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D-8 ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL Monday, November 13, 1978 ' ' "" ' "" ' ' ". '. " ' ' : Ht3 VJostihoi? Depon I f a-xWS; WSSWos, 5 4 nil New Mexico Weather report for the 24 hours ending at S p.m. Sunday furnished by the National Weather Service in Albuquerque Weather (Wea.) denotes conditions at S p.m. observation time, precipitation (Prep.) is the amount of rain or melted snow in inches and hundredths. Temperature Wea. HI Lo Prep Alamogordo . . . . . Qdy : 68 75 Albuquerque Pt Ody 62 73 .15 Carlsbad Fog i 51 40 .04 Chama ...Qdy 43 32 .S2 Deming ........ Pt Ody 68 51 .08 Farmingtoa ; .... Ody 48 34 .48 Gallup Ody 40 36 .42 Grants PtOdy 48 41 .11 Hobbs Fog 47 34 .04 LasCmces PtOdy 72 47 .97 LasVegas ....... PtOdy 41 26 .26 Raton........... PtOdy 44 28 .07 RosweU ..Fog 48 37 .02 Ruidoso.. ...... PtCldy 56 32 .25 S&ntaFe ..... .. Ody 53 37 .25 SUveraty Ody 57 44 .01 Socorro Or 68 46 .43 Truth or Conseq. .PtOdy 66 49 LOCAL DATA Highest temperature this date since 1931, 71 in 1973; lowest this date since 1931, 22 in 1940; Sunday's highest, 62 at 1 p.m.; Sunday's lowest, 43 at 11:59 p.m.; departure from normal for date, 7 degrees: accumulated departure since first of month 61 degrees. Precipitation since first of month .57: departure from normal since first of month .45. Total since Jan. 1, 9.78; departure from normal since Jan. 1, .70. Relative humidity-, 5 a m. 74; 11 a.m. 57; 5 p.m. 53. Sunset today 5:02 p a; sunrise Tuesday 6:40 a.m. Nation's extremes Sunday; lowest 4 at Cutbank, Mont, highest 88 at Brownsville, Texas. Other Cities Temperature Wea. HI Lo Prep Amarillo PCldy 56 35 Anchorage Ody 30 27 Atlanta PtOy 75 49 Billings Sno 23 12 .23 Boise PtCly 34 18 Boston PtOy 57 35 Chicago Rain 59 42 Qeveland Oy 50 43 .01 Dallas-a Worth . Cly 72 58 Denver PtOy 38 22 .06 Des Moines .....Rain 50 40 .35 Detroit Rain 52 38 QPaso ...PtOy 68 46 Flagstaff ..v.... PtOy 37 19 M Fargo...... ....Sno 47 42 .01 Honolulu .......Sun 83 70 Houston PtCly 82 65 Kansas City .....Cly 60 49 .10 Lis Vegas, Nev... PtCly SB 42 .01 Los Angeles PtCly 58 42 .07 Memphis Oy 74 58 Miami Beach.... Fair 83 71 .08 MimMapolis Rain 48 35 .19 New Orleans ....Fair 81 58 NewYors Oy SO 38 Oklahoma City ..Cly 56 46 .02 Omaha Oy 49 36 2i Philadelphia ....Cly 50 93 Phoenix PtOy 66 38 .58 Portland, Ore ...Fair 43 23 St. Louis' Shrs 65 SO Salt Lake City ...PtOy , 42 30 .16 San Francisco ...PtOy 52 45 .03 Seattle... Fair 44 27 Washington, D.C. Cly 58 47 Heavy Storm Pushes East; Warnings Up in 10 States By United Press International The first major winter storm that buried parts of Wyoming under nearly 2 feet of snow and was blamed for at least seven deaths threatened Sunday to ram eastward into the plains. 5 Winter storm warnings were issued for the Dakotas and parts of western Minnesota, as well as for the Sierras of California and parts of Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Montana, Wyoming and Colorado. Freezing drizzle preceeded the storm into the plains, glazing highways and bridges with a sheet of ice from northwest Kansas to Minnesota. Three inches of ice coated power lines near Summit, S.C., threatening to snap them under the weight. The stdwn left up to two feet of snow in the Rockies, making some mountain passes impassable, and 20 inches at Lander, Wyo. Ely, Nev., and the Wyoming towns of Sheridan and Casper were shrouded under lOinchesof snow,and7 inchesfell at Casper and Worland in Wyoming, Malad City, Idaho, and Miles City, Mont. Three of the seven deaths caused by the storm were the result of