Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 60
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Phoenix, Arizona
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apping charge filed A Phtienift private detectivt free on $1,650 bond yesterday afttf being jailed on a Smtant accusing him of listening illegally to Us ex* private conversations. The detective, Merle Melvin Garges, 42, of Confidential Jirvices, Inc., 138 S. Central, lives at 3124 N. Seventh Ave. Hi wai charged in the court of Justice of the Peace Marion Reno with illegal wiretapping or eavesdropping. police detective Lew Ab- «ner said checks of the home of 1 Garge's ex-wife, Deanne Paughn, 41, 846 W. Whitton, turned up a microphone and t: tiny FM transmitter in a cut-out man's pants pocket, pinned behind the living room drapes; a device capable of broadcasting telephone conversations on the FM broad- 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 El 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. .Legal Advertisng s u ite of Call- vs. Immltt J i me above named De- '^thlrw that If state pursuant to Code of Civil pro- days). file,a,written g, the plaintiff wli any money .or dam— JnJhe complaint, as _ „ upon contract, or will apply to the court far any other relief demanded Injhg complaint, ^. You mav seek the advice of an attorney on any matter connected with the comwalnt or this summons. Such attorney should be consulted within the time limit stated In this summons, for f Nino .a. written pleading to the complaint. DONAHUE, '648 It's more precious because it's handmade. Welcome a new baby with this lovely cover. »• Everybody will admire baby and coverlet on out- iqgs. Very easy stitchery. Pattern 7402: one motif 16 z Iff', two smaller, directions fcr cover. Send 80 cents in coin for this pattern: add 15 cents for each pattern for first- class mailing and special h/andling. Address Alice Brooke, The Arizona Republic, Needlecraft Department, Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip code, pattern number and ifee. Send SO cents for new 1969 Spring-Summer catalog with |IJO dAtigoc, 3 free patterns. 1 Ntw "50 Instant Gifts" of dbulous fashions, toys and decorator accessories you i V,. §H nuhl today, give tomor- ' rov. Send N cents. I W cast band; and wires attached to the telephone line. A radio capable of tuning the FM broadcast band was found in the Garges' auto, Absher said. Irrigation SAN CARLOS PROJ- ended 7 a.m. April t flcrfr*fCBtf .,_._,. Die storage, acre-feet, 443,1 discharge, acre-feet. i,/ roir loss, acre-feet, 1,i SALT RIVER PROJtCt From 12:01 a.m. Mar. 30 to 11:J» P.m. April t for use on land In cultivation In or before 1909. Short variations In rivers entitle lands in cultivation in or before the fellow- Ing years to a portion of full period accumulation .as follows: 190647'^% 190C-75WK, 1909-62V**. ROOSEVELT LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, ecre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation APACHI LAKE Capacity, acre feet, 245,131 Storage, acre feet 238,156 Maximum elevation T914 resent elevation 1,911 CANYON LAKE Capacity, acre feet 57.152 Storage, acre feet 54,100 Maximum elevation 1,660 Present elevation 1,657 SAGUARO LAKE Capacity, acre feet 49,765 Storage, ecre feet 59,850 Maximum elevation 1,529 Present elevation 1,521 HORSESHOE LAKE Capacity, acre feet 131,231 storage, acre feet 105,121 Maximum elevation 2,W6 Present elevation 2,013 BARTLRTT LAKE f apaclty, acre feet torege, ecre feet Maximum elevation Present elevetion TOTAL STORED WATER Total stored, acre feet 1451,542 Total stored e year ego 2,034,862 Marriage Licenses OVERTON-POOLE. Charles S., 30, m§Sfti&ltoL$K1im L - &'• Temp ?' fvuDinauivBU i I.IBR/ M Pr A., 20, C " "' SAMBRANO-OCHOA, Henry T., 430 W. Chipman; Moflle, 38, 273* E. SHIMER n -F°AZEKAS, Ralph Hayman, 23, Tempe; Mary Helen, 19, La- Habra, Calif. Maria, harles, 19, E. Indlanola; An- 23, 5245 E. Thomas; Debora ay, 19, 1(05 E. Thomas. VASQUEZ-FILES, John Morales, 25, 4051 S. 10th St.; Laurel Burlln- game, 21, Wlckenburg. WESOLOWSKI-HENRY, Allen J., 21, Z?Z JI..Thjrd ^t.; Barbara J., 17, I, Karl Garrett, 33, 4429 W. Avalon Drive; Aide %T b - e B h E-R 3 K's0 7 N! N Ro^ hAye ' WYA 1 ert Gordon, 19, 5049 N. 20th Ave., Janet Joy, 19. 