Dolores Caballero, 73, lived here 50 years. Husband, Mariano; son, Raul; four grandchildren. Requiem Mass in Queen of Peace Catholic Church. Burial in Mesa Cemetery. AZ Republic June 17, 1962.

CADLE, Flossie, 46, Thursday, 21 January 1960


Mrs. Sadie Ruth Cadwallader, 75, retired school teacher, died Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1960, in St. Joseph's Hospital. Born in Doylestown, Pennsylvania, she came to Arizona 22 years ago. Services were in Trinity Episcopal Cathedral. The Rev. George R. Selway officiated. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. She is survived by a daughter, Linda DuBee, Phoenix; a son, Charles, Miami, Florida; and a sister, Mrs. Phyllis Crawford, Elkton, Maryland. The AZ Republic 14 January 1960.

CAIN, John Francis

Prescott -- The body of John Francis Cain, 45, will be sent to Phoenix for services and burial. Mr. Cain died yesterday, 31 Dec 1959, while visiting friends here. Born in New York, he had lived in Arizona 13 years. His Phoenix home was at 3424 N. 51st St. A government accountant, at one time he was employed at Luke Air Force Base. He is survived by his wife, Jane; a daughter, Patricia, Phoenix; a sister and two brothers, all living out of state. The Arizona Republic Friday, January 1, 1960.

CALLAS, Thomas D.

Rosary for Thomas D. Callas, 62, will be recited today in the Cole and Maude Mortuary. Funeral services will be in the mortuary tomorrow. Mr. Callas died Tuesday, January 19, 1960, in the hospital at San Manuel. Born in Greece, he lived in Arizona 56 years. He had lived in the Oracle area 28 years. He is survived by his wife, Lucilla, and two brothers in Greece. Thursday, 21 January 1960


Don Edward CAMPBELL, World War II veteran and resident of Arizona 22 years, died Thursday January 28, 1960, in the Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital. He was 57. Mr. Campbell was a native of Randell County, Texas. He had been an accountant, both self-employed and for Luke Air Force Base. His home was at 340 W. Glendale Ave., Glendale. Survivors are two stepsons, Francis L. PATTERSON, Phoenix, and Kenneth W. PATTERSON, Fort Huachuca; two brothers and a sister, all out of state; and eight grandchildren. Funeral services will be in the First Methodist Church of Glendale. The Rev. Robert W. PEALE will officiate. Burial will be in Resthaven Park Cemetery, Glendale. Saturday, 30 January 1960.

CAMPBELL, Franklin D., 74, Tuesday, 26 January 1960

CAMPBELL, Thomas Benedict

Thomas Benedict Campbell, 46, a native of England, moved to Phoenix four years ago from Detroit. World War II veteran, awarded the bronze and silver stars and the Purple Heart. Survived by son, Thomas, of Detroit; brothers, William A. and John J. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Campbell, all of Phoenix; sisters, Mrs. Paul Kalkau of North Lake, Ill., Mrs. Laurence ULDENISH in Michigan. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. AZ Republic June 12, 1962.


Interment Rochester, New York. 2 January 1960 announcement only


Glendale -- Mrs. Faith Carmen, 83, Arizona resident six years, died Tuesday, Jan. 12, 1960, in her home. A native of Christchurch, New Zealand, Mrs. Carmen spent much of her childhood in Arizona and Massachusetts. She was a member of the third graduating class of Flagstaff Teachers College. After her husband's death in 1914, she taught school in Santa Cruz County and spent many years teaching in the Peoria system. She was a Glendale resident 46 years. Services in the First Methodist Church. Private burial services were at Glendale Memorial Park. Brazill-Whitney Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She is survived by a son, Charles, San Pedro, California; two sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Rouse and Mrs. Sidney Hardman, both of Glendale; and a brother, Alan Kendrick, Albuquerque, N. M. The AZ Republic 14 Jan 1960.


