The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on May 24, 1958 · Page 8
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San Bernardino, California
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Saturday, May 24, 1958
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A-8 THE DAILY SUN Sat., May 24, 1958 IN THE SHADOWS DONATO RAMIREZ jterday in Mt. View Cemetery. Donato Ramirez, 57, of 505 Mark B. Shaw Co. directed. Clark St., Barstow, died Tuesday; fhftp in Barstow. A native of Mexico, WILBER D; PHELPS i.- k,. in Rarstow M Sendees for Wilber D. Phelps " rn: TOar- hc' were held yesterday at Ingold 1 "TkXX iChapel, Fontana, with the Rev Horace S. Crashing of Fontana Community Church officiating. Irs. Irene Ingold, accompanied a erocer ana uvesiocK rauuiier. Survivors are the widow, Au-1 gustina; seven sons, belix, John, Donato Jr., Salvadore, Thomas, Andrew and Arthur; seven daughters, Charlotte, Marylou, Genevieve and Mary Ellen Ramirez, and Mmes. Catherine Hughes, Jennie Chavez and Hortense Mil ler, and a sister, Mrs. Charlotta Duarte, all of Barstow. Rosary will be recited Monday by organist Mrs. Catherine Forbes, sang "No Night There" and "Going Home." Pallbearers were E. C. Cope, H. A. Ingold, C. C. Ferguson, R. E. Dowd, Blaine Quinn and Carl E. Skorseth. Interment was in Montecito Memorial Park. at 8 p.m. at O'Donnell Funeral Home, Barstow. Mass will be CLAUD O. LIGOX celebrated Tuesday at 9 a.m. atj Graveside services for Claud O St. Joseph s uathonc Oiurcn, liar-! Ligon were held yesterday in stow. Interment will be in Mountain View Cemetery, Barstow. KOYAL W. EDWARDS Royal W. Edwards, 82, of 607 Palmer St., Costa Mesa, died Thursday at his residence. A native of Brooklyn, Iowa, he had resided in Costa Mesa 13 months, California 29 years, and had been a resident of Colton since 1939, Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Bloomington, with the Rev. C. L. Bruce of South Fontana Community Church officiating. Ingold Chapel, Fontana directed. REUBEN KEYSER Services for Reuben Keyser were held yesterday at Mark B, Shaw Chapel, with Rabbi Norman F. Feldheym of Temple Emanu El officiating. Also officiating were members prior to the move to Costa Mesa. TTo u.-ac a -nostal disnatr-hpr for 25 years and was a member of? sonic No. 348; John rhmv f rrnrf rb. Mpm. iu- "erron master: Jonn H Survivors are the widow, Carrie! enau, senior warden, a n d Walter A. Tompkins, chaplain. Cantor was Max G. Klein. Pallbearers were Charles B. G., Costa Mesa; two sons, Jack R., Pomona, and A. C. Edwards, Wswt Kvn Sid-U T?J!Mackev' Jack Harrison, Samuel Edwards' and Mrs. Josephine! ta'., Jack, B' VSfU, Hyman uuieiiK cuiu oeiiecuci u. oeas Honorary pallbearers were G. and Ramshaw, Santa Cruz, grandchild. Services will be held Monday at 2 p.m. at Ralph Wm. Allen Funeral Home, Rialto. Interment will be in Mt. View Cemetery. SADIE FLORENCE SHEPPARD Mrs. Sadie Florence Shepphard, 78, of 1702 Crenshaw Blvd., Los Angeles, died Thursday at a Los Angeles hospital. A native of Galesburg, 111., she was a former resident of Colton. Survivors are the widower, Walter S., and a son, Walter E., Los Angeles; two sisters, Mrs. Stella Filanc, San Bernardino, and Mrs. Edna Lantz, Glendale; her step mother, Mrs. Rouie Hebbard, Col ton; three grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Services will be held Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. at Mark B. Shaw Chapel. Interment will be in Her-mosa Cemetery, Colton. The body will lie in state from Monday afternoon to time of services. NORMAN W. ULLENBRUCH Norman W. Ullenbruch, 72, of Buffalo, N.Y., died yesterday while visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Gaffney, 7269 Garden Dr., San Bernardino. The body was forwarded yester day to Buffalo for services and interment. Grove Colonial Mortuary directed locally. He was chief clerk for Bethlehem Steel Corp. BERT CONWELL CIIASE Graveside services