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2 TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1964, ^^ fc "" I- -1 I I I. -I _...JJU.I| I i - - - _ 1 DEATHS J. VAUGHN BLAKE MAPLEWOOD (Spl.) - J. j. Vanghn Blake, 77, died Ibis morning in Nashville, Tcnn. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. He \vas the father of S. Henry Blake of Maplcwood. Mr. Blake was a native of Cuero, Tex. and had lived in Baton Rouge from 1931-1052. lie was a grduafc of Vanderbill University and a retired FBI apeat. Survivors nre his wife, Mrs. Mary Sprrry Blake of Nashville; three other sons, J. Vaughn Blake of Washington, B.C.; C. Duncan Blake of Savannah, Ga. and Charles L. Blake of Los Angeles, Calif.; one brother. Vachel Weklon Blake of Yorktown. Tex.; three sisters, Mrs. R. B. Pearce of Dallas, Tex., Mrs. Sophia Cot- ener of San Antonio, Tex. and Mrs. Kate Blake Hodson of Atlanta, Ga. and 10 grandchildren. BUSINESS & MARKETS STOCK MARKET Pattern Is Mixed, Stock Prices Fall Compiled by The Associated Presi Indusf. Rails Uflt. Stocks to Prrv. tlnv ...,4V>.1 178.4 15S.1 311.7 Week oqo 4M.2 175.0 157.5 308.2 Month (1(10 130.5 172.9 150.6 304.5 Yeor ono 370.3 148.5 144.4 271.6 1964 hitjh 440.7 178.4 155.1 311.7 NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices fell into a mixed pattern late this afternoon. • Slock Exchange. Corponile and If.S. govern- j mcnt bonds were steady. MRS. I. T. HART Private services have been set for Mrs. I. T. Hart, 824 Cleveland Si. Mrs. Hart died Monday. She is 1he former Anne Lee Hop, :;•* ' kins.. Survivors arc her husband; one daughter. Mrs. Ann Hart Miller of Lake Charles; one son, Tlupa.s Fred Hart of Arvada, Colo.; one brother, Ben G. Hopkins of Lafayette; and her mother, Mrs. Thomas B. Hopkins of Jennings. » * * GEORGE W. MONK OAKDALE (Spl. i - Funeral services were he'd at 10 a.m. loday for George W. Monk, 31, of Oakdale, \\ho died at 10 p.m. Sunday in a local clinic. Services were held from I';" West Baptist Church with i' 1 Rev. Frank Laurence, pas', officiating. Burial was in Oak Hill Cemetery tinder direction of Ardoin Funeral Home, Mr. Monk was a retired em- ploye ot the Gulf Oil Refinery in -Fort Arthur. Tex. He is survived by four sons, Gordon H. Munk of Austin. Tex.. Car! snd Eulas .Monk, both of Port Arthur, and Tommy B. Monk of Lubbock, Te.x.; "three daughters, Mi\s. Bessie Fordan of Port Arthur. Tex., Mrs. Merle Eagles of Amite and Mrs. Marguerite Young of Hayward, Calif.; one brother, Jim Monk or Port Arthur. 13 grandchildren; and 10 great-granddiii- Volume for the day was esti- j mated at 4.4 million, compared with 4.39 million Monday. Santa Fe advanced more than a point after increasing its divi- idend to 40 cents a quarter from j 30 cents. Chicago & North West- 'ern and Chicago, Milwaukee, SI. Paul and Pacific added about a point. ! American Telephone, which ] split its stock 2 for 1 last week, 1 was headed again for the top ; of the most-active list. The is- I sue was down a minor frac- ! tion. ' Control Data, off a point, and Burroughs, up more than a : point, were actively traded. General Motors, which startled negotiations today on a la- jbor contract with the United ! Auto Workers, tacked on about ;half a point. j Gainers of about a point in- 'eluded Kellogg, Kayser Roth. 'McLean Trucking, and Avon | Products. Prices were mixed in moderate trading on the American DOW JONES , (Courtesy of A. G. fedwordt « Soni 107 Weber Bldg.) DOVV JON FS TUESDAY Fourth Hour Averages: Industrials 8.10.14 elf .HO Roll* 2l.1.12up .40 Utilities 143.88 off .08 Fourth Hour Stocks: Allied Chemicals S4Vs American Bakeries !»>/« American Con 471/4 American T&T IMi Anaconda , 441,^ Armour A Co 5p/« Booing Alrcralt S3V< Branl/f Jii» Cities Service , 71V. Continental OH < 49Vi Dynaleclron < 4Vi Eastern Airlines , Firestone Ford General Dynamics General Motors ., General Telephone W. R, Grace Gulf Oil Gulf States Hercules Powder .