Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana on August 26, 1962 · Page 7
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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 7

Lake Charles, Louisiana
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Sunday, August 26, 1962
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OBITUARIES MRS. MAYE DtASON MERRYVTLLE (Spi.) - Funer-' fll services for Mrs. Maye Gilbert! treason, 75, of Merryville will be! held Sunday at 3:30 p.m. at the| First Baptist church in Merry- i ville. Rev. W. D. Sherman and Rev. J. B. Kimball will officiate.! Burial will be in the Merryville cemetery under the direction of the Hixson funeral home of De- Ridder. Mrs. Deason died Saturday at 12:50 a.m. in an Alexandria hospital. She was a member of the Merryville Baptist church and had lived in Merryville for the past 48 years. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. R. 0. Newton of Sulphur; one brother, George Gilbert of Jasper, Tex.; two grandchildren. JAMES DOWIES KINDER (Spl.)-Funeral services for James S. Dowies, 78, retired farmer and lifetime resident of Reeves, will be held In the Independent congregational church of Reeves at 2:30 p.m. Sunday. Rev. Self Baggctl, pastor, will officiate. Burial will he in the LeBlanc cemetery under the direction of Ardoin funeral home of Kinder. Mr. Dowies died at 9:22 p.m. Friday in St. Patricks hospital in Lake Charles following an illness of one week. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Gussie Dowies of Reeves; one son, Carllngton Dowies of Houston, Tex.; two b r o t h e r s, Alvo Dowies of Reeves, and Floyd Dowies of Oakdale; four sisters, Mrs. D. C. G r e e n of Oakdale, Mrs. J. H. Harper of DeRidder, Mrs. A. 0. Commely of DeQuincy, and Mrs. A. Singler of Coushatta; three grandchildren and six great- grandchildren. p.m. in an Orange, Tex., hospital following a brie? illness. He was employed by the Atlantic Refinery company in George West, Tex. Survivors are Ws wife, Mrs. Vera Jeans of Merryville; three daughters, Mrs. Verna Ashworth and Miss Pamela Jeans, both of Merryville, and Mrs. Linda Woods of Houston, Tex.; two sons, Bobby Ray and David Jeans, both of Merryville; three sisters, Mrs. Letha Jarrell of Merryville, Mrs. Vernes Coren of Orange, Tex., and Mrs, Irene Evans of Sour Lake; five brothers, Arthur, buddy, and Otis Jeans all of Merry- vine, Lloyd Jeans of Rogenville, and Delmar Jeans of Coushatta. MRS. LITA TROUARD Funeral services for Mrs. Lita Landry Trouard, 74, will be held at 9:40 a.m. Monday at Burke- Hammer funeral home. Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Monday at the C h u r c h of the Immaculate Conception. Burial will be in Graceland cemetery. A Rosary will be said at 7:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Mrs. Trouard died at 5 a.m. Saturday at a local rest home following a long illness. TED V. JEANS MERRYVILLE (Spi.) - Funeral services for Ted V. Jeans, 43, of Merryville will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Merryville Pentecostal church with Rev. W. D. Andrews officiating. Burial will be in the Meadows cemetery under the direction of the Hixson funeral homo of De- Ridder. Mr, Jeans died Friday at 10 Two Area Firms File Charters BATON ROUGE (Spi.) - Charters for two area corporations were filed in the office of the secretary of state during the period August 15-21. They are: Wenner and Ward Realty Inc., 231 East Laurel avenue, Eunice, real estate, 500 shares, no par value. Kearney Rice Company, Inc., Crowley, rice brokerage, $8,000 capital. Precht Named ASCS Head In Cameron CAMERON (Spi.) - Charles H. Precht was elected chairman of the 1963 Cameron parish ASCS committee during the annual county convention Friday. Lional A. Theriot was named vice chairman and Francis Klein, regular member. Delegates to the convention, elected by the farmers and ranch-1 ers of Cameron parish, were: j Precht of the Sweet Lake-Grand! Lake communities; Con way Le-l Bleu of the Cameron-Johnson Ba- you-IIackberry communities; J. B. Meaux of Creole and Percy David of the Grand Chonier-Low- ery-Klonclike communities. I The duties of (he county