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THimS , AUGUST 23, 1962, Loke Charles American Press '• Bride Watches OBITUARIES As Intruder Slays Husband MISS EVELYN ADDISON E. E. TAYLOR BUSINESS S? MARKETS Funeral services for Miss Kve- i DEQVINTY 'Spl-' 1 - Funeral -n Addi?on. ST. of Lake Charles, 'services for Ellos Elbert Taylor. STOCK MARKET v-ovr to ho held at •! p m. today were to ITT hrld at 2 p m. to- v at the Bethel Bapti? pas'. '••<: HOUSTON i APi — A young man married only three weeks was stabbed to death as his horror-stricken bride watched today in the aftermath of a drag race. Dead is Frederick Aubrey Stringer, 21, formerly of Jonesboro. Ln. Two men were arrested about C'a]r.isicu Tabernacle, in? Burial was to be in the Can- Burial was to be in i non cemetery in charpe of the Gracoland ccmrtm. Snider funeral home. M>s Add'snn died Wednesday Mr. Taylor died at fi p.m. siirTn«o:i in a Lafayette hospital Wednesday in Jennings at the ..r..,,. ., i onp illness' home of his son. F. M. Tavlor. . _ . , Survivn-s include" her parents.: He had been a resident of t h e i two holirs later ' Being questioned Mr. and Mrs. Louis Addison: ; Mcrryville area most of his life, three sisters, Mrs. James A. Wai- Hr was a retired blacksmith and kcr oi Lake Charles. Mrs T. L.; a member of the Green Oaks Bnp- C. fist church in the Franks settlement A i/to Shares Pace Advance In Trading STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Associated Prcst Eastman Kodak, each added a couple of points. Union Carbide and Allied Chemical about a point each. were up in Feweil of Broussard. and Mrs. B Seacraves of Hammond. connection with N. Sidney R. Clayton, 34. Stringer's wife, Louise, 18. said they were driving home from a «4 Stocks the slaying; prev. day 3i«.7 KM.S m.7 ' Week ogo 315.7 103.9 126.2 12U Month oqo 302 t 103.0 Ul 5 214.8 Year ago 370.8 125.7 133.6 2SS.S Survivor, inrludp his wife. Mrs. • P art - v sll()r(I >' aftel " midnight when EL! ANDRUS L-:f,e T.ivlor of .Icnninp?: three sons. K. ' M. Tavlor of Jennings, compact-sized car pulled along-1 ( . « , , , , < 10 Hn ^inmiitfiiv. iui Lv.dfc?i. wj vjv •- twomeninUiecarchal- !crnl Mo ' tors m , to shnres p ^ ced By ED MORSE AP Business News Writer NEW YORK (AP)-Responding Gen- Gains of nearly 2 by Ketr-McGee Oil and more than a point apiece by Amerada and General American Oil were accounted for by renewed rumors that stockholders would profit by merger or takeover deals, brokers said. IBM came within a fraction of the 400 level as it spurted about 7 points and Wall Street watched to see whether the stock could pierce that important line. Meanwhile. Martin-Marietta, the market pacemaker for four on Macmillan Halts Vacation So He Can Go to Meet LONDON (API-Prime Minister Harold Macmillan interrupted his Yorkshire shooting holiday and attended a Cabinet meeting Wednesday on Berlin and other international issues. The ministers assembled ifi London from vacation retreats. A full turnout of ministers is unusual in August—the government's vacation month. LAKE ARTHUR <Sr-l ' - Eli Andnis. 6?>. retired paper mil! em- ploye, dirrl at 2..V1 a.m Wednesday in a Marrero hospital. The body will remain at the Mi£•>.'