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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Tuesday, June 16, 1964
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TUES " JUNE 1*64, OBITUARIES WALTER CARROLL SR. Mrs- Archie McClain, Mrs. Funeral services for Walter i Thomas R. Warfprd, and Mrs. Jennings Carroll. 81. of 1401 C. B. Wallmon all of Leesville; Cactus Drive, will he held at 4 one son, E. H. Leach of Baton pm. Wednesday in the Lake R"»g<?: one brother, Joe Dil- Charles Bible Church. [^ of Coushalta; one sister. The Rev. Lowell Baggett will M«- c - "• Smedley of Jones- officiate. Burial will he in Creeli bpro: five grandchildren and Cemetery with Burke-Hammer six great-grandchildren. Funeral Home in charge. Mr. Carroll died M o n d a y morning in a local hospital after a lengthy illness. ROSE Funeral services f o r Mrs. Rose J. Simon, 59, of 2506 Ruth St.. were to be held al 2:30 p.m. today in the New Light Boptist Church. The Rev. M. M. Cuby was to JAMES R.CHENEY OKLAHOMA CITY. Okla. (Spl.) — James R. Cheney, 41, of Oklahoma City, formerly em- officiate. Burial was to be in ployed with Continental Oil Co. Huff and Thomas Cemetery with of lake Charle?, died here Mon- ' Gilmore Funeral Home in day. charge. Funeral services and burin! Mrs. Simon died June 11 in . will be held in Oklahoma City a local hospital. She was a na- : at a time and place to be an- live of LeMoyen, and had re- ( nounced. s 'ded in Lfl ke Charles for the Survivors are (our daughters, past 40 years. , Cheryl, Debra. Lisa and Michell Survivors are her father,: Chenev, and his parents. Mr Frank Jones of Oakland, Calif.; j and Mrs. R. H. Cheney, all of one daughter, Mrs. Clara M. Oklahoma City Young of Lake Charles; two - ' » * brothers, Alex Jones of Eunice, STATUM ELI DURANT ami James Jones of Beaumont, OAKDALE (Spl.i - Stalum Tcx " and grandchildren. Eli Diiranl. 28. of Vxlor. Tex., died at 3:05 a.m Monday in n Beaumont. Tex. .hospital. 'follmv- ing injuries received in an explosion on his job June fi. He was injured while work- Tuesday at St. Paul ing at. the East Texas Pulp and Church in Jennings. Paper Co.. in Evadale, Tex. The Rev. J. W. Wilkerson will He is the son of Mr. and officiate. Burial will be in the Mrs. Eli Durant of Oakdale. Benevolent Cemetery under the Funeral services were to be direction of Gilmore Funeral held at 3 p.m. today from the Home. Pentecostal Church with the Mrs. Simon died at 2:15 p.m. Rev. Mildred Deville and the Wednesday in the American Le- Rcv. J. P. Yogt officiating. Bur- ginn hospital in Jennings. ial will be in C-yer Cemetery She was on under direction of Ardoin Funer- "! s <- Paul Baptist House Rejects Curbs OnTidelands Spending BATON ROUGE (AP) - The• lo retire bonds for other pur- More than $650 million is tied Louisiana House killed a con-'poses with low interest rales up in federal escrow funds stitutional proposal today that and issue new bonds at higher | based on oil and gas revenues would have put a lid o"n any I interest cost to the taxpayer. I from the disputed offshore ter- legislatiye spending spree based ', Rep. Richard Talboti Terre- : ritory. j on a tidelands windfall, after ; bonne, asked the floor leader if The Senate came back at 9 jGov. John McKeithen's leaders McKeithen hadn't promised in ! a .m. the House at 10:30. At 3 fought the proposal. his campaign he favored using \ p m _ t G OV . John McKeithen. will The vote was 49-52 for (he bill tidelands money to pay n rr bond have a mansion news confer• — killing