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2 THURl, JUNE 4, 1964, Loke Charles American Press DEATHS LR. Navarre, 53, of Oberlin Dies; Rites Set FRED GARY JENNINGS (Spl.) - Funeral services for Fred Gary, 50. of 704 Gallup St., will be held at 4:30 p.m. today in the Immaculate Conception Cath o 1 i c Church. Burial will be in the Doucet Cemetery near Hathaway. Mr. Gary died Wednesday at .1(1 ;30 a.m. In a Lafayette hospital. He was a lifetime resident of Jeff Davis Parish. Survivors aro four sons. Stanford Gary of Baton Rouge. Fred Gary Jr. of Hayes. Har- bld and Ray Gary, "both of .Jennings; one daughter. Mrs. Rose Marie Guidry of Lake Charles. Also two brothers, Asa Gary of Lake Charles, and Louis Gary of Jennings; five sisters, Mrs. Selvinie Sonnier, Mrs. Joe Young and Mrs. Johnny Gallier, all of Jennings, Mrs. Ovile Mott of Evangcline. Mrs. Jessie LeJcune of Lafayette; and seven grandchildren. if •; v MARSHALL LANGLEY WEST LAKE (Spl.) - Marshall Langley, 64, of West Lake, died at 8:20 p.m. Wednesday in an Alexandria hospital following a Jong illness. The body is at the Arrloin Funeral Home in Kinder where lime and place of services will be announced. Mr. Langley was a member of the Catholic Church. He had lived in West Lake one year after moving here from Ober]in. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Rose V. Langley of West Lake; two sons, A. 'R, Langley of Beaumont, Tex., and Paul G.'Langley of West Lake: one daughter, Mrs. Rilcy Gill of DeRidder; two brothers, Albert and James Langley, both of Lake Charles; and two sisters, Mrs. F. W. Smith, of Cherryville, Kan., and Mrs. Eva Fortenberry of Los Angeles, Calif. » * * MRS. JACK MESH (See Story Page One) Mrs. Lois M. Mesh, 35, died at 4 a.m. today in a Eunice hospital. She was a native of T e r r e- bonne Parish and resided at 2018 4th Ave, She was a member of St. Henry Catholic Church. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. A Rosary will be recited at Hixson Funeral Home at 8 p.m. today. Burial will be in Prien Park Cemetery with Rev. Daniel Habetz officiating. Mrs. Mesh was head cashier £or George Thcriot's stores for J3 years. J Survivors are her husband, plack Mesh; one daughter, Jac- 'quelyn Ann Mesh, both of Lake -,Charles; her mother, Mrs. Lucius Hebert; one sister, Mrs. JVlarjorie Berrett of Morgan City, rfour brothers, Aubrey, Cyrus. -JClyde and Elyes Hebert, all of sMorgan City. • "t * I LE ROY NAVARRE i (See Story This Page) 1 * * : f ' ALEX THIBODEAUX i OPELOUSAS (Spl.) - Funer•al services for Alex Thibodeaux, <69, of Opelousas, will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday at St. Ann Catholic Church in Mallet, La. » Mr. Thibodeaux died at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in a Lafayette hospital after a short illness. ' He was tiie father of John and Lawrence Thibodeaux of Lake Charles, and the brother of Carlton Thibodeaux of De- Quincy. • Survivors also include his >vife, one other son, five other brothers, three sisters, 15 grand- thildren and three great-grandchildren. OBERLIN (Spl.) - Funeral services for Le Roy Navarre, 53, Oberlin businessman and member of the board of directors of ^hc Allen State Bank, will be | held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at St. | Joseph Catholic C h u r c h of i Rayno. Burial will be in Pilgrim Memorial Cemetery in Rayne. Mr. Navarre died at 11:45 p.m. Wednesday in an Oakdale clinic following a heart attack. Tho body was to remain at the Ardoin Funeral Homo until 5 p.m. today, when it was to be j taken to the Gossen Funeral I Home in Rayne. i i Mr. Navarre was owner of I the Melody Drive-In Theater and part owner of an Oberlin bowling alloy. Survivors include his wife of Oberlin, his mother, Mrs. Emile , Navarre of Welsh; one daugh- | ter, Mrs. Delorcs Benoit of Oak- fflalc; three brothers, Henry and Romain Navarre, both of Rayne, and Mayo Navarre of ; Welsh; and one sister, Mrs. Hazel Stutes of Jennings. ! Honorary pallbearers will be 1 members of the Allen State j Bank board of directors. They ! are Oberlin Mayor Wheeler Fu- j selier, Charles Derouen, Howard Rush, Homer McLeod, Joe i S. Mowad, Paul Jantz, Jesse iBoyd Jr. and Alfred R. Ry- i dcr. Jurors Discuss Proposal For Juvenile Home The Calcasieu Parish Police Jury discussed plans Tuesday' for the construction of a juve- j nile detention home for the parish. Lawrence Fabacher, j u r o r '• from Ward 4, urged the jury members to take action concerning the proposed detention home. J. W. (Bill) Rosteet, jury president, said that action on the home should be postponed until the judgeship for handling domestic matters is created by the legislature, and the new' judge is elected. The judge' could then advise the jury as to what would be adequate fa- i ciiities. The jurors, after studying the matter, said that $200,000 would ' probably be nearer to the actual cost of the home than the §100,000 plan presented by the .' Lake Charles Junior Chamber j of Commerce. ; Tom Watson, Ward 3, said that a minimum of $30,000 