« Kennecott Copper ................. i 83 Ubbv 19H Lockheed 35 Mack Trucks 46'/« Montgomery Ward 37-H I National Airlines 51 Vi i Olln AAalhleson 44-H i Pan American 37 ! h« j J. C. Penney 54ft! Pepsi Cola si'.'t Pittsburgh P.G 73^ Polaroid 143% RCA 32Vj Scars Roebuck 116ft Socony Mobil 81Vj Sperry Rand !4'/« Slandard of Calif 64V, Texas Co 79 United Airlines SW United Gas U.S. Steel Zenith yi 40'/8 J2 27 87'.'< 32^4 58 55V] Severance Tax Bill Is Given Emergency lag BATON ROUGE (AP) - Gov. John McKeithen has declared his bill to extend indefinitely the natural gas severance tax is emergency legislation. The Senate received McKeithen's message Monday designating the bill an emergency. The bill has been approved by the Legislature and is on the governor's desk awaiting his signature. Since it has been labeled emergency, it will become law when he signs it. Under the bill, the 2.3 cent severance tax on each 1,000 cubic feet of natural gas would be extended indefinitely beyond its July 1 scheduled expiration date. The severance tax, mainly used for teacher pay, is tied in with McKeithen's 'industrial inducement program. LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLES AREA .. TEMPERATURES T»wiitr«h)r» today it a.m.) .......... 11 Minimum Jodoy (i:» o.m.) . .......... 71, Maximum VMfwdoy (9:M o.m.) ..... 791 Relative Humidity {» o.m.) ......... n Romfoll fodov ................. ... . jit Rnlntoll yesferdoy .................. ?! Suniet toduy ................. T-\t nm. sunrise tomorrow ............ MS S m I 571, JAMES WRIGHT DER1DDER iSpl.i - Funeral services for James Ebb Wright. C2, will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday in Merryville Baptist Church. The Rev. Ci \V. Larrimore and the Rev. R B. Hammock will officiate. Burial will he in Franks Cemetery under the direction of HiXMin Funeral Home of DeRidder. Mr. Wright died at 1.55 a.m. today in Merryville General Hospital. He had recently retired from running his own garage in Merryville. He was a member of the Merr\vi!le Baptist Church. Survivors are his wife: and two Ms'.ers, Mrs. Essie Arledge c;f Port Arthur, Tex. and Mrs. J. T. Rov of Tallulah. Sulphur Man's Suspended Jail Term Is Lifted A prison sentence imposed and suspended in September 19SO wiil have to be served by a Sulphur man whose probation was revoked in liih Judicial District Court Monday afternoon. han La.'!thk j r, 43, was placed on four \ears probation after rksading guilty to charges oi liifsery ai.d thdi. Dist. Judge Clement Moss ordered Lamrner Ui ser\e the Sour- year sentence after probation officers reported he had been convicted in Jeff Davis Parish ear- lipr this month ior the same of- if rise . A two-year probaU'iuary period v. as ordered by Judge Mo.- s :ur Corbie Lynn Wiiliani-. 17, L: !80 N. Grace St . who had pitided guilty on Jurie !5 ta charge of" thtft. V.';il;ajr.i received a a,i months suspended jail sentence in addition to the probationary perbd. He had pleaded guilty to tilt thtt! of fruit valued at' $16 from the track of a local grocery c-.n-irr;; A 20-> fa: --.jld Ajt-sandna mar reccAi-o a:j Ib-n.j.'itji sLbj.M-r.d^- 1 jaii ttr::; V.M:, hv plt-aCvd gu;i- ly !-.' t'A .1 fvu.'ifs <A then and ur.t- Cl I'JS^I";. Frthus Klhs Bascu was cliarged witri cashing worthless eJa-tki. The jju.'U'/ke was sus- piy.ded by Juoge Muss iiter ti,/.- diiiT;! . t attornt;. : ufi.cc re;x»r' *4 !