Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on January 26, 1979 · Page 14
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 14

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, January 26, 1979
Page 14
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REPUBLIC CITY 0 The Arizona Republic Fri., Jan. 26, '79 B-5 Also served as Superior Court judge 40 sophomores to join seminar Former Attorney General Ross Jones dies (5WEAR WESTERN OUTFITTERS TEMPE Forty outstanding high school sophomores from Arizona's public and private schools will participate today in the "Arizona Youth Leadership rummy and travel. Eight years after he retired from the bench, the U.S. Tax Court ruled that Jones had improperly claimed two years of sick pay on his income taxes, and owed $3,802 for 1973 and 1974. Jones had argued that he could have won reelection to the bench in 1972 had he been physically able. So he claimed $5,200 of his retirement pay in 1973 and 1974 as an exclusion from his gross income on his tax returns. transferred to Harvard University and Massachusetts Institute of Technology, where he taught military law. Six months later he was a liaison officer with the Army Air Corps in Washington. Jones retired from the military on March 1, 1945, with the rank of major and returned to Phoenix to teach and practice law. He married Frances Engle in 1922, and the couple shared interests in music, bridge, gin He became an assistant prosecuting attorney before going into private practice with a Kansas City law firm. Jones and his family moved to Tucson in 1935 because of his daughter's ill health. He then came to Phoenix and joined the law firm of Fennemore, Craig, Allen and Bledsoe, where he remained for three years. During World War II, Jones headed the Military Law Department of the Officers' Training School, Miami, Fla., then Ross F. Jones, a former Arizona attorney general and former Maricopa County Superior Court judge, died Thursday. He was 78 years old and had been ill a long time. Jones died in the emergency room at John C. Lincoln Hospital after being taken there bv ambulance from his home at 8445 N. 15th St.", a hospital spokesman said. -After serving 10 years as a Superior Court judge, disability forced Jones to retire in 1970. He was state attorney general in 1953 and 1954, after the Republicans drafted him as their candidate. Born August 25, 1900, in Le Roy, Kan., Jones later became a newspaper reporter, specializing in public and government affairs. Jones switched his interest to law, and attended Kansas State College, Emporia, and earned law degrees at University of Kansas City, now University of Missouri at Kansas City. West Northern at 27th Ave. 995-8480 "1st ANNUAL BUTTLERSVILLE WESTERN ART SHOW" ORIGINALS BY LOCAL VALLEY ARTISTS ON DISPLAY. SHOW TIME 1 1-6 FRIDAY AND ALL-DAY SATURDAY. OS Y' AWL COME! The seminar, sponsored by the Hugh O'Brien Youth Foundation and Tempe Jaycees, will begin at noon at the Holiday Inn, Rural and Apache Boulevard. It will continue Saturday and Sunday with speakers representing industry, business, the media and education. Ross Jones Services will be at 3 p.m. Monday at A.L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Survivors include his wife and his daughter, Eva Lou Frances. j$j 40 f f Aspen luggage Special color closeout. Get up and go anywhere with this handsome 'Aspen' luggage. Molded of sturdy polypropylene. Select various pieces in various colors at fantastic 40 savings! Starting Friday, Jon. 26. While quontitiei last! Y 't Men's flannel shirts. Special 4.99 A turtleneck dickey sets off this shirt of 100 cotton flannel. Choose from assorted plaids and prints. In men's sizes S,M,L,XL. Starting Friday, Jan. 26. While quantities last! Men's wool shirts, Now 7.99 Orig. $29. 100 virgin wool plaid shirt has flapped pockets and nylon taffeta lined sport collar. In men's sizes S,M,L,XL. Starting Friday, Jan. 26. While quantities last! Polaroid One-Step Men's sport shirts. Now 22.88 Now 4.99 Orig. sold in Aug. 1978 for $9. Men's golf shirt in assorted solid colors. Cut-in placket styling, chest pocket. Polyestercotton knit. Sizes S.M,L,XL. Reg. 29.88. Polaroid's One-Step is great for SX-70 pictures, indoors or out. Just aim and shoot this simple camera with an electronic shutter for perfect shots. Get one now at this low price! Camera price effective Friday and Saturday only, Jan. 26 and 27. Not available at Valley West. ! i I i Starting Friday, Jan. 26. While quantities last! 1 visfe5fp ': I laJCP mwm H979 JCPenney Co . Inc. PARK CENTRAL 3141 N. 3rd Ave. Phone 263-5400 Weekdays 10:00 to 9:00 Saturday 10 00 to 6:00 Sunday 12:00 to 3 00 TOWER PLAZA 3875 E. Thomas Phone 244-8371 Weekdays 9,30 to 9 00 Saturday 9,30 to 6 00 Sunday 1 2 00 to 3:00 VALLEY WEST in GLENDALE 5609 W. Northern Phone 931-3607 Weekdays 9:30 to 9:00 Saturday 9.30 to 6:00 Sunday 12:00 to 5 00 CHRIS-TOWN 19th Ave. & W. Bethany Home Phone 242-8899 Weekdays 9:30 to 9 00 Saturday 9:30 to 8 00 Sunday 12 00 to 5.00 TRI-CITY in MESA 1900 W. Main Phone 835-0990 Weekdays 9:30 to 9:00 Saturday 9:30 to 8 00 Sunday 12:00 to 3:00

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