for Bert onwell Chase were held yesterday in Mt. View Cemetery, with the Rev. Thomas H. Miller of Community Church officiating. Mark B. Shaw Co. directed. HILDA HAVENS Services for Mrs. Hilda Havens were held yesterday at Wee Kirk of the Heather, Forest Lawn Memorial Cemetery, Glendale, with the Rev. Clifford G. Vogle of Glendale Lutheran Church officiating. Mrs. Thelma Leggett, accompanied by organist C. Harold Vick, sang "Sunset and Evening Star" and "Finlandia." Pallbearers were Raymond Mc-Worter, Robert Harbottle, George Gray, Patrick and Gerald Mc-Worter and Sigmund Czyg. Interment was in Forest Lawn, with Kremer Funeral Home directing. JOSEPH FLOYD GRAHAM Services for Joseph Floyd Graham were held yesterday at Kremer Funeral Home, with Dr. Boyce Van Osdel of Calvary Baptist Church officiating. Mrs. Ava Irick played "Andante Religioso" and "Good Night and Good Morning." Interment was in Montecito Memorial Park, with friends serving as pallbearers. FRANCES HERNANDEZ RUIS INFANT DAUGHTER Services for Mrs. Frances Her nandez Ruis and her infant daughter were held yesterday at Kremer Funeral Home, with the Rev. J. F. Antiqua of Assembly of God Church officiating. Hymns were by Mrs. Crescen-cia Pedroza. Interment was in Mt. View Cemetery, with friends serving as pallbearers. A wake was held Thursday at Kremer' s. MARY C. HILTABIDEL Services for Mrs. Mary C. Hil-tabidel were held yesterday at Mark B. Shaw Chapel, with the Rev. Lyle Marvin of Grace Brethren Church officiating. Louis Marvin, accompanied by organist Seward H. Brush, sang "Lead Me Gently Home, Father" and "No Night There." An organ solo was "When Day Is Done." Nephews serving as pallbearers were Floris W. Cook, J. W. Mc-Kee, Millard M. Salmon, A. N. Martinson, Jack G. Fisher and Jerry Keener. Interment was in Mt. View Cemetery. M. Sellar, Harold Hanover and Philip Kassel, Interment was in Homa of Eternity Cemetery, HARRY W. OTERMTER Graveside services for Harry W. Overmier were held yesterday in Fairhaven Cemetery, Santa Ana. Stephens & Bobbitt Funeral Home directed. Officiating were members of Jubilee Lodge 604, F & AM, Santa Ana; George Rupert, master; Ee-ward Swain, senior warden; Car los Benson, chaplain and Leroy Connelly, senior steward. Pallbearers were Arthur Wil bur, Fred Ferryman, Mylo Keith, Leroy King, Connelly and Swain, VITAL RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED BOPJtUEL-MENDEZ Herman Dias. 27; Angelina. 21; both Barstow. CASEY-CARRANZA Richard Thomas, 23; Maria Elena, 22; both San Bernardino. CHERENGTON-WEST Donald Frank, 26; Marjorie Carene, 28; both San Bernardino. DE AVILA-DE AVTXA Richard Mir- eles, 26; Nancy, 22; both San Bernardino DE LISLE-RAMMTN'GER George Ed ward, 19; Carol Ann. 20; both San Bernardino. GRIBBLE-McMANNON Thomas Alan, 40; lvalue, 37: both Arizona. JEN'SEN-SOXDERSON Kaye Randal, 21; Timmie Dianne. 19; both San Bernardino. KNIGHT-GRIGSBY Charles Stuart. 46, Bloomington; Genevieve Cochrane, 41, Redlands. LIN'DLEY-MARTIN Thomas Anthony, 22: Suzanne Louise. 18: both Ontario. LONDON-LESTER Eddie, 23; Doris Jean 19: both San Bernardino. McELHLN ft EY-MURDOCK Edward Earl Jr., 19, Colton; Deanna, 20, ban Bernardino. NELSON-CARLSON Thomas Layton, IS: Annette Krisrine. 16: both inoio. POLASEK-HERRERA Phillip Charles, 30; Irene Mailing, 37; both Twentynine Palms. ROJAS-OOM Jose Ramon, 21; Car men Joyce, 24: both San Bernardino. ROWE-PEARSON Jack Junior, 35; Gladys Belle, 3; both San Bernardino. RUCKER-BALLARD Richard Dale, 21, Riverside; Shirley Jean, 18, Ked- URTBE-ARMENTA Jess Saldana, 31, Corona; Ernestine Garcia, au, Loiton. VOLKART-ROMTN E Freddie Wayne, 20; Peggy Lee. 17; both San Bernardino WHITE-KELLEY Marian Lee, 22, Utah: Linda Kay, 16. Oklahoma. HRAPCHAK-FUJIOKI William, 34; Ruby, 33; both Los Angeles. DIEI: ARREDONDO In San Bernardino, Calif., May 23. 