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: I MAI 18 The Arizona Republic f5j] PlMteflfct, Sit.* April S, Thieves take haul in gems NEW YORK (AP) - Burglars cut into the vault of a Manhattan jeweler yesterday and got away with $250,000 in gems. A security guard on the premises was unaware that a crime was being committed, police said. • Police said the burglars cut a 90-inch hole through a 2- foot-thick wall that opened into the vault of Nat Alttnan jtwelers, 58 W. 47th St. The loss of the gems was discovered at 9 a.m. by Nat Aitman, one of the owners. He entered the vault and found that diamond rings, unset diamonds and gold strip- pings used for settings were missing. Other gems, such as rubies, sapphires and garnets, were strewn around the vault, apparently discarded by the thiefs. Wise old owl tangles with fisherman; loses VALDOSTA, Ga. (AP)-It's the first time Noel Fountain ever hooked an owl in 30 years of fishing. Fountain said he was fishing at a nearby lake when an owl swooped from a tree and grabbed his lure. He said he began reeling in, with the owl about 40 feet above the water. Fountain said the bird is on display in his gun shop because his wife won't let him keep it at home. Legal Advertisng Superior Court f0r A n nn' the state of Call' ..,_ ^_. 3F THE STATE OF CALIFORNIA to the above named De- e Yo an are directed to file with the clerk of this court in which the above entitled action is brought a written pleading in response to the complaint within ten days after the service on you of this summons, if served within the above named county, or within thirty days If served elsewhere (except that if the action is analnst the state pursuant to Section 738.5 of the Code of Civil Procedure, within 180 days). You are notified that unless you so file a wrltter responsive pleading, the plaintiff wil taKe judgment for any money or damages demanded in the complaint, as arising upon contract, or will apply to the court for any other relief demanded In the complaint. You may seek the advice of an attorney on any matter connected with tne complaint or this summons. Such attorney should be consulted within the time • limit stated in ttils summons for filing a written pleading to the complaint. RAY W. DONAHUE, Attorney at Law Post Office Box 641 Visalla. California Telephone: 732-4565 Attorney for Plaintiff JAMES E. HOWARD. Clerk By LUCILE NAFFZIGER, Deputy Clerk Dated March 10, 1969. Published: Arizona Republic April 5, 12, 19, 26, 1969. rinted Pattern • It's more precious because it's handmade. Welcome a new baby with this lovely cover. Everybody will admire baby and coverlet on outings. Very easy stitchery. Pattern 7402: one motif 16 x 30", two smaller, directions for cover. Send SO cents in coin for this pattern: add 15 cents for each pattern for first- class mailing and special handling. Address Alice Brooks, The Arizona Republic, Needlecraft Department, Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip code, pattern number and size. Send 50 cents for new 1969 Spring-Summer catalog with '200 designs, 3 free patterns. New "50 Instant Gifts" of fabulous fashions, toys and decorator accessories you can make today, give tomorrow. Send 50 cents. Nation's canines to compete today CHICAGO (AP) - The international dog show in which best-in-show winners was a different breed each of the past 11 years opens today with 3,400 groomed canines on display at the International Amphitheatre. Some 115 breeds compete in the two-day event which closes "tomorrow night with selection of best-in-show by Judge Percy Roberts of Noroton Heights, Conn. Irrigation SAN CARLOS PROJECT 24 hrs. ended 7 a.m. April 3, 1969 capacity, acre-feet, 1,215,000 Available storage, acre-feet, 443,607 24-hr, discharge, acre-feet. 1,400 Reservoir loss, acre-feet, 1,217 SALT RIVER PROJECT Normal Plow Period No. 11 From 12:01 a.m. Mar. 30 to 11:59 P.m. April 6 for use on land in cultivation In or before I90f Short variations in rivers entitle lands In cultivation In or before the following years to a portion of full period accumulation as follows: 1906-87Vi% 1908-7S'/J%, 1909-62'^%. ROOSEVELT LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation APACHE LAKE Capacity, acre feet, Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation CANYON LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation SAGUARO LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maxlmurr ft ;mum elevation 1,529 Present elevation 1,521 HORSESHOE LAKE Capacity, acre feet 138,231 "forage, acre feet 105,121 .Maximum elevation 2,026 Present elevation 2,013 BARTLETT LAKE Capacity, acre feet 178,477 Storage, acre feet 148,024 Maximum elevation 1,798 Present elevation 1,786 TOTAL STORED WATER Total stored, acre feet 1,851,542 Total stored a year ago 2,034,862 Marriage Licenses l-POOLE. Charles S., 30, •'-.