Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1962 · Page 13
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 13

Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 2, 1962
Page 13
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MrSr J6hn E. Carr Dies at S.F. Mrs. Katharine Williams Carr, CO. wife of John E. Carr. died Saturday at the University of California Hospital, San Francisco, only 15 minutes before her husband arrived to bring her home to Newport Beach. Mrs. Carr- was active In social and charitable groups in Long Beach for many years. Her husband. John E. Carr, for 22 years was associated with Buffums' here, leaving his position as vice president and general manager of Buf- fums' three years ago to become director of the State DC- ·urtment of Employment and later State Finance Director. He retired recently. The Carr family home Is at Oil Lido Park Drive. Newport Beach. Mrs. Carr suffered a heart attack two months ago while visiting relatives at San Francisco and has since been under treatment at the hospital. Carr. expecting to bring her home Sunday, flew to San Francisco Saturday and arrived at the hospital 15 minutes after her ' uncxpectw death, relatives here said. The Carrs had been married 38 years. M For Rent . . A HEARING AID § o e = N ¥jt TER MONTH = L ffi f u u COST ~^ v^ * No deposit or advance payment. A- No lease contract to sign ... 1 ACOUSTIGQN of BELLFLOWER £'£!!, Simple, private rites for Mrs. Carr will be held Wednesday at Porter.-!!!:, Calif., after cremation 'at San Francisco. The family asks donation to heart or cancer funds in lieu of other exprcs sions from friends. Mrs. Carr, a native Call fornian. was the daughter of a pioneer California shipper. Besides her husband her survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Lester Emmes, of San Francisco, two sons. Dr. John 11. Carr of San Rafael and Harry C. Carr, 6325 Colorado St.. Long Beach, sales reprcscnta live for I.O.M.. and twelve grandchildren. . TAYLOR ( H u n t l n g t o n Beach)--Harry J. U 57. of 1035 12th St., died Saturday. Surviving are wife. Elizabeth KALASH K-54 COUPON SALE Williams Service Set for Tuesday f I Funeral service for John R. ·'(Jack) Williams, investment B j broker in Long Beach for 30 Jyears, will be held Tuesday at 2MU p.m. at the B. \V. Coon Funeral Home. Death Notices ANGLAND--HaroM C. 73, f 5200 E. Broadway, died Saturday. Surviving are son, tennis; sister, Mrs. Marion daughter, Jacqueline: son. Dean; f i v e grandchildren. Ned; sister. Mrs. Charlotte Jones: mother, Mrs. Rene Taylor. Service T u e s d a y , 3 p.m.. Mottcll's Peck Mortuary. IIORTNAGL-- Mrs. Lily F.. 74. of 15CO E. 63rd St.. died Sunday. Surviving a'o hus- wnd. Lorenz; sons. Charles, Hiram, and A l b e r t Scott: daughters, Mrs. Zclda Harris, Mrs. Beatrice Robins. Mrs. Grace Laing, Mrs. Mary Dan iels; s i s t e r s . Mrs. Rosetta Scott. Mrs. Eliza Hiimblin. Service Tuesday. 1 p.m.. Lone Beach First Ward Chapel. Church of Jesus Christ of Utter-Day Saints. Sixingbcrg Mortuary in charge. LODAL --Mrs. E.. 74, of 4506 Constance California Avc.. died Sunday. Surviving is husband, Lawrence. Serv ice and interment at St. Paul, Minn. Spongbcrg Mortuary in charge locally. K-54 a an original and eiclujive development of Kalath Research. In thit research K-54 has been clinically tested and found cifrcmely effective for nutritional" replacement of vitamins and minerals. So unusual and dramatic were the results of the research on K-54 that newspapers and magazines reported the news around the world. Try K-54 fodayl I I Rev. Wendell S. Tredick and _ Rev. Llewelyn Evans of First J Presbyterian Church will officiate. Private burial will be I at Westminster M e m o r i a l ·|I'ark. · Williams, of 31)22 Rose Ave., died Saturday at a local Convalescent home after a long illness. He was 88. · * * * A 50-YEAR resident of Long Beach, he was a broker for the Lester Ryans Co. Williams was a life member of Elks Lodge RS8 and past dis- K-54 WITH THIS COUPON K-54, 12 Tablets REGULARLY 58.25 ... K-54, 279 Tablets REGULARLY SI 5.95.. S 6.19 S 11.97 COUPON EXPIRES APRIL 15, 1962 Mall and* f»o«« Ordtri Welcome! In California Add 4'* Join Tai KALASH VITAMINS 823 PINE AVE. HE 2-1272 ...... Downtown Long Beach OPEN » to 5:30 MOM. THRU HI. -- SAT. lo 4 T. M. etr THI CINUINI mm mm Axtrira'l UrftU Jt/E«f TOILET TANK BALL w«i*r cfitr 75C AT HARDWARE HOKtS LARSEN --Charles A., 72. of 1101 Raymond St., died Saturday. Surviving nrn wife. Hazel A.; daughters, Mrs. Pat Pothaski, Mrs. Lucille Hub bard, Mrs. Sussie O'Kecfe suns. Jack, Ray, Paul, Jerrj W. R o s a r y today. 