Hazel M. Alton

Death:Tuesday, June 10, 1969

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Mrs. Hazel M. Alton, former Fairbanks resident, died in Veradale, Washington, on June 10. Mrs. Alton was the widow of Frank Pollack, pioneer bush pilot, who moved Outside following sale of Pollack Flying Service to Northern Consolidated Airlines in 1948. During the 1930's, Mrs. Alton operated a beauty parlor in Fairbanks. Surviving is her husband, Robert, of Spokane, Washington, and a stepson, Frederick D. Alton. Also surviving are a sister, Mrs. Ada M. Jones of Aurora Lodge south of Fairbanks, four brothers in Oregon, and nephews and nieces in Fairbanks and Anchorage.� � [Sep1969]

Source: Alaska Sportsman, Sep 1969

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