Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 33
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P.gt A-34--INDEPENDENT Death Notices 1 COFFEE -- William Edwin, son Cash; daughters. Mrs., FOIE -- Henry. S5, of 423 77 ot 2331 Easy Ave, died Katherine Haroetiaux. MisSjW. Ninth SL, died Wednev Thursday. Survmnt are wife,'Elizabeth Sanderson. Service day. Surviving art brother, Fay; dau t bten. Mrs. Virginia'today. 3 p-m, Patterson Henry, sister*. Mrs. Tina Ej- Storrey. Mrs. Margaret Bond; 1 Snively Mortuary. reress. Mrs. Emm Zeinsky. tons. Wffliam Jr, George.} -- Private service scheduled in · Patrick. Service Monday 10 HAY--Mrs. Edith May, of.Sunnyside Memorial Park, am, B. W. Coon Funeral20C9 E. Third SL, died Patterson t SniveJy Morta-1 Hcme. | Wednesday. Surviving broth- uy in charge. COLLETTE -- Patrick. 49.1 of 343-B E. 20th St, died Wednesday. · Surviving j ire Patrick, Mrs. E v e n I . - 'er, William O. Kttaan. Ser- · GREE.VBERG -- Mrs, EUa.;vice Saturday. 3 p.ra, Mot- Sr. of 2720 E, First St, died telTt Mortuary, Thursday. Sumviaj are hus-j inursoay. auznvuc WT cu»-], · · ., band, Albert R; daughters, PEHRSON -- Mrs. Anna)'TM. Mrs. Stanley Henline, Mrs. Victoria. 70. ot 3270 Cerritosi^y: Gregory Corby; brother Louis Ave, died Wednesday. Sur- R. Strieker. Service Monday, viving are husband. Oscar W.; II »jn, MottelTs Mortuary, daughter, Mrs. Ellen Forward; sou, George V^ sisttr, Mrs. , , . . : ELLISON -- Joseph K, SIJBenha Uruala. Service Moa- charge- bf 13SOO Annandale Drive.'day. No. 12, SeaJ Beach, died'ary. pja, MottelTs Morta- CLTEERTSO.V (Compton) --Mrs. Edgar M, 74.' of 802 ,. ,, . iN. Locust Ave, died Wednes-1 wife. Ladje: daughter, Mrs.] KA1IANU -- David X. "-'day. Surviving are sons. Gunti^..i.._ rk;*w.r^ C»i-tif» r /i fit ^Js/Tl Rravtnn Ave_-died , Wednesday. Surviving are| Douglass Diamond. Service J5!. of 5SCT Brayton Ave, died , cr L yj^. Daughter. MrsI Mar- Saturday, 1 pia. Peek Fam-AVednesday. Surviving aft'jorie Hig^ns; brothers, Cor- ify Colonial Funeral Home. s-ns. Merle. Oivld; "VSn-j V m. Charles Hinkley: sisters. ' Bim rg--Mn Nettie Miv |tc "' Mis - Tt "" ,, 1 ; S '.Mrs. Orpha Lantz. Miss Olive v: r,f ill Rh« St died'' 1 "- Rboda Ml ,7 .,^"'iHinkley. Service Saturday, 10 £r*£A - S-JSto^^Jto.SS ^ Hmter Mortuaiy John; daughters. Mrs. ^fy tmQt ^ Mrfc ^^ K ahanu; COUGH -- Mrs. Jane H, I Woodary, Mrs. Alice CnUer.'^^ ^^^ ^ s ters, Mrs. 82, of 172 E. Allington St, Sen-ice today. 1 pja., th^-^Dor, Kane. Mrs. Elizabeth died Wednesday. Surviving lar's Mortuary. 'Kahaunaele. Mrs. Louise Jere-|are sun, Joseph; sister. Miss - : SANDERSON -- Lewis Tjmiah. Mrs. Alice Smith. Serv-;Margaret Howe!!; stepdaugh- 91 of 259 Grand Ave, died ice in Hawaii. Ho!ton Son ter. Mrs. Mary McCarthy. Wednesday. S u r v i v i n g are Mortuary in charge locally. Service Monday, 1 pjn. Hunter Mortuary ChapeL ' ELDER--Robert F, 74, of I 2303 E. 14th SU died Tuesday. S u r v i v i n g are u-ife. Rite Set for L.B.Man ' i U* Jf» O U I V I V I U ^ 4UC »* il C, T/ r *7I I * 1/f* C!f. ,,. f* Anita; son. John; daughter, Killed 1H Mine Olian M«. JuneWler. Re|uitm 'Mass today, 10 ajn, St An' Funeral sen ice for a vet- pair was interested mn Long Beach oU-field ,u.'P»»l«tin S on the side. wrvwnr Rohf rt Allen Pro- P"" 0 TM" s wdo pemsor Robert Allen Pro-^y the |w( ^ wost 5 . k i l l e d Wednesday to the old rr.inmg community . Anemone. Church. B W. Coon funeral Kome_,n_charge. DODSON (Paramount) -- I o , 53, of I3S03 Fair- Av . die d Wednesday. I Johnnie; . In » fall down an abandoned 75 miks from Us Ve gij two Suniving are wife, mine shaft near Searchlight u .^KS ago in an attempt to dau S hter, Mrs. Billie Fmlej- Kev, will be Monday at 11 recover jdditional gold and brokers, Herbert Jo gold and brothers, Herbert, John Uliss; Old Blossom 1 jister, - - - - - - - ' a lease. Service Monday, 2 pum. Para- ] * .!,, f.Ti mount Methodist Church. Par- .v i f , 2« /'"'amount Mortuary ia charge. the Iiit some oO iett NEVADA authorities said above the bottom of the shaft axrinChurihof OurFathers,! s j| vtr f^n Forest Lawn. Cypress. ) go!1 ; Hunter M o r t u a r y u in charge. Provost, cf 5617 California Nevada authorities listed the CAS1D1AX--The Rev. Arthur D, «. of 24S E. Artesia Blvd.. died Tuesday. Surviv-' 'Ave, fell from the lift bucket'dcath aj accidental in the 400 - foot - dctp shaft) Born in Coalings, Provost ing are wife. Iva: son, the; tivtiile it was being raised to had made his home in Long Rev. Edwin E. Cashman: sis- 3he surface by a companion,! Beach for 25 years. He worked tcr, Mrs. Grace Stultz. Serv- %Joseph Neavcs. |a!l o\cr the Southwest on oil ice today, l\3Q pan. First - Neavcs. head r-f Neave Pe- development. iChurch cf the B r e t h r e n . .troleum Co. of Beverly Hills.j The couple has two chil- Compton, B. W. Coon Fu- Provost's employer. The drcn, Leon and Donna. Jnera! Home in charge. 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