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BUSINESS & MARKETS STOCK MARKET Trailing Off Irregularly, Volume Less DOW JONES Judge Drops Charges In Ike Incident MONDAY, JULl 13, I>o4, Lane cnarle* American Fress i Varied Items Will Face City Council •• * ""'• AMARU LO Tfx (A.P\ —'< ^ number of items, some of: eludes a pay television franchi«f! City Court Judge E. H Foster f ac ^e lTkl rc Sr?e Sn? - tUre '' 0rd - il1flnC(> ' - e?Sl " g - ° f ^ **"' Monday Fourth Hear Avtragtt: industrials T Rolls .M6.7* off j dropped charges today against ; a young man accused of striking STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by Th» Pr«»t Allied Chemicals American Bakeries Can .57 Prpv. day Week acio Month aao Year aao 1964 hlfjb i Armour !!?:! 183.8 !&2 &i |«.« «».4 157.7 318.9 TOP BALDY — Here's a pair that the barbers don't get much business from. Henry Braye, left, of Pilhivers, France, was chosen world champion in an international bald heads contest held this weekend af Baveno on Italy's Lake Maggiore. Alongside him is Guido Salvadori, of Verona, Italy, named "Mr. Bald-Head 1964." (AP Wirephoto). Khrushchev Gives /nvesfigafor Farmers Pensions Shot .Killed /N. W. MOSCOW (AP)—Soviet | about 6.5 million peasants, was! Premier Khrushchev today an-!of "tremendous historical im-1 nounced old age pensions for j portance." Most of them have i NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market trailed off into an irregular pattern this afternoon as auto and steel issues gave up much of their morning gains. Volume for the day was estimated at 4.8 million shares compared with 5.42 million Friday. Prices opened higher and held fast until early afternoon. Then, as motor and steel issues settled backward the market as a whole hesitated. Last week these sections led the way to a fifth •'consecutive weekly rise. General Motors held a gain of a major fraction. The issue was trading around its all-time high. Chrysler, which also se.l a new high early in the session, re! tained a small gain as did Ford, American Motors and Studebaker. Among the steels, U.S. Steel, Republic and Jones & Laughlin showed small advances. NEW ORLEANS (AP)-Leon | Nickel Plate Railway was up !•> Eastern Alrllnej Firestone ......;. 411* Ford ,. " ' 5314 General Dynamics 27 General Motors 0714 General Tclephonn 33H W. R. Grace «vw Gulf Oil -" D. Eisenhower with a :»i placard. The defendant pleaded 1 innocent, saying he had no in..,_. „„ wiii tention of hitting the former Amencin T&T 7?^ \ president Acacondo 14341' ~. . . . . . ., k. company ...,.'..,'. l\ j Eisenhower telegraphed May- A ' rc . r . af . 1 ...::::::::::::::: ftjor F. v. Wallace askine that the charge of simple assault against Melvin Phillip Floyd, 23, be dropped. The placard was tossed onto the train's rear platform from a throng of 700 persons who greeted Eisenhower Saturday while he was en route to the Republican convention in San Francisco. Floyd said he did not know City Gull Slates Hercules Powder Kennccolt Copper Llbby Lockheed , Mock Trucxs Montgomery Wold Nntionol Airlines Olln Mathlcson ... Port American J. C Penney .... 