it — after Rep. Arthur debt and support capital outlay ence _ Crais, Orleans Parish, brought needs. . The code of ethics bill cane SHOWERS POSSIBLE — Scattered showers and ihundershowert and partly cloudy skies are predicted for Louisiana. Rain and drizzle are ex* peeled tonight in the Pacific coast states. Showers are forecast from the northern and central Rockies to the upper Mississippi valley and central and northern Plains. Scattered ihow- •ra are predicted for lower Mississippi valley and southern Plains. Cooler temperatures will spread from New England to the lower Mississippi valley and to the Rockies. (AP Wirephoto Map). cujruj MK5. SELENA SIMON JENNINGS (Spl.1 — Funeral services for Mrs. Selena L. Sim <>n, 65. will be held at 2 p.m. Baptist BUSINESS MARKETS Trade Fairly |DOW JONES Brisk, Rally Is Continuing Decision Set On Louisiana Fair Pavilion i i BATON ROUGE (AP) - Gov. ! John McKeithen met today with 7 C we r b*V juiwfnj!) Edword * " nd Son$ '' th ? Louisiana World's Fair Com- up the proposal for its second j Womack said yes, his basic and final try for victory in the! philosophy is that as much as House. i this money as possible should be The Crais bill would have used for debt retirement and spelled out that when and if the!?aP ltal outlay, but he could not state received any share of the i foresce . whal changes in state estimated J650 million in tide-1 economic conditions might oc- lands revenues held in escrow i cu r- . by the federal government, half i Crals (old lhe House: . . the state's portion would be : " Thc only dispute the admin, istration and I have over this up routinely today for final pas sage in the Senate, but was returned to the calendar at request of the administration The bill had not been printed since its revision, it was explained, and the governor's Senate leaders wanted each senator to get a copy and be given time to study it. signed one bill he It failed by one vote last Wednesday on the first test, with a supporting vote of 69-32. As a constitutional measure it | must record a two-thirds major- i ity of 70 or more in the House. constitutional proposal which would let the people of this state decide what they want done with the money." Parey Branton, Webster . Supporters originally argued 'Parish, offered an amendment 'the bill would prevent a pork; proposing that up to the first i barrel spending spree, with mil- $1 <> milli °n received from a tide- lions of dollars at stake when lands settlement would be used ! the federal and state govern- :to finance the admimstration- i ments reach a settlement of; packed Gulf South Research Louisiana's offshore boundary. Center, with the balance split TUESDAY NEW YORK (AP) - Indus- i trials paced a continued stock i Third Hour Industrials Rolls uo .57 142 41 up 35 HwirilMki: chemicals 52' al Home. Survivors are six daughters. * "'« "V Other survivors are his wife. Mrs. Mearl Craft. Mrs. Maude ''''!"-" dl 4 '° Mrs. Shirley Holden Durant and Melson. Mrs. Margaret John- ,,. ' one daughter. C o n n ie Dur- sn n and Mrs. Mollie Bryanf, all (-,' • , . ant. both nf Vidor. Tex.: three of Ho'j^on. Tex.. Selena M. Si- ' ' brothers. Charles Durant of Oak- "'ion nf San Francisco, Calif., dale, Billv Durant of Sweetwa- and K^e Lee Simon of Jen- Ipnnirm<; '' lala H""- 1 " d cuiiuiiueu MUCK , Allied Chemicals 52' ui.iiiiiii{,a. mii'knf rollu lafo »hlt- -jflnrnn/in American Boklcrles 18" the usher board ma ' Ket ra| v late tnis atternoon. : A meri c on con 44= otist Church Trading was moderately active. A™^™ T & T '$ n sir riaiiohinrc Volume for the day was esti- Armour & Co.".'::: :""::;:"::::" 47 e MX daughters. _...,., ... ... .