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August 28, 1962

Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 3

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TUB., AU6UST 28, 1962, Lalie ClnrlH Amtriean Pr« s NATIONAL WEATHER THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By Tht Associated Prtsi High Low Albany, cloudy ................ 87 «s Albuquerque, clear ............ »i t) Atlanta, clear ................. l» 47 Bismarck, cloudy ............. 17 SO Boise, clear ................... 71 4* Boston, cloudy ................ 13 «l Buffalo, rain .................. 45 54 Chicago, clear ................. I* 4» Cleveland, clear ............... 77 54 Denver, clear ................. M 44 Des Molnes, clear ............ It 41 Detroit, clear .................. 77 40 Fairbanks, rain ............... 51 41 Fort Worth, clear ............. l» 70 Helena, rain ................ 4J 4V Honolulu, cloudy .............. 14 74 Indianapolis, clear ............ 7* «0 Juneau, clear .................5* 42 Kansas City, clear ............ It 44 Los Angeles, cloudy ........... IS 14 Louisville, clear ............... IS St Memphis, clear ............... It 45 Miami, cloudy ................. it U Milwaukee, clear ............... 11 41 Mpls., St. Paul, clear .......... II 4J New Orleans, clear ............ tt 72 New York, rain ............... IS «3 Oklahoma City, clear .......... tl 41 Omaha, clear ................. It 5t Philadelphia, cloudy ........... 14 47 Phoenix, clear ................ 101 It Pittsburgh, clear .............. I) 57 Portland, Me., cloudy ......... 13 M Portland, Ore., cloudy ......... 72 st Rapid City, clear ............... t j 42 Richmond, cloudy ............. I] 70 St. Louis ............... 14 SI Salt Lake City, clear .......... 13 47 San Diego, cloudy ............. 77 47 San Francisco, clear .......... 14 SI Seattle, rain ................... 43 S3 Tampa, clear .................. It 77 Washington, cloudy ............ li 73 M— Missing: T— Trace Pr. M .14 I.It J.14 .04 .Ot .31 Jennings Man Heads Council ALEXANDRIA (Spl.) - John B. McBurncy of Jennings is the new chairman of the Louisiana Wood Preservers Advisory Council. McBurney, president of the Evr- Wood Treating company, was named to the office during a recent meeting in Alexandria. He will also head a special steering committee for the council. Mrs. Gaillot Seeks Debate With Graham NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Mrs. B. J. Gaillot Jr., the excommunicated segregationist, early today Invited evangelist Billy Graham to debate her on the racial question. Mrs. Gaillot, expelled from the Roman Catholic Church last spring for allegedly defying orders to desegregate Catholic schools in the New Orleans Archdiocese this fall. She told newsmen she was mailing a registered letter to Graham asking him to come to her home to discuss segregation. She said Graham, in the September issue of the magazine "Decision" wrote that the Bible teaches integration in answer to a request for comment "about the woman in New Orleans who recently tried to show that segregation is based on the Bible." Mrs. Gaillot contends that the Bible demands segregation and cites numerous passages in both the Old and New Testaments to back her stand. "1 assume 1 am the lady," Mrs. Gaillot said. "Consequently, according to Mr. Graham I am wrong. "1 invited Mr. Graham to my home (o prove his statements about me with the press of the Caucasian race present. If Mr. Graham does not believe I am worthy to be shown the 'right way' and refuses the invitation, then he does not believe Christ's words: 'If a man have 100 sheep and one goes astray, will he not leave the 99 and go in search of the one stray sheep.' " She charged that Graham, a Protestant, left himself "open for debate by passing comment on my action." She denies that she had done anything to warrant her excommunication. She asked to discuss the racial situation with Catholic clergymen with members of the press present but the request was denied by archdiocesan officials. Mrs. Gaillot heads the Save Our Nation, Inc., segregationist group. She has