Independent from Long Beach, California on March 14, 1966 · Page 16
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jy-^INDEPENOENT ( ASSTANT DOC AMISTAKTSWIULBE .T*Ail*0ATDUKe UNIVERSITY... Death Notices WELCH (Lynwood)--Louis A., 50, construction superin endcnt, of 11732 Santa Fe St., died Friday. · Surviving are sons, Daniel L., Louis Gene; daughters, Mrs, Joy Torell, Ruby J. Welch; sisters, Mrs. Lorene Schmidt, Mrs. F l o r e n c e McCoy. Service Wednesday, 2 p.m., Second .Vard.Chapei,"Church of Jesus :hrist of Latter-day Saints, Jakersfield. Spungberg Mor- uary in charge here. THOMPSON--Amy E. ( -10; if 4-103 Faculty Ave., died Saturday. Surviving are hus- 'ancl, Ralpli; sons, Mark, Richard; futher, Alfred Erk. Rosary tonight, 7:30 p.m., Re q'uiem Mass Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., both in St^ Cyprian Church; Lakewood. Lakewood Mortuary in charge. · ARNOLD--Irene, 72, of 843 Magnolia Ave., died Thursday. Surviving are husband ·tiwin M.; daughters, Mrs -eonard Marks, Mrs. Charles Laden, Mrs. Walter Breyts sister, Mrs.' Mayme More- louse. Service today, 4 p.m. Mbttell's. Mortuary. BIGELOW -- Janet Eliza beth, : 42, of 370 Laurinda Ave., died Saturday. Surviv ing are husband, Ross M. son, James; daughters, Becky Jean, Tricia Bigelow; mother Mrs. Beatrice Adams; brother Robert Adams; sisters, Mrs R a t h e r i n e Wenban, Mrs Nancy Johnson. Service Tues day, 11 a.m.; Los Altos Unitec HE ; " 2-5959 for ah ad-writer ( C o n g r e g a t ional) Church : M O N E Y WORRIES? Le ?Vant .Ad helpl .Sell -things you're not \ using. It's easily .done through!Classified. Dial today! Lakewood Mortuary in charge ,jn., Bellflowcr Mortuary, lequiem Mass Wednesday, 9 .m., St. D o m i n i c Savio Church.'Paramount Mortuary n charge. SMITH -- Robert R., S3, electrician, of 6121 Gaviota Ave.,. died Saturday; Surviv- ng are wife, Ruby J.; son *andy R.; mother, Mrs. Myrna Smith; sister, Shirley Smith Service Tuesday, 2 p.m. ; rlunter Mortuary. STICKLER (Eellflower) -Mrs. Gabina M., 80, of 16409 Woodruff Ave., died Saturday. Surviving is sister, Mrs. rene Boh'm. Rosary tonight, 8, Paramount Mortuary. Requiem Mass Tuesday, 9 a.m., St. Dominic Savio Church. SELWOOD -- Russell Ed ward, 66, electrician, of 516 Rose Ave., died Friday. Sur yiving .are wife, Maude E. Brothers, Raymond, Eugene Claude; sister, Grace Selwood Service -Wednesday, 2 . p.m. VTottell's. Mortuary. DIGIACINTQ (Bellflower' --Laura R., 63, of 14563 Woodruff Ave., died Satur day. 'Surviving are husband Sam; son, Michael; daughter Mrs. Florence "Latter; broth ers, Frank, Pete; Sam De marco; sisters, Mrs. Mary Da miano, Mrs. Josephine Paler mo. Rosary Tuesday, 7:3C LIBY--Edna E., 89, of 2110 Magnolia Ave., died Saturday. Surviving is son, Bernard E. Service Tuesday, 11:30 a.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. EVANS --Mrs. Artie, '59, restaurant manager, of 1239 Pine Ave.i died Saturday. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Charles Womack; sister, Mrs, C. E. Multag. Service and interment in McMinnville, Tenn. Sheelar's Mortuary in charge here. Zambia Textile Mill LUSAKA, -Zambia OB -Plans have been announced xir the Chase Manhattan Bank of New York and the Swiss Maurer-Textiles Co. to set up a SlO.G-million textile'mill in Zambia. The mill, to be operational within two years, will Zambia's biggest manufacturing plant. LE GAREY (Compfon) -Lyle R., 41, piledriver, ol ISIS 1 /*, E. Compton Blvd. died Sunday. Surviving are wife, Caroline; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie · Le Garey; b r o t h e r , William.. Service Thursday' 1 p.m., Paramount Mortuary. GOLDING--Ethel May, .79, of 2336 Josie Ave., died Suny^ Surviving are daughter, Carolyn Golding; sister, Mrs. Linnie VanOrsdol. Service Tuesday, 9:30 a.m., Motteil's Mortuary. TAYLOR--Luemma M., 65, of 2950 Colorado Ave., died Saturday. S u r v i v i n g a r e daughters, Mrs. .Betty Godwin, Mrs. .Louise Johnson; brothers, Dr. J. W., Charles, Theodore, Jra Muncy: sisters, Mrs. Lottie Short, Mrs. Virginia Gilbert. Service Tues day, 12:30 p.m., Motteil's Morfuary. 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