Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 31, 1968 · Page 99
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Obituaries Mote Obituaries On Pages fi- 1 ?, B*13 And CM Mrs. Emma S. Clark, 92, In Arizona for 58 Years DOUGLAS — Funeral services for MfS. Emma S. Clark, 92, an Arizona resident since 1910 who died Friday at Bell's Lodge Nursing Home in Phoenix, will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday ift the Episcopal Church here. Mrs. Clark, who resided in Phoenix at 725 E. Ocotilfo, came to Douglas in 1910 and moved to Phoenix 12 years ago. She was a native of O'Claire, Wis. She was the widow of Harry A. Clark, manager of the Phelps Dodge operations in Douglas and Bisbce until his death in 1938. be in Douglas Burial will Cemetery. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Donald C. Scott of Phoenix, Mrs. Lillian C. Vhv son of Tucson and Mrs. Harriette Pernell of Chula Vista, Calif.; two sons, D. D. of Lynwood, Calif., and George D. of Houston; five grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. Merrit Victor BYLAS — Services for Merrit Victor, 86, a cattleman, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Our Savior's Luther.an Church in Bylas. Mr. Victor, a native of Bylas, died Friday in a Phoenix hospital. He had been a cattleman all his life and before his retirement worked on cattle ranges in central Arizona. He is survived by a son, Tennison of Bylas; two daughters, Mrs. Calvin Kindelay of Bylas and Mrs. Charles Aday of Peridot, and 20 grandchildren. Burial will be in the Bylas Cemetery. Friends may call at the Tennison Victor home from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday and 8 a.m. until service time Wednesday. Arrangements were made by the Safford Funeral Home. Viva M. Byrne GLOBE—Mrs. Viva M. Byrne, 73, a resident of this area since 1912 and a native of Bisbee, died Friday in Gila General Hospital. Mrs. Byrne had worked as a cook at Roosevelt Lake Lodge and Apacheland Cafe. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow at Miles Mortuary, Miami, with burial in Final Cemetery. Friends may call from 2 to 4 p.m. today at the mortuary. She is survived by two sons, Thomas of Globe and Dr. H. J. Byrne of 'North Hollywood, Calif.; two brothers, William Petersen of Inspiration and Charles Petersen of Phoenix; a sister out of state; six grandchildren, and 12 great-grandchildren. Noble K.Gill DOUGLAS — Funeral service for Noble K. Gill, 43, a native of Arizona who was killed Thursday in a mine accident in Bisbee, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Grace Methodist Church here. Mr. Gill, who had lived in Douglas for 14 years, was born in Phoenix and lived in Prescott before moving to Douglas. Burial will be in Calvary Memorial Park. Friends may call today at Brown and Page Mortuary. Mr. Gill is survived by his wife, Edna; three sons, Harold of Flagstaff and Kenneth and Benjamin, both of Douglas; his father, John Gill of Phoenix; four brothers, Ed and Branch of Flagstaff, Ben of San Francisco, and Bob of Cottonwood; and three sisters, Mrs. Freida Gromer of Phoenix, Mrs. Ona Peterson of Tempe and Mrs. Mary Allen of Scottsdale. Joseph T. Wood Services for Joseph Thomas Wood, 92, a retired farmer, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback. Mr. Wood, 1010 E. Campbell, died Thursday in his home. He was born in Sebree, Ky., and came to Phoenix 25 years ago. He is survived by his wife Bertha; nine grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Memorial Park. Andy Nofttiati MOftENCl—Services for Andy Norman, 48, who died yesterday in his home here, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Bylas. Burial will be in the Bylas Black Point