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2 THURS., AUGUST 23,1962, Lake Chorles Awericon Press Bride Watches OBITUARIES i As Husband Is Slain in Fight MISS EVELYN ADD1SON I. E. TAYLOR BUSINESS MARKETS <AFt — A young Funeral services for Miss Kvc-j DEQVINCY 'Spl.' - Funeral lyn A<Mi«m. 37. of I*ke Charles.' scrviros for Elks Elbert Taylor. wm > tn he held at 4 p.m. tndav 88. \vpre to he held at 2 p.m. to- j al the Burke-Hammer funerary al the Bethel Baptist church; man married only three weeks tonne with Rev .Tohn E Murdock !«'«*» Rev. Rilcy Green official- was stabbed to death as his hor- pa<tnr nf Calrnsieu Tabernacle. ; Inp. Burial «a ? to he in the Can- ; mr,<tricken bride watched today of final in" Burial was to be in "on cemetery in charge of the >n the aftermath of a drag race. Grace-land cemeterv. Snider funeral home. Dead is Frederick Aubrey Mr. Taylor died at fi p m. Stringer, 21. formerly of Jones- Miss Addison died Wednesday \\>dnefday in Jennings at t h e hnro - La afternoon in a Lafayette hospital | 1nrnp O f '| ljs snn p ^j Taylor. Two men were arrested about He had been a resident of "t h e ; twn h ° l »"s later. Being questioned Merr-ville area most of his life, i in connection with the slaying M d Mrs Louis \ddison- He was a retired blacksmith and j were James N. Matthews. 25. and three sisters Mrs. James A. Wal'-i" member of the Green Oaks Bap-i Sidney R. Clayton. 34. ker of Lake Charles. ?»Irs. T. L. Fewell of Broussard. and Mrs. C. mpll( after a kwg illness. Sin\ivors include her parents, STOCK MARKET Big Gains Are Scored In Trading STOCK AVERAGES CompllM By The Associated Prett , ,„.;„,, Prev. doy ....... 320.5 105.8 1288 S2S 1 ! P nlnlf; - i ooo nhares, then tapered off to j in the second hour. ! The auto shares kept generally j ahead. Ford, GM and American i Motors adding fractions while (Chrysler dipped. Steels were nar- i rowly higher on balance. ! IBM, having scaled the resistance level of 400 in its price chart Wednesday, shrugged off an antitrust suit and added 5 or more former Head Of Allen Fair Dies in Elton KENTUCKY HAS Area Forests OLDBTTOWN Hard Hit by Newest Fires . . . VVW* ago ....... 315.0 NM.O 124.1 ?2M < Month flafl ...... 303.3 103 » 12!.? 215.71 Y«or opo ....... 367.1 1251 U3.J Z53 6 By KD MORSE AP Business News Writer DOW ELTON (Spl.) - Funeral serv-i ices for Henry Buller, 87, ofj Route 2, Elton, will be held at 9 a.m. Friday at St. Paul's Catholic church with Rev. William Frantzen, pastor, officiating. Burial will be in the Elton Catholic cemetery in charge of the Ardoin funeral home of Kinder. Mr. Buller died at 2:15 a.m. to- HARRODSBURG. Ky. <AP> —Harrodsburg, the oldest town in Kentucky and the first permanent white settlement west of the Alleghcnies, was founded .Tune 16, 1774. Bogus Money Circulated in New Orleans BATON ROUGE (AP> - State Forester James E. Mixon said Wednesday a surge of forest fires at 4fi spots burned 850 p.m. and ! midnight Tuesday. : 'Our field foresters are expert- ing \\ildfiK: to erupt on all fronts at any moment," Mixon said. Mixon said Vernon and Beaurp- ; gard parishes had the worst of '•• tliR onslaught Tuesday night. "Almost 50 per cent, of the to- Inl fires occurred and over over M per cent of the total acreage hlirnrd in the tvvo P B. 'Seapraves of Hammond. ELI ANDRUS NEW YORK (AP) - Heavier ^.