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Lake Charles American-Press from Lake Charles, Louisiana · Page 20

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J —!*•' AUGUST tf' DEATHS ji.... &,. *..- „.. _^-,_ „,„. ^. MlS. ELLIS BURGIN GtENMORA (Spl.) — Funeral ser*rcfs for Mrs. Ellis Burgin. 7fi. fcere to be hold at 10 a.m. today itj the Glenmora Church of Christ «ith Rev. A. J. Islre of- Market Advances With 'Fair' * in ih» fi, ,,„,. , Sni ? B . riied at 11:45 a.m. DeRidder. are lour sons, 1/ouis, .Toe"and .John D. Burgin. all of NEW YORK f AP) - The stock market reckoned with some conflicting influences last week, then bulled ahead for a fair gain, crossing an important recovery milestone as it advanced. Lively trading interest raised volume to 20.433.852 share* from T8.flna.44fl in the previous week. It was the largest total since the week ended July 14. when 23.(173.400 shares changed hands. In a resumption of the "s BUDGET QU/CK | way above this year's closing low of 535.76. reached June 26. As the week ended, there was mild profit taking in the extremely slow and cautious Friday scs-' sion. Some market analysts said \ the market had penetrated into a vulnerable area where a heavy ! ° fforcd for The Associated ° f 6 3iS , .. ATLANTIC CITY, N..I. (AP) -A record school budget for Atlantic City was adopted in record time. The budget, calling for school spending of $3.377.329 in 1962-53, was approved one minute and eight seconds after the Board of School Estimate opened its meeting. Pro-* Sherri Finkbine Resting in Ohio CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP>-"My ^ewstfteft b*g«n questions «md tfghtt fl<ired ' *" d th * {rl *trg had affected Bie unborn o!s - Ambeau of Gonzales and Mn£ -MaccSe Chevalier of De- Ridden two sisters, Mrs, Annie Viewing and Mrs. Wesley Yielding.' both of Pine Prairie; 12 grandchildren and 14 great- grald$iildrcn. MCKINLEY PETROSS MAPJ.EWOOD <SpU - McKinley IPetross. efi. of 124'* Garden street,. Maplewood. died at 10:25 p.m. Sunday in his home after a hrrrt attack. The -body will be fit the Hixson funeral home in Sulphur until noon Tuesday when it will br taken to flip Church of Christ in Ma- plpvyoori for services at 1:30 p.m. KenQelh Riloy, minister of the church, will officiate, assisted by C E.". Wilson of Austin. Texas, formes minister of the church. Rurfal will hp in Highland Memory !G*rdcns in Lake Charles. Mr.'Petrols was a native of Henderson. Ark., and had lived iti Maplejvood since 1943. He was an : operator at the Cities Service re-' finely:^He was a member of Operating, Engineers Local No. 406 of LakerCharles. He was an elder in the Chitrch of Christ in Maplewood. Survivors are his wife. Mrs. i Geneva Dennis Petross: one son i Randall M. Petross of Maplewood; i one daughter. Mrs. Wanda M.; W;ird if Maplewood: four broth- ! ers. Enrl Petross of Okemah, I Okla...j)im Petross of Sulphur. Ar-1 vis Prtfoss of Maplewood. and Ev- i erctt Petross of Tulsa, Okla., and eight grandchildren. Pallbj-arers will be A. L. Kim- herlin.-' W. H. McLeod. W. F. Pollar3. L. F. Parkey, Homer Shpunwker and Elmer Coulter. Thont Talks With Soviet Officials v-uiiuicii itnuju:ut;u in next* Snlu «.**•••«* f.i*^*^.^^ et>* *t*~t+A **, a weary Sherri Finkbine, here to! becam€ fr| 8 nt «"w. She started to seek a few days rest at her hus-, sob band's family home nearby in In-i -Let her alone." said Mrs. Fink- diatia - 'bine. "She's scared." • ^M^V h ' nl , ° f u er tf, Mk| ' ™« tfri'« father stopped to comm daughter Terry 7 when Mr».j fwt h j r Mfl ^ w jj t back to '?Ji M ^^.S^,!