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Obituaries around the state Jimmy Dry Jimmy Dry, , student , Services for Jimmy Dry, 15, •-"a freshman at Carl Hayden 'High School, will be at 2 p.m. today in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Green; wood Cemetery. 1 Jimmy, son of Mr. and . Mrs. Fred Dry, 1230 S. 30th ,"Ave., died Friday in a Phoenix hospital. He was born in Phoenix. Survivors besides the parents include two sisters, Sherry and Debra Dry, both of Phoenix; and a grandmother, Mrs. Sara L. Daniel of Cash. ion. Catherine Brown SUN CITY - Rites for Mrs. Catherine M. Brown, ,67, who died Saturday in Mt. View Pioneer Hospital, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the First Baptist Church at Youngtown. ;. Mrs. Brown, 10715 Connecticut Ave., had been assistant ' postmaster six years at Hanover, N.M., before moving • here in 1962. She was born in ;Ladd, 111. Survivors include her hus- 'band, Harry; a son, David of ; Bayard, N.M.; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Roberts of Ely- ';ria, Ohio, and Mrs. Betty ;;Birkholz of Fairfax, Va.; a • sister out of state; and seven ."grandchildren. Friends may call from 3. to 17 p.m. today in Lundberg's ,;Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Burial will be . in Sunland Cemetery. '; Clara Kimler Mrs. Clara Kimler, 70, a member of the Shepherd of the Hills Congregational Church, died yesterday in Good Samaritan Hospital. ; Mrs. Kimler, 4710 E. Calle Tuberia, was born in Raven•na, Ohro, and came to Phoenix in 1957 from Ames, Iowa. She was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution chapter in Tempe. Services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden, Scottsdale. Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery. Survivors include two sons, Courtney W. of Phoenix and James Y. of Guam; a daughter, Mrs. Nita Ann Owenby of Tucson; a sister of New Jersey; and eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. John Heklar Rosary for John Anthony Heklar, 65, who died Sunday in St. Joseph's Hospital, wiU be at 7:30, p.m. today .in Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Funeral Mass will be sung at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. Gregory Catholic Church, 3426 N. 18th Ave. Entombment will be in Holy Cross Mausoleum, Tolleson, Mr. Heklar, 4225 N. 34th Ave., had been chief teletype operator for Bethlehem Steel Corp. in Pennsylvania many years before moving to Phoenix 14 years ago from Hellertown, Pa. In recent years he was employed at Park Central North Medical building, He was born in Bethlehem. Survivors include his . wife, Theresa; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy McDonald of Phpe- njx; and a brother and three sisters, all of Pennsylvania. Arley Dunne Funeral Mass for Mrs. Arley J, Dunne, 85 r will be' at 9:30 a,m. today in Sacred t[eart Home, 1110 N. 16th f St,, where she had lived the past IJyears. Graveside rites will be tomorrow in Denver, •> Whitney an$ Murphy Funeral Ilowie nnoynced. , Mrs. Dunne was born in Missouri and c.ame to Phoenix in 1918, She djed Saturday in Doctors HQspitaJ. She had been a buyer for a djry gaod,s firm in penyer, SjrYiy<?rs m elude a nephew, Arthur j. Gwynne Vaughan, and ja, niecf, Mrs. Pora L. Jolly, both of Phoenix, , Leon Pelott SCOTTSDALE - Leon C. Pelott, 83, a stockholder and sales department associate 50 years in the Penton Publishing Co. of the Chicago area, died yesterday In St, Joseph'* Hospital. Mr. Pelott, 112 Mountain Shadows West, was born in Akron, Ohio, and came to Scottsdale in 1958 from Ev- ahston, 111. He was a former member of Westmorland Country Club at Wilmette, 111., a Masonic lodge in Akron and a past officer of the Dotted Line Club in Chicago. Survivors include his wife, Beulah; a son, Hugh Hamilton of Scottsdale; and four grandchildren. Friends may call after 6 p.m. today in Messinger Mortuary, 515 E. Indian School. .Cremation will follow private services Thursday afternoon. The family prefers contributions to the American Heart Association. Harry Kreda Services for harry Kreda, 79, a World War I Army veteran and life member of the Disabled American Veterans, will be at 11 a.m. today in Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Burial will be in Beth Hebrew Cemetery. Mr. Kreda, 3634 N. Fifth Ave., died Sunday in Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital. Born in Poland, he came to Phoenix in 1958 from Denver, where he had owned a grocery store. He was a member of Beth Hebrew Congregation. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Miriam Hoffman of Phoenix; and a granddaughter. Roberta Hall Services for Roberta Lee "Bobbi" Hall, 18, a student at Glendale Community College, who was fatally injured in a Yuma auto accident and died there yesterday in Parkview Baptist Hospital, will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710-W. Bethany Home Road. Miss. Hall, 442& N. 47th Ave., was a waitress and cashier for the Beef House at Hayden West Plaza. She had been a social worker" for LEAP and Golden Gate Settlement, a YMCA counselor, a past Junior Achievement company president and had won scholarships in Junior Achievement. She was born .in Akron, Ohio, brought to Phoenix in 1953, attended Light and Life Elementary School and was graduated from Alhambra High School in 1969. ; Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hall; a sister, Mrs, Janet Reeder, all of Phoenix; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Hall of South Charleston, W. Va. . Burial will'be in Greenwood Cemetery. Richard Cravey PRESCOTT — Services for Richard J. Cravey, 40, who died Wednesday in the Veterans Administration Hospital, Salt Lake City, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Ruffner Funeral Home here. Burial will be in Mountain View , Cemetery. Mr. Cravey was born in San Antonio. He came to Arizona with his family in 1934. He was an Army veteran of the Korean War. While attending Arizona State College at Flagstaff, he was president of Epsilon Pi Tau social fraternity. He was a heavy equip* ment operator and a member of Local 428, Operating Engineers. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Allie B. Cravey, Prescott; a sister, Mrs. Wanda Hayes, Oakdale, Calif.; one son, James Richard of Tucson, one daughter, Pamela Kay of Tucson. Friends may call at the mortuary from 5 to 8 p.m. today. Homer Vaughan HAYDEN, - Services for Homer Lea Vaughan, 69, who died yesterday in Kennecott Hospital at Kearny, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Methodist Church. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mr. Vaughan, a retired accountant, had been employed by Kennecott Copper Corp. He was a'native of Midland, Tex., and had lived here 45 years. He was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors include his wife, Artie; two sons, Richard, Yuma, and Keith, Mesa; a daughter, Mrs. Connie Schwark, Yuma; and eight grandchildren. Griffith Mortuary, Winkelman, handled arrangements. Edward Parra PRESCOTT — Rosary for Edward Ray "Bo" Parra, 16, who accidentally shot himself Saturday afternoon while deer hunting at Tailholt Mountain on the Spider Ranch approximately 30 .miles west of Prescott, will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Sacred Heart Church. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in the church. .Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. A native of Prescott, he had lived in this area all his life. He was a junior at Prescott High School where he was active in student affairs and was treasurer .of the local chapter of Future Farmers of America. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel U. Parra; three. sisters, Mrs. Theresa Stazenski and Mrs. Frances Petty, both of Prescott, and Mrs. Esther Brown, Flagstaff; and three grandparents. Friends may call from 4 to 7 p.m. tomorrow at Ruffner Funeral Home. Deaths in the world Frank Ernest Hill NEW YORK :(NYTS)-Frank Ernest Hill, 81, a former newspaperman and poet who has more recently written industrial history, including several books about Henry Ford, died Sunday at his home here. Hill was born in San Jose, Calif., and was graduated from Stanford . University in 1911. He taught at Stanford for three years and later came east and worked for the New York Globe, Commercial Advertiser and The Sun. Hill's "The Westward Star," a novel in verse, was published in 1934. James G. Blaine NEW YORK (NYTS) James G. Blaine, 81, former president, chairman and chief executive officer of the Ma* ,rine IWdland Trust Co. of New tork, now* the Marine Midland Grace Trust Co., died yesterday at his home in Stuart, Fla, Blaine, who retired ta W55, continued as director and honr orary chairnvgn of the bank's board, -If* was ftorn in 'New York City and was graduated from HaryajxJ. . .. • •> the Eisenhower administration, first at the White House and then at the Pentagon, where he was assisant secretary of defense. Kalervo Kallio HELSINKI (UPI) - Finnish sculptor Kalervo Kallio, whose models included some of the world's leading figures, died here yesterday at the age of 60. Kallio was the son of Finnish President Kyosti Kallio. Among his models were Herbert Hoover, Harry Truuman, Albert Einstein, Albert Schweitzer, Prince Rainier III and Francisco Franco. GOP women's group will meet Tuesday The Marjcopa County. Coordinating Council of Federated Republican Women will meet at 9:30 a.m. today in the Garden Room of the Town and Country Shopping Center, 2121 E. Camelback. Rep, Frank Kelley, R-Maricopa; chairman of the joint Legislative Interim Study Committee on Health and Welfare, wjll report on possible legislation concerning Medicaid, health agency coordina- tiop and welfare. The public js invited, . (NYTS) Murray Snydejv ft&siftent' ad? miyfatntor for puWie affairs of the Federal AyJatiQirtAd< ministration" sijice Hoy', 4ied yesterday at .Georgetown University Hospital a| ;the age of 59.' • :""."'. v ' . ". IMbeenjWgh, any other name NEt (AP) ~ A bank that has a branch at Daking House here got letters in one two-week period addressed to it 9.1 Baking House, Waking H0us.e, gating House, Darling House, Parking House and c\ ' / John Brockman Services for John Larry Brockman, 28, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Burial will be in Glendale Memorial Cemetery. Mr. Brockman, 1007 S. 19th Ave., died Sunday en route to Memorial Hospital after being shot. He was a welder and structural steel worker for the American Concrete Pipe and Steel Co. He served in the Army from 1958 to 1959. Born in Des Moines, Iowa, he came to Phoenix in February from Seattle and was a member of the Rebel Sky Divers, a parachute club. Survivors include his wife, Jean; a daughter, Pamela Kim of Phoenix; his mother, Mrs. Dana Brockman, and a brother, Jackie, both of Middlebury, Ind.; two sisters, Mrs. Betty Sheeks of Phoenix and Mrs. Patricia Durlacher of Eldridge, Iowa. George Gsneroz GLENDALE — Rosary for George S. Cisneroz, 61, who died Sunday in Northwest Samaritan Hospital, will be at 8 p.m. today in Lundberg Chapel of Chimes, 5852 W. Glenn Drive. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 57th Avenue and Orangewood. Burial will be in Glendale Memorial Cemetery. ** Mr. Cisneroz, 6050 W. Cactus, was born in Mexico and lived in the Glendale area, where he had farmed, the past 55 years. Survivors include his wife, Carmen G.; six sons, Angel, David and Jessie, all of Glendale; George and Gilbert, both of Phoenix; and Richard of Wichita, Kan.; two daughters, Helen Cisneroz of Glendale and Mrs. Claudina Lopez of Peoria; two sisters, Mrs. Petra Gonzales of Glendale and Mrs. Genoveva Napoleon of Peoria; two sisters out of state; and 19 grandchildren. Encarnacion Olea Mrs. Encarnacion Bravo Olea, 68, who was born in Nogales and came here 37 years ago from Superior, died Sunday in a Phoenix hospital. Rosary will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center, 1020 W- Washington. Funeral Mass will be at 9 a.m. Thursday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, 909 S. 16th Place. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Survivors of Mrs. Olea, 639 S. Eighth St., include eight sons, Pete, Ernest, Domingo, Benny, Gilbert, Frank and Robert, all of Phoenix; and Manuel of Compton, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Lucy Garcia of Phoenix; six.brothers, Fernando, Alfonso, Conrado, Frank and Ernesto Martinez, all of Phoenix; and Felipe Martinez of Escondido, Calif. ; four sisters, Mrs. Anita Valdez, Mrs. Petra Mesquita and Mrs. Librada Rada, all of Phoenix; and Mrs. Josephine Salazar of Salt Lake City; and 21 grandchildren. Charles Brannock Charles S. Brannock, 78, who had been a plumber 40 years for L. W. Greer Plumbing and Heating Co. here, died Sunday in his home, 1225 E. Monte Vista, of a heart ailment. Mr. Brannock was born in Virginia, and came to Phoenix in 1909. He was a member of Moose Lodge 708 and Plumbers Local 469 here since 1934. Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 • N. Hayden, Scottsdale. A Moose funeral committee will officiate. Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a : son, James of Goleta, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Linhart of Los Angeles; two sisters of Michigan; four grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Frank Romero SUPERIOR - Services for Frank D. Romero, 55, who died Sunday at his home here, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in the McLellan Funeral Home. Burial will be in Fairview Cemetery, Mr. Romero, a retired miner, was born and raised in Bisbee. He had Jived here 24 years. Survivors include his wife, Florence; three sons, Frank, Robert and Michael; four daughters, Rochelle, Linda, Irene and Elida; and four sis-' ters, Mrs. Margaret Kosminsky, Mrs- Mickey Lopez, Mrs. Howard Burton and Mrs. Con* cha Lemon, all of Bisbee. Martin Mohrdieck III M. Mohrdieck was a student at Glendale CC Rites for Martin Mohrdieck III, a student at Glendale Community College, will be at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Martin, 18, who was born in Phoenix, was killed in an auto accident Saturday at Hayden. He lived at 4722 N. 31st Ave. Survivors include his mother and stepfather, Mrs. Helen Ruth and W. J. McClelland; and grandmother, Mrs. Nell Mohrdieck, all of Phoenix. A. G. LaMotte A. G. "Ace" LaMotte, 69, former president of the Arizona Neon Advertising Co. and sales manager for the Myers-Leiber Sign Co., died Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital of a heart ailment. Mr. LaMotte, 6605 N. 14th St., was president of the Arizona Sign Association for 10 years, chairman of the legislative committee for the Arizona sign industry; served three years on the Madison Citizens Committee, eight years on the Madison School Board, two years on the board of the Valley of the Sun School and three years on the board of the Phoenix Day Nursery. Before he came to Phoenix 23 years ago, he,was a director in the Office of Price Administration in San Francisco. Born in Columbia, S.C., he was a Navy veteran of World War I and a member of the American Legion. Survivors include his wife, Vern; and three brothers out of state. Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Cremation will follow. The family prefers contributions to the Day Nursery. Bertha McCanna MESA — Services for Mrs. Bertha Alvina McCanna, 67, who died yesterday in Southside Hospital here, will be at 4 p.m. -today in Gibbons Mortuary, 33 N. Sirrine. Additional services and burial will be in Littleton, Colo. Mrs. McCanna, 8115 E. Apache, and her husband owned and operated the Desert Sage Shoe Repair Shop. Born in South Dakota, she moved to Mesa 14 years ago from Denver and was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and a Baptist church, both in Tempe. Survivors include her husband, Hugh E.; two sons, Earl Ridinger Jr. of Quesnel, B.C., and Ray Ridinger of North Hamilton, Mass.; six daughters, Mrs. Frederic Roe of Las Vegas, Mrs. Victor Branyai of Littleton, Mrs. Artie Gray of Lakewood, Colo., Mrs. Paul Cassel of Los Angeles, Mrs. Gene Braganza of Wheat Ridge, Colo., and Mrs. Carl Bates of Denver; and two brothers out of state. Julia Suniga Rosary for Mrs. Julia Gonzales Suniga, 82, who died Sunday in a Phoenix hospital, will be at 8 p.m. today in Mortensen-Kings F ini e r e 1 Center, 1020 W. Washington. Funeral" Mass will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. Anthony Catholic Church 909 S. First Ave. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Mrs. Suniga, 1610 W. Grant, was born in Mexico and came to Arizona 69 years ago and to Phoenix from Bisbee 50 years ago. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Julia Flores of Los Angeles, Mrs. Braulia Dominguez of Guadalupe, Mrs. Anita Orosco and Clorina Suniga, both of Phoenix; a son, Pablo of Phoenix; 37 grandchildren, 58 great* grandchildren and 2 great- great-grandchildren. Myrlan G. Brown, newspaper publisher ST. JOHNS - Myrlan G. Brown, 58, publisher of the Apache County Independent News here for many years, died Oct. 22 in a St. George, Utah, hospital. At the time of his death, he lived in Hurricane, Utah, and was publisher of papers in both St. George and Hurricane. Mr. Brown founded the White Mountain Eagle in William Cummins William. B. Cummins, 57, owner of a trucking firm in his native Phoenix, died Sunday in Doctors Hospital. Mr. Cummins, 4148 N. 36th St., was a member of Teamsters Local 83. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy; three daughters, Mrs. Dorothy J. Masson ol Rawlings, Wyo., Mrs. Barbara L. Mish, Mrs. Sharon L. Harris; his mother, Mrs. B. E. Cummins; three brothers, Hugh W., George and Jack; a sister, Mrs. Lucille Jones, all of Phoenix and three grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Paradise Chapel, 3934 E. Indian School. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Homer Fuller Rites for Homer Fuller, 53, will be at 11 a.m. today in Webber and Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Mr. Fuller, 2721 E. Marguerite, died Wednesday in a Phoenix hospital. Born in Hallsville, Tex., he came to Phoenix 18 years ago and was employed by the Santa Fe Railway. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Christine Walker, Mrs. Bertha Lee Pearson and Mrs. Doris Rollins, all of Monrovia, Calif.; two sons, Homer and Jessie Ray Fuller, both of California; his mother, Mrs. Rose Lee Daniels of Marshall Tenn.; a brother and a sister out of state; and 15 grandchildren. Show Low and the White Mountain Roundup in Springerville. He published the Arizona Digest in Phoenix for several years before purchasing the Utah papers. He served in the Navy during World War II and was a former clerk of the Apache County Superior Court. Survivors include three sons, Andrew, St. George; Gregory, Durham, N. C.; and Leslie, who is on a mission in Argentina for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; two brothers, Errol and Ben, both of St. George; two sisters, Mrs. Gordon Cowley, St. Johns, and Mrs. Kenneth DeWitt, Holbrook; another sister out of state and two grandchildren. 7075 SIZES 12-29 Princess jumper-dress is a joy to wear day or night. Quickie jumper — just 3 main pieces! Decorate with buttons framed by embroidery. Pattern 7075: transfer, printed pattern NEW sizes 12-20. Size 12 (bust 34), State size. Send 50 cents in coin for this pattern; add 15 cents for ^first-calls mailing and special handling. Address Alice Brooks, The Arizona Republic, Needlecraft Department. Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip code, pattern number and size. Send 50 cents for new 1970 Needlecraft catalogue, 40 pages with over 200 designs, three free patterns. New "50 Instant Gifts" to make today, give tomorrow. Send 50 cents. Send 60 cents for "18 Jiffy Rugs" to knit, crochet, weave, sew, hook. Book of "12 Prize Afghans." Send SO cents. Bargain "Quilt Book 1" has 16 beautiful patterns. Send 50 cents. "Museum Quilt Book 2" has patterns for 12 superb quilts. Send 50 cento. Book 3—"Quilts for Today's Living" — contains 15 patterns. Send 90 cents. Legal Advertising _ ~ MEMO TO ALL CONTRACTORS ~~ And others interested In prolect S 264-505, Yuma • Parker Highway, Bouse Wash section, scheduled for bid opening/ The Bid' Opening for this prolect Is cancelled. Wrn. N. Price, State Hlqhway Engineer "ubllshed: Arizona Republic, October Its Movember 4, 1969. CALL FOR BIDS Prolect No. A-682e^.OO(BI) SEALED BIDS will be received by the nubile Works Director in Room 921, Mu- ilclpal Building, 