^R^R^hJrT^rv. . N -..l?h. St.; Darlene SALMlN-EtfRAMBO 1 Scott A., 20, 4526 N. ism Ave.: Mary C., U, 6516 W. Mu berry Or va. SAMBRANO-OCHOA, Henry T., 630 W. Chipman; Moflle, 38, 2736 E. SHIMER n -FAZEKAS, Ralph Hayman, 23, Tempe; Mary Helen, 19, La- Habra, Calif. SMITH-DAMIANI, Robert Leroy, 22, 4213 W. Lewis; Patricia Ann, 21, Anthony .,TREVINO-MEDINA, Jesus Maria, 21, Mesa; Gloria Jean, 19, Tempe. TRUDEAUX-HAMILTON, Robert Charles, 19, 4901 E. Indlanola; Joanne Sara, 18, Scottsdale. VAN- SICKLE-PATTEN, John Andrew, 23, 5245 E. Thomas; Deborah Kay, 19, 1805 E. Thomas. VASQUEZ-FILES, John Morales, 25, 6051 S. 10th St.; Laurel Burlingame, 21, Wickenburg. WESOLOWSKI-HENRY, Allan J., 21, 707 N. Third St.; Barbara J., 17, 302 E. Garfield. WOOLSEY-ZISCHKAU, Karl Garrett, 33, 4429 W. Avalon Drive; Alda Elizabeth, 30, 8714 N. 30th Ave. WYATT-BERKSON, Robert Gordon, •19, 5049 N. 20th Ave., Janet Joy, 19. 2007 W. Hazelwood Parkway. ZAMORIO-MATTA, Colombo, 40, El ADAMS-BROWN, Edwin H., 22; Ar- llnda LaVonne, 23, both of Tempe. AMES-HANSEL, Larry A., 22, Tempe; Ann, 21, 4320 E. Mc- BAKERSYOUNG, Charles D., 22, 4021 W. Berrdlge Lane; Deborah, 18, 5530 N. 35th Ave. BOELTER'STAFFORD, Richard Paul, 30, 8329 N. Seventh St., Apt. 10; Diana L., 23, 3428 W. Rose- BOLEN-BAKER, Paul Ingram, 28; Dessie Evely, 34, both of Las Ve- BOURGOIN-LAKIN, John E., 23; Susan L., 23, both of Tempe. BOWER-GARDNER, Robert P., 19, 1725 W. Hazelwood; Sharon, IB, 1725 W. Hazelwood. CADENA-CHAVEZ, Arturo, 19; Socorro, 20, both of Tolleson. CARL-SCHEMEL, Michael Lanny, 33, Tempe; Betty Lucille, 22, Bay CARR-TOR C REY, William W., 27, 1333 W. Woodland; Dorothy Lynn, 26, Mesa. CASTILLO-AVILA, George, 27, 417 N. 23rd St.; Linda, 22, 1412 S. 12th Place. DAVIS-GABLE, William C., 19; Linda Rae, 18, both of Glendale. OeLANCE-HOLLAND, George, 28. Glendale; Audrey, 31, Tempe. EDDY-FIFE. Archibald Douglas, legal age; 2045 W. Washington; Mildred H., legal age, 2145 W. Monroe. 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-Summer Pattern Catalog-send 50 cents. Free pattern coupon in catalog. New Instant Sewing Book shows you how to sew U today, wear it tomorrow; over 500 pictures. Send $1. Marriage Licenses CSHENBAUGH-SCHUREN, Albert, 28, 1013 W. Indian School; Bonnie Rae, 24,16)3 w. Indian school. FLOERCHINOER-HARNESS, Louli Wayne, 21, 725 E. Carol; Sandra Lee, 17, 725 E. carol. GONZALES-SOTO, Santiago E., 27; Elodia B., 18, both of Buckeye, GINDT-BUCKNER, Dennis John, 25, 5114 N. 40th St.; Kathleen Sue, 24, Tempe. HANNA-HINCH, Peter G., 27, Glendale; Vivian M. 19, 6525 N. 41St Drive. HICKS-OUAYLE, Donald W., 33, S023..N. 18th St.; Teresa, ti, 713 W. McDowell. HIVINS-CADL6, Jess L., 22, 8226 N. 10th St.; Yvonne, 18, 1038 E. Las Palmaritas. HORST-BOtlLLER, Theodore F., 47, 2339 W. Northern; Louisa M. , 42, 2339 W. Northern. HOYT-6RAY, Coleman D...22; Nlkkl , 19, Route 4 Box 323; Linda Jbann, Fred, II, 191S Shlrl *' L, Thomas c.. Elizabeth H., 47, both of KUP>lR a .pAULS, Edward J., US. 3118 E. McDowell; Clara, 54, 3530 LIOHt.AAllNCE, Stephen M., 21, m ™ ncir EA ""' AEY 1 jeme» R. jr.. Doris Anette, 20, both of r wiaK^ts • *r\ i '*VI*E asnE* MICA* 1*f Reai sue, 26, both of Scottsdale. PRICE-JONES, Ronald R., 22, 207 E^Hayward/^Christlna Alane, 23, A.. 22, Wili Dale, 21, vviuiams AFB; carmen R., 19, D, Albert H.. 22, san Diego; Evelyn Jill, 19, SELl;Mc|'ANN, Loyd G., 34, Flagstaff; Shirley Ann, 33, 1906 W. SILVEkf-SoNZALES, David L., 22; . Kathleen, J9. both of Mesa. SMITH-SMITH, Floyd, 42, 2020 W. SfMNSo'N 6 '. 1 ' A E W k iWl^F-F, George P., 71, 8245 N. 27th Ave.; fl ' 0an | l /|r n d, 26, lTeen. 22; , .N. 30th Drive; ElTeen. E.. «; lv. nrr*u\ £14 E. V/^DEtTOR l R a ^S D , n jOSe L., 56, 1127 E.^Mohave; Marcel la, 40, 1127 E. AN6 - CARR, Gordon L., 29,; Patricia, 24, 2025 'ER, Lester F. Jr., 3S, a; Wanda J., 26, Costa .' 