Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 62
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Phoenix, Arizona
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®0 reWrtt, §•*.., April I, [Wiretapping charge filed i A Phoenix private detective jiHte free tin $1,650 bond yes- fterday after being jailed on a Van-ant accusing him of listening illegally to his ex* wife's private conversations. the detective, Merle Melvin Garges, 42, of Confidential Jervices, Inc., 132 S. Central, lives at 3124 N. Seventh Ave. tit was charged in the court of Justice of the Peace Marion Reno with illegal wiretapping or eavesdropping. police detective Lew Ab- sner said checks of the home of Oarge's ex-wife, Deanne Paughn, 41, 846 W, Whitton, turned up a microphone and avtiny 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- 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. 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. .Legal Advertisng SUMMONS ..«•«au r call iinniitt J, It" OF THE STATE Of to trw abovt named De- ilct» the' • written i "W8B5 !» In after the service on you .of Us summons, if terved.withlath*. days). You ara, u ~ you .so file a , written i, the plaintiff wil . any money .or dam- in the complaint. ages demanded in the complaint, as isina upon contract, or .will apply to the court for any ether relief demanded Injha complaint. You mav seek the advice of an attorney on any matter connected with the complaint or this summons. Such attorney should be consulted within the time limit stated In this summons for filing a written pleading to the complaint. DONAHUE, iwt: Deputy Clerk April 5, 12, 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 3D", two smaller, directions ipr cover. Send 50 cents in coin for thii pattern: add 15 cents for each pattern for first- class mailing and special handling. Address Alice Brooks, The Arizona Republic, Needkcraft Department, Box Ifi3, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip code, pattern number and Send 90 cents for new 1969 Spring-Summer catalog with 10Q designs, 3 free patterns. 1 New "80 Instant Gifts" of fabulous fashions, toys and decorator accessories you OM mito today, live tornor- row. Send » cents. I V. Irrigation - , i»n<» wm-«HOS (rROrilBl 24 hrs. ended 7 a.m. April capacity, acre-feet, Available storage, acre-feet, 24-hr, discharge, acre-feet. 1,4 Reservoir loss, acre-feet, 1,2 SALT RIVER PROJtCt Nermai Flew Parted Na. 12 Prom 12:01 a.m. Mar. 30 to 11:» p.m. April 6 for use on_ lend in cultivation in er before 1909. Short variations In rivers entitle lands in cultivation in or before the fellow- Ing veers to a portion of full period •^7^ a 4^*cV.fe s:190M71A% ROOSEVELT LAKE Capacity, acre feet 1481,580 Storage, acre feet 1,244,291 Maximum elevation 2,136 Present elevation 2,128 APACHE LAKE Capacity, acre feet. Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation CANYON LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation SAOUARO LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation HORSESHOE LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation BARTLETT LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storege, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevetion 57.152 54,100 131,231 2,013 TOTAL STORED WATER ;ota| stored, acre feet 1451,542 'el stored a veer ego 2,034,162 Tot Tot Marriage Licenses OVERTON-POOLE, Charles S., 30, Scottsdale; Carol L. 29, Tempe. ROBINSON-BUTLER. Richard Irving, 34 4220 N. 12th St.; Dirlene 'n?z, 20, 524 N, 46th St. .. . _ SAMtfi^r sU A., 4526 N. 15th Ave.; Mary C., 11, 6516 W. Mulberry Drive. SAMBRANO-OCHOA, Henry T., 630 W. Chipman; Mollle, 38, 2736 E. SHIMER n -FAZEKAf, Ralph Hayman, n, 19, La- l, 21, , . Indlanola; VA J 8 in sfc S K 8 ft-p5{T S T e iNr"j e ohn Andrew,. 23, ) |2« M E. E Thomas; Debo- EZ- •PILES. John Morales, 23, .. 