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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 44

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, September 21, 1968
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22 The Arizona Republic £ me/I, 2 WOW ell Phoenix, Sat.. Sept, 21, 1968 " " IL ' ^ _ seized in raid Two die in Arizona accidents A 20-year-old woman died of injuries she received in a two-car crash in Tempe and a Clarkdale man was- killed when his auto plunged into a canyon i'n Cotton wood yesterday, the Arizona Highway Patrol said. Tempe police said Luana Marie Marie Moore, of 1010 Smith Road, died at Scons- dale Baptist Hospital of injuries she received in an accident Thursday at Don Carlos and McClintock. 461 traffic deaths in 19fi8 40(5 died same period 1967 Police said Miss Moore was in a southbound car making a left turn off McClintock when she was thrown from the vehicle by a collision with a car northbound on McClintock. She was a passenger in a car driven by Sherry Lynn Goode, 20, 801 E. McKellips. Neither Miss Goode nor the driver of the other car, Constance Rasmussen, 24, of 1050 Stanley Place, Tempe, was injured in the accident, according to officers. The highway patrol reported Crispin Jonas Balleteros, 19, of Clarkdale, was killed' early yesterday when his car ran off U.S. 89A in Cottonwood and plunged into a canyon. More About Pentecostal N. Phoenix Narcotics charges were filed yesterday against five men and two women arrested in a joint raid by police and sheriff's deputies in an area north of Phoenix. The seven were arrested Thursday at 19650 N. Cave Creek Road, police said. The officers said they entered the residence with a search warrant and found what they believed to be marijuana and amphethamine tablets. NAMED IN a criminal complaint charging illegal possession of marijuana were six persons who identified themselves as: Gary Lee Collins, 18, and Cono Macchiaroli, 25, both of the Cave Creek address; Gerald Keith Bummerlin, 22, of 1408 E. Georgia; James Thomas Everett, 31 of 307 E. Mitchell; Georgia Renee Chapin, 18, of Tustin, Calif., and Jan Renee Sparman, 18, of Los Angeles, Calif. Police said the seventh person i d e n t i f ied himself as James Clay Sutherland, 19, of 6040 N. 15th St., Apt. 38, and was named in a complaint charging illegal possession of dangerous drugs. Line ail flights for weekend Continued From Page 21 on 1 their whole congregations, realizing the profound possibilities that these experiences held." THE SPIRITUAL hunger undeniably is there; how should it be fed? Short of LSD, the possibilities include a renewed sense o£ symbolic, emotional liturgy and a new awareness and responsible use of the "gifts of the Holy Spirit." While these practices may be deplored, discredited, abused or even dismissed, their phenomenal growth still speaks to a spiritual gap in the lives of many persons, both believers and atheists. In the end, it doesn't matter, really, what you call it — Holy Spirit, human spirit or whatever. For as long as man has been aware of his special rational role in the universe of beings, his spirit has leaned outward toward a fuller experience. He has sought a larger expression of his inner yearnings: yearning for meaning, for self- transcendence, for answers, for awareness, for peace. IN A SECULAR scientific- age, so full of its self- righteous secular ^scientific assurances, is it any wonder that the spirit may be more manifest among us today Hum ever before'.' More About Petitions Continued From Page 21 hearing, John E. Burke, director of elections for Maricopa County, testified he could find no record that five of the petition passers were registered voters. Accompanying Chavez to the court yesterday was attorney Marvin Johnson. Each time the plaintiff's attorney, Lee, asked him a question, Chavez turned to Johnson for guidance. At the nod of Johnson's head, Chavez would read from a typewritten sheet: "SIR, ON THE advice of counsel, I respectively decline to answer the question on the grounds that to do so might tend to degrade or incriminate me under the Arizona or United States Constitution." Among the questions was where he worked (he is employed in the county highway department), if he circulated petitions (his signature appears as a circulator, Lee said), to indentify a signature on a petition, if a certain person signed a petition in his presence and four additional questions about the circulation of, petitions. Valley Air Lines, a third- level carrier apparently in financial straits, yesterday canceled its entire flight schedule out of Phoenix through the weekend. T. Sherman Woods, president of the line, which flies to Parker and Lake Havasu City, was not available for comment, nor was the vice president for operations, Bob Gates. But a secretary told callers. "The flights are terminated for the weekend." Asked if there was a reason for it, she replied, "There-is, a reason for everything. Btit'. they're not telling me what it is." Howard Clark, administrative assistant to Airports Director William Ralston, said he visited the airline's offices in the west terminal of Sky Harbor Airport briefly yesterday afternoon, and found the room dark, office locked and reservation desk unmanned. He said tower personnel reported no Valley planes landed or took off. The line is reportedly in financial difficulties, with two of its four twin-engine planes being repossessed. SS5S$SS$$SSS$SSSSSSS$S$S$SSSS$$S5$S$$S$$$$J MODEL APIS. FURN. Model Home returns, Include low, low three-room outfit everything Included to 10-plece living room set/ 7-plece bedroom set, 13-plece dinette only 2.98 per week or S288 — complete. 1st payment due October 1968. MEDITERRANEAN SPANISH Model Home returns, Houseful beautiful Spanish Sofa, 2 decorator end tables, ccffee table, two 46 In. glass base; lamps, 1 custom occasional chair. Bedroom includes triple dresser 72 In. with vertical mirror, ber mattress and box springs, 5 pc. decorator dinette 36x48x60. Cross top refrig. Save up to 70%. Sold originally for Sl.640.3S. Now only S69S. No down payment. 1st payment October 1968. Payments as low as S5.80 week. MODEL FURNITURE 2 Bedroom houseful Includes Cross- top refrigerator, automatic washer, Hardrock Maple less than 45 days old, quality furn. Includes a 9-pc. living room outfit, sofa makes into a bed, Matching chair covered in traditional flat nylon. Flounced lamps, 3 maple tables, pillows, master bedroom includes triple dresser with framed mirror, chest on chest, bookcase bed with Innerspring mattress and box springs. 2nd bedroom set, 7-pc. colonial din rm 9x12 braided rug, extras. Original price to builder S1250. Now only $5.96 week. Total price now $795. No money down, first payment due October 1968. Out-qf-town credit ok'd *e same day. Buy 1 piece or Houseful. MODEL APT. FURN. Model home returns includes TV, z- pc living rm. Nylon comp, 3 tables, 2 lamps, 3 pillows, huge dresser, Bookcase beds, huge chest, Innerspring mattress & box springs, 2 dr lamps. Pillows, famous dinette, for- mica table S1.36B.OO. Now only $599. No money down, S4.95 wk. 1st payment October 1968. Buy 1 Piece or Houseful. WE FINANCE MOST EVERYONE Mon. thru Thurs. 9-9 Frl. & Saf. 5-9:30 2922 E. McDowell Since ma Sunday 12 to 5 "DISCOVER NEW ecl- HEARING AID COMPLETELY IN THE EAR NO BATTERIES: Inreraa! Energy Cell Eliminates the use of expensive batteries . . . forever NO UNSIGHTLY CORDS, TUBES OR WIRES v NEWEST SCIENTIFICALLY INTEGRATED CIRCUIT makes the Rx Select-Ear smaller than ever giving more clarity, more normal sound, and more help than ever for nerve deafness & severe hearing losses. 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