Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 7, 1964 · Page 2
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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Tuesday, July 7, 1964
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2 TUESDAY ' JULY ; - I9t>4 . Loke Chorlcs Americon Press OBITUARIES J. L. BOND (See Story on This P.ific ** *• * ELMO CREDEUR SEABROOK, Md. <Sp!.» - Funeral services for Elmo Crn- deur, 52. brother of Dr. L. R. Savoie and Laurent .!. Savoie, both of Lake Charles, will be held in the Washington. D.C., area at a time to be announced. Mr. Credeur, a native of Ihe Lafayette area, died Saturday in Seabrook. Additional survivors include his mother, Mrs. Una I!. Savoie of Church Point. * * * MRS. EDGAR EUENDER Funeral services fnr Mrs. Kcl- gar L. Ellendcr Sr., 51. of 2500 Griffin St.. will be held Thursday in the Hixson Funeral Home chapel in DeRidder at a time to be announced. Burial will also be in DeRid- der. Mrs. Ellender died Monday in a Houston, Tex., hospital. She was a native of DeRidder, and had resided in Lnke Charles lor the past 20 years. Survivors are her huskiml. Edgar L. Elle.ncler Sr.; n n e daughter, Mrs. Dallon Jeans fit DeRidder: her ni o I h e r. Mrs. James E. Bradley of OcRirkltr two step-sons, Edgar L. Ellender Jr., stationed with the Navy in Cuba, and Thomas Ellemie'' of Lake Charles. Also, one sister, Mrs. L. C. Hudry of Roswe!!, N.M.: f o u r brothers, Clifford Bradley of De- Ridder, Kenneth Bradley of Jackson, Ohio, Leslie Bradley of Vienna. Md., and Ernest Bradley of Groves, Tex., and one grandchild. * * * EPPERLY SERVICES (See Story on Page Hi) WELSH (Spl.) — Funeral services for Nancy Lynn Epperly, 5, Eva Lou" Epperly, f), and Janet Lee E p p e rl y. 7, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Epperly of Welsh, will be held at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the Welsh Methodist Church. The Rev. Oakley Lee, pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in Oaklawn Cemetery under Ihe< direction of the Hixson Funeral Home of Welsh. ; The children died as a result of injuries received in an automobile-train accident Monday morning in Welsh. Additional survivors are one f brother. Frank Epperly; one < sister. Jimmie Lou Kpporly. and , prandparents. Mr. and Mrs. ' Frank Epperly and Mr. and! Mrs. Ralph Hayes, all of Welsh. MRS. FRED JOHNSON DKHinOKR (Spl.i - Funeral services will be held af 9 a.m. Wednesday for Mrs. Minerva Jane .Johnson. R8. who died at 4:15 p.m. Monday at, her residence. Rites will be held from the chape! of Beanregard Funeral Home with the Rev. Robert Jamieson officiating. Burial will be in Rig Woods Cemetery near Sulphur. Mrs. Johnson, widow of the late Fred Johnson, prominent DeRidder businessman, was a member of the First Methodist Chiirdi. a charier member of the Pinchurst Chapter No. 33 Order of the Eastern Star and past worthy matron of the or• ganization. i She bad lived here for 591 years. | Mrs. Johnson is survived by! one daughter, Mrs. Ursula Bur- : nc'tt of Di'Hidder; one son. Tres- iner Johnson of DeRidder: one prandi'hiH. and two great- grandchildren. •"• * MILLER McCULLOUGH , PITKIN (Spl.) - Funeral ar-i rungements are incomplete for j Miller McCullough, 52, who died j at 1 p.m. Monday in an Alexandria hospital. Time of services is to be an- 1 nounced by Beauregard Funeral j Home. '. Services will be held from the i Ml. Olive Baptist Church with : burial in the church cemetery., He i.s survived by one sister, Mrs. liffie Riley of Houston, Tex., and one brother, Franklin; 1 McCullough of Lcesville. MELVILLE INFANT TOPEKA. Kan. (Spl.) - Funeral services for Dewitt Anthony Melville, infant son of Lt. and Mrs. Richard Melville of Topeka. formerly of Lake Charles, will be announced by the flixson Funeral Home of Lake Charles. The infant died Monday afternoon in Topeka. The body will be at the funeral home in Lake Charles late Thursday. Additional services are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Phillips of Lake Charles. - C««i«lr !