10th St.; Laurel BurlTn- game, 21, Wickenburg. WESOLOWSKI-HENRY, Allan J., 21, 707 N. Third St.; Barbara J., 17, WOOLSEY-ZISCH'KAU, Kan carrett, 33, 4429 W. Avalon Drive; Aide 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; Arlinda LaVonne, 23, both of Tempe. AMES-HANSEL, Larry A., 22, Tempe; Ann, 21, 4320 E. Me~ KEROTOUNG, Charles D., 22, !«. W. Berrdige Lane; Deborah, wood. IOLEN-BAKER, Paul Ingr^ Dessie Evely, 34, both of Las Ve- ul. Ingram, 21; I^UROOIN BOURGOIN-LAKIN, John E., 23; Susan L., 23, both of Tempe. •QWER-GARbNlR, Robert _ P., 19, $0- 17" W HazeiS ' CADENA'-CHAVEZT'Arturo, corro, 20, both of Tolleson. CARL-SCHBMEL, Michael .Lenny, 33, Tempe; Betty Lucille, 22, Bay CARR'-TORfilEY, William W., 27, 1333 W. Woodland; Dorothy Lynn, DA^li'feABLE, William C., 19; Lin- D d- A Rae,18, -----Glen ' gal age; 1045"W." Washihg'tohT'Mil- dred H., legal age, 2145 W. Monroe. /IS-OABLE, William C., 19; Lln- i Rae, 18, both of Glendaie. .ANCE-HOLLAND, .George, 28, lendale; Audrey, 31, Tempe. OY-FIP'E..Archibald Douglas, le- rinted 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, U, 16. Size 12 (bust 34) require! 2% yards 35-inch fabric. Send 65 cents in coin lor this pattern; add 15 cent* 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 $1. Marriae Ei . JW. Indian School. PLOERCHIWIR-HARNESS, . LOUIS Wayne, 21, 725 E. carol; Sandra Lee, 17, 72$ E. carol. OONZALES-SOTO, Santiago E., 27; Elodia B., 18, both of Buckeye, •INOT-BUCKNER, Dennis John, 25, SJ14 N. 40th St.; Kathleen Sue, 24, Tempe. HANNA-HINCH, Peter G., 27. Glendale; Vivian M. 19, 6525 N. 41 St Drive. HICKS-QUAYLE, Donald W.. 33, 5023 N. 18th St.; Teresa, 22, 713 W. McDowell. HIVINS-CADLE, Jess L., 22, 8226 N. 10th St.; Yvonne, 18, 1038 E. Las Paimaritas. HORST-BOTILLER, Theodora P., 47, ^^:«e e r r n n / LOUl " M -' 42 ' HOYT-ttjAYjColeman D... 22» Nlkkl H»Mll| e ™,,Hu fl en., 19, .Route. 4.BOX 323; Linda Joann, . Fred, 18, 19U Shlriee Javna, 19, c.. J< E HN C.- KO^B'EL, 54; Eliza! KumiR a -P*AULS, Edward J., 55. ?.V«_E- .McDowell; Clara, 54, 3536 21, WLL, Thoma I H., 47, bO LIGhf'sHAUNCE, Stephen 4225 E. Camelback; Nancy triene, LoWREY-cHAN ; il''y! >a JamH R. Jr., 23; Doris Anetfe, 20, both of WA^NVNO-HORNE, James G., Jr., jro.yfciA? G., 22, 3307 E. Sells Drive; Pat Eve Rea sue, 26, both of Scottsdale. PRICE-JONES, Roneld R.. 22, 207 ^Hayward; Christina Alan*, 23, A., M, Wll- 18 Dale, 21, VjIMams AFB7'Carmen 0i R., Pa i9! -LAND, Steve ler; Lunda Ruth, ORB, Albert H., -velvn Jill, 19, E"LF-M"ceANN, Loyd G., 34, Flagstaff; Shirley Ann, 33, 1906 W. Palm Lane. SILVER£GONZALES, David L., 221 sMm<y(RW | ^ | ^ t ioyd:j42f a 2o» w. George P., 71, 8245 N 27th Ave ; STloW'"^NA'Mf an Dfe, 26, ISM N 'MiR"^^. 1 "'' E ' een> "' N4 .E. Thomas; Rosemary,' ll! VALDEZ^TORWis 0 , Jose L., 58, 1127 E^Mohave; Marcella, 40, 1127 E. w W^^^.^a o , nJ v,"2o i s $$*9™ t *to»ti!n.We<£ WirKft'iCK^iSI-NWlNE, . Charles ...— „ w , lllanil ' AFB , Ro J,. *"/$*,. Richard O.. 37; N.-24,P,c-e.-- ARMBOY-PABLO, Jlmmle, 22, 510 N. Sixth St.; Alverna C., 21, 510 N. Sixth St. BETANCOURT-POMPA, Pedro Jose, 34, 1614 E. AAohave; Arsenia 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, Scotts- CATES-BURNEY, David Henry, 22, Luke AFB; Catherine Ann, 22^ 770 CHA'PL°IN!"CHRISTY, Louis Edward, 29; Francille Geneva, 2», Glendaie. CULLEN-YANKO, Bernard, 21, 8550 N. 30th Drive; Delores, 19, 8550 N. DUNN-AIUNA, Wayne Aaron, 21; Loretta Kuualoha, 24, both of Chi- Eyf&°RO-EVERY, Wilbur Cordon, 43, 931 E. Devonshire; Verna IH, Richard E., 22, 1902 E. Portland; Clair A., 20, FERNANDEZ-VALENZUELA, Sam P., 23; Mary Ann, 19, both of POsfi&WEISS, William Fred, legal age, 150 E. Virginia; Judith A., legal age, 2903 E. Indian MOWBRANDOW, W. Jack, SI, San Diego; 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 . N. Eighth St. HOY-MILLS, David Thomas, 20; liam Sr., 74, 4702 N. 10th