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Phoenix, Arizona
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1 wmm Obituaries Fred Grey Hamilton, 55; ivas fighter pilot in WWII . Fred Grey Hamilton, 55, who was born in El Centro, Calif., and brought to Jerome as an infant, died of a heart attack Sunday in Garden Grove, Calif. Mr. Hamilton, 10731 Stanford Ave., Garden Grove, had been an industrial arts teacher on the Indian Reservation at Poston two years until about 1970. A former newspaper carrier for .The Arizona Republic in Tempe, he had divided his time between California and the Valley the past 20 years. During World War II he was a fighter pilot with the John Peter Reiss SCOTTSDALE - John Peter Reiss, 64, treasurer and a director of the C. Reiss Coal Co. until 1946 and founder of a building firm in 1948 until retiring here in 1968 from his native Sheyboygan, Wis., died Thursday in Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. Mr. Reis s, 8634 E. McKenzie Drive, had attend-e d Georgetown Prepatory School four years and the Cahtolic University and Marquette University. Survivors include his wife, Ruth; two sons, Peter W. of Scottsdale and John Jr. of Essex Junction, Vt.; three daughters, Mrs. Jack Klauch of Rapid City, S.D., Mrs. Louis Kosednar of Wauwato-sa, Wis., and Mrs. Thomas McDonagh of Larkspur, Calif. ; a sister in Illinois, and 21 grandchildren. Rosary will be at 7:30 p.m. tomrrow in Messinger Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School. Mass will be at 10 a.m. Monday in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Church, S. Miller Road at Second St. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Cameron Elliott MESA - Cameron O. Elliott, 65, a native of Rock Island County, III, who moved here 18 months ago from Mo-line, 111., and lived at 234 N. Center, died Thursday in Mesa Lutheran Hospital. . Survivors include his wife, Leona; and a son, Marvin of Milan, 111. Services and burial will be in Eddington, 111., Gibbons Mortuary announced. James R. Hawley James Roderick Hawley, 67, who had been a plumbing and heating supply salesman in Minnesota, died Thursday in his home, 351 E. Thomas. Mr. Hawley had been a member of the Church of St. Francis Xavier since retiring to Phoenix two years ago. Born in Pine City, Minn., he was graduated from St. Thomas College in St. Paul. Survivors include his wife, Margaret; a sister, Mrs. Charles Reichow of Phoenix, and a sister in Minnesota. Rosary will be tomorrow af-t e r n o o n in White Funeral Home in Minneapolis, followed by Mass Monday morning in the Church of St. Olaf. Burial will be in St. Marys Cemetery in Minneapolis, Whitney & Murphy Funeral Home announced. Saturnino Ramirez Mass for Saturnino A. Ramirez, 67, will be at 9 a.m. today in Immaculate Heart Church, 909 E. Washington. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Rosary was yesterday in Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center. Mr. Ramirez, 1407 S. Third Ave., was born in Mexico and came to Phoenix 10 years ago. He had been a" laborer. Survivors include his wife, Apolonia; a son, Miguel; and a daughter, Mrs. Jovita Loera, all of Phoenix; two sisters out of state, and 13 great-grandchildren. Ervin W. Rheiugans Ervin William Rheingans, . 66, who had been a postal clerk at Kenai, Alaska, where his wife was postmaster, died Wednesday in his home, 1110 W.Maryland. The Rheinganses moved here 10, years ago from Kenai. Mr. Rheingans, who was affiliated with Bethany Bible Church, was born in Ap-pleton, Minn. Survivors include his wife, Joyce; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Augustine of Portland, Ore.; two brothers and five sisters out of state, and two grandchildren. . Private services will be today in Memory Lawn Mortuary. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Army Air Corps in the Pacific. After the war he was graduated from college in Long Beach, Calif. Near retirement from the Long Beach Naval Shipyard, he was chairman of its incentive awards program and had earned citations for outstanding service. He was a life member of Haven Methodist Church at Jerome and had been a Shriner for many years. Survivors include his wife, Jean; and a daughter, Linda Hamilton, both of Garden Grove; two married daughters, Sandra of Texas and Janice of Ferndale, Mich.; a son, Fred Jr. of Ferndale; a sister, Mrs. Evelyn H. Taylor of Phoenix; two half-brothers, Perry W.Scott of Phoenix and William M. Scott of Sacramento, and nine grandchildren. At Mr. Hamilton's request his body was cremated and the ashes scattered at sea. Sefronia Critel fafc A...jfc Sefronia Critel Sefronia Martha "Billie" Critel, 65, who came here nine years ago from Santa Ana, Calif., died Thursday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mrs. Critel, 5628 S. Clambake Bay Court, had moved from Phoenix to Tempe a month ago. She was born in Weleetka, Okla. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Janice Morrow of Tempe, Mrs. Martha Chandler of Burbank, Calif., and Mrs. Etta Mae Morrow of Phoenix; three brothers and three sisters out of state, and three grandchildren. Memorial services will be at 3:30 p.m. Monday in Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center, 1020 W. Washington. Burial will be private. The family suggests contributions to the Heart Fund. Nelson M. Horey MESA Nelson M. Horey, 68, a retired salesman for the Electrolux Co. who came to Arizona 22 years ago from New York, died Wednesday in Mesa Southside District Hospital. Mr. Horey, 657 W. First Place, was born in Williams-ville, N.Y. Survivors include his wife Mabel; a son, Melvin N. of Phoenix; a daughter, Gloria Mae Horey of Mesa; two brothers and two sisters out of state, and four grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. Monday in Larry J. Melcher Mortuary, 43 S. Stapley. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Joseph E. Valenta MESA - Joseph E. Valenta, 84, who had farmed for many years in his native Wilson, Kan-, before retiring to Mesa in 1950 from Holyrood, Kan., died Thursday in Mesa Lutheran Hospital. Survivors of Mr. Valenta, 227 N. Hall, his wife, Rose; two daughters, Mrs. Vic Klema of Mesa and Mrs. Joseph Vlcek of Wilson; two grandchildren, and five greatgrandchildren. Services and burial will be in Wilson, Larry J. Melcher Mortuary announced. - HOUSE-BUYING BANNED MOGADISHU, Somalia (AP) The Supreme Revolutionary Council has announced that high government officials will be banned from buying new houses. "The era in which holding public position was a means to get rich quickly has gone once and for all," the Information Ministry said. School chief, in favor of busing, quits Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO - Thorn-as A. Shaheen, superintendent of schools and an advocate of integration through busing, bowed to a hostile school board yesterday and resigned. "I want in no way to be associated with the present board of education," Shaheen, 55, told the nearly 200 persons in the audience at a special board meeting. The seven-member board voted 5 to 2 to accept the resignation. Shaheen said the board had "blown the chance for educational greatness," and substituted a "retrogressive position which will make the mediocre schools of San Francisco even poorer." A controversial figure since he became schools chief here in 1970, Shaheen came increasingly under fire last fall after he instituted a busing program to comply with court-ordered integration of the city's 97 elementary schools. Several parents' groups kept their children home in protest during the first days of school, and in Chinatown a number of "freedom schools" were set up so children would not have to be bused out of their neighborhood. The eventual elementary school enrollment of 40,-000 was nearly 6,000 below initial projections for the year. Mayor Joseph Alioto stated his opposition to the busing program,, and the city's two major