581k 41 Council in its meeting Wednesday. The Wednesday agenda Damage Suit Filed After Cars Collide A $31,198.50 damage suit has been filed In 14th Judicial District Court as the result of an automobile accident in West Lake July 14, 1013. ; Eisenhower was on the platform, since the train was I his Tho suit was filed by Irving PI O( V ci™ WIM»» Mobil RCA Socony T a , n n d « or r of | Texas Company ! United Airlines United Gcis . U. S. Sle-l LIVESTOCK LOUISIANA LIVESTOCK MARKET DeQUINCY July H, I»M ] moving past him. He said he merely wanted to throw the sign on the platform so it could be used at another stop. Eisenhower telegraphed Wallace that the incident was "nothing but a spontaneous reaction to excitement," he added. "1 I rust the matter will be dropped." rear Lantior on bohall of himself and four children against SI. Paul Fire and Marine Insurance Co., insurer of Elberl F. Selph, and New Hampshire Insurance Co., insurer of the Lanlier automobile. The suit claim? that injuries mobiles and hearing of proposals for commercial and resi- idential garbage pickup. in " The pay television item comes in the form of an ordinance granting a franchise to Louisiana Cable TV, Inc. to operate a business transmitting television programs in L a k e i Charles. Leasing of ten 1964 Ford Custom 4-door sedans from Ed Taussig Ford, Inc. is In the form of an ordinance which would give Mayor Alfred Roberts authority to enter into a contract with the automobile dealer. Other action proposed on the agenda includes: Amending portions of a previous ordinance which would divide the city into zoning districts, changing 7,one classification of certain areas in the A-l residential classification ID B apartment house classification. Adding a section to the codn to the Lanlier children resulted of the city providing for the $?&F»W?*>-.™«*.«> ST cody. good; prices. collective farmers and pay:been outside the pension sys- Ebbs, 24-year-old Negro, a spe-'2 and Wabash preferred nearly raises for doctors, teachers and tern. " ' ' ' employes in housing and service j industries. i U1 a speech at the opening of ' the summer session of the Sti- , cial officer with a private agen- 1 as much as the ICC gave con- Khrushchev said the farmers jpreme Soviet, or Parliament, i fnr ni]P ,.jnnirm Pensfon measure, affecting j Khrushchev said the agricullu-i Ebbs was shot five iral position had improved so' ^^ I • • I i that farmers can now be (jQf I m I Cr C i br °U8ht under the system. ey was beaten and shot to death i ditional approval of a merger in a barroom Saturday. of the Nickel Plate into the Nor- W . Police sought a Negro woman 1 folk and Western. N & W was ' L imisfs Hold District Meet Here The pension plan described by Khrushchev envisions minimum monthly payments of $13.20 and a maximum of $112.20 beginning next year. down around was shot five or sixj A j f more than 4 was times in the head and chest with ; sh; , vpd to around 3 by TO A. Jus own gun .j Over the weekend the Civil Acr- Officers said he was trying to ! onaulics Board said Hughes break up an argument between j Tool Co cou]d rcgajn control of awomanandamanwhenanoth-| TWA if it subm j ls a sa tisfac- er man struck him and knocked: , orv pl;m , 0 dispose of control HOG RECEIPTS: head sold, 184. Large. Number of V° G MARKET., CONDITIONS- slcad. C; dCmQnd ' aood; slcady. ..SLAUGHTER: ".Sod" Trndlnq prices. Traffic Jams For Miles On Roads to N.O. from an accident at the corner of Carroll and ('.rout Streets. Drivers of the Iwn vehicles involved were Mrs. Una l.an- tier and Elsie S. Selph, the suit ! claims. slondord, 19.21' STOCKERS up) 22-24; c £V' B) ' 8 - M -^' rlmicc, IS 19 common ond Ibs 16.50-17.50; NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Traffic on U.S. 90 between New Orleans and the Mississippi coast was backed up for several miles today when a dairy products truck jackknifed on the Rigo- . SLAUGHTER: 'V, I1.MMJ50; COWS CoinmcTi-.lu!, him down with a pool cue stick. j of Northeast, Airlines. Ebbs was dragged outside and! p, K and i,j K gctt and Myers < The payments, however, were i shot several times! lightly hitched to wage levels) A two-day district meeting of' reached before retirement age " • -• • 65 lor men and BO lor women. hit with his own nightstick, then 1 ^ „,, more 'than 1 each.'Un- , !