Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 24, 1962 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 2

Lake Charles, Louisiana
Issue Date:
Friday, August 24, 1962
Page 2
Start Free Trial

2 f ** PAY ' A UG. 2*. 1962. loke Charts-, American Press. Foreign Workers Flow Into Germany ft* GEOFFREY ATKtNS FRANKFl'RT. Germany <AP'- A Greek fisherman, a T u r k i s h carpenter, a Spanish farm laborer and an lialian bricklayer raised glasses of cold German beer. "Let's drink a toast," said the Italian. "Lot's hope there will be work here in Germany for a long lime." It was 6 p.m. in a Frankfurt bar. It could have been in any of a dozen cities in West Germany as thousands of foreign workers poured out of factories, mills and building sites. They are West Germany's pastar bfiter (guest workers*, imported to make up shortages of labor in this booming land. There are over 650.000 foreign workers in West Germany. Most come from poor, workless towns and villages in southern Europe and the Balkans. For them the streets of West Germany, with its prosperity and high wages, are paved with gold. 'We have money in our pockets and get on well with the girls," 'said Georgios Lattis, 24, who , comes from 8 Greek village near Salonika. He sends money home to his family, and is saving to buy a motor scooter. For some of the older workers, the picture is not so rosy. They still have docp roots in their own countries. Homesickness is common. They are also less able to adapt themselves to Germany's northern climate. Thoughts of their sun- drenched homelands make their longing to return even stronger. '• Even so, most are prepared to stick it out for a year, until they have saved up a small capital, or the economic situation in their i own countries has improved. The German government has : agreements with Italy, Spain, Greece and Turkey for quotas of , labor to meet the specific re- ; quirements of individual companies. The workers are guaranteed a minimum term of employment. Runs Over Younger Brother With Tractor HUNTINGDON. Pa. <AP'-Stale police reported Thursday a teenager fatally injured his younger: brother by running over him with a farm tractor after an argument between the two. Held in custody pending completion of an investigation was John Robert Minemier, 17. Police said Minemier and his brother Charles, 13, got into an argument Wednesday behind the barn of the family farm. The older; boy ran the tractor over his broth- i er. The youngster was taken to aj hospital, where he died. j After heavy bleeding has stopped, keep the victim quiet and i elevate the wounded portion. Oil Allowable In September Is Increased BATON ROUGE <AP> - Conservation Commissioner James Gill set the, Louisiana oil production allowabl eThursday for September and October at 1,205,014 barrels. This was an increase of 74,217 barrels over the July-August level of 1,130,797 barrels. The new allowables by districts: Houma 390,788. Lafayette 225.535, Lake Charles 67,305. New Orleans 389,733. Monroe 63,830, Shreveport 67,823! Total allowable for offshore wells, included in district figures, was increased from 319,064 barrels to 345,650 barrels. Telstar Employed For News Report Going Overseas I NEW YORK (AP)-About one j tenth of the news content of the • European edition of the New York Times for today was sent from j New York to Paris Wednesday ' via Telstar. The stories, totaling about 5,000 words, were sent at a rate of 1,000 words a minute, or 16H times as : fast as the other material for the j edition sent by conventional cable! i or radio. 