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Tuesday, October 19, 1965
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it-, .--5U CITY ' MAIL The Arizona Republic fx Tuesday, Oct. 19, 1965 35 mantic, Conn., moved to Phoe Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. The Earl W.Miller Friends may call at the mortuary after 2 p.m. today. Surviving are his wife, Evelyn M.; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Jane Hill of Phoenix and Mrs. Helen L. Shaw of Beaverton, Ore.; a son, James Obituaries " n.. . i i moved here from Anaheim; Calif. Services and burial will be in Ventura, Calif. Friends may call at Desert View Chapel, 9702 E. Apache Trail, from 2 to 5 p.m. today. Surviving are two sisters, Wayne Hubbs, 74; Ex-State Official Wayne Hubbs, 74, a former state auditor and treasurer, died Sunday in St. Luke's Hospital. Mr. Hubbs, 1450 E. Rose Lane, was an assistant collector for the Internal Revenue Service in Phoenix for 19 years until re John R. Tigue John Raymond Tigue, 65, a resident of Phoenix since 1950, died Sunday in the Veterans Administration Hospital here. Mr. Tigue, 6044 S. 14th Place, was a mailman before moving here from Warren, Ohio. He was born in Youngstown, Ohio. He was a veteran of World War Services will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Bloom's South Phoenix Mortuary, 3800 S. Central. Private burial services will follow. Surviving are his wife, Louise; two daughters, Mrs. De-lores Camp of Minneapolis and nix 10 years ago from fci raso, Texas. He was a former bookkeeper for the Kerley Chemical Co. in Phoenix. He was a life member of the Elks Lodge and a veteran of World war X. Surviving are his wife, Lo- retta; two daughters, Mrs. Rob ert Kerley of Phoenix and Mrs. Ralph Kerley of Walnut Creek, Calif.; three sisters, Mrs. Dora Berard and Mrs. George Hic-key, both of Willimantic and Mrs. Carrie Archambault of West Warwick, R.I.; and seven grandchildren. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Elmer J. Paulley Elmer Jewel Paulley, 63, a press operator 10 years for International Metal Products Co. here, died yesterday in Good Samaritan Hospital. Mr. Paulley, 734 W. Willetta, moved to Phoenix in 1955 from Louisville, Ky., his birthplace. He was a member of the Cen tral Methodist Church and Independent Order of Foresters. Services will be at 10 a.m. to morrow in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden, Scottsdale. Dr. Edwin E, Reeves will officiate. Friends may call today at the mortuary. Burial will be- in Green Acres Memorial Gardens. Surviving are his wife, Thel- ma, and a daugnter, Mrs. Kutn May Sewell of Phoenix. Henry A. Zwicky PRESCOTT Henry A. Zwicky, 70, a retired stationary engineer, died Saturday at the Veterans Administration Hospital. A five-year resident of Wick- enburg, Mr. Zwicky was born in New Glarus, Wis. Funeral services and inter ment will be in Madison, Wis. Survivors include his wife, Dora, of Wickenburg, and a daughter, Mrs. Barbara John son of Ontario, taut. Curtis O'Connor Curtis O'Connor, 75, a retired plumber and pipefitter who moved to Phoenix eight years ago from Alton, 111., died yesterday in a Phoenix hospital. Mr. O'Connor, 1511 E. Clarendon, was born in Troy, Ind. He was a member of the Plumbers and Pipefitters Union. Rosary will be recited at 8 D.m. today in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Additional rites will be at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow in the mortuary. Rev. Robert Nesby will officiate, Mr. Anderson, 4421 S. 18th Place, died Saturday in a Phoe nix hospital. He was a cotton sampler for the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Born in Del Valle, Tex., he moved to Phoenix 16 years ago. Surviving are his wife, Hallie; hree sisters, Mrs. Maggie Moore, Mrs. Marie Butler, both of Austin, Tex., and Mrs. Reva Alvord of Dallas; two brothers, A. C. Murphy and Isaac Ander-j son, both of Austin. Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Duran H. Summers APACHE JUNCTION-Duran H. Summers. 