declined to disclose the size of th« organization. The averagt ag« of an aircraft c-ommander on what the Strategic Air Command calls its "senior and select" crews is 37. Fifty- four per cent of SAC's officers liav» been in service 11 years or longw, Omaha headquarters re- porti, «nd W.t per ceat hav» attended or ar« graduates of col- Ifgtf er umversitiei. THUNDERSHOWERS-Scaltered showers and ihundershowers are due tonight in the western Great Lakes region and western Gulf coast area. Rain is expected in the mid-Atlantic coastal area. It will be warmer in the eastern Great Lakes region and cooler in the northern Plains, upper Mississippi valley and western Great Lakes region. Tropical storm Alma is expected to be located along the Virginia-Maryland coast and moving northeastward. (AP Wirephoto). LOCAL WEATHER New Library At Vinton Is Completed VINTON fSpl.) - The new' building for the Vinton branch of' the Calcasieu parish library has been completed and opening is, scheduled as soon as furniture and books are moved in. Miss Margie Lynch, parish librarian, said that the furniture is expected to be shipped during the first week in September. Official dedication ceremonies will be held after the furniture and books are installed in the new building. The library is to be named in memory of Jimmie Lee Fontenot, deceased police juryman from Ward 7. Miss Clara Lundy is branch assistant for the Vinton library which is now housed in the Masonic Building. Jennings Couple Will Be on TV JENNINGS 'Spl.l _ Two Jennings citizens, Mr. and Mrs E V (Sonny) Alcock Jr., will appear on the national television show, "Truth or Consequences" Thursday morning. The program will he telecast over NBC-TV. The show was filmed last week in Los Angeles- while the Alcocks were visiting Mrs. Ray Halkney. formerly of Jennings. LAKE CHARLES AREA WEATHER Temperature today (? a.m.) o Minimum today (2:30 a.m.) 73 Maximum yesterday (4 p.m.) ?i Relative Humidity (? a.m.) »o Rainfall today Trace Rainfall yesterday Norm Sunset today 6:40 p.m. sunrise tomorrow 5:48 a.m. Sea level pressure (9 a.m.) 29.91 Tides today: H, 11:48 a.m., 1.3; L, 7:54 p.m., -0.4. Tomorrow: H, 2:24 a.m., 1.6; L, 8:54 a.m., 1.0; H, 12:40 p.m., 1.3; L, 8:2S p.m., ITOUSEWARES - FOURTH FLOOR here's the all new "100" automatic Bissell shampoo master 3.99 .homes, commercial buildings, improvements IRST FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION LAKE CHARLES 535 KIP.BY - SULPHUR OFFICE 70S W. NAPOLEOH SALE PRICED • Rest way there .s to clean rugs at home. • Big 100-ounce caparjjy. Beige, chocolate and white roior combination. • Fully automatic . . . no triggers or dials •UHi LAKE CHARLES & SULPHUR STORES all - porcelain . . . completely frost - proof '62 Frigidaire 13.81 cu. ft. 2 - door refrigerator-freezer 5.00 DELIVERS WITH QUALIFIED TRADE As little as 19.00 monthly up to 24 months to pay FOR ONE WEEK ONLY! AH porcelain, durable f,ni-,h inside arid outside for years of beauty. Complete frcbt proof ... No fro^t ... No defrosting e\er! 100-lb. capacity top door freezer, twin porcelain enamel hycirators, 2—twenty-cube Quickube trays with removable ice tray co\cr shelf. Egg shelf holds 21 eggs, and butter compartment, to mention on!-' a f?w f.ne features . . . and fam- s Frig-daire quality! "FREE" ICE EJECTOR WITH THE PURCHASE OF THIS REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER • • . budget priced . . 2 - speed, 2 - cycle '62 Frigidaire automatic washer ?. --spivris! ?-'C.v::l \Mlh a special cydt " \ur->!v;v:j is tailored to the fabric Patented »-r;ng "pump agitator" WITH QUALIFIED TRADE Frigidaire Exclusive Patented 3-Ring "Pump" Agitator bathes' dirt out without beating . . . gets clothes cleaner. Rapidry spui gets clothes dryer than any oilier washer. Automatic dispensing of bleach or detergent, liquid or powder is a tune saver and .'.' fresh water lint-a\\ay rinses float hnt uwoy from clothes and out of the v,o;er automatically. 5.00 DELIVERS As little as 10.00 monthly up to 24 mouths to pay WL'DA-GZ A1AJOK APPLIANCES — STREET FLOOR ANNEX

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