€? funeral home here until fi- ri';'Z'P>' rial rites Friday morning from children our Lady of the Lake Catholic cinuTh. Rev. Henry Pelous. pastor, will officiate. Burial will kin S' Anthony cemetery. A native of Lake Arthur, lie had lived in Marrero for the past several vears. Tavinr of "Nederland a n d 'i !cn ? l?d , her lnisband to a dra S '' ace Ellis T;iylor Jr.. of Houston: on Airline Drive. three daughters. Mrs. Lnra Self ; , Slrin * cr a S reed - she 5aicl - anci of Lake Charles. Mrs. T. M. Cry-' heat the other car in the race - sel of Lake Charles. Mrs. Rilev Following behind Stringer were i vigorous s \ Wednesday was heavy. _. . T , , i The Associated Press average Stock *< xclian ^ of 60 stocks at noon was up .7 at • n»»v. \_ i tui IV,.-, j-j i o. ii.iiv.»;, . j. .— . in \I\J OIUV»C\0 Cl\, 11UUI1 %>Cli3 Ul* .1 ClU of PcQuiney; 19 prand-i th . rec other cars dnx-en by friends 224 4 with indllstrials up u . rails 12 creat-grandchil- ALCEE VERRETT were with them at the party. 2 and uUlities llnchanged . Suddenly Mrs. Stringer said! The ticker tape ran late Trad- hey noticed the car her husband j ^ was most ' active among thp had beaten was swerving in and: m * tors and chemica i s . S ome of out of traffic behind them. The car ! the ,. takcovcr » oil stocks also Russia Sets Off Fifth Atomic , AEC Says WASHINGTON (AP) - The Atomic Energy Commission has announced Russia's firing of a fifth nuclear test explosion in the arctic atmosphere. The AEC said the test was con! ducted Wednesday in the vicinity • of Novaya Zemlya island and was TOTVT^S in the low megaton range, mean" V-/11 l^O ing its explosive force was equiv- Three Hurt When Two Cars Collide Minor injuries were sustained by three persons Tuesday in an automobile accident at Ryan and I8th streets, according to Lake Charles city police. Mary Brown Martinez, 29, Mario Martinez, 4, and Pilar Martinez, 6, all of 412 West School street, were said to be slightly injured as a result of an accident at 6:05 p.m. yesterday. Police said the Martinez car KENTUCKY HAS OLDEST TOWN HARRODSBURG, Ky. (AP> —Harrodsburg, the oldest town in Kentucky and the first permanent white settlement west of the Alleghenies, was founded June 16, 1774. s P ace Prices advanced in moderately trading on the American Boot Breaks Up In Craft's Woke; One Man Killed DENISON (AP) - Ralph Hubenthal, 20, was killed and a companion, Ross Earl, 21, injured Wednesday night in a boating ac- LAKE ARTHUR iSpl.i — Fu-! sped past and swerved in front services for Alcee Verrett.i^f Stringer's car. forcing him to - 4 nf Lakp Arthur . , hc , Surv.vnis include h,s vufe. the held at 3 p.m. today in the Catho-' ]ic .. ln]rch a( former Adele Dupojit of Marrero: six sons. Edward, Ah in. Lawrence and Ervin Anrirus. all of M-i-rrro; Ralph Andnis of A'.- biV-i. Ga. and Eli Andnis. Jr. of Hmist'in. Texas: five, daughter?. Mis Roland Chapman of Galves- IHI. Mi- .1 L. DC ssrllr oi Opclous-is. Mrs. W. M. McCraw of' Crowley. Mrs. Edward Pearson crnoon in his home, of Germany, and Miss Barbara An.''