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LLDOG Obituaries around the state of Arizona Leon Peloll 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's Hospital. Mr. Pelott, 112 Mountain Shadows West, was born in Akron, Ohio, and came to Scottsdale in 1958 from Evanston, 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 incluude 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. Arley Dunn Funeral Mass for Mrs. Arley J. Dunn, 85, will be at 9:30 a.m. today in Sacred Heart Home, 1110 N. 16th St., where she had lived the past 11 years. Graveside rites will be tomorrow in Denver, Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home nnounced. Mrs. Dunn was born in Missouri and came to Phoenix in 1958. She died Saturday in Doctors Hospital. She had been a buyer for a dry goods firm in Denver. Survivors include a nephew, Arthur J. Gwynne Vaughan, and a niece, Mrs. Dora L. Jolly, both of Phoenix. 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. Massbn of 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. Deaths in the world 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 Tuman, Albert Einstein, Albert Schweitzer, Prince Rainier III and Francisco Franco. More obituaries on Page 21 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 Arizbna 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 equipment 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. todny. 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. 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. Senior forum Legal Advertising CALL FOR BIDS s°fiu.ED°'0|DS will be received by the Public Work.,.Dfrestor i^Roo^ Me, •izona, 85003, until 1:00 ,,, ,»w. uu /, December 2, 196>. , Bids wTlTbe opened and publicly read aloud at this time in Room 731 of me M cta~ RrJW D T°YP NIX-LITCH PORT The base bid Is to Include .Hangar B and Shelters C 8, D only (building ndl- cated as "A" on the site plan will be constructed as described in alternate rUUIIC WUIMt is it C^iwi ii > i-»wv>i" * -v • • •— nlclpal Building, 251 West Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona, 85003, until 2:00 pm Tuesday, December 2, 196>. Bids will be opened —' —"'-'« -«" loud at this time in ««¥?{»# TLE . P-QWN. SHELT . TWO COVERED TEP.S AND ONE only). The hangar In the bas_e bidI wtll I MU liuuwai "t mw ,***"™" fWW ir p <Y--^- e Ith canopv type Ihe Specifications iflng will be pain By THOMAS COLLINS Question: When a widow retires at 65 and has Social Security benefits as her only income, what other sources of income are available to her? —Mrs. W.R.T Answer: If her husband were entitled to any sort of veteran benefits because of military service, she might be entitled to a widow's pension. The Veterans Administration could tell her. If her husband earned a pension where he was employed, there might be some residue of the pension she could get. His former boss could tell her. Beyond this, as a rule, comes welfare. In some circumstances, state and county welfare departments give old age assistance to people whose income is inadequate to support them. There are jobs for a 65-year- old woman. Not very good ones, but jobs that will provide a living wage or will at least supplement Social Security. These jobs are usually in small companies at the edge of cities or in small towns, and would normally be such things as clerking behind a store counter. Unless the woman had specialized training for, say, bookkeeping. One good job, largely overlooked by older women, is to be a house mother for young couples with children who want to .take trips without the children. In this affluent, expense-account a g e, many such young couples are around. The want ads are the way to contact them. Send questions to Senior Forum, P.O. Box 2406, Phoenix, Ariz. 85002. bbriUCU III Mto ^|vc»-i>' 1 »-«'»« 1 t.» .w''« i "* -Ing and roofing will be painted as spec, fed but the structural steel of ffie three structures (B, C & D) will be prime CC p|ans Cn a l nd specifications may be examined and/or purchased a' >te. ""fiLSl the City Enq neer. Room 700, Municipal Building. A certified or pashler's cfceck or bid bond for not less than five •«!