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Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, December 7, 1976
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PAGE 30 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N LOBE Barbra Streisand Kris Kristoff erson A Star Is Born including: Love Theme From "A Star ts Born' (Evergreen) 8-track tapes only .. Maty Key Phce TONITEI AT THE CAPRI LOUNGE LORETTAHAGGERS PHOtBE SNOW IT LOOKS UKE/%*A. SNOW including Stand Up On The Rock Autobiography (Shine. Shine, Shine) Teach MeTonigM(M«cv Cm Those/Fat Chance Baby Boy/ViUmm LfAII 1 Can Oo Gold In The Gcound.'Coke And Chins RUSTY WIER BLACK HAT SALOON COLUMBIA LP ALBUMS including IThi nkirs Time (I Learned How To L«l Her Go! The Devil Lives In Dal las (Coast Ol Colorado H.gh Road-LowRoad/Tel! Me Truly Julie 8-TRACK TAPES 533 BOZSCAGGS SILK DEGREES including: Its Over/What Can I SayfGeorgja Jump Sueel/Lowdown/ LiOo Shuffle Mary Kay Place, Rusty Wier, Boz Scaggs, Loggins Messina, Boston, Phoebe Snow, Chicago, Michael Murphy, Neil Diamond, Earth, Wind Fire, Ted Nugent, Charlie Daniels and Wild Cherry. THE BEST OF FRIENDS including Another Rainy Day In N »Ifou teave We Now/Ortce Or Twice bu AieOn MyMind/SkinTight including: Angry Eycs J Vahevala;My Music Thinking Of YoufYoyr Mama Don'l Dance BOSTON Michael Murphey flowing Free Forever including: eThan A FeelingfPeac* Or Mind FwepJay,long Time/Rock Rolt Band Smokin'/HilchARide mckjdmg Cherokee Fiddle High Country C.v.ivjn faka Song for Steohen Slillsl OufL.idyOI . See How AII The Morses Come D.incmq Pickwick pro- ionizer kit Pickwick tape library QQ Wonderland book and Choose f r o m all your F a v o r i t e A r t i s t s FROM COLUMBIA RECORDS 'A STAR IS BORN' SOUNDTRACK 99 NEIL DIAMOND including; If You Know What t Mean/ Lady-Oh Don't Think...Feel/Stargaiei Home Is A Wounded Heart Spirit including: Getaway/Saturday Nite/On Your Face Imagination/Burn.! n' Bus h TED NUGENT FREE-FOR-ALL including: Dag EatDog/Hammer down Writing On The Wall/Street Rats/Turn It Up , M" THE Charlie Daniels BUND HIGH LONESOME including; BitlyTheXid/Carolina Right No w Tennessee Blues/Roll Mississippi Turned My Head AroundjRunningWtlhThe Crowd WILD CHERRY including: PlayThat Funky Music/996/NowheieTo Bun Whal InThe Funk Do You Seel Hold On Pickwick tape case 2.99 8-Track Christmas Tape Save now on the Season's Most Beautiful Music! Priced Specially for all your early Holiday Shopping. S R - SflBfel 61J02S.Copiri U Ki,Gio«Stores,inc Prices olloclivo Ihru December 1 1 , 1976. Wo reserve the right lo llmil quantities. Open From 9:OO A.M. 'til 11 P.M. Mon. thru Sot., 10 to 9 Sunday 5255 EAST BROADWAY IMH.AMIIUUU 555 E. GRANT ROAD State economy sputters But no halt is predicted PHOENIX (AP) -- An Arizona State University economist reports that the state's economic recovery rate slowed during November, but there are no indications it will come to a halt. Harold Fearon, ASU professor of management, told the , ,, Purchasing Management ^~ Association of Arizona that -^ increases in inventory, new *' " business and employment , indicators were marginal in November. However, he said the price increase rate also slowed down. It was the smallest increase in the last nine months, and the fifth straight month in which the rate declined, he said. Although the pace has moderated, the state's economic recovery continued and should extend well into 1977, Fearon said. Fearon's study showed inventory levels up slighly last month, continuing a tiine- month trend. The new business indicator had its smallest increase in 11 months, Fearon said, with 29 per cent of the respondents reporting booking new business while 25 per cent saw a decline. The employment indicator showed only a marginal increase, with 18 per cent adding employes while 15 per cent pared their payrolls. The rate of production increase in November was the smallest since last January. Humorist to narrate his film Stan Midgley, a lecturer and humorist, is scheduled to narrate his color travel film "A- wheel and Afoot in the Canadian Rockies" at this week's Sunday Evening Forum. Midgley, who has made nine appearances at the forum, oiown for his Mark Twain- like humor and his photography. Sequences in the Canadian Rockies film will include sunrise at Lake Louise, steam engines on the Canadian Pacific Railway, the Plain of the Six Glaciers and various scenes of lakes and mountain ranges. The public forum will be at 8 p.m. at the University of Arizona's main auditorium. Admission is free, but donations will be accepted. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1976 -- Cltlwn Photo by Bill HopHns Urban renewal. . . penthouse style Once the exclusive home of a Valley National Bank vice president, the penthouse atop the 10-story bank headquarters In downtown Tucson is being removed. This crane, a couple of stories taller than the building, Is swinging up a special car to haul down the remains of the high-rise home. The removal of the penthouse, unoccupied for the past several years, is part of a $1 million refurbishment project of the bank's headquarters. No completion date has been set. LEGAL NOTICE PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Thf Zcnlno ma Subdivision Examtfiei will hold a public hearlno on Decembe 22, 1P7* at or after 7:30 p.m,. In CJtv Hall to consider a proposal fo subdivide prco errv at the location Indicated below Fo nformallon concerning this subdivision case contact Ir* Droarimenl of Planning Telephone (6m) 791-4541. C13-76-H SAHBA PARADE OF HOMES SUBDIVISION. LOTS 1-56. To subdivide property located approximately 3SX wes ot Grande Avenue of the South side of SI Mary's Road. PROPOSED DEVELOPMENT: 56 Slnole- Pamlly Residences 'ufallsh: December 7,1776 The Arizona Dally Star Tucson Dally Citizen Advprtisemenf Afraid You're Going Deaf? Chicago, 111. -- A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words lias been announced ly Beltone. A non-operating model of tlie smallest Beltone aid of its kind will be given absolutely free to anyone answering this advertisement. True, all hearing problems are not alike . . . and some cannot be helped by a hearing aid. But auch'ologists report that many can. So, send for thin non-operating model now. Wear it in the privacy of your own home to see bow iny hearing help can be. It's yours to keep, free. The actual aid weighs less than a third of an ounce, and it's all al car evel, in one unit. These models are free, so ' c 8u ggTMl you write for yours now. Again, we repeal, there s no cost, and certainly no 'hligad'on. Thousands hove Ireacly been mailed, BO write oefay to Dcpt. 9%9, Beltone Eleetronics, 4201 W. Victoria it., Chicago, III. 60646. tMEN A HEARING AID WILL HELP In Arizona Court affirms death penalty By Wire Services PHOENIX -- The Arizona Supreme Court has affirmed Arizona's capital punishment statute, but overturned the death sentence of a man who challenged the law's constitutionality. The decision was issued yesterday in the case of Charles Lee Jr., convicted of first-degree murder in the May 17, 1974, shooting of service station attendant George Naum Bendo in Phoenix. Sources said a better test of the death sentence will come when the court is asked to consider a case without errors. In a unanimous opinion Reporter wins round in court LOS ANGELES (UP!) _ The State Court of Appeals gave a key victory to Los Angeles reporter William Fanin a long running press-vs.