traffic accidents on ice- and snow-closed roads in Utah, Wyoming and Nebraska. Three others came in a light plane crash in Wyoming. The seventh was a young member of a Boy Scout troop that got trapped in a mountain snowstorm. Rescue teams tracked a plane crash survivor through the snow-covered wilderness of Wyoming but held little opti Satellite Weather Photo Taken at 11 30.00 253 JU.UV llV"t (AMnuNCitco MNVf IMANOtLM HtOHtJT HMHIATUMsV ss. W mT. DALLAS 70' UIWIATM(H fOTOCASI ft New Mexico Area Forecasts COMMUNITY FORECASTS -(Highs today and lows tonight in parentheses. L means low, M means middle, V means upper and N means near.) NORTHEAST PLAINS - Partial clearing and not so cold today. Increasing cloudiness. Winds northwesterly 15 mph or less: Clayton (M40s-L30s). EAST CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST PLAINS - Partial clearing and not so cold today and tonight: Tucum-cari (L50s-M30s); Clovis-Portales (L50s-M30s); Carlsbad (M50s-U30s); Hobbs-Lovington (N50-M30s); Roswell-Artesia (L50s-M30s). NORTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS Partial clearing and not so cold.: Raton (N40-M20S); Taos (U30-M20s); Us Vegas (L40s-U20s); Santa Fe (N40-U20s). SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS AND CENTRAL HIGHLANDS Partial clearing and not so cold today and tonight. Winds northwesterly: Ruidoso(N40-M20s). UPPER AND MIDDLE RIO GRANDE VALLEY - Partial clearing today and partly cloudy tonight. Not so cold today and tonight. Winds most Foreign Weather conditions in major foreign cities. Observations were made at noon MDT Sunday Wea. Temp. City Athens Or SO 28 39 43 66 48 Berlin Clr Copenhagen Cly Dublin Clr Hong Kong Cly London Rain Moderate to heavy rains fell throughout Arizona Saturday and into Sunday, causing normally dry desert washes and rivers to run. Three people from Buckeye, Ariz., were rescued by a National Guard helicopter Sunday morning from their car which became stranded as they tried to cross a normally dry river bed west of Phoenix. Dense fog across the Gulf of Mexico coast from Texas to Florida cut visibilities to zero in some areas. a.m. Sunday . II" - 1 V NcwomtAMi V. imxm ly northwesterly: Espanola (M40s-U20s); Socorro (M50s-M20s). SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST VALLEYS - Colder today. Winds diminishing to 15 mph or less: Silver City (N50-M30s); Truth or Consequences (M50s-U30s); Deming (M50S-U30S); Las Cruces (U50s-U30s); Alamogordo (U50s-U30s). NORTHWEST PLATEAU - Partly cloudy- today with increasing cloudiness tonight. Not so cold today and tonight. Winds mostly northwesterly 10 to 25 mph: Farmington (L40S-N30). WEST CENTRAL MOUNTAINS -Partly cloudy today with increasing cloudiness tonight. Winds mostly northwesterly 10 to 25 mph: Gallup (M40S-N30); Grants (M40S-N30). NEW MEXICO -Partly cloudy today with cooler temperatures central and southern valleys but warmer elsewhere. Increasing cloudiness tonight. Lows tonight mostly 20s mountains and north and mostly 30s elsewhere. Highs today upper 30s and 40s mountains and north and mostly 50s elsewhere. ALBUQUERQUE - Partly cloudy today and tonight. Lows tonight in the low to mid 30s. High today in the lower 50s. Winds variable mostly northwesterly 10 to 20 mph today. Cities Madrid .......... Fog Moscow Clr 46 28 66 43 43 46 75 46 50 32 72 New Delhi ;. PtCly Paris Clr Peking Cly Rome PtCly Saigon PtCly Stockholm Cly Tokyo Rain Vienna Cly Rio de Janeiro ....... Cly Hz2 mism for finding him. Searchers found three bodies in a single-engine plane that crashed in the mountains outside Cody, Wyo., and followed tracks