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SAT., AUGUST 25, 1962, lake Charte American Press Bethel Names Two Leaders For Revival Leaders for an August 26-September 2 revival crusade at Bethel Baptist church at 2S05 Poe Street were announced today by Rev. Wilton Anthony, pastor. Thp sermons will he hy Rev. Ed Williams, a Shreveport evangelist who had led revival meetings throughout the South. He will preach daily at in a.m. and 7:30 p.m. Revival music will he under the direction of Bill Guerinper, music minister at Bethel church. Mr. Anthony said that pre-revival prayer meetings have been in progress this week in church homes as a step in preparation for the special services. Mr. Williams will serve also as evangelist in a revival beginning Sept. 23 at Olivet Baptist church ta Sulphur. Trinity Slates Program About Baptist Meeting A special program will be featured during training union at 6:15 p.m.. Sunday, Aug. 26 at Trinity Baptist church here. Day School Registration Is Scheduled Registratiofl in the Lake Charles Christian institute, a private day school for elementary New Faculty Members for LC Announced Twelve new faculty members BILL GUERINGER . . . music director Burning Plane Lands Safely !n Mississippi GREENWOOD. Miss. 'AP> An Air Force carcn plane landed suddenly here Thursday afternoon with 42 Signal Corps men aboard after indications of fire in t w o starboard engines. Capl. W. M. Elliott of Lynn. Ind.. landed the four engine CtlR craft after extinguishing one fire and a second erupted in another engine. Tne plane was flying troops from Shaw Air Force Base, S.C.. to Fort Huachuca, near Tucson. Ariz. The plane is based at McGuire AFB. N.J. It is one of nine cargo planes ferrying troops back to the West Coast. After maneuvers at Shaw Air Force Base. Elliott said he brought the plane down on a 4,000 foot runway— DUBLIN (AP) — Former Presi- much shorter than normal for the : dent Dwight D. Eisenhower said C118—but had no trouble. Fire Friday the Western Allies must trucks were nearby. \ remain in Berlin and assert their Elliott said another plane' rights. would be dispatched from Me-1 "Any retreat from the princi- Guire AFB to pick up the 42 mem-; pie," said the World War IJ su- bers of the 73rd Signal Corps andi preme commander, "might be REV. ED WILLIAMS" • . . guest evangelist Stand Firm In Berlin, Ike Asserts Plans of Mrs. Finkbine Will Include Rest ucu ui me ioiu oituiai \_uijjs auu K'cmc Luuiiiiauuei, nugnt os j STOCKHOLM, Sweden (AP)— he and his crew would ferry the looked upon as a weakness and Arizona housewife Sherri Fink- plane home. it could lead to aeprrssirm " i bine left the hosnital FVirlav nhvs. , will begin then- work this fall at : Lotiisinaa college in Pineville, ac- school is one of five spon- cording to J. Carroll Hixson of Qtiincy Hinton. TU director,; sored in four states by the Bible L*ke Charles, president of the said that highlights of the annual! Missionary church. The Lake school's board of trustees. meeting of the Southern Baptist ; Charles school is adjacent to the i »-. , ,, , . .!_.. •>, i ... i—i , . . ----- — . •' ine new lacuity members in- Area Baptist Churches Set College Day The snntral Off.fo-CoHege day wiH be observed hi most area Baptist churches Sunday, Atrgust 26. according to Tom R. Lutner, t Baptist student director at Me- ..jNeese State college. convention will be presented by local church at 3800 Ho dees' ,' ."* "'*'* y members lan* r^nrrfino t* f h» „„„„„ „-/.. «fr«* * p'«de Sarah Frances Anders tape recording to the young people and adult departments. The I program will last the entire training union period. The program will include excerpts of the debate on the K. Owen White motion for the convention to declare itself for "the entire Bible as the authoritative, authentic, infallible Word of God" and to "request the trustees and administrative officers of our institutions and other agencies" to act in accord with these views. The convention approved the motion. Also featured will be the debate on the Windham