Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 23
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 23

Long Beach, California
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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Page A-24--INDEPENDENT Un» ElKh, Cilll., Frl., Mir. II, IHi DraeDemo Defections pieerGOP COLUMBIA, S.C. WP--With four high-level defectors from the Democrats already in camp, South Carolina Repub lican leaders promised Thurs day, "We'll get some more \ye haven't run out of gas yet" \. Leaders of both parties agreed, however, that GOP candidates face uphill cam paigns in state elections thi: fall. Four Democratic member of the State Legislature havi s.witched to the Republican in the past week. » * * » ! THE GOPS top prize wa Sen. Marshall Parker, 43, top Democratic leader fo years. Parker promptly an npunced he will seek the Ri :' publican nomination for th U.S. Senate seat now held h Democrat Donald S. Russel Rep. Joseph O. Rogers, another legislative leader'fo the Democrats, s w i t c h ' e earlier in the week arid sa he would run against ihcum bent Democratic Gov. Robe McNair. McNair, who-becam governor last year when Ru sell, then governor, filled th vacant Senate seat after the! death of Olin D/-Johnson,'wUl seek a full four-year-term: Y a n c e y McLeod, ' st ^ Democratic chairman,-: .jsaid he doesn't know pfariy; party stalwarts who plan to cross the political;:fence, but,ad mitted: .-'iv' "After 'jhat one-yesterday '(Parker) I-'; just don't know. That cameras~a surprise.". Republican .Chairman Harry T\rt«'*-'-5»»J^ -,.*'Tiieii 1 A n'r^.'crvnK* Death Notices LIVINGSTON--Nathan, 67, .S. Army (ret.), .' of 1221 orida St.; died ' Thursday. urviving are wife, Roslyn; rother, Ted. Service Monday, 30 p.m., Veterans Adminis ation Cemetery, West Los Uigeles. Mottell's Mortuary charge. Bjorkman! Rosary tonight;. 8, Pilday FamilyiFuheral Directors!' R*quiem mes3;3*tardsy, 10:30 .a'in.; 1 ' St.,- Bartholomew Church, with her son officiating. BURGE--William E., 23, J.S. Navy, of 345 Daisy Ave., ied Wednesday. Surviving re wife, Janalee; daughter, "arolyn; parents, Mr. and ,1rs. Dale Burge; · brother, ohn. Service Monday, 10 BUTLER--Mrs. Frances 85, of 1280 E. Fourth St., died Thursday. Surviving are sisters, ..Mrs. Nancy Nettleton, Mrs. jRuth'.McLaury. Service M o ri d a y, 2 p.m., Mottell's Mortuary. .m., Dilday Directors. Family Funeral THOMAS (La Mirada) -- acob J., 77, of 12815 S. Burgess Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Marie; son, erome; daughter, Mrs. Marie Gideon; brothers, J o s e p h , 'rank, Albert; sister, Mrs. llara Schilling. Rosary tonight, 8:15, Chapel of Memories, Norwalk. Requiem Mass Saturday, 9 a.m., St. Paul of the Cross Church.' SMITH--Cora Lee, 79, of 469 Dawson Aye., died Thursday. Surviving are daughters, Mrs. A l b e r t a Willis, Mrs Helen Wales, Mrs. A l i c e Boyle; sister, 1 Mrs; T. J. Me- Guire. Service. .Saturday, '* p.m., Mottell's .Mortuary. FRANKENFIELD -- Carrie Edria, 86, of 1425 Cedar Ave. d i e d Wednesday. Surviving a r e daughter-in-law, Mrs Pauline' Frankenfield; grand d a u g h t e r , Sister Miriam Joanne. S e r v i c e Monday ROBERTSON -- Ann W., 5, of-:.232 Marker St.; died Wednetty. S u r v i v i n g are ouailni, Mrs. Laura; M. Thonv s, Mr*.'-Maiine · Cook. Serice today, 7 p.m., Rosecrans Mortuary. BAYNES -- Myrtle I., 75 f 5337 Abbeyfield St., died Wednesday. S u r v i v i n g are aughters, Mrs. Dorothy Bel- ire, Mrs. Beverly Brown; rothers, Delbert, Clark, Robrt Slattery; sister, Mrs. Druz- lla Taplin. Service Saturday, 0:30 a.m., Christensen-Pino ^edondo Avenue Mortuary. GATUFF (Anahelm)-^Edna Mae D., 84, of 833 Hanover St, died Wednesday.-,Surviving: are sons, ' Elton, Eugene; - daughters, Mrs. .Helen Lucian, Mrs'. Edna- Zauss. Service Saturday, 1 p.m., Peek Family' Colonial F u n e r a l Home, Westminster. -.-_· SMITH (Santa Ana) -- Roy E., 84, cattle dealer, .of 4209 W. Flight Ave., died Wednesday. Surviving are son si. Bernard, Roy, Floyd, Jay; daughter, Mrs.: Lola Kinsley. Ser-, vice Saturday, 3 p.m., Peek Family Colonial Funeral Home Westminster...·'.'.' ' .. 