26; Reida E., 27, both of Glendale. ALLEN-HAZEN, Oakley Michael, 23; Joyce Kathryn, 20, both of Tempe. ALEXANDER-FLYNT, Larry J., 26, 6118 N 36th St.; Kay Karol, 22 3319 N. 24th Place. ARMBOY-PABLO, Jimmie, 22, 510 N. Sixth St.; Alverna C., 21, 510 N. Sixth St. BETANCOURT-POMPA, Pedro Jose, 34, 1614 E. Mohave; Arsenla R., 31, 1614 E. Mohave. BRUSAT-KENNEDY, Thomas G., 36, 4001 N. 22nd Ave.; Marcia Mae, 30, 4001 N. 22nd Ave. CAMP-KOHLER, Philip Dee, 18, Tempe; Terryl Jean, 18, Scottsdale. CATES-BURNEY, David Henry, 22, Luke AFB; Catherine Ann, 22, 770 E. Portland. CHAPLINE-CHRISTY. Louis Edward, 29; Francllle Geneva, 29, Glendale. CULLEN-YANKO, Bernard, 21, 8550 N. 30th Drive; Oelores, 19, 8550 N. 30th Drive. DUNN-AKINA, Wayne Aaron, 21; Loretta Kuualoha, 24, both of Chi- EVRARD-EVERY, Wilbur Gordon, 43, 931 E. Devonshire; Verna Joyce, 40, 3534 W. Puaet. FAVELA-FAMBROUGH, Richard E., 22, 1902 E. Portland; Clair A., 20, Yuma. FERNANDEZ-VALENZUELA, Sam P., 23; Mary Ann, 19, both of FOSTE'ltwEISS, William Fred, legal age, 150 E. Virginia; Judith A., legal age, 2903 E. Indian FROSTTBRANDOW, W. Jack, 21. , 26, Tempe; Sharon Leigh, 25, 1734 W. Devonshire. HAYWOOO-NELSON, Joy, 43, 9022 N. Eighth St.; Mary E., 32, 9022 N. Eighth St. HOY-MfLLS, 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. KING-RICKLICK, Jack Dean, 31, 6729 N. 16th St.; Julie Rae, 24, 4069 E. Campbell. LEE-ZEIDER, Donald Thomas, 20, 421 E. Garfield; Elizabeth Rose, 20, 421 E. Garfield. LUTHER-WORRALL, O. Paul, 80, Sun City; Ruth Wanda, 68, San Juan, Calif. LYLE-WALLACE, Exo Lanier, 22, Williams AFB; Clara M., 24, 1758 E. Chambers. NOORE-BOASE, Kenneth Calvin, 44, «., 47. NAKAMURA-KIMURA, Satoshl, 24, 3309 E. Baseline; Carolyn Y., 22, Glendale. PATTERSON-SHOWMAN, John R., PRICE-KEMPTON, Lorin Jerome, 22; Carol Ann, 18, both of Mesa. RICE-SCHOYCK, George Garner, 69, Glendale; Helen V., 80, 3643 W. SAUE n R-HARRIS, Gordon Lee, 25, 7101 N. 36th Ave.; Teena Elizabeth, 22, 3845 N. Fourth St. SMOOT-McGUIRE, John J., 46, Tempe; Nancy F., 37, Mesa. TASH-TASH, Dennis, 27, 3021 W. Turney; Billie Joyce 30, 3021 W. Turney. ADAMS-COOK, Gerald Wayne, 23; Brenda Jan, 20, both of Apache BpONVTHORNTON, Thomas Wayne il; Ch r.-i-20 ( .»32,J...San,Mifluel; Cheryl a'rd K., 24; •«»*;Tffifc 40, 3005 W. Camelback; Maxine Rose, 44, 3201 W Garfield • CLARK-WALTON;- Jesse James, 24, 2925 . N -J,* th ,?'••• Susan Bonnie, 20, CUNNIN(3^A'M S . t HOPPERTON, Larry Teanj 19, Durango, Colo.; Beverly •E'RR-FLYNN', Harold Robert James, 24, 5226 N. 22nd Ave.; Jacqueline Marie, 2), 5210 N. 22nd ""'HTT.MADOiN,_. Thomas .Ed- M?R 1941 iRD-SHUMAN, Ji »sa; Sally Ann, 16, .EY.SREEN, ciiff . Fourth Ave.; Be ion. erry Dale, ., Gilbert. Jfford E., 67, . 'Sheridan.-- BM5ie U 57 ' /S-BROWN, Joseph Levy, 19, irage; Pamela Sue, 17, Cash- p ^HKn SSlrlS •4l^^flft. H ^W> kS!.., A ,T?. eles; S herr * A"". *»! YN, Edward atty Jo, 21, both of Ramlro, ' •nlro, 30, Linda, 23, Albert W., ., w! •ARMjiS-ROpRIQUEI, Albert 21, AvondaTe; Trma, 17, 1083} •^lu-lROWN, George M., 46, Ejmhuril, III.; Irene, 45, Lot An- ift&BELCHER, Gary Alan, 20, 47S1 NT 51st Ave.; Linda, 20, 2125 31; Marriage Licenses Brt DasXLu wiiiiam 22, Tucson; Donna Elaine, N. Third Ave. -Romero, Eddie B.. 18, Pau " n * C " 1306 W. . DeMEY-RAMBALDO, Fred W., 21; Yeianda, 24, both of 3531 w. sa- rWWim, James F., 23; ^Ll^T^AV'Ba^l'r-L., 34, Mesa; Janice M., 23, 3010 N. 34th 6AR a ,HOYOZ, David C., 18, 3710 W Roosevelt; carmen, 18, GLOVER-ANiALONE, Gordon G., 33, 3702 W. Cactus Wren Drive; Donna J., 22, 3702 W. cactus Wren OONZALES-SIQUEIROS. Hector V., 18, 4201 W. Portland; Marietta R., 18, 3607 W. Palo Verde. GORE-WISEMAND, David Russei, 30, £546 E. Avalon; Emily Jean, _ 30, 4620 E. Southern. 6REIFE-WESTON, Edward E., 37, 2202 E...Ropseveit£. Kathleen Rose- 2202 E. Roosevelt; Kathleei SR m E a i Vr iL 3 E'AP i . < gR E |iN f E^ eV G e eo-,. thur, 24, 3315 E. Garfield; HA M Ll r .'K e L^EtlKlvl? IUm K bl e S h >•« Ar- Sherl . Kenneth vvariic, tv, ot IJ W. .wrn AVe.7 PuWte'jM'N^^I^nd, H^M^rSlfn JOHNSTON-WEATHERHEAD, Ernest D. Ill, 27, 915 N. 22nd Place; Janet Elizabeth, 19, 838 E. Monte JONEicONWAY, Lowell Byrl, 27; Mary Elizabeth, 27, both of Flag- JOYCE-CONE. Robert F., 22, Luke AFB; Kathleen Joan, 20, 9107 N. KE'NT-B£NSBURG, Thomas J., 23, !?5o.W. Bethany Home; Susan L., AWTON-HINTON, Gregory, 22, S716 . W. Monterosa; Phyllis, 20, Peoria. LetPERANCE-SCHWAKbPF, Stephen Gary, 18, Ft. Sill, Okla.; Margaret Elsie, 17, 315 W. Minne- LINDROS-KESTER, Roger W., 26, 1411IN. 33rd St.; Ann H., 25, 1400 Thomas. • 1N J!?'rJ STe *j?' &*:!'". Mtm > 340»^J Culver lv; Ruth Ann ' "' lOYA-RAMOS, 'Adam, 30, 1091 S. Nth St.; Susana, 27, 10yl S. 16th NELSON-PETTY, Philip V., 22, _ Mesa; Suzanne Marie, 21, Mesa. OSWALD-BUTLER, Stephen E., 25, 1533 W. Missouri; Janet, 18, 3332 "ist Roma. Jerry Mack, -, o ynn, empe; Frances Lenora, 60, 28 ENLEY,. otho Lynn, 60, 281J RAMfR^EZ^OJO, .Jlla^S., 38, Peo- 1149 \tJ M"' lltilwr i-aiiici ivii t *W» 1518 REICHLEY. e cURR'EN, Barry, 22, 3308 W. Edgemont; Peggy, 31, 3301 W. Edgemont. TER-BYERS, Joseph, 46, 5326 N. E-KIDD, Ronald E. Martha J - , 2, Forbes AFB, Kan.; Janice Pamela, 18, 1816 E. Roeser. ZIMMERMAN-LAWWILL, Burl Ray. 20, San Diego; Linda Ann, 19, 65 Canterbury Court MCCRACKEN-LARREMORE, Mi- -, - chael V., 22, 3335 W. College Drive; Betty J.,. 