apparently made by a survivor leading away from the wreckage. But snow and wind kicked up again to erase the tracks and the team became stranded in the Absoraka wilderness. Rescuers early Sunday found 12 members of the Westminster Boy Scout troop and two scout leaders in Dark Canyon on the slopes of Mt. San Jacinto in southern California, but one' of the boys died of exposure. The troop had gone hiking Friday to the top of the mountain and became caught in the snow storm Saturday. Five of the boys suffered frostbite. bitter cold chilled the snow-swept areas, with the 1 below zero reading placing Cut-bank, Mont., in its familiar role as the nation's cold spot. Early morning temperatures dipped below freezing from the Pacific Northwest to northern California and east to the Great Lakes and New England. ARMIJO Funeral services for Mr. Maximillano Armijo will be conducted todav from the St. Theresa Church where mass will be celebrated at 11:00 a.m. Honorary pallbearers will be Lucas Montoya, Roger Montoya and Colastice Tais Jr Active pallbearers will be Mike Trujillo, Florentino Montoya, Adelino Montoya, Simon Gonzales, Tony Gutierrez and Joe Gutierrez. Interment will be made at Mt. Calvary Cemetery with the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth and Stover SW in charge. , , 1 BERNING Funeral services for Walter W. Berning will be held today at 1:30 p.m. at the graveside in Santa Fe National Cemetery with Dr. R.Y. Bradford, mortuary chaplain, officiating. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrangements. BILLINGS - Ruby Dee Billings, 70, a resident of Albuquerque for the past five years, died Saturday afternoon in a local hospital. She is survived by her husband William E. Billings of the borne; her son Bob Temple, of Bradford, Ark.; her daughter Dale Hale of Long Beach, Cal.; two sons, Harold Edward Billings of Albuquerque, James T. Billings of Portland, Ore.; two daughters, Virginia Doty of Salem, Ore.; Jane Hazen of Great Falls, Mont., 27 grandchildren, and 11 greatgrandchildren. She was a member of Missionary Baptist Church Arrange-' ments will be announced by the French Mortuary, 1111 University NE. BISHOP - Mrs. Martha Bishop, age 92 and a resident here five years, died at her home on Saturday following a sudden illness. She is survived by a son Gary Bishop of Pensacola, Fla., two daughters, Mrs. Glenna Taylor of Albuquerque and Mrs. Midge Ellis of Livonia, Mich., five grandchildren, and two treat-grandchildren. Mrs. Bishop was a member of Eastern Hills Baptist Church and had spent most of her life in Corbin, Ky. Services will be held in Eastern Hills Baptist Church today at 1:30 p.m. with the Rev. W.H. Ratliff officiating. Interment will follow further services in Corbin, Ky. on Wednesday. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE, are in charge of local arrangements. BR1GGS - Roger Adams Briggs, 81, a resident of Albuquerque, died early Sunday morning in a local nursing home. He is survived by his wife, Madeleine Briggs, of the home; three daughters, Mrs. R.S. Campbell, of Glenview, 111., Mrs. A.C. Tenney of Albuquerque, Mrs. J.L Page, of San Jose, Cal.; her son, Philip Briggs, of Glenview, 111.; three sisters, Mrs. Otto Kramer of Ft. Pierce, Fl Mrs. C.J. Ley, of Torrington, Conn., Mrs. E.J. Eckstrom of Hanover, N.H, 10 grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. He was an American Contract Bridge League life master. Arrangements will be announced by the French Mortuary, 1111 University NE. The family prefers donations be made to the Casa de Amigo, 5707 Aztec Road, NE, Albuquerque, N.M. 87110. BURNS - Mass for Katherine M. Burns was celebrated at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church. Strong- Ex-Bar Assn. President Rose Dies in Hobbs Funeral services for U.M. Rose, former president of the New Mexico Bar Association, will be held Tuesday in Hobbs. He died Saturday in a Hobbs hospital following a long illness. Rose, a Hobbs resident since 1946, was president of the New Mexico bar in 1966-67. He was a partner in the Hobbs law firm of Rose and Johnson, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and a member of the board of regents of the American College of Probate Counsels. Rose was named after his grandfather U.M. Rose who was one of the founders and first president of the American Bar Association. He is suvived by his wife, Betsy Bryant Rose, and his son Frank Bryant Rose, both of Hobbs. Funeral services will be the at the First Presbyterian Church. DO ALL YOUR SHOPPING hOldTomPka 1 Courtesy: Covered Wagon Motion of India Hmtti MtW jewelry REAL ESTATE INVESTMENT SEMINAR TUES., NOV. 14,7 P.M. PARLOR "A", HILTON INN ROBERT PIERROT REAL ESTATE announces o cotnpreW tivo 2'2 hour seminar on real estate investment strategy. Twelve paae text provided. The seminar covers i Leverage, land Investment, Income Property Valuation, Tax law, Tax Deferred Exchanges, Calculating Rate of Return. The speaker will be Robert Pierrot. Mr. Pierrot has spoken to numerous groups throughout New Mexico about real estate investment and taught real estate for the Albuquerque Board of Realtors. A graduate of the University of Michigan, Mr. Pierrot has a B.A. in economics and a Master degree in Business Administration. . Over 400 Albuouerqueara have attended this seminar. The charge it $5.00 per person. For reser- , votions coll Robert 0288 ANYTIME. Due .tors please. M Robert Pierrot Real Estate Suite 349 West, City Centre, DtentfhD and IFomeraM Thome, 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrangements. CORREA Graveside services for. Jesus Correa will be held today at 2 p.m. in the Terrace Grove Memorial Park, Belen, N.M., with Rev. Jerry Jones officiating. ECKERMAN - Funeral services for John E. Eckerman will be held at 1:30 p.m. on Tuesday In Palm Chapel with Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Watkins officiating. Pallbearers will be Wilbert E. Hunt, Walter Eckerman, Terrence Hunt, Elliott Solomon, Fred Marmon and Wallace Gunn. Honorary pallbearers will be Wallace Kanteena, Raymond Munoz, Neven Eckerman, Eddie Joe Munoz, Donnie Gunn, Guy Jones, Sandy Romero, Charlie Chavez and Benny Marmon. Interment will be Sunset Memorial Park. FOULK - Services for Carl A. Foulk were held Saturday morning in the Chapel in the Garden of French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, with Dr. Harry Summers officiating. Pallbearers were Jimmie Bignetl, Ralph Turpin, J. E. Bridwell, John E. Lang, Ralph McRae, and Jack M. Barnett. Entombment followed in the Chester T. French Memorial Mausoleum, 924 Menaul NE. Contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund, 525 San . Pedro NE, Albuquerque, N.M. 87108. FOX Margaret Fox, 52, a resident of Albuquerque for the past two years, died Saturday evening in a local hospital. She is survived by her husband, Milton B. Fox of the home; two sons, Larry G. Greenwood, of Hobbs, G. Lynn Fox of Albuquerque; brother, Weldon B. Odom, of Albuquerque; and two grandchildren, Daniel L Greenwood and Archie D. Greenwood, both of Hobbs, N.M. She was a member of Astara. Cremation will take place at Sunset Memorial Park Crematory, 924 Menaul NE. Memorial services will be held Tuesday morning