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 - 1-6 THE SUN C Harry Westerson, Harry E....
1-6 THE SUN C Harry Westerson, Harry E. Westerson, 75, of 2280 W. Rialto Ave., San Bernardino, died Sunday in Las Vegas. He was born in Utah and was a 22-year resident of San Bernardino. Westerson was a retired diesel machinist at Santa Fe Railway where he had been employed for 44 years. Survivors include his widow, Edith V.; two sons, William E. and Robert H., Allie Washhurn, Allie M. Washburn, 80, of 10003 Magnolia Ave., Bloom-ington, died yesterday in a Loma Linda hospital. She was born in Kansas and had lived in Bloominglon 15 years and California 20 years. She attended the Seventh - day Ad-ventist Church. c. ;1 J II,... ouivivuis niLiuue l II i c e Arthur Naisbilt, ' Arthur L. Naisbitt, 93, of 2780 Ladera Rd., San Bernardino, died Monday in a Grand Terrace hospital. He was born in Hooper, Utah, and was a 20-year resident of San Bernardino. He attended the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors include three sons, Raymond, of Utah. ITnrnM A nf Virrrinin nnrl llCliVlU THIIMQ, CI 111 Frank H., of San Francisco; Theodore Hnmnsrlon, Fonlana Theodore J. Harrineton, 66, Ul I3VO luftaj 01., I' Miiiaua, died Thursday at his home. He was born in South Dakota and had lived in Fontana one year and California 62 years. He was a veteran of World War II.. Survivors include his wi Ernest W. Jordan, Ernest W. Jordan, 84, of 7050 Perris Hill Rd., San Bernardino, died Monday in Loma Linda. He was born in Rushmore, Minn., and had lived in San Bernardino eight years and California 81 years. Jordan, a retired farmer, was a member of the Oro Grande Grange and the Helen-dale Farm Bureau. . Survivors include his widow, Dessie; a, daughter, Ruth Abken of Paradise; two John Basham, Coos Bay, Ore. John D. Basham, 51, of Coos Bay, Ore., and a former resident of San Bernardino, died Saturday in Coos Bay. He was born in Colorado and was a 48-year resident of San Bernardino, having lived in Coos Bay for the past five months. Basham was a painting contractor in the San Eleanor Cash, San Bernardino Eleanor G. Cash, 50, of 3134 Otto St., San Bernardino, died Sunday in San Bernardino. She was born in Indiana and had lived in San Bernardino two years and California 26 Survivors include her hus- Gen. Grant's Grandnieee Dies in S.F. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -A funeral mass is scheduled today for Lucile Burt, President Ulysses S. Grant's grand-niece, who died Sunday at age E9. Mrs. Burt, who died at a local hospital following a short Illness, was born in Fort Leavenworth. Kan., and spent i her childhood on various Ar- 1 my posts where hpr colonel father was stationed. ; Both her grandfathers were ! Army generals-Gen. Lloyd Wheaton, who was in charge of the Southern Luzon campaign during Ihp Philippine action nf 1808, and Gen. Frederick T. Dent, who headed the San Francisco Presidio during the 1860s. i 1 1 . THE LENS GETS DARKER AS THE SUN GETS BRIGHTER AND GETS LIGHTER AS THE SUN GETS WEAKER. INDOORS IT IS THE COLOR Of A FASHION TINT - OUTDOORS IT IS AS DARK AS SUNGLASSES. DARKENS AND LIGHTENS NO COLOR DISTORTION Wednesday, Job. 3, Obituaries S.B. both of Rialto; a daughter , Mrs. J. E. Craft of Rialto; four sisters, Freda Gregory of Panorama City, Ruby Anderson of Los Angeles, Vi Peterson of; Burbank and Verna Mickens of Newberry Park; and seven grandchildren. Private services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Grove Colonial Mortuary, San Bernardino. Burial will be in Montecito Memorial Tark. Bloomington sons, Norman O., Lemeul R. and James J., all of Oregon; and two daughters, C 1 e o Mackey of Oregon and Betty Joan Knutson of Rialto. