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OBITUARIES JUDGE A. M. BARBE (See Story on Page One) * * * JOSEPH BROUSSARD Funeral services for Joseph Broussard, 76, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday from the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church with Rev. H. F. Schuster officiating. officiating. Burial will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery under the direction of Gilmore funeral home. Mr. Broussard, a resident of 2116 Clarinda St., died at 7:30 a.m. Friday in a local hospital. A native of New Iberia, he had lived in Lake Charles 15 years. Survivors are two sons, Oben Broussard of Lake Charles and Norris Broussard of Los Angeles, Angeles, Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Hilda Lastrape and Mrs. Gladys Zeno, both of Houston, Tex.; five sisters. Mrs. Lodie Kerlegan, Mrs. Eileen Kerlegan and Mrs. Alma Durion, all of San Francisco, Calif., Mrs. Matilda Matilda Melancon of Houston, Tex. and Mrs. Alvina Shinette of Sycamore. Sycamore. Also, four brothers, Oday Broussard of Sycamore, Amos Broussard of San Francisco, Calif., Dumas Broussard of Oakland, Oakland, Calif., and Theodore Broussard Broussard of Los Angeles, Calif.; 11 grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. » ••» * MRS. DELIA CLOPTON (See Story This Page) * * * MRS. DORA FREEMAN MAPLEWOOD -Funeral services for Mrs. Dora Edith Freeman, 44, of 209 W. Lee St. will be announced by Hixson Funeral Home of Lake Charles. Mrs. Freeman died at 7:45 a.m. Sunday in a Beaumont, Tex., hospital after a short illness. illness. A native of England, she had lived in Maplewood seven years. She is survived by her husband, husband, Herbert Freeman; two sons, Jerome Moomau and Michael Michael C. Freeman, three daughters, daughters, Christine Louise Moomau, Maureen Helen Freeman and Josephine Josephine Biaca Freeman, and her mother, Mrs. Mabel Carey, all of Maplewood. * * * MRS. THEODCIA HAGAR RAGLEY — Funeral services for Mrs. Theodcia Jackson Hagar, Hagar, 86, were to be at 2 p.m. today in Kernan Baptist Church in Ragley. The Revs. Farley Greene, W. D. Bland and Donald Hagar were to officiate with burial to be in Hagar Cemetery under direction of H i x s o n Funeral Home. Mrs. Hagar died at 8:30 p.m. Saturday in a DeQuincy hospital. hospital. She is survived by three sons, W. A. Hagar of DeQuincy, Bud Hagar of Lake Charles and J. . L. Hagar of Moss Bluff; six daughters, Mrs. C. T. Andrus of Ragley, Mrs. Joe Patterson and Mrs. Earl Mitchell, both of De- Quincy, Mrs. Floyd Rester Bossier City, Mrs. W. E. Bevil of Houston, Tex., and Mrs. Edward Edward Jones of Sulphur. Also, one sister, Mrs. Dora Williams of Ragley; 33 grandchildren grandchildren and 51 great-grandchil- en. * * « KIMBERLEYMOBLEY LEESVILLE — Funeral services services for Kimberly Ann Mobley, three-year-old daughter of Sp/5 and Mrs. John M. Mobley x Rt. 4, Leesville, will be in Manchester, Manchester, Ky. The Mobley child died at 1 p.m. Saturday in a Leesv i 11 e clinic. The Mobleys have been living in Leesville for the past two years. Hixson Funeral Home of Leesville shipped the body to the family's permanent home. Survivors, in addition to the parents, are one brother, Michael Michael and one sister, Kathy Lynn, all of Leesville. * * * JAMES R. ODOM OPELOUSAS — Funeral services services for James Richard Odom. 74, will be at 4 p.m. today in Lafond and Son Funeral Home in Opelousas with the Rev. Bob Wallace of Eunice officiating. The Rev. E. D. Coleman will conduct graveside prayers. Burial will be in Myrtle Grove Cemetery. Mr. Odom died at 4:40 p.m. Sunday after a long illness in an Opelousas nursing home. A nalive of Oykdale, he was a retired farmer. Survivors include his wife, the former Madeline Cuntz of Leonville; Leonville; two sons, James Richard Odom Jr. of Beaumont, Tex,, and Gilbert R. Odom of Beverly, Mass; and one daughter, Myrtle Odom of Eunice. Also, four brothers, Frank Odom of Kinder, Ralph and Jessie Jessie Odom, both of Eunice, and Clarence Odom of Pitkin; three sisters, Mrs. Oftay Guillory of Reddell, Mrs. Jimmy Miller of PItreville and Mrs. Herbert Young of Eunice, and seven grandchildren.