at 10:00 a.m. at the Gold Key Center, 1112 Carlisle SE, with Rev. Rothwell Camp officiating. The family suggests memorial contributions to Astara, co Gold Key Center, 1112 Carlisle SE, Albuquerque, N.M. 87106. The French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, is in charge of arrangements. JARAMILLO - The rosary for Nicholas Jaramillo will be recited this evening at 7 at Gabaldon Memorial Chapel, 1000 Coors SW. Requiem mass will be celebrated Tuesday morning at 9 at Immaculate Conception Church New Transport Agency Asked WASHINGTON (AP) -Transportation Secretary Brock Adams has proposed creation of a new Surface Transportation Administration by merging two existing agencies. The plan would consolidate the Federal Highway Administration, with 4,900 employees, and the Urban Mass Transportation Administration, with 600. The merger would integrate DOT'S public transit and highway programs and provide for more effective and efficient administration of these programs, Adams told a news conference. He said the $54.2 billion surface transportation bill signed by President Carter "gives us the final building block for a new surface transportation organization." FINANCING AVAILABLE $50.000 .00 md up Iw SHOPPING CEN-TES. Of FICE SUILWNGS, APARTMENTS, LAND DEVELOPMENT. OPERATION CAPI-TAl, EXPANSION, FARMRANCH, MACH-INERY, EQUIPMENT and for olnxxt any worltiwhih nrpou. FOR INFORMATION WRITE, BOX 13563, ALBUQUERQUE NM. 87192. 35GlD Makers of Hand Mad Indian Jawelry OlOTOWN lntrf ting Shops RMtaurants Art Oallcrios Pierrot Real Estate at 883- to space limitations, no Real- Albuquerque, NM 871 10 r l and interment will be at Santa Fe National Cemetery with full military honors. Pallbearer: Alberto Jaramillo, Ted Armijo, Horace Gabaldon, Joseph Henry Jaramillo, Sam Jaramillo, Salomon Jaramillo Jr. Gabaldon Mortuary in charge, i MASTERS - Funeral services for Jean Mae Master will be held today at 10 a.m. in Fern Chapel of Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE, with Dr. R. Y. Bradford, mortuary chaplain, officiating. Interment will be Fairview Memorial Park. . MEDINA - Sp4 James Edward Medina, 22, a former resident of Albuquerque, passed away November 3 in Germany as the result of an accident. He is survived by his mother, Ms. Josephine G. Medina, Albuquerque; his father, William A. Medina, Albuquerque; one sister, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Allen, Albuquerque; one brother, Mark R. Medina, Albuquerque; paternal grandmother, Virginia Luther, Colorado; maternal grandmother, Sophia D. Gonzales, Us Vegas, N.M.; two nephews and one niece. He was a member of the Catholic Church and the U.S. Army stationed in Gies-sen, Germany. He was escorted to Albuquerque by Sp4 Juan A. Siller, a fellow worker and his best friend. Rosary for Sp4 James Edward Medina will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today in Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE. Mass will be celebrated on Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. in St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church. Interment will be in Santa Fe National Cemetery. O'NEAL Funeral mass for Marie P. O'Neal will be celebrated this morning at 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel in the Gardenof French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, with Monsignor Bernard M. Burns celebrant. Interment will follow in Gate of Heaven Cemetery, 7500 Los Angeles Blvd., NE. The French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, is in charge of arrangements, ORSBORN - Services for Eldon G. Orsborn will