• percent of the proposal, made payable tr the Cl y of Phoenix, shall be submitted with each bid as a guarantee that the bidder. If awarded the contract, will enter mto contract by executing the documents and furnishing the required bonds. The Council of the City of Phoenix reserves tl»,te n » tor?!". 5 ,? i"V_or "II proposals IIW IIWIH IW iwiwaw MII, vi MII or bids. Bids shall be marked: Bid of . Contractor For City of Phoenix Prolect No. A-682B4.00(BI) The general prevailing rate of p wages, as determined by and on t the Industrial Commission, shall be paid for each craft or type of workman needed to perform Ihe contract. --ocrr> CHAS A. ESSER, Ing City Manager Bv Fred Glendenlng, Public Works Director per diem i file with I be paid Acting r u-.lc Works"-,,. Published: The Arizona Republic, Noveir* btr 4.T'6. 7, 8 8, 9, 19«9. FOR PUBLIC .. city .J*_P»fl|$}fe The . with the Arizona proposes to improve 24th " ' ' ' Street Sffi mfaG „ ,,ifx. In cooperation Igfiway Department, ..... the following street: between the Marlcppa Buckeye Road, Prpled City of Phoenix No. ProVosetPlrrWovements consist of all necessary rights of way, roadway grading, dralnlnu surfacing, and all other Items necessary to build these sectons of Road to Federal Aid Standards., In accordance with Federal Ad High ay Act of 1956, Seel on WJc) anC these Improvement*. Your J request for public hearing should be addressed and - ' - "-- "It sent to the City Engineer. .Room 700, Municipal Building, 25V West Washinnton, -' ' Arizona 85003. This request submitted In writing not later ember 18, 1969. chas. A. Esser, Acting <fltyMana; ub , jgor . ilenlna, P.E. Republic October 28, Youth pleads guilty in shooting case TUCSON (AP) - Robert Lerch, 18, pleaded guilty yesterday to four felony counts in the May 20th shooting of a service station attendant. Lerch was one of five suspects in the shooting of Edward Alarcon. He pleaded guilty to attempted murder, forgery, burglary and armed robbery. Lerch will be sentenced Dec. 3 by Superior Court Judge John P. Collins. Canada, Poland sign wheat pact extension OTTAWA (UPI) — Canada and Poland have agreed to a two-year extension of the current three-year wheat sales agreement, Otto E. Lang, minister without portfolio, announced. Poland so far has received only 500,000 tons of Canadian wheat out of the 900,000 tons provided for under the long- term agreement signed July 26,1966. Under the extended agreement, Poland will complete purchases of the remaining 400,000 tons before July 31, 1971. Poland will have the option of substituting purchases of barley for up to 50 per cent of the remaining deliveries. 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, Tetin.; a brother and a sister out of state; and 15 grandchildren. Nazi SS gas chamber operator put on trial KIEL, Germany (UPI) Heinz Schlechte, a former Nazi SS sergeant who drove a mobile gas chamber used to exterminate persons considered racially impure by the Hitler regime, went on trial yesterday. Schlechte, 58, is charged with complicity in the murder of 2,000 Jews. Pennsylvania tees off on campus disrupters HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP)Students who disrupt classes or demonstrate on campuses and are either convicted or expelled are barred from getting state aid in Pennsylvania. Gov. Raymond Shafer signed a bill recently allowing the state to deny scholarships or guaranteed loans to stu 1 dents convicted of a felony, expelled for disrupting