at the Partin K. and for man, Hospital John Edward Royall, 64, vice ; president of First National Bank of Arizona, died yesterday morfi- ing in Str Joseph's Hospital. He Suffered a heart attack 10 days ago and had been in the hospital hospital Since then. Mr. Royall was manager of the main office of the bank. Funeral serv- ces will be at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday Tuesday in Trinity Mr. Royall Episcopal C a - :hedral. 102 W. Roosevelt. The Very Rev. George Sellway, dean, will officiate. Place of burial is undecided. Grimshaw Mortuary is *n charge. Jphn Edward Roy all, Vice President Of First National Bank Dies At 64 MR. ROYALL joined the bank staff Oct. 14. 1947. as vice president president in charge of the lending of* 'ice. Later he was placed in charge of the cotton division. He was well known in the West's cotton cotton financial ^circles. He was president of the Phoenix Clearing House in 1954, Mr. Royall came to Phoenix from Los Angeles, where he was assistant vice president of the California Bank. He also had'been a,government bank examiner. He was a member of the American American Cotton Shippers Association, the Western Cotton Shippers As- socjation, and the Arizona Cotton Traders Association. He also was a member of the Phoenix Country Club and the Arizona Club. He was a Mason. DURING WORLD War II, Mr. Royall was loaned to the Mansco Manufacturing Co. in Burbank, Calif., and served as president of the firm. After the war he returned returned to Phoenix. He served in the aviation service in World War I and was discharged as a second second lieutenant. He jresided at 7514 N. 15th Ave. He was born in Savannah, Ga. He is survived by his wife, Elsie B.; a daughter, Mrs. Kenneth Kenneth Simpson, of Portland, Ore,; and a sister, Miss Beda Royall, of Savannah. **A John. Rfidzen, both of Warren, owe. Leta L» Matscm Services tor Lefa L. Mats*, 42, died Friday At her home. 3033 N. 26th St., win b* at 16 a.m. to- frroffbw ifl thfr Aldetsgate Methodist Methodist Church, Mercer Mortuary aft- nounced. the Rev. ROSCO& Strivings will officiate. Burial will be in Green Acres Memorial Gardens in Scottsdale. Mrs. Mdtson was born In Augusta, Augusta, til., and came to Phoenix 11 years ago frofti PeoHa, 111, She was a charter member of the Aldersgate church. Sh« is survived by her husband, Leslie; a daughter, Karen, Phoenix; Phoenix; four sisters, and a brother out of state. Doris McT. Funeral and*burial services for Mrs. Doris Mctrimble Nee), 60, who died Thursday in Phoenix, will be held in Sonora, Calif., A. L,. Moore and Sons Mortuary announced. announced. Mrs. Neel lived in Palo Verde. She came to Arizona six years ago and had resided in Palo Verde three years. She was born In Manistee, Mich. She is survived by her husband, Frank, a sister, and a brother in California. Lotiesa Rogers Funeral and burial services for Mrs. Louesa Rogers, 84, who died yesterday morning at the home of a sister, Mrs. Estelle J. Bennett, 921 E. Amelia, will be in Keokuk, Iowa, Grimshaw Mortuary Mortuary announced. Born in Keokukj Mrs. Rogers came to Phoenix three years ago. Besides her sister, a brother, Cephas Harrison of Keokuk, and three grandchildren survive. Israel Stone Funeral services for Israel Stone, 83, who died Friday night in St. Luke's Hospital, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Palms Chapel, Grimshaw Mortuary, 334 W. Monroe. becca; two sons, Samtret S. 6f West Hartford, COmi., and Jftdt t. of Sotifh Windsor; ami three! daughters, Mr!. Abraham L. Lerner Lerner of Pheehi*. Mrs. George Ra- Wtch of Hattfotd, and Mrs. Ben- miri Sepl&tfft of Berkeley Heights, Rl, Also surviving are eight grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Mrs. Elsie Cameron Funeral services for Mrs. Elsie Carneroti, 42, of Fresno, Calif., will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Ragsdale Ragsdale Mortuary, 1100 E. Jefferson. the Rey. B. J. Stantofi will officiate. officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Cameron died last Wednesday Wednesday in a California hospital. She resided in Phoenix until three months ago. having come here from San Diego in 1942. She was bom in Homer, La., and is survived by her husband, Malcolm, Of Phoenix. Friends may call at the funeral home from noon tomorrow until time for services. | Gary. W, Cheatham Funeral services for Gary Wayne Cheatham, V/ 2 - year - old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cheatham, of Laveen, who drowned drowned in an Irrigation ditch Friday, will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. i The Rev. David Edwards will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Greenwood Memorial Park. EVELYN IS HERE! Kvnlyn. formi-riy of Kurrick's *nrt Martha's Bmtity Salon, now IK with the CIRCLE "K" HKAUTV SA1.0N, 231)1 Kill Indian Sfhnnl Kit. Phone AM 0-3213. Ampin I'arklnt. OUR AIM We wish to assist you in: •fr Trading Your Old Homt if Sailing Your Equity •*• Buying or Sailing Contract Contract or Mortgagei.