motion demanding that the denomination's Sunday School board cease publication and recall from sales a controversial book. "The Message of Genesis," written by Ralph Elli ott. street. of ivvt. ,- . , According to school officials,^- >[""!" e ' ^±5 ,fe tmei * school since its founding in 1960 .! They said the objective of the i school ia to offer an education ini a spiritual environment with instruction in the Bible. Students are accepted regard- Miss., and Walter Butler of Ellis- vile, Miss., associate professor of education. less of denominational affiliation,! Also, Robert Herschel Herring the officials said. of State College, Miss., assistant , ., Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Lanham j professor of English; James E. and Miss Emma Den Crowe com- Simmons of Woodworth, assistant prise the teaching staff. Local Couple's Son to Preach at Trinity Sunday Rev, Larry NLxon, pastor of Al- professor of education; Jerry W. Brown of Bastrop, assistant professor of mathematics; Max W. Pugh of Shreveport, assistant professor of music. Also, Milton F. White of Laurel, Miss., assisatant professor of physical education; Mrs. Cliston Guillory of Pineville, English instruc- i l^tl i t_, A in... f * 1 i inrcc if a church has no college i, Lutner said that information regarding the Baptist student union should be shared with the congregation. Students, where possible, will be utilized in the program for the day. The theme, "Conformity or Commitment?" will be used. Special BSU bulletin inserts will be distributed. The college BSU program is evidence of the interest of Baptists in students, Lutner said. BSU leaders are committed to a program designed to develop well- rounded personalities. Church Finance Official Resigns At Trinity Baptist Mrs. Cecil Cain, who has been financial secretary on the staff of i_-.i * 0 _ ... *»c», uaiij ivL.\irii, f/aaiui ui rti- ^ — — T —o— «..—*. i ffrjppp vear^ hac written by Ralph Elli- j lendale Baptist church in AustinJ tor ; Ja ™s A. Allen of Alexan-l Rev charies S professor at Midwestern | Texas, will preach at 10:45 a.m. dria - instructor in library sci- . ':j , ha f M ,._ Theological seminarv in'simH 3 « &><m,,< oc »f TV;,,;*,, D™ ence: and Mrs. Ijela Reall flnsipl.,' mis Sulphur Musk Staff Member Leaving Post SULPHUR (Spl.) - Mrs. Edwin McNeely, a member of the music staff of local First Baptist church for the past 15 months, will join the music department faculty at Clarke Baptist college in Newton, Miss, on September 1. Mrs. McNeely and her husband have resigned as music ministers at the Sulphur church where they will be honored at a reception Sunday night, August 28 following the 7:30 p.m. worship hour. Mr. McNeely will retire from ful-time music work and will spend his time directing music in church revivals. He was on the faculty of the school of sacred music at Southwestern Baptist Theological seminary in Fort Worth, Texas for more than 40 years before coming to Sulphur. Mrs. McNeely served a number of years on the Fort Worth faculty. Rev. Joe W. Bartlett, pastor of Sulphur First church, said that during the McNeelys' service here ' ° r four graded choirs and five vo- i cal ensembles have been organ- pas- j zef j j n addition to the already es- Cam Is return- la bij s hed youth and church choirs. * t •• i » v^wo, »» in pi ca*.ii a i lu. tu a, m Baptist Theological seminary in Sunday, August 26 at Trinity Bap- '-""•• rtllu »"»• ^'a oean v^osiei-,. . e . mn ] nvmon i U^M, „>,•>•, Kansas City. Mo. The motion was tist church here while. Rev lo nf Pineville, interim associate L 1.1 • em P 10) ; me : 11 ,. mcn , SI 7 T n* church music library has overwhelmingly voted down.'Charles S. Mcllveene. pastor, con- professor of history. ; held prior to joining the church;been greatly enlarged and im Since the convention, however, i dudes a revival at Glenmora u -j .u , •, • lhe Sunday School board has an- First Baptist church Wenm °"; "'«"«> «aid that as it opens its- nounced that there will not be a Mr Nixon is the son of Mr : 57 f M***™ vear - the ^P^ AfGO Minister* second printing of the book ^! and Mrs. Allen itn^L a'ke ^f^ ^ !Charl f a " d W3 f Ordai " ed l ° *•! SlSiiS 1." ri ^mSor^ I ?