Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 7
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Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, February 2, 1973
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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1973 · · » T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 7. Public Records MARRIAGES James «. Pruyn«, 24, El Caion, Calif., *nd Shervl A. Foster, IB, Tucsgn. Jesus R. Ollvas, leosl, Tucson, and TobvijS. Ollvas, legal, Tucson. . Michael Leslie, 20, Tucson, and Patll L. Quattlebium, 18, Tucson. Charles M. Burch, 23, West Liberty, W. Va., and Janet M. Hodqklns, 22, Tucson. ; Claude T. O'Nell, 68, Wisconsin Hills, WIs., and Mary W. Williams, M, Los Angeles, Calif. Warren S. Nlesen, B7, Anchoraae, Alaska, and Antoinette S. Cochran, 27,. Tucson. Anastasslos Bountalls, 29, Tucson, and Mary Busalacchi, 32, Tucson. DIVORCES Patricia Montano vs. Ylsldero Montano, complaint. Julia C. Bernal vs. Michael Bernal, C °SavidP'. Davanzatl vs. Jo Ann Davanzati, complaint. . Iris Hanson vs. Russell L. Hanson, oe- Cr Bo'rnIc* A. Rice vs. John C. Rice, de- C 'ph'yllls E. Ryan vs. Patrick M. Ryan, decree ' ' Marilyn Kurtz vs. Sieve B. Kurtz, de- Cr Ne'lli* M. McDancId vs. Norman L. M H^?y e VHimand,z vs. Beatrlc. 0. "ffv vs. Helen L. Oscar J. Ruiz, d.- fvlrr Jones vs. Kirbin Jones, Brown S. Gustafson vs. Ronald A. ftV Kristin. Curto, d* Cr iusan A. Self v». Rex A. Self, decre* of * n H±?S t i5ladut v.. Normi J. Gladue, dB Niona l.'Xwnon vs. David H. ICennon, ""johahn* E. Olson vs. Russell G. Olson, dc flnda J. Collier vi. David K. Collier, ae jargi Gallndo vs. Linda Gallndo, d«- CI Constanc* Bender vs. Adolph Bender, dC J C e r e fe D. Porter vs. Bruce L. Porter, dE Ma°ry L. Steffens vs. Hcndrv B.Steffens Jr glaanor i 'Robison vs. James Roblson, vs. Harold J. Ross, com- "'o'SvId C. Ewert vs. Judith K. Ewert, cc Seffe n A. Tellcz vs. Robert .Tellez Jr., "Ann Howard vs. Stephen Howard, com- · 'frene M.,Sabla vs. John D. Sabia, com- olalnt. BIRTHS Mr. and Mrs. David Jerald, Marana, · boy at 6:23 p.m. Jan. 28. _,,,, e ,,,,, Mr and Mrs. Curtis Farero, 502 E. Unl- v-fitv Blvcl, a boy at 11:14 a.m. Jan. a. Mr andI Mrl. Albert Watklns, 1321 E. River Road, a boy at 1:10 a.m. Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Michael A. ^\.n6W. Sfinla AAarla £t., a boy at 2:28 p.m. Jan. 3 " TUCSON MEDICAL CINTER Mr. and Mrs., Manuel Cil»dlllBi,2W5 S. 6th Avc., a boy at7:30p.m.··)·». _ Mr. and Mrs. John Reddlno Jr., 6171 E. Bellevue Ave., a boy at ?=»'iVp H!I Mr. and Mrs. John Colwell, «J41 E. Hel- ii girl at 11:14 p.m. Jan. 31. _ Mr. and Mrs. John Wallace, M56E, Nebraska Strav.i « flirt at 3:« «.m. Feb. 11 UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL , Mr. and Mrs. Carl Moseley, 5115 S Cactus Wren Ave., · boy »t 3:03 p.m Ja Mr?'«nd Mrs. Kenneth Thrwher, 1B4-S Treat Avc., a B rl at 4:32 ».m. Jan. 2». · Mr and Mrs. Charles Brown, 742 N Swan Road, a slrl at 8:13 P-m. Jan. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Horst Backbsrth, 5836 E. 3lst St, a boy at 7:45 a.m. Jan. 30. Mr. and Mrs. Haroldi Schum.ch.r, S«S S. Park Ave., a boy it 10:56 t.ffl. Jan. 30. ARRAIGNMENTS Superior Court · William H. Wchardson, no IMi er ·d- drcss listed, u-i^vrful posniilon «H mlirl- luana and unlawful R«»«Jlo$ of «(«n- flcrou5dru9*,trlalMlforWJY3. _ Robert C. Youn9, no wt or iddr«s llsted/uniawful offer to »M mir ujn. and unlawful transportation of m»rlluin« (two counts), Jun*12. A n t n o y Ardalls Mendo',«, no »flt or ,dd?is? listedTM Dol«ssi«n of . stolen mo- l ; S afle ,r . .ddress list- and committing felony while on ball, W j a aSes 3 A. Collins Jr., no ape or address Il4cd, unlawful sale of narcotics, March W \Vllllam Charles Grant, 23, «26 Cane oslto drawino check on Insufficient funds (two Vounts). Feb.