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DEATHS Baltimore Scene Of Racial Violence J. H. PERKINS LEESVILLE (Spl.) - Funeral services for Joseph Homer Per- Rv Tnf , ASSOC1A11ED |» RESS kins, 47, will be hold at 2 p.m. ; ' Sunday in the Canaan Baptist A Negro boy was injured during church with Rev. Clark Heard and a brief outburst of racial violence Rev. Kenneth Dickson officiating, at a south Baltimore swimming Burial will be in the Beach | pool where officers used police Grove cemetery at Anacoco under i dogs and cruisers to keep an an- tion, said the woman. Vearsie Johnson, made arrangements for LOCAL WEATHER , AUGUST 25, 1962, U*t Orftffi* Africa* Nil 1 I . --.-..- - - - ---^ ----- ---!-» "- -—— -. -^ Ll^-^Ais^mi.^-^ ||p 1 LAKE CHARLES AREA WEATHER Temperature fodoy (» o.m.) -JJ Minimum fbdoy (4 o.m.) n Meximum yesterday (« p.m.) » direction -of Hixson funeral home of Leesville. Masonic services will be held at the graveside. Mr. Perkins died at 5 p.m. Friday. He was a member of Old Anacoco Lodge No. 147 F&AM, Or gry crowd of several hundred white persons at a distance. The child received a face cut during a short scuffle when ringleaders attacked 2(5 Negro boys as they left the Riverside Park i pool where they had been taking the "reverse freedom ride" for I 8S±? RSSl*" ".":!":! herself, her husband, and their two children. They are due in Hyannis Port on a bus (Greyhound) at midnight Sunday. At Raleigh, Gov. Terry Sanford of North Carolina said he will name a committee to work out differences in the current wave of attempts to break down racial barriers in restaurants and some public facilities. The governor He was assistant fire chief at Fort Police intervened quickly and • r.i . . j . pumiv lav.iiiiit'O* AH\* gwvi.iii\si ange Lodge Eastern Star and Vnr- part in a city-sponsored swim- said hc hag conferred wit h i ea d non Chapter No. _5l of Lee.wlle. j ming program'Friday. ^ _., ers of both races the past few clays and is convinced that "the use of force will only complicate matters" in dealing with the problem. Polk. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Lois James Perkins; one son, Dwain Perkins of Leesville; one daughter, Miss DeLain Perkins of T/^esville; his parents, Mr. and the children left the park under an escort of more than two dozen officers. Outside the park officers blocked off the crowd and prevented people from following the youngsters. Ramfoli today Rainfall yesterday Sunset today «:« Sonrls* tomorrow 5:« J.m Sea level pressure (> a.m.) 30.01 Tides today: Law, 5:53 p.m. .5. Tomorrow: High, l.W a.m., 1.8; LOW, 8:10 a.m., 1.9; High, 9:52 a.m., 1.3. NATIONAL WEATHER child. Cooling Rains Bring Relief to Most of Texas By The Associated Press Crisp air accompanied by drought-relieving rains swept into Texas Friday blunting the threat Of an extended dry period Mrs. Trouard is the widow of j s t a t e police detectives and other that already had left much of Tex- thc late Ferdinand Trouard of! officers investigating a shotgun --'•«-—• ' '-Lake Charles. blast fired at a Lake Providence, Mrs. Afrcd Perkins of Lcesville; I Baltimore's acting mayor, Philone brother, James R. Perkins of ip H. Goodman, said afterward Nederland, Texas; and one grand- he was satisfied police did their job properly at the park. He said "public pools are public property and open to all." The incident climaxed days of racial tension at the pool. On n previous occasion a police escort a resident of 1413 Geiffers street, j W as needed to get the Negroes died at 5 a.m. today at a local | sa fely through the park. Police rest home following a long illness, j sa jd many white persons followed Arrange mcnts will be an- j the youngsters through the streets nounced later by Burkc-Hammer j taunting and cursing them. MRS. LITA TROUARD Mrs. Lita Landry Trouard, 74, funeral home. FBI agents joined Louisiana She is survived by one son, La., Negro who has been active in as without rain for nearly two months. By early Saturday the cool air had spread into the central portion of the state accompanied by Willis Trouard of Lake Charles; ; th c East Carroll Parish civil t h r e o daughters, Mrs. Dosty rights controversy. Spell and Mrs. Russell Roy Jr., : The Rev. John Henry Scott told { heavy showers. both of Lake Charles, and Mrs. j officers someone drove alongside | Rain fell on an area bounded Milton Thibodcaux of B r c a u x i his car Wednesday night and fired by a line from Del Rio to Waco THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By The Associated Press High Low Pr Albany, deer n 54 Albuquerque, clear 90 61 Atlanta, cleor .'