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., AUGUST 20, 1962, lake Charts AmtrttM Press DEATHS MftS. ANOUA HAVINS GLENMORA (SpU - Funeral services for Mrs. Anolia Havens. 76. of Glenmora were held at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Ardoin funeral horn? chapel in Oakdale. Rrv. James Knight and Rev. Tho~>as Cobb officiated. Burial was in Camp Ground cemetery nor Glenmora. Mrs. Havens died of a heart attack at il:4S a.m. Saturday in the home of her son, Brewster Havens, in West I>ake. She was the widow of Joseph J. Havens. VICTOR RAMUS SR. GLENMORA iSpU - Funeral, services for Victor Ramus Sr.. 74. j of Glenmora will be announced by: Ardoin funeral home of Oakdale.! Mr. Ramus died Sunday at | 7:2H a.m. in the Oakdale Infirma-: ry- Survivors are his wife of Glen mora: two sons. Victor Ramus Jr. j of the U. S. Army and Semior | Ramus of the U. S. Navy: twoi daughters. Mrs. Sidney Carpenter j of Lccompte and Mrs. Herbert Fonlcnot of the U.S. Army; and H grandchildren. ; ELIZABETH ROUGEOU LKESVILLK iSpl.» - Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Jane ROURCOU. 71. of Simpson were to havr- been held at 10 a.m. today in llixson's funeral home chapel in Lr»sv«"" with Rev. Aubrey Boswell officiating. Bikini was to have been in Welcome cemetery in Simpson. Mrs. Rougeou died at 11:35 p.m. Saturday in Alexandria. Survivors include her husband, Will Rou.ceau of Simpson: one son. W. E. Rougcau of Dallas, Texas: one daughter. Mrs. J. W. Bailee of Corpus Christi. Texas: one sister. Mrs. Ida Edwards of Kurthwood: one brother. Sam (;...,.. ..' 'Vaskom. Texas: one grandchild and one great-grandchild. MONROE STREET KINDER (Spl.) — Funeral services for Monroe Charlie Street. 43, of Kinder will be held at the. Peters funeral home in Monroe Tuesday. The time is to be announced. Burhl will be in the Halsey cemetery at West Monroe. Mr. Strerl died at 5:30 a.m. Sundi.y in n Kinder hospital following an illness of seven weeks. The body was to be at the Ardoin funeral home in Kinder until 8 a.m. t'\lay when it was to be taken to ('•(> Peters funeral home in Monroe. Mr. Street, a unlive of Eros, moved to Kinrl r r ve years ago from \Yest Monri. !'e was compressor supefhlemh nt at the Tennesse? Gas olnnt in Kinder. He was a member of tl: '"'cniere Baptist church in Monri,. Survivors are his wife. M r s. Carrie S. Street of Kinder; one son, Charles R. Street of K i n- dcr; two daughters. Ruth and Janice Street, both of Kinder. His parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Street of West Monroe: four brothers, E. J. Street of Crowville. Beard D. Street and James 0. Street, both of West Monroe, and Tommy E. Strep' of McC o m b, Miss.: and one sister, Mrs. Evelyn Lowery of West Monroe, State Mishaps Take 13 Lives Over Weekend Weekend accidents in Louisiana took 13 lives, including It in traf-1 fie, one drowning and one elec-l trocution. i A two-car head-on collision Sun- \ day near Alexandria killed three persons and seriously Injured four. Killed were Jasper Herrion Jr., 30. and Leonard Shotlaw. 30, both i Alexandria Negroes, and Jimmie I Hopkins. 20. of Pineville. j An auto overturned Sunday near j Natchitoches, killing Albert Bish- 1 op. 57. of St. Maurice. A pickup truck and a car collided Sunday near Lafayette, kill- i ing Obey Dugas, 53, and his wife,' 44. of Carencro. A two-car collision Saturday in New Orleans killed two men in ! one of the cars. They were Jerry M. Lane, 19, of Panama City, Fla.. and Roger R. Smythe, 21. of Wayne. N.J. ! Adolph Duplcss. 