Mrs. Naomi S. Carpenter, Arizona resident for 40 years, died January 8, 1960, in her home at 4139 N. 21st St. Mrs. Carpenter, a native of Mills City, Iowa, came to Phoenix 30 years ago after residing 10 years in Morenci. She was associated for 25 years in the office machine and liquid gas business at 144 N. First St. with her husband. She retired in 1951. Surviving are her husband, F. T. Carpenter; two daughters, Mrs. Ruth C. Vaginas, Garden Grove, Calif., and May Carpenter, Santa Ana, Calif.; a son, Francis T., Jr., Phoenix; two sisters, Mrs. Martha Shook, Phoenix, and Mrs. Esther O'Dell, Richmond, Calif.; a brother, Charles S. Salmons, Los Angeles; and five grandchildren. Funeral services in the Chapel in the Garden, Mercer Mortuary. The Rev. Luther W. Allen officiated. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. AZ Republic 9 January 1960.

CARROW, Melvin Paul

Globe -- Funeral services for Melvin Paul Carrow, 68, who died Firday, January 15, 1960, in Gila General Hospital were in Kingman at the Var Marter-Hale Mortuary. Friends may call at Walker's Globe Mortuary. Burial in Kingman. The AZ Republic Jan. 17, 1960.

CARTER, Alphia C., Friday, 8 January 1960 announcement only

CARTER, Russell

Services for Russell Carter, 68, who died in Good Samaritan Hospital, were in Bloom's South Phoenix Mortuary Chapel, 3800 S. Central. Burial in East Resthaven Park. Born in New York, Mr. Carter came to Phoenix nine years ago and resided at 502 Paseo Way. He was a retired Civil engineer. He is survived by his wife, Iona; a son, Michael, Phoenix; and three daughters, Mrs. William Whan of Phoenix, Mrs. Frank Stymer of Troy, N. Y., and Mrs. J. R. Hannon of Huntington, W.VA. Also surviving are three sisters and nine grandchildren. Sunday, 3 January 1960

CARTMILL, Johnson (Uncle Jack)

Avondale -- Johnson (Uncle Jack) Cartmill, 92, died Tuesday, December 29, 1959, in a hospital here. His home was 256 S. Seventh St., Avondale. He had lived in Avondale since 1934. Born in Omaha, Nebraska, he had worked in Tulsa, Oklahoma, before moving to Arizona. He was a watchmaker. Mr. Cartmill had represented the character of Billy Moore in the Billy Moore Days celebration held here annually. Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Cannon Mortuary here. He is survived by his wife, Amy; a son, Euna, Lancaster, Calif., and grandson Patric. Published in The Arizona Republic Friday, January 1, 1960.


Ernest Cervantez, 18, died in Orleans, France, was born in Phoenix. He was a private in the Army. Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred P. CERVANTEZ, Sr.; brothers, Fred P., Jr. and Ted; sister, Rebecca W. CERVANTEZ. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. AZ Republic June 16, 1962.

CHAMBERS, Willis, 4 January 1960 announcement only

CHASE, Frank O.

Frank O. Chase, 76, retired assistant personnel Manager for Reynolds Metals Co., a native of Iowa, moved to Phoenix 37 years ago from Salem, S. D. He was a member of Silver Trowel Lodge of the Masons and was a 32nd Degree Mason. Survived by wife, Roberta; son, LaVerne CHASE of Howard, S. D.; stepson Robert F. BRADLEY of Phoenix; three brothers out of state. Burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. June 14, 1962.


