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U.S. Mediator Called to Help In Oil Strike NORCO, La. (AP) — A Shell Oil Co. spokesman says a federal mediator will meet with union and company representatives at the strike-bound refinery here next Wednesday in an effort toward working out a settlement in-the week-long dispute. He said the federal mediator will also meet next Friday with management-union personnel at the nearby Shell chemical plant. The Independent Oil and Chemical Workers Union struck the refinery and chemical plants last Saturday night after working without a contract since last winter. About 1,000 workers are involved. The union filed suit in state district court at nearby Hahnville Thursday asking an injunction against the company to prevent alleged acts of violence. In a statement, the union said: "Shell Oil Co. staff people or company-inspired persons deliberately tried to incite violence" at the plants. It said the latest of these acts occurred Wednesday when an asphalt truck struck one of the LEGAL NOTICES Preference rs herefty given fa material*, supplies and provisions produced, memu- rocfurtd or grown in Louisiana, quality being equal fa articles offered by competitors outsto 1 * of the Sfof*. Offlcta! action thereon win N toKen at the Regulor meeting of the Police Jory on Tuesday, September <, Wi. . Tht Pollcs Jury reserves the right te re- |ect any or all bids and waive technicalities. TOM WATSON, president. RODNEY M. VINCENT, . . Parish Engineer. Aue. 11-17-24 —3f , ~ABANDONMENT The Police Jury of Coicosleu Parish, Louisiana, have been requested to abandon the portion of First Street situated fosfat. Elm Street In th« Gulf Breeze Subdivision in .Section «, Township 10 South, Range 10 West, Word 4, Calcasftu Parish, Louisiana. Any person or persons desiring to reg- e i ?. P, rof « st against this proposed rood abandonment should do so In writ- n ? w «. wrm * n P rotest should be to th* office of the Colcasleu « l J e * Jury ln ">• Courthouse, ui Charles, Louisiana, on or before 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1942. TOM WATSON, RODNEY M. VINCENT?'' Aug. 13-17-24. P " rISh if Calcasleu, virtu* of, ond pursuant to on Order i.r Honorable Ellen Bryan Moore, Reg- U te £ ° f »h* State Land 6fflce, dated the " —y of July, 1«2, ond In conformity '!£!"? 2f8 ?',JJ fle 47 ' Louisiana Rei" i?.' 0 ^ 65 ?' l950 ' « amended. ',tf'' 0 ."r'.°. r .»ol« and sell at public auction at the door of the Court H^>>VpW citeartw rtTc*i Charles, Louisiana, en Wednesday, September 11, int, between the hours of 11 o'clock a.m. ond 1 o'clock p.m. to the last ond highest bidder, the following described property, towit: Lots 7-8-9, Bile. 2 Smith Add. Adfudi- coted to the State In the name of Benla- mln F. Hudson for th* unpaid taxes of Minerals reserved to the State In accordance with Section 2 of Article IV of the Constitution of 1921. The State does not warrant title. Terms of Sole—Cash. For not less than Three hundred ($300.00) dollars. HENRY A. REID, JR. Sheriff. Baton Rouge, La., July 23, 1962 Approved: -- | ELLEN BRYAN MOORE, pickets at the refinery's main Aua . 3.10-^4-3^ se°ptJ! 0 ' 9 Lond Ol " c 4i DENNIS THE MENACE * 1 WISH YOU'O OUITIOOMN'WR SHARKS, Jogy| ' TEMPLE FALLS—This was the end for Temple moving would bring collapse, the move was aban- Ahavaih Achun in Portland. Ore., whose domed doned £ nd a si ?? 1 " ble and lrac ^ brought it down. Congregation has not yet made plans for roof began caving in while movers were shifting new synagogue, awaiting insurance settlement on it to a new location. When it appeared further the old. (AP Wirephoto). Kohn, Sheriff Stalemated in Gaming Probe Girl Tcrfcing Firsf Sfeps Second Time MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — At 19, "You just have to stop feeling sor- Diane Mills is taking her first jry for yourself when something stone fnr tVin connnH fimn in lior !liL-fl tflaf Vinnn/snc " Probe of Estes Deals Blocked, Senators Told TERMINAL DISTRICT, By P. H. CHAFFIN, President. Aug. 11-17-24-31 Sept. 7-14-21-24 8-t . e _ now on new between Metropolitan Crime : Md with optimisin . steps for the second time in her'like that happens." j MITT ! life-now on new artificial legs,! "I guess it's a case of thinking j By G> MILTON KELLY "Why, if I don't miss any of i J ust because nothing bad has hap- y exercises or give any excuses; pened to you," she added. "Why, \E\V Commission director Aaron Kohn! of New Orleans and Mississippi' Sheriff Curtis Dedeaux today de-; - ,,-,,», i velopcd into a game of who's-1.