Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on January 4, 1959 · Page 37
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 37

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, January 4, 1959
Page 37
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Deaths JOHNSON-- Frank R., 73, of 340 PolraettU St., died Friday. urviving are wife, Sadye E.; £ Keal: daughter, Mrs. AT- fcur Terrell, Jr. Service today, p.m-, Hunter Mortuary PEARSON-- Mrs. Ella C., 90, cf 477 E- 51st St., died Thurs- Iday. Surviving are sons, Archie ·and Lewis Sharp. Service Mon- Iday. 2 p. m., Hunter Mortuary ·chapel. MOERT--Mrs. Alyce J., of 4 lAlboni PL, died Wednesday. I Surviving are husband, Bernard I R.; brother, John Devlin; sis[ tcrs, Mrs. Elizabeth Hoffernan, I Mrs. Clara Sherers and Miss I Hose Devlin. Rosary today, I 7:30 p. ni., Sheelar-McFadyen ai [·chapel. Requiem Mass Monday, !jll a. m., St. Anthony's Catholic jChurch. · · CRUZ--Mrs. Tlllie, 44, of £084 Temple Ave., died Friday. Surviving are husband, Ernest A.; son, Phillip R.; daughters, loan, Estella and Rita; brothers, -Fidal, J. B. and Ben Ortega; sisters, Mrs. Adela Armijo,' Mrs. Maggie Trasper and · Mrs. Antonio Aragon. Rosary today, 8 p. m., Sheelar- McFadyen chapel. Requiem Mass Monday, 10 a.m., St. Matthew's Catholic Church. , KELLOGG--Edith Daniel!, of 4539 Radnor Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are husband, A. A. Kellogg; daughters, Mrs. Cynthia K. Morris and Mrs. June K. Prince. Private service has been held, directed by Mottell's and Peek Mortuary. HERZOG--John A., 81, of 842 E. 5th St., died Saturday. Surviving are wife, Mary Helen; sister, Mary Burns. R o s a r y Monday, 6:30 p.m., Mottell's and Peek chapel. Interment, Austin, Minn. WHEELHOTJSE--Mabel' Au gusta, 61, of 3707 Gaviota Ave., died Friday. Surviving are husband, Bertram; daughter, Helen Louise Crosby; son, Bert. H. Service Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. Mottell's and Peek Chapel of the Palms. HARRIGAN (Corona del |Mar)--Michael Fitzpatrick, 40, ? O fjl24 Fernleaf, died Friday. He |was;a veteran of World War II j anil-Korea. Surviving is wife, {Doris. Rosary Monday, 7:30 p. !m., Mottell's .and Peek chapel. Requiem Mass Tuesday, 9:30 a. m., St. ! Catholic Church. SMITH-Jennie Agnes, of 206 American Ave., died Monday She was a World War I Army nurse. Surviving is sister, Ellen Swanson. Service Tuesday, 9 a.m., Veterans Administration Chapel, directed by Mottell's and Peck Mortuary-. Matthew's - WELCH--Mollie A., 85, of 627 ward, 80, of 811 E. Washington ·-· ' · ... -- .- ~ . ; Lime Ave., died Friday. Surviv- jj'ing are husband, Leslie R.; 'daughter, Mrs. Golda Justus; sister, Mrs. G. D. Welch. Service Monday,'1 p. m., Mottell's and Peek chapel. · HOLDEN--Joel Mark, 5, of ^2361 Seabright Ave., died ; Thursday. Surviving are par- 'ents, -Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holden; sister, Peggy Reanae. .Service and interment were at Austin, Tex., Mottell's and Peek directing arrangements; KATHEWALTJ -- George K.] 60, of 342 Truman Boyd Manor, .died Tuesday. Surviving are sons, George K., Jr., David, Sptpman, and Leonard; daugh- 'ter, Cecelia Kepoo. Private serv- pjjejwin be held under the direction of Mottell's and Peek Mortuary. . SMITH-- Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, 1174 Salt Lake St., died ||Vednesday. In addition to par- fel|s, survived by brother, Craig; sisters, , Sherry, Colin and Suni. Private service has ·been held, directed by Mottell's tafia Peek Mortuary. ~MILLEK-- Frank Zebe. 59, of ·32- Golden Ave., died Wednesday. He was a veteran of World War I. Private service has been held, directed by Mottell's and Peek -Mortuary. APPELMAN (Paramount) -Mrs. Jess, 62, of 13903 S. Florine Ave., died Friday. Surviving are husband, Lloyd; son, Lloyd III. Service Tuesday, 11 a.m., Paramount Mortuary chapel. Mrs. Turner Rites Held Saturday Funeral servfce for Mrs. Lydia R. Turner, 96, building manager of the Long Beach YWCA from its opening in 1924 until she retired in 1944. ^vas conducted