!;us of New Orleans, tn~o brothers. Arthur and Jules Andrus of Sul- nf Hayes, and three sisters. Mrs. phur: two sisters. Mrs. Auaust J D LeDoux. Mrs. Adrian Co- Gnidry and Mrs. Whitney Vincent mcaux and Mrs. Ned LeDoux. all of Lake Arlhur: 23 grandchildren of 1!a . VG;; and seven great-grandchildren. ' Rt. Rev. j and the two men got Msgr. Jules 0. Daigle, pastor, of-'cars and a scuffle ensued. final in::. Meanwhile. Stringer's friends in' Burial was to be in Andrus Cove " 1C °" icr cars Bopped and sev-j cemetery under direction of Hi.x- C1 ' al of them, including Robert! soil's funeral home of Welsh. Wagner Taylor, 25, of Victoria, j -. nauve oi Lacassme. Mr. Vcr-' -'Tl in tile mclcc ' " rrlt had lived in Lake Arthur for Both Stringer and Taylor were i 33 years He died Wcdnesdav aft- st ; !h , bcd '" tlie stomach by one ' ol the men. equiV' . oi A. G. Edwordj «, sons, ': alent to that of one to several 107 Weber Bldg.) ml ,,, on tons of DOW JONES . (Wednesdoy) Fourth Hour Averogei: Industrials Mj.70 up 5.:>5 Rails 123.19 up .36 It was glad news to Wall Street utilities .. /-,». ii •• . ': Fourth Hour Stocks: ,, r . . ., , , , , that GM, already on its way to Ained chemicals . Mrs. Stringer said her Jiusband i an all time protit rccord (tlic Amcrkon Bakeries was proceeding south on Ryan! jd , Ufc when a car driven by Henry Alan | Kratzer, 23, of 4312 Auburn street, | Both Phoenix, Ariz., youths which was proceeding north on I were thrown into the water as Ryan, turned left in front of the! their high-speed boat hit the wake Martinez car. i of a cabin cruiser and broke in Damage to the Martinez car; ' ia '^was estimated by police at $300,! Earl was rescued. He and Hu- and at $225 to the Kratzer car. 1 benthal were visiting in Dallas Kratzer was ticketed for failure; and went to the lake Tuesday, to yield the right of way. were strong. .12082 up .29 Khrushchev Takes Off on Vacation nflhm,-!"" "" ^ rr ° fit ltxulu u " s i American „. 01 tneir ; vear _ saif ^ ^ exnects 1%3 to be American T&T Anaconda lU'i ... ^., .. nacona , 47' • every bit as good for the auto in-; Armour * company 4ivj Steels the were irregularly stocks throughout but, aside from chemicals, and oils there little group strength GM, although heavily traded, was up only a fraction but Chrys Boemo Aircraft .; Branlff lower. ; Cities Service I Continental OH 43'B Easlern Airlines was . . ( ._.. _ r _...,_..„_ ...... ----------Survivors include one daughter. ',,J r -j ,™ u • ', , „ /"fjler and Ford each spurted more . ,, -j , u • , , „ d«rrnce LoLcaus of Lake wn »ndc& paid to Heights Hospital, j than cach . American Mo- General Dynamics 25 3 4 General Motors 531, General Telephone 51'.4 W. R. Grace 34 Gulf Oil js'k Gull Stales MOSCOW (AP) - Premier Nikita Khrushchev again is on holiday in the Crimea, Moscow radio said Wednesday night. He talked si'"I with a delegation of Japanese J^j i businessmen and interrupted his to welcome the Soviet twins" to Moscow last Hercules Powder 36' \rv. \) i i r H n S Inu -•"-•• * "•'' <^ ^ i-v L^dki.A MI L.UI\»_ i ci j j i tucjii ct puna t-Ui.ii. .\iiiviiui Euciidc Anclrus of'l^ke Ar'.hur: one brother. Alex Verrclt i ^S e . lSl ""6 or was dcad on ar> i tors reached a 1963 hiph Kennecott Copper 7i» Lockheed space week. Hickman Named To Committees BATON ROUGE (Spl.) - John A. Hickman, Lake Charles member of the Louisiana State University Board of Supervisors, has been named to four board committees. Board Chairman Percy E. Roberts of Baton Rouge appointed Hickman to the Faculty and Studies committee. Oil and G a s committee, LSU in New Orleans committee and C o m m i 11 ec on Naming University Facilities. SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ARRANGED BY PHONE Arrange your loan by phone. Pick up the cash at .vour convenience No co-signers. Same day service. 