- bench dispute, ruling that he cannot be sent to jail again for refusing to identify news sources. In a unanimous opinion, the court yesterday barred Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Charles Older from imposing a punitive sentence on Fair of five days in jail and a J500 fine. Earlier court decisions established the five-day maximum, after Farr had served 46 days of an open-ended sentence for contempt of court. The county counsel's office, representing the judge, said no decision had been made on whether to appeal. written by Justice William Holohan, the court rejected Lee's contention that capital punishment is unconstitutional. But the court overturned his death sentence due to errors made by Maricopa County Superior Court Judge C. Kimball Rose during a presen- tence hearing. The case was returned to Superior Court for another presentence hearing. The Supreme Court ruled that Rose erred in allowing a police officer to testify at the hearing about Lee's admissions to him. The testimony should not have been allowed at the hearing because it was not allowed at the trial, the court ruled. In addition, the court said Rose erred in allowing as evidence a prior armed robbery conviction that was reversed. A third error, the court said, was committed when Rose did not require the state to produce a certified copy of another conviction for assault with a deadly weapon. Sneak raid survivor out $21 HONOLULU (UPI) - Today is Pearl Harbor Day, and to mark its 35th anniversary, Joe Bachner, a radioman aboard the battleship California in 1941, is trying to collect $21 from the Navy to repay him for his paycheck that went down with the ship in the Japanese attack. "It certainly wasn't my fault that the California sank with all my gear -- and my money -- that morning," Bachner said in an interview. 1 Funeral Notices BELL, Chester A.A., 92, of Tucson died December 6, 1976. Survived by daughter, Marion Bell Corr, of Tucson; son, Harold Chandler Bell, of Vero Beach, Florida; grandchildren, John H., James and Tracey Bell, of Vero Beach, Florida, Barbara Corr O'Rielly, of Tucson, Budd S. Corr, of Coral Gables, Florida; two great grandchildren. Services and interment in Mt. Marion, New York. In lieu of flowers the family suggest memorials to St. Joseph's Hospital. Arrangements by ARIZONA MORTUARY EASTSIDE CHAPEL, 4601 E. 1st St. CALDWELL, Ralph E., 73, of Tucson, died December 4, 1976 in Bloomingdale, III. He was a member of the First Christian Church in Tucson. Survived by son, Tom Caldwell o( Naperville, III.; daughter, Ruth Ruckel of Palatine, III.; sister, Evelyn Caldwell of Chicago; and six grandchildren. Graveside services will be held 2 p.m. Wednesday at Tucson Memorial Park, East Lawn. PALMS MORTUARY in charge of arrangements. DAVIS, Ruby E., 85, of Tucson, pa.ised away December 5, 1976. Survived by daughters, May Bray of Minn., Dorothy Davis of Phoenix, and Irene Drake of Tucson; sons, Roy of Oregon and Ralph of Alaska; two sisters, and a brother; 23 grand- chilren and 39 great grandchildren. Services Wednesday 10:30 a.m. at ADAIR CHAPEL with Capt. Robert E. Lloyd of the Salvation Army officiating. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may call Tuesday from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. at ADAIR FUNERAL HOME, Dodge Speedway. Family prefer memorials to the Cancer Society. FRANKLIN, Robert, so, O f Tucson, passed away Dec. 7, 1976. Arrangements pending EVERGREEN MORTUARY, 1 CEMETERY MEMORIAL PARK. __ GAINES, Dorothy B., M, died December 6, 1976. Survived by sons, F. Pcndleton Games' III, of Phoenix, Paul R. Gaines, of Nogales; daughter, Sallie du- Vergne Gaines, of Sacramento, Calif.; parents, Dr. and Mrs. Paul F. Bloomhardt, of Ash- villc, N. Carolina; four grandchildren. Services will be held Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. at St, Philip's in the Hills Episcopal Church with Rev. Blainc Gutmacher officiating. Arrangements by ARIZONA MORTUARY, University at Stone. Family suggest remembrances be made to the Tucson Festival Society. ^ GOGGINS, Edward Joseph, 44, passed away December 5, 1976 1 Funeral Notices in San Diego. A member of Elks Lodge #8 Louisville, Ky. Retired September 21, 1976 as a chief electricians mate U.S. Navy after 24 yr. service. A native of Flushing, N.Y. and lived in Tucson 18 yrs. prior lo enlisting in the Navy. Survived by wife, Helen Goggins; daughter, Miss Tracy Reiter; son, Darry) at home; mother Eileen Goggins; two brothers, John and James Goggins, all of Tucson. Rosary will be recited Wednesday 7:30 p.m. in