Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1962 · Page 15
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Death Notices (Continued From Page D-6) Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Re- both at Our Lady Of Rosary Church, Paramount. P a r a m o u n t Mortuary In charge. · CRUZ (Paramount) -- Jose, 55. of 15527 S. Georgia Ave.. died Monday. Surviving are The wife.-Mary; daughters. Mn. Lupe Gutierrez. Mrs. Margaret Palumbo, Miss Anna Cruz, sons, Joe, Valentine. Manuel. 'NarciKi; brother. Ralph; ds- ter, Mrs. Josephine Haddock; father, Valentine Cruz. Rosary today, 830 p.m.. Paramount GROSS (N'orwalk) -- Mrs. Florence A-, 33, of 13110 Cur- 111 King Road, died Saturday. Surviving ire husband 8 a.m., Of The Rosary Church, Para' mount. Paramount Mortuary In charge. Mortuary. R e q u i e m Mass Frank; daughter, Mary Annr; sisters. Mrs. Wilma Ellis. Mrs. Lorraine Valentine; brother, BUI Fisher, father.. Elmer Fisher, mother, Mrs. Josephine Gebhart. R o s a r y Wednesday, 830 p.m., Requiem Mass Thursday, both [ a t St. John Of God Church, Norwalk. Paramount Mor- Ituary In charge. Read nil nbout her great come-back in LOOK Magazine's newest issue with the cover picture of Judy nnd her children. Don't miss it! TOD AY... GET DOVER (Bellflower)-- Mrs Eva. 52. of D903 E. Park St died Sunday. Surviving arc husband, Wilbert E.: daugh tcr. Mrs. Esther Sanchez; son David L.; sisters. Mrs. Franklc Graham. Mrs. Alice Wibbell brothers. Melvin. Floyd D Hoskins. Service Thursday 1030 a.m.. De Young t Smith Bellflower Mortuary. DORAN (Buena Park)-- Ira V.. «, of 6585 Berry Avc died Saturday. Surviving ar sister. Mrs. Peart Crawford Drothcr, Harry Doran. Servic and Intcment in Wichita. Kan Dilday Family Funeral Direc tors. Long Beach, in charg locally. STERRENBURG -- Mr Lena J.. 78. of 1840 E. 56t St., died Sunday. Siirvivin are sons, Ernest. John, Pau George; d a u g h t e r s , Mr Muriel Peck, Mrs. A n e t : Conklin; brother, Gcrrit Kleii 11 grandchildren and nin great - grandchildren. Scrvi today. 1030 a.m.. Pattcrso Snively Mortuary. ENTWISTLE -- Guy L.. 76. ( 1633 E. First St.. died Friday. Surviving are wife, Hertia; son, E. A.; daughter, Mrs. el L. Andrews; brother, lerle; sister, Mrs. P h i l i p *app Service today, 11 a.m.. lottell's Peek Mortuary. WELCHER--Mrs. Goldle .. 82, of 2324 Myrtle Ave. led Saturday. Surviving are on, Harold McDowell; sisters, Irs. Clara Herrick. Mrs. Hael Kuwitzkl; brother, Ray Vintcrs; two grandchildren and four great-grandchildren crvicc today noon. Mot ells Peck Mortuary. tbroskl. Rosary was Monday, Lakewood Mortuary. Re- ulem Mass today, 8 am, St oseph's Catholic Church. Lakewood M o r t u a r y In barge. BROWN --Samuel D.. 76, f CG34 Rose Ave., died Sat rday. Surviving are wife, carl E.; sons. Harvey J., Ernest F., Frank L.; daughter. Irs. Elizabeth R o b i n s o n ; rothcrs, Ernest. Dave; sister, llss Kathcrine Brown. Serv- ce Wednesday, 2 p.m., Hunter lortuary. WHITE--Mrs. Jessie R., 75 f 28GI Silva St.. Lakewood led Sunday. Surviving are aughtcr. Mrs. Phyllis Locke ive grandchildren and on great - grandchild. Servic Vedncsday. 1030 a. m.. Beth my Lutheran Church. Lake wood Mortuary in charge jraveslde burial s e r v i c Wednesday. 130 p. m.. Mon ecito Memorial Park, Sa Jcrnardino. ROEDER--George W.. 78 of 6913 Harvey Way. Lake wood, died Saturday. Survix ng are wife, Lorene; daugh ters, Mrs. Frances A. Penrosc Mrs. Robinette R. Grady; an four grandchildren. Servic today. 