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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE DEATHS PUBLIC RECORDS 2 Privates James Carey · James Carey, 41, of 3050 E. San Mateo PL, died yesterday at St Mary'i Hospital. Native of Hutchinson. Kan. Came to Tucson 19 years ago. On the board of directors of Carey Salt Co.; graduate of Northwestern University; member of Phi Delta Theta fra-, ternity; the Old Pueblo Club and .the Tucson Country Club. Husband of Suzanne. Father of Sheila. Son of Mrs. Degnan Carey, Tucson. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. tomorrow at the Kerr Mortuary, 4601 E. 1st St., with the Rev. D. S. Buncombe, of St. Michael and All Angels Church, officiating. The body Will be sent to Hutchinson for final services and burial. Joseph Gordon Hammond The body of Joseph Gordon Hammond, 75, of 3000 E. 6th St., ·who died yesterday, will be sent to Flint, Mich., for funeral services and burial. Arizona Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. Christopher Harning Christopher Harning, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome K. Harn- /rs THE CONGRESS HOTEL BY CHOICE and NOT BY CHANCE ' 111 EAST CONGRESS «!· the Heart of Tucson" · Individually Controlled Airconditioned Guest Rooms · Every Room Hai Bath or Shower · FREE PARKING · BARBER SHOP · BEAUTY SHOP · SUN DECK · COFFEE SHOP · CONGRESS TAP ROOM · SPECIAL RATES FOR SUMMER VISITORS TEL. MA 2-8848 Operating M«r. Dick Kent jing. of 2031 E. Water St., died i Wednesday at St. Mary's Hospital. Three sisters also survive. Graveside services were held at 11 a.m. today in Babyland of! Holy Hope, Cemetery. j Mrs. Lena Listenes I Mrs. Lena Listenes, 78, of 827 I E. Adelaide Dr., died yesterday at her residence. Native of Europe. Came to Tucson from Pittsburgh, Pa., in 1940. Mother of Harry List, Milford, Conn., and Mrs. Joe Locker, Southfield, Mich. Eight grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Funeral services were scheduled for 2:30 p.m. today at the Arizona Mortuary chapel. Burail in Evergreen Cemetery. Marvin Lott The body of Marvin Lott, infant son of Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Lott, who died Wednesday at St. Mary's Hospital, will be sent by Reilly's Funeral Home to Gary, Ind., for funeral services and burial. Ramon £. Maldanado Ramon E. Malanado, 80, of 507 W. 33rd St. died Wednesday at Pima County Hospital. Native Tucsonian. Retired butcher. Husband of Refugia. Father "of Antonia, Mrs. Petra Ann Rodriguez, Jose, Jesus and Juan, all of Tucson, and Mrs. Maria M. Franks, Madera, Calif. Twenty-two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. A rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today, at the Tucson Mortuary chapel. Mass will be said at 9 a.m. Friday in San Agustin Cathedral. Burial in Holy Hope Cemetery. Mrs. Golda T. Miller Mrs. Golda T. Miller, 73, a Tucson resident for 15 years, died May 30 in Joplin, Mo. Native of Unionville, Mo. Retired teacher and graduate of the University of Oklahoma. Member of the First Methodist Church. Mother of Mrs. Emma M. Kingsford, Tu|son and Mrs. Perdena Duncan, Birming- HEADQUARTERS FOR GIFTS For the Graduate For the June Bride For the Vacationer TRANSISTOR RADIOS PHONOGRAPHS RECORDS ALBUMS F I V l l L O C A T I O N S 178 E. IfMftrty · Sm at Stm it Manrti · Ctwrty Fair Skiffi* ·Mftun'i t tr»Rt It Arnnwi ham, Mich, Sister of Mrs, Mnuree Loughead, and Mrs. Atta Wells, both of Tulsa, OWa.; Clarence ; Tingley, Sand Springs, Okla. Sev-i en grandchildren. Funeral ser-1 vices will be held at 10:30 a.m. ; tomorrow at Bring's Funeral Home chapel, w i t h the Rev. Charles L. Wharton, of F i r s t j Methodist Church, officiating, i Burial will be in