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2 TUES., AUGUST 28, 1962, Lake Charles American Press Midget Motor OBITUARIES Holds Fate of Mariner Craft MRS. ALICE COOLEY I of Kirbyville. Tex., died about 9 I p.m. Sunday in the Veterans hos- RAGLEY (Spl.l—Funeral serv-! pital in Alexandria. for Mrs. Alice Miors Cooley.' Mr. Powell moved to Leesville 87. of Ragley. were held at 3 p.m. about 15 years ago after having Saturday in the Bear Pentecostal lived in Kirbyville for a number of church near Rapley. years. He was a veteran of World Burial was in the Newlin come- War II. tery in Singer. Survivors are one son. Emmetl key to America's attaining the Mr?. Cooley died Thursday in a Powell of Leesville; one sister, world's most significant interplan- New Orleans hospital. i Mrs. Aline Lawrelson of Leesville; elary achievement—shooting the Survivors are two daughters,; his mother. Mrs. Cordellia Dube Mariner 2 spacecraft on an ex- Mrs. Herman lies of DeRidder of Leesville; and two granrlchil-1 ploratory mission past Venus, and Mrs. Pauline Westberg of dren. '. If the complex space messenger Sun Prairie. Wis,. five sons, L. C.. ^ ^ SCHEXNIDER By HOWARD BENEDICT CAPE CANAVERAL. Fla. (AP) - A small ace-in-the-hole motor weighing 37.3 pounds is the big . ! sw «eps within 10.000 miles of Ve- Tierman, Elmer, and Gerald Cooley. all of Raplcy, and Aubrey Cooley of Lake Charles. A brother, Walter Micrs of Sinpcr: seven sisters, Mrs. Ollie Al- pie Havens. Mrs. Oddie Alston, rTjr , u . T t .». /e , , tRO\\LL\ (SpU ,, . Funeral | at * am ' M *!' Ie ouchet ! space. '] nus in December as planned— aft- cr a 180-millJon mile trip— it would mark a major breakthrough for United States in the race for BUSINESS MARKETS STOCK MARKET Early Prices Down During Quiet Trade STOCK AVERAGES Compiled by The Aiiocloted Press 40 Indus) Rolls Utll Stocks Prtv. doy 319.3 107.7 129.1 22&.S Week OpO Month ago . . . . Year ago ....... 3A6.7 123.9 133.4 253.1 ...... 316.7 1(M.S 127.7 723.7 ..... 312.2 104.3 124.7 220.4 DOW JONES (courtesy of A. 0. tdvrardt A Som, 107 Weber Bldq.) DOW JONES (Tuesday) Fourth Hour Average*: industrials M7.51 off S,OS Rails 124.08 Off 1.08 Utilities 120.61 Off .61 Fourth Hour Stocks: Allied Chemicals MM Amerlcarv Bakeries 53' American Can 431* American T*T 112V* Anaconda , Wt Armour & Company y>Vt Boeing Aircraft 40'* no Branlff Cities Service 49'/I Continental Oil SO'/j Eastern Airlines Wi By ED MORSE For""" 16 . '. 44'''' AP Business News Writer j General 'Dynamic's"'!!.'.'.'.'!!.' '.'.'.'..','.'.'.'. 25 , „ , ^schexnidcr 85 of Midland who "7r • , JL NEW YORK < AP) - Som e <* the is' Won* "^".:":":::::% ston. Mrs. Lora Cooley. Mrs. Mag- : H^ ", f^ ' °\ d ; and : *™, M(t ™slion relayed by Mariner : more volatile issues were off W.R.Grace 34 .=.„...... ,._. „,,:- „.,->; ci.ed -U 4.30 a.m. Monday in the!2 could help scientists and astron-j sharply as the stock market i IX s%ei % Shotgun Blast Strikes Youth In Abdomen A Lake Charles teenager wasi reported in "fair" condition at a local hospital today after having been shot in the abdomen with a shotgun Monday afternon. Calcasieu sheriff's deputies said Ronnie Woodard, 18, of Rt. 5, Box 11C, was shot in the lower left abdomen with a 20-gauge shotgun about 2:30 p.m. Monday. Sources at St. Patrick's hospital here described his condition today r>f Singer. Mrs. Lydia Allison of Rodessa. Mrs. Moddie Coleman of Shaw. Miss., and Mrs. An- American Crowlev. i .. . . * " ..... - ••*•[- •••-•x. nv*v.<vv> MUM a.311 *'ii j (Jiioi plj aj II I U 3LUV,lV U la I I\Ut nospitai in omers unravel secrets concealed j sagged in quiet trading early this ; for centuries by the T< .._.