The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on December 5, 1966 · Page 16
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T i-2 THE SUN Men., Dee. 5, 1966 Death and Funeral Notices (Editor's note: Information tana and John L. Jr. of Aider- Included in the following death; wood Manor, Wash.; sisters. notices is provided by the Mrs. Lizzy Howerton of North mortuaries. If any details, Little Rock, Ark., and Mrs. names, dates or hours are in correct, this newspaper would appreciate immediate notification.) ODA R. MONROE Mrs. Oda R. Monroe, 71, 6836 Palm Ave., Highland, died Saturday in a San Bernardino hospital. Native Missouri, resident Highland one year and Califor- CHESTER A. BROWN Lela Randolph of Lynn, Ark.; brothers, Afton of Smithville, Ark., and Gaston of St. Louis, Mo.; six grandchildren and three great-grandchildren Services: 10 a.m. Wednesday, Ingold Chapel, Fontana, Rev. Lester Enslow of West Arrow Baptist Church officiating; bur ial, Crestlawn Memorial Park, Riverside. nia seven years Survivors: son, Arthur C. Murphy of Highland; daughter, Mrs. Lucille Rochlin of San Francisco; sisters, Mrs. Nellie 'Bridwell of Minnesota and 'Mrs. Rose Snow and Mrs. Myrtle Nacki, both of Nebraska; brother, Fay of Rounds, Minn.; eight grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren. Graveside services 10 a.m. Tuesday at Pioneer Cemetery; "Grove Colonial Mortuary in charge of arrangements. JOHN L. COAKE ' John L. Coake, Tamarind Ave., Fontana, died Sunday at a Fontana hospital. Native of Lawrence County, Arkansas, resident Fontana and California 23 years. He was a heater helper for !20 years at Kaiser Steel Co. Member: West Arrow Baptist ' Church. 1 Survivors: widow, Bertha of Fontana; sons, Vernon of Fon- Services for Chester A. Brown, 3 p.m. Tuesday, Mark B. Shaw Chapel; burial, Mt. View Cemetery. SARAH C. HENSHAW Rosary for Mrs. Sarah Caroline Henshaw 8 p.m. today, Mead Mortuary, Barstow; mass 9 a.m. Tuesday, Marine Base Chapel, Barstow; burial, Mt. View Cemetery, Barstow. Mt. View Cemetery, Rev. Rog er Veum of Highland Lutheran Church officiating. Colton Funeral Chapel directing. DEMOSTHENES NICHOLSON Demosthenes A. Nicholson, 78, of 2845 D Street, San Bernardino, Calif., died Saturday at a San Bernardino hospital. Na- children. tive of Amalias, Greece, resi- Tuesday, Mark B. Shaw Chap- .J i -f c rt 1: I ri , A - ttt j i ueiu ui otw oeuiaiuinu aim uai- ei. mass, v a.m. neanesaay, JOSEPH KORZINSKI Joseph Korzinski, 79, of 264 W. Mill St., San Bernardino, died Saturday in Redlands. Na tive of Poland, resident of San Bernardino and California nine years. Member: St. Bernardine's Catholic Church. Survivors: daughters, Mrs. Ce cilia Kosh of San Bernardino, and Mrs. Wanda Wastak of Brooklyn, N.Y.; five grandchil dren and three great - grand- Rosary, 7:30 p.m. ifornia for 23 years. He was a retired physical therapist. Member: Phoenix Masonic Lodge 178, FA & AM. Physical Therapist Association, founder and past grand governor of Greek American Progressive Association, St. Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church. Survivors: widow, Flora W. of San Bernardino: son, An- St. Bernardine's Catholic Church; burial, Mt. View Cem etery. DANIEL A. CARMAN Daniel A. Carman, 95, 233 E. Etiwanda St., Rialto, died yes terday at a San Bernardino hos pital. Native Ohio, resident Ki-alto 54 years. Survivors: a daughter, Mrs. Louise E. Padgett, Rialto; two drew of Orlando, Fla.; daugh-Sons, Jewell R., and Willis D., ALDEN H. MARKHAM eo t "7ioo sonic Temple, Needles, Masonic b8, Ot 761St j ,fi j -rj K i s i vanun of First Baptist Church of Needles officiating, Newbry Mortuary, Needles, directing; burial, Riverview Cemetery, Needles. both of San Pedro; a brother, Will, Ohio; five grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Thursday, Rialto Chapel of Grove Colon ial Mortuary; private burial at DELORES K. KEEL Mrs. Delores Kay Keel, 25, former resident of San Bernardino, died Nov. 28 in Spokane, (sales service AIR CONDITIONING SAN BERNARDINO SHEET METAL 649 2nd St. ItfabllslMtf ! 