the Masonic j Plot of Evergreen Cemetery. j Harry Mindlin j The body of Harry Mindlin, 54, j of 1077 W. Wetmore St., who was i found dead in his automobile! Wednesday night, will be sent by, Reil!y's Funeral Home to New York City for funeral services and burial. Fountain manager for the Catalina Drugstore, he was a veteran of World War II. Came to Tucson six months ago from Brooklyn. Husband of Jean. A daughter also survives. Alice V. Oldertyn Alice V. Oldertyn, 79, of 5334 E. 28th St., died Wednesday in Phoenix. A native of Mississippi, she had lived in Tucson since 1950. Wife of Peter. Friends may call at Reilly's Funeral Home tonight. Mass will be said at S a.m. tomorrow at St. Joseph's Church. Burial in "South Lawn Memorial Park. Nathan Schiffer Nathan Schiffer, 69, of 4314 E. Elmwood St., died yesterday at Tucson Medical Center. Native of Russia. Came to Tucson 18 years ago from New York City. Retired clothing manufacturer. Husband of Gussie. Funeral services were scheduled for 2 p.m. today at the Arizona Mortuary chapel. The body will be sent to New York City for further fervices and burial. Michael Zenco Michael Zenco, 80, of 4125 S. 4th Ave., died Tuesday at Pima County Hospital of injuries suffered after being struck down by an automobile on South 6th avenue Monday night. Native of Austria-Hungary. Came to Tucson 14 years, ago from Cleveland, Ohio. Father of Michael, John, Joseph, George, Mrs. Elizabeth Mrmor, Mrs. Katherine Downing, Mary, Veronica and Anna, all of the Cleveland area. A rosary was recited at 8:30 p.m. yesterday at Reilly's Funeral Home chapel. Mass was said at 9 a.m. today at St. John's Catholic Church. Burial was in Holy Hope Cemetery. Dead Motorist Died Of Seizure Harry Mindlin, 54, of 1077 W. Wetmore St., who was found dead in his automobile Wednesday night, died of heart disease, according to an autopsy performed by Dr. Louis Hirsch, county medical examiner. Mr. Mindlin, who came to Tucson six months ago from Brooklyn, N.Y., was fountain manager at the Catalina Drugstore. He was a veteran of World War II. Surviving are hii wife, Jean, and a daughter. The body will be lent by Reilly's Funeral Home to New York City for funeral services and burial. UliSl B1I1D From Ronstidt's 2-Floor i» Houtcwarc Department PENGUIN SERVER ELECTRIC BEAN POTS Smmw -- bok*t beans in a gtm- wint stoiwwart pot to mokt th«m lizzi* -- also prepares cooked cereal, ttews, dried fruits or keeps food worm *« ^ _ for serving. 7.V5 FLAVO-MATICS Now JOB CM fcnp ice cub** md? Cor we 4 to t hours. Thit Jo- Milted ftrver has 2-qwn ctpecity. Be eider pMtenring ice cubes, the Pen(Dui kecpt tot tJtsbec oven-hot for Monks or buffet! foe 1 to 2 hours. Inside of server it minlcM-stcel. Han- diet ue rkk wtlmu colored plastic. OVENETTE ror mtM cvte of *9.50 BttBtifulJy matched Havo-n ·ome -- for fe» than .you'd expect to poy for ont ewoviatk coffee 'maker! The 2 to S and 6ie» emp FlevtMmdo provide delicxw* coffee for ever* «c- C*MM -- 2 M i cups /er tnJtfttt; 6 to t tuft tor iKiMun 13 eupi er mart tte pfrlifi. Hevo merio hrew coffee, mo perkiA( e*d kee» enffee fcoc -- M Atotoip $12.50 $lf.95 Dgncfct/ltS Vi ·**«***· ^y 70N.6THAVE. PH. MA 3-3691 NAAOWAftC MACHIMCfW CITY COURT James Howsare, William Kimball, Magistrates Juitm Jonquin. drunk, »10 bond forfeited. Jamet Shoumakcr. drfraudmi taxi oonipan'. 1100 bond, trill Auc. 5. Raul Garcia, prlty larren.v, »» or )0 dav». Cuadalupr RucblaK. Oolnrn Sr^liln. XoUn Olivrr. OdHl ROECFS. drunk. $20 or 20 d»y», GUb»rtn Vidal. M!ai"-1 nomero. r»ck- le«s driviiiK- fl^i or 5 da'*. Mildred Williami. drunk, SM or *) dn'«. Junn Gamez, ntirgUry. 