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C-16 ALBUQUERQIE DLRN'AL Tuesday. August 19, 1980 Satellite New Mexico Weatherreoort for the 24 hours ending at 5 p.m. Monday furnished by the National Weather Service, in Albu- 3uerque. Weather (Wea.) denotes con-mons at 5 p.m. observation time,! precipitation (Prep.) is the amount of rain or melted snow in inches and hundredths. Temperature Wea. Hi Lo Prcn Alamogordo . PC 90 67 Albuquerque Tstrm 93 6S Carlsbad . PC 90 70 T Chama . . Clear 78 46 Clayton Fair 87 61 Deming . . 66 Espanola . PC 88 60 Farmington PC 89 59 Gallup . . PC 86 47 Grants PC PC K ,. PC Clear PC PC Cloudy PC Cloudy PC PC PC PC PC 87 49 86 67 1.53 93 58 86 51 83 54 87 44 T 88 53 76 39 91 69 79 49 8S 62 83 56 93 63 90" 68 92 63 Hobbs . LasCnices Us Vegas Los Alamos Quemado Raton . i Red River v , Roswell . Ruidoso Santa Fe Silver City . Socorro Truth or Conseq. Tucumcari. LOCAL DATA Highest temperature this date since 1931, 87 in 1931; lowest this date since 1931. 54 in 1968: Monday's hinhest.93 at 2:30 p.m.; Monday's lowest, 65 at 6:30 a.m.; departure from normal for date, plus 3 degrees; accumulated departure since tirst or month, plus a degrees. Precipitation since first of month, 2.57; departure from normal since first of month, plus 1.72. Total since Jan. 1,5.87; departure from normal since Jan. 1, plus .96. Relative humidity: 5 a.m. 49 percent; 1 1 a.m. 33 percent; 5 p.m. 43 percent. Sunset today 7:51 p.m.; sunrise Wednesday 6:30 a.m. Nation's extremes Monday: lowest 37 at Aspen, Colo.; highest 107 at Blythe, Calif POLLUTION INDEX High for 24 hours ending at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Smog 44; dust 49; carbon monoxide 15. Air with an index of 0-50 is good; 51-100 moderate; 101-200 unhealthy; 201-300 very unhealthy; 301-500 hazardous. Further informa tion is available from the city Environmental Health Department. POLLEN COUNT Wednesday's pollen count at UNM Student Health Center, as counted on a microscopic slide, was mold 31, tumbleweed 16, ragweed 7, grass 2, The count is based on the amount of pollen collected during a 72-hour peri-, od. . , SOLAR ENERGY . The amount of solar energy received Sunday in Albuquerque 670 langleys; normal daily amount for the current month is 621 langleys. . - Other Cities Weather (Wea.) denotes the forecast for today. Temperatures are highs and lows during the last 24 hours. Temperature Wea. Hi Lo Prep ; Alamosa , PC 82 43 Amarillo PC 87 64 Anchorage Cldy 57 52 .37 Atlanta PC 87 72 Billings Shwrs 80 64 Boise PC , 73 . 57 Boston PC 76 61 . Chicago PC . 87 60 Cleveland PC 82 60 .13 Dallas-Ft. Worth .PC 99 77 Denver PC 92 62 Des Moines .....Sunny ; 88 64 Detroit Sunny 83 65 El Paso PC 93 71 Fargo , . ;.. . : . . Shwrs ' 93 52 Flagstaff . ..v.: . Sunny 77 42 . Grand Junction . . PC 92 58' Honolulu PC . 89 75 Houston ...PC 95 80 Kansas City .... , Sunny 90 70 Us Vegas, Nev, . . Sunny 100 71 Los Angeles ..... PC 75 68 Marriage Licenses Ardyce E. Goodger and Charles B. Ware Jr., both of Albuquerque. Gail B. Whitman and Richard F. Thaler, both of Cor-ralea. . ..