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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 45

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, August 22, 1962
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»l Lions Plan Camp Benefit Street Drive A street collection for the Lions Crippled Children's camp at Lees- vine has been set for August 31 and September 1 by the Lake Charles Hi-Noon and Evening Lions clubs. : Chairman R. L. Ward made the announcement at the Tuesday meeting of the club. Robert W. Ferguson, senior chemist at the local Hercules Powder company, was the guest speaker at Tuesday's meeting. Ferguson's talk dealt with polypropylene and its varied uses. Life memberships in the Lions League for Crippled Children FORECAST Until Friday M*rnin t Show Uw T*rop*fatwre* were presented to G. G. Buchanan, club president, C. W. Adams, past president and Wes Me- Pherson, program chairman. Alcee Maxfield, past international director, made the presentations and said proceeds from the life memberships were being ^sed t6 make capital improvements at the Leesville camp. He said five buildings had been completed at the camp because of the success of the program. Perfect attendance pins were presented to 35 club members who had a perfect record during the past year. Three new members inducted into the club Tuesday were Nor- THURS., AUGUST 23,1962, Ufce Charles Affierfcafi " " GAU3RY OP SKI MEGEVE, France (WNS> A ski school in this Alpine village has 65 male instructors. Their enlarged photos are posted in the reception room and women students can choose their teachers from the photos. Stolen Paintings Are Recovered buildings for Lake Charles city schools, John D. Greathouse, area representative for Standard Brass company, and William Haskins, manager of Meads Bakery. TOULON, France fAP)—A rou- police search for members j of the anti-De Gaulle Secret Army j Wednesday turned up two paintings stolen in July 1961 from a Cannes art gallery. Popcorn Machine Gets Revenge for faugh Homing KANSAS CITY, &TO. (AP> Nothing happened when Aaron Albert Clack, 11, dropped a com into a popcorn vending machine at a self-service laundry Wednesday. i Aaron slapped the machine a couple of times on its side. s> IF nothing happened. He stuck his left hand in the chute wherp -e popcorn is supposed to come out. Two fingers became tangled rt the blades of a rotor which is supposed to feed popcorn into the chute. Police dismantled the machine and freed Aron. He was treated at a hospital for cuts and severs burns on the fingers. NATIONAL WEATHER By Tha Associated Press High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 72 M Albuquerque, clear 82 58 Atlanta, clear ....87 69 Bismarck, cloudy 90 62 Boise, clear 75 45 Boston, clear 70 55 Buffalo, clear 75 47 Chicago, cloudy 80 70 Cleveland, clear 77 57 Denver, clear 88 55 .01 Des Molnes, cloudy 96 74 Detroit, clear 78 58 Fairbanks, rain 6< 51 T Fort Worth, clear 98 78 Helena, rain 63 47 .75 Honolulu, clear 87 75 Indianapolis, clear 88 72 Juneau, rain 56 541.35 Kansas City, clear 100 79 Los Angeles, cloudy 80 62 Louisville, clear 92 67 Memphis, clear 95 72 .06 Miami, cloudy 88 83 Milwaukee, cloudy 80 67 Mpls., St. Paul, cloudy 80 70 1.08 New Orleans, cloudy 89 73 i New York, clear 77 58 Oklahoma City clear 99 73 Omaha, cloudy 91 69 Philadelphia, cloudy 80 .0 Phoenix, clear 103 78 Pittsburgh, clear 81 57 Portland, Me., clear 72 53 .10 Portland, Ore., clear 75 54 Rapid city, cloudy 89 54 .71 Richmond, clear 84 60 St. Louis, clear 92 67 Salt Lake City, clear 90 51 San Diego, cloudy 74 63 San Francisco, cloudy 67 57 Seattle, clear 70 54 Tampa, cloudy 90 71 1.43 Washington, clear 88 64 M—Missing; T—Trace. THUNDERSHOWERS — Showers and scattered ihundershowers are expected tonight from the central Rockies through the central Great Plains and upper Mississippi valley to the upper Great Lakes region. It will be warmer in the northern Atlantic stales and Great Lakes region and cooler in the Rockies, the Great Plains and the upper Mississippi valley. (AP Wirephoto). committee; Robert B. Nichols, school awards; Owen Bailey, child welfare; Noram Herrington, boys state; and Dr. 0. S. Holli* day, rehabilitation and Parish Day government. Paul Harlow was appointed assistant adjutant. LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLES AREA WEATHER Temperature today (t a.m.) ..... . ..... I! Minimum today (5 a.m.) .............. 74 Maximum yesterday (2 p.m.) .......... 90 Relative Humidity (9 a.m.) ............ 77 Rainfall today ... ............ . ...... None Rainfall yesterday ............... . ...... 30 Sunset today ................... 6:46 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow .............. 5:45 a.m. Sea level pressure (t a.m.) .......... 30.00 FALL HANDBAGS Back to school crowd choice! Convenient size with sturdy brass frame ... In Patents, Lizards and Calf. . . . Many other colors, styles and sizes to choose from. I * , >> plus tax Allen ASCS Hires Workers For the Summer OBERLIN (Spl.) - The Allen parish Agriculture Stabilization and Conservation committee paid over $2,000 to special summer enr'oycs. it has announced. The committee hired five local residents !o assist in measuring acreage of parish farms. The total salaries paid by the committee was $2,432. The workers were hired May 15 and worked through. June 31,'the ASCS office said!' The measurements are made to! determine if "farmers are within | their allotments established by the government. DeRidder Legion Committee Meets DERIDDER (Spl.) - The executive committee of the Beauregard American Legion Post No 27 met Monday night to 1 a j plans for the coming year. William F. McMillian, pos commander, appointed the fol lowing committee chairman George Houston, oratorical con test; C. C. Welborn, Americanism Tide* today: High, 11:41 p.m.. 1.6. Tomorrow: Low, 6:59 a.m., 1.1; 7:30 a.m., 1.1; Lew, S p.m., -0.5. sure FLEISCHMANN'S VODKA FLEISCHMANN'S GIN For crisp, bright martinis with that clean, clean, clean taste! For subtle martinis —dry and light- thoroughly tamed to your taste! FIEISCHMANN'S GIN-90 PROOF • DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN • FLEISCHMANN'S VODKA-80 PROOF DISTILLED FROM AMERICAN GRAIN • THE FLEISCHMANN DISTILLING CORP., N.Y.C. * and BUILDING MATERIALS Whether you're planning to build a new fiome, remodel or repair, let us help you with your needs. 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