195S, Juan M. Arre- dondo, 76, native Mexico, resident Colton 30 years. Rosary 8 p.m. tomor row, Knopsnyder Mortuary, Colton. Mass 8 a.m. Monday, San Salvador Catholic Church. Colton. Interment 3:30 p.m., Hermosa Cemetery. Colton. BIGELOW In San Bernardino. Calif. May 23, 1958. Mrs. Grace M. Bigelow, 79, native New York, resident Colton 14 years. Services 10 a.m. Monday Knopsnyder Mortuary, Colton. Inter ment, Montecito Memorial Park. EDWARDS In Costa Mesa, Calif., May 22. 195S, Royal W. Edwards. 82, native Brooklyn, Iowa, resident Costa Mesa 13 months, California 29 years, former resident Colton. Services 2 p.m. Mon day, Ralph Wm. Allen Funeral Home, Rialto. Interment Mt View Cemetery. SHEPPHARD In Los Angeles. Calif. May 22, 195S, Mrs. Sadie Florence Shepphard, 78, native Galesburg, El, former resident Colton. Services 1:30 p.m. Tuesday, Mark B. Shaw Chapel. Interment Hermosa Cemetery, Colton. ULLENBRUCH In San Bernardino, Calif., May 23, 1958, Norman W. Ullenbruch, 72, resident Buffalo, N.Y., visiting San Bernardino 10 days. Body for warded yesterday, Buffalo, services and Interment Grove Colonial Mortuary directing locally. LANE In Los Angeles, Calif.. May 22, 195S, Mi's. Clara B. Lane, 89. native Michigan, resident Los Angeles two years, former resident Yucaipa 47 years. Services 10:30 a.m. Monday, Yu caipa Methodist Church. Interment Montecito Memorial Park. Emmerson's Yucaipa Mortuary directing. DEBBINK In Redlands, Calif., May 22, 1958. John William Debbink, 45, native The Netherlands, resident Red- lands nine months. Services 2 p.m. Monday. F. Arthur Cortner Qiaoel, Redlands. Interment, Hillside Cemetery. GOFORTH In San Bernardino, Calif. May 22. 1958, Mrs. Nora M. Goforth. 76, native Canada, resident California 47, years, Bloomington 17 years. Serv ices 2 p.m. Monday, Knopsnyder Mortuary, Colton. Interment Hillside Ceme tery. Redlands. RAMIREZ In Barstow. Calif., May 20, 1958. Donato Ramirez, 57, native Mexico, resident Barstow 29 years, California 35 years. Rosary 8 p.m. Monday, O'Donnell Funeral Home, Barstow. Mass 9 a.m. Tuesday, St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Barstow. Interment Mountain View Cemetery, Barstow. HARD-LUCK VEGAS RESORT RECOMMENDED FOR LICENSE IDENNIS THE MENACE By Hank Kercham CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our neighbors and friends who extended help, sympathy and flowers, to us in our recent sorrow In the loss of our beloved wife and sister. Katherine C. Clarke. ALBERT W. CLARKE and FAMILY FLORISTS STEPHENSON'S FLOWERS It Costs No More lor Our Service 117 "E" St Central Bide. fLx 43-4123 FUNERAL DIRECTORS KREMER FUNERAL HOME Personally Conducted Services 1446 MT. VERNON AVE. PH. TUr 5-1611 MARK B. SHAW, INC. Nearly V, Century of Funeral Service 1525 Waterman Ave. S.B. Ph. TUr 4-2131 Lord's Funeral Chapel Distinctive Funeral Service 1356 Mt Vernon Ave. Phone TUr 9-2721 STANLEY L. DICKEY MORTUARY 8030 Mango Fontana VA 2-2285 TILLIE'S FUNERAL HOME 551 No. Mt Vemon Ph. TUr 9-8666 STEPHENS & BOBBITT FUNERAL HOME 1156 F Street Phone TUr 8-02H GROVE COLONIAL MORTUARY 738 Highland Ave. S.B. Ph. TUr 9-1151 INGOLD CHAPEL (Funeral Home) 16716 Upland Ave.. Fontana Ph. VA 2-8083 OALPH WM. ALLEN FUNERAL HOME Phone TRiangle 5-1123 130 S. Willow Ave.. Rialto CEMETERIES MONTECITO MEMORIAL PARK Cemetery Lots. Mausoleums Crematory Ph. TA 5-3024 South End Waterman Ave. GREEN ACRES MEMORIAL GARDENS Serving the Inland Empire 19050 7th St. Bloomington Ph. TRinlty 7-0725 CARSON CITY, Nev. w After assurances tnat btardust Hotel owner John (Jake the Barber) Factor will have nothing to do with the casino, Nevada's Gam ing Control Board yesterday recommended a gambling license for the big Las Vegas resort. Actual issuance of the license will be considered Monday by the State Tax Commission. The Stardust, under construc tion for years but still to open for the first time, recently was bailed out of bankruptcy by Factor's wife, Rella, of Los Angeles, for four million dollars. Under the plan approved by the Gaming Board yesterday, the group