- 1 ,™ already used all there are i E ch<Mo °o to see whom-first?" im the book—I should be out of the | , '., b ' , , , ln , ' ., 'hospital the first of the month," car accidents." As things looked today, the , J th b hassle was stalemated. Dedeaux, whose Harrison County area has been accused of having gambling spots linked to the there's nothing bad in the world I pe ned to you." she added. "Why, i since 1<ve been ' m the hospital two WASHINGTON (AP)-An ousted farm aid official has told Senate investigators that Undersecretary of Agriculture Charles S. Murphy rolled back-a department crack- Mrs. Mills was tearful most of down on Billie Sol Estes. - -. , ! the time in the first months after hospitals !the tragedy j But the former official, Emery night sue ; Then a stranger c a m e to the i E - Jacobs - also told the Sen- ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Colcasleu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962, In the Police Jury Room, Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for one (1) new rubber tired tractor as per plans and speclfl- flcallons, for Road District No. 4. Preference Is hereby given to materials, supplies and provisions produced, manufactured or grown In Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the State. AH bids must be submitted on Parish bid forms. All bids must be plainly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on one (1) new rubber tired tractor as per plans and specifications for Road District No. 4." Official action thereon will be taken at the Regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, September 4, 1962. The Police Jury reserves the right to reject any and all bids and waive tech nlcalitles. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, Aub. 11-17-24. POrlSh En °' neer - New Orleans area underworld, says he wants to see Kohn's evidence. iiiL uy cuiuuiiri Dedeaux wants Kohn to bring between them. f car to visit P car - wag a doub]e gm _ ate Investigations subcommittee P utee - and he had dr °PP ed b >' to Thur , sda y that an a d ministrative - show how well he got around on ! breakdown within the department the material to him. ; -Hie minute it happened I knew i Kohn, on the other hand, says j was goin g to ] ose my legs> » Di . he wants Dedeaux to come to New ane said ,. But now j guess it was Orleans to look at his files in his better that way. I was conscious | show how \vell he got around on '•• . artificial legs. m Texa s w-as the main reason i "He did us a lot of good on sev- Estes was ab!e to J u Sgle farm aid 'eral visits in proving that things, I Programs in his get-rich-quick ;_ (•.._„ ii ,. i , ., ; sfhrimfj it from a can, uiane was ' ,.,•• . < < hit by another machine, crushed, arU ' Cia ,., legs ' , , f , • - He did us a lot of good on sev- JVlllg UlcU Ullllga, * , ,'t hopeless." re- ;schcme - gambling charges in his bailiwick without first giving his office proof. It all started Tuesday night ^ d v, hen Kohn told a Biloxi church \ S p a i r . Shortly after one of the visits, family was contacted by po- , putee and had found in his pockets ._- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eu-' clippings about Diane's case. Po- gene Mills of suburban Edina, and i lice wondered about the connec- her brothers, Dwight, 25, and Har- j tion because the amputee had a 17, at first joined in her de-1 record as a confidence man. 'But he was one of the nicest .. . , ; :s>jj«m. cut, ne was one 01 me nicest group there were ties between, But then Diane had a visitor at of many nice le who he] d Gulf Coast night spots with New | the hospital, a 12-year-old boy us and he did a lot of good, con Orleans area rackets boss Carlos stricken with muscular dystrophy man or not," said Diane's father. MnrppI ri ~ 3 _i _ i_ _ _TI _ t ,• , *w\-r^ .. .. _ __._ ... Bitter- .Mnrccilo. . ;and also a hospital patient. He! Recriminations? Hate? Dedeaux called the allegation patted her hand and shyly saidt | ness? •ncarulous." Kohn said he'd be » C hcer up Diane, life isn't so! Not in the current lexicon of Diane and her family. For as . c to show Dedeaux, and Mis- bad. : ,-s;ppi Gov. Ross ikit matter proof. . . Barnett for -Here was this little boy, so ter- Mills puts it: "How can you be- sick himself, and still tell-Jlieve in God with hate in your llLJ iy ai^n, Jimiatru, euiu Mm tell- lieve ir rhe two had a telephone talk ing ME to cheer up," Diane said.'heart?" Thursday. Who initiated the call was not clear. Kohn later charged that Dedeaux declined to come to New Orleans to look at his records. Kohn said the sheriff wanted him to come to Harrison County. "We don't bring our files anywhere," Kohn said he told the et Plea Sent To School Boards .sheriff. "1 told him if they wanted ! BATON ROUGE (AP) - Lou-jly to the budget committee for