Clipped From The Fresno Bee The Republican
n t of the OF , ) jto ! Joint Services Are Set For 3 Crash Victims HANFORD, Kings Co. -Joint -Joint services for three victims victims of last Saturday night's automobile c o l l i s i Hickey Park will be held DUDLEY. day at 2 PM in the Pentacos- tal Church of God in Laton. Eugene Luna, 19, a Hanford j c a r agency employe; his of three months, Sheila, also 19 and Mrs. Luna's sister, of Room at time Mrs. Carol Bento, 16, will be buried side by side in the Grangeville Cemetery. The Odell Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. The three were killed instantly instantly when their car, driven by Luna, was struck broadside broadside at Flint and Sixteenth Avenues while they were en route home from their parents' parents' house nearby. Also killed in the crash were Manuel Luiz, 26, and Tony Alves, 39. Services for Alves were held this morning and services for Luiz will be held tomorrow tomorrow morning in St. Brigid's Catholic Church. Mrs. Bento's soldier husband, husband, Richard, arrived here yesterday from his station in Germany. He and his young bride were married early last spring prior to his overseas assignment. Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Kieth, Luna's mother and stepfather, arrived yesterday from Washington Washington State where they had been working temporarily. Mrs. Luna and Mrs. Bento "in lare also survived by their Robert Thornton of rural Hanford; a a p e a r j - q jwr r a n r j n g show- ^ CS :_ _ _ e _ t h e 2, sister, Mrs. Judy Seneff of Lemoore; two brothers, Robert Robert E. Thornton of Oroville, Butte County, and James Thornton of Weed, Siskiyou County, and their grandparents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thornton of Oklahoma. Luna, in addition to his mother and stepfather, is 1 ' 1 - 1 Q "Â« oitjjiuuic.1 , 13 a u i 'vived bv two brothers Ken- __.. __?_, ,,;,,_. ^._^_ ' _ _ _ , . or he neth and Billy Kieth and a sister, Linda Sue Keith, all Hanford.