-. Beverly A. James and Grady Perkins, both of Albuquerque. Marci Rooks of Gila, N.M.and Jeff Watson . of Cliff, N.M. Camille T. Quigley and James W. Duplentis . Ill, both of Albuquerque. Lisa K. lut-din and John L Micsko, both of Albuquerque. ' Laurel A Herbert and Ken-netn C. Hause Jr., both of Al-buquertnie. . f.i-nc D. Skeans and David D. Ltarrell, both of Albuquerque. S'ing L Jones and Douglas C. Davis, both of Albuquerque. I'atrtt;: A Anhur and Larry J. llck, both of Albuquerqiie. De-r-ra A Peveler and Wal-eed K. Ashoo, both of All u-qiierqn. Bobbie L." Vicena and George R, Aragon, both of A ' ""!ruiie. I . y..a L Baca and Carl P. " ' , born of Albuquerque. i. ron E. Teague and Miles D. V .,icent, both of Albuquer- I" F. Wahrrmn ard Robert L 1 jrrls Jr., both of Albu- i i . ',n J. Cravez and Runs' 1 o. Kael, both of J. 0 . z and Terry Juvin-all, b. )) of Aibuqueraue. JnM . Ring.e and Michael 3t Weather Photo Taken at 11 jhowrt StnorV Occluded mmrn sss Cald ... f ! V West Coast Skies Sunny Associated Press 1 ' The West Coast had sunny skies Monday, but there were showers and thundershowers over much of the North and Northeast. Thundershowers developed along a warm front from Virginia to Illinois. . Heavy rainfall was concentrated over the Allegheny Mountains of West Virginia. . Thundershowers continued in drought-stricken Kansas and a cold front brought rain and cool temperatures to the Northwest. - . New Mexico COMMUNITY FORECASTS -(Highs today and lows tonight in parentheses L means low, M means mid-' die U means upper and N means near.) NORTHEAST PLAINS -. Mostly fair. Winds 15 to 25 mph and gusty today. Clayton (N90-N60). EAST CENTRAL AND SOUTHEAST PLAINS Mostly fair . today. Winds south to southwest 15 to 25 mph and gusty. Tucumcari (M90s-L60s), Clovis-f ortalea (M90s-L60s), Carlsbad (M90S-" U60s), Hobbs-Lovington (M90s-U60s). Roswell -Artesia (M90s U60s) - . NORTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS v AND CENTRAL HIGHLANDS . Fair and a little cooler with a slight -chance for afternoon and evening thundershowers Winds southwest 15 to 20 mph and gusty. Raton (MB0s -N50), Taos (M80S-M40S) Los Alamos (L80S-N50), Las Vegas (M80S-N50), Santa Fe (N80-M50s). ' SOUTH CENTRAL MOUNTAINS -Partly cloudy afternoon and evening with a alight chance for thundershowers. Winds southwest 15 to 20 mph. Ruidoso (L80s-M40s). ' UPPER AND MIDDLE RIO GRANDE VALLEY Fair and a little cooler. Winds southwest 10 to 20 mph Foreign Weather conditions in major foreign cities. Observations were made at 9 a.m. MDT Monday. 1 City Wea. Temp. Athens PC 86 Berlin '. . . . . ... . . . . . Clear 72 Copenhagen........ Rain 61 Dublin ............. Rain 61 Hong Kong , . Rain , - 79 London , .'. Clear J 70 Madrid PC - 84 Mexico City PC 56 Marriage Licenses J. Battels, both of Albuquerque. .' ' Angeline M. Gonzales and Esiquiel P. Sandoval, both of Albuquerque. ,. Susan V. Rios and Robert G. Salazar, both of Albuquerque. Kathleen Marshall of Albu- ?uerque and Kenneth Zuni of sleta. Theodore Bandonl .and Ernestine A. Salazar, both of Albuquerque. - Verna A. Montoya and James R. Sandoval, both of Albuquerque. Mnuelita Baca and Florentine Taf oya, boi h of Belen. ' ShemJ. Weberand Raymond C. Hartman, both of Albuquerque. Roseline Wilson and Joseph J. Ebaugh, both of Albuquerque. Rebecca L Cordova and Ray Sedillo, both of Albuquerque. . , Anna M. Jararaillo and Benny Lopez, both of Albuquerque, r'-- .- f Ruth E. Aguilarand Rsy-mond G. Montr, both of Kirt-land Air Force Base. Mary J. Lope' and Kubrrt L. Chavez, bo.n of Aibuqii' roue. Victor' A. Lkibbs Ki-f hard E. faxwell, buth of A'uquer"-e. Terry L. I.allckerand Richard L. Puglisi, both of "quprque. Li a D. S"rks nJ Prnnis V, Keilly, both of Albuquerque. - Sondra L. Hopkins and Bruce R. Gordon, both of Albuquerque. ... .