St.; Pauline Roxanne, 53, 3329 W. KINoVlCKLICK, Jack Dean, 31, 6729 N. 16th St.; Julie Rae, 24, 4069 E. Campbell. LEE-ZEIDER, Donald Thomas, 20, 421 E Garfleld; Elizabeth Rose 20, 421 E. Garf e d. LUfHER-WORRALL, O. Paul, 80, Sun City; Ruth Wanda, 68, San Juan, Calif. LYLE-WALLACE, Exo Lanler, 22, Williams AFB; Clara M., 24, 175< E. Chambers. OORE-BOASE, Kenneth Calvin, 44, NAKAMURA-KIMURA, Satoshl, 24, 3309 fe. Baseline; Carolyn Y., 22, P ?T T "ERSON.SHOWMAN, John R., .M M J . e s. omt ' RICE-SCHOYCK, George Garner, 69, Glendaie; Helen V., 10, 3643 W. Glenn Drive. ' SAUER-HARRIS, Gordon Lee, 25, 7101 N. 36th Ave.; Teena Elzabeth, 22, 3845 N. Fourth St. SMOOT-McGUIRE, John J., 44, _ Tempe; Nancy F., 37, Mesa. TASH-TASH, Dennis, 27, 3021 W. Turney; Billie Joyce 30, 3021 W. Turney. DAMS-COOK, Geral B rend a Jan, 20, both of Apache Gerald Wayne, 23; «rd K., 24; '/.'tJ* Tempe. -NYE, Thomas Dane, amelback; Maxine . Garfleld. , Jesse James, 24, ; Susan Bonnie, 20, PERTON, Larry -, arry . 19, Durango, Colo.; Beverly '' Harold R ft FREEMAN-loy/fN, Allltpn E., la- fit' ff°V'l asf 7 b 4 eV w n feldg$ Vr •^* M fr F wssK te "WWto . ., , 1940 E. Sheridan. HILLIPS-BROWN, Joseph Levy, 19, El Mirage; Pamela Sue, 17, Cash- Daniel Ken- Drive; Bar- Madison. David, 23, Peggl.^rga- Los.. Angeles; Seventh . Terry Lt. herry Ann, . ... Terry Lee, 22, Tf, |2 iin 2918..N i .47th:Brrv 1 ' e 2l7 6767" K COLLINS, jeles; Sn Sf|Etf.¥L'ilOTT, Charley Ernest, 'Itdfeffe'j f -B? ? "^ c 4&Cch e ;r!.;T,,t '7VY A "' P ' lneli J" .PafARSALL, Willie, a, ale; Palsv Ruth, 39, Peoria. E-PARlsH, Dennis Patrick, W. Bloomfleld; Janet L., N. 32nd Drive. •LOP1NSKY (JOHNSON), lore .Robert Jr., 19; KatWan 1h.of Temp*. IP, Troy, Burton, if, ithleen Ann, arlposa; Susan El- tlm. KQER, Joe Al- ;GI,nd.r 0r ' Ve; C " hy iM Rif, Ramlro, 30, ,;entraT; Mary Linda, 23, rhlrd St. ^.RbpRlOUEX, Albert W., (vondale; Trma, 17, 10833 W. fc'R-BROWN, George M., 46, hurst, III.; Irene, 45, Los An- CHER, Gary Alan, 20, 51st Ave.; Linda, 20, 2125 UiS, Tlmoteo c, Ave./ ierthe, if, Marriage Ticenses CLEMMtHS-HANEY, Will It m Bruce, 22, Tucson; Donna Elaine, 20, 703? N. Third Ave. BaSALLA-Rcmero, Eddie B., 18, 1621 £ Marleoea; Pauline C., DAVIES-RIGOS, m Thomas Scott, 19, 1529 W. Whltton; Christine, 19, _ i f pr^d W 21" Yolahda, 24, "both of 3531 W.' Sar&li£ ^eOiiEtTE, James F., 23; _ Linda, 20,"both of Chandler. FOLLETT-bEAN, Darrell L., 34, Mesa; Janice M., 23, 3010 N. 34th GARCJA-DE HOYOZ, David C., 18, 3710 W. Roosevelt; carmen, 18, Gordon G., 33, 3702 W. Cactus Wren Drive; Donna J., 22, 3702 W. Cactus Wren •ONZALES-SIQUEIKOS.. Hector V., It, 4201 W. Portland; Marietta R., ^ il, 3»7 w. Palo verde. 60RE-WISEMAND, David Russel, 30, 4544 E. Avalon; Emily Jean, 30, 4420 e. Southern. CRE^FE-WESTON, Edward E., 37, 2202 E. Roosevelt; Kathleen Rose, Ar- arfleld; Sherl eh n e t h 34th Ave.; Wayne, 20, 6713 N. 34th Ave .Virginia Lee, 19, «016 M. 31st Ave. PUGH-PUGH, Joseph N., 2«; Lin . Linda n Raymond, 4, Glendaie; Debbie R., 27, 4«2^ JO Er- NWAY, Lowell Byrl, 27; ery Elizabeth, 27, both of Flag- IOYCE-CONE, Robert F., 22, Luke AFB; Kathleen Joan, 20, 9107 N. CKNT-B^NSBURG, Thomas J., 23, 4950,W. Bethany Home; Susan L., Gregory, 22, 5714 is. . Peoria. "phen'"Gary)'T8;"Ft! v 'sril, Okie.," Margaret Elsie, 17, 315 W. Mlnne- zona. LINDROS-KBSTER, Roger W., 26, 1411 N. 33rd St.; Ann H., 25, 1400 E. Thomas. MESSNER.PETERS, Merlin Adam, 25..3619 W. Holly; Ruth Ann, 22, 3408 W. Culver. MOYA-RAMOS, Adam, 30, 1091 S. 16th St.; Susana, 27, loft S. 16th NELSON-PETTY, Philip V., 22, Mesa; Suzanne Marie, 21, Mesa. OSWALD-BUTLER, Stephen E., 25, 1533 W. Missouri; Janet, II, 333* PARVsH.BALiE$, Aaron Larry, 22, PICKENS-HENLEY, Othb" Lynn, 60, Tempe; Frances Lenora, 60, 2813 RAMIRJEZ.rtOJO, Ellas S., 38, Pec rla; Estella A., 33, Peoria. RA - Mi S«:BLEA, fepbert, SK 114? *OJO, Ellas S., 38, Peo- ila A., 33, Peoria. i«jmin«-aLEA, .Robert, 51. 