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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 5

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DEATHS J. DOMINGUE SR. (See Story on TMs Page) MRS. LEONARD HOOKER CROWLEY (Spl.) - Final rites for Mrs. Leonard Hooker, 66, of Crowley were to have been held ni 10 am. today in the Geescy- Ferguson funeral home. Burial was to have been in the Old Crowley Protestant cemetery. A housewife, Mrs. Hooker died at her home Wednesday. The was a native of Maxic, and had lived in Crowley mnst nf her life. | She is survived by her husband; I n daughter, Mrs. Harriet Hooker of Crowley; three sisters, Mrs. C. K. Hewitt of Miami, Fla., Mrs, Nunnery Gray of Florence, S.C., nnd Mrs. Mildred Riley of Crow- Icy. GLENNTiACOCK Funeral services for Glenn A. Peacock, 51, formerly of Lake Charles, are to be held at 3 p.m. Saturday at Burke-Hammer funeral home. Burial is to be in Greenland cemetery. Mr. Peacock, a resident of Humphries, Va., died in a Washington, D. C. hospital Wednesday morning following a heart attack. He had lived in Lake Charles Airing the construction of 01 i n- Mathieson Chemical and F i r e- slone Tire and Rubber plants. At that time he was employed by Kellogg Construction company. Surviving is his wife, the former Mildred Landry, originally of West Lake, now of Humphries. ROBERT TOBINSON WELSH (Spl.) - Funeral services for Robert Lowell Robinson, 46, former resident of Welsh, are to be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Methodist church of Welsh. FORECAST Until Saturday Morning f »gwr«* Shew Uw T*mp«?afuf*& extreme northern Atlantic states, in mid Mississippi valley, soulheanlern Great Plains, central Appalachians and northern Rockies. It will be warmer in. north and mid Atlantic states and cooler from central Plains eastward through mid Mississippi valley to western Great Lakes. (AP Wirephoto Map). Sulphur Man Leaves 203 Descendants SULPHUR (Spl.) — Joseph Domingue Sr., 79, died at 5:30 a.m. today in the home of a son, Joseph Domingue Jr., 1145 Brady Rev. Oakley Lee is to officiate) T ne bill, previously passed bystreet. Mr. Domingue left 203 cli- nnd burial is to be in Oaklawn; ij le House, authorizes the U.S. reel descendcnls. cemetery in Welsh under clirec- j Foreign Claims Commission to Funeral services will be held at tion of Hixson funeral home. i nay the money to 88,000 Philip-! in a.m. Saturday in the French Mr. Robinson drowned Tuesday, pj ne anc j American war damage chrisiian church on Brady street in an accident at Corpus Christi, j claimants, including 207 corpor with Rev. John Newman of Lake Tex., where he had lived for the t j ons w jth claims of more than Charles officiating. Burial will Senate Passes Philippine War Damage Claims WASHINGTON (AP)-The Son- ate passed the $73-milIion Philippine war damage claims bill by voice vote today and sent it to President Kennedy. Canadians Push For State Betting WINNIPEG, Man. (AP)-A Ca- nndian veterans' organization will ask the federal government to establish a system of state-operated sweepstakes, More than 300 delegates at the convention of the Army, Navy anc Air Force Veterans in Canada NATIONAL WEATHER THt ly Tht AiMtMfM Prut ei«r /i n Angqtwqot, tltor W 40 Allan IB, cloudy 84 «8 .41 Bismarck, eftar 72 n B»is«, clear 77 54 Boston, clear 73 59 Buffalo, cloudy n a Chicago, ei«ody .....n 7i Cleveland, eltor to M Denver, cloudy M SI Det Moines, rein 9» «l FRIDAY, AUG. 24, 1962, Lake Charles A me win LOCAL WEATHER LAKE CHAftLCt AREA WEATREft Temperoture fodoy (» a.m.) ........... II Lacassine Sends Glenda M. Daigle To Pelican Girls LACASSIffE M* Mm.mum today « o.m.) ......... 