Chino Champion from Chino, California on October 22, 2011 · Page 15
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Chino Champion from Chino, California · Page 15

Publication:
Location:
Chino, California
Issue Date:
Saturday, October 22, 2011
Page:
Page 15
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Saturday, October 22, 2011 www.ChampionNewspapers.com Champion - B3 Champion Newspapers Chino Champion • Chino Hills Champion 13179 Ninth St., Chino, CA 91710 909-628-5501 www.ChampionNewspapers.com Write Your Ad Here Line 1 Line 2 Line 3 Line 4 Name_________________________________________________________ Address____________________________________Apt. #______________ City___________________________________________Zip____________ Phone________________________ Email ___________________________ Please enclose check or money order made payable to: Champion Newspapers, 13179 Ninth St. Chino, CA 91710, or complete your credit card details: VISA Mastercard American Express Discover Number____________________________________Expiration Date____________ Plus , we provide 2-FREE Garage/Yard Sale signs with your paid ad. To place your ad, simply call 909-591-4793 (Please call by Thursday, noon) Monday -Friday, 8 am -5:30 pm Deadline is noon two Thursdays before your garage sale to receive the 1/2 price ad. Or fax your ad to (909) 590-1217 Buy 1 week & get 2 nd Week 1/2 Price! And we’ll post your ad online for FREE! One Week Only $18.50 (4 lines) SERVING ALL FAITHS • SERVING ALL CEMETERIES PRE-ARRANGEMENTS • CREMATION TODD Memorial Memorial CHAPEL Your Independent Family Owned & Operated Funeral Home S erving the Chino Valley Since 1907 622-1217 www.toddmemorialchapel.com Claremont 325 N. Indian Hill FD #942 Pomona 570 N. Garey FD #110 Notice to survivors The Champion handles obituary notices as news items and does not charge for them unless the family insists that we use its wording. We automatically receive notices from the local mortuary, but some out-of-town mortuaries do not always notify us unless the family requests it. Families using out of the area mortuaries should ask for the notice be sent to the Champion at P.O. Box 607, Chino, CA 91708, Fax: (909) 590-1217 or email: news@ChampionNewspapers. com Carolyn Nadine “Deanie” Rapp December 28, 1913 – October 12, 2011 Carolyn passed away at age 97 in Redondo Beach, CA. Her children, Judy Rapp Smith of Los Angeles CA and John Robert Rapp (Dianne) of Mineral Wells, TX, and her grandchildren, Susanna (Matthew), Sudie, Jennifer (Fred), Elizabeth (Chad), and Kathryn (Benjamin) and eight great- grandchildren survive her. Her parents, Oscar and Sudie Williams Corbin, moved with her brother, Robert, from Indiana to Oklahoma and traveled through Oklahoma in a covered wagon just before the Territory was granted statehood, and where Carolyn and three more siblings, Evelyn, Shirley and Garnet were born. They grew up in Oklahoma City, where she graduated from Classen High School and attended Oklahoma City University. She married Robert “Bob” Rapp and eventually moved to Chino, CA where they bred and raced thoroughbred horses. Bob died in 1985 after 48 years of marriage. Deanie loved the races and maintained a box at Santa Anita where she had many good friends. She will be remembered privately by the family. Memorial gifts in her name may be sent to the Don MacBeth Memorial Jockey Fund, P.O. Box 18470, Encino, CA 91416. Esther Victoria Lecaro Esther Victoria “Tita” Lecaro, 111, died Oct. 18, 2011, at her home in Chino. She was born Dec. 23, 1899, in Latunga, Ecuador. In 1926, she married Francisco Lecaro Sanchez and they raised four children. Her husband died June 2, 1947, when she was 47. In 1965, she moved to the United States with her son Hector Lecaro, and they lived in Los Angeles. In subsequent years, she and Hector returned to Ecuador before moving back to the United States in 1979 and settling in Montebello. They moved to Chino in 2003. She was a homemaker and a devout Christian Evangelist who could recite Psalms from memory. One of her greatest joys was that her son Hector became a pastor. She was videotaped reciting Psalm 23 and singing “Sweet Hour of Prayer,” her favorite hymn, for her great-granddaughter’s fourth birthday Oct. 1. She was known for her sense of humor and liked to bestow royal nicknames on her children and grandchildren. She loved to drink sodas on ice. She is survived by three children, Hector Lecaro Sr. of Chino, Haydee Concha of Ecuador and Hugo Lecaro of Moreno Valley; 14 grandchildren; 31 great-grandchildren; and eight great-great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death Sept. 23 2011, by a daughter, Hilda Endara of Florida. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday, Oct. 28, 2011, at Forest Lawn, 21300 E. Via Verde St., Covina. Carolyn Nadine Rapp Carolyn Nadine “Deanie” Rapp, 97, a former Chino resident, died Oct. 12, 2011, in Redondo Beach. She was born Dec. 28, 1913, to Oscar and Sudie Williams Corbin in Oklahoma. She grew up in Oklahoma City, where she graduated from Classen High School and attended Oklahoma City University. She married Robert “Bob” Rapp and eventually moved with him to Chino, where they bred and raced thoroughbred horses. She is survived by her children, Judy Rapp Smith of Los Angeles and John Robert Rapp of Mineral Wells, Texas; fi ve grandchildren; and eight great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1985, after 48 years of marriage. She will be remembered privately by the family. The family suggests memorial donations be sent to the Don MacBeth Memorial Jockey Fund, P.O. Box 18470, Encino, CA 91416. Ruth Louise Snodgrass Robert Arellano Gonzales Ruth Louise Snodgrass, 73, of Chino, died Oct. 15, 2011, in Ontario. She was born Nov. 25, 1937, in Easton, Ill., to Charles and Mildred Bennett. She married Rev. James Snodgrass in 1955 and moved to Chino in 1977. She was employed by the Chino Valley Uni fi ed School District and retired after 22 years. She is survived by her husband of 56 years; daughters, Cynna Hinkle and Atoya Mendez; son, James Snodgrass II; sister, Carol Langenbahn of Spring fi eld, Ill.; 10 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her brother, Charles Bennett Jr., and grandson, USAF Senior Airman Michael Hinkle. A celebration of life service was held Thursday, Oct. 20, 2011, at LifeSpring Assembly of God Church, Riverside. Internment followed at Mason City Cemetery in Mason City, Ill. Chino Valley OBITUARIES Chino Valley NOTES Robert Arellano “Suki” Gonzales, 85, of Ontario, died Oct. 13, 2011. He was born Sept. 23, 1926, in Chino, where he was raised. He moved to Ontario 51 years ago. He was a construction laborer until his retirement in 1984. He enjoyed annual Fourth of July vacations to Lake Tahoe and cruises to the Mexican Riviera. At home, he enjoyed making “meat in the hole” and chile for his family, bingo and gardening. He was a Lakers fan and watched every game. He is survived by daughters, Linda Ornelas and Yolanda Gonzales, both of Ontario, Lorraine Pro and Cynthia Lopez, both of Rialto; sons, Ronnie and Gerald, both of Ontario, and Danny of Fontana; sisters, Evangelina Lamarque and Jennie Loza; brother, Freddie Gonzales; 24 grandchildren; 90 great-grandchildren; and nine great-great-grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his wife of 56 years, Margaret “Mage” Gonzales; a daughter, Patricia “Patsy” Soto; and two sons, David and Robert. Memorial services will be held at 10 a.m. today (Oct. 22, 2011) at Holy Highway Church, 5102 D St., Chino. In- terment will follow at Bellevue Cemetery in Ontario. Band Review Nov. 5 in Chino The 41st Annual Chino Invitational Band Review and Field Show Tournament will take place Nov. 5 at Chino High School. The band review will feature 40 high school and junior high bands beginning at noon and ending at 3 p.m. The A.M. Field Show Tournament will feature 12 bands from 8 to 11:15 a.m. The remaining bands will perform from approximately 5:45 to 10 p.m. Scouts serve spaghetti, auction Boy Scout Troop 202 of Chino United Methodist Church will offer its 32 th annual spaghetti dinner and auction fundraiser Sunday, Nov. 6, at Brinderson Hall on the Chino Fairgrounds, Central and Edison avenues. Dinner costs $5 a person and will be served from 1 to 2:30 p.m. The auction will begin at 2 p.m. Historical Society annual meeting Chino Valley Historical Society will hold its annual meeting at 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 29, at the Chino Community Building, 10th and B streets. Sue Prophet of the com- munity and public relations department of LA/Ontario International Airport will give a PowerPoint presentation focusing on the early history and development of Ontario airport. The public is invited. Legion