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10-A Tuesday. Nov. 10. 1987 The Billings Gazette LOCAL DEATHS Marie B. Leedom, 72, of Billings Heber J. "Mac" McCullough, 90, of 429 N. 33rd St Roy I. Catalla, 74, of 212 Seventh St. W. AREA DEATHS Geraldine Cramer, 83, Lewistown Mary Olson, 76, Columbus William J.B. Graham, 90, Sheridan, Wyo. Frank Clayton Peterson, 66, Byron, Wyo. Gilbert Lee Rhoads, 75, Lovell Wyo. Stephen Leroy Post, 35, Glendive Hendrika " Riki" Malin, 65, Malta Dale DeSilva, 58, Plenty wood Eldon R. " Cub" Welch, 68, Ekalaka Dale DeSilva PLENTYWOOD - Dale DeSilva and his brother, Harold operated the Wildwood Beverage Co. in Plenty-wood, originally started by their father, serving Saskatchewan, Canada; North Dakota; and Montana. An artistic man who enjoyed working with his hands and doing mechanical things, he turned a salvaged machine in 1972 into Bi-State Vending, a vending and amusement business extending throughout northeastern Montana and northwestern North Dakota. He was very devoted to his children and enjoyed his business and hobbies. Mr. DeSilva, 58, suffered an apparent heart attack Sunday evening in Flaxville while making the rounds of his vending-machine business. He was dead on arrival in Scobey. He was born in Plentywood, a son of Harry and Minnie DeSilva. He graduated from Plentywood High School in 1947, and served with the Army in the Pacific during the Korean War. After his discharge, he attended college in Bozeman and Missoula before returning to Plentywood in 1954. On May 28, 1961, he married Romelle Rasmussen in Dagmar. They made their home in Plenty-wood. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Todd and Craig, both of Plenty-wood; a daughter, Machelle of Palm Springs, Calif.; a brother, Harold of Plentywood; and a sister, Mrs. George (Yvonne) Hoeffert of Indian Wells, Calif. Services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Plentywood Lutheran Church with burial in Plentywood Memorial Cemetery. Fulkerson Funeral Home of Plentywood is in charge. Serving all failhs with dignity Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary We aooapt Purpla Cm 1001 Alderson Ave. , Ph: 252-3417 Mortuary Parking Adjacent Rirmtmi-MnmsBicm)imicws AMEN - John, 84, of 5941 Central Ave. Funeral services 1 p.m. Tuesday, Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Memorials to St. Paul's United Church of Christ, Third Avenue and South 34th Street, Billings, Mont. VEATCH - Mary, 72, of 944 Custer. Funeral services 3 p.m. Tuesday, Michelotti-Sawyers Mortu ary. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Memorials to the Heart Fund, Deaconess Medical Center, P.O. Box 2547, Billings, Mont. 59103. NOVASIO - Doris Mae, 69, of Bill ings. Funeral services 11 a.m. Tuesday, Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary. Interment Mount- view Cemetery. Memorials to the Shrine Crippled Children's Hospital RICHEY - John C, 37, of 4113 Ardin. Cremation has taken place. Graveside services 11 a.m. Wednesday, Sunset Memorial Gardens. Memorials to: The American Legion for the Mini Bus Transportation Fund. McCULLOUGH - Heber J., 90, of 429 N. 33rd St Funeral service 1 p.m. Thursday at Michelotti Sawyers Mortuary. Interment Sunset Memorial Gardens. Memorials to: Shrine Burned & Crippled Children Transporta tion Fund, Box 20673, Billings, Mont 59104 LEEDOM Marie B.. 72. of Gatewood Dr. Cremation has taken place. Private family services are to be held at a later date. Memorials to: The American Lung Association or to the charity of one's choice. MEMORIAL GIFTS TO YELLOWSTONE BOYS & GIRLS RANCH WILL: Honor the memory of a departed friend or loved one. Help provide heatment services for needy boys QtH Mail to: P.O. Box 2549 Billings. MT 59103 or Call (406) 252-9301 Obituary policy Obituaries are news stories, and The Gazette prints them without charge. They include name, age and hometown of the deceased, along with other information. Cause of death is listed. If the person was 70 or older, natural causes if accurate will suffice if the family