21, 2828 W. Roma. McGILVRAY-UTTER, Donald Alexander, 33, Scotttsdale; Patricia Kay, 22, 1805 Clarendon. OTHIC-WRIGHT, Joseph W., 20; Tom L., 18, both of Tempe. PACE-FIX, Gordon C., 20, 3025 N. 3_4th Place; Janice Lynn, 19, PERALTA-MARQUEZ, Abedon, 20, 601 W. Jones; Lucinda, 16, Laveen. , Jr., 31; Sharry Diane, 2), both t PRICE-HAMILTON, Jeff W., 27, 1814 E. Hidalgo; Lera, 27, 1814 E. PRUEWtHOMPSON, Donald E., 24, 1522 W. Willetta; Terr Lynn, 18, Glendale. RAMIERZ-GANO, Mike, 21. 1440 E. Wood; Ruth, 24, 1440 E. Wood. REED-CpSTELLO, Jerome W., 33, 6110 N. Seventh St., Apt. 13; Joanne Carol, 30, 1412 E. Fillmore. R f,? ls ?9 ER -2l3 0 2 LF 1, 4431 . SAAVEDRA-MILLER, Eloy, 21, Los Angeles; Marna E., 20, Yuma. SAWYER-ULMAN, Charles Byron, 24, Camp Pendleton, 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. Chioman; Melissa, 18, 1810 W. Chipman. WEICHENS-FOGLESONG, Donald Eugene, 23; Jerene Claudia, 22, both of Tempe. YOUNG-FARMER, Robert Alan, 24, Williams AFB; Penny Ann, 19, Scottsdale. YOUNG-KIDWELL, Robert L., 26, 1733 E. Garfield; Karen M., 22, 744 E. Portland. ANDREWS-SWAFFORD, Robert H., jjp^Betty J., 33, both of Anaheim! BENAVIDES-DEL RIO, Henry, 27, 1230 IS. 17th St.; Shirley, 24, 1729 BICkNeLL-PIGG, Kenneth S., Un sn e •hft, Larry Lynn, " J * Cqut Sue/ 25 ' A P ach » Juncon BROWN "'MACINNIS, Lonnle Eu- * — R., "•" ^* »iwiiiv «i9it>f wlndd —n, 25» 4220 E. Almerla. 'vf&S^SStf 'Pa C ftV arl 20, V2 e o e 2 Earl, Scotts- 31, 524 W. I W. Coolidge. COPPOC-BAUMANN, „ 20; Susan L., 19, both Cqlp e ER—CHAMPNEY, Lonnle Bruce, 18, 3019 N. 55th Drive; Wilfred H., 17, 3019 N. SStn ', James W Eil '' ert, 26, 2 Joyce ID, Charles Rob- Highland; Kris iVT 01' iSS? cw .-., "iBhland; Kris AIZO'LA, Jesus, 18, •I; Zenaida, 17, Cashi -- — »-• , ,^r-,, BiviiBiMHf ft / wnari* 6REEN-CLAPPER, William, 48, 2134 W. Adams; Marlorie Marie! Daniel Steven, 20, *' Debr * Lee/ 19 ' Jean, 22/8112 N. 28thAve HEIMERf PLEENOR," cShnie Ml- che|, a 21; Linda Lee, 20, both of JACKSON-CHAMBERS, Moody III, LAMB—WINGFIELD/ Charles 28 2«0 E. Portland;' Ritai W , 20,' 2620 E. Port and. MEDLYN-LANDESS, Kraig M., 18; Barbara Gail, 18, both of Glendale. MENA—MODRID, Ramon, 44, 1606 E Sunland; Aurora, 34, 1606 E. Sum Births RANACHiLLI, Anthony and Maria, 7 '' 6lend8le ' twln 3ESBl4d& ftew 4m S»& n y,'£f«T "» N " S«ffi r ^^ v ' 4333 w< iA,i J i° cHDN ?,-, L J N ?0'-N HOSPITAL MILLER, Richard and Ann, 3117 w. _ Sweetwater, boy, March 25. FERRARA, Joseph and Betty, 6240 , N>14th Place, boy, March 26. TAYLOR, G. Evan and ' LAy!DO|? (r 'j&,n b0 , V nd M ^ •&l«£lf&P •vA^i'Z'A' r "?^w' wvr* warLM <Q. TAV« s OR,^,. E va o n ( a A nd rc J h ane,, 3328 - --"Patricia, 1314 i MB i a?fi'x'jv * —v " v/ v"\t Mflrch 28. lOBINSpN,.Thomas and Judy, 9107 „ N. 13th St., glrF, March 28. WRIOMfT, Curtis and Patricia, 2)30 W. Palmalre, boy, March 29. _ . , , . FOSTER, Norman and Barbara, 8833 N. Fourth Ava., girl, March ^* UMJH6RAN HOSPITAL E, Gar/ K. and Orvflaan M., 653 j. prew, Apt. B, Mau, Olrl, April . OAY, John and Peggy L., 425 E. Mckeirips, SP. sifr'Meia, boy, ; «Ji u •,.,_., a Rirth* IARYVALE HOSPITAL Robert and Claire, Public Hospital, Parker, girl,{"Edward and Charlean, 3712 ^W-Marleopa, boy. March 22. O'HARA, Gary and Gwendolyn, 7752 „ yi.weldon.gtri, March 22. HASSELL, Richard and Msrv, 3931 ,.W. Claremont, girl. March 23. CLUNE, James and Mary, 9420 W. Van Buren, Tolleson, Ariz., boy, . EV R DE Robert and Wllma, 2302 W. FL^TCm 1 '*^^ llma, rch 24. nd at — — Jerry and Patsy, 836 Los Alamos Drive, boy, March 24. HUGHES, Russell and Shirley, 2737 . W. Devonshire, boy, March 24. LaDUE, Jerry and .Lynda, 3820 W. and Christef, 8602 . Hazelwood, Scottsdale, girl, March BRAND, Karl and Carol, 1549 W. St., Tempe, boy, March 23. E, .George and Georgene, E. Windsor, Scotfsdale, boy, Charles and Renae, 1013 23. 