|,r__ _, Boelno Aircraft ..52 s day b million shares ! S, Airc ™".. with 4.16 million Mon-J 8SS? nms tV, v ' e o e n ' . , fractions to ^00^0? ! ° a P °' nt ° r Dvnaiectron Eastern Airlines tor. Tex.', and James Durant "ings; five sons. Curley Simon' w,th the U. S. Air Force in Cali- °f Jcnn ngs, Albert ?" d Collins Simon all of San Steels were in demand. U.S. Jones & Laughlin rose more than a point each. Lukens General General Teleohone W. R. Grace Gulf Oil Gulf States Hercules Powder Kennecott Copper fornia: and two sisters. Mrs. «"" v""" s amion aii 01 san spurled mor - than 3 wheeling Lois Addition and Betty June Francisco, and Larl Simon of a ' nd Co p perwe ] d Steel about | Durant. both of Oakdale. Houslon: two brothers, Sherman each * " ' p ea nH Si iTQ- 0f X 7c lbe r ia 3nd General Motors, recovering i $t XSMSSf.'". "•--.:"•".: % H. L GILLIS Randolph Simon of San Francis- from Mondav's dip, advanced ^ g"j««v ............... ^ co: four sisters, Mrs. Rosetta more than „• p^ A1 , other | P ifi, bur ,h Pl «; 0,;,; '."..;.» mission and planned a decision uo 4.7j | whether to abandon the state's pavilion at the New York Fair. McKeithen had a 3 p.m. news conference and said he would release the details then. The governor received recommendations Monday from a three-man special committee on the World's Fair. JO' 6? 71 . 4> 32 4)'. , S3 1 27' 83' 33' 55'. Story on Page One! STARKS (Spl.l — Funeral , Mrs anc * leading auto stocks gained frac-; services will be held at 2 p.m. e^V,.^'"" 8 ..^??" 1 £" -° f tions - • wa^nocHQv f,,i- Horhort i ornv • 3dn r rancisco, ana i\irs. bunicc Chrysler was running well ' s \ ona a n of Erath: 18 grandchil- ahead" of Texas Gulf Sulphur as j TWOS' Co and two great-grandchil- «h< --"— -'--•--" ! united AID Wednesday for Herbert Lcroy Gillis, 52, Starks resident who was found dead in a water-filled pit near his home Monday. Rites will be held from the Starks Pentecostal Church with the Rev. L. .1. Nichols of Dc- Ridder officiating. Burin! will be in Miller Cemetery under direction of Snider Funeral Home t/t DeQuincy. He was a u'f.-ran nf World War II. Gulf was about unchanged. . .-„ ' " * Tobaccos, soft in early trad- MRS. ROMAIN STUTES in?, firmed and moved'higher LAFAYETTE (Spl.) — Fu- on news of bigger cigr.rette neral services for Mrs. Remain sh'nments. Stutes, 71. of Lafayette, moth- Some of the airlines made er of several Lake Charles resi- sharp cains. Up more than a dents, will be held at 11 a.m. < >oin t w e re Pa° American, Na- Wednesday in St. Peter and I' 011 " 1 and Delta. Paul Catholic Church in Scott IR M rose more fna n 3. US. She was the mother of Mrs Smyrna more than 4, Xerox U. S. Steel 35* Zenith i"" Civitans Seat New Officers In DeRidder The Louisiana exhibit tor the fair is ready. Sen. Adrian Du«i i plantier, chairman of the committee, told the Senate, but the building is not ready for it. BATON ROUGE (Spl.) — Two Financial troubles have plagued private promoters who were given the task of handling j Louisiana's fair exhibit by the • Southwest Louisiana "legislators administration of former Gov. switched their votes today to Jimmie H. Davis. help defeat a bill which would „,,... , ... , i dedicate any state tidelands The state has a beautiful ex-1 w ] n£ jf a i] hibit-stored in a New Orleans I Voting'against the bill today warehouse, Duplantier said, but gnd for it , ast