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Kt PUB MAIL 12 The Arizona Republic Mon., Jnnc 16, 1969 Obituaries Pfc. Robert E. Romero, killed in South Vietnam Walter W. Ross, 69, founder of sororities SCOTTSDALE — Services for Walter W. Ross, 69, the founder of Beta Sigma Phi sorority for young women and the Phi Sigma Alpha sorority for mature women, both social and service organizations, will be at 2 p.m. today in Messinger's Mortuary, 515 E. Indian School. Burial will be in Kansas City, Mo. Mr. Ross, 6922 E. Exeter, died Saturday in Good Samaritan Hospital. Bom in Kansas City, he served in the Navy in World War I. He later took part in many civic and social activities in Kansas City. He was a director of Girlstown, U.S.A., and a director of the Beta Sigma Phi International Endowment. Since moving here in 1960, he served as a director of the Boys Club of Scottsdale and had received their Boys Club Medallion. He served on the personnel board of the City of Scottsdale, the advisory board of the First Federal Savings and Loan Association and was president of the Verde Vaqueros Club. He had served for many years as governor of American Royal Stock Show in Kansas City and raised purebred Arabian horses there and on his ranch here. Survivors include his wife, Dorothy Lee; two sons, Wal- Lloyd Pipkorn APACHE JUNCTION Services for Lloyd Pipkorn, 54, the owner of the Rib Eye Restaurant here, will be at 2 p.m. today in M. L. Gibbons Desert View Chapel, 9702 E. Apache Trail, Mesa. Cremation will follow. Mr. Pipkorn died Thursday in Mesa Lutheran Hospital. Born in Clark County, Wis., he came here in 1963 from Chicago and opened the Story Book Cafe, which he later sold. He worked in the construction business before coming here. He served with the U. S. Merchant Marine during World War II. Survivors include his wife, Elnora; two daughters, Mrs. Eloise Butts of Bensonville, 111., and Mrs. Carol Jones of Marshall, 111.; two brothers and six sisters out of state, and nine grandchildren. Richard Greywatch YOUNGTOWN - Services for Richard Greywatch, 78, formerly a salesman in Chicago, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Lundberg's Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave. Cremation will follow. Mr. Greywatch, 11415 114th Ave., died yesterday in Mountain View Pioneer Hospital. Born in Chicago, he came here in 1957. He was a veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Lucy; one daughter, Mrs. Frances Blakley of Des Plaines, 111.; three sisters out of state, and one grandchild. Friends may call at the mortuary from 6 to 9 p.m. today. James F. Hix Private services for James F. Hix, 59, will be held in A.L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery. Mr. Hix, 818 N. 19th St., died Saturday in Las Vegas. Born in, Oklahoma, he came here 25 years ago. Survivors include two sisters, Mrs. Grace Bentley and Mrs. Edna Bentley, and one brother, Bill Hix, all of Phoenix, and two sisters and a brother out of state. Faye L. Hinton Services for Mrs. Faye L. Hinton, 71, a retired supervisor in Phoenix Elementary School District cafeterias for 32 years, will be at 12:30 p.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. Mrs. Hinton, 4249 E. Mitchell Drive, died Friday in Hope, Ark. Born in London, Ark., she came here 43 years ago from Hope. Survivors include a brother, William Lew is of Glendale, Calif., and three other brothers; and two listers out of state, Friends may call at the mortuary from Z to 9 p-m. today. SUPERIOR — Rosary for Army Pfc. Robert E. Romero, 20, killed in action in South Vietnam June 5, will be recited at 7 p.m. today in St. Francis Catholic Church, followed by a wake. Burial, with military honors, will be in Fairview Cemetery. Pfc. Romero was the son of Mrs. Damian Gil of 130 Magna Ave. He was a 1968 graduate of Superior High School and had been in Vietnam since January 1969. Born in Delano, Calif., he lived in the Ray-Sonora area before coming here. Other survivors include three brothers, Pvt. Ralph Romero of Ft. Rucker, Ala., Sgt. Edward Romero in Germany, and Greg Romero of Superior; a stepbrother, Frank Gil; a sister, Mrs. Norma Aparicio, and a stepsister, Margo Gil, all of Su- ROBERT E. ROMERO perior, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Saturnine Sap- ian of Tolleson. WALTER W. ROSS ter W. Ill and John J., both of Kansas City; a brother out of state, and six grandchildren. Anton Warneck Rosary for Anton Warneck, 84, a retired switchman with the Chicago Transit Authority, will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Mass will be said at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow in SS. Simon and Jude Catholic Church, 6351 N. 27th Ave. Mr. Warneck, 2845 W. Palo Verde Drive, died Saturday in Doctors Hospital. Born in Cato, Wis., he came here 16 years ago from Chicago. Survivors include his wife, Mary; two daughters, Helen C. Warneck of Chicago and Mrs. Mary Dugal of Phoenix; a son, George W. of Chicago; two sisters and one brother out of state, and four grandchildren. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery, Friends may call at the mortuary from 4 to 9 p.m. today. Renee M. Fisher MESA — Graveside services for Renee M. Fisher, 79, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at East Resthaven Cemetery. Mrs. Fisher, 1024 W. Main, died in Mesa Lutheran Hospital Saturday. Born in Templeton, Ind., she came here 25 years ago from Adrian, Mich. Survivors include a niece, Mrs. Margaret Rollins of Mesa, and a sister out of state. The family suggests gifts to a favorite charity. Frank Raimondi Services for Frank Raimondi, 65, a real estate broker here, will be at 2 pm tomorrow in Mercer's Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery. Mr. Ramondi, 556 E. Willetta, died Saturday in Good Samaritan Hospital. Born in Chicago, he came here in 1952. Survivors include his wife, Flora L.; a sister, Mrs. Rose Talarico of Phoenix, and a brother out of state. Friends may call at the mortuary after 2 p.m. today. Gene D. Conrad William C. Leminger FLAGSTAFF — Services for Gene D. Conrad, 45, victim of a motor vehicle acci- Friday will be at 2 p.m. today in the Flagstaff Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Burial will be in the Veterans Cemetery in Flagstaff. Mr. Conrad, 3227 Monte Vista St., was born in Nebraska and lived here about 15 years. He was a World War II veteran. He drove a concrete mixing truck for the Flagstaff Service and Materials Co. Survivors include his wife, Millie; two daughters, Sonia and Carla Conrad; two sons, Billie and Greg, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Conrad, all of Flagstaff; two sisters, Mrs. Lois Allen of Wickenburg and one out of state, and two brothers, Dr. Charlton Conrad of Phoenix and one out of state. Charles L. Keyster Graveside services for Charles L. Keyster, 90, a retired rancher, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Evergreen Cemetery Tucson. Mr. Keyster, 4202 N. 20th Ave., died Saturday in a local nursing home. Born in western Nebraska, he came to Winona in 1919 and ranched nearby until he moved to Phoenix in 1942. He had taken part in the Klondike gold rush in Alaska in 1900 and later lived in Wyoming. Survivors include his daughter, Mrs. Dorothea Warren of Sun City, and one grandchild. Friends may call at the Ternpe Mortuary, 405 E. Southern, this afternoon and evening. Louis Parker Services for Louis Parker, 77, a retired oiler with the Santa Fe Railway, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Mount Calvary Baptist Church, 1246 S. llth Ave. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Parker, 1531 W. Yuma, was born in Monroe, La., and came to Arizona 48 years ago and to Phoenix 26 years ago. He died Thursday in Memorial Hospital. He was a veteran of World War I. Survivors include his wife, Beulah; two daughters, Mrs. Vetta Neal and Mrs. Rose- Lee Jasper, bath of Phoenix; one stepson, Albert Gaines of Arkansas; two brothers out of state; 19 grandchildren, and 6 great-grandchildren. Friends may call this afternoon at Webber and Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. GLOBE — Services for William C. Leminger, 74, a retired teacher, who formerly taught on the San Carlos Indian Reservation, will be in First Presbyterian Church here at 10 a.m. tomorrow. Graveside services with Masonic rites will be held in Globe Cemetery. Mr. Leminger, 212 S. First St., died Saturday in Gila General Hospital. Born in Riley, Ind., he came to Arizona in 1939 and to Globe nine years ago. He taught occasionally as a substitute teacher in Globe public schools. A veteran of World War II, he belonged to White Mountain Masonic Lodge No. 3 and the Scottish Rite here. He was active in the First Presbyterian Church. Survivors