15. of New Or-' leans drowned Saturday in a pri- i vale swimming pool near New! Orleans. Billy Vaughn, 14, of Bogalusa j died in a Bogalusa hospital Sun-1 I day of injuries received in a I ' swimming accident the day bc- j fore at nearby Midville, Miss. i Companions said he dived into a i gravel pit and struck a piece of i junked pipe in the water. He \ seemed all right at first, but col- j lapsed some hours later, then died of internal injuries, i Willie B. Connors, 25, Franklin j Negro, was electrocuted Saturday I night near Franklin after his car j smashed into a power pole and i he stepped on the power while j helping the passengers out of the i vehicle. The body of Joseph Berdin, 37, of Grand Bois was found on the ; highway near Houma Saturday. The Lafourche Parish sheriff said Berdin apparently was killed by a hit-run motorist. A traffic accident Saturday at Baton Rouge fatally injured Cassity Bordeaux, 59, of Utica, Miss. The body of Louis Barrousse, 61, of Metairie was found on the shoulder of a highway in Jefferson Parish west of New Orleans ; Friday night. Jefferson authorities ; said he apparently was a hit-run victim. i>. n. MCCORQUODALE ... to he hnnorcd McCorquodale To Be Honored Tuesday Night L. D. McCorquodale, Lake Charles district highway engineer for the state department of highways, will be recognized at a dinner in Baton Rouge Tuesday night for his 30 years 'of meritorious service with the department. Highway Director Ray W. Burgess is scheduled to present McCorquodale with a citation and service pin during the dinner at the Oak Manor Motel. Thirty other 25, 30 and 35 year i awards will be presented to high- i way department employes fr o m I other parts of the state. The total i years of service of all those receiving service pins is 875 man years. | "Achievement Day" ceremonies • have been scheduled in each of J the highway department's nine districts over the past month with Director Burgess making every presentation. Employes rec e i v e certificates, pins and citations for various achievements shuch as length of service, outstanding i service, safety and training. j All employes who have served '• the department for 25, 30 and 35 j years are being honored at the I I special ceremonies in Baton' Rouge. McCorquodale is a resident of 3731 Ohio street in Lake Charles. Printer Nabbed S&^^W 1 With $118,240 In Bogus Bills PECOS (AP) — Secret Service agents seized $118.240 in bogus bills Sunday and jailed a third suspect in operations attributed to a counterfeiting ring in t h e South. Officers said boxes crammed with the money were hidden in the car of Joseph Allan Jr., 42, a Miami, Fla., printer nabbed at Midland. Federal agents and police joined in making the other arrests Saturday in Dayton, Ohio. Authorities there said the two prisoners, L. S. Ellison and William Langdon of Hamilton, Ohio, admitted passing the bills in several Ohio cities. Allan told officers he had not passed any of the money. Midland Police Chief Harold Wallace said Alan complained he was due $180,000 in counterfiet currency but was shortchanged by his confederates. U. S. Commissioner R. L. Tole, before whom Allan appeared in Pecos. set bond at $20,000 on charges of possessing counterfeit money and conspiring to defraud the government. In Dayton, Ellison and Langdon were held under $2,000 bonds on charges of possessing and passing counterfeit bills. Secret Service agent Gerard McCann in Cincinnati said the two, found carrying about $12,000 in bogus $10 and $20 notes, were members of a gang with a printing plant and headquarters somewhere in the South. Secret Service agents said they trailed Allan several days en- route from Miami across Louisiana to Abilen and Midland, his former home. To* Cut Policy WASHINGTON (AP) - Sen. Allen Eflender, D-La., says a tax cut may be in order tinder certain conditions, btrt "frankly T, and the rest of the ootmtry, wifl have to wait and see." He said Saturday if tax loopholes could be closed as recommended by the President and other savings could be effected, and "if the budget can be balanced with a little something left over to apply toward our astronomical national debt," then it may be time for a tax exit. In a talk broadcast in Louisiana, Ellender said many of the programs proposed by the administration "are unnecessary and unwarranted and » . . carry a high price tag." | The present-day Seneca popula- ilion numbers about 4,200 Indians, Worry of I FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? Don't b« embarrassed by loose