1o Pima County. James Kllchi-r, drunk, atcravaltd aixault. to Piina County. Jart W, Williams, aggravated auault, to Pin\a County. Carol Crowe, taking a child from lawful guardian, to Pima County, Frank Stein, Lester OeWildt, drunk. $10 or 10 days. Vera Lee Gordon, illccm and Improper divenrion, reset to July ». Joshua Price, vagrancy, »50 bond, trial Aue. S. James Erwin. loitering. dUmls^ed, lack of prosecution. Robert Garden, speeding. »15 or da': failure to appear. *2S or 5 days. SOUTH TUCSON Mack .Brewer, Town Magistrate Ixjuii Unite, drunk, $10 or 10 day*.' JUSTICE COURT Alice N. Truman, Precinct 1 Clark H. Johnson, Precinct 2 Norman E. Gre«n, Precinct 4 Ravmond T- Htln vi. VIMa TV Mllri, Herman Wilson Sun-nil vy. Grace M a l i * vSurrall. complaint. Elma Marie Fedeuen vi, Chitfttian Berutr Prderiwn. complaint, MARRIAGE LICENSES " John S. M*nictn. 19, WatUworth. j Ohin, anrt Harbara C. Srhwartj, it. El | P«»o, Tex i Franklin W. Cncennxn, 33, Tiirann, and Joan C. Davi.", 13, Tunon. : F.itaene Elliott St!le, Kl, Mountain- ildr, N'.J., and Betty G«y \Vi«, », Phoenix. ; | Dave Schie»el. 33, Turton, and Unrta ' j Mishklnd. 18, Tiii'non. I Tlllman O, Dick»on. JLI. Tucton. and ' j Paula Aileeon McCain. 31, Tucton. i I Jack C. Enclet. 30. Tucion. and I Diana A. Oviatl, ID, Tuwon. i Joel C. Edljon, 3Z, Phomix, and '. Sherle* J. Wlllett, 38. Tucion. LIQUOR"INCENSES Application from Elvira J, Brttinccr, A« Uquoj- Store. 1S1 £. Meyer Avr.. lor license for package *ale of jdl liquors. Application from Edward C. Jacob*, Bench Comber. 76 S. Meyer Avc.. /or license to s*ll »Il liquors by packagf and in individual portion*. Application fron\ Henry W. Amado, The Open Door, 742 Benson Hwy.. for license to nell «H liquor by puckAgc nnd In Individual portion*. Application from Edward B. Jacobs Jr., Catnltna Tavern. 1104 S. Wibtiot. for license to sell all liquor by package and in individual portions. Kirkpatrick Outlines His Off To India; Qualifications For Sheriff Uncle' I avs By Staff Correspondent Joaquln Astiazaran. drunk , driving, $100 «nd 10 days. George W. Morgan, drunk driving. reduced to r*ckles» driving, $100 or 6 days. Carol June Crowe, taking chUd from lawful guardian, continued to June 3 for attorney. Hoy Peralta, failur* to provide, petition lor revocation of ·probation continued to'June 22. Jack Dawaon, Mcond degree burglary, dismissed. Alfred Nisten, four count of making false representation for obtaining unemployment benefits; count one. »0 days suspended: count two. two. days in city jail; counta three and four, «0 day« suspended on «ach count. SUPERIOR COURT Dan Schimmelpfennig, Court Commissioner Judge John F. MoIIoy, Div. 1 Judge Lee Garrett, Div. 2 Judge Robert 0. Roylston, Div. J Judge Herbert F. Krucker, Div. 4 Judge Raul H. Castro, Div. 5 Grayce Gibson O'Neill, Clerk Tuofon. Utilities Supply Co. vs. Glad- dini;, McBean ' Co.. complaint for Judgment in breach of contract. Winifred M. Collier, »urviving wU« ot Walter A. Collier, deceased, vs. William D. 'Guitteau «t al, compUint for danuget, 1150.000. ' Dwyer H. Hawley et ,ux. «tc. v«. Mark. E. Barber et ux, judgment In favor of plaintiffs in th« mim of II,3311.10. Sajn Fox vs. Ttiomas J. Neavitt. judgment, in -favor of plaintiff in the sum ot «1,2SO. Ira Turldn dba Pima Home Improvement Co. vs. Stephen J. Bickford «t ux. complaint on debt, »!.