Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 22, 1962 · Page 72
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 72

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, August 22, 1962
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A tHURS., AUGUST 23,1962, lake Chorlcs American Press Teen Dimes March u Named to i . . /" S*L- • State Board List Co-Chairmen Officers Named By Writer's Club Nsncv Greenwood and Jim I alert them to the opportunities in co- the health field through the Na- BATON ROUGE <AP> - Gov. Jimmie H. Davis named 10 persons (n terms on the Welch have IA^VM fijjpuiiii*." *-« i "•»• •• — —- ——."-" ~ t f chairmen of the March of Dimes | tional Foundation's scholarship records «• program. snow en \%onnrsi«.>. '.he Secretary of Stale National foundation's Tee n-Age Program 'TAP 1 . 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 Sulphur Meet Will Kick^Off Scout Drive ed the Louisiana State 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 SULPHUR 'SpU — The annual school. She is co-editor-in-chief of Fall Roundup program for the 1 the school newspaper and a snare drummer in the Lake Charles Kil- ties. Jim is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Welch and a senior at Each vear the National Founda- Commissions were issued to the lion offers five four-year college 10 Tuesday. They were: scholarships worth $500. The, Frederick J. Fahre. Grelna: scholarship program is designed Nicholas .1. Lapara. New Orleans; to train high school and college! Jessie F. Puijh. Raton Rouge: s t u d e n t s in nursing medicine.' Charles W. Oshornc.Ncw Orleans; medical social work, occupational W. R Clark 3rd. New Orleans; therapy and physical therapy. Charles K Olivier. Lafayette; Ar- ; u was decided that meetings Nancv and Jim recentlv at'tend- <*>'> » ^- Shrrv CJ x,rt: Stanley would be held every two weeks ' - - J. Brohn. Baton Rouge: Kd Ne- on Tuesday night, 7:30 p.m., at vils. Lake Charles, nnd Wayland the library. Dr. William M. Smith was elected president of the newly reor- Lake Charles Writers a meeting at the Lake Charles Public library Tuesday •nipht. Other officers are: vice presi- ident, Mrs. Ray Cutler: secre- jtary. Nancy E. Thompson: and • treasurer. Mrs. Rupert A. Steph- chairman is \Vest Calcasieu District Boy Smuts of America will be "kicked-off" at a meeting September fi in Sulphur city hall. Dans for the roundup program and the annual district banquet were discussed at the monthly district ounmiHce meeting held Tuesday nicht following a Court o! Honor! .' Farl Koonce. district chairman, presided. The annual district meeting and ! hoiinuct was tentatively scheduled for the VY. W. Lewis Junior high! school cafeteria on the fi r s t or ! second Thursday in November. G. C. Gibson is chairman of arrangements and serving with him are Franklin Foot and Derrell K«once. The committee also made plans In a 11 e n d the Calcasieu Area Council executive board meeting Aiiaust 30 in DeQulncy. The Fall Roundup is designed to increase participation in Scouting program. Chatham. Lake Charles. ASC Officers For Cameron Are Elected ' A program on "Feature Writ- i ing" was presented by Mrs. Ed ! Roach who traced the idea, writ; ing, and publication of one of i her feature stories in a newspaper magazine section. i The next session of the group ! on September 4. will hear a clis- i cussion on "Fiction Writing" led Army Corps, Fort Chaffee, Ark.; Col. H. M. Mafkfey, comttwnder f the Louisiana Sector of the 9th Corps; Lt Col. Rfchfird C. Pease, coffflnafrdef ol Cnemrault AFB; Lt. Col. James L. Bryan, McNeese State College ROTC commander; atrd Lt. Cmdr. Joseph C. Defence, U. S. Naval Re serve Training Center. Tors Booster Club Compiling Grid Programs SULPHUR <Spl.) CHARLES MARTIN . . program chairman CAMERON .SpU - Names of . P ro f am chairni ? n Marti "' au ; thor of a novel and a numher o[ Four in Sulphur Get Eagle Awards SULPHUR (Spl.i—Four Scouti|rell Koonce, district commission- from the West Calcasieu district \ er were elevated to the rank of Ea-' Scouts advancing to the rank of Rle at a district Court of Honor Star were Terry Batchelor, Post Tuesday night in the Sulphur city *™^'!wJl''*!* McDanicl. Troop 33; Jack D o I Tommy Carl Benoit and .LaBorde, Troop SO. Harold Mar* and Receiving the Eagle awards Ronnie Ourso, son of Mr. - Football 1 and Mrs. W. A i t. .