Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on July 23, 1964 · Page 31
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 31

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Thursday, July 23, 1964
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2 THURSDAY ' JULY 23 - 196 i Loke Chorles American Press ! OBITUARIES MRS. ANNIE LABBY Funeral services for Mrs. Annie May Lahhy. 63, will be held si 10 a.m. Friday in Hixson Funeral Home Chapel. The Rev. John Murdock, pas- tnr ot Calcasicu Tabernacle, and (he Rev. Howard Holt on, pastor of Lake Charles Revival fVnter. will officiate. Burial will he in Oak Lawn Cemetery in Welsh. Mrs. Lahby died Wednesday morning in a local nursing home. She was a native of Louis- vifle. Ky.. and a member of Calcnsieu Tabernacle. Survivors are three sons, Lcs- fcc Labby of Beaumont, Tex., Eugene L.ibby of Winnie, Tex., and Melvin Labby of Lake Charles; one daughter, Mrs. \V. O.J Cox of Bnfon Houge: one sister, Mrs. A. W. Clements of Hfrinoke and .seven grandchil- divn. ' >:. * • ; ERNST MUELLER fernst W. C. Mueller, 40, of .W Peake St., died this morning in a local hospital. Funeral services will be held at. 3 p.m. Thursday in the University Methodist Church with Hie Hixson Funeral Home in charge. •The Rev. James Stovall, pastor, will officiate. The body will be at the church at 2 p.m. Thursday. Afr. M ii e I I e r. a native of BfcdschwaJbaeh. Germany, was •\ chemist at Columbia Carbon Cn. He had been a resident of l^ke Charles for four years. , He was a member of the American Chemical Society and a graduate of Johannes Guttenberg University in Mains, Germany. .Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Christine Mueller; one son, Mar- cUs Mueller of Lake Charles, and p a r e n Is, Mr. and Mrs. $?org Mueller of German. i(^RS. E. S. PRIMEAUX »"; 1.4.^5. Eucharisf Sunnier Pri- rneaux, "M. died at 1 a.m. today M a Ioi:arrl(jsp.i4pl. X •: \ Funeral arrangements are incomplete but the funeral will be on Friday under the direction of Hixson Funeral Home. Burial will he in Graceland Cemetery. Mrs. Primeaux resided at 401 ; Chavanne .St. and had resided in Lake Charles 34 years. She was a native of Scott, } Survivors are three daughters. : j Mrs. Thelma Milazdo. Mrs. Rose ; ! Marie Pavlik and Mrs. Anna ! | Mae Creel, all of Lake! i Charles; one soa, Chester G. | Primeaux of Lafayette and one j sister, Mrs. Marie Poage of Lake | Charles; 16 grandchildren and : ; four great-grandchildren. :'i :•-. A i E.A.RICHARDSON ' LEESVILLE (Spi.) - Funeral ' services for Emmo'tt. A u s tin i Richardson, 68, of Single, were I to be held at .'i p.m. today from Hixson Funeral Home chapel. , ! Officiating will be Rev. Mur-1 ray E. Burr of Port Arthur.' Tex. Burial will be in Union Grove Cemetery at Single. : Mr. Richardson, a retired ma- jchinist, died at 7:30 a.m. j Wednesday in a Leesville hospital. j He is survived by his wife, ! Mrs. Beulah Cooley Richardson j ! of Slagle; a son, A. A. Richard- j | son of Port Arthur, Tex.; three ' daughters. Mrs. R. A. Snipes and Miss Pauline Richardson of Port Arthur, Tex., and Mrs. P. C. Eldemire of Groves. Tex.; a brother, S. I,. Richardson of i Liberty, Miss.: and two grand-i children. British Welfare Prices Calves LONDON (AP)-George Law-S son, a Laborite member of Par- i liament, complained Wednesday that the British welfare state values calves more than children. The House of Commons was debating subsidies for Scottish hill farmers. Lawson observed th t the farmer gets $56 from the government when a cow calves but only $44.80 when his wife has a babv. Knights Hear Reports From Program Heads Reports from all six-point pro- j gram chairmen were heard by i St. Henry Council 6022, Knights of Columbus at the meeting held in the church hall Wednesday night with Grand Knight Dominic Romano presiding. Each chairman outlined events which his group would sponsor during the council year. Evans Janise and his Catholic activity committee will sponsor a member-daughter corpor- arc communion the first Sunday in August. Chosen to attend the school of SHOWERS — Scoltered showers and Ihundershowers are expected lo- nighi along ihe Gulf coast, the middle and south Atlantic States and in the central and southern Plateau states. Cooler temperatures are expected over parts of ihe north Atlantic statep, New England, the northern Plains and the northern Rockies. (AP Wirephoto) Watson-Walker Farms Open Here LOCAL WEATHER R. E. (Dick) Watson, introduces a new business firm to the city today when Watson- Walker Farms of Lake Charles begins a new wholesale milk enterprise in the city. Watson, former president of