12:30 tuary. p.m., Mottell's Mor S. Den /some . . more ffossibilities.: : y^e haven't run ouf'of/gasTyeiiandi -think we mayfget^s.p.nie.inore.'' The ' ' last "wselt;.. when- 'Repsij Jerry Hughes arid Ffbd Connor,' both of Orangeburg, 'aiinouiiced they were joining the Republicans because of disenchantment with President Johnson's administration. "I think fellows who are switching have misunderstood the real strength of the Demo cratic Party," said McLeod. s TVES -- Eula S., 70, of 13' Santa Ana Ave., died Wednes day. Surviving are husbanc 'rank; sons, Elwood, Wayne Myrian; daughters, Mrs. A! cesteV Paulsen, Mrs. Lorrain Gladehi, Mrs. John Cosby Mrs. : Shirley DeNunzio, Mrs Sbnhie Sawyer. Service Mon day, .2 p;m., Immanuel Baptis Church. Dilday Funeral Direc tors in charge. MILUGAN--Charlotte Janette, 73, of 39 Savona Walk, died Wednesday. Surviving are brothers, David, Hugh, Robert, and Frank Kilbreath; sister, Ruth Kilbreath. Private s e r v i c e today, Westminster M e m o r i a l Park Mortuary. Family suggests contributions to Heart Fund. daughters, Peggy A. and -inda R. Brown; sisters, Mrs. Bertha Waters, Mrs. Mildred Neidlgh. Service today, 10 a.m., VA Cemetery, West Los Angeles. Motteli's Mortuary n charge. GALLAGHER--Mary Ann 89, formerly of 535 Crystal Court, died Tuesday. Surviving is sister, Mrs. Julia L Taylor. S e r v i c e today, 1( a.m., Patterson Snively Mortuary. NEWSHAM (Norwalk) -Cate Frances, 85, of 13749 Crewe St., died Sunday. Sur- ·ivihg is son, Richard A. Service today, 1 p.m., Grandview v l e m o r i a l Park, Glendale. Norwalk Mortuary in charge. BROWN--Louis Clyde, 58 cleaner, of 416 Elm Ave., diet W e d n e s d a y . Surviving are California in Bid for Nuclear Plant SACRAMENTO W) -- Senate Finance Committee sent to the upper house floor Thursday a resolution requesting federal officials to select California as the site for the proposed $300-million atomic pSrt!£le accelerator. The resolution, by Assembly Speaker Jesse M. Unruh, D-Inglewood, declares thejeg- islature would appropriate $15 million for site-selection if the stale is selected. '· COMPLETE FUNERALS From $120 CEJIBTEKY LOTS Frtm $1SO MAUSOLEUM CRYPTS From $465 I*jsimitutor itouwnal ptrfe Mortuary--Cemetery E*.rv*M«« T»«f»«r I" Out l*«nfH«l «» · 14801 BEACH BLVD., WESTMINSTER GEnov* l-eSH-TWinoaks 3-2421-JE£Cen,on 1-1725, NACIO (Norwalk)--Thomas, 59, of 11400 N o r w a l k 31vd., died Monday. Requiem Mass today, 8 a.m., St. John of God Church; Norwalk Mortuary in charge. GAIRICH (Bellflower) -Kirk Allen, ,7-month-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Gairich, 'of 9844 Walnut St., died Tuesday. Also surviving are brother, Keith; sisters, Elizabeth, Nina; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gairich, Mr. and Mrs. Gustava Geilhausen. S e r v i c e today, 11 a.m., Bellflower Mortuary. BIGGlNS^-Thomas Patrick, 70, veteran of World War I; o f ' 716 E. Cajson- St., -'died Monday. Surviving are wife, Elsie L.; : son, .V e.r n o n T. Jecjuiem Mass was 'Thursday, Jtter-McKiriley'vLak e w 6 o d Mortuary, in charge. SPICER--Gertrude, 86, of 5171 E..27th St., died Thursday. S u r v i v i n g are sons, Ernest, Houston;-., daughters, Mrs. P a u l i n e Betase, Mrs Bertha' Bouchie,. Mrs,- Mary Martin; Mrs. Rose Thornton Mrs. Christine. Mays, Mrs Helen fierce.' Service · Satur They are counting too much day, 12:30 p.m., Westminste on the 1964 presidential vote Memorial Park Mortuary. when we lost the state.' McLeod pointed out that no Republican in modern times has won a statewide race in South Carolina.' Sen. Strom Thurmond, R-S.C., switched in 1964 and will run for re-election this year for the first time on the GOP ticket. Rep. A l b e r t W a t s o n , R-S.C., switched in 1965 and was reelected last year in a vote that was confined to the pro- Republican 2nd District. No Democrats have yet announced to o p p o s e either Thurmond or Watson.' These two would be favord no matter who runs against them. But Parker and Rogers are admittedly taking long shots in running for the Senate ant governor. "We are sure we will hole what we've got in Thurmom and Watson," said the GOP' NELSON--Rudolph Albert of 855 Chestnut Ave., diet Wednesday. Surviving a r wife, D a r l e e n ; son, Allan daughter, Mrs. Joan Ritchie stepson, Edward Fausch; step daughter, Mrs. Corinne Han sen. Service Monday, 11.a.m., Mottell's Mortuary. SUNNYSIDE fiowtogetkct PLEZ--Freeman Jr., 074 California Ave. S a t u r d a y . 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