- - i a.m. Monday MAflOMAl WIAIWIft SMVtCf Area Forecasts Espanola (M80s-L50s), Socorro (L90s- USOsl SOUTH CENTRAL AND SOUTHWEST VALLEYS - Mostly fair. Winds southwest 10 to 20 mph. Silver City (U80s-MS0sV Truth or Consequences (M90s-L60s), Deming M90s-L60s), Us Cruces (M90s-L60s), Alamogordo (M90s-L60s). . . NORTHWEST PLATEAU A Uttle cooler today. Winds westerly 10 to 20 mph and gusty. Farmington (L80s-M50s). ,.t WEST CENTRAL MOUNTAINS Partly cloudy afternoon and evening with a slight chance for thundershow- ', era. Fair at other times A little cooler ' today. Winds southwesterly 15 to 20 mph and gusty. Gallup (M80s-U40s), Grants (M80s-U40s). NEW MEXICO - A Uttle cooler and mostly fair today except for widely scattered afternoon and evening thundershowers over the mountains. Lows tonight 40s mountains, 50s and 60s lower elevations. Highs today 70s and 80s mountains and north, 90s lower elevations south. ALBUQUERQUE - Fair and a Uttle cooler today. Lows tonight upper 50s to low 60s. High today around 90, Winds southwesterly 10 to 20 mph. Cities , Moscow '. Clear ' 63 New Delhi . Clear ' 95 Ottawa.....;,..... Cloudy. 55 Pans ........ . Cloudy ; 66J Peking ..... . i. .... Cloudy ' Rio de Janeiro ..PC 73 Rome ; Clear 86 Stockholm . PC : ' 66 Sydney . . . : Clear f : 61 Tokyo Rain . 77 Vienna ....'..Clear 72 Marriage Licenses Arleiie M. Goon and Larry D. Tichenor, both of Albuquerque. Kathleen J. Sciarrotta and Joseph B. Dobbins, both of Albuquerque. Julia A. Melada of Albuquerque and Carl E. Astifan of RoswelL Jacqueline M. Rivera and Stanley W. Barr, both of Albuquerque. Births : AumistlO So"bweat !'ltel;ty Kudi and Susan Sux, Bosque Farms, girL . August 11 , UNMCounty liiwpttnl Harriet Waseta and Norman Analla, Lamina Pueblo, girl. Preibytenan Hospital . Ciiarlie and Mary M. Baca, Los Lunas, girl. Arthur and Linda Martinez, Albuquerque, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard C. Fechter, 511 Muscatel NE, bov. Ms. Stella Gtt!!'.-eos, Ail'U-quei que, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Bf Albunirrque, f rl. Kir. and n J.ihn it. Krer, 715 Mildred t :,fr. fr. and f-rs Charles, R. ft" -Clem.;., n, ... jqu- r.ju, girL-, ' a-. tn Fr-1'- i I l.eri. a a..J j-....n Goryalg, Grunts, boy, Mr. and r'm. Sonny Ortiz, 226 Viola S, Rirl. ASHMAN Funeral services for . Paige Ashman will be held Wednesday PalraCha pel of Strong Thome, 1100 Coal SE. He wiU be taken to Whlttier, Calif., for interment. The ' family requests in Ueu of ftowers, ,. contributions may be made to the Paige Ashman Memorial. Mining and , Metallurgy Scholarship mind. New Mexico Tech, Socorro, New Mexico, 87801, ' BOLLINGER - Mass of the Chris-' tian burial for Steven Roger Bollinger will be celebrated today at noon in Our Lady of the Assumption Catholic ' Church, with Fr. Boniface Hendricks . celebrant and Dsvid Bollinger giving the eulogy. Interment will follow in " the National Cemetery in Santa Fe. 1 Pallbearer will be David Bollinger, Jeff Sorroche, Mike Binyon, Ernest Aragon Jr., Anthony Aragon and Ray . Romero. Rosary was recited Monday ; at 7:30 at Our Lady of the Assumption. , French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, 'was in charge of arrangements. , . " ; CARTWRIGHT Belle M. Car- -' twright, age 84 and a resident here 14 ' years, died Saturday In a local hospital following an illness, She is survived i by two brothers, David Cartwright in , . . Florida and John Cartwright in Twin ' . Falls, Idaho; two sisters, Molly Allen in La Junta, Colo., and Lena Gatkin in Raton, and a nice,- Elizabeth (Betty) Mann of Albuquerque. Miss Car-' v twright was a member of the Presby-' terian Church in Raton, The body has been taken to the Errington Memorial ' Chapel, Raton, for graveside services . today. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral . Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE, went in charge of local arrangements. ' DENNIS (DRUKTENIS) John Stanley Dennis (Vincent Druktenis), 66, a resident of Albuquerque for 20 years, passed away in a local hospital on Monday. He is survived by his ; wife, Angela Dennis of the family home; one daughter, Bobbie Trotz of Albuquerque; one son, Vincent Dmk- tenis and wife Esther, both of Albuquerque; one son-in-law, Don E. Gibson-Hale of Albuquerque; one sis- : ter, Catherine Lynch of Chicago; one . brother, John Druktenis and wife Bet' ty Jean, both of Moriarty, and five grandchildren. He was proceeded in death by one daughter, Penny Gibson-Hale, seven months ago. He was a veteran of World War II. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the graveside in Santa Fe National Cemetery, with the Rev. John C Druktenis Sr. officiating. Strong-Thome, 1100 Coal SE, is in charge of , arrangements. Those desiring to do so ' may contribute to the Salvation Army, 501 Broadway SE, 87102. : DYER Funeral services for Carl : L Dyer were held In Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coal SE. Burial services will take place today at 2 p.m. at the First Baptist Church in Cotton Center, Texas. Interment will be in Center Palms Cemetery, Cotton Center, Texas. i - . . GREENWALD Francis J. Green-wald, age 66 and a resident here 16 . years, died Sunday in a local hospital following an illness! He is survived by his wife, Henrietta; two-, brothers, Elmer Greenwald of Monrovia, Calif., and Albert Greenwald of Dubuque, i Iowa, and a sister, Catherine Thiltgen of Lena, 111. Mr. Greenwald was a member of Church of the Annunciation, and Knights of Columbus. He was a veteran of World War II. Mass of Christian burial will be held Wednesday at 9 a.m. in Church of the . Annunciation with the Rev. Fr. James Kemper celebrant. Interment will fol- ' low in Santa Fe National Cemetery at 11:30 a.m. Rosary will be recited today at 7 p.m. in the Chapel of Fitzger- - aid and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 CariialeNE. - ' . . ( JOE Services for Eleanor V. Joe will be held today at 9 in the Chapel m the Garden of the French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, with interment , following in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. PaUbearers will be Abbas Hmdash, Ernest, Kevin and Jeff Harper, Wilbur Heasty and Louis Duran. JOHNSON - Meredith Joan Johnson, 36, a lifelong resident of Albuquerque, died in a local hospital Sunday. She is survived by a brother; Donnelly J. Johnson of Richardson, Texas; two sisters, Karen J. Robertson of Belen and Pamela J.Griffithof Erwin, Term.; her grandmother, Isabels E. Cunningham Benkleman; Neb., and several nieces and nephews. She graduated from the University of New Mexico School of Nursing as a registered nurse, and had been associated with Presbyterian Hospital for the past 15 years. As requested by the deceased, no services will be held. Cremation took place at Sunset Memorial Park Crematory, 924 Menaul NE. French Mortuary, lxll University NE, was in charge of arrangements. For friends who wish, donations may be made to Presbyterian Hospital Blood Bank as blood donors, or to Presbyterian Hospital Cancer Fund. LeSUER Robert R. LeSuer, 64, a 10-year resident of Albuquerque, died ' Births Ms. Bertha Lova to, Albuquerque, boy. t - Mr. and Mrs. Tony R. Grie-go, 3705 Inca NE, girl. Aaron and Helen Lorenzo, Acoma, boy. Ms. Cheryl Britton, Albuquerque, boy. Mr. and Mrs. Benito Torrez Jr., Seboyeto, N.M., girl. August 13 UNMCounty Hospital Nola Lay and Julian Garcia, Albuquerque, girL Scttiretit Maieroity John and Eleanor Hensch, Albuquerque, irL Prrnbyterian hospital Mr. and Mrs. F. Thomas Mercer, Albuquerque, girl. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Barela, 704 UVega Drive SW, girl. August 14 - ; Southwest Maternity. Wilfred and Elizabeth Jar-umillo, Albuquerque, boy. UNMCounty Pospital . Lt. and Mrs. Barry Bingham, Albuquerque, boy. Rob and Natalie Tri'iitTa, Albuquerque, boy. A it 15 UNM'Coi- " . jc-.l Mr. aiiu . .5. Aacy Luceto, Albuquer': boy. The Statutory Agent Inc. 8kst4,J i of James Lam-plirrr-, t . S dobt. J -avar'"! "ited lice i e of biotor Vehicles L" -t. 1 tj' Vraker asks workmen's c',---r.n8atmn of Mewl Ceme' t Co. in Albuquerque Sunday. He Is survived by his wife, Vema LeSuer of the home; a daughter, Vikki Ellen LeSuer of Atlanta, Ga.; sons David Todd LeSuer of Sunnyvale, Calif., Robert J. LeSuerof Las Cruces and Tom C. LeSuer of Lesotho, South Africa, and a sister, Ellen LeSuer of Minneapolis.' - Minn. He was I member of Faith in Christ Center. He entered the U S Army Air Corps in 1942, and remained in the U.S. Army until retirement in . 1970. Services will be held Saturday at 10:30 in the Faith in Christ Center, ' 1740 Faith Ct. NE, with Pastor D.C. Haerthng officiating. Interment will be Monday at 10 in the National Cemetery, Santa Fe. The family requests memorials be made to the Faith in ' Christ Center, 1740 Faith Ct NE, Albuquerque, 87112, or the American Heart Assoc.! New Mexico Affiliate, 2403 San Mateo NE, Suite W-14, Albuquerque, 87110, in lieu of flowers, French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, is in charge of arrangements. ' MARSOLAIS Funeral services ' for Ronald E. Marsolais will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. in Palm Chapel . of Stmng-Thorne. 1100 Cnl p with ILiveGitcsIi. AMARILLO (AP) - Texas Panhandle and western Oklahoma feed lot roundup. Confirmed: 3,400. . Trade slow In the Panhandle area Monday. Slaughter steers and heifers steady. . Feedlots reported fair buying Interest from most sources. Sales on 2,900 slaughter steers and 500 heifers. Note: all Hve cattle prices based on net weights fob me faed-tot after 4 percent shrink. siaugniersieerstgooo ana mostly choice 2-3, 70-85 choice, 1,025-1.150 lb. 73.50-74.00; mixed good and choice 2-3. 1.000-1.150 ., 72.00-73.25; pan good and choice 2-3, 1,100 lb., Holstelna and Comentes, 66.00. Slaughter heifers: good and mostly Choice 2-3, 675-950 lbs., 69.00-70.00. . OMAHA Neb. (AP-USDA) - Livestock . quotations Monday: Hogs: 3,700; barrows and gilts 75-1.00 higher, instances 1.25-1.50 up: U.S. 1-2 '- 200-270 . 61.00-51.50; 1-3 250-280 lb. 51.00-51.25; tows 50-1.50 higher 300- 600 lb. 43.25-45.25. -Cattle and calves: 5,000; steers firm to 25 higher; heifers steady to firm; cows 50 higher, instances 75-1 .00 up; load choice 1,300 lb. steers 76.25; choice and prime . 1 ,200-1 ,235 lb. 74.25-75.00; choice . 1,125-1,300 tb. 73.50-75.00; part load choice 1 ,025 lb. heifers 70.75; choice 900-' 1 ,050 b. 68.00-69.75; utility and commer-. Cial cows 44.00-47.00, some 47.50-42.50, . one load 50.00; cutter 42.50-45.00. - Sheep: 650; spring lambs steady; ewes . 50 lower; choice and prime shorn lambs "Our Intlre Efforts Devoted to Service" GADALDON MORTUARY 14).rS4f lOOO Com surf. SW (Q) i was so pa rated but not divorced from my husband who died reeent-:, ty. Am, I responsiblefor filing a Federal Income Tax return for him? : (A) In its broadest aspect a Federal Income Tax form is required to be filed and the tax paid by that person who inherited the income which created the tax liability. '. j - ' " , If you have received any property from your , husband or expect to receive any, and if you - have not remarried, you should file either an - ' . individual return from him or a joint return. If your husband