20 June 1946 A F Chambers
the dif- controls had he h a t Rites Saturday For A. F. Chambers Â·torn tactl NÂ«wi DÂ»ik-- Services, for Allen F Chambers will toe at the Hintz funeral Saturday at 2 p. m., with burial in Woodlawn. The body will arrive arrive Friday noon from San Bernardino, Bernardino, Calif., where Mr. Chambers Chambers died Monday morning, and will lie in state at the funeral home. A retired railroad engineer, Chambers had lived in Oelwein years, moving to San Bernardino two years ago. He was 61 and widower. Children who survive him are Mrs. Herman Pearl, Oelwein; May Chambers, Stockton, Calif.; Mrs. J. D. Richardson, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Marjorie Poggenklass, Los Angeles; Arnold Chambers, Chicago; Gerald, Fort Benning, Ga.; George and Donald, Freeport, 111.; and Robert Flack, Stockton, 111. He is also survived by two brothers, Charles and Jess Chambers Chambers of Dubuque, and a sister, Mrs. George Pound of Cedar Rapids.