Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 82
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Mrs, Lydia McMeans dies at 101; services, burial set Mrs. Lydia E. McMeans, 101, who came to Phoenix in 1900 from her native Batesville, Tex., died Tuesday in Country Manor Nursing Home. Services will be at 2 p.m. today in Memory Lawn Mausoleum, 719 N. 27th Ave. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary made arrangements. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Josie Robson of Tucson, Mrs. Lilly Higby and Mrs. Annie Harris, both of Los Angeles; two sons, William 0. of Mesa and Jesse of Tucson; 17 grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren and 10 great - great - grandchildren. Santana G. Vasquez Charles E. Spurlock Graveside rites for Santana G. Vasquez, 70, will be at 10 a.m. today in Glendale Memorial Cemetery, Mercer Mortuary announced. Mr. Vasquez 313 E. First Ave., died Sunday in a Phoenix hospital. Born in Texas, he came to Arizona 19 years ago and was a farm worker. Survivors include a brother, Louis of San Antonio, Tex.; and a nephew in Texas. On this day April 3, 1969 By ESTEY I. REED On this day, in 1806, the Nashville (Tenn.) Impartial Review ran the following sports item: "On Thursday the 3rd of of April will be run (he greatest and most interesting race ever run in the Western country between Gen. Jackson's horse, Truxton, 6 years old carrying 124 pounds, and Capt. Joseph Erwin's horse, Plough- boy, 8 years old, carrying 130 pounds, for the sum of $3,000." The story was a reminder item. The race had previously been announced. On that day all roads led to Clove? Bottom, where Jackson surveyed "the largest concourse of people I ever saw assembled, unless in an army." Jackson wasn't sure whether people had come to view his triumph or humiliation. During a recent workout, Truxton had been injured. Nothing could reduce the injured thigh. Clearly the big stallion wasn't himself. Jackson's friends tried to persuade him to forfeit his wager and postpone the race. , Luck was with Jackson. It rained. Ploughboy definitely wasn't a mudder. Truxton's injury was eased by the rain. Nogales seniors c> held in pot sale NOGALES — Three Nogales High School seniors have been arrested by state narcotics agents less than 30 days after the local school board declared it was time to "stop sweeping this thing (narcotics problem) under the rug." All were charged with selling marijuana, a felony. The students were picked up in three separate arrests. William "Scott" Anderson, 17, was given a hearing in Juvenile Court yesterday and placed on probation until he is 21. Hearing for Gerald W. Hartman, 17, will be held in court Monday. Clyde D. Douglas, 18, will be tried as an adult in the justice court here. Preliminary hearing date has not been set. Camelback Hospital again accredited Camelback Hospital has been granted full accreditation for another three years, according to an announcement by the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Hospitals. The hospital, owned and operated by the Arizona Foundation for Neurology and Psychiatry, was first accredited in 1960. It was established in 1964. SHAH, LAIRD TALK WASHINGTON (UPI) The Shah of Iran met privately Tuesday with Defense Secretary Melvin R. Laird, reportedly to discuss the status of Iran's military forces. Legal Advertising NOTICE 0. ..—...> Befor* tht pi? 5 and 0 'Gas Conservation Commission, State of Arizona. To: All Operators, Purchasers and Takers of oil and gas In Arizona .and all other interested •persons, particularly In Dlneh-bi-Keyah Field. , „ , „ .,, Notice Is Hereby Given that the Oil and Gas Conservation Commission of tha Room 204, 1624 West Adam*. Phoenix, Arizona, on the application oi Kerr-McGee Corporation for permission to drill and produce an additional Lower Hermosa Formation well In the SE/4 ot Country, Arizona Field, Apache All persons Interested In such matter may appear on said date and be heard. I Done and Performed This 1st day ft NNISTER, .ecrefary ,rUona Republic April 1, v v , Services for Charles F. Spurlock, 63, will be at 11:30 a.m. today in Mortensen- Kings Funeral Center, 1020 W. Washington. Mr. Spurlock, 2605 W. Van Buren, died Saturday in a Phoenix hospital. Born in Poplar Bluff, Mo., he moved to Phoenix eight yeans ago from San Diego and was employed at Walgreen's downtown restaurant. Survivors include his wife, Bertha; a son, Daniel with the Army in Germany; three daughters, Mrs. Clara Gorden of Toway, Calif., Mrs. Barbara Kirkendohl of Augusta, Ga., and Ellen Spurlock of San Diego; a sister out of state; four stepchildren; and two grandchildren. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. John C. Plumb John C. Plumb, 77, a U. S. postal clerk in Chandler until 12 years ago, died yesterday in Desert Terrace Nursing Home. Mr. Plumb, 1730 E. Culver, came to Arizona 30' years ago. He was born in Vernon, Wis. Services will be at 9 a.m. today in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Denver. Survivors include his wife, Emilie, and a sister, Mrs. Ina J. Dudley of Phoenix. Aubrey McWhorter Memorial services for Aubrey E. McWhorter, 65, who died Tuesday in Glendale Nursing Home, will be at 2 p.m. today in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback, with members of Veterans of Foreign Ward Post 8015 officiating. Mr. McWhorter, 925 E. Illi- ni, a retired sheet metal worker, was a life member of VFW Post 8015. Born in Dallas, he came to Phoenix 15 years ago. Survivors include a step- daugher, Mrs. Patricia Holder of Phoenix; three step- daughers and a brother out of state: and 12 grandchildren. Services and burial will be in Dallas. Wilson B. Peasley Delbert W, Burns Graveside rites for Wilson B. Peasley, 80, who died Monday in a Phoenix hospital, will be at 9:30 a.m. today in Resthaven Cemetery, Glendale. Mr. Peasley, 4.112 W. Portland, a retired carpenter, moved here 18 months ago from his native Sinnamahon- ing, Pa. Survivors include a niece, Mrs. Mary Lou Jackson of Phoenix. Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center made arrangements. Jesse Kennedy DOUGLAS — Services and burial for Mrs. Jesse Kennedy, 76, who died Monday in a Tucson nursing home, will be in Pittsburgh, Pa. Mrs. Kennedy, a native of Braddock, Pa., had been a resident of Douglas for 25 years. She was a past national president of the Special Library Association, and was active in the Huachuca Writers Association. She was a member of Arizona Press Women and Immaculate Conception Catholic Church. Surviving are her husband, James L.; three stepsons, Dr. James Kennedy of Davis, Calif., the Rev. Hugh Kennedy of Baltimore, Md., and Thomas Kennedy of Monmouth, N.Y.; and a sister out of state. Memorials may be made to the American Cancer Society. Services for Delbert W. Burns, 51, a longtime First National Bank employe before he retired clue to an illness, will be at 10 a.m. today in Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N.- Seventh St. Mr. Burns came here 25 years ago from his native Basin, Wyo., and lived at 1238 E. Diana. He died Tuesday in Phoenix. He joined the Army as a private and after serving in the cavalry during World War II was discharged as a first lieutenant. Survivors Include two daughters, Mary and Elizabeth, and a son, John C., all of Phoenix; and a sister- in-law, Mrs. Angie O'Connell of Eloy. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society. 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