classes or convicted for any offense relating to disrupting campus activities. $252 million benefits DENVER (AP) - Bill Rice, who estimates he has helped veterans and widows to claim more than $252 million in benefits over the last 21 years, has retired as head of the veterans affairs division of the Colorado Social Services Department. On this day November 4, 1969 By ESTEY I. REED On this day in 1842, Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd were married by the Rev. Mr. Dresser in the First Episcopal Church of Springfield, 111. This date was not the one the Todds originally had set—the one for which '. Lincoln did not show up. Thft reason for his absence remains a mystery. His excuse was probably from a correct presentiment that they were temperamentally ill-mated. Lincoln placed the ring upon the bride's finger and added something not usually included, "With this ring I now thee wed, and with all my worldly goods I thee endow." The guests and minister were somewhat taken aback. During the reception, Judge Thomas Browne, a guest said, "Good gracious, Lincoln! The statute fixes all that!" "Oh well," drawled the groom, "I just thought I'd add a little dignity to the statute." i-20 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 50 cents for "16 Jiffy Rugs" to knit, crochet, weave, sew, hook. Book of "13 Prize Afghans." Send 50 cents. Bargain "Quilt Book 1" has 16 beautiful patterns. Send 50 cents. "Museum Quilt Book 2" has patterns for 12 superb quilts. Send 50 cents. Book 3~"Quilts for Today's Living" — contains 15 patterns. Send 50 cents. Legal Advertising MEMO TO ALL CONTRACTORS And others interested In prelect S 64-505, Yuma - Parker Highway, Bouse fash Section, scheduled for bid opening ctober 31, 1969. The" Bid Opening for this prelect Is ancilled. Vm. N. Price, tate Hiqhwav Engineer ubllshed: Arizona Republic, October 28; ovember 4, 1969. Republic and Gaxette _. .Phone 271-8000 Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. 120 E. Van Buren St. Phoenix, Arizona „ Mall Address: P.O. Box 1950 Republic (Morning) 45c a week Gazette (Evening! 4Sc a week Republic (Morn. & Sun.) 70c a week The Sunday Republic is available to Gazette subscribers at 25c a week. Carriers collect weekly. Subscribers desiring to pay In advance annually will please mail remittance at carrier rate direct to circulation department. U.S. Mall Subscription Prices Arizona, California .Mexico 28.08 28.08 43.68 15.60 $93.60 ftU 37.44 Rep-Morn Gaz-Eve Gaz&Sun Rep-Sun m Rep-Morn Gaz-Eve Gaz&Sun Rep-Sun 21.84 3.TO 7.80 All Other States $23.40 ,46.80 m 28.08 9.36 14.04 9.36 14i04 4.68 No Mall Subscriptions accepted where carrier delivery Is maintained. Airmail, Foreign and Military Rates on request. CIRCULATION SERVICE 271-8381 OR 271-8356 The Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. Reserves The Right To Edit, Properly Classify or Relect Advertising Copy. Branch Offices and Representatives Service — Phone AIo 387-7845 Apache Junction 964-564? 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Phones Open SATURDAY 7 am to 3 pm 8 am to 1 pm 1 om Sat. 12 noon to 3 pm For Corrections & Cancellations Counter Closeo atlon To Place Your Want Ads PHONE 271-8711 LOCAL RATES: The following local classified rates apply to -all non-contract • advertising originating from within the . State of Arizona.. .For weekday publication In the morning Republic and evening Gazette of the SAME day; or In the Sunday pub- Printed Pattern 9470 SIZES 34-46 Here's the perfect culotte for golfing, traveling by car or plane, lunching in town or on a resort terrace. It's slim, sleek, side-buttoned. Printed Pattern 9470: New Women's Sizes 34, 36, 38, 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 36 (bust 40) takes 3 J /8 yards 45-inch. Send 65 cents in coin for this pattern; add 