teachers' groups criticized a "lack of leadership." In February tne school board asked for Shaheen's resignation, but he refused, saying: "The issue here is much more than the future of Tom Shaheen. It goes to the very heart of how school superintendents in the cities of America are to be treated." Failing to gain his resignation, the 'board stripped him of much of his power, creating a new post of deputy superintendent with the power to watch over Shaheen in fiscal and business affairs. It also voted to kill Shaheen's plan to extend the busing program to the city's junior high schools next fall. Deserted mom's mortgage ivoes resolved by Good Samaritans Associated Press MELBOURNE, Fla. - Deserted by a husband who left her with five children, Beauty Hines has been helped by neighbors who raised $1,000 in 10 days to keep a roof over the family's head. Mrs. Hines, who works as a maid, lives in a federally subsidized home in this city 30 miles south of Cape Kennedy. But a month ago, she said, her husband left without saying where he was going. It wasn't until he was gone that she discovered he h a d n 't bothered to pay the mortgage for several months. She was told she was $1,009.80 behind in the payments and that the mortgage would be foreclosed Aug. 24 unless she came up with the money before then. About two weeks ago, word of Mrs. Hines' problem spread through the neighborhood. It also reached some of the people she does housework for. One of her employers, Mrs. Frederick Christ, start 2 finally marry after 3 tries ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (AP) It took three times, but Ram on a Mockel and Charles Telegdy finally are legally married. Their church wedding July 21 took place one day after their marriage license expired, court official Roy James informed the couple after they returned from a North Carolina honeymoon. So they were married again Aug. 11. A few days later, James apologized for having to tell them that the marriage license still was no good be- Diggers find tomb of Jesuit missionary United Press EAST LANSING, Mich. -Archaeologists from Michigan State University have unearthed the ancient cellar where Father Jacques Marquette was buried by his Huron Indian parishioners in 1677. The diggers also reported yesterday they discovered part of the old Huron Indian village that stood next to Marquette's mission near present day St. Ipace. "We have enough evidence now to warrant planning major restoration work at and near the Marquette mission site," said Lyle M. Stone, who directed the university's archaeological digs and fields surveys this summer. Stone and Charles E. Cle-land, curator of anthropology at the university museum, led teams of students and volunteers from various historical societies and staff members from the Michigan depart Illinois judge blocks old boy -young girl law Associated CHICAGO - A Circuit Court judge yesterday ruled unconstitutional a n Illinois law that treats 17-year-old boys as adults in court proceedings but 17-year-old girls as juveniles. Judge Wayne Olson dis- 25 too old for youth delegate GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (AP) There was a time when you crossed the generation gap at 30. Now it's 18. N. David Hill, a 25-year-old Grand Valley State College student, was informed this week he cannot serve as youth representative on the Grand Rapids Manpower Area Planning Council because he is too old. Officials told the Kent County Board of Commissioners they would have to nominate someone else. And, since 18-year-olds are now legally adults in Michigan, the nominee cannot be older than 17. ed organizing and trying to raise the money. "Beauty is a very nice lady and was deep in trouble," Mrs. Christ said. "She had never complained or asked for anything at any time." The money came in slowly, mostly in contributions ranging from $1 to $5, but it came in steadily. Tuesday, two days before the foreclosure was to take, place, Mrs. Christ and a