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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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Obituaries Pftoenix, Sat., Ang. 15,1970 CITY The Arizona Republic 47 Mabel E. Miller, 89; came to Valley in 1899 Proud of his attractive academician AnociaM Prtn Test plane ties to CIA are denied Associated Press TUCSON - Denials came from the Central Intelligence Agency in Washington and the Intermountain Aviation, Inc., of Arizona yesterday that the aviation firm is an operational arm of the CIA. A top Tucson police official, who requested anonymity, alleged earlier that a light plane that crashed Tuesday had been on a mission under CIA auspices. Killed in the crash were the pilot, Larry N. Greer, 29, of Phoenix, and observing engineer, Larry Jensen, 29. ' Until yesterday, spokesmen for the Univac division of Sperry Rand Corp. would say only that the aircraft had been leased from the Beech- craft Aircraft Co. and was classified as secret by the military. A Pentagon spokesman, Capt. Ray Quillan, announced yesterday that the craft built specially for lease to Univac, which was to run a 300-hour test of the aircraft engine. Quillan said the nature and specifications of the craft remained classified. A spokesman for CIA director Richard Helms denied that the operation based at Marana Air Park north of Tucson was involved with the CIA. "We don't engage in intelligence operations inside the continental United States — that's a function of the FBI," the spokesman said. Jack Scanlon, personnel director for Intermountain, said that though his firm is involved in the Univac classified project, any involvement with the CIA was "ridiculous." He said the bulk of his firm's business was transporting smoke jumpers and contributing support to forest fire fighting operations in the Southwest. Mrs. Mabel Edna Miller, 89, who retired in 1956 after serving 12 years in the transfer department of the Maricopa County assessor's office, died yesterday in Phoenix Baptist Hospital. Mrs, Miller, 1668 W. Glendale, was a member of the Central Christian Church, the PEG Sisterhood and was a 50-year member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Born in Trenton, Mo., she moved to" Phoenix in 1899. Survivors include a duagh- ter, Mrs. George Morgan of Douglas; a son, Carl W. of Bakersfield, Calif.; two brothers, Ernest, Smith and Leslie Smith, and a sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Schilling, all of Phoenix; a sister, Mrs. Lula King David Scott COOLIDGE — Services for King David Scott, 78, who died Sunday in Final General Hospital at Florence, will be at 4 p.m. today in the Cole and Maud Mortuary here. Burial will be in Valley Memorial Park. Mr. Scott, a farm worker and World War II veteran, was born in Tennessee and had lived in Coolidge since 1946. Survivors include one brother living out of state. Record crowd at Gallup Jury finds p e ter j R a wf for Indian ceremonial Associated Press 1-40 crash kills woman A California woman has died as the result of a collision 2 miles west of Ash Fork on Interstate 40, the Department of Public Safety reported yesterday. Officers said Mrs. Joetta H. Dence, 46, of Fallbrook, Calif., died in Williams Hospital after a par driven by Erwin A. Dence, 4», of Fallbrook, struck a cap parked in the eastbound emergency lane. 439 traffic deaths 1970 428 died same period 19(9 GALLUP, N.M. (AP) The Inter-Tribal Indian Ceremonial recorded a record crowd of 3,202 persons at yesterday afternoon's rodeo and sports events — 229 more than in 1969. And a major television network planned to allow Marvin Aitson, vice president of the Ceremonial Association, to announce the millionth visitor to the annual ceremonial "last night on national television. But although events inside the ceremonial grounds went off without a~Wtch yesterday and the daily ceremonial performers' parade through Gallup wasn't disturbed, the "Indians Against Exploitation" continued a series of demonstrations. During the afternoon performance, they set up a platform and public address system just ouside the grounds and began broadcasting. speeches about their beliefs that the ceremonial and the city of Gallup exploit Indians and violate the dignity of their religion and their way of life. Finally, the group was ordered to disperse. One young woman was carried away bodily by police and charged with disorderly conduct