Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on January 27, 1957 · Page 19
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 19

Phoenix, Arizona
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Sunday, January 27, 1957
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ALL EDITIONS Sunday, January 27, 1957. '(Section 2)" Page 5 -The Arizona Repuhlic, Phoenix, Arizona. mm m illinium Obituaries The State We're In By CLAIBORNE NUCKOLLS WANT TO HEAR BETTER? Services Tomorrow For Dorothy Phelps WITH GLASSES? WITH BONE? WITH NO BUTTON IN THE EAR? ' SEE THE NEW , This column presents as its new personality of the week, 0. M. Lassen, who, as Arizona's new state land commissioner, now is trustee for and manager of the state's nearly 11 million acres of immensely valuable public M. tirhwarts 1 fflHU? 39 Funeral services for Mrs. Dorothy LaVoA (Judy) Phelps, 42, will West Adams AL 2-4493 m be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Arizona Funeral Home Chapel, 376 N. Third Ave. The Rev. Clifford Gose will officiate. Burial will be , ut ii nil miiiiiiHH innmi ii iii iiinumi i i mil iinnm m ihiiiiiiiiim iinn mimni m iinniniMitrzz in East Resthaven Park. Mrs. Phelps died unexpectedly Thursday while driving her car domain. For more than 40 years Lassen has been a landmark in the agricultural history and progress of Arizona and the Salt River Valley, a rock on which those concerned with the continued development of the state and Valley leaned for counsel and near Memorial Hospital, me car rolled to a stop against the nursing home of the institution. Spontaneous hemorrhage was given as the cause of death. Mrs. Phelps was born in Lena, 111., and came to Phoenix from x - , T known as a hard-headed business man and an able administrator. Moreover it has been amply demonstrated during his long career in Arizona that he has the best interests of his adopted state at heart. For a long time during his tenure in the land office, Lassen's predecessor, Roger Ernst, was harassed and bothered by selfish interests and pressure groups who in earlier years had .virtually dictated the policies of the department and the manner in which it was administered. FINALLY, realizing they were getting nowhere, they laid off went underground, hoping the day would come when there would be a new commissioner whom they could dominate as they once did. "Obie" Lassen's reputation is such that, I am certain, selfish groups and individuals harboring such hopes might as well forget them. For, those who know him well say, Lassen is not at all susceptible to pressure where the public's interest is concerned and believes in conducting public business as he would his own personal affairs. Thus, while Roger Ernst's departure for other fields marks the loss of a capable public official, Governor McFarland's .selection of Lassen a man of proven business ability and highest integrity gives every assurance that the land department will not revert to subservience to selfish interests. there in 1920. She resided at 730 one granddaughter, Mrs. Mark! Steyaert, of Altadena, Calif. j Robert (Bob) Lazcar Robert Bob) Lazear, 68, one of the best known Hereford breeders in the world, died Friday night in a hospital at Cheyenne, Wyo., Phoenix relatives and friends have been advised. Funeral services are pending. Mr. Lazear was a graduate of the University of Michigan, class of 1912, receiving a bachelor of science degree in mechanical engineering. He went to Fruita, Colo., aftd then later to Chey W. Fillmore. Survivors include her husband, John D.; two daughters, Mrs. Rosemary Palmer, of Phoenix, and Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, of Compton, Calif.; her mother, Mrs. Mabel Wiley, of Phoenix; a sister, Mrs. John Pauletich, of Phoenix; and three grandchildren. HEADS MISSION Former Rep. James R. Richards (D-SC) will head a Presidential mission to the Middle' East. He'll discuss United States aid to Mideast countries. Projects include irrigation, highway,, and rail systems. Nuckolls He comes to his new job with a wealth of experience in land management, use, and values, in water matters and other related fields of activity, gained during his years as a practical farmer and rancher. DURING HIS lengthy career as a Valley builder he has been identified also with practically every governmental and business activity related to land and agriculture, experience useful to him as commissioner. And, those who know him say he has discharged the responsibilities of the many tasks assigned him, which included both state and federal assignments, with highest credit