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2 SA ' f UftPAY> PEC. 4, 1965, Loke Chorlcs American fresi * Good Weather Seen For Yule Parade DEATHS NEWS OF RELIGION Local >,.'.»< »f«|l»H»»l.« Mt' CLOUDY — Warmer temp«raluro« and cloudy skies will prevail over most of ihe Gulf Coait region ihrough today. (AP Wlrepholo Map) LC Plants Shown In Citgo Magazine Santa Clans should have a> good parade Inday, as he and his merry people will he able to perform without raincoats — if the weatherman's prediction holds true. .Skies will bi> partly cloudy j through Sunday with cooler/ temperatures expected tonight, j Winds will be north to north-i east 8-IB m.p.h. Today's hifih will he 65, with , a low tonight near 3f). : Coastal conditions indicate j partly cloudy skies with'north J I to northeast winds 12-22 knots j I gradually diminishing Sunday, i i Maximum yesterday (2 p.m.) 41 I {Record high thi» date (I'M) 71] ; KKerd lew thit dale (Wl) J7 , Rtlativt Humidity (9 p.m.) n I Rainfall yesterday 4! | SunJtt today — 5:13 p.m. | 'Sunrise tomorrow 6:55 a.m. I Sea level pressure (? p.m) 30.15 < TIDD i,n hig MRS. L. PASSMORE YAK1MA, Wash. - FunerRl services for Mrs. Louella Pass- inore, 82, mother of T. J. Passmore of Vinton, were Thursday in the Assembly of God Church here. ! Burial was in the Shady Grove ; Cemetery near Woodville, Tex. ' Other survivors include four son?, a daughter, a brother and a sister. • • » REES W. PERKINS j (Sec Srory Page One) Lake Charles' tourist image j tunity to tour the refinery com-, will receive a boost this month ! plex. i Entitled "On the Gulf: Good : Will on Stream," the six-page; article in Citgo's "Trimark"! magazine features a color pho- through Cities Service's company magazine, according to L. W. Tabb, chairman of the Greeters and Guides Committee of the Lake Charles Asso- j to on its cover and several coi- Advent Wreath Is Placed In OLQH Church An ancient custom which has , been revived in recent years I was celebrated at all masses in : Our Lady Queen of Heaven ! Church last Sunday with special prayers lighting the first candle on the Advent Wreath, i according to an announcement from the church. The Green Wreath signifies the hope which is contingent on ! the liturgy of Advent, the hope of the coming of Christ, accord| ing to Right Rev. Msgr. Irving j DeBlanc, pastor. It is shaped in ; a circle to signify eternity, and I and violet ribbons, attached to I each candle, remind the need j for mortification, he said. Msgr. DeBlanc said the can- T,«. i*toY:-i.w7i;«r..m.. o.3 ; hi,n,: 127 gym aV LaGrange Junior; dies remind of Christ's coming, n:4» o.m., 1.5; low, *:04 p.m., o.»; high i High was issued to the Calca- the light of the world, and ih- IOL" p ' m " '' 5 ' «:i» a.m., o.o) h.nti,< sieu Parish School Board, dur-ldicate the need for vigilance. '' ing the past week, according to ; The wreath at the church is ! Marsden Miller, city building i placed in the sanctuary and is ' inspector. /Jit at all the Sunday masses, i Included in last week's build-1 Each Sunday during Advent an iing permit totals was one is- additional candle is lighted. :sued to Adam Manuel, 315 W.I Students in Our Lady Queen i School St., for construction of a! of Heaven School have their LaGrange Jr. Addition Leads Permits A building permit for a S526,- Lutheran Church Has New Pastor p.m., I.I; low, 7 p.m., 1.0; high, iioisj p.m., 1.1. I LAKE CHARLES T6MP6RATURES : (Post ?4 hours) 1 p.m «; s p.m 5?; ? p.m 5 Weather Elsewhere or photos of Lake Charles high Bltmarck, clear Boist, cloudy . plants on foot and in air-con- • suiioio, 'cloudy School students touring the " OC ' ATER " ciation of Commerce. In a letter to H. R. Smith, vice president. Cities Service Refining Co., Tabb commended dilioned buses provided by the' the firm for its outstanding pub- company, lie relations efforts in provid- Albony, cloudy «J Albuquerque, cleor 57 Atlanta, cloudy 51 44 49 <6 50 .,., ,,,-„, / .,-. • i Denver, clear *4 Ihe Lake Charles facility ISIDM Moines, cieor « Detroit, roin W ing tourists, local clubs, organ- described in the article as a izations and students an oppor-1 "show-case industrial complex ' Four Held in Cafe Shooting Face Charges Fort Worth, cloudy ........ 