1149 E. Garfleld; Esther M., 48, 1518 REltHLEY-'cURREN, Barry, 22, ^Edgemont; Peggy, 31, Drive; Carolann, '30, '10009 N! 33 SAI •4 NCHEZ-ORAJIOLA, Samuel \A m&mtfM* * ».. ftWA t 2 S3, T l! w L B b a S TOWNSEND-RACH rEAGER.PENN. William"Kenneth, a, Forbes AFB, Kan.; Janice Pamela, 18, 1816 E. Roeser. ZIMMERMAN-LAWWIUL, Burl Ray, 20, San Diego; Linda Ann, 19, 65 Canterbury court. McCRACKEN-LARREMORE, Michael V., 22, 3335 W. College Drive; Betty J.,. 21, 2826 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, 601 W. Jones; Luclnda, 16, La- Jr., 31; Sharry Diane, 21, both BUCKOyCi RICE-HAMILTON, Jeff HldalBO; Lera< 27< Hidalgo PRUETT-THOMPSON, Donald E., 24, 1522 w. Willetta; Terr Lynn' 18, Glendaie. RAMIERZ-GANO, Mike, 2JL 1440 E. 6110 N. Seventh St., Apt!' 13; Joanne Carol, 30, 1412 E. Fillmore. REGISTER-WOLFF, Donald Ralph II, 19, .2832.. E. Desert Cove; , 443, SantOS> 17 ' SAAVEDRA-MILLER, Eloy, 21, Los Angeles; Mama 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. Chipman; Melissa, 18, , 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. Garfleld; Karen M., 22, Portland. . ., , 744 E. Portland. ANDREWS-SWAfFpRD, Robert H., 38; Betty J., 33, both of Anaheim, BENAVIDES— DEL RIO, Henry, 27, 1230 S. 17th St.; Shirley, 24, I72f 21, sa; Jacque r Larry. Lynn, 25, Apache •ROWN MACINNIS, Lonnle Eugene, 20, Peoria; Theresa Marie, 19, 201 E. Culver. BUCKLES-WOOD, Michael Allen, 21, 2320 N. 40th St.; Madonna Lo- 101_J. Verde Lane. nanes Lee, ty, 20, 1202 COPPOC-B l AyMANN, Roger Esrl, 20; Susan L., 19, both of Scolts- dale. COSPER-CHAMPNEY, L e n n I e [ruee, IB, 3019 N. 55th Drive; Winifred H., 17, 3019 N. 55th eUtLlioN-VAILLANCOURT, James ). Jo 26 (i Luke AFB; Susan Ann, 19, JARO, Glenn . Wll. Van Buren; Joyce [er, 19, _ .„,-—i-xv. Grace, 27, 4228 W. Van Buren. DEUEL-HELLANp, Charles Rob ert, 26, 2522^ W.. Highland; Kri Kris rcii, Ernest • H., ; ; Winifred Diane, 1.8, OREEN-CLAPPER,.. William, 48, 21341 W. Adams; Mariorle Marie, GRriMflMH'lLL, Daniel Steven, 20, chel, 21; Mesa. Mesa. JACKSON-CHAMBERS, Moody '(a norm rr '•>>L.._I «^_tP_ **"^'* " llriSa'Tee, ^o""bt>th of ,, III, -if, 1 «v^5* ^!"*« r v jci> . c w oiwnu* Joyce, . IB, 2220 E. School Drive. LAMB-WINGFIELD, Charles, 28, 2620 E. Portland; Rita M., 20, 2620 E. Portland. MEDiYN-LANDESS, Kraig M., 18; Barbara Gail, 18, both of Glendale. MENA—MODRID, Ramon, 44, UM E. Sunland; Aurora, 34, 1606 E. Sun- Births IN, Nelson and Vlcki, 4122 ••.•iirfaland, girl, S.arch 31. .vLUVAN, /phn and Susan, 5838 N. ^ 62nd Drive, boy, March 31. OLIVER, Rav, and Judy, 4333 W. Rose Lane, glrE Apr! 1. .. JOHN C" LINCOLN HOSPITAL MILLER, Richard and Ann, 3117 W. , Sweetwater, bov, March 25. FERRARA, Joseph and Betty, 6240 N. 14th Place, boy, March 26. TAYLOR, G. Evan and Janet, 3328 N. 80th Drive, boy, March 27. LANeOON. John and Patricia, 1314 ?-.ShrJtty Drive, 9H March 28. Thomas and Judy, 9107 ,.., girl, March 28. ^r»l|..a"d Patricta, 2130 ROBINSON, T WRIGHT, Curtis'and-paTricTi W. Palmalre, boy, March 29. «>*>'.. J. pt. B, Maia'slrl, AY, John and Peggy L., 425 E. McKelllpf, $». »" Masa, boy, Ami 2.... . land PrTve,' a Chendl*r', «cky, 8221 E. Garfleld, icomaale, girl, April 3. Births MARYVALfe HOSPITAL . GRASS), Robert and Claire, Public . Health Hospital, Parker, girl, rj$Jff; h Edward and Charlean, 3712 w.Maricopa, boy. March 22. O'HARA, Gary and Gwendolyn, 7752 w, wejdon, girl, March 22. HASSELL, ftlchard and Mary, »31 ^.W. Claremont. girl. March. 23. CLUNE, James and Mary, 9420 W. Van Buren, Tolleson, Ariz., bov, ELDER, Robert and wilma, 2302 w. San .Miguel, qirl, March 24. FLETCHER, Jerry and Patsy, 83< Los Alamos Drive, boy, March 24. HUGHES, Russeij"and Shirley, 2737 " W. .. ...r HOSPITAL .