The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on May 12, 1967 · Page 25
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1 Death and Funeral Notices (Editor's Note: Information included in the following death notices is provided by the mor tuaries. If any details, names, dates or hours are incorrect, this newspaper would appreciate immediate notification.) MARY E. EDDY Mary Evelyn Eddy, 71, 1284 Alexander Ave., San Bernar dino, died Wednesday, local hospital. Native New York, resi dent San Bernardino 45 years. Member: White Shrine, San Gorgonio, No. 17; Order of Eastern Star, Arrowhead Chap ter No. 548; St. John's Episcop al Church. Survivors: husband, Robert Q. and son, James Q., both of San Bernardino; sister, Mrs. Helen Neill, Santa Ana; three grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; burial, Mt. View Cemetery. HARVEY W. JOHNSON Harvey W. Johnson, 90, 9156 Valley Blvd., ban Bernardino, died Wednesday, San Bernar dino. Native Louisiana, resident San Bernardino 10 months. Retired upholsterer. Survivors: son, Daniel Bell, Oakland; daughter, Mrs. Loret-ta Bland, San Bernardino; two grandchildren. Services: 3:30 p.m. Monday, Mark B. Shaw Chapel; burial, Pioneer Memorial Cemetery. Friends may call at the slumber room after 7 p.m. Saturday. JOSEPH E. CONTRELL Joseph Edmund Contrell, 67, 103 Meridian Ave., San Bernardino, died Wednesday, Loma Linda hospital. Native Brooklyn, N.Y., resident San Bernardino five years, California 17 years. Self - employed car dealer. Survivors: daughter, Betty J.; son, Edmond J., both of San Bernardino; sister, Mae, Brooklyn, N.Y. Graveside services: 11 a.m. today, Rialto Park Cemetery; Ralph Wm. Allen Funeral Home directing. LYNN M. COX Lynn Marquis Cox, 72, 3553 S. Riverside Ave., Rialto, died Thursday, San Bernardino hospital. Native Waverly, Mo., resident Rialto 26 years, California 35 years. Retired city employe. Member: First Baptist Church, Colton; Veteran's Post day, Ralph Wm. Allen Funeral Home, Rialto; burial, Rialto Park Cemetery. HARRY P. KLEPAR Harry P. Klepar, 31, 10989 Calabash St., F o n t a n a, died Tuesday, Monterey. Native Brooklyn, N.Y., resident Fon-tana 17 years. Survivors: widow, Jacqueline, Fontana; parents, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Klepar, Fontana; sis ter, Mrs. Ellen Rush, Fontana; brother, John S., Claremont. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday, In gold Chapel, Fontana; burial, Green Acres Memorial Gardens Bloomington. PATSY S. LAWSON Patsy Sue Jean Lawson, 32, 2663 Soutar Rd., Running Springs, died Wednesday, San , Bernardino Mountains. Native Bethany, Okla. Teacher. Member: California Teachers Association. Survivors: husband, James and son. Gerald C, both of Running Springs; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Page Francis, Corval-lis, Ore,; brother, John Fran cis, u.is. Army, stationed in Germany; sisters, Ruby Francis, Corvallis, Ore., Janice Cradle, Newport, Ore. Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday, Mark B. Shaw Chapel; burial pending. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m.' Saturday. SUSAN F. LAWSON Susan Frances Lawson, five, 2663 Soutar Rd., -Running Springs, died Wednenday, San Bernardino Mountains. Native San Pedro. Survivors: father, James Lawson, and brother, Gerald C. both of Running Springs; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Page Francis, Corvallis, Ore., Mr. and Mrs. James Lawson Sr., Riverside. Services: 1:30 p.m. Monday, Mark B. Shaw Chapel; burial, pending. Friends may call at the chapel after 7 p.m. Saturday. OSRE P. WALLACE Services for Mrs. Osre Perl Wallace 3 p.m. today, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; burial, Mon-tecito Memorial Park. Gippie R. Blackman Mortuary, Porno-' na, directing burial. CHESTER