The Crowley Post-Signal from Crowley, Louisiana on July 20, 1960 · 9
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The Crowley Post-Signal from Crowley, Louisiana · 9

Crowley, Louisiana
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Wednesday, July 20, 1960
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The Crowley Daily Signal, Crowley, La., Wednesday, July 20, 1960 9 PHONE 800 BOTTOM'S DOWN Apparen tly the 575-foot Panamanian tanker Alkoid heard the UN is the place to go when in trouble, because the tanker is in trouble aground in New Tork's Ean river and at the UN building. A hole in the tanker's side poured 2,500 tons of crude oil on the East river's troubled waters. Louisiana Republicans Lean Toward Goldwater BATON ROUGE (AP) Several Louisiana delegates to the Repub lican National Convention are leaning to Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona for the party's vice presidential nomination. Two Baton Rouge delegates say the delegation's choice to head the 1960 GOP ticket is likely to be Vice President Nixon. . - One delegate-at-large, Francis C. Grevemberg said interest in New York Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller had nose-dived after Rockefeller said he favored a stronger civil rights plank than the Democrats'. Grevemberg said he had received a number of phone calls earlier from persons interested in Rockefeller. Since his statement. Grevemberg said, "those same people have been calling me back and saying forget him." Another delegate. Harrison G. Bagwell, said Rockefeller had virtually no chance with Louisian-an's '"for he's too damned much of a Democrat.'' Grevemberg said he would suggest, as a Southerner, that the Republican platform consider advocating a federal race relations commission and go easy on a civil rights plank. The 26 delegates and 26 alternates will be housed in the LaSalle Hoiel in Chicago, according to Nealon Stracener, another dele-gale. Delegation chaimman George Reese of New Orleans is already in Chicago. The convention opens there Monday. The GOP delegates-at-large: George Reese, New Orleans; Hugues J. de la Vergne, New Orleans; Leroy Smallenberger, Shreveport; Thomas Stagg Jr., Shreveport; Mrs. Maggie Belle Hodges, Shreveport; Francis C. Grevemberg, Baton Rouge; Tom Hall, Lake Charles; J. Paulin Duhe, New Iberia; Earl Roller, Houma, and Mrs. Betty Boyd, Lake Charles. ALternates-at-large: Dr. Leonard Hicks, Houma; Robert Young, 'New Orleans; Mrs. Dora Creed, New Orleans; 0. V. Slaughter, Shreveport; James Adams, Shreveport; Mrs. Harriet Bel-chic, Shreveport; Auguste A. Bondy Sr., New Roads; Mrs. Runett Longmire, Shreveport; Harold B. Judell, New Orleans, and Octave Destorges, Alexandria. Second: Richard L. Hagy and i Charles Schwartz Jr., New Orle ans; alternates, Bennett A. Mol-ter Jr. and Mrs. Ray V. Biehl, New Orleans. Third: Dr. Emmett E. Houeye, j St. Martinville, and Ken n e t h Bowen, Lafayette; alternates, Dr. Harold M. Flory, New Iberia, and Mrs. Violet Drobish, Lafayette. Fourth: Mrs. Gene Davis and Mrs. Susybelle Lyons, Shreveport: alternates, George A. Burton Jr. and Mrs. Mary Nell Valerius, Shreveport. Fifth: George M. Snellings Jr., Monroe, and N. Bryant James, Farmerville; alternates, Mrs. Patrick H. Martin, Bastrop, and Mrs. Mary Louise Snellings, Monroe. Sixth: Nealon Stracener and Charles H. Dillemuth, Baton Rouge; alternates, Fred Hoffman, Bogalusa, and Harrison G. Bagwell, Baton Rouge. Seventh: Mrs. Joyce H. Ruel, Lake Charles, and John F. De-zauche Jr.. Opelousas; alternates, Mrs. Betty W. Boyd, Lake Charles, and Harold L. Cooling, Cameron. Eighth: Mrs. Dorothy Lewis and Douglas Cardwell, Alexandria; alternates, Waiter Hether-wick. Pineville, and Richard Schmidt, Alexandria. Baptist Says U.S. Needs Brotherhood ROCKINGHAM, N.C. (AP) "If we could live brotherhood in North Carolina and in the United States during the months ahead, it would be like an atom bomb on the Kremlin." This was the reply by President C.B. Deane of the Baptist State Convention, a former congressman, when asked for comment on the presidential candidacy of Democrat John Kennedy, a Catholic. Deane said, "with the world rapidly being torn apart by serious divisions I will not allow myself to be used to create more division." USE THE SIGNAL WANT ADS The Week's Needlework Hits l WUGUt 647 DRESS UP A CHAIR, dramatize a table with this matched set in filet crochet. Charts; directions 12xl6 - inch chair back; 7x12 armrest; oval doily 16x25 in No. 50 cotton. 806 COLORFUL VEGETABLES make a cheerful looking sextette i-;then tnwel -hild could do these embroidery motifs! Transfer Gf six motifs 5V4x6 inches. Simple embroidery. 646 GIVE A SMART NEW LOOK to your fashions, linens, accessories with this easv Swedish weaving. Charts; directions for four different designs use on anything of huck. Send Thirty - five Cents (coins for each pattern add 5 cents for each pattern for 1st - class mailing. Send to Crowley Daily Signal Neddlecraft Dept., P. O. Box Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS and ZONE. New! New! New- Our 1960 Laura Wheeler Needlecraft Book is readv NOW- Crammed with ex citing, unusual, popular designs to crochet, knit, sew, embroider, quilt, weave fashions, home furnishings, toys, gifts, bazaar hits. In the book FREE 3 quilt patterns. Hurry, eend 25 cents for your copy. Piglet Wrecks Auto, Owner Hospitalized WEINER, Ark. (AP) A little piggie which apparently didn't want to go home with Mrs. Mary Morris had its way. In the process, Mrs. Morris' auto was wrecked and she was hospitalized with minor injuries. After buying the four-week-old piglet Tuesday, Mrs. Morris put it in a burlap sack and stowed the squirming cargo on the front seat of the car. On the way home, tal3 eesszyy jg20 the sack flipped onto her foot, the car accelerated and ran off the highway into a tree. A state trooper found the sack, but the piglet was gone. The Crowley Daily Signal CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING is ECONOMICAL EFFECTIVE! PHONE 800 Classification INDEX 1. Lodge Notices 5. Funeral Directors 6. Card Of Thank 7. In Memoriam 8. Flowers Mourning Goods 9. Monuments., Cemstery Lets 10. Special Notices 11. Lost & Found 12. Personals 13. Travel Information 14. Personal Services 15. Business Services 16. Entertainment 17. Restaurants-Catering 18. Foods-Beverages 19. Schools-Instructions 20. Investments 21. Money To Lend 22. Wanted To Borrow 30. Help Wanted Male 31. Help Wanted Female 32. Help Wanted Male or Female 33. Help Wanted Sales 34. Help Wanted Agents 35. Employment Services 36. Situations Jobs Wanted 40. For Sale Miscellaneous 41. Wanted To Buy Rent Swap 42. Miscellaneous For Rent 43. Antiques For Sale Wanted 44. Bicycles For Sale, Repairs 45. Boats. Marine Sale. Rent 46. Fishing Supplies, Bait 47. Hunting Equipment 48. Sporting Goods, Hobbles 49. Clothing Wearing Apparel 50. Furniture. Appliances 