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YORTY TAKING NO STAND ON SILVER Mayor Says He Won't Give Endorsements? but Hopes Public Will Back His Supporters BY GENE HUNTER Mayor Samuel W. Yorty declined Wednesday either to endorse or oppose his friend Phill Silver, on-aain off -again candidate for the trict But he urged again that the public "support candi dates who support me." The fact that Roger S. Hutchinson, Yorty appointee! to the City Planning Com-i mission and Board of Zoning Appeals, has become Silver's campaign chairman does not constitute an endorsement! by the mayor, he added "I won't be in the position of making endorsements in the next few months," Yorty said. Yorty's personal publicity man. Im'n L. Edelstein, is handling public relations for several council candidates. Also, several of Yorty's close associates or commis-i sioners are seeking council seats in the April 2 primary and have used the mayor's suite for press conferences announcing their candidacy Freedom of Choice Asked if these facts point ed to his personal endorsements, Yorty replied: "No, not necessarily." Silver, an attorney who has frequently acted as lor-ty's private legal counsel, announced Wednesday that he is staying in the 1st District race, although he had decided Tuesday night to with-! draw. Silver is one of 13 candidates for the council seat formerly held by Rep. Ever ett u. Btirkhalter (D-ban; Fernando Valley). Also run-1 ning is Councilman Louis W. Vmrl anrvM'ntr1 tn thn. let District post by the council; .Monday. 'Protest' Planned "I will not leave this' fight," Silver said Wednesday. He said an editdrial in The Times criticizing the council for appointing No-well and Councilman Gilbert W. Lindsay instead of giving voters a tree hand in choos ing new councilmen "played-ures a significant part" in his de- cisiorv to continue. I He hart illtPllrtprl In uit!i.!i7p thai I'm trvino in finlit draw as a "protest" to No-their hat tie down herr.juio well's appointment, Silver.Counrilmen iusi don't haveiSr'nTiiv ' sain Louncilmen Karl L. Rund- berg and Joe E. Hollings-jthey MAYOR YORTY UPHELD ON SERVING OF LIQUOR Mayor Samuel W. Yorty is'ieaders and elected officials within his legal rights injin the Citv Hall's executive serving and keeping liquoricafeteria. the source of funds in non-public offices at Ciiyjused to purchase liquor andiViclrvlll Hall. City Attv. Roger Arne-lthe legality of keeping it in a wrfXtUa uern ruieo weancsnay. jpunuc huiltling. Neither is it again?! thf Ynrtv said the liquor i.s law lo u.e public funds uvpaid for from his entertain-huy liquor. Arnebergh toldjmfnt alotvance provided in the City Council's govern-the citv budget. Drink q menui efficiency committee. (served free during a speech The committee met tojhy Yorty at the Police investigate a scries ni cnar-ges again?!, the mayor raised hy the council last Thursday. The items dealing with liquor ;vere introduced by Councilmen Gordon R. Harm and John C. Holland and Councihvoman Rosalind Wy-man, all non-drinkers. They questioned the serving of alcohol at luncheons held by the mayor for civic AWARDS Continued front First Page picture Bill Beebe for his1 shot of President. Kennedy, emerging from the surf at1 Santa Monica and surround ed by a host of admirers, For the best suburban editions photograph Cliff Otto of the Orange County edition for his start-of-school pictures which showed the unhappiness of one child too young to go to school as his playmates left him behind. For the best reporting and writing, either feature or news, in a suburban edition Jack McCurdy of the San Fernando Valley edition for his story about motorists using a home-owner's yard as a way out of a dead-end street. P'or outstanding work by an artist in creative picture treatment, cartoons, drawings or maps Harlan Kirby for dozens of world, state and and iocal maps that ap peared in general news, Opinion, ouuook ana suour ban sections. For the best column orl columns in any classification Jack Smith who wrote consistently funny, and of ten hilarious, columns: throughout the year. His' specific entry was about the! early days ot summer. City Council in the 1st Dis worth were singled' out' for special criticism by the may or in his weekly press con ference. Rundberg, who has de layed the mayor's program to institute once-a-week combined rubbish collection, "is very definitely committed- to the salvage firm which wants to continue separate collection of metals "and is their main spokesman," Yor ty said. 