Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on June 12, 1964 · Page 24
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Friday, June 12, 1964
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2 FRIDAY, JUNE 12, 1964, Lake Charles American Press OBITUARIES MRS. C. ANDERSON Funeral services for Mrs. Lynette II. Anderson, 44, of 1014 N. Goos St.. will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Gilmore : lor, Mrs. Artin Funeral Home chapel. j vill'e. Burial will be in Combre Me-! morial Park Cemetery. The Rev. R. S. Taylor will officiate. Mrs. Anderson, a native of gard Funeral Home of DeRid- der. Mrs. Varncll is survived by j her husband, Thomas K. Vaf-1 nell of Rosepine; and one sis-1 Arcadia, died June 7 in a local hospital. She had been a resident Lake Charles for the past 25 years. Survivors are her husband, Charles W. Anderson; her mother, Mrs. Maggie Holland; one daughter, Mrs. Maggie M. Craft, of LOPS- LEON C. WHITE Buchanan; one brother, Dallas Funeral services for Leon Charles While, 75, of 1013 Pujo ( St., will be held at 4 p.m. Satur- ( of i day in the Hixson Funeral Home! Chapel. ! The Rev. Hugh Van Eaton,, pastor of the First Baptist I Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Highland Memory Holland; and one drcd Holland, all Tex. sister, Mil- of Dallas, BUSINESS & MARKETS EZUBE KERSHAW HACKBERRY (Spl.) - Funeral services for Ezube Kershaw, 65, of Hackberry, will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Coastal Memorial Funeral Home chapel in Winnie, Tex. The Rev. George Rabroker, pastor of St. Louis Catholic Church of Winnie-Stowell, Tex., will officiate. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery in Winnie. A Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today in the funeral home chapel. Mr. Kershaw died Thursday in the West Calcasieu - Cameron Hospital in Sulphur. MRS. ALGIDEE* PIZANIE Funeral services for Mrs. Alcidee Pizanie, 85, of 2211 Prien Lake Road, will be held at 4 p.m. today in Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic Church. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery under the direction of Hixson Funeral Home. The Rev. Joseph A. Bourque will officiate. Mrs. Pizanie, a native of St. Marj- Parish, died at 7:10 a.m. Thursday in a local hospita. Survivors are three sons, Felix, J. Alvin and Audrey Pizanie, all of Lake Charles; tsvo daughters, Mrs. Victor Bresofski and Mrs. Amos Hebert, both of Lake Charles; 16 grandchildren, 32 great-grandchildren, and one great-great-grandchild. Gardens Cemetery. Mr. White, a resident of Lake Charles for the past 64 years, died at 3 p.m. Thursday in a local hospital. He was owner and operator of the White Furniture Co. for many years, and was associated with the Milford Furniture Co. for several years after closing his furniture business. A native of McComb, Miss., he had been a member of the First Baptist Church for more than 50 years, and was a past chairman of the board of deacons. Survivors are his wife; two daughters, Mrs. Harry Deitz and Mrs. Cyril Rhodes, both of Lake Charles; two sisters, Mrs. NeU Alvis and Mrs. S. M. Young, both of Shreveport; one brother, Walton M. White of Shreveport, and seven grandchildren. PARTLY CLOUDY — The central Gulf coast can expect partly cloudy skies and warm temperatures tonight, with the possibility of scattered showers. It will continue hot and humid in the southeastern quarter of the nation and a warming trend is due in the northeast. It will b« cooler in northern and central Plains and upper Mississippi valley, Showers will spread from tha central Plains eastward into the middle Mississippi valley and the upper Lakes region. (AP Wirephoto Map). Showers May Relieve Heat Across State Louisiana is in for a hot weekend, possibly relieved by some isolated thundershowers. The lows tonight will range from 72 to 76, hut the highs today and Saturday will soar to 92 to 96. Only a trace of rainfall was reported in the past 24 hours LC City Court Handled 808 Cases in May Lake Charles City Court handled 808 cases during May, according to Murray Anderson, city judge. The figure included 483 traffic, 156 criminal, 152 civil and 17 juvenile cases, Of the total criminal cases handled by the court, pleas of guilty were entered by the defendants in 87 cases. Five cuses were tried resulting in three convictions and two acquittals. Eight cases were dismissed by the court for various reasons. Bill Providing Uniform DWI Tests Killed BATON ROUGE (AP) House Judiciary A Committee voted down Thursday a bill providing for uniform chemical tests for persons suspected of driving under the