. 84 «4 Bismarck, clear 84 49 Boise, clear 8? M Boston, cloudy 74 Buffalo, cloudy 84 65 Chicago, rain 94 *T .19 Cleveland, clear 9J 70 Denver, clear 76 51 Des Molnes, clear 71 54 .36 Detroit, clear 87 74 Fairbanks, cloudy «1 49 Fort Worth, cloudy 101 72 .« • Helena, clear B2 48 | Honolulu, clear 86 76 ' Indianapolis, rain 89 68 .181 Juneau, rain 53 51 .041 Kansas City, clear 81 59 .10 Los Angeles, cleor 85 67 Louisville, cloudy 93 70 Memphis, cloudy 91 70 .87 Milwaukee, rain 87 62 1.38 Mpls., SI. Paul, clear 70 49 New Orleans, cloudy 88 73 .01 New York, cloudy 76 64 Oklahoma City, clear 83 61 Omaha, clear 74 51 Philadelphia, clear 78 54 Phoenix, clear 108 70 Pittsburgh, cloudy 85 58 Portland, Me., clear 75 56 Portland, Ore., clear 86 58 Rapid City, clear 80 50 Richmond, clear 82 57 St. Louis, cloudy 90 66 1.26 Salt Lake City, clear 84 52 San Diego, cloudy 78 63 San Francisco, cloudy 66 54 Seattle, cloudy 80 53 Tampa, cloudy 89 72 .02 Washington, clear 82 64 RANCH STYLE HOME — In this rambling ranch style home built by Sparky Myers, local designer and builder, a monochromatic color scheme of brown is employed. Located at 2402 Fifth avenue, this home offers the housewife all the modern conveniences with a built-in wall oven, a divider-counter between kitchen and dining areas containing a built-in range, and a dishwasher. The division of bedrooms from the living area of the home allows occupants seclusion from activity in the living area, or allows activity to continue while members of the family sleep in relative quiet. (Photo By Burl Vincent). .05 Particular Needs of Buyer Reflected in Home's Design Bridge; the sisters, Mrs. A1 i c e; a s hot into it. Scott, who was Landry and Mrs. Blanche S o n-1 not hurt, said thc shooting near nicr; 'and two brothers, Alfonse * Lake Providence occurred be- just south of Lufkin to Beaumont, just north of Cotulla to Del Rio. This was the same crawling Landry and Rhoul Landry, all of; ca usc of his efforts to get Ne- cold 'front that stirred up turbu- Brcaux Bridge: and 12 grandchil-! grocs in the parish on thc voting lence in parts of Texas Friday, clrcn and drcn. nine grcat-grandchil-! ro lcs. Two Officials Of Loan Firm Are Indicted MIAMI, Fla. (AP) — A federal grand jury has indicted Leon and Norman Gradsky and two other persons on fraud charges in connection with the operation of a Miami small loan company. William Green, administrator of the Securities and Exchange Commission's Atlanta office, an ,\ Negro couple and their two children left New Orleans Friday night for Hyannis Port, Mass., one-way bus tickets paid for by thc Greater New Orleans Citizens Council. George Singelmann, a director of the pro-segregation organiza- Bobby's Dog In Limelight Once Again Finance Chief In Ceylon Quits In Budget Fuss COLOMBO, Ceylon 'AP) - Thc i strongman in the Cabinet of Cey- pulting a large part of North Central and Northeast Texas under a severe thunderstorm forecast for 6 hours to 8 p.m. Rains fell across a wide swath of North Texas. Heavy rains raked the Dallas- Ion's woman prime minister an Fort Worth area snarling traffic nounced his resignation today af- and knocking down trees and pow-1 ter withdrawing a controversial er lines. Some minor flooding oc-ibudget proposal, curred. Official rainfall meas-' urcd 1.35 inches within an hour. "We used to build houses to suit j tures in the foyer, kitchen-dining the contractor, but today we have | areai an d f am ily