The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on April 15, 1955 · Page 7
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In 1955, Tokyo reported a population of 7,784,122, an increase of 289,842 in 1954. . RENT PIANO p er' Month ..... 2 DE BELUS MUSIC CO. 753 E Street Phone 8-2775 IN THE SHADOWS ELSA K. ELDER Mrs. Elsa Rachel Elder, 7G, of 2773 Crescent Ave., San Bernardino, died Thursday at her home. A native of Gibson City, 111., she was a resident of San Bernardino 24 years and California 50 years. Mrs. Elder was a member of St. :.lllUOIIIIMIIIIHIIlllllttllllllIIIIIIHIIUIIIIIllllllllUlllllllllllllllllMlllllHII'"lllllllllllllllllllllllllIIIIIIHIIIli IJ.AY AWAY a Portable I H TYPEWRITER Now for 1 m Buy the World's FINEST Portable for Your Favorite Grad... 5 se' k Budget Terms k Smith-Corona The finest precision writing instrument of its kind in the world ... and IT COSTS NO MORE AT I BARNUM -0 FLAGG COMPANY ! 1 442 Third St. 439 Court St. PHONE 2165 1 FREE PARKINS ABC. COURT ST. end PIONEER AUTO PARKS WllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllillllllllllllllllllllllllliliilllilillillllllllllilliI Paul's Methodist Curch, the Women's Society of Christian Service and the Christian Homemakers class at the church, the Gate City Chapter, OES, and the San Bernardino Valley Blind Center. She is survived by. the widower Thomas M.; two sons, Thomas M. of Norwalk and John C. of San Bernardino; four daughters, " Mrs. Doris Jorgenson of Vista, Mrs. June Setterberg of San Bernardino, Mrs. Ruby Kennedy of Encino and Mrs. Phyllis Baker of San Bernardino; four sisters, Mrs. T. W. Ring-land of Puente, Mrs. A. E. Dietz of Lynwood, Mrs. Will G. Hubbard of San Gabriel and Mrs. Lula C. Othren of Gibson City. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the chapel of Grove Colonial Mortuary, with the Rev. Herschel H. Hedgpeth of St. Paul's Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow at Montecito Memorial Park. FRANZ J. MLJEHOLM Franz J. Liljeholm, 38, an insurance investigator, died April 7 in a Los Angeles theater. A native of Summerville, Mass., he was a resident of San Bernardino for six years and California 17 years. His home was at 1163 E. 29th St. He is survived by two brothers, Sidney of West Palm Beach, Fla., and Edward Holms of S u m m e r-ville, and a sister, Mrs. Andrew B. si IE Hardwares biggest Nationwide Value Event J illiillli JPOTZW HAND SAW VALUES DISSTON NO. H-4 Outstanrf. ing price value. Dlsston steel blade, full taper ground, full bevel filed, and full carved hardwood handle. O K 26", 8 PT. DISSTON NO. H-3 a flooi serviceable saw for householders and aVit-yourjetfer. Taper ground blade, filed, hardwood handle. $59 26", 8 PT. DAZEY KLEAN-KUT CAN OPENER Magnetic "lid lifter." Grease sealed cutting wheel irons down can rim. Chip resistant finish. tegular! $3.95 ONLY $2.89 SAVES KJ. TIME 2MM cleans floors . 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Won-' I derful for chil- L dren and light 1 work by adults, n toe. Have fire. S hardened hon-ft dies. Solid steel 1 blades. $2.98 Fine quality, built by True Temper. Serrated blade grips foliage. Notched to cut branches. Comfort, grip handle. Self-locking nut won loosen. Chrome-plated ferrotes. j PRUNING SHEAR 2.19 Sturdy belt sheath FREE Anvil-type pruner. Powerful drawcut action bites through heavy branches crisp and clean. Dynamic nut and ball won't loosen. Chrome-plated handle. Built by True Temper. o TOUR HARDY HELPFUL I HARDWARE MAN nr fir rtssi w 0 n - J-M-"-'L'-Lani n ax, tPtCtAt VAtUISI oiss COMBINATION METAL SNIPS (No. V-.O-HW-IO") Straight and circular cute. Ideal pattern foe the homo, shop or farm. onjr Sale Price 2.39 VJIS5 No. 501.HW GRASS SHEARS Easy positive operation end lasting keenness. Sale Price EOD GEO. M.COOLEY CO. HI g irflll? j HARDWARE PLUMBING SUPPLIES w " n mm Cooper ol Bremerton, Wash. Funeral services are to be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at the chapel of Grove Colonial Mortuary. Cremation will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. OIATA E. PHILLIPS Olvia E. Phillips, 52, of 7893 Maple St., died Thursday at a Fon-tana hospital. A native of Osage, Ark., he had lived in Fontana 13 years, in California 19 years. Survivors include his widow, Marjorie; two daughters, Misses Marilyn and Linda Phillips of Fon tana; two brothers, J. R. Phil lips of Felt, Okla., and Ray of Pittsburg, Calif., and a sister, Mrs. Elsie Russell of Hobbs, N. M. Funeral arrangements are pend ing with Ingold's Chapel, Fontana. The Rev. Robert Woodburn of the Temple Baptist Church will officiate at the services. Interment will be in Green Acres Memorial Park. FRAXK S. BOWTIIWAITE Frank S. Bowthwaite, 56, of 15218 Athol St., died Thursday in a Fontana hospital. A native of Eng land he had resided in Fontana five years, in California 22 years. Survivors include his widow, Jennie and two brothers, Harry of Toronto, Canada and Reginald of Fontana. