2 THURS., JUNE 25, 1964, Lake Charles American Press DEATHS JAMES CROSBY , - Funeral services for J a m e s : .Daniel Crosby, 63, will be bold • at in a.m. Friday in Hixson Fu- nrrnl Home Cliapcl. . .The Rev. Pratt McCloud will officiate. Burial will be in Lew. is Cemetery in DeRidder under the direction of Hixson Funeral liome. Survivors are bis father, John R. Crosby of Dayton, Tex.; four brothers, I. C. Crosby of Pine Bluff. Ark., W. C. Crosby of • Winnficld, Harvey Crosby of Lake Charles and Curtis Crosby of Los Angeles, Calif, and one sister, Mrs. Lola Roberts of Houston, Tex. * * * C. DAUGHENBAUGH (See Story on This Page) * * » HERMAN T. HAYES CROWLEY (Spl.) - Herman T. Hayes Sr., 49, who formerly worked as a pharmacist at a Lake? diaries drug store, died at about 5 p.m. Wednesday at; his pharmacy here of an apparent heart attack. Funeral arrangements were i incomplete, but services, were i to be conducted Saturday morning at a Catholic church in Lafayette. A native of Iberia Parish, Mr. Hayes was a graduate of Paul Breatix High School of Lafayette i STOCK and received his degree in i ••• UV<N pharmacy from Xavier Universi- • i-y of New Orleans. He came to Lake Charles in 1052 and was employed as a . pharmacist at Purdy's Drug Store on Mill and Haskell Street where he worked until 1958, when he left to open his own pharmacy in Crowley. Mr. Hayes was a member of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. and served as secretary of the local graduate chapter since its organization in 1952. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Kulh B. Hayes of Lafayette, and two sons, both of Lafa vette. JfcrtelftM* U.I. WtATM* RAIN — Showers and ihunder- showers will prevail ihis evening over ihe south Atlantic states and in an area from the southern Plateau into the Rio Grande Valley. It will be cooler over ihe northern and central Atlantic states while warmer readings will prevail over ihe Mississippi, Ohio and Tennessee Valleys. Little temperature change is expected west of the Mississippi. (AP Wirephoto). BUSINESS MARKETS Volume Is Up; Trade Brisk; AT&T Up 2 DOW JONES Son * STOCK AVERAGES •pHURSDAY Fourth Hour Averogw: Industrials Rails ,..., Utilities Fourin Hour Stocks: Allied Chemicals 5334 American Bakeries iWi American Con 44 American T&T 721,1 ..628.44 up 1.45 .212,32 up 1.64 ..143.28 up .84 Induif. Rails. UNI. Stocks Armour & Co. ... sov! 5, rev J dav "*•* 176 - 9 IM-' 310.1 Boeing Aircraft . SvJ Week ogo 436.9 173.6 152.8 308.2 Branlff ... ™£ Month ago 434.4 172.2 151.2 306.6 : Cities Service jniJ YPor ago 377.5 147.3 144.4 J70.4 Conllnetnal Oil '.'.'.'. 70*1 W>* high 440.7 176.9 153.6 310,1 ' Dynalectron /....'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. M Eastern Airlines '...'.... ajik I Firestone 4154 i Ford .".!."".'.,!! SlH General Dynamics '. 771/1 General Motors LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLES WEATHER Temperature todoy t» o.m.) ............ to Minimum today (3:10 a m.) ............ 7j Maximum mterday (J p.m.) ........... n Relative Humidity (» a.m.) ............. 70 Ralnfoll today ........................ none Rainfall yesterday .................... jj Si/nset today .................... 7:18 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow ............... 5:13 am Sea level presura (» o.m.) ......... 