24-Month Plan 24-Mnnlh Plan You Gel Mo. Pmt. You Gel Mo. Pmt. t 80.00 - t SM $1153.00 - SilM i - 124.00 11345.00 - M8.00 t 7M.M - $41.00 $1355 00 - $74.09 $ 93400 - $51.00 $1419.09 - $78.00 11007.03 - $5500 $1502.00 $82.00 Miove payment! Inelud* ALL ehargej. DIAL FINANCE CO. Dial 433-9426 m RYAN ST. rival at 1:05 a.m. Taylor was transferred to as A'.ack Trucks it ] Montgomery Ward 38 27'i HENRY BULLER 'See S'orv on Pase One 1 Progress At Hospital Told To Kswanians JENNINGS i Spl.) — All Amer- at ican Legion representative dc- i Stringer's father, Aubrey Slrin- tailed the progress on the Jon-? 01 '- llas remarried and still lives DAY INFANT Funeral services for the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Day Jr. of Lake Charles were to have been held at 10 a.m. today Hixson's funeral home. . , . Th? Rev Ernest Walker, pas- nin § s American U'gion hospital in; in Jonesboro. tor of Sale Street Baptist church. an address to the Jennings Ki- offiriated. Burial wat in Grace- wanis club Wednesday, land cemetery. T ' le speaker was Judge M. D. Tire baby died Wednesday aft- Mil!er Jr - of the 31sl district. He ernoon in a local hospital." : described advances made with In addition to the parents, he is lhe » os P ltal S1 "ce its opening De- survived by one brother, Donald: ccrnl ] er 13 - 1%n Joseph Day. Lake Charles- grand- Jud S c ' • VIlllcr said la&t X ear the parents. Mr. and Mrs Marcus: hc *l )ltal ' s mmibcr Clf patients in- Day Sr. and Mr. and Mrs H D crcascfl t« 2 - 5 °" from 1,088 the fei>on Davis Hospital _whcre he , ing a fraction and chan gi n g hands was said to be m "fair" coudi-! on a b i ock of 10 ,ooo shares. !"• . , , , , i Du Pont (ex dividend) and Stringer attended high school in! . .lonesboro, but did not. get his diploma until he entered the Navy. He was discharged from the Navy about two years ago and came to Houston where his mother resides and operates a beauty shop. The parents arc divorced and gained half a point or so. Stucle- < ofl nionMaaln ^ es ................... "J* g akcr continucd in dcmand . add . j s ° n Penney Cola . 42''« Glass Po'oroto ••<•>,.*.,.. •••i«»»i t!04 Scars Roebuck 733,4 Socony Mobil , 53 Southern Pacific 25 3 i Standard P! California 5751, Texas Company 53"; United Gas 34^4 U S. Steel u", \Voolworth , w, Zenith , 52'i N. 0, Denny, Iowa Rice Farmer Dies LIVESTOCK Area Sales Results COLTHARP'S, DERIDDER Tuesday/ Aug. 21 ' CATTLE RECEIPTS: Large. 604 head' sold. ; MARKET CONDITIONS—Trading Ac-! lion: Active. Demand: Good. Prices: Ful- | ly Steady. i HOG RECEIPTS: Moderate. 211 head! sold. . ! HOG MARKET CONDITIONS—Trading j Action: Active. Demand: Good. Prices: I Fully Steady. i Calves i SLAUGHTER: Good to choice 24-26, j A benefit baseball eamp nittina jtondord 22-«, utility 19-21. : , 1JUleuL oaseodu gdme pining STOCKERS: Good to choice (250 ibs. the "young against the "o 1 d" Benefit Baseball Game Scheduled By KC Council —--.i,-,.,, „(• ii,_ c» LT..U .»•members of the St. Hubert s up) 25-28, common and medium (250 Ibs. up) 20-24, good light (250 ibs. down) 28-35. Steers and Hellers I Kniohts Of Columbus Council SLAUGHTER: Good to choice 22.50-24, A " b" ls , OI , ^0'U m UUS Council standard 20-21, utility 19-20. i will be held Friday at the Marion Co5 m T ^n K ^d mId E ,u^ S i7.2, Go ° d 22 - 23 - M - 1 high school baseball diamond. STOCKER HEIFERS: Good 21-23. Com-! . mon and medium 17-20. i Chairman Weldoii Roberts an- Cows SLAUGHTER: commercial iM6, utui- i noiinced that the uniforms will IOWA (Spl.) — Funeral servic- , . , r *, .1 _. . j aLAUijM t tK: v-ommerciui ta-to^ unn- i .