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Grove Colonial Mortuary, Rialto. Burial will be in Green Acres Memorial Gardens. S.B. two daughters, Marion N. Guhin of San Bernardino and Darlene Rich of Idaho; 18 grandchildren and 20 greatgrandchildren. Services will be in Salt Lake City, Utah, with burial in Wasatch Lawn, Salt Lake City. Friends may call at the Bobbitt Memorial Chapel from 4 p.m. until 9 p.m. today. dow, Rosella; and two sisters, Catherine McCloskey of California and Mary E . McKinney of Fontana., Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. today at the Ingold Chapel. Burial will be in Hermosa Cemetery, Colton. S.B. sisters, Ruth Slater of Huntington Beach and Helen Lansing' of Arlington; a brother, Willard, of Anaheim; ten grandchildren, 15 greatgrandchildren and 18 step-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Ihe Mark R. Shaw Memorial Chapel. Burial will be in Pioneer Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call at the Chapel after 6 p.m. today. Bernardino area for 28 years. Survivors include his widow, Billie; a daughter, Linda Dillman of Apple Valley; a son, John Jr. of Oregon; three sisters, a brother and two grandchildren. Services and private burial will take place in Coos Bay 1 on Friday under the direction of Mills - Bryan Mortuary. band, Martin; two daughters, Mrs. Norman Farnham of San Bernardino and Mrs. Gary R. Ross of Rialto; a brother, Eugene Witts of Riverside; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Watts of Riverside; and two grandchildren. Private services will be held Friday. Inurnment will be in Montecito Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Mark B. Shaw Memorial Chapel from 10 a.m. until 9 p.m. tomorrow. Inrutf-BotlfColfor TOILET TANK BALL America's teller Tee Wot.r Matter inilanlly steps ike flow el water oiler each Hulking. 7S( AT HARDWARE STORES i muse INTRODUCING lBw u flMBtfll k A MfiMraw v 9 i a V . & m IP ' IN MINUTES TWO PAIRS OF PRESCRIPTION GLASSES IN ONE HAVE YOUR EYES Ben P. Gray, Victorville Ben P. Gray, 69, of 16723 Forest St., Victorville, died December 25 In a San Private inurnment was Bernardino hospital. He was yesterday at Mt. View born in Czechoslovakia and Cemetery with Mark B . was a 12-year resident of Shaw's, in charge of arrange- California. He was a handy- ments. man. Montie Jones, Howe, Idaho Montie L. Jones, 86, of Howe, Idaho, died Monday in a San Bernardino hospital. He was born in Kansas and had been in San Bernardino one month. He was a retired farmer. Survivors include a sister, Ella Dolan, San Ella V. Dolan, 85, of San Bernardino, died Sunday in a San Bernardino hospial. She was born in Nebraska and was a ten-year resident of San Bernardino. Survivors include her husband, Bertram F.; and four Paul D. Newman, Fontana Paul D. Newman, 74, of 8194 Cherry Ave., Fontana, died yesterday in a F o n ta n a hospital. He was born in Dallas, Tex., and had lived in Fontana 29 years and California 65 years. He attended Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Etiwanda. Survivors include his widow, Albina; a daughter, Pauline Cramer of Fontana; two sons, Jim, of Palmdale, and Joe Bob, of Texas; a sister, Faye Fugitt of Missouri; seven grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today at the Ingold Chapel. Chapel blessing .will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at Ingold's, followed by burial in Green Acres Memorial Gardens. M. Conlreras, San Bernardino Manuel Vasquez Cnntreras, 30, of fiR9 N. G St., San Bernardino, died Monday in a San Bernardino hospital. lie was a native and lifetime resident of San Bernardino. Contreras was an employe of San Bernardino County and worked as a custodian. He was a member of, "St. Anthony's Catholic Church. Survivors include a son, Arthur; a daughter, Denise; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Contreras and his grandmother, Mrs. Remedios Vasquez, all of San Bernardino. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today at Tillie's Memorial Chapel. Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Anthony's Catholic Church. Burial will be in Mt. View Cemetery. Friends may call at the Chapel from 2 to 9 p.m. today. Service Reminders MARK B.SHAW MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1523 North Waterman Avenue Mrs. Audrey F. Hotallng Services & Interment: Denville, New Jersey Mri. Edna E. Gore) Wednesday, 11 :00 A.M. Graveside Mt. View Cemetery Mrs. Eleanor G. Cash Private Inurnmenti Friday Mr. ErnosfW. Jordan Friday, 2:30 P.M. PENDING Mr. Sergei N. Kourdakov Mr. Richard J. Gray Mrs. Ellon Smith Mr, Clarence) Hosted Mrs. Helen Janet Mr. Harry MtMahon HIGHLAND CHAPEL . 