Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 81
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 81

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, April 3, 1969
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AM FDIIIONS t - - — JCt the AritoM Rspublle PbMiH, Thars.. April S, m* p 1ustlC6 dlCS' Obituaries once jailed for conspiracy Services scheduled for Pic. Carter,, 19 SCOTTSDALE — Services for Pfc. Jack D. Carter, 19, who joined the Marines in July 1968 and had been in South Vietnam only 37 days before he was killed in action March 25, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Messinger Mortuary, 515 E. Indian School. Pfc. Carter attended tonto Elementary School and was graduated from Coronado High School, where he was a member of the track team. Born in Portsmouth, Ohio, he came to Scottsdale nine years ago and lived at 7301 E. La- Reata. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. Carter; two brothers, Brian and Paul; three sisters. Marsha, Lorri and Roseanne, all of Scottsdale; and grandmother, Mrs. Mary Carter of honors will be in Green Acres PFC. JACK D. CARTER Burial with full military Treasure Island, Fla. Cemetery. WADESBORO. N.C. (UPI) T. Lamar Caudle, former Justice Department offical who was later jailed on charges of conspiracy to defraud, died of an apparent heart attack Tuesday night at the age of 64. A self-styled "country lawyer" who rose from a county solicitor's post to head of the Justice Department's Criminal and Tax Division, Caudle has been in poor health since suffering a bout with the flu this winter, but had not appeared seriously ill. Former President Harry Truman fired Caudle in 1951 after charges of conflict of interest were leveled against him. Caudle denied the charges and claimed they were made to draw attention away from other scandals of the Truman administration. His dismissal came after his testimony before a congressional committee concerning an expense-free trip he made to Europe to help some wine merchants maintain their dollar credits. Conflict of interest accusations arose, and Truman fired him. In 1955 Caudle and White House aide Matthew J. Connelly were indicted for conspiracy to defraud the government by protecting St. Louis shoe manufacturer Irving Sachs. Sachs had pleaded guilty to income tax evasion and was fined $40,000. Caudle recommended that Sachs not be jailed because of ill health. The indictment accused Caudle of accepting oil royalties from Sachs' attorney in exchange for the recommendation, a charge Caudle denied. He was later convicted and sentenced to serve two years in federal prison. After five months, he was paroled for "meritorious conduct." President Lyndon Johnson granted Caudle a full pardon in 1965 and he resumed his law practice. In 1966, he made an unsuccessful race for Congress in the Democratic primaries. Born in 1904, he received his law degree from Wake Forest and practiced law in his father's firm before being named to a U.S. attorney post. w _, __ . ~ 11- c i J- Porter Humphrey Winnie Smedley Wayne W. Meigs Gallic Sanders * ' * J ./ ~ i ?>„„•„.. u,, m «u.. n ,, >7i a mjAMrvrtPO c<.i...;/w». SUN CITY — Wayne W. Meigs, 74, who retired as an underwriter after 40 years with the Connecticut Life Insurance Co., died yesterday in Sun Valley Lodge here. Mr. Meigs, 12415 N. 103rd Ave., moved here in 1965 from Glen Ellyn, 111. He was graduated from Huron College in South Dakota, attended the University of Pennsylvania, and was a veteran of World War I. He was a member of the American Legion and a Kiwanis Club in Illinois. Services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Cremation will follow. Survivors include a son, Milton of Santa Barbara, Calif.; two brothers out of state; and one grandchild. Hans R. Zimmerman COTTONWOOD - Services for Hans "Heinie" R. Zimmerman, 82, were Friday in the Westcott Funeral Home, followed by cremation. Mr. Zimmerman, who died March 26 in Marcus J. Lawrence Memorial Hospital after a long illness, was born in Dresden, Germany. He came to the Verde Valley in 1913 to work for United Verde Copper Co. When he retired from what is now Phelps Dodge Corp. in 1952, he had been boilermaker foreman for many years. He was a member of Verde Lodge No. 14, F.&A.M., for more than 50 years. Surviving are his wife, Annie; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Phelan of San Francisco, and Mrs. Billie Wade of San Diego; six grandchildren and two great - grandchildren. Ramon R. Trevizo MESA — Ramon R. Trevi- zo, 83, a retired employe of the Southern Pacific Co., died Monday in Scottsdale Baptist Hospital. Mr. Trevizo was born in Mexico, came to Mesa in 1948 from El Paso and lived at 1747 N. Alma School Road. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Sunday in Larry J. Melcher Mortuary, 43 S. Stapley. Funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Monday in Christ the King Catholic Church, 1505 E. Dana. Burial will be in Mesa Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Paula; five sons, Benny, Chon, Manuel, Robert and John; three daughters, Mrs. Consuelo Garcia, Mrs. Mercy Esparza and Mrs. Josephine Lopez, all of Mesa; 33 grandchildren and 20 great- grandchildren; and a sister in Mexico. Donald D. Colbert Donald D. Colbert, 54, owner and operator of the ABC Industrial Catering Service untjl he retired in 1967, died Tuesday in Doctors Hospital. Mr. Colbert, 2740 E. Oak, was a member of Montezuma Masonic Lodge 55, Phoenix Consistory, El Zaribah Shrine and the Ameripan Legion. He was a veteran of World War II. Born in East St. Louis, 111., he came to Phoenix 22 years ago. Services will be at JO a.m. Saturday in A.L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 338 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Mary; two sons, Jtoijert D and Kenneth R., both, of Phoenix; a sister out w •tate; and four grandclul Services for Mrs. Callie 0. Sanders, 82, who was brought to Fort Thomas in 1890 from her native New Mexico, will be at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in A.L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Mrs. Sanders died Monday in her home, 1316 N. 14th St. She lived in Phoenix the past 27 years and was a member of First Assembly of God Church. Survivors include five sons, Ralph, Floyd and R.E., all of Phoenix, A.P. of Tempe and Wid of Tucson;. two daughters, Mrs. Alma Cox of Tucson and Mrs. Lillian Gailey of Phoenix; 9 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. J. Porter Humphrey, 72, a truck driver 20 years for Reynolds Metals before retiring, died Tuesday in Lincoln Hospital. Mr. Humphrey, 2721 W. Pierce, was a member of United Steelworkers Local 3937 and Campbell Avenue Christian Church. Born in Silex, Mo., he moved here 20 years ago. He was a veteran of World War I. Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Survivors include a son, James, and a daughter, Mrs. Ruth Weaver, both of Phoenix; a brother and two sisters out of state; and one granddaughter. CHANDLER — Services for Mrs. Winnie Wood Smedley, 72, who came here in 1917 from Prescott, Ark., will be at 2 p.m. today in the Chandler Church of the Nazarene, 301 N. Hartford. Mrs. Smedley died Sunday in a daughter's home at Brentwood, Calif., where she lived the past three years. From 1920 to 1943 she resided in Mesa, then returned to Chandler. Survivors include two sons, Hollis Wood and Jarrell Wood, both of Chandler; two daughters, Mrs. Gladys Lyon of Brentwood and Mrs. Leo Baugh of Northridge, Calif.; a sister, Mrs. Birdie Fincher of Prescott; a brother, Horace Honea of Chandler; three sisters and five brothers out of state. eiuunif ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY m ••«• Instant elegance! Our fine quality human hair wiglet You're always ready for last minute happenings when you've a lustrous human hair wiglet to call your own. Glamorize your present 'do'... or create a brand new you in minutes. Comb it as easily as you do your own! Soft, natural shades. Tidy box for storage or travel. Synthetic fiber wig, hand made and styled. Includes block and case. $29 Raymond Williams PRESCOTT — Services for Raymond D. Williams, 53, who died Tuesday in the Veterans Administration Hospital here, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in First Southern Baptist Church. Burial with Masonic services, will be in Veterans Cemetery. Mr. Williams had lived in Prescott for 15 years. He came here from Pensacola, Fla. He was retired from the U.S. Navy and was a member of the Methodist Church and the Masonic Lodge. He was also a member of York Rite Free Masonry in Prescott. Surviving are his wife, Dorothy; a son, William D., a sister, Mrs. Edna Thompson, and a brother, Bryon, all of Prescott; and three other sisters and another brother out of state. Friends may call from 5 to 8 p.m. today at the Hampton Funeral Home. Myrtle Tanner PRESCOTT — Services and burial for Mrs. Myrtle K. Tanner, 78, who died yesterday at her home here, will be in Bucyrus, Ohio. Mrs. Tanner had been a resident of Prescott for seven years, coming here from Akron, Ohio. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Juanita Hendry and Mrs. Velma Malo- ney, both of Prescott, and Mrs. Louise Merino of Hudson, Ohio; a son, William of Bethesda, Md.; and four grandchildren. Hapton Funeral Home here handled arrangements. Bernadine Joy SUN CITY - Rites for Mrs. Bernadine H. Joy, 66, who came here in 1960 from Glendora, Calif., were held yesterday in Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Mrs. Joy, 12016 Thunderbird Road, died Monday in her home. She was born in Minneapolis, Kan. Survivors include her husband, Robert. E. Burial will be in Glendora. John V. Belote ' John Vernon Belote, 84, the design architect for the first five A.J. Bayless Stores and a shopping center here, died Tuesday in St, Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Belote, 6329 N. 10th St., a native of Coldwater, Mich., moved to Phoenix 30 years ago from Montana. Graveside rites will be at 8:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Francis Cemetery, 48th Street and Oak. Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home made arrangements. Survivors include his wife, Lola, and two sisters out of state. Step Into SPRING In high style fashion In The CLASSIC PUMP LEATHER! White, Bone, Yellow, Turquoiss, Pastel Pink, Pastel PATENTS Whit* Bon* Black $ 13 Site* 4-10 AAAA-B 99 oUo available tn MidHe.l cl nt •0 f) it 'j Norfhwesf: 35th Ave. & W. Bethany Home-in West Pliti Iheitlnt GtMtr-Oitit M«n.,Thun., Fri. Til I Northeast: 1611 E. McDowell Road OiinMon. IThuu.ltol Scottsdale: 17 N. Scottsdale Road OptnThun.ltot Follow the state's business and financial news with Don Campbell CIVIC PLAZA t PARK CiNTRAt * TOWER PLAZA* CHWS'TOWN * ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY GARDEN CENTER / VALUES! Jusf in time for the holiday weekend .. 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