2007 W. Hazelwood Parkway. ZAMORIO-MATTA, Colombo, 40, El ADAMS-BROWN, Edwin H., 22; Ar- ., la LaVonne, 23, both of Tempe. -^ Tempe; Ann , , o o . . Larry A., 22, , 21, 4320 E. Me- , chard BOLEN-BAKER, Paul Ingram, 21; Dessie Evely, 34, both ef Las Ve- 23; BClUROOIN-LAKIN, John E., Susan L., 23, both of Tempe. BOWER-GARDNER, Robert P., 19, 1725 w V -Ha H ie* t ' Wq0d; Shl " CAD^NVHAV- CARL 0 5CHIMEL, Michael Lenny, 33, Tempe; Betty Lucille, 22, Bey lwood. VEZ, Arturo, th of Telleson. ., , haron, II, 1*; So- CARR-TORREY, William W., 27, 1333. W. Woodland; Dorothy Lynn, ST/,:«ra*?«V4llA' & . OAV*li*dA§Le, William C., 19; Linda Rae, 18, both of Glendale. DeLANCE-HOLLAND, .George, 28, Glendale; Audrey, 31, Tempe. EDDY-FIFE, Archibald Douglas, le- Pattero Let all eyes follow you in this trendsetting, low-V, bra- dress. So alluring, we do it also as a jumpsuit for a palatial patio party. Easy-sew. Printed Pattern 9496: New Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. Size 12 (bust 34) requires 2% yards 35-inch fabric. Send 65 cents in coin for this pattern; add 15 cents for each pattern for first- class mailing and special handling. Address Marian Martin, The Arizona Republic, Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip code, size and style number. More fresh, young, easy- sew styles in Spring-Sum' mer Pattern Catalog—send 50 cents. Free pattern coupon in catalog. New Instant Sewing Book shows you how to sew it today, wear it tomorrow; over 500 pictures. Send $1. W. In 1013 w. Indian lbert, onnie FLOtRCHlNOtR-HARNESS, Louis Wayne, 21, 725 E. carol; Sandra Lee, 17, 725 E. Cerol. •OftZALtS-SOTO, Santiago E., 27; Elodla B., 18, both of Buckeye, •INDT-BUCKNER, oennis John, 25, 5114 N. 40th St.; Kethieen Sue, 24, Tempe. HANNA-HINCH, Peter G., 27. Glen- dele; Vivian M. 19, 6525 N. 41 St Drive. HICKS-OUAYLE, Donald W.. 33, 5023 N, 18th St.; Teresa, M, 713 W. McDowell. HIVINS-CADLE, Jess L., 22, 8226 N. 10th St.; Yvonne, 18, 1038 E. Las Paimarltas. HORST-jlOTlLLER, Theodora.F., 47, 2339 w. Northern; Louise M. , 42, 2339 W. Northern. ^Y,.Coleni8n D,,.22; Nlkkl Thomas c. 4; Elizabeth H., 47, both of KUfFERAULS, Edward J., 55, , 54, 3536 LIGHT-S'HAUNCE, Stephen M., 21, 4225 E. Camelback; Nancy Erlene, R. Jr, oris Anetfe, 20, both OT - feene. ; Margaret •dpfi'AN'KjwiVilam.G. Jr. 8S, K^'*_ «™li "*. *>IMMeiMIO +fW\Wt Alt %»{%% c . rlM Paul I, Williams AFB; Carmen R.. 19, ^mlS^ v ^ KU H' 22, sen Diego; Evelyn Jill, if •tiSrte L A°n v n d , %, Vv?: " m - tan ?NZALES,.D.Vld L., 22, W. . ae P., 71, 8245 N. 27th Ave.; a ae P., 71, 8245 &M 6 -''B$N E AM wlrfM'lCK^SENWINf, . Henry, 23, Williams AFI yj^fe^A^VSN, Rl , A . CharlH AFB; Rose- 37; ALLEN-HAZEN, Oakley. Mlcheel/23; Joyce Kathryn, 20, both of Tempe. A ^. D !!irfK? 1> '- Lii:K - i '* 3319 N. 24th Place. ' 22 ' , 2 ,', 5 S ,'o° BE N TA S N X CojRT-POMPA, Pedro Jose, 34, 1614 E. Mohave; Arsenia R., 31, 1614 E. Mohave. BRUSAT-KENNEDY, Thomas G., 36, 4001 N. 22nd Ave.; Marcla Mae, 30, 4001 N. 22nd Ave. CAMP-KOHLER, Philip Dee, II, Tempe; Terryl Jean, II, Scottsdale. CATES-BURNEY. David Henry, 22, Luke AFB; Catherine Ann, 22, 770 E. Portland. CHAPLINE-CHRISTY, Louis Edward, 29; Francllle Geneve, 29, CULLEN-YANKO, Bernard, 21, 1550 N. 30th Drive; Delores, 19, 1550 N. 30th Drive. DUNN-AKINA, Wayne Aaron, 21; Loretta Kuualoha, 24, both of Chi- EVRA'RD-EVERY, wiibur cordon, 43, 931 E. Devonshire; Verne FAVELA-PAMBROUOH, Richard E., 22, 1902 E. Portland; Clair A., 20, FERNANDEZ-VALENZUILA, Sam P., 23; Mary Ann, 19, both of atOS^ft-WEISS, William Fred, legal age, ISO E. Virginia; Judith A., legal age, 2903 E. Indian KftoWBRANDOW, W. Jack. 91, .. San Dtoo; Kay L., 22, Mesa. HANKS-ELVING, Bob Lee, 26, Tempe; Sharon Leigh, 25, 1734 W. Devonshire. HAYWOOD-NELSON, Joy, 43, 9022 N. Eighth St.; Mary E., 32, 9022 HOY-M?LLS, 'David Thomas, 20; Patricia Lynn, 19, both of Mesa. JOHNSON-ST. PEfER, Hubert William Sr., 74, 4702 N. 10th St.; Pau ne Roxanne, 53, 3329 W. KINcVlCKLICK, Jack Dean, 31, 6729 N. 16th. St.; Julie Rae, 24, 4069 E. Campbell. LEE-Z|IDER, Donald Thomas, 20, i? 1 .