room, to build them to suit the buyer," ' saie Sparky Myers, local house designer. Thc living room is centrally lo- The storm followed a high of 101 degrees in Dallas at 3:15 p.m. with the passage of a squall line extending northeastward from the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Finance Minister Felix Dias cated, straight back from the Myers was speaking of his lat- foyer and parallel to the family cst creation, the rambling ranch- j style home at 2402 Fifth avenue, j He said, "I have tried to utilize every available space in the home, and I believe it to be good livable space." The home contains central air conditioning with minimum window space. The kitchen offers every modern convenience with a built-in wall oven, a divider-counter between dining and kitchen area containing built-in range and a dishwasher. Myers employed for both interior and exterior finishes a mono- room. A rear exit from the living room opens onto the back covered-porch bordering the rear of the double garage. From the left side, the living room offers a view of a jungle Parking Lot Tops Permits for Week Bandaranaike told Parliament he chromatic color scheme of gave in his aunt, Prime Minister Sirmavo Bandaranaikee. He said quit because he was unable to find a way to raise money to WASHINGTON (AP) — Brumas is back in the act again. Brumas is a large—very large, iHiunced return of the indictments indeed — black Newfoundland dog Friday. belonging to Atty. Gen. Robert F. Also indicted were Norman Hc-1 Kennedy. man and Ray Eiscnman. a wora-i Brumas steals scenes with the i ' energetic savoir-faire of a maslitt Green said the four \verejdemolishingaT-bonc. Train Fire Is Rushed To Firemen cover the rice subsidy which he i had tried to reduce in his new bud- , With thc proposal to reduce the i subsidy eliminated from the bud- iget, Parliament passed the bud- 1 get 83-70 at the end of a 19-hour •session. browns, sliding from a dark Venetian brown to a light beige. For exterior walls, a red-brown Roman brick veneer is used. White window-s h u 11 e r s are trimmed with Venetian brown, the eaves with dark red. Left of the front entrance is a white plyboard paneling with quarter-inch grooves running vertically. This paneling is carried i over into the foyer with a dark ! brown finish. Outstanding in construction this week according to the Office of the City Building Inspector is the new $22,270 parking lot being installed for Lake Charles Memorial hospital. The parking lot, to be constructed by Bartley, Inc., will be concrete with lights. Persons taking out building permits and types of construction are: Mrs. Agenes LeDoux, 424 Hodges street, reroof residence, $150. Van Andrus, 513 Reid street, re- roof residence, $260. Jack Pecorino 117 East street, install cabinets, $170. garden bordered on the far side by the master-bedroom extending off the left wing of the rambling ranch home. The bedrooms are accessible through a hall leading left from the foyer. The a c c e s s-hall is floored with six-inch squares of oak which are carried over into three of the four bedrooms. Upon entering the access hall there is a bath to the right which contains a large linen close' fo the left and a built-in lavatory Giovanni street, build residence,; | eft ccnter ; Bordering the far wail 1800 square feet. J. R. Mirl, 3912 Vanderbilt street, addition to residence, 750 square feet. Emile LaFleur, 1413 Clover street, close carport, $548. Dr. R. C. Looney, 1612 Ninth street, 416 square feet. Edward Goellner, 900 Pujo street, remodel residence, $900. Roy Stout, 809 Falls street, repairs to residence, $150. Hazard's Conoco Service station, 3234 Ryan street, $225. Vincent Carona, 1431 P r i e n Lake road, repair storage shed, $50. Preston I. Coe, 720'i Live Oak j Hebert and Hayes, 2125 Hodges slrect, siding on residence, $980. j street, hang signs, $25. an. HAGERSTOWN, Md. (AP)—The, The finance minister's resigna-. The foyer is floored with four- firemen didn't go to the fire— they sat down and waited for the charged