Independent from Long Beach, California on April 1, 1963 · Page 15
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 15

Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 1, 1963
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Death Notices -- Maggie J, SO C ( 2023 Atlantic Ave, «!JM Sun- ««ay. Sum-nag are Mrs. Mary M. Brown. Stena Kirsh; son. Roland; three grandchildren. Service Tuesday, 1 pm, MottelTs and Peek Mortuary. HELMS -^ Harriet O, of 920 E. Carson St^ died Saturday. Surviving are sisters. Mrs. Effie Nelson. Mrs. Opal Giffln. Sen-ice Wednesday. 1 p.m, MottdTs and Peek Mortuary. LUNDQUIST -- Mineer A, W. of 3138 Heather -Road. died Saturday. Surviving are wife. Floy K; son. Vemoa D^ brothers. Charles F, and John; sisters, Mrs. Lulu Jones, and Mrs. Manila Moss; five grandchildren. Sen-ice Wednesday, 2 pun, Dilday Family Funeral Directors. STEVENSON -- James. 62, of 2411 Gale Ave, died Thursday. Suning are wife, Nellie; sons, James A., and Joseph L; daughter. Mrs. Ina BerteDotti; mother, Mrs. M i g u e l Stevenson; sisters, Mrs. Arthur Skiles, Mrs. Louisa Isidro. and Mrs. Albert C. Kellogg; seven grandchildren. Service' today, 330 pm ,, Dilday FamiJy Funeral Directors. H A R W O O D (Stantoo) -Meh-in F, 57. of 7911 First St., died Sunday. Surviving a re '. wife. Gcnevieve; sisters, Mrs. Tess ' Simmons, Mrs Alice Rusha. ' Mrs. Eliane Koyatch, and 'Mrs. Jane Anderson; brothers, David and James; mother, Mrs. M. Har wood. Service Tuesday, 2 p-nv, B.W. Coon Mortuary. WISE (Las Vegas)-- Eugene, 70, Las Vegas, Nev, died Saturday. S u r v i v i n g are son, Eugene Jr.; brother, Elmer sisters. Mrs. Dottie McGuire Mrs. Delia Edwards, and Mrs Nora Bostwick. Sen-ice aw interment in Savannah, Ma BARR -- William H, 57. o] 234 E. 47th St, died Sunday Surviving are sisters, Mrs. B e n l a h B. Norberg. an Mrs. Enna Finkler. Sen-ice Wednesday, 2 p.m.. Hunter Mortuary. WALKER -- Mrs. Miurine A, 56, of 231 Junipero Ave, died Friday. Surviving are husband, William O.; mother Mrs. Ethel Casey- sisters, Mrs. Mildred McCoiabs, Mrs. Charlene Cothern, Mrs. Maude Mallow and Mrs. Dortha Fort. Sen-ice today, Ifc30 B. W. Coon Mortuary. ur, ·««. uu. ««* uri t. wu INDEfEND£NT-P« 9 « I SMALE (Compton) -- John W, 61, of 220 West Cocoa St, died Sunday. SunTvin B are wife, Reha; son, Veni daughter, Mrs. Frances Henle- stepbrothers, Albert, William and Walter Butt; stepsister, 1 Mrs. Lillian Bavies, and four frandchildren. Sen-ice Thursday, 2 i"T», Compton Second Ward Chapri, Church of Jesus C h r i s t of the Latter-day Saints. Spongberg Mortuary in charge. MURRAY' -- William A, 81, of 1247 East Broadway, died Saturday. Suniving are wife, Josie; daughters, Mrs. Vetma Ward, Mrs. Louise Thoen; sons, Milo, Man-in; sisters, Mrs. Gladys Fitz-j patrick, Mrs. Anna McCormic; 11 grandchildren; 12 great-' praadchildren. Sen-ice Tuesday, 11 a-ra. MottelFs Peek ChapeL Directed by Westminster Memorial Park Mortuary. Italian Airliner's Wreckage Found ROME tn -- The wreckage of an Italian DCS airliner that disappeared Saturday night with eight persons aboard was sighted Sunday. Searchers said there was no sign of life. A helicopter reported sighting the wreckage on a 5,000- foot mountain GO miles southeast of Rome. The plane disappeared on a flight to Rome from Pescara, on the Adriatic coast eir w MR mra UrtMl UCff TOILET TANK BALL 75 C GOOD NEWS FOR WESTERN MOTORISTS! Richfield is extending its money-saving, clean carburetor guarantee in a new form--with new benefits for Richfield Boron users. 0 . -^ O' This new Golden Guarantee provides written assurance of a clean carburetor--affording protection against carburetor "boil-out" repairs that can cost you up to $36 or more. 0 O . O *8= O" Get full details, including Golden Guarantee mailing form, from any Richfield dealer. Ask him also for the handy Medallion Wind Wing Sticker-- . \ recording the mileage, at which your clean carburetor guarantee goes into effect. 0 ^ 1. Mail the postage-free guarantee. 2. Start your test of Richfield Boron gasoline. You will thereafter receive, without cost, a personalized and individually-numbered Golden Guarantee Medallion Key Chain. Your keys will have permanent identifi' cation, and a return mailing address if lost. Mail your Golden Guarantee Form today. Take advantage of this remarkable offer. Start right now to enjoy the plus-performance of... RICHFIELD BORON, cleans your carburetor and keeps it clean · ' '· - f*' ' ; -,it 7- r «'.""*' '~t,x".4i"^'^-*. PUT THIS PRINTED CIEAN CARBURETOR GUARANTEE INTO EFFECT simply by r'jniuj and mailing the form, postage paid--*nd driving with Richfeld Boron for your n«rt 2,000 miles. Yon win Jiert have RkhfWld's exclusive guaranteed protection against carburetor "boil-oat" repair costs--protection against harmfnl deposits that cause gasoline waste, rough idling and stalling. A GOLDEN GUARANTEE EM- BLEU (about the size of a half dollar) will be supplied for your Wind Wing by any Kith- field dealer. On this emblem you can nark the date and mileage as handy reminder when your clean carbsretor guarantee goes into effect. A HANDSOME GOLDEN GUARANTEE KEY CHAIN will be sent to yoa without cost approximately W days after yoa maO in your guarantee. The Golden Medallion is personalized with your initials. stamped with yoor own persona] code number, and carries a postage guaranteed return address. If your keys arc lost, they can be dropped into any mail box, and returned to cs for prompt delivery to you according to year code number.

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