£S^™ ^ "•'*"<»• M «-"«*« ploye. died at 2.50 a.m Stringer's i they were driving home from a Survivors include his wife. Mrs. .party shortly after midnight when Effie Taylor of Jennings; three! a compact-sized car pulled along-, trading accompanied a resump-j sons, F. M. Taylor of Jennings. • s 'de and two men in the car dial-j tion of the stock market rally to-j Jack Taylor of Ncderland and 1 longed her husband to a drag race day with some large gains early • Ellis Taylor Jr.. of Houston: °" Airline Drive. ' this afternoon. ; agreed, she said, and The Associated Press average . cry-i beat the other car in the race. J 0 f eo stocks at noon was up 1.0 j NEW ORLEANS <AP>-A Baton ouge man was held under $5,onn . day in a Kinder hospital after a bond today after he. was charged he said. \. e. Edwards ami sons, | ong ji| negs He wfls fl ] ifelong j wjlh passin g a hoglls bjjj. and a! Vernon Parish had four fires Fourth Hour A H ver"«s AY ; residenl of lhe Elton area, a J U.S. Secret Service agent said dial swept 520 acres. industrials .'....6)8 fti w 314 i member of St. Paul's Catholic there has been widespread drcu- Beauregard Parish reported 17 uffiiiiM '••:::::::::::":::::!Ii87 Up ;^ cnurch - and » retired farmer and lation of counterfeit $20 hills hero ! Hrrs. Mixnn said, which burned Fourth Hour stocks: cattleman. ! and in Baton Rouge. 211 acres. . Mr. Buller was an honorary! Arrested was Armand Wilfred Running behind the two "hot- American con 4V* | president of the Allen Parish Fair Watson, 34. lest" areas, Mixon said, was Clai- 43^ < Association. He had served as its John ' Rice, special agent in norne Parish with one fire that Jri! first . president when it was or- charge of the New Orleans office consumed 82 acres of timberland. day in a Marrero hospital. Sll^^!^ ^!?,7E ?f ^^^^ Frazier of DeQumcy: 19 grand- three other cars driven by friends! up .5. an( j utilities up .7. _1_:1J _i « A _ • . i i • t .- .1 iAl~ it _iit__ ....I.. ' * The body will remain at the Mi- children and 12 grcat-grandchil- who gucz funeral home here until final rites Friday morning from our Lady of (he Lake Catholic church. Rev. Henry Pelous. pastor, will officiate. Burial will be in St Anthony cemetery. Wit ^ Cm o^!_ pa1 ^ ! Among the general run of key I stocks gains ran from fractions to around a point but there were or 4 points among ! they noticed the car her husband FREDDIE VERDINE !llacj t ' ratcn was swerving in and srtPin-n mnM v M - iout . nftra ; fich , chindthem - Thefcai ;iu;e' more widely moving issues. MLPHlR iSpl.' — Freddie sped past and swerved in front Verdine. 73. died at 6 a.m. to- of Stringer's car, forcing him to \_ti ie^> oervicD •>••).»...•• .* fly^a |i « .- | - - ~ — —..., r ,,..^...,_».., m.,,,, . continental on so^e also an honorary member of thej Watson admitted buvinc $900 in Eastern Airlines 1>'.< i Alton ratdamanV nr .o« n : n <:— It *™ u:it_ r " _ , Firestone Ford | Allen CatUemen's association. ! bogus $20 bills from a person he uenera, uy na m ,cs 2S ., Survivors include hiswifc, Mrs. | declined to identify. General Motors 535,; Louisa L. Buller of Elton: three Watson also admitted passing ripnrrnt Telnnhrtna ou_ i f»_. 1 » n •* ,. » ... . . I r» A native of Lake Arthur, he in a Houston hospital. The;the curb lived in Marrcro for the past sev- body is at the home of his sister, : Mrs. Stringer said her husband- •»»_T' »«••.-*., 11 ' The market's ability to complete the job of erasing all loss- since the "Black Monday" of .............................. 443 i Dynamics ...... .......... 25 General Telephone 2P W. R. Grace M 1 « Gu.: on Gulf Slates era! vears. « •— - - . •.