PACIFIC BEACH MORTUARY CHAPEL. Requiem mass Thursday 8 a.m. at ST. Brigid's Catholic Church with military burial in Holy Cross Cemetery, San Diego. HOFFMAN, Sieve, 26, of Tucson died December 6, 1976. Arrangements to be announced by ARIZONA MORTUARY EASTSIDE CHAPEL, 4601 E. 1st St. MINDERMAN, Wilbur Lee, 65, died December 4, 1976. Native Tucsonan and lifelong resident of Arizona. Retired employee of O'Rielly Chevrolet, member of B.P.O.E. #385 for the past 3! yean, member of Tucson Rod and Gun Club, former member of the original Pima County Sheriff Posse. Survived by wife, Lois L.; son, Wilbur Lee Jr. and his wife, Donna, o f - Keller, Texas; two granddaughters, Kim and Amy Minderman; grandson, Wilbur Lee Minderman I I I ; other survivors include brother, Chris Minderman, of Tucson; 12 nieces and nephews. Services 3 p.m. Wednesday in the ARIZONA MORTUARY CHAPEL, University at Stone with B.P.O.E #M5 officiating. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may call at the ARIZONA MORTUARY, between 7 and 9 p.m. Tuesday. OLCOTT, Mary B., 88, died December 4, 1976. Mother of Arthur W. Olcott of Tucson. Funeral services 2 p.m. Wednesday December 8 at BRING'S MEMORIAL CHAPEL. Rev. William Weeks officiating. Burial in Evergreen Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to your favorite charity. Friends may call from 2-8 p.m. Tuesday December 7 at BRING'S MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 236 S. Scott. VALLADOLID, Josefina M., 48, passed away December 6th. Wife of Severino M. Valladolid; mother of Mrs. Rosario Maken, Refugio Whitaker, Luz Maria Velasques, Aurora Concelli, Maria Esther Rodriguez, Felicita Casilllas, Maria Teresa Santana, Maria Guadalupe Lopez, Concepcion Valladolid, Marts Alicia, Estella, Alva Luz Valladolid Jorge Javier, Carlos, Luis and Jesus; sister of Mrs. Juana Sanchez, Frutosa Suarez and Socorra, Felipe Martinez; 23 grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Tuesday 5 p.m. at the family residence, Avenida Rosa No. 831 in Continental, Ariz. Mass will be offered Wednesday 11 a.m. al Our Lady of the Valley Catholic Church. Interment will follow in Continental Cemetery. Arrangements by TUCSON MORTUARY. WEIR, Edward, 83, of Tucson, passed away December 6th, Survived by wife, Mary; son, Avery Weir. Graveside services Wednesday 10 a.m. at Tucson Memorial Park East Lawn, with Rev. William H. Merwin of Catalina United Methodist Church officiating. Arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOME, Dodge and Speedway. TVESTPHAL, Frederick G., 70, at Tucson, passed away Dec. 6, 1976. Interment Wednesday 9 a.m. Evergreen Cemetery. Arrangements by EVERGREEN MORTUARY, CEMETERY MEMORIAL PARK. Card of Thanks MRS. Fovd D. Moore and Family wish to Ihank our many friends and neighbors for their sympathy end kindness In In* loss ol our beloved husband and father. Funeral Directors Alrtrey FUNERAL CHAPEL 888-1 111 Mission Mortuary Chapel At Trie Entrance To South Lawn Cemelery A Funeral Ministry 01 Dedicated Christians Serving All Denominations With Love understanding Jay A. McCaflery 889-4601 Florists FLOWERS BY 3600 E. SPEEDWAY 325-2634 In Business Since 1970 12 Memorials-Markers-Lots CEMETERY LOTS CALL COLLECT 1-MM7M DEAD GIVE AWAY AT 11 BOO «r spaces [n South Lawn Memo- rtalPark. Of at»25oeacn, FOUND: Cameo ke East on Atvernon. Lost S Found chain 7 Keys, FOUND: Near Plma Colleoe, a^rT^*.^' 1 '"'-"" FOUND -- puppy, Randolph Park, "·'», pink collar. tZMmi " '*' ' WANTED: missing German Shepherd male puppy, H mos. Tan/black markings, wwfe V on front stmnders neck, stocky. Answerj to "Lin- ^evenlnos. Reward. w^.r . ~~-«.m«;TE11m^a. rsrWBrO. y.f L J-pV* neutered mate cat. Lost on VI. Lemroon. May try to walk to Tucson, Reward t ji. Jg^" JK£,JP LOST: treasured necessary Itwni ' U W« olll-foid. fSa GliM, Plma Cravcrott. Reward. 88M71 . . .'malosl, bio, Irish Setter. (I .--- lino me pease call 747-0609 I peed medicine Kolb/EscalantVl?.'.

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