*u ,» .11 c.,i i Henrich. son of programs to be sold at all Sul-: G _ j Hcnrlch . , Iohn Grubb( 8on Star r phur high school home games arej of Mr anc | Mrs L jj orubb; and by Carter being compiled by the Golden Tor- Billy Raxsdale, son of Mr. and Scouter. nado Booster club. Mrs. V. R. Raxsdale. Advancing to the rank of Life Plans for preparing the pro-, Ourso is a member of Post 33, Scout * crc , Dan ^ Wh ? chetl a " d gram were made at a Booster i sponsored by lhe Su j phur Rotary-[J ean Manning Troop 33; Jody club meeting Tuesday night at L[ ub wilh Frank Fellows Jr. as Bo ^. Troop 37; and Eston Sin* presentations were made Simpson, a veteran the school. Kerry Martin is chairman of the project; Mrs. Marshall Marline and Mrs. Lola Hastings are in charge of preparing the layout; Kenneth Bredehoeft and Billy Smith are directing the unit leader. Scouts Henrich, Grubb and Raxsdale are bcrs of Troop 81 of 84. Presentations mem ..were made by G. J. Henrich, Maplewood i counc " executive board member. sponsored by the Westminster | The Myron J. LaFargue Trophy LaGrange senior high school. He C0m munitv committeemen elect-, . is president of the Key Club and ed by Cameron parish farmers short 8toriM a member of the National Honor Society. Both are active in school affairs. During the summer. Nancy attended the Leadership Conference and Pelic-an Girls' State, both at Baton Rouge. Jim has won a number of oratorical contests and last year was a member o! the state championship debate i 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. Persons interested in Reservists To Be Welcomed Home Plans for a "Welcome Home" ( Reserve units called to active j ceremony for Southwest Louisiana j duly last Fall during the Berlin Army Reservists who have the Damages Sought In Wreck With Van Truck Here Damages totalling $24,255 have Area Forests Hard Hit by Newest Fires BATON ROUGE <AP> - State Forester James E. Mixon said Wednesday a surge of forest fires at 46 spots burned 850 p.m. and midnight Tuesday. "Our field foresters are expect- were announced Wednesday. Elected during the recent ASCS election in which 44 per cent of: the cliciblc 'fters cast ballots were: Grand Chcnier-lxmcry - Klondike Percy David, chairman: Billy Doland. vice chairman; and Valuin J. Thcriot. member. Cameron-Johnson Bayou-Hackberry: Conway LeBleu, chairman: Sam Little, vice chairman: ; Frankie Henry, member. Sweet Lake-Big Lake: Herman j finished a one-year tour of active 1 Precht, chairman: George Great-'duly were announced Wednesday. ; house, vice chairman; Alvercl Du- j -r| ie even t w ill begin at 2 p.m. ; hon. member. ; Sunday at the Carl Shctler Army Creole: J. B. Mcaux. c h a i r-1 Reserve Training Center, 2300 man: Lyne Richard, vice chair-'Tenth streel. The Reservists, their families, local, slate and national officials and military leaders are expected to attend. Refreshments will be served. A. V. Murphy is chairman of the program which is being spon- are invited lo attend the meeting Dr. Smith said. Dues will be $2 a year. Fourteen persons attended Tucs- w riling day night's meeting. Presbyterian church wilh D. A.'for advancements and parental Carter Sr. as scoutmaster. support went to Troop 81. sale of ads. ! Opening and closing cere- All Booster members will sell,. Efl 8 le ™ tls were , P rcsctllcd . monies- were conducted by Troop ads. Approximately 12.500 pro-! bv J , eron Lafarque. who was an| 3a Approximately 150 parents grams will be printed for thelj^ Scout while a member of gnd Scouts attcndcd ; Mr. and Mrs. Amos Lyons were j The Bronze Palm was presented j rvrtN'T SCRATCH IT ! 'named membership chairmen to 1 ,to Wayne Vice of Troop 33, spon-; Sero ,^g Iprwds inf«ti«n «« |be assisted by Mrs. C. T. Camp-i so red by the Sulphur Optimist! MORE _ po m.. Apply quick-drying ITCH- j bell. club and the Silver Palm was ! Next Booster club meeting will, awarded Victor Wimberly Jr., a 'be Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the j member of Post 3.1. The palm Sulphur high school gymnasium.! presentations were made by Der- ME-NOT instead. Itching qulefi dawn in minuets and antiteptie actlen httpi speed healing. Pine (or eetema, Insect bitei, foot Itch, other iurfac* raihit. If not pleated, your 4Jc beck at any stare. TODAY ot Walgreen Drufl man: J. M. Thcriot, member. Chairmen of