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N-rvnr haw been hrld Summer I unrral lltimea, IJabu KoM-lla M. Rau. hi, of St oltxlale, a cu.inri.il, vl. died Frb 9. lM Sb m born in Fayette County, lima. Survivor include her daubler. Carol Fanner, Juann Wilxm. Umla Tiiij,tnim. Anita and Karen; titter. Leona I'lhnrh, Maria Kaurr. Doria Wruner, Helen IVWiw and N'irKinui Lamm; and three grandchildren ALTAI U. Ilibrih !H11 K.C.iU.K. Itl I IIOKIi, Molra 'Mu III KHY.n.frnee . HKAMOMI), llorl III HNS, Jcfrm W. Juhnnt U. tJI I , Shin M. (tlM I ..lillua Marie (t). I Inixir VN. 1)1 IMS, Sil-ire ('. DUUK, Kf Anna MMS, the He. I rank M. I I I A(.l H, l.4r I K M R, Jamr Nomina (.1 AY. I Inn. I J A. (.ON.AI I , Ji Anul (H IV, Donald Summrn Jr. 1 1 Irtl li, H a l.ahVT !( I'h l.H SufVituit iiidudr hit daudhlrr. Minl"ria. mux, Shan Mjuii.'rand Mian Dron. nuMhrr, Cutliia. Mitrru Vii, and KIk1 F llrr.hr, OH U AtuAiUlo. a irtilirj InlUVHuitt rl (Tralil (of ll I' H Alf Fair a.rd ttU V, I burn in lluihla, Mil . and a tieu.l:r ul lit Allx-lkan Ixioll ulid Um) V clc-fall ul Fr,n Will urmr li. luJr u ilr, .N!n, dau(,!itrf Simfun Null, Xilulia linn, I imi II -il ( Viyl M.ih and l.iiid(i, iht, Sii Hull and VS.yne, 10 (ran J. hiidren. and ! (real-gruii'ti hiljim S-rvhw ai pfiale Tulip- n I unrtal liiu IJitard lwum IIimmi Kr, 7H, of Wrlrrlllf, Ohlu, lofiiirrly of I'burnit 01. J (rlifrd ll.'IH !k Ohio Fduiattol) As iaU.'fl. d.rd Fib 9. VJ-A iuiruiur 'iiu.'uje tut ail. I.lla y, dniifc'hlrr, l.lna-bi-'.h Ariirit. n, FJmmd L. Jf; nfsn (landi -hildrrn; and to (ir-graiukhiUirn Srr m dl b In-ld in linlrlliUr. Colill il'UlHUK Ul a fitvu(ll ihafily M iri.iiid Fulirtnl liiHiie, ttr(-fv Thiiinaii K. Ilunirr, 41. n! I'mcoit, a Itui'k dmrr dirl Irb 4. Ilr4 lie a born in I'anailrna, (ulif, and u a irln.iin Wi Aimy rtrran Surntr inrludo hu mile. I....irt, n. Tulll. father, ll.-lwrt. i.i-r. Sumii Srlwin, and btotbrr. Mtka S-fi.-- halt' brrn held Aruofia Rul!ner Wakri.it 1 unrlal lli.ine, I'reiMud A.l.luule "Addle" llulihln. HI, of HumtMildt, a retuvd lnflUM-J pritcluul inn-r. died Feb 8. I.M4 She ai born in Clmr!elon, III Survivor) nuluJe brr broibrr. Herd Milihrll, and nine and nrlM- 5rnn 1 pm Sundnv. American IjeKlult I'ml 7fl. llUlllUlldl, AZ MjJ."9 ( iinlnliulioiui lo lh legion, or Vauiimi Huin.ine Swietv. I'D lU.x 11 llunUxii.il, AZ tt. mi. Ariniia Huifnrr Wukelm Fu-nrrnl Hume, PirMott lU-lly M. Jrwrll, 66, of Buckeye, a hoiiB-niiiker, died Feb K. I4. She Uirti in Okmulk'ee, Okla Sunivjr include her .ittK, Slieivie D and Jimmy lm, parent. Lernna and Luther Killion; three Mklrrn. one brolber, five grandc hildrrn; and 4-rn great grundi hildn-n. S-rvm- 2 p m. S.ilurdiiy, lun. B Hui-lton Cenielery, Buikeye. Buckeye Funeral Home. Fdward A. Kliuke. ). of Phwnix. owner of a bnyrl. hop, d,d Feb. 10, 1994. He was Ixirn in Hanson. Kan., and wan a member ol the Klks Lodge Survivora include but wile, Flniina: duughters, De-liiren Fnvman and Marilyn Fanganello; mi, Don and Richard; brother. Orville and Virgil; eicht grandchildren; jnd eight trf, Apfd, bfulher. By Pmla Manton lit Aiuona K,kjIc Arizona' mliii Juvenile Court )trm hat JiviJcvJ hc tjlc into 10 h.Wt.U' Caiiif' ll'? La.k-Vin-Up people w the iieatmciil people, Ouef Jusfk'c Stanley I cldnun miJ lliurv day. iknh are hhc. he uij. but "n't AniHM, to e tlim'l etmiprxmnne, e right" Hie Male must prmide rchabiluj. lion, f rlJnun taiJ. but H must prutcvl tmicly from violent juvenile who ncoj to be kxled up during treatment. "There"! very luilc you can do with lid who't pointing an Vt at you," he taid. Speaking to a Maricopa County Har Awniation meeting. PclJman urged hit liNienert to read a recent report by the Arizona Commission on Juvenile Juslice. Regardlest of how Ihey feel about the panel recommendations, he