353 E. .Amelia, No. 3, girl, March 23. .JOBSEN, John and Judith, 353 . Thomas, "No. C304, boy, March 23. ETERSON, Marlln and. Carolyn, 3102 N. 81st Place, Seotfsdale, CARTEL, Roger and Jacqu .3526 E. Polk St., boy. March HELTON, Garlan and Chris, Dromedary Drive, Tempe, _. . ...: and Edith, 1934 _. _. Parque Drive, Tempe, airl, WEDGE, Douglas and Barbara, 6125 E.. Indian .School, No. 284, Scotts- id' Blllie Jo, 4940 Circle No. C, Tempe, boy, March VoOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL BONNY, Dennls fC and Marilee, <8M 45>7 E. Belleview, boy. BOYCE, John and Maureen, 5430 W, BRAZELToV, 9l Danlel and Beverly, 4131 E. Van Buren, qirl. CLAIBORNE, .Roger .and .Cecilia, Patricia FITZSIMONS, James and Mary Ellen, 425 E. Flllmore, Tempe, boy. JACKSON, Richard .and .Marilee, McNABB,'Alvln'^nd^'Judy Ann, 551 N. 27th DrlvM ' a9 .{ rh '-j 0 ARTHUR, Evan* r and Carol, M27 N. BARNHART, 9 Carl and Judith, 40J4 W. Burgess Ave., boy. FOWLER, Wayne and Louisa, MM S. Seventh St., boy. LOPEZ, Filiberto and Linda, 11530 N. 79th Way, Peoria, boy. LUND, David and Ruth, 331S W. Sunnyslde, boy. HOELDT, John and Carol, 4121 N. 58th Place, oirl. MecoNNELL, .Terry .and .Joanna, 2417 E. Campbell, boy. PENA, Ignaclo and Sharon, 2741 W. Alice Ave., boy. PRICE, Kenneth and Prances, 3920 W. El Camlnlto, boy & girl twins. SANCHEZ, Pete and Paula, 4411 S. Eighth Place, boy. SANCHEZ, Steve and Rosle, 4253 W. Portland, boy. TENGE, James and Vickie Lynn, .. S. Granada, Tempt, girl. ArtmiVarMl Dora Ann, •»••.*"»• fc, i^nyiiiuiiu and Vir- ii 921 E. Flllmore, qirl. - .,.. E, Donald and Vivian, MJ7 N. 36th Ave., girl. JOHNSON, Thomas and Donna, 2142 W. Van Buren, girl. KOBEY, Monte and Charlotte, 3101 N. 60th St., boy. KWACZALA, .John and .Kathleen, March 22 —.-.——•-, Paul and Lenda Lea, i N. 64th Ave., Glendale, girl. OE, .Roger and Tahereh, »>?&£• Bellevfew, Scottsdale, boy. BROOKS, John and Sharon, 9401 W. Jane, 1418 E! Thomas, girl. NanCV S S°o U u[h H ernfo e ir?. nd PatrlCiS ' 324 ° E ' "~ Route 1, 19M E " 4I34 MANN, .W. E MASINI '^ya-ns-Brlve; 0 fc"Skl*™w'« MM'-lia,, Diane, 1314 E. Lou, 3229 icftle, Petronlla, tenneth and Peggy •= Granada Road, and Karen, 2811 K0& girl , Chester and Sylvia, ewls Ave " Scottsdale; '§%'!!&*» «" «»ry, T -'- T ' ^"Jft...?^ Kerran, 1950 2 ' 07 L °E GA Cu1ver 0 , h Ave, b Patrlcia "'5V9T'B"r 1 i',,».i owart ' and Margery, "Sfi^'a^Roy, 6767 March P.O. ,-* ™*<r wwttHiwiif l/Wf. ! i..^ ack ,., and Shirley, »OI May, 107 *Mh AT^y and NanCW 763 » «*...-.._.. --grae and Carol, 1707 and Sheri, 2217 E. om'a Merrill and Marilyn, 0,,N aT C±i b0 , y hd He,en, ^.^qj calle Del Norte, girl. DUNN, Edwin and Frances, 4222 E. Cambridge, boy. n ' 3029 E ' SINGER, 2401 W. 4 ' 01 Thomas^ and Callle Mae, boy. ^ . Peoria, boy. SULLIVAN, William D anne, 2388/J N. 12 Bernlce . , oy John and Emma, 8131 W. and 12th St , boy "pLIVtK, v ...., H , Earll Drive, boy. WILLIS, Ralph and Donna, 8518 N. 12th St., boy. jspltal 9.9 ag hang Ind ft,' David and Tcrrla, 202 E. \radlay and Josephine, San |lehn t and Sandra, 3236 W. '-.'G 0 ej>rJ3e and Nancy, 92* „ Manuel and Luclla, t. nwS.Ave., girl. ER, Larrle and Mary "?/,?133 f. Monroe, girl. _ lMl .and Ge Saratoga, Te erry empe, L rjj, n n and Lucy Elena, iV reh 8 » nd Laurie Lee, 1030 ,ahd Naisle, 364) W. Myrna, 4019 N. ' and Elizabeth Ann, 2033 Sue, jgj pliilVt, b '|oe Douglas and f . Lo"lse-.4225.N. 36°h St., g]r, , bov. jy and B'rV^'atd'-Ana, l« W. Loi SYN C . John Rebecca "nd "Chariot!* Ann, pWl'e. and, I . Cheryl Drive, airl. ill IP and Llla Ann, Ruth 3021 Ann, Births erov^»nd wment, BOX as, jni and Dolores, 5641 3th St., oirl. REZ, carmelo and Evanoeline, W-Xhambers, ofrl. <ER, Dennis and Brenda, 4302 ipSON,' Jolin and Donna, 412 NORfHWESY HOSPITAL t MANNEY, James and Darlene, 6711 N. 62nd Ave., Glendale, boy, Lupe, 9152 W. PENROD, Douglas L. and Loretta Z., 328 S. Lazona Drive, Mesa, qirl, March 31. TAYLOR, Robert and Bonnie, 1203 E. Bishop Ave., Tempe, girl, TA^ a LOR, 31 Robert E. and Eunice A., 255 North Cholia, Mesa, boy, March 31. BAILON, Larry and Karen, 109 E. Broadway, No. 35, Tempe, girl, APr sV.'JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL BLAKE, Mary and Russell, 5731 N. and Jack, 170» S. nd Te j n . l mes^438 W. GLU r Georgetta and John, 1319 Donat, 333 Ronald, <08 V Yolanda and Raul, 1712 , 3408 W. lan Blvd., girl. BUSH, Mary Ida™ and Carl, 721 E. CA T S U s r (V 6 Y', A S P h t ar 9 on b . V rid Michael, 2021 W. Georgia Ave., girl. FELIX, Diana and Manuel, 5001 W. . Maryland, Glendale, girl. JONES, Susan-Mae and^ Richard, 1540 W. Desert Cove Road, boy. MARTINEZ, Charlotte and Adolpho, 825 S. 30th