the community committees will serve as dele- gales to lhe county ASCS convention to be held Friday morning in the Cameron ASCS office. Vic if V IblT ,Wife sored by the military affairs committee of the Association of Com- I merce. ! Certificates of apprec i a t i o n STOCKHOLM 'API — Prime; signed by Governor Jimmie H. Minister David Ben-Gorion of Is- j Davis and Mayor Alfred E. Rob- been asked in a suit filed'in 14th i '"8 wildfire to erupt on all fronts rael and Mrs. Ben-Gurion arrived! erts will be awarded lo each re- Judicial district court Tuesday. I a ^ anv moment." Mixon said. here Tuesday night on a visit to ' scrvist. In addition, one reservist Carlos Si George filed the suit! Mixon said Vernon and Beaure- Scandinavia. I will be chosen lo receive an ex- naming Central Mutual Insurance; gard parishes had the worst of They were met at the airport j pense-paid weekend at _the Cha- jlhe onslaughl Tuesday night. company as defendant. iiitrv \vLit iiiti m uit; can \J\JL i • jjcuac paiu ,»*,v,i^iiv. *... ...~ by Prime Minister Tnge Erlnndcr! lean Charles Motel and Rcslau- and his wife Aina. who earlier this ! According lo lhe suit, St. \ "Almost 50 per ccnl of lhe to- . George was driving norlh on As- j tal fires occurred and over over !vcar Vlsllccl Israel. '84 per cent of the total acreage three Southwest Louisiana Crisis are the 935th Quartermaster Detachment which went to the Atlanla, Ga., General Depot and the 372nd Finance Disbursing Section and the 451st Quartermaster company, both of which went to Fort Polk. A total of 120 Reservists were members of the three units. Among those expected to attend are Sen. Russell B. Long, Rep. T. A. Thompson, Stale Rep. Jesse M. Knowles and James , Brown. Slate Son. A. C. demons, Public Service Commissioner Ern- esl Clements. Mayor Roberts, L. M. George president of t h e A of C; Tom Watson, president of the Calcasieu parish police jury; ' Joseph E. Picrrottie, commander of lhe W. B. Williamson Ameri: can Legion Post, and Gerald 0. Wright, commander of VFW Post 243fi. Military officers expected to at tend are" Major Gen. William C. Bullock, commander of the 19lh ter street March 3. and as he entered the intersection and Craft slreet his struck broadside by a van truck by of Aster was burned in the two parishes," car was!he said. Vernon Parish had four fires driven by Thomas K. McCrosky j that swept 520 acres. Jr. I Bcauregard Parish reported 17 McCrosky was driving a truck fires, Mixon said, which burned owned by'Daigle's Floor Cover-;211 acres. ing which was insured by Central: Running behind the two "hot- Mutual, according to the suit. j test" areas, Mixon said, was Clai- St. George asks damages for | borne Parish wilh one fire that his car and iniuries to his wife.; consumed 82 acres of timberland. his daughter, Mary Carolyn, and himself. The suit stated McCrosky failed to yield lhe right of \\av at the inlersection. Flags Available At Sulphur Office Beaumont Man Draws DWI Fine In Sulphur Court SHOP THURSDAY 'TIL 8 P.M. SULPHUR fSpU - Thomas Daigle, 20, a Beaumont, Texas, oil field worker pleaded guilty SULPHUR (Spl.l - U. S. Flag i Wednesday in Sulphur city court kits are available, at cost price, in lhe Lake Charles American Press office in Sulphur. The American Press office is lo'•cited in Room 204 of the Foreman building in downtown Sulphur. Cost of the kils is $3 each. The office is open 8:30 a.m. lojspeeding 2 p.m. each weekday. peace. to a charge of drunken driving and was fined $135. An Oklahoma student forfeited a ?26 cash bond for non-appearance on a charge of running two red lights. Other cases involved charges of and dislurbing the Englishmen . 9 • • L? M ost of them. And it's been that way for years. To be blunt about it, Cordon's h England's biggest selling gin--as it is America's ant* the world's. Why? Probably because we have always refused to tamper with a good thing, Gordon's still harks back to Alexander Gordon's original formula—conceived in London 195 years ago-so its distinctive dryness and flavour remain unchanged and unchallenged to this day. Ask for Gordon's by name at your favourite tavern and package store. & & * GORDONS DISTTUED LONDON PRY Cm j oisnufo (wm o*r c* >oo* uuuu wins WSIHUJMOM CBJUN 90PKOOF. coiook $ on civ co. uo. uwu. u.} nowci or u s i. 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