£• _ G i rfle J d ; j Elizabeth Rose, iL-, O. Paul, 80, Sun City; Ruth Wanda, 68, San Juan, Calif. LYLE-WALLACE, Exo Lanler, 22, Williams AFB; Clara M,, 24, 175< N06RE- a BOASE, Kenneth Calvin, 44, 2 NAKAMURA-KIMURA, Satoshl, 24, 3309 f. Baseline; Carolyn Y., 22, Glendale. FATTERSON-SHOWMAN, John R., PRICE-KIMPTON, Lorln Jerome, 22; Carol Ann, 18, both of Mesa. RICE-SCHOYCK, George Garner, 69, Glendale; Helen V., 10, 3643 W. SA ullj-HARRIS, Gordon Lee, 25, e, , 7101 N. 36th Ave.; Teena Elizah, 22, 3845 N. Fourth St. beth ovin/ u, JB43 n. r our in 01. SMOOT-MCGUIRE, John j., 46, Tempe; Nancy F., 37, Mesa. TASK-TASK, Dennis, 27, 3021 W. jurnev; Billle Joyce 30, 3021 W. ADAMS-'cOOK, Gerald Wayne, 23; Brenda_Jan, 20, both of Apache a , 6 l O l N C E.TIjpRNTON, Thomas Jr., 20, 932 E. San Miguel; R-^NRE 7 ^; R RTh a ,Vd Wayn Cheryl h,Vd K., 24, 40, 3005 W. Camelback; Maxine Rose, 44, 3201 W. Garfield. CLARk-WALTON, Jesse James, 24, SuHn Bonnlt( M( FERTON, Larry Purango, Cole.; Beverly Ann Byron, 22, Flagstaff; Carol AAYliAR'D-sM&'MAN, Jerry Dale, .L 9 t/y\«i»J 5»lly_Ann, 6, GObert. T*0KBcNf CM; HILLIPS-BROWN, Joseph Levy, 19, El Mirage; Pamela Sue, 17, Cash- .TANLEY^C/L^^Tlrlrte^^ Los Angeles; Sherry Ann, 19, Ten, 187 421 JN; ~m A».RfMi'- Ramlro, 30, StfsSnOT M * rV Lllxii ' "' Albert ' " 10833 SoSsSnOT M » fV ' Y^WIMBi- IT! •A^IR-BROWN, George M., 46, Elmhurtl, Til.; Irene, 45, Los An- lICIkBiLCNIR, Gary Alan, 20, ipyfifflfig.^-' Un( "' M ' 2I " 31; Marriage licenses CLEMMiNS-HANEY, K WIMIIm Bruce, 22, Tucson; Donna Elaine, -- —'- " "iird Ave. „ . ....jro, Eddie 6., il, Marlcooa; Pauline C., 'TS29~"wV "wh'lttonT' Christine,' 1?! Fred w.. 21; Yolanda, 24, both of 3531 w. sa- LW Mam, James F., 23; H.«W?6Kft. ef ffi?S.rL., 34, Mesa; Janice M., 23, 3010 N. 34th -Dt HOYOt, David C., 18, 3710 W. Roosevelt; Carmen, 18, Gordon G., 33, 370? W. Cactus Wren Drive; Donna J., 22, 3702 W. Cactus Wren OONZAleS-SIQUEIROS..Hector V., , 18, 4201 W. Portland; Marietta R., 6cteEM? V D e a d vtd Rus«l, 30, 6546 E. Avalon; Emily Jean, OffeiFf-W^ste^dward E, 37, 2202 E. Roosevelt; Kathleen Rosenary,.31, 26Q8_E..Rposeyeit. lALL-KLAVl-RKAM^'-K Vh n e t h Wayne, 20, 6713 N. 34th Ave.; _ Virginia Lee, T9,' <Oi6"N.~3ls't Ave"" PUGH-PUGH, Joseph N., 26; Linda HUF'FMAN-McfRRli" Don. Raymond, 34, Glendale; Debbie R., 27, 4627 nest D. Ill, 27. 915 N. 22nd Place7 Janet Elizabeth, 19, 838 E. Monte JONES-CONWAY, Lowell Byrl, 27; Mary Elizabeth, 27, both of Flagstaff. JOYCE-CONE, Robert F., 22. Luke AFB; Kathfeen Joan, 20, 9107 N. KENT-B^NSBORG, Thomas J., 23, 4950.W. Bethany Home; Susan L., ^.Avondale^... Gregory, 22, 5716 .l8.Ft. SMl, ; w. Okla; •-• dam, 3619 _W. Holly; Ruth Ann, 22, Marsaret Elsie, 17, 315 W. Mlnne- Lt Z NDROS-KESTER, Roger W., 26, 1411 N. 33rd St.; Ann H., 25, 1400 E. Thomas. MESSNER-PETERS, Merlin Adam, ~uth Ann, 22, 30, 1091 S. lulver. •KMiriOS, Aatm, ov, IUTI a. St.; Susane, 27, 1091 S. 16th NELSON-PETTY, Philip V., 22, 21, Mesa. "5? if;'^ Aaron Lerry. 22, •- • Cerolyn Ann, ....', Jerry Mack, ... Randolph; Christine Mary, 17, 5222 E. Windsor. PICKENS-HENLEY, Otho Lynn, 60, Tempe; Frances Lenora, 60, 2813 RAMIR*EZ-»OJO, Ellas S., 38, Peo- r(a;_Ejte|la^., 33, Peorie. 1149 1518 1LSON-PETTY, Philip ... Aesa; Suzanne Merle, 21, Mesa. WALb-BUTLER, Stephen ~ Missouri; Janet, E. Garfield; W. Monroe. REICHLEY-CURREN, _. 33.08 ..W._ .Edsemont; Peggy, 31, Barry, 22, Peggy, 31, Joseph, 46, 5326 N. .3301 W. Edjemont; RITTER-BYERS, Jot..... „, ... 22nd Drive; Carolann, 30, 10009 N. i.?f'M. R r 0 t n h."j, E 23^i33"i! IBHWU" 1 - bara TOwSriEND-RAeHKI. Ro 4709 N. , 22, Forbes AFB, Kan.; Janice Pamela, 18, 1616 E. Roeser. ZIMMERMAN-LAWWILL, Burl Ray, 20, San Diego; Linda Ann, 19, 65 McCRACKEN-LARREMORE, Michael V., 22, 3335 W. College Drive; Betty J.,. 