'The $64 Question' Rundberg, contacted after Yorty's press conference, an grily denied any commitment. I have no more interest in Los Angeles By-Products Co. than I have in the Edison Co.," he said. "The only interest I have is the interest of economics and the in terest of the people. The S64 question is. who! is orty committed to?" he said. In answer to Rundberc's charge that Yorty "is on the edge of becoming a para noid," Y'orty laughed and said: "He is a bit erratic and unstable and he may be back on my side tomorrow." lorty called HoUings- worth's nomination of Lind say for appointment to the vacant 9th District council seat "a move to appeal to -Negroes in his district where he is running for re-elec tion." First Negro nn Council Lindfay it the first: Xcgrn to serve on the Citv Council. """I"0" , 'V ; ent in the 10th District is a Negro, former Police Lt. Tom Bradley. The district has a large Negro population. "It would be very simple to have a truce," he said of his feud with the council. "All they have to do is stop the obstructionist group in there from obstructing meas- that' are in the best'tL. ' interests of the city. "1 think the nconle real- rnnnnri tn rln anrl u-Unn ihat- u.v run out of evervthinc else take off on me." -''i Academy early this month were paid for Viv the Citv Commissioners Club, the mayor said. Jury Frees Defendant in Slaying Case A murder trial jurv which was "hung up" the night before came to a speedy decision Wednesday to "acquit Joseph Donato, 31, of the 1961 slaying of his alleged bookmaking partner, Vincent Bocci, 41. The jury returned its verdict after deliberatinc two hours in the courtroom of i Superior Judge Evelle J.j lounger. There was never danger of a mistrial. The jury was hung m an elevator between floors of. the Hotel Figueroa where they were sent after failing to reach a decision the first day of deliberations. Firemen got them out after l.i minutes. BUDGET Continued from First Page the Fire Department, which has requested $33.1 million for 1063-64 a $2.3 million hike. City Administrative Officer C. Erwin Piper will hold hearings on the budget re quests during February, then make recommendations to the mayor. Yorty and Piper will con- duct public hearings on the budget, then the mayor will submit a suggested budget to the City Council about June 1. WEATHER REPORT oppiciAt": .- ' -'IFw.lKirifcr. Jin. 11, , FORECASTS lal lMlll Hm4: Ulln,fw. rM.lrf,;,hl, cloudlnass lodty and Friday. High today SdiitKtrn California: Consldtrtblt cloudl. ruis icoiv and-FrMoy. Occasional light ram mainiv in jams Barbara ana van. hjra Counties and axtrcmt northern in- saner, not mucb ttrnaoraiura .cnanga. Sputhom California Mountain Araon Consldsrahla Inudlnaia today and Friday. Occasional rain liXatV from Los Anselu y.gumy norm anor wvmjra uusir wings. Lima tamDerarura cnange. Santa Barbara ana VklMrrt' Consldtr-abla cloudiness with occasional rain today ana rrraay. ntsn toaay near eo. Santa Monica Bay Area: Considerable cloudlnass today and Friday. High today a Dour 4, San Fernando V a 1 1 a v: Considerable cloudiness today and Friday, High today near w. San Bernardino Valleyt Considerable cloudiness -today and Friday. Hlons today flu IO w. . Imperial and Ceachttlo valleys- Con siderable cloudiness today and Friday. High temperatures today 1 to 73. Sen Francisco gay Area: Intermittent rain today and Friday with heavy amounts likflv. Gale warning far uuitherlw