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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Monday, August 21, 1961
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2 MONDAY, AUG. 21,1%1, Lake Charles American Press OBITUARIES Saturday in the Chenneyville clinic. . REMUS ADAMS KAPLAN (Spl.) - Remus Ad-, „ im, 64, died fit 6 a.m. Sunday in t , she * s survived by four sisters, Use Crowley American Legion Mrs ; *•«!«.« Fontenot find Mrs. J. J. Williamson Sr.. both of ^i^t'^lff STSTLte^akfie, ""and I A.m. today In the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic church. Burial was ID Abshire cemetery iunder direction of Meaux funer- »1 home. He is survived by liis wife; one ion, John Weldon Adam of Cow ijtey f two daughters, Sandra Sue ?A«fatn of Crowley and Mrs. EU jivood Gaspard of Port Arthur, Texas; one sister, Mrs. Armogene Roche of Kaplan; four arothers, Alcee, Amadee, and Ar- Adam, all of Kaplan, and \madus Adam of Crowley; and grandchildren. » • * J. W. BASSHAM BfiRtDDER (Spl.) — Funeral 'ervScea for J. W. (Jim) Bas'•ham, 76, will be held at 2 p.m. ?fuesday at Hixson chapel here itith Rev. Deveere Sanson and lev. Dan Reeves officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Mrs. J. D. Rayburn of Baton Route. * * * THOMAS TYLER Thomas Joseph (Joe) Tyler, 60, died at 7 p.m. Sunday at St. Patrick hospital. Funeral services will be held at 5 p.m. Tuesday at the Burke- Hammer funeral home chapel. Burial will be in Prien Memorial Park. Rev. Phillip Kaye, a Memphis, Tenn. minister, will officiate. A native and life resident of Lake Charles, Mr. Tyler lived at 414 Burnett street. In ill health, he had retired from Louisiana Western Lumber company where he was shipping clerk. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Minnie Fullington, Tyler of Lake Charles; one son, Thomas Joseph Jr. of Lake Charles; and Sulphur Boy Killed in Iowa State SULPHUR (SpU—Dickie Roya, 10. son of Robert Roya of Sulphur was killed at 10 p.m. Saturday in an automobile accident at Charles City, Iowa. The youth was in a car with his mother, Viola Bonsall and an older brother, Bobby, when their j car was struck by another as they were turning into a driveway. His father Is en route to Iowa for funeral services which are pending. The youth is the grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Roya of Vinton and the Nephew of Mrs, Leroy Boudreaux of Vinlon. . Bunai w e n lm daught Miss Ann Tyler emetery with Masonic rites atj of Lake 6charles and Mrs . E . M . graveside. Mr. Bassham died at his home n.peRidder at 12:45 a.m. today. Sp! was a member of Luding- on Baptist church and DeRidder Jasonic Lodge No. 279. Survivors are his wife; one on, Billy Bassham, seven sis- ers, Mrs. Bertha Powell of Houson, Tex., Mrs. Clyde Haught if Port Arthur, Tex., Mrs. Dan leeves of Stisbee, Tex., Mrs. lortense Slaydon of Oakdale, >lrs. Jessie Wolf of Warren, -Ark. .Irs. S. L. Bassham of Alaska, uid Mrs. Myrtle Bassham of Salt wake City, Utah. • * *• R. M. BOOK ; ST. LANDRY (Spl.) — Richard A. Book, 86, of St. Landry died it 11:40 a.m. Sunday at his home. Funeral services are set at 10 i.m. Tuesday in the First Baptist church at Lonepine with Rev. Roy Norton officiating. Burial will oe in the Griffin cemetery under direction of Ardoin's funeral home sf Oakdale. I Survivors are six sons, William : Jook of Illinois, Clarence and Er- icst Book, both of Lonepine Joyd Book of Clearwater, Del >ert Book of Lake Charles, anc ,ouis Book of Bastrop; 31 grand children and 26 great grandchil Iren. : ' . * * * MRS. W. T. BRANDT : EUNICE (Spl.)