ap- to tome up here, we'd show them jsiana's G7 local school boards nrnvoi Q n,i ,Uet,.;tM.f; nn ~r *u« 67 local school boards proval anc j distribution of the tn ir\\n ir\ ciiKmif fViftii* ! _ the material they wanted." have been told to submit "their:j^V", """ U131 ' 1UU11U " ^ uie However, Dedeaux said he did balanced budgets to the state : fund s to each system as appropn- not ask for the files. He said he'promptly or possibly face being ated b y the legislature. asked for a transcript of any ma-; without "funds next month. ! "This committee wishes to re- U-rial they might have concerning; The warni came Thursday j mind the various parish school li-.rnson County-not for original from chairman wiuiam Cleveland l ' oards that lhe law prohibits it 1; l',r . . . , . ,„ . . after he adjourned the Legislative i l [ omr approving deficit budgets, I am going to give him (Kohn) ; Budl Commitlce sessiobns until ! therefore all budgets submitted every opportunity to come here a f. o r i^Kf,,. D'iv rn ' Kt ho in ha1an "° " and bring his material with him," ' The red-haired Jacobs was fired last April after his name was linked with the Pecos, Tex., promoter in Texas courts of inquiry. The subcommittee chairman, Sen. John L. McClelJan, D-Ark., said he planned to question Jacobs extensively about testimony of Thomas H. Miller, a high ranking agriculture official, that Jacobs ordered him to write a report last January advocating that the Estes cotton acreage allotments be allowed to stand. The Senate inquiry into whether political influence figured in the Estes deals is heading toward its final phases, with Murphy, Secretary of Agriculture Orville L. Freeman and Estes among the final scheduled witnesses. Jacobs testified Thursday that Murphy made the decision at a Jan. 6 meeting of top ranking Agriculture Department officials to rescind orders issued two weeks earlier canceling Estes 1 profitable juggling of federal cotton planting allotments. > NOTICE AGAINST CLAIMS ,_, i . , ,, ! Public notice Is hereby given that the The Company denied all charges: contract for Electrical Power Wiring and nf vinlonpo i Lighting for Petroleum Coke Facilities, Ot Violence. C 8.C Electrical Contractors of Lake Charles, Inc., Contractors has been com- In Houston TPV whoro <nm» P |eted and said contract accepted by the in nuuMun, lex., wnere some Board of Commissioners of the Lake 2,3oO members Of the Oil, Chemi- Charles Harbor and Terminal District, ml X Afnrv,;,. w i T i Anv P erson or persons having claims Cat & Atomic Workers Intema- for material or labor on this contract Is tional Union tstrnr-L- tVm Shall -m hereby notified to file claims will- "-- uonai union StniCh. me bnell re- clerk of Court of Calcasieu Parish finery and chemical plant last befora September 24, W2. weekend, management jSwnnd ~^ •^ ARL - E ^ A - R - B °« began partial operations Thursday. A company spokesman said the firm could not meet the union demands, therefore "we have no choice but to take any and all steps which may be appropriate and necessary to preserve our right to manage our business and to minimize the impact of the strike on operations." Union members also struck a Shell refinery and chemical plant in Wood River, 111., last weekend. Civic Clubs Set Cleanup For Highway DERIDDER (Spl.) - Operation Cleanup for that portion of Highway 171 between DeR i d d e r and Leesville by Fort Polk personnel and the civic clubs of both cities, is slated for September 8. Lt. Col. Lollis, head chaplain at Fort Polk, has been speaking to the civic clubs of DeRidder this week, outlining the project. He told the Lions, at their luncheon Wednesday, that the plan is for all volunteer workers, representing the civic clubs of both Leesville and DeRidder, to meet army trucks and men at the gates of Fort Polk at 12:30 p.m. The various groups will be assigned certain sections of t h e highway and all trash and litter is to be picked up from the highway right of way. DeRidder clubs will be given the responsibility of cleaning that part from DeRidder to Pickering. It is the plan, Lt. Col. Lollis said, to keep it clean after that and make it "one of the cleanest highways in the nation." All workers are to return to the Fort Polk gates at 4:30 for a picnic on the old trailer park site R. M. Trout, Lions' president, presided over the luncheon session. Positions Open For Young Men In AF Program .- - ... -«. M ..v^. Immediate openings are avail- Some of Louisiana's local school f 1 We now for qualified young men __j . .. i. _ » i i .1 • iin Ina Ai»* IiV\M/-«»i «.nn. .1 —L _._ t * .. i ami ormg ms rnatena witn him commiUee corr mj e ted action ' Some of Louisiana's local school ?We now for qualified young men the fhenff added "I want to "™ u ™ ™ "w P'^d aclron; ms ; ln the A]r Force Jaf ^.