21, 2628 W. Roma. McGILVRAY-UTTER, Donald Alexander, 33, Scotttsdale; Patricia Kay, 22, 1805 Clarendon. OTHIC-WRIGHT, Joseph W., 20; Ton! L., 18, both of Tempe. PACE-FIX, Gordon C., 20, 3025 N. 34th Place; Janice Lynn, 19, PERALTA-MARQUEZ, Abedon, 20, Ml W. Jones; Lucinda, 16, Laveen. . Jr., 31; Sherry Diane, 21, both of Buckeye. PRICE-HAMILTON, Jeff W., 27, Hi'daPb HldalBO; Lera< J7 '"' M *• FRUET¥-'THOMPSON, Donald E., 24, 1522_ 1 W. willetta; Terr Lynn 18, Glendale. RAMIERZ-GANO, Mike, 21, 1440 E. Wood; Ruth, 24, 1440 E. Wood. ajEEp-CpSTELLO, Jerome A W., 33, 6110 N. Seventh St., Apt. 13; Joanne Carol, 30, 1412 E. Fillmore. REGISTER-WOLFF, Donald Ralph II, 19, 2832 E. Desert Cove; ,, 443, . SAAVEDRA-MILLER, Eloy, 21, Los Angeles; Marna E., 20, Yuma. SAWYER-ULMAN, Charles Byron, 24, Camp Pendfeton, Calif.; Meredith Lee, 24, Tempe. SHELTON-SHELTON, Gene D., 39; Betty A., 33, both of Buckeye. SODERSTROM-SODERSTROM, Ernest H., 70; Martha G., 63, both of Wauwatosa, WIs. SUAREZ-MASON, Kenneth R., 25, 1810 W. Chipman; Melissa, 18, Donald ••KiwnKna-f-vwi*Kawnv, uunoiu Eugene, 23; Jerene Claudia, 22, bom of Tempe. YOUNG-FARMER, Robert Alan, 24, Williams AFB; Penny Ann, 19, L, Robert L., 26, 1733 E. Garfield; Karen M., 22, ANDREWS^SWAFFORD, Robert H., 38; Betty J., 33, both of Anaheim, BENAVIDES-DEL RIO, Henry, 27, 1230 S. 17th St.; Shirley, 24, 1729 n ICKNE n LL— Burnt Hills, FIGO, Kenneth S., 68, s, New York; Mildred, 64, 2143 W. Wllshlre. BRICKER— MAYHEW, Larry Lynn, 21, Mesa; Jacque Sue, 25, Apache BROWN° n 'MACINNIS, Lonnle Eugene, 20, Peorla; Theresa Marie, 19, 201 E. Culver. BUCKLES— WOOD, Michael Allen, 21, 2320 N. 40th St.; Madonna Lo^ rene, 20,5101 E. Verde Lane. aes Lee, ty ' 20< 1202 COPPOC-BAUMANN, Roger Earl, 20; Susan L., 19, both of Scotts- ColpER—CHAMPNEY, L 0 n n I e Bruce, 18, 3019 N. 55th Drive; Winifred H., 17, 3019 N. SStli CUjLlSpN-VAILLANCOURT, James D., 26, Luke AFB; Susan Ann, 19, 6243 W. Elm. ' D|SKINS-PIIC"ORARO. cienn. wn- cer, 19, 4228 W. Van Buren; Joyce Grace, 27, 4228 W. Van Buren. DEUEL-HELLAND, Charles Robert, U, ,2Sa W Highland; Kris *nn, 21, 1901 E. Missouri. JCHER^GRy.VER,, Erneit , H., .; Winifred .Diane, , Jesus, 18, r Ida, 17, Cash- IREEN-CLAPPER, William, 48, 2134. W. Adams; Mar orle Marie, 54, Mesa. GRIMM-HILL, Daniel Steven, 20, Lemoore, .Calif.; Debra Lee, 19, W. Hop); Bonnie Ml- a Lee, 20, both of chel, 21; Mesa. JACKSON-CHAMBERS, Moody III, 19, 273« E. Roeser; tirenda Joyce, 18, 2220 E. Schoo Dr ve. LAMB-WINGFI ELD, Charles, 28, 2<2o E. Portland; Rita M., 20, 2620 E. Portland. MEDLYN— LANDESS, Kraig M., 18; Barbara Gall, 18, both of Glen- ale. N A- MODRID, Ramon, 44, 16W E. Sunland; Aurora, 34, UM E. Sunland, dale. MEN A Georgia, (5, both of Buckeye. Births 28. . MMRk, Philip and Theresa, 1213 ..W-.WJG.toV way, girl, March 29. MacMASTiR, Robert and Carmen, 3316 N. 58th Drive, g rl, March 30. McLlop, Norman and Judith, 1701 ..NT 18th Place, Boy, March 31. STANTON, Nelson end Vlckl, 4122 ..n-.-«r-v.— d ' 9"l, March 31. SULUVAil, John and Susan, 5838 N. _ 62nd Drive, boy, March 31. OLIVCR, Ray, and Judy, 4333 W. Rose Lane, gjrf, April 1. M&fass™* •-•- and Betty, 6240 IY. 1*111 riabv/ uur/ Mdrcn 26. TAYLOR, G. Evan and Janet, 3328 N-.JOJh.prlye, boy, March.27. _ Sweetwater, boy. March FERRARA, Joseph and N. 14th Place, boy, Mar 11. owui tvr iw/ uuy/ iviorun tf- LANOPON. Jotm and Patricia, 1314 E. Christy Drive, girl, March 28. ROBINSON, Thomas and Judy, 9107 N. 13th St., girl, March 21. WRIGHT, Curtis and Patricia, 2130 w. Palmalre, boy, March 29. POSTS R, Norm«n and .Barbara, M33 N. Fourth Ave., girl, March . LIE, Gary N. Drew, DAY JC HOSPITAL , . Qrvlleen, M., «S3 pt. e, Meia> B<n/ April AY, John and Peosv L., 425_ E. McKelftpi, S0. SO, Mesa, boy, SMITH, 'Wade R. and Martha R., M9/W. TI?IM'BL Apt. L2 R. and M . land Drive, ciwndler, cky, ,t22iE. Garfield, tUdalt, jlrl, April 3. Births «HAJsY*lo'be* Le and 0 aa l !re, L Public leaith ., Hospital, Parker, girl. - N, Edward and Ciarlean, 3712 ~ VV.. Maricopa, boy, March 22. O'HARA, G*ry anrf Gwendolyn, 7752 ../i, WeWon, girl, March 22. HASSELL, Richard and Mary, 3931 ,W. Ciaremont. glrl,.March A 23. CLUNE, James and Mary, 9420 W. van Buren, Tolieson, Ariz., bey, e£»fifc% 2302 W. Lynda, lAAS, George and Chrlstel, 8602 E. Hazelwood, Scottsdale, girl, March Jft* George and Georgene, Windsor, Scottsdale, boy, harles and Renae, 1013 BRAND, Karl and^ Ca _ SlxtVst., Tempe, boy, DewiTTE, Mfft&* «.-„-..™., H^ToV&rJri' 5S8 1 M 2 *W "romedarv Drive, Tempe, boy, Scottsdale, and Jacqueline, WEDG l lrl ' Ick and Edith, 1934 rive, Tempe, girl, i Barbara, 6125 Klt l L e ER l , rl 'R M ,! r h C 'an ? d- Billle Jo, 4940 Circle No. C, Tempe, boy, March 2 GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL BONNY, Dennis and Marine, M14 - Janice, 4577 .. BO B YCE V , ie j'ohn OY .nd Maureen, 5430 W. and Beverly, .'