58 Helena, cloudy .......... ..59 visited annually by hundreds of Honolulu, cloudy .......... j« . it- i i inoionopoiis, cioucy ....... su boy scouts, business men, stud- jocksonvnie, cioudy ...... n • Fairbanks, clear .•17 ent groups, civic and social or-;Kansas ganizations, technical societies, government dignitaries, teachers, employes' families and! Milwaukee 1 ' cloudy tourists. They come from many states and with company corts gium, and other countries of the world. Tabb said the excellent pub es- 1 £«* Lot Angeles, clear S3 Louisville, clear 54 Memphis, cloudy 53 Miami, cloudy 75 - - - ' - ....44 3? ... 46 loudy 50 .leor ... from Japan. Italy. Bel-omoa, r , . r. ,r , . ! Philadelphia, cloudy Russia, South America, i phoenix, cicor .50 51 74 44 Portland, Ore., cloudy ....54 Rapid Cily, clear ......... 55 DEQUINCY — Two men and licity Lake Charles will receive Richmond, 'cioudy V. 57 v . _ . r 11 nf\ rtnft . _ t . . • . . . 1 _ i i . SI. L.OLHi/ CICQl •>** two women arrested on the Kin-, f™ m the 30,000 plus circulation der Highway here early Friday morning by the DeQuincy Cily Police have been turned over to Houston, Tex., authorities to face armed robbery charges there. The quartet was arrested after a shooting incident in the Gulf Cafe here. Arrested were Don Milton McMahon, 24; Kenneth Lee Peterson, 24; Sharon Kay Doggett, 18, and Tiny Lueck, 27 all of Houston. According to officers the two men became involved in a* argument in the cafe and pulled suns. McMahon fired one shot into the ceiling of the cafe, left the establishment and fired two more shots outside. Officers arrived at the cafe after the two couples had left in ;i car. They were taken into custody on the highway and taken to ti^e l)fQuincy police station. At the station, the Doggett woman grabbed a pistol and threatened to shoot the officer?. When told to "go ahead and ••hoot," the woman surrendered the weapon. of the Citgo magazine will pay big dividends when tourists pass this way next spring and summer. A few copies of the current issue of "Trimark" are available at the Association of Commerce offices should anyone care to come by and obtain a copy, Tabb said. St. Louis, clear Solt Lo*e City, cloudy <» San Diego, clear 73 Son Fron.. cloudy 54 Seattle, rain «o Tampa, cloudy 73 Washington, cloudy « Winnipeg, clear 3? T—Trace. M « 34 27 24 33 37 41 3? 37 J7 3J 33 27 44 30 49 35 47 H 40 54 41 4J 45 3J 37 57 41 4} 34 32 39 U 32 44 24 34 42 18 47 4i 40 57 41 M .01 .02 ! two-bath, five - room house, (own wreath which is lighted 1,840 sq. feet. i with special ceremonies. Small- Six permits were issued for 6 *" wreaths are used by Cath- residential additions: M. R/olics throughout the city in their homes to instill penetial Cormte, 3817 Auburn Dr., addition !o residence. 500 sq. ft.; I The Rev. John R. Oppliger •will be installed as pastor of ISt. John Lutheran Church, 1400 Enterprise Blvd., in a special service at 4 p.m. Sunday. The Rev. A. C. Prellop, counselor of Circuit VI, will perform the rite of installation. The Rev. i Victor Hellman of Alexandria i will deliver the sermon. | Rev. Mr. Oppliger accepted j the call to become pastor of i St.. John after serving Prince ! of Peace Lutheran Church in I Birmingham, Ala. for more than j three years. He is a native of St. Louis, Mo. He received his theological | training at Concordia College, ; Fort Wayne, Ind. and Concordia j Seminav/ in SI. Louis. He re- j ceivcd his B.D. Degree in 1962. i Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Oppliger