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Wednesday, May 8, 1963
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54 the Afiz&fia Republic Phoenfs, L, "" v -'.>L MAIL Obituaries 1711 ^ Anthony (^Connor, County Official^ Dies "Anthony F. O'Connor, 64, a deputy assessor for Maricopa County 12 years and a deputy county recorder for six years, died yesterday in his home, 2323 E. Moreland. V Mr. O'Connor also had been ac tiVe in the Democratic party in Maricopa County since moving here from California 32 years ago. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, Council 1189 in Phoenix. He was born in Nebraska. Woodruii Rites Set William B. Woodruff, 70, Rosary will be at S p.m. tomorrow in Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave. Requiem High Mass will be at 9 a.m. Friday in. St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1954 N. 24th St. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. He is survived by his wife, Esther R.; five sisters, Mrs. M. E. Smith of Long Beach, Calif., Mrs. William J. Shields of Los Angeles, and Nellie, Agnes, and Catherine O'Connor, all of Omaha, Neb.; and a brother, Frank T. O'Connor of Hollywood, Calif. Belle Sessom DUNCAN — Services for Mrs. Belle Sessom, 87, an Arizona resi- ANTHONY F. O'CONNOR Long in Public Service John C. Lincoln Hospital. Services will be at 3:30 p.m.j tomorrow in the Sunnyslope chapel of Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Seventh St. The Rev. Jerome Trelstad will officiate. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Memorial Park. Mr. Woodruff was born in St. Louis, Mo. He lived at 121 E. Alice. He is survived by his wife, Alice;, two sons, William and Martin, both of Phoenix; three daughters, Thelma Frederick of St. Louis, Mrs. Vivien Hoffman of; Granite City, 111., and Laura Frederick of Carrollton, Mo.; two brothers and four sisters, all of St; Louis; and three grandchildren. Emma P. Cabeen MIAMI — Mrs. Emma Pauline Cabeen, 87, a resident of Little Acres 19 years, died Monday in a Globe hospital. Mrs. Cabeen. a piano teacher The Rev. Harry Leland will officiate. Mrs. Sessom, a native of San Antonio, Tex., died Monday in her home. She had lived here since 1926. Surviving are a son, Louis Tomerlin of Morenci, and four grandchildren. Burial will be in Duncan Cemetery. Melvin C. Boldrey Services for Melvin C. Boldery, 34, who was killed by a car in Phoenix Sunday, will be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Hansen's Sunnyslope Chapel, 8314 N. Seventh St. The Rev. J. Douglas Gaston will officiate. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Memorial Park. Mr. Boldrey, born in Newton, 111., moved here 10 years ago. He lived at 2032 W. Denton, and was a meat cutter. He was a member of the Sunny- moved to Little Acre to liv her daughter. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Freitag of Little Acres, and two nieces and three nephews, all in California. Funeral services will be held in Glendale, Calif., Friday. Survivors include his wife, Helen; two sons, Joel and Dean, and two daughters, Judith and Brenda, all of Phoenix; his mother, Mrs. Opal Boldrey of Elgin, III.; and three brothers, Francis of Phoenix, Kennith of Memphis, Tenn., and Donald of Elgin. Instructor Succumbs TEMPE—James Arthur Sniffer, 76, a shop instructor at Phoenix Indian School for 20 years, died yesterday in his Tempe home. Mr. Shiffer moved to Phoenix in 1919 from Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and to Tempe 16 years ago. He had been a cabinet worker and teacher most of his life. He was a defense worker at Litchfield Park during World War II. Mr. Shiffer was a member of the First Methodist Church at Tempe. He was born in Tipton, Iowa. Survivors include his wife. May H.; two daughters, Mrs. May Louise Fletcher of Phoenix and Mrs. Marie B. Lukavics of Scottsdale and four grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Carr Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. David Deshler officiating. Burial will be in East Resthaven Park. Clyde A. Bryan Rites for Clyde A. Bryan, 52, a native of Ray who died Saturday in Phoenix, will be at 10 a.m. today in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. today in Citizens Cemetery at Flagstaff. Mr. Bryan had been a parts manager for construction and mining supply companies in Arizona. He moved to Phoenix