„.,., ^eorge and Christel, 8602 E. Hazelwood, Scottsdale, girl, March BP&'ND, Karl and Carol, 154* W. " "i St., Tempe, boy, March 23. . TE, George and Georgene, _E.Windsor, Scottsdale, bov, )N, Charles and Renae, 1013 melia. No. 3, girl, March 23. y, March 23. ' er end Jacqueline, 352 I E. Polk St., bov, Marc HELTON, Garlan and Chris, Dromedary Drive, Tempe, k and Edith, W4 . l Parque Drive, Tempe, girl, WEDGE, Douglas and Barbara, 4155 E. Indian School, No. 284, Scotts- n 2 d- Billie Jo, 4*40 Circle No. C, Tempe, boy, March 2 G°OOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL BONNY, Dennis and Marllea, Ml 4 N. nth Place, boy. BOS, Eugene and Janice, 4527 I. BOYCE V ,' e jonn°and Maureen, S4M W. Lewis Ave., flirl. BRAZELTON', paniei BRAZELTON, Daniel and Beverly, 4131 E. Van Buren, girl. CLAIBORNE, .Roger .and .Cecilia, 6221 S. First St., girl. DOMINGUEZ, Ronald and Patricia Ann, 2301 W. Broadway, boy. FITZSIMONS, James and Mary Ellen, 425 E. Flllmore, Tempe, boy. JACKSON, Richard .and .Marllee, 3030 N. 14th St., boy. McNABB, Alvin and Judy Ann, S51 N. 27th Drive, girl. March 20 ARTHUR, Evan and Care), *627 N. BARNHART, 9 Carl and Judith, 40M W. Burgess Ave., boy. FOWLER, Wayne and Louise, 56*4 S. Seventh St., boy. LOPEZ, Filiberto and Linda, 11538 N. 79th Way, Peoria, boy. LUND, David and Ruth, 3)15 W. Sunnvslde, bov. HOELDT, John and Carol, 4121 N. 58th Place, girl. MrrnNNELL, .Terry .and .Joanne, 2417 E. Campbell, boy. PENA, Iqnacio and Sharon, 1741 W. Alice Ave,, boy. PRICE, Kenneth and France*, 3920 W. El Caminito, boy 8, girl twins. SANCHEZ, Pete and Paula, 4411 S. Eighth Place, boy. SANCHEZ, Steve and Rosle, 4253 W. Portland, boy. SHARPE, Peter and Robin, 4844 N. 74th Place, Scottsdale, girl. S % R 0 6 N E °2?,VsWrr. -' Bd • Sh " r0n ' li^W. ^"ryfan'dWgVrr LVBB ' VALENZUELA, .Mike .and Roma, 2126 S. Granada, Tempe, girl. ANDERSON, Arthur "n* Dora Ann, 480 N. 72nd Ave., boy. BRACAMONTE, Raymond and Vlr- Binla, 921 E. F llmore, qirl. FYFFE, Donald and Vivian, 8437 N. JOHNSON/'•ftiomas and Donna, 2141 W. Van Buren, girl. KOBEY, Monte and Charlotte, 3101 N. 60th St., bov. KWACZALA, .John .and .Kathleen, ANDERSON, Paul and Lenda Lea, 5410 N. 64th Ave., Glendaie, girl. "LEDSOE, .Roger and Tahereh, 7225 E. Bellevlew, Scottsdale, boy. BROOKS, John and Sharon, 9401 W. .... and Nancy Jane, 1418 E. Thomas, girl. SOUTH, Joe and Patricia, 3240 E. Southern, qirl. • TATUM, John and Nancy, Route 1, Box 235, Laveen, "- — ,b. v.iiiHiiiaM, uuy. •y^MMMft^tC™ Sl^^^vl.^' ™ i,SS,^^«" c ""' 0 Ji»lhW,. andpetren "-'«a PHILLIPS 'Icenneth and 1314 E. Granada Diane, itrl. cad, lnd Karen ' le bov a. « •* Shlrlev ' A a ve d , b P ov" y Javne ' 943t ' N ' RUth ' 422 ' Ada - h MARSHALL, Howard N. Seventh St., boy. • • • —• •<• ii and Margery, nd 'Roy, 6767 c 9I*'.Revi'«"o r aSd 27 Gloria, 8031 S. glrj. and Barbara, Darry Lee, and Ernestine, Rom»,boy " COHEN, Stanley and Bonnie, 655S N. 17tn Ave,, bov. DAyiOSON, Merrill and Marilyn, 2716 w. Royal Pa m, boy. DICKINSON, Charles and Helen, 4502 CaTle Del Norte, girl, DUNN, Edwin and Frances, 4222 E. Cambridge, boy. JOHNSON, jimmy and Verna, 120 W. McDowell Road, boy. KASSA, Thomas and Ellen, 302* E. Paradise Lane, boy. LATIMER, Lorlng and ..2534 W... Wlndrose Drive, _ r ..- Barbara, ... Drive, girl, Michael and Karen, 4901 a, boy. R, Thomas and Callle Mae, IEK, aaffoifc-w: , b Bernlce bov. 24011 W Peoria" ooy ULLIVAN, William and Dlanne, 2388'/i N. 12th St., WALKER, John and Emma, 8131 W. Earll Drive, boy. WILLIS, Ralph and Donna, 8518 N. 12th St., boy. am^osplfifS.fae hano In* , David and Terrle, 202 E. 