.^ .C M IH., Patricia Ann, 551 N. 27th Drive, girl. ARTHUR, Evan"and Carol, 4427 N. BARNHAR°T, gl c'arl and Judith, 4021 W. Burgess Ave., boy. FOWLER, Wayne and Louise, ««4 LqpE|?FiiiDe t flio boy and Linda, 11531 N. 79th Way, Peorla, boy. LUND, David and Ruth, till W. Sunnvslde, boy. HOELDT, john and Carol, 4121 N. 58th Place, girl. MrroNNELL, .Terry .and Joanne, 2417 E. Campbell, boy. PENA, Ignaclo and Sharon, 1M1 W. Alice Ave., boy. PRICE, Kenneth and Frances, ->ii«iiM»>r •>!«* Portland, boy. RO,,., 425, W. TE JKS%'. J .? me ?" and Vickie Lvnn, UAlkan-. S. Granada, Tempe, girl. ANDERSON, Arthur"nd Dor. Ann, •**»"™'^""**» • as/ rvairmuiiu tHIO Vlr™ Fffe, 92 Do^..5 ll rd° r ^. r n;«3rN. 36th Ave., girl. JOHNSON,. Thomas and Donna, 214J girl. and Charlotte, 3101 .and .Kathleen, OHNSON, Thomas a W. Van Buren, girl. KOBEY, ANDERSON, 5410 N. ••"• BLEDSC BnAML,^' OCIICVICW, OLUII^Qdle, DO BROOKS, John and Sharon, 9401 ERSON, Paul and Lenda Lee, Dsbe, .Roger and Tahereh, ii E. Belleview. Scottsdale, boy. and Nancy pirl. Souther ""• \ ~ ' 3 ' 324 ° E ' • T *TUM. John'and Nancy, Route 1, Box 235, Laveen, boy. March 23 and 1902 •*. ITC, ^11 I. "v-- and Sylvia, 1114 N, • i'.kVir' Doy. ^NN, Roger and Mary Lou, lr.ilY 8 W.5rl v «i5'£j; e|||tf _. . ..,.=, sirl. , „ March M ,• 7^Y.niond and Emma Lor- Jfjrf 3 x K-.. Lyn . w 2«'.Ave,, glrlT /v\ae. . "ft Deborah ' 4812 ' Shlrley ' 'ER, Ray and Gloria Jean. Spence Ave., Tempe, girl? OU I_---.,_. Donald .and Carolyn ^1l'ver h bo and Patri " ia L " e ' 7S * •"5iWi AI T L .'.. S, oward 5 nd< Margery, wgKr^Jrf Ur * ^ ne ' b ° V - an/ Gloria, 8031 S. Barbara, DAVID! o E> l^nley and Bonnie. 455S 17m £W ve., coy. -7-ii-ii,—&• VWl" S nd Marilyn, Dl l'Wfwi •"-, H"_ 4502 calle Del Norfe, girl. DUNN, Edwin and Frances, 4222 E. Cambridge, boy. JOHNSON, Jimmy and Verne, 120 W. McDowell Road, boy. KASSA, Thomas and Ellen, 3029 E. Paradise Lane, boy. LATIMER, Lorlng,, and Barbara, 2534 W. windrose Drive, g r, MIALEY, Michael and Karen, 4901 =. willetta, boy. . , , SINGER, Thomas and Cellle Mae, 2401 W. Peoria, DOV. AN, William and Bernice e, 238B'/j N. 12th StT, bov. 11 Emm " " 31 w - . SULLIVAN rTanne, W ! 2L . L h l !'t., R b a o l y Ph Hosplfa^V.I'ag hang Ind r David and Terrle, 202 E. 'ridley and Josephine, Sen flenn. and Sandra, 322* W. . ~ ..._ and Nancy, eM iVotZ,* Manuel and Luclla', less,Ave., girl. _, •.. VV'*. and , . ^*ary .3)331. Monroe, girl. Ichael and fierr Saratoga, fern , --.Gerard and Myrna, 4019 N. th Place, alrl. rTe JONES, CharTes"iind Eljiabeth Ann, NAYLQR, Richard and 'Mary, 2033 W. citrus Way, boy. I'NEAL, Harvey and P»m«l» Sue, 3941 W. Wllshlre, girl. 'ROULX, Bryan and Ana, 14C' W. 'RUlVt, Joe Douglas.and, Rebecce J-.SiL'ia.t «?*,!*• Wh St., g r . S, .John arid Charlotte Ann, I. 12th St., boy. ^ O 3941 PROU P y" 1 " Jinl * anil "lllle Ruth, Births LOMLLtrw 9 J Wtnoni, It* m, and Dolores, $MI and Evangeime, n and Donne, 412 yior, PENROD, "Dousias'T. 'and' Loretta ~ '" S. Lazona Drive, Mesa, .......... HOSPITAL . . James and Darlene, 6711 N. 62nd Ave., Glendale, boy, March 27. OALINDO, Mario and. Luee, 9151 w. ji ufb*!m Mi ' ltiai>jf > NROD, - t'l «• "li •Si"" •tSJLOR, r Robert and Bonnie, 1203 E. Bishop Ave., Tempe, girl, tAYL r 8Ft, 31 Robert 6. and Eunice A., 255 North cholia. Mesa, boy, BALLON, Larry and Karen, 109,6. Broadway, No. 35, Tempe, girl, APr sV.'JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL BLAKE, Mary and Russell, 5731 N. BRASTAp^'susen and Jack, 170V S. Jftn. Tilly Lflnfc* TMTIP^* MT*.^^ DUNN, cneerl and James, 2431 W. GLUCK, Gebrsetta and John, 1319 W. Gregory Road, boy. _ KINNEY, Patricia and Donal, 333 MILLER, .Sandra and Ronald, 80t and **,!, SGEFDorohyandRI W. McClellan.Blvd.,glrl. 1712 3401 BUSH, Mary Idand Carl, 721 E. CA T s u s r lrVs P hU'n% Michael, 2021 an Maryland, Glendale, girl. JONES, Susan-Mae and Richard, .1540 W. Desert Cove Road, boy. _ .is S. 30th Ave., Apt. C, boy. PEZZORELLO, Ton) and Francis, R. R. 1, Box 404, Chandler, boy. BELSHE, Erla and. Michael, 7011 N. rlenrpsa, olrl. M, Ellzabetl Mary' arid John, 3901 h'and Thomas, Art- end Craig, 4520 N. ... and Jesse, 9159 'olleson, boy. . rbara and Floyd, rttnW^GloV ^SW».