51. Business Equipment, Fixtures 52. Musical Radio, Television 53. Machinery, Tools, Equipment 54. Fuel, Wood. Coal 55. Dogs, Cats, Pets, Supplies 56. Farm Animals, Supplies 57. Farm. Dairy Products 58. Lawn. Garden. Farm Supplies 59. Seedr, Plants, F'owers, Trees 60. Fertilizer, Soil Supplies 61 Building Materials 70. Rooms For Rent 71. Room & Board 72. Apartments For Rent 73. Houses For Rent 74. Business Rentals 75. Farms, Acreage For Rent 6. Vacation Places For Rent 77. Colored Rentals 78. Wanted To Rent 80. Insurance-Mortgage Loans 81. Business Opportunities 82. investment Property 83. Real Estate Service 84. Real Estate Brokers 85. Property Management 86. Home Building 87. Real Estate Wanted 90. Houses For Sale 91. Lots For Sale 92. Sarins, Land. Acreage For Sale 93. Timber. Timber Land 94. Business, Industrial For Sals 95. Cabins. Campsites For Sale 96. Beach, Resort For Sale 97. Colored Property For Sals 98. Open For Inspection I00. Mobile Homes 200. Aircraft 300. Motorcycles 400. Automobiles For Sale 401. Automobile Service 402. Automobile Rentals. Taxi 403. Automobile Loans 404. Autorrobiles Wanted i00- Trucks. Buse. Trailers 12. Personals ASSURE YOURSELF of fair treatment, elect Allen C. Gremillion, City Judge. No. 34. Paid Political Advertisement 15. Business Services EXPERT - Watch and jewelry repair. Satisfaction guaranteed Brandt's Jewelry and Gifts. Phone 992. FOR EXPERIENCED pest control call Bill's Pest Control, 6349, De Ridder or 9127, Crowley. Kills all household insects and termites. SIGNORELL1 MATTRESS SHOP -E. Hwy. 90. Old mattresses made new. Ten years expeiience Phone 168. GOOD, FAST, dependable film developing service on black and white, Kodacolor prints, color movie film and color slides. Your camera specialty dealer serves you better. Love's Camera Shop, next to Morgan and Lindsey. TRY OUR Iceman's cube ice. 6 lb. bags available at Robbins Tex co Station, W. 2nd; Opry's Serv ice Station, W. Hwy 90; LeBlanc Shell Station, W. 2nd; and Prejean's Shell Station, N. Parkerson, 12 lb. bags vended at our plant, S Parkerson. 24 hour service. Crowley Ice Co. 18. Foods-Beverages GOOD FOOD served daily except Sunday at the Coffee Shop, 517 S. Parkerson. GUARANTEED FRESH EGGS -39c per dozen Mayo LaGrange, 620 East Eim. TEXAS WATERMELONS, hot 3c, cold 5c lb. Guaranteed. Poor Boy Cash Grocery, corner 7th and Western. WATERMELONS, ice cold. Get yours from Crowley Ice Company, S. Parkerson. 19. Schools-Instructions PREPARE - For Civil Service jobs. No experience necessary Grammar school education usual iy sufficient. Start high as $4800 first year. We prepare men and women, ages 18-50. Civil Service offers security, good pay, advancement and retirement. Give name, address, and phone number, time home, if rural home, give directions. Write Box 362 co Daily Signal. 30. Help Wanted Male AUTO MECHANIC wanted immediately. Preferably with GM experience. Apply in person at Frank Linn Oldsmobile, West 2nd. St., Crowley. 2 WHITE PAPER BOYS with am bition needed at once in Rayne. Phone 3180, Rayne. 31. Help Wanted Female BEAUTICIAN WANTED Apply Liz's Beauty Shop. COMPARE! Our earning opportunity with any other where you choose your own hours. Call today. Avon Cosmetics, Write Avon Daily Signal. 45. Boats, Marine Sale, Rent WATER BUG, 15 ft. Du-Craft. 