251 West Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85003, until 2:00 P.m. Tuesday, December 2, 196v. Bids will be opened and publicly read aloud at this time In Room 731 of >na Municipal Building for CONSTRUCTION OF TWO COVERED TIE DOWN SHELTERS AND ONE ROW TYPE T-HANGAR AT PHOENIX-LITCHFIELD MUNICIPAL AIRPORT The base bid Is to Include Hangar B and Shelters C & D only (building Indicated as "A" on the site plan will be instructed as described in alternate The' hangar In the bass bid will be equipped with canopy type doors .as d» scribed in the Specifications and the slang and roofing will be painted as specl- 'led but the structural steel of the three structures (B, C & D) will be prime coated only. Plans and specifications may ba examined and/or purchased at the office of he City Engineer. Room 700, Municipal Julldlno. A certified or cashier's check or bid bond for not less than five '.W' 1 percent of the proposal, made payable Ithe City of Phoenix, shall be submitted vltt-i each bid as a guarantee that the ildder. If awarded the contract, will enter nto contract by executing 1 the documents md furnishing the required bonds. The Touncll of the City of Phoenix reserves the right to refuse any or all proposal] or bids. Bids shall be marked: . Bid of For . Contractor The general prevailing rafe of per diem wages, as determined by and on file with he Industrial Commission, shall be paid : or each craft or type of workman needed o perform the contract. CHAS A. ESSER, Acting city Manager By Fred Glendenlng, Public Works Director 3 ublished: The Arizona Republic, November 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 8, 9, 1969. CITY OF PHOENI> PyBLIC M W6RKS ilON . ARIZONA —PARTMENT DIVISION OF ENGINEERING NOTICE OF REQUEST FOR PUBLIC HEARING The City of Phoenix, In cooperation with the Arizona Highway Department, proposes to Improve the following street: 24th Street between the Maricopa Freeway and Buckeye Road, Prolect No. T-980(21, City of Phoenix No. P-64342.00(GT) Proposed improvements consist of all necessary rlflhts of way, roadway grading, draining surfacing, and all other Items necessary to build these sectons of Road to Federal Aid Standards. In accordance with Federal Aid Highway Act of 195«, Section 116(c} and Federal Aid Highway Act of 1962, Section 133, as amended to provide fo relocation advisory assistance, a publl hearing will be held if requested fo these Improvements. Your request fo public hearins should be addressed and sent fo fne C/fy Engfneer, Room 700 Munlcpal Building, 25J West Washington; Phoenix, Arizona 85003. This requesj must be submitted In writing not later han November 18, 1969. Chas. A. 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Advertisers who specify their, weekday advertisements be published In only one of the two dally papers, will receive a reduction of 10c per line from the 1 time line rafe and copy so ordered will appear under a separate — "Mlscel* laneous Classified" heading put- side the regular classified section. Check Your Ad The First Day it appears. In the event of an error. Phoenix Newspapers will The Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. not assume responsibintv.for more than one incorrect Insertion. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO Edit, Properly Classify or Relect Advertising Copy To Place Your Want Ads DIAL 271-8711 Announcements CIIMM 1 mnwn N I—Meeting Notices "THUNDERBIRD Cfiaper NoT^ . . O.E.S. 48 West Baseline, 8 p.m. Advance nlaht. Pauline Rldaeway, W.M. Hilda Green, A.M. ORIENTAL Lodge No. 20 PiA'MT'U South Center Street, Mesa, Stated Meeting 7:30 P.M. Pofluck Dinner at 6:00. Visiting Masons welcome. Harold J. Hall, W.M. A ARIZONA Lodge No. 2, |QM» F8.A.M. 4th Ave. & Monroe. Ngn Stated Session 7:30 P.M. Visit- Ing Masons welcome. Refreshments. Harland R. Jackson, W.M_. A —Funeral __ __ Announcement! _ ANDERSON, MHtorTTl. Services 10 a.m. today, Meldrum Mortuary Chapel, 52 North Macdonald St., Mesa. Rev. Henry F. Boubellk, Mesa Baptist Church, officiating. Interment Mesa Cemetery. _ B~ECKETT7~H a liice~n~542~w7~AcT- ams. Father of