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August 26, 1962

Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 11

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Space Warfare In Planning Stage WEATHER FORECAST — Scattered showers and ihundershowers will occur Sunday over the Ohio and Tennessee valleys, portions of the Gulf coast and the south Atlantic coast states. The rest of the country will remain mostly fair to partly cloudy. It will be warmer along the north Atlantic coast, the Great Lakes and the southern Plains. The rest of the country will have little temperature changes. (AP Wirephoto Map). School Plan For Orleans Is Accepted NEW ORLEANS 'AP) - The Orleans Parish School Board said Saturday that Negro plaintiffs and U.S. Dist. Judge Frank B. Ellis have agreed to the hoard's transi- tionary school desegregation plan for the 19f)2-G3 year. Under the plan, the board would admit 127 Negroes to the first three grades of 21 desegregated public schools here Sept. 6. Last year, 12 Negroes attended six for continuing with one additional grade each year thereafter. The appeals court's schedule called for elimination of bi-racial districts in two grades in September, 1963, in five grades in September, 1%4, and in one additional grade in each year after that. NATIONAL WEATHER Pleasure Pier Bridge Open To Motorists Pier i By The Associated Press High Low Pr. Albany, clear 81 56 Bismarck, clear 95 49 Boise, cloudy 95 61 Boston, clear 82 58 Buffalo, clear 86 65 Chicago, cloudy 48 44 .12 Cincinnati, cloudy 90 71 Cleveland, clear n 70 Denver, clear 87 S2 Des Moines, clear 77 54 Detroit, cloudy M 74 M Fairbanks, rain ....54 48 T Fort Worth, elecr 88 72 .0» Honolulu, cloudy 84 74 Indianapolis, rain 72 471.10 Jacksonville, cloudy 87 73 .77 Juneau, cloudy 43 SO .34 Kansas City, clear 83 S9 Los Angeles, clear VO 66 Memphis, cloudy 85 72 .87 Miami, cloudy 88 74 .19 Milwaukee, cloudy 70 60 .52 Mpli.-St. Paul, clear 80 49 New Orleans, cloudy 86 73 New York, clear 79 64 Omaha, clear 80 51 Philadelphia, clear 80 54 Phoenix, clear 108 70 The Maryland State House in Annapolis is the oldest state house now in use in the United States. It was first used in 1779, while the Revolutionary War was in progress. By ELTON C. FAY AP Military Affairs Writer WASHINGTON (AP) - The strategy-making Joint Chiefs of Staff include the possible impact of military space operations in their planning for both the near and distant future. This was disclosed Saturday in answers given by a Defense'De- partment spokesman to a series of questions about U.S. strategic objectives as related to space warfare. The questions, had their genesis in a series of recent developments. Secretary of Defense Robert S. McNamara was described as believing that no military application of space vehicles had been demonstrated in the twin-satellite orbiting feat of the Soviet Union. Subsequently, McNamara modified that report view by saying: The Russians have demonstrated a launching booster capacity "substantially in excess" of that of the United States; the new Titan III booster project will provide the United States with launching capability two to three times greater than the rocket engines now used by the Soviet Union; and by the time the Defense De-l partment puts together its recom-; mendations for the fiscal 1964, budget this winter it will have learned enough about requirements to add new projects to its military space programs. The comments left unanswered the question of whether military space operations and defensive problems are just a gleam in the eye or already are being incorporated into future plans. The joint chiefs maintain hi "program for planning" three continuously revised strategic plans: — A long-range strategic estimate covering a four-year period which begins- eight years after adoption of the plan and thus carries coverages to a point 12 years ahead. SUN.,, AUGUST.jMUffi,. Ufce Charfe Affirkan NM — A medhrm-rarifs program «§• thttatft, covering a ttocfi-ycat period begftming four years in the future. — A short-rafige jotrtt strategic "capabilities plan," Mended for immediate use with weapons systems already in existence. The first two programs provide j ^4 ~ te fnffit fottffV ered 