•„ . , , ., • ' «-»-'iiuiica uj uie plcllJUl S toil,,, .,„„«. ,u>.v. «,,u ,„,. ,«,-- M ^ e *% v \" sl . wcr « to . te . h 5 I J a ^ : slant cloud layers. It could deter- dora Cassidv of Beaumont, Tex.; ;;„, ^ d ^ th ° Thc , churJ ° h wth . b w-| mine whether life as we know it possibly could exist on the planet, something doubted by most scien- 's con- j afternoon. 10 grandchildren and grandchildren. 10 crcat- ial in Cow Island cemetery. Geesey-Ferguson funeral home of jCrowley was to be in charge of tisfs. , arrangements. MRS. DORA DIDELOT Mrs. Dora Didelot. 60. mother 1 Tne spacecraft motor became R a 1 f i all-important Monday when analy- S1S of indicated an « r >- of Phillip D.delot of 508 Dolby street. Lake Charles, died in Schcxmder Gary. 1ml.. Monday night Funeral services will be held in j IM i . c , and Nezphor Lan- ; excellent chance Mariner 2 can be The Associated Press average of fiO stocks at noon was off .8 at 225.7 with industrials down .8, rails down .7 and utilities down .5. The market was going through a period of caution prior to Labor Day, brokers said. The watch-and- wait mood started last Friday, continued in Monday's mixed Hercules Powder 35 Kennecott Copper tn Lockheed so Mack Trucks 38 Montgomery Word 27'4 National Airlines 17V Olin Mathieson 32 Pan American 193. J. C. Penney 437% Pepsi Cola 411/4 Pittsburgh Plafe Glass SI Polaroid RCA Sears Roebuck ..............i.ii..'^ 731/7 Soconv Mobil 51*4 Southern Pacific 25Vj Standard of California .............. 58 Texas Co 53Vt United Gas n c c l -j i.. • i . •.i.uiivi- j-iciiinti i tan ue iimuiiuiAi ill muiiuav » IIIIAL'U tinn-j m* •>-,;? 1£ ^^^ 'J. ° n i dircctcd f«»n the ground to the market and resumed "this morn- $^ .~^.".— ®i w A c ; hdward Schexmdcr of Survivors, in addition to her son j To "chet, both of Cow Island; four Schexnider, n ?"i ,I h0mnS , Schcx -: vicinity of Venus even though it j ing. . all^of Lstherwood: one; i s far off course. ' ' Lacking any incentive to rally, The critical firing of the motor in view of the uncertainties of the j fall season, stocks began to sell off as bids continued to dry up. Light offerings were enough to de- Woolworth Zenith 69H 54'/4 »»•••» ^. - •»» - f i j *••*' ^- i «*••*-«i *ii iiit ui me iiiULUr the Church of the Holy Sacrament trovvlc >'- one stepdaughter, Mrs. by ground signal is scheduled ten- in Gary Thursday under direction An are\\ Lutndge of Lake Charles, i tatively for next Tuesday Sept 4 of Giesen funeral home. mTNV .° br . olh p rs - L <* and R e n e after the flicht nath. fl iipnrn P nt' in Lake Charles, are four daugh-! sisters ' ters. Mrs. Irene Welch, Mrs. Lorraine Tovsen, Mrs. Dorothy Burgarin. and Mrs. Georg'e Farris. all of Gary, nnd 13 grandchildren. M «- the night path, alignment, ( „ 0 0 speed and other factors have been i press prices disproportionately for carefully computed. I some issues. cr, all of children. JOSEPH DEROUEN BELL CITY i Spl.) - Funeral -'services for Joseph Raymond Der- ouan. 70. of Bell City were to be held at 11 a.m. today in St. John Marie Vianney Catholic church with Rev. Van Buijtcncn, pastor, officiating. Burial was to he in Lorraine cemetery at Hayes, under direction of Srcura funeral home of : Jcnninp>. MRS. PEARL STONE 'See Story on Page 11 Jews Warned Of Danger of .Mis Edwinj The National Aeronautics and j The rise in living costs, said the rxristelle Leg- j Space Administration expressed I government, was largely sea: and 16 grand-! much concern shortly after thejsonal. i launching when early tracking in-: Among the wide movers which dicated the spacecraft trajectory j have had a run lately, IBM Nine Facing Draft Calls In September draft boards w i 1 for induction into - ff , - , • « . , , , . „ . t • , i me Armed