Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1963 · Page 40
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ALL The Repttbfle M, A»HI 5, Obituaries Private Services Held For Helen S. Wilcox, 81 Private cremation-services for Mrs. Helen Stewart Wilcox, 81, daughter of a pioneer Arizona educator, were conducted yesterday gast schools here. She was on of the first members of the Phoenix Little Theater. Born in Brazill, Ind., she cam to Arizona in 1.892. Her fathe • the late John Stewart, went to th Sacaton Indian Reservation i 1890. He was principal of the Centra School formerly located at th site of the San Carlos Hotel In Phoenix. He also was a schoo principal at Bisbee. Mrs. Wilcox studied music un der Dr. Charles Cook who established the Cook Institute in Phoenix. Mrs. Wilcox died Tuesday at the White Angel Hospital. She lived at 1430 E. Garfield. She is suurvived by two sons Robyn of Hayward, Calif., and John Stewart Wilcox of Canoga Park, Calif.; two sisters, Mrs. Ira G. Lane and Mrs. Horace Button, both of Phoenix; five at A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary. Memorial services for relatives and friends will bd held Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at 7(M W. Lynwood by the United Lepdge of Theosophlsts. Mrs. Wilcox, a musician, taught ' '""'"' —~In the Washington and Pender- , A „ ' . ( - - - 30 vears. She was a pharmacist. Surviving are a brother, Arthur of Safford and an aunt, Mrs. Grace Atwood of Long Beach. Burial will be itt Safford Cemetery. Gertrude Hendricks Graveside service for Gertrude Hendricks, 50, will be at 2 p.m. today in St. Francis Cemetery, 48th Street and Oak. Miss Hendricks, who died Tues day in a Phoenix hospital, lived at 1926 E. Apache. She came to Phoenix in 1918. Surviving are two brothers, •tomer of Stanton, 111., and Lynarc Hendricks of Burbank, Calif. grandchildren, grandchildren. and two great- Alberta Todd SAFFORD — Services for Al berta Todd, 49, who died in Long Beach, Calif., Tuesday, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Caldwell Funeral Home. The Rev. Eldon Tuck will officiate. A native of Safford, Miss Todd Walter Set For Tomorrow SCOTfSDALE — Sendees lot Adolph Walter, W, will be at. p.m. tomorrow in Messinger Mor tuary Chapel, 615 E. Indian Schoo The Rev. Johnston Calhoun wi' officiate. Burial will be in Chica 10 Mr. Walter died Wednesday lr Baptist Hospital here. Born it Lansing, Mich:, he lived in Scotts dale six years. Mr. Walter was a retired mas tef plumber. He is survived by his wife Alma H.; two sons, John A. o Wheaton, 111., and William o Scottsdale; three daughters, Mrs Adeline E. Warner of Scottsdale and Mrs. Harriet W. Pappas anc Mrs. Alma Ramsey, both of Westminister, Colo.; 12 grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. William Camp, 85, Dies, Spanish War Veteran . ___________ had lived in Long Beach the past arrangements. Friends may call from 10 a.m. o noon today at Northwest Mor- uary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Claude D. Tuder Services and burial for Claude 3. Tuder, 84, who died yesterday n his home, 2945 N. 19th Ave., vill be in Salisbury, Mo. Mr. Tuder had been a winter •isitor here during the past sev ral years. He was a retired alesman. He is survived by his wife, dabel, and two daughters, Elsie f Phoenix and Mrs. Charles Atins of Ccntralia, Mo. Arizona Funeral Home at 376 Third Ave., is in charge of Turnstile Bill Tickles British LONDON (AP) - A debate over penny turnstiles in women's lavoratories flooded the British House of Commons with laughter. Both Conservatives and Laborites are agreed that the turnstiles must go because they make life unnecessarily difficult for pregnant, plump or package- laden women. The conflict is over who's to get the credit. Red haired Laborite Barbara Castle claimed yesterday the Conservative government had tricked her out of raising the question so that it could be raised instead by Dame Irene Ward of the Conservative ranks. Determined not to let the Conservatives steal her thunder, Mrs. Castle put In a bill of her own to abolish the turnstiles. But the Conservatives will probabl beat her to the gate. Their bi was put down for debate April . hers April 26. Fund Suit Dismissed A proposed suit to recover stat funds allegedly diverted to a dis missed highway department fore nan, Arlei Maxwell, was calle off yesterday by Atty. Gen. Rob ert Pickrell. "It is our opinion that the sfat could not prosecute either a civi or a criminal case against Mr Maxwell," Pickrell said. Maxwell headed the mainte nance yards at Show Low Before he was fired by the State Highway way Commission last June. A state merit board hearing re- eived evidence that Maxwel sed state employes and state materials for his own benefit. The state alleged he owed nearly 2,000 and said he could either ay the money or face suit. In a letter yesterday to the highway commission, Pickrei: said his department had. completed investigation of Maxwell's case. "it is- our recommendation that the claim against Mr. Maxwell be dropped," Pickrell said. "Tha Investigative report, although justifying dismissal of Mr. Maxwell, contains indefinite statements by the witnesses interviewed . . . Documentary evidence, also, Is lacking in most cases." ~~. ,,«,»,., for William O. Camp, 85, a itischaftteal engineer Mf the Saftta Fe Railroad for 27 years and a SpaftlsMfteilcai! War Vet> eran, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moorfe and Soils Morto 333 W. Adams.