Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 18
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 5, 1969
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Ktr'lMUG RtiudUC CITY , 19 Tbft AnfOM Kctrablic B flmttt, Sat., Apra $, 1999 > *i • Obituaries t. Antonio Morales, 23, Vietnam War victim Rosary for Spec. 4 Antonio -/&. Morales, 23. who was felled In action March 26 in $outh Vietnam, will be recit- • «d at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Universal Memorial Center, 1100 JE. Jefferson. ; Funeral Mass will be said <t£t 8:30 a.m. Monday in Our | Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church in Glendale. Burial with military rites will follow in Resthaven Cemetery, Glend.ale. 4 ; Mr. Morales, 534 E. Carol, -was graduated from Carl SPEC. 4 MORALES Carl R. Hower Carl Ridgeway Hower, 67, owner of the Carl Hower Co. here and a manufacturers' representative in the electronics industry, died Thursday in his home, 3412 E. Pasadena. Mr. Hower was a member •of Valley Presbyterian Church, Arizona Country Club, and a Masonic lodge in Harlan, Ky. Born in Shelbyville, Ky., he moved here 12 years ago from Inverness, HI. He was an Army veteran of World War I. Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday in the church, 6947 E. McDonald Drive, Scottsdale. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow in Messinger Mortuary, 515 E. Indian School, Scottsdale. ^Entombment will be in •Greenwood Mausoleum. -.. Survivors include his wife, 'Frances; a son, James B.; and a daughter, Mrs. Frank Johnson, both of Scottsdale; a sister out of state; and five grandchildren. Hayden High School in 1968 and had been on the track team there. Before joining the Army in June 1968 he was employed at Memorial Coliseum. Born in Hermosillo, Sonora, fee came to Phoenix in 1961. Survivors include his wife, Violet; a son, Antonio Jr.: his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manuel B. Morales; three sisters. Mrs. Bianca Carranza, Mrs. Alicia Sotelo, Denia Morales; seven brothers, Ignacio, Pete, Fernando, George and Julio, all of Phoenix, Hector of Oakland and Manuel Jr. of Nogales. Raymond Moorhead CASHION - Raymond C. Moorhead, 62, who had farmed south of Tolleson 37 years before becoming a maintenance employe of the Arizona Highway Department, died Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Moorhead moved here 38 years ago from Post, Tex. He was born in Aspermont, Tex. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams, Phoenix. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, . Roslee; a daughter, Mrs. Alta Chance; three sons, Clifford W., James and Frank, all of Cashion; four sisters and two brothers out of state; 14 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Janece Sheahart Services for Janece Shea- hart, 16, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in West Glendale Baptist Church, 6401 N. 67th Ave. Miss Sheahart, 4211 W. Mulberry, died Thursday in Phoenix General Hospital after a short illness. She was a sophomore at Carl Hayden High School. Born in Oklahoma, she came to Phoenix in 1954 from Muskogee, Okla. Survivors include her mother, Mrs. Esther Sheahart of Phoenix; two brothers, David in the Army and Jack of Cortez, Colo. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Friends may call after noon tomorrow in Universal Memorial Center, 1100 E. Jefferson. Ckrt Morton Mrs. Clara Amelia Morton, 95, who was born in New Orleans, nfoved to Miami in 1926 from Mobile, Ala., and lived in Phoenix the past 16 years at 2302 E. Weldon, died Thursday in Doctors Hospital. Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Grace Seaman of Phoenix; three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Donald E. Masters SCOTTSDALE - Service! for Donald E. Masters, 11, a sixth-grade Student at Yavapai Elementary School, will be at 11 a.m. Monday in the First Baptist Church of Scottsdale, 7025 E. Osborn. Donald, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Masters of 7916 E. Moreland, died Thursday in Scottsdale Baptist Hospital. He had been injured March 28 in a motorbike accident at Indian Bend Wash near the school. Born in Paola, Kan., he was brought to Scottsdale 10 years ago. Surviving besides his par- Today's Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1 Disdainful sound 6 Minnesota lake 10 On the most recent occasion 14 Frenzy 15 Ancient city near Afgoiis 16 United States Army Reserve: Abbr. 17 With no letup: 2 words 18 Strait of : 2 words 20 Mariner's concern 21 Nova Scotia Indian 22 Woman 23 Colorado city 25 Accepted formally 27 Agitates 30 Beverage 31 Adjective • suffix 32 Devout 34 Choose 38 Etcher's requirement 40 Worked on a manuscript 42 Former ruler 43 Social grou ps 45 Put asunder 47 AFL's partner 48 Taol 50 Germane 52 Trying to reduce: 3 words 56 Kind of architecture 57 Ruckus 58 Equality 60 Washington club: Informal 63 Means of spreading information 65 Bandleader's instruction: 2 words 66 Site of the Pearl Mosque 67 Heraldic bearing 68 "That beat ". 