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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - December 28, 1972, Tucson, Arizona PAGE 40 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1972 HarvilPs DWI plea innocent' Richard A. Harvill, president emeritus of the University of Arizona, pleaded innocent be- fore City Magistrate William W. Brashear-in City Court to- day to a charge of driving while intoxicated. Brashear set a Feb. 9 trial date in the case. Harvill, 67, of 2943 E. Hawthorne St., now a UA economics professor and for 20 years president of the school, was arrested on South Craycroft Road north of East 22nd Street shortly before a.m. today. Patrolman James Messmer said he had been advised by a citizen that someone was driv- ing in an erratic manner near S. Craycroft Road and E. 32nd St. Messmer said Harvill, who was alone, refused to take a Breathalyzer test. Harvill was released on bond of at 5 a.m. Pepsi Cola sends water to Nicaragua MIAMI (AP) Pepsi Cola Co. will provide cans of pure water for vic- tims of the Managua, Nica- ragua, earthquake. The company's general manager, George Mason, said Pepsi was donating the materials and about a dozen production workers had volunteered to prepare the shipment. Mason said the water, about gallons, was to be delivered to Lancia Air Lines in Miami today for transportation to the Nicara- guan city, which has been without a reliable water sup- ply since the earthquake struck Saturday. Race cuts off hour SCOTCH PLAINS, N.J. (UPI) Ten swimmers rang- ing in age from 15 to 19 broke their own 100-mile marathon relay swimming mark set: last: year at the local YMCA pool. Coach Frank Wilkinson said the boys finished the event in more than one hour faster than their previous mark. Farmers, ranchers pick representatives Pima County farmers and ranchers have elected a five- man committee to represent them to the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) in 1973. Carlos L. Hernandez, the newly appointed county execu- tive director of the Agricul- ture Stabilization and Con- servation Service of the USDA, announced the election of James K. Wong of Marana as committee chairman; Ludd M. Payne of Tucson as vice chairman; Walter R. Buck- elew of regular mem- ber; John W. King, a rancher in southern Pima County, first alternate; and Warren Cul- bertson of Tucson, second al- ternate. The committee will operate under the service to regulate crop stabilization, emergency disaster assistance, and price- support programs in Pima County. Former brakeman sues SP over alleged head injuries A former train brakeman for Southern Pacific Trans- portation Co. has filed a 000 lawsuit against the rail- road company for injuries he clamis he suffered in an acci- dent Sept. Noble F. Shedcl, 51, Tucson, filed suit in Pima County Su- perior Court yesterday alleg- ing that, while riding near a window in a Southern Pacific caboose between El Paso and Lordsburg, N.M., he was struck in the head by a rock or other object as the train passed Lizard Siding in New Mexico. claims Pa- cific was negligent in not us- ing proper care to provide him a safe place to work. He claims to have suffered head, body and nervous system in- juries as a result of the in- cident. After being disabled from Sept. 19 to Dec. Shedd returned to his job but was forced to stop working last Au- gust because of his physical condition. Re elected James J. Di Pietro, a Tucson chiropractor, lias been re- clcctcd president of the Italian- American Club of Tucson for 1873. New officers elected at the club's annual meeting' in- cluded Charles Aquilina, vice president; Anne Carlson, sec- retary; San Caccevale, treas- urer, and Adelaide Fridena. financial secretary. The club meets twice monthly at 2537 N. Stone Ave. CS. Goff, ex-senator, dies at 78 CASA GRANDE (AP) Former state Sen. Charles S. who served 18 years in the Arizona Legislature, died yesterday at Hoemake Com- munity Hospital. He was 78. Goff, a was elect- ed to the Arizona House in 1938 and served two additional terms in the lower chamber before being elected to the Senate, where he served six terms. He also served 14 years on the Casa Grande City Council. Funeral Services are sched- uled Saturday at Cole and Maud Mortuary. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Goff is survived by his wid- ow, Eva; two sons, Warren of Casa Grande and Harry of Du- rango, Colo.; and four .grand- children. iOlel.Haslt Saturday's FLOWERS BY HAL BURNS 3600 E SPEEDWAY 325-2634 v> "J He moved to Phoenix because he caree Tetl ftushtcfii lets Tucsonians know what's hap- pening in our State Capitol. He reports on the dramatic and important changes taking place in our state government. Ted tells you how Tuc- son will be affected' by proposed legislation, administrative decisions, political realignments and policy shifts. Ted grew up in Ontario, Canada. While study- ing civil engineering he discovered he was more interested in journalism. So he became a reporter-photographer for Thompson "News- papers, the world's largest newspaper chain. He came to the Southwest as managing editor of the Gallup Independent for four years while his wife was working on her Ph.D. in anthro- pology at the University of New Mexico. He joined the Citizen in January. 