taid, they should woik for a solution to juvenile crime. "We need to stop the revolving diHtr," Fcldman said. "We must change or this problem will simply ovcrw helm us." The chief justice, who was presenting the 1993 report on the state's judicial system, reminded the audience that he had warned last year that the juvenile-justice system needs Although i was designed IO deal with miium win worse often might be throwing omngrt al polut cars. I cldnun laid, the vwicm Kill mi in mint casrv tut II tails with a haid-coif 10 to I J percent of minors who repealedly commit senilis crime or who commit violent crimes. "No one evpccied lo Luc young children orgamed in gangs eu,uipcd to do guerilla warfare," I eldman said, T he chief justice tugesied possible solutions, such as bidding on to offender past age 18 and selling up preveniive programs. lor evample, Fcldman said, the Arizona Supreme Court spent $n0,((0 last year lo keep public swimming pools open in I'liiieiiu, and reports f crime in adjacent neighNirhoods decreased by one-half. That $n0,0l)0 equals the cost for the juvenile-justice system of prosecuting and counseling two minors for one year, Fcldman noted. On oiher ivsues, Fcldman said every court in the stale will be computerized by the end of 1994, Thai will be especially helpful to the Justice and Municipal courts, which handle a staggering 1.5 million cases a year, he said. Fcldman also said the courts are looking for ways to handle criminal appeals faster. Sometimes, a defendant has served his sentence by the time the conviction is overturned, he said. Kr.lluljiaH-flU t.l I SM OKU, ( athcrin M. M. MUMS. John William IIIKMII V. Hubert F. VuaUiUon: 6 lo 8 pm. r rainy, Mitinger Mortuary, 7t01 E. Indian .Vhool Road. IIOON. I J4fd jialin Sr. Ill Ml H, lliuma K. Sruttkduit Ma: 9am Salurduv, Si. lll'K illNS. Adelaide "Addie JlUlTr. llrity M. M llkl , td.ard A. I 1 I . Ju. II Jr. I I WAS, Domingo l II kK. lienor M. MRII, licoruia R. NKX'AUK, Jarne J. Jr. M(t AK1IIV, luleta 'Top)' MI S. AukusI NOKION, Anna Mainline Frtd.it, 1-i-iml.r ( It Mortuiin. 1715 K Jt-Crrx Si Vni.n 0 .U i m Saturday, Snilti I'Ii.-iih Miwimiiiry U.i'tiM Church. 2 "d F, Hnwday K.d Filluin Marie Conlry, H7. of Sun City, rt-tit-d lrai Ilff. dlrd li-b 9. tM She U burn in M.mrtt. Mo Survimr include her nieti-rm, Virginia Mikl'hail and Mary Ca-tlmrnie Cobli-v Vioilatmn 4 lo 6pm Mnduy. .Mi-nke Funeral Home. l.'l.Hl N. KUfd Ar . Sun Cay M.u 10a m Tue-d.n. St Jim him and Si Anne Culholic Church. llO.'.'i N. Illih Ave . Sun City. Flcauor W. Cix, 7h, of Me, a retired ottii m.mnger, died Feb 7, l'f'4 She wiui botn in Winneliago, 111. Survivors include her duut;hti-r, Sally Acrvedo; sons, Fugi-ne, Su-phi-n, Michael and Cimile: brother, ll.in.m Willi. mi-.; 17 grandchildren, and si gri-iii gnoidihiidten Visitation: 7 toy p ni. Fiiiiav. H-mlt-rvn Funeral Hume, Culonial Chapel. 3.1.N K l'niverity Drue, Mi-mi. Scrvmn will l)e held in Illinois. Silvetre C, Duran. K4, of Cashion, a farm lalsiriT. died Fc-b 9. He a born in Mexico and wan a U.S. Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Vi-centa; daughter, Stima Felix; and five grandchildren. Visitation: 6 to 9 p.m. Friday. Tolleson Funeral Home. 9iWi W. Van Buren St. M.iss 9 a m. Saturday, Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, 312 N. 93rd Ave., Tolleson. Rose Anna Dwyer, 87, of Duxbury, Mass, a retired Armstrong Co. production NOVI .S, Sclina (iiislimore Ol STRI K IIIR. Ruby I". OW I S, I uk'i nc V. 'Une I'AIX.ITi. Kenneth K. rADII.I.A. Rurina Q. I'OI'F. Jeffery Carl RAH, Rint'lla M. RK HARDSPV, David Charles RI M I. I t-lix Charles GOP kills bid to expand voter-registration sites SCI ll'F, Frank J. SHANKS. Herbert Allen SIIOIMAU, Wild.m T. great granilchildriiii. visitation: owo p.m. Friday. Phcnix Memorial Park and Mortuary, A0 W. Beard.