overpayed his income tax : and has a refund, the refund cannot be paid ' until a return is filed. The fact you were legally the decedent's wife makes you eligible for any refund payable. FITZGERALD & SOU fUtilRAl CH RECTORS ROBERT "BOB" FITZGERALD . EDWARD FITZGERALD 31 13 CARLISLE BLVD. N.E. PHOt IE 344-1663 jfimssm..,--: colarmcte hot water i.zati::g gysteu Jack Vogel officialing. Pallbearers will be Bob Henry, Bob Corabi, George Viebraiitz, Mel Rady, Sandy ; Sanchez and Howard Paytameo. Internment will be in Santa Fe National Cemetery at 1:30 p.ra. The family requests in Ueu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Desert Club, or Sobriety House, of Spnngdale, Ark. , ' MORRISON - Marilyn G. Morrison, 47, a resident of Albuquerque for 26 years and of Gallup for the past . three years, passed away Monday in a local hospital. She if survived by her husband, James D, Morrison of Gallup; two sons, Danny Morrison and Phillip Morrison, both of Gallup; one sister, Carol Rogers of Yuba City, Calif.; one brother, Don Baker of Albuquerque; and her mother-in-law, Alice G. Morrison of Belen. She was l member of the Catholic Church. Ro-j sary will be recited today at 7:30 p.m. tn Palm Chapel of Strong-Thorne, 1100 Coat SE. Mass will be celebrated Wednesday at 10 a.m. at St. Charles Borromeo Catholic Church: Pallbearers wiU be Joe White, Jim Armstrong, Art Gonzales, David Garcia, Tim San- :Ai-,IJSfife' . ;5'' 'Soft;:-;T,r:K-;f 69.00-70.00; wootod 67.00-C8.OOi cull to good shorn ewes 10.00-13.00. . . Estimated receipts Way: Cattle and calvta 4,500; hogs 3,500; sheep 400. v- CLOVIS (AP-USDA) Cstttsfnons. ' Hogs: barrows and gilts 75 higher, 1-2 200-250 lb. 46.50; sows steady. 1-3 300- 800 lb. 35.00-36 00. , ' KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) QuoUSoni J. tor Monday; Cattle 400: Bust of receipts to beheld over for action later In th week. Hogs 1,800: Trading active. Barrows and gilts 50 higher; 1-2 210-250 lb. 50.50-, 51.00; small package 205 to. 50.00; 1-3 260 lb. 50.00; 1 lot 265 lb. 48.50; tot 320 ' tb. 46.50. Sows under 500 lb. 1.00-1 SO higher; over 500 lb, 2.00-3.OO higher; 1-3 300-450 lb. 42.00-43.00; over 500 to. 45.03-46.00. Sheep 250: Spring slaughter Iambi . steady. Spring slaughter lambs shorn Choice and prime 90-115 to. 66.00-67.00; wooted choice 90-105 lb. 66.00-67.00. Estimated receipts for today: Cattle 800; hogs 1,500; sheep 150. ' , ; h moo --.V vvELc:;:a c;u;?mt drt-icc-fse EXTlie3UtSKerTS OXYGCN-KEUUM-AIR vuLEYif.tLsnissiTn.y co as01 PrtnMWi Or. M.C 34J-4MS , voiiiiue ' PHONI 142-8800 1100 COAL AVI SE a.:. V .T - J L 1 D doval and Leo Sandoval. Interment will be in Mt. Calvary Cemetery. , , ORTIZ Gravetide services and interment for infant Eric Anthony Ortiz will be conducted today at 11 a.m. at Mt - Calvary Cemetery. The Garcia Mortuary, 8th and Stover SW, is In charge of service arrangements. ROYBAL The Roybal-Luna families want to thank everyone for their i kind acts in our time of loss and sor- . row.Thank you for the groceries, money, love and undemanding. We could not have made it without your support. Sincere thanks to each and everyone. Thank you, Delf inio Roybal and families. SKAGGS Services for William H. Skaggs were held Monday afternoon in the Chapel of Fitzgerald and Son ' Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE, With the Rev. John W. Ransdell officiating. Interment followed in the Santa Fe National Cemetery. STELLATO Services for Barbara ' Loulae Stellato were held Monday morning in the Chapel of Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Carlisle NE, with David Neeley and Bob1 Segoof 9th Ward