1030 a. m. Lake woo Mortuary. HAASE--Mrs. Marie H..4 of 2808 Josie Avc., died Sa urday. Surviving are husban Arthur, mother, Mrs. Marj INDEPENDENT-P«gi B-7 LMt UK* CMI, IMI, AWU I, tut are wife, Anna; brother, Scott. Masonic funeral service today, 11 a. m.. In Atascadero. LODAL--Mrs. Constance E., 74. of 4506 California Ave., died Sunday. Surviving Is husband, Lawrence. Grave side service Wednesday, 11 ., Oakdale Memorial Park. Glendora. Spongbcrg Mortuary In charge. Shoulders and Legs Ache? LONG BEACH - Poci clinluJea, ioini et'ua. vukou ttint. *""J*"~} intiitt. phlebitit. nnuclt if*u». Doctot ooiauliiu th* n»I«n» tt the bodr br lu' iitlttaa tppliatleo o( untmtot. uiitu eilai to km fointt. muxlct rtttt. dmiliiico re. morn cooxfilion. omti quirt tan* betm ilttji. deiirt to wwk tttla. Fn tproictmcnt tnd InforcMtka ctll GE S-J405 Dt. Dunoo. DC Offkn 2UI E Bro«Jw«r. RAMSEY -- Sarah Lcona. r5. of 571G Lime Ave.. died laturday. Surviving is husband. R o b e r t . S e r v i c e Wednesday. 130 a.m.. Hunter .lortuary. LAUGHLIN--Mrs. Mary J.. 84. of 6650 .Cerritos Ave.. died Sunday. Surviving are sons, Joseph, C l a r e n c e ; daughters, Mrs. Mary Jessing. Mrs. Patricia Rinehart; brother, Norbert Anderson; sisters, Mrs. Genivievc McNeff, Mrs. Agnes Pflezer, Mrs. Clara Crimmins. Rosary today, 8 p.m., Mottcll's Peek Mortuary. Requiem Mass Wednesday, 9 a.m., Our Lady of the Rosary Church. MoUell's Peek Mortuary in charge. DUNCAN--George R.. 79. of Atascadero, formerly of Long Beach and former production superintendent for Richfield Oil Co. in Long Beach, died Friday. Survivin ' 'He: "Did you'know our new Tempest is a 4?" "^ · , She.- "I saw-the'darlingest hat the other.day.", * » ,"'* * . , * * ' % "Not aV-8, mind you--a 4." "It was marked down, too--simply . '. ' a steal." · ' . · . · ' A . · · *// just ads tike a V-8." "If there ever was a,hat just made · forme..." "It's so smooth, it even has the V-B's fooled." "I was just dying to buy it..." "Why don't you take some of the money we've saved-driving a Tempest and ·.-'··' ·· -V?,:" '. buy, yourself a new hat?" "So I bought it. with some of the ,',.'· money,we've'saveddriving a ·\ ' ~ . -^ .-~ ,' · · - . .- ( ' · ' '-..'.' Tempest." . '·'.--.' '. .'/'·/ Dos and dorits of intelligent investing in stocks and bonds If you're plannine to invest in stocks and bonds, thes« simple sujgestions may help you act wisely and well: no decide beforehand how much you can invest, after providine for living costs and a fund for emergencies. DO.VT invest more than you can comfortably afford. DO define your investment goals. Do you want added Income during the year? Or securities that may grow in value through the years? If you're interested in stability of income and safety of capital, bonds may suit your needs best. DONT be satisfied with rumors or get-rich-quick schemes from friends or high-pressure telephone salesmen. no get the facts. What is a company's past record? How well is it doing now? In addition, what are its prospects? DONT expect securities to pile up profits just becau«a you own them. Prices go up; but they also go down. And a company may not continue to pay dividends on its stock, or interest on its bonds. DO choose your broker carefully. A good way is to visit a Member Firm of the- New York Stock Kxchanje. HcTM.«- tcred Representatives there can't foretell tho future; but they have satisfied Exchange requirements for knowledce of the securities business, nnd they'll be glad to give you their opinions. 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