influence of alcohol. The bill would have required all suspects to take a blood test. They would be considered driving while intoxicated if the alcohol content in the blood was more than 0.10 per cent. Rep. Thomas Early, Orleans Parish, said that figure was too arbitrary and that different persons become intoxicated with different amounts of alcohol. Rep. Taylor O'Hearn, Caddo, said the bill was necessary to protect the lives of thousands In the traffic court, 354 per- i of innocent drivers from drunk- sons entered pleas of guilty to j en drivers, the alleged offenses. Ten cases i were tried, with five verdicts j of guilty and five of not guilty., Thirty-two were dismissed for i various reasons. Thirty-three warrants were issued for persons who failed to Wallace Accepts Offer to Address State Legislature LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLES AREA TEMPERATURES Temperafurw today (t a.m.} 84 Overnight low « o.m.) 71 Maximum yesterday (1:30 p.m.) »o Relative humidity jf o.m.) 70 Rainfall today None Rainfall ytsterday None Sunset today 7:14 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 5:11 a.m. Sea level preuure (1 a.m.) 30.02 Tides today: Low 11:44 a.m., l.«; High 1:75 p.m., l.«; Low 10:32 p.m., -1.0. Tomorrow: High 4:04 a.m., 2.2; Low 11.25 p.m., -0,7. appear m court on traffic matters. Man Wanted On Bad Check Counts Held A man wanted from Hawaii to Boston, Mass., for issuing worthless checks has been taken into custody by the Calcasieu Parish Sheriff's Department. The man, William Harold Wincanpaw, 46, of Rockland, Maine, was wanted locally for the issuance of $175 in worthless checks, according to Sheriff Henry A. Reid. DOW JONES THURSDAY (Courtesy of A. G. Edwflrdl ortd Sons, 107 Weber Building.) Third Hour Averoges: Industrials 811.79 up 4.26 Rolls 204.09 up .90 Utilities 141.35 up .56 Third Hour stocks: p Allied Chemicals 53"« American Bakeries )8V» American Can 46V4 American T&T 135V 4 Anaconda 401 j Armour and Co 471/4 Boclna Aircraft tWi Branllf JO Cities Service 553,4 Continental Oil 69 Dynalectron 47;. Eastern Airlines 3ji/ 2 Firestone 30!-. Ford 52 General Dynamics 2«i General Motors 87>/i General Telephone 3314 W. R. Grace sy£ Gulf Oil 57$ Gulf States ." 44 Hercules Powder ny, Kennccoft Copper so'/i Llbby ijv, Mack Trucks AW, Lockheed 34 Mack Trucks iw, Montgomery Ward 3534 National Airlines ! Si* Olln Malhleson ."" 43V, Pan American 7] J. C. Penney s^it Pepsi Cola «?J Pittsburgh Plate Class 74?!, Polaroid 136% RCA 32 Sears Roebuck IIJIA Socony Mobil jii/. Sperry Rond ]." fifc STOCK MARKET LIVESTOCK Area Sales Results ointments In Lafayette ' Diocese Listed Appointments, changes of pastors, and firs), appointments of newly-ordained priests have bncn announced by Most Rev. Maurice Schexnayder, Bishop of Lafayette diocese. The Rev. Lloyd' P. Hebert, assistant pastor at St. Margaret Parish, has been named to the same position at St. Peter Parish in Gueydan. The Rev. Grady Eslilette of New Iberia will replace Father Hebert at St. Margaret Parish. , AH mu i i jHe will arrive from Rome in mQ rt f r i •, oc i Jul y- H e was ordained last De- market continued its recovery move into the third straight day with trading quiet late Thursday afternoon. Trade Quiet, Recovery Is Persisting STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Press 60- Indust. Rolls Utll. Slocks Pfev. doy .... 438.3 170.8 151.4 303.1 Week ogo 425.2 169.5 149.9 300.7 Month cttio 436.5 168.1 153.1 3044 Year ago 382.9 144.9 154.5 272.3 1964 hlqh 440.7 174.0 153.6 307.8 LOUISIANA LIVESTOCK MARKET Micelle's Commission Yard Wednesday, June 10, 1964 CATTLE RECEIPTS: Small, 400 head sold; 1 horse, 2 goats. MARKET CONDITIONS: Trading Action: Active, Demand: Good. Prices: Steady. HOG RECEIPTS: Small. SI head sold HOG MARKET CONDITIONS- Trad: STOCKERS: Good to choice (250 Ibs. up 19-22. Common & Medium (250 Ibs. VfjSM G °° d " Oht (ZM lbSi down) STEERS AND HEIFERS STOCKER STEERS: Good 18-21. Common & Medium 14-18. STOCKER HEIFERS: Good, 17-19 Common & Medium 13-17. COWS Commercial 13-14. Utility 12-13. Cutter 11-12. Conner 9-11. Shells Down to 6 STOCKERS: Good 14-16. Common'ond medium 12-14. COW AND CALF PER PAIR , Good, none. Medium, None. Common 100-125. Inferior 75-100. BULLS Commercial 14-17. Utility 14-U. Cutter HOGS 1/U°5 ^ rrows & Gl " s " 80 lo ' 7J "«•) Choice barrows & Gilts (140 lo 175 Butcher'plos (75 to 135 Ibs.) 11-13. Medium barrows & Gills 11-13 Sows (400 Ibs. down) 12-12.50. Heavier Sows (old) 10-11. Good Feeder Pigs, none. Volume for the day was estimated at 3.9 million shares compared with 4.18 million Wednesday. Gains of key stocks, ranging