Claude C. Cheshire, 71, widely known Flagstaff business man and former mayor of Nogales, died Friday night, January 29, 1960, while vacationing in Phoenix. He was 71. Mr. Cheshire suffered an apparent heart attack while dining with friends at a restaurant. He died 15 minutes later. Born in Oregon, Mr. Cheshire moved to Nogales and opened an automobile agency in 1924. He served as Nogales mayor from 1937 to 1939. Mr. Cheshire sold his agency to his brother, Roy, in 1940 and moved to Flagstaff. He operated an agency in Flagstaff and Williams until his death. He was active in civic affairs in both Nogales and Flagstaff. Funeral arrangements are incomplete. Survivors include his wife, Mary Margaret; two sons, Presley, of Yakima, Washington; and Charles D., Winslow; a daughter, Mrs. James GOLSARRY, Holbrook; 10 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Sunday, 31 January 1960

CIRA, James, 84, 27 January 1960


Mrs. Mary Case Claiborne, 68, Phoenix resident for a year, died Saturday, Jan. 16, 1960, in Good Samaritan Hospital. Mrs. Claiborne, who was born in Valley Center, Kansas, lived at 718 W. Culver. Services were conducted by Cannon George McNeill Ray in Memory Chapel A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary. Burial in Memory Lawn Cemetery. She is survived by a sister, Mrs. B. D. Detweiler, Phoenix, and a brother H. R. Case, Gardena, Calif. 19 January 1960.

CLARK, Dr. Curry Carroll

Douglas -- Funeral services for Dr. Curry Carroll Clark, 65, a Douglas dentist who died Sunday, Jan. 24, 1960, in Douglas Hospital, were at St. Stephens Episcopal Church. Dr. Clark was born in Norris City, Illinois, and attended dental college in Portland, Oregon, after serving in World War I. He opened an office in Mesa in 1925, moving to Douglas two years later. He was a member of the American Legion and past president and charter member of the Douglas Lions Club, the Elks Lodge, and the Masonic Lodge in Seattle, Washington. Survivors include his wife, Pauline; two daughters, Mrs. Alice B. Couch, Gardena, Calif., and Mrs. Vivian Jo Noble, Clarksville, Tennessee; two brothers, Jack C. Spokane, and Dean, Cosmopolis, Wash.; a sister, Mrs. Alleen Ring, Seattle; and four grandchildren. Graveside services in Calvary Cemetery. The AZ Republic 26 January 1960


Funeral services for Jed C. Clark, 76, who died Friday, January 1, 1960, were in the Camelback Chapel and Funeral Home. The Rev. Paul Urbano officiated. Cremation followed. Born in Beaver Lake, Michigan, Mr. Clark came to Phoenix five years ago and resided at 9629 N. 15th Ave. He is survived by his wife, Zantilona; and two brothers and two sister in Michigan. 3 January 1960

COBB, Emma Elizabeth

Funeral services and burial for Mrs. Emma Elizabeth Cobb, 70, who died late Saturday (January 1, 1960) in the home of a son, Irving E. Cobb, 1019 E. Whitton, in Scottsdale, will be in Walpole, Massachusetts, her former home. Messinger Mortuary and Chapel, 513 E. Indian School, Scottsdale, announced. Services will be held Friday in the Epiphany Church. Mrs. Cobb, born in Canon, Massachusetts, came to Scottsdale 5 1/2 years ago from Walpole, where she was a member of the Altar Guild of Epiphany Episcopal Church. She was active in other branches of church work. Besides the son in Scottsdale, she is survived by three other sons, Everett E., Phoenix, and Leroy N., and Lawrence E., both of Walpole; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy McKenna, Walpole, a brother and three sisters in the East; seven grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Published in The Arizona Republic Tuesday, January 5, 1960.

COBB, Leonard Ray

Coolidge -- Funeral services for Leonard Ray Cobb, 23, were at the Cole and Maud Mortuary. Burial in Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Cobb died Jan. 4, 1960, in San Diego, California, of injuries received in an automobile accident. He came to Coolidge with his parents in 1937 and attended Kenilworth School. At the time of his death he was employed at Convair Aircraft in San Diego. He served in the air force from 1954 to 1957. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Cobb, Sanger, California; two brothers, Delbert, with the armed services and Glenn of Sanger; two sisters, Frances and Bonnie, both of Sanger; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Hannah, of Coolidge; and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Frances Stepp of Fort Worth, Texas. Sunday, Jan. 10, 1960.

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