— ....U..-.1. i-.i.-. «_• i i 11 i^,w i i~'iin.i »l\_ t llUOL'UIIVl.f _ ft . , , -j , | Mrs. Jim Hincr. in Slarks where and the two men got out of their | May ^ 8 brought m additional buy- friends in in Survivors include his wile, the services will be held at 2:30 p.m. cars and a scuffle ensued. ..-"">'• Adele Dupont of Marrcro; Frlda >' Wlt " Rcv ° L - O'Bryan. Meanwhile, Stringer's frie ns Edward. Alvin. Law- pastor of the Pentecostal church the other cars stopped and sev- ^n'd Frvin \ndrus all of of S!t "'ks. officiating. oral of them, including Robert Marrero- Ralph Andrus of At- Burial wil1 he ln lhr Miller NVagncr Taylor, 25. of Victoria, lanta Ga and Eli Andrus. Jr. of ™™?™y at Starks under the di- joined in the melee. rection of the Hixson funeral Both Stringer and Taylor were home of Sulphur. stabbed in the stomach by one > [ OSS( ; S or j Mr. Verdine was hovn in West of the men. ' i betokened Lake and lived in lhe Sulphur A passing motorist, took the • » m8 ' area for a number of years He wounded pair to Heights Hospital, L was a retired carpenter and a where Stringer was dead on ar-' Andrus of New Orleans: two ™m**r of the Pentecostal church rival at 1:05 a.m. brothers. Euclide Andrus of Lake ot S(arks Taylor was transferred to Jef- Arthur and Jules Andrus of Sul- ' Sur \' von ? m ' ]w]e nne fl * li eh'cr. ferson Davis Hospital, where he, ,. . phtir. two sisters. Mrs. August M / s - Martha J ™" Sensat of Sul- was said to be in "fair" condi- \ >'£„ f ***• ' . ~ l^MMI-.J-irmi-Tt-'-ii^rlrlm.nUtn.. "S T — ^ i 1 _.- I F II >I III 111! ing. brokers said. Analysts noted that the month of August has historically sons. Ocy and Allen Buller of Kin- 35-ajder and Asa Buller of Sulphur: powder'". .::'.'.::. .:::::::""' 4 ,i one daughter, Mrs. Odel Bertrand Copp f. r .. ::::::::::::::::::: i 7 !':' of Elton; one brother. Frank BUII- Trucks""'.!!!'.!!!!"!!!!.".!!" 38'4 !er of Elton; nine grandchildren e Arr,in Wesard ..:::::::::::::::!!?r:'and 22 great-grandchildren; two pan American" . ..................... "^ j stepsons, McKinsey Sonnicr of El'""'' ' about 42 of the bills in French Quarter bars and liquor stores, Rice said. He was specifically! ARRANGED BY PHONE charged with passing only one of j Arrange your loan by phone. SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 the bills. Pick up the cash at your con- . J - c - Penne v .•-•'••!"•••"!'.!"!•' «''« ! ton the best gains it they remarked past three years i s rallies have topped out in August. coia Zenis Soimier of Welsh; Plate Houston. Trxns. five daughters. Mrs. Roland Chapman of Galvcs- ton. Mrs J L. D e s s e 11 e of Opelousas, Mrs. \V. M McCraw of Crowley. Mrs. Edward Pearson nf Germany, and Miss Barbara . . , , Standard of California (\ growing number of small Texas, co. Roebuck Mobil .. Southern Pacific two step-daughters Mrs. Allen Rice said many counterfeit $20 j venlence ^ No co-slgmers. Same notes have been circulated in the j New Orleans and Baton Rouge | areas for the past few weeks, j 42'4 lor-«' i Putnam of Elton and Mrs. Ralph'] He said the hiiis'are poor coun- „,.„; Hayes of Welsh. terfcits. A comparison with a 75'> 58 . , un ° rtocks showinR no chane » " ' Telstar is the first of the space ; objects orbited so far which mil- genuine note would reveal defects in the portrait of President Jackson and an overall white appear- lions of people can use directly, ance, Rice added. ... 