7 p.m White Funeral Home. Dell' flower. Requiem Mass Tucs day, 9 a.m., St. B e r n a r d Church, Bellflower. Service Wednesday. 2 p.m., ilottell's Peck Moituary. STEKKEMIUKU -- Mrs. -ena J.. 78. of 1840 E 5Glh t.. died Sunday. Surviving arc sons, Ernest. John, Paul, jcorgc; d a u g h t e r s . Mr?. Muriel Peck. Mrs. A n c t t e Conklin; brother, Gcrrit Klein; 1 grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. FLANNIGAN -- Ovules J.. G9. of 303-1 Theresa St., died fhursday. Surviving are wife. )ollie; daughter, Mrs. Helen Staccy. Rosary today, 7:30 p.m.. Requiem Mass Tuesday, '30 a.m.. St. Matthew's Church. Dilday Family Funeral Directors in charge. WALSH --Mrs. Winifred, if Hillsboro, Ore., formerly of Long Beach, died Tuesday. Surviving are husband. Stew art: son. D o u g l a s flames: WINSLOW--Irvin D.. 80. f 3609 Ccrritos Ave.. died Saturday. Surviving art wife, mogene; n e p h e w , Robert Roche. Service Tuesday. 2 .m.. Dilday Family Funeral )iutturs. _____ LESER -- Mrs. Anna. 84, of 2052 Pine Ave., died Sun- lay. Surviving are husband, Stephen; daughter, Doris: son. .eland: sister, Mrs. Sarah Lett. Service Tuesday. 3:30 ).m., Dilday Family Funeral Jirectors. daughter. Mrs. Fields. Service M a r g a r pending at Dilday Family Funeral Direc ;ors. SMITH--Truman B.. 65. ol G362 California Avc.. died Saturday. S u r v i v i n g art mother, Mrs. Minnie Smith; Brother, Carlyle; sisters, Mrs llernice Land. Mrs. ElTM Orrico. Service Tuesday, 11 a.m., Dilday Family Funent' Directors. tut*. CMK. MM, AMU I IM1 INDEPENOENT-P.g. B-3 Townsftiil Chili 10 Meet* 1'rlduy Noon Townsend Club No. 10 will dinner. meet Friday noon at Linden Hall. Broadway and Linden Avenue, for a covered-dish Loren McCannon, assistant city manager, will be guest speaker. SEND -YOUR Easter Gleaning NOW I BROWN DERBY CLEANERS 6158 LONG BEACH BLVD., L. B. SAFETY The strong reserve position of COAST FEDERAL gives added protection beyond the insurance on each account LONG BEACH: 3rd locust · HEmlock 7-7481 MAIN OFFICE: 9th Hill, Lot Angelti · MAdison 3-1351 trict governor of Rotary In ternational as well as pasi president of the Long Beach Rotary Club. He was a mem her of the First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include w i f e. Rose; sister, Mrs. Gladys E. Lewis; brother. Rev. Caradoc P. Williams. The family suggested that donations be sent I to the F.xceptional Children's Foundation, 4519 Stearns St. Virl Copter Crashes SAIGON, South Viet Nam (,P)--Three Vietnamese crewmen were injured in the crash of their U. S.-huilt helicopter at Cao Lanh. 120 miles southwest of Saigon, informed .sources said Sunday. The .helicopter was being used to bring out wounded in fighting against rebels. MAYTAG... RATED NO. 1! Factory Authorized Maytag Sales Service BOND STOVE WORKS OPEN TONIGHT UNTIL 9 HOME BIG CAPACITY MAYTAG WASHER SPECIAL DURING THIS EVENT MODEL A-100 EASY TERMS Plus these additional "Do Something" Features Fully Automatic Water Temperature Selection Lint Remover Tub Water Saver Safety Lid Switch Top Loading Unbalance Switch Maytag Agitator Action MAYTAG Halo-of-Heat 9 Dryers and Famous Wringer Models at Rock Bottom Prices! Serving Long Beach for more than 37 years--Serf Bond 965 E. 4th HE 5-5669 STOVE WORKS OPEN MONDAY FRIDAY EVENINGS · SUNDAYS 11 TO 5:30 K Find your treasure island of vacation fun in Hawaii jot Only short hours away via United is a variety of vacation pleasures unmatched anywhere in the world. If you like sports, you can golf for giant Black Marlin off the Kona Coast, spcarfish in an underwater para- »_AX 'disc ^M · · · learn to ride a surfboard ^ · · · or sa '" m a sw »^ cata ' 14 ' ^ maran. JMK For the quieter moments, you can soak up sun on world-famous beaches o-Ci frT^ia^.'.^ (including the unique black sand beach)... enjoy the awe-inspiring scenery / that each of the Islands has to offer... or shop for exotic gifts of Polynesia 'C* and the Orient in the casual atmosphere ^5 of the International ^» u* Market. For nighttime fun-there's the excitement of the Hawaiian shows /Wk/Vk ns well as Oriental and Western entertainment. K^k For the gourmet, there's the delight of a native luau. v3fl t 3itOFQ itf Your Travel Agent w'" loll you how you can en joy 9 adventurous days, 8 exotic nights in Honolulu for ns little as $62.01* (per person, double occupancy), plus nir fare. Rememlxjr, there's a fly now, pay Inter plan available, too. Your Thwcl Agent will make all the arrangements, including your jet reservations on United, your hotel, nil sightseeing trips, and if you wish, a rental car. ·Un.trt Toff »IT.U»H-IJ womcr* HUT UNITED

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