^ prove hat he is deliberately tell- °" « « p^Vm I "xcertS S' faU te ™ s ' Mo ^ wi " °P e « schools ^ m , ent P^am, according to Sgt. 11)12 a bunch Of llCS. '.. r '.«? l Jlu fe"""=; cAi-eyi uiai ui . , ... „, .„ . t . . . _ : ElrOV Stafford, lnf.nl AP r- Qf .,.n!l- a bunch of lies." Kohn said the sheriff was i!l ing'' and had called him of names." .spending programs except that ot i:"" "-*«•"»• »™=*- »»' «i«n ov-uuma F| • ". • : ,""^ w "^ ,. in . Uie University of Southwestern i m the flrst wcek of September. , ™oy Stafford, local AF recruit lim "all Louisiana- ' ' Earlj e'' in the day, Rep. Jerry; sorts of names" Sen. Cleveland of Crowley said | Ashle y of Acadia Parish told new H "'fihly qualified men between To Kohn's charge, Dedeaux • USL "still didn't have their final | m ^ n h* legislative committee on ; the ages of 17 and 28 who qualify said: "1 was point blank with figures. But they thought they had j sch ° o1 financ f.s. if asked, would mentally and physically will be i,,,n" icnouch money to operate without ! re . vl< T s P endin g P lans of local tested to determine for which of Calcasieu ASC Officers Named To Five Posts In an election of five officers Ji(-!d yesterday afternoon by the Agriculture .Stabilization and Con enough money to operate without ! re ^ l(nv s P enc » n g any difficulty." sch ° o1 systems. Balanced budgets for Grambling... But A ^, hlc y sal . College, the Orleans area and Jef-: I 10 " spellS ° Ut th f l , the Stat6 ' ferson Parish Trade Schools and' bu(ig , et committee had authority • to fhfifk anrl rWinfi wnplnpr tn DeRidder Church Revivol Scheduled DERIDDER (SpU-Rev. Joe Kite, a former pastor of the Ludington Baptist church, now pas tor at Basile. will conduct a re vival at the Beckwith B a n t i s t church August 27 through September 2. Sammie Boudreaux will lead the singing and Mrs. Margie Nell lies will be the pianist. The week's special services will close Sunday, September 2 with a basket dinner on the church grounds. State of Louisiana Parish of Calcosleu SALE NO. UU By virtue of, and pursuant to an order from Honorable Ellen Bryan Moore, Register of the State Land Office, dated the 3 day of August, 1962, and In conformity with Section 2189, Title 47, Louisiana Revised Statutes of 1950, as amended. I will offer for sale and sell at public auction at the principal door of the Court House of the Parish of Calcasleu at Lake Charles, Louisiana, on Wednesday, Septbemer 19, . between the hours of 11 o'clock a.m. and li^li cloc !5. p - m ;, to the lasf and highest bidder, the following described property NW' NE NE 31.9.10 less and except the following lots; In sub thereof, which were sold by sold company: — Lots J, 32, 33, 65, 66, 73, 331, 470, 471, 511, 512, 513 I 1 '- 544, 546, 545, 578, 579, 620, 621, 739 «£, 821, 835, 83«, 837, 929, 937, 938, 1021, 1022, (20 x 20 ft.). (.28 acres). Ad|udlcated to the State In the name of United Sulphur and Oil Company, for 1957 taxes, Minerals reserved to the State In ac- "r.oance with Section 2 of Articles IV of the Constitution of 1921. The State does not warrant title Terms of Sale—Cash. For not less than Two thousand ($2000.00) Dollars. HENRY A. REID, JR., Baton Rouge, La., August 3, 1962. " Approved: ELLEN BRYAN MOORE, Register of Slate Land Office. Aug. 10-17-24-31. Sepf. 7-14. ^, LEGAL NOTICES ABANDONMENT The Police Jury of Calcasieu Parish, -Oulslona, have been requested to abandon the existing 60 foot public road right- of-way which is located olonq the East- West centcrline of the Northeast Quarter of Section 24, Township 11 South, Ranqe 12 Wesl, and along the East-West ccn- erline of Section 19, Township 11 Soulh, Range 11 West, Ward 4, Calcasieu Parsh, Louisiana. Any person or persons desiring to regls. er a protest against this proposed road abandonment should do so In writing and said written protest should be submitted 'o the olflce of the Calcasieu Parish Police Jury In the Courthouse ,Lake Charles, Louisiana, on or before 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, Parish Engineer. August 13-17-24. -3t ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Calcasieu Parish, Loulslana.wlll receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1V62, In the Police Jury Room, Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for unit prices, Parish wide, on the following concrete pipe. All pipe to be tongue and groove and to meet th» following specifications: SIZE: REMARKS.. 