jwill reside at 1109 N. Elton i Court. : After the installation service i the Ladies Aid will be hosts to i an informal reception in the SULPHUR — Mrs. Robert S. i Fellowship Hall of the church MRS. ROBERT BENNETT Former Missionary Speaker For Church Evenf Told Bennett, former missionary in Jamaica, will be guest speaker for Woman's Day in the First Christian Church Sunday. for the new pastor and his wife. Mrs. Nadine Bryant and Mrs. Alice Parrotta are in charge. The new pastor said worship 1 services will be conducted at Mrs. Bennett was born inliO:30 a.m. every Sunday begin- Enid, Okla. and attended Tri- ning Dec. 5. Sunday School and nity University in San Antonio, j Bible Classes will be at 9:15 Tex., graduating from North; a.m. REV. JOHN R. OPPLIGER From Alabama Sunday. He has served the congregation for the past year in the absence of a full-time minister. Rev. Mr. Oppliger will conduct his first service at St. John Dec. 12. The new minister will conduct services for Rev. Mr. Prel- lop at St. Matthew Lutheran Church, 810 N, Shattuck St., .w •« John J. Johnson II, 10113 St. DeBlanc said. John, carport, 462 sq. ft.: Tol' lie Ray Slaytor, addition to res- M idence, 280 sq. ft.: Lorris M. ' Ward, 4017 Center St.. addition to residence, 900 sq. ft. 0 "^ Also, William B. Coleman, 1010-1012 llth St., carport, 1500, w and Dicie Cub. 502 W. Blake | St., addition to residence, 728 i ." ! sq. ft. i Other permits Included Clar- M enre Costine, 313 W. Claude, repairs to floor. S5(); W. W. MONROE — The Louisiana Barnes, 916 Clarence St., clear ; B a p t i s t Convention has re- spirit in the family circle, Msgr. j Texas State College in Denton, Rev. Mr. Prellop will conduct Sunday. Services there will be 1C Man Is Reeleted Home Trustee Tex. She received a master's de-. gree in religious education from i Phillips University in Enid. j She and Rev. Mr. Bennett i served the First Christian: Church hi Jacksonville, Fia. before being appointed mission-1 aries to the Torrington Church in Kingston, Jamaica in June 1960, by the United Christinn Missionary Society. the services for the last time at the regular time. Carey Baptists To Observe 'M-Night' WEST LAKE — The Carey! in "M-Nighl," which launches Baptist Association's observ-'the quarterly Training Union ;mce of the Southern Baptist program, according to Dr. Phil- Convention "M" or Mobilize-1 lip Harris, director of the Con- De- , . ] n December 1063. they re- .. ..._ ... ..._ __ , and pave drive, SSOfl, and Au- elected Dr. Clyde E. F'ant Jr. ; signed from that post to assume u 0 n Night, is scheduled at ihe; vent ion's Training Union brey Thibodeaux, 2233 Rose St., of Ruston. the Rev. C. Roger; the pastorate of the First Chris-; First Baptist Church of West partmcnt. pave drive, $200. : Johnson of Monroe and A. C. j tj a n Church in Pensacola. Fla. 'Lake Monday. r oca[ g a p ( j s | w | 10 w j|| ass j s t are Wayne According to building inspec- j Kirkpatrick of Lake Charles to tion department tallies, over j three-year terms as trustees of .07 Nursing Home . , ftAAftn Incorporate Over 100 000 |n Parish License Plates Sold in State , twice as many building permits were issued last month as were in November, 1964. Miller said permits for last month totaled 100, compared to last year's November figure of (he Louisiana Baptist C h i 1- dren's Home in Monroe. Named to three-year terms as new trustees of the child care agency were W. R. Humphries of Grayson who has served pre- 49, j viously as a board member and Attributing the increase large- i Gorman E. Taylor of Shreve- ly to the city's general improve- • port caddo Parish juvenile mcnt program, he said homeowners have become more optimistic about residential improvements and additions. BATON ROUGE - Louisiana licens-e plate renewal sales for the first three weeks of November totaled more than 100.000 at the 22 Department of Revenue offices throughout the state to A Lake Charles nursing home, Martin de Pores, Nursing Home, Inc., has filed its articles of incorporation with the Calcasieu Parish clerk of court. Anthony P. Leonards of Lake Char'es i.s president. Organized to serve people of all ages and races, the home is located on property pi(T- Pigeons Are Given Wash Down In addition to the five members panned by the convention at its annual meeting. 