30.06 Tides Today: Low, E;« p.m., -0.5. Tomorrow: High. 4:19 a.m., l.»; low, 7:22 p.m., »o.5, On Tobacco NEW YORK (API-American Tax Given Telephone's new, split stock was the big trading favorite late this afternoon as the stock market i moved generally higher on the MARTIN LEBOUEF week>s biggest turnovcr ' (Spl.) - Funeral es were to be held at 3 p.m. today for Martin LeBouef, 85. of Route 1, Box 295, Vinton, who died at 2:45 p.m. Wednesday in a Lake Charles rest home. Rites will be held from the e for the day was csti- ™ m i m o'n M m ' Ul ° n General Telephone !.!!...'.! 32H w. R. Groce 5714 Gull Oil .. sSVi Gulf Stales '. 3svi Hercules Powder 45 Kennecotl Copper 93 BATON ROUGE (Spl.) - The majority of Southwest Louisiana representatives voted for pas- saga of the bill to increase municipalities' shares of the state tobacco tax, which passed Gains of fractions to a point or so outnumbered losers in the RCA irregular advance. 1 Pan American „, J. C. Penney 543.; Pepsi Cola «j. - Pittsburgh P.G ' Poiarolcf AT&T climbed 2 points as it 14V 4 Sears Roebuck" ".'.'.'.".i'.'.'."!!"!"'114'* Socony Mobil jin Sperry Rand usj Hixson Funeral Home chapel | showed every intention of pac- here with Rev Daniel Perego,, ing the Big Board on volume for pastor of the Crossroads Bap-1 the second straight session. tist Church, officiating. Assist-) ing will be Rev. James Poole,' Westinghouse Electric, a of the Vinton Methodist Church, i shade higher, was running sec- Burial will be in Reed Ceme-!°n d - icrv. ,,. , . , Mr. LeBouef was a native of dS/ StOCkS C ° nt!nUed l ° Cameron parish. He is survived by three sis- i Motors were uneasy, General ters, Mrs. Alice Reed of Vin- Motors losing a full point, j . of Texos Co ;; 791,:: United Airlines :::;;..;:. 54* I united Gas Reps. Mike Hogan, Harry Hoi- lins, Conway LeBIeu, A. J. Lyons and Robert McMillan voted for passage of the bill. Rep. T. J. Strother voted against it. Ab- uent or not voting were Reps., Bert Adams and Norman Ordo- i neaux. The bill gives municipalities LIVESTOCK Area Sales Results 57* I an extra §6 million share of '•' state tobacco tax revenues. The hill now goes to the Senate. LO U | SIANA LIVESTOCK MARKET Mlcillt'i Commission Yard Wednesday, Jun« 14, MM CATTLE RECEIPTS: Small, 361 head sola; 4 horses, 13 sheep. • I MARKET CONDITIONS' Trading Ac ton, Mrs. J. B. Mudd of Groves, Chrysler erased a gain and was t ^ 0en0 ^.. A , c , t J v ?i.. 0e . ma . n . <1 i. .Good, price*-. Tex., and Mrs. Adam Brous-! unchanged. , sard of Hackberry. -.. . ,. - » . Oils, airlines, utilities, rails SYLVIA LYON^ anc * c 'hemicals were mostly head Enka rose more nigher DEQUINCY i Spl./ - Sylvia American Ruth Lyons, S3, died at her i than 2. home al 2 a.m. today. , A wide vanity of slocks ad- Funeral services will be an- ' vancecl a poini or more. nounced by Snider Funeral Prices were generally higher Home later. The body will be on the American Stock Ex- at the funeral home until time change of services. Corporate bond^ were irregu- Survivors are her mother, ' ar l>' lower. U.S. government • Mrs. Dan Lyons of DeQuincy ; ! bonds were unchanged to a • her grandmother, Mrs. Betty! shade higher. Patterson of Fields; two broth- -- ers, Dan Lyons Jr. of Houston . and Carl Lyons of Port Arthur; , three sisters, Mrs. J. S. Dick ' and Mrs. L. P. Dupre, both of •Port .Arthur, Tex., and Mrs. Joe Broome of DeQuincy. W. M. MALONE PLAIN DEALING (Spl.) Funeral service.? for W. M. Ma; lone, 84, will be held at 3:30 -p.m. today at the Bailey Funeral Home in Plain Dea'ling. • Mr. Makme died at 2:30 p.m. " Wednesday in Plain Dealing. Survivors are six children