wcek were the building to store the Louisi-: R Mike Hogan of Calca . ana exhibit » not properly fin- | sie |f Parlsh and Robert Mc . lshed - , Millian of Beauregard Parish. The state, he said, will deal i Southwest Louisiana legisla- with the World's Fair itself, but ttrs who voted eTach timre f ° r th ^ "We are not going to be deal- i bil1 were Re P s - Harry Hollms of ing with anv other intermedi-, Calcasleu Parish and Comvay ar y * j LeBleu of Cameron Parish. j Voting against the bill each "Either the Louisiana pavilion, time were Reps. A. J. (Tubby) mm nnc-o oi\ n UM or bu '^' n 8. will be 'ixed up j Lyons of Calcasieu Parish, Nor- DEHIDDER /Spl.) — DeRid- at no cost to t f, e S ( a ( e or Lo U - ; man Ordoneaux of Jeff Davis men of the Senate and House Conservat i o n Committees to serve without pay on the State Mineral Board. The chairmen are Sen. Howard Jones, St. Joseph, and Rep. Norman Ordoneaux, Jefferson Davis Parish, Sen. Charles Dcichmann, New Orleans, won Senate approval of a state constitutional proposal to increase the membership of the state board of health from eight to 11 members. Then Sen. Lawrence J. Babin, Convent, gained Senate approval of a constitutional bill to increase from seven to nine the number of members of the Louisiana Wild Life and Fisheries Commission. permit. As one objection, he ' porators as Hugh Coughlin. Al- Another bill completed by the aid, the state might be forced «andria, president of the Coun-! legislature would extend tade i- cil for a Better Louisiana, which nilely life of the Louisiana Milk sponsored the research center: Commission by repealing the proposal originally as a scpar-^966 expiration date, ate administration bill. The legislature also approved Branton said he had another and sent to the governor a bill tidelands bill in a committee requested by McKeithen to ere- which he can amend, "and be-,ate a foreign trade sub-zone in cause some of you are against \ St. Charles Parish. McKeithen the Gulf South "institute at this'said Union Carbide Corp., would time, I will withdraw my build a $50 million plant in the amendment." ' parish. Rep. Lantz Womack, Franklin Parish, a floor leader for Gov. John McKeithen, fought the Crais measure, saying the legislature should determine what to do with any tidelands money once it is received. Womack said the administration should have more discretion . than the Crais proposal would: Talbot mentioned such mcor- 50-50 between state bond debt retirement and capital outlay. Rep. Talbot opposed the Branton amendment. "I'm opposed to the method by which this $10 million would be used for a research center operated as a semi • private corporation," he Loco/, Area Solons Help Defeat Bill . He is survived by his parents. Otis Duhon and Hector Alpha an( ^ Cnntrnl Data better than 2 Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Gillis ot and Bradlev Stutes all of Lakp ™^ Starks; three sisters, Mrs. Har- Charles ' Pr^c^ were cenerally higher d f r Clvitan club installed new i s | ana wi n not ^. dve it3 exhibit i Parish and T. J. Strother of old Hayes. Mrs Harold Ellis The Rev Lawrence Fournet nn the American Stock Ex- officers ^Monday at ^ meejing at tne \v or ld's Fair," he said, i Allen Parish. and Mrs. Wayne Standlcy, all of will officiate at the services and " h ; nnp . , . . J" " bonds were mixed. ier In the War Memorial Civic Cen- - — PROVEN CHINCH BUG CONTROL plant food containing ETHION-— the most effective way of controlling CHINCH BUGS and feeding your lawn in ONE EASY STEP. 50 LB. BAG ... 