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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Monday, August 27, 1962
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1K2, lofce Charles American Press MRS. MAUD RICE . . . retiring Welfare Will Be MRS. AGNES BOGGS ... 20 years service Workers Honored Two veteran employes of the Louisiana Department of Welfare, including one who will become the first local employe to retire, will he honored during a banquet at the Pizza House tonight. Honored will be Mrs. Maud B. Rice who is retiring after 40 years service with the state, and Mrs. Agnes Boggs who will receive a 20-year pin and award. Director Vincent J. Lamendola, members of the parish welfare board, staff of the local welfare office and Robert Brown, field representative for the slate welfare department, will attend the event. Members of (he families of the Post Office Is Renovated At DeQuincy DEQUINCY (Spl.) - The De- Quincy post office has received general improvements during the past few weeks. Fluorescent light fixtures were installed to replace the old type fixtures. L. J. Cryer, postmaster, said good lighting was essential to giving good post office service. Cryer said the old lighting cast shadows which hindered personnel in their duties. The building also received a new paint job and new vinyl tile covering in the lobby. Also a canopy was built over the back door to the mail-r o o m to protect mail from the rain when loading and unloading. Gospel Assembly Ends Seclusion After Seven Days employes being honored are also invited. Mrs. Rice, a welfare visitor, was a school teacher at Starks before joining the welfare department when it was organized. She first joined the department in 1935 during the Economic Recovery Administration. She was one of the first teachers in the Starks area, having started leaching at the age of 16. Mrs. Rice, who lives at Sulphur, is well known throughout this area for her work in interviewing applicants for public assistance and determining their eligibility. Her husband is also retired. Mrs. Rice is one of (he few persons in Louisiana with over 40 years of stale service. Mrs. Boggs has served in various parishes as a welfare visitor and is now working in the Cameron area from the Lake Charles office. She plans to retire on December 1. Catholic School In Leesville Sets Opening LEESVILLE (Spl.) - St. Michael's School will open Wednesday, September 4, according lo Rev. H. F. Beckers, paslor of St. Michael's Catholic church. The school will offer kindergarten and grades 1-6. Registration was held Monday from 9 a.m. to noon and from 3 to 6 p.m. at the school on Sixth street behind the church. The faculty will include Iwo local teachers and four extension volunteer. These volunteers, all college gradualos, spend at least one year in the Catholic mission areas of the United States. They are lay missionaries and are assigned through headquarters of Finns Ram Bus Into Towboat; Vessel Sinks BENSON, Ariz. (AP)—About 50; (he organization in Chicago which members of the Full Gospel As-! is under the leadership of the sembly ended seven days in se-' Bishops of the United States, elusion Sunday and denied they Free school bus transportation went underground in fear of nu- will be provided, clear attack. i Elder Richard Meeks described the group's disappearance as a prayer retreat. He said the group had not been in bomb shelters, as city officials had reported, but went into seclusion in their own homes. The group, which disappeared HELSINKI, Finland (AP)—Two afte,r an Aug. 19 evening meeting,! drunk Finns early today stole a went underground for six weeks ] bus in the heart of Helsinki, drove in I960. : it down to the harbor and rammed At that time, they said they ; a lowboal. The towboat sank, with feared a nuclear war. They • the bus on top of it. emerged only after getting divine | Police captured both men. The assurance that the danger was drunk who did the driving got nver. only minor cuts and bruises. His companion was found lying on the bus floor, apparently mostly unaware of what, had happened. 'Copter Engine Fails But Pilot Lands Safely NEW YORK (AP)-An engine on a large commercial helicopter failed high over the city Sunday but the craft sat down gently in the East River and none of the crew or 25 passengers was injured. The two-engined New York Airways helicopter was five minutes Cancer Society Elects Officers Dr. Jo'hn Lewis of Lake Charles has been elected president of the Calcasieu area unit of the American Cancer society. Other officers elected to serve for 1902-03 are Mrs. David Wilson, first vice president; Dr. Walter Moss, second vice president;Mrs. out of Newark Airport bound fnrlR. W. Farrar, secretary; and La Guardia and Idlewild airports George Sacknum, treasurer, when the accident occurred, Capt. 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