<> WcCf Talk oufbyT^e^vSSt Sy^T 1 "" - * i gg"- -£^ j ^On Arm*/Forces Southern Baptist pastors by Rev. Before moving to Austin, lhe if ,^ j student* hav/ wnn 1 « m , ,"""• -:-••--••' - -.-". i ... . racuitv ana students nave woni p ev T. V. Owens, pastor of i trained over 15 persons in the art . , , ,^ . . . J. Sidlow Baxter, a British Bap- minister was pastor of Glen Gar-l *„'^i !"„*", !",? „ e » " general approval and acce P ta " ce - proved. Superior ratings were gained by all choirs al music festivals and the Caroler's choir made a bus lour to Mississippi to fill an engagement. Many choir members have had private voice lessons given by Mr. McN e e 1 y, who has also tist preacher, in which he dis cussed the liberal theological trend. Senate Okays Bill Boosting Pay for Disabled Veterans it could lead to aggression." I bine left the hospital Friday phys^ He told a news conference he i ically recovered from an abortion is convinced there will be no nu- but. reported still in need of rest clear war. | and privacy. "Our problems are lough ones," ; Following doctors' advice she Eisenhower said, "hut they must an( * her husband. Robert, will be solved. I don't believe there ; - sla y with Swedish friends for a will ever be any all-out nuclear ' tim e- den Baptist church in Fort Worth, j Texas, where he attended South-j western Baptist Theological semi-, nary from which he graduated. He is also a graduate of Louisiana college. Mr. Mcllveene will return to the city for the 7:30 p.m. worship service. Lawyer May Try To Negotiate for Cuban Prisoners Boulevard Baptist church, will give a report on his first-h and view of U. S. armed forces at a meeting of ministers of the Greater Lake Charles area at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at University Methodist church. Mr. Owens was one of 75 civili- c . „ , _ .. ,--, ans representing a cross-section St. Henry* Counci 5022, of American business and profes- Kmghts of Columbus, will con- siona] leadership from a / rts mirt a rmarrorlv nnrnnrafo r»nvn_ » .. .. .... . r . St. Henry's KC Sets Communion Service Sunday duct a quarterly corporate com munion honoring members and their daughters at mass Sunday. the 8 a.m. of the nation attending a joint civilian orientation conference earlier this year at the invitation of conducting. Mrs. McN e e 1 y has trained several ladies in methods and materials as directors, associate directors and sponsors of graded choirs. Christian Baptist Church Plans Youth Revival The Christian Baptist church of Robert S. McNamara, secre-l°f La ke Charles will hold a youth The group is expected to meet' tar y of defense. He will illustrate! revival on Monday, Tuesday, and al the hall and march in proces-! his re P° rt with pictures made dur-; Wednesday with services begin- James B. sion to reserved places in the' in g the lour - ! ning al 7 P' m - n| g lltlv - Rev '. James L ' Hovall, pastor; Revivalisl wi |, ^ Rev . w . j. said thai ••"-• ! uy u> negotiate me neeciom 01 • """' "" i " ov7 «"• war. j The abortion, on Aug. 18, ended 1,100 prisoners of lhe 1961 Bay of tivil y committee WASHINGTON <APt—The Sen- "No nation could he so foolish i a nervous wait for the 30-year-old pjgs invasion. ; ' ale has passed a bill boosting the as to start one. and I'm sure of' television performer and her 31 WASHINGTON (AP) Donovan conferred Thursday with i church. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy of University church, sa a M amid reports the New York at- Breakfast will he served after the meeting is for information: torney is ready to go to Cuba to ; Mass in the church hall by and fellowship. Ministers are in- Rev. W. C. Clark, pastor of the Iry to negotiate the freedom O f Evans Janise and the council ac- vited to bring their wives to the host church, said the general puh- session. i aie iiaa jjd!