- Chaplain Manuel J. Zaldivaf will officials, fhs Veterans of Foreign Wafs will conduct firave* side services at Greenwood Me^ mortal Plrfc Mr. C4»fc tan in Hope, Ark,, moved te Affeoaa to 1915 and to Phoenix to 1931, He campaigned two years fft th« Philippines duf. ing the SpafliskAftietlcaa War, Rltm Today For Cm^jdt Of Viet Nam He lived at 3S40 tJ. thbffiss. Me died yesterday in thfc Veterans Administration Hospital here. Friends may call after noon to» day at the mortuary. He is survived by his wife, Ruth W.; four daughters, Mrs. Roy Harrington of Phoenix, Mrs. Murray Tripp of Fruita, Colo., Mrs. Norma 'Evans of South Gate, alif., and Mrs. W. J. Perius of Yuma; a son, Lynn Camp of Willcox; 16 grandchildren, 23 great* grandchildren, and two sisters and two brothers, all out of state, William H. Holmes Rites for William H. Holmes, 66 will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Webber's Eastlake Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. He died Wednesday n a Phoenix hospital. The Rev. A. G. Kendrick will SHOW LdW^efVldes fof !Pfe loyd & Davis, 19, of Show Low will b« at 2 p.m. May i« th Church of JasiiS Christ of til Latter-day Saints hews, Capt, dakle? Summers of th Salvation Army will officials. fhi Veterani of Fofelga War will conduct graveside services a Show Low Cemetery. Private Davis, who was bom in Globe, was killed while serving as a gunner on a helicopter in Viet Nam March 21. He wa graduated from the high schoo in White River in 1962. He Is survived by his mother Mrs. Elsie Rose Gilbert of Show Low, and his father,,Floyd-E. of Big Piney, Wyo. Alcorn Mortuary In Holbrook i In charge of arrangements. ifficiate. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mr. Holmes, born in Natchez, ,a., moved here in 1943 from ,.ubbock, Tex. H e lived at 8Q3 S. Third Ave. Survivors include his wife Efie, and a daughter, Mrs. Gloria D. Franklin of Phoenix. Mr. Holmes was a member of le First Institutional Baptist hurch of Phoenix. Science Talks Slated at ASV TEMPE — Seminars in zoology and chemistry, open to the public, will be held at 3:40 p.m. Wednes day at Arizona State University What's the use of feeding your lawn if you end up with hungry roots? Dr. Norman H. Russell, ASU professor of botany, will discuss "Conceptual and'Operational Approaches in Biology" in Room 94 of the Life Sciences Center. "Surface-Bulk Properties and Electrical Measurements in Powdered Oxide Conductors" is the title of the chemistry seminar which will be conducted by Dr. Peter Fensham, of the University of Melbourne, in Room C-108 of the Physical Sciences Building. ,^^~ - •••••? • - . . .. - i- ....... .,«,*, • ....- * ., Rites to be Tomorrow For Charles Williams for Charles A. Williams, ?9,< of be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Messingef Mortuary, MS & |ev. William iBowier will officiate. Burial «ffl Vift<6fftB» Memorial Park. ' • . .„, Mf. Williams went te Avrt Valley near Tucson in 19M. He to Scottsdale nine years ago. A farmer, Mr. Williams was befrft to Fulton, Iftd. He was of the Metropolitan Bap tlst Chufch at fueson. Mr. Williams died Wednesday n Tucson, where he had been iving the past two years. He to survived by his wife, sldorado, a son, Gerald to. Wil* lams of Phoenix; a daughter, rfrs. Delorls Lange of Los Altos, Calif,; a brother, Ira of Alberta, Canada; and four grandchildren. New Haven Railroad Stock Trade Halted NEW. YORK (APHllie board f governors of the New York lock Exchange yesterday voted o suspend trading in the common tock and the 5 per cent Series A referred stock of the bankrupt tew York, New Haven and Hart- ord Railroad Co. $102 Billion WASHINGTON. (AP) « flit f* ,& temal Revenue Service yisst«rdayv;hv! reported ft collected f lAlMftp \% "00 in taxes last year, , ; .J2" Individual taxpayers for $6S,3?7,533,W)0 of thfe total. Corporation income taxes ac^*'^ counted for the second latgt,«*> amount of cash, $21,846,608,000., ^ Of the individual taxes collect^-<^ ed, $48,891,395,000 was withheld. Included in the withholdings were old age^ and'disability insurance :-g taxes; • • ' • '•-'.'• •,. J\ Estate, gift and excise taxes contributed $15,242,111,000. Railroad retirement and > unem-*. j ployment insurance' taxes, 'not iii- eluded in the total, amounted to $577,780iOOO and ; $480,110,000, spectjvely. 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