winds 30 to SO knots and occasionally stronger gusts, man today 61 Northern and Central Calllomla: Intermittent rain In mntt nf iki tnriflv ratl lor extreme southern oortlon of area Fri-day. Snow above e,ow lo 1.000 ft. elevs-lion. PrKloltation will be In heavy coastal areas from Monterey northward and the western and southern slopes of moun-j am areas, cole winds on coast and locally Inland. Lima changa In tempera- ures. Sierra Nevada: Rain In lower levels and snow above t.000 ft. today and Friday with heavy amount! IlkaKr Iran naar Yosemlte northward. Southerly gales likely from about Donnar't Summit norm. warn, ume cnanaa in temperature. San Joaauln Vallav, rv,-tlMl pain tn. dev. Occasional rain frcm Fresno north, ward and cloudy alttwhtra Friday. High igaay to as. Santa Luis ehiiaa. Cfiaiial Area: 'Occasional rain today. Friday cloudy with a chance of rain. High today u to w. Eltrerae iautharn Hfvada: rnntlrfflrahl ciouomess Today and Friday. Highs today SJ to 65. Gusty winds locally 30 to 30 m.p.n. ar times. COASTAL WEATHER Point ConeeellfM to Mexican Sardar: Southerly winds .1 lo 21 knots todav and Friday. Considirable cloudiness w 1 1 h Chance of occasional llaht rain mainly nonn or oama Monica area. Moaerare swell and possibly locally heavy surt at limes along coasi. Little temperature change. WESTERN WEATHER SUMMARY Extensive low oreuur attended watt. ward from the Orefn-Cal!tornle coasts iq otvona me Dateline. week nigh e- tended southward fmm .stram. Sflothan, laiirornie tust west or Daa cetiromie. Strong high oressurt centered over the Northern Bering Sea covered Alaska and moil of the culf el Alaska. A series of aiiruroencw extena soumwesrward trom Northern California to lust north of the Hawaiian hlands. Rain was oenerel aksna the coast north of Point- conception to Normem Oregon with moderate to local, hr heavy amounts reported near tbt San Francisco lay area. NATIONAL WEATHER SUMMARY Cloudy weather with considerable pre cipitation covered the East and Southeast and also the western portion or the nation, while dry but Quite cold conditions were found In the Central Slates. Rein and drirtle elon with abnormal afternoon too was spread from the western Gulf area east and northeastward to the Centre! Aeoetechions and Mid-Atlantic States, then turned lo snow up through the North ern Appalachians and North Atlantic " ,M 'ionetien wim some! area with nigher Dressurrs moving In from the Mloweit. A rapid rise in temper, atures southward found 70s from the lar Southwest to Teres and along me Gulf loatr into FWtoa. LOCAL TEMPERATURES Wednesday's mtt)mwn tn6 minimum temperature at Southern California points, as reported to the Los Angeles office of the UJ. Weather Bureau, won as follows: Sletlon Max. Mln. Los Angelas el LJL Airport M Avelon Harbor 41 akerstleid 45 Boaumont u 1 1 Beverly Hills .. ' Big Bear Laea . . Bishop ciiTe?c.ty gJV!!!.. Prrsno ifi Mt Wilson .1;. ,U Nteoies !r' Nflrtnrirtoe Ontario Pfllmdele Peim Springs Pasadena Paso Rabies ftlversloe Sandbgrg San Sernardtno . . al . 41 San Dleoo . ea Son Gabriel as San PMro s Santa Ana s Santa Barnare 5 Sara Maria ! Santa v.onica Pier u Thermal at Tyenfynlne Palms .". . $? jr Ings .. TEMPESATU5ES NO PRf-CIPITailON uvek me Nnur We un t sda y need Bro- Tapley A Oigrr. PfM.ini.! James I'. ilatlen Albany. H.Y JJ Atbuouerque . 45 Amarlllo n Ainevi'ie sa Aflame n niiiinos it Birmingham Si Bismarck 14 Boise n Boston 31 Brownsville 77 Buffalo 31 33 II H 3a -10 3 -30 13 33 U ns Casoer M Charleston, W.Va 35 Chicago II Cincinnati J Cleveland n Columbus, 0 7a oenver 34 Oes Anoints a Detroit Ill Ouluth t El Paso n Eureka jg Flagstaff ... at Ft. Worth al) Galveston A5 Grand Junction yt Helana -1 C2 .07 Indianapolis It Jackson, miss M Jacksonville 71 Kansas City 1; Las Vegas tl Little Bock 31 Louisville .1 Medford. Ore : Memphis .it U 31 n 31 30 3 -4 -30 SO 33 -I i: 3 u 23 33 2 30 - 33 31 30 12 33 SO J! -3 JJ -I .14 43 2 ? 41 .