$« iBAk, naeiaiaa ana james, 4/ur N. RUTH, Barbara and Terrence, 6121 Kohuana, Cave Creek, boy. Divorces Asked BLACKWELL, Carl Edward sues _ Betty Ruth. i sues Carole J. ... Darla. Loreen Lee (annulment). X, Dorothy sues Robert. R, Patty Ann supes Donald Eugene. DENNIS, B.E. sues Esther Warren 'annulment). ~ .Gloria M. sues Donald F. Johnnie Le COOPERK, COURTER, 'ge s a sues f ARL.GIorla M. sues Donald F. LLER. Herman J. sues Esther V. FAULKINBURY, Dorothy Edna auea Forest Lee. FIEDLER, F.A. sues Helen C. . IEDLER, F.A. sues Helen C. ITHEN, Margaret Suzanne sues 8 REGG, Sharon G. sues Donal ART, Neome Sharp sues Lloy_ _. JOHNSTON, Emma J. sues Jack"R. JONES, Beverly Jo sues Peter NES, Harmon E. sues Helen A. LSEY, Nellle.F. sues Lloyd E. tig KURTZ, •Joseph'Iht YUM-Roy. ~ LOCKE, Barbara sues Raymond A. McCLURE, Jacquelyn F. sues Ben MCDONALD, James. MES Kay sues Regis SSECHER, Harold T. sues Jove PEDOTE, Mary Agnes sues John Gerald (separate maintenance). PEPPENHORST, Howard B. sues Wanda L. REED, Christine sues Estey I. REETZ, Thomas W. sues Rosette Ann. ROWE, Bonnie sues James Alan (separate maintenance). SIMMONS, LaVONA Sue sues Marcus. SMITH. Anna Ruth sues Elden SNOwl'Lorraine L. sues Jay C. SUPRlK, Daphna F. sues George UEUNTIEN, Margaret T. sues Henry A. VARKER, Lene Mae sues Bruce C. WELLS, Rosalie Mae sues Dennis J. WISEMAN. Judith sues David. WOLTA, Marilyn sues Gerald., YONUG, Ralph sues Tina Merle. MATHANEY, Janice A. vs. Stephen BEATTY, Margaret Jean auea Charles Vernon. CLARK, Raymond Sylvester sues Pauline Luna. CROWE, Eugene sues Barbara L. Myrtle Mae sues Vernon. F, John Patrick sues Bev- Mona Ray sues Richard .. sues Larry C. ..... Patricia L. sues Sem- HUNT, Suzanne sues John Gary. INGALLS, George Mason sues Shirlev Jean. LUCE, George Nolan sues Emma AMene. McBRIDE, Mary Lucille sues Glenn McLANE, Charles Lee sues Virginia Doris. MONSON, Betty Lou sues Robert Walter. NAIDAS, Mariano S. sues Mlroslave (annulment). NATIONS, Carol Sue sues Handle R. PETEK, Beverly Jane sues Frank. PETRAUSCHKE, Anna Marie sues Frank Jr. ROBBINS, Geraldfne sues Harry Jo- SULLIVAN, A/.ary Patricle sues Charles E. WEEKLEY, Robert Francis sues Dolores Clara. Divorces Granted SELLERS, Mary H. from Joseph A. SORENSON, Catherine H. from Paul STEWART, Jackie L. from James D. (annulment). THURMAN, Johnnie L. from Marl, Susan, K. from Donald L. G, Jennie Ann from Salva- il'lie from Horace Wll- WlEfT,' Robert W. from Trella M. WILLMON, Mary Etta from Alfred WORTHIEN, Ruth S. from Edward YODER, Harriett J. from William ZINGERMAN, Donna C. from Sher- ASHBY,' Barbara F. from Jerry R. BISHOP, Marvin. from Kathryn K. BRYSON, Donald F. from Darlene. CANOELARIA, Rosemary Elaine from Umelio Jose. CHAPMAN, Robert E. from Rosen- CHARLES, Betty Joan from Lester LES "' LARK, David Lee from Mary 3MAN, Bobble D. from Juanf- EE, Joy from Randall Dee. t-Apie, Gregorle R. from Kaoru. FEGER, Audrey Alleen from FORMIC'HILLA, Marivs j. from An- FR l E[>lER l iCKSON, Janet E. from FROSCHEtSER, Arlean from John GREEN,' Ralph from Ruth. „ , HARRIS, Robert Noel from lonnlg HEfJMAN, Cathie L. from Thomas HERNANDEZ, Guadalupg from Lib- HEfufboN, Raymond E. from HOWARDf-Jamts E. from Sharon , Irene C. from Wlllalm F. "EL, Thomas C, from Agnes .. Valentine vs. Lucille G. (annulment). ,, . LaNASA, Candace from Victor F. LITTLE, Richard from Sharon K. LIPMAN, Jean.E, from.Maryln. Irom MOODIE, Jeanne G. from Donald McDCVITT, Lupe from Ronald,H. PATTEN, Western W. from Dale. PHILIP, Glenls M. from Mark A. REMCHI, Mary A. from Robert B. RICHARDSON, Timothy M. fr< •/L a f Y^'tlnd'a from Ronald W. I VAS, Vincent from Marie A. Republic and Gaitttt **** CIRCULATION SERVICE 271-8381 OR 271-8356 Br«wh Offices and Representative! Seryici desiring to pay, in advance annually will pleas* mill nmmtntt A etr- rier rate direct to circulation «• Mrt uTVll CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Weekday Deadline 3 p.m. Sunday Deadline 1 pm Saturday MONDAY THROUGH .FRIDAY •S_OPwf1 SATURDAY I iy DEADLINE 1»m Fhenat SUN DAY n PHONE 271-8711 To Place Your Want Ads 10% Discount Available fer Cash or- ffedYounfer 1 " PtrMn M »• «•»•• MINIMUM CHARGE 11.50 m A CONTRACT RATES. AVaYl «fe* U 2^7 ? <S' UMt OUT OF STATE RATES: (Minimum Charge $2.66) Copy re- m outside the Boundaries irtzone Is r ^ Advertisers who specify their weekday advertisements be published In only one. of the two dally papers, *i'J ;*«l v ?.a raductlon of Ipc per wi li ine from e the lon .. — _. 