Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 26, 1964 · Page 22
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Tuesday, May 26, 1964
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2 TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1964, Lake Charles Amcricon Press r: .T & ,1 M .* ., a la f, * 0! ** A J MRS. ALBERTCHIASSON WALTER GILLISPIE fUARIES SULPHUR (Spl.) - Mrs. Al- Survivors include six daugh-. Icrs. Mrs. Daisy Cooper of Los! WEST I,AKK (Spl i - Funer- Angeles, Mrs. Alma Southwell; bert Chiasson, 83. a resident of al services for Walter Edgar and Mrs. Gloria Moore, both of i 422 Doiron St., died at 3:30 p.m. Gillispie. 83. will be hold in Mix- Compton, Calif., Mrs. Alice Wil- Moncjay in a Lake Charles mirs- sun Funeral Home's South Clia Hams and Mrs. Lenora Marshall, both of Oakland, Calif., LINDA FAYE OWENS Funeral services for Linda Owens, 12, of II be ' ing home. pel at 4 p.m. Thursday. The body will remain at Hix- Mr. Gi"'spio died at .1 a.m. and Mrs. Beatrice Dixon of son Funeral Home in Sulphur Monday in a local hospital Lake Charles; four sons, Albert ..__,.. ~ ..... . Runol ii-ill Kn IM I Iirrlil'iii/M ,\11 fT nt vVlfinn A.itnn Hot'. until 7 a.m. Wednesday when it will be sent to the Morton and Castille Funeral Home in Scott. Burial will be in Highland Miller of Wiona, Minn., Her- Memory Mr. G nf llenrv Gardens e Was a gradu Kindall Collepi today in the Christian Baptist Church with the Rev. W. C. Clark o/fidaiing. Burial will be in Combre Memorial Park Cemetery with the Progressive Funeral Home of man and Frank Miller both of | Qpelousas i'n charge. ale Los Angeles, and the Rev. W. ! \j is w -L ,n M. Miller of Lake Charles; one Muskogix', Okla. He had re- sister. Mrs. Carrie Ross of New A Rosary will be recited at tired as superintendent of the Orleans; one brother, Sam ScoK the Hixson Funeral Home at \v j. Quick Conslrticlion Co. by of Houma; 27 grandchildren 7:30 p.m. today. He resided a! HI. 1. Box i;>7. and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held u /' s! , Lakc> ' <™ d «™ a '"ember * * * at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Scott "/ t!l< J hpvt '» th 1)a >' Advrntist DAVIER. OAKES Catholic Church with the Hev. u 'ur c!l Laurence Fournel officiating - Survivors arc his wife. Mrs. ELIZABETH I Spl. Burial will be in Scott Catho- Gill is Jonnie Gillispie: one son, W. IS. al services for Davie R. Oakes. Miss Owens died Tuesday morning in a local hospital after an illness. A sixth grade' student at First Ward Colored School, she had been a lifelong resident of Lake Charles. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Owens Sr. of Lake Charles; two broth- i<uner-i erS) \vuijam Owens Jr., serv-' lie Cemeterv. -pie of West Lake: two 61. of Elizabeth, will be held daughters. Mrs Richard Go- at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Mrs. Chiasson was a native of forth of Lake Charles and Mrs. Hixson Funeral Home Chapel. ....... The Revs. Bill Hines, Deveree ing with the U. S. Navy in Boston, Mass., and Curtis Owens of Lake Charles; four sisters, Julia, Edna, Cathey and Rosalind K Owens, all of Lake Charles; the will of- ' maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barrow of Opelou- WARM — A high pressure area is moving in from the Gulf. Scattered showers and ihundershowera are expected tonight from ihe central Pacific coast through to the upper and mid- Mississippi valley, from the Ohio valley and the lower Great Lakes to the northern. Ailaniic coasl states, and parts of ihe southern Plains. It will be cooler from ihe central Plains to the Great Lakes and warmer in the Pacific northwest and northern Rockies. (AP Wirephoto Map) Lafayetle and had Incd in Sul- K. V. Robbins of Raslanura, phtir more than 30 years Saudi Arabia, (our grandchild- Sanson"and She was a member "f Our ri>n an(l S1X £re:>r-?randchildren. ,. jcjate Ijdy of LaSalene Ca«h,,.ic- ^ ^ * „„, ^ .