114 COOLING HEATING: SALES; SERVICE; REPAIRS Arctic Circle, Cclcmac, Dearborn, Holly, Payne, Uflllry ter, Mrs. Georgia N. Nelson of Colton; brother, Nicholas Nicholson of Athens, Greece; sisters, Mrs. Dina Bakeris of Ath ens, Greece, and Mrs. Helen Services for Alden Harold Vamis of Lakewood, Ohio; andlGreen Acres Memorial Garden. Markham 10 a.m. Tuesday, Ma- two granddaughters. services: 11 a.m. Tuesday, St. Prophet Elias Greek Orthodox Church; burial, Mt. View Cemetery, Phoenix Masonic T J nn n i a aC .re- ixrage io rA am oiiiciaiing;Wash NaUve Scottsbluff. Neb. ai gravesiae. Survivors: husband, Cecil, Thrice holy hymns 7:30 p.m Spokane Wash-. two sons and SQUIRES INFANT faail a aaugnter, i ommy, uavm ana Graveside services for baby- r ivainie, an or aposane; momer, boy George W. Squires III, son of Wttv m smith Mrs;. Ra"e ,,uieasn , san fer" Mr and Mrs George W I naraino; lamer, Armur uiea- Squires Jr., 2 'p.m. Tuesday! BeKtty JoA Smit 42, ofson Hesperia; brother Albert M - 5717 Newberry Ave., San Ber-iFerris, Mt. Home, Idaho; two Inardino, died Sunday in a San sisters, Mrs. Edith Rams, Lan- Bernardmo hospital. Native caster, Mrs. Dorothy Williams, Headton, Okla., resident San Sacramento. Bernardino and California 281 Graveside services: 11 a.m. years. She was a secretary at Pat-ton State Hospital for eight years. Member: Patton State Em ployes Association. Survivors: husband, Paul E. of San Bernardino; daughter, Paula J. of San Bernardino; brother, Charles Humphries of Yucaipa; sister, Carolyn Jean Smith of San Bernardino; and mother, Mrs. Mary E. Humph ries of San Bernardino. Services pending at Bobbitt Memorial Chapel. TUrner 5-3875 AUTO BODY SHOP TUrnet 9-9655 24-HOUR TOW SERVICE ZULCH AUTO WORKS 3rd and f Sfs. HUIU I HUI J til 4 P.M. Automotive Parts & Supplies U.S. ROYAL DISTRIBUTORS TRI-CITY AUTO PARTS 632 W. Bast Line TU 5-4488 AUTO WRECKING Ju AMERICAN AUTO WRECKING 755 N. Waterman Meter TrammluloM Differentials Radiator Generator OPEN SUNDAYS 71 L 3 P.M. Ne Dewe en Approved Credit 10,000 WRECKS AVAILABLE FOR PARTS IT TELETYPE TUrner 5-7614 CAMPER-SALES RENTAL JOHN'S CAMPER SALES 24228 Hwy. 99 INLAND EMPIRE'S LARGEST and MOST COMPLETE CAMPER DEALER ' RENTALS: DAY-WEEK-MONTH PARTS SERVICE INSTALLATION ALDEN L. RILEY Services for Alden L. Riley 1:30 p.m. Monday, Norton Air Force Base Chapel; burial, Montecito Memorial Park. Tuesday, Montecito Memorial Park, Mark B. Shaw directing. MAUD M. LEININGER Graveside services for Maud M. Leininger, 10 a.m. today, Mt. View Cemetery, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel directing. CURTIS J. CLEVELAND Services for Curtis J. Cleveland, 11 a.m. today, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; burial, Montecito Memorial Park. We've been able to lower gas rates 5 times. BETTY B. ROGERS Services for Betty Boyle Rog ers, 2 p.m. today, Bobbitt Memorial Chapel; burial Montecito Memorial Park. (Continued on B 3) (But with almost everything else going up, you might not have noticed.) The Gas Company has been able to reduce rates five times in less than four years. During this same time, we've been able to pass on to you quite a bit in refunds, too. $82 million to be exact. As an investor-owned company, regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission, we take an extra step to make sure you're