Independent from Long Beach, California on May 18, 1957 · Page 13
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IW^^V^^^ ^-^De^-NMc^^A S^Hu5i; n ::ri,Ma/i;r/io Got gPIOEK (Anttalm) -- Clyd«, M, of 10673 Knott St., formerly of Long Beach, died Friday. Surviving ai* wife, Glynn»: three daughter*, Loreiila, Lamoyne, Kathryn; son, Stanley! J. R. 1 Dlx, Mrs. May Terry, Service Monday, 10:30 ajn., day Mortuary. ·-..», . - t LABKIN--Thomas F.. 81,'of J863 Oregon Ave,, died Friday. Surviving are wife, Be'rnlce; daughter, Mrs. Deloras Card ner; brother, William; sisters Mrs. Mamo Hlnes, Mrs. Alice Shaw; three grandchildren Rosary will be recited Sunday 7 p.m., Sheeler-McFadyen Chapel. Requiem Mass Monday, I a.m., Holy Innocents Church. HLTJMP-- Fred, 82, of 6121 California Ave,, died Friday Surviving art wife, Pauline; daughter, Mrs. Frances Harrlt; brother, John; and sister Nina. Service 2:30 p.m. Monday In Mottell's and Peek Midway City Mortuary, of 110, E.-Johnston Ay*., died Wednesday, Surviving. U · hit wife, Hazel J« Rotary 8 p.m today · In Mottell'i. and Ptek Chapel, with - service · 1 p.m brother, Mont; two sisters. Mrs. Tuesday · In Veterans' Chapel West Loi Angeles. ORMSBV-John Lawson. 32 of 2830 E. 221 St.. died Tuesday In an auto accident In Casper, Wyo. Surviving are brothers, James R.,Erncit, Henry, Elite, Homer at)d William, and sisters, Mrs. Katherlne Crawford, Mrs, Dorothy 0, Chase, Mrs. Rosalie Johnson and Mrs, Georgia Jearll. Service at 11 a.m. Monday In Motion's .and Peek Chapel.- ,., ·· \ -"· "·"" HEWN--Mrs. Edna 0., 81. of 429 Virginia Ct., died Thursday, Surviving are son, Robert P.; sister, Miss Cynthia Pearl Mails, Service Monday, 10 a.m., Hollon k Son Mortuary. ,.,···.,._ · · - , · , - - j HERROD--Paul Joseph, S7, Brldfts, Mrs. Gortrudi Quick, n* Opsahl, and brother Charles Shields. Service 10 a.m Monday in Mottell'i and Peek Chapel.,.., ·^, ii/f , f BEAKS -- Mrs. Mary Eliza beth, 28, of 3930 Caspian Ave. died Wednesday. Surviving are son, Robert; daughters, Mary and Margo Murphy; mother Sthel McElwaln; brothers Harco and Charles D, McEl wain; sisters, Mrs, Betty Tay, or, Mrs. Gale Sllverlo and Miss ancy McElwaln. Service wa» Friday. Hillside Church, Rose Hills Memorial Park. . i -^ ^ .-I _ ^_ ,-ti.-*^ Card of Ike HOXWOHTH-Zlta Gather- ne, JOM E. Broadway, died "hundiy. Surviving are hus- 69-A Stanley Ave., died Monay. SurvlvlrtR art wife, Mabel: hree brothers and three sisters. Service today. 2 p.m., Mot, ell's Peek Mortuary. ' ., CARUHttK--Mr«. Jennie M., 8, of 428 W. 4th St.. died Thursday, Surviving It a son, W i l l i a m . Service today, 9 a.m., Mnttcll's A Peek Mortuary. ·-'·-···' '· Joel David Low, 91, of 4189 Locust Ave., who last Jan. 10 received a birthday card from P r e s i d e n t Elsenhower, died Thursday, ··. .,, .·-«-!·'-« .l The card from the President ·xpreswd regards for Low's life- lime stand as a staunch Repub- lean. _ Low had lived here since 1919, He wat a member of Klrsl Christian Church. Ha IBBVM PEDERSOK -- Arne, 63, of «ons. L e s t e r , Artie, Zimry, Charlie and David; daughters, rtrs. Dora Henlon, Mrt. Cora ifanh, Mrt, Edna Grotjean, Mrs. Lola Iven and Mrs. Rota ichroeder; and 24 grandchildren md 23 great grandchildren, ' Funeral service will be at 2 p.m. Monday In Patterson ft nlvely chapel, with Reuben Anderson, minister of Flnt 'hrlntlan, officiating. Interment '111 bo In Illinois. our it, ittr v INDEPENDENT--P*gi A.(3 Navy Will Shell Clements Island*'; .. * · -i.· The navy will conduct shore bombardment exercises at San Clement* Island M o n d a y 'Building Permits?;' Tkli mo.lk, ll.o:»,IM. .,, ..... A , mi MM, III.UI.ITI. ' Korl r.. Uocro Jr.. ·Mill.*, til] °WSta2** ', 44t« t. OIK. i: Miring co. t olilooor. V. Arlmon. f|y**romlly ipirt monli, 4ltt t. i». t97,tK»| ROM tn|l Roturl M«Nol««. iwlmmlni M Bmtiiii. h.sooi bun POO'I ·Ml Ull . E. triii, r: Jimii Fo« onKinotr, Rnlxrl MtNtl'l, owlmmlli HrUlili. lioM: Flouu , Irocter; Jlm» Foi oolrlMor. Wllllim Kllktiny, ·wlmmlnf bun), 1110 Bryint, IJ,«IW; ri«ti Pooll. «on. fitter: Jimii Fni, intlmit iw!3! w » """· """· " " IKuU»tl r»ll(»rnl« EJI.On Co.. orfltl illdlni. G9G Ortof*. I1.MO; Bllhlll »?p., rontnelor; K, W. pilmrMO, Wttkfon) M UlfMHt Morm, Kill. Ion, ill! OMtnbnir, It.ooo. H. U Mill, lUflllon, JIM PKHilh, I.MO- Wllllim n. (M«l|, roolniwri IMi Cnllnttrlnf ('a, inflMtr. « · S ronliruillok Co., r«n«. lira IWhlf. 