-seu a uui uousimg i MR n " iu »i«in unf, aiiu i rn sure ot icievioiun (jciLuiiner ana ner oi- compensation of 1.916,740 disabled , this — the people, the people all j year-old husband. Mrs. Finkbine veterans by $98 million a year. |°ver the world, don't want war." nad taken some 30 pills of the Ricrmfimrar cai'rl nn U;» r:.»>. trannnitiTat- fVinlir^mirJn <4*,..: M *« . , _, , . , i Eisenhower said on his five- Approval Thursday night sent j wee k, 2,000-mile tourist visit to the measure back to the House for i western Europe, he had been action on a Senate amendment to |-surprised, well, really amazed, wake it effective July 1. The! to see what's happening in E^ House had decided to put the' rope. "From a badly damaged and! that her child would have been —' -' " " born with deformities. He did not measure into effect two months after it becomes law. | demoralized part of the world, Disabled veterans now get about they have built themselves. Busi- j specify. $2 billion a year in compensation ness ls § ood everywhere and . payments. I crops are good, and the people I seem reasonably happy." Compensation for a fully dis- • • — abled veteran who needs an attendant would go up from $600 to $725 a month. A veteran with 10 per cent disability would get $20 instead of $19 monthlv. tranquilizer thalidomide during the first stages of her pregnancy. The surgeon who performed the operation, afterward told Robert Finkbine the drugs had had certain effects upon the foetus and Swedish Ships Chase Sub Near Baltic Sea Isle Missing Airplane Lands Safely at Georgia Airport fli/Ke So/ Estes Is Arrested for Traffic Violation Earlier this year Donovan worked out the release from a Russian prison of U2 pilot Francis Gary Powers in exchange for Soviet spy Rudolf Abel. The Cuban government has asked ransoms totaling more than $60 million for the prisoners. Sulphur Minister To Speak Sunday In Vinton Church VINTON (Spl.) - Rev. C. C. Williams, a licensed B a p t i s t j Wife Mistakes Drowning Mate's Desperate Pleas WATERVLIET, Mich. (AP) After breaking his neck in a dive, Patrick as Sunday School superin-. Robert Tormey of Chicago near- tendent and Quincy Hinton as ly drowned in Paw Paw Lake Education Chiefs Reelected By Trinity Baptist Trinity Baptist church of Lake has reelected A. C. training union director for the ap preaching church year. Other officers named include Dr. C. W. Fogleman, brotherhood president; Truett Kirkpatrick, treasurer; H. W. Jarrell, clerk; and Mrs. D. F. Monroe, librarian. Rev. Charles S. Mcllveene, pas- , . . , minister who makes his home: tor ' said that at the August busi i mmiMei wiiu maKes nis nome- ' — ..- B —. ~™. i ABILENE, Tex. (AP) — More j n Sulphur, will be pulpit guesl at i ness meeting, 180 persons were | trouble piled up Thursday nighl | 10:30 a . m . and 7:30 p . m Sunday jelected to 31 standing church for Rillip Snl F.^lpc fhp hanL-runt _i rv.. _. ,-»-._.•* .1 i. , ! Pfimmillpnc U'hinh nlan anrl nrn. Thursday while his wife took movies, thinking he was "just goofing around." Sandra Tormey, 24, said, "he came up—like they do—then he just kept kind of bobbing." Two unidentified boys dragged Tormey, 27, to shore and started lie is invited lo attend the revival. All youths of the area are especially asked to altend. Chrislian Baptist church is lo- caled al 202 North Franklin street. State Official To Address Church Men Claude Kirkpatrick of Baton Rouge will address the monthly meeting of the brotherhood of Trinity Baptist church here at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Cal Hodges, president of t h e men's group, said that supper will MRS. FRED SI ... concertist Music Program Is Slated Sunday At Iowa Church IOWA (Spl.) - Mrs. Fred Ship, ley, mezzo-soprano and w i f e o! the pastor of the Iowa first M:th« odist church, will present \a Evening of Worship In Music" at the church Sunday beginning at 7:30 p.m. She will be accompanied by Fred Brewer, organist of the Lak« Charles First Presbyterian church. Mrs. Shirley, who has present* ed sacred concerts throughout the United States, was