Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 21, 1962 · Page 18
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 18

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Tuesday, August 21, 1962
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USt 21, 1962, Lake Charles American Press | YOUtH Ifi Ifljufed THST Free Parking"" f f ummings. 53, of ar ' es died at 5:20 p.m. in a local hospital. For Rezoning On Kirkman The body was to be .«ent to Algiers today for burial in the St. charlcs. for the present at least.' Academy. COLORADO SPRINGS. Colo. (AP.-The canopy of an F86 Jet I Kirkman strefit from Col]eg<5 fighter blew off Monday while two 1 { 0 School street, was r e z o n e d youngsters were playing on the commercial at Monday's Lake ! display aircraft at the Air Force Charles City Council meeting. much-discussed issue has Mary's cemetery there Wedncs- That was thc docision reached: been under consideration by the day/Hixson funeral home was in h y the Lake Charles Cit.v Council | J ™ G , lllcn ; R *" silt * n «i council for months. Previously charge of local arrangements. : a [ , te Monday meeting." Council- >P the pk*K\*ss canopy when, that portion of K.rkman was A-l A native of New Orleans, Mr. i mRn Isrca l LaFleur had intro- a companion accidentally fired a; residential. Cumminss had lived in L eke ! ^ ICC{ j an ordinance providing for I detonating device, in the cockpit, i Unrlcr tne provisions of the orcl- Charles for 14 years and was a ; f rec parking on Thursdays andi imance adopted Monday, the af- member of St. Henry's Catholic Fridays, but the ordinance was! The ™P Iosion nurled wHcnjfected area is Kirkman, from church. He had been associated | dc f ca ( e( j against the aircraft. He suffered i College to within 200 feet of with the Louisiana Rating and; \ V h cn the ordinance came up: a skull fracture and \vasin criti-iSchool street on the west side, zoi-ifng and the council's sc* it ion would be consistent with the ; formre policy of the zoning com• mission. | Vote on the zoning change passed 5-2. Councilmen Jeff? Hartess and A. J. (Tnbby) Lyons opposed the change. : Ktrkman street is now comtnef- 'cial ftom Tenth street to School street. The council'* decision in favor of the ordinance brought a round of applause from spectators at Monday's meeting. Fire Prevention J'cars. bureau for 34 f or "Cummings of Algiers. DISCA SAVANT SR. KINDER iSpU — Disca Sa- r discussion. LaFleur presented' , conr ] it j ori a t a hospital here !, and from 20 ? fcet SOUlh of Co1 ' a petition with 29 signatures fa- • C ° l1f ""° n nosp ' lal Allege to 200 feet north of School .. Surviving nve his wile, Mrs. voring his proposal. Eight of the i Robert L. Freeman. 14. escaped on the east side of Kirkman. The r.arner Cummings of Lake 2 g signers were downtown busi-'harm. i depth on both sides is 200 feet. Charles- one son, Timothy Cum- nessmen i Tne Z0nin 8 commission had rec- jnincs of Lake Charles: his moth- LaFleur said many of the city's Maj. Gen. Robert H. Warren, lommended the area remain tin- er Mrs Nellie Cumminps of Al- parking meters were not bringing academy superintendent, ordered der the A-l classification. Coun•giers: and one sister, Miss Rita in enollg h revenue to justify their; an investigation to determine why cilman R. E. (Dick) Watson said " .... i ex j S ( enc - e _ He proposed some me-1 the canopy device had not been ! other portions of Kirkman had lers be transferred to Enterprise!removed or disarmed. 'been zoned commercial under boulevard and Railroad avenue. Some council members said LaFleur's petition was not a suf- — . . j- j ficienl sampling and requested -vant. 64, of Route 2. Kinder died )hat Mayor A)frcd Robcrts c 0 n . 'a! 6:55 a.m. today in his home ^ fl survey of a n downtown! following a three-week illness businessmen to get their opinion ; Funeral services will be held in : on kjng meler ^^^ the Indian Village Pentecostal when ^Plcur realized his ordi- church at a time to be announced nanrc djd nol rcall ide fof • hicr hy the Ardoin funeral home what he said he wan[cd hc vot . ?t Kinder. . Burial will be in (he Indian Vil- 'iaee cemetery. , Mr. Savant, a retired farmer. 