1 time line rate and will copy so ordered will appear under a senarate ''Miscellaneous Claasl- fied" heeding outside the Regular Classified section. To Place Your Want Ads DIAL 271-8711 Announcements Claasee 1 ttirMgk M i—Meeting Notices You are requested to attend Easter Church Service at the First Christian Church, 6750 N. 7th Ave., Sunday, 12:15 p.m. Families and friends are Invited. Robert L. Read. B.C. 4—Funeral •ATtlATO, Gabriel. Arrangements Ehirnes' Lu " dbtr§ Chtptl •' Tht BAXTER! Diane. Services today 2 P.m. Messlnier Mortuary Chepel, Scottsdale. Interment East Rest- ca'SP'su •,, ducted by Rev. J. Paul Downe 10:00 a.m. Monday In Memor Chapel, A.L. Moore « Sens. Inter ''* BUttt> Frltn * ma eon: Downey ory nday Broades, idabel, Okie. Passed eARDlINt,*^ Services 11 a.m. «o- 4?. v ^Pfc*. 1 . ..United . Methodist •... urch, 5510 . Central, Arrange- >athany e Rd. i . u, l, 710 W. Bethany Home , Jack D. Services today to .. esslnger Mortuary Chapel, Scottsdale. Interment Green Acres. . ree . CASTRO, Robert Frederick. 3407 E. Pierce. Husband of Jessie. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Sunday In St. Mark's Church. Mess ef Requiem 9 a.m. Monday in St. Mark's Church, n- ferment St. Francis. Friends may cell at Whitney A Murphy from 12 noon-A p.m. Sunday. COLBERT, Donald 'D. Services eo n : Pastor Harold P. ral Conv , . cted by Pastor Harold P. hluntz & Masonic Funeral Conv lttee 10:00 *.m. today In Memo- Chapel, A.L. Moore * Sons. terment Greenwood" ducted Schlunt ml ESQUIVEL, Augustine Miranda. Re citation of rosary I p.m. Mortensen Kings Funeral ry I p.m. Sunday »—.,..- .s Funerel Chapel. Requiem mass 9 a.m. Monday Immaculate Heart ~ tensen Kings Funeral MnKlngs IIOSO,.> a.m. A .Church. il Center. OLORIOSO, Tony. Services 2 P.m: Today at the Sunnyslope Chapel,of Hansen Mortuary, Rev.J. Douglas Gaston officiating. Private Inter- f ent. VKINS, Spencer. 4040 W. Van jren. Passed away Thursday. .//•r«« m .« n »? sanding, A. i. Moore 4 Sens. "W 7 ^^ neraibieulng'VI'a. ulatg .Heart Chg ranc'i, Vdversji 4—FfMril ld parents Mr. 1 Mrs. rs R Casters, brothers Dick and Dave, all of S^< grandmothers. Mrs. Berntct Stewart, Paola, Kan., and Mrs. Stella Dora Masters, Livingston, tenn. Services 11 a.m. Mei ' I'Pl's' Church, of. Scot dale, 7025 dsborn/Rev. Ian Chapman of- ing.. I ..... ients' JSy"< scttMale. interment. Green Acres lemonsi Gardens, visitation ~ " and 7 to 9 today and Sunday. ^- Green Acre* ? t«. Oday, Raymond C. .«,jcash«' Husband of ftoslee 1 her , of Mrs. Alt*. MOOR HE ._. ion, Arli. Moorhead. . _ _ chance. Clifford W., James and rank MoOrhead, Cashlon. Brother V Mrs. Jane Burchett, .Port, Te*.. Irs. Mary Ruth Chilcoat, Lup"" Jo' X 'fcfil!a2l £"" H09he *' vtoorhead, 'Salinas, Calif" Passed away Thursday. (4 gran* 1 children, i great Brandehtw also •wrvives. Services conducted ' Rev.,Johnny Dicker— " — - Sunday, ...... fer. Mess 8:30 a.m. Monday, ... Lady of Perpetual Help cathoiH Church, Glendale. Burial GlendaH Resthaven. ary Garden Chapel, 33 N. Slrrlne, Mesa. Rev George P. psaute, Mesa Church of the Nazarlne offi- catlng. interment Mountain Vie* ffflgC" Gart| en-. , Clara Amelia. Services conducted by Rev. Layton N. Jackson 3:00 p.m. Monday in Cha* pel of Memories, A. L. Moore » Sens. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call from noon Sun-. KTEMflN, Walter S. Services it- a.m. today at the Sunnyslope Chapel of Hansen Mortuary, Pastor Richard Harrlg officiating. _ Private cremetlon. POWER, Carl R. Survived by wife, Frances. M., Phoenix. Son, James B. Daughter. Mrs. Frank Johnson, both. Seottsdale. Sister, Mrs. Phyllis Richards, Montgomery, Ala. 5 grandchildren. Services Monday 3 p.m., Valley'Presbyterian Church. Rev. Herbert P. Lendes offlelat- tag. Entombment Greenwood, friends may call, at Messlngef Merfuary, Scottsdale 7 to 9 p.m. .Saturday and Sunday. HEdCR. Ralph M. survived by wife Neom/, ./hoenlx. Sister MJ» "r, V oninnsren, w. va. services and Interment w I be In Shlnns- ton, W. Va. Friends may call at Mercer Mortuary from 6 until 9 p.m. today. JARRBUS, Lon L. Services conducted by Chaplain Joseph A. Stalzer 9:00 a.m. today In Chapel of Memories, A. L. Moore A Sons. Military honors at Greenwood. STftATjATfT, Janece. Service 2 p.rh: Monday, .West Glendale Baptist, Church. Burial Greenwood Memo- .rial. Universal Memorial Center. 