soloist with the Lake Charles Symphony in j 1961 and is soloist at Temple Sinai j in Lake Charles where Brewetf i serves as organist, The public is invited to attend. Two'Associations Give $104,496 To Mission Work SULPHUR (Spl.) - The 58 churches of the district geven Baptist convention gave $3,363 more for missions the first f i x months of this year than in th« same period in 1961. Rev. Logan J. Skiles, district president, said that figures released by the Louisiana Baptist convention show that the churches of Carey and Luther R i c • Baptist associations gave, a total of $104,496 through the denomination's cooperalive program and for designated missions causes in the firsl six months of 1962. A ; year ago the figure was $101,127. Sfofe Convent/on Seefcs to Add • Missionaries t The home mission board of th« 'Southern Baptisl convention ia currently seeking to add 229 new missionaries to its staff. Rev. Ernest L. Walker of Lake Charles, moderator of Carey Baptist association, said that the denomination now has 1,981 missionaries serving in the United Stales and its territories. A total of 181 new missionaries have been named this year. The most critical needs now, Mr. Walker said, are in the areas of Spanish and Indian work, good will centers, and pioneer fields. artificial respiration. He lay face'be served at the meeting, down in lhe water after diving \ Kirkpalrick is director of lhe — —o— i./... u a.m. aii<j i.o.; p.m. ouiiuay i —" f rom a dock inlo four feel of wa- ! department of public works for 'or Billie Sol Esles, the bankrupt ; al F j rst Baptist church here. | committees which plan and pro- ter. Tormey said the bobbing: the slate of Louisiana. A Baptist AI LAM A (API _ Thp civil Pecos. Tex., promoter who hasi M r. Williams, who is a mem-i mote tne Pro^rsm of lhe church' movements were attempts to raise 1 a y m a n, he addresses church Air Patrol said Friday a small been indicted on fraud and ihefl ;b er of Olivet Baptisl church will duri "8 the vear - 'his head and call for help. i groups often, plane, unre ported since late charges and is under congression-j bc p reach i ng in the absence of Thursday on a flight from Mis-, al investigation. i the "pastor Rev R E Miller STOCKHOLM ,*P, - s«, ish ££ ^ ^ ""» « =~, ££fS£ tfS a'^ > "» " "' «-"•' ' ' destroyers chased off a submarine The sinfile-engine craft, piloted I sign and driving without a license, ol unknown nationality Thursday , by Vernon Bradley of Tupelo, i He went free under $200 bond aft«!,?»« U3S ,lf cov f re ^ "1 £ , s |! Miss - was en roule to ^e Fulton er being fingerprinted and photo- waters near the island of Gotland County airport here. graphed. ln lhe Baltlc - Bradley had last reported his REGISTRATION Now In ProrreM Lody Leah Lo fargut School of Dance Call UK 3-1125 or HK 9.401J c,,,-j j , . ,., . , "»ouicjr nctu last reported nis Sweden s defense staff said, position as four miles south of three destroyers in a naval train-1 Anniston and was flying toward ing operation eslablished the pres-' an .../'«> '•"««"" ence of a submarine by using ra dar and hydrophones. Destroyers used explosives to signal the submarine to surface and when it remained below, the naval vessels dropped warning bombs and grenades. storms. area troubled by thunder- Aspiring Robber Discovers Need For Experience GRANADA HILLS, Calif. Litterbugs Cited In Sudden Death Of Baby Walrus NEW YORK (AP)-Seeku the baby walrus is dead. And, aquari- officials say, it's a case of Estes, clad in sports shirt and slacks but minus his customary horn rimmed glasses, would not talk to reporters. Write-in Voters May Be Puzzled ATHENS, Tenn. (AP)-About 15 McMinn County voters could be puzzled when the man they selected for governor by write-in vote in the Democratic primary takes his , . • , . — i me ucmucidu careless murder by hlterbugs. i office Sept 1 When Seeku was flown lo the, Calvin Cannon was a write-in K ""'Jork Aquarium a year ago | candidate sure enough. Bui he Earthquake Hits North California, Southern Oregon CRESCENT