Cemetery. Born in San Carlos, Mf. Norman moved to Morenci 22 years ago to work for Phelps Dodge topper Corp. He had been em- cloyed there since. He was an ArMy veteran of World War II and a member of the Anchor Seven Cattleman's Association of San Carlos. Survivors include his wife, Jennie; his mother, Mrs. Minnie Norman of San Carlos; two brothers, Stanton and Ernpy Norman, 'and three sisters, Mrs. Margie Dean, Mrs. Dovie Talk- alie and Mrs. Eleanor Salter, all of San Carlos; and a sister, Mrs. Sarina Norris of Phoenix. Friends may call at the Lewallen Mortuary in Clifton from 3 to 8 p.m. today, or at the Family home in Bylas after noon Friday. Clyde King Services and burial will be in Boulder, Utah, for Clyde King, 63, a winter visitor here for eight years who died Friday in his home at 17437 N. 21st St. Mr. King, a native of Escalante, Utah, was a retired cattle rancher and resided permanently in Boulder. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, the Utah Cattlemen's Association and the National Livestock Association. He is survived by five daughters, Mrs. Geraldine Shurtz and Mrs. Ann Reynolds of Phoenix, Mrs. Marjorie Griffin and Mrs. LaRae Roundy of Las Vegas, and Mrs. Linda Bongiorno of Burbank, Calif.; two sisters out of state, and 11 grandchildren. Georgia Morrow Mrs. Georgia Morrow, 79, of 711 W. Vernon, died yesterday at St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Morrow was born in West Virginia and moved to Phoenix 18 years ago from Wyoming. She was a member of the Elks Emblem Club and St. Gregory's Church. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today at Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave. Funeral Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Gregory's, 3426 N. 18th Ave Burial will follow in St. Francis Cemetery. Survivors include two sisters out of state. Sunday Crossword Puzzle Copr. '68 Crn'l TentniM Corp. Br Beri Beaman ACROSS 1 Circuit. 6 Bak«ry products. 11 Grape residue*. 16 Kitty. 19 King, queen, rtc. 20 Circumvent. 21 Slanted. 22 Chemical suffix. 23 With 65 and 113 Across, quote br 57 Down: 5 words. 26 S«* 97 Down. 27 W*tch face. 28 Lakes. 29 Races. 30 Period. 31 Shaggy l>«ast. 32 Game. 33 Seven . 34 OkJahoma city. 36 Oar fulcrum. 38 Circus performer. 40 Correspond, 43 Comvive. 45 Ancient unit of length. •17 Ruler. <19 Location*. 50 French seasons. .11 Kimi ot soap. 53 up. 54 "I cannot tell :" 2 word*. 55 Kurt Baum, for one. 57 Squire. 59 Woman's name. 60 By night: Prefix. 6t Protest. 63 Fabric. 65 See 23 Across: 5 word*. 72 Kind of oxide. 73 Reddish color. 74 Usod with a, holt. 75 Collar. 78 Soil. 80 Pun?s. 82 Mediterranean port. 83 Conceits. 85 Evil. 86 Farm equipment. 87 Take in. 89 Soothsayer. 91 Have to; i 2 words. 93 European capital. 94 Legendary heroine. 95 Sea bird*. 97 Minority. 98 Abominable snowman. 100 Limit*. 101 Dyeing equipment. 103 Oklahoma farming center. 106 July 4, for instance. 106 Japanese American. 110 Past: Arch. 111 _ . the man. 112 Timetable abbreviation. 113 See 23 Across: 4 words. 116 Across: Prefix. 117 Velvet. 118 Se« 110 Down. 119 Overact. 120 Mount. 121 Dog _ . 122 Sheperd: French. 123 Baseball term. DOWN 1 Somewhat sour. 2 Notorious group. 3 Make frieivds: 3 words. 4 Verse. 5 Mao _ -tung. 6 Look lively I 7 Prevent. 8 Cowsheds, 9 Summer drinks. 10 Seminary: Abbr. 11 ___ of (foulfd up) : 3 words. Army 12 2 words. 13 Break. 14 Cessation. 15 Steamer: Abbr. 16 Illusion: 2 words. 17 Perfume. 18 Pour. 24 Most timeworn. 25 Forward. 30 Clemenceau'* n'icknaone. 32 Washington sight. 33 Stations: Abbr. 35 Pile. 37 Nonconformist. 39 Announced, 41 This: Spanish. 42 To be: Latin. 43 Beautiful birds. 44 Girl of song. 4.1 Market. 46 Roman playwright. 48 Eel. 50 Fetter. 