-ley Road. Senices: 11 a m. Saturday at the mortuary. Juell Ie Jr, 38. of Phoenix, a sales-company telemarketer, died Feb. 4, 1991. He was born in Phoenix. Survivors include his mother, H. Marie; sisters, Iiorothy Cabral and Joyce McDaid; and brother, Victor Cabral. Services: 2 p.m. Satuniay. St. Albans Episcopal Church, With Avenue and Pinnacle Peak Road. Peoria. Contributions: Charter Hospital of Glenilale, 6015 W. Peoria Ave.. Glendale. AZ H5;t02. Best Funeral Services. SIKFS. Irvin TwkIIc' C. SNVDFR, Sister Mary Catherine COMPLETE OMITS, Minnie TOI1TK, Rudolph II. LEGISLATIVE WAI.KFR. Fdward employee, died Feb. 9. 1991. She was born WAI.I.ACII. Fva F. in Bramtree. Mass. Survivors include her AGENDA BY FAX r daughters, Barbara A. Coveney. E. Pal- Daniel the Prophrt Catholic Church. 10) N lliiydrn Road. Scotudule, AZ 85257. Ctmlnbutiorui lo the church. David Charlea Richardi-.n, 60, of Gilbert, a fculraman. died Feb 9. 1994 He o bom in Yilanti, Mich., and a an Army veteran lie wan also a member of the Masonic Lodge. Survivor include hit ife, Linda; daughter. Jeanelle; tepdaughter. Rhonda Bohland and Cynthia Rang; ftep-ons. Edward and Timothy Kapp; mother, Bonnie: brother. Carl; and four grandchildren. Service; 11am. Saturday. Christ Greenfield Lutheran Church, 425 N. Greenfield Road. Gilbert, AZ 85234. Contributions: lo the church or Arizona Cancer Center. Development Office, l'tl S. Campbell Ave , Tuoon. AZ 85775-2402. Falconer Funeral Home. Felix Charles Rush. 80, of Sun City. farmer, died Feb. 9. 1994. He was born in Pryor. Okla. Survivors include his wife, Evelyn; sons, Donald R and Robert P.; three grandchildren; and three great-grandchildren. Sen-ices will be held in Oregon. Menke Funeral Home. Frank J. Schue, 53, of Glendale, a dentist, died Feb. 9, 1994. He was born in Chicago and was a member of the American Dental Association and the Arizona State Dental Association. Survivors include his wife, Anne; daughters. Mairi Macln-tyre, Jeannette and Kathleen; son, Donald; sister, Peggy Marmor; and brother, Nicholas. Visitation: 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, Our Ladv of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. 5614 W Orangewood Ave., with a rosary at 7 p.m. Mass: 8.30 a.m. Saturday at the church. Contributions: Children of the Rosarv, P.O. Box 2021, Glendale, AZ 85311-2021. Chapel of the Chimes Mortuary. Herbert Allen Shanks, 78, of Forsyth, Mo., a winter visitor, a retired manufacturer's representative, died Feb. 9, 1994. He was born in Lawson, Mo., and was an Army Air Forces veteran. Survivors include his wife, Phyllis Bedingfield; daughter, Carol Shanks Leonhardt; son, Herbert A. Jr.; and four grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Sunday, Shadow Mountain Mortuary, 2350 E. Greenway Road. Contributions: American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 5377, 2929 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85010-5377 or Hospice of the Valley, 2601 E. Thomas Road, Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ 85016. Weldon P. Shofstall, 90, of Tempe, retired state superintendent of public instruction and a former dean of students at Arizona State University, died Feb. 5, 1994. He was born in Leonard, Mo. During his career, he served as superintendent of schools in Memphis and Missouri and was research director and dean of administration at Stephens College in Columbia, Mo. He also served as an adviser to the U.S. Armed Forces in Europe for German Youth Activities from 1947 to, 1950 and was Domingo P. Feyvas, 62, of Phoenix, a truck driver for the city of Phoenix, died Feb. 8, 1994. He was a native of Phoenix and was an Army veteran. Survivors include his daughters, MaryHelen A complete legislative agenda for the upcoming week is available by fax for only $2.25. To order using MasterCard or VISA, dial 1-800-238-4329 on a Touch-Tone phone. mouth and Mary P. Hackett; son, Patrick H.; brother, Joseph Di-Coste; and nine grandchildren. Services will be held in South Weymouth. Mass Contributions: to a favorite charity. McDonald Funeral Home. South Weymouth, Mass. The Rev. Frank M. Elms, 69, of Paywin, pastor at the Church of the Guiding .Soul in Payson and Mesa, died Feb. 4. 