after a bystander with a camera allegedly was struck. Assistant New Mexico Atty. Gen. Richard Smith arrived in Gallup at midafternoon to fire damage is $100,000 SCOTTSDALE - Damage to Hohokam Elementary School in a fire Thursday night was estimated at $100,000 yesterday by E. G. Burnkrant, Scqttsdale school superintendent. Burnkrant said the Scottsdale Fire Department still is investigating possible causes of the fire, which began in the refrigeration room. The blaze was confined to the wing that houses the refrigeration unit, he added, but there was limited smoke damage in other areas of the school. Burnkrant said the fire will not delay the regular Sept. 8 opening of the school, situated at 8451 E. Oak. take stock of the situation. He was prepared to file a motion before District Court Judge James W. Musgrove seeking a temporary restraining order enjoining the demonstrators from continuing their activities. Smith said, "The order will ban them from blocking entrances and exits to the ceremonial grounds, will prohibit them from carrying on disruptive activities, will prevent them from occupying buildings and facilities of the ceremonial and will prohibit them from damaging or otherwise injuring ceremonial property." Veto rapped by Pollock V Gerald Pollock, Democratic candidate for Congress in District 1, charged yesterday that his opponent, Rep. John Rhodes, R-Ariz., supported "fiscal hypocrisy" by voting to sustain President Nixon's veto of school aid, housing and veterans bills. "How can this administration claim it is fighting inflation by cutting funds for education, housing and veterans while it is willing to spend $4 billion for a supersonic jet transport, which practically all authorities on the s u b j e c t agree will be grossly damaging to the environment and ultimately impractical?" Pollock asked. Pollock spoke at a coffee at the home of Mrs. Ruth McGregor, 1825 W. Lewis. He said only a new Congress would have the political will to reorder national priorities and focus attention on neglected domestic problems. man guilty in slaying PRESCOTT - A 66-year-old miner, tried on an open murder charge, was convicted of manslaughter by a Yavapai County Superior Court jury last night. Roland St. Louis Sr. was charged with having shot Rollie Mullenaux, 59, a ranch hand. This occurred after Mullenaux ejected St. Louis from a community potluck dinner in the old Cleator schoolhouse April 18. Judge Jack L. Ogg set sentencing for 1:30 p.m. Sept. 4. St. Louis, testifying in his own defense, said the shooting was accidental. ,There were no witnesses to the shooting. Several prosecution witnesses testified that St. Louis was being taken from the building when he insisted on telling a biblical story to about 40 persons attending the dinner. Both St. Louis and Mulien- aux lived in the Cleator vicinity. Peter J. Rahlf, 79, who had been employed by the International Harvester Co. in Milwaukee and Phoenix a total of 27 years died Thursday in John C. Lincoln Hospital. Mr. Rahlf, 5615 N. llth St., was transferred to Phoenix in 1953 and was a member of the Modern Woodmen of America. He was born in Chickasaw, Ohio. Survivors include his wife, Irene; two sons, Allan G. of Phoenix and Marvin of Mil waukee; four grandchildren, and nine great - grandchildren. Services wffl be at 11 a.m. Monday in Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran Church, 1500 W. Maryland. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. Renner of San Bernardino, Calif., and three grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in A.L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Ralph E. Martin service Monday GLENDALE -Ralph E. Martin, 70 who was bom in Mesa and was a member of Operating Engineers Local .428, died Thursday in his home, 6439 W. Myrtle. Mr. Martin was a member of Mesa Oriental Masonic Lodge 20 and served in the Navy from 1920 to 1922. He had lived in many parts of the state during construction projects and in the Phoenix- Glendale area the past eight years. Survivors . include his wife, Pearl; two sons, Ralph Eugene <rf Prescott and Lloyd of San Diego; a daughter, Mrs. Barabara Jo Hawley of Chandler; three stepchildren, Mrs. Dixie LeBlanc of Lake Stevens, Wash., Mrs. Joyce Durant of McGuire APB, N.J., and Fred Curtis of Sierra Vista; a sister, Mrs. Vera Logan ' of Glendale; four sisters out of state and 17 grandchildren. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the Chapel of Chimes, 5852 W. Glenn Drive. Masonic graveside rites will be in G le nd a leMemorial Cemetery. Ramona Lindley SALEM, Ore. — Services for Mrs. Ramona A. Lindley, 68, a Phoenix resident from 1950 to 1967 will be Monday in the Barrick Funeral Home/ in Salem. Mrs. Lindley died Thursday in a Salem hospital. Private burial will follow. Mrs. Lindley was personnel manager at J.C. Penney Co. in Phoenix during her residence there. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Janet Paxton of Salem; one son, Robert of Renton, Wash.; a sister out of state; three grandchildren, and one great-grandchild The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society. Crossword puzzle Dence was admitted to Williams Hospital suffering from a fractured jaw and imenitd Ocojpa/ils of li.-i; t..i e Tucson topless edict defied (it press club TUCSON - Seven ittrac. tive women stripped to the waist last night at the Tucson Press Club in defiance of a Tucson police edict against topless dancing. No one was arrested. About 150 persons liu/cred and whis- IK'-ii ;;s i)* giik. wo/king ;,! Avondale youth FFA president TUCSON (AP) - Loren Hunt, 18, from the Agua Fria High School chapter in Avondale, was ejected president of the Arizona Future Farmers Of America. The FFA's 41st annual State Leadership Conference ended last night at the University of Arizona. ^ Hunt is the second of his family to serve as president of the organization. His broth' er Ivan was president during the 1968-63 school year. An all-state football guard last fall, he will attend Glendale Community College on an athletic scholarship. He intends to major in agriculture. Sweetheart of the FFA convention is Mary Alice Brown of Gilbert. She was chosen from among 35 other candidates for the Ecology unit inducts four FLAGSTAFF - Four persons were inducted into the new Advisory Commission on Arizona Environment during an organizational meeting here yesterday. New members of the commission, formerly known as the Governor's Commission on Arizona Beauty, are Joe Fallini, Arizona director of the U.S. Bureau of Land Management; Robert Lovegren, superintendent of Grand Canyon National Park; Fred Wirth, supervisor of Tonto National Forest, and Capt. C. Allen, area engineer for the Army Corps of Engineers. Commission Chairman F. J. MacDonald, Phoenix landscape architect, said the commission hopes to expand the scope of its work as an environmental organization. Dan Seaman, supervisor of Coconino National Forest, conducted a tour of the experimental Beaver Creek watershed research area. or ACROSS 1 Remains of a fire 6 US city 10 — de combat 14 Santa ~— 15 More or less round 16 Test 17 Concert violinist 18 Make less tough 20 Thermo —• rheo —21 Surface for film projection 22--Jones average 23 Monarchy 1 in the Himalayas 25 Certain bullets 27 Landscaper 30 Schooner: Abbr. 31 State: Abbr. 32 Scotland's Ben -—34 Clocked 38 Nuts 40 Become inactive 42 One taking up a sport 43 Cubic meter 45 Boxer's measurement 47 Negative conjunction 48 Hitchcock to his friends 50 Impassiveness 52 Quantity of freight 56 Extreme 57,American Indian 58 Felt one's way 60 Minute quantity 63 Small end-blown flute 65 Musical composition 66 Fortune 67 Erie or Stimter 68 Bird of prey's nest 69 Moved in water 70 "Born —" 71 Style DOWN 1 Animals 2 — cellar 3 Mankind: 2 words 4 Highly pleased 5 — Juan Islands .6 Of ordinary or less intelligence: 2 words 7 "—and . out" 8 Edouard «•»: ' Fr. painter Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: S L f> E S T 0 R 1 P U B 0 E S R S T A S A f E e N R T 9 Church leaders 10 Pronoun 11 Chemical compound 12 Keen-edged cutting instrument 13 Diving ducks 19 Make Into a statutt 21 More rational 24 Sing Sing or San Quentin: Slang 26 Voucher 27 Females: Slang 28 "Thanks • —!": 2 words 29 Springs up 33 Oscar or Emmy 35 Small representation 36 37 39 41 44 46 49 51 52 53 54 55 59 61 62 44 (5 8/15/70 Greek god Sleeping quarters: Informal Spoken Find fault with angrily Funeral oration Single or double Distant Ucon feature Shirt features Attorney 2 words G audio's accessory Anguish French parent Norse god Reward Valuable stone Put on the feedbaj Kite* /tefd /or Frank Clark, 98; Marana pioneer, 1st postmaster Department e\.head in Oklahoma is jaii!: |ij atttmj TUCSON (AP) - G. Emery Meador, former head of the mathematics department at Oklahoma City University, died yesterday in Tucson. He was 84. He