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at Ingold's Chapel, Fon tana. Cremation will follow in Montecito Memorial Park. The Rev. Horace S. Cushing of the Fontana Community Church will officiate. MYRTLE E. MUSHEGAN Mrs. Myrtle Esther Mushegan, 62, of 234 S. Waterman Ave., San Bernardino, died Thursday at her home. A native of Armenia, she was a minister and a homemaker. She resided in San Bernardino 12 years and in California 53 years. She is survived by a daughter, Dorothy Dorcas Atkinson; two sons, David Nephi and Samuel Joseph, all of San Bernardino; two brothers, the Rev. Aram Mushe gan of San Bernardino and Hike Mushegan of Los Angeles, and two sisters, Rose Friend of Oregon and Margaret Fullerton of Lakewood. Funeral services will be held at Mrs. Mushegan's church, Full Gos pel Commissary, 438 S. Mountain View Ave., at 2 p.m. Monday. In terment will follow at Montecito Memorial Park with the Mark B Shaw Co. in charge of arrange ments. SAMUEL F. LEXTZ Samuel Frank Lentz, 65, of 816 20th St., San Bernardino, died Wednesday at Norton Air Force Base Hospital. A native of Itajy, he had lived in San BernarSIno 10 years, in California 27 years, and in the United States 63 years. He was a retired Air Force master sergeant. . Survivors are his widow, Anna Marie; a son, Oscar Schlangen of Colton; and two granddaughters. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. " Saturday at Stephens & Bobbitt Funeral Chapel. Interment was in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego. JAMES A. PARKER Funeral services for James A. Parker were held Tuesday at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego. A native of California, he had lived in San Bernardino from 1928 to 1937, and served 16 years as. an enlisted pilot in the U. S. Navy. Services were with full military honors. Survivors are his widow, Mary; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James M. Parker of San Bernardino; two sisters, Mrs. Kathleen Phillips of San Jose and Mrs. Dorothy Lay-field of Helendale, Calif.; and two brothers, John F. of Huntington Park and Louis A. of San Diego. MARY DYER Funeral services for Mary Dyer were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Ingold's Chapel, Fontana, with the Rev. Keith Kerr, assistant pastor of the Fontana Community Church, officiating. Mrs. Ronald Ingold, accompa nied by organist Catherine Forbes, sang "Abide With Me" and "Lead Kindly Light." Cremation followed in Montecito Memorial Park Crematory. LESTER ANDERSON Funeral services lor Lester An derson were conducted at 1 p.m. Wednesday at Ingold's Chapel, Fontana, with the Rev. Leo K. Brown of the Fontana First Pres byterian Church officiating. Mrs. Catherine Forbes : played organ selections. Cremation followed in Montecito Memorial Park Crematory. MRS. WILLIAM COMBS Funeral services for Mrs. William Combs will be held at 2 p.m. Monday from the chapel of Grove Colonial Mortuary, with the Rev. Mabel Graves of Four Square Gos pel Church officiating. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. VTTO CHIMIENTI Funeral services for Vito Chimi- enti will be held at 10 a.m., Friday at the chapel of Stephens & Bobbitt Funeral Home. Interment will follow at Mountain View Cemetery. GERTRUDE B. WILDER Funeral services for Mrs. Ger trude B. Wilder, 81, for many years secretary of the San Bernardino chapter of the American Red Cross and one of the pioneers to bring fine music to San Bernardino, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the chapel of Stephens & Bobbitt Fu neral Home. Cremation will follow at Mountain View Crematory. MARLVX SCHNEIDER Funeral services for Mrs. Mari an Schneider will be held at 11:30 a.m. Monday at Pierce Brps. Mor tuary chapel in Los Angeles. Inter ment will follow Park Mausoleum. The body will lie in state in the reposing room ol tne Martc 13. Shaw Co. in San Bernardino until Saturday noon. Body will lie in state at Pierce Bros.Saturday evening and Sunday. WALTER W. GOLDSWORTHY Graveside services for Walter William Goldsworthy were held Thursday at Pomona Cemetery with Homer Sharp officiating. Mark B. Shaw Co. was in charge of arrangements. M ENTER O. BAILEY Graveside services for Minter O. Bailey were held Thursday at Ft. Rosecrans Cemetery, San Diego, with Chaplain Marlin D. Seid-ers of the U. S. Navy officiating. The Marine Corps Firing Squad buglar and pallbearers assisted. The Mark B. Shaw Co. was in charge of arrangements. THOMAS B. R. MILLER Funeral services for Thomas B. R. Miller were held Thursday at the chapel of the Mark B. Shaw Co. with Dr. Boyce Van Osdel of Calvary Baptist Church officiating. He was assisted by members of Phoenix Lodge 178, F&AM. Members who participated in the services were Ray Seymour, (Continued on Page 9, Column 3) at Inglewood Friday, April 15. 1955 THE DAILY SUH T Nagging Backache Sleepless Nights Often Duo to Kidney Slow-down When kidney function slows down, many folks complain of nagging backache, headaches, dizziness and loss of pep and energy. Don't suffer restless nights with these discomforts if reduced kidney function is setting you down due to such common causes as stress and strain, over-exertion or exposure to cold. Minor bladder irritations due to cold or wrong diet may cause getting up . nights or frequent passages. ( Don't neglect your kidneys if these conditions bother yon. Try Doan's Fills a mild diuretic. It's amazing how many times Doan's give happy relief from these discomforts-help the 15 miles of kidney tubes and filters flush out waste. Ask for new. large, economy size and save money. 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