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Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Wednesday, August 22, 1962
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Wf5., AUGUST 22, 1962, Lake Chorfes Americon Press ?' er * to hf> , llpW at !1 a m MayiWonsley insurance agency In Lake' OBITUARIES - MRS. ELLEN COX SWEETLAKE rspii - Funeral strvire* for Mrs. Ellen Orn He- hert Cox. 94. will hp held at in am Thursday in the North chapel of Hixson funeral home in Lake Charles. Burial will he in the Ha y e s cemetery. Mrs. Cox died at .V20 p.m. Tuesday at her home in Sweet- lake. A native of Hayes, she had lived in Sweetlake for the past 44 years. She had made her home with (he R: 0. Hackett family for five years and resided with the A. B. Goodman family for the last nine years She had been a member of the Rweetlakc Methodist church for 7d years and was active until about two years ago when s h o was injured in a fall. She had bren blind for the. past 14 years. She was married In the late Thomas Cox in Lake Charles on March 6. 1R3P. Survivors are three sons. R. C and C. C. Cox. both of Sweetlake. and T. J. Cox of Van. Texas: four dauehters. Mrs. E. E. Hoffpauir of Tyler. Texas. Mrs R. 0 Hackett and Mrs. A. R. Goodman, both of Sweetlake. and Mr?. W. R Cook of Houston. Texas. Three brothers. W. S. Hebcrt of Lake Charlrs. Isaac Hebcrt ot Grand Lake and Eraste Heherl of Sweetlake; four sisters. Mrs. Carlton B. .tones of Mineola. Texas. Mrs. Rene Stine of Lake Charles, Mrs. Hettie Willrick of Houston and Mrs. Inez McEwpn of Alvin. Texas: Ifi grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren. MRS. CORA HALFORD DERIDDER 'Spl.i - Funeral services for Mrs. Corn Black Halford. 8ii. o! DeRidder will he hcd Thursday afternoon at the Providence Baptist church at Meadville. Miss. Rev. R. T. Bishop and Rev. Allen Davis will officiate. | Burial will he in the church • cemetery. Franklin Service funeral home of Meadville will he in eharse. The bodv is now at the in the youth chapel of Hixson fit- Charles jfteralI homo. Rev. E. H Phillips,; she held membership in the assistant pastor of the First Pres-| church of the immaculate Con- hyteriari church, wasto officiate. I ccptjon. the catholic Daughters Burial was to he in the Grace • • • land cemetery. ftn d the Woodmen Circle. i Hixson funeral home in DeRid- der. Mrs Halford died at 7:05 p.m. Tuesday at the Reaurepard Memorial Baptist hospital. She had been living with her daughter. Mrs. dandle Whittingtnn. in De- Ridder. Survivors include three sons, Jesse, Bill and Frank Halford. all of Meadville. Miss.: four daughter*. Mrs. Corine Cummlngs of Meadville. Mrs. Hattie Mitchell of Rocksie. Miss.. Mrs. Dolie Donavan of \ew Orleans and Mrs, Claudie Whitfington of DeRidder: 22 grandchildren and 21 great- grandchildren. at 'am. Tuesday. Mr. Merchant was a native of Carthage. Miss., and had lived in Lake Charlrs for 3.1 years. He was a member of Trinity Baptist church. MRS. RICHARD JENNINGS (Spl.t - Funeral and six of L ; and io Closed Due to Race Problems ews. Freed Prisoner Of Laotian Reds Resting at Home MEMPHIS. Tenn. (AP)-When will not open here this fall because of a race controversy. The Roard of Education made the decision Tuesday night in a : unanimous vote after weeks of bitter dispute over how the > school's population should be di- , vided among Negro and white ' students. i ! Central had been scheduled to; U A^tillill VI O > WIJ-'I, ' "— ' I* UIIC1 ai *-»*-*i-n » iivp, K v-ini, » ri* i - 11 u*j*i services for Mrs. Leontinp Dalgle ! Edward R. Shore Jr.. came home Central had been scheduled to Richard. 74. lifelong resident of, after more than a year as a pris-i°P en Sc P 1 ' 5 with a fi ° per cent EvanRcllne, will be held todav at i oner of pro-Communist forces in ! Negro population— a figure some ». • 4 — .4* i. it *L.M* LA f^.^.L-1 ,*,*. a^. _ _ »., ___ 1 1_ nt>(||^c tArmAft *'^A fd/^tn »*<«•* A** is , 4.30 p.m. in St. Joseph's Catholic (Laos, h« feasted on mom's cook- critics termed "de facto segrega " THOLAN LANDRY LAKE ARTHUR <Sp!.> - Tho- Ian Landry. 71. retired fanner, died at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Jennings American Legion hospital. The body will remain at a son's home. Eli Landry. in Lake Arthur until final rites sometime Thursday. Services will he in Our Lady of the Lake Catholic church with Rev. F. H. G ou ax officiating. Burial will he in the Andrus Cove cemetery under (he direction of the Miguez funeral home of Lake Arthur. Mr. Landry was horn in Lake Arthur and lived there his entire life. Survivors include his wife. Mrs. Edolia Con-er Landry of Lake Arthur: six sons, Isaac Landry of Andrus Cove. Ira and Eli Landry. both of Lake Arthur. Omar and Adlar Landry. both of Corpus Christi. Tex., and Eugene Landry of Houston. Tex.: three daughters, Mrs. Archille LeJeune ot Andrus Cove. Mrs. Dcllon Barry of Corpus Christi. and Mrs. Forrester Hanks of Lake Charles; one brother. Charles Landry of Andrus Cove: one sister. Sirs. Oda Conner of Lake Arthur: 3fi grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. 