•> M-13.50. BULLS 16-1750; ullllly, 14.15, the Optimists of Louisiana was concluded at the C h a t e a u Charles Sunday with Robert Leonard of Knoxville, Tenn., an international vice president, serving as the keynote speaker. The district meeting here was the first held since the district of Louisiana and Arkansas split. Dudley Rozas, a chairman at the meeting, announced that. 140 Optimists and their wives took part, and 24 of 27 clubs Photography Business Is Incorporated "Let every person know that if he works well today, he will be better provided for in his old age," Khrushchev said. "Such an approach is in the, interests of the collective farm- |ers and in the interests of the ! entire Soviet society." | Khrushchev announced aver: age wage increases of 25 per i court's office, j cent for workers in education, I Location of the new business 23 per cent in public health, 25 Called Photo Copy, Inc., will be ion Carbide lost about 1. American Slock Exchange prices turned mixed in moder- ; ate trading. Bond prices were steady to slightly lower in spots. iniri, McKeithen Takes Family on Holiday RATON ROUGE (AP) - Gov.' School, i^anei ojd |. home of 1 1, h A I Mllinn tlle famt>d lhons ' 1S 4()0 in the district were represent-1 P er ccnt in reta ' ! tracle and 15 i at Prien Lake Road and Ryan ed. i per cent in retailing and housing' Street. land municipal services. i Incorporators are'William G Optimists and their wives held | The increases will begin with ! M L -Clanahan and Mrs Beverly ; ing was , not cllsc i losed / a shrimp boil and buffet supper i public service workers in Octob- -- ~ • ------- '- A < ;nnl;r " ;m '"' f " r Hl Owners of a wholesale and retail photographv business have filed articles of incorporation in } , MeKeithen and his family the Calcasieu Parish clerk ot are taking a b ,. ief vat . ation jn Louisiana, the governor's office said today. He is expected to be back at his desk at the end of the week. The location of the family out- Saturday Park. night, at Prien Lake Roland Moss of Vinton, lieutenant governor, was the reporter for the Lake Charles, West Lake, Sulphur, Cameron, Jennings and Vinton clubs. er and all will be in effect in all I categories by the end of 1965, i said Tass, the Soviet news agen- ;cy. i Khrushchev declared real in;come of the Soviet people has risen 61 per cent in the past decade. But he said not enough is McClanahan. 172? Ninlh St., and John R. Stewart. 1615 Legion St. The articles list a capital stock ot a par value of $1UU for each share lor ;>00 ;>nares. |H, t ,-WMO, .Ukll. 111. JU4M *1WI, l~llUUgll iO The next meeting of the Opti- j being done to satisfy public de- Found at mists was scheduled for Alov - ° r -~ • •• wwnu ui White Man's Body andria in November. Alex- Rulings In Appeal Court eJJ" Cour1 of APP" 1 ' Third Circuit. Slate ol Louisiana, Lake iCharlei. mei July 10 and rendered tne following decisions: BY TATE, J.: No. H8I—Opal Eaves Granger et vir y. The Traveleri Insurance Co. Appeal from Evangellne Pariih. Affirmed. Hood, J., dissents. No. IIM—Lawrence L. Golden, Si.. d-D-a Golden Oil Co. v. Paul Pesion Appeal from Iberlo Parish. Affirmed. No. 1198—Lillle Young Koerkel v. Noah J. icallan, et mere. Appeal from Avoy- eiles Parish. Amended and Affirmed. _ No. 1204—Floyd Palin v. Connecticut r-ire Insurance Cp. Appeal from Lota- yette Paruh. Affirmed. No. 1213—Robert S. Redd, el ol v Mrs. Evelyn Bohannon, el ol. Appeal from Calcasieu Parlsn. Amended o n d Affirmed. No. 1214—Joseph