26915 East lose Lin Mrs. Susan Pontmr Wednesday, 10.00 AM. Mr. Monti I, Jont ThunHoy, 11.00 A.M. Graveside Bellevue Cemetery, Ontario 7 tUTIOMl IdfCtFO M0!ICIM BE f 1 LC EXAMINE0 TODAY Survivors include Edward, of Indio. a son, Jane Powers of Highland. Graveside services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Bellevue Cemetery, Ontario. Friends may call at the Mark B. Shaw Highland Chapel after 7 p.m. today. Bernardino nephews, Virgil, Clarence, Jack and Charles Sandman. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at the Memorial Chapel, Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier, under the direction of Rose Hills Mortuary. If you call by January 10th, we'll install Cable TV in your home absolutely free. Because we'd like to resolve all your TV headaches and let you get a Afresh new look at this fresh new decade. With Cable TV, you'll see more new shows, a spectacular ' display of sports, a continuing parade of great movies and the most comprehensive news coverage. You'll also see redder reds, bluer blues, greener greens, etc. But you'll have to leain to live without Susan Pantzer, Susan M. Pantzer, 75, of 7518 Central Ave., Highland, died Sunday in a San Bernardino hospital. She was born in Missouri and had lived in Highland 15 years and California 29 years. She attended St. Prophet Ellas Church. She was an interior decorator. Survivors Include a son, Helen B. Lieffer, Helen Baker Lieffer, 71, of 2675 Fletcher Parkway, El Cajon, died Saturday in a La Mesa hospital. She was born in Pennsylvania and was a 24-year resident of El Cajon. Survivors include her husband, Donald B. Sr.; a son, Donald Jr. of Highland; a BOBBITT MEMORIAL CHAPEL 1 299 E. HIGHLAND AVE. 882-376 1 Mr. James T.Doyle), Sr. Mass Today 9:00 A.M. St. Anne's Catholic Church Interment Mt. View Cemetery Mist May Utile Services Today 10:00 AJA. Chapel Interment Montecito Memorial Park Cemetery Highland George, of Highland; two daughters, Sophia G. Carlone of Rialto and Ruby Burch of Valinda; 18 grandchildren and 15 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Mark B. Shaw Highland Chapel. Burial will be In Rose Hills Memorial Park. El Cajon brother, Murray H. Lieffer and one granddaughter. Cremation will be under the direction of Erickson-Anderson Mortuary, La Mesa. The family requests remembrances be made in the form of donations to the American Heart Association. Mri. Ida Davit Services Today liOO PM. Chapel Interment Montecito Memorial Park Cemetery Mr. Arthur L. Malibttt Remains will be forwarded to Salt lake City, Utah for Services and Burial fftfll'll t " V t f ' f - ' ' n X n 1 n n Y ULkJUL Leroy J. Sauer, S.B. Leroy J. Sauer, 64, of 24819 3rd St., San Bernardino, died November 23 in a San Bernardino hospital. He was born in Iowa. ft L ghosts and snow because Cable TV reception is sharp and clear. That's what the new era of TV entertainment looks like on Cable TV. So call today for your free Cable TV installation. Free, because, we'd like everyone to begin the New Year with a new outlook on life. TeleProrupTer -J M L--JI -J ll Private services were he! yesterday. Mark B. Shaw' was in charge of arrange ments. X X X X X X X OulSalh- CM WASH WITH ANY GAS FILL-UP AT a 5 NO PURCHASE NECESSARY ? Good Monday Thru Friday Bring Ad Z76 E. HIGHLAND AVE. ENJOY CABUTV'S .INCREDIBLY SHARP RECEPTION and COLOR CMf1M TiPmttf etfverww 1tl TLr3 TRV7 Offer fxpires January 1 0th pood in CabM areas only iial S4&21 Call DR. R.W. MARSHALL, Optometrist Central City Mall 884-9231 San Bernardino. tl 10r)TM ANNIVe-BSAHY

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  1. The San Bernardino County Sun,
  2. 03 Jan 1973, Wed,
  3. Page 12

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