Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on May 27, 1964 · Page 5
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, May 27, 1964
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OBITUARIES MRS. MATILDA BAKER ; MRS. F. THI60DEAUX SULPHUR (Spl.) - Mrs. Matilda Bakef, 81, a resident of the Cemetery Road, Sulphur, died at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital. Funeral services will he held at 10 a.m. Thursday in Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church. Burial will be in Mimosa Pines Garden of Memories under direction of the Hixson Funeral Home. A Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Baker was a native and lifelong resident of the Sulphur area. Survivors are four sons, Bevian Hebert of Carlyss, Rufus Hebert of Sulphur, Truman Hebert of Lafayette, and R. J. Hebert of Houston, Tex.; three daughters, Mrs. Letia Navarre of Houston, Mrs. Thelma Saunier of Sulphur, and Mrs. Hilda Beard of Clinda, Calif. Also three step-sons, Joe Baker Jr. and Romain Baker, bolh of Sulphur, and Jim Baker of Oberlin; two s I e p-daughters, Mrs. Mae Trahan. and Mrs. Anna Hebert. bolh of Sulphur; three brothers, Tillie and Frank LeDoux of Sulphur, and Valcry LcDoux of Vinton; two sisters, Mrs. Maggie Hebert of Hackbcr- ry and Mrs. Allie O'Quin of Sulphur; H grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. JOHN JENSEN SULPHUR (SpU-John Alvin Jensen, 44, a resident of (he Carlyss community died a! 12:10 p.m. Tuesday in the West Calcasieu Cameron Hospital. Funeral services will be held al 2 p.m. Thursday in the Hixson Funeral Home Chapel here. The Rev. D. W. Poole, pastor of Henning Memorial Methodist Church will officate assisted by the Rev. R. L. Green, pastor of Southside Baptist Church. Burial will he in the Dutch Cove Cemetery. Mr. Jensen was a native ant! lifelong resident of the Sulphur area, a veteran of World War JI and a member of the WOW and American Legion. Survivors are his mother, Mrs. Nellie R. Crunk of Sulphur: one brother, Samuel L. Jensen of Niagara Falls, N.Y.; and two sisters. Mrs. Opel Martin and Mrs. Juanita Barrilleaux, both of Sulphur. MRS. SYLVIO MOLBERT RAYNE (Spl. i Funeral services for Mrs. Sylvio Moi bcrt, 76, of Rayne, mother ol Charles Molded of Lake Charles, will be held al 9 a.m. Thursday in St. Joseph Catholic- Church here. Burial will be in Iho church cemetery. G o o d e n Funeral Home will he in charge. A Rosary will he recited nl 7:30 p.m. today al Iho funeral home. Mrs. Molberl died Tuesday at (he home of her daughter, Mrs. Francis Duhon in Port Arthur. Tex. Additional survivors are one daughter, Mrs. Clarence Castille of Port Arthur; three sons, Mil- Ion and Allen Molbert both of Port Arthur, and Harold Molbert of Jasper, Tex., and two sisters, Mrs. S. R. Dent and Mrs. Hilda Olivier, both of Lake Charles. MAY 2?, " Amtritfin EGAN (Spl.) -Mrs. Frank Thibodeaux, 90, of Egan, moth cr of Mrs. Bill Ellender of Lake Charles died at 6 a.m. today in the Jennings American Legion Hospital. The body is at Geesey-Ferguson Funeral Home in Crowley. Funeral services will he at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in SI. Michael Catholic Church in Crow- Burial will be in Egan. * + * MRS. RAY YOUNG IOWA (Spl.) — Mrs. Lelia B. Young, 52, of 120 Thompson St., Iowa, died this morning in a Lake Charles hospital. Funeral services will be announced by Hixson Funeral Home of Lake Charles. Survivors are five sons, Howard, and Alva Young, both of Lake Charles, Ray D., Ray Young Jr.. and Robert Young, all of Iowa; three daughters, Mrs. Richard Wells of Lake Charles, Mrs. Sherman Ortego of Elton and Lorelta Young of Iowa, and her mother, Mrs. Cole Stutcs of Crowlcy. Also, one brother, Luke Boud- rcaux of Tampa, Fla.; Ihrce sisters, Mrs. David Doucet of Crowlcy, Mrs. R. S. Young of Sulphur, and Mrs. Gerald Brous- sarci of Lake Pack, Fla., and 13 grandchildren. Class Night Event Set At Boston Class night activities for W. 0. Boston seniors will be held at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the high school gymnasium, Principal John J. Johnson announced today. The program will be the first in a scries of events leading up 'to graduation. Theme of the class night program will be a trans-world flight, with stops as places representing different stages of the class' progress. Bacrnlaiireate services will be held al 3:30 p.m. Sunday with the Rev. N. P. Jones, pastor of the Old Emmanuel Baptist Church, delivering the sermon. Commencement for the 97-momber graduating c I a s s will be held at 8:15 p.m. Tuesday. Music for both the baccalaureate service and commencement program will be furnished by the high school choir under the direction of Mrs. M.' L. Chavis. Clause in Teacher Pay Bill Opposed \ • * **• BATON ROUGE (AP) - The Louisiana School Boards Association urged the legislature Tuesday to strike out a provision in proposed teacher pay raise legislation that would close the schools. i The association said no matter j how desirable the impletnen-! —-•-••• i Sulphur Church Will Sponsor Kindergarten j SULPHUR (Spl.) - The First Baptist