-If) 45 Miami Beach n Midland, Tex m Milwaukee 5 Mlnneapolis-SI. Paul i New Orleans 7ri New York City 11 North Plalte 13 Oklahoma Citv 3 Omaha 13 ' I .n? .OS 04 Philadelphia 3? Pltltburgti 35 Portland. Me. 2? Portland, Ore 31 Raleigh a -.'0 .03 Rapid city 13 Red Bluff a Reno as 2 01 44 Sacramento 5 1 64 '!07 51. LOUIS 15 Salt Lake City ...S3 San Antonio San Francisco bauit mc. Maria Seattle Spokane Tamoa.Sf. Pelerthura Tucson Washington Wichita Wlnslow Yellnvstflna Yuma . ALASKAN STATIONS Anchorage 33 in Fairbanks 13 7 Juneau 33 ie HAWAIIAN STATION Honolulu M 7) CANADIAN STATIONS Caloarv -4 a 13 I -13 it -15 II Edmonton Montreal . Ml Ottawa .... Reglna .... Toronto ... Winnipeg . Vancouver ... 15 ... 22 ... 7 ... 35 CITIES Cltv- Weather Temp Athens Clear Berlin Clear Bermuda ..Cloudy Ccprtfuoen . Dublin Geneva . .Partly Cloudy uounv ... . ... Fog ..Partly Cloudy Cloudy Cloudy Clear Cloudy Snow ' Havana London Madrid . .. Mexico citv . iMflscw Paris Mocicnolm , ,, cioudy Tokvn Clear Vienna Snow r Weather Contiitkins Jan.30, 1SS3 ' .o'VOsJ fQpjitii WAWH FRONTS IMP SnW - - If -t lam. H. NATION'S WEATHER This map, based on United States Weather Bureau information, summarizes latest weather conditions. Figures beside cities indicate the maximum temperature. Shading indicates area in which measurable rain has fallen. The circled letters indicate high ond low barometric pressure. VITAL RECORD "Dcatbs Funeral Announcements BARNES. The Rev. Canon Genrze William. (.. canon of the cathedral ot the Incarnation Gar-! den City. lnz Island), beloved nusoana ot h. Harnes, lov. Ins father of Frances B. Sorha Bettv K. Dwyrr and Baheite B Koshear. AUn aurvived by , Brandchlldrcn. Sprvlcen 11 a m. Krirtav at th St. Thomas Kptfimnal Church. i.mii noiiyv.ooa Hiva. iniprment Korest tjn -niendalr. Plerrp Brothers Hollyssood, dlrerlora. (Friends may call at thp Si. Thomas Episcopal Church front h:t.j a.m. i-riuay.) RAftKV. Kev. David .1. solemn .Mus 01 Ktqulrm inurbuay. iu a.m.. at ine ui. Mnc baviour Cnuruh. J31.1 Idell airei. iniermcni Laisary. tun- uincftam At U't'dnnnr. riltv-rnt DECKbuisMisK. John D. beloved nusuand 01 Florence B. Beck- emj-iner, tovini tamer or Hazel L. rprajue; also survived by 2 granddaughters. 2 creat-grand-thlldren and brother Oeorge Beckelhymer. sersicee rrlday, 1:30 D m., at t'tter Mckinley Crease fcai Kock t-hanel. BOVHIIN. Belle 1) retired a o e I a 1 v.orKer. Memorial aerYicre Saturdav, 4 pin., at Mount Hollywood ('oiinnrfralional (Tturrh. In lieu nf tlouerx dnnatlnru may be made to the iliitirh. RRAMKU Arthur H. t.dviariH Knitlirra f nlnnlal. BltlKIKSHIIIK. liny Lennlil.v M-rwre ThurnriHy. I tun., al Herre Km1hrr'.tiullcai Slnrtu-ai-j. t.Kt bal Dbmplc Rld. BITH. Jotin. t.anniDKham ai O'Connor Holl-Hood. BL'DOr'r. Besale. Services today. 3 p.m.. at Eden Memurial - horK otanel. t,roman-rnirEi Mortturj, dixec- tora, nouu Aonn Mpuiveaa ah, . San Fernando Valley. CAVAUA. lra. Amelia. Requiem Mass Thursday, 9 a.m. al tnu Isabel Catholic church. 018 South Soto street. fierce Brothers Hi tuick, OJrec tors. COMlfcWEV, Anthony W. Sr, beloved husband oi Julia Mulllns t'oldewey of Mallhu Ike.l nivins i.itiirr ot .sninony loldev-ey .lt nf Kncino; al.-.o survived hy hrntfter Hernarrt of .san f-rancitin. Scrvlrea- tt in. Krldav Plrf re Brothers- llnllyviood. y.w anIa .sinnira uisn CREHA.V. .lamra H- of 1W2 San Mrrntr Ills hattla .Monica hushand of lirai;e Crehan. fallv er of James li. t ranan Jr., brother nf William Crehan. Recitation of roaary Friday evening, ft n.m.. In the Chapel of Moelter. Morphy it Moeller funeral Home, Montana Avenue al Euclid. Sanla Monica. Blest- inc Saturday, id a.m.. al Holy Crow Ceroetery. DOANE. Chas. M, beloved husband n Sim ri.,u c n.HA father of James Verne and1 Judith Ann Ltoane. brother of: nowaro r.. uoane and ira. Verna .1. Moll, srrandson of Mrs. Joscuhtne B. Ltoane. Scrvlcea at 11:30 a.m.. Frluav. Wc Kirk o' the Heather, For est mwn-tiienuair. Korevl Ijivrn lnrtaarr. DO.T.TATKR. l-lloy A., hushand of . .lr Iteltv Dnvtater. Serv irea Friilav. 