75 TO Daigfe is reprMCTtiflg Relofive Humidity (» a.m.) .....!.'.'." B Shie high SChCOl ft Prffc*n GirU th «* Detroit, clear as «s Feirbank*, cloudy <i sj .15 Nrt w*rth, ertar 101 si NtUfw, clear «/ 43 .01 Honolulu, clear u 74 Indianapolis, clear g? «< 58 51 .41 r a i.»4 today .'.'.'.'"."".'.'.'.'.«•« p.m.;Her is the LacassiM delegate td SuntlM t0fV10rrOW ,, .5^44 Q.ffl* i t2A«*« C*al* AM flu* T jarfatin^ra ftt^WA .M Se S,J eve ! ?1 esw . r *.'*."!"•! ••:•_• MM y oiaie an ine Ltxnsixn* BUT* .n •"•"•- a.m. •0.5. 1.3; H, H, 13:32 a.m., 1.1; U, 7:44 :« a.m., 1.1; L, $.53 p.m.. •:« " LoolivlMt, cltudy »4 71 Momptiii, clear *4 75 Miami, tlior .„ Ottlohama City, cloudy I'M 77 Sn!f!!?'.J* m -!•••„• " «' 1.7 eiwr ................ i« 74 Pitt«bi»rofi, eltdr .............. 15 n Portland, Me., doer ........... 73 $1 Portland, Ore., cloudy ......... 14 57 Ropld CIfy, clear ..:..." 44 Riehmond, clear ............... J £ St. Uul«, clear ............ .. » 4 75 Salt upke City, clear .......... 77 47 Sad Diego, cloudy ........... 75 45 Glenda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Daigle and Howard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Fusilier. Both are seniors and were delegates to the AmericanUm Semi* nar at McNeese State college Mid to the 4-H Short Course in Bato* Rouge earlier this Summer. seemi, clear'.:.::.:..;::;::: 7 7 Tomjw, cltudy '.«« WathlnitM, do Cloudy I) 54 71 Twirling Classes To Hold Summer Recital Saturday ! The High School Park twirling classes will be presented in aj summer recital Saturday at 7:30', p.m., al the recreation center, i ; The classes entered the Sulphur, ;Rf.'dco parade in J u n e and re- . . . YOU may b« qualified for | reived first place in marching $1,000 life Insurance ... so you divisions. \ will not burden your loved one* Burial InuriRM ScH by Mail Absentee Ballots Cast in Parish JENNINGS (Spl.) - Jeff Davis passed a resolution Thursday call-1 parish voters have cast 34 absen- ing on the government to establish tee ballol s '" the September 1 run- structor to a student at Marion hrtjful to lh« tat^S *5^d High school and has attended j 5,0 No medical ! twirling clinics in Mississippi, Flo- j necessary. liida, and Louisiana. examination a system of betting on horse racing that would benefit the country's social services. off election, according to J. W. (Bud) Pitre, clerk of 'court. Absentee balloting closes at noon tomorrow, he said. ALUMINUM SCREENS AND DOORS »«' Prl " Best Quality Custom Built 0 Deemed • 'ntvred Barnhill Sales Co. Cot| HE t-M« Day or Nile HE J-7W See our Ad in the Yellow Poge« OLD LINE LEGAL RESERVE | LIFE INSURANCE. i ... No agent will call on you. Free information, no obligation. | Tear out this ad right now. i... Send your name, addreM ] and year of birth to: Central j Security Life Insurance Co., i Dept. S-373 1418 West Rosedtle, I Fort Worth 4. Texas. Shop Saturday 9 a.m. to 5:30 Come to THE FAIR for Back-to-School past three years. He was a house $50,000 each. painter. He is survived by two daugh- 1 , on tcrs Donna Jean and Patricia Kennedy had urged prompt ac- the Senate to clarify U.S. „ , . ... r „, , , m • nciuuuua "with our Filipino Robinson bo h of Toledo, Oh o; , .. his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. 