committee, subject to genernl direc-; tion and supervision of the state committee and acting through the community committeemen will be to carry out the agricultural conservation program, the price support programs as assigned, the acreage allotment find marketing quota program, the wool incentive payment pro-; pram, the programs under tho Soil Bank Act and any other pro-1 gram assigned to it by the Secrc- ary of Agriculture or Congress. European Visit Ends for Pupils Rotterdam, Netherlands (AP)— About 800 U.S. students who spent their summer vacation in Europe sailed Saturday for New York in the Dutch steamer Groole Beer. Three People Injured in Auto Mishap Three Lake Charles residents received minor injuries hi an early weekend automobile accident at the intersection of Louisiana avenue and Church street, according to city police reports. Genevieve Williams, 27, of 1619 West Alley street, driver of one of the cars, was said to he slightly injured. The driver of the other car was Amelia Barker, 54, and Daisy M. Barker, 13, both of 124 South Bank, were also reported to be slightly injured. The driver of the oher car was Joe V. Terranova, 57, of 1810 Ford street. Police said Terranova was traveling south on Louisiana avenue and the Williams car was headed east on Church. Both cars entered the intersection at the same time, police said, and no tickets were issued. Mayo Promoted By Halliburton T. F. Mayo of Lake Charles has been promoted from fieldman to assist district superintendent by the Halliburton company, according to a company announce ment. Mayo, 36, has been with Halliburton since 1948. He is a graduate of Louisiana college. ^^^^•i»^»Sj^H\v.>^^' > ^v^vWvv^^/4- I ALWAYS IN HOT WATER I N REPUBLIC 1 WATER HEATERS PPBMiKHMMaEnMBTWW 10 YEAR WARRANTY 6LAJS LINED WATER EiEATEi A.G.A. APPROVED fAKITARY STAIN FREE ELIMINATE HEAT WASTE Episcopal Day School to Hold Party Wednesday Parents and children will be invited to a lemonade party on the grounds of the Church of the Good Shepherd Episcopal day school 4-5 p.m. Wednesday. According to Rev. Robert L. Crandall, rector and principal, the gathering is intended to provide an opportunity for visits with teachers and an inspection of the classrooms before the school session opens September 4. Also car pools will be formed during the party. The school includes nursery, kindergarten and grades 1-6. Registrations are now being taken. 242 Absentee Ballots Cast In Calcasieu Despite the fact that Cakastea parish voters will ballot Oft only one local race, absentee voting for the September 1 second primary totalled close to that of the first primary when the books at the clerk of court's office were closed Saturday noon. A total of 242 parish voters had cast their absentee ballots as compared with 268 in the first primary. It is believed that the number of ballot* was tipped by tha election falling in the Labor Day weekend when a larger number of persons than usual will be out of the parish. The only local race is a school board seat contest between Horace Crosby, incumbent, and Dr. Leonard K. Napp. The contest is Circular Case Hearing Set in District Court trial of three men Indicted by a grand jury on a charge of cans- tog distribution of an illegal political circular fe set for the we«k Of November H to U. S. DiJTrict Court here. Charged are Horace Lyons, an i mstnrance adjuster; T. K. Sl'rtz- lein, a Lake Charles labor leader; • and Kenneth L. Dixon, former managing editor of the Lake' Charles American Press and now managing editor of the Meridian, \ Miss., Star. They are charged with viola- causing distribution of a circular concerning the candidacy of U. S. Rep. T. A. Thompson for reetec-j on the ballots to precincts 16-40. The only other race on the ballot is for the third district State Supreme Court position between Judge John B. Fournet, incumbent, and James N. Lee, Bunkie city judge. SUN., AUGUST 26, 1962, tofe* *"»*«• **» 7 *n tinn in the I960 campaign. Thomp- < at copccifting • son won the election in a second; Federal office net stpgf primary nmoff with Arsene Stew- person naputalMfe tor ft art. fisfc. 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