10 a.m.. al Min. fallen: Pierre Bnilhera' Ixta Angelea. ie IrsoBAIN. Jnaepli. InvlnsT son nf Mrs. I'eari imiiain, nrouirr nr hen- neth. William, and Honald Du-Rain. lr. May Dahhs, and Mrs. JTuhv riirnrtl. rtoary this evenlttfr. ft ptn., at the f allanan Mnrlnary: Requiem Mass Krldav. P. a.m., at lmmartilalo Heart of Mary Church. FARROW. John Vltllera. neniilem Hleh Maaa in a.m. Thursday at the r. It ti r r h of ine ijooo Miepnero. Meveriy HI115. Intermrnt Holy Hroas. f tinnlneham ft O Connnr Holly V4D041, Hit Irertnrs. FORMA'. Martha, beloved sinter nfl H'l'v tnernoiser. Lime Toiin. apiii .Mi.'intosii. .utnnie .ajuona an'i i-ena oinsnn. Services Friday. 11 a.m.. at Knvilera Knnltinil Slnrlmry ruiil.l-.rt, Itnllie .1 Pierre Rr-flther.' Ini Anaelee. GAIU1NKR. John I. KHrrarda Rrothera Colonial. GLASKR. Ruth. siannnw a Nnreraian .sinrioary. GOODWIN. Arthnr K., beloved husband nf Bird father of Eu-Bene K . hmther nf Mlw F Alna, f.'ondwln: also survived hy 1 srraiHirnuri. Services Krldav. X p.m.. a1 rifrr-SlrKlnlry VVIIahlre, 4t S Vermont. GOnOO.N. William V Servires at in a.m. Salurrlay l.lltlp Churrli nf the Flowers. Forest ijtwn-t.mndHip. Fnreat Ijiwn Mnrtunry. HANNAMAN. Bertha M.. lielnved mother of bowara J. Hanna-man. Services at 1:30 0.111. Friday. wee hirK 0 me l-icainer, forest l.avnGlenda!e. Forest Ivrn Mortuary. f St. Louis, Mo. paners please copy.) I.Mili.wi. ifooeri 1. Kdwarda Rrothera Colonial. JOB I) AN. Fred, beloved husband of .lennle Jordan, grandfather of itooerc watcoct. Rei-ltatlnn nt rniirv Fr day F.;1.. n.m.. at fitter McKfnlev Wshlnnd Park: Requiem Masa atuniay. s a.m., ac si. jsna thm r'mhnllr rhtirrh. JUENKK, Anftnat Henry, beloved hushand of itoreiia .luenKe. ia-ihrr n Henrv. Herbert and Martin .tuenke: also aurvlved hv 7 erandi'lilldren and It crnat-eranrirltllnren. Servlrea Thursday, in a.m al Motuebello , Second Ward L.n.S. Chanel. inOO Medford Drive. Moniebello. Pierre Broth-ers-Gnllck. directors. 4.55(1 Eaat KIMEPmer8 K.,' father nf J. 11. Klme or San Gabriel and Mrs. St. W .frkrav nl San Juan Ca- ' nlatrano. brother "f A. F. Klme nf Inglewood; also survived by granacnunren. Kervlnee Friday. 10 a.m.. al Tierce BrotheVa' Inclownod Chanel. .144.1 Wet Mnncheatcr Blvd., inglewood. interment in. clewood Cenioterv. LESSK). Adolph 1.. beloved bus- nand or Fae J. t.easei. lovinrc father of Jerry W. and .Tames S. Lesael. hrotber nf Alhert. F. Loess! ayid A 1 v 1 n a Crccn of' .niiv. auKrp; aiso aurvivea oy o Krpndi'hildrc-n, neeltptlou of Ttosarv FrldaV. S p.m., and Renulem Haas S-t-urdny. I) a.m.. both at Si. Bernadefte'a rrhuri-h. 3S2.-i non Fellpi Drive. Interment H o 1 v Crosa Cemetery. flspagel Mor-tnarv, dlrerlora. fin lieu of flowers memorlala maybe made to the charity of your choice.) Vs.X J0-- , I VWWUIW Dsalhs, Funtral Announcamants LEVEEN. Ralph E. Hardware Mer- cnani). Deiovco nusnand 01 Aoena, loving tauter of Mrs. Dale Yeates. Ralph Jr. and Richard Levern; also survived by 4 grandchildren. Services a.m.. Frldav. at Pierce Brother' Van Nd,v .Mortuary, inierineni j-oregt Ilwn Glendale. UPSRl'LTX, .loel. Malinnw & SIlTertnan Mnrtnary. LOBRNZEN. Harry, beloved husband of Mrs. Salmi l-orenzen. father of Erlr ltrenien. brother of Hans Fredrlk and Walter l-nrenzen. Service II a.m.. Saturdav. Church nf the Recessional, Forest I.avn-Glendale. Foreat Lawn .Mortuary, I.YOV, Arthur I.. Reed Bros., Tapley A Gelcer. SL4Mt-,L. Reva. beloved mother of Sam Mandet. Al. Jackie and, Morry Mandril, devoted nlstrr of Paut;i Mandel. and Morris and Peter Cohen: also survived oy o aranacntioren. . Services 1 p.m. Thursday al Holl5-ood Cemetery Chapel. Groman Mortttary. directors. McKIE. Mel H.. beloved hushand nfi .-ima. tauter or .Nell F- and J'ftrsy.A., broUter of Alice Whlttlrk. Service Thursday, 12 noon, at Grace Chapel, inglewood Park Cemeterv. Pierre Rrottv era' Ixts Anselea. directors. METrAI.F. Albert K.. hushand of1 tne late Helen .innnson Metca f. brother-in-law nf .Mrs. Juliette .