William Victor Klauser Obit
MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 10, i960 William V. Klauser, To Be Buried Funeral services will be held tomorrow for V. Klauser, a Hughes Aircraft Co. employe, who Saturday of a heart attack while hunting about 10 northeast of Jaynes Station. He was 42. With him on the hunting trip were his two Ham Jr., 13, and Harry, 10. Undersheriff J a m e s 0. Wyckoff reported that the victim suffered the heart attack attack about one-half mile from where the family car was parked. One son stayed with his father while the other went to summon aid. Mr. Klauser was born in Douglas but had lived in Tucson Tucson since infancy. He was a graduate of Tucson High School- He had served overseas for 42 months during World War II as a first sergeant with the 158th Infantry of the Arizona National Guard. Before going to work for Hughes six years ago Mr. Klauser had been employed as a precision machinist with the Southern Pacific Co. here for 18 years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church and had taken an active part in its work. He also was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 549, and lived at 2501 La Cienega Dr. Surviving are his wife, Mary Frances; three sons, William Jr., Harry, and Kent; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Klauser, of Tucson; sister, Mrs. Edward Abodeely, of Tucson; and two brothers, Sgt. Joe Klauser, with the U. S. Marine Corps at Jacksonville, Jacksonville, N.C., and Kenneth, of Tucson. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 10 a.m. Sleeth Chapel, First Baptist Church. The Rev. R. S. will officiate. Burial will be at Evergreen Cemetery. Missile Capacitor Contract Awarded NEW YORK-- (Â£)--Award of a $421,180 contract to John E. Fast Co. of for Minuteman intercontinental intercontinental ballistic missile capacitors capacitors was announced today the Victoreen Instrument Co. of Cleveland. Fast is a wholly-owned lubsidiary of Victoreen. The contract was awarded by a division of North American Aviation, Inc., associate prime contractor contractor for the Minuteman.