group of friends walked into the mortgage company office and handed over $1,008.40 in a wad of small bills. "Beauty is the heroine of this story. She has worked hard to keep her family together and to beautify her home," Mrs. Christ said. "I didn't know I had so many good friends," Mrs. Hines exclaimed. "We have lived in our house for just one year, and we worked so hard to make it nice." Her children range in age from 8 to 18, and the eldest takes care of the younger children so Mrs. Hines can work. Melbourne City Councilman cause the minister misdated it July 21. "It can't be," said Romona. "You've got to be kidding." James said Pinellas County wanted to atone a bit for all the trouble, so the third license was given to them and the county waived the blood test requirement. County Judge David Seth Walker performed the ceremony at noon Monday without charge. And James had a marriage license clerk read, re-read and edit the license. International ment of state's history division. The cellar was originally discovered in 1877 by Father Edward Jacker who had learned that Marquette's body was moved in 1677 from present-day Ludington, where he died in 1675, to his mission north of the Mackinac Straits. Although the cellar site was lost in the ensuing years, archaeologists were able to find it through reports written by Jacker. Artifacts found near the cellar site apparently confirm the existence of a large Huron Indian village near pre-. sent day St. Ignace that was described on a 1684 map by the French explorer Baron de la Hontan. The archaeologists discovered remains of two walls and several artifacts including Indian pottery, flint chip-pings, arrowheads, projectile points and a trash pit full of fish bones. Press missed drug charges against seven 17-y e a r -o 1 d Chicago youths on the grounds that the law is "grossly arbitrary and clearly unconstitutional." His ruling came after arguments by Sheila Murphy-Ra-cey, an assistant public defender, who asked the judge: "Is it fair to treat a 17-year-old girl as a juvenile and at the same time bring a 17-year-old boy into an adult court, giving him a criminal record that will affect him for the rest of his life? "Is it legal to put a 17-year-old boy in the county jail just because he is a boy and not a girl?" The state argued that it was not up to the judge to decide the constitutionality of a section of the state's Juvenile Court Act, that the decision is that of the Illinois State Supreme Court or the General Assembly. Judge Olson replied: "I feel a boy is being deprived of his constitutional right to equal protection under the law when the state allows 17-year-old girls to be treated as juveniles but treats boys of the same age as adults." Julius Montgomery made sure she'll be able to keep her home. He contacted federal Housing and Urban Development officials, who promised that arrangements will be made to refinance the mortgage so that payments match what Mrs. Hines is able to pay. Legal Advertising NOTICE OF INTENT TO RECEIVE BIOS BIO NO. 72.59 Sealed bids will be received until 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday, JO August ivi Dy ,ne Business Office of the Arizona Department of Public Safety at tne Phoenix Headquarters of the Arizona Department ot pudiic satetv, zuiu west tncanto oou. evara. nnnentx. Arizona. ITEM: SALE OF VEHICLE ROLL BARS A. Three hundred twentv-six 1326) vehi. cle roll bars. B. koii cars may d insoectea at tne Arizona Department of Public Safety Pa trol Shop, 2010 west tncanto Boulevard. Phoenix, Arizona from 1:00 a.m. until t'M D.m. on 28 anri ?9 Auautt 1972 And from 8:00 a.m. until 1:30 P.m. on,30 ALiauct vt. irerm win no arcreprfla as Is" by the successful bidder. i. i ne ueoartment ot ruonc aatetv reserves the right to reiect any or all bids. .. .... D. koh cars must oe removed tram tne premises within ten (10) davs after sale. DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY JAMES J. HEGARTY. Director Published: Arizona Republic August 21. a. 23. 