Services during Sep •rh y aS ,!Tu Ch 3 1 WW'^™^ ab ° ut 6 .P° mts an f ° nce jtcmber as part of a state-wide This would have been too more was dropping near the 4001 q llota O f 10 4 mon will induct i , ,1 . v>*«.iuv.i. wo wwt «, v* e» oini more was dropping near Ihc 400| quota ot , M ' mcn level. Xerox slipped about 4.; ^^ Board Na n wi ON INNERTUBES DeR/dder Scoufs Plan River Trip as "fair." Investigating deputies said Woodard told them he "just lost my head" and shot himself. The incident happened at 2410 Crockett street. Officers gave this account of the incident: Woodard and the mother of his 14-year-old girl friend discussed the possibility of Woodard's "going steady" with the girl and the mother refused, saying the girl was too young. The youth returned to the girl's home later with the shotgun which the mother tried to take from him. However, the woman failed to gain control of the weapon, and Woodard shot himself in the abdomen. Investigating were Deputies Henry Little, Raymond Demeritt and B. Dartez. dustr.es and Texas Instruments ! great for the midcourse motor, 1 which has a capability of correcting an error up to 500,000 miles. ; H is essential that Uie probe approach within 25,000 miles of Venus if it is to gather the desired measurements. Several hours later, however, i to 24*i on a block of 20,000 shares, refinement of tracking signals re- i The trend was lower among Crime Files To Be Turned In to State GULFPORT, Miss. (AP) — The New Orleans Metropolitan Crime Commission's file on Mississippi coastal gambling activities will be idn o. ' A i • i r n u u i turned over to state officials-in- ,t i- »r • .. L-iii A tolal of 14 men have been stead nf fn tho u •>»•.•!€.«„ /•<„.,.,(, Martm-Manetta which had a iCal]ed to und h . j exam-1 f her ifPs office * sharp advance last, week, fell V inalions in September. Four will ffS ° ffl ° e - Beckman Instruments. Litton In-| three men on September 5 and Board No< 91 will induct < about 2 apiece and Polaroid more i six on September 11. tliow "J ' - r DERIDDER fSpl.) — About 20 members of Boy Scout '.Yoop 30 of DeRidder will take a unique trip Friday on an overnight camp- out. The Scouts will lake to the Calcasieu river Friday morning in life jackets and innertubes in a seven hour trip. Friday night will be spent on the river bank and the Scouts are due to arrive on the north beach of Lake Charles Saturday morning. Scoutmaster E. A. Rathburn said the Scouts, all of whom are expert swimmers, will enter the Calcasieu river at a landing just east of the U. S. Highway 171 bridge at Moss Bluff between 9 and 10 a.m. Friday. They will spend the night on the riverbank at the head of North Ryan street then arrive on the north beach early Saturday morning. The Scouts will carry their noon meal with them on the floating aids along with First Aid kits and other paraphernalia. A trailer, designed specially for campouts, will carry other equipment to the campout spot. Rathburn said that the troop has hiked and rode to campout places in the past. Wallace Cobb will assist Rathburn. The Scouts are 11 through 13 years of age. The troop is sponsored by I h a First Methodist church in DeRid- der. Purpose of the trip is to encourage Boy Scouts in the Calcasieu Area Council to recruit their buddies into the Scouting program. This program is designed to allow boys to become better physically fit and more safety con- Jf scious as they participate in Scout- "''' ing skills and the Scouting outdoor program. Scout officials are to greet the Scouts on the north beach to officially kick off the 1962 "GO" Roundup of Scouts. Suspended Prison Terms Given Two T\vo persons received suspend- sentence and placed on proba* than 