10 other men serve as trustees of the Home. They are Rupert Scott of Wisner, the Rev. Dan Blake of Jena, Leon Walker of Taylor, L. M. George Sr. of Shreveport, Delma Carter of West Monroe, Robert G. Dawkins of Farmerville, the Rev. Don E. Wainwright of West Monroe, George Local Caravan Of Alhambra Names The Rev. Bill Billings, Carey , m the program Training Union director, said I Wingate, educational director of that 41 churches will participate tn e Trinity Baptist Church, Lake Charles, and Tommy Nix, music director of the Boulevard in the observance. f^y" Oil' f-•? 'K B-liGWi J Ivy Meaux, 1200 18th St.. has been elected grand commander of the newly-organized Siesta Caravan of the Order of the Alhambra. Other officers elected to serve during 1966 are: Walter Pousson, vice commander; Truman Stacey, scribe; Ed S t r e n k, scribe of the exchequer; Rod- A total of 33,388 Southern Baptist Convention churches in 1,183 associations will take part Moss Bluff Church Will |Host Guests MOSS BLUFF -A musical group from the Dallas, Tex. Bible College will be guests at the Moss Bluff Bible Church Saturday and Sunday. give the state a big head start chased from the General Serv- 13 : i.!--:_:.. i -._*!_.._. ,if« ..w>«*. over past years. "By starting the sale of renewal plates a month early this year, we will save the people a lot of the rush and waiting Houston authorities want the i in getting their license plates," four for the armed robbery of a liquor store. Cooper Trial said Ashton J. Mouton, Louisiana Collector of Revenue. "December has always been Authorized capiUil stock is <.,000 shares with a par value of $10 each. Gets Start Jury, To Monday CAMERON — The manslaughter trial of Glenna Cooper resumes here Monday at 10 a rn. in the Cameron Parish Courthouse. Judge Jack C. Watson recessed court about 6 p.m. Friday after the four last jurors nn'd an alternate were selected to end the fifth day of choosing the all-male jury. Selected Friday were jurors Ray Champagne, George Duris, a slow month for license plate of . 19( [ 1 0aK , Pf "* .^ sales due to the approaching '""~ holidays," Mouton said. "However, it is the best time in which to buy a license because there i.s seldom any waiting in line or crowding," he said. Six new substations for the sale of license plates have been opened In New Orleans and other substations throughout the state will be opened after the liolidays. ices Administration at former ChcnnauU Air Force Base. Gervis Guillory, of 1805 Carver St., is vice president, and Mary T. Leonards, 1037 Louisiana Avc., secretary-treasurer. Registered agents are Robert M. McHaie and Jack Rogers fell on the city Friday. The city pigeon population turned out the fire department Friday. It all happened at city hall Hundreds of these "friendly" fowl had converted the eaves of the city government's domo- cile into an aviary, with facades and citizens alike endangered by aerial besmearing.?. Thus, the wash job. Ironically, 45 inches of rain Bolton of Rayville, the Rev. A. i ney Guilbeaux, chamberlain; Thn- 'ton Brice of Alexandria Adolph Janca, master rind ,'l-.e Rev. Snllie I. Smith of oasi c : Oorge Dick, h grapher. Also .Jules Snatic, sentinel of the tower; Dr. Charles White, of the wardrobe; Baptist Church. Wingate will discuss the member orientation program which is new material for Training Union. Nix will be in charge of the