Ave., Apt. C, boy. PEZZORELLO, Ton! and Francis, R. R. 1, Box 404, Chandler, boy. BELSHE, Erla and Michael, 7011 N. 68th Aye., Glendale, girl. BLANCHARD, Mary and John, 3901 E. Glenrosa, girl. BO6TH, Elizabeth and Thomas, Arizona, girl. BRAUN, Darlene and Crala, 4520 N. Second Ave., girl. CAMACHO, Rachel and Jesse, 9159 PARNSLEY, Barbara and Floyd, Star Route Box 390, Buckeye, girl.' HAMPSON, Martha and Harold, 8044 N, 55th Ave,, Glendale, boy. NEAL, Adelaide and James, 4709 N. Ninth St., girl. RUTH, Barbara and Terrence, 6128 Kohuana, Cave Creek, boy. Divorces Asked BLACKWELL, Carl Edward suet Betty Ruth. BLUST, George sues Carole J. CHEENEY, Darla Loreen sues Johnnie Lee (annulment). COOPERK, Dorothy sues Robert. COURTER, Patty Ann supes Donald Eugene. DENNIS, B.E. sues Esther Warren (annulment). EARL, Gloria M. sues Donald F. ELLER, Herman J. sues Esther V. FAULK1NBURY, Dorothy Edna sues Forest Lee. FIEDLER, F.A. sues Helen C. FITHENt Margaret Suzannt sues Doris D. sues Joy) D. Q.-S* -i. Jharon G. sues Donald R. HART, Nepma Sharp sues Lloyd D. JOHNSTON, Emma J. sues Jack R. JONES, Beverly Jo sues Peter > Harmon E. sues Helen A. Y, Nellie F. sues Lloyd E. . KURTZ, Josephine sues Roy. LOCKE, Barbara sues Raymond A. McCLURE, Jacquelyn F. sues B sues en Regis MCDONALD, James. MESECHER, Harold T. sues Joye PEDOTE, Mary Agnes sues John ... .. Howard B. sues Wanda L. REED, Christine sues Estey I. REETZ, Thomas W. sues Rosetta ROWE, Bonnie sues James Alan (separate maintenance). SIMMONS, LaVONA Sue sues Mar- SMITH, Anna Ruth sues Elden Brent. SNOW, Lorraine L. sues Jay C. SUPRIK, Daphna F. sues George Bernard. UEUNTEN, Margaret T. sues Henry VARKER, Lena Mae sues Bruce C. WELLS,. Rosalie Mae sues Dennis J. BEATTY, Margaret Jean tues Charles Vernon. CLARK, Raymond Sylvester sues Paulina Luna. CROWE. Eugene sues Barbara L. DICKEY, Myrtle Mae sues Vernon. FLIBBERT, John Patrick sues Beverly Elsa. GAYNES, Mona Ray sues Richard Bruce. HILL, Carol A. sues Larry C. HUMPHREY, Patricia L. sues Sam- HUNT, Suzanne sues John Gary. ING ALLS, George Mason sues Shirlev Jean. LUCE, George Nolan sues Emma Allene. McBRIDE, Mary Lucille sues Glenn McLANE, Charles Lee sues Virginia Doris. MONSON, Betty Lou sues Robert Walter. NAIC - NAIDAS, Mariano S. sues Mlroslava (annulment). NATIONS, Carol Sue sues Randle R. PETEK, Beverly Jane sues Frank. PETRAUSCHKE, Anna Marie sues Frank Jr. ROBBINS, Geraldine sues Harry Joseph SULLIVAN, Mary Patricia sues Charles E. WEEKLEY, Robert Francis sues Dolores Clara. Divorces Granted fIkk!5!,V, Ma . rv4l . H -, fro 'E Joseph A. SORENSON, Catherine H. from Paul STEWART, Jackie L. from James D. (annulment). THURMAN, Johnnie L. from Marl- VAJRN^R, Susan, K. from Donald L. WALLING. Jennie Ann from Salvedore Stephen. WHISLBR, Billie from Horace Wil- WORTHIEN, (CODER, ., W. from Trella M. Mary E!na from Alfred Ruth S. from Edward YODER, Harriett J. from William ZINGERMAN, Donna C. from Sher- ASHBY,' Barbara F. from Jerry R. BISHOP, Marvin from Kathrvn K. BRYSON, Donald F. from Darlene. CANDELAR A, Rosemary Elaine from Umelio Jose. CHAPMAN, Robert E. from Rosanna G. CHARLES, Betty Joan from Lester Dwaln. CLARK, David Lee from Mary CUNGMAN, Bobble D. from Juanl- DUPREE, Joy from Randall Dea. FABIE, Gregorle R. from Kaoru. FEGER, Audrey Afleen from Charles A. 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Advertisers who specify their weak- day advertisements be published In on y one, of the two dally papers, will receive a reduction of lOc per line from the l time line rate and Cheek your ad the first day It appears. In the event of an error. Phoenix Newspapers will not as- I"!"?-J:«eonsi6lirty._for more than one incarrect Insertion. ne. The Phoenix Newspapers, ine Reserves The Right To Edit, Pn ^v.SfflSl y c^. RtlKt To Place Your Want Ads DIAL 271-8711 Announcements Classes l thrautti H I—Meeting Notices Phoenix Commandery No. 3 K.T. Sir Knights 8, Praters. You are requested to attend Easter Church Serv- k:e at the First Christian Church, 6750 N. 7th Ave., Sunday, 12:15 p.m. Families and friends are invited. Robert L. Read. E.G. 4—Funeral __________ Announcements _ BATTIATO, Gabriel. A'rrangements pending. Lundberg Chapel of The Chimes. __ __^ __ BAXTER, Diane. Services today 2 e-m. Messinger Mortuary chapel, Scottsdale. Interment East Rest- BROWN, Merle~M. Services con- ducfed by Rev. J. Paul Downey 10:00 a.m. Monday In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore * Sons. Inter- Butte - Frlends may , AAaryi Chandler; — A7Jz. aughter of Mrs. Matilda Cain, Idabcl, Okla. Sister of Willie Broades, Idabel, Okla. Passed away Monday. Services and interment will be In Idabel, Okla. A.L. Moora m sons. __ GARDEN, C.M. Services 11 a.m. tc- ntf, h rlrst United Methodist Church, 5510 N. Central. Arrange- Grnhiw '* Bethany ., _^ . Bethany Home Rd. CARTER, Jack D. Services today 10 a.m. Messinger Mortuary Chapel, e^l nt .