1994. He was born in Long beach, Calif., and was a World War II and Korean War veteran. He was also a former fireman and U.S. Postal Service employee. Survivors include his daughters, Lorna Billingsly and Linda Kerby; sons, Victor, Jack, Carl and Glenn; 15 grandchildren; and two great-grandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Church of the Holy Nativity, Payson. Henderson Funeral Home. Gary G. Fleager, 53, of Fountain Hills, a surveillance officer, died Feb. 8, 1994. He was born in White Salmon, Wash. Survivors include his wife, Zoe A. Eiden; daughter, Tammy Lynn; son, Bret; parents, Grace Ellen and Louis Elmer; and sisters, Bernadeen Elmore and Roxanne. Services: By Mary Jo Pitzl Th Anion Republic Legislation to make Arizona conform with a new national "motor voter" law had a head-on collision Thursday in the state Senate. "This was a bill for Democratic incumbents' re-election," Senate Majority Leader Tom Patterson said after Senate Rill 1206 died along a party-line vote in the Republican-controlled Senate. Patterson, R-east Phoenix, said the bill would be a sure bet to increase Democratic voter rolls. Among other things, the bill would require welfare offices, military recruiting offices and driver's license offices to provide voter registration. Arizonans already can register to vote at motor-vehicle offices. Patterson said expanding registration opportunities to welfare offices would boost the Democrats' ranks because those who get government aid tend to favor Democratic candidates. Adding to the Democratic bias, he said, was a requirement that would-be voters would sign a "yesno" statement on whether they opt to register. It would be hard, Patterson argued, for a welfare recipient to sign a statement declining to register to vote while accepting a government check at the same time. Secretary of State Dick Mahoney, a Democrat, was incredulous at the Senate's action. Failure to conform Lamas, Christina and Josie; sons, Fernando and Manuel; four sister; three brothers; and 14 great-grandchildren. Visitation: 6 to 9 p.m. Friday, St. Martin De Porres Catholic, 3851 W. W ier Ave. Mass: 10 a.m. Saturday at the church. Greer-Wilson Funeral Home. Eleanor M. Luke, 74, of Paradise Valley, a retired volunteer who worked with a public-service television station and the elderly in Cleveland, died Feb. 7, 1994. She was born in Taunton, Mass. Survivors include her daughter, Elaine Luke Headley; son, David V.; one brother; and three grandchildren. No services are planned. Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. Georgia R. Martin, 90, of Phoenix, a homemaker, died Feb. 10, 1994. She was born in Georgetown, Ind. Survivors include her daughter, Billie Hardy; son, R. Dale; sister, Fay Keithley; nine grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; and three great-greatgrandchildren. Services will be held in New Albany, Ind. A.L. Moore & Sons Mortuary. James J. McCabe Jr., 71, of Apache Junction, a retired toolmaker for Rockwell International, died Feb. 6, 1994. He was born in Hawthorne, N.J., and was a veteran. Survivors include his wife, Jean; sons, Steven. Mark and Rodger: sisters. with the federal law could land the state in court, he said. Sen. Lester Pearce, R-Mesa and the bill's sponsor, said