11,040; Alllhllo Flncl C*., Rilwin M. Hilt, «d4IHo, 4IM Orty. wno4 I], 000. 1. W. Wltmor. rtwilllni, TIJI Km, .lnO| K. M ThompoM, cronlrirur. aont lf». ··Immlm pool, 2793 Rxl' or., I2.WKM): HunMt Pooli. ronlrarlori 1 .- ri. Ho.ird, duploi, lOod KtdoiMlol 1.IWO I upin, io«n nodndo. t.vnon. ' Mr. in4 Mr*. J. nrp«mtr, iddlllon r III ll.llflow.r. ITCH); hunt Coiulruo. HI Po.. conlritlitr. Hlrom stout, ojrtl4llon. MM nnpol, OM; C A, HlU. *fl*lroolnr. I! U Wilton, dtnolllloii. It Urvfln, through Friday of ne»t Scheduled firing'will b«:»« follows; on Monday, from n«oa until 8 p.m.; Tuesday, Wedw-J- dsy and Thursday from 8 «.m. until 10 p.m.; Friday, bttw^n 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. - ' ' " Flthcrmen and yuchttmen iri- warned to avoid the area, (hiring thete days. - j ^ . . / ~ ', Taylor Visits Chief " Before Taking Ov«r ; WASHINGTON «-*» --/Henty J. Taylor, newly-appolnteid-U. K, ambassador to Switzerland, paid farewell visit'to President Slienhower Friday before .Jeat* ng for his new pott, ,, ;C Taylor, a former newspaper ; and radio corwtpondent,: it · ong-tlme friend of the President. * - i' FURNITURE % « % APPLIANCTS, - OFF FOR HAWAII Mrs. Darlene Mlirray, 22, of San Diego, Is escorted , by Edwin V. Nelmcs of Hawaiian Steamship Lines '"* up gangplank of SS Lellanl for free trip to Hawaii \vhlch she won on "Queen for a Day" TV program.. She will meet husband, William Murray, Navy man stationed In Islands, for all-expense paid vacation. Police Arrest ;Manv , · ' . ' . ' ·' ·- ' . ; w '. ' ' · .. J + 'v**, ' ^ 1 ' -f ·, : .__ J\ on Extortion Note 1 .V.V . LOS ANGELES lUD--An un employed motel operator was ar rested In the Eagle Rock are Friday on suspicion of mailing $2,500 extortion demand for th Signal Hill, Dies at 102 1 Signal Hill's oldest reildent Mn, Corzelda Jane Hunt, 102 nf 1933 Junlpero Ave., diet Thursday. She had fallen April 36 and broken her hip.' Mrs. Hunt, a native of.Lima, Ohio, lived In the Signal Hill Lone Beach area 36 years. She survived three husbands, marry. Ing the third one, the late Will Hunt, when she was 73 years old. Among her survivors are three of seven children, A. Byrl Cox. T. Harvey Cox and Chester WJnebrlEht. · Also surviving are 8 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren. · · · · · · · · HER SONS reported ' that Mrs. Hunt was very alert, despite her age. She often told them stories of her childhood when Indians camped on the family farm In Gilford, Kan, Her body Is being shipped to Buffalo, Kan., for Interment Mn the family cemetery. Mottel's and Peek Mortuary Is In charge of local arrangements. safe return of Tommy Bowman, 8, mlttlne since March 23, Authorities said the note and the arrest of Leonard Edward Allen, 43, failed to disclose any Information of the whereabouts of the missing youngster who disappeared on a hiking trip In the Arroyo Seco Canyon above Pasadena. FBI agents and police of two cities took part In Allen's arrest and he was held on a federal charge In lieu of $10,000 bond. FBI agents said the extortion note was directed to Eldon Bowman, father of the missing boy. · · · · AFTER QUESTIONING A! en, authorities said h« knew nothing about the boy's,disappearance and they added "he ust tried to get In. on the act" The note, written on a torn ece of a shopping bag, wan mailed last April 9 In Glendale. t was sent to the Bowman lome In Redondo Beach whose police joined with Glendale offl era and federal agents In the nvestlgatlon that led to Allen's rreit. - . · Allen's arrest was disclosed when he was arraigned before 1. S. i Commissioner Theodore Hocke on H charge of violating to F e d e r a l Extortion Act tirough use of the malls. . The missing boy's father, a oreman at the Northrop Air- raft Company plant In Haw. lornc, still clung to hopes that Is son was alive. Fellow em- loyes at Northrop have posted $1,000 reward for Information wdlng to the finding of the boy. NAIL This Down as a Fact... 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