with falsely telling buy- On Friday Bnimas upstaged an ers they could get 12 and 15 per associate justice of Uie Supreme * come ^ ^ cent interest rates on promissory; t-ourl, a new assistant attorney, notes of Inter-City Finance Corp.!general, and his master, in steal-j T |,j s j s now ji happened: Norman Gradsky. of Melbourne jtafi U» show at a swearmg,n; ^ ^ ^ ^ uri roSrifondav^ii Short A. Schlci, 33-year-old |road train caught fire Friday UlUIt cH UlldllUU lUUIKUty IU iU ' i . /• ... »i_..iu Ti-ll.. ! nKniit cnimn milnc cnllth (if Vlpl'p in prison for mail fraud, l * al , North Holly- i about seven miles south of here. s- - Ul mUUlLL Hum i>ui ui nvmj f , • «-• o rccdvcd two VC-. n cach^ood. Calif., was being sworn in But the Williamsport, Md., fire • importing rice and other ncccssi o 1 con? I™ nUim as assistant attorney general by department ran out of water while ; ties. C^sTL^S oUcrs were. Associate Justice John Marshall i fighting a series of brush fires j Oiadsky and cipu ouicis \\cic Kennedy's office Hie car left behind and could not convicted last month of mail Iraud "uilan in Kennedy s oiucc - Ytir mm=h .UP firn on thp train . . i ...„ • . TH• i-p u-linn IIP nparlv three- CMinguisn inc uiu on int. iidin. in a scheme to cheat 180 investors lwltc NUlcn 111L , ,°, " score witnesses applauded, Bru- lion is expected to lead to a re- j inch ceramic tile squares of a va- vision of Mrs. Bandarainaike's ricly of browns, laid in a random cabinet. pattern. , ii- ,u u i i { T ° l ' le "Sht of the foyer is in a speech closing the budget, (hc kRchcn and dini area with debate Bandaranaike said fman- access to thc [amj] nQm m den cial reforms were necessary. lhis |A doub i e . gara g c extends off the island nation of 10 million people j rcaf of the famj| room at thc T. A. Combre, 1215 Mill street, $275. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Meeker, 901 Henry Perkins, 318 Louisiana street, build carport, 128 square feel. is a combination shower and bath tub. The floor is of one-half-inch ceramic tile squares of shade." of brown. The walls are of six-inch beige squares half way up. Two bedrooms border the front of the home. A Ihird is located left center. The master-bedroom is secluded in the far left corner of the home. It features beige carpeting and light beige colored walls. A small complete bath adjoins the master- bedroom featuring salt-and-pepper ceramic tile walls. All bedrooms feature closets with sliding doors, ample storage space and shoe racks. Recessed lighting fixtures are featured in the left wing of the home. out of approximately $600,000. They were officers and employes o[ 'the c romped along the front row, 11; \JiiivtiJ unu vini/ivj^-j . i . i •! defunct Credit Finance'wildly wagging his enormous tail in approval. He also nuzzled Har- "Gradskv's wife, Mrs. B. j.j Ian and sprawled on Uie floor like Gradsky," was given a suspended .a bear rug so lhat Schlei s children—Anne, 9, Bill, 7, and An- Suprcme Court drew. 2-could pel him. A fire department from Hagerstown was summoned, but when it arrived where the train had been, the car was gone. Railroad officials had ordered it towed to Hagerstown. After trying vainly to catch up last February r convict i o n 'Hainan complimented Schlei i to the car-even taking shortcuts ciab today but could p of "tremendous ability." across bumply .'ields in the fire opened by court order. co t on i M spni on ' . . i o en e,z aTeeze^But wilh a stern look at his 100- engines-the firefighter, returned enncd sa ' ™ 1S l ° Haerstown hooked u then has been living with a deficit and, right . rcar corner o[ thc homc . The kitchen and family room, arc divided from the rest of the i home by an early American ! decor. The kitchen walls are cov- J ei-ed with a vinyl fabric designed with water- and tca-pilchers. A blanched fruil wood is used for the family room walls, continuing Ihe brown color scheme used Ihroughout the homc. Both family room and kitchen yield a clear view of the park on the north side of thc home. The 