R. GAMBLE Services for Chester R. Gam- No. 422, Rialto. jble 11 a.m. today, Mark B. Survivors; widow, Jessie E. J Shaw Chapel; burial, 1:30 p.m. Rialto; son, Paul G. Peterson,! today, Inglewood Park Cemc-Monrovia; sister, Mrs. Pearl E. tery, Inglewood. Tyler, ' Trona; two grandchildren. HUBERT F. SALADIN Services: 10:30 p.m. Satur- Mass for Hubert F. Saladin 60th ANNIVERSARY 1907-1967 GIFT WATfHFS Caravelle :;I I g $16.95 $17.95 95 : Caravelle A Product , of Bulova Watch Company. . $1 Down $1 Week It Takes Only A Few Min-Z utes to Open An Account at I Goodmans; From $1 (m Use Your BmkAmericarq GOODMAN;7WJ 60th ANNIVERSARY L 1907-1967 Inland Center Downtown San Bernardino Fontana Square 10 a.m. today, Holy Rosary Catholic Church; burial, Mt. View Cemetery. Mark B. Shaw Chapel directing. DR. MARTIN L. SEVERANCE SR. Services for Dr. Martin L. Severance Sr. 1:30 p.m. today, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; bur ial, Montecito Memorial Park. WILLIAM G. GATES Graveside services for Wil liam G. Gates 3 p.m. today, Mt View Cemetery; Mark B. Shaw Chapel directing. GRACE HERNANDEZ Rosary for Grace Hernandez 8 p.m. today, Knopsnyder Mortu ary Chapel; mass 10 a.m. Saturday, Immaculate Conception Catholic Church; burial, Mt. Cemetery. ELLA A. SWENSON 1 Graveside services for Ella A. Swenson 2 p.m. today, Mt. View Cemetery; Grove Colonial Mor tuary directing. JAMES E. GIRNT Services for James E. Girnt 1 p.m. today, Emmerson Calime- sa Mortuary; burial Desert Lawn Memorial Park, Beau mont. EDWARD N. McPHEE Graveside services for Edward N. McPhee U a.m. today, Hillside Memorial Park, Red-lands; Emmerson Redlands Mortuary directing. MARY D. COALE Services for Mary Deats Coale 2 p.m. today, Ingold Chapel, Fontana; burial, Montecito Memorial Park. RAY L. NEWTON Services for Ray L. Newton 1 p.m. today, Stanley L. Dickey Mortuary, Fontana; burial, Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Bloomington. HOWARD M. SONJU Services for Howard M. Sonju 2 p.m. today, Hughes Yucaipa Mortuary; burial Hillside Mem orial Park, Redlands. ROBERT E, RICHARDS Graveside services for Robert E. Richards held Tnursday, Ri alto Park Cemetery; Rev. Frank M. Witman, Rialto Metb odist Church, officiating. Ralph Wm. Allen Funeral Home di recting. CLYDE C. BROCK Body of Clyde C. Brock forwarded by the Ralph Wm Allen Funeral Home, Rialto, to Mueller Funeral Home, Kenne- iwick, Wash., for services and burial. WILLARD R. RUTHERFORD Services for Willard R. Ruth erford held Thursday, Ingold Chapel, Fontana; Rev. David Le Grand, Valley Bible Church, of ficiating. Remains forwarded to E. M. Trout and Sons Mortuary, Pon- ca City, Okla., for services and burial. EMMA R. DOWNING Services for Emma R. Down ing held Thursday, Ingold Chap el, Fontana; Rev. Horace S. Cushing, Fontana Community Church, officiating; burial, Mon, tecito Memorial Park; pallbear ers, Thomas S. Tontlewicz, Otto C. Janssen, John H. Harder, James M. Limeberry, Walter J. Miller, Otis Bracken. BERT O. PAKINSON Services for Bert O. Pakinson held Thursday, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; San Bernardino Ma sonic Lodge No. 348 F&AM members, Allen Gresham, Worshipful Master, Jack H. Bul-mer, Senior Warden, Frank L. Vesty, Chaplain, officiating; burial, Mt. View Cemetery; pallbearers, Augustin Juric, Nells A. Soderburg. W. C. Maynard, Isaac R. Bays, J. R. Johnson, Friday, May 12, 1967 Richard E. Meeks. GEORGE SASSARD Services for George Sassard held Thursday, Bobbitt Memo rial Chapel, Dr. Richard Mus-sen, First United Presbyterian Church, officiating; burial, Mt. View Cemetery; pallbearers, Frank Ellena, John P. Davis, THE fdNB-ll Alfred W. McGuire, Allen' Miller, Lawrence F. Mueller, C I. Gates. HARRY MASSEY Private graveside services for Harry Massey held Thursday, Montecito Memorial