14-Month Plon M-M»nth Plan You (Jet Mo. Pmt. You Oet M». Pm». % MM - i S.M Jl 155.00 - MM t 413.90 - »4.M 11J4S.OO - ttt.OO t 7S1.Cn - MI.M 11355.00 - 574.09 J WOO - $31.00 Stm.M - I7I.90 $1007.03 - $5500 $150J.W J«.00 ^bovt payment! Include ALL chargit. DIAL FINANCE CO. Dial 433-9438 <1S RYAN ST. ,, , , Renwed demand also was re- Meanwhile there was little in flcctcd hy a jllmp of more than 5 [ e way of fresh news to (op j bv Crmvn Cork> a gain n[ aboul ! Wednesday's stimulating report 1 3 ' bv Du Pont, and advances of: l.'ll^-ll. ("V't^l^-tVll, 1-1II-. ••\«^,^<^'» . Guidry and Mrs Whitney Vincent P hur; . on ^ g'^nddaughter. Mrs. tion. of Lake Arthur: 23 grandchildren ^""gima Ann Amey; and Ins sis- Stringer attended high school in! •' " tcr - Jonesboro, but did not get hisi . | diploma until he entered the! ALCEE VERRETT i^'^T- He was discharged fromj the Navy about two years ago! LAKE ARTHUR <Spl.) — Fu-, and came to Houston where his .. couple of points apiece by Po- salrs |laroid and Zenith. Stimulated by an assortment of and seven great-grandchildren. DAY INFANT _. , First hour volume totaled nan,- new conlracts , space aRe stocks resumed their rise. Lockheed was up more than a point. Funeral services for the infant i UJ J VI C: I i*Vi>l^-tO 1WI L-11V. miu Jl I . . - i --vf*-«... fcw** "(1^-iV. 111O son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Day neral services for Alcce Verrett. mother resides and operates a f*l'U V'l i*H . CllIU i'il C. JTAtAiw t*j *ju T I»J Ttt * t . Jr. of Lake Charles were to have '*- ° f ^ Arthur were to be beauty shop. . . . t 1Gldat in lhe Catn °-' The parents are divorced and he church at Welsh with Rt. Rev., Stringer's father, Aubrey Strin- Msgr. Jules 0. Daigle. pastor. of-! gcr . has remarried and still lives was to be in Andrus Cove cemetery under direction of Hix-| son's funeral home of Welsh. i in Jonesboro. been held at 10 a.m. today at Hixson's funeral home. The Rev. Ernest Walker, pastor of Sale Street Baptist church, officiated. Burial was in Graceland cemetery. The baby died Wednesday afternoon in a local hospital. In addition to the parents, he is 3;Tyears.'He~dfed"Wednesday aft- survived by one brother. Donald • crnoon j n his home. Joseph Day. Lake Charles; grand-; Survivors include one daughter, parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus' Wrs . Clarence LcLenux of Lake Day Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. ; Arthur: one brother. Alex Vcrrctl. - _, ..„, „„.„. Fenner, all of Lake Charles: and of H ayes; and three sisters. Mrs.! es for Nathan Otis Dennv. 75. lo- i4?. LS ^5t H ,7« R i45«nn.7Uw/*eii.S ^nlimmg. on the shoulder of N. 0. Denny, Iowa Rice Farmer Dies IOWA (Spl.) - Funeral servic-j LIVESTOCK i •— " • " Ii " • • |1111 ' •-"Area Sales Results MdpleWOod Driver Hits Parked Car, Knocks Down Sign MICELLE'S COMMISSION YARD Wednesday, Aug. 2] CATTLE RECEIPTS: Large. 1,295 head sold. Three horses, two sheop. MARKET CONDITIONS - Trading Action: Moderately Acllve. Demand: Good. Prices: Steady. SOc to SI Lower. HOG RECEIPTS: sold. HOG MARKET CONDITIONS—Trading Action: Moderately Active. Demand: Fair. Prices: Steady. Calves SLAUGHTER: Good to choice 24-2i.50, standard 21-23, utility 18-21. STOCKERS: Good to choice (250 Ibs. up) 28-30.50. common and medium (250 Ibs. up) 23-28, good light (250 Ibs. down) 25-33 steerj ond Heifers (Sweeney was traveling east on SLAUGHTER: Good to choice 23-25, i p-L. rnnr i u ,i, on <-ho 1fift t h n standard 21-23, utility 18-21. ! ' al lstl I0aa wnen