California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Oct 6 1961, Page 26

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Pasadena Independent (Newspaper) - October 6, 1961, Pasadena, CaliforniaA of Inbi Hnaina major f. Ferris major h. Koiser and copt. H. Mcmahon left to right conduct a simulated Rescue operation. Civil air patrol units to meet Here pm. Toki last untie my and Cloudy and possibly a Little drizzle night and moral or be coming Par i by sunny this alter noon Ami mostly sunny Tomor afternoon. A Little cooler today. Yesterday s High in Pas Adena 85. Low 54. Relative Luu Midiaty at noon 44 per cent. Low Clouds and Catt Rcd log or drizzle from coast Iii land to lower Foothills night and mornings becoming partly sunny this afternoon and mostly sunny tomorrow afternoon. Smog forecast Light to moderate Eye inf lation is forecast for the los Angeles Basin today. A atoll 55 i Alt Sale 9i 43 Beaumont 90 50 Palm spec 100 62 lir Bear i. 75 i Amit liw h3 3litiot in Hobles 5s _. He 99 62 Kiva nude s3 53 Cul Vercit 72 56 by Loo is 55 Job cult 82 53 san Xeno 72 Drath Val. 9s 61 san Gabriel 85 _ Cento 100 51 san Pedro is 57 inn Beach 73 57 Santa Ana 50 is s2 57 m la. Airport 70 59 Marti of 51 mom Ebeo is 58 Sla. Pm cd 63 my. Baldy is 49 s7 Willion so Thermal 97 58 lies 90 go 75 go s7 29 Palms 92 k 50 warn. Sybi. S3 civil air patrol members from throughout California will meet in Pasadena this weekend to discuss disaster services an accelerated program of aviation and Emer gency training for cadets and cooperation with state civil defense agencies. Usan officials will speak at the 2-Day meeting in the Huntington Sheraton hotel. San Gabriel group 15 will be Host for this first statewide conference which will seat cadets with seniors in the regular sessions. Theme of the conference is the word is col. James Hunter of the Usan information office in los Angeles and it. Col. Ilert p. Wilson chief of personnel plans and procedures for the air Force s Aero space systems division will be principal speakers. Workshops will be held throughout the opening Day. These sessions will be concerned with the Cap s air search and Rescue program for the air Force Cadet activities and projects aerospace education emergency and Dis Aster services administration and radio communications. The 500 delegates will begin arriving this after noon. Many will Fly their own private planes to the con Ference. The program is under the direction of i. Col. Mar shall Lakin. Coordinator of the project is it. Col. Paul gooder commander of the California Wing s Southern sector. No g2 31 77 ii is 43 Allann 70 46 75 4s los Marci Joist Jasper incl Nentl Rev Pliml Columbus Lea Monea Detroit Duluth 51 Paat Ort Worth the lpns distinctive the 1962 thunderbird is available in four distinctive models the Standard Hardtop and con Verible and two new special sports Road Ster and a Landau Hordlow. This prestige car has More than 100 engineering improvements. The Standard hard lop Model shown Here features a new Square Block de sign Grille and Many exterior and Interior styling refinements. All of the models embody the car s famous characteristics and classic styling. Thunderbird will be displayed in Ford dealer showroom october 12. Obituary notices of univ Allie e. Brick of 1065 Juanita St., passed away oct. 4, 19g1, at his Home. A native of new York he had been a resident of this Vicinity the past j8 years. Survived by his wife Mary Louise Brice sons. Ronald d. Brice of Pasadena. Donald f. Brice of Golden Colorado and Harold l. Brice of Boise Idaho daughter. Mrs. Alma Jones of Boise Idaho and a sister in Lake Placid n. Y. Five grand children and three great grand children. He was a member of the first Nazarene Church. Complete services monday oct. 9 at in . At the Lamb funeral Home 415 East or Ange Grove blvd. Interment Mountain View cemetery. Eau Knox miss Mary r. Erikson of 569 s. Marengo in employee of Bullocks Pasa Dena the past 13 years passed away oct. 4, 1961. She is sur Vived by her Brothers Ralph Fred John and Donald Erik son also a sister mrs. H. B. Nos Wick. Rosary 7 . This evening at Wendell p. Cabot sons Chapel 27 Chestnut St. Requiem mass saturday n . By St. Andrews Church. Inter ment resurrection cemetery. Lewis Fred w. Lewis passed away at his residence oct. 5. He is survived by his wife Gladys. Service pending. Temple la Gorge mortuary. Monrovia. Sois Clara o. Roby passed away oct. 4. 