Clipped From The Salt Lake Tribune
Funeral Set For Seaman, Native of S. L. Funeral services for Seaman First'Class Frank Clifford Coombs, 24, 319 East Sixth South street, who died Sunday in Astoria, Ore,, will be conducted; Saturday at, llv a, m. at 36 East Seventh South street. S e 1 a m an Coombs,'-. son of John and Elizabeth- Elizabeth- Far ri sh Coombs, died of Injuries h6 re- ceved in. an ac-| cident at Astoria, Further details' have not yet been released 'to the' Seaman Coombs Seaman Coombs family. Seaman Coombs was born November November 4, 1918, in Salt Lake City. He was graduated from the West high .school and employed by the Denver & Rio Grande Railroad company before enlisting in the navy ia September, 1942. He received recruit training at Farragut,.Idaho, before being sent to Oregon aix months ago. Besides his parents, he is survived survived by a brother, Warrant Officer Officer John Harold Coombs, U. S. I navy;, a sister, Mrs. Hary E. Bar- Iron; :tw<y.sons,- Frank Bug.ene-and Dave ."6'wen,'' Coombs; ..a, ^'daughter, Miss • Sharon Lee Combs, all of Salt Lake City, Friends may call at .place of funeral until time" ot services. Burial will: be in Mt. Olivet cemetery'. cemetery'. -. Memorial" Memorial" services for'k brother, Private Samuel Coombs, U. S. army engineer corps, who was killed in action in -the south Pacific Pacific July 27, 1943, • also will be conducted Saturday morning at 36 "East Seventh South street.