2 words 69 Obligation 70 Gas 71 Cast DOWN 1 Kind of pollution 2 Child's nursemaid 3 Rigid 4 Best 5 Rage 6 Liner employees: 2 words 7 Form of Alexander 8 Southern U.S. city 9 Salt-covered plain ' Yesterday's RjE aoan anaon gaaannn OOP u liana BQQQ uaa JUUUJUQ 10 French pronoun 11 Item of value 12 Drug store item 13 Put in ar awkward spot 19 French school 21 Be worthy of 24 Young animal 26 Rapid vigorous pace 27 Correspondent's word 28 Former S. American emperor 29 Of great worth 33 Number 35 Department store apparatus 36 Raise •••• 4/5/69 37 Jogging pace 39 Out of service 41 Retard 44 Purloin 46 Clergyman's title: Abbr. 49 Cause dough to ferment 51 Disappear 52 Instrument 53 Sverige's neighbor 54 Marked by realization 55 Threefold 59 Preposition 61 Pointed projecting part 62 State of excitement 64 Hockey players protective guard 65 Stetson 31 43 57 69 21 23 54 5 24 32 44 58 40 67 70 15 45 29 50 59 25 33 30 34 65 61 10 26 42 51 60 35 12 13 36 61 .>..-«, 4^ . y**t. \ * : r F - V .•M k '»'I f '/ \€ SATURDAY ONLY Regester's set a new low price on this attractive and unusual way to provide display area. Exceptionally designed wrought iron bookcase in verde green. Bottom shelf is of basket woven wrought iron straps (as is the back), other shelves are glass. Perfect for records, books, objects d'art or even a TV. Use singly or in pairs against a wall or as a free standing room divider. 7700 a 129.00 value / / Hunited quantity SMART HOME FURNISHINGS •r 2303 EAST GRANT HQ*D • TUC»ON 1701 EAST CAMEUBACK KQAP • PHQVN wits are a tab tawthtf, Ronald; three ether brother*, Dan, Dick and Dave, all of Scottsdale; two grandmothers, Mrs. Bernice Stewart of Paola and Mrs. Stella Masters of Livingston, ten*. Friends may call after 2 p.m. today in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden. Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery. Hyrum Doyle Lee SAPFORD - Services for Hyrum Doyle Lee, S), who died Tuesday to Safford Inn Hospital, will be at 11 a.m. today in the Safford Funeral Home. Burial will be in Lebanon Cemetery. A native of Safford, Mr. Lee was a former mason and plasterer. He was injured during construction of Hoover Dam before his retirement 28 years ago. Surviving are two sons, Nolan of Oregon and Virgil of California; five daughters, Mrs. Lila Pendraze, San Francisco; Mrs. Clarence Jepson, Alpine; Mrs. Ralph Jefferson, Las Vegas; Mrs. Lawrence Whitmer and Mrs. Boyd Bronson, both of California; a sister, Mrs. Effie Richardson, Safford; another sister and a brother out of state. Friends may call at the mortuary from 8 a.m. today until service time. Joseph N. Holland MESA — Services for JOK seph N. Holland, 57, a welder and pipefitter, will be at 2 p.m. today in Desert View Chapel, 9702 E. Apache Trail. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mr. Holland, 321 S. 96th St., died Wednesday in Mesa Southside Hospital of a heart ailment. Born in Gilmer, Tex., he came here 12 years ago and was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors include his wife, Marie; a son, James of San Mateo, Calif.; three daughters, Mrs. Sylvia Petrey of San Mateo, Mrs. Betty Anderson of Scottsdale, and Judith Holland of San Francisco; a brother, Wilburn of Casa Grande; a brother and two sisters in Gilmer. Dorothy Wishart ftitel tor Mrs. Dorothy L. Wfehart, 52, who died Wrors- day in Good Samaritan Hospital, will be at 1 p.m. today in Bellevue Baptist Church, 2037 E. Desert Lane. Mrs. Wishart, 2114 E. Desert Lane, was one of the founders of the diurch. Born in Massachusetts, she eame to Phoenix in 1959 from Oklahoma City. Survivors Include her husband, Charles; a ton, Grover of Poughkeepsie, N.Y.; four daughters, Mrs. Barbara Davenport of Vershire, Vt.; Mrs. Shirley Osgood of Poestenkill, N.Y.; Mrs. Margaret Whitney of Melrose, N.Y., and Patty Wishart of Phoenix; and six grandchildren. Burial will be in East Resthaven Cemetery, Grimshaw's Bloom Chapel announced. Store head, once holdup hero, arrested for theft BlNGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) Robert M. Schwartz, 41, pleaded guilty to stealing $12,820 from Star's Discount Store in nearby Vestal. 2 Egyptian mummies found far from home BOSTON (AP)-Tw» Egyptian mummies, the bodies of children estimated to be between 2,006 arid 3,000 years old, have been discovered in a building to be demolished. Dr. Stephen Williams of Harvard's Peabody Museum, who examined the remains, said mummies are not rare and that hundreds of thousands of persons and animals were mummified in Egypt. He said thousands were brought to the United States in the late 1890s. Broome County Judge Robert Fischer placed Schwartz on five years probation. A second indictment charging theft of $77,259 was dropped. Judge Fischer said Schwartz had repaid some of the funds and was arranging to repay the remainder, A former department store manager, who one* chased and caught two men who robbed his store and later won his . firm's merit award,. Schwartz pleaded gttflty yea- terdjfty to stealing stare funds. 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