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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 5

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NATIONAL WEATHER •y The Attoclaled Preit High Low Pr. Iny, cloudy 14 M •quirque, clear n ii into, clear It <i (Tiarck, cloudy ~...H S» I*, clear 92 47 lion, cloudy t< <; folo, cloudy 8» *) .it Cage, cloudy 73 t4 T Wlond, cloudy 84 to .34 ivtr, clear 93 57 f Moinei, clear It ti Volt, rain 75 a .« Jbanki, rain 52 so .42 1 Worth, clear •» tr Ina, cloudy 19 51 ttlulu, cloudy .....IS 75 tanapolit, clear 7t u Itau, rain st 4? .03 lint city, clear 17 t4 t Angelet, cloudy 15 tt rtivllie/ clear 14 to .01 Aiphli, clear 17 47 *"l. Cloudy 87 74 ,24 ftauk**, cloudy 72 53 ,01 Ii.. St. Paul, clear 12 to * Orleant, cloudy 89 M » York, cloudy 13 (t whomo City, clear 19 to *ha, clear 15 t3 llad»lphla, cloudy 82 t7 >enix, clear lot 77 THUNDERSHOWfiRS—Scattered showers and Ihundershowers are due tonight In th» southeastern states, central Atlantic coastal area and the north* ern Rockies. It will be warmer in the western Ohio valley and cooler in the Rocky mountain states. (AP Wtrephoto). Plltlburoh, cloudy II (1 .01 Portland, M«., cloudy 10 « Portland, Ort., clear H n Rapid city, elowly tt 41 Richmond, cloudy 17 a St. Louli, clear 10 51 Salt Lak* City, cloudy n 74 San Diego, clear 76 44 San Fronclico, eltar <1 U Staltl*, clear «S 4? ,02 Tampa, cloudy »1 73 M—Milling; T—Trace Noted Explorer Dies of Stroke HANOVER, N. Y. (AP)-Vilhal- \ mur Stefansssn, 82, noted explor- j er-scientist, died Sunday after suf- \ fering a stroke last Monday. Stef- ! ansson started his arctic polar explorations in 1904. i The Han dynasty in Chinese history which extended from 206 B.C. to 221 A.D., abounded in the arts and spread its influence far beyond the borders of China. Wrought bronze objects, some gilded and inlaid with gold and silver, are among the achievements of the ancient artisans. LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLES AREA TEMPERATURES Temperature today (9 a.m.) 81 Minimum today (i a.m.) 71 Maximum yesterday (5 p.m.) 89 Relative Humidity (9 a.m.) 13 Rainfall today None Rainfall yesterday 06 Sunset today t:43 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 5:47 a.m. Sea level pressure (9 a.m.) 29.94 Tides today, High, 10:54 a.m., 1.3. Low, 7:19 p.m., -0.5. Tomorrow, High, 2:02 a.m., l.t. Low, 1:42 a.m., i.o. High, 11:4* a.m., I.J. Low, 7:54 p.m., .0.4. Senator Says Education Bill Outlook 'Dim' WASHINGTON (API-Senate )emocratic Leader Mike Mans ield of Montana predicted Saturday that Congress will write a respectable record of achievement in ts final month of work. If it doesn't, Mansfield said it won't be because President Kennedy hasn't furnished leadership in efforts to put over his program, as some Republicans contend. "The President has given us sound leadership," he said. "He has tried to meet Congress more than half way in his dealings with it. He has tried also to be as fair as possible to all groups in the population and to all segments in the economy." Disputing that, Sen. Bourke B. Hickenlooper, R-Io\va, said in a separate interview there has been "a complete lack of success in presidential leadership." The Iowa senator heads the Senate Republican Policy Committee. "In a good many areas I think it's a good thing for the country that this leadership hasn't been successful. Thankfully, most of the Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH legislation that has been passed or will be passed, isn't in the form! the administration wanted." Hickenlooper said. Anti Poll Tax Move Opposition Is Lining Up MON., AUGUST 27, 1962, lofce Charles Affrtncefi Ems J parliamentary efforts possible fo is for Old excfasfre ran Of the •§• prevent passage." ! land's rotet. flte <f«m« d Sark, Mississippi, Texas, Arkansas, Mrs. Sybil Hathaway, 78, trt» »(* Alabama and Georgia are the fers from o«t«o-*rtftrftfo. Sefort only states that still have poll' she could n»e ft fhi telawd'8 Par* taxes. liament had to pass f «pcctal law earlier this year. PASCAGOULA, Miss. (AP) Southern members of Congress: will rndke a concerted stand to block passage of a constitutional amendment to wipe out the poll tax in national elections. So said Rep. William Colmer, D-Miss., Friday, claiming the move bring -Island Lawmaker Fined for Using Propelled Chair Prepare Your Son For College ftt Allen Academy SARK, Channel Islands (AP)A member of Sark's Parliament: was another effort "to was fined 2 pounds ($5.60) Friday' to'beVuHy"qii'alffle'd about universal suffrage, for . nclin .g thc ruler .' s electrically j S j on to college should invest!' Parents who want their and particularly to solidify the :drivcn invalid cnair on the ' s ' gale Allen Military Academy in, Negro minority bloc vote." ! land's roads. | Bryan — Texas' olde*t prep -tS . .!_.. . ..* • ^ • Jk1*«*.Mt The measure requires a two-! 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