*W».»JX-V<M n*—^ i,*iv. %..... Fanner all of Lake Charles- and P revlous >' car - ancl patient days es tor Nathan Otis Denny, 75, lo- iy i3-u, cutter 12-13, canner 8-11.50, shells ; b e full length dresses, creat-gi-andmothcr. Mrs. Jane incrcased frora p -" f)n lo » om - ; cal farmer - w '» be held at 2:30 8 ITOCKERS: Good u-is, common and \ Mcmbers of the council held RPUX of Lake Charles. lfe /aid "nstrnction was fi-. j).m. Friday at his son's residence •"«"»«• ^ nd . Cal , Per . Palr : their annual social meetin g with nanced by S.-jO( from the fed- '» Iowa. Burial will be in Grcen-i — ---....- ,..,«,- & NATHAN OTIS DENNY pral g° vcnilllent in Hill-Burton; wood cemetery in Jennings in funds; $156,00 was raised in an' charge of the Hixson funeral Association of Commerce drive; • home of Lake Charles. 'See Storv This Page) Cow-ond-Calf-Per-Palr Good none, medium 140-172.50, common 110-135, inferior 75-105 Bulls Commerical 18-19, utility 16-17, cutter U-15. Hogs their wives as guests at the council hall Monday night. Milton Bourdier, Catholic activ- ALBERT MILLIARD Funeral services for Albert Milliard, 72, of Lake Charles, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Henry's Catholic church.' Burial will be in Graceland cemetery charge :S57.500 was given by the Ziclcrj Masonic graveside rites will be ' i b o oi ," 7^0°"! tar d row"and"SiHs 0 ci« ily chai , rnian - a™° u "«d that the. quarterly communion for Knights • foundation: and $13,000 awarded rendered. by lhe Ford Inundation. Contribu- • Mr. Denny had lions totaled $723.000. lived in Ibs.) 16-17, choice barrows and gilts (UO i to 175 Ibs.) 15-15.50. butcher pigs (75 lo 135 .. • Ibs.) 13-14, medium barrows and gilts 11- w j|l the I 12, sows (400 Ibs. down) 13-14, heavier Iowa area for the past 45 vears »»ws "(old)'12-13, Good feeder pigs ,, ,. , . . . I 001 _•«•>_ .vcdis. com , non ond medium 10-13, woods hogs in .ludge Miller showed color; He died at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday it the! in a Virlor, Texas hospital, room i A well-known farmer, Mr. Den- slides of the hospital, and said that l1 f the Hixson funeral char 5 PS W(?IT ver >' reasonable. | ny has served as president of the The hospital has its own 25 kilo- j American Rice Growers Associa- former member of the Lake walt emergency power system so; (ion. and was once a director of operntina room procedures: lri-h:ate Rice Growers. He was a member of the Methodist church, sonic Lodge No. 455 of Iowa, held at. the 6 a.m. mass Sunday at St. Hubert's Catholic 5-10. church. Charlfs ciiv police force, Mr. Hi!