Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 23
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P«g. B-8--INDEPENDENT Death Notices FISHER --David b.. 85. of 244 Elm Ave. died Tuesday. Service Saturday, 1 pun.. Pat' terson' Snively Mortuary. BORG--Mrs. Mabel A.. 88. of 1115 Chestnut Ave.. died Monday. Surviving are mn, Donovan Kroskop; and two grandchildren. Private service was held by Mottell's Peck Mortuary. RANDOLPH -- Homer H. 63. of 455 E. 53rd St. died Monday. Surviving are wife, Lucy: sons, Phillip, Franchot; daughters, Mrs. Jack Pierce, Mrs. Theda Bara Peters, Mrs. Carlcta Mulkcy; b r o t h e r , Claude R.; sister, Clema Valentine; 15 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Scrv- ice today, 1 p.m.. Rose Hills Mortuary. Whitticr. ANGER--Fred, 82, of 1231 E., Fourth St., died Tuesday. Service Friday, 5 p.m.. Dilday Family Funeral Directors. BARBER -- Mamie W.. 84, of 1505 Silva St., died Tuesday. Surviving a r e son, Charles W.; daughter, Mrs. Russell Craun; sisters, Mrs. Daisy Haggard, Mrs. Robert C. Eaton. Service Saturday 2:30 p.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. ces K: son, Donae W.; daughters. Dorran C.. Lyndell O.; mother. Mrs. Orpha Bogard; ilster. Mrs. Violet Brown; brother. Vaughn Began. Serv- ce Friday, 6JO p.m., Dilday r amily Funeral Directors. REINEN--Mary C, 84. of 5810 Olive Ave.. died Tuesday. Surviving is daughter, Mrs. M. M. Higgins. Service Monday, 11 a.m., Dilday Fam' ly Funeral Directors. WILMER -- Mrs. Anna H. of 215 Ravenna Drive, died Wednesday. Surviving are sons, Frank R., Gilbert H.; daughters,'Mrs. Virginia Borchert, Mrs. Anna Padgitt; sis- ;ers, Mrs. Gertrude Schncyer, Mrs. Martha Fabcn and five ;randchildrcn. Service Friday, loon. Forest Lawn Memorial Park, Cypress. SCRUGGS--Henry P.. 74 of 919 Junipero Ave.. d i e d Wednesday. Surviving are wife. Elsie M.: daughter. Mrs Pauline M. Ellis; sisters. Mrs Ida Muse. Mrs. Sadie Keller Service Saturday, 3:30 p.m. Dilday Family Funeral Directors. HOLT--Olive B., 86, of 544 E. 15th St., d i e d Tuesday. Surviving Is brother, Paul I). Beck. Service Friday, 3:30 p.m.. Dilday Family Funeral Directors. GRAHAM -- William A. B.. R5, of 20 »3 Locust Ave.. died Wednesday. Surviving are wife, Maude; sons, William W.. Richard S.. daughter, Mrs. Martha Tarpy; brothers, James M., John; sister, Mrs. Joseph Hay. Funeral arrangements are pending with Oil- chy Family Funeral Directors in charge. TOI.OIS -- /enos, OG, of 23G9 Pine Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving is son. Perry. Scrv ice, 10 a.m., Greek Orthodox Church. Dilday Family Funeral Directors in charge. SANDERS -- Stella M., 85, of 225 Chestnut Ave., di«: Tuesday. Surviving is daughter. Mrs. Gcnevicve Finstcr- Imsch. Service Friday. 2:3C p.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. IIEIMAN -- William. 61. of ·170 Grand Ave., died Tuesday. Graveside service Friday 2:30 p.m.. Veterans Admin! stration Cemetery, West Los AnRclcs. Dilday Family Fu ncral Directors in charge. BEISER -- Cail A.. C9. ol 1147 Mahanna Ave., diet Tuesday. Surviving are wife BlancliL 1 ; sun, R. C.; daughter Mrs. Helen L. Hall. Service Saturday, 1 pm.. Dilday Fam ily Funeral Directors WATSON--Herman F., 49 of 5901 E. Seventh St., dice! Tuesday. Surviving are wife i'etigy; son, John F.; daugh tors, Janet, Sandra. Service Saturday. 11 a.m., Dildjy Family Funeral Directors. PIPKR -- Dorr W.. 55, ol 1030 Maine Ave., died Sun day. Surviving are wife, Fran daughter*, Mrs. Mary Ann lale, Mrs. Louise Jones, Mrs. Tessle B. Klnney, Mrs. Zuu B. Phillips. Miss Lurley Hart; and 42 grandchildren. Service oday, 10 a.m.. New Hope laptist Church. Harris Co- onial Mortuary In charge. HODGES--Thomas, 90, of 6780 Orange Ave., died Mon day. Surviving are wife, Minnie W.; son, Kenneth: daugh' :er, Mrs. Hazel Knipprath. TIGHE ( P a r a m o u n t ) -James C.. 69. of 7032 E. Compton Blvd.. died Monday. Surviving are brothers, Fred, Francis, Eugene. Rosary was Wednesday. Requiem Mass today, 8 a.m., Our Lady ol The Rosary Church. Para mount. Paramount Mortuary in charge. LEWIS (Norwalk) -- Jessie E.. 71, of 11504 Maza St., died Monday. Surviving are wife, Hilda; son, Darrcll daughter, Mrs. Ruth Evans; brothers, Floyd, Willard; sisters, Mrs. Zula Stinmages, Mrs. Letha McCoy, Mrs. Irma lluntington, Mrs. Sarah Larson; mother, Mrs. Sue Lewis, Service Friday, 10 a.m., Norwalk Funeral Home, T. C. Archibald. HAMPTON (Compton) -Infant son of Mr. and Mrs William R. Hampton, of 117 E. Alondra Blvd.. died Saturday. Private service was held by Mottell's Peek Mortu- iry. Long Beach. COTTO.M (Artesia) -- Mrs. Elizabeth. 