Saturday noon at Forest Lawn, Glendale. Mrs. Turner died New Year's morning in a Los Angeles hospital after an illness of two years. For some years she had lived with a daughter, Mrs. Verne McKinney, 528 w. Formosa St., Los Angeles. Also surviving are a grandson, Robert McKinney, ,nd three great-grandchildren. Comes Home for the Holidays and He Is Met by Death In the past year, John Prestonlthe wrong side of the road. The in 1951 from Poly High School Caldwell, 26. derrick man for the Bolsa Chica Oil Co., had traveled over the world. He came home for the holidays--and met death. Caldwell, 3615 Orange Ave., JOIIN CAUBWELL Crash Injury Fatal CaldH M n ; t n" vice ^ day ' , 2 Rnd Ancient Bones p.m., Mottell's and Peek chapeU TEHRAN, Iran *--Arche ologists believe a human skele ton found 50 miles from this capital is between 4,000 and 5,000 years old. WHITE--Maude L., 76, of 218 Grand Ave., died Friday. Surviving is husband, Clifford. Service Tuesday, 1 p.m., Mottell's and Peek chapel. HUDSON -- Clarence Wood- Friday. Survived by grandson, F r a n k li n Hudson Gaines. Service Monday, 3 p.m., Mottell's and Peek chapel. VAN SICKLE--Loretta Lillian, 72, of 4325 Rose Ave., died Saturday. Surviving are brother, Walter H. O'Rouike; sister, Mrs. Catherine I. Jaros. Service Monday, 2 p.m., Spongberg Mortuary chapel. DOCTORS GOOFED Poor Luigi Got Plastered--in the Worst Way ROME (UPD--Luigi Dag- nanno decided Saturday thnt he has a legal case because of a medical cast. About 18 months ago, Dag- nanno fell from a scaffold and fractured his right leg. Physicians at City Hospital decided it would mend without a cast. Two days later, they changed their minds and j put it in a cast Then they decided to operate. They did--but on the left leg. While the left leg was under observation, the fractured right leg became infected and Dagnanno spent months in bed. He decided to file a damage suit against the doctors and the University of Rome which runs the hospital. died New Year's Day in a San had been Bernardino hospital from in- Japan, juries suffered in a traffic accident the day after Christmas at Big Bear. Claar automobile overturned, where he was a Comus Club Caldwell had returned to'member, and attended City Col- Long Beach on Christmas Evejlege. He was active in the after working three months in Junior Exchange Club. Turkey. Before that he had His father, Dr. Jay H. Ca)d- traveied through Europe and,"' 6 ". Air Force flight surgeon. in Sumatra BOB CLAAR, 24, of 4380 Boyar St., former Independent, Press - Telegram wirephoto op- CALDWELL w DRGW Spending DENVER Wl -- The Denver Rio Grande Wetern Railroad and! was killed in a crash near .Santa Maria in 1943. I Surviving are his mother, ·as graduated!"'*- Phyllis Caldwell and sister, Mrs. Shirley Helm, of Long Beach, and grandfather, Guy Hcndricks, of Mapleton, Minn. The Rev. Clarence L. Duffield orator, who suffered a neck announced Saturday nearly sev- fracture in the accident, returned home Saturday from St. Mary's Hospital. Claar, driver of the car in vhich Caldwell was a passenger, said he turned sharply to void an oncoming car, loaded with young people, traveling on en million dollars will be spent on its improvement program this year. will officiate at the funeral at 11 a.m. Tuesday in the Dilday Mortuary. Mrs. C a l d w e l l asks that friends omit flowers. D A L E C A R N E G I E C O U R S E Effective Speaking--Memory Training--Human Relations IEE ADVIITISEMtNT FADE 1.10 INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELESIRAM--i) Congratulations TO AGENCY LEADER EDMUND S. HELLER It's a genuine pleasure to congratulate Mr. Heller for his truly outstanding record of service to his policyholders and clients, and to our Agency. His work is an example of career life underwriting at its professional best. C. CARTER SCHNEIDER, General Agent F £ M Bldg. -- Long Beach i LIT* acstatitKc* eonrAnr SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY WEDNESDAY 'SPRINGFIELD' TOMATOES TOUR FISHERMEN" 8-02. PKC. 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