Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 24
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 24

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
Page 24
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P«g* ^..INDEPENDENT tMili, C*Hf« W«A, M*r 11, 1*17 Death Notices BECKER--Georg. 86, of 830 E. Ocean Blvd., died Monday. Surviving Is a cousin, . Helblg. Service Thunday. a.m, Motleli's Peck Mortu ·ry. Mn. Hattle Jordan; daughters, Mn. Pearl Lacount and Mrs. Ludwlg Margaret Rollins. Service Frl 10 day, 2:30 p.m., Grant Chapel, African Methodist Church. An gcles Funeral Home directing, PHILLIPS -- Mrs. Luclnda, S3. of 1071 E. 16th St., died 64, Monday, Surviving arc ulster, band, Arthur C; mother, Mrs.|3301 Angela Conway; sisters, Claire Conway, Mn. Edith Pierce, Mn Jan Kohlcnberccr and Mrs, An gela Maler; brother, J, Gregory Conway. Rosary today, 7 p.m. Mottell's , Peek Mortuary Requiem ' Mass Thunday,, 1 a.m., St. Anthony's Church, TOUD -- Mn. Ruth Conway, of 440 Orange Ave., Apt. 9, died Monday. Surviving are hut* CHARLES, R. D00LEY LAKIE -- George S., 79, o Presents H/s .,. DAILY PRICE ^ QUOTATIONS!;^ H. Polity's CHarcoal, Lgt, IS-lb. Sa«h American Hand Lawn Mewcrt 40*40 CHARLES R, DOOLEY , J, Picnic Jugi, ·'J.It 1.44 U.ll J0.« || 10.11 2.4f UNIVERSAL BATHROOM SCALES BAMBOO LAWN RAKES HOOVJiR j.BRUSH JLOORJgUSHiR PORTABLE BARBECUE WIIH WHEELS'* MS || 4.M ~2f4 IR'-'t 7,9! STANLEY It-OZ. NAIL HAMMER CHINA DINNERWARE, 20.PC. SET I.BB | 4.91 31.18 5JB jyt 2.BI .v DOOLEY'S HARDWARE MART (075 LONG BEACH BLVD. NORTH LONG BEACH you'll ^ V enjoy a . Screwdriver MAKE IT WITH THE VODKA OF VODKAS Want Happy Sailors! OSLO ,W--Norwegian merclv nt Marine officers now musl take A course in how to get long with their sailors. Ship owncn hope short counes in uychology will help cut down the huge turnover of crews on : H I 111 Mil. 91UIIM till lull. JH. rinri iilmll Hi. (Dn, it InMili), llrtliri, tw. Norwegian vessels. fynwnwff .^ss^IHE GREATEST NAME IN ynn|(A Kraps Dies; With Edison Many Years Leo' J. Kraps, for 30 yean a s s i s t a n t superintendent 'o Southern California Edison Co.'s geperatlng plant until his retire mcnt In 1943, died Monday. In a local hospital. Ho was 76, Kraps, 243 Park Ave,, was In Bloomlngton, III., and came «to Long Beach «, 43 yean ago f r o m Salem Ore. ., , rte · was * a m e m b e r ol -T u o 1 u m n F Lodge No. \S FiAM, of Sonora, Calif,, and a 32nd degree Mason In the Long Beach Consistory. He was a graduate of Oregon State Col- egc and attended post-graduate courses at Stanford University Survlvon are his wife, Chris- label; a stepson, Russell Taylor of Santa Ana; and a grand; daughter, . . . . . Service will be at 1 p,m, Thunday In Mottell's und Peck Chapel, 3rd St. and Alamltos Ave. Friends may call after noon today. » San Francisco Avc., died Monday. Surviving are daugh ten, Mn, Irene E. Lee and Mri. Ruth Graham; ion, R. Stanley. Service Thursday, noon, Mot tell'i i Peek Mortuary. ' BESWICK -- Claude Barton, 82, of 726 Loma Vlita Dr., died Monday. Surviving are daughter*, Mn. Hazel Kclm, Mrs. Codie Sheldon; ilitcr, Mn. Maude Workman. Service Thursday, 2 p.m, MottcU's Peck Mortu ary. ' ...··, ,, · . . , . . , . HENSLEE -- Wllmer ' Ambrose, 53, of 3453 Kallln Ave. died F r i d a y . Surviving are wife, Evelyn; son, Ralph; daughters, Mn. M a r g i e Boronlch, Mn. Donna Wllltams and Mn. William Lukenbltl; «l«ter, Mn. Mildred Fannall; brother, Hubert. Service was Tuesday, Hillside Church, Rose Hills Memorial Park. Rose Hills Mortuary directed. { · . - - · ; BURKK--William Joseph, 69, of '220 Redondo Ave, died Monday. Surviving are wife, Jessie 0.; daughter, Mn. Robert I* Fessenden; oni," Rex W. and filters, MIii Isrtell* and Mln Anna Qulgley. Rosary was Tvei Maurice W, . Service today, 10 day, Mottcll'i Peek Mortuary a.m., Mottell's Peck Mortu-|Requlem Mau today, 8 a.m., St ary. qCIGLEY-John J., 1026 E. 3th St., died Monday. Surviving are wife, Alice; brother, Joseph; Anthony's Church.... .^ BRUNS-Mn. Rebecca Jane 740 E. Canon St., died Monday Surviving are daughten, Juan- RENT FOR YOUR GARDEN PARTY! · Htmltwit · tM^Oi · lM«Mt I IVUt* UUM PHOHB FOR PROMPT DVUVIRY HE 2-2973 1761 AMERICAN : ABBEY ta and Janet .Brunt; ion, Rob|MotteU's Peek Mortuary dirt F. Service at Omaha, Neb, | reeling locally. GAR WASH 99« ; WITH PURCHASE OF GAS 1.25 REGULAR PRICE WHY PAY MORE? STATE CHERRY AUTO WASH EAST PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY CHERRY LONG BEACH Rosary Rite Recited for F. A. Lander Rosary for Francis A. Lander, i9, of 20 E, Plymouth St., postal ,' upervisor here, was recited at . sl5 p.m. Tuesday In St. ithanaslus Church. Requiem " Mass wlH be offered at 9 a.m. oday at the church. . , Lander, a native of Madison, ' D., entered the postal service n Long Beach in 1931 and wai ippolnted to the supervisory taff In March 1933, He was a graduate of Soutl Dakota State College and served n World War I. His member hips Included the National Assn f Postal Supervisors and Na tlonal Federation of Post Office Clerks, Surviving are his wife, Mar- orlo; son, John F.; daughters Aharon and · Mary; brother 'red; 'listen, Mn. A r t h u r jchmldt and Mn. William Mon. roe. Interment will be In All Souls 'emetery. Sheelar · McFayden rlortuary Is directing. ·,.. f T;ra7ife/y, ; : ^afraid to -drive:.!';r Haiards of today's traffic are causing ; Why not try Metro? It's the imirt . _ · · - many people to stop »nd think about using ' " · thing to do when you w»nt to go places- · · Metro toaches In going to the off le« or ''' ! but don't like the Met of driving through -; '; . - . - . · · - ' todsy'straffic. .)···--;? · · " ' · ··. ·" ' · - ' · · · on a shopping expedition. i · Metro service between points Is fre- . qutnt and dependable. Tl)rer»- operate ;' between Los Angeles and outlying com. mwnltlet to pwlde fast, limited-stop ^ ' sch«dtilM»t the two petk traffic periods. 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