72, of 21901 Horst Ave., died Tuesday. Surviv- ng are daughters, Mrs. Eliza eth Bennett. Mrs. Carmen Spencer; sons, Verne, Nathan; even grandchildren and six ;rcat-grandchildrcn. Service oday, 7:30 p.m., Artesia Mortuary. YONKERS (llcllflower) -William. 60. of 15143 Cabcll Ave., died Tuesday. Surviving are wife. Sadie; daugh' ter, Mrs. Wilma Vandcr- Woude; son, C e c i l ; one brother, one sister and six grandchildren. Service Friday, 10:30 a.m., Artesia Mortuary, LHTLEriEI.!) (Artesia) -Warren D., 71. of 12321 E I93rd St.. d i e d Wednesday Surviving are sons. Rex and George, and one grandchild Service Saturday. I I a.m. Artesia Mortuary. TUCKER (Seal Beach) -Ralph U. 73. of 1615 Ocean Ave.. died Mond:iy. Surviving is wife, Ruth. Service Friday 11 a.m., Westminster Memo rial Park Mortuary. WILLIAMS (Westminster] --Hilda A., 68, of 13902 Slier- Wcxxl St., d i C d "Wednesday Surviving are husband, Ray mnnd; daughters, Mrs. lone Delp. Mrs. Elnora McWhir ter, Mrs. Luclla Carter; sons Matt L, Herbert A., Roger L. brothers. Raymond, Arthur Uach. Service Saturday. 1C a.m., Westminster Memorial Mortuary. HART--(Papa) Green. 84 of 1020 California Ave., din! Friday. Surviving are wife Rebecca; sons, A l p h n n s n Henry, Otis, Grcensmokcr FEDERAL SUPERVISION protects your funds at the NATION'S LARGEST FEDERAL SAVINGS ASSOCIATION CALIFORNIA FEDERAL SAVINGS ··· !··· AitaeutiMt UIVIN WIICU 1894 Orange Ave.. died Fri day. Surviving are parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Fields; sisters. Eleanor, Emily. Elaine, Doris; brother.* David. Service Saturday. II a.m..'St. Vestal C.M.E. Church. Harris Colonial Mortuary In charge. Temple AYR., died Tuesday. Surviving are sisters. Mis. Ruby Patrick. Mrs. Stella llearne, Mrs. .Helen Officer. Service today, 12JO p.m., All Salnti Episcopal Church. Mottell's Peek Mortuary directing. WHITE--Herbert S.. 58. of 116 W. Anaheim St.. died Monday. Surviving are daugtr ter, Betty Jo Staley. brother; FIELDS -- Anthony. 7. of Norman R. Private service COOK--tthel D.. 68. of 209 Scott:, sister. Mrs. Little Till. was held at B. W. Coon Fu ncral Home. Service Friday, 2 p.nr, Hunter Mortuary. TOMPKINS--Dudley Clay, 67. of 2391 E. 15th St, died Tuesday. Surviving are wife, daughter, Mrs. Geneva Private service Friday, 7 p.m., D. W. Coon Funeral Home. Friends may ball today and Friday et th« funeral home. KING--Newton W., 89. ol 1320 E Second St.. died Wednesday. Surviving a r e wife, Angelina; sons, L. Douglas, Thomas M., Newton C; daughter. Mrs. F r a n c e s Smiley; brother. John; sisters, Mrs. Ora Ryan, Mrs. Estelle Meadows. Service today, 3 p.m.. Patterson . Snively Mortuary. Assembly Backs L.B. as World's Fair Site A resolution pinpointing Long Beach u site of the proposed I960 World's Fair has been adopted by the State Assembly. The resolution, authored by Joseph Kennlck (D-Long Beach), now goes to the State Senate. The Kennlck measure repeals most of the language of a resolution passed by the California Legislature last May, asking Congress to proclaim the fair an international exposition. Clarified this time was a section of the old resolution which stated that the International Exposition of Southern California was to be held "in the Los Angeles area." In Washington, the Senate already has passed a resolution recognizing the 1906 World's Fair. Fred Hall, fair executive vice president, said the fair resolution now is before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. · Hall said the joint resolution before Congress specifically designates Long Beach as the fair site. Five Win Aid , at Harvard Five students from tha Long Beach area are receiv- Ins iohcUxhlps at Harvard University, Cambridge. Mass., this year. Scholarship aid has b e e n awarded James Walter Ar- mintage, 2C21 Cedar St., and David Uoyd Oavls. 9238 Cord Ave.. both of Downey; Wesley Rhyne White. 1234 S. Gertruda St.. Redondo Beach: and John Jackson Bentley HI. 965 Catalina Ave., Seal Beach. 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