that may be the price Arizona has to pay. for fighting unfunded federal mandates. Mahoney said the bill would not cost Arizona a penny and blamed the bill's defeat on "a backward understanding of the necessity of this." "I don't know how Humpty can be put back together again, but they've got to do it," Mahoney said. Pearce said Senate President John Greene could revive the bill, and Pearce himself said he would move it for reconsideration if there was a change of heart among his fellow Republicans. If not, Pearce said, Arizona may have to live with two separate registration systems: one for federal elections and one for state elections. Klialx-th Altaha, 61. of Cedar Creek. an ombucUman for the elderly, died Feb. 8, 1994 She was born in Sain Carlos. Survivors include her huKband, Simmons; daughters, DeJean Rodriguez, Ruby and Janet; sons, Joey and Steven; mother, Alice Gilbert; two si.-lers; four brothers; and, six irrandchildren. Wake: 11 a.m. Saturday, Cedar Creek Assembly of God Church. Services: 1 p.m. Sunday at the church. Jackson Mortuary. Catherine "Kay" Baxter, 71, of Phoenix, died Feb. 8, 1994. She was born in Bridgeport, Conn. Survivors include her daughters, Kathleen Smith and Eileen Hoadley; son, Richard Adumicki; and six grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, SS. Simon and Jude Cathedral, 6)51 N. 27th Ave. Northwest Mortuary. Moten "Mo" Beliford, 59, of Phoenix, a retired U.S. Navy cook, died Feb. 9, 1994. He was born i Grand Island, Neb. Survivors inciuue his wife, Terri; two stepdaughters; two stepsons; one sister; and eight grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday, Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Clarence A. Berry, 64, of Phoenix, a retired lunch-truck operator, died Feb. 10, 1994. He was born in Oklahoma. Survivors include his wife, Donna; daughter, Debrah; sons, David and John; stepdaughters, Carol Presta and Michele Canchola; stepsons, Michael Pastor and John Johnson; brothers, Claude, Bobby, Joe and Clifford; and seven grandchildren. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Saturday, Heritage Funeral Chapel, 6830 W. Thunderbird Road, Peoria. Services: 10 a.m. Sunday, at the chapel. Contributions; Hospice of the Valley, 2601 E. Thomas Road, Suite 100, Phoenix, AZ, or the American Heart Institute, 2632 N. 20th St., Phoenix, AZ 85006. Howard Braniord, 74, of Mesa, a steam operating engineer, died Feb. 8, 994. He was born in Story City, Iowa. Survivors include his wife, Lucille Olson; daughters, Judy Steffenhagen, Connie Counter and Lori Black; sisters, Olive Jacobson and Myrtle Twedt; brother, Everett; 10 grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday, El Mirage Mobile Home Park, 305 S. Val Vista Drive, Mesa. Mountain View 3 p.m. Friday, Messinger Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Road, Scottsdale, with visitation one hour before services. Contributions: Fountain Hills Fire Department, CA R E S. Organization, 16426 E. Palisades Blvd., Fountain Hills, AZ 85268. James Norman Fraser, 66, of Mesa, died Feb. 9, 1994. He was born in Los Angeles. Survivors include his wife, Mildred; and stepsister, Lorraine Kem-sley.Services: 10:30 a.m. Monday, Melcher's Mortuary Mission Chapel, 6625 E. Apache Nobel winner H. Temin, researched cancer, AIDS Marilyn Smith and Virginia Field; and four grandchildren. No services are planned. Contributions: Arizona Heart Institute Foundation, P.O. Box 10000, Phoenix, AZ 85064. Apache Junction Mortuary. Euleta "Topsy" McCarthy, 78, of Peoria, a court reporter, died Feb. 9, 1994. She was born in Louisiana, Mo., and was a , member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary. Survivors include her daughters, Mary and Kathy; and three grandchildren. Visitation: 4:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Sunland Mortuary, Lakeside Chapel, 15826 Del Webb Blvd., Sun City, with a rosary at 5 p.m. Mass: 9 a.m. Saturday, St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church, 15800 Del Webb Blvd., Sun City. Contributions: Friends of the Orphans, 19 W. Alameda Drive, No. 108,Tempe, AZ 85282. . August Nies, 84, of Phoenix, a retired carpenter, died Feb. 8, 1994. He was born in Hoeven, S.D. Survivors include his wife, Lydia; daughter, Eldene Fox; son, Orville; one sister; two brothers; and two grandchildren. Services: 7 p.m. Friday, Trinity Lutheran Church, 9427 N. Seventh Ave., with visitation 30 minutes before services. Hansen Mortuary. . . Alena Magdaline Norton, 82, of Mesa, Deaths can Cardiology and was its editor in chief for decades, died Monday of congestive heart failure at age 85. 801 Funeral Announcements Trail, Mesa. Contributions: Masonic Lodge, in care of Leisure Word, 908 S. Power Road, Mesa, AZ 85206 or The Heart Fund, P.O. Box 7038, Phoenix, AZ 85001. Harold A. Glay, 86, of Phoenix, a retired production-control employee for U.S. Steel Co., died Feb. 4, 1994. He was born in Nevis, Minn. Survivors include his wife, Eleanor; son, Garry Lee; brother, Ralph; two grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Orangewood Presbyterian Church, 7321 N. 10th St. Contributions: to a favorite charity. Phoenix Memorial Mortuary. Jose Angel Gonzalez, 66, of St. Johns, a retired custodian at Arizona State University, died Feb. 9, 1994. He was born in Phoenix. Survivors include his wife, Linda Mae; daughters, Yolinda, Norma, Frances and Sandra; sons, Gervasio, Peter, Mario, Benny and Erinesto; 16 grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren. Services: 1:30 p.m. Sunday, Mountain Gate Trailor Court Recreation Center, 9629 S. 14th Ave., Phoenix. Jewkes Mortuary. Donald Summers Gray Jr., 77, of Prescott, a retired laboratory assistant at the Veterans Administration Medical Center, died Feb. 9, 1994. He was born in Wichita, Kan., and was a Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Frances L.; daughter, Cassandra Quinn; son, Donald F.; brother, Roger; seven grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Monday, chapel of the Veterans Administration Medical Center, Prescott, with visitation an hour before services. Burial: 1:30 p.m. Monday, National Memorial Cemetery of Arizona, 23029 N. Cave Creek Road. Contributions: Pulmonary Department of Yavapai Regional Medical Center, 1003 Willow Creek Road, Prescott, AZ 86301, or Disabled American Veterans, P.O. Box 4292, Prescott, AZ 86302. Sunrise Funeral Home. Catherine Madeline McFall Guess-ford, 70, of Safford, homemaker, died Feb. 9, 1994. She was born in Bussey, Iowa. Survivors include her husband, Robert Dale; daughters, Loretta Irish and Betty Lou Baker; sons, William E., Leroy Alan and Wayne Anthony; sisters, Dorothy Kriner and Delores Steenblock; brother, Reggie Butler; and three grandchildren. Services are private. Davids Safford Funeral Home. HURT, William J. 42, died Feb 8, 19V4. Survived by Mother Marv L. Hurt, sisters Patricia K. Dahlberg & Karen Ann Mancuso, niece Natasha Dahlberg, Nephews Cody Mancuso & Billy Dahlberg. He graduated from Central High & was a native of Arizona Was Owner-Founder of AAA Firewood & Palms. Known for growing trees from seedlings & his fire- professor and dean emeritus at ASU. Survivors include his wife, Erika; daughters, Sara Rau and Mary White; sister, Naomi Van Hoose; 11 grandchildren; and four great-grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Saturday, Church of the Resurrection, 3201 S. Evergreen Road, Tempe. Carr-Tenney Mortuary. Irvin "Poodle" G. Sikes, 45, of Phoe-, nix, a tractor operator, died Feb. 9, 1994. He was born in Casa