Watson Ice Cream Co., which operated for 48 years in the city until 191)2, w'ill personally head the firm here which is part of the nationwide Quality Checked Dairy Products. "We will serve as wholesalers of this famed dairy line that uses for its trademark the red check mark on all packages," Watson said today in announcing the establishment of the local firm's headquarters at 2606 Ifllh St., just off Louisiana 14. ganized on a wide scale about two and a half years ago. "We are fortunate to be connected with 161 independently owned milk plants across the nation," Watson said, "because it enables us to conduct research programs through actual kitchen research to improve the milk products of the member plants." Warren Josephson is president of the organization in Alexandria with Walker, the founder as chairman of the board. "We are stressing service to the retail establishments," Watson said, adding, "after we stabilize our store delivery, then we plan a home delivery service." LAKE CHARLES AREA I TEMPERATURES | Temperature todo,* (t a.m.) M Minimum fodor (5 a.m.) 7Z ' Maximum yesterday (l p m.) 89 I R«lallv« Humidity (» a.m.) 74 I Rainfall today None Rainfall yesterday None .7:12 p.m. Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow Sen Level Pressure O a.m.) Tides today: High J:« a.m 7:5? p.m., -0.5. Tomori^: High 3:17 a.m., l.t. Low 10:11 a.m.1.3; High 11:30 a.m. 1.5. Low «:32 p.m , -0.5. .. .1:27 a.m. J0.08 , l.». Low Rain at Picnic Not Unexpected NORTH GRANBY, Conn. (AP)—It rained at the company ; picnic Wednesday just as the | company said it "might. | The company? Travelers | Weather Service, specialists in 'forecasting and meteorology. The Watson-Walker Fa r m s j Watson, who is a member of will be connected directly to i the city council and a former the Walker Farms of Alexan-j council president said "Within dria, an old established milk j a year or so we will have a firm which was organized by j staff of between 30-35 employes Morgan Walker and was reor- serving the people of our area " SCHOOL SPECIAL Vour Sewinu Machine CLEANED—OILED—ADJUSTED Work Guaranteed ... BaAIL 5 Y1 S SEWING CENTER 416 Broad St. 434-9357 The Diamonds You Want... at the time You Need them That's what You Get... When You Shop at Gordon's And they're easy to own . .. Pay Weekly or Monthly .. .Take 12 Months to Pay! DIAMOND MERCHANTS OP AMERICA G ORDON'S ^'(7 T.l L I T Y -IE WELERS 808 RYAN STREET, Downtown SOUTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER (2906 RYAN STREET) IH LAFAYETTE 1 M ORANG& 648 JEFFERSON ST. Downtown MacARTHUR CIRCLE SHOPPING CENTER AU. HIM* K.U> IUUAL TAK • ILUICTIUTIIMO INUUia» Ta «HO« OtTAK. 3 U'AMONB'-ttif.j- ^-../.n wn .r' »eao.:',i i.:.i. !i M^: i,?:.: A 11 AR 10 PAV M35 C. j C.AWOND "Cu.'ve cf-.jn with la^r-l'A*, ng »c:c^g : -j, ;j r.j-j: t ^ p,.,-,, , , -, tr ;,, s 5PS I 1 . : DIAMOND Masnion F-..," mcoan cei'gn b::0!i ciejlioii. 13 ra:s! Go^a A UM; 10 PAY $200 i flesgn »:O.:IPJ s«!, !8 Kant (!••a io:,ut,HM ILRMS '215 G. i'CMONB ''Lfr' fegnviid! iiiler-toclinj wdoinj rinj, 1! Kant £:ii! BUDGLT ILRMS *2/3 H. J-ClAMONO'llatcheii" design eiQunlti bridal set. 18 Kant Gold ...CONVENIENT ILRMS *309 L 9-DIAiKlO "JhiMf dtsign {xcitinj wdfeg creatlan, U Karat C:!i. OPEN AH ACCOUNT J35Q i- 8-D1AMOND %«»•' dss'ji ttitk Intet-lockinj wddiig flnfc 18 Esid...... BUDGET TERMS MOO tlAll & PHOHIOUMU PkOMPTU flUEB T . I DIAMOVB ''Dti! !»••.:' F. 5[' Coiumbianism on Sunday (n Opelousas are Romano, General Program Chairman Paul Terranova Jr., Membership-Insurance Chairman Odey Hebert and Financial Secretary Wendell Bahnson. The council also elected to sponsor a monthly "Newsletter" to be distributed the last Sunday of each month. The firs issue is scheduled for August with Russell Benoit as editor. OPEN THURSDAY TILL 8 P.M. a SPECIAL DRESS SHIRTS HALF SLEEVE VERY SPECIAL 1.66 'SIZES 14Va TO 16'/2 (BUTTON DOWN COLLARS • OXFORD STRIPES Extra Special LADIES' BLOUSES SIZES 8 TO 18 • 10>-'i) ("OMBL'D CT-TTON • FOUR STYLES • MANY COLORS • IDEAL FOR SACK TO SC.HOOi SIZES 8 TO ! R Red Hot Buy! JAMAICA SHORTS REG. 1.98 to 2.98 99 MANY FABRICS • MANY COLORS TREMENDOUS VALUES IMPORTANT FANCIES FOR YOUR UNEN CLOSET IDEAL FOR GIFTS MANY DIFFERENT SETS Just Say "Charge W Colorful Throw Pillows BEAUTIFUL COLORvS *1 EA. OVALS AND SQUARES CLEARANCE FURTHER REDUCTIONS OUR ENTIRE STOCK LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES $2 to $7 VALUES FROM 6.93 TO 17.98 CLEARANCE FURTHER REDUCTIONS OUR ENTIRE STOCK MEN'S SUMMER SUITS $25 $35 •- ALUFS FROM 39.95 TO 50.00 949 3rd Ave. HIvALl/S East Town Shopping Center

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