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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California • Page 35

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Funeral services and interment Cog flngclgg Cimcg march 29, 1950-Port 7 OBITUARY Miss Thomas Greek Drama Expert, Dies cord, Pa. Miss Booth was a native of Chester, and lived at 122 Commonwealth. Aye. She died Saturday, leaving three nieces, Mrs. Katharine H. Bruff, Mrs. Louis N. Haldt and Mrs. Harry P. Haldt. William W. Robertson Funeral services for William Mrs. Fredericka Garren Mrs. Fredericka Garren, 54, of 113 Avondale Monterey Park, died yesterday. A native of Newark, N.J., she had made her home in Southern California for 34 years. She leaves her husband Earl, a son, Rodman Garren of Berkeley; a sister, Mrs. I. W. LeKachman of Monterey Park; a brother, Nicholas Rodman of New Rochelle, N.Y., and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Wilson TVfnrti larv Funeral services will be con ducted at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Forest Lawn Memorial-Park for Miss Evalyn Thomas, noted exponent of Greek drama at UCLA, who died at her home, 1128 Glen-don Westwood, last Mon day. Miss Thomas, 80, had been retired from the university since 1938, but was widely known among alumni. Since 1918 until her retirement she taught Greek drama. Dr. Ernest Carroll Moore, former UCLA provost, called her productions "the university's finest public offerings." Miss Thomas was born near St, attended Emerson College and spent two years at Oxford University. She leaves a great nijpce, Mrs. Margery New-hard, of Mar Vista. Friends were asked to donate to the Greek Scholarship Fund of the UCLA Alumni Association instead of sending flowers. Pioneer Woman Passes at 92 Funeral services for Mrs. Han nah Jones, 92, pioneer Los An treles businesswoman, will be conducted at 3:30 p.m. today by Forest Lawn. Mortuary in the Wee Kirk 6 the Heather, Mrs, Jones, who resided here for. 54 years, died Monday at herjiome. 328 Citrus Ave. In the 90s, Mrs. Jones served on the board of trustees of the Glendale School District. She was one-time secretary of the Retail Druggists Association of Los Angeles as well as of the State Pharmaceutical Associa tion. She leaves a son Roy of South Pasadena; two daughters, Inez and Ethel, three grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Jane Mor gan and Mrs. Hadassah Kinney, all of Los Angeles County. Mrs. Jones was a native of Youngs-town, O. TONITE! Jin HARDY ACE CRIME REPORTER TELECOMICS IttAC-TV (Lucky Channel 13) tV.ry VV.d., O.ftnP.M frl. UVW SPONSORED BY 5 the BREAD witt that Home Baked Flaw IUm. 4M1 if C. U. Sydenstricker Funeral services for Charles U. Sydenstricker, 76, early day resident who died yesterday in his home, 6103 Garrison Drive, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the chapel of Edwards Bros. Colonial Mortuary, 1000 Venice under auspices of the Los Angeles Masonic Lodge 42. Interment will follow in Forest Lawn Mr. Sydenstricker. who came here in 1910, leaves three sisters, Mrs. Elsie Scott and Mrs. Roxie Settings, both of the home, and Mrs. Margaret Donohoe of Palestine, and two brothers, Harry of Spokane and Lon Sy denstricker of Los Angeles. Mrs. Mary F. Turley Funeral services will be con ducted at 4 p.m. today for Mrs. Mary Fite Turley, 90, of 2215 Malcolm Westwood, who died Monday. Mrs. Turley, a widow, was the granddaughter of A. L. P. Green, one of the founders of Vanderbilt University. Nashville, and in her youth was a concert pianist She had resided here for 27 years Funeral services will be conducted at the Price-Daniel Mortuary Chapel, 11567 Santa Monica Blvd. Cremation will follow. Mrs. Turley leaves a daughter, Mrs. Mary T. Marks, at whose home she died. Mrs; Hilda A. Thompson Funeral services for Mrs. Hilda A. Thompson, 81, a resident here for 41 years, will be conducted by Forest Lawn Mortuary today at 11 a.m. in the Little Church of the Flowers. Mrs. Thompson died Sunday at her home, 160 Granville Ave. She leaves her husband, Benjamin V. Thompson. WEDNESDAY, MAR. 29 COWBOY SLIM at 5:45 clowns Bombo and Bimbo and prizes on PLAYTIME at 6:30 6:45 Braven Dyer's SPORT-FOLIO the MUZZY MAR-CILLINO AND JAN CLAYTON SHOW at 7 IN THE PUBLIC INTEREST at 7:15 pre-sents Col. Brauer, commanding officer of 11th Military District, in the second in a series of California Defense programs kTTV TELEVISION NEWS at 