CITY, Calif. (AP)— A sharp earthquake startled Northern California and Southern Oregon residents Thursday but caused no injuries and only slight damage. The jolt sent many persons running from homes and stores. It registered 5.5 on the Richter scale, which measured the disastrous San Francisco earthquake of 1906 at 8.25. The tremor, centered near Crescent Cily, was felt for 200 miles along the coast, from 40 miles UKAftAiM HILLS, Cam. (API ] ast May he weighed less (Inn u ? l * alon S tne coast - from 40 miles "•"••*• * M toe ™; ^"^^ ^^ir^^i^'or^ cara - w « 3 ,j anK , , , , An examination of (he walrus' HG Cot 3 JoflOCfi Dun fiTirn *< f*uri L j• • ^ri^Tc h n i ^ hoL ! se J h r d t y - < ' onJ " >*""^- a'^rofViyi'pi*" fided his plans lo his brothei and cigareUe ^Tappers, tin foil and set out (or the nearest bank. Darrell didn't have much experience al robbing banks—being only 8 years old—or else he would have known better than to tell his brother about it. The brother turned stool pigeon for mother, Mrs. Thomas D. Caul/ield, who alerted police. ice cream sticks. Mississippi River Hazards Increase MEMPHIS (AP)-Towboat skip .. v^v, ,™iw. I P ers moved cautiously on the shal- Palrolman E. 0. Wilson stopped i low Mississippi River Friday the boy near a bank, warily | wnere »ve major barge tows have r\1imlm«J il.o 1 — 1 3 _.... f i • : 1*1 in Udt*nl Mnf\ tn l^m. i L. n u _ l_ Missionary Sets Talk in DeQuincy Greece Is 19th To Buy UN Bonds UNITED NATIONS N Y (AP) DEQUINCY (Spl.)-Rev. Ralph' -Greece turned over'a check for V. Calcote, Southern B apti st|$io,000 Thursday and became the miSSinnarv in .lanan \vill crkaolfmtu i * . _.-. missionary to Japan, will speak at 7 p.m. Sunday, August 26 at I First Baptist church here. Rev. L. A. Stagg Jr.. pastor, §aid that Mr. Calcote will illustrate his address with color pictures made in the Orient. Herd of Elephants Devastate Village /•^ A T r\t tn'wn • v 11 , i _ . _J^. Drought Driving Deer Into Austin AUSTIN, Tex. (AP) - Drought conditions are driving deer into • . • . .. ... .**' ^/.ii , . . 19th country to purchase U.N. bonds. It brought payments to $27.75 million. Another 19 countries have ,.,*. — v.^ *J*,MJ o i/aiiiv, wot ijy i —-»»jw« w**» ^v. bA/n o uav\ plucked the loaded gun from his I run a g rou "d in less than a week, belt and sent him home. Two boats grounded part of their barges Thursday and barge traffic was reported stacked up. I The weather bureau at Memphis j predicted the river would keep I falling as drought continued north j^SL'tKj::;-'"-: assr* 5 ^ S£^L,^ ,. „». ^ „. nallo , s «: u x^jyss,-n; Med through a village in the!census was taken, only one in 20'nibbling flowers, shrubs and gar- l«pur Dislnct ihw week. They persons lived in urban places. Jnjdens. Deer on area highways also klliPd Ifillr norsnnv ininro^ ^nf.ili. lotn ^^,1., ._ ,, ,• • .. . ,,*'"/ , in io persons lived j are creating a night traihc hazard. pledged to buy bonds totaling an other $44.66 million worth of the $200 million issue. CHURCHES GiT BUILDING AID THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — The Netherlands government has offered to pay 25 per cent of the cost of new church construction in order to help churches meet lhe triple problem of war-damaged structures, increasing population and steeper building costs. LAKE CHARLES FROM YOUR MEET THEM HERE, GET ACQUAINTED FOR KIMMINTATI9N ON THII MM, CALL MILLII DUMA*, HI MM ARKANSAS TEXARKANA: RALPH WHALEN McNttS* Esso Strvlcenter Save Pmqlwi ... not stamp* 444] Common - 477-<uot CALIFORNIA COS ANGELES: CARL MYRICK Myrlck'i Gulf Sirvlc* Station W* Civt U.S. Gr«en Stamps 3605 Ryan Strwt - 477-1 111 INDIANA LEBANON: BOB OWENS * -'—-• «"" •». c^iosiifltd D»pt. All you homier* glv* m* a call — HE»-27»1 LOUISIANA ALEXANORIAt DAVID f. TURNpR Humble OH » Refining Co. "World'* flrtt choice' r N. FM COLUMBIA: s. c. GILMORE, GUmor* Funeral Home Slncer* Service I. EnierprU»-HE«-»lS „_ fllumlnum Scrwn* am HE M791> MICTE LOUISIANA LAKE CHARLES: HAROLD K. 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