—Funeral serv Uces for Mrs..W. T. Brandt, 74 iivere held at 10 a.m. today a ^Pilgrim Rest Baptist church jBurial was in the church cem& ! tery under direction of fu .neral home. Mrs. Brandt died at 3:20 p.m Saturday ,at her home following a long illness. She is survived by three sons, George T. Brandt of Eunice, W I. Brandt Jr., of Lake Charles, and Freddie Brandt of Ville Platte; one daughter, Mrs. E. C. Simmons of Lake Charles. Also four brothers, Willie Spears of Opelousas, Gus Spears of Redell, Albert and Sidney Spears, both of Church Point; four iisters, Mrs. J. N. Holman of Kinder, Mrs. J. S. Childs of Crow;ley, Mrs. S. R. Johnson of Church point and Mrs. John Parkman of iMissisippi; three grandchildren and one great grandchild. * * * CLEOPHA GANNARD •* CROWLEY (Spl.) — Funeral services were to be held at 10:30 >.m. today for Cleopha Gannard, 38, Lyons Point farmer, who died tt 5:50 a.m. Sunday at the Aroer 'can Legion hospital. were to he in St. Mi jhlil-CatholJc church. Burial was 0 be in Woodlawn cemetery under direction of Geesey-Fergu ion funera Ihome. He is survived by his wife; two Irons, Hubert Gannard of Bunkie Iwd Wilson Gannard of Crowley; four daughters. Mrs. Sam Bran- tato of Albambra, Calif., Mrs. lurphy Porrier of Crowley; ». Augustin Trahan, and Mrs. fCmery Simon, both of Lafayette. 1 One brother, Adolpb Gannard |f Marksville; one sjster, Mrs. fthelby Gaspard of Marksville; ' line grandchildren and 10 great {randchjldren. CLAUDE LYONS JR, CB0WLBY (,SpI.) - Claude C, l-yon» Jr n ^o, Crowley coffee "-""aid hew dislribi^or, 4JW 13 p,m, Sunday at bis home. » *^, .._,,.<.. WJJJ ^ beJ(J ftt , in the Presbyte- with burial in the 014 cemetery. The Geesey. ime in Crow ey w 1-eterge of ajrangeraenU. 10 swrvived by his wife; eUugljter*, Nancy ADO, Rosteet of Ma plewood. . . » MRS. LOUISE VEST IOWA (Spl.) Funeral services for Mrs. Louise Bayard- Vest, 87, will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St. Peter's Catholic church in New Iberia. The body will remain .at. the* Evangeline funeral home in New Iberia until the time of services. Burial will be in the Roselawn cemetery in Sulphur under direction of Hixson funeral home of Sulphur. Mrs. Vest, a resident of Sulphur for the past 40 years, died at 4 a.m. Saturday in the Consolata home for the aged in New Iberia. ' She was a member of the Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic church in Sulphur. She was a native of New Iberia. Survivors include one son, V. V. Vest, former mayor of Iowa, one daughter, Mrs. Charlie Carrol of Joplin, Mo.; ten grandchildren and 13 great grandchildren. Local Couple's Daughter Will Receive Degree ABILENE, Tex. (Spl.) - Anita Hartsell Ritchie, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hartsell of Lake Charles, will receive her Bachelor of Science degree from Abilene Christian College here Friday. Mrs. Ritchie is a graduate of Edna high school and is from Cisco, Tex. She is married to Eris Alton Ritchie Jr. She was active in A Cappella chorus and Pandoras, women's social club, while a student here. BRIGITTE IN P R I N T — A Malayan United Nation* toldler Hd«i neonnalt* sance car whote driver named It after hit favorite movie actrtu —Brlflltte Bardet. Vehicle It In front of the Louvanlum Unlvenlty In Leopoldvllle, where Conflo Parliament meet*. Woman Free After Mistrial Is Declared MERIDIAN, Miss. (AP) -Mrs. Mildred Rawson was free on $7,500 bond ioday after a jury failed to reach a verdict in her trial for slaying her semi-invalid husband. Judge William Gunn declared a mistrial Saturday after the jury couldn't bring in a verdict. It was the second time in seven months that a mistrial was declared. The jury said it was deadlocked 7-5 in favor of conviction after it was out nearly six hours. A jury in February deadlocked at 10-2 for acquittal of murder charges. The state charged Grady Rawson Jr., was shot at home after an argument with his wife. Rawson, 31, was almost paralyzed, Dist. Atty. Paul Busby said. Mrs. Rawson said her husband threatened to kill her, cursed and beat her. She said she shot him in self-defense after they raced for a gun. His family testified he couldn't walk. Mrs. Rawson's family said Rawson could walk "almost as well as anyone." Amphritite, a ship 65 feet long and 29 feet wide, is the world's largest inflatable ship. It is lightweight, collapsible and can easily be loaded on an airplane. Allen Academy Gives Students Fine Education Parents who want their sons i to have a better education should investigate Allen Mill- tary Academy in Bryan, Texas, one of the nation's outstanding prep schools. ( , Room reservatlo»s for, next September are at a record high for this time of the year so it in advisable for parents who are! sincerely interested in their' eon's education to contact the school as soon as possible. The