Independent from Long Beach, California on March 30, 1963 · Page 19
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"-Sur-[Mri. Charlotte Moigrore; ,|vivicg are 'parents^ Mr. · and. three" grandchildren, a great- i.Mrs. Ray'' Wyett; · brothers,'grandchild. Service' today,' 3 Mark, ', Lynn; sister. - Leane-.tpm, MottelTs Peek' Mor grandparents. Mrs. Edith Wy- tuary. eu. Mrs. Hulda Conas. Service Monday, 10 a-m, Bell- fkiwer. Mortuary. - . . - . . . Manm. K.T. r/fi -' T ~ l,:Zi!X \ V i ·'-'- ).- ' · ::· u-'VtM ..:.-:Y...·-.- · w" .·':- I ^_;T:_K,": .; ti 1 ;,: - . : . , - '. - i. :- ' · ·, y . i : : : 1 ^ 3 : ^ . · , : . : * . · ? : · = » »;·"· I'.- repair bills! KELVINATOR 5-YEAR PARTS GUARANTEE ' - Kelvinator knows just how, costly and time-consuming washer breakdowns really are! So we eliminated gears in order to give you a totally fool-proof drive mechanism.' As a result you get this guarantee of reliability: Kelvinator will repair or replace any . 4 defective drive mechanism part for five years and any other defective part for one ; year. Labor costs wQl be paid by the dealer for the first year and by the customer" thereafter.' · ' - · · " : - ' ' ' ·Kelvinator'B Deep Turbulent Washing Action is tough on'dirt, but easy'on clothes. It gets clothes cleaner, yet tests show it won't even tear a paper napkin! Other features include: · 2 Speeds , - · . · Automatic Cycles for all fabrics · lint Filter " · Washes 1 to 12 Ibs. · 3 Wash-Water Temperatures · 2 Rinse-Water Temperatures · Porcelain Top, Lid, Tubs · Norms!- and Small-Load Cycles I W-7J» Instead of making costly «^TMia1 model changes, Kelvinator concentrates on basic improvemertf , bringing them to you just as soon' as they are tested and approved. Because' of tins Constant Basic Improve- tterc^r^, you are always sure of the st with Kebrinator.r -.- - on price: $ cohrj ,, KELVINATOR WASHES 1 io 12 Ib. LOADS! MUUM ; i L f. COOOtlCM . ' nan trout -. ,,221 S. Harbor ATM. ·**C«M. rrcitv me r i. l«mtonr IML ' : , ' - , , : itU. CAIDtuS " . Murrtii uics ca . ISM IL~Lant dadk »!v*. Flrtstpni - i - - · ·'.-: : CAI9CII e«UVt irmrrmeTon I. L KUUCU. a CO. na wfi« tivd. ucuu KUSS fcADIOi AK9 A»fTU.»C« " io»« 'HACK ftsTtm A^. ' " · . -' j - W tAROCH t»OVt «M) Ckaprnw (ML ·- -»tirx-i Hone HBJ Car-Ail tr»»»"»VJ. · ctrr. STOKE Ln AIM ' ». F. COCORKX 'craian» Iwk »rv4 · T ' ' ' ' ' ktwreiT itcii : COAST Elicit 1C /-; jrj limorl ivt . I / - - " · ;'· : ? " . - . , ' WITH IOJW HACK O1XIE STORES na E. Amu COMSUMZK CTTY JB3W. M I L " - , GARZL\ --' Mrs. Orrie. of 307 lime'Ave, 1 died Thursday. Surviving are daughter, Mrs.' Orrietta . T h o m p s o n ; brother, Henry La Riviere; sister, Mrs. AHeine Le Nire. Requiem Mass. Monday. 9 TROGDOX-^-Mrs. Patricia. 27/of 3119 Kami Ave, died . Friday. ·;. Surviving are' hus- .- SPARR-;-Mrs. Gretchca. 76. band. Benjamin; sons., Ben- of.805'SL Louis,Ave, dkdjjrnn. Micr^V^ rgrfnt^ Mr. Friday. Surviving are bus- taA Mrs. Lawrence Gallagher; band, H e r b e r t ; brother, sister.' .Mrs. 'Sally .Wffihite. - . Servi Pauline Paul Service Monday, ·, 11 a jn,': Christiansen- Pino's Redondp. Avenue Mortuary. : , j " Charles Beatty:: sister, Mrs. Service Monday. II ajtt,Mot- ten*i'4 Peek Mortuary. ; LARGESSE '-- Mrt Elizabeth. 