prefers. Geraldine Cramer LEWISTOWN - Geraldine Cramer and her husband owned and operated the Cramer Repair Shop in Lewistown until the early 1940s, when they retired. They then traveled extensively, returning to Lewis-town in 1979. She was a member of the United Methodist Church. Mrs. Cramer, 83, died Friday evening in the Central Montana Hospital after a long illness. She was born at Port Richmuth, Staton Island, N.Y., a daughter of Samuel and Antionette Fisher. She moved to Lewistown at an early age and attended Lewistown schools, graduating from Fergus High School in 1921. She then worked for the Cook-Reynolds Agency until her marriage to Floyd Cramer on July 18, 1924, in Three Forks. Survivors include her husband; three sons, Don of Lewistown, Ronald of Tacoma, Wash., and Robert of Santa Rosa, Calif.; a daughter, Gertrude Robertson of Commerce City, Colo.; 14 grandchildren; and 10 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Cloyd Chapel with burial in Lewistown City Cemetery. Mary Olson COLUMBUS - Mary Olson ranched with her husband at Froid until his death, then continued to operate the ranch for another nine years. She moved to Columbus in 1981. Mary and her husband were both active members in the Froid Lutheran Church, and she enjoyed an active membership in St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Columbus. She also enjoyed her rose garden and her many associations with people. Mrs. Olson, 76, of Columbus, died of natural causes Sunday morning in Riverton, Wyo., where she was visiting. Born in Tacoma, Wash., a daughter of John and Elizabeth Bechtold, she moved with her parents as an infant to Lovell, Wyo. She grew up and attended schools in the Lovell area. On Feb. 8, 1951, she married Oscar W. Olson, in Kirkland, Wash. He died May 11,1970. Survivors include a brother, Samuel Bechtold of Powell, Wyo.; a sister, Molly Davis of Riverton, Wyo.; six nephews; and five nieces. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in St. Paul's Lutheran Church in Columbus. Graveside services will be at the Kvile Cemetery in Froid. Dahl Funeral Chapel is in charge. Smith Funeral Chapels Crematory, Cemetery, Mausoleum and Cremation Niches We accept Purple Cross 2 Locations in Billings 245-6427 Smith West Chapel 4 Blocks No. of Central on 34th St W. Downtown 120 N. 26th (parkina. adjacent) CATALLA - Roy I., 74, of 212 7th Street West. No services are planned. Cremation has taken place. LAUREL SraHttCaahmore 1-62M858 RED LODGE: Okott Chapel M46-1MI " COLUMBUS: smnitCaw i-mmsm ahl Chapels Wa accept Purple Croaa 708S. McGilkn Red Lodge 446-1800 10 Yellowstone Billings 248-8807 OLSON - Mary, age 76, of Columbus. Funeral service Wednesday 2 p.m. at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Columbus. Graveside service and interment Thursday 3 p.m., Kvile Cemetery, Froid, Mont. Visitation Dahl Funeral Chapel, Billings until Thursday 11 a.m. 300 Highland Blvd. Bozanan 536-6298 TORESDAHL Nellie M., 73. Funeral services 2 p.m. Tuesday Dahl Funeral Chapel in Bozeman. Interment Mountainview Cemetery, Livingston. STATE FUR will be closed in memory of MARIE LEEDOM Wednesday morning until noon Eldon R. 'Cub' Welch EKALAKA - Eldon R. "Cub" Welch enjoyed fishing, hunting and was active in sports and also keep an active interest in watching the sporting events. He also enjoyed writing country ballads. He was a member of the Ekalaka Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 7885, and was a past member of the Montana Peace Officiers and Chief of Police Association. Mr. Welch, 68 of Miles City, formerly of Ekalaka, died Saturday of an apparent heart attack. He was born in Marmarth, N.D., a son of Charles and Maude Wilson Welch. He moved in 1923 to Ekalaka with his family. There he attended grade school and high school. He later joined the Civilian Conservation Corps camps, which he worked for before entering the U.S. Navy in January of 1942. He served during World War II, and ws honorably discharged from the Navy in December 1945. He married Marilyn Price on Nov. 5, 1953, in