-anoioril. .ra. l.uel! Donovan, Mr. Jane 1.. Pay and Hr. Henrv W. Johnson. Service .1 p.m. Frldav, Little Chutrh nf the Flowers'. Forest lwn -Glendale Forest Lawn Mnrlnary. MEYERS, Jark L beloved husband nf L n 1 1 f e .tlerera. father of; Matmeu- it. .ieyers and Mrs. rauia rav 1 aytor. son ot sirs Caroline Meyers, brother of Al bert and Edward Meyers. Service Thursday. 12 noon. at the Hillside Memorial Park ChapeL Mallnow glltennap .-lonnary, oirectom. NO.VTGOMERY, Oiester A died . Jan. 2: survived oy wife Ethel and ton Douglass. Services Friday. 11:30 a.m.. at Rysedale Chapel. IS.11 West1 s aanington. Koeeaait. norta-ary In charge. MORRIS. Mrs. Flora Hrhnrah. died tn Redland. January 27: aur-slved by aon Jark G. Morrl ni iis Anceie. ilaughter Mrs r:ene Murdixk of Redlamts sister Mr. Remlre Snilth of I'ortrrvllir anrt rrandon Memorial servires will he n " 1 n Mindav. ij.. pnt.. al First Methodlt rhurrh In Red- lands. Family reqtieata flnwers r nminwt, MOTT. Mart. roreai Mwaj .sinnsiary.i em SOSKJS. llnrrla. beloved husband "i n taie nose nosKin. tovlnft inuirr ot pin. ivuin wauen-maker and Sirs. Beatrice Vanf. man. devoted grandfather of a-miip nautman. Service Frldav 1mm t the Hollywood Cemeterv Chapel. Groman Mortuary, directors PATE. Zelle Marie, beloved wife of anir ,ii. t-aie. momer or ver-nice V. Buchanan, sister of Wll 1 am T. Miller and Vsrv brei, grandmother of Kenneth nurn micnanan. Servlre Frldav. in a.m. nalnhow Chapel. Ro.e Hill Me tnnrlal Park, Whlttler. Rose Hill 3lnrtuary dire-lns PKTF.RSOV. Adler G. Kdward llmther f'nlnnlal. POIJ4KV, Vera, beloved wife nf John Polsky. motlier of Mr violet Benlz. Mr. Iive Bellale. Mrs. Annie navpoole. John Jr. and Abraham Polskv: also survived by K grandrhlliiren and S alafer and I brother tn ITuMi. Service al I:no p.m. Saturday In The Holy Virgin .Man Russian Orthndov rrhurrh. tVi'n Mlchellorena Street. 11 Ange les. Forest Ijiwn. Glendale, Forest Ijiwn .slortnary. POWERS. Lillian Mae. helnv.d ninther nf Roy of Sanla Monl- a. Ldward of Iowa. Arthur of fulver City. Merlin Powers nf Mlrhlgan and Mrs. Klale Martin or West Los Angeles: also aurvlved hy IS grandchildren, -t great .grandchildren. 7 slaters and 4 brothers. Servires Saturdav. n a.m al Pierce Brothers' Venire. PRIKGKL, William II., lovlnr fa ther or Adrlenne Wright, brother of May Mary F.thel Scott. Recitation nf Rnnarv Thnrs- Jay. R p.m . and Requiem .Mass , muv. " t.ui., noin at m. ap-Vm ..rhurrh- "nh and Van Nes. 511. paid .Mnrtnary, direr-tors. t','i K" Gloved aunt of r.nuorill 111110. rierltatlnn nf the Rosarv Fri dav. S p.m., at tllter-McKlitles Vsllshlre rhanet. 44.1 South vr. mnnt: Requiem High Mass sal- r-h .1 Agnes REILLY. Kiltvard F. Rniirv Innirrhi D .. . t Mlralial .Mortuary riiapri, j'! W'. Requiem Minn Mass Friday, fi.l: a.m.. at Sacred Heart Catholic church. Interment Patvarv PAinAllm RINEHAIIT. Frank "T., beloved' luis-j uaiia 01 joacpnine at. Ktnehart. father of Mrs. Lorraine Hagcr, grandfather nf Robert Itnrtlev. Mrs. Gall Wlkoff and Bonnie jraprer. great . Krandfathcp of Michael hartley. Servtcea nrlvate. Bros., Inlser. directors. SA.VKI,, Jfatlhrsv f, 'tr .If., hnlnvnrf Siiik. nana ni tvyivia, tamer or Dorothy Kye and Mvra Thnmnon. nrothcr nf nvld: aim survived ny .t R-rannrniiurrn. ServlcM, Friday. 12 nnnn. Mount Slnal Chapel. Mnnnt Slnal Morlniiry. SCHI.MMKI.. Mlrharl. ServlcM 11 a.m. VrMxy at Ihr, l.rnmnn Slnrlnnrv. HCOVILLK, Kdlth. Forrst Mnrlttarv-Itn. SHII,I,Im;I,AV. llr. helnv'fd niothrr of Mrs. Curt a rniran and David .1. Shllllnnlnw; Sto urvlvnd by 4. nundrhlldren, Scrvh oi Kridav, 2:3(kn.m.. at rl'rts nrnihnrr lnia Anjtrl, 72fl Weal Uiihlnatni, aim, Mary, beloved alater of Robert at. MBit. Service! 2:30 p.m. Saturday at. Pierce Brothers' Little Church. Around the rorner. .1413 West Manchester. Pierce nroiners- inz csvooo. oirertnrs. SNYDKlt, Percy. oervircs i n.m. tooay nt vt ti-len.Glashand Hollywond Metnn. rlnl Cltnpcl, 7700 Sant Monica Rlvri . dli-nrtnrs STAniSKV. Kltlln I.. Poresl Lairn Jlnrlunry-L'ntti, ST.W1''.V. sirs, nnrnthv 1... 