•<•! >•>•«<••> MILD — Rain is predicted in the southern Plateau, Tennessee valley, southern Florida and Pacific northwest tonight. Milder temperatures are expected from ihe southern Plains io the southern coastal states, parts of the Ohio valley and in the northern Rockies. It will be cooler in the upper Mississippi valley. (AP Wirephoto Map). LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHARLKS AREA TEMPERATURES T«mp«ratur« today (t a.m.} M Ovirnlghl Low (S:30 a.m.) 74 Maximum ytiltrdoy (2:30 p.m.) »! Relallv* Humidity (> a.m.) 73 Ralnlall today None Rainfall yesterday None Sunset today 7 ; i; p . m . sunrUt tomorrow 5:)> om Sea l«v«l prisiurt {• a.m.) jo.o« Tld« today: Low 7:03 p.m., -1.1. Tomorrow: Hlah 2:li a.m.. :.3; Low 8:57 a.m., l.J; High 10:32 a.m., 1,«; Low 7:52 p.m./ -i,2. MSC Debate Prof Is Guest Speaker At Tech Workshop William J. Casey, McNeese State College director of forensics, will be a visiting lecturer (his week at the Louisiana Tech debate workshop in Ruston. Casey will participate in workroom sessions Thursday, Friday and Saturday of this week. The workshop runs for a two-week period and attracts high school debaters from throughout the state. Oakdale Rites Scheduled For John L. Bond < OAKDALE (Spl.) - Funeral j services will be held at 10 a.m. i Wednesday for John L. Bond, 55, who was electrocuted at noon Monday when he came in contact with a power line three miles southeast of here. Authorities said Bond accidentally drove his pickup truck across a felled power line that was partially suspended above the parish road by a utility pole. | An Allen parish road-grading i crew said they accidentally ran into a loose grounding cable ; from a high voltage line and i pulled down the pole with the grader. When Bond approached in his j truck, the workers asked him to ! call the utility company so the i power could be shut down, they : said. : Bond drove on and in trying to pass around the pole, apparently didn't see the line on the ; road, authorities said. When the wire came in contact with the i vehicle, Bond stepped out of the truck and was electrocuted. He was pronounced dead at 12:30 p.m. by Dr. Don Nesom of Oakdale. Services will be held from the Mt. Hope Baptist Church south of here with the Rev. Archie Calcutt officiating. Burial will be in Cryer Cemetery under direction of Ardoin Funeral Home. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Melinda Bond; three sons, Buford and Raymond Bond, both I of Oakdale, and Everett Bond on duty with the U.S. Navy; one daughter, Mrs. Betty Stals- by of Oakdale; two brothers, Louis and Lawrence Bond, both | of Oakdale; seven sisters, Mrs. (Belle Self of DeRidder, Mrs. i Mary Self of Simpson, Mrs. An- inie Birchfield of California, i Mrs. Rhoda Messer of Port Ar- !thur, Tex., Leila and Delia Bond, both of Beaumont, Tex., and Mrs. Flora Thompson of 1 Lcesville; and six grandchildren. BUSINESS & MARKETS STOCK MARKET Steels Pace Late Advance In Afternoon STOCK AVERAGES (Complied by fhi Aiiocmtud prtii) Indutf. Rails Ulll. Stocks Prev. day 444.8..183.8..154.2..317.1 Week 090 439.9.. 17f.S..154.*..112.2 Month ago 474.5..169.8..151.0..301.9 Year 090 381.7. .147.6.. 