Hardin. He worked as the undersheriff for Carter County and later was appointed town marshal of Ekalaka. In 1956, the family moved to Libby, where he started working for the City Police Department. Later becoming the chief of police, a job he held for 22 years, retiring in 1978. Due to poor health, they moved back to Eastern Montana and settled in Miles City, where they have lived since. Survivors include his wife; four sons, Michael of Missoula, Patrick of Miles City, Thomas of Casper, Wyo., and Scott of Billings; three daughters, Barbara Jacobson of Deer Lodge, Mari Lynn Welch of Hot Springs, and Wendy Welch of Miles City; two brothers, Charles of Libby and Clyde of Helena; two sisters, Lu-cile VanHaus of Ekalaka and Gladys Parker of Billings; and 12 grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Carter County High School Gymnasium in Ekalaka, with burial in the I.O.O.F. Cemetery. Stevenson and Sons Funeral Home, Ekalaka is in charge. Heber J. McCullough Heber J. "Mac" McCullough ranched at Sonnette and at Fort Howe on Otter Creek before retiring to Billings in 1962. He was a member of St. Luke's Episcopal Church, Elks Lodge, Masonic Lodge, Scottish Rite Bodies, Al Bedoo Shrine and Miles City Range Riders. He enjoyed golfing and trap shooting. Mr. McCullough, 90, of 429 N. 33rd St., died Monday of a stroke in Billings Deaconess Medical Center. He was born in Hawarden, Iowa, a son of David and Zadia McCullough. The family came to Montana in 1915, homesteading in Powder River County. In 1921, he married Hannah Howe in Presho, S.D.; she died in 1958. In 1977, he married Maxine Shaddix in Danville, Calif. Survivors include his wife; two sons, David of Billings and Harold of Ashland; a daughter, Helen Smith of Seattle; a sister, Florence Bingham of Garden Grove, Calif.; eight grandchildren; and 11 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary with burial in Sunset Memorial Gardens. William J.B. Graham SHERIDAN, Wyo. - William J.B. Graham homesteaded at Jordan before ranching with his wife on the Crow Indian reservation, where they spent most of their life. He was a member of the Baptist Church, Elks Lodge and an honorary member of Montana Stockgrowers Association. Mr. Graham, 90, died of natural causes Sunday in Evantide Nursing Home in Sheridan. He was born in Warren, Mont., a son of Allen Beuchannan and Alberta Anderson Graham. On Nov. 12, 1919, he married Ruth M. Sands in Jordan. She died in 1987. Survivors include four daughters, Myrtle M. Proctor of Moorcroft, Ethel F. Francis of Banner, Violet R. Graham of Roundup, Mont., and Crystal F. Hager of Story; two sisters, Marie Gibson of Sheridan and Veva Troy of Billings; 12 grandchildren; and 22 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. Thursday in Champion Funeral Home with burial in Sheridan Municipal Cemetery. We, the family of William R. "Bill" Town, wish to express our thanks for the kindnesses, thoughtfulness, and memorials extended our loved one during his recent illness and death. A special thanks to the Pastors, Doctors, Nurses and Aides who cared for him during his illness. Roy I. Catalla Roy I. Catalla moved to Billings in the late 1940s and was employed as a painter by Herzog Midland Paint, K Decorators and L&M Builders, retiring in 1979. He enjoyed refinishing furniture and fishing and was a member of the First Baptist Church and Painters Union Local No. 260. Mr. Catalla, 74, of 212 Seventh St. W., died of heart failure in his home Monday morning. He was born in Velva, N.D., a son of Mike and Bertha Catalla. He was raised and educated in Minot, N.D., and operated a gas station at the Fort Peck Dam during its construction. He served in the Army from 1941 to 1946, then moved to Worland, Wyo., where he operated a gas station. On Dec. 30, 1963, he married Donna Kelly in Billings. Survivors include his wife; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Ken (Terri) Olson of Missoula; two stepsons, Charles Rubel of California and Bruce Glenn of Billings; a brother, Lyle G. Catalla of Grandview, Wash.; a