Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1963 · Page 12
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 12

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, April 3, 1963
Page 12
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tn» l««cx cint* »·£. tori i. HO Death Notices Working-Wife Trend Shows Rapid Rise By NORMAN WALKER vork because of financiali This represents a consid-jStattral - contributor to the \14 million stenographers and typists. About 33 million [work in factories or similar 'production tasks. In the last'census women] There ire 2-2 million bouse- SKIN ITCH WASMNGTON t« nearly one-third of a _ in'reasons--if single, to mar-jtheir own living; if to college. PROVAZNIK--Mrs. M a r-.both husband »nd wife jaret. 73, of 464! Grisham now holding paid jobs. Ave, died Monday. Surviving! Th L ra J^i ris * "*· t are husband, Charles; broth-j^, contributu^^'-- . .,, _ ers, Charles, Frank. Jeremiah,|jncome is underscored in thVoT having""» job or for die! Msgr. J. T. Fleming: sister.JLabor D e p a r t m e n t ' s new| purple of keepingtheir skffls| Miss Patricia Fleming. Rosaryj"" " ' " ~ today, 8 pm, Sheelar's Mor- Bvin « *^- percent of marriedctpl and help send children £ 1S50 ^ ^p had in- working fuU time aid Jcreased to 8 million *nd their 15-20 percent when working teachers nearly 7 Very few of the women;-|proportion to 22 percent. *. working wife is . sub- jart-tmie. Workers." on W o m e n from getting rusty." I The rise in job-holding It shows that within the among wives with working Holy Innocentsiwonien m the work force.'most dramatic set of stttis- tuary. Requiem Mass Thursday, 9 Church. .both single and married, presented in the booklet. grown to its highest peace- oat of the more than 40 mil- LAR.NTD--Mrs. Dons, 46,| t ime level of 34 percent. The foa married couples in the of Pleasanton. Calif.. former- )ra te is still rising, with more'nation about 125 million, or ly of Long Beach, died Mon-'than 24 million women em-'jbout 31 percent, have both day. Surviving are husband, ployed. 'husband and wife " ' John; daughters. N o r m a,] fh t department's women's'pajxhccks. L-nne: son. Paul Graveside bureau found most women, service Friday, 11 am. West FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass of tlu teeth birt ·u3erti ml nnbajrusicet becs.'ajK t^clr putt tljupped. lilpprf or wobbled it frost tb* vrud time. Da Bet itr* ta fnr of ikl* happenlztx tqyog. ic coa-teld) puwder. Tour pUtcs. Bntd llae t««t mcr* '~ 10 t^eT fwj mart comfort* a« lour. CbKU -put« t t h e r i c a c l d . BEAUTIFUL LOTS g -f t\ K IN TREE SHADED LUYN ^ JL VJ Cf clniJioJ FoH Zndowmtnl Car* and Mtmtrrtrr* Pi«dits« tojijr fat imma£tte at fttan w*. later- ·it fre« terms op to 35 motif... In* tontiac« tnilaUa ca BSftid tuTtnrn to jt»-oeel buyert. | COMPLETE FVNZRAL ILANI bcbz ctiet ud »H Mrrico. cnttctor bt, ooean( tnd c feet, fcwct Ttie, ett Fall cost 1316 Unwanted Haii^ FI1UANEKTIT IEUOYEO TIOM-- fa CsmpUtl laformatlM Contact WESTMINSTER MEMORIAL PARK . :» »!»d.. Wtjtniittitr . nmr. TW 3-2421-U M37T - IE 1-1725 14801 BtJcll 6!»d.. Westminster rrtitowt u-wti nit MOST wooisr · 1K105T FO»kTI :«?r ·"" : ws At«i I .n. -- E . «n« Irt. »» ·Ot flit IIOCHVIE. MAIt. T»[« AS WITH ««»t JU» ABOKESS, £" c« ea-n n FOt f*tt rt«»i«ii «Tt«*.t« TO *101 Htorlwrll Ii3£i«. II rii* ATCIIC. leifl Itsct »- floit Htmloct (.1114 -- 11 N* Aiiwtr: GE t-HJl l~ l«i A»9t!t -- Soi Fraicljc* -- Oaltoi J -- Sal Jos* DEI13IIC L,\BORATORIES '" M e m o r i a l Park. Hitch Mortuary, minster Graham Pleasanton, in charge. Diego. Dilday Family Funeral Directors in charge. GILJLESPIE razTOziAi^Edw«d. ». Ja £rsrrf£HS£fc of 1S32 Junipero Ave, diedj A ^ Sundly Suniving Monday. Sumvmg is mother,^ ^0^^ Mr,. Georgette Mrs. J o s e p h i n e Przj-drial °~ .. Service and interment in Detroit. M i c h . Holton Son Mortuary in charge locally. 