7:30 Anne Andre is Earl Wriflhtson's suest on AT HOME at 7:45 Perry Como visits ARTHUR GODFREY and His Friends at 8 INSIDE U.S.A. at 9 with Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Mary Wickes, Sheila Bond and quests CLAUDE THORNHILL and His Orchestra AT THE PALLADIUM at 9:30 10 p.m. KTTV TELEVISION NEWS WHEELER ROURKE SHOW at 10:15. UL Monterey Park. Inurnment of the remains will be in Newark. Mrs. Katherine O'Byrne Requiem Mass for Mrs. Kath erine M. O'Byrne, 76, a resident nere for 6b years, will be cele brated today at 9 a.m. in St. As nes Church with Pierce Bros, in charge of arrangements. A na tive of Racine, she lived at 1478 22nd St. and died Friday. She leaves a niece, Mrs. Cath erine Johnson. Interment will follow in Calvary Cemetery. Arthur H. Corey Funeral services for Arthur H. Corey, 61, screen actor, will be conducted today at 1 p.m. in Pierce Bros. Valley Chapel with interment in Valhalla Cemetery. Born in New York State, he came to Southern California 37 years ago and lived at 5736 Ethel Van Nuys. He died Sunday, leaving two daughters, Mrs. Jean Warfoed and Mrs. Alice Wind- bigler, and a son, Clarence Corey. Miss Elizabeth Booth Funeral services for Miss Elizabeth Booth, 79, retired public school teacher, will be conducted today at 4 p.m. in Pierce Bros. Chapel, 720 Washington followed by interment in Con-1 for 41 years. He died Sunday. leaving his widow, Mary E. -Baker, who resided at 1220 NT srarxrm BULlOCi J55 W. Robertson, 69, retail grocer, will be conducted today at 2 p.m in Pierce Bros. Chapel, 720 Washington followed by interment in Inglewood Park Cemetery. A native of Scotland, he came to Southern California 26 years ago and lived at 19803 ValW View Drive. Tooanga. He was a member of the Masonic order and died Saturday, leaving his widow Helen and a daughter, Mrs. Marion Kelly. Mrs. Mary E. Foster Reauiem1 -Mass for Mrs. Mary E. Foster, 75, of 1572 McCadden Place, a resident here for vears. will be celebrated at 9 a.m today in the Church of Blessed Sacrament. Interment win to low in Calvary Cemetery with Edwards Bros. Colonial Mortuary in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Foster died Sunday. She leaves a son, Earl F. Foster, and five sisters, Mrs. Katherine Taylor, Mrs. Ann Lewis, Mrs. Gertrude Dugan, Mrs. Alice Mc-Hugh and Mrs. Teresa Loomis, and two brothers, Emmett and Frank J. Griffin. Miss Anne Dodge Miss Anne Dodge, 84, last sur-: viving daughter of the late Gen. Grenville Dodge, died Monday at the home of a friend, 1121 Arden Road, Pasadena. Gen. Dodge, who died in 1916, supervised the building of the Union Pacific Railroad as its chief engineer and founded Dodge City, la. Miss Dodge, a. native pf Ft. Leavenworth, was a resi dent of Pasadena for six years. J0 '7 Pi it a Building (f at of Monogrammed wasIiaMe will take place at Council Bluffs, Friday. Mrs. Anna M. Brown Funeral services for Mrs. Anna M. Brown, 89, a resident here since 1874, will be conducted today at 1 p.m. in W. A. Brown Son Funeral Home with -interment in Inglewood Park Ceme tery. Mrs. Brown was born in Pennsylvania and died Monday at her home, 12312 Forrest Trail. She leaves her husband Arthur and three- Mrs. Genevieve H. Moore, Mrs. Edna D. Jones and Mrs. Myrtle J. Neir. Harry L. MacRae Harry L. MacRae, 73, citrus grower, died yesterday in his home, 1221 5th Ave. No services will be conducted, at Mr. Mac Rae request. He directed that all remembrances be to the Los Angeles Orphans' Home So ciety. He was born Des and had resided here for 30 years. He leaves hi3 widow. Mrs. Maude E. MacRae: two sons, Harry L. and R. L. MacRae, and a daughter, Mrs. William Jay, all of Los Angeles, and five grandchildren. Howard R. Donaldson Funeral services for Howard R. Donaldson, 60, executive of the Barlow Sanitarium, will be conducted tomorrow at 2 p.m. in the Little Church of the Flowers. Mr. Donaldson died last Friday. He lived here for 27 years. He leaves a daughter, Mrs. Nona A. Ferrell of Reno. Lewis D. Baker Funeral services for Lewis D. Baker, 78, retired engineer and former packing company executive, will be conducted tomorrow 11 a.m. in the Little Church the Flowers, Forest Lawn Me morial-Park. A native of Mich igan, Mr. Baker had resided here I. BLANK Calif. green 11.95 style, 8.95 color- I I canary. eolor 12.95 Send C.O.D. ramount) I 9 1 1 MOURNED Harold Finley, retired member Times editorial staff, M. of es. Harold M. Finley, Times