^ terment Green Acres. CASTRO, Robert F>ederick. 3407~E: Pierce. Husband of Jessie. Rosary rSH rE iITI A/i Sllnd , av0 ln .St. Mark's Church. Mass of Requiem 9 a.m. Monday in St. Mark's Church. Interment St. Francis. Friends may call at Whitney & Murphy from 12 _noon-6 J>.m._Sunday. COLBEiRT, Donald D." Services" cbrT- ducted by Pastor Harold P. Sch untz J, Masonic Funeral Committee 10:00 a.m. today In Memory Chapel, A.L. Moora A Sons. Interment Greenwood. _ CROOK, Eleanor M. Services 2 P.m. today, Chapel of the Roses, Larry J. Matcher Mortuary; Rev. Robert rf, TempMn, F rst Presbyterian Church, officiating. Burial Mt. View Memorial Gardens. MADY, Martha R. Survived by son, Arthur, Eugene, Oregon, Daughters, Miss Pear Eady, Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Kathleen DoByns Phoenix. Brother, Gideon, Me- Doweil, Texas. 9 erandchllo'ren. 8 great-grandchildren. Serv ces & Interment Frederick. Oklahoma. Ar- Augustine Miranda. Recitation of rosary 8 p.m. Sunday Mortensen Kings Funeral Chapel. Requiem mass 9 a.m. Monday Immaculate Heart Church. Mortensen Klnas Funeral Canter. GLORI6SO, tony/Services 2 p.m: today at the Sunnyslope Chapel of Hansen Mortuary, Rev. J. Douglas Gaslon officiating. Private Interment. ,an Buren. Passed away Thursday. Arrangements pending, A. L. Moore & Sons. ________ __ HAYES, Hpvt George. Services and interment at Toccoa, Ga. Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N. Macdonald St., Mesa. i ran. Mesa. Rex M. Anaell, Coun- c I lor, 26 Ward L.p.S. Church officiating. Interment at Mountain A^^^r-m^ WLfL 1 VLjSnUSff, 9702 last Apaehe^raU, Mesa, ton Dr. Survived by'Yons" George and William Dlxon, both of Phoe- nx, brother Walter J. Frey. Cincinnati, Ohio. Memorial services 9 a-fn- .Monday Grimshaw's Bloom Chapel, 3100 S. Central. In l~eu of material remembrances donations to the American Cancer Society are preferred. KQCjKo'SKr. Ruih M. Rosary 3 p.m. today Grimshaw'i Bethany Chanel, 710 W. Bethany Hcnie Rd. Re- lulem M.ass.9:36 a.m. Monday. St. r Catholic "' Ll MART . nerai blessing 9 a.m. today .- ^ , Lorenzo (Marro). Pu, m- .. , - eculate Heart Church. Burial St. rancfs. Unlverwl Memorial C«n- 4—Funeral MASTERS, Donald E. survived parents Mr. & Mrs. Robert. Masters, brothers Ronald,. I Dick and Dave, all of Seot*" arandmothen. Mrs. Bernie* art, facia, Kan., and Mrs. E ora Masters, Livingston, srviees 11 a.m. Monday Baptist Church of Scottsdale, p. Osborn. Rev. Ian chapmai ficiatina. interment Green Memorfal Gardens. Visltatk 4 and 7 to 9 today and : Arrangements., by. Green ortoaj Te: Mortuary, Scottsdale. MOOftHeAb. ftaymond C. 62, Cashion, Ariz. Husband of Rosiet Moorhead. Fether of Mrs. Alta Chanee, Clifford W., Jar.ies and Frank Moornead, Cashlon. Brother- of Mrs. Jane Burehett, Post, 7 Mrs. Mary Ruth Chllcoat, bock, Tex., Mrs, Nell Hugnes>. Mrs. Opal Chllcoat. Lum and Mll< ton Moorhead, Salinas, Calif.' Passed away Thursday. 14 granoV children, l great grandchild also survives. Services conducted b* , Rev. Johnny. Dlckerson 11:30 a.m. Mondayjn^Memory Chapel, A. L-. , Moor* A Sons. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call Sunday. MORALES, Antonio. Rosary 8 p.m. Sunday, Universal Memorial Cen- ' ter. Mass 8:30 a.m. Monday, Our Lady of Perpetual Help catholic Church, Glendale. Burial Glendal«">Resthaven. " > MORR"FS7~Leslle Orls. Services («•« day 10 a.m. M. L. Gibbons Mortu* » ary Garden Chapel, 33 N. Slrrine, Mesa. Rev. George P. Psaute, Mesa Church of the Nazarine offl- ' eating, interment Mountain View Memorial Garden. MOHTSFT, ~Ciara AmellaTTerVfce's conducted by Rev. Layfon N. Jackson 3:00 p.m. Monday In Cha» , pel of Memories, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call from noon Sunday. FETERS6N, Walter S. Services 'it.,-.', a.m. today at the Sunnyslope Chapel of Hansen Mortuary, Pastor Richard Harrig officiating.' Private cremation. POWER, Carl R. Survived by wife,; Frances M., Phoenix. Son, James B. Daughter. Mrs. Frank Johnson, both Scottsdale. Sister, Mrs. Phyllis Richards, Montgomery, Ala. 5 grandchildren. Services