music. The largest meeting of its kind in the Southern Baptist Convention, this year's attendance goal is set at 500,000. Carey Association's goal is 660. The special night was begun in 1945 with the promotion of a large simultaneous Baptist association mass meeting on April 24. In 1946, it was decided to The group, comprised of a ; designate December for "M- brass ensemble and a m a 1 e I Night" observance and to make t ''f' ai ," ; ; quartet, will be honored at an i it the regular mass meeting for 0 . ' ie informal youth fellowship meet the ouarter for launching the ! ori °" iny to be "held at the church at Traimng Union program. OLQH School Lists Honor Roll Pupils Honor students at Our Lady 7 p.m. Saturday, according to the Rev. Don Speight, pastor. ven Schoofor guard, and Calvin Kason, advocate. Ed Prendergast, member of The Iflfif) theme is. ''Toward alure Discipleship," and ties The Sunday worship service in with the Southern Baptist >MiCK i which begins at 10:45 a.m. will: Convention emphasis for 1965-66, :,:£ consist of music and testimon- "A Church Fulfilling its Mis- ies rendered by these students with the Rev. Paul Wagner, a faculty member from the col- sion Tlirough Proclamation and Witness." second six-weeks period have caravan the international board of di-1 lege, delivering the message, rectors, presided at the organization meeeting -of the new Warning On Building Permit Given Homeowners and businessmen anticipating building or , n c . j -™ • demolishing must obtain a James B.Savoie and Clarence buildin Bermit bftfore actua , Guidry. Alternate luror chosen ,,, r ,ri. h»«; n * according to city building , was Clarence Guilbeau. Marsden Miller, Ihe alternate was chosen inspector when Judge Watson ordered the Th i. s applies to any resident!- ia| r )ajrs demolition or ad . dilions of $25 or more, and all -.election in the event the trial becomes protracted Previously selected were Jo , omrm . rcial improvements ov sepn Molte, Sidney Savoi. Sul- er $JQ lie Menard Jr. I'. "A. Hargrove. Mil i er sajd , ne cily < 5 build . Floyd k ing code would be strictly en- and forced after the first of the year. James L" Fawvor, Granger, James Labove Clyde buhon. As soon as the jury was corn- - Any persons w j sn ing addition pleted^ both the stale - repre- al i n f ormat ion may call t h e sented by prosecutor Jennings building inspector's office, 433- B. Jones of Cameron, assistant g^j ilistrict attorney for the 14th ' . __ Judicial District —- and the de- —. . » fense. represented by Emilc / rCfflSCOfln/ienfQ/ Parmouche and Thomas Shelton f r\ r\« • i j n( (Yuwloy. made i.wmn" ttato / 0 rOf/ 4/^/06/70 IlK'llt.V The first witness vva-i (]<, Lambert of Houston Tex R E T I R i: S - Edward C. Abcll cf New Orleans retired from Shell Oil Co. today after 28 years with Ihe firm. Abell has been assistant to the vice- president in Shell's New Orleans exploration and production area since 24 Wrecks Occur On LC Streets i Wet and slipj>ery streets ia j the city were major factors in i the recording of 24 wrecks dur- ,, n DALLAS, 'lex -- Traasconti-1 ing an 11-hour period which end- As ni-ntal Bus System will pay a ;'ed with the rainfall at 5:48 p.m.i as he had been .sv.grn in dividend on common stock" to j Friday night Six pcrswis received minor injuries and the investigating officers handed out 18 tickets for moving violations, one for drun- Judjje Watson recessed court shareholders of record at the until Monday. close of business on Dec. 17. The Cooper woman is charged, The dividend, $.30 per share, with the pistol slaying of Uroy:was declared payable Jan. 3. Fontenft. ; 1966 by the board of directors, i ken driving. NARCE Plans Area Meeting Lake Charles Area Chapter No. 438 of the National Association of Retired Civil Em- ployes (NARCE) will have a social and business meeting today at 7 p.m. in the home of