to himself. This transplanted native of Denmark is Ira L. Tiel EC8wP n r"- .11 enne where he managed the Wy ortiing Hereford Ranch 7 miles Funeral services and burial for east of Cheyenne until he retired. He lived there about 40 years. Ira L. Tiel, 64, who died Friday in the Phoenix Veterans Admin istration Hospital, will be held in ATLAS FISH ritctiMs from mount to ust risH Antarctica, Mesa Talk TEMPE (Special) A recorded EMULSION 100 ORGANIC FERTILIZER rtimint Wooster, Ohio, the Arizona Funeral Home announced yesterday. Mr. Tiel was a retired railway express agent, retiring in 1948 in Douglas where he lived for eight years before moving to Mesa about a year ago. Later he moved to Chandler. He was born in Bryan, Ohio, and was a World War I veteran. WEEKLY DE-OD0RIZEO N0N-BURNIN6 Givei vigorous growth Inexpensive Feed m yov i 1 n; interview between Mesa and Live-Electric Parley Set from MIAMI Little America in Antarctica will I Til " AiMiiimim.Tgni.H.' be broadcast at 7:30 p.m. today over KOY on the Arizona State program, The Arizona Statesman. a mw BBi T ' T SAVMCUN M Ab M t A M More than 300 business men of the Valley, representing all phases t Port Antonio 'Kingston Jomoko (Irilish) of homp construction, financing, Dr. Paul Miller, professor of geography at AS, and Naval Officer John McCaffery at Little America, recently contacted each and electrical merchandising, are SUNDAY ONLY WALL to WALL CARPET SALE WIST He is survived by one son, Donald, of Chandler; one daughter,; Miss Eleanor Tiel, of Columbus, Ohio; and one grandchild. Henry F. Erisman j Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. tomorrow in the Arizona Funeral expected to attend a closed-cir euit telecast meeting Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. in the Thunderbird Ciudad Trujillo Oom. lep. (Spanish) t St. Thomas Virgin fslandt (U.S.) SAILS TUESDAYS 4 P.M. Jan. 29; ftb. 12, 26; War. 12, 26; . ... 11 A. Room at the Westward Ho. IE1DIIS other through ham radio operated by Don Cooper of Mesa. The conversation was recorded by Lynn E. Dryer, chief engineer for the AS campus station KASC. Goal of the meeting will be to announce 1957 plans for the "Live Better . . . Electrically" pr. Ji may ' WyfibffV 'Weekly mill iiiiii-iii in 11 '1 " vvmj program now in its second year. - " '- 1 trortnightly 1 lCWWI Ml VI j LIVING ROOM The telecast will aid the electric industry and allied businesses to inform homeowners of the many Home Chapel, 376 N. Third Ave., for Henry F. Erisman, 60. Requiem high mass will be sung at 9 a.m. Tuesday in St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 4510 N. 24th St. Eurial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. j Mr. Erisman died yesterday !n . the Phoenix Veterans Adminis-1 tration Hospital. After 23 years In th. Wqgon Wheel Radar quipped Out Class-IHitlSU TAKE YOUR CHOICE OF 3 wnAiK benefits of electric living. Church Of Nazarene Observes Youth Week Youth Week services at the First Church of the Nazarene, Shopping Center 431 Invitations to the meeting were issued by Arizona Public s5YAR0UTH CASTLE tPort-ou-Princt doiii (frewh) 'Ciudad Trujillo Don) lep. (Spanish) Curacao rWhiilonfc Wnl Indin (Dutch) 'Kingston Jmoi(t (Inltih) SAIIS TUESDAYS 4 P.M. b. ID: Mar. 5. 19; Apr. J, JR. SO EAST THOMAS RD, Service Co., Appliance Merchan GREAT CRUISES disers Association, and the Salt River Power District. ABSOLUTELY TREE! With Any Carpet Purchase Exceeding $299 OPEN SUNDAY 1 P.M. to 6 P.M. flO DOWN PAYMENT with the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Co. in Akron. Ohio, he retired in 1949 and came to Phoenix. He ! lived at 2902 E. Pierson. He was a veteran of World War I and j served in France as a medical! corpsman. j He is survived by his wife,; Sylvia; his mother, Mrs. Anna Bill r? if. T ' 3 YEARS TO PAY THE BANK Fourth Avenue .and Monroe, to' day through Feb. 3, will feature the Rev. L. Guy Nees, Kansas City, Mo. Services will be held nightly at 7:30. The public is invited. The son of a minister, Dr. Nees has spent 20 years in the ministry as music director, assistant pastor, pastor, and college president. His last pastorate was the College Church of the Nazarene, Kankakee, 111. Moderniied . . . Sun Deck, Swimming Pool Excellent Cuitine Entertainment by Cruise Director & Staff Ship it your hotel Writ for drarrfptive foltW. rnn m to 1 P.M., tnrl. Sunrtv i. 4. CVANOtUNE Of S. S. YARMOUTH CASTU HAVANA & NASSAU loon W '(id plus Monday SAfT-S millAYH iMrlnnlne Ib. S P.M. Erisman, of Phoenix; one daughter, Mrs. C. R. Clark, of Logan, Look!! 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