35 h.p. Big Twm L'inrude motor and double dump trailer. Windshield and top. $850. Phone Ed 4-3910, Rayne after 5:00 p.m. 50. Furniture, Appliances BAR STOOLS, bar stools, bar stools. Hand made of Ash and Oak. 18 inches high to 30 inches high. $3.95 to $5.95. Can be stained and finished in a choice of ten colors. The Workshop of Suds. Two miles north of the Court House on Eunice Highway at Crowley, La. Phone 646 or 627. Sunday visit welcome. 59. Seeds, Plants, Flowers, Trees CALADIUM, 5 for $1.00 98c specials in gallon cans, Candelabra, Tree of Heaven, blooming Plumbago, Psyche and Red Hibiscus. Gossen's Nursery, Rayne. Phone Ed 4-3614. 60. Fertilizer, Soil Supplies HONEYMOON SPECIAL Complete household of new furniture and appliances for $499.95. $20 down, 24 months to pay balance. Consists of follow ing: 9.6 cu. ft. refrigerator; 36 in. gas range; 3 piece bedroom suite; inner spring mattress and box springs; 5 piece dinette set and 2 bedroom lamps. This price good for as long as our present stock lasts. Crosby Furniture and Appliance Store. 1014 East Cedar St. Phone 3158. LIVING ROOM SUITE, 2 piece, $35. 8 piece dining room suite, $35. Fogleman's Repair. N. Hwy. 13. REFRIGERATOR, $25; stove, $50. Excellent condition. Phone 1732 or 3361. USED 36" gas range, $75; 4 burners, griddle, glass door oven, excellent condition. 12 x 15 cotton pile rug, $15 and 7x9 cotton pile rug, $15. Both with pads. Call 3852-J after 6 p.m. 53. Machinery, Tools. Equipment LAWSON AND ARMOR factory built rice cart. Excellent condition. $350 f.o.b at farm, located 11 miles north of Bay St. Louis. L. L. Fletcher Rt. 1 Box 500, Bay St. Louis, Miss. Phone Homestead 7-4854. USED service station equipment for sale. Contact Harold Prevost in Rayne. Phone ED 4-5221. 55. Dogs, Cats, Pets, Supplies AKC BEAGLES, 2 registered males. These dogs are No. 1 dogs. Will sell on trial. Charlie Venable, Rayne. 56. Farm Animals, Supplies ALFALFA Hay and started chicks. Flybait. Landry's Feed Store. Phone Ed 4-4224, Rayne. FARM SUPPLY STORE Weed killers, feeds, seeds, fertilizers, insecticides, livestock supplies. 509 S. Parkerson Ave. Phone 1960. RED DEVON BULL, registered 4 year, 1400-1500 lb. $350. Phone Elizabeth Melrose 4-5545. C. E. Morrow, R. 3 Box 51, Pitkin, La. DIRT - TOP SOIL and fill soil. Lots filled and leveled. Ed4-3171, Rayne after 5 p.m. 1. Building Materials 73. Houses For Rent NORTH AVE. E, 410. 2 bedroom house. Connections for automatic washer and dryer. Phone 503, 1773 or 2838. N. AVENUE L, 920. 6 room house for rent. Phone 1901 for informa tion. 4CG. Automobiles For Sale 1955 OLDSMOBILE 98, 4 door sedan, $550 Phone 1741 or can be seen at 225 N. Ave. E. 1953 FORD FOR SALE, $175. Phone 3995 -Wl. SMALL HOUSE for rent. $25 month. Located on paved street. Phone 313 or after 5, 3523. 1953 PONTIAC for sale. $250. Can be seen at 813 North Avenue D. NORTH AVE. H, 1545. 2 bedroom house, modern conveniences. Unfurnished. Phone 398. CHAIN LINK fence material 50c a ft. plus terminals, gates and installation. Garland Rue, Phone 1234-W. FENCE SALE - 69c ft. installed. Nothing down. Call 1546 or 668-J. Kaplan Highway at City Limits. TWO BEDROOM house. Garage, utility shed, paved street, wall heater. $50 month. Phone 889. 70. Rooms For Rent E. 2nd ST., 305. 2 bedrooms, con necting bath. Ideal location. Gentlemen. Phone 125. SOUTH AVE. G., 1004-Roora with private entrance, adjoining bath Phone 1630-W. 72. Apartments For Rent EAST CLAY, 314. 3 room furnished apartment. Bills paid. Phone 1449-J. EAST HUTCHINSON, 415. Furnished apartment. 3 large rooms, private bath, garage. Adults only. Phone 2717 or after 5:30, 1359. 