'early American decor is also exemplified in the light fix- Voting Records Are Closed to Federal Probers BRANDON, Miss. (AP)-Rankin County voter registration records j remained closed to federal officials today but could possibly be from his Insured Savings and ! P"«"d P ct ' Kenncd y sa 'f- ™ 1S lu ° Hagerstown hooked up 1IUI11 Illft IIIMIIUU juvillj^o tm« i : , _. Loan Association, closed by the"* the last swcanng-in hat Biu, . ; mas is going to attend. state. hoses near the tracks and wait \ about 30 minutes until the 'flaming Greece Joins In European Market Block BRUSSELS. Belgium <AP)- Grecce will become an associate member of thc European Common Market Nov. 1 under an agreement made here Friday. Greece is the first country to associate with the six-nation Common Market, now composed ot France, Germany, Italy, Belgium, Holland and Luxembourg. Brumas first landed in the news i car arrived. The blazc Clerk J. R. Bradshaw \ refused Friday lo let government! investigators inspect county records. parlment of Justice escorted by a pretty secretary. arrival. Republicans quickly took him as a symbol of what they called "the dog days on the New Frontier" and threw a parly where all hands ang "How much is lhat doggie in Bad Thunderstorm Forces Plane to Make Landing Hoover Finds Pencil Stub Aids Writing i two FBI agents met Bradshaw and asked for open records for photographing. Slate Sen. John Laurin of Brandon, attorney for Bradshaw, refused the request after Churchill said he had no court order requiring opening the records for inspection. DEVOE for at a later Greece. NEW YORK (AP) — Former President Herbert Hoover says hc has found a way to eliminate excess wordage in writing books— YAZOO CITY, Miss. (AP) — A;use a pencil stub. Physicians at Harkness Pavilion where Hoover, 88, is under- full membership forjgency landing at the Yazoo City!going a routine physical checkup, ' Airport during a severe thunder-! sa jd the former president spends Thc agreement provides only j Delta Airlines DC-7 with 57 pus-; r T a customs uiiion bill is aimed | sengers aboard made an emer-; lj 0 i In Athens, officials said lhat under the agreement all Greek products except some agricultural goods will benefit from tariff and quota cuts. Greece will have 22 years lo drop her customs barriers on products coming in from (he Common Market countries before she becomes a full memeber. Burma Speeding MandalayRoad storm Friday night. much of his lime working on Capl Ralph Bucld, the pilot, '• manuscripts for two books he is said a tailwind apparently at- , writing—one on fishing and the fecled Uie craft's inslrumenls. I oilier dealing with history. Orleans Sending More Riders to Hyannis Port NEW ORLEANS (AP)-A Negro couple and their two children left Friday night for Hyannis Port, Mass., on one-way bus tickets paid for by the New Orleans Citizens Council. George Singelmann, a director of the pro-segregation organiza- There were no injuries. The plane; A hospital spokesman said tion, said thc woman, Vearsie was out ot Chicago and was flying lo Jackson and New Orleans after a stop at Memphis. Powerful Drinks Assist Robber Hoover lold him he uses Ihe pen- Johnson, made arrangements for cil stub in his writing because! the reverse freedom ride for her"it prevents verbosity." j self . her husband, Felix, and their Hoover entered the hospital last I two children. Monday for a series of tesls ex- They are due in Hyannis Port peeled to be compleled Monday, on a bus al midnight Sunday. RANGOON, Burma (AP) DETROIT, Mich. (AP) — Esau -Bur-; Lumpford told Wayne County slier-, ma's Revolutionary Council ap-j ifr , g deputies lhat while en route | pointed a seven-man ™inmillce j t hi home in subu rban Taylor Friday to press ahead with long-1 f delayed plans Inr a new 400-mile -'township, he picked up a hitch-; road to Mandalay. hiker and accepted three drinks j Half tin' estimated $'><> million of what he was told was moon-; cost of I lie road will be borne by shine whisky, the United States. The present When he