from fractions to more than a point, outnumbered losers in the same range. A radical drop in trading volume in Texas Gulf Sulphur — which showed a fractional loss —was a feature of the session. Advancing a point or more were such pivotal issues as Du Pont, General Electric, Reynolds Tobacco. Scars Roebuck and American Can. International Nickel advanced more than a point. IBM rose about 4, Bcaunit and Lukens Steel around 2 each. Airlines were generally soft. United lost more than a point. Gains of about a point were made by Polaroid, U.S. Smelting, Zenith and General Motors. Prices on the American Stock Exchange advanced. Corporate bonds were narrowly mixed. U.S. government bonds were generally unchanged. cember, in Rome. The Rev. Jude Speyrer of the University of Southwest Louisiana Catholic Student center will replace the Rev. Harry Pelous at Our Lady of the Lake Parish in Port Arthur. The Rev. James Wright of Breaux Bridge has been appointed to the faculty of Landry High School in Lake Charles. The Rev. Sam Jacobs of Lake Charles will be assistant pastor of St. Joseph Parish in Rayne. Father Jacobs was recently ordained. Son of Resident Graduates From Yale University George Jarvis Geer Wilcox Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Geer Wilcox of 2409 North U.S. 171, has been awarded a bachelor of arts degree by Yale University. Wilcox will be one of seven Louisiana students graduating from Yale University at the 263rd commencement Monday. VOTE DAN WISE ALUMINUM SIDING: [Call HE 3-8045**: , FOU FREE ESTIMATES RAY CARNEY !'..'•• Home Improvements '• * BATON ROUGE (Spl.)-Ala- | bama Gov. George Wallace i Thursday accepted an Invitation Sixty-five warning t i c k e t s | to address a joint session of were issued by city police to the Louisiana Legislature, and , scheduled his talk for n e x t [ Also, 25 persons were sent to Thursday. i the driver improvement school j The legislature had earlier in- ; vited Wallace, President Lyndon ; Johnson and Arizona Sen. Bar-} ry Goldwater to address joint The 4,600-year-old Methuselah i sessions during their campaigns pine tree in California's White j for president. Wallace's is the MRS. THOMAS VARNELL a ^. that was rec ° rded at Ken * ROSEPINE (Spl.1 - Funeral 1 AH reporting points except services will be held at 2 p.m.; Burnvood, which had a high of; motorists" Saturday for Mrs. Dollie Var- 89, recorded 90 or above tern-1 Also 25 nell, 68, of Rosepine, who died peratures Thursday. The high-!the drivei Thursday at 11:30 p.m. in her : est in the state was 95 at Mon- j and required to attend eight c e '- ->i u i. u, ,1. roe ' : hours in driver education. Services will be held from the The long range forecast said i Enon Primitive Baptist Church' temperatures would be two to The 4,600-year-old Methuselah near Pickering with Elder Her-; five degrees above the normal pine tree in California's White man J. Blackmon and Elder J.; highs of 86 to 92 during the Mountains is at the end of a ! only "reply received so far. K. Haymon officiating. , next five days. Normallows are two-mile path. Another trail,.' Governor Wallace will be in! Burial will be in Cryei• Ceme-j 68 to 74. Widely scattered thun-lhalf a mile long, leads to 4,300-i Louisiana next week campaign-! tery under direction of Beaure- i dershower activity is predicted. (year-old Pine Alpha. ! ing for president ' CHEVROLET makes all types of quality trucks • «/*•/•' STEPSIDE PICKUPS The Chevrolet pickup with flat interior body walls and con- ve/iient side steps for easy loading. Comes in 6 1 /?-, 8-, and 9-foot body lengths. Has durable wood floor with steel skid strips. It's comfortable to ride in because of independent front suspension. Standard engine is the economical 230 cu.-in: Six. A 292 Six or 283 V8 optional at extra cost. CHEVROLET QUALITY TRACKS COST CESS Check the T*H*T truck deals now at your Chevrolet dealer's CAGLE CHEVROLET, INC."" 1924 EAST BROAD CHARLES HE 3-6^363 BUY ON MULLER'S CONVENIENT CHARGE PLAN! STORE HOURS SATURDAY ? AM. TO 5:30 P.M. DOWNTOWN LAKE CHARLES AND SULPHUR TOH*TM nSTER MODEL 5325 SURPRISE DAD . . , COOL BREEZE SUMMER COMFORT 20-INCH PORTABLE WINDOW AND FLOOR TOASTMASTER FAN Quiet — Powerful — Portable 2-Speeds — No Radio or TV Interference Polished Aluminum Blades - Induction AAotor Surprise him with a Toaslinahler fan. Great for workshop or garage when he has the handyman urge to puller . . . ami grand for upot cooling indoors. Two speed push button switch. Platinum beige cabinet, whit* strap carrying handle. Quiet iuduclitm tootur. 110USKWAKKS § I'OUHTH FI.OOK

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