5,95 GEORGE THERIOT'S FEED STORE Starks; and one brother, C. F Ciiilis of Marshall, Tex burial will be in the church cem- ctc-ry. Delhomme Funeral Home "f Lafayette is in charge. JOHN A. JANESE Mrs. :Stutes died at 12:45 p.m Funeral services for John Jan- Monday in Lafayette Memorial ese, 53, of 2710 Hinton Drive, Hospital, will be held at 3 p.m. Tr.urs- Additional survivors are her day in St. Henry Catholic husband. Roniain Stutes: one Church. daughter, Mrs. Noah Duhon of Burial Mill be in LtBleu Ctm- Lafavette: one Sister. Mrs. Sid- were to sliphtlv hiaher. * * KOTSQ , . . . Cll LOW VOte . , SEOUL, South Korea i'AP> leaders agreed today- New officers are Fred Cooley, president: John Feazel, first vice president; Luther Brown, second vice president; F. J. Ez- crnack, secretary; and M. P. Bolton, treasurer! Three new members added to of Past lieutenan 10 great- ment student demonstrations. stalling officer. .f Argentines Delay Scheduled Strike BUENOS AIRES. Argentina 'AP 1 —Argentine labor leaders h;;'.e po-!poned a 24-hour sit-in British A-Sub To Sh'rley Koval of Blythevillc. , . . . -, _. Ark . ]& nd Bcuy Janese of Lake JOIH U.b. fleet LONDON (AP) - H.MS Hubert, both ot Lake Charles, and \ ;M: t he i'nUed '"staVes" this Mrs Ferries! Leger of Ober- jnonin and go on maneuvers •-""<""• UJ.MJU."S (API — H .% Also, three Mster*. Mrs Man- Dr^dr.ouKn!. Britain's first riv Pc-ioqum and Mrs Frank He- dear - powered submarine. U,. —4 t^,»U^tl-,l.-r*L,_t _. ._ J ' J;n and four grandchildren * » « MRS. MARY LEACH LEESVILLE (Spl.i - .Mr- Mary Dillard Leach. 87 'i;td a: 1 P m. Monday a! fnr- V.'ar >,!•-- rrviria! Hospital after n i'.Mj iii Jie.-:- Fun'rral servict-s v.ere to 01 held at 2 p.m toda> v.:irj H:x- son Funeral Homo c-hapd h-:r>- The Rev?. Lionc-l P Croweil. Sam Hicks and Georyt Werner were to officiitt Burial was t-j bt- in b-cs> illt Ctn.eti-!;,. '•!.-• art t/.Tf-f i.i;s ;rht'-r- !he (.' .S Xavy, the Defense Mimstrv -aid todav. etery at Chloe with Hixson Fu- ncy Broussard of Rayne; three opposition resolution to lift mar- neral Home in charge. brothers, Henry Guilbeau.x of tial law in Seoul. President A Rosary will be recited at Lafayette and Dudley and Al- Chung Hee Park imposed it two 7 ",0 p.m. today in the funeral fred c.uilbeaux, both of Scott: 18 weeks ago to quell anti-govern- the district Shelby Oakes was in- home chapel. erandchildren and '" ..... ... Mr. Janese died Monday in a grandchildren, local hospital. He had been an employe of Cities Service Oil Cu. for 20 years, and a resident o? the Lake Charles area for 34 year?. Survivors are his wife. Mrs Aline Janese: three sons. Johnny Janese of Lake Charles, Win- .. - . . , ston Jane?e of the U S Navv str l ke at the nation s factories and J R Janese of Odessa. '" h"P*s of discussing labor is- Tex.: four daughters. Mrs Edith SUes Wlth Presl ^nt Arturo Ilha. C'.rmier and Mrs. Betty Green, Lake Charles. Mrs. BE WISE THIS IS HOME IMPROVEMENT VEAI BROWN-LILES BUILDING SUPPLY, INC. <«i3XiA.x«r, mm ••!••• Simplicity of line I nai'.s what mart's ihc Coiiiineniml * tla»it. \fai .ilicr \car. t»erythmg clean and functional . . . trom air con- (j.i.uoing %enis !h;i! blend into the Ojsh lo the ihin ij '. -- u^urne highlight of rontmentil's long, linear sule. No __, uniiijci niuri: ihjn hjit tti-.' people who buy in this price i -..'.•• r>u) ( t>nli!:i-'i!!-l. Nu wonder luu, li;ut sa'cs jrc up ._i".t ci-iii lu: tr.e lirsi quarter lhi% year. 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