which operates the Des ert Inn in Las Vegas will take over the Stardust casino for a monthly rental ranging from $40,- 000 to $80,000. DIES SUDDENLY This is a far cry from a plan originally approved by the state in 1955 under which casino oper ators were to pay Stardust pro moter Tony Cornero Stralla $500,- 000 a month in rent. This plan fell through and the hotel went into bankruptcy after Stralla's sudden death at a Las Vegas dice table. Factor, who served six years in a federal prison for a whisky fraud in the 1940s and who was accused of a seven million dollar South African diamond mine swindle in the 1920s, will be an asset to Las Vegas, Desert Inn Secretary Al- lard Roen told the Gaming Board, Board member William Sinnott said he questioned this because of the widespread publicity bound to result from Factor's association with the hotel. Factor most recently was in the news when he opposed an Illinois pardon for his 1933 kidnaper prohibition era gangster Roger (The Terrible) Touhy. Touhy was sentenced to prison for 99 years on Factor's testimony that he was abducted for $70,000 ransom. Factor wasn't alone in coming under Gaming Board scrutiny during the hearing on the Stardust application. Members also asked a guarantee that John Drew, former floating dice game operator in the Chicago area, will actually work at the casino managerial post assigned him by the Desert Inn group. Board Chairman Robbins Cahill recalled that Drew seldom was around during the period several years ago when he was supposed to manage the Golden-Bank casino in Reno. Roen told the board that Drew was brought into the Stardust casino group because "he is a colorful character" and, as an outsider, will tend to keep the Stardust from being in competition with the Desert Inn for the same 1 . . "' 1 SKX ni ill II I I A f in lily I UtiSfAW! ILL MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY Highland Avenue at Waterman San Bernardino. Ph. TUr 5-61S8 Cardinal Stritch Shows Slight Improvement ROME ( Samuel Cardinal Stritch continued to show slight improvement yesterday after another restful night. The 70-year-old Archbishop of Chicago suffered a stroke Monday that partially paralyzed him. He was recovering from the amputation of his right arm, caused by a blood clot. Teamsters Lawyer Made Chairman of Monitor Board WASHINGTON UP) Martin F.l O'Donoghue, local lawyer who has represented the Teamsters Union, yesterday was made chairman of the monitor board named by a federal court to watch Teamsters management. The surprise choice was made by Federal Judge F. Dickenson Letts. O'Donoghue represented the Teamsters in the early stages of a suit brought by a group of rank and file union members seeking to block James R. Hoffa from becoming Teamsters president. Judge Letts set up the monitor system in a compromise of the suit. In that settlement, Hoffa took over the presidency and the three monitors were ordered to keep an eye on the situation to help insure there would be no corruption or dictator tactics. The original monitor board chairman, former Municipal Judge Nathan Cayton, resigned last year on the ground of press of other business. He praised Hoffa and other Teamsters leaders for cooperating in helping correct conditions within the union. "Why don't we buy BLACK towels?" clientele. Another outsider asso-j ciated with Drew as casino boss is Milton Jaffe of Pittsburgh, Pa., onetime manager of ex-heavyweight boxer Billy Conn. REFUSED LICENSE Frank-talking Samuel L. Bratt of Las Vegas was refused a cense by the Gaming Board be-! cause of his past partnership in illegal Florida gambling with what board members described as "the most notorious figures in the country." i When questioned about his background, Bratt freely rattled off such names as Jake and Meyer j Lansky, Joe Adonis and Frank Ericson as ex-partners at the Greenacres Club in Broward County, Fla. j "I don't know how it happened, : but I started