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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 9

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Teen Dimes March List Co-Chairmen Nancy Greenwood and Jim Welch have been appointed cochairmen of the March of Dimes National Foundation's Tee n-Age Program (TAP). John E. Rolen, campaign director of the Calcasieu-Cameron Parish March of Dimes, said the first duty of TAP will be to work with leaders of youth organizations to alert them to the opportunities in the health field through the National Foundation's scholarship program. Each year the National Foundation offers five four-year college scholarships worth $500. The scholarship program is designed to train high school and college students in nursing medicine, medical social work, occupational therapy and physical therapy. Nancy and Jim recently attended the Louisiana Slate Teen-Age meeting in Baton Rouge with Rolen. Nancy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David M. Greenwood and a senior at Lake Charles high school. She is co-editor-in-chief of the school newspaper and a snare drummer in the Lake Charles Kil- ties. .Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald II. Welch and a senior at LaGrange senior high school. He is president of the Key Club and a member of the National Honor Society. Both are active in s c h o o 1 affairs. During the summer, Nancy attended the Leadership Conference and Pelican Girls' State, both at Baton Rouge. Jim has won a number of oratorical contests and last year was a member of the state championship debate team. Rolen said future plans for TAP include waging a public education program against birth defects and arthritis and helping adult volunteers with preparations for the January March of Dimes, j Rgj Chilld Wheat NANCY GREENWOOD . . .Dimes ro-rhairman After Mishap On Boulevard One minor injury was reported and a ticket for failure to yield was issued by Lake Charles city lolice as a result of an atitomo- )ile accident at Enterprise Boulevard and Alamo street yesterday. Ellis Thibodeaux, 47, of 2603 Eighth street, sustained minor njuries when the car he was riding in collided with one driven jy Robert S. Redding, 64, of 413 Prewitt street, according to po- ice reports. The reports indicated Redding was traveling east on Alamo and the car driven by Rufus Thibodeaux, 28, of 2603 Eighth street, was proceeding north on Boulevard. The Redding car allegedly stopped at the stop sign and then proceeded into the path of t h e oncoming Thibodeaux car. Redding w»s ticketed with failure to yield the right of way. Damage was estimated by police at $400 to the Thibodeaux car and at $200 to the Redding car. BOVS SAVED BY SUSPICION HILDAGO, III. <AP) - Phillip Jackson, 12, and hi* cousin, Keith Jackson, 6, can be thankful their teacher, Mrs. Flossie Schotts, suspected them of truancy. The lads were absent from school, and Mrs. Scholia telephoned to see if the boys were home. Phillip's father, pursuing Mrs. Schotts' query found the boys overcome by fumes leaking from a gas furnace and rescued them, with artificial respiration. Damages Sought In Wreck With Van Truck Here Damages totalling $24,255 have been asked in a suit filed in 14th Judicial district court Tuesday. Benefit Baseball Game Scheduled By KC Council Area Forests Hard Hit by Newest Fires BATON ROUGE 'APi — State | Forester James E. Mixon said to-! day a surge of forest fires at 46 spots burned 850 acres of forest lands between 8:30 p.m. and midnight Tuesday. "Our field foresters are expecting wildfire to erupt on all fronts at any moment," Mixon said. Mixon said Vernon and Beaure-, gard parishes had the worst of| the onslaught Tuesday night. j "Almost 50 per cent of the lo-j tal fires occurred and over over; 84 per cent of the total acreage • was burned in the two parishes," j he said. Vernon Parish had four fires that swept 520 acres. Beauregard Parish reported 17 fires, Mixon said, which burned 2tl acres. Running behind the two "hottest" areas, Mixon said, was Clai- WED., AUGUST 22, 1967, Uki Cforfo Amtrtont tm* A THURSDAY Carlos St. George filed the suit ' csl -w »'«™ «™. was wai- ,~:.,« r>««i.»i *?..•..