4th AND AVE. L 2 large bed rooms, wall furnace, air condi tioner plugs. Call 44 or 1158. FURNISHED DUPLEX apartment. Floor furnace, attic fan. Couple only. 613 E. 10th. Phone 2217 or 3349. GARAGE APARTMENT 2 bedroom clean, unfurnished. Close in. Phone 2871-J. NORTH AVENUE H, 1411 Furnished apartment, 3 rooms and bath. Phone 996. S. AVE F, 602. Furnished 2 bedroom house. Call Philip Cagnina at 69. $35.00. Close in. 2 large rooms, bath, screen porch, private entrance. Unfurnished. See R. Young, 305 E. 3rd. Phone 1767-R. THREE bedroom home for rent. Phone 10 or 3790 after 5:00 p.m. UNFURNISHED HOUSE available after July 22nd. 920 East 6th St. Contact Gus J. Fontenot. 1622 Federal Ave., Morgan City, La. $70.00 monthly. 80. Insurance-Mortgage Loans INSURANCE Hospitalization, medical- surgical, educational, endowments, mortgage, insured savings, home protector, family protector, and life. W. G. "Andy" Anderson. Phone 2931. Box 768, Crowley. 81. Business Opportunities RAYNE SERVICE station dealer ship available; major product, good location, very nice station, doing excellent business now Present dealer must leave because of health. Wonderful opportunity. Good references, business ability, and moderate capi-t 1 required. Write "Service S ation" The Crowley Daily Signal. PONTIAC STARCHIEF. 1958 4 door hardtop, air conditioned, power brakes, power steering. Will sell or trade my equity for older car. Apply at Bome's Trailer park. Phone Ed 4-3075, Rayne. 401. Automobile Service FREE safety inspection. Auto mechanics. Body-fender repairs. Steam cleaning. All work guaranteed. Herman Minick. genera! repair shop, 220 East Pine St. ACCESSORIES AND PARTS - For all Fords. Visit our parts Dept Cleveland Motors Phone WE SPECIALIZE in motor tune up and carburetor overhauls on all makes and models of cars and trucks. Schick's Auto Repair Shop. WE WELL do auto repair on all makes of ear 309 W. 8th St., Crowley, La. 500. Trucks, Busses, Trailers PICKUP TRUCK 1960, hi ton. Heater, side spare, directional lights. Low mileage. Phone 1768-W. TRAINER, 2 wheel luggage type. $40. Can be seen at 126 W. 8th Street 83. Real Estate Service IF YOU'RE interested in buying or selling real estate, see R. A Parker, 1725 North Parkerson Phone 562 90 Houses For Sale HOLLY STREET, 1825. 3 bedroom home on 2 corner lots for sale Call 3151 or 2695-J. GET THAT SPORTS CAR FEELING at WALTER'S AUTO GLASS 213 W 2nd. Crowley With New Seat Covers HOME PROTECTOR Buying a home? Protect your investment with mortgage insurance. As little as 10c per day on $10,000. W. G. "Andy" Anderson, Phone 2931. Box 768. Crowley. HE WENT THIS WAY UNFURNISHED DUPLEX, attic fan, floor furnace. For information call 1000. WEST 3rd street, 229. Furnished apartment. Call Phillip Cagnina at 69. 7J. Houses For Rent RED POLL BULL for sale, 2 years old. L. B. Robinson, Phone 3744-Jl. UNUSUAL OPPORTUNITY for housewife with car to work full or part time. $50 weekly. Write D. Hebert, General Del. Kaplan. D. Hebert, General Delivery, Kaplan. ELECT ALLEN C. Gremillion, your independent candidate for City Judge. No. 34. Paid Political Advertisement WANTED Elderly woman to live in home. Phone 2372. WANTED Lady for housekeeper and companion in Lake Charles. Room, board and salary. Mrs. Julian Leger, 508 Emerald St., Lake Charles. SHETLAND PONY, black and white gelding, 4 years, saddle, bridle and martingale to match, halter brushes, 1 sack corn, etc. $250 for all. T. J. Nicko, Rt. 1 Box 295-G, Eunice. 