MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, I960 Utah County Utah S. L. At His Home PUBLISHER DIES — John F. Fitzpatrick, 72, publisher of the Salt Lake City Tribune, who died at his home Sunday from a coronary occlusion. Lillian Buys Dies Of Heart Attack Mrs. Lillian Stagg Buys, 75, 523 N. 1st W., died at her home Saturday evening of a heart attack. She was born April 9, 1885, in Provo, a daughter of Joseph and Charlotte Smith Stagg. She married Joseph Hyrum Buys April 5, 1904, in Silver City, J u a b County. The marriage was later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. He died Nov. 30, 1957. She received her education in Mrs the Provo schools. Following her marriage she lived in Silver City and -later in Eureka. She moved to Provo in 1953 and has made her home here since. She was an active member of the LDS Church serving in all organizations. She was a charter member of Ladies of Elks, Tintic Frank Keele Provo Man's Rites Set Wednesday Frank Keele, 73, 696 N., 700 W., Provo, died Saturday morning at the Utah Valley Hospital of pneumonia. He was born Sept. 18, 1886, Bicknell, Wayne County, a son. of Wil- 1 i a m Augustus and Cleopatra Burgess Keele. He was educated in Bicknell and attended the BY Academy for two years and also Snow College in Ephriam. As a young man he worked with his father as a far- lMr - Keele mer and cattleman. He also worked in the construction business building roads and canals. He married Joanna Patten on July 12, 1911, in bhe Manti LDS Temple. She died March 25, 1958 They made their home in Heyburn Ida., where they lived for 14 years while he worked as a farmer and homesteader. In 1925 they moved to Lovell,.Wyo., where he managed his father's ranch. In 1928 they moved to the Provo bench. He worked for the Provo Brick and Tile, Geneva Steel Company and Provo City Corporation until he retired in 1950. He had lived in Pro vo for the past 21 years. A member of the LDS Church he held the office of a high priest He was active in genealogy and temple work, and had spent most of last winter working in the Mesa LDS Temple. He had hobbies of fashing and hunting. Surviving are five sons and five daughters, T. Edward Keele Blanding; William A. Keele, Payson; Frank A. Keele, Loa; John A. Keele, Salt Lake City; Max P Keele, Orem; Mrs. Guy (Luella) (dec) Gale, Mrs. Garold (Isabeile) Johnson, Provo; Mrs. Carroll (Lois) Williams, Mesa, Ariz.; Mrs Leland (Carol) Gregerson, San Francisco; 42 grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; 'two brothers and a sister, William A. Keele Salt Lake City; Thomas Keele, and Mrs. Julia Mickelson, Lovell, Wyo Funeral services will be Wednesday at 12 noon at the River-grove First Ward Chapel with Garth P Monson, bislhop, officiating. Friends may call at Berg .Mortuary Tues day from 6 to 8 p.m. and Wednes day until 11:30 a.m. Interment wil be in the Provo City Cemetery.