-i'' HiLt-'iuii ili-'j Let!; .abor-Backed Bills Supported By Area Solons BATON ROUGE (Spl.) Three Southwest Louisiana representatives voted with labor Monday in adopting labor- backed amendments to a bill changing the workmen's compensation law. A 61-43 House vote adopted the amendments. Managemcn' aligned lawmakers headed oH a final vote on the compensation bill. The bill increases weekly benefits from $35 to $40 a week and contains a section that persons refusing hernia surgery could draw only 26 weeks benefits One of the kov labor amendments adopted .Monday deletes a new definition of "permanent disability" that was in the industry-backed b>l! Voting for thi- labor amendments were Hops. Bert Adams of Vermm Parish A. J. i Tubby' Lyons of Calcn-icu Parish and T.' J. SirothiT i.:' M'r-n Pan<h. Southwest L mi.^ana legislators voting aga'r-'i the amend- niLins were Heps Mike }lo£.'i;i and Harry Hollins. both of (.'a!- caMt'U. C'unway l.t-Bleu of Cameron Parish, Robert McMillian (if Beaurepard Parish and Norman Ordoneaux of Jeff Davis Parish. Chicago Negro Group Stages Protest March • CHICAGO (AP) — More than 300 Negroes paraded on the South Side early today, jeering and taunting police, and daring I them to arrest the marchers. ; : It was the second successive: I early morning civil rights dem-' | onstration. Leaders of the ! | march promised frequent similar parades during the summer. Today's march was called to ! rally support for picketing of jGov. William W. Scranton of Pennsylvania who will speak in downtown Chicago today. Civil rights leaders said 1,000 Negroes will picket Scranton, who is S seeking the Republican nomina- i tion for president. Before the Negroes paraded, they met in the open air at 47th Street and South Parkway to hear leaders oi ACT, a nationwide group of civil rights organizations. Seven of the leaders were ar] rested and charged with conducting a public meeting without a police permit. The arrested included Jesse Gray, 40, coordinator of Harlem's Council on Housing and a leader of New York City's rent strike; and Lawrence Landry, national organizer of ACT. The leaders were taken to a nearby police station. The crowd surged behind police cars, shouting at police for making the arests. The crowd milled around the police station for three hours, until the seven were released on 525 bond each, Rep. Adorns Expresses Apprec/'crf/'on BATON ROUGE (AP) - Rep. Bert Adams. Vernon Parish, his voice almost breaking, thanked the Hnu.se Monday for the "respect and honor" the Legislature gave his family during his son's long fight for life. The 22-year-old son, Bert Ad- : ams Jr.. died a week ago after' the long illness. ; Adams had been in almost [ constant attendance. Adams told the House on personal privilege the Legislature "has treated me and my family with the most honor and res- per-t I've ever seen." "You ha'.e teen \ery concerned in our prublemi.' and 1 want each and e'.ery one of you, to know that from the bottom of i my heart, we certainly appre- ! ciate it." ' Romania Premier Will Visit France PARIS (APi-Premier Ion - Gheorshe Maurer will lead a Romanian government delegation on a visit to France next month for economic and political talks. The trip comes during a rift if.or economic policies between Moscow and Bucharest. The Romanians have refused to be integrated in the Kremlin's economic design for Eastern Europe. tllllV foMou and yourfami/t/ MAW MMCAI jail guiJiy lv «<i a pair t'i eJn>t-5 va SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 AKHA.NGED BY FHOVE • Arrinfe your loan by phone , Pick up the ca*h at >oux con- \rnientc. No co-rtfncrs. Same flay wrvic*. U-M*aa> fion »-M(MMi »'lo« y»« C«t Mt fm< r ,u o*l Mo Pml SMX — IS* 11921 M — VO 4* SIM 5* — til 80 i!Uf.M - Ml.W &A14.<3 — s^5 00 HOi M — DIAL FINANCE CO. 