67, a retired colonel and flight surgeon for the Air Force, died Sunday of a heart attack en route to his home at Kings Ranch here. Mr. Summers was a flight sur geon for tne ssssna comDara-ment Training Wing before retiring and moving here 10 years ago from Russellville, Ark. A veteran of both World Wars, he was awarded the Silver Star and the Bronze Star during World War II. He took part in the Philippine and New Guinea campaigns. Mr. Summers, a native of Malvern, Iowa, is survived by his wife, Ruth M. Friends may call at Desert View Chapel, 9702 E. Apache Trail, Mesa, from 2 to 9 p.m. today. Military rites and burial will be in Arlington National Ceme- tery, Ft. Meyers, Va. Antoinette Gregor Mrs. Antoinette Gregor, 85, died Sunday in a rest home at St. Paul, Minn., her daughters in Phoenix announced. Mrs. Gregor. a native of High land, Wis., was the mother of Mrs. Al C. Cirou and Mrs. Kicn-ard E. Herrmann, both of Phoe nix: three eranacniiaren ana one great-grandchild also sur vive. Services and burial will be in St. Paul. Roderick G. Dion Rosary for Roderick G. Dion, 72, who died Sunday in his home, 16 W. Pasadena, will be recited at 7:30 o.m. today in Sunset Chapel. 301 W. Camel- back. Requiem Mass will be said at io:30 a.m. tomorrow m ai. Francis Xavier Church, 4715 N. Central. Mr. Dion, a native of Willi- R. of Alton; a brother, John L. of Culver, Ind.; a sister, Hattie O'Connor of Troy; six grand children and four great-grand children. Cayle M. Burfield Graveside services for Mrs. Gayle Mowitt Burfield will be at 10 a.m. Thursday in Green wood Memorial Park, 2300 W. Van Buren. The Rev. H. Shelby Lee will officiate. Mrs. Burfield, a former regis tered nurse at St. Joseph's Hos pital, died Saturday in San Ber nardino. Calif. She moved to San Eernardino 12 years ago. She also worked as a nurse for Dr. A. E. Cruthirds, was a member of the Arizona Nurses Association and a member of, the Arizona Bunaog uud. Surviving are her husband, Howard; a brother, George Mowitt of Grinnell, Iowa; and a sister, Mrs. Julina Coulter San Bernardino. Of Estelle Markowski Rosary for Mrs. Estelle M. Markowski, 79, will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Whitney and Murphy Chapel, 330 N. Second Ave. Requiem Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow in the Church of St. Agnes. 1954 N. 24th St. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Mrs. Markowski, 2001 N. 23rd Place, died Thursday In St. Luke's Hospital. Born in Missouri, she moved to Phoenix 15 years ago from St. Louis. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Edna Stoye and Mrs. Wil-ma Fisher, both of Phoenix; six grandchildren and six greatgrandchildren. Charles W. Harris Charles W. Harris, 88, a retired carpenter and contractor, died yesterday in the Veterans Administration Hospital here. Mr. Harris, 3612 W. Coolidge, moved to Phoenix in 1923 from Lawrence, Kan., his birthplace. He was a World War I veteran. Services will be at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow in Palms Free Meth odist Church. 2800 N. 29th St. The Rev. Merlin F. Archer and the Rev. Owen Sherman will officiate. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the mortuary after 2 p.m. today. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Ines L. Coffman of Phoenix; two sons, Eldon II. of Phoenix and Carl L, of Reno,! Nev.; a sister, Mrs. Anna; linger or adiiia and, uuu. n - e f a. k ii:r . ana a oromer, ueuree w. oi Lawrence; six grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Mrs. Mary Lou Pacheco of Gar den Grove, Calif.; three sons, Donald of Fullerton, Calif., Ronald of Santa Ana, Calif., and Dennis, in the service at Charleston, S.C.; two brothers, Mathew of Long Beach, Calif., and James of Warren; two sisters, Mrs. Marie Rushmore Cleveland and Mrs. Ludt of Lake wood, Calif.; and 16 grandchildren. Friends may call at the mortuary from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Albert Hjermstad PRESCOTT - Albert Hjerm stad, 70, a retired construction superintendent, died at Veterans Administration Hospital Satur day. A resident of Tempe the past year, he was born in Cod ington, S.D. Funeral services will be held Minneapolis. Survivors include his wife, Clara; a daughter, Mrs. Beatrice Fager of Minneapolis; two sons, Edward of Uhannassem, Minn., and Stanford of Tempe; sister, Mrs. Jacob Moe of Cloquet, Minn., and eight