out with 70 per cent! and wound up with 11 per cent,"i said Bratt. j To which Sinnott observed: "He was the victim of a typical muscle but in the face of the record we can't give him a license." Bratt wanted to invest $12,500 ' for a one-fourth interest in the1 I Saratoga Race Book in Las Vegas. I So Coooool! COOLERS Gaffers - Sattler UTILITY Appliance Corporation . Complete Roof $OfiE Installation Uv INCLUDES 4500 CFM Utility Cooler. All parts & labor. Installation by licensed air conditioning coo-tractor. On year guarantee. Free Estimates Financing WE HAVE COOLER PADS ATCO CON., Inc. Heating Air Conditionlnf Sheet Metal Work Open Sat. and Sunday 25048 3rd St. Ph. TUx 85-4145 Acrou t-roia fcurton AFB Main Gate FRANK J. LIMBACHER Services for Frank John Lim-bacher were held yesterday at Stanley L. Dickey Mortuary, Fontana. The Rev. Nicholas A. Eva-lenko, of Church of Modern Christianity Fontana, officiated. Mrs. Patricia Murray sang "The Lord's Prayer," and "Beautiful Isle." Accompanist was Mrs. Alva Bland. Pallbearers, all members of the auDearers, ail members ol the!f" Fontana Kiwanis Club, were Carljl I D Vitalie, Charles VV. Kurth, Nor- man P fViuW-nciv Paul TVT pPq Ka Charles R. Miller, and F. GaiL Squires. Interment was in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Bloomington. j WAR I ii i i u : .i n urtrc neaaauarTers Tor nomemaicers u - The Store Wifh 10,000 If ems 0 Pipe Pipe Fittings Bath & Kitchen Fixtures Repair & Replace- Q ment Parts Plus All Plumbing Supplies Electrical Wire Fixtures & Supplies Housewares Galvanized Ware Tents Camping j Equipment Outdoor Supplies Men's & Boys' Dress Shoes & " Clothing Chaise Lounges Rollaway Beds & Mattresses Western f"l Wear Redwood Furniture ,n 1 ' .. . . W M- M M-.M m M am aterman SUNDAYS 'til 6 P. M. MONDAY THRU SATURDAY 'til 9 P.M. MRS. NORA M. GOFORTH Mrs. Nora M. Goforth, 76. na tive of Canada and resident of PI Bloomington 17 years, died Thurs- i U day in a San Bernardino hospital, j A resident of California 47 years, O Mrs. Goforth lived at 16579 Santa Ana, Bloomington. I She is survived by the widow-! er, John VV.; two sons, Thomas, Bloomington and John R., Ontario; ; a daughter, Mrs. Bessie Willis, j Bloomington; 10 grandchildren and 1 4 gTeat-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at Knopsnyder Mortuary, Colton, with interment in Hillside Cemetery, Redlands. D 0 KAREN L. ALBRIGHT Graveside services for ETTA LEXORA WORSFOLD Services for Mrs. Etta Lenora Worsfold will be held today at 10 a.m. at Stephens & Bobbitt Chapel. Interment will be in Mt. View Cemetery. AKLIE C. KTLLEBREW Services for Arlie C. Killebrew will be held today at 10 a.m. U at Grove Colonial Mortuary, with Wi the Rev. Garth Smith of High-!8 land Church of Christ officiating, j Pf Interment will be in Mt. View j f Cemetery. T. J. WRIGHT 1 LI Services for T. J. Wright will' be held today at 10:30 a.m. atj Mark B. Shaw Chapel. Interment! will be in Pioneer Memorial f"l Cemetery. jj LTLLIE DORIS LADISOX iPl Services for Mrs. Lillie Doris . O Ladison will be held today at 11:30 a.m. at the New Hope Bap-jO tist Church, 7th and Harris Sts., with the Rev. Arthur Cathcart of' Friendship Baptist Church, Fon-i tana, officiating. Interment will be I in Green Acres Memorial Gar dens, Bloomington, with Tillie'si Funeral Home directing. Friends' may call at the mortuary until! time of services. THEODORE R. MILLER The body of Theodore R. Miller will lie in state from noon to-! day until time of services, 10 a.m. Monday, at F. Arthur! Cortner Chapel, Redlands. The; Rev. T. J. Walling of Central Church of Christ will officiate. Interment will be in Mt. View Cemetery. 34 Found Guilty of Trying to Run Arms BROWNSVILLE, Tex. (J) A Federal District Court jury found 34 men guilty of conspiracy run arms to the leader of the 'abortive Cuban revolt, Fidel Cas tro. It found the 35th defendant innocent. 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