Church of Sulphur will sponsor a kindergarten during) the coming school year. ! Classes will be held from 9 a.m. until noon in the new cd-; ucational building. The kinder-j garten will follow the Calcasieu j Parish school calendar for start: ing school and observing holi- ' clays. Mrs. Bonnie Bonnoll will be' in charge of the new school. Registration for the kindergarten will be open In the pub-' lie Thursday from 3:30 to 5 p.m. at the church office. Pre- rcgistration of church members' I children was held Tuesday aft- ; jernoon. The class will be lim- i ited to 25 children. , . Mrs. Bonnell received her B.S. j I degree in elementary education I 1 from Alabama College at Monte- yallo. Ala., and her M.S. degree ' • in child development from the ! University of Alabama. She has taught public school in Montgomery. Ala. and Mous- 'ton, Tex.: in college laboratory! 'pro-school al the University of Alabama, Oklahoma Slate University and Henderson Slate Teachers College at Arkadel- .phia, Ark. i Mrs. Ronncll has taught the | past year in Ihe AAUW Cooper-, i alive Pre -School in Lake '• I Charles. She will have a full-lime :is• sistant in the new kindergarten. Starks Post Office Is Set iddinq on New Brewery Cellars 7 Conversion Cost Precludes School DELAWARE, Ohio (AP) Lake Street Church of C.otl ha.s abandoned plans for using underground brewery cellars as Sunday School rooms. Instead, a new church will be built over the old beer caverns, which will be filled in. Architects, inspecting I. h e basemen!, became interested in odd stone construction. A walled- up entrance was broken through to reveal the tunnels and caverns. The Rev. Carl Maynard, pastor, says cost of conversion is the only reason the caverns won't ba used for teaching or heating purposes. STARKS (Spl.) - Bids for construction of a new Starks Post Office building will be lak- ' en beginning June 5, the U.S. ; Post Office Department has announced. . The 1,000-square foot building will be constructed on a site already chosen by the Post Office Department about 50 foci east of Main Street, fronting on an unnamed street. A parking area of approximately 2,490 feet is also incluci- l cd in the plans. U. S. Rep. T. A. Thompson said thai (he Post Office Department has informed him it is '. interested in a 10-year lease ! with four five-year options for renewal. Advertisement tor the bids will be posted in the Slacks Post Office June 5, and will be i opened in Houston, Tex., July I 21. Carl P. Seal of Houston is real estate agent in charge. tation of a new teacher pay schedule may be it "cannot be a party lo achieving higher salaries at the possible expense of closing schools." J a m e s Prescott. executive I secretary of the LSBA, issued a I policy statement reaffirming its j support of higher teacher pay. There can be no doubt, the statement said, that LSBA "has in the past supported and will continue to support the pas-| sage and implementation of the salary schedules approved by, the United School Committee.''" But it added: "HR 370, SB 11 and SB149 each ' contain a provision directing school boards (o implement this schedule from all sources of funds available lo Ihem 'for soj long as and to the extent that, such funds may be available.' , No appropriation for the im-' plementation of any part of the j schedule is provided. "No matter how desirable the i implementation of the sched-j ulcs may be. the Louisiana' School Board Association cannot: be a party to achieving higher ; salaries at the possible expense of closing schools. This is our i opinion as lo what will happen if any one of these bills become law and is not subsequent- j ly fully implemented. | "Moreover, our association i cannot place itself in the position of asking local boards to be intellectually dishonest and to adopt budgets which they know cannot provide 180 days of school. "For these reasons, the LSBA must clearly, but firmly, state its opposition to these bills now pending in the legislature and urge that they be amended to exclude the requirement thai local school boards must totally implement (he new schedule from all sources available without regard to Iheir effect upon the length of the school term or upon school hoard budgets." 5 CHIHUAHUAS EQUAL 2 DOGS NORTH LAS VEGAS. Nov. iAP) - It lakes 24 Chihuahuas to equal one regular dog, in the opinion of the North Las Vegas City Council. A city ordinance says a homeowner can keep only two dogs without having a kennel permit. But the council decided Mrs. June Sesma can keep her five little Chihuahuas without a permit, if she doesn't add any to her collection. SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 > BV PHO\K ArranffR your loan li.v plume. 1'ick up Hie cash at your run- vf-nicncp. No cn-sljfners. Same day service. 74-Monlh Plan 30-Monlh Plon You Get Mo. Pmt. You Gel. Mo. Pmt S 80.00 — S 5.00 11028,00 — $47 00 1358.59 — «0.00 $1339.00 — iil.OO M34.43 — 435.00 $1628.00 — J7J.OC $983.82 — $5400 $1941.00 — $89.00 Above payment! include ALL charges DIAL FINANCE CO. Dlol 433-9W 415 RYAN ST. 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