'STEADMAN--Mr*. R5, of 2631 Maine Ave., died Monday. Surviving are two nieces, four nephews. Service Friday. 11 a.nv, MattelTs Peek Mortuary. Myhre; sisters. Mrs. Fanny Beirtell, Mrs. - Pearl Stout. Mrs. Nina Redding; four grandchildren, nine great- .grandchildren. Service today, Mary.lj pm r Paramount Mortuary. ALLEN--H e n r y. 44. ol 902'/i Gaviota Ave, died Sunday. Surviving are sisters, 1 Mrs, Vee Hurnphers, Mrs. Myrtle Bates; brother, John. Service today, 330 p,m, Dilday Family Funeral Directors. Q U I N S Y (Paramount)-Emest, 60, of 14121 McClure Ave, died Monday. Sun-i\-ing' are wife. Doris; brothers, Clyde Quinby, Phillip, Stan- sisters, Mrs. Ada Laura McCul- Service Thursday, 2 Miller-Sager Mortuary. POLKKI (\\Thnington) -John. 65, of 526 N. Broad ,, _ ,, , . , , _,, LEWIS-- MichaeL 16. 830 E. San Antonio died, Monday. Sumvm wife. Mabel: son. William; daughters, Mrs. Catherine KiTlingsworth. Mrs. Lucille Self, Mrs. Juanita Conlee; 14 prandchildren, nine g r e a t Ave, died March 22. Sun-iv- oi| ; ,» , re brother, David; sister, Josephine MiemL "' vice Friday, 930 Family Funeral - Directors. Long Beach. MeFADD EN -- Lawrence. 81 of 760 Rayln ond Ave, frandchildren Rosary today, d;ed Sunda Sunning are /30 p.m.. Dilday Famfly F u - l y Velma; Glena neral Directors. R « q u i e m ' U T e daughters, Mrs. Mass Thursday. 8 i.m, St Athanasras Church. £vd PATTERSON'-- Jame s, of 25 S. Daisy Ave, died Tume ^ Rena Misj GladjrJ McFld . den; sisters. Mrs. Florence "· S i u n d e r s . Mrs. Eliiabeth !Jeanerett; March 25. Surviving is son,L..^ v . __ brother, Alfred; James. Graveside service today. II-3O am. Fort Rosecrans National Cemetery. San NEW! eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Service Thursday, 11 « TM . Christea- sea-Pino's Redondo Avenue Mortuary. scuff armor makes all scuffed shoes look new again DUNCAN--James. 60, of 145 La V'eme Ave, died March 29. Surviving is wife,] Frieda. Service Thursday, 2 p.m, Christensen-Pino's Re-| dondo Avenue Mortuary. 1 S.NYDER--Mrs. Clara. 78, of Culver City, formerly of Long Beach, died Monday. Surviving ire daughter, Mrs. Lois Rouillard; brothers. Earl. Robert, John McArthur; sisters, Mrs. Gladys HUacs Mrs. Emile Sorenson. Service Thursdiy, 1 p.m, Patterson Snively Mortuary. Spain Tourist Boom LONDON Wt -- Spain did a booming tourist business last year with more than eight million foreign visitors--111,242 from the United States. Your Friends and Neighbors all say -"Keep Our Good Schools" SCHOOL BOARD ELECTION FRIDAY, APRIL 5 Re-elect our iacambett members to At Bovd ef Education, Lc«9 Beach Usiffcd ScKool District. DR. DWIGHT C. SIGWORTH [x GERALD S. (JERRY)JACOBS TED SULLIVAN A FerttaJ Iht ef tie Committee ef 500 to Keep Oar Coed Scfcooh ' R Ke ·wtHM *.«W, W, 1, Ilount M.D. - . . . _ ft. Brvitmtfum, O $ C. K %-t«rf 9. Ktoek J Oon*i lock* *·--. t M^ K. JL MfrMt C«r«r« A. J. Urtoa JMcCooK. jr. g ». WcC«A O O V . FrvicM i. CHEVY n If you'd like to escape everything but pure enchantment, try this Chevy II Nova SS with full Super Sport equipment. Special instrument cluster. Front bucket seats. All-vinyl interior. Distinctive SS identification. Full wheel disks. Choice of three-speed shift or floor-mounted Powerglide automatic* with sporty range selector console. All this plus Chevy II standard features: flush- and-dry ventilating system that helps remove rust- : j . causing elements from rocker panels; battery-easing '^ Delcotron generator; convenient self-adjusting iTv brakes; longer lasting exhaust system; styling fresh ::£ as morning coffee, poured into a rugged Body-by V2 ; Fisher--and more. · ' ' · ' ; " You'll find two can live"as cheaply as one--Tvheh ,,' they're living it up in a new Chevy II! ·opfiotai»t«i!neoA t/ 1 .. Cfery//tfera J00 SS C^crtc o^^ Ato era3^ « SS C^?f. SIJCT^ NOW SEE WHAT'S NEW AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S

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