10 PSYCHIATRISTS ON HARVARD STAFf CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Harvard Univer. sity has 10 phychiatrists on its staff. Why? "It is not because we have a sick population, but because of the sensible attitude of the administration here." says Dr. Preston Hunter, assistant director of the University Health Service. "They feel that young adults are at a particularly turbulent time of life and that a psychiatrist can help them and also facilitate learning." Senate Approves Constitution Day WASHINGTON (AP) - The Senate adopted by voice vote Thursday a resolution which would make Sept. 17 each year a legal holiday to be known as Con-1 stitution Day. i Next Sept. 17 will be the 175th j anniversary of the signing of the Constitution. The resolution now goes to the House. STEFAN STUDIOS Special On PORTRAITS 1 txT* PLUS f NOW $4.9$ 1365 Ryan, of Print Lak* Hi. JUST SAY "CHARGE-IT" AT MULUR'S SATURDAY HOURS 1 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. basic requirements for school 1 ... found in fine stores coast to coast... exclusive at Muller's in Louisiana .. . handsome... warm sweaters On» Hour Fr«« Porkinq With Minimum Purchon ol i.oo 7.98 EXCLUSIVE BOYS KENTFIEID Bo-, s . . c':\ c ;:'ere"t cgea 'DO..S . . . lo.e tne;e ;v,£ate r s b ; : Kc-t? e'ci . . ere.-, r-.ack s-'-ecte- b/ Kentfied. Hera v,cshcb:e i.'i b't.e heather, c'ee Right: Corcoan \s:tn iV! front r.rper fasn:ored n 'CO 1 '.} \irg.n c:-'.' z frcri, honorr: era cu' : s. Red, b'u°' end charcoc'. S;zes 6 to 20. BOY'S WORLD • STREET FLOOR . left: Irrprted 2-p!v Shet'c^c v.ool heather cr.d grey. S res 6 to 20. v. :h cor.trosf ; ng 3-co'or trim en the .. - — HIP «i> - ^x r -°"-;~"~ '• • - ";• •^'•""i'""' •--•-••••••- •—•• - • •-'•;•-, YtlfsFTS? v '''^ U X*- : vn\-. : ,'.' : : :-',-r • ••'-• '• ".r.:. :: :•-••" • ^^ w J?*^T''''-^^.^r?^^-^^r«/-^^T---^^--v-^x i «-»??-v,^»,, -.-.v..:.-.-<-;- s . w ,* : *vs» i - ^--.^^s^^s,™,.., } ;^ r :.f -' -^r" 1 : -•' - ^^• : '^^^^^\^:^f^ ' ^•**-**^-" : ^li'^iK^^w^^^ i ' t^ar^->,—.*.v ::: — ^^^^^j^-- : ^,^--^^^^^ -«^>*^ssu; -->•• **"*"•'*"•....'• ''*•.. '"i *«^«*»* ti ,'" *^ % ••'*^r^^-T^5!y^Krf». .-•/ ; -../.'** """- i *..- -*:*, «lgM& 4 *!|| • ,;,«sr..s«a^- /" '».. •;„? « ,--• ^^. ».,.^i>:^i§iw: -;.^' _ *N,; : .-'^^.*».i .;.-.<• J, •--.-' '. { } ,' >• .'-;':.vsv -....• •:*>' ^t&a. X V, •»—^V*,!.«-.-5 ^t »»»i«....... / \ ^ , ' ) V'—.* v D budget school shoes by Jolly Stride 4.99 Happy feet go back to school In "Jolly Stride" . . . Terrific value style-wise, comfort-wise, durabillty-wlsel Let Muller's experts fit your child with school shoes. Choose f ,-om a large assortment of styles In sizes SVa to 12; 12Va to 3. A. Algonquin—black oxford; B. Tuffy—black or brown oxford; C. Black and white saddle oxford; D. Gore- Black slip-ons; E. Caress—Black velvet strap; F. Judy- Black leather tie. CHILDREN'S SHOES • STREET FLOOR %.j^M^M V-rffi \ -•*•! \ D gWs sweater and socks set 3.98 Orion acrylic fine gauge short sleeve sllpon with dyed to match orlon acrylic stretch anklet sock*. Red, camel and white. Sizes 7.14. Stretch sox fit all slzesl D reversible weskit set 7.98 50'c Orion acrylu- oO'o rayon plaid woskit and matching box pleated skirt by Judy Kent. Weskit reverse* to solid corduroy. Sixes 7 to 14. subteen skirt and sweater 5.98 SWEATER 7.98 SKIRT ,^ J&UHH^L^^JMi^ "Shetland-Look" Orion acrylic, cardigan features link stitch shoulder detail. Red, grey and camel in sub-teen *;zes 1008. The perfect-paruier stitched down box-pleated skirt in b!ack, grey, lodcn or camel, subteen sizes 6-14. GIRLS WORLD » THIRD FLOOR I

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,600+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free