Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 51
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12 The Arizona Republic 0 Phoenix, Sat., April 5, More nboitt Florimond Duke dies Continued from Page 21 many before being liberated in April 1945 from Colditz Prison in Germany. He later was commissioned a colonel and was awarded the Bronze Star. Mr. Duke had just complet- ied a book about Mission •Sparrow and his imprisonment entitled "Name, Rank ^and Serial Number," which is Scheduled for release this spring by Meredith Press in -New York City. ;. Following the war, he was director of Greek War Relief In Athens. He retired to Hanover, N.H., but moved to Scottsdale in 1961 with his wife, Ellen, who formerly was managing editor of McCalls magazine. Mr. Duke was born in Rochester, N.Y., and attended Dartmouth College, where he became an All-American football end. During World War I he served with the American Field Service as an ambulance driver, but transferred for pilot training with the Signal Corps. He received his flying wings at the war's end. He was a member of the board of directors of St. Joseph's Hospital and was a member and past wing commander of the Silver Wings of J. J. BARRY NAMED WASHINGTON (UPI) James J. Barry, 50, commissioner of public welfare in New Hampshire from 1949 to 1966, has been named assistant secretary for community and field services in the Department of Health, Education and Welfare. World War I, men who earned their pilot's wings between 1913 and 1919. He was a member of the Paradise Valley Country Club. Surviving Mr. Duke beside his wife are two sons, William of New York City and Winslow of Pepperell, Mass.; four sisters, Mrs. Wilhelmina Moon of Boston, Mrs. Delphine Green of Marblehead, Mass., Mrs. Alice Pernow of Los Angeles and Mrs. Helene McCallum of Dedham, Mass., and a brother, Edmund Du- Sossoit of New York City. Funeral services are pending at A.L. Moore & Sons Mortuary. Stolen property trio's downfall A federal court jury yesterday convicted three Phoenicians of possessing stolen property taken from an interstate shipment. Joe Armenia Gano, 25, 1434 E. Wood, Arthur Wilson Cousins, 48, 1310 W. Tuckey, and Joe Soria Martinez, 51, 1609 W. Chipman, will be sentenced April 18 at 9:30 a.m. in U.S. District Court. A federal grand jury indicted the trio on Nov. 28, 1967, of possessing 255 cases of whisky stolen from a Phoenix railroad siding. The trio faces maximum penalties of $5,000 fines and 10-year prison terms. They were released on bond pending sentencing by visiting Judge William D. Murray of Butte, Mont. Narcotics cost $30 a day, addict testifies at trial By JOHN J. FUHRMAN PRESCOTT — A 28- year-old man charged with first-degree burglary admitted from the witness stand in Yavapai County Superior Court here yesterday that he was a dope addict and that it cost him about $30 a day to purchase narcotics since moving to Phoenix last September. Kenny Charles Tadevich was on the stand for IVz hours, while he answered nearly 200 questions asked by Eino Jacobson, his court- appointed attorney. The defense rested at the ; conclusion of the defendant's ; testimony, after which Judge . Jack L. Ogg recessed the ; trial until 9:30 a.m. Monday. The case is expected to reach the jury of 11 women and one man before noon Monday. Tadevich related that he had served prison terms in Minnesota for automobile theft and in the Washington State penitentiary at Walla Walla for burglarizing a tavern. He testified he became addicted to drugs while an inmate at the Washington penitentiary in 1967 and that his purchases were made through another inmate. • Upon completing his sentence at Walla Walla early in 1968, the defendant said he had approximately $600 in cash, but that he spent most of it "in a very short time" for drugs from various pushers in Seattle. 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