grand children, William Anderson Funeral rites for William An derson, 54, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Webber and Sons Earl Watson Miller, 85, who had been a salesman for the W. T. Raleigh Co. 30 years, died yesterday in a Phoenix hospital. Mr. Miller, 1618 W. Linden, moved here four months ago from Portland, Ore. Services will be at 2 p.m. to morrow in Lundberg's Chapel of Chimes, 5852 W, Glenn Drive, Glendale. Burial will be in Glen-dale Memorial Park. Mr. Miller, a native of Seda-lia, Ind., is survived by a daughter, Ruth Miller of Phoenix, and a grandson. Minnie Morrison Services for Mrs. Minnie Morrison, 39, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in New Home Baptist Church with the Rev. E. A. Hunter officiating. Mrs. Morrison, 5019 S. 21st Place, died Saturday in the Lackland AFB Hospital in San Antonio, Tex. Born in Nashville, Tenn., she moved to Phoenix in 1960. Surviving are her husband, Set. Willie Morrison: three sons. Van T.. Cornell H.. and Michael II.; and a daughter, Debra, all of Phoenix; three sisters, and a brother, all out of state. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park, Webber and Sons Mortuary announced. William li. Darling WINSLOW-Services for William Bonnar Darling, 73, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Elks auditorium. The Rev. William Vogel of the United Presbyterian Church and Elks Lodge officers will officiate. Burial will be in Desert View Cemetery. Mr. Darling died Saturday In Los Angeles after a long illness. He was born in Pacific Grove, Calif., and came to Winslow in 1921. He was a division engi neer for the Santa Fee Railway until his retirement in 1958. Mr. Darling was a past com mander of the American Legion post here, a past master of the Masonic Lodge, a member of the El Zaribah Temple of the Shrine and of Eldks Lodge 536. Survivors include his wife, Naomi; two daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth David of Missouri and Mrs. Margaret Her of Winslow; two grandchildren and a sister, Elsie Darling of California. Friends may call at Scott Mortuary from 7 to 9 p.m. today and until service time tomorrow. Dorothy M. Grant MESA Mrs. Dorothy M. Grant, 73, a resident here the past two years, died yesterday fa rest home here Mrs. Grant, 8012 E. 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Ph. 271-8711 Marriage Licenses BISHOP-PECK, William Frederick, 22, 120$ E. Oregon) Judith Arliene, 20, San Dleso. BLOKE NFELD-HAUMERL. John Henry, 39, 713 N. Central; Marl- anne, 21, 3932 W. Rovey. BRITT-HEARNE, Michael Richard, 19, 4322 N. 16th Ave.t Barber Ann, 3021 E. Cholla, BURT-FINK, Rom H 20, 143; W. Lamar; Pamela Marie, II, 2050 W. Solano Drive, BUTTERA-VENO, Frank Oennll, 1; . Judith, IB, both of Chandler. J COOK-VESICO, Leslie Dean, 22, 237 r W. Elm; Paulette Lee, 17, 6771 W. Campbell. COSTON-BURNBTT, Richard 23, Mesa; Margaret Irene, 24, Apache Junction DENNIS-RODGERS, Gary Reld, 11, Fullerton, Calif.) Lenore A.. 16, 3501 W. Tuckey Lane. , , , ELLER-ODEN, Alva Marlon, legal aae. 1106 N. 12th St.; Hazel Bowers, legal age, 1115 N. 11th St. FLOHES-MONTEi, Saul. 21, El Peso, Tex.; Florencla. 21, Colon! Pacheco, Chihuahue, Mexico. OARCIA-ORTEGA Jose A.. 26, Mesa; Mary Ruth, 24, Tempe. HARNER-LEWis, Harold Casey, 25, 1240 W, Dunlap; Joan, 20, 2437 W. Freeway Lane. HARRIS-NOEL, Frederick fugtne. 19; Jo Ann, 1, both of Wesa. HAYS-BAKER, Lloyd L.. 41; Helen G., 42, both of Santa Barbara, Calif. HURO-TUBB, Bradley J. Jr., 40, Denver; Dorothy Jane, 25, Scotts- MARCOJ-SELLARS, Mark, 25) Judv Ann, 22, both of Glendale, NELSON-JONES, Dorrnel, 2J, Upland, Calif,; Barbara Ann, 22. Mesa OLLARSABASAUSEOA. Joe, 27, 4675 S. 24th St.; Mary, 31, 504 S. 35th Drive. . , PALMER-VOEKS, James Franrn l 20; Rebecca Lee, 17, bo til of PERKINS-SKINNER, Joel Dean, H 5417 S. Third St.; Mary Louise, 23. 770 E. Atlanta. PITTMAN-BROWN, Robert Earl, II, 2924 E. Monroe; Judith Carolyn, 18, 2924 E. Monroe. RUTH-EDWARDS, Larry Elmer, 2, 1226 N. 21st Place; Shlrlev L., 30, 1226 N. 21st Place. 5HANER-KEISTER, Phillip Brooke, 25, Newport Beach, Calif, i Alive Marie, 21. 3606 N. 4th Ave. SHtlMAKER-PEYER, John Howard, 71. Luke AFB; Pamela Ruth. 20, Glendale. STEVENS-EDWARDS, Wayne Lee, 22, 2811 N. 27th Ave.; Carol Jean, 1. 