in; eluding George W. Malone of Lake Charles. t X If EBB PRICE ALEXANDRIA (Spl i - Funeral services for ?:bb Price, 81, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Longview Baptist Church near Devil le. Bunal wilj be in New Hope Cemetery at Big Island under the direction of Hixson Brothers Funeral Home of Alexandria. Mr. Price died at 6:30 p.m., ; Tuesday at this home. He was a ••rfctjrtd tanner. Survivors are three sons, Curtis R. Price of Lake Charles, , Lfconaid £, Price of PiaeviJle ;aiid Hardy E. Price of DevilJe I slid orit daughter. Mrs. Erma »Lte Sayts of Eifie arid thret vgrandchiidreu. Oldest Resident Of Jennings Rites Planned JENNINGS (Spl.t - Funeral services for Charles Daughenbaugh (Uncle Charlie), 88, will be held 10 a.m. Friday at Miguez Funeral Home in Jennings. The Rev. William Mayo, pastor of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery Jennings. Steody HOG sold. HOG MARKET CONDITIONS- Trod I Inq Action. 1 Active. Demand Good Prl- ' i ces: Steady. CALVES ' SLAUGHTER: Good to choice 20-r> Standard, 18-20. Utility 15-18. : STOCKERS: Good (o choice (250 Ibs. up) 20-2250. Common 6. Medium (250 Ibs. up) 16-20. Good liaht (250 Ibs down) i 18-25.50. STEERS AND HEIFERS SLAUGHTER: Good to choice 20-21.50 Standard 18-20. Utility 15-18 STOCKER STEERS: Good, 17-20. Com-i , mon 4 Medium 14-17. ! STOCKER HEIFERS: Good, 14-19 Com- ' mon & Medium 14-16. COWS 1 SLAUGHTER: Commercial 12-1350 • Utility 11-12. Cutter, ?0-11. Conner 9-\0. Shclli Down to 650 STOCKERS: Good 151650. Common and Medium 12-15. COW AHO CALF PER PAIR Good none. Medium None. Common, 100-125. Inferior 75-100 BULLS , Commercial 15-16.50. Utility n-15. Cut- ! , HOGS i J Choice Borrows 4 Gilts (180 to 175 Ibs ) i N« s -,!?-. c 1? lce Ba Tows & Gilts fl« to' 175 Ibs.) 13-14JO. Butcher plas (75 to I I 1J5 Ibs.) 12-14. Medium Barrows 1 Gltti ' ! 11-13. Sows (400 Ibs. down) 11-U.50. Heov- I ler sows (old) 10-11. Good feeder plas , ; none. Common & Medium None. Woods i hoss 4-11. Renting Firm To Rent Its Office LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP)-The neon sign over a downtown building carried this message: "Rental Specialists. We Rent Everything." I On the plate glass window of: I the vacant office was another i jsign: "For Rent." i DUGGAN SAYS: A fascinating contrast plant because of its foliage, is Allachia Metalica. Also con- sJriiT black Japanese Pine, Pirancantha. All of them arc grown in larffe containers. For shady areas, as base of troes, and buildings, use the hardy Aspidistra. CONTAINER GROWN/ ROM', dp Montana Vine makes clusters of lovely pink flowers, Alamanda Vine offers yellow wax blooms which last several days . . . and we have them In single and double. Copper Plants and Hibiscus love sunny areas. Come and get your Caladiums, we have them mixed in 3" pots in our shop. Everything you need for gardening is right here: Insecticides, Fertilizer, Plant Food. DUGGAN'S GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY 2027 Hwy. 171 \. HR 6-2032 in Mr. Daughenbaugh was a retired farmer and a one-time • deputy sheriff. He was a native of Freeport, III. and had come to Jennings in 1884 in a covered wagon with his family i from Howard County, Iowa. He ; was eight years old at the time, i He had lived in Jennings longer j than any other citizen. He resided ai North Cutting A\e. Survivors art one brother, Earl 0. Daughenbaugh of take ; Charles and two sisters, Mrs. ' , Will Wilder of Gulfport, Miss. 1 and