10' 12' Ii' 18' 21' 24' 27' 30' 3* tr 48' 54' 60' 6*' 72 78' 84' 90 Plain Plain Plain Plain Plain Plain Plain Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced Reinforced concrete concrete or reinforced or reinforced or reinforced or reinforced or reinforced LEGAL NOTICES together with oil buildings ond other lrrt» provemenls thereon located. Seized under sold writ. Terms: Cash on day of sale. H. A. RE(D, JR., Sheriff, Calcasleu Parish, La, Sheriff's Office, Lake Charles, La., July CAMP,'PALMER, CARWILE. BABIN & BARSH, Attorneys for Plaintiff. July 24-Aug. 24. 21 Any cash discount allowed shall be for at least 35 days. All bids on concrete pipe shall be for delivery In quantities as required, f.o.b., Parish |ob sile. Prices quoted shall be net delivered price and State Sales Tax must be shown on the bids. Contract will be cancelled on any pipe which has not been delivered by 90 days from notice of the award of Contract. Pipe to be delivered In quantities ordered and to locations as specified. Preference Is hereby given to materials, supplies and provisions produced, manufactured or grown in Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the State. Official action thereon will be taken at the Regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, September 4, 1962. All bids should be plainly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on concrete pipe, Parish-wide." The Police Jury reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive technicalities. TOM WATSON, SHERIFF'S SALE Fourteenth Judicial District Court, Par* Ish of Calcasleu, State of Louisiana. Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company. V» No. 52938 Edwin C. Woodcock. By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued and to me directed by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder with the benefit of appraisement, of the court houss door of this parish In the city of Lake Charles, parish of Calcasleu, on Wednesday, August 29tk, 1942, between legal hours, and starting at 10:00 a.m. the following described properly, lawit: Commencing on the North side of U.S. Highway 90, 400 feet West of East line of Southwest Quarter of Northwest •Quarter (SW>.< of NWU) of Section 36,-.Townsh!|j 9 South, Range 10 West, thence West 100 feet, North 172 feet. East 100 feet, and South 172 feet to point of commencement, together with all Improvements thereon Htuated. Seized under said wit. Terms: Cash on day of sale. H. A. REID, JR., Sheriff, Colcasleu Parish, La, Sheriffs Office, Lake Charles, La., July J3. 1962. BASS & LAWES, Attorneys for Plaintiff. July 23-August 24. -21 ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962, In 1hn Police Jury Room, m the Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for the followinrj crcosoted bridge lumber, unit prices effective for 90 days. All bids must be plainly marked on outside of the envelope: 'Bid on creosoted bridge lumber, Pur' RODNEY Aug. 11-17-24. President. M. VINCENT, Parish Engineer. ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962, In the Police Jury Room, Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for metal posts for road signs, on a Parish-wide basis, for a period of 90 days. Preference Is hereby given to malert- and provisions, produced, or grown In Louisiana, ABANDONMENT The Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish Louisiana, have been requested to abandon or refrocede to the original grantors an ex sting 20 foot public road dedlca tlon along the West line of Lots 8, 9, and 0 of the Mrs. Grace Rostect Subdivision '"Section 3, Township 10 South, Range 8 West, Ward 3, Calcasleu Parish, Lou Islana, which right-of-way traverses from Broad.Street Southerly to Third Street Any person or persons desiring fo register a protest against this proposed road retrocession or abandonment should "do so in writing and said written protest should be submitted to the office ot the Calcasleu fnC 5h r Polce J . ury ln fhe Court house. Lake Chorles, Louisiana, on or before 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962 TOM WATSON, RODNEY M. VINCENT Aug. 13-17-24. POrlSh EnBlne ? 3r i Rev. Riley Green is p a s t o r of ipending pit 400 technical jobs they are best' the church'' said recent legisla- suited, he said. > — • ,~^~- . . . -„ Mi .,, o, to „,,„. 'LEGAL NOTICES ; committee approval. ~ In ^ i Tlin committee's statement said, : , a 'up of M»*w t)'"** *» W«»****4V V \_-Vy I*MV4 Uk«WI4Vl«. HiJ , " to check and decide whether to' "If approximately 65 per cent of ' : attend an Air Force Others are as- the education department's ad-, .. w»r» «,!„„„ ' approve the schoo board's spend- au , A rm utre glven e tunica! latter idun in its time, ;u »o made si K ncd direct to an operational up 01 uov. jimmie 11. Davis, cdu- 1 unit of lhe Aerospace Force where ! cation Supt. Shelby Jackson and lhev receive <"Hhe-job training. ,. i state Treasurer A. P. Tugwell. ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Calcusleu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962, In the Police Jury Room, Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for prestressed, pre- cast concrete bridge decks, Parish-wide, with unit prices effective for 90 days. Preference Is hereby given to materials, supplies and provisions, produced, manufactured or grown In Louisiana, qual- are administered ! "V DC ' n g equal to articles offered by com• -- petltors outside ot the state. All bids must be submitted on Parish bid forms. All bids must be plainly marked on scrvation committee, of Calcasieu \ $™' ^£1^*™' eadfpu'b'-: H(i said if the state budged corn- in Lilke charles at the NOW PoVt pnnsh four were incumbents, an-ijj J ', ' . . , ' , mittoe and the legislative budget! O fr ice Building Room 2108 -it 10 bid form5 ' Bounced Harold V Istre, oiHcer > ^^ ruque.t it "we'll to\"£^v^?^££ ou« So£ ;"*"" M '" manager ofthe ASC. | ed tfj a p prox l raa ' lel t , !(; same glad to review the budgets and inont is n ,, ccssary . J™ d ° nck rp S a^^w',de P '' C05> concr " e 'Officer, were elected to serve i *~t »Mch each S y sUan would; "t^aT^ni, i,l visile ^$&tf%^ffi$S Mftfi (rum Seutembcr 1. 1902. to Au-: have received if all prior methods 1 ..^hley jaid dn unoll cial vis t pp. n ,; rUw«« 0f VJj JC ^' September 4, iw. .,_ ' l/UKXIo VM.TI e citXLt.U IU btl VC —•••«*•*•*. »*i*vii «^tj\-(i ^jOLUiii \>uuiu »ti -i I-, • • \ • •, „ . , : ,", 4 A • h-iv«» rpf^ivoH if -Ji rrii-r moit ,/4 ; Ashley paid an uno hcial visit = /^|^ n r /^» "« .WSS^'JT^M;!- SSS1S1,"i'Zn m 3* : ;i^^ isloli ™ budset «-»-;Cp Police Given Flag by Woodmen j;usl 31, 1963, or until replaced, according to Istre. They are: Chairman, John P. Breau: Chioe; Johnson of Sulphur; regular mem- Itee. bi-r. Lee D. Richard of Manches "To date, not any budget of "The committee urges each r 11 • i A • i i dvii Defense |X)lice group was rOllOWing MlShap 'recently presented an American fl'KI w\\t l\\n \A/ f\ i\ rl iti f\ vi f\f 4liii flag by the Woodmen of the .... fjrsi alternate, Robert Wil-! public school system in the state s NEW ORLEANS (AP)—Lester; World.' son of Vinton; and second alter-, to prepare their budgets in ac-JBourge, 35, of New Orleans, died 1 Making (he presentation were n;.ii- v\ i. caWu-^n ,,f r:,iii B jcordance with the funds appropri-1 Thursday-four days after he was Francis Haymark and Itarley i-1 ated and send same to the state 'severely injured in a crash on i Gossett, both of the Lake Charles board of education and eventual-1 the West Hank Expressway. j WOW Camp. n;«U'. W. L. Caldwc-11 of Gillis. Wilson was the only non-incum Lt-iii. The Police Jury reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive Technicalities. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, Aua.U-17.2-r Parish Englneej. ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Calcosleu Pgrlsh, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Friday, Augu»t 31, 1962, In th« Police Jury Room, Courihouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for grader blades as per specifications, unit prices effective for 90 days. All bids must be submitted on Parish bid forms. All bids should be plainly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on grader blades, Porlsh-wlde." ABANDONMENT ine Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, have been requested to abandon a portion of Keel Road In the Oak Lake Estates No. One Subdivision In Sec- J' on 2. Township II South, Range 10 West, Ward 4, Calcasleu Parish, Loulsl- Any person or persons desiring to regls- iT I protesl a 9 alnst '"is prooosed road abandonment should do so In writing and said written protest should be submitted to the office of the Calcasieu Paiish Po J!" Jury In the Courthouse, Lake Chorles, Louisiana, on or bclore 10-00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, August 13-16-24. P ° r ^ ^"^j ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Colcasleu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until ^ :00 r, ?,' m " . Fr >0°Y, August 31, 1962, In the police Jury Room, Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for treated fence posts, Parish-wide, (or a period of 90 days. Preference is hereby given to materials, supplies and provisions, produced, manufactured or grown in Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered bv competitors outside of tho State. All bids must be submitted on Parish bid forms. All bids must be plainly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on treated fence posts, Parish- wide, for a period of 90 days." Official auction thereon will be taken ot the Regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, September 4, 1962. The Police Jury reserves Ihe right to re ect any or all bids and waive technicalities. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, AU8.1M7-M. Parish Engineer. als, supplies manufactured Quality being equal'to articles offered by competitors outside ol the State. All bids must be submitted on Parish bid forms. All bids must bi plainly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on metal posts for rood signs, Parish-wide, for o period of 90 days. 1 ' Oftlcial action thereon will be taken at the Regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, September 4, 1962. The Police Jury reserves the right to reject any or all bids and waive technicalities. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, Ish-wide." 3x8x16 3x3x18 3x8x20 3x8x22 3x8x24 4x12x12 4x12x14 4x12x16 4x12x18 4x12x20 PILING: 12' 12 12 12' 12' Butt-15 feet Butt-20 feet Butt-25 feet Buff-30 fecf Butt-36 feet 6x12x18 6x12x20 6x12x22 6x12x24 12x12x18 12Kl2x?0 12x12x22 . 12x12x24 12" Bult-40 lecf 12" Buft-45 tcct 12" Butt-50 feet AM lumber to be No. 1 SISIE Full Pine or Douglas Fir. Creosoted 12 Ib. and 16 Ib. treatment. All material sublect to Inspection nf plant by testing laboratory prior, to delivery. Delivery Is colled for on Individual orders with a 15-doy maximum delivery allowed for each order. Preference Is hereby given to materials, supplies and provisions produced, manufactured or grown In Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the State. The Police Jury reserves the right lo rclect any or all bids and waive technicalities. Official action Ihcreon will be taken Aug. 11-17-24. Parish Engineer. -3t ABANDONMENT The Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, have been requested to aban. don on existing public road which traverses In a Southeasterly-Northwesterly direction across the Southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 22, Township 8 Soulh, Range 13 West, Ward 5, which Is being replaced or relocated by a new public road right-of-way which was accepted by the Calcasleu Parish Police Jury on August 7, 1962. Any person or persons desiring to register o protest against this proposed road abandonment should do so in writing and said written protest should be submitted to the office of the Calcasleu Parish Police Jury In the Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana, on or before 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, August 13 17-24. Parish Engineer. •3t ADVERTISEMENT The Police Jury of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, will receive sealed bids until 10:00 a.m., Friday, August 31, 1962, In the Police Jury Room, Courthouse Annex, Lake Charles, Louisiana, for metal sign blanks and tcotchllte reflective sign faces complete as per specifications. All bids must be submitted on Parish bid forms which may be obtained at the office of the Parish Engineer, Courthouse, Lake Charles, Louisiana. Preference Is hereby given Io materials, supplies and provisions produced, manufactured or g r o W n In Louisiana, quality being equal to articles offered by competitors outside of the State. All bids must be plainly marked on outside of envelope: "Bid on metal sign blanks and tcotch- llte reflective sign faces." Official action thereon will be taken at the Regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, September, 4, 1962. The Police Jury reserves the right to relect any or all bids and waive technicalities. TOM WATSON, President. RODNEY M. VINCENT, ',,,,„ Parish Engineer. Aug. 11-17-24. .31 INVITATION HOUSING AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA BOX 1206 LAKE CHARLES, LOUISIANA AUGUST 13, 1962 Sealed Bids, in quadruplicate sublect to thj conditions attached to the specifications will be received at the ottlce ot tho Housing Authority of Ihe City of Lake Charles, 661 Dixy Drive, Lake Charles, Louisiana, until 12 o'clock (Noontime) on the 18lh day of September 1962, and then publicly opened, for furnishing contracts of insurance as provided In the specifications described below; SPECIFICATIONS: 1. The term of the policy shall be five (5) years Irom October I, 1962, October 1, 1967. 2. Blanket coverage of all property owned by the Housing Authority of the City of Lake Charles under one Item with a 90% co-insurance clause to comply with Louisiana insurance regulations. (Louisiana Form No. 25-E1) (excluding foundations) 3. Fire and extended coverage Insurance In amount of $3,018,100.00. 4. Annual payment of premiums as per Louisiana Form 141. 