'was a member of the Indian Vil- ^ .lage Pentecostal church and a life-; Enterprise'boiiievard 'from "Broad long resident of the Kinder area.; , 0 Railroac ) avenue and on Rail . . Survivors are his wife. Mrs. Ls-; road avcnue from Enterpr i se \ 0 lelle F. Savant of Kinder: s ' ^ : Hodscs street sons, Ellis and Elzie Savant, both : -of Kinder, Jim Savant of Wisconsin. Frank Savant of Iowa, La., -Lud Savant of Lake Charles, and "Disca Savant Jr. of Michigan; two .daughters. Mrs. Allie Palmer of 3owa. La., and Mrs. Joyce Packson of Kinder; two brothers. ;Amada and Joe Savant, both of Kinder; one sister. Mrs. Alodie •Nugent of Kinder; 25 grandchil- __ 'dren and four great-grandchildren, builder who devised "a home buiid- \ inp assembly line and pioneered i I mass produced poswtar housing: j in the eastern part of the nation. ! died Monday. His firm, Levitt and I iSons. built an estimated 60.000 i homes. He was born in Brooklyn. : Widow of Former Secretary Dies HOUSTON, Tex. (AP) - Mrs. Jesse H. Jones, 90, widow of the I 1 wartime secretary of commerce and publisher of the H o u,s t o n | 'Chronicle, died Monday. One of , Texas' most noted philanthropists,' Mrs. Jones and her late husband 1 founded Houston Endowment Inc., iin 1938 for educational, religious and other charitable undertakings. Jones died in 1956. 12 Seeking Beauty Title At Oakdale OAKtMLE <SpU~fweIve Oakdale high school jtmfor atid senior girls wffl tte for the tftle of ''Miss Oafcdale" In a beauty contest set for Thursday, September 6 at the Oakdale high school auditorium. The contest is being sponsored by the Oakdale Business and Professional Women's club and is a prelude to the Allen Parish Fair Beauty Pageant which will take place during the festivities of October 3-6. The winner of the Oakdale contest will be named Miss Oakdale; first runner-up Dutchess of Oakdale and, second runner-up, Countess of Oakdale. All three titled winners will compete in the Miss Allen Parish Pair contest, according to Mrs. Johnny Strother, president of the BPW. The contestants are Dixie Seals, Claudia Hudgins, Lynn Wilson, Susie Hrornadka, Linda Sullivan, Sherry Crow. Charlotte .Towers, Pat Crawford, Jane Crawford, Susie Wilson, Pat Taylor and Grade' Gilley. The beauties will be judged in | formal attire for beauty and inj costtmtes for their talents. I Lennie Fontenot Grand Knight Of Oberlin KC OBERLIN (Spl.) - Lonnie Fontenot is the newly-installed grand knight of Oberlin Council No. 3353 Knights of Columbus. Other officers are D. C. Reed Jr., deputy grand knight; Ernest Moore, chancellor; Benniel Fuse- licr. warden, Albert Karam, recording secretary; John Cronan, financial secretary: Joe Karam, treasurer; Percy Monceau.x, advocate; Leon Durio, inside guard; Irvin Bass, outside guard; E. J. Hance, lecturer; and A. E. Dar- 'bonne, three year trustee. D. C. Reed is general program chairman. Other chairmen are Cammie Guillory, Catholic activity; Percy L. Monceatix, council activity: Joseph W. Ftmilier, public relations: Eugene Fruge, youth activity- Arrel J. Carrier, fraternal activity; and John F. Cronan. membership and insurance activity. Eugene Frnge was named "Knight of the Month" for August for his outstanding work with youth. SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ARRANGED fcf PTtONfi Arrange your loan bf utione. Pick np the cdgb it yftflf convenience No CO-fttfnera. Sam« day service. J4-M«n»h f>tart YOU Get Me. Pmt. 1 80.00 - t 5.00 t 413.00 - 434.00 J 751.M - $41.00 $ M4.00 - $51.00 $1007.00 - S5JM . Above paym«nti melurt* ALL DIAL FINANCE CO. Dial 433-9426 MS RYAN ST. M-Mfmlh Pten You 0«t Mo. Pmf. $1155.04 - «J.W »1 345.00 - MI.M $1355.00 - $7«.W 11W.M - $78.08 $1505.00 $83.00 ed with other members to kill his ordinance. He plans to introduce another ordinance which will transfer low- revenue meters from