Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1962 · Page 6
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 6

Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 2, 1962
Page 6
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-P«g. A-A-INDEPENDENT "·· »""· f-'SOUTliLAND SCUNK . **·* "Girl, 6, Badly Burned as Heater Ignites Gown GARDENA--Deborah Kay Palmer. G. suffered serious burns over nearly fc third of her body at 8:45 a.m. Sunday when her night- *UHUAL »t»ttMl*t OF fKVitv tnwfil L(ft iHWfMK. C*. WiHMTitM Strut !»·· twin Yt*r I - IXHI.UMI »na t * « f trw x tut nj we l«t»r etttiir tft« IM .0..; ItffM *r. *l «CK**tKt wlttl MW · ·--·4 $t«t»nwt Nr tit* urar eftdrtf b * f ji'_ m1 ' m ** !· t * N '"' gown caught fire from a wall heater. She was taken by ambulance to Bon Airt Hospital. Los Angeles, and was to be : , transferred lo the County Hospital. Lennox Sheriff's Deputy Jack J. Harrison reported that the child's mother. Mrs. Ardinc Palmer, was awakened by Deborah's screams at home. 1X18 W. El Segundo Blvd. Mrs. Palmer leaped from bed. . r o l l e d Dcboreh in blankets to smother the aid. The girl had tried to help her brother. David. 12. I to light a wall he.itor. A puff of flimc ignited her gown. Her condition late Sunday night was reported as serious. fttircotics Dentil PICO RIVERA -- Sheriffs homicide ditcctivcs searched Sunday for the pals of Ernest G. Casarez, 22. who dumped his dead body early Sunday on a hospital parkins lot *t 5216 Roscmcad Blvd. An a u t o p s y by the County Coroner's Office indicated death was caused by an overdose of narcotics. No other cause of death was found. Del. Sgts. Jim Wahlke and Bob C h a p m a n said Casarcz was identified by fingerprints and thlt his last known address was 1255 Isabel St.. Los Angeles. They said Casarcz had a police record as a narcotics user. When his dope-party pals found he was dead they dumped him from the car, the detectives theorized. Contract* Atmnlctl COSTA MESA --Award of four contracts, totaling $2,937,320 for construction of five ward buildings at Fairvicw State Hospital here was announced by the California Department of Clftreiiioiit Village Green o\\nt Senior Citizens! A New and Finer Way of Living In tlir dcliijlitfiil rni-ironmtnt of the aclirc COLLEGE CITY OF CLAREMONT ici//i wo fees nr inrmtmrnt requital · One Slory I A 2 hr. IlUlhctI homo · Pullinq ftm, »hulllch^rj. hflltd po"! · Air-iiiiHliiinnnl. ulp«n. dtapti. rtfrif. · hlixki to 5 Collrcti. Comens, Library · $«ii.c»«l tluMmu.t -- fully mitiplf ltd · * hlcxll lo trnlf r of ClirrrtKint A Shopping · I jpi.!jr),rrjmii«. inline A «ratinc rmi. ·W'jlli lo finilhins-- «r not ntfnwry MODI.K.11F. Ki:ST.ilS f""t J/. 1 ' -- U'"A ;/·· f/.all jatililin at no e\l'a tlurgei Public Works In Sacramento. They are: General work to Ten Construction Co.. L o n g B e a c h , $2.000,090. Comb i n e d mechanical worl: (plumbing and hestip,",). to Murray Co., O a r d c n a , $679.419. E l e c t r i c a l work to Grimes Electric, Santa Ana, $171,514. Food service equipment work, to Berlin Food Equipment Co., South San Francisco, $86,297. The buildings, which are d e s i g n e d to care (or mentally retarded patients, are typical ward structures, similar to those already in use at the institution. Each building contains two wards of 70 beds each. The hospital's capacity will be increased by about 700 beds. On Chnpmim Hoard ORANGE--The assistant director of the California D e p a r t m e n t of Youth Authority. Paul J. McKusick. has accepted membership to the Chapman College Board of Governors, the college has announced. McKusick, a graduate of Chapman, has previously s e r v e d on the college's Board of Trustees fur 1!) years. The state official has been with the CVA since 1D42 and was superintendent of the Preston School of Industry at lone until his present appointment in Sacramento last year. In 1054 he was named the C h a p m a n College Alumnus of the Year. 17081 A Street, llunlington Death, a farm v.-ork*'. was killed at 5:47 p.m. Sunday when thrown from his car to the pavement after a two-car collision at Warner Avc. and Beach Blvd. Police «aiil Meredith'* car crashed with a car towing a boat-trailer. Seven other persons were taken to hospitals, but only one, David Coons, 19. of 15802 Lone Ridge. Whitticr. was listed as seriously Injured.. He suffered a cut across the right eye. HAROLD aptts.,. you s«f w/iof yea pay for In SERVICE ON YOUR TV Ht MJJ PACIFIC AYE. RADIO TV mi rACinc AVI. HT. im MOV'DNtVERKHOWSHtHAD 'PSORIASIS llrrauir, lilr hundrcdi of thoiKir.if et r*i» tad women, the mo MKUIL. «rbkh tends to ftnjote the ciitf nil ctum tnd loin of ptoruu* oa tfnu, · Inu. Kilp «nj other ram of the body. Apply SIKOIL befot* (oinR to htj; it won't «u'n tfotb. in* or bedding. SIROIL It inld on 2-weekf. umfation or money b«k b««i«. Get it todljr. 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