^'tl«.c«r. of her grandmother, Robert Fmkbfne said he had no fdea when they would return to Phoenix where their other three youngsters are with Mrs. Finkbine's mother. Water Pollution Study Requested In River Basins \ WASHINGTON (API - Con-! gress has been asked to authorize; a $300,000 study of water pollution! in the Arkansas and Red River committee hearing, the engineer! recommended that two experimental plants be built in Texas t« determine their effectiveness in water quality improvement. the tests would be edesigned to eliminate or counteract chlortdt and other pollutions in waters ot_ the two rivers that drain OkM* homa, Colorado, New Mexttft, Kansas. Texas, Mississippi, H&*' kansas and Louisiana. A » . h LRil Confers W?th Turks On; U.S. Aid ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Vice news that had cut its dividend to so cents from 75 cents. Most of the space age issues were stimulated by news about the huge Titan III rocket project, for which Martin-Marietta was named the prime contractor. Many other companies will undoubtedly find themselves working on subcontract. What gave the market its biggest shot-in-the-arm. however, was the General Motors prediction that 1963 would be just as good a year for lhe nulo industry as 1962 and that seven million cars would be sold. This optimism from the nation's greatest manufacturing firm, following by a couple of days a forecast by Ford Motor that, although 1963 would be a "good year." new car sales would be likely to decline by 5 lo 10 per cent, gave the stock market ft lot of gas. Responding lo the GM forecast, motors paced a vigorous rally which finished lhe job of erasing all lhe market's losses since lhe big plunge of "Black Monday," May 28. By the close on WednW day, slock averages were back where they stood on May 24. The Dow Jones industrial average nudged ahead a bit further on Thursday, putting this indicator at 616.00, its top for the week. This was still a long Way below the historic high of 73-1.91, reached Dec. 13, 1961, but it was Shrimp Growth Being Studied ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. <AP>The secrets of shrimp growth aiid migration are the latest research I project, of the Bureau of Commet'- i cial Fisheries. Selon H. Thompson, regional about "cpnlinuing American eco- nornic ami military aid to this Souses said t'he vice president told them the United States foresees (fie need for direct economic aid for- at least the next two years but isfboking forward to the day when Qie help will be in the form of development projects rather than direct aid. Premier Ismet Inonu and President Oemal Gursel gave Johnson an accflunt of Turkey's own plans for economic recovery through a five-year program expected to be announced shortly. Johnson arrived Sunday for a ^y stay in Turkev. almost ^ m -' m h *& been ap- P r °ved for the study. The expanded research follows ' ^ ° f it's NOT too late! Get a [riedrich room air conditioner Rep.Alford's Father Dies; Rites Today KENTWOOD, La. (AP) - Funeral services were held here and at neafby Liverpool today for former Rep. W. C. Neil Alford, 92. Alford died at Magnolia, Miss., Saturday night. He was lhe father of - Rep. Shelby Alford of St. Helena. Parish, Alfowl served 12 years in the legislature. He was a school board member 16 years and served on the bojird of the East Louisiana stale hospital al Jackson for 16 years/" Alford was a native and lifelong residepj of Kentwood. Other survivors include ts\o other soits, five daughters, a sister, 22 grandchildren, 55 great-grand- childrgn, and three greal-great- grandc&ildren. He w*as the husband of lhe lale Adeiia JJrice Alford. AntJ Poll Tax Moye Opoosition Is Llnina Uo PAS^AGOULA, Miss. <AP) - Southelji members of Coiigrfess will make a concerted stand to block passage of a constitutional amendment lo wipe out lhe poll tax ii£ "national elections. So Mid Rep. William Colrner, D-Misf* Friday, claiming the I move was another effort "lo j bring Jpboul universal suffrage j and particularly lo solidify lhe ! Negro' jninorily