falsa teeth slipping, dropping or wobbling when you eat, talk orlaugh. Just sprinkle a little FASTEETH on your plates. This pleasant powder gives a remarkable sense of added comfort and security by holding plates more flrmly. No gutnmy. gooey, pasty taste or feeling. It's alkaline (non-acid). Get FASTEETH at any drug counter. WHAT KIND OF MAN for Louisiana Supreme Court? A MAN LIKE THIS! JUDGE JAMES N. LEE FOR STATE SUPREME COURT JUSTICE He is a man dedicated to the law, a man of honor and Integrity, a judge with the vigor to serve. September 1 Elect No. 20 Sled A Man Who Can Servo Tb« Full 14 Y«ar Terml (Paid Pel. Ad) State's Rice Yield Shows '62 Increase ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) Rice production in Louisiana is expected to be 10 per cent over last year's yield, but seven per cent below the record 1954 crop The Louisiana Crop Reporting Service said Sunday that, judging from prospects Aug. 1, the 1962 crop will be the second largest in history. The state's 1962 rice yield was forecast as 9,167,000 barrels. Generally, the Cotmtfy's rice production this year is expected to be 16 per cent over 1961 and 21 per cent over the 10-year average. The estimate is 62.2 million bags, an increase of 16 per cent over 1961 and 21 per cent over the 10-year average. LEGAl NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT Th» Beard of Cammittfemers of the First Sewerage District Loke Cherles, Loolsiano, will recelvs ofdk until 5:05. a.m. CST, Tuesday, AogoST it, tJSJ, of the office w ft* Ffffl sewwrag* DWrlet on West eicjMwrtth Strtet, tales Charts, Louisiana, for en* (D n«w r»l m.WV truck comptett as per Jpseffleoflons. . All bids must be suftnfftotf en FMr" Sewerage Dismcf b« forms, whiefi e*» be obtained at ftie office « 6. W. Jessa* and Associates, Room 18, Kaufman Bottoms, LOM Chortes, Louisiana. All bids shootd be marked en fiufside of envelope "Bid on ito ton truck for First Sewerage District." Official action thereon win be token not later than ten (10) days from receipt of bids. The First Sewerage District reserves LEGAL.NOTK8S •^SvfShnt,^! ° n ^ rafl »_ WALTER J.JJOOS, r Pfesidenf. First Sewtrflfls District • -' Lflkt Chorrts, Leotsiano. 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Its delicate fragrance soon disappear!, yet, the beneficial result is long-lasting because Esoterica worlc» under the skin. Blackheads — pimples* Completion Of Highway Is Due Soon s: CROWLEY (Spl.) — The 1 o n g-1 •"••awaited completion of the north- j ernraost stretch of . Highway 13 ; from Crowley to Eunice can be t expected within a few months, according to Ray Burgess, director «f the stato department of highways Burges> said the contract for connecting the city limits of Eunice \\ith the existing new pavement from Crowley will be let this fiscal year. While Burgess declined to give. any specific details, he said the approach to Eunice will be a four: 'Mane highway, and that the acquisition of nghts-of-way would : ;i>egin immediately. .' » Survejs of the route through *J£unice H<e!f are reportedly now .fjunderuay. Sources in Eunice **peci l! a«cd i h a l the approach f would be along Aymond street, 4 «|;ivhicn has bwi objected to until '•"fvrfji \\as revealed the route would be four lanes. Widening of t h e '• route will probably require the! acquisition of land on both sides of the street, plus the removal of! a number of homes. ! State Route 13. for many years; in a run-down condition," \v a s completed from Crowley north- ! ward to within a few miles of the • | Eunice city limits then stopped.! I Later a bridge was built over' | Bayou Mallet and a strip of high- was was cumpleted to connect the bridge with tlw new pavement, i Blaze Damages Organs Church NKW UKLKAN5 iAp) - Fire of u.'idetenntned origin in the roof i*f a Uuw-Sftury .Negro church foiced 8Ul) worshippers oul and an estimated $50.000 dam- , Sunday. There were no m- j Member FDIC Notional Bank of Lake Charles Whatever your banking needs . . . 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