Clipped From The Los Angeles Times
co-nant of at f TJt-ier-Mrkvlnley'a at of Kos-koff at A In at of B. 3 F. Rites Set for Studio Ex-Fire Ex-Fire Ex-Fire Chief and Wife Double funeral services for Guy Henry Launders, 71, re tired Paramount Pictures Corp. Art chief, and his wife Viola, 69, victims of a traffie accident last Sunday, will bt conducted at 11 a.m. today In tht Gates, Kingsley & Gates Wayside Chapel, 1500 S Sepulveda Blvd., West Los Angeles. Tht two were passengers In a car which collided with an-othtr an-othtr an-othtr at Beverly Glen and Olympic Blvds., police reported. Mrs. Launders died before reaching Santa Monica Hospital. Hospital. Her husband died in the same hospital Monday. Career as Fireman Mr. Launders spent more than 47 years as a fireman. A native of Iowa, he came here more than 50 years ago. He joined the City Fire Depart ment May 7, 1903, became a lieutenant June 1, 1924, and re tired a year later. In 1926 he became Are chief at Paramount, retiring again Jan. 18, 1952. Mr. Launders leaves one brother, Del Launders of Fullerton. Fullerton. Mrs. Launders leaves a son, Gent Hewitt of Beverly Hills; a daughter, Mrs. Winona Hookstrappen of Los Angeles; two sisters, Mrs. Eugen DeFord of Pacific Palisades and Mrs. Marie Marble of Los Angeles; Angeles; a brother,: Thomas Sweet cf Talmdale, and two grandsons. grandsons. Hospital Bond Vote Set Oct. 27 LA MESA, Sept. 22 A spe-' spe-' spe-' cial election will ht conducted Oct, 27 on an $800,000 bond issue issue for construction of the proposed proposed 100-bed 100-bed 100-bed Grossmont General General Hospital, tht hospital dis' trict board of trustees an-, an-, an-, nounced today. ' ; If voters approve tht bond issue, the Federal government will augment the. funds with $1,173,000, according to Homer Streigh, board secretary. A 23-acre 23-acre 23-acre site already has been acquired. acquired.