sne lel1 lnc STOCKER STEERS: Good 2324, com- i roac ] j n f ron (, 0 [ fiQ3 West Parish mon and medium 18-23, \ . , , , , , -. STOCKER HEIFERS: Good 21-23, com-1 road and knocked down a mail mon and medium 16-20. j !,„.. Cows DOX ' Stale police today filed charg- M3 head C s of reckless driving against Verna M. Sweeney, 31, of 520 South Lebanon in Maplewood. Troopers said she had knocked clown a mail box and stop sign and hit a parked car. Police reports showed that Mrs. great-grandmother. Mrs. Reux of Lake Charles. • Iane J. D. LeDoux. Mrs. Adrian Co-i cal farmer, will be held at 2:30 ' meaux and Mrs. Ned LeDoux, all P-m. Friday at his son's residence NATHAN OTIS DENNY 'See Story This Page) MRS. RUTH MARSHALL of Haves Funeral services for Mrs. Ruth Marshall. fi5. of 217 West College, will be held at 11 am. Friday at Our Lady Queen of Heaven Catholic church with Msgr. Irvine A. DrBlanc officiating. Youth-Led Revival Set In West Lake in Iowa. Burial will be in Grcen- 1 wood cemetery in Jennings in 1 • charge of the Hixson funeral j home of Lake Charles. j Masonic graveside rites will be' rendered. i Mr. Denny had lived in the Iowa area for the past 45 years. iHe died at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday to 8. STOCKERS: Good medium 14-16. Good 145 ' lnferior 95 " 120 the road, according to the reports, """ ono jslie hit a parked car, tearing a mion 125-1 f enc ^ er °^ anc ^ damaging the, gas j tank. Fifty yards farther down commercial 16-17," utility M-i«, cutter j the shoulder, she knocked over a 12 -' 4 - Hogs ; slop sign, troopers said. choice barrows and ants (180 to m j She then went home and sent Ibs.) ' (140 Bulls in a Vidor. Texas hospital. A well-known farmer, Mr. Den- \\LST LAKE i Spl.) - Plans ny has served as president of the for a \\eck-cnd youth-led revival; American Rice Growers Associa- Bun;jl will be in Pricn Memori-; a t Westwood Baptist church have tion - dncl was on ce a director of al Park remclerj- in charge- of been announccd , R c s Tri-State Rice Growers. He was a the Hixson funeral home. A ros- • - memlx-r of the Methodist church, sary will bo recited at 8:45 p.m.'' Jleis ' P aslor - I Masonic Lodge No. 455 of Iowa! today at the funeral home. Hcv ' Dt-rvis C. Tippen, a Fort R 0 ya Arch Masons and the Or- Worth, Texas, evangelist, w i 11; der of Eastern Star. Born in Macon, Ga Mrs. Mar- ; prca ch in four services scheduled , Survivors include one son. C. H. shall lived in Lake Charles for, at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Salur-l Denny of Iowa; one sister Mrs the past 45 years. She died at < day and at 10:40 a.m. and 6:301 Bertha Hoae o f Big Sir Calif- 5 20 am. today in a local hospi-' p.m.. Sunday, August 26. and one brother. Theodore Denny Mr. Tippen attends Southwest- of Pomona, Calif. 16-20, common ond medium 14-16, woods hogs 8-11. car had blinded her. tal. Survivors include two sons, C rn Baptist Theological seminary. Fred Marshall of Lake Charles'lie is a graduate of Northeast A .• . • I/Ml J and Rush Marshall of M a p 1 e-i Louisiana college at Monroe. He^mSt IS 1x11160 wood; one sister Mrs. Ward Buck- has been a Baptist student un- ner of New Smyra Beach. Fla., ion evangelist in Louisiana. Revival music will be directed :tu\;i,°rrvr h ^T!r' Ji " ia L Th °r°"- a wcsi Monroe commercial artist, w a s killed Wednesday when her car and eight grandchildren. ALBERT HILLIARD In Auto Mishap FARMERVILLE. La. fAP) - Cain as accompanists. Mr. Miers said that Eddie Ste- Funeral services for Albert Hi-; phens is servjng as lh , ; j«..