Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 13
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 13

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 4, 1963
Page 13
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fig, A-14-1NOEPENDENT Death Notices / Berkeley Balks 'Fair-Housing; 9 Fight Goes (hP BERKELEY W» -- Berke-'Califoraia legislature Is con-Mividual Freedom c h a l k e d a Brown, who had urged'didate for mayor, "I feet.w* HAMMOND -- Mrs. Jessie, 75. of 4131 Ocana Ave, Uke- Tuesday. Surviving art husband, Earli fTi? Jackson, 75, of 2343 San Ansdine Avew wood, died Wednesday. Surviving are daughters. Mrs, Dorothy Jones, Mrs. Merle E.' Horton; daughter, Mrs. Branson. Sen-ice Friday. 1:30 Katherine McDonald, eight pm.,LakewoodMortuary. grandchildren. Sen-ice Saturday, 10 ·". Christensen- Pino'i Atlantic Avenua Mortuary. ednesday. S u r r i v i n g is 1 r o t h e r, Howaid Miller.' raveside service Friday, 330, Rosedale Angeles. Christensen CHASE--Mrs. Laura. S3. of Modesto, formerly of Long B*ach, died Monday. Surviving are brothers. Rod, Mur- WOODBURY --Alwyn, 73. dock MtcDonaM. Service Fri- of 4617 E. Ocean Blvd, Apt. day. 9 ajir. Motteirs i Peek 5, died Wednesday. Surviving Mortuary. art wife, Catherine; brother. Arnold; lister, Mrs. Doris charge. WOODWARD -- Cecfl, 43, P,eny. Service Satnrday, 230 p m J Christensea-pino's Redonda Avenue Mortuary. WILLIAMS -- Mrs. Nettie, 53, of 430 W. Anaheim St, died Tuesday. Surviving are father, George Harrison; sisters, Mrs. Georgia Sellers, Mrs. Dulde Porter. Mrs. Frances Flower. Service Friday, 11 «" x DiMay Family Funeral Directors. COX--Mr*. Morfydd Ann, B R A D L E Y (Santa Fe Springs)--Mrs. Judith, 25, of 1009 Joslin St, died Sunday. iurviving are husband, Ralph; sons. Allan, Michael Swift, Jalph Bradley Jr.; daughter, eUe; parents, Mr. and Urs. E. V. Ridgeway. Service Saturday. 10 *m. t Chapel ol Memories, C. Robert Lingo, Norwalk. Charter Savings w Belljhwr Gng. Mrs. Myrtle Hall, andtype of legislation." said As-to popular vote in Berkeley. Jrs. Ruth Menichine; broth- 1 sembry Speaker Jesse M.p« of the University of CaH- rs,Ehno, Jim. Service today.'" · · - · "-: - P"», Bellflower Mortuary. 1 BRIDCOTT (BelUlowtr) -Frank, 65. of 9455 Ives St, died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, Gertrude; son, Arthur Service Friday, noon, D3da; Family Funeral Directors Long Beach. SCOTT -- Mrs. Florence, 75, of 907 Cedar Ave, died Tuesday. Surviving are sons. Homer, Floyd; sisters, Mrs. G W. Reynolds, Mrs. Grac Dirks, six grandchildren. Ser vice Friday, 1 p m _ Patterson Saively Mortuary. EDGEBERT -- Mrs. Doro thy, 83, formerly of Nort Long Beach, died Monda; Surviviaj; is sister, Lucy JArundea. Service - today, p m . Hunter Mortuary. oomp, *at li BAKER--George, 45, of 72 American Gold Star Homes, died Tuesday. Surviving ar wife. Dorothy; sons, Michae Robert, Gregory; daughter Susan; parents, Mr. and Mrs Robert Baker; brothers, Robert, Eugene; sisters, Mrs. Dor othy Mabe. Mrs. Lorraine En- tenbach. Service Friday, aja. Hunter Mortuary. MILLER -- Mrs. Genevra 62, of 833 Pacific Ave, die Monday. Surviving are hus band. Ehrood; daughter, Mr Jo Ann Bock; son, IX Co L. F. Janek, USAF; brothe Frank Rice; sister. Mrs. Bea rice George. Service today, p-m. Holton Son Mortuary MILLER -- Mrs. Valeria, Shop Thursday,* Fri,J Mon. 'til 9 Tut, Wei. Ui. IS I if litint, II Ii i of 3S09 E. Se-ond St, diedi*^ \ ot * r » refused to b»n dis-!suierirg several measures on'the wte up as hs fourth vie- Ber ' . . ,| . crimination in housing in a discrimination in housing, [tory in the San Francisco Bay the record vote Tuesday tct the! -\Ve trust this win have a area and mov-ed on to organ- right goes co. constructive effect on other!«ing in Pato Alto and Rkh- Bghty-three p e r c e n t of ^communities and at the «tate!««wi. for similar fights before - --- - rf, -- -- - £^J£Mljr-UAlC^ y C « V « ** * *M LV**Hinlllm^» ·!!«· Ah UJC OV*LCt-^~'^~ -"· --^--) Cemetery. Los Berkeley voters turned out In'and national level" said Otis'e o*y counc2s. istensen - Pino'sjthe hottest campaign In dr/sMarston whose Berkeley Qti-jb l o c k e d antidi councils. The league iscrimination social Berkeley residents to approve disgraced ourselves in hi measure, to call a confir- *'«· w « must redeem our ence of aH factkxis to try t o . ' " find solve this extremely critical I n g e s . r n n - n s - edondo Avenue Mortuary in history to reject a controver-zens United had kept the.fcxjsing ordinances earlier inj -The whole world was look- 1 " uuiuiy VJ icj^vfc « ^MUuuc^-:4-eiA» VUILC\A uov* «hc^\ mcj"^ o «--------"- | · «»· -- --«» -- ---.-- --. sial housing ordinance 22,720 ordinance from becoming a 1 San Francisco and San Jose ing at us." staid the Rer. Fred to 20323. llaw after the City Council and in Marin County. Stripp. University of Califor-. The dose vote Is -certain- adopted it in January. His *It is very obvious tha^nia debate coach who was de-, 5422 EbeH St, died Mon- ry an Indication we haven't financial watchdog committee forced legislation in a tity or feated as pro-ordinance can- y. Surviving are wife, Dor-;done a good Job m educating obtained 10355 signatures on even a statewide bans is not thy; sisters, Mrs. Edith the people oa th« need of this'P«titions to refer the measure the answer," said Robert D. Weinznann, Northern Calif or Unruh in Sacramento, where fornia. WHATEVER YOUR bus!ness--Classified ads make it nia executive director of the ( more profitable. Dial HE league. 2-5959 today for an experi- the Democratic-cont Iolled' The Citizens League for In-l He called on COY. Edmund enced account representative. a vote of 22,415 to 20.473. DO FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? 7ASTHTH. »n txprorrt po»«er to ' * oa nppcr er ko*cr PIAUI. - ^tnpi»c«. Do not »fcd*. i ie «nm-«cu). Do» not IOUT. ChreU -pfru eHor* (Inter* breuM. 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