3. ed penitentiary sentences and were placed on probation when they pleaded guilty to offenses during Calcasieu district court yesterday afternoon. In both cases, District Judge Cecil C. Cutrer put a ban on drinking and visiting bars as part tion for two years. She and a 19-year-oid girl wera accused of taking the wallet of a Lake Charles lumber company worker as the three of them drank July 30 at Phil's Lounge at 507 Ryan street. The other girl was also charged to Boa, d No 11 nH four l ° ld N °' " and lour So said Aaron Kohn Sunday in of the offenders' probation re- and drew a6simllar senlence> quirements. .. , Carolyn Ann Eanes, 25, of 315i..AJsoJrawing Pine street, pleaded guilty to theft of $300. She was given a y e a r's suspended penitentiary tence of a year , , suspended sen- in prison and NEW YORK (AP) — America ^o Roman Cithnlir. i,.=,iit ™ „ • - 00 ' 1 ™ limcs - t'roject omcials an-; aerospace issues, electronics, inn^^l^^^l™^™:.™^ «he "space craft is on a i ities, nonferrous metals, building Project officials an-! aerospace issues. Mr. Derouen was a retired farm-i says some Jewish groups may: trieclorv trn.rnn l , * j : r , :_„ „_ nrnrlu™ an n ,,tl^,L- ^r „ ',; c.._.: lrn J ccto '.V "lat can be COlTCCtcd er and a native of Lacassine. He! Produce an outbreak of anti-Semi- \ to make it fly by Venus within died at 9;M a.m. Monday. | lis m in this country if they con-' a distant of mono mil F,rDS±i*^^ a V ^.T^ scct t ,»nV ^,,/and H^ C ^ue^ V h,,s. P ^ ' ^$g~ = | ^^^.^e^nt^ont both of Port Arthur, Texas; o n e The weekly magazine, in an cdi- executed bv the first stage of the ! were unchanged. daughter. Mrs. Florence *orman| tonal in its Sept. 1 issue, says Atlas-Agcna B booster rocket ! of Iowa, two brothers. Amar Dcr- j there have been "disturbing hints while appearing" confident 'die oucn of Lake Arthur and F. E. j of heightened ant.-Semitic feeliiiR" experiment would succeed a I the Deroiifii of Lnke Charles; 10 j since the U.S. Supreme Court de-.\vay to the December grandchiMren and three g r e a t-1 cision banning a New York State with Venus the official* : grandchildren. official school prayer. that man y importan t __ a Tllc editorial referred to -'ie must take place before the signal UP«; TAKiMiPiPrpp i support i g -? n the deci , sion by;to ignite the en § ine is beamed MKb. ZAINNIh LtbfcR ;some Jewish groups and to the from the tracking station at Gold- rurnrH POINT .«?«i ) v,, ' facl thal Jews were among those, stone, Calif. CI LRCH P01.N1 <SpM - Fu- petitioning the court in the neral services for Mrs. Zannie, York case Legor, 70, resident nf C h u r c h ' No. 89 on' a statement to newsmen here. September 4. Five will report to | Kolin said ^e wouldn't turn over j Board No. 91 on September 11. !™ s records lo Sheriff Curtis De-| , . . , ... ... The September call is an in-:" 68 ^ 01> his deputies because! materials and mail order-retails, i creasc of five ovpr [h {QUr mcn j Dedeaux's recent public state- Chemicals were mixed. lemicals were mixed inducted by the local boards inl men ts Indicate such action would Ford, off about a point, was the| Au t , be a "complete waste of time." Point, were to have b; n held at The magazine said it would be 11 a.m. .odav at Our Lack of the ' T ' m ° S | unfortuna !« if the entire Sacred Heart Catholic church in ff wish , commillllt y «'ere to be Lake rfnrlcs blamed for the unrelenting pres- BurialVas'to have been in the f. U ", la ± C '?, "T" ,W WCrly church cemelerv under lhe dircc- died Monday at 1 p.m. at her home after an illness of four months. .Survi\or-, are four sons. Willie and Cvry! Lc<;er. holy of Holmwood. .V?