24. 25. 26. If 72. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby oiven that sealed bids will be received bv the Board of Education of Phoenix Union Hioh School Svs-tem District No. 21D of Maricopa County. Arizona., for the following: rurmaii oitu 11131011 ,uw riuvrnm - Special Classroom East High School. Bid Call No. 2-972. seaiea oias ar to De tuea wnn tne Rusinet Manaaer. 41$ East Grant Street Phoenix, Arizona, on or before 11:00 a.m. - Seotember 1. 1972. Bids will be publicly opened and read aloud in the Conference Room no. 27 at 415 bast irant street. Phoenix. Arizona, by the Business Manager or his duly authorized representa tive- . . .. . ... ... Nnaritiratinns to wnirn yn nia can must conform are available at the Division of Supply and Property, 415 East Gram street, pnoenix, Arizona. BOARD Or EDUCATION, . . PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL SYS TEM DISTRICT NO. 210 OF MARICOPA COUNTY ABTIZUNA , ? rARIH TN WARNtR.L frR Piihllrtinn dates- Aritona Republic - Au gust 24, 25, 26, 27, 1972; Phoenix Gazettt August 24, 2i, 26. ivz. NOTICE OF SALE AT PUBLIC AUCTION Or MOTOR VEHICLE FOB LABOR. REPAIRS AND STORAGE Public notice is hereby given that the undersigned will sell at public auction for cash to the highest bidder the fnllowina described property: One 15 Porsche Serial No. 106271 to be sold at s:uo p.m. on aeptemoer 3 1972 at the Flying uutenman at 4ivu c Indian School Rd. Said auction and sale will be held pursuant to the provisions of Sections 33-10 and 33-1023, Arizona Revised Statutes, 1956, for the purpose of satisfying the lien of the undesigned for tabor, repairs and storage turnisneo saio ve-Da'ted at Phoenix, Arizona, this 21st day of August, 1972 aV. int rLt'Piu uwiv.nnnn 42n F Indian School Rd Phoenix, Arizona 15018 PUBLISHED: ARIZONA KEKUBLH.. August 24, 25, 26. 1972. Legal Advertising NOTICE OF INTENT TO RECEIVE BTOS Bin ion rt.u Sealed bids will be received until 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, 29 August 197? pv the Business office of the Arizona Depart, ment. of Public Safety at the Phoenix Headquarters of the Arizona Department of Public Safety. 2010 West Encanto Bou levard, phoenix. Arizona SALfc Or MUB F MOBILE HOME .Longmark mobile home A. One 1965 Longmark approximately 12' x 60 with trl axle cnassis. b. Moon nome may De inspected at Tne Ar zona Hignwav ueoartment Yard Pavson, Arizona from 8:00 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. on 21 mru -a. ana 28 August 1972 Item w I be accepted " " hv th successful bidder. i. me uepartmenr ot pudiic safety reserves tne rignt io reiect anv or an hide. Q. Mobile home mutt he remnveH Irnm the premises within ten (10) davs after sale. Moyino expenses to be paid bv the successful oiooer. E. Mobile home to be bid as follows: EQUIPMENT NO. T-005 Make Long- tent DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY JAMES J. HEGARTY l.i . j . .. Director ruoiisneo: Arizona Keouoiic. August 21. U, 14. 44. 25, 26, 1977. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby qiven that sealed bids will be received by the Board of Educa tion of pnoenix union High school System District No. 210 of Maricopa County, Arizona, for the followlna: Furnish and Install Resilient Floor Covering. Gymnasium Floors at Central and rnoenix union man scnoois. ma call No. 1-972. Sealed bids are to be filed with the Business Manager, 415 tast Grant street, Phoenix. Arizona, on or before 10:00 a,m September 1. 1972. Bids will he oublirlv opened and read aloud In the Conference Koom no. 726 at 415 tast orant street, Phoen x, Arizona, by the Busines Man. aqer or his duly authorized representa tive. Specifications to which this bid call must conform are available at the Divi sion of Supply and Property, 415 East orant street, rnoenix, Arizona. BOARD OF EDUCATION. PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL SYS TEM DISTRICT NO. 210 OF MARICOPA COUNTY ARIZi ZONA s Carolyn Warner. Clerk Publication dates: Arizona Renublir An oust 24, 25, 26. 