satisfied with your gas service. (Keeping you happy is the way we do business.) So, if you didn't think much about our reductions and refunds, we hope it's because you've come to expect reasonable rates from the Gas Company. And, in a nice way, kind of take us for I granted. SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA (Investor-owned Company of the Pacific Lighting System) 0 gas COMPANY CARPET CLEANING TUrner 7-2553 EMBLADE RUG & UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS Moth Proofing Soli Rttardant Antiitatle Wo Hanoi Wator A Flrt Damogo 2S2S Mocy St. Cleaning of: ww Carper Domeitle & Oriental Rugs Reweavlng CHINESE FOOD WILL DELIVER WONG'S KITCHEN "Your Home Kitchen Away From Home" New Modern Sanitary TU 3-5414 2150 North E St. TU 3-5422 TRlangle 5-1150 CONCRETE-READY MIX Triangle Rock Products. Inc. 2400 W. Highland Aw:, S.B. ROCK SAND CONCRETE 4 Hants Serving the San lernardlne-Rlverstde Art TUrner 5-0165 EQUIPMENT RENTALS Ray's Equipment Rental & Sales 24996 Base L7ne ILECTRIC TOOLS SANDERS SPRAY EQUIP. CHAIN SAWS FORD TRACTORS CEMENT MIXERS TILLERS RENOVATORS, ETC. GAS .... TEXACO 2 OFF BILL BURNETT'S BIG DISCOUNT TEXACO EASE LINE AND STERLING ... 12 PUMPS. FAST SERVICE 2c PER GALLON DISCOUNT OR TRIPLE STAMPS PIZZA jss THE MUG 1588 W. Highland Ave. STEAK POOD TO OO SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI UOUOk STORE COCKTAILS PLUMBING TUrntt 2-0014 NELSON PLUMBING & HEATING 410 W. 40th St. WATER HEATERS CONTRACTING REPAIRING WHEEL CHAIRS -HOSPITAL BEDS Oxygen Walkers Commodes Crutches, etc RENTALS FREE DELIVERY SALES 228 W. 7fh St. COURTESY SERVICES TU 4-4727 GOOD HOUSEKEEPING STORE 0 1158 E. HIGHLAND AVE Just East of Perrls ft . Hill Boll Park S' Ho The Good Housekeeping Store, after 20 years of serving San Bernardino at Highland Ave., is closing its doors forever. It is with regret that we are forced to conduct this FINAL CLOSE-OUT SALE, but it is also with the hope that our many customers, our friends, may take advantage of the fantastic values on our showroom floor. All of our FINE FURNITURE, BEDDING, APPLIANCES, and TV prices have been slashed. NEAR COST, AT COST, ANDOR BELOW COST!!! BY BUYING NOW YOU ALSO HAVE THE BEST SELECTION 9 to 9 Mon. thru Friday A VERY FEW EXAMPLES Saturday 9 to 5 CONTEMPORARY ?01SP.F.A. and fi)afX50 LOVE SEAT Was 289.95 Now 84" SOFA and CHAIR Was 279.95 Now 98" SOFA and LOVE SEAT Was 489.95 Now ma 18T MEDITERRANEAN, SPANISH 182" LOVE SEAT Reg. 389.95 Now TRANSITIONAL Keg. Now !0FA fie50 Keg. iftv.yb Now am COLONIAL 1 SOFA BED, and CHAIR Was 2 19.95 Now SOFA and CHAIR Was 309.95 Now 98" Attached Pillow Back Sofa & Chair Was 439.95 Now Two Matching CHAIRS Was 109.95 Now Two Matching CHAIRS Was 135.00 Now Ml 88". CHRISTMAS GIFTS Lay-Away Now! MAPLE NAPKIN RACKS Q00 Reg. 5.95 Now 0 LOVE SEATS, Priced 1 EE 50 Now From 85.50 to I Uv CHAIR PADS A00 Were 4.49 Now L ALL PICTURES and WALL DECOR 50 O OFF COLOR TV 23" Rectangular Model Req. 509.95 Now TERMS ONLY 15.50 MONTH SACRIFICE PRICES Automatic washers, dryers, "dishwashers", refrigerators. SEALY and Other FAMOUS BRAND NAMES Bedding & Sofa Sleepers Guaranteed, KING SIZE Mattress set Reg. 199.95 Now m HOTEL and MOTEL MATTRESS SETS Reg. 89.95 Now Ml" SLEEPERS Modern Maple Reg. 210.95 NOW 149.50 Reg. 249.95 NOW 169.50 Reg. 289.95 NOW 199.50 Reg. 369.95 NOW 268.50 42" ROUND TABLE 2 Leaves, 6 Chairs Reg. 219.95 NOW 2 HARDWOOD BEDS That Will Bunk With $ Mattress Sets. Now Reduced to French Prov. TRIPLE DRESSER, MIRROR, BED, RT?ifn50 NITE STAND Pll" Reg. 439.95 NOW AS rE NOTHING DOWN Up to 36 MO. TO PAY! HUNDREDS OF ITEMS NOT LISTED AT SIMILAR SAVINGS 0 While They Last! s Vr

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