'radley and Josephine, San lehn and Sandra, 3224 W. ' y '-^rj»t and Nancy, t» 'Manual, and Luclla, . nra».AV*., girl. *' tlfle and, , Mary ts,,«mI. Monroe, girl.. Michael „ and yarry Lynn, tv/r E. Saratoga, Temp*, twin wlAVER, Robert and Lucy Elana, 5*57 N. 39th fve., h g(M. iYRD, Roberfan 5 •" FIR i^sf«hd N.»ie, 3M1 w. CBJs'efala'ane) Myrna, 4019 N. Sf'9\U>.. Laurie Lee, 1030 S-, ^ 4440 N. Dromeda JONES-, ares' and Eljiabeth Ann, y, g I r . P»mt\s Sue, and" Ana, 14C' W. and. ,R*b*cc* Ann, Ruth '3021 and Eliiabeth Ann, and Anna, and Janl* Ruth, Births LUM, L»rov IM Wtnon*, let I*!, and DolorH, SMI and Evanoeima, HOMPSON,' "John and Oonna, 412 . HOSPITAL . MANNEY, James and Darlene, 6718 N. «nd Ave., Glendaie, boy, OALINDO,.' Tay' Z., "328" S. r ' rC . . azona ' Drive, Mesa, T/fY r L'OR? rC Robert and Jonnje, 12M • r. Bishop Ave7, Tempe, girl, TAYL r ai, 31 Robert E. and Eunice A., 255 North Choiia, Mesa, boy, BAILON, Larry and Karen, 10* E. Broadway, No. 35, Tempe, gin, APr iV.'JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL BLAKE, Mary and Russell, 5731 N. 17C-S, W. etta and John, 131* a^ Donal, 33} MlllSrs55Sr. -l a r nVl Ronald, 808 W. BUSH e and Raul, 1712 ER, Dorothy'and 'Richard, 3408 ^AcClellan Blvd., girl. March M , Mary Ida and Carl, 721 E. ron" arid Michael, 2021 E.l.emon, No. l, Tempe, girl. CONNER) America and Jack, W. Gftorslfl Avc.i Qirl* »,/** «•/ FELIXf Dldrtfl 8nd AnBHUfil* 5009 W. Maryland, Glendaie, girl. JONES, Susan-Mae and Richard, 1, Box 404, Cher Erja and Michael, 7011 N. > Mary'and'John, 3901 filzabeth'and Thomas, Art- MJN? parlene and Craig, 4520 N. aaMfa'eJSl and Jesse, 9159 NWW&'a^' Floyd, 3i.W.._CJnneab8r, Peoria, boy. JENWOOD, Linda 'and' Georaev Star Route Box 390, Buckeye, girl. HAMPSON, Martha and Harold, 8044 N. 55th Ave,, Glendaie, boy. NEAL, Adelaida and James, 4709 N. RUTH, BarbYra and Terrence, 6128 Kohuana, Cave Creek, boy. Divorces Asked BLACKWELL, Carl Edward sues Betty Ruth. BLUST, George sues Carole J. CHEENEY, Oarla Loreen sues Johnnie Lee (annulment). COpPERK, Dorothy, sues Robert. COURTER, Patty Ann supes Donald DENNIS?' B.E. sues Esther Warren (annulment). EARL, Gloria M. sues Donald F. ELLER, Herman J. sues Esther V. FAULKINBURY, Dorothy Edna suea 1 FIEDLER, C F'.A. sues Helen C. PITHEN, Margaret Suzanne suea _ Ralph Norman. GREEN, Doris D. sue* Joy) D, GREGG, Sharon G. sues Donald R. HART,JJegma Sharp sues Lloyd D. JOHNSTON, Emma J. sues Jack R. JONES, Beverly Jo sues Peter JONES, Harmon E. sues Helen A. KELSEY, Nellie F. sues Lloyd E. KURTZ, Josephine sues Roy. LOCKE, Barbara sues Raymond A. McCLURE, Jacquelyn F. sues Ben MCDONALD, Kay sues Regis MEsTxHER, Harold T. sues Joye 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 Mar- SMITH, Anna Ruth sues Elden Brent. SNOW, Lorraine L. sues Jay C. SUPRIK, Daphne F. sues George UEu r NTEN, Margaret T. sues Henry VARKER, Lena Mae sues Bruce C. '"" Judith sues David, arllyn sues Gerald. Ralph sues Tina Marie. MEY, Janice A. vs. Stephen •EATTY. Margaret Charles Vernon. CLARK, Raymond Sylvester sues Pauline Luna. ugene sues Barbara L. Ayrtle Mae sues Vernon. ', John Patrick sues Beverly Elsa. JAYNES, Mona Ray sues Richard Bruce. Jean sues HUNT, Suzanne sues John Gary. INGALLS, George .Mason sues Shirley Jean. LUCE, George Nolan sues Emma Allene. McBRIDE, Mary Lucille sues Glenn MeLANE, Charles Lee sues Virginia Doris. MONSON, Betty Lou sues Robert Walter. NAIDAS, Mariano S. sues Miroslave (annulment). NATIONS, Carol Sue sues Handle R. PETEK, Beverlv Jane sues Frank. PETRAUSCHKE, Anna Marie sues Frank Jr. ROBBINS, Geraldlne sues Harry Joseoh SULLIVAN, Mary Patricia 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 L. from Marl- san, K. from Donald L. ennie Ann from Salva- yAJRNlR, Su WALLING, J WH°SLER, P Bll'lle from Horace Wll- W IER 1 / Robert W. from Trella M, ILLMON, Mary Etta from Alfred WORTHIEN, Ruth S. from Edward YODER, Harriett J. from William ZINGERMAN, Donna C. from Sher- MB.VV Barbara F. from.Jfirry.R. BISHOP, Marvin from Kathryn K. BRYSON, Donald F. from D,---'—- CANDELARjA, Rosemary rlene. frbnf Urfielio'Jose. ' CHAPMAN, Robert E. from Rosenna G. CHARLES, Betty Joan from Lester Dwaln. CLARK, David Lee from Mary CLINOMAN, Bobbie D. from