\ Le;;er of Gun Cove, and Harry Lee Leger of Eunice: vocal segment within it.' The editorial was described by : the American Jewish Congress, as containing "thinly of anti-Semitism." He said it was "a sorry day for religious liberty" when "so respectable a journal of opinion as Hitchhiker Is Sought In Beauregard DERIDDER (Spl.) - Beauregard parish sheriff's deputies today are searching for an unidentified hitchhiker for questioning in the burglary of two DeRidder business places. Sheriff Paul Starks said that $4 in cash was taken from a cabinet-type safe in the Welborn Monument Works and up to $80 was Topics to be discussed during j taken from several coin machines the business session include a and a cash register in the Crown donkey baseball game, awards Bowling Lanes, sometime Friday available to FFA members, the I night. oTTharptown cot~'aiTiin^ National Hi S h Sch ° o1 Rodeo and j forcible entry was made into iiidipwmn got an une.v | a proposed horse snow both places _ A door to AQ monu . Town Given Unexpected Whitewash SHAMOKIN, Pa. (AP) - The Sulphur Chapter Lists For FFA Meeting SULPHUR (Spl.) - Members of the Sulphur chapter of Future Farmers of America will hear a discussion about narcotics given by a representative of Uie Calcasieu parish sheriff's office at their monthly meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Public School Enrollment in Vernon Rising LEESVILLE (Spl.) — Enrollment in Vernon parish schools is expected to show a sharp r i s e j Thomas when classes resume at 8:15 a.m. I neck and placed on probation for two years was Austin Viltz, 33, of 1708 North Junior street, who pleaded guilty lo aggravated battery. Judge Cutrer said he was placing Viltz on probation because ho is the sole support of his seven children. Viltz was accused of the August 3 knifing of Elmo Thomas, 43, of 1531 Winterhalter street at Wright's Bar in the 1500-block of Pine street. was stabbed in t h e suffered a punctured Instead, Kohn said, records will go to "other public officials in Mississippi who have exhibited a sincere interest in doing some- _ ^^^ .^ U1 ,^ ^ „.,„ c,.,... thing about the Harrison County i September 5, according to Supt. lung. Viltz said the pair had ar C-lttK-ifmn* 1 !_*. -. " * It, 1. i . gued, but police quoted witnesses as saying the attack was apparently unprovoked. Joseph Junior DeJean, 21, of : situation '" I Curtis Bradshaw. ! Kohn last week said there was I Reason for ll lf e ^ e ° \? d in ' a link between Mississippi coast ! crease m enrollmen t is the re- All members are urged to at- ment works was broken down, ac- j dav. An , cnca - shoulfi one daughter. Mrs. Uovis Th.bo- , a ,, cgcd lhreats .dcaux of llamshire, lex: s i x have supported cfforts to protoct . through the center of town. pected whitewash Monday due to a highway emnlov \\1 t! A " memDers are UI '8 CC1 to at- meiu worKs was oroKcn dow ,v onlv to paint a new divide "'i"e i tend this meeting to assist in plan- cording to the sheriff, and the Route 12 nin R tlle >' car ' s pi'ORram. ho.se connected lo an auto- ^mes I? o u r q u e and resort'in such m»lic line painter sprang a i eak . Benckensloin arc chapter ,-o-ad- because Jeus as the unidentified worker drove' Vl!>CISl gambling spots and the New Orleans area underworld of Carlos Marcello. opening of Fort Polk, Bradshaw West Lake High Is Donated Flag said. About 5,000 students exclu- j 505 Boston street, pleaded guilty sive of Army dependents are ex- to the unauthorized use of a 1955 pected in the 12 parish schools. model auto on August 8. He was Teachers of the parish will meet \ sentenced to 90 days in jail, in a workshop at 8 a.m. Tuesday ; DeJean took lhe car "on trial" at Leesville high school. from a Broad street used car lot Each school will hold individual and failed to return it, driving it , faculty meetings Saturday. lo at least one neighboring city WEST LAKE (Spl.) — Mrs. Mil- '• The 99 school bus drivers were before he was arrested, dred Landry Peacock, a former ! 