52 Charges. 56 Judge. 57 See 23 Across. 58 Blueprint abbreviation. 62 White House nickname. 64 Country places. 66 Bill. 67 Divinp bird*. 6R Troubled. 69 Magic words. 70 Italian commune. 71 Slone slaK 75 Knots of a sort. 76 Tourist's mecca in India. 77 Pitfall: 2 words. 79 Takes possession of again. 81 More rugged. 84 Revel. 86 Show disapproval. 88 Austronesian language. 90 "Harry th« 92 Corpsman. 96 Take to heart. 97 Heroine of 26 Across. 99 "First , ...:" 2 -words. 101 Cause. 102 Be attracted to: 2 words. 104 Noted poet. 105 Choler, 106 Art style. 107 Seed covering. 109 , time: 2 words. 110 With 118 Across, Anatolia. 111 Partially: Prefix. 113 Choose. 11-1 Baseball official: Slang, 115 — air. 16 22 26 17 18 Solution On Page.A-lo Phoftflk, Sumlay, "fe BY BOYS AND 2DITED BY EDNA LEVlNE VOL. 13:50 March 31, 1068 PRICE: FREE WITH THE BIG REPUBLIC To Do This Puzzle, Great Pains Please Take Help Twins Cure The Sad World's Headache! By EDNA LEVINS W HEN ROY and Rita, the Republic twins, stopped in to see Grandpa Puzzle on their way home from Sunday School this morning, they found him in his study. He was sitting at his desk, with a huge poster in front of him. "This is a new Lucky Stars Puzzle," Grandpa explained. "My friend, Peter Puzzlemaker, Chief Puzzle- maker at the Court of Queen Titania of Fairyland, sent it to us by Elf Rocket Express from the Moon this morning. GRANDPA TOOK A clean handkerchief out of his pocket, wiped his spectacles carefully and then went on: "It seems all the Moon Folk are greatly worried because our Old Earth has such a headache. Peter thinks our world has a hidden hunger — it needs something in its diet to sweeten its system. "So Peter Puzzlemaker, who is a great student of the stars, made up this Lucky Stars Puzzle for us. "Peter says if we can solve it the answer will cure our old world's headache, all the deserts will bloom, •there will be enough food for everybody and all the peoples of the Earth will enjoy living on this planet." GRANDPA PUZZLE reached into his pocket and drew out a sheet of paper with the puzzle clues written on it. "It's too hard for us," said Roy and Rita, after they had studied the Lucky Stars Puzzle a few moments. Can YOU help the twins? A picture of the Lucky Stars poster and the Clues are published exclusively on this page today. * * * Prizes Twenty surprise prizes will be awarded for the 20 most original, neatest, most nearly correct answers to the Lucky Stars Puzzle. Only one prize will be sent to each winner. Decorate your answer any way you choose. Color it with paints or crayons if you wish, or make pen or pencil drawings or picture cutouts. Maybe you have another idea for making your answer interesting. Or, just fill in the spaces very neatly. Neatness counts. The contest closes at noon next Saturday, April fi. Begin Your Answer Now! * * * A priie book will b« awarded for the most interesting letter on "Clev.r Pets." Perhaps you have • smart horso or pony, a clever kitten, • dog that can do tricks, i bright bird, a pet turtle, goldfish, or tome white mice. Write us about y*"r pets. PRIZE LETTER My dog's name is Susie. Susie won a little cup at the East Flag Kids Day parade. When we go hunting she stands by the gun and jumps. Susie is al brown. She has a short tail. She can open the door by herself. ERNIE GRIEGO, age 10 2808 N. First St., Flagstaff, Ariz. THE BIRD For Christmas we got my mother a canary. At first it sang beautifully. Then it didn't sing. So we went to an aviary and got her another. We kept that one a week, then returned it because it didn't sing. The owner of the aviary traded it for another, and now our house is filled with music, for this canary sings and sings! NANCY WOOD, age 