0. H. Robinson of Welsh; six brothers, W. A. and Norman Robinson, both of Welsh, D. U Robinson of Ro- nnoke, Carl Robinson of Basile, Glen Robinson of Victoria, Tex., and E. B. Robinson of Tunis, Tunisia; and two sisters, Mrs. Wilbur Patterson of Fenlon and Mrs. M. E. Notestine of Welsh. Norway Has New Law on Abortion be in the Big Woods cemetery at I-Jdycrly under direction of the Hixson funeral home. A native of Lafayette, Mr. Domingue hud lived in Sulphur for the past 30 years. He was a retired farmer. His wife, Mrs. Orelie B e n o i t Domingue, died in 1944. Survivors are three sons, Ophie and Joseph Domingue Jr., both MRS. H. S. ROBINSON funeral services for Mrs. Harriet S. Robinson, 80, will be held al 2:30 p.m. Saturday in the Kingdom Hall of Jehovah Witnesses with Rev. Roscoe R. Young officiating. Burial will be in the Combre Memorial Park under direction of Gilmore funeral home. She died at 7:40 p.m. Tuesday at a local hospital. Survivors are one sister, Mrs. Elmira Waddy of Lake Charles; one niece, Mrs. Marian Prudhomme and one nephew, Floyd R. Jones, both of Lake Charles. OSLO, Norway (AP)-Norway ! 0 [ Sulphur, and Homer Domingue has adopted a new abortion law of Houston, Texas; four daugh- modeled on the Swedish law thai ; tt , rS| Mrs j f)e jjumgarden, Mrs. permitted Mrs. Shcrri Finkbine to ; V i c k Royer and Mrs. N o r r i s undergo an operation rather than j ju onceauXi a ll of Sulphur, and risk giving birth to a Tiialidomidc-j]\i,. s . Mary Laughlin of Vinton; deformed baby. i 5() grandchildren; 140 great- The date for making the law ef-j grandchildren and six great- fective has not yet been fixed, creal-grandcbildrcn. MRS.JOSEPHINESIMIEN Funeral services for Mrs. Josephine Simien, 49, will be held at 9 a.m. Saturday in the Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic church with Rev. H. F. Schuster officiating. Burial will be in the Welsh Catholic cemetery under direction of Gilmore funeral home. She died at 8:09 p.m. Tuesday in her home at 730 North Adams street. A native of Opelousas, she bad lived in Lake Charles for the past six years. A rogary will be said at 7:1)0 p.m. today at the residence. Survivors are her husband, August Simien; one daughter, Mrs. Rose Marie Collins of Los Angeles, Calif.; five sons, J. E., D. J., Marshall, James and Harry Simien, nil of Lake Charles; six sisters, Mrs. Hobble Guillory, Mrs. Orelia Daigle, Mrs. Ida Lar- tifiue and Mrs. Bertha Deruso, all of Jowa, Mrs. Scymonia Daigle of Detroit and Mrs. Mayun Guidry of West Lake, and ten grandchildren. MAUD WILKERSON ; BOYCE (Spl.) - Mrs. Maude Ellen Wilkerson, HI, died at 3 a.m. Thursday at her home in Hoyro. Funeral .services were to have b.vn hold at 11 a.m. today Ht the | Hixson funcral home chapel in i Alexandria. Graveside services' \UTI> scheduled for 3 p.m. today i'i Hi'. 1 Mcvnu'iilmi cemetery with Miguoz funeral home in Jennings in i-hargi' of local arrangements. . Survivors include four sons, Archie Wilkursou of Bell, Calif., Thomas Wilkerson of Calhoun, Ky., (i. J. Wilkerson of 1 lender- foil, Ky., and William G. Wilkcr- SOM o!' 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