„ Rosepine , sas, and the paternal grandpar- c . . . Cemetery. Survivors are four sons. Louis LOS ANGELES. Calif (Spl.) ., n , . ,.,,,, and Ophie Chiasson. both of -Funeral se-vices for Mrs Se- llr ' Oakes died Monda y in Sulphur, Leo Chiasson of Pit- Una Miller 74 a former resi- " 1e Beaure g ai 'd Memorial Bap- kin and R. L. Chiasson of Mcr- dent of Lake Charles will be tlst Hos P ilaI in DcRlddcr. ^ CIQI nientau. two daughters. Mrs J. held in the Chapel of Hemem- Survivors ars his wife; five : services for Mrs. Camilla Tal- STOCK MARKET W. Alu-r of Vintr-ii and Mrs hrancc in Los Anpelcs at 2 p.m. datighlers, Mrs. FJdius J. East i b ert, 89, of DeRidder, were to Harry M;ers of Sulphur, one Thursday with the Rev. T. L. of Sulphur, Virginia Oakes and ents, Mr and Mrs. Willis Owens, also of Opelousas. + * + MRS. C. TALBERT DERIDDER (Spl.) - Funeral BUSINESS MARKETS brother. Adelma .Martin of Bayliss officiating .r sisters. Mrs. L Lafayette, Mrs. L'ly- mnnal Park ~ of Duson. Mrs. Ber- Mrs. Miller Mary Oakes, both of Elizabeth, be held at 2:30 p.m. today in the Beauregard Funeral Home chapel. The Rev. Bertrand Simmons was to officiate. Burial was to be in Sugartown Cemetery. Mrs. Talbert died Monday in „. , , ,, , - .., -^....v. , v,,,-,* 06 Beauregard Nursing Homo .9 great-grardcntldren and one moved to Los Angeles from ell of Fort Worth, Tex., andi in DeRidder. She was a mem- PTTOC f-.-^T-o-5f _ rrnn nrinM t M T ^T.- /"'t.—-i__ nn . .... _ _ 7 * it _ i> * ... _ . Burial will be in Lincoln Me- Mrs. Grady Johnson of Lees:ville and Mrs. Shelby Paul of , . died Saturday Oakdale: one son, Roger Dale nsrc b-u5;3rd of Port Arthur, morning in Los Angeles after Oakes of Elizabeth; one broth••-•< ?.-,.: ..:" Alexander Rig- an illness of eight months. A er. W. M. Oakes of Alexandria• ^. <-.'• IhtrranH^.M^. na , |vc Q f ( ; ray La ^ ^ mc ^^ ^ ggg^g p ow _ I t A naud c: > great-great-grandchild Lake Charles 2fl years ago. seven grandchildren. G-E Air Conditioner prices start at $129.95 1964 Model RF602 • Squirrel cage blower wheel • Easy access slide-out chassis • Weather-protected electrical components EASY TERMS GCSSETT APPLIANCES 1509 Cypress — Sulphur 7.9119 i her of one of the pioneer families of Beauregard Parish. Survivors are one son, Marvin Talbert of DeRidder; two sisters, Nora Talbert of Sugartown, and Mrs. Hetti Russell of Chrysler Rise Helps Market; Trading Fair „ STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 10 , Corporate bonds were mixed. U.S. government bonds unchanged to higher. were DOW JONES Prey, day Week ago Month a'qo Year ago , 196-1 hlah , Indujl. Rails Utll. Slocks ....434.1 173.3 152.6 306.8 .*34.1 169.2 152.6 305.9 ' ' ' '63.0 151.8 301.9 •W.3 !<6.i 273..1 74.0 153.6 307.2 Rainfall today Rainfall yesterday Sunset . . . . Sunrise tomorrow (Courtesy er A. 9. Edwards & Sons 107 Weber Bldg.) MONDAY Fourth Hour Averages: Industrials 850.91 up .041 Rails 206.37o(f .92 Utilities 140.89off .15 Fourth Hour Slocks: Allied Chemicals Port Board To Release Land SULPHUR (Spl.) - Proponents of (he West Calcasieu-Camron Port, Harbor and Terminal District have agreed to release approximately six sections of land to the Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District for a possible industrial site. The land is located north of Went Lake in the extreme northeast portion of the proposed West-Calcasieu-Cameron District. Release of the land had been requested by the Calcasieu Parish Industrial Devel o p m e n t Board, who said it was needed by the Lake Charles Harbor and Terminal District as a proposed industrial site. The action was taken at a meeting late Saturday afternoon HI the Sulphur City Hall. West Calcaseiu and Cameron business and civic leaders at the meeting said that the purpose for creation of the new district was for cooperation and unified effort in the development i of the two parishes. Those at the meeting included (»"«i.m.5:::::::::So."o Sulphur Mayor J. Earl Koonce, West Lake Mayor Charles M. Carroll, Glenn Overman, J. R. (Pat) Donovan, Herman Busch Sr., Dr. George Isaac, Robert G. Frankland, C. L. Adams, M. J. Leborde and Hubert Blanchard. LOCAL WEATHER UAKE CHARLES WEATHER (» a.m.).'