„! T borne Parish with one fire that naming Central Mutual Insurance : company as defendant. According to the suit, St. George was driving north on Aster street March 3, and as he entered the intersection of Aster and Craft street his car was struck broadside by a van truck driven by Thomas K. McCrosky Jr. , , ,. t , ... .,,. ! McCrosky was driving a truck A benefit baseball game pH ing owned b Daig i e ' s Floor Cover- Ihe "young against the "o Id" J & members of the St. Hubert's consumed 82 acres of timberland. Local Pair Is Named to State Board BATON ROUGE (AP) - Gov. Jimmie H. Davis named 10 per- ing which was Insured by Central | sons to te .rms on lhe ? tete Radio . Mutual, according to the suit. JIM WELCH cn-chairninri Algeria Will Get Knights of Columbus Council 3622 s , will be held Friday at the Marion j hi f high school baseball diamond. his daughleri Mary Carolyn> and Chairman Weldon Roberts announced that the uniforms will be full length dresses. Members of the council held their annual social meeting with their wives as guests at the council hall Monday night. Milton Bourdier, Catholic activity chairman, announced that the quarterly communion for Knights himself. The suit stated McCrosky failed to yield the right of way at the intersection. Hickman Named To Committees BATON ROUGE (Spl.) - John A. Hickman, Lake Charles mem- will be held at the 6 a.m. mass j her of the Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors, has and Television Technicians Board, records of the Secretary of State showed today. Commissions were issued to the 10 Tuesday. They were: Frederick J. Fabre. Grelna; Nicholas J. Lapara, New Orleans; Jessie E. Pugh, Baton Rouge; Charles W. Osborne.New Orleans; VV. B. Clark 3rd, New Orleans; Charles K. Olivier, Lafayette; Arthur H. Loc, Shreveport; Stanley J. Brohn, Baton Rouge; Ed Nevils, Lake Charles, and Wayland Chatham, Lake Charles. FRIDAY-SATURDAY SMART 3-PC. LUGGAGE SET LIGHTWEIGHT AND SCUFF-BIS 1ST ANT j Sunday at St. ! church. Hubert's Catholic ASC Officers For Cameron Are Elected I CAMERON (Spl.) - Names of | community commiltccmen elected by Cameron parish farmers were announced today. Elected during the recent ASCS election in which 44 per cent of the eligible \olers cast ballots were: Grand Chenier-Lowery - Klondike 1 Percy David, chairman; Billy Doland, vice chairman; and Valian J. Theriot, member. ', Cameron-Johnson Bayou-Hackborry: Conway LeBleu, chairman; Sam Little, vice chairman; ; Frankie Henry, member. j Sweet Lake-Big Lake: Herman j Precht, chairman; George Great-1 house, vice chairman; Alvcrd Du- j hon, member. Creole: J. B. Mcaux, chairman; Lyne Richard, vice chairman; J. M. Theriot, member. Chairmen of the community committees will serve as delegates to the county ASCS convention to be held Friday morning in the Cameron ASCS office. TOKYO (AP)-Food-short Red i China says it will give Algeria 19.000 tons of wheat, 3,000 tons of rolled steel and 21 tons of medicine. The gift was announced Tuesday by Pciping radio. been named to four board committees. The bull-horn acacia tree in j Board Chairman Percy E, Rob- Mexico sustains armies of fierce• erts of Baton Rouge appointed ants that protect its foliage. The j slender biting ants feed on a ncc-' tarlikc secretion. They fight off leaf-eating insects and browsing cattle. Hickman to the Faculty and Studies committee, Oil and Gas committee, LSU in New Orleans committee and C o m m i 11 ee on Naming University Facilities. KC Council Sets Exemplification St. Henry's Knights of Columbus council will sponsor first degree exemplification tonight at 8 p.m. in the church hall. Other area councils have been invited to participate. federal tax included Light, sturdy plywood frame; scuff-resistant vinyl cover, bumper binding. Blue, gray. 26" pullman case with inner pocket, 21" weekender, 14" train case with tray, mirror. PLUS MATCHING HATBAG FREE WESTINGHOUSE CLOCK RADIO Wake up io music with this 5 lube deluxe model. Beautiful full lone. Ceramic clad circuilry seals out dirt, moislure. While, wilh large clock. I J. J. Newberry's-Downtown Tors Booster Club Compiling Grid Programs SULPHUR (Spl.) - Football programs to be sold at all Sulphur high school home games are being compiled by the Golden Tornado Booster club. Plans for preparing the program were made at a Booster club meeting Tuesday night at the school. Kerry Martin is chairman of the project; Mrs. Marshall Marline and Mrs. Lola Hastings are in charge of preparing the layout; Kenneth Bredehoefl and Billy Smith are directing the sale of ads. AH Booster members will sell ads. Approximately 12,500 programs will be printed for the home games. j Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lyons were j named membership chairmen to be assisted by Mrs. C. T. Campbell. Next Booster club meeting will be Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Sulphur high school gymnasium. KC Head Blasts Public Attitude On Abortion Case BOSTON (AP)—The head of the Roman Catholic Knights of Columbus has criticized the general public for its attitude on the Shed Finkbine abortion case. Supreme Knight Luke Hart said, "I think it is a shocking thing that anyone should contemplate taking the life of an unborn child. And it's shocking that the public conscience hasn't been aroused." Mrs. Finkbine underwent an abortion in Sweden lust week in fear that her child would be born _ with a physical defect caused by j her having taken the drug thalidomide. She previously was refused an abortion in her h o m e stale of Arizona. 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