sister, Mrs. Harold (Eva) Muus of Minot, N.D.; and seven stepgrandchildren. No services are planned. Cremation has taken place. Smith Downtown Chapel is in charge. Hendrika 'Riki' Malin MALTA - Hendrika "Riki" Malin had worked as a nurse's aide in Bozeman and was employed at the Malta hospital from 1968 to 1973. She was an active member of St Mary's Catholic Church and Altar Society and enjoyed knitting, crocheting, reading and bingo. Mrs. Malin, 65, died of an apparent heart attack Monday in St. Vincent Hospital in Billings. She was born in Nijmegen, Holland, a daughter of Gerard and Hendrika Van Houdt. She first came to the United States in 1948 to visit a cousin in South Dakota, and returned in 1950 to Green Bay, Wis. She then lived in Bozeman and New York, moving back to Bozeman in 1954. On Aug. 7, 1957, she married Joseph Malin in Bozeman. They moved to California in 1958 and to Malta in 1968. Mr. Malin died Jan. 8, 1983. Survivors include four sons, Joseph "Pete" of Helena, Mike of Se-bastopol, Calif., Leonard of Billings and Jim of Laurel; three daughters, Cathy Hillman of Livingston, Irene "Pat" Mader of Virginia Beach, Va., and Bernie Warwood of Great Falls; three sisters, Fie Van Dinteren of Brazil, and Maria Koing and Nell Wolters, both of Nijmegen, Holland; a brother, Herman Van Houdt of Nijmegen, Holland; 14 grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren. Rosary will be said at 7 p.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's Catholic Church. Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday in the Church with burial in the Malta Cemetery. Adams Funeral Home of Malta is in charge. Public meetings, public events and organizational meeting notices received by 5 p.m. will be published in the next morning's Gazette. Cancellations will be accepted for the next morning's paper if received by 8 p.m. Call 657-1241. PUBLIC EVENTS Yellowstone County Commission 9 a.m., courthouse City-County Air Pollution Control Board 7:30 p.m., 3306 Second Ave. N. Yellowstone County Board of Planning 7: 30 p.m., fourth floor, Parmly Billings Library conference room "Financial Planning for Your Future" seminar 7 p.m., first floor, Parmly Billings Library Outdoor workshop "Ski Tuning and Base Repair" 7 p.m., EMC's Outdoor Program Center, 2522 Normal Ave. Lecture on raising a health family and dealing with family issues constructively 7 p.m., Deaconess Health Conference Center West High band concert 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium ORGANIZATIONS Sunrisers Toastmasters 6:30 a.m., Maril-lac Auditorium, SL Vincent Hospital Overeaters Anonymous 10 a.m., Bethlehem Lutheran Church Downtown Al-Anon 10 a.m, Wilcox Building, 3302 Fourth Ave. N. Closed Alcoholics Anonymous at noon at 1801 Broadwater Ave. Lions Club board of directors at noon at Elks Club Traditions Group Closed Alcoholics Anonymous at noon at 26 Wyoming Ave. Billings Optimist Club at noon at S-Quire Cafe Insurance Women of Billings at noon at Butler's Kitchen Yellowstone Valley Personnel Association at noon at Sheraton Hotel Closed Alcoholics Anonymous West End Group at noon and 8 p.m., 2439 Grand Ave. Closed Alcoholics Anonymous 204 Group at noon and 8 p.m., 208 Grand Ave. Exchange Club of Billings at noon at Northern Hotel Grief Group at noon at Deaconess Medical Center dining room classrooms Billings Kiwanis Club at noon at Skytop Room, Sheraton Hotel Tuesday Duplicate Bridge Club 12:30 p.m. Suite B, 1212 Grand Ave, Big B Shopping Center Weight Watchers 4:45 p.m., 702 Central Ave, back of building Billings Legal Secretaries Association 6 p.m, Dos Machos Restaurant, Rimrock Mall Double Winners 6 p.m., 1801 Broadwater Ave. Gilbert Lee Rhoads LOVELL, Wyo. - Gilbert Lee Rhoads came to Wyoming as a young man. Mr. Rhoads, 75, died of cancer Saturday evening in the North Big Horn Nursing Home in Lovell. He was born in Bayneville, Kan., a son of John I. and Jenni Kirpatrick Rhoads. He married Mary Alice Patton Feb. 18, 1935, in Denver. They made their home in Lovell, where he worked as a carpenter doing residential