Funeral services for H. Robert Dykes, Jr., M.D., 45, who passed away in Santa Monica Thursday after a lengthy illness, will be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Taft. Dr. Hayden Sears and Dr. Robert Young, Methodist ministers and close friends of the Dykes family, along with the Rev. Gelnn Miller, will officiate. Burial will follow in the West Side District Cemetery. Dr. Dykes was born in Enterpirse, Alabama on July 31, 1918, and came to Taft as a small child. He attended Taft schools graduating from Taft Union High School in 1936. He was a resident of California for 39 years. Dr. Dykes attended Stanford University the University of Southern California and the University of Alabama before attending medical school. He received his medical education at the University of Louisville Medical School in Louisville, Kentucky. He interned at Bethesda Naval Hospital after entering the Navy upon graduation from medical shcool. Sent overseas during World War II, Dr. Dykes served in Okinawa and other parts of the Pacific Theater, taking part in some of the American landings. He was discharged as lieutenant, j.g. at the end of the war and returned to Taft to start medical practice. He practiced here for about 15 years, then moved to Costa Mesa, where he ramained for three years, until he became ill. Dr. Dykes has been an out patient at the Veterans’ Hospital at Wastelle for about a year and a half, living with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. Robert Dykes, Sr., in Santa Monica, during that time. He is survived by his children, Mrs. John Moss of Los Angeles and H. Robert Dykes, III, of Burlingame; his parents; a sister, Mrs. Denver Sherman of Healdsburg; four brothers, Dr. Jack Dykes, Bakersfield, Bill Dykes of Cuyama Valley, Ben Dykes, D.D., Taft and Dick Dykes, M.D., also of Taft; and other relatives. Dr. Dykes was a past member of Taft Kiwanis and a member of the Taft Elks Club. Friends are requested to contribute to the Cancer Fund in lieu of flowers.