1-ial.ivetl wife of John Stayen. ulster of .Mi's. Dnrotny wrnane, ,Mrs. Anne Weber, Robert and Larry Lltrirh. Services 2 n.m. Saturday. Little Church of the Flowera, Forest Lawn-Glendale. Forest Lawn Mortuary. - sW.TtWunMo) Dmlhi, Funtrol Announumtntt STEPHENS. Roy W. Cnnnlnghsm & O'Connor. SZEBENI. Jeno. .llaunow 4 Silverman Mortaary, TKAliT. Dr. Herbert F., In San fTsnciMO. January :8. 1861: beloved husband of M a r J 0 r I e Wentworth Traut. loving brother of Mrs. Herbert Hlikey of Spokane. Wash., and Mrs. Lucille Ramlre7. nf Ventura. Calif. Private service" will be held at Cyprcai Lawn Memorial Park. Colma. Calif. 1 Memorial offerings may be made tn the an rrancisco Heart Association and the Archbishop Hanna Center for Bov. Rov ion. So. noma, Calif.) Gray's. Dlvlsadern isi. at rost. nan rranriscn, cant. TROTT. Joseph 1.. Service today. 1 n.m.. al ftnydern Routtrvteat Mnrlnary VAN GUNDY, Maud F. Servlre rrlday, II a.m.. at Pierre Rrothera' Sooth ClUea t napel. VICTOR. Aaron I.. services were conducted Wednesday, 2 p.m., at the Groman Mortuary. WILHELMI. 1tnlee. beloved sister 01 unie uioecKner, aunt or Mrs. Bertha McPhlllloa and LUlon Bunyer. greataunt nf Mrs. Patricia Kuhn and Thomas J. Mc-Phillips. Service at 1ft a.m.. Friday. 1. line 1 nun-n 01 me r lowers, Forest Lawn-Glenrialc. FnreiL Igiwn Mnrtuary. WOllll. AHrert J. r'nnnlnstltam A O'f'nnnnr. WOOIIS. Mildred Gnadae. Survbrd hy her h 11 a h a n d Gerald A. Woods, and son David Gouilee Woods, and sister nsnri .Mini. Memorial ei-li-rt Satni-ilav 11 noon, at St. .bines Knlscopl t'hun-h. Newport Reach. 1 In licit nf flowers onntrfbuflons lo the Children's Charities of sour choice. Rails Mortnary, Corona Pel Mar. directors. ZVTEIFI'B. David. Services 11 a.m. Friday. Home nt peace Mausoleum Chapel. Groman Mortuary, directors. IN MEMORIAM In Laving Memory of my Brother, WILLIAM ATLEE KELLY, wtte passed sway ant rear ago losav. MRS. HERBERT SROHHOur. mineral Directors Groman Mortuaries JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS los Angeles Rl. 8-2201 San Fernando Valley TR. 7-0335 we aerva anoRe jewisn Famines than any other mortuerv m So. Calif. PIERCE BROTHERS SERVE MORE FAMILIES THAN ANY MORTUARY IN LOS ANGECES COUNTY FOR INFORMATION CALL RICHMOND t-4151 DAVID J. MALLOY Luke O'Connor & Sons fll VENICE BLVD. , Rl. 9-4448 Malinow & Silverman LEADING JEWISH FUNERAL DIRECTORS Rl. 9-1051 PIERCE-HAMROCK JAMES R. PIERCE CLARENCE C. PIERCE MARY O. HAMROCK 921 VENICE BLVD. Rl. 9-9231 FOREST LAWN Unrfatriiklni & Ctmifarv TMfttMr Olindal HartYwood Hllli CVDrtts s.L. no. H14J T. IVJ1H REED BROS. TAPLEY 8. 6EI6ER 3B45 W. WASHINOTON. E. Wll) Bresee Bros. & Gillette Rl. 9-5125 Since 1892 EDWARDS BROTHERS Downtown, 1000 Venice Blvd. Rl.t-mi East L.A., 3117 Whlttler Blvd. AN. 1-3411 UTTER-McKINLEY MAIN OFFICE DU. 8-2481 CALLAHAN MORTUARY SERVING CATHOLIC FAMILIES LOS ANGELES H0.2-I2S GARDEN GROVE JE. 4.757a1 CU.VXINOHAH & O'CONNOR 1S vv. Washington. Rl.4; u Melrose, Holly weed. OL.5-71H AKMSTHONG KAMI1.Y 1101 SOUTH HOPE STREET. Rl. 7-131 FLORISTS FLOWERS BELONG... WMleittllrivtwifJll. Flowtrs eiprtis jour 5 dfepeu woushlj. From $2.50 Flowers for FOREST LAWN FUNERALS FLOWER SHOPS IN FOREST LAWN HOLLYWOOD HILLS HO. a-sUJ1 CYPRESS TA. 1-3131 CL. 4-3131 LENDAl E CEMETERY Lott-CrypH HOLLYWOOD RETH OLAM Mutt sitII 3 choiet enrols. 1 slnglt K 1 doubli. 2nd tier In new section of mauio- Fortst Liwn. 2 pi. Eventide. Out of town owner will. seer. 0L. l-315t. Br. ADVERTISEMENT LAXATIVE PUNISHMENT is price you can pay for taking chemi cal druRs that may dry out bowels to cause ' rebound constipation" or uv flammation and other riak described tn ctrcular in Dr. Edwards" Olive Tablets- winner nf doclore test of 7 leading laxs-LiveA. Tells hotv thii herbal preparation won m combined kotm of gentteneu add other muni. For cnmolete df tail write! to Dr. Edwarrtd- Olive Tablet. DepU yuw Memphin 1 Term., or art your drunui for Dr. Edwardt OIivi Tableta. OBITUARIES Earl L. Harter 'Servicis will be condiicled in Red Hiurf today for Earl I.e- land Harter,-76, former owner; ui a ritain m narnware stores here. Mr. Harter lied Tuesday in nen-tjiutl. He was a former member of the Southern Cali-fornla Reuil Hardware. Deal- Assn.