Juanf- DUPREE, Joy from Randall Dee. FABIEj Gregorie R. from Kaoru. PE6ER, Audrey Alleen from FORMIC*HILLA, Marlvs J. from An- FHED^ERICKSON, Janet E. from FROrefliiSER, Arlean from John 8 REEN,' Ralph from Ruth. _ . ARRIS, Robert Noel from Bonnie HERMAN, Cathie L. from Thomas HERNANDEZ, Guadalupa from Lib- Hi r RN°bON, Raymond E. from HOWAR e D, e> Jamet E. from Sharon KEUS, Irene C. from Willaim F. KOELBEL, Thomas C. from Agnes Beatrice. KRUZSELY, Valentine vs. Lucille G. (annulment). .aNASA, Candace from Victor F. Richard from Sharon K. W PMAN, Jean E. from Marvin. ILES, John D. from Mary L. , . . MINNICK, Nelda S. from Michael MOODIE, Jeanne G. from Donald " Republic and Gaitttt SI1-MOO uren . Phoenix, Arizona Mall Address: P. 0. Box Hit CIRCULATION SERVICE 271-8381 OR 271-8356 • •ranch Offlcw wt R*j>ra»»nt«tlvaj rier rate direct to ell Mrt aS%an Su»ter»l»n frtca* ffwwa, eaiifcrnia, rw viwn i flm on CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Weekday Deadline 3 p.m. Sunday Deadline 1 pm Saturday MONDAY THROUGH FRIDA SATURDAY, - , . _ Phone* Open 7am to Jpm Off ice Open 8am to 1pm Sunday DEADLINE tun Saturday Phones ** ** m PHONE 271-8711 To Place Your Want Ads LOCAL RATES: For .weekd , weekday^, oublteatlon In u ilna Republic and eventnt ' tigJAuSKR STM'nL AGATE TYPE SET SOLID: 7 Consecutive Days lOc Per'— —L- -iword Par Day 4 Consecutive Days "S PW Word Per Day 1 Day of SlOp P*X Orders _ DISPLAY ST BISPLA Which use ^spoce, cente, «r Day onseeutlve Days 70c Per Cine Pays laraer type, whlfa ted line*, ate.: — Per Cine Per Day 7 Consecutive Days 75e Per Line Per Day 4 Consa—"— •*— 1 Day we Per Line Per Day ^teW-D-ay 10% Discount Available for Caih orders placed in person at fha Cassl' fieo counter. MINIMUM CHAROC »1.SO COPY celved from outside the Boundaries of the State of Arizona Is charged $1.00 Per Line Per Day. Advertisers who specify their weekday advertisements Check vaur ad the first day N ae- pears. In the event of an error. Phoenix Newspapers will not as- !"!"*-JWWt"'M»" 1 «•« l*«n To Place Your Want Ads DIAL 271-8711 Announcements Classes i threw* M i—Meeting Notices Phoenix Commandery No. 3 tCf. Sir Knights & Praters. 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. E.C. 4—Funeral Announcement* BATTJATO, Gabriel. Arrangements pending. Lundberg Chapel at The mimes. BAXTER. Diane. Services today 2 P.m. Messlnaer Mortuary Chapel, Scottsdale. Interment East Rest- ROWN, Merle M. Services conducted by Rev. J. Paul Downey 10:00 a.m. Monday in Memory Chapel, A.L. Moore 4 Sen*. Inter- Tent Double Butte. Friend* may call Sunday. ftURRl URRlS, Mary. Chandler. Ariz. Daughler of Mrs. Matilda Cain, Idabel, Okla. Sister of Willie Broades, Idabel, Okla. Passed away Monday., Services and Inter- W "' n ' dab * 1 ' Oltla - *- L - CARDiN, C.M. Service* 11 a.m. today ..First United Methodist Church, 5510 N. Central. Arrangements, by Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. CARTER. Jack D. Services today to a.m. Messinger Mortuary Chapel, Scottsdale. Interment Green Acres. CASTRO, Robert Frederick. i407 Ei Pierce. Husband of Jessie. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Sunday In St. Mark's Church. Mass ef Requiem 9 a.m. Monday in St. Mark's Church. Interment St. Francis. Friends may call at Whitney 4 Murphy from 12 noon-6 p.m. Sunday. • COTBtRT, Donald D. Services "coh: ducted by ..Pastor Harold P. Schluntz 4 Masonic Funeral Committee 10:00 a.m. today in Memory Chapel, A.L. Moore A Son*. Interment Greenwood. EADY, Martha R7 Survived ft^ ur x»«%r,TO; tfx ..... AfaSHOLfK )ow*ll, Texas. » •randchlldren. 8 ireat-grandchlldren. Services 4 In- Frader ck. Ok ahor • are ferment ... ... rangements by Maulnaer ary, Scottsdale. JUIVEL, Augustine Miranda. Re- '»tlon of rosary 8 p.m. Sunday ' nsen Kings _Funer§l Chapel. 