13 3007 E. St. John's Road, Phoenix * + * BRONCO We got a new puppy named Bronco. He is a Bedlington Terrier. He is eight weeks old. Bronco chews everything, especially our other dog's tail! Our other dog, Caliche, growls at Bronco every time the puppy bites his tail, Caliche's tail is big and fluffy. That's probably why the puppy bites it. SUSAN HAHN, age 10 119 E. Loma Lane, Phoenix « * » TWO PETS We have a cat and a dog. The cat is named Peaches. The dog is Tippy. Tippy is a Beagle. He snaps at our cat, but our Peaches doesn't do anything to him. When our cat was sick Tippy didn't bother her. I guess he was sorry for her. Tippy is really a good dog. ELLEN HERRING, age 11, 410 E. Geneva Drive, Tempe, Ariz. A set of paper dills will M awarded each week for the most Interesting letter on Dolly Fashltns. Tell how you would like to have your Dolly dressed) real or make-believe. Keep yeur letter short — 100 words or less will do. PRIZE LETTER This morning my doll, Mary Ann, woke up, ate breakfast and got dressed in her plaid jumper and white blouse. She was going to her piano lesson. After her lesson she came home and put on her skating outfit. She was going to the Roller Rink. She skated for a long time. When she grew tired of skating she had her lunch. An hour after her lunch she went swimming. She had a grand time. Soon it was supper time. After she ate she went to the movies. She went to the "Sound of Music." When the movie was over she came home, put on her PJ's and went right to sleep. She had along, fun day! DONNA REED, age 11 2245 W. Greenway Road, Phoenix 23 * » * FAVORITE DOLL Although I have long since stopped playing with dolls, I have always had a picture in my mind of my Barbie doll walking down the aisle in a beautiful, white satin wedding gown, trimmed with delicate lace with little pearl rosettes, topped with a beautiful pearl crown veil, and carrying a bouquet of roses. Perhaps my dream will come true someday—for ME! GUY ANNE VAN LANDINGHAM, age 13, Rt. 1, Box 69, Buckeye, Ariz. « * » MV DOLL 1 have a doll. She is a Barbie and is very pretty. Tonight she is going to a hockey game with her boy friend. Barbie is going to wear a pah 1 of blue slacks and a white and blue checked blouse, a two tone blue sweater, blue high heels and a white hat. Her boy friend is going to wear dark green jeans and a lighter colored shirt, a brown coat and hat, also brown boots. They are going to leave at 8 o'clock sharp and 1 hope they have a good time. MARY MULLINS, age I!) 1 /. 3807 W,- Sheridan St., Phoenix Clues rpHERE ARE five mixed up words in today's Lucky -I Stars Puzzle. Find each correct word and write it in the spaces marked for it. (It is a good idea to unscramble each word on a piece of paper before you write it on the puzzle. This will keep your answer neat.) Each correct word has a letter marked with a star. There are five star letters. Make a word of these star letters. Write it in the spaces marked "Answer Here." You will find this word is your puzzle answer. Copyright 1968, Edna Levin* -*•*•*• Jingle Jangles LITTLE GEORGE Little George said to his Dad Early one day: "I think that I have wronged you "And I'm sorry to say, "I cut the cherry tree down "Down to the ground!" Said his Dad, "Don't worry about the tree, "We'll buy another one in town; "You told the TRUTH today, "That makes me very happy!" * * * From Fort Huachuca, Ariz., JOANN PORTERFIELD, age 13, sent this note along with her correct puzzle answer: "Dear Editor: Thank you for putting these articles in the newspaper. This is the first paper I know of that puts this type of articles in it. All papers should do it!" * * * ROBERT QUIGLEY, age 11, Starlight Park School, answered the Lincoln Puzzle