News of body return for Gertrude Turner Wainner, 11 Feb 1948
Plane Flies to Bring Wainner Body Back i Jack Dilday, of the Dilday mor- tuary, was flying to Ensenada. A i Mexico, this morning to return the Soviet are body of Mrs. Gertrude Wainner. 45, "of 127 West Fourth street, well known department manager at Walker's department store, killed! Friday night on tie highway four i miles from Ensenada. I Mrs. Wainner was en route to, Ensenada for a fishing and vaca-i tion trip before leaving for her the i mother's home in Hutcninson. Kan. t t h e S h e w a s riding an engineer of Lomita when the automobile overturned, killing her and sending Dietz to the Ensenada Ensenada hospital, according to word received here yesterday morning from Ensenada'authorities. Born in Downey, Mo., Mrs. Wainner came to Long Beach nine years ago from Hutchinson and for the past five years had charge of the service d e p a r t m e Walker's. She is survived by a daughter, Glenna Wainner, an employe of the Associated Telephone Co.; two sons James Wainner. who is with the Patch Curtis advertising cy. and William Wainner. who carry first cordon ct^tfii-.v, anu Â»Â»wiitu.. .. ui ....--.Â·Â·-.- j operates a restaurant in Burbank, n ' more it as a Funeral arrangements will be announced as soon as they are completed. They include sendees and interment here, Dilday said last night.