be held this morning at 9:00 a.m. in the Chapel in the Garden of French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, with the Rev. Alfred C. Krader officiating. Interment will follow at 11:00 a.m. in the National Cemetery, Santa Fe, with military honors. PADILLA - Pedro Padilla 82, lifelong resident of Pajarito, N.M. died Sunday at a local hospital. He is survived by his son Pete Padilla Jr.; four daughters, Mrs. Olivio (Ruby) Padilla Sr.; Mrs. Melecio (Tommy) Martinez, Mrs. Ernest (Josie) Padilla, and Mrs. Helen Carriaga; two sisters, Tomasita Apodacaof Gallup and Manuelita Armijo; 22 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Burial will follow at Pajarito cemetery. The rosary will be recited tonight at 7:30 at the Salazar and Sons Mortuary. PRATT - Billie Jo Pratt has been taken to Whitney, Texas, where services will be held this morning at 10:30 a.m. at Marshall and Marshall Funeral Home Chapel in Whitney. Interment will follow in Clifton Cemetery, Clifton, Texas. The French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, was in charge of local arrangements. RABORN James L. Raborn, 48, a resident of Albuquerque for eight years, passed away Saturday at a local hospital. He is survived by his wife Joan Raborn, Albuquerque; one daughter, Janelle Ruth Raborn, Albuquerque; three sons, James D. Raborn, WEEKLY SPECIAL! 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S12.C COMPUTER BAL $3.50 I FRONTtNOSUSPfNSIONY ' r"ta""H ' 1 FACTOMY TRAINED MECHANICS I ' H I' I LefTmoalT 4815 Jefferson St. NE "iSSXiinTSrO'nji I 247-4345 1 1 883-3707 gWl79 Jeffrey Raborn and Jay Raborn, all of Albuquerque; two sisters, Jean Raborn and Helen Raborn, both of San Francisco, Califj and onebrother, Donald Raborn, Phoenix, Aril.' Mass will be held today at 7 p.m. in Fern Chapel of Strong-Thorne Mortuary. Funeral arrangements will be announced by Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE. ..;'- RIPLEY - Mass for Mary E. Ripley will be celebrated at 1:30 p.m. today in Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE. Interment will be in Fairview Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Arthritis Foundation of New Mexico, 114 Amherst SE. , ' ROMERO Rosary for Mr. Jose P. Romero will be recited today at 7:00 p.m. at the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth and Stover SW. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday from the San Jose Church where mass will be celebrated at 9:00 a.m. Interment will be made at Mt. Calvary Cemetery with the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth and Stover SW in charge. ' (; SAAVEDRA Funeral services for Mr. Isaias (Ike) Saavedra Jr. will be conducted today at 9:00 a.m. from the Garcia Mortuary Chapel to. the St. Therese Church where mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Pallbearers will be Tony Elwell, Herman Baca, Edward Ramirez, Henry Saavedra, Mike Harris and Mike Carappoli. Interment will be made at Mt. Calvary with the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth and Stover SW in charge. . , SHUMAKER Funeral services for Helen M. Shumaker will be held today at 11 a.m. at the graveside in Sandia Memory Gardens with Rev. John Ransdell officiating. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrangements. . SOSA Steven P. Sosa, 35, resident of Los Lunas, passed away early Sunday morning following a short illness. He is survived by his father, Moises Sosa of Bernalillo; two daughters, Lisa and Theresa, both of Albuquerque. Rosary will be recited Tuesday evening at 7 at the Los Lewis Catholic Church. Funeral services are scheduled for Wednesday morning at the Los Lentis Catholic Cemetery. Romero Funeral Home of Belen in charge of arrangements. SALAZAR & SONS MORTUARY tarvinf tor Twa Oemratlent third St. and lasa Ave. SW OUU J47-41M 7 Vench 'MORTUARY 1111 UNIVERSITY, N E GARCIA MORTUARY, Inc. (SINCi 1918) 7 A ion Stover Ave. S.W. 243-5222 WEEKLY SPECIAL! IIWEEKLY SPECIAL! 