- Pnt -jf, Koti lo r tit. lTn!JlMtMuJ rtS,nSvA.. .. ..wij uuv v.iianiut:i in j-ommerce. tie is survived ny wue, jviai-garei; tnree sons, . fTharlpe artH ' ninharvt tiiM sisters.-Mrs. Lillian Barilett and Airs. Myrtle Blauer; a brother, Carl, six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Ellsworth D. Dodson nequiem JIasn for Ellsvwrth D. uooson. tn, owner of Dod' Inn, will be celebrated ttxJayj at 9 a.m. In Si. Ambrose Catholic Church, with arrangements hy Pierce Bros. Hollywood Mortuary. Mr. Dodson lived at 1001 N Martel Ave. He died Tuesday. Mr. Dodson leaves his wife, Elizabeth: two sons,, .lames and Kriear and a hrnth. er, Guy. Interment will be In HOiy l-ross Cemetery. Albert- E. Metca If Masonic services will he eon. ducted for Albert E. Metcalf, (9, retired pharmaceutical rep resentative for Burrouchs Well- conn & Co.. at .1 n.m. Kridav in the Little Church of the Flowers. Korest Lawn Mortuarv is! directing. Mr." Meicalf died Sun day. He resided al. 3553 Olym piad Dr. He was a member of Harlem Lodce Masonic. Itoyal Arch Masons. Knlchts Temnlar. Ixis Angeles Consistory, Scottish Rite and Al Karicr Temple. Inurnment will he in Koiv est lawn Memorial-Park. Mrs. Ella Wenstrom Services for Mis. Klla Wil liams Wenstrom. 69. former sec rotary to the late actress Mari on Davies, will be conducted Friday at I p.m. In Pierce Bros. Beverly Hills Chanel, followed by interment In Inglewood parK cemetery. Mrs. Wenstrom lived at 107.1B Ashton Ave. She died Monday. Mrs. Wenstrom leaves five sisters, Mrs. Lillian N'agle, Mrs. Viola Huber, Mis. Fred Williams. Mrs. Richard Trickey and Mrs. Waller Heath. and a brother. Thomas Wil liams. Sun, Moon, Tide U.S. CmiI and Geodetic Survey THURSDAY, JAN. II Sun Hms 6:51 a.m., sets 5:23 a.m. Moon rlsas 11:04 a.m. TIDES AT LOS ANGELES HARBOR High Low Hloh Low 31 1:45 4.7 l:!U -1:54 IS l:5 I.! I 1:41 4. t:54 1.0 -3:41 3.1 1:05 1.7 1 3:57 5.1 11:11 0.4 -5:34 3.1 -10:1 1.0 3 4:54 5.4 12:31-4.7 -:50 3.4 -11:27 2.1 4 3:4V S. 7 -1:11-0.7 "8:44 3.7 S 12:24 3.0 4:1 4 0 -1:54-1 0 -7:24 3. -Otnofas p.m. 5aa tamorraturei. Long Baacn. 54; San. la SAenlca, 57. utsf ! v"' )C fiaa guff oo ' Sob. t) Fab. 1 Ftb. I Fib. IS Is your Home tailored to your Home is best when it's just right for the family. Not a bit too little, not a bit too big not too pretentious, not too simple just right! That's the kind of home your family deserves. You can find that just-right home in the right location and at the right prict? among . the listings of leading realty brokers in Times Classified Ads. Here's the largest selection of real estate opportunities in the West, TIMES CLASSIFIED ADS Signal Hill Fire Chief's Son Held as Burglar The 18-year-olri son of Sig nal Hill Fire Chief Neil Whitney will be arraigned Monday in Long Beach Superior Court on two counts of burglary. The arrest of Neil Douglas Whitney, of 1471 E 23rd St., Signal Hill, cleared 20 burglaries of Signal Hill and Long Beach electronic and radio suppliers, according tr Police Chief William F. Sto-vall. Whitney, an unemployed store clerk, was arrested Sunday at Burnett St. and Walnut Ave. while pushing two carls carrying loot, of ficers saia. Six Others Arrested The fire chief's son and six juveniles, arrested 1 a t e r, signed admissions the.v took S6,.t00 worth of property, police said. The younger boys were released to their parents. Police had' heen working on the burglaries since early .January. Tape recorders, meters, television antennas, guns, fishing gear, a foghorn and dozens of other items were recovered from the homes of Whitney, and his friends, officers said. measure?

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