0. S. MERCHANT Funeral services for 0. S. Merchant, 84, retired employe of the V. S. Conservation department, Negro groups, including the Na- . .. . church at Tee Mamou, near Evan- 1 In* and took a long nap. geline. Rev. Harry Van Tlel will \ It was a joyous homecoming officiate at the Requiem Mass. ! Tuesday for the lanky Tennessee tional Association for the Ad- Burial will be in the Tee Mamou farm bov wh ° spent 15 months | vancement of Colored People, cemetery. |in a thatched hut prison. maintain the school's racial The body will remain at the ! Shore, who celebrated his 30th ; makeup should consist of more Segura funeral home in Jennings birthday In the prison, was cap- ! whiles and fewer Negroes. until time of services. 'tured by Pathet Lao guerrillas i Mrs. Richard died Tuesday at' Mf| y 18 > lfl81 wlien his helicopter i Q . * .. -, 4 p.m. in her home following a was forced down behind Red lines ! KOlQllOfl Ot U.b. lengthy illness. i by mechanical failure. He was re- 'ft «i J Survivors include her husband. Ieaserf Friday. I 110110(10 Elroy Richard of Sulphur' one ! After fl three-week rest Shore son. Norris Richard of Evange- wil1 «° lo Washington to discuss line: two brothers. Dulva Daiglei hls fulure with Air America, the ' - /*> . ! V36t$ . of Jennings and Leonard firm for ' which he was T u ailn ^ , Am Thala " d fAP) ~ Mrs. Eutlia Daiglp nf Jennings; six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. esa Six More Soldiers TERESA STEWART VIENTIANE, Laos (AP> -.- « —,.,,». ... c ..a»«,,,-uuui lu Funeral services for Miss Ter-' Right-wing Gen. Phoumi Nosovan j 1st. Battle Group, 27th Infantry, ~ Marv Stewart 74 will be • released today six shabbily i about 115 miles northeast of Bang » » * *•* ^* i _t _ * * > i . * *. i >.. „ t ... i. i .•_(* « .. * . • In U.S. Thailand is under spokesman said to Ex-Deputy Robs Bank Of $22,121 INVERNESS, Fla. fAP) - A former deputy sheriff robbed the Bank of Inverness of 122.121 at gunpoint but was arrested only 47 minutes later. The money was recovered. Clinton Warren Taylor, 48, of Winter Haven was jailed on a bank robbery charge. Taylor had served as chief deputy sheriff in adjoining Sumter County. During the holdup Tuesday, the bank's drive-in window teller told customers outside that the bank was being robbed. When the gunman drove away, they gave police the car's license number, He was seized by a state trooper in the nearby town of Coleman. way, day. He said an advance parly of 150 I officers and men of the 1st Battle j Group, 35th Infantry, had arrived ; at the camp of the Hawaii-bound SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ARRANGED BY PHONE Arrange your loan by phone. iMck up the cash at your convenience No co-si»ners. Same da? service. «-M«n»h plan 74-Monm Plan Vou pji MO. pjjt. v«u Otl M«. Pmt. i MM - i 5.00 »1 155.00 - $<} 00 of the V.«-'»* 1'lfai V *JlC»»ttl I (I Will DE *•• — »••*»**• vwwi^^J Utf\ OlIKlUh/tl J i «•-»*, -•«• ••(•*«,») >li.'« VllVUk?! held at 9:50 a.m. Thursday at her' dressed Viet ^ Ilnh soldiers from kok. A similar-size unit _ home on 425 East street. A Re-, communist North Viet Nam cap- 27th—the Wolfhounds—has left for its home base in Hawaii. . quicm High Mass will be held at lut ' cd d" 1 " 1 "? the Laotian civil war. 9:30 p.m. Thursday at the Church! Phouml released the prisoners ' with the ,, 1 f 1 £ fll al1 forci 8 ne " captured during ; ' hc , ? fr wou ^ be frecd ^ ,' ocla > r i B . utu ! nfor , med sou , rccs s«' d the ! r '8nttst leader also wanted to P roVe lhal Viet Minh of the Immaculate Conception ' in accordance with the Geneva Burial will be in the Catholic J ?, cc , or< J 1 f ° n 1Laos whi ? »P» ciflcd cemetery in Welsh under the di rcc-lion of the Burke-Hammer fu ncrai home of Lake Charles Th , „ , -ii u r> -j . niph. ', 7?n .".K r ary M flld , ° °P s a nighl at 7.30 at the Catholic becn [ig hting alongside the pro- Church of the Immaculate Con- ; communBJst P8athel £ a o forces ception. j __ .. Miss Stewart died at 11:30 a.m. | Tuesday at St. Patrick's hospital following a long illness. 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