Grande. Survivors include his wife, Janet; daughters, Cindy Alloway, Bonnie Doeden and Terri West-fall; sons, Kelly Vicerman and Eric; four sisters; three brothers; and seven grandchildren. Services: 10 a.m. Friday, Resthaven Park Cemetery, 6290 W. Northern Ave., Glendale. Contributions: Hospice of the Valley, 2601 E. Thomas, No. 100, Phoenix, AZ 85016. Greer-Wilson Funeral Home. Sister Mary Catherine Snyder, 80, of Tempe, a retired religion teacher, died Feb. 9, 1994. She was born in Chicago. Survivors include three nieces and one nephew. Services: 6:30 p.m. Friday, Resurrection Catholic Church, 3201 S. Evergreen, Tempe, with visitation 90 minutes before services. Contributions: Maria Health Care Fund, Adrian Dominican Sister, 1257 Siera Heights Drive, Adrian, MI 49221. Lake-shore Mortuary. Minnie Tomits, 100, of Scottsdale, a homemaker, died Feb. 9, 1994. She was born in Austria. Survivors include her daughter, Albertine McCarthy; son, Robert E.; six grandchildren; and five greatgrandchildren. Mass: 10 a.m. Saturday, St. Clement of Rome Catholic Church, 15800 Del Webb Blvd., Sun City. Menke Funeral Home. Rudolph H. Topete, 75, of Peoria, a nurse's assistant, died Feb. 4, 1994. He was born in Mexico and was a World War II U.S. Army veteran. Survivors include his daughters, Juanita and Caran; brothers, Jesus, Chon and Ramiro; and 18 nieces and nephews. Services have been held. Contributions: American Cancer Society, P.O. Box 5377, Phoenix, AZ 85010-5377. Best Funeral Services. Edward Walker, 88, of Canyon Day, a maintenance worker for WTiiteriver School, died Feb. 5, 1994. He was born in Show Low. Survivors include his daughters, Nellie Massey, Geneva Tate, Sophie Brown, Margaret Truax and Patsy Riley; sons, Hugh and Euclan; 44 grandchildren; 75 great-grandchildren; and eight gTeat-great-grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Saturday, Canyon Day Miracle Church, Canyon Day. Jackson Mortuary. Eva F. Wallach, 49, of Scottsdale, a real-estate agent with Prudential Arizona Realty, died Feb. 8, 1994. She was born in Parker. Survivors include her daughters, . Andrea and Suzanne; son, Craig; mother, Isabelle Macias; five sisters; one brother; and two grandchildren. Serviced: 1 p.m. Saturday, First Church of Reljious Science, 6530 N. Seventh- St. Messinger Mortuary. The Associated Press MADISON, Wis. Nobel Prize winner Howard Temin, a cancer researcher who campaigned for years against cigarette smoking, died of lung cancer Wednesday. He was 59. Dr. Temin, a University of Wisconsin at Madison professor, specialized in research of cancer and acquired immune deficiency syndrome. He won the Nobel Prize for physiology in 1975 when he was honored with two other scientists for their research into possible links between viruses and cancer. He received the National Medal of Science in 1992. After winning the Nobel Prize, he launched a campaign for state laws to bar or limit smoking in public places. Richard M. BissellJr., Bay of Pigs organizer FARMINGTON, Conn. Richard M. Bissell Jr., a former deputy director of the CIA who was the principal architect of the failed Bay of Pigs invasion, died Monday at age 84. Mr. Bissell had been on track to succeed CIA Director Allen Dulles, but after the Bay of Pigs debacle in 1961, President Kennedy told both they would have to resign. The failure overshadowed Mr. Bissell's achievements at the CIA, where he guided the clandestine program to build the U-2 reconnaissance plane. wooa. Mass win De bar. 1:30 P.M., St. Francis Xa-vier Catholic Church, 4715 N. Central. Interment St. Francis Cemetery. Mercer Chapel 266-4473 859 Cemetery Lots, Monuments & Svcs Dr. Dack helped develop the first cardiac stress test and was a founding fellow of the American College of Cardiology. He was head of