Lubbock Evening Journal 18 Feb 1953
j Rites Set Here For Pfc. Harvey Chombles Body Of Lubbock Man Killed In Korea Will Arrive Today Body of Pfc. Harvey L. Chamb-5 ; les, 21, son of Mrs. Rose Chamb! Chamb! les. 209 Sherman Ave., who was . killed in Korea Dec. 26, is to | '. arrive in Lubbock by train at 6 :^0 p. m. today and funeral services are to be conducted at • 3 p .m. Friday at Arnett-Benson Baptist Church. The Rev. Cecil Ray, pastor, is to officiate. Jake Simpson will : direct singing by the choir. '• Burial will be in City of Lubbock Lubbock Cemetery, under direction i of Sanders Funeral Home. The body will lie in state at Sandev: Funeral Home until time for the sen-ice. : Killed In Combat ; Pfc. Chambles was killed in ' combat at Agok, North Korea, i He was serving with the 38th Medical Infantry Regiment, 2nd I Division. ! He was born at Idalou and fin- j ished high school in Lubbock in j 1948. He served as manager of the G. R. Kinney Co. shoe store | in Brownwood 13 months and as i assistant manager of the cpmpa- I ny's store in Lubbock prior to June * * -it- entering military service i 12, 1951. He received basic train- j ; n g a t Fort Meade, Md., and ] ater was stationed at Fort Ben- j n j n g Ga. He returned home on ' i eave three times during the PFC. HARVEY L. CHAMBLES Emory St.; one niece, Charlene Chambles and one nephew, Charles Coleman Jr., both Lubbock; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Chambles, Graham, Graham, and W. J. Burson, Eldorado; Eldorado; five uncles, Arvel Chambles, C LJli Gt 111*4 V-J UU1. 41J^ Ui'- • _j _. ; pe>r j O( 5 he was stationed in this j Iowa Park, Vernon Burson, El- i . TT _ _ -,_j £__ T T..i_- i noraHn RAn Knrcfin Norman. , his moth - r; one brotheV) Charles Chambles, 3007 1st St.; one sis- Mrs. Charles Coleman, 3116 countrv. He sailed for Jaoan, July i dorado Bob Burson Norman, 1, 1952. He was wounded in Sep- | Ok!a.,J)ltoK Burson Aurora,_E1., temtaer, 1952, during the fight for ' ~"~ possession of Old Baldy. He received received the Purple Heart. Returned To Front Lines He returned to the front lines in four weeks. His father, Armon Chambles, was killed by train Aug. 15, 1941 at Hoisington, Kan. Survivors are and Ernest • Burson, Conway, Ark.; six aunts, Mrs. Esma Gorrell, Gorrell, Long Beach. Calif., Mrs. Eddie Eddie Eddington, China Lake, Calif., Mrs. George Clark, Eldorado, Mrs. Margie Ivy. Conway, Ark., Mrs. Jewelene Switzer, Rails, and Mrs. Alice Clevinger, Dallas. PREMIER IS ILL ROME (3V- Premier De Gaserpi was ill at home today with flu.