81. of 835 Cedar Ave, died Wednesday. Service Tuesday. 9 am, MottelTs Peek Mortuary., PHOENIX'-- Mrs. Moffie, 32. of 2402 E-'Kth St, died Thursday. Surviving are'sons. MottelTs Peek Mortuary in R .°£ rt NTM: seven grand,*,,,,. ·-· ' children. .; 12 great-grandchil- charge. . children. .; 12 great-grandchildren, 10 great - great -grand children. Service Monday, : Dilday .Family Funera ' Directors. MTUJNGTO.V--Mrs. Belle. 96. of 4020 Massachusetts St, died Thursday. Surviving are sons, RusseU. Fred.'Robert; fi^ grandchildren, e i g h t RAMBAU--Mrs. Alice, 84, great-grandchildren. Service£* szs Pasadena Ave, died £ste^'TM f -*i^:£^'*+ w^TM EXPLOSIOX KILLS SIX field; son, John; sister, Mrs. 1 DJJ, 90, of 327 W. Broadway, died Monday. Surviving are KOther, Tbeo; sisters. Mrs. neril Directors this evening 3eruu Leopold, Mrs. IdV» nd 1 l ^X Sunday. Family ludd, Mrs. Fmm^ B l a k e . Private sen-ice will be held c 124 " 1 '' 1 at Motteffs Peek Mortuary. " ' '· ' e-i. C-l ; --Auoclafvd Pms wlr«etiol« : . STOLLER -- Dr. Frederick, J y lia Cam pbea.". Private service was held. Friends may can at Dilday Family Fu- requests contributions to an ASH (Seal Beach)--Charks, 62, of 13741 Annandale Drive, Six persons were kiUed and more than a score were injured Friday when an explosion splintered a cleaning plant Workers scramble to remove an injured person after priest had aministered last r i t e s . - - . . · · · . . ' '- · - . . · · ' · Whittier. '· Hunter.' Mortuary. 9--30 ajn. Queen 1 of Heaven Long Beach, in charge. . :' [Cemetery, La Puente. Chapel BROOKSlNoTwalk-Leon of ««»«!«. P- Robert Lingo. 47, of 14009 Longworth Ave,j' GOODMAN -- ' Frederick, died Thursday. Surviving are* 611 Thursday. Surviving are Y O U N G (Dooingnei) -79. of 245 Lindsn Ave, died wife, Veraa; son. Charles Jr-i' wife ' Josephine; diughters,jMrs; Ina,' 63, of 2752 Tyler daughters, Mrs. Doris Dafley i Mrs - Patricia Corbin, Miss St, died Friday. Suniving Mrs. Rose Martinez; sisters!| Conn y Brooks; brother/are h-osband. John;'son, Ian; Mrs. Rozella Stone, Mrs. Charles; sisters, Mrs. Mabel sisters, Mrs. Mary Carmichael, Katherine Woodworth, five' v °St, Mrs. Hazel Barton, Mrs. Mrs. Kate Black,', Mrt Mar- ^andchildren. Service Moo- ^^ l^uke. Misses Gladys ( garet Petri^ and two grand- lay, 11 ajn, Dilday Family 11111 Grace Brooks. Ser-ice|cHldren. .Service M o n d a y , Funeral D i r e c t o r s Long Monday.' 2 pjn. Chapel ofi!2^0 pumu,^^Dilday Family Fu- Jeach. ' j ' Memories, C Robert Lingo,'neral Directors. Lon« Beach. · ·--^-- : Norwalk. · - · · CONLAN CTorrancej--Jos- JORDAN (Norwatt)--Mrs. HENKES -(La Mirada) -- eph, 47, of 160 W. Jay St, Alice, 46, of 12403 Nordesta Michele. 2, of 14502 La Fonda died Thursday. Surviving are Drive, died Thursday. Sur-Drive,died Thursday. Sur-!wtfe, Ethet 'daughter Vir- vrring are husband, Edward; viving are parents, Mr. and ginia; son. Joseph; sister. Mrs. sons. Edward Jr, Dennis; Mrs. Walter Henkes; brother. 'Bemadette Scher. Service; mother, Mrs. Ella Athanis; Andre;' grandparents, Mrs-JTuesday, 1 p ^ n , D i l d a y father. Arthur Reed; brother, [Katherine Henkes, * Raymnd'Family Funeral D i r e c t o r s . . Robert Reed. Service Monday, HenlcW Mrs. Blanche Lauren-JLong Beach. · · EDWTN CAMPBELL Campbell Services Set Tuesday 1130 aja, Hfflside Chnrch,deau,lgebrge Laurendeau.