and commercial contracting from 1948 to 1972. In 1972 they moved to Worland, where he managed the Saveway Gas station until 1977 when they moved back to Lovell. He was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife; two sons, Joe Allen of Farmington, Utah and Samuel Eugene of Lovell; four brothers, George of Clearwater, Kan., Leonard of Phoenix, Ariz., Hal-bert of Wellington, Kan. and John of Wichita, Kan.; two sisters, Ebessa Johnson and Dorothy Morgan both of Wichita; six grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Services will be Wednesday at 10 a.m. in the United Methodist Church in Lovell. Burial will be in the Lovell Cemetery. Haskell Funeral Home is in charge. Stephen LeRoy Post GLENDIVE - Stephen LeRoy Post entered the U.S. Army in August of 1972 and served in Germany and was discharged December of 1973. He returned to Glendive where he worked for George Rakes Inc. He was a recovering alcoholic and drug addict and battled courageously with his mental illness. He enjoyed music and was a member of Alcoholics Anonymous. He was born in Glendive, a son of Kenneth and Dorothy Post. He was raised and educated in Glendive. He graduated from Dawson County High School in 1970 and attended Dawson Community College for one year. Survivors include his mother; five brothers, Robert and Jeffery of Billings, Roger and Gregory of Glendive and Martin of Riverton, Wyo.; three sisters, Mrs. Bob (Fay) Murrary of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. Tim (Charlotte) Egeness and Veronica Post both of Glendive; his maternal grandmother Mrs. Lucy Pounds of Casper, Wyo., and his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Goldie Simpson of Monument, Colo. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Evangelical Church of North America. Burial with military honors will follow in the Dawson County Cemetery in Glendive. Silvernale-Silha Mortuary of Glendive is in charge. Mr. Post, 35, died of a gunshot wound Sunday at hisjiome. Al Bedoo Chanters 6: 15 p.m. Shrine Auditorium Toastmasters 319 Club 6:30 p.m, Elmer's Pancake House, 2455 Central Ave. Weight Watchers 6:30 p.m. Billings Heights Alliance Church, 1103 Lake Elmo Road National Association of Women in Construction 6:30 p.m. Juniper Restaurant" NICU Parent Support Group 7 p.m. Maternity Conference Room, St. Vincent Hospital Yellowstone Chapter of the Homeschool-ers of Montana 7 p.m, first floor, Parmly Billings Library Endometriosis Support Group 7 p.m, Marillac Hall classrooms, St. Vincent Hospital VFW Big Sky Post No. 9426, 7 p.m. Lock-wood Suds Hut FOCAS Singles talk-it-over 7 p.m, Scottish Rite Temple, 514 14th St. W. Closed Alcoholics Anonymous New Beginnings 7 p.m, Yellowstone Boys and Girls Ranch RENEW (marriage under construction) 7 p.m. First Assembly of God Church, 550 32nd St. W. Victory Fellowship (formerly Victorious Alcoholics) 7 p.m., Montana Rescue Mission, 2822 Minnesota Ave. Billings Caledonian Pipes and Drums 7 p.m. Boys and Girls Club, 505 Orchard Lane Billings Lioness Club 7:15 p.m, Emily's Family Cafe, 2926 Second Ave. N. Montana Computer Society 7:30 p.m, first floor, Parmly Billings Library Big Sky Dab and Gab Chapter 7:30 p.m, 108 11th St W. Yellowstone Calligraphers Guild 7:30 p.m, Tech Building, Rocky Mountain College Beta Sigma Phi Council 7:30 p.m. Billings Clinic Hospitality Room Catholic Daughters of America :30 p.m. Holy Rosary Church Degree of Honor Lodge 7:30 p.m. Youth Home Walleyes Unlimited 7:30 p.m. Moose Lodge, 171 Calhoun Lane Al Bedoo Brass Band 7:30 p.m. Shrine Newcomers Al-Anon 7:30 p.m. Mental Health Building Big Sky Barbershoppers (SPEBSQSA) Chorus 7:30 p.m, KC Hall Newcomers Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:30 p.m, 2604 Phyllis Lane Magic City Twirlers Square Dance Club 7:30 p.m. Miles Avenue School Adult Children of Alcoholics 7:30 p.m, 345 Broadwater Ave. Al-Anon 8 p.m, 204 Grand Ave. Traditions Group Closed Alcoholics Anonymous 8 p.m, 26 Wyoming Ave. Overeaters Anonymous 8 p.m.. First Congregational Church, 310 N. 27th SL Open Alcoholics