include his wife, Verna; three daughters, Mrs. Richard Daley of Sepulveda, Calif., Mrs. Glen Hussey of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Russell Harris of Oklahoma City; seven grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. The family requests donations to the First Presbyterian Church or the Masonic Crippled Children's Clinic at Tucson. Axel Anderson SUN CITY - Services for Axel Anderson, 70, formerly a self-employed contractor, will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Lundberg's Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Park. Mr. Anderson, 10109 Audrey Drive, died Saturday in Mountain View Pioneer Hospital. Born in Sweden, he came here in 1963 from Burbank, Calif. His wife, Beda, survives. Railroads' income dips WASHINGTON (AP) - The ration's railroads have re- prted a first - quarter net income of $97 million, a 13 per cent decline from the $112 million earned during the same period a year ago. Blaming the decline one a continuing rise in costs, the Association of American Railroads claimed the lagging earnings underscore the railroads' need for retention of the 7 per cent investment tax credit. ' A move is under way In Congress to repeal the investment tax allowance. Senior forum By THOMAS COLLINS Question: You had a column once about retired people going in for twin beds or separate bedrooms. ' It amused me at the time. But now I've retired aud the subject isn't funny any longer. My wife, pointing to two bedrooms in the house that have been vacant since the children flew away, complains that I snore, that I wake up in the morning before the roosters. She thinks I should move into one of the idle bedrooms. Can you tell me what you said in that earlier column? It just might save me. —C.R.W. Answer: The earlier column said that the wife of a retired man who pushed him off into a separate bedroom had lost her marbles. It suggested that she consider twin beds instead. When a wife expels from her bedroom the husband who has been sleeping there all these years, even though sex may have faded away, she is making a stranger of him. And an older wife needs another stranger like she needs a churn. The husband will start setting his own going-to-bed time, and after a while it won't be the same as hers. He will start getting up at all hours, leaving the house, and reappearing at 10 a.m. — maybe. But most important, the communion of man and wife will be lost. It is at the going- to-bed hour that a couple often lie in bed to talk over the things that matter to them most. Send questions to Senior Forum, P.O. Box 2406, Phoenix, Ariz. 85002. milk total down WASHINGTON (AP) - The nation's May milk production of 11,046 million pounds was 2 per cent less than a year earlier, the smallest output for the month in 30 years, says the Agriculture Department. May production was less than a year earlier in 27 states. Unchanged in seven, and more in 16, the crop reporting board said. The lower production reflected the continuing trend to fewer milk cows. However, the report pointed out, output per cow continues to increase, with the May average at 869 pounds, a gain of 1 per cent from a year earlier. SHIP CONTRACT LET TOKYO (AP) - Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Ltd., says it has concluded a contract to construct two 261,000-dead weight-ton tankers for Chevron Transport Corp. of San Franciso. SYMBOL of personal service UnderUandqble Prices SUNSET CHAPEL On this day June 16, 1969 By ESTEY I. REED On this day in 1876, Sitting Bull (Hunkpapa Sioux) received a report of "Three Stars" Crook (as Indians called him) and a large force of soldiers being in Rosebud Valley, Wyo. Including Crow, Rees and Shoshoni scouts, Gen. Crook's force totaled 1,300. The report meant heavy fighting, for whites had invaded Indian territory. Sitting Bull raised a war party of 1,000. A hundred Cheyennes and 900 Sioux comprised the Indian force. Following a period of applying war paint, getting arms and mounts, the warriors paraded around their camp in full regalia. Then, they made their way through the night, reaching the battleground shortly after dawn. The Indians attacked, even though only half their number had guns. The Battle of Rosebud lasted all day. Crook was glad when it ended. He retreated to where he had been stationed, to hunt and fish. 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