SUNDAY, DEC. 5, 1965, Lake Charia American Press Mild Days, Cool Nights Forecast Local Winds along the coast will be | variable fi to 16 Knots today, I shifting to the northeast late Mild days and cool nights are tonight or early Monday at 8 forecast for Lake Charles and j t 0 ig knots, vicinity through Monday. The skies will be clear to partly cloudy. Winds will be variable 5 to 15 m.p.h. today and will become northeasterly tonight and early Monday at 8 to 18 m.p.h. High today will be 70 with a low of 42 tonight. Forecasts Louisiana: Clear to partly cloudy today through Monday. Mild days and rather cool at night. Highest today 66 to 73. Coastal, Port Arthur, Tex., to Apalachicola, F!a.: Variable winds 6 to 16 knots today becoming northeasterly 8 to 18 knots Monday. Clear to partly cloudy weather. Weather Elsewhere Skies on the coast will be clear to partly cloudy. LAKE CHARLES AREA WEATHER Maximum yosorday (3 _p.m.) 41 Record low this dolt (IMS) Rtiotiv* Humidity (fp.ro.) . Sunset today .>•• sunrl»» tomorrow 30.12 Sea level pressure (» p.m.) .. TIDAL DATA Tld« Today: Low, 4:1» a.m., 0,0; 7 p.m., i.O; High, 12 noon, 1.1; 10:51 a.m. V.I. Tomorrow: Low, <:« a.m., -0.4; 7:J3 p.m., 1.2; Hioh, 1.34 p.m., l.f; )l:W p.m,. Lake Charftt Temperature* (Past 14 hour») • - » p.m,,,..4S Rhodes/an Toppling Planned ADDIS (AP)-Thc ABABA, 36-tiation Ehtiopia Organization of African Unity (OAU) drew up a secret plan Saturday night designed to topple the rebel Rhodesian regime of Prime Minister Ian Smith. Conference Chairman Kojo Bolsio of Ghana announced a five-nation committee has been empowered to take "all possible mean's including the use of force to end the Southern Rhodesia crisis." On the committee are Ghana, Egypt, Tanzia, Zambia and Kenya. A final communique issued at the end of the two-day conference said onty that the OAU Council of Ministers had decided on "concrete measures which will enable an end to be made to the illegal Southern Rhodesian regime." 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City, cloudy 45 23 Son Diego, clear 75 47 Son Fran., cloudy 50 44 Seattle, cloudy 54 45 Tampa, cloudy 71 43 Washington, cleor 53 37 Winnipeg, clear 42 18 Annual Variety Show Sef MILD — It will continue mild along the Gulf Coast through today. No rain is predicted. (AP Wirepholo). Compl *.te Insurance Coverage NICK VIGNAUD Home Insurance Agencr Diol HE »415fl HE 3-»l3» GROUND FLOOR GAVLE BLD8. U2 BRO'D Ladies' Nylon Tricot Pajamas 5.00 Value 2.99 The annual variety show presented by St. Charles Academy School w'ill be held Monday and Tuesday. First, second and third place trophies will be awarded each night for both individual performances and group performances and a percentage trophy will be presented to the class with the largest number of acts placing. The program Is sponsored by the Academy Debate Club and is under the direction of Mrs. Bud Viator, debate coach and speech teacher at St. Charles Academy. Proceeds will be used to defray expenses of various speech arid debate activities. Performances will begin at 7:30 each evening and are open to the public, Judges will be Mrs. Mike Bono, Mrs. Edythe Caperal. Mrs. Rosalie Robinson, Bill Davies and Alex McDonald. Hundreds View Yule Parade In Oakdale OAKDALE — Hundreds of people thronged Oakdale streets at 2 p.m. Saturday to witess' the Christmas Parade which welcomed Santa to town for the season. Viewers saw floats depicting snowmen standing under snow- ' laden pines, nativity scenes, poirisettas and Yule trees. Gai- • ly decorated cars hailed the" "old fellow's" arrival as well as marching bands, boosters, • school and civic clubs, organi-' zational and commercial floats, -. and scout troops. One snow-laden car with a rocket mounted on top, bearing the message "Space-Age Yule," gave a modern-day touch to the colorful event. Highlighting Santa's arrival- in his sleigh, pulled by miniature reindeer, was "Merry Christmas," portrayed by Charlotte Jantz in her red Yule suit and Charlotte Hawkins, "Miss Allen Parish." Santa greeted the children with candy along the route. The parade was sponsored by the Oakdale Chamber of Commerce. Officials of this organization headed the parade, President Jesse Boyd and Parade Chairman Lawton Ford. The awarding of gifts and $100 climaxed the busy Saturday in Oakdale. These gift awards to various persons will be continued until Christm6)as. Wife Bequests Judas Award TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) - A woman's will filed in Superior Court includes a bequest reading, "to my husband I bequeath 30 pieces of silver in the form of 30 United States dimes." The man will not collect the bequest. He died before his wife. Cut the college problem down to size It's too big, too important to let slide. 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