1361, at her Home 166l East mar Docino ave., Altadena. She had been n resident of California 3s years and was a member of the first . She is survived by one daughter mrs. of Alexandria Vir Ginia and one son Richard g. Hoby of Altadena. Also seven grandchildren and one great d Arthur Sowa daughters mrs. Jack Sleeker mrs. Ernest Mal Kowski and mrs. Eugene Charles also seven grandchildren. Rosary 8 . This eve Ning at Wendell p. Cabot it Chestnu Many per led in fortresses Portugal up i Ricc world War 1 requiem mass saturday . At St. Andrews Church limped into interment resurrection wednesday at the end a narrowing trans Atlantic Tery. Legal .f.ll.8l t to at be notice of xon response nifty As them sea. The three grandchild. Services will he private for family. Or. Wil Liam Ilc Cormack officiating. Interment Decatur 111. Stump mortuary East Pas slump mortuary. Enst Pasa Dena directors. By 3 6179. 6-1 65 Schwarz Leah Spaulding ident of this area for 20 years and was a member of All saints episcopal Church. She is survived by her husband Harry j. Schwarz three Daugh ters mrs. Vurdie Mary Brack of Pasadena mrs. William n. Taggart of Phoenix Maryland on or liabilities one had two engines Stag Njoni other than my opt incr or inv. Date. This 3rd Day of sept. 1561. Willard l. Noell. 3253 f. Colorado blvd. Box 37. Pasadena. California. Oct. -1. I. 6. 1061. Cetti Ricat of Hli siness. Fictitious Trio undersigned docs certify he is conducting a business at 2529 e Colorado blvd. A Sadann. Califor Nia tinder the fictitious firm name or Beaver television and Gering. A second had one smok ing and a third had one in flames. It was a relieved group of crewmen and passengers who piled out of the three big bomb cars when they All made it Down safely. The planes Are being floor to England for a movie. Hose. Jr., kno on whose Yam is subscribed in t 1038. Paste he ill Hon instrument and a official records in the of is in Cid he executed the or jobs As electronic in Deetor television of Chelcun electrode tech klan Calm outer solar dlr chronic fic Mool 315 West Hun Linton or. Jt.fij55 electronic assemblers grocery checkers top in 3 War Dat at classes. In Tulton 2.67m, Mai schoots by 2-6 b. pm. Man women a Cai Juls i Votkl 5iotkf. Report Mars i s o Inglr Cuilon. A yet. Of in up. 1975 n. A 4-7s7j tooth we in up. In Jii Tilor of fun Nch pol a Donee. By exit Iraln. Wjk Wax Peru i Elm n Pla la Wal on ism 12 weeks men wiring key women 4 weeks train now for information Rau Awyer school of business 1iw e. Co Tarailo. Fit 2.7193 jobs available ape Short dicta Iune i Wka ism Tyi a was. Ism key punch 4 was. Civil service 12 1vks. . Bookkeeping or acct g. Keck zionist course intensive secretarial Dat or eve classes Sawyer school of bus. 1155 e. Colorado St 5-t1s3 this and is Worth this week Only to Start Tod on a new career in Pix reception by Lar Inex nil Ura s3 Wui applied to your course. Grace s school 411 n. Peck ro., Al Monte 01 Romanoff and tub sergeant was a Nilep englent. Her reserved two tick Etc no is Box for Dart 7. U Ade 610 k. Aliverti Alti Deni. I lha a null Rel Alt san pm k. In Loparto blvd., Rasa. Brant Roll Pink of Wostein Matkof. Hotel resort Jlon if. Thai Nino. White Zilb schools 7-aw Kinin a. A. A i Smi Fth i Conelli Wal i Falln Ranf 1

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