awoke, he said, he road is narrow and in poor eon- found someone had stolen his auto i diliun, hampering the economic, wheels and tires, his billfold and development of the Jrrawaddyj$4 and his $82 pay check, wrist Valley. watch and shoes. There IS a difference in home loans. To save money and time on home financing be sure to talk to us. (IRST FEDERAL, SAVINGS LOAN ASSOCIAHON LAKE CHARL£S S35 KtRBY - SULPHUR OFFICC M W. ttAPOUON ALL-WEATHER HOUSE PAINT wilh DKVKAI, </((H/(/»'-;inil«Tl.s mill brnnlilics \in,i hiinif. Modern chemistry's improvement on the original 2-coat s>ys- tem, SUPER ALL-WliATHHR HOUSE PAINT, contains ihe special ingredient, DEVRAL, that fights blistering, peeling or cracking. The self-cleansing second coat is highly resistant to wind, rain, sleet, snosv, dust and sun. Ilirr lUOU coin,i jar .uiur it'tection u if/i I/if m:\oK LIUIUIIV OK COLONS 40 I'cr Gal. Per €}t. Krause & Managan, Inc, "Hume of quality Building Materials & UeVoe J'aiut" 209 S. Kyau St. li£ 8*3666 FAIR PLAY for AMERICANS COMMITTEE The members of the above committee do hereby submit this public statement of principles, since they believe there are many others who share their views. In an effort to revitalize the basic truths that "Eternal vigilance is the price of freedom" and that "All that is necessary for evil men to succeed, is for good men to do nothing;," the Fair Play for Americans Committee was conceived. Without officers, directors or by-laws, tne principal purpose of the Commiteee is to remind Americans of thc basic freedoms guaran teed us under thc Constitution and Bill of Rights; and to be ever watchful of any force, regardless of purpose, which may attempt to take away or lisuit our freedoms. We, the members of the committee, are dedicated to the belief that all of us should join hands to protect our rights and freedoms fr om any internal force which might seek to destroy or limit them. The Committee's keen awareness of the importance of "Government by the People" coupled with its deep concern over the ever- increasing encroachment of thc Federal Government into the realms of States' Rights and the individaal rights of American citizens, causes it to sound tins warning: All of us should be vigilant to recognize any and all moves to transfer power from Thc States and The People to the Federal Government. Thc Committee firmly believes that any such transfer of power endangers the freedom of every Ameriran. With the above basic principles in mind, the Fair Play for Americans Committee comes to the aid of Lake Charles educator, Rex II. Smelser. The Committee wishes to make clear that its efforts on behalf of Mr. Smelst-r should not be so narrowly construed as to indicate that its purpose relates primarily to the segregation or integration of Sowlea Vocational-Technical School. Us principal concern is with the broader matter of the rights and freedoms guaran teed Mr. Smelser and all other Americans under our Constitution and our Bill of Rights. The Committee is of the opinion that the tactics employed by The Justice Department flagrantly violate the Constitutional rights of Mr. Smelser. And the Committee realizes that without its aid. Mr. Smelser will stand alone a gainst the awesome power of our present Justice Department. H is obvious that any decision rendered and any punishment meted out in this case will serve as a precedent for similar oases. The Justice Department's punitive axe may fall on any of us. Those of you who feel the hour is late, and lhat we must now stand up and fight for our long-cherished freedoms; and who would like to have more specific information on the exact violations of Hex Smelser's constitutional rights, are urged to fill in the form below and mail it to- Fair Play for Americans Committee P. 0. B ox 250 Lake Charles , Louisiana Check here if further information is desired. Enclosed is contribution of $ 1— J Name: Address: Telephone Number: (MID FOB BY JOHN M. CARTER. MEMBER OF COMMITTEE)

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