- 20; unlawful possession of marijuana, March 15. Keith Wayne Johnson, no aqe or ao- riross listed, unlawful possession of dan- OC Ga U ry MSe^Bort, no aoe or address uS V unlawful wssesslon of mariluana, M Jamcs Edward Malbon and Richard s u n a p o s o ^ ^ 'Tett'h^obert Northwood, no a B e or address UitcdVunlawfol possession of marl- '"wavn^AnVhonv Dussault, 26, 1833 S. VaTBurcn Ave.; unlawful possession of "'SiS'^Vrvint, no . B e or addres, listed, unlawful possession of mariluana, Mav3. ROBBERIES men. both armed. Women plan new panel of Indians WINDOW ROCK (AP) About 150 women from four Indian tribes have met here to form a chapter of the North American Indian Women's Association. Members of the Navajo, Hopi, Zuni and Laguna tribes said they would join the group to improve home/family and community life for Indians. Mrs. Catherine Arviso, a Navajo, is one of the organizers. She said the group also hopes to improve Indian ;health, education and intertribal communications. Demos will hear TJApi'ofessor Donald W. Carson, University of Arizona journalism professor, will talk about "Our Misunderstood Media" at the Monday noon meeting of the Democrats of Greater Tucson. The meeting, at the Westerner Hotel, 63 S. Stone Ave., is open to the public. 'S IAHOI STOCK MUSIC SEAfiONMLLAR MUSIC @SAM LEVITZ MBVBJ D I R E C T TO YOU W A R E ^ H O U S t , . SEE OUR BIG "SURPRISES" DISCOVERED DURING INVENTORY! CLEARING THEM OUT AT SENSATIONAL SAVINGS TO YOU . FAMOUS BRAND, TOP QUALITY FURNITURE PRICED TO GO NOW! ITEMS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE SO HURRY! OPEN DAILY 9 to 9 · SATURDAY 9 to 6 OCCASIONAL PIECES DINING ROOM 7 SUITES CONTEMPORARY SOFA Black soft yinyl biscuit tufted back and reversible cushions. Walnut finish trim (al03) WARIHOUM SALE PRICE COLONIAL ROOM DIVIDER-BAR Rich, heavy maple finish. 5 ft. length complete with. light and brass rail (b73) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE COLONIAL STUDENT DESK Warm maple finish with mar-resistant top. 4-drawer style. Expert craftsmanship C (a 144) ** WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 197 55 197 MEDITERRANEAN SOFA Diamond tufted .back, reversible cushions. Oak finish arms and frame. By Southern (all) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 157 SPANISH SOfA in GOLD VELVET Diomond tufted back and arms, reversible cushions. Oak finish trim. By Southern (a25) WAMHOUM SALE MICK SOFA In FUR-UK! FABRIC Plush channel tufted back, reversible cushions. Luxurious mink tone fake fur (a/8) WAREHOUM SALI MUCI 177 199 SPANISH CURIO CABINET --Choice of Gold or Pocan Finishes 3-PIECE SPANISH BEDROOM by BASSETT 189 WAREHOUSI SALE MICE Pecgn finish triple dresser, framed mirror and full/queen size headboard (b38) MATCHING CHEST $82 NIGHTSTAND $47 5-pc. MEDITERRANEAN by BASSETT Pecan finish oval table with 18" leaf plus four matching C side chairs (b80) ^ WAREHOUSE SALE MICE 5-pc. MODERN GROUP by BASSETT Rich pecan finish rectangular table, arm chair and three side chairs (b60) WAREHOUSE f All P*tlE 168 178 88 WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE Elegant decor accent and curio display.' Glass door with interior light, door base. (a77, a86) BASSETT 3-pc. MODERN BEDROOM