Louis Dopyera, 67, of 110 E. Lucard St., who died unexpectedly yesterday in Barstow, had been a resident of this area for 45 years, and of the state of California for 52 years. He was born in Czechoslovakia May 23, 1896. He was a member of the First Church of Christ, Scientist; the F&AM, Midway Lodge No. 426; the Scottish Rite; was a past watchman of shepherds of the White Shrine; a member of the Order of Eastern Star, Taft Chapter No. 337; Hi-12; was a past president of Taft District Chamber of Commerce and founder of Tasco Auto Parts Co. in Taft. Besides his widow, Helne Z. Dopyera of Taft, he leaves one daughter, Mrs. Clayton Livingston of Jackson, Wy.; two grandsons; four brothers, Robert of Taft, John of Escondido, and Rudolph and Ed, both of El Monte; five sisters, Stephanie Funk of Santa Monica, Irma Barth of Hemet, Laura Dubovsky of Los Angeles, Valeria De Marsa, El Monte, and Gabriella Lazar of La Puente. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the chapel of the Erickson and Brown Funeral Home. The Masonic services will be under the direction of the officers of F&AM, Midway Lodge 426. Burial will follow in the Masonic plot at the West Side District Cemetery.