Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 3, 1973 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, February 3, 1973
Page 10
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PAGE 10 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N · · SATURDAY. FEBRUARY 3. 1973 Records Public MARRIAGES Richard V. "R; ErlcksonVi Mary L Si Packard, 24, Tucson, and scon R; erickson, fa, Tucson, and prls- cllla R. Hahn, 25, Tucson. , John R. Dedrlck, 40, Green Valley, and Helen J. Thornton, 58, Green Valley. Timothy A. Tlwcker, 20, Tucson, and «",arr J. Altken; 21, Tucson. · - "ontoya Jr., 2fc Yuma, and , ., , Waf-B. Parrls, 19, Tucson. TBpmas R. Boomerihlnt, 27, Troy, and Diane E. Massev, 23, Tucson. . Kenneth E. Fredstrom, M, Bralnerd, . V.., and N,- . .... 9, Alo, and Debra S. Komack, IS, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Louis J. Rublano, 21, Tucson, and Martha A; Gasklll, 20, Tucson. David W. -lackson, legal, Tucson, and Grsce L. Keller, leqal, Tucson. " Martin C. Hall, 22, Tucson, and Carolyn MjJessler, 20, Tucson..; - · ' . , 1 Paul A. Casanova; 5S, Phoenix, and Carelou A. Zamie, 42, Phoenix. . Gilberts Vlllela, 45, Tucson, and Marcla R.;Estrada, 39, Tucson. DIVORCES 'Frann T; Beck vs. William C. Beck, dev cl /widrtd Harvey vs. Luther W. Hsrv«y, Jamei C. Vandall Jr. vs. Sharon E. Vcndall, decree. ,. Ofella Hernandez by her guardian Eliria Felix vs. Rudy Hernandez, decree. ' Caslmer Plotrowskl vs. Sara B. Plotr "iffflza'bethT'Smlth vj. Billy Smith,'(!*· Cr 5ody A Van Winkle vs. Kenneth S. Van Winkle, decree. ... · ! ,, , , Rwlr* B. Felqel .vs. Steven A. F«!°el, " "RU^'M. Welael v*. Alvln Welgel, d»- ' Koslk vs. Richard W. kosik, ... i L. Good* vs. K. ,Lam«ln« ^ RlissalfXIennett vs. Eleanor Bennett, :. Anthony vs. Joseph P.-An- Robert S. Rlch- i. Paul A. Lemleux, j. RaesanL. Testa, com- B 'sandra J. Natiole vs. Robert E. Nauole, Howard'R. AAurtaoh vs. Dorothy S. AAurtagh, complaint. · . u ·E. 'Louise Hyland v$. Richard. J. Hy- la Swfenc* a 'E." Xltehtn vs, Edeltraud ..·y^fCliSffiivi. Donald E. Smith, Alma Hedges v*. Leanard -Hodges, Doreen M. Gasnier vs. Kenneth J. Gas- n! IarS m ^. al Rtr vs. Kenneth L. Fife, "frnesTlna Brooks vs. Clarence Brooks, eernplalnt. ' - BIRTHS . 40«r»H*s HOSPITAL ,, Mr; and Mrs. Lumtr Keclm, 553) ST. _ E. S.-nch»nted Hills Drive, . *! 5' Frt ST.' MARY'S HOSPITAL _ w Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Carrioan, JW W. , RWhrauff Road, a boy at 4:25 a.m. Feb. Z " TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore, sahuarlta, ' M°r V . a^Mls'.-Savi^ricKl.nO. 1776 S. Palo Verde Ave., » boy at 1:37 P.m. Feb. '·Mrl and Mrs. Dennis ,Rhat«l,«73N. Hansa Drive, a boy at 2:14 p.m. FtB. 1. · · Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Avery, «441 E . Coletta St., a qlrl at 3:35 q.m. Feb. 1. ·· i Mr. and Mrs. Russ Henderson, 1431 E. Benson Hwv.* a Birl at 5:17 p.m. Feb. 1. Mr^ and Mrs-.Lawrance Morehead, 7215 E. Stella Road, a slrl at 6:14 p.m. Feb., I. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McFarlane, 1949 S. 4th Ave., a olrl at 7:07 p.m. Feb. 1. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Miller, 712 W. Llmlwrlost Drive, a boy.at 3:06 a.m. Feb. 2 "Mr, and MM. Gtoro* Matsh,_4«iJ5 E. Drexe. « t 6 . . ! F , b . 2. tar. and Mrs. Rex QtilOley. 7432 K. Calle Los Arboles, a boy at 12 midnight Jan. 31. , BURGLARIES ,From Stella M. Youno, 93JW. Callt Javellna, shotoun, television and ewelrv; valued at nm, reported to po|lc*,yes- te From Irving HulnlcK, «a E. Call* Mercurlo, coin collection valued at W r o n , . St., rifles and shotgun valutd tt $M2, n. Park Ave., SI MO In furniture, reported to s, 424 N. 4th Ave.) 1700, reported to pol Ice yesterday. : FIRES ·Residence, W29 W. Sonor» St., 10:54 p.m. yesterday. *150 estimated damaot. ROBBERIES S70, from U-Todem Store, 504 W. N«' braska' St., 12:15 a.m. today, on* man, armtd. Overseas employment program set Overseas employment opportunities will be explored at a panel discussion at 10 a.m. Friday at the University of Arizona Education Audito rium. Panelists win be Hoy Blake, UA associate professor of education and former administrator of American schools in Pakistan and Greece; Robert Hale, associate director of the UA Placement Service; UA research assistant Ray Haugan, former administrator of the American school on Kwa- jalein atoll; and Robert Morrow, former administrator of the American school in Tehran, Iran. A slide presentation will be given, and lists of addresses for employment inquiries will be distributed. The program will be open to the public, free of charge. Workshop on water set at UA A workshop dealing with ground water supplies in southern Arizona has been scheduled Feb. 5 through April 16 at the University of Arizona. The workshop will consist of 10 sessions, meeting from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. in Room 134 of the Agriculture Building. 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D rive Ajo Way west to 3-Points, then take Sasabe Rd. south 31/2 miles to the Diamond Bell Ranch entrance. Enter Diamond Bell and follow the signs . to models. Three exciting model 'homes now open! TS24 *A division of SQUlH(U£StPROKRVES,mc.

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