1° ta ^ e safely tesls today and to- ^mitmmmmmmm^mm^am^^mmmmm resident of West Lake, donated to morrow West Lake high school the Uniled States flag used in funeral services for her late husband, Glenn Peacock, in Lake Charles Satur- plate glass door at the bowling Kllis lanes was broken. Sulphur Pastor Resigns Post Rev. Carl Prentice Sr. has re- SIGNATURE LOANS $25 to $2000 ARRANGED BY PHONE . .„,„„ „.. , K „,, „. Mrs. Peacock attended lhe West signed as pastor of the First e >onr an y P constitutional guarantees. Quick-drying white paint brothers, Lastie, Alcee. and Theo- thile Bergeron all of Church Amcril . a has scorcd Uie high Rushed from a 200-gallon pressur- PomL Clous. Etienii. and _ Many-, court - s dcclsion as a step toward : izc d tank onto the road, sidewalks, fences, lawns, flowers, lois Bergeron, all of Eunice; 18 '. S ecuianzaTio7of"the'nation! grandchildren and four great- , grandchildren. RANEY LEWIS Church-Sponsored Kindergarten Sets Open House The week-day k i n d e rcarten Funeral services for Raney Lesv- is, 68. will be held at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Gilmore funeral home chapel. Rev. M. P. Jones will officiate. Burial will be in sponsored by the University'Meth- Cily Corporation cemetery. odist church will hold open house Mr. Lewis died al his home at Friday for parents interested in 2U3 North Lyons street Sunday, enrolling their children for the Born in St. Martinville, he had coming school year, lived in Lake Charles 53 vears. hedges, cars and trucks. Police said the worker traveled at least two miles—almost the entire length of Tharptown—before honking automobile horns alerted him something was wrong. Burglars Hit Local Drive-ln About $300 was reported stolen last night in the burglary of a New Junior High All seventh and eighth grade students who will attend Pearl Watson junior high school, this year are urged to be present at an orientation meeting on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. R. G. Russell, principal, announces that policies will be discussed, room assignments and schedules will be given. Parents are welcome to attend. school. Mr. Peacock was a j Church of the Nazarene, Sulphur, The unidentified hitchhiker was > former resident of Lake Charles, i and will enter the field of evangc- seen loitering around Longville ! Tne y resided in Dumphries, Va.,ilism. all day Friday, according to the ! at the time of his death. j Succeeding Rev. Prentice will be Rev. Henry T. Beyer Jr., of Baton Rouge. Rev. and Mrs. Prentice will be living in Bethany, Okla. The Sulphur church is located at 608 East sheriff's department. Suit Is Filed Orientation Set Railroad Hearing |n Truck F „ ... • j i . . , '" le OP 011 house will be held nioh u " u .>,.,„ •.,. He is survived by two brothers "« B h«a> 14 dnve-m. from 9;30 (Q 1I:30 a m jn (he Ki Paul and Amome Lewis, both of dergarten rooms in the r i ghl .f ront Lake Charles; one sister. Mrs ° Gordon of ; St. Hubert's KC • • i • k A Holds Meeting Slated in Starks STARKS (Spl.) - A hearing on the discontinuance of the Kansas City Southern Railway agency station at Starks will be held Thursday, September 13, by the Louisi- j ana Public Service Commission. The hearing will start at 9:30 a.m. in the committee room of the State Capitol at Baton Rouge. Industry, tourism, commercial fishing, citrus growing, and agriculture are current major eco- George Lacasse, who allegedly fell from a truck' in Sulphur August 25, 1961, filed suit for $15,000 in damages in 14th District court Monday. The suit states that Lacasse was a passenger in a pickup truck being driven by Paul Trouth when it made a left turn near Parish Road and Wilson street in Sulphur and spilled Lacasse onto the ground. Troulh and his insurer, Hart- Lincoln street. Pick up tlir> cash at your convenience No co-signers. Same day service. 