success of Allen Academy graduates is assurance that your son will ajeo profit by this superior training. , : There i* A ratio of one teacher for each II students. This makes possible personal super* vision which .results in a academic standard, Allen Acad emy has a distinguished faculty, modern facilities, and a desire to guide your son on the road toward greater achievement. Classes start in the seventh grade and continue through high school and junior college, Write today for a free catalog, may be arranged. Allen MiUta*y Academy ARYAN. TfXAII Kip Heimendinger To Get Degree AUBURN, Ala. (Spl.) - Kip W. Heimerdinger of Lake Charles will receive the Bachelor of Electrical Engineering degree at Auburn University Thursday. A total of 553 degree candidates will be in the processional of the summer commencement. The commencement speaker is President Edwin D. Harrison of Georgia Tech. Boys Suffocate In Refrigerator TUCSON, Ariz. (AP)—Two boys suffocated Monday night in an abandoned ice box stored in the garage at their home. Dead are James Ralph Wai- droop, 11, and William Croy, 3Vi, his nephew. Police who found the youngsters almost seven hours after they were last seen said it appeared the boys had crawled into the ice box while playing. CORE Head Claims Rides To Continue NEW YORK (AP) -James Farmer of New York, national di! rector of the Congress of Racial j Equality, says "Freedom Rides" will be stopped only when Southern terminals are actually desegregated. Farmer charged Sunday that Mississippi "unwittingly recharged the batteries" of the Freedom Ride movement by ordering all persons arrested in previous rides to appear in person for jthe setting of trial dates for ap- i peals. | He also said CORE is optimistic that the Interstate Commerce Commission will order "no discrimination" signs in interstate vehicles and depots. 1 Biit to be effective, the ICC must provide "adequate sane! tions" against efforts to segregate southern waiting rooms, he said. ! "We will watch and see," Far- jmer said. "We will test the sanctions. If the test shows they are not effective, the Freedom Rides will continue." Miami Youths Are Persistent About Robbing MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - If nothing else, Eddie Dumo and Bruce Pellham must be credited with persistence. Miami police say Dumo, then 16 and Pellham, then 18, were ar- rested three years ago attempting to crack an auto dealer's safe. Dumo was turned over to juvenile authorities. Pellham was permitted to join the army. Arrested at the same safe, same address early Sunday the two told detectives they had a very reliable tip the safe contained $34,000. Lt. Hardy Bryan said the safe was empty. Chiggers will attach to a per- json and stay there for three or I four days. CASH? Justly 7#6 Mttfl// It's Summer Money Time at Beneficial- Call when you want vacation cash! The minute yok want summer money, BENEFICIAL'S got it for you! Just call up — get cash for vacation . . . cash for left-over bills . . . plus an International Credit Card for extra cash wherever you go. "You're the boss" at BENEFICIAL. Phone now! Loans $25 to $1500 and more. Loans under $300 life-insured at low cost. Beneficial Finance Co. of Lake Charles 318 BROAD STREET, LAKE CHARLES PHone: HEmlock 9-2486 • H. D. Flotte, YES MANager OPEN EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT —PHONE FOR EVENING HOURS — BENEFICIAL— French Institute Member Dies at 84 PARIS (AP) - Abbe Henri Breuil, member of the French Institute and a noted paleontologist, died today. He was 84. The priest-historian taught successively at the Universities of Fribourg in Switzerland, at the Paleontological Institute of the College de France, and at the Un- iversities of Lisbon and Johannes 1 ' i ;burg. .: He became famous for his discoveries of many cave painting* and sculptures by prehistoric man in France, Spain, Ethiopia, South Africa and Ireland. Hemorrhoids often tad to CONSTIPATION cause hemorrhoids. Avoid irritating, habit- forming laxative*. Rely oft NU JOL. Not a mere lubricant, Nujol emulsifies m intestines to incfewa moisture retention, thus add bulk fo* easier elimination. 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