Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 8, 1968
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PAGE 10 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 GENERAL CHAIRMAN Robert R. Long Named To Key Post In UCC Arizona Children's Home Installs New Officers '·· Robert R. Long, a veteran campaigner for the United Community Campaign, has been named general chairman of the 1968-69 campaign. His appointment was announced today by Fred H. Jobusch, UCC. president. Long began his volunteer service with UCC in 1955 and has had major leadership roles in . past campaigns. He has headed J itwo of the major divisions and Jast year was vice chairman. He also is a member of the board of directors. Long already has had several panning meetings with past leaders and is beginning recruitment of division leaders. ' x Long is vice president and director of Arizona Mortuary. He .was educated in the Tucson Schools, attended the University of Arizona and graduated from the San Francisco College of .Mortuary Science. He is a veteran of World War II. , ; He has been a member of the board of directors of the National Conference of Christians and Silicone Rubber-Coated Light Bulbs Go On Sale RECORDS PUBLIC :: MARRIAGE LICENSES Paul E Jolley, W, Tucson, and Pauline L. Jewell, 45, Tucson. Robert Cessel, 20, Tucson, and Geneva Baler, 18, Tucson. ' Edward Steven Mayer, 36, Tucson, and l!ois Fern Fuller, 30, Tucson. ' L u i s Estrada Cota, 25, Tucson, and Josle M. Cordova, IB, Tucson. ···Hyland William Cobb, 48, Los Angeles, Calif, and Elaine Katharine Austin, 37, Los Angeles. ..Jens C. Westeisaard, 77, Green Valley, and Alma E. Rasmussen, 70, Green Valley. Sobbie Michael Hansen, 2], Tulsa, Okla.. and Lille Kay Goodwin, 19, Tucson. Michael Steven Wilson, 18, Tucson, and Laura Carrizosa Cruz, 18, Tucson. Emllio SequrBi-Zavalia, 65, Tlluana, Baia California, Mexico, and Gladys Tye Edmondson, 55, Cananea, Son. Mex. James Earl Butler, 21, Tucson, and Dorothy Ann Hueston, 24, Tucson. ____ Charles Alan Thlm, 23, Tucson, and -fjeanerfe Lynn Boyd, 20, Tucson. ~* DIVORCE ACTIONS Annette Ellen White vs. Rolson Edward 4 White, decree. Sandra Scott vs. Gary Scott, decree. :-».Charla Commerv vs. Gary Charles «CommerVr decree. ·' Catherine F. Adler vs. Maurice R. Ad* .ler, complaint, ·* , -Wllma I. Klstler vs. Kenneth E. KIs- «· tter, complaint. f * ..Max Glover vs. Martha F. Glover, ^ Robert R. Long Jews and has served on the board of both the Metropolitan YMCA and the Central YMCA. He is a member of Catalina Rotary Club and the Casas Adobes Congregational Church. He is married and has three sons. The family resides at 1865 West Vista Lejos. Mrs. Raymond Clark, 4861 E. Paseo Luisa, was installed today as president of the Arizona Children's Home Association. She succeeds Mrs. Hiram Cochran, who' served as president the past two years. Other officers are Dr. Ira Larsen, Jack Kittle and Mrs. Milem C. Livesay, vice presidents; Mrs. Charles Ramsey, secretary, and Frank Guthmann, treasurer. Elected to the board of directors were George Amos Jr., Robert Vance and Mrs. Donald Starr, all of Tucson. The new officers were installed at the home, 2700 S. 8th Ave., where the association held its 56th annual meeting and luncheon. Chairman from 40 auxiliary boards from through- cut the state gave reports on | their activities. Mrs. Laura Ganoung, chairman of special education for District 1, was the featured speaker. At the meeting, an honorary life membership in the association was awarded to Mrs. John 0. Richmond, a board member for 15 years and a past president, and to Dr. Milton C.F. Semoff, who has been asso- a program for Mrs. Raymond Clark ciated with the home since 1944. The Arizona Children's Home Association, a United Community Campaign agency, is licensed to place adoptive children in any county in the state. For 1967, it reported a total of 92 