27, 1972; Phoenix Gazette August 24. 25,26, 177. ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAI-tIT CALL FOR BIDS DPS BID NO. 72-5B The Arizona Department of Public Safety is callina for hirft tnr m Wirrn. film Camera and ReaderPrinter. Copies of specifications, conditions and bid forms are available upon request from ine ousme&s unite or tne Arizona De. partment of Public Safety, 2010 W. En DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY JMrYlED J. nCuMK 1 T Director Bid Opening 30 August 197? Published: Arizona Reoublic and Phoe nix Gazettt: August 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, Marriage Licenses ARNOLD-BELCAtV' Carl, 74, Buck eye; tditn e., 73, 1629 E. Granada Road ARNOLD-HAYES: Leonard L., 18, Scottsdale; Corinne L 17, Tempe BAXTER-TROY: Jack L , 27, 1937 E. Van Buren; Frances Slater 29, 1429 E. Purdue BEEM-CKOCKETT: Mark Lo'ren, 22; Kay( Elyse, 21, both of Riverside, BOLDEN-SMITH: Johnson R., 24; Loretta v.. 23, both of Scottsdale. CALVIN-JOHNS: Michael D., 22, 5145 N. Seventh St.; Rose Ann, 21, 5145 N. Seventh St. CAMERON-ST. CLAIR: William Barrett, 25, 2622 E. Whitton; Christine Lois, 25, 2514 N. Ninth St. CAMPING-BOLT: Paul Craig. 20, 2015 N. 38th Way; Susan Carol, 19, 2038 N. 2Vth Place CASTLEMAN-THOMPSON, Robert III, 19, Ft. Benning, Ga.; Janell Mae, 18 6812 S. Fourth Ave. CLARK-WINTERS: Stanley Lester, 38, 3138 W. Holly; Anna K 34, 3618 W. San Miguel EGINTON-RICHAROS: Donald W., 22, 2929 N. Greenfield Road; Lucille A., 22, Tempe ELLISON-MARTIN: Roger .. 20, 3305 W. Orangewood; Roann B 20. 2041 W. Berridge FARHAT-FARHAT: David D., 32, 7625 N. 19th Ave.; Shirlev J., 25, 1629 W. Glendale FULTON-CASTRO: Carl James, 31. 2122 E. Grant; Maria del Rosario. 31. 2324 W. Dunlao FURROW-SCHOONMAKER: Kirk M., 22. 1727 W. Flower; Nancv Faith, 19, 4401 N. 12th St. GOUDIE-HEITKAM: Thomas C, 26, Mesa; Nannette C, 23, 1814 E. Monte Vlsta HULSE-VENABLE, Joe L., 24 , 4242 W. Marlette; Diana E., 22, Glendale. JAME5-AMMERMAN : Charles E. Jr., 23, 3423 N. 49th St.; Kathryn A,. 24. Scottsdale. JENNINGS-MILLER, Thomas T., 26; Jaclyn E., 26, both of Peoria. JIMENEZ-ACUNIA: Manuel M., 29; Amalia, 20, both of Laveen JIMINEZ-BROWN: R e m I g I o, 18: Sandra. 16 both of Peoria JONES-MAZUR: Michael Francis. 19, Glendale; ,-Paula Ann, 17, 4015 N 56th Drive Printed Pattern One-piece dress with the look of companion layers smoothest way to achieve fall's favorite look! Choose all one fabric or print 'n' solid. Printed Pattern 9444: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2b yards 54-inch. Send 75 cents in coin for this pattern; add 25 cents for each pattern for air mail and special handling. Address Marian Martin. The Arizona Republic Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip code, size and style number. 100 top fall-winter patterns in all-new Fashions to Sew catalogue; plus fabulous bonus choose a free pattern, 75 cents. New Instant Sewing Sew today, wear tomorrow, over 100 pictures. Send $1. Instant Fashion Book contains answers on what to wear, tips on accessories and figure contol. Send $1. ' JkM 9444 e23j3 SIZES 8-18 bu 111 WCHASER 1 1,1 Marriage Licenses KAYZAR-KENNEMER, George E., 27, Mesa; Kalherine, 22, 4444 N. 49th Drive. KNOE BEL-HOFFMAN, Alfred Carl, 51; Mary Jane 51, both ot 4219 W. Maryland. LANE-SIEGLE: Ronald B.. 23. 5112 E. Thomas; Diane Maria, II. Scottsdale LbruOLiir-BENNER' Mark D , IS, scollsdaie; Ellen A., 18, 3a36 N 14th Ave. LOURY-RAINE: Carl Jr., 25, Moun tain View, Calif.; Pamela C, 23. . 24li Otanoe Drive MAKIiUKlli: Warren B , 25, 6020 Cavelv, 26. N. 21sl Ave- Susan 602O N. 21st Ave MALDONADO-HERNANDEZ David R.. 25. 3415 E. Wllletla: France. 23, 1934 E. Madison. MARTINEZ-CASERTA, Michael P., 27, 6101 E. Hollyhock; Roxanne . M., 28, 1850 E Hazetwood. MbREDITH-COOPER: Dennis. 19, lii?,? -J.fVS St.; Marv B., 19. 