Mrs. John Pfconingtoa of Big Lake, Minn. QUIETER... MORE POWERFUL... ALWAYS DEPENDABLE FEDDERS WOEID'S UR6EST SEUING AIR CONDITIONER Bill by Hollins Passed by House SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 A&HANGKD B H. D..I. W.Ui.r. WW. C.../J Air. f HpM Qnt«t jour loan BATON ROUGE (.Spl.) - In recent action in the House of Ktpresefltativfeg, a bill s L o n, r red by Rep. Harry HolTof | %£% STJT* i-atc tnaj its »ai ptia^eci uoat-1 veoieoce. a Oi pilots a l UClOU. MJJ- You Ott M« »*Mt Ui*S» - "Qt tnai ivi Jifc gy\t!'!tOr *:d by Uit- iii tai n region Lt included; j^,, <ts MiuHtU^s uf the Buwd oi Hil-jt Ctt. M». Pro) mimtnn uxunfl* AUL FRANCE CO. »IJ ST, NOW NEW LOW PRICE BU0GET TERMS 95 GENERAL TIRE SERVICE Uii«# M. OPEN THURSDAY TIL 8 P.M. EVENT Now . . . ynur Bed I store iu more convenient than ever . . . we've ju:,l completed on extensive remodeling and are offering these sensational values as part of our big celebration. You'll find table after table of Beall quality merchandise attractively displayed for today's busy shopper in a setting you're sure to enjoy. Come by and see MEN'S FURNISHINGS BOYS' WEAR READY TO WEAR GIRLS' DEPARTMENT COMPLETE HOME FURNISHING • SHOES FOR THE FAMILY • SEWING DEPT. PRESEASON SPECIAL PURCHASE OF BETTER BACK-TO-SCHOOL DRESSES FOR GIRLS Sizes 3 to 6x Sizes 7 to 14 2 50 3 00 We've got them for pre-schoolers and their big sisters too ... solids, plaids and stripes in saucy peasant style, tailored styles, even two piece jumper styles. Yon'll be amazed at the values for such a modest price. Come have a look-see and lay-away several or CHARGE them! "CHARGE IT" AT BEALL'S BfflfftT BETTER DRESSES $4^- /100 4 • MA\Y .STYLKS & COLORS • ASSORTED FABRIC'S • BROKEN SIXKS — SPECIAL — KNIT TOPS FOR SUMMER SIZES C f ' ! 1 00 Topj tor »!,'ic . . . lopi lor coal »um- mcr *cur . . logs lor value) A ipgrWms (,'oup c-l knit travel lovln' biouii-i in ITKUV colon and ctytta. Unbelievably prked ul only U Ot'. Buy '•m t/ th« drgwtitul. OPEN A BEAU CHARGE MONTHS TO PAY SPECIAL! MEN'S DACRON COTTON SPORT SHIRTS VALUi- 44 SIZES S-M-L Cool as olr, short sleeveless Doc- ron polyester and cotton sport shirts — neatly tailored with cuffed sleeves. Permanent collar slays. Solid colors. Tremendous savings. REMODELING SPECIAL STRIPED QUILTED BEDSPREADS Coverlets & Drapes VALUES TO 10.95 5 Fontostic s a v t n g $ on beouMM quitted bedspread, .coverlets and drones. Beautiful chrome acetate In decorator stripes. Buy now & save! MATCHING DRAPES 3.88 EXTRA SPECIAL 3-PC. TIER & VALANCE SETS i 66 ASSORTED STYLES A dellQhtful way lo (live your windows a bright new outlook lor summer . . . and at such a money saving low price. Choose from live pcoular cole styles including O'.naburqs, nainsooks, (lock print borders, qing- ticni turns or acetate Chronwjn soiidi. Man/ fresh n«<y colors. Shop <wd tove at Bcoll's. SPECIAL StERSUCKLR STRIPES 2-PC. DRESSES 4 STYLES 3 00 • O.RLY, PINK, BLUF • SIZE 8 TO 18 SPECIAL GIRLS' JAMAICA SHORT SETS SIZES 3 TO 6X 7 TO 14 Summer | lm . Is playtime ond we've not o big lelec- lion ol fiirlj' lomoico »et. of this tpecial purchaji Price. Bright cotton knit u,\, or knit ion over denim •hortj, trlmmetf wllb KTMO prlnti or oppllavn. Stl.d wxeral ot thli money wvlna prlct. MEN'S SUMMER SPORT COATS VALUE SIZH 85 TO 44 17 BOYS' SUMMER SPORT COATS VALUES TO 24.65 5 »»15 SIZE 4 TO 20 MEN'S SHORT!E PAJAMAS 166 SIZES A, B, C, D BKALIAS 949 3rd AVE.
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