bloc vote." thel-measure requires a two- j Uiirdt'Vule and Colmer said South- i erti roagressinc'ii will use "all (he ' pjirliaWentary effoi'ts possible lo prevegj passage." Miswssippi, Texas. Arkansas, Alebanja and Oeorgia are the . only Klate« thai still have poll Why JWWt H out onothir )ln§li night? You'll IM sufpiiiid ot how losily you tan ilufnb»r — Ml just tool but FIIED«l(H-(«6l — this very evenihg. Fkk up phoni and call.,, 10-tO-W Dd»i-N» Flnonct Chargi tr Takt Up to M Mtnthi to Pay KRAUSE i MANAGAN, INC. 209 M. K»an — HK 3-3066 H»mi of euellly tulldlno M0UH«I| and FnWrleh Air c*ndUI0n*r» . . . i • i issues „ for MOSCOW <AP> - U.N T)f*A ge totaled $23.501,000 zhnev and Foreign Minister An- value, compared with drei Gromyko. He Is slated to fly '.222.000 the previous week, the south Tuesday for a talk with " low for a non-holiday week, j Premier Khrushchev, who is va- $25.631.000 a year ago. icationlng. flight from Mrs trip to Sweden for an abortion. She underwent the operation because she feared her baby would be deformed since she took the sedative drug thalldomlde during pregnancy. Terry ran lo the steps of the plane when her mother descended and thrust a gift package in her hands. Flashbulbs starting popping, newsmen. Mrs. Finkbine said she hoped for a good rest with her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Finkbine of Lawrenceburg, before going home to Phoenix, Ariz. She stated again her belief she had done right in the legal abortion gained in Sweden after being denied in Arizona. Swedish doc- tori indicated the tranquilizlng i The recommendation came Sat- iurday from the Army Engineers. At s Senate Public Works sub- Sleep Like Log Stop Stomicfi Oaj 3 Tlmti Filter T«k» Bell-Ant Utltti with hoi watir it blrf tlmi. Riid in bid until tyii shut. Bill-mi tibliti nlltvt liomaeh i«« due to mm Memieh add. No harmful drugi. Git Bell-tint todiy. JS» it drunliti. Sind poital ta BtlMni, Onngiburg, N. V., (or Ifbiril frti umplt. SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ARRANGED BV PHONE Arrange four loan by pho.. Pick tip the cash *t your co venlence No co-signer*. S« day service. ^ M-Monlh Plan , . H-Mnnth Plan S 88.09 — 1 $.89 511J5.00 — Ml M $ 413.00 - S24.M $1MS M » MM * 711 .M - Ml .00 SlUlM - $74 W » »M.OO - $51.00 IlWM - "-" DIAL FINANCE CO. Dial 433-0429 «1J KYAN if. Ics % ig * *'.-4r. ni- fe, liv- "Our heat pump air conditioning keeps us so comfortable, in the kitchen and all through the house" i' «. says Mrs. GeOrg* Willey, Rt. 1 Box 268, Niblett's Bluff, Louisiana "And we live electrically for just $25.29 a month" "Out* home slays pwlVctly comfortable; all ibe time,*' says Mrs. "My litisliHnd and I are happy with the way the heat pump maintains the same temperature summer or winter . . , Hot loo hoi or loo crohl, just perfect. We, insulated oUP home well, and that sure paid olT in low operating costs, too. The Willeyi 1 952-square-foot Medallion Home, For art overaflt mohthly electrie bill of only $25.29* they enjoy electric cboling and heating, electric kitchen, electric Waiher, electric water hedHng, plenty of good lighting — plus television and many other electrical helpers, *fi/l/i vary according id /he fit* of homes, families and habits, of courts. But whatever your needt, electricity if still today't belt buy. "' I'm *o pieugcd with ail my electric appliances," More than 3200 families served by Gulf States already enjoy heat pump Cooling and heating. If you're planning to build, buy or remodel, remember, a flameless electric heat pump could help your family live better. For information, call your Gulf Statei office or your heat pump dealer. GULP STATES UTILITIES COMPANY Tht Hameltss Electric Htat Pu TMay'i btit ytar-round air-conditioning BARGAIN

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