2 THURS., JULY 30, 1964, Lake Charles American Press OBITUARIES MRS. WANDA CHURA ,<ers, Mrs. Mary Alice Larkin, of Merryville, Mrs. Sarah Ann Allcman of Lecsville, Miss Dorothy Jeanne Nelson and Miss Olenda (•. Nelson, both of .Singer. . DERIDDER (Spl.) - Funer- j al services will be held today for | Mrs. Wanda Chuni, 24, of Sing- j rr who died as the result of an' auto accident Monday night in Lccsville. Services will he held In the j .Singer Baptist Church with the Ticv. Robert C. Hughes, Rev. Herman Barron and Rev. Fuller officiating. Burial will be in the Goodj Hope Cemetery near >Singer un-! der ihe direction of Hixson Funeral Home of DcRiddcr. | Survivors are her husband of! Mineral Springs, Tex.; one son, j George Edward Chura of Singer three daughters, Mary JoAnn and Nancy Lynn, both of Mineral Springs, and Patricia Darlene of Singer: her parents, j Mr. and Mrs. Edward Nelson of! Singer; two brothers, John! Wayne Huntlcy of Gatcsville, Tex., and James Lloyd Huntley of Tniscoft, Tex.; and'four sis- venscraft of Memphis, Tenn.; and three grandchildren MRS. E. GUSSEY OAKDALK ElizaMh Hearn Oiissey. MRS. EFFIECRITES MAPLEWOOD (Spl.) -- Mrs. Effie Crites, 74, died al 2:50 p.m. Wednesday at her residence al 204 Quelqucshue St. in Maplewood. Tlie body was sent to (he E. M. Trout, and Sons Funeral Home in Ponca City, Okla., from where funeral arrangements will be announced. Burial will be in Oddfellows Cemetery in Ponca City. Mrs. C'ritcs was a native of Callaway Count}', Mo. Survivors arc one daughter, Mrs. George Kanelakos of Maplewood; one son, Robert Carroll Critcs of Ponca City; two brothers, J. A. Turley of Kansas City, Mo. and Walter Ra- Oakdale died at Wednesday in (he Hi rgrove Clinic here. Funeral services were sol for 10 a.m. Friday at the Pilgrim M r R. 71, of 0 p.m. St., who died at 1 p.m. Wednesday in a Lake Charlefe hospital. Rites will be held at Our Lady of Prompt Succor Catholic Church with burial in Mimosa Pines Garden of Memories Cemetery. A Rosary will he said at 7 [p.m. today in Hixson Funeral j Home. ! Mr. Khoury was a native ot j Lebanon and had lived here for j jGO years. He was a retired oil-, 'field worker. ' He is survived by a son, Albert Khoury of Sulphur; two daughters, Mrs. Perry Eason and Mrs. Robert DeSantas, both of Lake Charles; 14 grandchil- Holiness Church with tile Rev. Lee Ralhbun officiating.! Burial will be in the Oakdvlci Cemetery under the direction' of the Ardoin Funeral Home. She is survived by lur husband Lcmeul Gnssey (f Oakdale; one daughter, Mrs, Annabelle Moore of Oakdale; onn brother, Thomas A. Horn of San Diego. Calif.; and hree grandchildren. ! * * * JOHN G. KHOURY SULPHUR (Spl.) — Kineral services will be held liete at 10 a.m. Friday for John ! George Khoury, 83, of 403 E. 'Lincoln dren; dron. and 20 grrat-grandchil- Sabotage Blamed In Explosion Of Egyptian Vessel CAIRO (AP) - The explosion which blew up the Egyptian ammunition ship star of Alexandria in Bone harbor was an act j of sabotage, the newspaper Ala- harm claimed Wednesday. Last reports from Algeria said 108 persons were killed in the explosion. LBJ Issues Appeal For U.S. Forms WASHINGTON CAP) - Presi- j dont Johnson advised the National Agricultural Advisory Commission Wednesday to put partisanship and prejudice aside to improve prosperity on the nation's farms. "The lime has come," the President said, "to find and put to use some better answers to farm policy than we have had in many years." Addressing the group at the White House, Johnson said farmers have been getting good news about agriculture lately including increased exports, higher net income and higher profits. He added that he believes this good news can be made even better. "America is prospering," he said. 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Pickering, cii- j rector of the Jet Propulsion j Laboratory which made and is j guiding Ranger 7 on its 228.0001 mile voyage, says the insect- standard Time Crowds See JFK Exhibit In Chicago PASADENA, Calif. (APt Scientists watched with growing elation today as Ranger 7 sailed peacefully through space with a cargo of cameras now given an 80 per cent chance of snapping history's first closcups of the moon. Radioed information indicated all instruments aboard the 806- pound vehicle were in normal condition, including the television system designed to go into action just before impact at 8:25 CHICAGO (AP)-Doors were ,kept open past midnight shaped spacecraft has passed j Wednesday night to admit the worst of its hurdles and has I crowds lined up to see the John a four-out-of-five chance of sue-1F. Kennedy memento collection cess. on its last day in Chicago. He uppcd the odds from 50-50 A spokes man announced that some 92,000 persons saw the exhibit during its seven days in Wednesday after a minor trajectory adjustment 100,000 miles , „ _ , !••"•<. uuiuig 11,0 seven days ,„ K S ?nn G M imcd R ? n !? r l al Chica 8". banging the attendance a r,o-by-300-mi e area in the Sea | tota , f n ' U c ^f lo 585 ,ooo. of Clouds, just southwest of the i center of the moon. ' Included in the exhibit are ._ _... .. ; Kennedy's rocking chair, the | books he kept on his desk and Atoms in white dwarf stars I the coconut he used in World are so tightly packed that the stars may weigh 15 tons per cubic inch. War II to float a message thai he and his PT boat crew were stranded on an island. 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