1930 E. Montehello. TREVINO RODRIOUEI, Anselmo, 44, 1722 W, Tonto; Abigal, 34, 1722 W. Tonto. WOMACK-WICKER, Billy Bob, ?7; June Lee, 24. both of Scottsdale, WYTASKE-WHITE, Leo A., 62; Cor Lee, 44, both of Avondale. IEBALLOSROBLES, Luis Alfonso, 19, 513 W, Almeriai AIM Lul F It, WIS W, Yuma. Birth GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL October 14 AVERY, Robert and Irene, 4714 W. Encanto Blvd., boy. t , . BACA, Frank and Charlotte, 2014 W. Chambers, girl. BARNHART, Larry and Gayle, 3016 W. Pierce, boy. t ., CAMP, John and Phyllli, 1521 N. 35th St., boy. COSNER, Ronald and Sharron, 3601 S. Newberry Road, Tempe, girl. CUNNINGHAM, Richard and Lynne, 1325 E. Avalon Drive, girl. HAHN, George and Charlotte, 3721 E. Yale St., girl. JOHNSON. Gerald and Vickl, 1243 W. 4th St., Tempe, bov. KARCH, Jamei and Jennie, 1043 E. Denton Lane, girl. . LYNCH, Peter and Sharon, 15001 N. 29th Drive, boy. martin, Curtis and Karen, 2633 E. Portland, girl. ROBLES, Alfred and Betty, 1020 N. llth St., boy. WHITE, Donald and Rebecca, 4801 N. 14th Place, boy. October IS ALLEN, Charles and Mary Lou, 3530 W. Marletle, girl, COCKEREL, Car and Sonya, 6242 N. 10th Place, girl. CRAWFORD, Bill and Marilyn, 6614 W Earll Drive, lrl. ESTRADA, Samuel and Nancy, 3002 E. McKinley, boy. GRAVES, Jetfery and Sammle, 2301 E. Chipman, boy, HAZELTINE, John and Sandra, 1656 W. Campbell, boy. PERALTA, Albert and Mariana, 1716 E. Burgesa Lane, girl. Printed Pattern SIZES 9323 10-20 Fresh, new suit shape for '66 it has the important, wide-set, square collar, longer jacket, swingy pleats. Top It off with head scarf. Printed Pattern 9323: misses' sizes 10, 12, 14, 16. 18, 20. Size 16 suit takes only 3;ts yards 54-inch fabric. Send ,')0 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, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print plainly name, address with zip code, size and style number. Always send pattern requests to the New York address above, NOT to The Arizona Republic in Phoenix; tliis only delays your order. Discover the secret of a well-dressed woman Discover 350 flattering, new design Ideas in our fall-winter pattern catalog. All sizes! Coupon for free pattern in catalog. Send 50 cents. i Mrs. Myrtle Hyde of Anaheim and Mrs. Judy Lighter of Sa linas, Calif.; a brother, H. E. Haynes of Cashion and two grandchildren. Samuel 0. Douglas Samuel 0. Douglas, who moved to Phoenix in 1928 from California and was active in the produce business here, died yes terday in his home, 1319 S. 19th Drive. Mr. Douglas, 63, had been employed by the Arizona Box Co. He was born in Hillsboro, Tex. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Joann Chambers of Glendale; a son, Gerald; his mother, Mrs. Eva Douglas and two brothers, Marlow N. and Eddie A., all of Phoenix; and five grandchildren. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be In Greenwood Memorial Park. Julian B. Blakeslee GLOBE Julian B. Blakeslee, 73, died yesterday m Gila General Hospital after a short illness. A six-year resident of Globe, Mr. Blakeslee came here from Payson. He was born in Minne sota. A polio victim, he was not employed. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday in Walker's Globe Mortuary. The Rev. Donald Smith will officiate. Interment will be in Globe Cemetery. Surviving is a son, Wesley J., of Portland, Ore. Canal Parks Subject of Valley Meet An Intercity Parks and Rec reation Committee to guide Maricopa County's canalside parks program is expected to be formed next week. The committee would be made up of representatives of chanv bers of commerce in Tempe, Mesa, Chandler, Gilbert and Apache Junction. Formation of the committee was set yesterday at a meeting at Mesa Country Club attended by county officials and representatives of four of tlie five towns involved. Eddie Brown, director of the county parks and recreation de partment, outlined preliminary plans for the proposed network of parks along canals in the Valley. Among those attending were Henry Shipley, associate gen eral manager of Salt River Project. R. W. Mumaw of the Mesa Chamber of Commerce was chairman of the session. The Maricopa County Board of Supervisors