1972, and was an editorial writer and reporter before his appointment as Phoenix bureau chief. As a former campaign worker with candidates for the Canadian Parliament, Ted approaches our political system with an inquiring mind. He asks the questions you want asked and gets the answers as he writes about the complex- ities of the state government in Phoenix. laib Qiiliztn YOUR PRIME-TIME NEWSPAPER Subscribe Now Phone 622-5855 :A VERY IMPORTANT COUPON! gets you These Regular Features; Don Schellie Dave Spriggs onsp0ris Roscoe Drummond Andy Cdpp Blondie Bill Quimby on outdoors Dick Tracy Arizona Album Erma Bombeck Jim Murray Ann Landers Dennis the Menace Carl Porter 0nsPorts Hove Citizen delivered .....every afternoon----- Circulation Dept. Tucson Daily Citizen P.O. Box 5866 Tucson, Arizona 85703 Start delivering the Citizen to the address be- low at the rate of. 60 cents peryweek and continue until further notice. NAME_ ADDRESS- CITY_ _ APT- ZIP_ PHONE_ FUNERAL NOTICES J ALTAMIRANO, Lupita Sa- nora, 37, of 6901 E. Calle Os- ito, passed away Dec. 25. Survived by husband Oscar Ruben Altamirano; sons, Os- car, Jr., Ruben; daughter, Lisa; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jose Sanora, Of Ajo; also bro- thers and sisters. Rosary was recited Wednesday evening at the Catholic Church in Ajo. Mtiss will be offered Thurs- day 10 a.m. at the Catholic Church in Ajo. Burial will be in Ajo, Arizona. BUCHTA, William H., 81, of E. 18th Street, passed away December 27, 1972. Survived by two sons, Her- man Buchta of Detroit, Mich., and Charles Buchta of Tucson; six grandchil- dren, Roger and Sharon Buchta and Loretta Linehan all of Tucson, Edward, Den- nis and Gary Buchta all of Detroit; two great-grand- children, Lynette Waynick and Robert Buchta of Tuc- son. Funeral services a.m., Friday in Palms Mor- tuary Chapel with Rev. John Lundering of Spanish Trail Lutheran Church officiating. Entombment in Tucson Me- morial Park, East Lawn. Friends may call at Palms Mortuary, 5225 E. Speed- way, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 p.m., Thursday. CHUBA, Joseph, 45, of 622 S. Alandale, passed away De- cember 27. 1972. Arrange- ments to be announced by Palms Mortuary. DANN. Kenneth Shipley, 68, of G625 Paseo died December 27, 1972. Husband of Irene I. Dunn; stepson of Mrs. W. W. Dann. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to your favorite chari- ly. Arrangements by firing's Broadway Chapel. G910 E. Broadway. DRAKE, William R., 73r of 5755 S. Fontana, entered into rest. December 25, 1972. Sur- vived by friend, Mrs. Helen G. Chiano of Tucson. Funer- al services will be held at Abbey Funeral Chapel, Fri- day, December 29 at 11 a.m. Interment will follow in Holy Hope Cemetery. Friends may call at Abbey Funeral 3435 N. 1st Avc. (bet. Ft. Lowell Prince Wednesday and Thursday, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. LEYBA, Victor, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ley- ba, Sr. of 1327 Nieding Rd., passed away December 2fith. I FUNERAL NOTICES I Brother of Delia, Victoria, Michael and Pablo; grand- son of Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Leyba, Mr. and Mrs. Leop- oldo Fierro. Graveside ser- vices will be held Thursday afternoon at T.M.P., South Lawn. Arrangements by Tucson Mortuary. LYMAN, Winifred Glenn, 72, of 3026 N. Oracle, died De- cember 25, 1972.'Brother of B. H. Lyman of, Tucson, Frank Lyman of Amarillo, Texas and Mrs. Georgia Drake of Amarillo; stepfa- ther of John M. Grady of Amarillo, Mrs. G. D. Stough of Tucson, Mrs. C. C. Sisco of Glendale, Mrs. Mary Mauld- en of Amarillo and Mrs. Loretta Spradling of Ama- rillo. Graveside services 1 p.m. Friday, December 29, at Evergreen Cemetery, Dr. George Tolman officiating. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Thursday, December 28, at Bring's Memorial Chapel, 236 S. Scott. MCDONALD, Helen x, 66, of fiOO W. Calle Seville, passed away December 27, 1972. Survived by sister, Mrs. Carl R. Oswell, of Tucson; two nieces. Services' will be held Friday, December 29, 1972 at 3 p.m. in Hope Meth- odist Church, 6740 S. Santa Clara. Interment Tucson Memorial Park, South Lawn. Friends may call at the Arizona Mortuary (Uni- versity at Stone) Thursday afternoon and evening. Auy remembrances may be made to the Arthritic Foun- dation. McNALLY, Leo F., 81, of 224 W. Weisshorn, passed away Dec. 17 after a long ill- ness. Beloved husband of Helen D., Tucson: father of Virginia C., of Calif. Me- morial Services will be Sat- urday 4 p.m. at St. Andrews Presbyterian Church with Rev. Robert B. Dulaney and Dr. Ernest Ackerman offici- ating. Donations may be made to St. Andrews Pres- byterian Church or to the Cancer Fund. Arrangements by the Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. MOLINA, Reyes C., 85, of Box 43, Oracle, Ariz., passed away December 25th. Fa- ther of Mrs. Helen Rivera, Mrs. Mildred Molera of Tuc- son, Miss Rita Molina, Jim- my and Ben Molina of Oracle, Alfredo Molina of Los Angeles; brother of Mrs. Guadalupe Montano of Phoe- nix; 17 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Thursday 8 p.m. at Tucson Mortuary Chapel. Mass will be offered Friday a.m. at St. Au- FUNERAL NOTICES gustine Cathedral. Inter- ment in Holy Hope Ceme- tery. MOSS, Maymie, 72, of 737 N. Benton Blvd., passed away December 26, 1972. Survived by husband, Mortimer; daughter, Mrs. Betty Car- penter; grandsons, Robert and J. L. Carpenter; grand- daughters, Anita Higgins and Sandra Elliott; one great-granddaughter; broth- ers, Jess and Ernest Robin- son; sisters, Annie Nofthcutt and Elizabeth Sharp. The Rev. J. Vernon Conner will conduct services on Thurs- day, December 28, 1972 at 7 p.m. in Noel Evangelical Methodist Church, 166 E. Roger Rd: Friends may call at the Arizona Mortuary Eastside Chapel, 4601 E. 1st St. (one block west of Swan Rd.) from 12 Noon to 5 p.m. and after 6 p.m. at the Church on Thursday. Inter- ment in Berry, Kentucky. Family, suggests remem- brances to the Building Fund of Noel Evangelical Methodist Church. ROSENTHAL, Frances, of 348 Paseo Lobo, Green Val- ley, died December 27, 1972. Survived by husband, Wil- liam Rosenthal; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Ralph Youhkers, of Tucson, and Mrs: Lee Donaldson of Lovelock, Nev.; and five grand- children. Funeral services at Bring's Broadway Chapel, 10 a.m. Saturday, December 30, Rev. Bruce Craft officiating. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Friday, December 29, at Bring's Broadway Chapel, 6910 E. Broadway. SCHROEDER, William, 60 of 660 N. Catalina, passed away Dec. 25. Services will be Thursday 1 p.m. in the Adair Chapel with Past State Commanders, Dept. of Arizona, D.A.V. officiating. Arrangements by the Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. SUBLETTE, Joel A., Sr.. 76, 15505 N. Coronado Forest Drive, Catalina, Az., entered' into rest December 23rd', 1972, a resident of Arizona for 49 years, retired U.S. Customs Inspector, and Dep- uty Sheriff in Pima County. Husband of Delia M.; father of Joel A. Sublette, Jr., Mary Maxine McMahon, Barbara J. Olson, all of Tuc- son; and Alexandra D. Hess, of Wheatfield, Ind., 11 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren; brother of William M. Sublette, of Ca- yucos, Calif. Funeral ser- vices will be held at Abbey Funeral Chapel, Thursday, December 28th at 2 p.m. In- terment will follow in Ever- green Cemetery. Friends may call at Abbey Funeral Chapel, 3435 N. 1st Ave., (bet. Ft. Lowell Prince Rd.) Tuesday and Wednes- day 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Thursday 10 a.m. until ser- vice time. TIREY, Anna A., 78, 1501 Hedrick Drive, passed away in Lubbock, Texas, Decem- ber 23rd, 1972. Survived by her husband, Clovis G., one daughter, Betty Ann Mclnnes, of Odessa, Texas, son, Laran E. Tirey, of Tuc- son; 6 grandchildren; sis- ters, Ida Mae Smyth, and Helen Stewart, both of Tuc- son. Funeral services will be from Arizona Mortuary Chapel, University at N. Stone, Friday, December 29th at 10 a.m. with entomb- ment in the Mausoleum at Tucson Memorial Park, South Lawn. UNDERBILL, George E., 91, 1824 N. Winstell Blvd., passed away Dec. 27. Sur- vived by daughter, Imogene Walker, Tucson; three grandchildren; eight great- grandchildren; three great- grcal-grandchildreri. Private services were held. Arrange- ments by the Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speed- way. VAN HOOK, Delnias E., 64, passed away in Kansas City, Mo., December 20th, 1972. Survived by a daughter, Marlene Craig, Miami, Fla.; two sons, Charles B. Van Hook, Sierra Vista, Az., and Jack E. Van Hook, Hua- chuca City, Az.; 8 grand- children; two sisters, Bonnie Raborn and Murrel Van Hook, both of Tucson. Ser- vices will be held Thursday, December 28, 1972 at p.m. in the Arizona Mor- tuary Chapel (University at Stone) with Rev. John Coatsworth, of Park Avenue Christian Church, offici- ating. Interment Tucson Me- morial Park, South Lawn. Friends may call at the Ari- zona Mortuary after 6 p.m. on Wednesday.
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