Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1967 · Page 33
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 33

Phoenix, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 4, 1967
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20 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Tiies., April 4. 1967 James Forman, 66; Ex-A iResearch A ide James W. Forman, 66, retired superintendent of maintenance for AiResearch, died Sunday in his home at 2601 E. Phelps. Mr. Forman had been a resident of Phoenix since 1908. He had served on the board of deacons of Central Methodist Church and more recently the board at Cross in the Desert Methodist Church. William G. Moss GLOBE—?"uneral services for William G. Moss, 40, a Bisbee native who was shot to death late Sunday near his car on the Apache Trail, will be at 4;30 p.m. tomorrow in Mile Mortuary Chapel, Miami. Burial will be in Final Cemetery. Mr. Moss moved to Miami 38 years ago and was graduated Virginia Aguilar TOLLESON—Rosary for Mrs. Virginia M. Aguilar, 76, who died Sunday in Phoenix Memorial Hospital, will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Maryvale Chapel, 6901 W. Indian School, Phoenix. Mass of Requiem will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Blessed Sacrament Catholic C h u r ch. from Miami High school in 1944. Burial will be in Glendale Me- He had resided at San Manuel morial Cemetery, for 14 years and recently re- Mrs. Aguilar, 9167 W. Polk, He operated a milk route for his late father who owned the turned to Miami. He was a mem- was born in Mexico and lived in Ray before moving hero 40 years ago. Survivors include a son, Mike of Superior; two daughters, Mrs. Teresa Villa and Mrs. Lidia Chavira, both of Tolleson; four sisters, Mrs. Rita Sapien and Mrs. Ghana Espinoza, both of Tolleson; Mrs. Jesus Sandoval of Phoenix and Mrs. Maria Sandoval of Kearny; a brother, Pe- any Mr. 6123 bert 32, old Aztec Dairy Co. in the early _ jfc****^,,, days of Phoenix. ^jPfffff||^ HIS CAREER with AiResearch iBBSF ' v ' % - $Wk started in 1943 and he retired »p^ •' •'jf in August 1965. From 1945 to IIP' * 1951 he left AiResearch and f^ was a building contractor in |||.. Phoenix. ji^B^ ^^Bfr J^fr.-^ ^•yEf^rflfc JiFSi' Wlile at AiResearch he was 'JMyr ^ T~~^f recogn^ed by the firm for sav- jpKpr-- ^ x - "I ing the life of an employe Hill ' > .yl^fc....J\,. I whose clothes had caught fire. ^Eii M^Sl^te? «fe ^ ie man t " ec ^ to run awa y anc ^HB| °***£SK&**' J^l Mr. Forman caught him anc ^^•kV "••' Jjjj^l extinguished the flames. ^^^Hy|^ ta ^^ > '^^^l Mr. Forman attended Creigh^^^^^^^••pr ^^H {.on Elementary School and was ^^^^^^MV 1^1 g ra duated from Phoenix Union ^^^^^^Bim !• High School. He was born in ^^^^^^^L V McFall, Mo. ^^^^^^^^ 1 SERVICES WILL be at 2 p.m. •^^^^^^^•^^^^ * tomorrow in Arizona Funera JAMES W. FORMAN Home. 376 N. Third Ave. The Maintenance Superintendent Kenneth A. Vencill Services for Kenneth A. Ven- 1, who had been a student at ashington High School, will be 1 p.m. in Grimshaw's Bethy Chapel, 710 W. Bethany me. Kenneth was fatally injured nday in an auto accident in oenix. He died early yester- y in Doctors Hospital. He was member of the Boy Scouts in ; Roosevelt Council here. Born Los Angeles, he was brought Phoenix in 1951. survivors include his parents, •. and Mrs. Dwight Vencill, 3 N. 19th Ave.; his grand- rents, Mr. and Mrs. Arnil tson of Riverside, Calif., and seph Vencill of Phoenix and s. Mabel Parker of Fresno, if. "riends may call at the mor- ry after 5 p.m. today. Burial 1 be in Inglewood, Calif. Herbert E. Hatter AFFORD— Services for Her- •t E. Hatter, 79, who died turday in the Tucson VA Hos- al will be at 10 a.m. tomor- w in Calwell Chapel of the llpir nicy. Graveside services will be nducted by Swift Murphy Post American Legion, and Manic Lodge 16 in Safford Ceme- • Mr. Hatter was a retired emist. He was born in Brad•d, Ohio. He was a veteran of jrld War I, having served in ance. He came to Arizona in 1929 and Dved from Phoenix to Safford 1940. He owned and operated 5 Klondike Store and two cop- r mines in the Klondike area fore retiring in 1953 and re- •ning to Safford in 1963. Mr. Hatter had been an active ember of the Masonic lodge r the past 52 years and was a ember of the American Lc- lon and the Veterans of For- gn Wars. He is survived by his wife ane. Rev. Ralph Smith will officiate. Friends may call at the mortuary from noon to 8 p.m. today. Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery, Teempe. Survivors include his wife, Alpha; a son, James T. of Mira- Loma, CaJif.; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Winders of Kent, Wash., Mrs. Betty Peters oi Scottsdale; two sisters, Mrs. C. J. Shoup of Phoenix, Mrs. Alice Britton of San Diego; a brother, Henry T. of Phoenix; and 10 grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to Cross in the Desert Methodist Church. Grace Moran MESA — Mrs. Grace Douglas Moran, 81, who moved here 25 years ago from her native West- 2rly, R.I., died Sunday in her lome, 254 S. Mesa Drive. Friends may call from 1 to 9 ).m. today in A. L. Moore and sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams, Phoenix. Services and burial will be in Westerly. A flo jirtVif ot* AAfQ C\ TVA "R uV\i vlduglllcl j- IVllo. W. J.V1. XvdUl" taille of Scottsdale; a son, LeRoy Moran of Westerly; and five grandchildren survive. Barbara Poeth Mass of Requiem for Mrs. Barbara Poeth, 83, will be saic at 9 a.m. today in Sacred Heart Home Chapel, 1110 N. 16th St. Mrs. Poeth died Sunday at her home. She formerly resided at 1509 N. 46th St. She was born in Colorado and moved to Phoenix three years ago. A son, John, survives. Burial will be in Elma, Wash., Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home announced. All Roofing is NOT ALIKE Before You Buy Get The Facts For Information Without Obligation CALL 252-6434 Universal Remodelers & Roofers Inc. jer of the San Manuel Elks j jodge and a 32nd-degree Mason j n the Tucson Consistory. He was a charter member of c Temple Lodge 51, F. and A.M., ' San Manuel, and was one of ( ;he founders of the Presbyte- 5 rian Church there. He was a I scoutmaster in the Catalina 1 Council and a veteran of World ( War II and of the Korean War. Surviving are his wife, Glo- , ria; two sons, William G. Jr., . and John, all of Globe, and his mother and stepfather, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Venner of Miami. Friends may call at Miles Mor- i tuary from 4 until 9 p.m. to- i day. i 1 J. W. Needham c SAFFORD — Funeral services ] For a former employe of the Saf- j ford Valley Cotton Growers Coop, James William Needham, 64, ^ who died in a Phoenix hospital Saturday, will be at 1 p.m. to-morrow in the Caldwell Chapel ' of the Valley. Burial will be in Safford Cem- < etery. ? Mr. Needham was born in Tennessee. He moved to Safford in 1952. I He is survived by three sons, j 3illy and Ralph of Amarillo, j Tex.; and Lloyd who is serving • n the Navy with the Pacific , fleet. | Bert Nasby BYLAS — Services for Bert ^asby, 77, who died at his home Thursday, wil be at 2 p.m. today n the Bylas Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Burial will be in Bylas Community Cemetery. Mr. Nasby was born on the old San Carlos Indian Reserva;ion. He worked for the railroad in his youth and then was employed on the reservation as an irrigation worker. He is survived by two sons, Tony and Jon, and one daughter, Mrs. Happy Moses, all of Bylas. Friends may call at his home until service time. TOP IT OFF! With THE ESQUIRE For Men Or A Lovely Ladies Hairpiece See These Quality Pieces Now At GREENWOOD WIGS 3301 E. Ind. SCh. Rd. 277-8000 1 f OPEA dro Martinez grandchildren. of Cashion; 18 and 24 great- Oliver Brunner Services for Oliver Brunner, 44, an Army veteran of World War II, will be at 3 p.m. today in Webber and Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Mr. Brunner, 606 S. 18th St., died Wednesday in a Phoenix hospital. Born in Griffin, Okla., he moved to Phoenix in 1926. Survivors include his wife, Willie; a son, Kenneth of California; a brother, Oscar of! 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