6s w%H M poBtfcaJ, and mffltery (actor*, b«*n cm-rent and fotttri." "Th« evidence that then is a potential fo* military tfoilfagc* in space both fit tftt chart term terfli m- ed at the shaping of strategy in connection with weapons systems i said. still in the hoped-for or development stage. i What is the Joint Chiefs of Staff i doing about space in relation to! those time-bracketed plans? i To this, the spokesman said: j "Scientific and technological he factors and trends -which might! ALUMINUM SCREENS AN5 DOORS 8 «" pric « «NW VUUR3 tert a^,,,^ CotfOffi 6oT11 • Lfctn**<J • "Worefl larnhill Sales Co. HE UM5 Cwy" NIt« HB J-7»»J $<* Wt Ad fit ft* YMTtttt PBgtl Get Dependable Savings on Quality Merchandise! And get famous &t Green Stamps at Grants! .48 4 Portland, ore, clear .'.'.'.'.'.'. '.'.'.is s« """ San Diego, clear 81 62 San Francisco, clear M 54 Seattle, cloudy 68 53 Tampa, cloudy 89 72 Washington, clear 84 64 Winnipeg, clear 85 S3 M—Missing; T—Trace Elizabeth Man I Hurt in Crash PORT ARTHUR. Tex. (Sf The Port Arthur Pleasure mcfly .'ill-while public schools un-j bridge will open today — withj dor a token desegregation plan certain restrictions to motorists. \ started in November. I960. The bridge will be open to mo-| There arc three major diller-j torists four times a day, at 7 eiu'es between the board's plan'a.m., 11 a.m., 3 p.m., and 7 p.m. and tbo appeals court's directive: 1 The duration of time alottcd 1. The appeals court directed . ca ch opening depends entirely up- transfers be permitted Negroes ir>j on traffic on the Intracoastal wa- sreond and third grades during lh« i terway. Motorists will have to 1962-63 school year. Under the i yield 'right of way to the canal sdiiiol board plan, the only de- \ traffic. segregated Negroes in tliose; once closed to motorists at one grades would be the 12 who at- O f the appointed hours, the bridge tended formerly all-white schools! \ v ill not open again until the next last year. scheduled opening. • OAKDALE (Spl.) — An Eliza- 2. The appeals court said none Temporary repairs have been both man, Clyde Slrother, about ol the 12 Negroes, nor the 233 made on the Pleasure Pier bridge,. 3.1, was seriously hurt at 3 a.m. Negroes who applied this year to 1 but city officials of Port Arthur Saturday when his car rammed j all-while first grades, could be had requested aid from Jefferson into the Calcasieu river bridge i resegrcgated without their per- county officials to make more per- one mile west of Oakdale. mission. The board said the 12;manent repairs. '• According to local police, Stro- could transfer after three former- j City officials requested the i ther's car slruck the left side of ly all white schools were made all-j county pay $25,000 for parts need- Ihe bridge, ripping the left side of Negro schools next month, butted in the raising and lowering the car away, Ihen skidded inlo a did nol granl the same privilege mechanism of the bridge. Thejcar of unidentified Negroes. None to the 116 Negroes who had ap-icily would in turn pay for labor of the occupants of the second car plied to first grade at those expense. were hurl. schools. ; The county officials rejected the Local clinic authorities said 3. The board's long-range plan; offer. They stipulated they Slrothcr sustained deep lacera- called for elimination of bi-racial j would pay $1,000 a month for an. lions of the left arm and head, school districts starting with two! indefinite period of time, paying He was transferred to an Alcxan- gradcs in September, 1963, and i half the cost of the work. . dria hospital. PAYS TO BE NOSEY ABOUT YOUR INSURANCE BUNDLE Get off to a good start by taking a good look at all your insurance policies. Are they adequate? Do you have the proper types? Do you have more than you need? Let us examine your INSURANCE BUNDLE and make an accurate listing and appraisal for you. 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DREAM LIKE PILLOWS Resilient Long Lasting Reg. 3.49 SALE 2.66 MUSLIN REG. 29c YD. SALE 5 Yds. $1 BOYS' PLAY SHORTS SIZiS 4-10 RIG. 88c BOYS' WALKING SHORTS SIZES 6-18 REG. 1.99 SALE c YD. SALE 2; M. SUE 2 i,r $3 GRANT 3026 HIWAY 14 CREIHWICH SHOWN CITY •%*

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