«i i hard p. of Lake Charles. w,ll Committee cha ^ rmen ' inc ! lude '"™^d. be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St Madeline Chisholm. visitation; Henrys Catholic church. Burial. Trudy Ilancocki praver . Thomas will be in Graceland cemetery in Woo d e li. p u b 1 i c i" t y; Connie charge of the Hixson funeral George entertainment; Freda " ome Walker, music; and Rodger A former member of the Lake phelps, usher. Charles city police force. Mr. Hil- Young pe6ple ot the church will hard lived here for the past 28 se rve as teachers in the adult de- years. He died at 10 25 p.m. partments Sunday in connection Wednesday at a local hospital. A w jt.h the youth-led revival. rosary will be recited at 8 p m. . today in the Hixson funeral home failed to take a curve and over- i i • 11 tit, Macmillan Halts Survivors include his wife, the A/nrritinn former Ruth Gremillion; two'"QCUllUn daughters, Mrs. Ruth Lohrman ol f nn f^L n f rt Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Dorothy V "* U!1 ^^ lu Richey of Beaumont. Texas; one '. son 'H D Milliard of Lake Charles,' one sister. Mrs. C. A • ""oldMacmillan interrupted his Fetters™ of Monroe; and H ^Jshire shying ho ,day and attended a Cabinet meeting Wednes- mUM I r\'B AMIAKI ^ a >' on Berlin and other interna- JUMfN L. U 0ANIUN licnal jssues LEESV1LLE iSpl.) - Funeral The ministers absembled in Lon- services for John Loper O'Banion, j don from vacation retreats. A full 75, were to be held at 10 a.m. to-! turnout of ministers is unusual in day in the Hixson funeral home i August—the government's vaca- chapel. iion month Mr. O'Banion a retired iner- chant and member of the Baptist church, died at 11 Wednesday ui a Rosepine rest home. Cuba Said Getting Secret """ MEXICO CITY 'Api— Cuba is receiving rlandcsline shipments Rev George Warner will otfi . ciate at the last rites and burial will be in the Self cemetery. Survivors are one son, .) L. of food sunn- from the United O'Bamon of Leesville. two brotlt- Slates, Uirou^h Mexican ports an erb. Lonnie O'Banion of Houston, organi/alion of anti-Castro Cub- Texas, and Major O'B a n i o ri of • ans sa id lo d a y. The association Klaruath Kails. Ore.; one sister, said the shipments are made Mrs. Pauline Mel n n i s of Lees- j through Tampico, Veracruz and and four jgraodctojdren. 'other DUGGAN SAYS: JUST ARRIVED Fresh Garden & Flower Seed for Fall. We have extra nice clustered Ivy in 3" pots and they are extra nice. CONTAINER GROWN Bottle Brush, Plumbago In Bud and Bloom, Rose de Montana Vine, Hibiscus in many colors and ever popular Ficus Elastica. Here you'll find wonderful planted Planters for Office, Home or Business. We also plant your own planter container with your favorite Greenery. We are your head, quarters for Weed Killer, Insecticides, Chinch Bug Killer, Rose Dust. Coine out and browse, your DUGQAN'S GREENHOUSE AND NURSERY HUT. 171 N. UK 6-21)32 THIS MONTH'S SPECIAL! MODEL NUR 515 ADMIRAL UPSIDE-DOWN DUAL TEMP SELF DEFROST REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER 14.3 net cu. ft. capacity. No-defrosting refrigerator and 138 lb. sub-zero freezer. Swing-out basket. 3'/z shelves (2 glide-out). Twin porcelain crispers, 2 "pantry door" shelves; 2 in Freezer. Butter, cheese and egg storage. Built-in design. 66 3/16" h., 32" \v., 25-V d. EASY TERMS W/T ADMIRAL 11.1 CU. 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