Monday 3 p.m., Valley Presbyterian Church. Rev. Herbert P. Landes officiating. Entombment Greenwood. Friends may call at Messinier Mortuary, Scottsdale 7 to 9 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. reeETtTRaTpfTMrSurvlved by wife Naomi, Phoenix. Sister M!s* f . Grace Reger, Lorentz. W. Va.,, niece Miss Ruby Reger. Buckhannon, W. Va., newphew James Currey of Shinnston, W. Va. Services and Interment will be In Shinnston, W. Va. Friends may calf at Mercer Mortuary from 6 until 9 p.m. today. S"A~R~R~E~CSj"Lon L. Services eonduct- ed by Chaplain Joseph A. Stalzer 9:00 a.m. today In Chapel of Memories, A. L. Moore ft Sons. Military honors at Greenwood. ^ SHEAHARTT^anece. Service 2 p.m. Monday, West Glendale Baptist Church. Burial Greenwood Memo-" rlaLJJnlversai Memorial Center. SIMS, AlBJBrt K. Graveside services 10 a.m. Monday at Mesa Cemetery. Friends may call at Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N, Macdonald St., Mesa 6-9 p.m. Sunday. SMAW," Vance ~A7~~Survlvea by daughters Mrs. Lynn Skalbeck, Portland, Ore., Mrs. Van Alice Harrell, Mesa; son, Rockne B., Tempe; mother, Mrs. Ludle Mae Smaw, Novato, Calif.; sisters, Frances, Novato, Calif., and Louise Hansen, Fort Dodge, Iowa; brothers, Frank, Novato, Calif.r and Paul, Mead, Colo.: also seven- grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted by Rev. Thomas Hever. n a.m. Monday at St. Francis. Arrangements by Mercer Mortuary. R, Joe F. Services today 10 a.m., Lundberg's Sunlind Chapel. " fA'DAflO, Frank. Arrangements pending. Lundber* Chap*) Of the Chimes. YR'EVlZo, 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 Ceme-. tery. ' tUCKER, Ceva L. Services 10 a.m. today, Christ Church of Ascension, 4015 E. Lincoln Dr. Entombment Greenwood. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, director. _ VANClL, Emma. Services conducted by Dr. L. Doward McBaln, 3:30 p.m. Wednesday in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call _frpm_3 p.m. Tuesday. VAZROOSKOVA,"~AnezKa: Rosary Monday 8 p.m. Messinier Mortuary Chapel, Scottsdale, Mass Tuesday 10 a.m. Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Friends may call -gLmortuary Sunday afternoon. .-..*. WALKERTfcaymond F., 50, Los An- seles, Calif. Husband of Lottie Walker. 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 Casa Blanea Presbvte* • rian Church. Interment Casa Blanea Cemetery. A. L. Moor* * Sons. WEST, Patricia Ann. Services 16 a.m. today, Lundberg Chip*) of The Chimes. Interment Resthaven. .., WHlLTAlfs, Lillian. Arrangement*! { , emeriti/, rluary, pending ' Messinger"" Mortuary", Scottsdale. ' WHITE, David Kenneth. Age 2»& 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 Jensen and Ruth Jensen; great-great-grandson of Mary Bur- ' ley. Services 10:30 a.m. Monday 1 '"in the Arizona Funeral Home • Chapel. Interment Memory Lawn.- Henry T. Forman, Director. Visitation 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday. WlGSTWs, Alfred C. Survived By'" son, Donald C.; daughters, Mrs. Jesse Farmer, Mrs. Vernon Smith; one sister; 4 grandchildren, 2 great-grandchildren. Services and Interment, Port Arthur, Tex. Paradise Chapel Funeral _Hom_e. Ralph L. Sage, Director. WISHART, Dorothy L. Survived by husband Charles. Phoenix, son Grover, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., daughters, Mrs. Barbara Davenport, Verashire, Vt. Shirley Osgood, Postenklll, N.Y., Mrs. Margaret Whffney, Melrose, N.Y., and Mlss j Patty Wisharf of Phoenix, 6 grandchildren also survive, services today 1 p.m. Bellevue Baptist Church, 2037 E. Desert Lane. In- ferment East Resthaven Park. Arrangements by Grimshaw's Bloom _ Chapel, 3800. S._Centra[. i—-Funeral Directors FORMAN'S ARIZ. FUNERAL HOF 376 N. 3rd Ave. AL 3-2332 MERCER MORTUARY THOMAS RD AT 16TH ST. Phone.264-4473 Private Parklnc SUNSET CHAPEL 301 W. CAMELBACK J77-2603 A. L. MOORE & SONS SERVICES TODAY SARRELS, Lon COLBERT, Donald 9:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. JDAMS ATJOURTH AVENUE TEMPE MORTUARY *S -E-_Sputhern L Tempe 967-1643 Charles R. Whitney 939-9473 BRAZILL-WHITNEY 10— F!orisli__ DONOFRIOlLORAL C( Finest Flowers Slnee 190f 1 3— In Memoriam IN LOVING MEMORY Grlmthaw Mortuaries tN lovin 19— Cemetery Uti a larvlcat TWO , burial spaces. Green Cemetery. Below cosf. 9»2-?669. , JASJ 5Esf HAVEN cWir Acres' w FEMALE Slam«se7~ViclWy — ?6?h Street/MacDonaTd* SeottsdSe^ c|C w w »n Ah Foe' . yORSE7~yicini»v Reward. PlVass c §

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