3829 S. Fifth St. MOORE-MARSH: Randall L., 22, 6738 N. 1th Place; Catherine Sue, 19, 3826 W. North Lane MULLmRHEY-SEAMAN: James P., 18, 5020 E. Yale; Marv L., 16, 3301 E. Almena O'dANNION-BONOS: Bruce L., 46, Seattle, Wash.; Margaret E., 48. 3435 N. 14th Place OGAN-CZAOWSKI: Steven L-. 20. Jacqueline T , 19, both of Scotts. OUINLAN-CAMPBELL: Thomas Jo- ?01' ?.4-.'c,a,90;. Elizabeth D.. 26. Scott AFB, Illinois RAPP-RIVERA: Garv W 22, 5425 W. Pierson; Margaret, 26, 5645 S. Sixth St. REYES-McCULLAH: Abram, 22, Ev- .'X2. J,H'!.a;.l.8' b0,n of Temoe RHODES-SPERAY: David Wavne, 20, 3230 E. Sweetwater; Helen, 18, 1333 E. Thomas RICHARDS-ANDERSON: Stephen D 21 ; Susan p., 17, both of Temoe RICHARDSON-WHITT: William Bvrle, 29, 2317 W. Whitton; Irma M&rOArrt. 7ft. 7317 JU UUhltlnn RIVERA-PORTILLO: Antonio M 1430 S. 13th St.; Anqela F. 1430 S. 13th St , 44, 31, ROGERS-CLOUGH: William P., 19, 1829 E. Thomas; Pamela Sue, 18, Tolleson ROMERO-WOOD: Steven Edward, 20, 2730 W. Ruth Ave.; Cheryl Lvnn, 17, 3710 W. Townley SANDERS-GREEN: Donald R., 23, Avorvdale; Marilyn E., 20, Avon-dale SCH ALL-MONTE E: Lvnn Gerald, 18, 9644 N. Uth Ave.; Vickie Ann, 19, 9644 N. 11th Ave. SCHWEIN-NEAL: Clifford W., 66, Waupaca, Wis.; Elizabeth Ainslie, 64, Scottsdale SPURLOCK-CLIFFORD: Victor John, 23; Virginia Lane, 21, both of Scottsdale TAMBE-PRUETT: Joseph Jr., 19, 2936 W. Buckeye Road; Terrie S., 16, 2950 W. Buckeve Road TARKINGTON-TRENHOLM: Horace Euqene, 21, 2020 W. Havward; Marueen Ann, 19, 2421 W. Village Drive TUCKER-ENGRAM: Stanley, 21. 1914 E. Villa; Beverly J., 21, 2205 W. Madison VANLEY-ALFORD: Lawrence, 22, Chandler; Brenda M., 21, Ft. Bliss, Tex. WASHBURN-VICKERY: Jack Earle, 29, 3012 N. 40th St.; Nancv R., 24, 3737 E. Turnev Divorces Granted Auq. 24, 1972 BARNETT, Kaye Susanne from Jef- ferv Mason. BOBLETT, Jerry from Marlavne. CONNER.Dennis R. from Jane A. COTA, Margaret from Joe.. DUBELL, Patricia S. from Edward FORDEM, Robert L. Jr. from Barbara. FOX, Martin Lawrence from Pau-lette. GONSIOR, Helen from Joseph H. HAIL, Jim E. from Carol Ann. HALL, Shirley A. from Jerry Lee. HEATH, Brenda A. from Lawrence HORANBURG, Mary L. from David LOVAASEN, Patsv from Richard. MARSHALL, Leslie from Lee. MEZA, Rebecca Miranda from Ale-ianrirn 5 FAYNTER, Cameron PENNJCK, Lee RODGERS, Baroara J. trom J. Adeline M. from John Sandra Lee from Phillip M. SCOTT. Patricia from Jon Anderson. TUCKER, Patricia M. from James A. VALENZUELA, Lucia from Antonio WAKELAND, Susan J. from David J. Divorce Ashed Aug. 24, 1972 BAILEY: D. sues L. BAUER, Pamela Gail sues Harlev Osmond III BECHTEL, Georqe Peter sues Janice BERNAL, Dianna Kay Habeeb sues George (annulment) BRISWALTER, Robert O. sues Terry Henker BURKE, Ann M. sues Leo D CAMPBELL, Betty M. sues George E. Jr. . COFFMAN, Gary Allan sues Tami Ellen CRAWFORD, Margaret A. sues Wavne A. DeFRANCIS, Patricia Ann sues Mark Arthur EMRICH, William Henry IV sues Paula M. FINLEY, Elvira E. sues Robert D. GARCIA, Connie E. sues David V. 7326 Be first on the scene with this quick-to-knit jacket. You'll feel comfortable in this easy-to-wear knit. Use 2 strands knitting worsted together, make in jiffy time. Pattern 7326: misses' sizes 10-18 included. Directions. Send 75 cents in coin for this pattern; add 25 cents for air mail and special handling. Address Alice Brooks, The Arizona Republic Needlecraft Department, Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New -York, N.Y., 10011. Print name, pattern number, and size. Send 75 cents for totally new 1973 Needlecraft Catalogue with knit crochet styles, crafts; 150 designs, free patterns. NEW! Instant Money Book. 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Services will be conducted by tjte Masonic Funeral Committee, 2 p.m. Monday. Chapel in the Garden. Mercer Mortuary. Private entomo-ment at Greenwood. Friends, may call 6-10 p.m. Sunday. BARNES, Helen, 170 E. Coronado. Passed away Friday. Arranqe-ments pending, A. L. Moore & Sons. - BROOKSHIRE, "Everett B 7024 N. 3rd Ave. Arranqements pending, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. BYBEE, Elizabeth S. Survived by daughters Mrs. Katherine Coze & Mrs. Alice Graves, both of Phoenix. 