74-Month Plan 74-Month Plan You Gel Mo. Pmt. You Gel Mo. Pml. S 80.00 — ) 5.00 41155.00 — M3.00 S 413.00 - J24.00 $1345.00 - M8.00 » 751.00 - Ml .00 Jl 355.00 - $74.00 J W4.00 — $51.00 $1479.00 — $78.00 $1007.00 — $5500 $1507.00 $82.00 kbove paymenlt Include ALL chorgtl. DIAL FINANCE CO. Dial 433-9426 61S RYAN ST. Mary Gordon of Lake Charles; 13 nieces and five nephews. WILLIAM MEAUX .».• M1TT1K 'Spl. i — Funeral serv- £;ifes for William C. Meaux. 39, of •7 Millie \\erp to be held at 10 a.m. **»today at the Arduin funeral home ^-chupjl in Oakdale. Burial \\as to •»-he in Simmons cemetery at Mil- -* Mr. Mcaux died at 10.40 a.m. £;Monduy in a Lake Charles hospi- "•* tal. Hi' was a heavy equipment ^'-operator and a veteran of World •v-VYar Ji. : "- He is survived by his wife; one T.T.son. Ricky L<?e Meaux of Millie; '* one daughter. Rhonda Meaux of l"*Mittii'; vhree brothers, Clarence, - -Wallace, and Leroy Meaux. all of . ,,,,,, . J Ca . lcasi * u sheriffs deputies in- S t. Hubert's Knights of Colum- wmg of the church. It was planned vestigatcd the break-in t h i s . bus last ni R ht heard a reiiot on so parents and children might gel morning at the Buccaneer Drive- p!ans for the councirs ba ^ bccue acquainted with the teachers and In at 2727 Highway 14. pil by olaf shrcve and W eldon ! °Th7 kindergarten will m VhT k'd' a.m. each week-day. Mrs noniic factors in Pinellas County, ford Accident and Indemnity com- Fla. | pany, are named as defendants. L. Johnson is director and teach- and Mrs. Bradv Ganson is the totaling about $300. da Kaulk of Sulphur and Mrs. Nila Titre of Oborlin. Wife of Jobless Man Gives Birth \ To Triplet Set i MILWAUKEE, Wis. <AP>- The 24-year-old wife of an unemployed man gave birth Monday to triplets—their 9th, 10th and llth children. A boy and two girls were born and two sisters, Mrs. Hil- f° ![ m , a Washi n§t°n, whose bus- n t c,.i.,k.... _.,j ..... K.:,.. Dand . Henry, 30, is on relief. ilher children are Diane, Thomas, 8; 5-year-old twins; '•"' DATor^v77cii m ! Ernest and Ernestine; Curtis. 4; i ; rAT POWELL JR. ! Sherman, 3; Herman. 2, and Phil-; .-..• LEESVILLE (Spl.) — Funeral (ip. 1- A daughter who would be ^iervices for Pat Powerll Jr., 48, of ! 6 now died in 1960 * l^esville were to have been held f*"at 2 p.m. today in the Kirbyville, J^'exa;-, Oty .-•emelery. «*•- Rev. J F Petley \\as tu olli- Thi- E. E. Stringer funeral niie of Kirbyville was in charge arraiigeiiients Mr. Powell, » former the meeting it was an- that because of the Labor Day holiday the next business session of the council will be Investigating \\ere Di-, uties Al- held September 10. Wilbur Janise bert Manuel. Charles Ellis and served refreshments after the Bobby Greenwood. ineetin 11 . 82 C *•#•• ALUMINUM SCREENS hnou^ R * $l Prlt| UUUKi Besl Qvoliry Cutlom Bull! f UicenjtO § Bornhill Sol« Co. COM HE **«J Day or Nil* HE J WJ i«« eur Ad In thi y«liow Pasti for two weeks — cotti you only Phone for immediate service LOANS UP TO $2500 FAMILY FINANCE CORPORATION of lake Chgrlat, Inc. 338 Pujo Street t Ground Fl.» HE 6-9446 Sfrving tb« South lor ov»r30 ytt'f Shame On You, Mister! When you get home and seitle down for the evening — does your family have to wacth all YOUR favorite TV programs? Do something nice for & change. 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