Granville Paul ' Beckett. Graveside services con-ducted by Rev. Ron Mitchell 3:00. P.m. Wednesday at Glcndalo Me-, morial Park. A. L. Moore 8. Sons.' . BIRMINGHAM, Bertie. Services T. p.m. today. Grimshaw's Bloom Chapel, 3800 S. Central. _ _., -' BISHOP, Edward E. Survived by' wife, Mable A., Phoenix; brother, ' Lester F., Ankeny, Iowa; sisters, • Mrs. Catherine Davis, Bedford,Mass., Mrs. Florence Wiedmanv i Des Molnes, Iowa. Rosary 7 p.m;. today. Chapel in the Garden, Mer- ccr Mortuary. Requiem Mass 9' a.m. Wednesday at Church of St. Agnes, 1954 N. 24th St. Interment' St. Francis. Friends may call aft__ i-. _ _ BOlVlfl, Paul Eugene. Services 2 P.m. today. Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Glendale Ward. Lundberg Chapel of Tha Chimes. _ _ BRANNOCRTCharles S. Survived by wife, Mary, of Phoenix; son, James of Goleta, Calif.; daughter,' Mrs. Barbara Llnhart, Los An-' geles, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Lote- Williams and Mrs. Mable Neff,. both of Michigan; 4 grandchildren, and 4 great grandchildren. Services II a.m. Wednesday, Green" Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale, Moose" Lodge No. 708 assisting. Interment ' Green Acres Memorial Gardens. , Visitation 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m.. today. _ _ BROCKMAN, John L. 1007~SoutFr 19th Avenue. Passed away November 2, 1969, Survived by wife Jean. Daughter Pamela Kim, Phoenix. Mother Dana Brockman. Brother Jackie Lee, Mlddlebury, Indiana. Sisters, Mrs, Betty Sheeks, Phoenix and Mrs. Patricia Durlacher, Eldrldge, Iowa. Services 11 A.M. Wednesday. Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany Home Road. Interment Glendale Memorial Park. Friends _jaay call 5-9 P.M. today. _ BROWN, Catherine M. 10715 Connecticut Ave. Survived by husband, Harry. Services Wed. 11 a.m, First Baptist Church of Youngtown. Visitation 3-7 p.m. today, Lundberg's Golden Door Chapel, Youngtown. _ BUZADZIJA", Olsa~B"iaJrr~Se7vkes conducted by fhe Very Rev. Dr. pimltrlle Naldancvlch 1:00 p.m.'* Wednesday In Memory Chapel, A. ., t. Moore & Sons. Interment Mem- , ory Lawn. Friends may call ail _day today. __ '• CARDOVA, Clara. Arrangements 9 pending, Mesiingcr Mortuary, •' ^ ____ _ • CARLSEN, Carl C. Survlved~by '< wife, Estella, Laguna Hills, Calif., • sons, C. R. of Tempe, J. B. of . Fresno, Cal If., daughter, Mrs. , Leah Sholwell, Claremont, Calif.; brother, Jens; 5 srandchlldren and 5 great-arandchildren. .Graveside services 10 a.m. Wednesday, Green Acres Memorial Gardens! . Visitation 7 to 9 p.m. today, Green , Acres Mortuary, Seotlsdale. _ CAR ROLL, Nellie, -8506— NT 8th St. Mother of Mrs. Thomas (Frances F.) McCain, Phoen x. Sister of Raymond Whltaker, Olney, III. Grandmother of Thomas McCain, Jr., Phoenix. Passed away Monday. Services conducted by Rev. Dean Sloniqer & Order of Eastern , Star, 1:00 p.m. Thursday In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore * Sons. Entombment Greenwood, friends may call from 3:00 until ._].0:00 p.rn^Wednesday_. _ CHESSER, Carl. 2423 "E. Cartlpbelf. Services 2 P-.m. today Camelback Sunset .Chapel, 3rd Avenue & Ca- Green Acres . •ISNEROZ, George S. 6050 W. Cactus Rd. Survived *>y wife, Carmen G ,i» sons, Angel, David 8, Jessie, all of Gtendale; George & Gilbert, Phx.; Richard, Wichita, Kan'; daughters, Helen Cisneroz, Glen?£ le/ i Mrs - C'audirie Lopez, Peoria; sisters, Mrs. Genoveva Napo- Fi'Ln'rt.n! 01 ' 18 ,'. Mrs. Petra Gonzales, Glendale, Mrs. Mercy Apodaca, Dos Palos, Calif., Mrs. PranclscB V.asqp;ez, Sonora, Mex., 1? grandchildren. Rosary B p.m. today/ h u J! ( ! b 'ffi Chapel.of .The Chirks 10 a.m. Wednesday, Our Help Catholic of P ^fty 1 ^ 00 ,""']]^ 5 - J 074 * Sun "City: f.lv.d. Survived by husband, Fred, rm? 1 "' n Evel ft" , Hal1 ' &?'" <" Sun orge and Jack'Cummins"; S/. H ,"f r »' j-ucllFe Jones; 3 ndchlldren. Friends •"•- ,y raraa,. en* 1 ! ^^«SSEpF5 ! /Jirnniy. Services conducted by ivi; W. Ronald Reedy 2:oo p.m. today In Memory Chapei; A.Li "»-~ & sons. Interment - DV.NNE, Arley J. Tilb N. UtlTsf Mass of Requiem 9:3o a.m. toda **.

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