- , , , , , Hard lived' here for the past 23 would no1 ' he interrupted h >' P™-; ™ r years. He d'cd at in r, n m or lai'ui'e during storms. | ^ Hoya Arch Masons and the Or- Wednesday at a local hospital. A ros;iry will he rented at 8 p.m. tudny in the Hixson funeral home chapel. Survivors include his \\ife, (he former Ruth Gremillion; two dauchters. Mrs. Ruth I/ihrman of Dallas, Texas, and Mrs. Dorothy Richey of Beaumont. Texas; one son. H. D. Hilliarri of Lake Charles, one sister. Mrs. C A. Potter son of Monroe, and Bogus Money Circulated in New Orleans der of Eastern Star. Survivors include one son, C. H. Denny of Iowa; one sister, Mrs. Bertha Hoag of Big Sir, Calif.; and one brother, Theodore Denny of Pomona, Calif. JOHN L. O'BANION Artist is Killed In Auto Mishap FARMERV1LLE, La. (API NEW ORLEANS iAP)-A Baton Rouge man was held under $5,000 14 bond today after hr> was chai'Red with passing a bogus bill, and a TS. Secret Service agent said ; Mrs. Julia L. Thompson, a West their has Iwn widespread circu.. Mnnroo commercial artist, was LEKSVILLK 'Spl i — Funeral lation of rnnnleilV'it $20 bills here : killed Wednesday when her car srrvirps for John l.oppr O'Ramon, '• and in llMcm House. failed tn take a curve and over- 75, werp to be held at 10 a.m. to-, Arrestfd was Annar.d Wilfred turned day in the Hixson funeral home 'Watson, 31 - rlirtpel. .John Rice, special agent in Mr. 0 Bamon. a retired mer- charge of the New Orleans office ehant and member of the Baptist; of the U.S. Secret Service, said church, died at 11 am. Wednrs- Watson admitted buying $!K)fl in day m a Ros,epine rest home. bogus $20 hills from a person ho Ri j v George Warner will old- declined to identify. •vat? at. the last rites and hunal Watson also admitted passing •Ailf he m the Self cemetery. ;<hmil 42 of HIP hills in French Survivors nre one son. .). L Quarter bars and liquor stores, 0 Ranion of Leesville; two broth- Hire said He was specifically ITS. Lonme O'Banion of Houston, rharjjpd with passins only one of Te.\ai. and .Major 0 B a n i o n of the hills Klamath Falls, Ore.; one sister,' Rife said many counterfeit $20 Mrs Pauline Me] n n i s of Lees- notes have been circulated in the \illc. and lour grandchildren. New Orleans and Baton Rouge areas for the past few weeks. He said the bills are poor coun- A comparison with a n°'e would reveal defects MRS. LOUIE SMITH Mrs. Louie T. Smith. 73, wile ol lerfeits the late C. C. Smith, once con-: P 1111 ' 116 wttd with the Federal Land 111 llie J M1 't»'«it of President Jack- Bank in Lake Charles, died son ami an o™'-'' 1 ' while appear- Wednesday morning in Orange ance ' Uire adriod Tiie body will be moved to Lake Ch.ii Its from Orange 1 today \\here it will remain in the.houlli chapel of the Hixson funeral home from 12 noon until 5 p.m. Gravuside services will be held 3t "-> p m today in (iras'i'l.-md cemetery Mio Smith moved to Orange. (AP>—A 1.'S. Super Sabre Jet several years ago and was living lighter na:-lx?d into a row ol vilh her niece, Mrs Uu? Tros-i houses VNcdnchdrn, toie the rool ikui She was a member oi the off one and Killed one Bnlon. First HapliM chuich in The |-.iloi bailed out and was un- W h e n a ivMtk-nl of Lake injured. He j ; , Lt John K. Malone ni.uie.v Mis Sinitli was a nu-iu- of (he 4'J!h Sf|ii; j .dro.'i oi the 48111 Ix-i 1 ol the Trinity Baptist diurdi. Tactical I'lyliter Wing. His home Survivois include her n i ec e.; \Ui> Kiven us Tallahas.soo. Kla. Mik. Trofcdair, and one sister, ' The body of the Knglishman was Mrs. A. D. Alexander of Purl Ai'-jwa.s found hours later ynder the One Briton Dies When U.S. Plane Rams Into Home BURY ST. EDMUNDS, England DUGGAN SAYS: JUST ARRIVED Fresh Garden & Flower Seed for Fall. \Ve have extra nice clustered Ivy In 3" pots and they are extra nice. 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