58. Lawn, Garden, Farm Supplies ROSE FOOD, azalea-camellia food, insecticide spray materials, peat moss, potting soil. Lawn spraying for brown spot in St. Augustine grass. Garden and Lawn Center. 509 S. Parkerson. Phone 1960. EAST FIRST, 808 4 rooms, both front and rear porch. Pave street, reasonable rent. Call 2211-R. HARGRAVE, 327 2 bedrooms, automatic washer connection $40. Phone 881 or 731-J. HOUSES and furnished apart ments for rent Call 24 or 859. or see Ivy Miles. NORTH AVENUE B, 1114 2 bedroom house near all schools. Phone 1894. TWO BEDROOMS, 2 baths on 6 lots. Contact Sherman Martin, Prospect 9-2485, Iota. WE WILL furnish all materials, 100 financing and most of the labor for you to build your own home. Nothing down! Call Marion Edwards. 91. Lots For Sale LOT FOR SALE in Kings Addition, 80 ft. x 120 ft. Phone 1524-W. 400. Automobiles For Sale 1951 CHEVROLET for sale. Can be seen at the Evangeline Station, West 2nd St. between 5 a.m. and 2 p.m. NORTH AVE. H., 1522 Unfurnished small house, 5 rooms and bath, carport. $35 per month. Apply C. J. Primeaux, 605 North Parkerson, Phone 1155. CLEARANCE SALE MASTERCRAFT BOAT TRAILERS WILLIAMS SPORTING GOODS 40. For Sale Miscellaneous BATH SETS - kitchen sinks, fittings. Bargain Center, North Hwy. 13 FREE $39.95 Electric Eye Shutter with every Model 800 Polaroid Land Camera Kit. Love's Camera Shop. Phone 2233. 1. Lodge Notices AMERICAN LEGION Acadia Post No. 15 will meet Wednesday, July 20th at 8:00 p.m. at the American Legion Home. Ralph Taylor, Commander. 10. Special Notices I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE for any debts contracted by anyone except myself. Horace Breaux LET'S ELECT Allen C. Gremillion, City Judge. No. 34. Paid Political Advertisement NOTICE Request return of Alaskan film borrowed from me. John N. John, Jr. 11. Lost & Found FOUND 1960 Crowley High class ring, Has initials M M or W W. Pick ring up at Daily Signal office. LOST 3 months old brown Boxer pup, has limp in left leg. Phone 1771-W or 550. NICK-NACK SHELVES, Walnut half-moon. $1 each. 1212 South Ave. L. Phone 3955-M. SPECIAL Rent a piano for the month of August for only $1.00 This is a limited offer. All orders must be placed with us by July 31st. Lafayette Music Co. 207 E. Vermilion St CE 21133. UNCLAIMED FREIGHT. Brand new 17 piece stainless steel waterless cookware sets. Cost $200, take $45.00. Call 3433. USED TIRES and tubes. Reconditioned and guaranteed. Available in 14, 15 and 16 incb size. Black and white sidewall. Priced for quick sale. Goodyear Service Store. 41. Wanted To Buy Rent Swap WANTED TO BUY FIGS. Phone 2754-W. 44. Bicycles For Sale, Repairs FOR SALE 20 inch boys bicycle. Recently renovated. $20. Call 254 after 6 p.m. 45. Boats, Marine Sal Rent CROWLEY CRAFT, 14 ft. plywood boat $79.99 Gus John's Store, Iota. EARL'S CIGARETTE & NOVELTY SERVICE We Install On Commission Basis ! If you want the latest cigarette machine in your choice of 12 colors, or the latest juke box, shuffle alleys, guns, pin tables and all other amusement machines . . . PLUS A-l SERVICE Call Us Immediately EARL'S CIGARETTE and NOVELTY SERVICE EARL D. JOHN, Owner 220 Wesi 6th Si. Phone 273 or 309 Crowley, La. Straight To The Telephone and Called 800 And Placed A Daily Signal Want Ad! TO SELL TO TELL gf TO BUY Use A Want Ad Cop and Cancellation Deadline 9 a.m. AAo-ning of Insertion

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