(B7.10. China Dry Goods Co. v«. Paul V. Mcrrirnan dba Vista Pharmacy, (iis- misaed with prejudice. Rndolfo T. Mesa vs. Waihinxton National Insurance Co., complaint for judgment in the amount of 1333.33. Sarah B. Stewart vr. The City of Tucion et al. complaint for damages, fZi.ooo. Guitav A. Yering v». Martin and Maxine RUSH, judgment in favor ot plaJnttff In the «um of I172.J«. John Aboud et ux v». William Hluako et ux, complaint for recovery of realty property. Roosevelt Walker, administrator cf the estate of Stanford McFadden, et *1, v». The Greyhound Corp. et al, oomplajnt for damages, $88,242. U. S. DISTRICT COURT Judge James A. Walsh, presiding Bankruptcy petition: Y^nacio Cama- chn, debts o $2,232.11 and aiweti of $745 lilted. DIVORCES Calvin W. Dlxon v«. Verna M. Inxon, decree. Ina K. Lan* vt. Joaeph Lane, *om- plalnt. Clifford P, Kirkpalrick, a Re- In nnwr to a question, Kirk- publican candidate for sheriff, said p a l r i ( . k r r i l i c i 7 r d n n mc , (lrm u n d ( , r ; ! yesterday tic i* the host qualified T , . , . . . , , i · i , ,, " . .. . , H u r r s a d m i n i s t r a t i o n where a drn- . . . i , e r . r. ' o f tllr announced candidates for i » i . « i « . i and the U. S. State Department , .. ( ff uty ftrt-d at a flccin;; prisoner and are sending two privates on ,10-dnv '· ' . \,\u ltl \ .. hvcinnrinr leaves to India inrnormw. ' "«' s l wkc ° lhe Y « un B ^ w ^' hyslandrr. After an absence of ei u lu vrars '· calls Chlh ' Ollwr wnrtidalrs are "IVputies should he t r n i n H lo Pfc. Murli Advani, nn Indian na" Sheriff Waldon V. Burr, seeking; ^ a K m only when a m a n is tional. is poinR home. . re · election on the Ocmorralir. ; comiii): toward them, not r u n n i n g 1 And going with him IK his '' c l*et, and former Undrrshrriff i awiiy. To shool at a man r u n n i n R friend, Pfc. Peter .1. Marr.hitcllo ! A r t h u r A. Gmnde, H!M H Derno-' a "'y srts the drputy ui HS a Gnu. a native of Brooklyn, who has j.""'- " : t l c hn ,'. (ls a - l r i a l nn tll(- m a n r 'R h t wanted to visit India for 10 years. \ Kirk p a tric k had 20 years of po- 1 ' 1(IC ' The two friends hope the trip j lice and police-detective e.xpcri-1 '*° M ' 1 '' '""· " i a l pr'^wrs may help cement good relations! enre, before coming to Tucson. Hn! s l l m i l ( l ^ hnnclnilf.-d when beinp between their two countries--even I served with the. Tucson Pnlir.e De-l rscorlrd h X a deputy to n trial or in a small way. , j parlmem for five years d u r i n g : n e n r i n P- The transportation to India from j World War I I . """ the West Coast is being set up | by the Army and the Slate Department. In India, the two servicemen will stay with Advani's family in Bombay. Advani attended Bombay University before coming to PARIS - UP! -- Sign in Parif buses; "As a hygiene measure, it is recommended that passengers do not carry tickets in the mouth." Lawns of Smilin' Sam Sayi: BERMUDA CAN be B e a u t i f u l IF YOU'LL Fertilize, walcr and cut properly Tucson Fertilizer Co. at 3900 N. Fail-view Rd. HELPS "Green Thumber*" j Victim Nearly | Recovered i BIRTHS DAVIS-MONTHAN HOSPITAL S-Sst, and Mrs. Jamts E. Hyde, ills X. »th, a boy at 5:40 p.m. Junt 2. A.2.C. and Hfr». Arthur Washington, 422 r. Linden, a cirl at 1:OS p.m. June 3. A.J.C. and Mrs. Kenn*th Budine. 1827 K. 7th. « g-lrl at 3:40 a.m. June 3. ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mm. Harold Coptnhnver, «52S Calle CapptU. a boy at 0:18 a.m. June 2. Mr. and Mri. Robert Lovelesa. 1428 K. nth. a firl at 0:53 a.m. June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Joya, B41 W. Congress, a urirl at 12:59 p.m. June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bedding. (1202 I. Mth, a boy at f:03 p.m. June I. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Adams, 6410 S. Euclid, a . boy at 9:59 p.m. June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Goniales. M02 S. Alaska, a boy at 3:09 am. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olivaa. 