recently allotted $5,000 each for preliminary planning on two proposed park sites, on Crosscut Canal near Papago Park and Arizona Canal near 16th Street in Phoenix. Two Ex-Convicts Fined, Released SCOTTSDALE - Two men ar rested Sunday in company with a fugitive sought in a $19,000 New York jewel theft were released yesterday after paying $125 fines for failing to register as ex-convicts. They are Charles Bordoni, 59, ana James need, ba, wno were arrested along with Tindaro Joseph Alfano, 33, one of three men wanted in connection with! the Aug. 30 diamond theft from a Latham, N.Y., jewelry store. Detective Sgt. Pave Townsend said the FBI found nothing to link Bordoni and Reed with the diamond theft. The two pleaded guilty before magistrate Ed Boyle to charges of failing to register as ex-convicts Alfano is being returned lo New York to face prosecution. Legal Advertising NOTICE OF SALE ON POSTPONED DATE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that, with respect to th notic of le dated Oclofofr 1. 1965 by Ariiona Land Title & Trust Company, as escrow ayent for The Aero-flex Corporation and Hubert Merrywea-ther pursuant to. an escrow agreement dated July U, IV65 that It would sell to the highest bidder at public sale on Monday, October 18, 1965, at 10:00 o'clock, A.M., at the offices of said escrow agent, second floor 2200 North Central Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, 5,W shares of ths common capital stock of Baca Float Ranch, Inc.. an Ariiona corporation, pursuant to a certain Collateral Pledge and Hypothecation made as ot Novem- :brr 16, 1964 by said Hybert .Merryvyeather I as Pledgor to said The Aeroflex Cor-,poration as Pledgee, subject to any prior interest therein or prior righls with respect thereto by virtue of that certain ! Collateral Securely Agreement dMed Sen-I ember 19 1V6? By said Hunert Merrvwea- ther to Arno R. Dalby or otherwise, said sale has been postponed to, and now i will be held on Tuesday, November J, 1965 al the same time of day and al the same place above designated, such postponement having been announced at the original (first) time and place above designated; only cash bias shall be accepted, except that said Pledge. The Aerotlex Corporation, resrve the right to submit credit bids. October 1. 1945. ARIZONA LAND TITH t THUST company. n Ariiona. Corporation, M. VV. Fiddii. Vice Pres. I Count! Bv: IRQWN VUASSIS BAIN y Jack e. Brown Attorney for Th Arotle cwBora'lon fubllihed; October 1. 1945. tirement. He served as treasurer from 1923 to 1924 and was state auditor from 1924 to 1925. Born in Kingman, he moved to Phoenix in 1923. Rosary will be recited at 7 p.m. today in Whitney and Murphy Chapel, 330 N. Second Ave. Requiem Mass will be said at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Francis Xavier Church, 4715 N. Central. Surviving are his wife, Lillian; four sons, James, Richard and Wayne, all of Phoenix, and Donald of Santa Monica, Calif.; four daughters, JoAnn Hubbs of Phoenix, Mrs. Eileen Anderson of Scottsdale, Mrs. Pat Graham of Salt Lake City and Sister Mary Lizette B.V.M. of Tucson; a brother, Vernon of Yuma; and a sister, Nadine Hubbs of Kingman; and 26 grandchildren. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Ralph Schandelmeier MIAMI Ralph E. Schandelmeier, 65, owner of Milly's Flower and Gift Shop and a 25-year resident of Miami, died yesterday at his home. Mr. Schandelmeier, who operated the flower shop with his wife, also was Greyhound Bus Lines agent in Miami from 1941 to 1954. He came here from De troit He was born in Altoona, Pa. He was a member of the Mi ami Lions Club, the Order of Eastern Star and Elks Lodge. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow In Miles Mortuary. Elder Paul Bear of the Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints will officiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park, 2300 W. Van Buren, Phoenix. Survivors include his wife, Mildred; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Stewart and Mrs. Edna Ayle; and two brothers, Charles and Harry, all of Altoona, Pa. No admission J id L -1 J I. of in a TONIGHT Leonard West 19th "STROKE ... 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