'helps protect against ; the high cost of serious, long term illness or accident. John L Wasey, Inc. INSURANCE AND fJONDS Otcl ill JT the I'rpvtltn, Hari/urd 1032 RYAN STREET HE 8 2767 Uhfired Pistols Found on Wrecked Formosan Plane TAIPEI, Formosa (AP)-Two pistols found in the wreckage played no part in the plane crash in central Formosa June 20 that killed 20 Americans and 37 others, police said Monday. Officials of the Civil Air Transport line had urged an in vestigation to see if the pilot had been shot. Col. Chang Chen, the spokesman for provincial police, said tests showed neither of the pistols had been fired. SHOWERS CONTINUE — Warm and humid with showery weather is forecast for the Gulf coast area and Louisiana. Scattered rainfall is predicted for tonight over parts of the upper Great Lakes, central Plains, Tennessee valley and Pacific Northwest. Warm and humid weather will prevail east of the Rockies with the exception of a belt from the northern Plains eastward into the Great Lakes where readings will be some* what lower. Little temperature change is expected east of the Rockies. (AP Wirephoto Map). RADIO-TV SALE CONT Appliance Center OPEN THURSDAY NIGHT UNTIL 8 P,M, OVER $50,000 WORTH OF STEREOS, TELEVISIONS, AIR CONDITIONERS, TAPE RECORDERS, WASHERS, DRYERS, REFRIGERATORS AND FREEZERS MUST BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY. WE MUST MAKE ROOM FOR NEW MERCHANDISE MOST ITEMS PRICED A FRACTION ABOVE COST. RGA WHIRLPOOL REFRIGERATORS Model EKL 13C 13 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER Model EKT 12FM Aulo Defrost « REFRIGERATOR Model ELT 14S 14 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR, holds 109 Ibs. $188.00 $258.00 Model ELB 16 MM 16.4 Cu. Ft. REFRIGERATOR FREEZER $575.00 89c 19 Cu. Ft. Upsidedown Model ELB 19 MM REFRIGERATOR FREEZER ALL PRICED WITH TRADE 1 RGA WHIRLPOOL FOOD FREEZERS NO TRADE NECESSARY ON FREEZERS 11 Cu. Fi. ELV11C Upright FOOD FREEZER Model ELV 13S 13 Cu. Fi. Custom UPRIGHT FREEZER Model EKH 5S CHEST TYPE FREEZER Model ELH 16S 16 Cu. Fl. Deluxe CHEST TYPE FREEZER Model ELH 18S 18 Cu. Ft. Deluxe CHEST TYPE FREEZER . Custom Model EKH221 22 Cu. Ft. CHEST TYPE FREEZER $168 $198 $168 $198 $228 $278 RGA WHIRLPOOL WASHERS Model LKB 120 Mulli 3 Cycle Temps. DELUXE WASHER Model LKA 992 3 Wash Speeds, 10 Q97Q 95 S>41 3 $139 Cycles AUTOMATIC WASHER . Model LMA 670. 2 Speed, 4 Cycle AUTOMATIC WASHER ..... Reg. $228.00 Model LMA 220-4 Porcelain Top and Tub AUTOMATIC WASHER . All Prices With Trad* 95 MODEL LEI 10—AUTOMATIC ELE&TRIC DRYER NO TRADE NEEDED KEEP COOL THIS SUMMER WITH RCA WHIRLPOOL AIR COPITIONERS MODKK AI..S1' \j-> 4,500 BTU's 2-SPEED FAN $ 138 MOUKl. ARM 100-3 9,500 BTU's 230 VOLTS $ 178 MODEL AKS 190-3t KEG. 339.95 18,500 BTU's CUSTOM DELUXE $ 278 PKlCtS UO NOT INCLtDE INSTALLATION AND SERVICE—LIMITED QUANT1TV RCA VICTOR STEREOS PRICED WITH TRADE Reg. S159.9S—(6 Only) STEREO CONSOLE with 2—10" and 2—5" Speakers Reg. S398.50 STEREO CONSOLE— Italian Provincial Cabinet in French Wai- nut. AM-FM Radio Reg. S595.00 STEREO CONSOLE— French Provincial Styling, Fruiiwood Cabinet, AM-FM Aadio $128 $348 $478 RCA VICTOR TELEVISION eople Own RCA VICTOR TV Than Any Other Kind BIG 16" PORTABLE TV (Model 6AB14) Reg. S164.95 (94A102) 19" PORTABLE TV Reg. 5269.95 (34C 384M) 23" CONSOLE TV Reg. $499.95 21" COLOR TV TABLE MODEL $118 $148 $228 $479 95 Miscellaneous Money Savers EMERSON DELUXE ROLABOUT FAN, Was $49.95. Sale TELECTRO TAPE RECORDERS. Was S109.9S. Sale TELECTRO TAPE RECORDERS. Was $199.95. Sale BELL STEREO CARTRIDGE RECORDER. Was S199.95. Sale NORELCO TAPE RECORDER. Was S179.S5. Sale SPOX AMPLIFIER, SPEAKER AND CABINET. Was $99.95. Sale ELAC TURNTABLE. Waj $129.95. Sals . LARGE SELECTION TRANSISTOR RADIOS irom .. PRICED WITH TRADE $38.88 $89.95 $169.00 $158.00 $138.00 $74.00 $108.00 $4.95 ALL PRICES F.O.B. WAREHOUSE DELIVERY AND SERVICE EXTRA IF DESIRED * NO MONEY DOWN WITH TRADE - 36 MONTHS TO PAY RADIO - TV APPLIANCE CENTER 3426 RYAN ST. 477-2610

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