1011 N. Grande, a girl at 8:49 a.m. June 2. . Mr. and Mr*. Loul* Marajchlello, J552 Desert PI., a firl «t 1:21 p.m. June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campbell, iS3 r. Kth. a boy at 3:39 p-m. Juno 2. Mr. and Mr«. Carl Holder, S4M E. Bellevxir, a girl at 3:40 p.m. June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Hobert Martinez. Oracle Star Rt. Box 15, a firl at i:37 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wiley Elliott, 1SU V. Swnn, a girl at 8:5* p.m. June 2. Mr. and Mrs. Telbt Rodriguez. MO W. Jlst, a boy at 10:37 p.m. June 2. FIRE CALLS Cllll In M H o u r i to I «,m. Today) (Cilli in 24 Hourt to I i.m. Todiy) 3:25-4:09 p.m.--Enfine II to 8122 E. Ft. Low«U. brush (ire. (City) ·.1:M-3:SS p.m.--Ensin* 7 to 1W N. Dodw, briwh lire. (City) 3:«-4:04 p.m.--Enitlnei 1 »nd 3 »nd Ludder 1 to 138 X. 18th St., trwph ftr«. (City* 5:30-5:5(1 p.m.--En*in» e ts HIT Ave- nidi Cirio, ar tire. (City) 1.53-8:04 p.m.-- Ermine* XI and I Mid Ladder 1 to 838 X. IJnden. car flrr. (City) 8:03-8:17 p.m.--En»ln* in to 3023 K. Benson Highway, tru^k fire. (City) 9:08-6:36 p.m.--Beicue i to Southfal* ·hoppinr center, first aid. (City) 3:SM:0« «.m.--Heicu* 1 to 500 E. Jrd St., flrirt «ld. (City) U. S.OKsCIarkdale Sewage Plan Loan WASHINGTON - Iff) - The Community Facilities Administration has announced approval of an advance of $8,394 to Clarkdale, in Arizona, for planning a sewage treatment plant and outfall line estimated to cost $135,470. NOW HE'S REALLY GRADUATING! NIW oreico Jtl (rif till with hindsoma trjvelini MS* with Kotmry With the New Spcedshaver you give him on the "Big Day", he'll be graduating into the luxury-shaving class. And there's no finer luxury than facing life each morning with a smooth, comfortable Norelco-shaved skin. No pinch. No pull. No cuts. And no irritation.., while shaving or after shaving. Exclusive Flip-Top cleaning. No wonder Norelco is the world's largest-selling shaver.. SVMIM cum lauift! Travel with President Eisenhower to Russia vi» the University of Michigan, where he was graduated in 19, r i5. Mnrchi- tello graduated from New York j University in 1957. i LOS ANGELES --Up|_Kennolh Before entering service. Advnni Earnest, 22, who almost died of NOftTM AMCtlCAN ^MILIW COWfAMY, INC. fM E. Owl H, NMtMc IT. N. T. t IV fFMWR IV worked for the Flour Corp. of Los Angeles and Marchitello was with the New York Daily News. Here, Advani is a. programmer with the combat developments and Marchitello is editor of the post newspaper, the Huachuca Scout. Dead Lads' Dad Offers Grim Advice POMONA, Calif --«v- Jimmy McDonald, 14, and his brother, Tommy, 12, wanted to be pilots. They read all they could on flying. And Jimmy and his father^ built countless model planes. When the boys ran away Tuesday night--for the second time- it was to carry out Jimmy's promise: to learn to fly, "or die trying." Early yesterday, in a light plane they stole nnd somehow got off the runway of a nearby field, Jimmy, Tommy and their pet doR died in R flaming smashup on a school playground. Their total flying time: 10 minutes. Later newsmen sought to talk to Dalton McDonald, father of the boys and two yoangcr girls. McDonald, a tall, massive man, said grimly: "Tell parents what they've got to do is keep control of their kids." Then he slammed the door. a snake bite, was in fine health and bark home today nt his pnr- enls' reptile farm in suburban Buena Park. Earnest, given only a l-in-3 chance of living when bitten by the world's deadliest snake 17 days ago, walked out of General Hospital almost completely recovered yesterday, "I'm really anxious to get back to my snakes," smiled Earnest as he waved goodby to doctors and nurses. Earnest was bitten on the finger by an Australian tiger snake while he was feeding the snakes kefH at his parents' reptile farm in Buena Park. 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