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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 21

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Two Local Students Win Offices at Pelican State BATON ROUGE <AP> — Harry Alston Johnson, a 16-year-old senior from Jesuit High School, Shreveport, *as elected governor of the 23rd «ssioa of mythical Pelican State here Saturday. MON. f AUGUST 27, 1962, Lake Ctorrfes Amtritm defeated Emmet Ste- is for 0» a* of Mr8 - fa for In the face for superintendent of edtrcatfofi. Roger Avner, L a k e Charles, Federalist, was elected The results of the election were over Leslie Sibley, Bogalusa. given at the governor's ball Sator-' machines, Wafter Earhart. New'A* „*« Orleans. Federalist, defeated John Burgee, Also New day night in the gym armory on the Louisiana State University campus. John H. Korns, Nationalist, Homer, for beat state New Orleans, John Patton, comptroller. Island Lawmaker Fined for Using Propelled Chair Johnson, the Nationalist Party candidate, defeated Brad Hagan The vote was 358-191. The Federalists swept seven of the eleven state offices of Pelican NATIONAL WEATHER By The Aiwclottd Prut High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy M M Albuquerque, door *3 43 Atlanta, clear U M Bismarck, cloudy « 5t Boise, clear *1 «» Boston, cloudy M a Buffalo, cloudy I) « .U Chicago, cloudy 71 64 T Cleveland, cloudy M M .M Denver, clear 93 57 Des Molnes, clear 14 42 Detroit, rain 71 41 .11 Fairbanks, rain ..52 50 .42 Fort Worth, clear I? a Helena, cloudy I? 51 Honolulu, cloudy ..............15 75 Indianapolis, clear 74 54 Juneau, rain 54 47 .01 Kansas City, clear............(7 44 Los Angeles, cloudy 15 44 Louisville, clear M 40 .01 Memphis, clear 17 47 Miami, cloudy 17 74 .24 Milwaukee, cloudy 72 53 .PI Mpls., St. Paul, clear 8J 40 New Orleans, cloudy (9 M New York, cloudy 93 44 Oklahoma City, clear 89 40 Omaha, clear 15 43 Philadelphia, cloudy 12 47 Phoenix, clear 104 77 THUNDERSHOWERS—Scattered showers and Ihundershowera ar« due tonight In the southeastern states', central Atlantic coastal area and the northern Rockies. It will be warmer in the western Ohio valley and cooler in the Rocky mountain states. (AP Wirephoto). Pltbburgh, cloudy » Portland, M*., cloudy M Portland, Ore., clear «» Rapid City, cloudy M Richmond, cloudy 17 St. Loult, clear M Salt Lake City, cloudy n San Diego, clear ,,Ji San Francisco, clear <1 Seattle, clear u .01 Noted Explorer Dies of Stroke HANOVER, N. Y. (AP)-Vilhal- mur Stefansson, 82, noted explorer-scientist, died Sunday after suffering a stroke last Monday, Stef- ansson started his arctic polar explorations in 1904. 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 ire today Temoeratu Minimum today (4 (t a.m.) II Maximum yesterday <j p.m.)".'.''.'.'.'.'.".'» Relative Humidity (9 a.m.) u Rainfall today None Rainfall yesterday 06 Sunset today 6:42 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 5:47 a.m. Sea level preisuro (9 a.m.) 27.94 Tide* today, Hlah, 10:54 a.m., l.J. Low, 7:19 p.m., -0.5. -- - - - i.j. L ew, M. LOW, Tomorrow, High, J:02 a.m., 8:42 a.m., 1.0. High, 11:4t a.m., .. .. 7:54 p.m., -0.4. register of state lands, Felix SARK, Channel.Islands (AP)- r^'J?^ 611 ?™' Nationalist, de- A member ^ ^'9 Parliament Brian of Baton Rouge. Brian was feated Richard Guidroz, Westwego. was f ined 2 pom ^ , KM} Friday backed by the Federalist Party. 1 , Also elected was Steven Mar- for riding the ruler's electrically shall Steward, Shreveport, Na-{ driven invalid chair on the tiotialist candidate for state treas- land's roads. over Torn Daly, New Or- o^y horse-drawn vehicles I tractors are allowed in Sark. «,,„», r i m * n i ! w * mstotl Da y- Baton Rouge, The electrically propelled chair Hugh Coleman (Chip) Quarles, ^ Baton Rouge, (he Federalist candidate for lieutenant governor, defeated Fred Katnmer, New Orleans. Glen Wesley Gordon, Shreveport, Nationalist, won over David Clemm, also of Shreveport, for secretary of stale. The Federalists continued to dominate the ballot when John Douglas Stowe, Lake Charles, was elected over Richard Bunco, New Orleans, for attorney general. Keith Annison, Shreveport, Fcd- Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do falM teeth drop, slip or wobble when you talk, cat, laugh or sneeze? 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