4 grandchildren. Private services 8, cremation. Arrangenents bv Mercer Mortuary. CALES, Ernest Jackson. Survived bv . wife, Gleama E. Cales, Glendale. Sons, Ernest J. Jr., Scottsdale. Charles Ray, Glendale. Daughter Gloria Lee Cales, Glendale. Mother Mrs. Bessie Eula Cales, Scottsdale. Brother, Jerry Franklin Cales. Tempe. Sisters Freda Timsiev, Scottsdale. Eithel Petrev, Phoenix. Virginia Irene Genua, Lucille Wagner, both of Huntington. W. Va. 1 qrandchild. Services Monday afternoon Messinger Mortuary Chapel. Interment East Resthaven. Friends may call at Mortuary after 7 p.m. todav. CASTRO, John Oliver. Reoulem mass 9:30 a.m. todav at St. Francis Xavier Church. 4715 N. Central. Interment St. Francis Cemet-irv. Arrangements by Camelback Sunset Chapel., CHAPMAN, Libra S. Services 9 a.m. Monday. Camelback Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback. Visitation 12-6 p.m. Sunday. Interment Green Acres Memorial Park, Sctsd'l. CRITEL, Sefronia Martha (Billie). Beloved mother of Mrs. Janice Morrow. Mrs. Martha Chandler. Mrs. Etta Mae Morrow. .Three brothers, three sisters, three grandchildren also survive. Memorial services 3:30 D m. Mondav, Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center. In lieu of usual remembrances family suggests contributions to the Heart Fund. DELK, Marvin, Sr., 72 . 4350 N. 49th Ave. Husband of Velrr,a Delk. Father of Mrs. Marvill Eason, Phoenix, Mrs. Thelma Marable, Newport News, Va.. Roval Delk, Marvin Delk, Jr., Phoenix. Brother of Mrs. Thelma Albert, Phoenix, Rov Delk, Hawthorne, Calif. Passed away Friday 8 Grandchildren. 1 oreat-grandchild also survive. Services 2:00 o m. Mondw in Chaoel of Memories, A. L. Moore 8. Sons. Friends mav call from 2:00 until 4:00 p.m. Sunday. DENTON, George. Arranaements pending, Grimshaw Bloom Chapel, JSW South Central. ELLIOTT, Cameron O. Passed away Thurs. In Mesa. Local arranaements bv Gibbons Garden Chapel, 33 N. Sirrine, Mesa, in Edington, . III. . . GOMAN, Marv T. Arrangements pending, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel. 710 W. Bethany Heme Rd. HAWLEY, James Roderick. Husband of Margaret E Hawley; brother of Mrs. Charles Reichow & Mrs. William Stotts. Rosary 3:30 p.m. Sunday In the White Funeral Home, Minn. Minn. Mass 10 a m. Monday in St. Olaf's Church in Minn. Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Minn. Whitney Murphy, Downtown. HAYNES, Ruby" Lee. Services 10 a.m sturrtv, St. Andrew's Episcopal Church. 6300 W. Camelback Interment Resthaven Park. Arrangements by Green Acres Mortuary, J830 WJWssourl, Glendale. HOREY, Nelson M. Services J o rn. Monday. Chapel of the Roses, Larrv J. Melcher Mortuary. Bur-ial Mo"ntain View Memorial , Garden. Friend? may call Sunday afternoon & evening. JOHNSON, Mavme j. Services 10 a.m. today. Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale Interment Green Acres Memorial Garden;. LEGG, Fdmond W. Survived bVnar. ents Mr. 8, Mrs. George Mane, Phx.; father Arthur Legg. Miami, Fla.; brother Georqe Mane. Jr.. Phx. Services It a.m. Mon.. Cbap-el of the Chimes, 7924 N. 59th Ave. Interment Resthaven Park. Friends mav call 2-5 p.m. Sunx' MASSER, Paul S. Visitation Simday 3-8 o.m, Services Monday 11 a.m., lundbrq's Cnlden Door Chanel, Younatown. Entombment Sunland. McOUIRE. Lewis. Services" and In-ferment at Huntington, W. Virginia, Meldrum Mortuary, MacAinald at First St., Mesa. NIELSEN, N. C. "Bud" "Settees conducted bv Rev. L. O. ToW9:30 a m. todav In Chaoel ot Memories. A. L. Moore t Sons. Intement Glendale Resthaven. j PUCHTA, Leslie. Husband of Psgv. 241 E. 1st Ave., MesaSe--vliT, 11 a m. Monday at Meldmm Mor-ttiary Chanel. Macdonald at First St., Mea where friends may cill from 5-8 p.m. Sunday. Interment Mesa Cemetery with military hrn-r's by Mesa Post American Legion.

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