is survived by his wife, Blanche, two sons, a daughter, 10 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. - U wen 1 MARANA — Graveside services for Frank Clark, 98, a Marana pioneer resident and the town's first postmaster who died Wednesday in a Tucson Nursing Home, were held yesterday in Valley Memorial Park at Coolidge. Born in Hiawatha, Kan., Mr. Clark came to Marana in 1920. He opened the first general store in Marana and also was responsible for the est a b 1 i s h m e n t of the first church, elementary school and high school in Marana. He served on the first boards of trustees of both schools. His name was engraved on the cornerstone of Marana's first high school and, when the new high school was built, the cornerstone was placed on the school grounds as a memorial to Mr. Clark. Milo A. Roberts Milo A. Roberts, owner of Mohawk Trailer Sales at 2811 E. Van Buren until January, died yesterday in St. Luke's Hospital. Mr. Roberts, 3701 N. 34th St., had served as an Air Force captain during World War II, was a member of the Villa Monterey Golf Club and its Hole-in-One Club. Born in Nankin, Ohio, he came to Phoenix in 1954 from Pueblo, Colo. He and his wife, Minnie, celebrated their 74th wedding anniversary on Feb. 22. Survivors in addition to his wife, include four sons, Edward of Tubac, Ernest of Marana, Dick of Phoenix, and Mickey of Coolidge; two daughters, Mrs. Herman Reyher of Marana and Mrs Leon Carver of Wyley, Colo.: one sister out of state; 16 grandchildren; 49 great- grandchildren and six great- great-grandchildren. John T. Soto HOLBROOK - Rosary for John T. Soto, 55, will be recited at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Owens Mortuary here. Funeral Mass will be said at 10 a.m. Monday in Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church with burial in Holbrook Cemetery. Mr. Soto died Thursday in Holbrook Hospital. Born in Magdalena, N.M., he had lived most of his life in Holbrook. For the -past 13 years he worked as a hand on the Glen Heward ranch. Survivors include his wife, Bennie; two sons, Raymond of Holbrook and Michael of Albuquerque; three daughters, Mrs. Juanita Ulibarri of Flagstaff and Mrs. Susan Cassaus and Josie Soto both of Albuquerque; one brother, Tony-of Grand Canyon; two half-brothers out of state; five sisters, Mrs. Delia Baldonado of Holbrook, Mrs. Cora Ber- grandchildren. Robert L. Gonzalez Survivors include his wife, Celia; three sons, Glenn and Jon, both of Phoenix and Allen of Davenport, Iowa; two ~ ~ ™, „„„. ^ uia DCt . daughters, Trisha Roberts of nal of Seligman, and three Phoenix and^Mrs. E. A. others out of state, and eight Barnes of Pueblo, and two grandchildren. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in Whit" " ' Graveside rites for Robert L. Gonzalez, 60, who died Wednesday in 1 his home, 759 E. Polk, will be at 9 a.m. Monday in St. Francis Cemetery, 48th Street and Oak. Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home made arrangements. Mr. Gonzalez, a former ney and Murphy's Arcadia Chapel, 4800 E. Indian School. Funeral Mass will be said at 8:30 a.m. Monday in St. Thomas Catholic Church, 4510 N. 24th St. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. The family suggests contributions to the St. Thomas School library fund. Betty B. Schmidt PARKER - Services for Mrs. Betty B. Schmidt, 75, who died at Desert Manor Rest Home in Yuma Wednesday, will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in the Parker Funeral Home. Burial will be in Parker Cemetery. Mrs. Schmidt came to Parker 25 years ago and had worked as a sales clerk at Byrite Market until her retirement about 10 years ago. She is survived by her husband, Roy, and one daughter, Mrs. Leon Hahn of Parker. ' Harriet Schartz Services for Mrs. Harriet C. Schartz, 73, who died Wednesday in a Phoenix hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Schartz, 608A N. 20th St., was born in Illinois and moved here 15 years ago. Survivors include a son, Norbert Odrowski of Lockport, 111.; two brothers in Illinois, and two grandchildren. Kearney B. Johnson Kearney B. Johnson, 79, an Army veteran of World War I and a member of Plumbers and Steamfitters Local 469, died Tuesday in Santa Paula, Calif. Mr. Johnson, a retired plumber, came to Miami in 1918 from his native Knickerbocker, Tex., and lived in Phoenix from 1942 to 1961. Survivors include his wife, Gladys; two daughters, Mrs. Marie McGuire of Mesa and Mrs. Clare Foster of Newhall, Calif.; four sons, Harold and Kearney Jr., both of Phoenix and Franklin and Lynn both of Santa Paula; two stepsons, Donald and Henry Thomas, and a sister, Mrs. Jewel Smith, all of Phoenix; two sisters out of state; 19 grandchildren, and 14 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 10 a.m. today in Greenwood Cemetery Chapel, 2300 W. Van Buren. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary made arrangements. Kate Carter Mrs. Kate J. Carter, 78, who moved to Phoenix in 1912 from her native Paris, Tex., and lived at 2S38 N. 11th St., died Wednesday in Doctors Hospital, Services will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will in Memory Lawn Cemetery. iHirvivo/'s include- t> M/n J ','.' M < ..,>!.: ,,f ]•!-„, .. ' : .,, construction worker, was born in Phoenix. He lived in Glendale many years before returning to Phoenix in 1956. Survivors include a brother, Manuel of Phoenix, and a sister, Mrs. Carmen Federico of Glendale. Joseph Harryn Joseph Harryn, 80, a retired steelworker who moved here in 1959 from Allentown, Pa., died Thursday in a Phoenix hospital. Mr. Harryn, 802 N. Second St., was born in Austria and came to America in 1913. Survivors include his wife, Martha. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. Monday in the Phoenix Calvary Temple, 6330 N. Central. Friends may call from'3 to 10 p.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Legal Advertising iven that an applica- LEGAL NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that „.,. tlon was filed with the Federal Communications Commission on July. 31, WO, seeking Its approval of the transfer of control of Shamrock Broadcasting, inc., licensee of Station KRIZ, Phoenix, Arzona. KRIZ operates on 1230 kHi, Phoenix, Arizona, with 1 kw. power, daytime,' and 25 watts power, nighttime. Shamrock Broadcasting, Inc., Is an Arizona corporation^ whose officers, directors "•" -'(holders are John L. Whef' A—Yin. •••.-•••"ling, .D. C. Sutherland, He A. .Wheeler, and Gerald J,. Strlck. Wti plica in L. Wheeler, id, Helene i, arrlck. The they sell all iiivi. «iwvn in ni£ menace to Doubledav Broadcasting Company, Inc. Doubleday Broadcasting Company. Inc., Is a Texas corporation whose officers and directors are Me son Doubleday, John T. Sarsent, ohni W. O'Donnell, David G. Scrlbner tawond R. Ammarell, Jr., John Vacca, *?L d J?. n TA™?!:' John W. Webber, George application "proposeir'tWat stock in the licensee Ing Co day t ration r str_. fleday","" Olive' O'Donnell " Brady, & Company, Inc., a Dela in, whose principal officer 'or stockholders are John mond R. Ammarell Jr., I snd/or ., laymond IVH ur wvuvic" lelaware corpo- :ers, directors, if, Sargent, .....— ... „.., Nelson Dou..Jf. er S. u son < John 'W. Milton Runvon, Nlcho as f. Is Goe.let,..David.R.Replo- -.'..•-r, * iun\:ib ijoe ei, uav g R. Re ale, Alexander C. Hoffman Walter 71 Freese, John J, O'Neill, John W. Web' cLaushlin, J . 7ebber, lames McGra,th, George; A. r »hf D F.' Sennstact 'A copy of the material are on fi at the studio of on West Buckeye Road, Phoeni frt G'. Payne ration and related >ubii enry Jphn Published 15, 18, 'of the application and related jre. on file for public Inspection jtudlo of Station KRIZ at 334S keye Road, Phoenix, Arizona. I: Arizona Republic, August ,14, 20,1970. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Building Demolition ' 'August 19, 1970 Bids opened Auai „ Prelects 1-10-3 (87) "s" sgrvfeu-w^ A*iV • tit. . **. "v. .^iFBISt'i itreet-Van B'ureh" ..Phoenix, Arizona .. Sherman Street-Van nd Avenue-7th Ave- Ayenue.-7th. Street; •16th Street; Sealed bids will be received until 11:00 Observatory Time by West- he above date, and then «nd read at the Arizona •rn.'.'U.nlonr'oMTre-a-bove opened «n j • par . ..loom, , .,.„..„, Ar""" 1 " c«!yed after . proposed work ^bolldlnss -, e e n '-u Commls 04 South 17 Ave e. %lds . willi be nt thirty pr work Is to bt I lsslon snue, re- ,..-„,,„ within from the award —.... (30) working days ,, um i MB awara of ^on/racf and written authorization to bidders shall be iplltlon contractor -. ..v, (78 Slat. is of the Depart- C.F.R., Part. 8), men! of Commerce (IS IS$U6u DUTSUdnt to M trh. ferlVrf 5 'V " wll^flPSwVvBy tnsyrc trot the —• —• - • ... Wont Jo )|,J4 «>><ilCtl] 10 ihl K),,i.;1 act, hereby — .. will affirmat contrdcl entered Into pur- will

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