Napoleon v. Adniinii- tralor, Dlv. oi Employ. Sec., el al AP peal from Calcasieu parish. Reversed and Remanded. No 1217-joseph A. Parlon, et ol. v Eawin J. Hebert, Jr., Appeal from Iberia Parish. Affirmed. No. 1218—Employers Liability Assur. ance Corp., Ltd. v. Leon Davis AtiDcal from Allen Parish. Affirmed. No. 1221—Joyce Johnson v. Administrator, Oiv. of Employ. Sec. Appeal from Rapides Parish. Affirmed. No 1222—Morg)«.' Hargrove v. Admin , Div. ot Emplor'mit.nl. Sec. et al. Appeal irom Rapides Parish. Reversed and Rtn aered. No. 1246— S'ate ol La, thru Highv»o,s v. Lee Roy Dodge (On Motion To Dismiss Appeal) Appeal from Si Landr/ Fuiiin Viol,on to Dismiss Appeal Denied Br FRUGE, J.: No. 1153—Harrf Sensal v Tr-j.oic-r <, (ndtmnj)j, Co. /t,pptci frc,-r ; Col^aiiw Parish Affiimtd. No 1195—Loii B Phi,UPS t< a. v John G. Nt-Aiand. el 0: Appeal I;CM' u faveite Parisn Amendc-a and AHirrru.-d No l:96-Jonn G. fJo-:. .arid ^ Hujn VS. Cufmar el ai. Apptul irom Laic >c!tt Ponsn Amended ona Affirmed Nc ;210—Heimpn DtMar- jr . To*,-, ct /v\aniuro, tt al. App-.o! fiom Avc,"ilc-s Parisn Aff.rned No. ';2lT-RaDnu '-£. :-"i * Cc-i.:>,nf-a Insurance Co of AnK'/ico. A^pgji froi7i E.angcvine Parish. Afiirrr>i.-a No. 1256—Cormrierc:ai -rtoit Core , G'-orge White On Application lor Super- p ;f:jtion tor supfrviicr, ^NT^ ,- aen.ed BY SAVOY, J.: No 1502—Louisiana Aonculiurol Co opsrgl'.t, inc. J D. C "kojr-.i Ji. AS p&P i irorTi tbcflill Pai.-.n A'i,r r ", ^o ero':.e. int v D C Pujrn. !nc ar,3 mand for consumer goods. He called for greater efforts to increase production of such goods. Khrushchev said that improv- HOUSTON i APi -- Policf recovered the body of a w h i t e man about 35 to 40 vears <i ! d in ing the living standards of the the ship channel today. The un- people is the most important identified body had iu-en in the problem for the Soviet Union. water about five davs. The 1,056-foot Eiffel Tower Regular wlvile milk makes up remains so sturdy that only a 88 per cent of all milk beverag- few of its 18,036 steel sections PS consumed in the United have ever been replaced. States. A spokesman for the governor said Mi-'Keillien left the city to have sufficient quiet "to recuperate fully from his recent bout of the mumps." Tense Nerves Block Bowels Your colon has nerves that control regularity. When you are tense or nervous, normal bowel impulses may be blocked—and you become constipated. New COLONAID tablets relieve this misery wnh a new principle—a unique colcmic nerve slimulant plus special bulkingacnon as recommended by nwny doctors. K«u!<? Cou>n\n> puli your colon back to work—gently relieves constipation overnight. You feel great! Gel clinically-proved COLONAJD today. Introductory dze A3* GULP COAST -^—" -*--' "\—^" •SMI^" >^»X^ BILOXI TWO HUGE SWIMMING f § S#* fck. Gr*t o' r A.r*r-ca'j fi vde choice cf Ljtj poticnj. Compleitl All ,^'ti *\*>- Ifcte', cio' te'epriore*. Pil f i' :-j Iwo ri_ige Psc, >':5 _•:--. Te^nij 8OV oui otcorr.mo- l*-Qf* ceep tea i*imm^ng pcc£i. Co.'ti . Private Hotel MARKHAM For r*it time o' ,0. c A.-'tl cl gOMcm or.J Pii.aie, ChoiT,p;>-.u ^ f-«;r or.d toil *otei ' Ki;;e w.a, ceocl- . . . ocn : ar.J. . , t &c.'r Count ol r,.^ . . .3,010 i l.7ur.ing pool . . woe r,g pool ore plo,gio,n Jf..,!Tlef.OC'.J O'.-r Ifr.r-.l COjttJ riA.'.AIIA'J Co-.Hoil Lc.r.jt 0--: fc'"3. 'J-f-ci'ec cj'ilrc U- 0 'c «-• o--. TOUR VACATION NOW O,e PhONE: ID2-155! REGINALD 0. i.Ef?OEf, Ce- ,'.