an- ' nually will be needed to maintain the new home. ' Beauty Shop Is Sued In Damage Suit A damage suit for $5,000 has fceen filed in 14th Judicial District Court by a Calcasieu Parish woman who claims her scalp and hair were buried while she 'was a customer at a local beauty •salon early this year. ' Susan Tittle, plaintiif. named ^Arthur Reed, owner ui the iimi J:nown as Le Art House of Beauty, and one of his employes. Victory Dornak, as defendants. Dornak resides a! 703 School St.. and Reed at Common St , both in the cJiy, the suit said. The petitioner claims the incident occurred Jan. 20, this year. Board to Watch Teaching Of Karate Approved Sometimes to get a bill passed in the Louisiana legislature it takes some arm twisting. Wednesday, a bill to set up a board to watch over the teaching of karate, judo and other •. deadly bare hand combat arts won quick approval of a Senate committee. The approval came after a pair of experts from New Orleans showed how their art could be used to snap a man's arm or shatter his jaw. E Aviation Gasoline Contract Awarded To Cities Service The Cities Sen-ice Oil Co. refinery here has been awarded a contract for 78,800,000 gallons «J 115-145 grade of aviation gas- <j]ine by the Defense Fuel Supply Center. The contract, which runs }rwu JjJy 1 to December 31, is wurlii $»,577,000, according to ti»e amoutiwiHieoi released by the to re ia>owi ciate ben'. arid b&t.ts which art ivt the fuel were wot Jjy Cmes Smic* offi- Duggan Says: Containergrown Plants can be safely planted anytime. So till in the bare spots and he surrounded by beauty all long. Large containergrowo: leaf Barberry, A 1 a c a s i a MtUlica, fyracaiitha, Japanese hiat-k Pine. Oat- Gallon Hue in Bud and Bloom: PliunbajfO, Hibiscus, Ardiiia, Dwarl Banana*, Alamanda Viae. Ko»e de Montana And the always f unctional Copptr Plant. a» it is jHrrfect for hot la our Gi-etnhtiuie tvery- lor tilt home, office or itaJ. Coiuc a cticidet), Ptaat Food, Peat MOM Fertiliser. rs Greenhouse And Nursery '40^7 Wwy. J71 McKeithen Visited By 9-Year-Old BATON ROUGE (AP) - A 9-year-okI Baton Rouge girl, Barbara Evelyn Babin, fearful she may have given Gov. John McKeithen the mumps, delivered a pot plant lo the ailing chief executive Wednesday night. Barbara shook hands with McKcilhen during the inauguration reception May II. The next day she came down with the mumps. McKeithen, ill since the weekend, was disclosed lo have tho mumps Tuesday. Barbara arrived at the governor's mansion with her gift for McKeithen just as guests were coming for a reception ; honoring movie stars Bette Da! vis, Joan Crawford and others | in Baton Rouge for location I filming of "Hush, Hush, Sweet i Charlotte." | Melissa McKeithen, the governor's 10-year-old daughter, accepted the potted plant for her father at the mansion door. Mrs. McKeithen presided at the reception. Former Leader Of I Free French Dies I PARIS (AP) - Gen. Raoul j Magrin-Vernerey, 72, who com- Imanded Free French ground forces in Britain during World War II, died Wednesday »f B heart attack. Columbian Carbon Buys Plastic Firm | NEW YORK (SpI.)-Columbi-! an Carbon Co., a subsidiary of j Cities Service Co., has acquired the asset* and business of Plastic Materials & Polymers, Inc. in exchange for 42,993 shares of Cities Service common stock. The acquired business will be operated by Plastic Materials, Inc. with existing management, according to Edwin B. Brooks, president of Columbian Carbon. Plastic Materials, manufactures processes, and sells thermo-plastic materials, color concentrates, and dry colorants for the plastics consuming industry. • Optimist Head Will Install New Officers Harris Copenhager, governor of the Louisiana Optimist clubs, will be in Lake Charles Saturday night to install the newly elected officers of area Optimist clubs. Copenhager will install officers of the Lake Charles, Jennings and West Lake Chapters of Optimists and the Lake Charles Optimisses, a ladies auxiliary at a 7 p.m. banquet at the Chateau Charles. Lake Charles officers to be in- stalled are Elmo Stine, president; Miles Mitchem, vice president; S. T. Pendarvis, vice president; Jame White, secretary-treasurer and Walter Phillips, sergeant-at-arms. Copenhager is a Baton Rouge attorney who has held all Optimist club offices in the past. He is the first president of the newly formed Louisiana District of Optimists. Master of ceremonies for the installation will be Alfred Le- BJanc. Ever fill fresh tomato cups with tomato aspic laced with avocado? COUNCILMAN ISREAL LAFLEUR SAYS: "It's time for someone to represent the Interests of the City of Lake Charles and "Ward 3 with facts from the record* to back It up!" Yes, T^aFleur will be on KPLC-TV - Channel 7 Sunday, June 7th 4:30 P.M. to discuss and Ret an opinion on how you can stop fire without fireplups and water In the proposed fife district in Ward 3 outside of the City Limits. When Sweethearts Think Marriage.. Gordon's has the Rinq ^HS^K^5^if;?'.r>i/, -,'." 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