hosts veterans car show American Legion Chino Post 299 will host a Support Your Veterans car show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, at the post, 13759 Central Ave Chino. The vehicle entry fee is $20. Admission is free. The event will include vendors, awards, raf fl es, and a deejay. Food and drinks will be sold. Information: Don Avila, 6282080. Swap meet at Don Lugo A fall community swap meet at Don Lugo High will support the school’s FBLA club. The event is scheduled from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 12, at the campus, 13400 Pipeline Ave., Chino. Spaces are $20. Reservations: 591-3902. Rotary Club dinner, auction Chino Rotary Club will hold its dinner and auction, “Salute to Service,” at 6 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, at the Chaffey College Chino Community Center, 5897 College Park Ave., Chino. Dinner tickets are $35 person with a $10 credit for attending in a service uniform of any type, military or public service. In addition to dinner, the club will hold a live auction. Tickets are available from any Rotarian or via www.chinoro- tary.org . Free class for mature drivers James S. Thalman Chino Hills Branch Library offers a free Mature Driver Education Class from 10:30 a.m. to noon Mondays. The six-week, continuous class covers everything needed to pass the DMV written exam. Seniors can join the class at any time during the year, and no pre-registration is necessary. Both the California Driver Handbook and sections of the Senior Guide to Safe Driving Handbook are reviewed. In each class, students are given sample written driver tests and the answers are discussed with reference to their location in the handbook. Information: Anne Fine, 5905380 ext. 5906. Bagpipe basics Cattle Elementary School fourth-grader Kody Hernandez gets a lesson on how to place his fi ngers on a chanter, a musical instrument used to learn how to play the bag pipes. Teaching Kody is Bob Conacher of Chino and Mike McCarty, both members of the University of California, Riverside Pipeband. The band members recently presented an assembly on the pipes to Cattle fourth-graders. Submitted photo Chino Hills Police take 2nd in safety program The Chino Hills Police Department received a second-place award in the 86 to 105 sworn personnel division in the California Law Enforcement Challenge (CLEC), a competition among similar-sized departments to be recognized for the most comprehensive traf fi c safety program in the state. CLEC is sponsored by the Highway Patrol, Of fi ce of Traf fi c Safety and Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control, according to a news release. “The CLEC program is important and instrumental in promoting advancement in traf- fi c safety, thereby continuing to decrease the number of people killed per hundred million miles traveled in California,” said Mario Lopez, spokesman for the Highway Patrol. Anxious owner offers reward for return of ‘walking boulder’ By Melodie H. Magouirk The owner of a missing 100-pound tortoise hopes he hasn’t gotten far from home. Karen Singleton, a dog trainer, was out of town when her African Sulcata tortoise went missing from the fenced yard of her Chino home. Nitro, who is 20 years old, has been a pet of Mrs. Singleton for a year, adopted from the Chino Valley Chapter of the California Turtle and Tortoise Club. Before that he served as the mascot for Norco High School, living in the school’s agriculture complex. Sulcatas are known for their burrowing and destructive ways, but Mrs. Singleton said Nitro has accommodations in her yard, and did not dig. Her fear, she said, is that her pet was stolen. “A neighbor came over and said that Nitro is probably long gone, that he’s worth $2,000 on the black market,” Mrs. Singleton said. Lynda Misiak, secretary of the Chino Valley tortoise club, said theft is a possibility. “You see them for sale on Craig’s list, and people want something big and strange,” Mrs. Misiak said. “It would take more than one person to lift him.” Mrs. Misiak described Nitro as a walking boulder. Mrs. Singleton is offering a reward for the return of her pet, no questions asked. To contact Mrs. Singleton, call 821-2664 or 464-0393.

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 18,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Chino Champion
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free