5. The above stated amount of Insurance constitutes vO per cent of the total Insurable Interest. 6. Bids must be made by quotation of applicable rates. JAMES C. BAKER, Executive Director. Aug. 17.24, 31, Sept. 7. -41 SHERIFF'S SALE Fourteenth Judicial District Court, Parish of Caicasieu, State ot Louisiana, Federal National Mortgage A s s 0 c I- allon, Vs. No. 55,623, Carl J. Tubbs and Syble Shockey Tubbs. By virtue of a writ of Seizure and Solo Issued and to me directed by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I have selied and will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder without the benefit of appraisement, at the court house door of this parish In the city of Lake Charles, parish of Colcasleu, on Wednesday, August 2»lh, 1962, between legal hours and starting at 10:00 a.m. the following described properly, to- Wl I '• Lot Twelve (12) of C. E. Wilson Subdivision of the North Half of North Half ol Southwest Quarter ot Southeast Quarter (N to of Nto of SW'/. of SE'/O ot Section Seventeen (17), Township Ten (10) Soulh, Range Eight (8) West, as per plat recorded In Plat Book, 5, page 71, records of Calcasleu Parish, Louisiana, i at the Regular meeting of the Police Jury on Tuesday, September 4, 1962. TOM WATSON, President! RODNEY M. VINCENT, Parish Engineer. Aug. 11-17-24 -3t ', SHERIFF'S SALE " ' Fourteenth Judicial District Court, Pnr« ir,h nf Calcasleu, State of Louisiana, Ford Molor Credit Company, Vs. No. 55,902, Clyde J. Sulre. By virtue of a writ of Seizure and Sole Issued and to me directed by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I have selied and will offer for sale at public auction-to 1ha last and highest bidder with the benetit of appraisement, at the court house door of this parish In the city of Lake Charles, pa-ish of Calcasleu, on Wednesday, September 12, 1962, between legal hours, and starting ot 10:00 a.m., the following described property) lo-wlt: 1956 Ford Custom, Molor Number U6> MG106913. Seized under said writ. Terms: Cash on day of sale. H. A. REID, JR., Sheriff, Calcasleu Parish, • La, Sheriff's Office, Lake Charles,. La.., August 24, 1962. EDGAR MOUTON, JR., . . Attorney for Plaintiff. August 24. _ -II SHERIFF'S SALE Fourteenth Judicial District Court, 'Par* Ish of Calcasleu, State of Louisiana, Plauche-Locke Securities, Inc., Vs. No. 55,890, Willie Ford. By virtue of a writ of Seizure and Sale Issued and to me directed by the Honorable Court aforesaid, I have seized ond will offer for sale at public auction to the last and highest bidder with th.e benefit o! appraisement, at the court house door of this parish In the city of Lake Charles, parish of Calcasleu, on Wednesday, September 17, 1941, between legal hours and starling ot 10:00 a.m., the following described propcriy ( to-wlt: One 1959 Chevrolet v-8 Bel AJr 4 Dr, Sdn., Serial No. D59S-131452. Seired under said writ. Terms: Cash on day ol sale. H. A. REID/ JR., Sheriff, Calcasleu Parish; La. Sheriff's Olflce, Lake Charles, La., August 24; 1962. PLAUCHE & PLAUCHE, Attorneys for Plalntilt. AuQust24. -It NOTICE OF PUBLIC SALE C. McBr'de, d-b-a McBride's F'.r.o Service Station, Sulphur, Louisiana hnt advertised his Intentions to sell th..' M- lowing vehicles. Said molor vehicle ';ill be offered at public sale to the h. st bidder at his yard on the 4th day oi ;,c.'p- tembcr, 1962 at 11:00 o'clork. Sold sal« to he benefit of appraisement: 1951 Plymouth 4-Dr. Sedan, Motor No. 20447769, Serial No. 105 E 10213. ' August 24. « •> It SHERIFF'S SALE Fourteenth Judicial Dlslrlct Court, Pnr« Ish of Calcasleu, State ol Louisl6nd, Security Industrial Insurance Company, Inc., Vs. No. 55,743, Robert I. Collier Sr. By virtue of a writ ol Seizure and Sale Issued and to me directed by the Honorable Court aforesaid. I have seized and will offer for sale at public auction Io the last and highest bidder with the bene- tit of appraisement, at Ihe court house door of this parish In the city ol Lake Charles, parish of Calcasleu, on Wednesday, October 3, 1962, between legal hours ond starting at 10:00 a.m., the following described properly, to-wit: Lot 11 of Block 3 of Charles Jones Subdivision No. 2 In Ihe Northeast Quarter of Northwest Quarter (Nt'i of NW'/i) of Section 26, Township 9 Soulh, Range 9 West, as per plat recorded In Book 5 at Page 131 of the Plat records of Calca- sleu Parish, Louisiana, together wllh all Improvements sllualed thereon. . . Seized under said writ. , '.' . Terms: Cash on day of sale. ' * " H. A. REID,, JR., Sheriff, Calcasleu Parish, 1 ' La. 's Office, Lake Chorles, La , August 24, 1962. • «-V R. T. TRITICO, Attorney tor Plalnlilt. August 24-Sept. 28. .71

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