Church of Jesus Chnit of Latter Day Sainta officiating, The body of Mrs. Stellato has been taken to the East Lawn Mortuary, Sac- . ramento, Calif., for further services and Interment Wednesday. TAYLOR Memorial services for . Anne Louise Taylor will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Fern Chapel of Strong-Thome, 1100 Coal SE, with Dr. R.Y, Bradford, mortuary chaplain, officiating. Cremation will take place at Fairview Park Crematory. TORREZ Requiem mass for Guadalupe M. Torrez will be celebrat- ' ed today at 9 a.m. at Sacred Heart Church. Interment will follow at Santa Fe National Cemetery at 11:30. Gabal-don Mortuary, 1000 Coors Blvd. SW, is in charge. TRAM MELL Funeral services for Nancy (Nannie) B. Trammell were held at St, Marks on the Mesa Episco MakersoHondMod Indian Jewelry OLD TOWN JiitiWtft ; ' L j J 1439 EU3ANK til ! WEST PRINCESS JZANNS SHCFPSN3 CTR. fR02HlMCWBBR!L-i.''l'T KKH tllf cftt CCRSMACO 59 UYCa 2lb. J y WNCS - . . . 2 lb: A . SCIIWARTZMAN HICKORY S.V.OKID KM'.S r , WKCLEOR m 29 SHANK f 19 BUTT HALF 'lb... I HALF - lb. . . t I ; CENTER-CUT HAM SLICES, lb. .1.89 FRESH SUMMIT "70e OX-TAILS, lb. BACON, lb. . V USDA CHOICE EEEF SALE j . IMP fllMl tTPAl '169 Kij or ;:.Luiii BONELESS fC9 CUSESTK.......Ib.O BHLS.ffi?crS!MTI? ......3W BLASE-CUT ' 1 39 CKUCXSTK. .. .lb, I I CENTERUTROU!;0STK.....,b.24' BONELESS - fC9 R0UN3-BONE ss 93 CKUCKRST. , J , ARM ROAST I eo::hess foes fbb .. .-, 2" BONS-IN ' . aft 39 RUMP RST. ....'.lb. m ST SF IT aWfliAllblSA Mt II V V.ww LEA? J GOUflD CIIF PINANCirWVAUliONPFOVC'JIT ' ULlYrOCki0-fUI.LYOUAAMrclD C!:0iCEE!IrSIDIS.,b:,:" l. i a,.o:atE?iiB3S.,.-rsi 1 SAVE 3 water i eati::g costs; LENNOX solarmate Hot Water Systems reduce utility bills by using the sun's energy' to provido up to 93 of your hot water needs! tnergy-saving solarmats systems feature quality construction, economy, dependability and troublo-f roo performance. With energy costs climbing 16 por year, isn't It time YOU turned to th6 sun? ; Call us today for tho facts about a money-saving LENNOX solarmats System! rr r , . , pal Church with the Very Rev. Charles E. Ftih officiating. Interment was in Fairview Memorial Park. Strong-Thorne, lluO Coal SE, was in charge, of arrangements. ' . WALKER Funeral services for. . Sanford S. Walker will be held today at 10 a.m. in Palm Chapel of Strong-Thome, 1100 Coal SE, with Zia Day-, ' light Lodge 77, AF&AM, Officiating.-Interment will be in Fairview Memori-' alPark WELLS Services for Capitola G. Wells will be held today at 11 in High land Assembly of God Church, 201 Valencia Dr. NE, with the Rev. Clyde Fulfer and the Rev. Dean Garrison officiating. Interment will follow at 2 p.m. in Roundtop Cemetery in Moun-4) , tainalr. PaUbearers will be Capitola G. I Wells' nephews. French Mortuary, 1111 University NE, is in charge of j arrangements. . , " Novelist Bristow Dies at Age 76 NEW ORLEANS (AP) I Historical novelist . Gwen ' ' Bristow author, of "Jubilee v Trail" and nine other novels! died Sunday in a New Orle- ans hospital after a lengthy illness. She was 76. . . . - "Jubilee Trail," her most successful novel, was translated into 11 languages and was made into a motion pic- ture in . 1953. "Golden I Dreams," a story set during the California gold rush, and "Calico Palace"' were her ' most recent works. '" L FLOWERS SAY IT ALL ; ' An&Peoples makes the , ditfmttnce ; ravviv TEL 299-5539 02 259-6262 lb. 2e m&A .... B1ACE-CUT l69 CHUCK ROAST.., lb. SWISS 1 39 STEAX lb. I STEAX.... BCKKESS ' M 9 spencekstx. ,,.ib. mm snsjL mm 59 ... i U ib.. I n 33 49 ON YOUR . j '1

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