^,. PHONE Ar»* code 601 »M-1312 Overlooking tbe Gull of Mexico Mid«3j Between Gulfport & Bilati EOGEWATER PARK, MISS. (6HOXI fO.j No. 1220— SJT, Bro • con Petroit'uir. Corp -voyeiics Pc;'^n A BY HOOD, J No Ili8--Cou,|.,n t: 3, Ap Par'i,M An , n c e Apotc, tic Comp^iv, t-rta Albert ijcirj • etie Ponin. A|t:rm>.d BY CULPEPPBR, J : No. 1177-~Josi|pn Ho.ro/ Sir n sour I Pac.i.c ft R. CD. AL^L-C lDCr 1 Q Parish K-:.criC<3 on-i KC Fruge, J C!--tir.'.- TJ!-. J :.'• No 11M — Bc-r £ir:n E C^oa, . "ochn Parijn School BMIO isst- P(|insft. Affir; ••:••<). fCt. YOUft COMfOUT v/?Er-C£ TAYLOR, Gen, • PHCN£;U'N'4-2i2! Ill the MISSISSIPPI of the GULF COAST. GULFPORT Gulf Coast Hospitality Hotels MISSISSIPPI HOTEL DIVISION OF W.l.HplCOMB & ASSOCIATES ulf Cocit's Leading Lc.ti-pcri Police Probe Two Local Burglaries Two burglaries were reported to Lake Charles City Police over the wcckeiu. 1 . VVIieeldon's Sjierlins Hoods; at ()0-1 15th St was entered some-; time between 4 p.m. Saturday' and 4 p.m. Sunday by breaking a ulass in I ho side of the build- IIIR. Desk drawers were r a n- sackcd and $27 in cash taken from a cash drawer, accord-: ing to Act in^ Chief of Detectives Pete Stou! Stout s,-tid Ka'-'.s fhillip 6ti Service Station ;•!, i!03 Uroad St. was entered sometime Sunday I ni^lit and three packages of i : No one has been reported in-1 gum taken from u desk drawer. Hiding jured in any of the accidents, as j A gum dispensing machine wan rain-slick highways leading into also ' New Orleans continued to constitute hazards. moved. Stunt said. Police said the accident hap', 3 i 4; , ul!| - P c 'icd about 8 a.m. on the heav- j ily traveled highway. Officers | said it would be afternoon before the wreckage could be cleared < from the bridge. , Traffic which was re-routed from the highway through Slide j ran into another snag when two ; minor accidents on Hie Lake! Pontcliartrain bridge piled up' ears for four miles north of the j span. M-115; <:ul- Good and medium broken amount of moved, Stout and ;i smnll and gum re- tablishment of 30 minute park- ins; limit zones. Amending a section of t h P. city code which prohibits park- in,", on a portion of the soulii side of Gill Street from a point 30 feet east of Front Street eastward a distance of 220 feet. Authorizing the mayor to accept from Southern Pacific an easement for public street purposes the westerly extension of Division Street 50 feet wide between Front .Street and Interstate 10. Amending the budget of expenditures for !9(i:t-(M to reflect transfers from the I'onlinwncv reserve fund to the police department. Receiving and opening bids on : a pick-up truck for the fire de' partment. Appointing a member to flip Lake Charles Municipal Fin- anil Police Civil Service Roapl. And introducing onlin;ui<•<•.,. - hearing commilte.e, ro[)ort.s and the mayor's reports anil IVs- sagcs in the council. Sleep Like Log Lamest soiling Charcoal Comri. tablet Stops Stomach Gas in 5 Minutes or your 35C luck at druggist. Inke with hot y».!ter at bed timo. Read until nyes shut Hell .ins tabloU relieve gas duo to exeev, Momath acid. Send postal to Bell-in? Orangeburg, N. Y., for liberal irea i ON TUESDAYS WITH $2.50 OR MORE PURCHASE SPECIALS GOOD MONDAY—TUESDAY—WEDNESDAY DIXIE FARM-GRADE "A" 2309 RYAN STREET FRYERS FRANKS RATH 12-OZ. 29c OUND BEEF TENDER VEAL FRESH SLICED ROUND STEAK VEAL LIVER 69c 49c TENDER VEAL TENDER VEAL SIRLOIN STEAK , 59c STEAKETTS . 69c ELLORINE MIDWEST HALF GALLONS FOR JERSEY GOLD GOLD CUP ICE CREAM BREAD HALF GALLON LARGE t-LB. LOAF 49c 19c LIBBY'S 6-OZ. CAN LITE FLUFF ORANGE DRINK BISCUITS 3 CANS 10c 19c COMMUNITY COFFEE LB, ROSEDALE 2'v SIZE KRAFT 18-OZ. PEACHES PRESERVES 4 CANS J FOR $1 88c BEST GIANT LIQUID BEST LIQUID !; GAL. DETERGENT BLEACH 39c 25c CALIFORNIA HALE PEACHES LB. 19c WATERMELONS EACH 29c

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