4IMJ, Albert k.T 10 a.m. .Monday .esa Ceme- call at.MeN >, Albert K. Graveside services a.m. Monday at Mesi * tery. Friends may call „, ..,«,drum Mortuary, 52 N, Macdonald St., Mesa 6-9 p.m. Sunday. SMAW, Vance f. Survived—By daughters Mrs. Lynn Skalbeck, Portland, Ore., Mrs. Van Alice Harrell, Mesa; son, Rocicne B., Tempe; mother, Mrs. Ludie Mae Smaw, Novato, Calif.; sisters, Frances, Novato, Calif., and Louise Hansen, Fort Dodgi ' brothers, Frank, Novato, vm.r., and Pay, Mead, Colo./ also seven grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted by Rev. Thomas Never, 11 a.m. Monday at St. Arrangements by Mercer frftVNOlft, Joe F. services today 10 a.m., Lundberg's Sunland le. Iowa; i, Call?., ko, Frank. Arrangements pending. Lundberg Chapel of MM cnimes. Tftevizo, Ramon. Rosary 8 p.m. Sunday, Chapel of the Roses, Larry J. Melcher Mortuary; Requiem Mass 10 a.m. Monday, Christ the King Church. Burial Mesa Cemetery. TUCKER, Ceva L. Services 10 today, Christ Church of Ascension, 4015 E. Lincoln Dr. Entombment Greenwood. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, director. V'ANCIL, Emma. Services conducted by Dr. L. Doward McBain, 3:30 p.m. Wednesday In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore ft Sens. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call from 3 p.m. Tuesday. VAWOUJKOVA, Anezka.—Rosary Monday a p.m. Messlnger Mortuary Chapel, Sobttsdale. Mass Tuesday 10 a.m. Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Friends may call - at mortuary Sunday afternoon. '".KB*. Raymond'F., ft, Los Aries, Calif. Husband of Lottie 'alker. Father of Roberta Walker, Los Angeles, brother of Mrs. Lawrence _ Menson, Roland J. Walker, Phoenix. Passed away Sunday. Services conducted by Dr. Roe B. Lewis & American Legion Funeral Committee 2:00 P.m., Monday In Case Blanca Presbvte-, rlan Church. Interment Casa Blanca Cemetery. A. L. Moore * Sens. WEST, Patricia Ann. Services Ttr a.m. today, Lundberg Chapel ef- The Chimes. I ntermenr Resthaven. WHILLANS, Lillian. Arrangements pending Messfnger ' Mortuary, Scottsdale. WHITE, David Kenneth. Age V/i. 4310 W. Rose Lane. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald K. White; brother of Kathryn and Richard; grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth A. White and Mr. and Mrs. Frank B. Durand; great-grandson of Mr. and Mrs. William Birmingham, Mrs. Roxie White and Mr. and Mrs. Frank P. Durand. Lass Jeiv,. sen and Ruth J e n s e n^. great-great-grandson of Mary Bun., ley. Services 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Arizona Funeral Home Chapel. Interment Memory Lawn/ Henry T. Forman, Director. Vislt- atlon 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday. WIGGINS, Alfred C. Survived by son, Donald C.; daughters, Mrs. Jesse Parmer, Mrs. Vernon Smith; one sister; 4 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren. Services and Interment, Port Arthur, Tex. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, Director. WISHART, Dorothy L. Survived'by husband Charles. Phoenix, son Grover, Poughkeepsle, N.Y., daughters, Mrs. Barbara Davenport, -Verashlre, Vt. Shirley Osgood, Postenklll, N.Y., Mrs. Margaret Whitney. Mel rose, N.Y., and Miss Patty Wlshart of Phoenix, 6 grandchildren also survive, services today 1 p.m. Bellevue Baptist Church, 2037 E. Desert Lane. Interment East Resthaven Park. Arrangements by Grimshaw's Bloom Chepel, 3800 S. Central. , r 7—Funeral Directors FORMAN'S ARIZ, FUNERAL HOP 876 N. 3rd Ave. AL 3-23M MERCER MORTUARY THOMAS RD AT 16TH ST. Phone 266-4473 Private Parkin* SUNSET CHAPEL 301 W. CAMELBACK 177-2401 A. L. MOORE & SONS SERVICES TODAY , tfi. M i^Sin?: ADAMS AT FOURTH AVENUE ; _ TEMPE MORTUARY '••< 405 E. 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