Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 73
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 73

Publication:
Location:
Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Thursday, April 3, 1969
Page:
Page 73
Start Free Trial
Cancel

4ft fir* o Cii Y Republic * J- thws., April 3. IM§ &• Dr. Bateman banquet set TEMPE - Dr. George M. Bateman, who retired from the faculty of Arizona State University last year following continuous service since 1927, will be honored at 7:30 p.m. banquet April 28 in Ferguson's Cafeteria here. Dr. Bateman was the only doctor of philosophy on the faculty when he joined the university. He was instrumental in forming new courses at the university, including programs in premedicine, pre- dentistry, pre-engineering, medical technology and nursing. He also had served as head of the department of sciences, department of physical sciences, division of physical sciences and mathematics and as chairman of the department of chemistry. DcWitts mark 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John D. DeWitt Jr., 1432 E. Pierce, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary today with a 7:30 p.m. reception at the LDS chapel at 18th Street and Brill. Children include a daughter, Mrs. F. Milo Gardner, of Lafayette, Calif., four sons, Harold, Russell, and Larry, all of Phoenix, and Dan of Snow- flake. The couple also have 16 grandchildren and two great- grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt were married April 2,1919, in Snowflake. DeWitt retired in September 1963 as a special agent of the Santa Fe Railway after 40 years service. DeWitt Mrs. DeWitt Schools schedule Easter recess Easter holidays begin today for Arizona State and Northern Arizona universities. Grand Canyon College will start its recess tomorrow. The University of Arizona has been vacationing since March 29. Students will return to class Man to he tried for slaying wife MESA—Robert Dean Klotz, 52, yesterday was ordered to stand trial in Superior Court on a charge of murder in the shooting death of his wife Ethel. Justice of the Peace L. E. Mulleneaux remanded him following preliminary hearing on the charge. Officrs said Klotz shot his estranged wife, Ethel, in the back with a rifle March 23. Dogs to aid blind fund drive opens Phoenix leaders of Guide Dogs for the Blind said yesterday that the organization's annual membership drive has begun. Mrs. Roberte Aste and Mrs. Joseph E. Clifford II, Scottsdale women who are colead- ers of the drive, said contributions solicited during the campaign will be used to rehabilitate the organization's San Rafael, Calif., headquarters, where blind persons receive training along with their guide dogs. , Governor signs bill to limit contributions Gov. Williams yesterday signed House Bill 5, which seeks to stop public officials from forcing employes to make political contributions. The new law was redrafted to be more specific, after the State Supreme Court threw out a similar 1968 law. Advertisement— HOW DIET CAN PREVENT HEART ATTACKS Tuesday at ASU and GCC. NAU students will reconvene Wednesday and the UofA on Monday. The county junior colleges have a uniform vacation which starts today and runs through Tuesday. Phoenix elementary and high schools will not have classes tomorrow or on Monday. Th* Larfxt Setoetleft of SHAQ CARPETS In Aritona * Msgee o Gulltstin • Royal Wem o Trent o Evan* A Black 0 Cerent! CARPET MART 422 N. Old Seottidal* Rd. Seotttdal* • 947-4241 Dally 9-6 Men. d Thurl. ft Follow the qualified outdoors writing of Ben Avery Many heart attacks are man- created, says a 20-year study. A change in diet may ward off at- ticks. Here are specific recommendations—plus a handy fat/ cholesterol chart of 46 common foods. From 'Look. One of 39 articles and features in the April Reader's Digest. Pick up your copy today. READER'S DIGEST r OPEN DAILY 10-10, SUN. 10-6 LAMPS AND SHADES AND THINGS (27 W. Indian School Rd. Ph. 244-7091 A BlvMwt tf HM I. t. Krttf* Cftfltptny with SMtM MiMvflMvt ft* If fttMrf fttttit, Caiwda and Nwt* Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. Easter Discounts V/A SALE! EASTER FASHION HATS Our Reg. 5.86 4 days .68.88 58.88 14.88 Charge It K mart's mod hatter brings you all the newest styles in exciting spring colors and fabrics, especially straw. At $2 off reg. price, girls of all ages can turn their spring fancy to hats! 14.88 NS*. RINGS ENLARGED TO SHOW DETAIL 8 DIAMOND WEDDING SET 68.88 Keg. 86.92 4 Days Interlocking 14K gold set with eight lovely diamonds. *A Ct. total wt. 5 DIAMOND WEDDING BAND 58.88 Reg. 78.78 4 Days Elegant wedding band with five beautiful diamonds. Total wt. *A ct. WEDDING BAND A MATCHING FOR WOMEN BAND FOR MEN 14.88 Reg. 1 7.98 4 days 14K two-tone band is 4 MM wide. Lovely design. Reg. 79.98 4 days Save now on man's 6 MM wide. Lovely design. SCRIPTO VU-LIGHTERS 1.88 Our Regular 2.96 4 days only Choose from versatile lighters. All are in chrome with crystal reservoirs in which you see dice, fish fly or sport scenes as well as the fluid supply. /- < \ •,,'•• , ^ A TISKET, A TASKET .. . YUMMY, YUMMY Russell Stover makes their Easter hunt the happiest, tastiest one yet, with baskets abunding with treats and cuddly toys. Oval basket, 2.95 Round bamboo, 3.95. Three egg box (vanilla, strawberry and coconut cream > 55c Egg crate of one dozen foil wrapped chocolate covered marshmallcw eggs, 95c. Candy, 34. CHRIS-TOWN ' ' BILTMORE FASHION PARK '607 W. Bethany Home Road • 277-5531 2400 E. Camelback Road • 956-9201 Mon. thru Fri. 9:30 fl-m. to 9:30 p.m., Sat. 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. BULL'S EYE WATCHES BY •OCWT WATCH BENMIS-SAVEI l.9« 26.96 £•0.2.57 4 days A. Nickel-finish case and small second hand. R*g. 32.96 4 days B. Beautiful 17 jewel watches for women. THE SHERATON SPORT WATCH 7.77 R*g, 9.97 4 days C. Men's watch is shock- resistant, waterproof.* 'Whilt (•!•, cr»*n and ciyital. r* intgtl SALE! ILK. ALARM CLOCK 1.97 Rtg. 2.96 4 days D. Off-white styrene molded case, antique ivory dial. "Thank You" for shopping at K mart SCOTTSDALE tfiSI hkUOWtlL AI HAIUIN HOAU PHOENIX WISF INDIAN iLHUOL KUALl Af 43rd AVtNUt r ^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Arizona Republic
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free