Tale correctly and wrote: Dear Editor, I enjoyed doing your puzzle. It was lots of fun! * * * Prize Winners CURPRISE PRIZES will be mailed to the following ^ boys and girls for their excellent work in solving the difficult Lost Homonyms Puzzle, published Feb. 25. ALAN PENDLEY, age 9, CYNTHIA ICKES, age 10, Star Route, Cottonwood, 3421 W. Claremont, Phoe- Ariz. nix. SEND YOUR punlt answers, letters, original sterlet, poems, and drawings to EDNA LEVINE, Editor Boys and Girls Republic, 110 E. Vin Buren St., Phoenix, 15004, Arli. B* sure to tign your own name, ase, and address clearly on each entry. Write the nsme of your school and your grade H you wish. Boys and girls who have not yet reached their 15th birthday ire elliibto for prizes In HM contest*. JEFF CREAMER, age 13, a new contributor from Prescott, Ariz., colored his correct answer to the Lucky Stars Puzzle very neatly and wrote this rhyme reply: Number one was FATHER, COUNTRY was number two; PRESIDENT was in third place; CHERRY was the latest clue! The first four words were easy, Simple as pulling a tooth, But the last clue was much harder — Still, I knew George told the TRUTH! # *" * "Dear Editor," wrote ANNA MARIE RADILLO, 11-year-old Phoenix contributor, "I like your puzzles. I think they are great fun to figure out. The first thing I do on Sunday morning is to turn to your section of the paper. Before I do anything else I see what puzzle you have. Keep up the good work!" % ;|< >^ LINDA ROACH, age 12, Buckeye, Ariz., wrote this jingle for her answer to the Lucky Stars Puzzle: ROXANNE RIFE, age 14, 3101 N. 45th St., Phoenix 18, Grade 8, St. Theresa School. WILLIAM DUANE ROOK,. age 11, Box 549, Grade 6, Underdown Junior High School, Cashion, Ariz. VICKI WINKLER, age 8, 1001 Redondo Drive, Grade 3, Meyer School, Tempe, Ariz. ARTIE BAUER, age 10, Box 1041, Grade 5, Lake Havasu City, Ariz. CHUCK SANKEY, age 11, 4217 W. Vista Ave., Phoenix 21. CAROL BRYANT, age 11, 1805 N. 22nd St., Phoenix 6, Grade 6, Wm. T. Machan School. STEVE HALL, age 12, 4140 DIANA SHALANGO, age 9, N. 18th Drive, Phoenix 15, 6413 W. Cavalier Drive, Grade 7, Clarendon Grade 4, Harold W. Smith School. - School, Glendale, Ariz*, Prize Winners (Continued) SHAWN SHEAHAN, age 11, 2922 W. Citrus, Phoenix 17. FREDERICK MADRID, age 10, 1117 Sullivan St., Mia- '.' mi, Ariz. XENIA E. HOWELL, age 13, 2110 W. Jefferson, Phoe- ... nix 9, Grade 7, Grace " Court School. CURTIS B. McCRILLIS, age .-" 10, Box 377, Eagar, Ariz. JANET WHITE, age 13, 1631 "•• E. Don Carlos, Grade 7. " McKemy School, Tempe, Ariz. KIM GROVES, age 10, 850. Jefferson St., Grade 5, •-• Ajo, Ariz. WAYNE BOATMAN, age 10, box 162, Kearny, Ariz. SUSAN SHERMAN, age 11, " : Box 27, Grade 6 Hartford School, Chandler, Ariz. TERRI La HUE, age 8, 3802 .'. E. Poinsetta, Phoenix 28, " Cholla School. NADINE G. RIGGLE, age 8, 191 Jeffords, Ft. Huachuca, Ariz. TOM KENNEDY, age 8, 4041 N. 75th Drive, Phoe- nix 33. BARBARA MARTIN, age 12,| •>'•' Box 582 B, Rt. 3, Apache' V' Junction, Ariz. BLAIR MILLER, age 10, Box 313, Sedona School, Sedona, Ariz. MIKE E. KELLEY, age 8, ~.' and ANNE CHARLES, age 10, 5030 N. Arcadia Drive, Phoenix 18, Hopi ; School. ATHENA DORSEY, age 11, Rt. 1, Box 650, Grade 6, Morenci, Ariz. JOHN B. CROCKETT, age 7, 117 W. Geneva Circle, ""-Grade 2, Broadmor .:;., School, Tempe, Ariz. JEFF JONES, age 13, 219 ;.;• Spring St., Flagstaff, ••.Ariz. EDWARD D. HARGRAVES,. age 8, 1302 E. Grove, Phoenix 40, Grade 3, Rose Linda School. -•-> ARMOND MOORE, age 10, 8448 S. Sixth Ave., Phoenix, Grade 4, Valley View School. * * * PUZZLE ANSWER :* The Lost Homonyms were: 1. .•!"* Currant, Current; 2. '"* Heard, Herd; 3. Gate, Gait. . -•

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