Mount Sinai Medical Center's Adult Cardiac and Prenatal Cardiac Clinic and, from 1972 to 1974, acting chief of the hospital's division of cardiology. Norman Del Mar, author of volumes on composers LONDON Norman Del Mar, a conductor and author who focused on the works of late Romantic composers such as Sir Edward Elgar, Gustav Mahler and Richard trauss, died Sunday of cancer at age 74. The final volume of his acclaimed three-volume work on the life and music of Strauss appeared in 1972. Marija Gimbutas, wrote on women-led cultures LOS ANGELES Marija Gimbutas, an archaeologist who challenged conventional views when she concluded that civilizations in Stone Age Europe worshiped goddesses, died of cancer Feb. 2 at age 73. A professor emeritus of European archaeology at UCLA, Professor Gimbutas wrote 20 books. Her more recent works referred to European cultures dating back 6,000 to 8,000 years as "true civilizations" without war, run by women. A pair of buriel sp, w2 vaults & marker wvase. Phx. Memorial Park, $1500 788-0961 a homemaker, died Feb. 4, 1994. She was born in Fairfield County, Ohio. Services have been held. Contributions: American Cancer Society, 2929 E. Thomas Road, Phoenix, AZ 85016, or American Heart Association, P.O. Box 7038, Phoenix, AZ 85011. Green Acres Mortuary. Selina Gashmore Noyes, 98, of Scottsdale, a homemaker, died Feb. 9, 1994. She was born in Philadelphia. Survivors include her daughter, Barbara L. Enos; son, Robert S.; sister, Janice Ostrander; nine grandchildren; and five greatgrandchildren. Services: 4 p.m. Saturday, Valley Presbyterian 'Church, 6947 E. McDonald Drive, Paradise Valley, AZ 85253. Messinger Mortuary. Contributions: to the church. Ruby F. Oestreicher, 85, of Thatcher, a homemaker, died Feb. 8, 1994. She was born in Christopher, 111., and was a home health-care worker. Survivors include her daughter, Lavern Fass; brother, Joe Cavins; four grandchildren; 14 great-grandchildren; and six great-great-grandchildren. Visitation: 4 to 6 p.m. Friday, David's Safford Funeral Home, Safford. Services: 11 a.m. Saturday, at the funeral home, with a second visitation one hour before services. Eugfene V. "Gene" Owens, 81, of Cottonwood, a retired general contractor, died Feb. 8, 1994. He was born in Miami, Ariz. Survivors include his wife, Kay; daughters, Kathie Kenton and Sandra Kay; sons, Ronald E., Jerry M. and Terry; sister, Dora Miller; brother, Alvin; nine grandchildren; and two greatgrandchildren. Services: 2 p.m. Friday, Cochise Memory Gardens, Sierra Vista. Contributions; in his name to the American Heart Association, co Helen S. Gowen, 281 Berridge Drive West, Sierra Vista, AZ 85635. Hatfield Funeral Home, Sierra Vista. CEMETERY PLOTS (2) Resthaven Park J 1000 each. 537-9002 COMPANION Grave, Rest Haven Park Glndl, Worth t3300, asking t2300. 932-35 1 5 Crypts (2) in East Resthaven Park Cemetery 13800 for both. 503-747-6793, 602-274-4676. GREEN ACRES CEMETERY Garden Of Flowers. Lot 796 Spaces 1,2,3,4. 2000 includes transfer fees 964-6168 GREEN ACRES Garden of Peace Mausoleum, comp Ion crvpt 604 AiB, Sj. value, sell J2700. 984-9716 I A L PHOENIX MEMOR burial r AK K IN. Knoenixi. I Di 4313 plots. .800 for both. 971 S800 for both. 1 PHX Memorial Prk Mausoleum of Peace, double crematory niche ilOOOobo. 969-7039 John William Haynes, 79, of Mesa, a supervisor for Barber-Coleman Co., died Jan. 30, 1994. He was born in Leechburg, Pa. Survivors include his daughter, Johna-lee Zempel; sister, Charlotte Murray; and three grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. March 18, St Mark's Church, 322 N. Home St., Mesa. Contributions: American Lung Association, Research, 102 W. McDowell Road, Phoenix, AZ 85003. Botimer Funeral Home. 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