Obituary of Rev. McDaniel Howsare
Rev. McDaniel Howsare Dies Here At Age Of The Rev. McDaniel Howsare, 92, a Tucson since 1945, died yesterday morning at his home at E. 3rd St. Born in Chaneysville, Pa., and educated at College in Ohio,the Rev. Mr. Howsare was a retired I Congregational Christian min- j ister who had served in Ohio, ! Michigan and Virginia. He had been a 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason of the Car Registration In Mails 'Good' Car registration through the mails has been very good, the county assessor's office reported today. The motor vehicle division, Valley of Dayton, Ohio, for more than 50 years and was a member of the Versailles, Ohio, Lodge No. 290, FAM. He is survived by a daughter, daughter, Miss Elizabeth Howsare, on opening day Friday, re-1 executive director of the Tucson YWCA; a son, James ceived three sacks of mail and this morning another four sacks arrived. People have not begun to line up in any numbers as yet to obtain their 1962 license license plaj.e tibsi Registration will continue through Jan. 31 without penalty. penalty. Thereafter there will be an additional $4 charge. Assessor A. E. (Jack) Bade urged car owners to get their tabs as early as possible to prevent a last minute jam in January, a Tucson attorney; two grand- daughters, Mrs. James sare Albro, Highland Falls, N. Y., and Mrs. Ann How- \ sare Flood, Trumbull, Conn.; and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow the Arizona Mortuary Chapel, with the Rev. Richard DuFresne DuFresne officiating. Tucson'I Lodge No. 4 will conduct the services. The body will be|| taken to Ohio for burial.