downtown to ! Meanwhile the downtown s u r- i vey was planned to determine j whether or not free parking would j be allowed on some days. Postwar Housin Leader is Dead MANHASSET. N. Y. (AP) Abraham Levitt, 82, millionaire Red Force Sent Into Cuba, Group Says in N. Y. NEW YORK <Api-The Cuban ^Revolutionary Council claimed ^knowledge of the arrival in Cuba of 5.000 Communist soldiers and • •five Soviet ships loaded with modern armament. Tot Is Fatally i Injured by Car ; HOUMA. La. (AP) — Five-year! old Belinda Ann Desolice darted in front of a car Monday and was The council, an anti-Castro or-, family injured, ganizalion. did not cite any source '• The accident occurred in nearby •for its information. The council's; Chauvin. She died several hours statement was issued Monday by •a New York City publicity firm. , Council President Jose Miro Cardona said the purported arriv- r al of the troops and armaments "constitutes a positive Soviet invasion of the island." later in Terrebonne General Hos"Old at 40,50,60?" Man, Get Wise! Pep Up Thousands me peppy »t 70! So, If you feel weak, low in energy, "old" at 40, SO or 60, quit blaming it on »ge. If you want to feel youncer, try pstrex Tonic Tablets at once, jit In Bahia Felix, Chile, rain falls an average of 325 days a year... „. . . But Iquique, Chile, farther north, | ^^W^f^^ 1 ^ .OnCC Went 14 VearS Without any ca»"bein? old". Puts pep in both sezes. Try Tain at all Ostrex-tcrl peppy, rounder. 8-day "get- Tdin 31 311. I icquainted" itze costs little. All druggirti. CONSIDER THESE FACTS THEN YOU BE THE JUDGE! 1. At 67 and in excellent health, Judge Fournet, when re-elected, will serve until 1970. The people will then elect his succssor. '1. This full eight year term is longer than the term of any President, Senator, Congressman, Governor, or any local elected official. 3. Judge Fournet has 23 years' experience on our Supreme Court and has received wide acclaim for his progressive leadership in the highest judicial office in our State. 4. ( In his 14 years of practice as a lawyer, Judge Fournet's opponent has not »rgued a single case before the Supreme Court. 5. As former Speaker of the House, former Leutenant- Governor, and as a Judge, Judge Fournet is identified with programs and decisions which benefit school children, teachers, working men. small businessmen, veterans, homeowners and all other citizens in every walk of life. RE-ELECT No. 19 JOHN II. [IlllliUI CHIEF JUSTICE SUPREME COURT John B. roiunet political Ad We enjoy real comfort all year 'round, thanks to our electric heat pump" ... says Mrs. William E. Hall, 2512 4th Ave., lake Charles "And our total electric bill averages just $24.81 a month" The Hall's 2300-square.foot total electric Gold Medallion Home. For an average monthly electric bill of only $24.81* Ihcy enjoy electric cooling: and heating:, electric kitchen, electric laundry, electric water heating, plenty of good lighting — many other electrical helpers. •Bill* vary according fo fhe size of homes, families and habits, of course. Buf w/io/evtr your need*, e/ecfric/fy is still today's best buy. "We couldn't be more pleased with the way our electric heat pump cools and heats," Mrs. Hall told us. "We never have any dampness or mildew, and the house stays so clean! The heat pump both cools and heats, and it switches from one to the other automatically, as the weather requires, "Whenever we've been away and return to a stuffy, loo.JioJ or loo-cold house, we lurn on the heal pump and in only about 10 minutes our home is really comfortable again!" More than 3200 families served by Gulf States already enjoy heat pump cooling and heating. If you're planning to build, buy or remodel, remember, a flameless electric heat pump could help your family live better, For information, call your Gulf States office or your heat pump dealer. GULF STATES UTILITIES COMPANY Tht Flomelen gltctrlc Heat Pomp Teday'i bt$t ytar-round air-conditioning BARGAIN

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