Veteran, Taken by Death Harold Mansel Finley, 67, a member of the editorial staff of the Los Angeles Times for almost 40 years, died suddenly at his home, 5400 Moco Lane, early yesterday. Mr. Finley, a resident of Los Angeles for 41 years, was a native of Quaker City, where he was educated in public schools until his family moved to Iowa, where he received his high school education. For a time he attended Penn College, an in titution maintained by the Society of Friends. He went from there to Yale University, where he was graduated with the class of 1906. Newsman in East After leaving Yale he ensaeed 1 1 York City. He also worked on a number of New York newspapers until he came west for his He came to Los Angeles In 1909. That year he became a member of The Times staff. In later years he contributed numerous articles in criticism of New Deal boondoggling and other articles on various social prob lems of the day. He retired two and a half years ago. Since that time he engaged in his favorite I hobby of gardening. Close Call in Blast Vhile a member of The Times i staff Mr. Finley narrowly escaped death or injury in the dynamiting of the newspaper plant in 1010. He had left his desk only moments befdre the explosion. While a staff member he established The Times magazine Farm and Garden in 1917. He also served in the early days as real estate editor. Mr. Finley leaves his widow, Sirs. Irene Finley; a sister, Margaret Finley of Los Angeles, and two brothers, Victor P. Finley of Los Angeles and Halleck Finley of New York Citj Utter-McKinley Mortuary is in charge of funeral arrangements. Wife Calls Mate Bookie Mrs. Betty J. Diigdell, 23, who contends that her husband, Edwin J. Dugdell, 44, profits to the extent of $1400 a month in the bookmaking business, yesterday sued him for divorce, Her complaint, filed in Superior Court, charges cruelty and contains a demand for $300 a month alimony. She also asks for $1000 fees for her attorney, Max Bamberger, who said he intends to subpoena Dugdell's books into court. The Dugdells, who lived at R11 Rrnnsnn married July 19, 1944, in Tijuana, Mexr, and parted last Jan. 11, according to the suit Hi HOSPITALITY AND HEW LOW DATES MAKE THE GREAT CAL-VEST HOTELS THE PLACE TO STAY III CALIFORNIA LEAMINGTON Kites from $4.00 1t GAY LORD isSuFnncix. Refrigeuwd Buffets Rates front 4.00 1U CALIF0RNIAN Sacramento Kates from $3.30 1UPAS0 ROB LEI HOT SPRINGS HOTEL Midway berweea Los Angeles and San Francisco. car world famous Health and Mud Baths. --TT hi" McCadden Forest Lawn if Mnrtnarv is in charce. IP William S. WKittaker Funeral services for William S. Whittaker, 63, vice-president of the William R. Whittaker Manufacturing will be con ducted tomorrow at 11 a.m. from the Church of the Forest Lawn Memorial-Park. Mr. Whittaker died Monday. He leaves his widow Beulah of 1732 if Maltman a son, William a sister, Mrs. Garnet Ahrens, and if a brother, Ray Whittaker. 7 I 7 'A BIG BOLD SMART MONOGRAM AT NO ADDITIONAL COST The smart bunny who buys these for Easter is in for Iot3 of compliments. On our fluffy absorbent turkish toweling, you have three, 3-inch initials to delight the person lucky enough to receive them. MEN'S ROBE white, 10.95 royal, copen, canary, 12.95 small, medium, large, extra large MEN'S TERRY SHORTS I pair, 2.75 For shaving, shower, patio or beach white only, full cut Monogram at no additional charge. Small to large. Two pairs, 5.00 WOMEN'S ROBE white, copen, maize, green, 11.95 Also blazer-stripe terry robes short style, 7.95, long style, 8.95 sizes 12 to 20 Terry Bar, Fourth Floor, Bullock's Broadway USE THIS CONVENIENT MAIL ORDER Bullock'i Broadwmy, Hill and Seventh, Loc Angelei 55, Please send me from the Terry Bar 4 I) to 30; 12:30 -Woman's robe, white maize blaier-stripe style, 7.95; Short Blazer-stripe one Men's size Ien's si Initials Eobe, white, 10.95; royal copen Initials Terry Shorts, pair, 2.7S 2 pair, 1.00 initials Zons mm have a charge account at Bullock's I am enclosing i nnum lun jwtra iiiiscjB. auu au Kama (please print). Address City I if Hour: Tuesday through Saturday, 9:30 nriivri Clatci ana UIT in; for t)livpries outbid th city adi 3 Srt sales tar. Acrust cost of par- I pot. exprpss or freight shipment will added lo cost of purchases utsids Bullock regular dclivatr area, X-S-Jj-S I State and Cut tal i Downtown Lo. Angeles, TRinitjr 1911. Store to 9:00 PM,

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