Anonymous Lockwood Hope Group 8 p.m, 1920 Old Hardin Marie B. Leedom Marie B. Leedom was a past president and treasurer of the Degree of Honor Protective Association. She had worked as a fur finisher for State Fur and Hanson Fur in Billings for 35 years and in the alterations department of Sophies clothing store. Mrs. Leedom, 72, of Billings, died of natural causes Sunday in Billings Deaconess Medical Center. She was born in Sioux City, Iowa, a daughter of August and Pearl Bruggeman. She was raised in Sioux City, Iowa, and Nebraska, and graduated from high school in White River, S.D. In 1938, she married Miles Leedom in White River, S.D., and they moved to Billings. Survivors include a daughter, Beverly Coker of Billings; a son, George Leedom of Chippewa Falls, Wis.; a brother, Everett Bruggeman of Valley Springs, S.D.; a sister, Mrs. John (Lorena) TerbelL of Los Banos, Calif.; and four grandchildren. Cremation has taken place. Private family services will be at a later date. Michelotti-Sawyers Mortuary is in charge. Frank Clayton Peterson BYRON, Wyo. - Frank Clayton Peterson was an active member of the Latter-day Saints Church. Mr. Peterson, 66, died of cancer Sunday in the Powell hospital. He was born in Kane, a son of Everett A. and Minnie Ellen Smith Peterson. He attended school in Kane and Crosby, and then moved with his parents to Powell, where he graduated from high school. He married Genevieve "Jennie" Cozzens, April 14, 1960, in Powell. They made their home in Byron, where he worked for the Montana Dakota Utility Co. for 20 years. Survivors include his wife; two sons, David Sherrill of Los Angeles, and Michael Peterson of Laurel, Mont.; two daughters, Val Jean Beech of Cowley and Becky Benjamin of Billings, Mont.; two sisters, Nina Dow of Powell and Caroline Harvey of North Weyburn, Canada; and seven grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Byron LDS ChapeL Burial will be in the Byron Cemetery. Haskell Funeral Home of Lovell is in charge. EPA, pipeline firm agree WASHINGTON (AP) - A major natural gas pipeline company and the Environmental Protection Agency announced agreement in principle Monday for a $400 million cleanup of 89 waste pits in 14 states, many of them contaminated with hazardous PCB compounds. The EPA said it was the biggest cleanup project, in dollars, that it has ever negotiated. Road, No. 1 Auxiliary of American Legion Club 8 et 40, 8 p.m. Legion Club Billings Star Lodge No. 41, 8 p.m. Odd Fellows Hall Zelda Rebekah Lodge 8 p.m. Odd Fellows Hall Eastern Star Edna Hedges 8 p.m. Masonic Temple Manic Depressive Support Group 8 p.m. First English Lutheran Church, 1243 N. 31st St. PSM Support Group 8 p.m. Deaconess Medical Center dining room classrooms 59ers Square Dance Club 8 p.m. Discovery Day-care Center, 245 Foster Lane Al-Anon 8 p.m, 1801 Broadwater Ave. Alcoholics Anonymous 8 p.m, Irma House, 303 S. 35th St. Downtown Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book study 8 p.m, 3302 Fourth Ave. N. BIRTHS Boy Diane and Kenneth Glumbick, 60 Miners Place Number 4 FIRE CALLS 7:41 p.m. Sunday (City) Wicks and Hawthone Lane. Grass fire 10:59 p.m. Sunday (City) - 711 Ave. E. First aid 11:07 p.m. Sunday (City) 3285 Canyon Dr. Dumpster fire 12:51 a.m. Monday (City) - 5500 Midland Rd. First aid 8:13 a.m. Monday (City) - 212 7th St. W. First aid 9:06 a.m. Monday (O'Donnell) 7212 Molt Rd. Investigation 12:03 p.m. Monday (City) - 2419 Cook Ave. Propane leak 12:29 p.m. Monday (City) 406 Laurie Ln. Investigation 1:17 p.m. Monday (City) - 511 Central Ave. First aid 4:37 p.m. Monday (City) 2403 Montana Ave. First aid -BEG YOUR PARDON - This section is reserved for correction of errors that occur in Gazette news columns. If you spot an error that significantly changes the meaning of any news story, please call the region editor at 657-1311. Name omitted Doris Mae Novasio, whose obituary appeared in Monday's Gazette, was the daughter of Walter and Helen Scott Evans. The last name of Evans was omitted in the obituary.

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