145.1. .272.6 E71C Z'9Sl 8'C8t 8'9t* gB|M >96l NEW YORK (AP) - Steels gave added strength to the stock market late this afternoon. Volume was estimated at 5.4 million shares, compared with 5.07 million Monday. U.S. Steel traded up a fraction on a block of 30,000 shares and then widened its gain to nearly a point. Bethlehem, Jones & Laughlin, Youngstown Sheet and Lukens advanced a point or more. American Telephone, matching its all-time high of 75 reached Monday, appeared likely to top the most-active list. Gains of around a point or | more were registered by Celan- 'ese, Grant, Mack Truck and Peoples Gas. Most tobaccos advanced with Lorillard up almost a point. Armoui 8, Co 5P< Bocmq Aircraft 55's Branllt J3>.'« Cilies Service 73'.»t Continental Oil 71 < t Dynaicctron 43 tcjstern Airlines 31 '* Firestone <tl'/j Ford S3 General Dynamics 27 General Molars 90 General Telcohone 33'* W. R. Grace 56"> Gult Oil 54't Gulf Stales IT* Hercuici Powder 4Slt Kennccott Copper 83'i Llbbv 18<» Lockheed 34',n Mack Trucks 48 Montgomery ward 377i National Airlines SI'/j O'in Mathieson , 45^ Pan American 36 v a J. C. Penney 55Vj Pepsi Cola 60 Pitlsburah P.G 73V« Polaroid 146'< RCA 3i'-i Sear', Roebuck I22'» -Socony Mobil 8.V* Sperry Rand Standard of Calif. Texas Co United Airlines .. United Gas U.S. Steel Zenith UVj *-!'/ 79' 34' 35' 60' Calcasieu Stamp Club Sets Meet The Calcasieu Stamp club will meet Thursday at 7:30 p.m. in the Calcasieu Savings and Loan building, Bud Benevage announced today. Benevage invited every stamp collector in the area to attend the meeting "which will be most interesting and enlightening." Houston Bar Owner Killed; ,943 Left Three LC City Pooh Closed By Commission The three swimming pools of the Lake Charles recreation program are temporarily closed, 0. D. Johnson, recreation director said today, adding that all recreation centers in the city are remaining open on an integrated basis. Closing of the swimming pools was decided and action taken Monday by the commission, Johnson said. Johnson was emphatic in saying that the pools were closed only temporarily, but he gave no indication as to when the commission would make a decision as to their status, i Since the recreation commission is appointed by the mayor and serves under the mayor, 'it is expected that a meeting , of the mayor and commission imay take place to establish a j definite program for the city under the newly-passed civil rights law. Recreation playgrounds are open daily from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. Johnson said. Historical Cave To Be Dedicated WASHINGTON (AP) - Ala- HOUSTON (AP> - A 65-year-, bama Congressman Bob Jones old woman was found brutally ! *f ys Russ . e11 Cave, "a historian's J treasure box," soon will be ded- IBM advanced 3 points and x'er":! ox 2. ate trading on the American Stock Exchange. Corporate bonds were higher; governments were mostly unchanged. DOW JONES . fCpurf««y of A. 0. Edwards & Sons 107 Wlb*r Bldo.) DOW JONES TUESDAY Fourth Hour Averages: Industrials ................ Fourth Hour Stocks: Allied Chemicals .. up 206 145.ia UP .74 operated 28 years. | The woman, M.ible Williams, ! was badly gashed with what po- ; lice said was a broken soft drink i bottle and an electric cord was I bound tightly around her neck ! and knotted. I Her nephew, Busfer Wilkinson, ! a city electrician, said she kept ! large sums of money in the lav- j ern because she thought it con: venient. ! After the body was found, however, police uncovered $33,943 in small bills and coins stuffed in a nondescript floor wax can ' in the back of the building. Of; fficers did not reveal if other .money was missing. i 4,000 B.C. to about 1,600 A.D., Jones said. SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ARRANGED BY PHONE Arrange your loan by phone. Pick up the cash at your convenience. No co-slpncrs. Sam« tlay service. Z4-Monm Plan You Get Mo. Pmt. t 80.00 - $ 5.00 5358.59 - tJO.OO M34.43 - »35.00 S9B3.8J - $5400 30-Montti Plan You Get. Mo. 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