Pecan finish double dresser, framed mirror, full /queen size headboard (b87) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 222 SLEEPERS ORNER UNITS LOVESEAT-SLEEPER Rich plaid Herculon®. Love- seat by day, sleeper at night (a 174) "' WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 177 DECORATOR MIRROR by BASSETT Handsome gold and black frame, 28 x 40". Plate glass. Lovely for any room (a40) · WARIHOUM SALE PRICE LANE RECORD CABINET Mediterranean design. Holds records and tapes. Drop-front for easy selection (a9) WAREHOUSE SALE MICE RECLINERS ROCKERS BASSETT 3-pc. MEDITERRANEAN Door-and-drawer triple dresser, framed mirror, full /queen |jt size headboard (b21) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 395 44 97 BASSETT 4-pc. KING BEDROOM Off-white, red velvet trim . . . triple dresser, twin -framed mirrors, king size headboard. WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 5-PIECE COLONIAL DINING ROOM Maple finish oval table with mar-resistant surface, four' CL mates' chairs (b74) ** WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 96 444 LOUISVILLE 5-PIECE DINETTE Rectangular table, four hi- $ GOLD VINYL RECLINER Biscuit tufted back. Adjusts to three comfortable seating positions (a 134-3) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE back chairs in floral vinyl (a!3) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 59 47 127 9-PIECE CORNER UNIT Quilted floral coverlets, walnut finish table. Sleeping or seating. WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE QUEEN SLEEPER by KROEHLER Gold velvet chenille. Makes a spacious queen width bed. (a 175) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE 217 SPANISH RECLINER byBERKLINE 127 BABY CRIB by BABYLINE Maple finish. Both sides spring adjust to three convenient positions (b82) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE BASSETT SPANISH HEADBOARD Spanish design in off-white finish . . . your choice of twin, full or queen size (b30) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE Spanish at its Best by BASSETT Four-drawer chest in off-white finish. (Matches headboard listed above) b29 WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE *26 29 69 WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE Black crushed vinyl with ornate gold finish sides, oak grain frame (al 34-2) $ COLONIAL SLEEPER T o a s t t w e e d H e r c u l o n , maple finish trim. Makes a full size bed (a8) $ 227 MAN-SIZE RECLINER Diamond tufted back. Black or gold durable vinyl. Threeway adjustable (al34-1) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE PAYSTROM 7-pc. SPANISH DINETTE Oak grain octagonal table, six chairs cushioned in red vinyl (a 15) WAREHOUSE SALE MICE DAYSTROM 5-pc. MODERN DINETTE White round pedestal table, four red vinyl c u s h i o n e d chairs (al 3) WAREHOUSE SALE MICE LOUISVILLE 7-PIECE DINETTE Rectangular table, six avocado floral vinyl hiback chairs (a94) WAREHOUSE SALE MICE 139 128 75 UNPAINTED DRESSER BASE 10 drawers. 52" width, 34" height. Made of Ponderosa pine, ready to stain or paint (b81) WAREHOUSE SALE PRICE SAVE THE SAM LEVITZ WAREHOUSE WAY LOCATION: Industrial district ri«M on our own railroad spur VOLUMI: carload Rurchasinff k**»s cost way down ... tho SAM LIVIT1 WAREHOUSE WAY passes tho savin** on ttt you WAREHOUSE: with sHowro*m s»llin« diroctly to tho public us* our instant crodit H!f 0V* REVOLVING CHARGE BANKAMERICARD EAST 18th STREET 1 BLOCK WiST of PARK master charge 7J5-32M

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