Park; (Continued on B 12, Column 1) ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS ENCLOSED PATIOS Beautify iny horn, modrnii. R.pl.ct your wood windows with aluminum. Let us ihow yoj how. W install and guarantee all work, farms arranged. Also Horn remodaling and r.pairi. FREE ESTIMATES PHONE 8 A.M. to 5:30 P.M. TU 2-3741 AFTER 5:30 P.M. TU 2-3741 DEL ROSA GLASS, Inc. Licensed-Bonded 2900 N. Del Rosa Ave. Residential and Commercial SECURITY GRILLS PREVENT BREAK-INS Sliding matal grills and stationary Iron or aluminum, dacorativt, durable. Residential t Commercial. Roll up guards for plate windows. Terms! THE "GLASSMAN 2900 N. Del Rosa Ave. 24 HOUR SERVICE TU 2-3741 . . . and new and older homes offered for sale in the classified pages of The Sun-Telegram are real bargains. Don't miss out! Make checking the real estate advertisements in this paper a daily habit. Chances are you'll find the perfect home at a good price. Remember, the trend in home values is up. The longer you wait, the more you are likely to pay for the house you want. CLASSIFIED SECTION Whelm yy Ik for flfoe m& llhie smoiilliis& ride mraosfi" irsD nrtd the best? wibe, yorfl. end up wMd i Chevrolet (aigoim eveirytfoimiei M7"" iiiimmm li 'I'lm"" Top left: Chevy TJ Nova Station Wagon. Foreground: Chevrolet Impala Station Wagon. Top right: Chevelle Malibu Station Wagon. Chevrolet Impala, roomiest in its class. If you want proof, get all the catalogs on station wagons at Impala's price. Turn to the specification tables and start comparing roominess. Many people buy wagons for roominess alone. So see who comes out on top where it counts most. Chevrolet. Consider also Body by Fisher, Chevrolet dependability, flush-and-dry rocker panels and Magic-Mirror finish as bonuses. Chevelle Malibu, smoother, quieter ride. A Malibu not only gives you a Full Coil suspension ride, but the body mountings are double-cushioned to insulate you against road noise and vibration. And it carries plenty families or full-size cargoes. It opens wide. 54.6 inches, to be exact, 28.5 inches high. Flip the second seat down and you've got 86 cubic feet of cargo space for all your gear. And a tough vinyl covering on that big load floor to protect Chevelle and everything it carries. Chevy XI Nova, best equipped for the money. On the Chevy II Nova Wagon, all-vinyl upholstery is standard. Flush-and-dry rocker panels that clean themselves are standard. Separate panels beneath each fender to inhibit rust are standard. An energizer-type battery with a magic-eye to tell when it needs water is standard. Mono-Plate rear suspension to smooth the ride is standard. Coated rubber mat to protect cargo floor is standard. Price? Below standard. See your Chevrolet dealer during his Camaro Pacesetter Special buys on Camaro Sport Coupes and Convertibles specially equipped with: 250-cubic-inch Six, 155 hp Deluxe steering wheel Bumper guards Whitewall tires Wheel covers Wheel opening moldings Striping along the sides Extra interior brightwork And, at no extra cost during the sale, special hood stripe and a floor shift for the 3-speed transmission! SALE SAVINGS, TOO, ON SPECIALLY EQUIPPED FLEETSIDE PICKUPS (Model CS 10934). Chevrolet's greater worth is another reason you get O mm l i mi urn I MM of ticmfnet Authorized Chevrolet Dealer in San Bernardino JACK COYLE CHEVROLET COMPANY 808 NORTH F STREET Colton, Calif. CENTER CHEVROLET CO. 444 LA CADENA DRIVE Fontana, Calif. BILL BADER CHEVROLET CO., INC. 16666 FOOTHILL BOULEVARD Redlands, Calif. LANGE & RUNKEL INC. REDLANDS FREEWAY AT ALABAMA STREET Rialto, Calif. FRIENDLY CHEVROLET 110 E. FOOTHILL BOULEVARD 04 7582 Corona, Calif. SWANEY CHEVROLET CO. 416 W. SIXTH STREET Riverside, Calif. DE ANZA CHEVROLET CO. 8200 AUTO DRIVE

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