President 0. S. Johnson, 105 Orchard Drive. The local officers other than Johnson are Richard Gosen, first vice president; Clifford Ful- llngron, second vice president; John Shattuck, Secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Katie McCary, chaplain. NARCE was created in 1921 and now has 115,000 national members and over 900 chapters. All retired civil employes and their wives or widows of civil employes are eligible for membership. Anyone in the surrounding area, who so qualities, is invited to attend (ho meeting Saturday evening. Walgreen Will Have Section A 12-page Walgreen Drug Store Christmas gift guide will run as a special insert in UK- American Press Sunday. The section will set a nivii- latkm record for any drug chain, according to local .stoic managers, C. D. Page and F A. Watts. Fifty-four other newspapers across the nation will carry this section. j The Order of the Alhambra been announced today by Sister M. Elaine, principal. Grade eight honor students i is an international service or- include Raifii Carroll, Janel • ganixation for Catholic men. DeWoody, Gerald Dorgant, Cin- cly Gillard, Deborah Hebert, William Holloman and Greg LoBlanc. The seventh grade list includes Mark Broussard, Susan Romero, Robin Fullington, Kathenne Morin and Dione Ranier. iWomen's Day Worship Subject I D r j. Is Announced Program Set By LC Church fa Sulphur Baptists In Jennings Will Have Revival to Special Program The Women's Missionary Uni- _ on of the Old Emanuel Baptist I the last verse from the first Church, 1200 North Prater St.,'chapter of Genesis: 'And God will sponsor an end of the year! saw every thing that he has tiT. j j.. ;»u .i,~ m-irln unrf hohnlfl it U'fic VfM'V "God the Only Cause and Creator" will be'the subject for services Sunday at the First Church of Christ, Scientist, 701 Kirby St. The readings will open with SULPHUR -- Pleasant Gre<m Baptist Church will observe its eighth annual Women's Day at 3 p.m. Sunday. The theme for this year's ob- JENNINGS - The First Baptist Church will have a revival Monday through Dec. 12. Dr. E. J. Daniels will conduct the revival. Services will begin at 7:30 p.m. each day. Music for the revival will be ers for the 3 p.m. service" will under the direction of the Rev. be Mrs. C. S. Keys, Mrs. J. A. Lowell Leistner and John Bos' Riley Jr., and Mrs. H. C. Alli- will be the organist. son. servance is, "Women Choosing the Good Part in Busy Tunes." Guest speaker will be Mrs. program Wednesday wifh/ihe made, and, behold, it was very C. S. Kcyos of Mount Pilgrim theme, "God's Promise for'K<>od." Baptist Cluirdi in Lake Charles. 19GC." Passages from the book by The program is sponsored by Mary Baker Eddy will also be 1 the Womens Missionary Union Mrs. Frankie St. Mary, pres- rca[1 iService ( - mes are Sunday i of the church, with Mrs. R. idem, will deliver ihe message v sch<x)l, 9:30 a.m.; worship, 11 Cooper, president, and Mrs. E. for the program to begin at 7:30,. tnii and testimony meetings Hartman and Mrs, J. Miller, p.m. The following Sunday a Woman's Day program will be presented using the theme "God i Calls A Woman." Guest speak- ; each Wednesday at 8 p.m. i program chairmen. CHRISTMAS MOHEY JIM Mil-: JONF.S Houston, Texas REVIVAL NOW IN PROGRESS CONTINUING THRU DECEMBER 12 Apostolic Temple of UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH Holly Hill Rood You will enioy lull old fokhien<d Rivivol rn«»l.nj 5p»c!al tinging U o nightly leoturt and Iht inspiring mini dry will rtach your hiart. ApoUolic rtniple it located bttwxn Prlen Lak| Road »nd Sail H»«0, tnl block wnl ol Contraband Strvlcei btsin 7:M *'d»ck elghlly. M. 1). THEECE, PASTOR on 2nd and 3rd Real Estate Loans $25 per $1,000 ,' PERSONAL • FURNITl'KK • KILU, KiJTATi: LOANS <&tod IN HOUR nage Co 433-8236 SHFI/ION LAKI,EUR. MAMAGEK

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