15 cents for each pattern for first class mailing, and special handling. Address Marian Martin, The Arizona Republic, Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N.Y. 10011, Print name, address with zip code, size and style number. More than 100 styles in new Pall — Winter Pattern Catalogue along with free pattern coupon. Send 50 cents. New Instant Sewing Book shows you how to sew today, wear it tomorrow; over 500 pictures. Send $1. Instant Fashion Book contains answers on what to wear, tips on accessories and figure control. Send $1. The Arizona Repablte Tuesday, Nov. 4, 1969 3 Want Ads Sell Everything! Call 271-8711 llcatlon of the Republic only. AGATE TYPE SET SOLID: 1 Consecutive days lOc per word ner day 4 consecutive days lie per word per day t Day or Skip Day Orders I2c oer word per day DISPLAY STYLE ADS: t , Using larger type, white space, centered lines, etc: 7 Consecutive days 75c oer line per day 4 Consecutive days 8Sc per line cer day 1 Day or Skip Day Orders 95c per line per day 10% Discount Available For CASH ORDERS placed IN PERSON At The Classified Counter MINIMUM CHARGE S2.00 plus tax Republic & Gazette Box Number Rental Charge $1.00 Per Week If replies picked ug $2.00 Per Week If replies mailed City 8. State Taxes Will Be Added To All Advenlslna CTiarses. FOR CONTRACT RATE Information Phone 271-8764 OUT OF STATE RATES: (Minimum Charge. $2.00), Cooy received from outside the boundaries of the State of Arizona charged $1.00 per line per day. Advertisers who specify their weekday advertisements be published n - ers, will receive a reduction of lOc per line from the 1 time line rate and copy so ordered will appear under a sepa " faneous Classified" pear under a separate — "Miscel- faneous Classified" heading outside 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 responsibility 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 Classes l tnrttflti 50 I —Meeting Notices THUNDERBIRD Chaper ffo. 4*. O.E.S. 4S West Baseline, 8 p.m. Advance night. Pauline Rldgeway, W.M. Hilda Green, A.M. __ _ ORIENTAL Lodge No. 20 F&AM, 25 South Center Street, Mesa, Stated Meeting 7:30 P.M. Potluck Dinner at 6:00. Visiting Masons welcome. Harold J. Hall, W.M. A ARIZONA Lodge No. 2, ina 4—Funeral Announcement* . AfJDlRSON, Milton H. Services.10 am. today, Meldrum Mortuary Chapel, 52 North Macdonald S:., Mesa. Rev. Henry F. Boubelik, Mesa Baptist Church, officiating. Intcrment Mesa Cemetery. BECKETT, Hallice H., 542, W. Abams. Father of Granv lie Paul Beckett. Graveside services conducted by Rev. Ron Mitchell 3:00 pm. Wednesday at Glendale Me- morlal Park. A. L. Moore & Sons. BIRMINGHAM, Bertie. Servides 1 pm. today. Grimshaw's Bloom Chapel, 3800 S. Central. . BISHOP, Edward E. Survived by wife, Mable A:, Phoenix; brother, Lester F., Ankeny, Iowa; sisters, Mrs. Catherne Davis, Bedford, Mass., Mrs.Florence WIedman, Des Molnes, Iowa. Rosary 7 P.m. today. Chapel in the Garden, Mercer Mortuary. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. Wednesday at Church of St. Agnes,-1954 N. 24th St. Interment St. Francis. Friends may call after^ p.m. today. ._ B01V1N, Paul Eugene. Services 2 p.m. today, Churchof Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Glendale Ward. Lundberg Chapel of The chimes. : BRA'NNOCK, Charles S. Survived by wife, Mary, of Phoenix,- son, James of Goleta, Calif.; daughter. Mrs. Barbara Llnha t, Los An- qeles, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Lote Williams and Mrs. Mable Neff, both of Michigan; 4 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren. Services 11 a.m. Wednesday, Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale, Moose Lodqe No. 708 assisting. Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens. Visitation 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m. today. : BROCKMAN, John L. 1007 South 19th 'Avenue. Passed away November 2, 1967, Survived by wife Jean. Dauphter Pamela ' Kim, Phoenix. Mother Dana Brockman. Brother Jackie Lee, Mlddlebury, Indiana. Sisters, Mrs. Betty Sheeks, Phoenix and Mrs: Patricia Durlacher, • Eldridge, Iowa. Services 11 A.M. Wednesday. Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, no West Bethany Home Road. Interment Glendale Memorial Park. Friends may 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 Younstown. 1 Visitation 3-7 p.m.' today, Lundberg's Golden Door Chapel, Youngtown. : BUZADZfJA, Olga Blair. Services conducted by the Very Rev.' Dr. Dimltrlle Naldanovlch 1:00 p.m. Wednesday In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment Memory Lawn. Friends • may call all day today. CARDOVA, Clara. Arrangements pending, Messinger Mortuary, _Scqttsdale. CARLSEN, 'Carl C. Survived by wife, Estella, Laauna Hills, Calif., sons, C. R. of Tempe, J. B. of Fresno, Calif., daughter, Mrs. Leah Shotwell, Claremont, Calif.; brother, -Jens; 5 grandchildren and 5 great-grandchildren. Graveside services 10 a.m. Wednesday/ Green Acres Memorial Gardens. Visitation 7 to 9 p.m. today, Green Acres Mortuary, Scoltsdale. :ARROLL, Nellie, sso6 N. t Mother of Mrs. Thomas (Frances . .. 'Sis F.) McCain, Phoenix. Sister of Kaymond Whltaker, Olney, III. Grandmother of Thomas McCain/ Jr., Phoenix. Passed away Monday. Services conducted by Rev. Dean Slonlqer & 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 10:00 p.m. Wednesday. CHESSER, Carl. 2423 E. Campbell. Services 2 p.m. today Camelback Sunset Chapel, 3rd Avenue & Camelback. Interment Green Acres Memorial Park. CISNEROZ, George S. 6050 W. Cactus Rd. Survived by wife, Carmen G.; sons, Angel, David & Jessie, all of Glendale; George & Gilbert, Phx.; Richard, Wichita, Kan.; daughters, Helen Cisneroz, Glendale, Mrs. Claudlna Lopez, Peoria; sisters, Mrs. Genoveva Napoleon, Peoria, Mrs. Petra Gonzales, Glendale, Mrs. Mercy Apodaca, Dos Palos, Calif., Mrs, Franclsca Vasquez, Sonora, Mex., 19 grandchildren. Rosary 8 p.m. today, Lundberg Chapel of The Chimes. Mass 10 a.m. Wednesday, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Interment Glendale Me- morla Park. COPFlNTborothy S. 10746 Sun City Blvd. Surv ved by husband, Fre</, sister, Evelyn Hall, both of sun City. One brother out of state. Private cremation. Braziil-Whltney Mortuary, Glendale. Charles R. _ Whitney, Director. COFFMAN, Lura B. 4127 W. Glendale Avenue. Services 11 a.m. to. day, Camelback Sunset Chapel, 3rd Avenue & Camelback. Inter- vS^^^iMemorlalLPark. Oma D. nle. Seryli era'* ^ . He W. Seryrceswill be conducted by. Rev. Charles L. SFrutel, 10 a.m. Wednesday, Chapel In the Garden, Mercer Mcrtu- ary,. Interment Greenwood. FUUtPR/.Homer. Service* Tues. ft m.j Chapel, Webber ._,4 Sons Interment Double Butfe. !» * " ' »•'»**"•!» u. *jui vivcu uy wife, Dorothy;' daughters, Mrs. Dorothy Massort, Mrs. Barbara Mish, Mrs. Sharon Harris,- mothers. B.E. Cummins; brothers, George and Jack Cummins; ai»ier, Mrs. Lucille Jones; 3 grandchildren. Friends may call 6 to 8 p.m. this evening; services 11 a.m. Wednesday, Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Interment Green- ^ood. Ralph L,. Sage, Director., PR Y, J Immy. Services conducted by Mr. W, Ronald Reedy 2:00 p.m. today in Memory Cha.pel, A.L. Moore & Sons, interment Greerv- wood. DUNNE/ Arley ,J. 1110 N. l«th St. Mass of Reoulem 9:30 a.m. today In Sacred Heart Home Chapel. Graveside services will be helcf In Rgnver, Colo. 10 a.m, Wednesday. Whitney & Murphy. . _. Services pending. Green Acres Mortuary. 5830 west Missouri, Glendala. • DEN7 Mabel M. 5113 W. CSfillna Services will ..be, held ..In the Chapel of South Lawn Memorial gggLA^Mgro.gjug^ffl; Way/ Door r-. ••'*«!

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