...'..'!.'!.'!!6« ,$: u am " j Talbert of grandchildren and two great- 1 grandchildren. NEW YORK (APJ-Strength ffl . 18' it . 43V4 .139 . 43'/« . 5<P<t Graduation Is Held Monday At Marion HS Amerlcon Bakeries American Can ... Amerlcon TiT ... Anaconda Armour & Co Boeing Aircraft ... Branlff ' 304. Cities Service 491,4 Continental Oil 72^ Dynaloctron s Eastern Airlines 331/4 i . ., , „ — —o"- - •"*- Firestone 391/0 late Monday afternoon. Trading ! *>rd ••" ail was moderate. iJenSS! ME'",::::::::::::::::: |£ Volume for the day was estimated at 4.2 million shares compared with 4.65 Friday. Gains of fractions to a point Judge Issues Decision On Bogus Checks Also S. R. Holden Sr., Den-ell F. Koonce, Judge Ellis W. Thompson, L. Postell Perkins, Keith Lyons and W. L. Henning. o <J ° vernment scientists have Gulf Oil 57H, Gulf States 4334 Hercules Powder 441; Kennecotl Copper si'/i Llbby is Lockheed 333/4 Three men charged with issuing worthless checks pleaded: guilty at their arraignment in ! succ eeded in isolating a pigment 14th Judicial District C o u r t i that tells plants when to bloom Monday afternoon. '• • Judge Clement Moss gave Earl J. Stansberry of 322 Haskell St. a one-year suspended jail term on his plea of guilly S '° CkS SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 amount of $37 .Jatlonal A'lrllnes ..!.!!!!! !)9>I ' ARKANGFD BY PHONF ^rsgtfjssfi ss &^=ii=i : I ~ r ? ^ v» - • *=« ---'-= fat at one ninl"^^ !» '*—=^TL m ^££tf°Z l <Z?~ "° —«~ s ™ Ruk points. The rise was accompa- Valedictorian James Hagar nie d D Y news of rising sales of bp erry Rand won three top awards Mon- [ Chrysler cars and another ex- IL d ; ni0 ' r ^ ollf day night during graduation ' P an sion project for the compa- exercises for 74 seniors at Ma- < nv - rion High School. ' General Motors and Ford ihe ceremonies were held in rose fractionally, the school gymnasium. j , ,. Hagar was presented the Un- I wh "i er "f f ? (nal Harvester, •rwnnri Pommm-™ a ,„ Q ,. A wnose P roflt s were up sharply, more than 2. Union was up about a point. 15" .. .. . Co. 78t,, United Airlines S7V. i United Gas «sJ; u. s. steei ;;.".'.";" l^ Zenith *ov, , derwood Commerce award i Bell Telephone Science award and an American Leg i o n award. Canadian Pacific rose nearly Louis Foreman received thoj 2 points, making a new high. 1 Woodmen of the World Ameri-' Other rails were narrowly can history award. Rodney mixed. Evans was recipient of the The performance of the min- Amencan Heritage award. The er-find stocks, which have been Civitan award went to George ; favorites in recent weeks, was j Pecormo and Juamta Poland re- j contradictory. Texas Gulf Sul- ceived the other American Le-'phur was running second gion award. „ to Chrysler in volume and rose a ,„,., IBM ,..,,, dlldend > lost more The school aband played the point or better. U.S Smelting processional and reces s i o n a 1 lost 3. for the exercises. Diplomas were presented by Mrs Nelda O'Conor, counselor W. C. Mims, principal, spoke briefly. Others taking part were Janet , ,. 5> C ° Ca Cola more than a Airlines were higher. International Nickel was Hickingbo torn valedictorian, down 1 and Zenith more than and Cheryl Robinson and Wayne i that Smith, salutatorians. „ . Scholarship, band and athletic A Pnces * ere , hl ^ her on the awards were also presented. Amcrica " Stock Exchange. __ Arab Mural Protested Dis M jack LMSl. AllV. 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