eight years ago and resided at 6705 N. 33rd Ave. Frank ^illiams, Noted As Little League Coach Weather Data MOON PHASfS O C • D Pull May I SAGDAD^-Sefvtces fof Frank Dean Williams, 49, who coached the first Arizona State Little League championship team, will be at 2 p.m. today W the American Lutheran Church at Prescott. The ftev. Ray Krohnberger will officiate. Mr. Williams, a native of Wellman, towa, died Sunday in his home here. A resident of Arizona 30 years, Mr. Williams had been a crane operator for Bagdad Copper Co. the past 11 years. Previously, he was a miner 15 years. He was a member of the Lions Club and was active in the Prescott Little League. Waclaw Krzywotios Rosary for Waclaw Krzywonos, 73, a retired tailor who moved here six years ago from Chicago, will be at 7:30 p.m. today in Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave. Reqrtiem High Mass will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. Theresa's Catholic Church, 5045 E. Thomas. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Mr. Krzywonos, born in Poland, died here Sunday. He had been a member of the Paderewski Choir tere. He is survived by his wife, Helena; a son, Eugene of Glenview, 111.: a daughter, Mrs. Adele Ziobra of Chicago; five sisters and three brothers, all out > of state; two grandchildren, and a great-grandchild. Winifrerl R. Neff Miy U Sun, Moon Data my Dean, Gerald F., and Ronald; Ross, all of Bagdad; a sister, j Mrs. Blanche Vaughn, of Sanj six brothers, Russell,] i III. John, and Ross Jr., all of Prescott, Vaughn of Humboldt, Mike of Bagdad, and Billy of Mayer. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Wroblewske Rites Friday PR-ESCOTT-Paul C. Wroblew- ske, 64, a retired machinist with 30 years' service with the Union Pacific Railroad, died yesterday in the Veterans Administration Hospital at Whipple. Mr. Wroblewske, a native of , Ashton, Neb., had lived here thei dav about 68 - h 'gh " ea r 102. past four years. He was a -mem- ARIZONA Statewide Partly cloudy in north portion through tonight. Mostly fair with variable high cloudiness in south portion. Southwesterly winds 18-30 mph in west and north portions j late this morning through this af- 'ternoon with gusts up to 40 mph over higher terrain. Not quite as warm in west and north portions this afternoon. Lows 40-55 in mountains and 55-70 elsewhere. Highs 75-90 at higher elevations and up to 105 in lower southern deserts. South Central Phoenix, Salt River and Casa Grande valleys — Mostly fair with some variable high cloudiness through tonight. Not much change in temperatures. Phoenix low to- Lowest same date during last fiSiJackson, years, 45 deg. Jacksonville Excess in temperature yesterday> Juneau IS deg. [Kansas City Excess in temperature since May Lds v egas 1, 43 deg. Littlc Rock Excess in temperature since jari.' Los , An ? elc » I, 167 deg. I Louisville Total precipitation last 24 hours, 0 in. Total precipitation since May 1, 0 in. i total precipitation since Jan 1, 2.34 in. Average precipitation Jan. 1 to date, 2.63 in. Deficiency of precipitation since Jan. 1, .29 in. Total solar radiation on May 6, 696 langleys. Temperature and precipitation data for the 24 hours ended at 5 p.m. yesterday. ber of the Elks Lodge, Veterans Southeast, East Central Douglas and Sulphur Springs °[ r°. r 5il n :.^ a t?:,l nd Internation -| Valley. Globe-Miami area - Fair jwith some high cloudiness through tonight. Douglas low 57, high 88; Bisbee low 59, high 84; Globe low 56, high 92. al Machinists Union. Surviving are his wife, Valdia; a son, Paul of Cheyertne, Wyo.; a brother, Tony of Casper, Wyo.; four sisters, Mrs. Sophie Seabeck of Ashland, Neb., Mrs. Theresa Stobbe of Grand Island, Neb., Mrs. Lucille Mortz of Baton Rouge, La., and Kate of David City, Neb. Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Widmer Mortuary. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the Whipple VA chapel. Burial will be in the VA Cemetery. Northwest Buckeye Carefree Coolidge Cottonwood Douglas Flagstaff Ft. Huachuca Gila Bend Grand Canyon Kingman Maverick McNary Nogales ARIZONA H 108 98 103 87 76 84 108 79 Page Parker Payson PHOENIX Prescott Safford Springervillp Tucson Winslow Vuma Friends may call at the mortu- IS. High 29, low 15. Kingman and vicinity — Partly cloudy through tonight. Windy and cooler. Kingman low 62, high 86. Shippers' Information No protection is necessary. ThiS| is the last shipping forecast for| Alhar| y. N Y - j Albuquerque Amarillo ~ , . .,. „. .. .Anchorage Relative humidity, Phoenix Air-| Asncv j|| e port: 5 a.m. 29, 11 a.m. 18, 5 this season. Station Data SCOTTSDALE — Mrs. Winifrediary from 6 p.m. today until serv- Highest temperature yesterday, Rose Neff, 70, a resident here'ice time Friday. ' ' four years, died yesterday in her William D. Riepe home, 7552 E. Coolidge. Mr. Neff, bom in Minnesota, moved here from Berea, Ohio. She was a member of Ascension Lutheran Church here. Services will be at 2 p.m. to- 101 FLAGSTAFF—Services for William D. Riepe, 5, who was killed Monday when a car toppled on him while he was playing in a junkyard, will be at 10 a.m. today Lutheran morrow in Messinger Mortuary,) in Mount Calvary 515 E. Indian School,. Scottsdale. i Church here. Cremation will follow. j The Rev. Robert Hartman will Paul L. Baumgartner, pastor of officiate. Ascension Lutheran Church, will Surviving are his parents, Mr. officiate. and Mrs. George Riepe Jr.; a She is survived by her bus- hr °ther, Jeffrey; and/ a sister, band, Arthur J. Neff; a son, Ed-! phvllis . a " of Flagstaff; his ma- ward B. of Scottsdale; three| ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. daughters, Mrs. Betty M. Jones iFrc d Hoxhall of Holbrook, Neb.; 1105 deg. Highest same date last year, deg. Highest same date during last 68 years, 105 deg. Lowest temperature yesterday, 70 deg. Lowest same date last year, 63 deg. Jerry Williams PRESCOrr—Services for , u ,r u Wil " a ™- *• «* , . Monday in and Mrs. Ruth K. Lewis, both of Scottsdale, and Mrs. Winifred E. Luce of Maricopa; and seven grandchildren. and his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Riepe Sr., of Arapahoe, Neb. Burial will be in Arapahoe, Neb. the Veterans Administration Hospital at Whipple, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the VA chapel. Burial of the El Mirage resident will be in the VA Cemetery. There are no known survivors. Billings Birmingham Bismarck Blythe Boise Boston Brownsville Buffalo Casper Charelston, S.C. Charleston, W.Va. Chicago Cincinnati Cleveland j Columbus, O. I Denver iDes Moines Detroit Duluth El Paso Fairbanks Fort Worth Galveston Helena Honolulu Indianapolis 91 106 87 105 Sfi 93 82 96 91 105 United States 68 83 85 •18 82 M 7(1 85 84 107 67 73 79 64 83 75 79 83 75 70 74 8R 80 75 82 84 43 84 81 74 80 79 L 59 74 66 56 62 40 60 69 43 58 M 43 5) 58 67 48 70 53 62 52 73 56 66 39 •«! 53 38 52 58 50 57 51 88 52 45 67 43 50 65 45 54 42 39 41 57 58 47 44 53 34 62 69 47 70 50 Pcpn Memphis Miami Beach Midland, Tex. Milwaukee Mpis-St. Paul Needles New Orleans New York North Piatte Oklahoma City Omaha Philadelphia Pittsburgh Portland, Me. Portland, Ore. Raleigh Rapid City Reno — Richmond — St. Louis — Salt Lake City — San Antonio — San Diego — St. Ste. Marie — Seattle — Shreveport — Spokane — Tampa-St. Ptrsbg. — Washington - Wichita — Calgary — Edmonton — Montreal — Ottawa — Regina — Toronto — | Winnipeg —j Vancouver —(Chihuahua Ensehada _ Guaymas _!La Paz Monclova _ Tnrreon 92 50 tt 94 84 79 79 83 83 82 79 92 105 8? 77 90 83 82 72 71 69 58 76 88 67 76 83 7« 84 75 59 60 86 48 85 76 84 Canada 47 56 63 63 68 70 70 56 Mexico 79 74 90 88 77 f} *» 64 41 - 70 -58 49 - 87 55 46 58 7ft M .14 59 60 59 49 39 41 47 55 53 59 50 51 58 62 58 30 46 62 43 64 55 61 38 30 41 41 40 40 50 39 60 46 70 52 57 44 .37 .07 .30 .01 .58 .01 .11 _ Legal Advertising ~'~ .11 _ AGRICULTURE. AGRICULTURAL RE_ SEARCH SERVICE, OFFICE OF THE ADMINISTRATOR. Notlcu Is hereby 9 lv- — en that the emulations In 9 CFR Part 83. restricting the Interstate movement of livestock and certain doos because of screwworms, have been revised, effectiv» April 24, 1943, (I) to give notice that screwworms usually exist In Arizona, California and Puerto Rico throughout the year and that there Is reason to be- Hove they may exist In the District of Columbia and all other States (except Alaska, Hawaii, and the free areas consisting of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Mississippi, and South Carolina) from May 1 throuah November 30 Of each — year; (2) to regulate Interstate move— 'men! of livestock and certain doos Into I or through the free areas, or Into or — i through eradication areas consisting of the States of Arkansas, Louisiana. 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