adoptions. The association also provides care and counseling for unwed parents, foster care for chil- dren, and emotionally disturbed children with special residential care and educational facilities at the home. Some of the home's emotio nally disturbed children also at tend Covert School, 2701 S. 8th Ave., which was constructed by the Arizona Children's Horn Association. The school is oper ated in conjunction with seven public school districts, the Cath olic Diocese of Tucson, the Tucson Child Guidance Clinic, and the University of Arizona. The Arizona Children's Home Association last year operated on a budget of $238,578, with a contribution of $45,430 from the UCC. Other sources of income included endowment income, $36,532; statewide auxiliary contributions, $18,279; fees -- paid by agencies and families of children, $76,636; thrift shop operation, $28,351; miscellaneous, $6,295; repayment of financial assistance, $8,254; and transfer of capital funds, $38,800. The Arizona Children's Home Association is a voluntary supported organization and is incorporated as a non-profit, charitable corporation. CLEVELAND, Ohio (AP) General Electric Co. put on the market this week a new line of light bulbs coated with silicone rubber to prevent shattering and to protect them against weather, shock and sudden drastic temperature change. The translucent coating re. duces the amount of light trans mitted by only 5 per cent, GE said, while resistance to physical impact is Increased up to 70 per cent. Usually, if the buib is broken, the glass splinters are retained within the coating, GE said. The bulbs are available in 25 to 200 watt power and sell for about twice the cost of uncoatec bulbs. GE anticipates demand for the bulbs indoor and outdoor situations where bulbs are exposed WE HAVE DELICIOUS ITALIAN STYLE SAUSAGES To make the finest sausages, we [use only,100% Boneless Pork Butts. CHOOSE YOUR Italian Delicacies From Our Vast Assortment TRY OUR ITALIAN BAKERY Specializing in French Sour Dough, Pumpernickel, Rye Bread. Italian' Bread Breadslicks, French rolls. SCIORTINO'S ITALIAN BAKERY DELICATESSEN 4648 E. SPEEDWAY 327-2894 to sparks, heat, snow, ice, rain or rough service. Among such uses .would be in stringer light- ing at used-ear lots, amusement parks and construction sites. HOMES ON ACRE SITES MODEL HOMES OPEN For Retirement or Just Plain Good living Adjacent io Tubac Golf Course PHONE TUBAC 398-2462 or write Valley Construction Company, P.O. Box 343, Tubac, Ariz. NOTICE THE SECOND HALF OF 1967 TAXES which became due March 1st, 1968, will become delinquent May 1st, 1968, at 5:00 p.m. and unless paid by that time, interest from the time of delinquency at the rate of ten (10) per cent per annum until paid, will be added. TAXES are payable at the office of the P1MA COUNTY TREASURER, COURTHOUSE, TUCSON, ARIZONA. CARROLL H. CHRISTIAN Pima County Treasurer t c o m p o n . » - "Nancy Carroll Schilling vs. Thomas · ·tffalph Schllllno, complaint. . ; · · ! Janet G. Holtylleld vs. RonaW L. Hoi. * lyfleld, complaint. . , * f f -Roberta Sltterley vs. Theodore S. Sitter . * ,.lw. decree. " * · ' " BIRTHS - * . " ' ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL - · - v - M r . and Mrs. Frank Van Alstlne, 1M4 . *...S. Park, a girl at 8:21 a.m. March 6. «- t -Mr. and Mrs. lanacio Ortiz, Z503 N. ·-rcolumbus, a boy at 8:53 a.m. March 6. t : JAr. and Mrs. George Moussa, 7822 E. * EJida, a girl af 3:20 p.m. March 6. s ; Mr. and Mrs. S. Stan White, S5S7 E. - . -Pima, a atrl al 9:39 p.m. March 6. - l » 'Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Lonsway, 4S56 , ' E. 24th St., a girl at 10:37 p.m. March 6. «·,, -Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Trelo. 4201 S. Pa- »..lMit, a boy at 2:43 a.m. March «. '.-.·*.,,· TUCSON GENERAL HOSPITAL . »i-Mr. ar.d Mn. Arthur F. 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