700-15 6 PLY TRACTION $0767 1$ F.E.T.3.12 Location 3! 1228 Juan Tabo (at Constitution)) IDE 80 & 70 SERIES HBERGLASS BELTED 22 IUISEO WHITE LETTERS Great Look! Great Wear! S.Hi Price f E T TW A70-13 31.74 67613 ICS" 1M F70-14 39.87 2.57 G70-14 41.92 42.83 2.73 G70-15 T56" B60-13 35.87 39.80 157 E6014 767 F60 14 43.84 785 I G60-14 75? G6015 46.94 167 IS9" L60-15 54.87 METRIC IMPORT l STEEL RADIALS BLACKWALLS 40,000 MILE IIMITEO WRITTEN GUARANTEE MBplyjelITl L 1 , HSize I Price IP E T 1 155R-13 32.83 ll.61 I H 1300 16.5(8 ply l 74.9ZJ5.58I H-ISUply) Ul.ft2l4.23 1 ,: THOMPSON - Emma Lee Thompson, i resident of Amarillo for 20 years, passed away Saturday in Amarillo. She is survived by her husband, John C. Thompson, Amarillo; one daughter, Mrs. la Mar Parriih, Albuquerque; her mother, Mrs. Sam G. Bratton, Albuquerque; one lister, Mrs. George S. Johnson, Albuquerque; one brother, Judge Howard C. Bratton, Albuquerque; and one granddaughter, Valeria Parrish, Albuquerque. She was a member of the Methedist Church. Private funeral service will be held. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrangements. TOUR VILE - Requiem mass for Eugene N. Tourville will be celebrated this morning at 9 at St. Edwins Church. Interment will follow at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Gabaldon Mortuar-y, 1000 Coors SW, In charge. TRYALS - Funeral services for Rev. Charles Tryais will be held at 1 p.m. on Tuesday at the Metropolitan Temple Church of God in Christ with Rev. E.C. Cox officiating. Interment will be in Sandia Memory Gardens. Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE, in charge of arrangements. VALDEZ - Mrs. Lolita Valdez age 89, a resident of Albuquerque passed miiAir Ctinffalr Un VmAal is outiHiiAl ana v uuuuwj. ihio. i aiuvf so out f itmi by five sons, Florencio Valdez from Pico Rivera, Calif., Ruben, Clory, Andrew and Eddie Valdez all from Albuquerque; four daughters, Mrs. Waldo (Therese) Lucero, Mrs. Manuel (Josie) Ulibarri, and Angie Valdez all from Albuquerque and Mrs. Rudy (Mary) Perez from Pico Rivera, Calif.; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Martinez from Montebello, Calif.; 23 grandchildren and several great-grandchildren. Mrs, Valdez was a member of the Catholic Church. The family requests that no flowers be sent, but send contributions io a trust fund in her memory to the Albuquerque National Bank. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced by the Garcia Mortuary, Eighth and Stover SW. The family is staying at 2933 Santa Cruz SE. WEIRICH - Services for Ruth T. Weiricb will be held this afternoon at 2:00 in the Chapel in the Garden of French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, with Rev. Dale Lee officiating. Pallbearers will be Richard Lee Miller, Robert W. Spelts, S.G. McCUntock, Hero Tamura, Amado Salzar, and Jose Valdez. Interment will follow in Sunset Memorial Park. 924 Menaul NE. klameda Mortuary 9420 Fourth St., N.W 898-3160 Modern Facilities SuMial Director 1. A. "Tony" SantlllaMi FLOWERS SAY IT ALL . . , And Peoples makes the difference 7T FR78-14 PREMIUM 2 STEEL BELT RAWALS 82 F.ET. 2.58 STEEL BELTED RADIALS 50,000 MILE DMtTCO J- WRITTEN GUARANTEE. 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