[ pn^-r ··orJhrrt 3S nfSEM Rose- Km* Memorial SSjcra^er service Mdpday.lq^^ff^f-s^g [Surviving are son., Dennis; ~ Sharon; 'mother, Mrs. Elizabeth" Johnson. Rosary was Friday. 7 ]pia,,Shcelar's M o r t u a r y . iGraveside services Monday, 9 itw'aiiv'Fort Rosecrans National **'" ' San Diego. . '. _1J-H statti MarKt I · WSi njMi?:- 3T, Hcra^ufv a.Ok»iiwa ti HM«I ICKM **· ' cbo "- 1100*00 HUM KtDOKDO TIAOIne · ; · · : IXKSOM - · · mis. HUMM. . ' ·-; · ». T. COOMICMCOL ' a s. *'*· st , *** T JtSSIC 'AmJADCES Funeral service for Edwin l*L'Hi^a ttih Capipbeiy 69, former senior|t'J^ 1 iS!ok??Gi engineering supervisor for the fSJoSS.'iM city of Long Beach, wfll be|gSS;,iiM,?v held Tuesday at II a. fa. at Dilday Family Funeral Direc-l tors. · ; -"' : CampbelL of 13720 SL-An-, drews Drive, Seal Beach, died fjS"^ uneipectedly Thursday in San|*jjrjsjj Francisco, just after he ar-"-'"" rived to attend a Shriners* convention. ' : He retired from the City Engineering Department in December 1959. after 44 ^ years municipal service, in jobs that began with carrying a chain and ended with the co-ordination of public construction valued in the roiHions of dollars. · * * * CAMPBELL BEGAN his long career in May 1915 as a chairman working oot of the old city offices on Third Street, between Locust and American (now Long Beach Boulevard) Avenues. 'He s o o n progressed to draftsman, and except for 19- months during World War I, and a six month speD in 1933. remained in the same department for the remainder of his career. , In 1935 he becomes a special projects engineer, responsible for one phase or another of most of the dty*! major public works. Some of the projects he worked on were the $6,650,000 Memorial Hos- ntal construction, the $2\570.000 Community Hospital addition, and the $4,660,000 Public Safety BmTrEng. -.' .': » · · . · · · · AT THE TME of his retirement he was the second otdest employe ia point of tenure, and won praise from his department head,' City Engineer Jess D. GOkerxxx for being a'maa wbo"never " n _T7 Fcnrvl/1« i_«r» 1 twjMw'.M ificr CvtT.WaV-I.aSM frtm tr. 30- Point wctu Rite Monday for 48-Year I, P-T Aide sennce for Mrs. ' i, 83, cashier 8j! for the old Long Beach Press, ffg and later for The Press-Tele- '·VT» gr^Tn for diny vurs ^rfll D ° f^; at 3i30 pjn. Monday in Hunt- ffjt'er Mortuary. · _ ' · " . . · "·"j Mrs. D«Lap. of 2036 Pine r jAve., worked on the · two v papers for a total of 48 years. '«· retiring in 1552. She died 'Frail Surviving are. a nephew.'! _ .. ^ Miller, and a grand- Barbara Hoppus. aa assignment. Proof of fhis was 70 days of tmosed sick Ifavi. Campben was a member of ».«· , aavfrorf rodode his Beryl; a (on. Robert, and two ' i\OT 3IUSIC, BUT CRACKUXG FLA3IES .= f Mortoa GrovTC, JT1L, a singer in the mnsical_ "The Sound p| · j .yl^kj'atcharrtdcJoorwayof her sbcth HOT room in Boston's : Biltmore Hotel a* few hours after she. escaped names. Tour rterions'died and, ^ 26 were injured. Miss Wild escaped by cfcabing down a ladder. ."·'.' .' : . . i

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