'X«aV- citatio Morte Requii Requi.m if mas, 9 Immacu Heart Funeral frhW Center. LORIOSOrrTony. Services^r ay at.the. Sunnyslope.Ch Hansen Gaston ment. T'.. •*"',• WB; »iv»» * |..,n. it the Sunnyslope Chapel of Merfuary, Rev. J. Douglas officiating. Private inter- Buren. 'P«"sed" away Spencer. 4040 W. Van ¥»,«„. . assed away Thursday. Arrangements pending, pnaton» r Societ to the American Cancer Society are.preferred. OLJKOSKJ, Ruth M. Rosary 3 p.m. fodev QrimsMW's Bemany ehaaai, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. Re- qul»m, Man,9:30 a.m. Monday. St. Francis XavlfrCfthollc Church. ITINIII, Lorenio (Marro). FU raf. blessing •a.m. TQMV, . Im MAV nera ^_ — . __ MASTE, Donald e. parents Mr. & Mrs. Masters, brothers R Dick and Dave, all O T otui grandmothers. Mrs. Bemtet art, Paola. Kan., and " ora Masters, Livi ap11st S Ch 1 urch 3 -of S en* enn. - ••)>'st .., o'sDofrir'R*ev.~lan* chYpman' of- iclating. interment Green Acres •»morlal Gardens. Visitation 2 t», and 7 to, 9 today ^and Sunday. children, , Vfv0 i fbrvlves. Services Rev. Johnny.Dlckt,™,. Monday in Jromory Ch woSSfpriendymay l, A rment Gr all Sunday. by a.m. . L. reen- ' ^** WWII*« (MfVlllldll Friends may call Sum MORALES, .Antonio. Rosary a p.m. »»nday, Universal Memorial ceife far. Mass 8:30 a.m. Monday, Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, Glendaie. Burial Glendal* MOMIfc'teelte 6rls. Services t> day 10 a.m. M. I. Gibbons Mortuary Garden chapel, 33 N. Slrrlne, Mesa. Rev. George P. psaufe. Mesa Church of the Nazarlne offl- eatlng. Interment Mountain VleW Memorial Garden. conducted by Rev. Layton ~N. Jackson 3:00 p.m. Monday in Cha* pel of Memories, A. L. Moore * Sons. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call from noon Sun-. .m., Valley Presbyterian Church. :ev. Herbert. P. Landes official- lEGCR. Ralph M. Survived by wife Naomi, _ Phoenix. Sister Miss TOli, > r . »w. T-I iciiua mar \.OII OI Mercer Mortuary from 6 until 9 JARRELS, Lon L. Services conducted by Chaplain Joseph A. Stalzer 9:00 a.m. today In Chapel of Memories, A. L. Moore A Sons, Mill- tary honors at Greenwood. SHEAHAUT, Janece. Service 2 p.rn". Monday, West Glendaie Baptist, c . hur< &.,. B " r i?l. Greenwood Memorial. Universal Memorial Center. SIMS, Albert K. Graveside services 10 a.m. Monday at Mesa Cemetery, Friends may call at Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N, Macdonald St. t Mesa M p.m. Sunday. SMAW, Vaiice ~A"; Survlvea—By daughters Mrs. Lynn Skalbeck, Portland, Ore., Mrs. Van Alice Herrell, Mesa; son, Rockm B., Tempe; mother, Mrs. Ludie Mae Smaw, Novato, Calif.; sisters! Frances, Novato, Calif., and Louise Hensen.Fort Dodge. Iowa; brothers, Frank, Novato, Calif., and Paul, Mead, Colo.; also seven grandchildren. Graveside services will be conducted by Rev. Thomas Hever, 11 a.m. Monday at St. MortuaVy ran9ennents bv Meretr SPRINGER', Jw P. services today 10 a.m., Lundberg's Sunland cnapoi. tACfATJC; . Frank. Arrangements pending. Lundbtra Chapel of the Chimes. TRBVIZO, 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, Ceya L. Services 10 a.nv today, Christ Church of Ascension, 4015 E. Lincoln Dr. Entombment Greenwood. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, director* VA'NCILT~Emma. services conducted by Dr. L. Doward McBaln, 3:30 P.m. Wednesday In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore A Sons. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call from 3 p.m. Tuesday. VAZEOOTKOVA, Anezka. Rosary Monday t p.m. Messinger Mortuary Chapel, Sdottsdale. Mass Tuesday 10 a.m. Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Friends may call at mortuary Sunday afternoon. WALKER, Raymond P., ft, Los" Angeles, Calif. Husband of Tottie Walker. Father of Roberta Walk, er, 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 v Monday in Casa Blanca Presbyte- S an Church. Interment Casa lanca Cemetery. A. U Moore * Sons. WEST , Patricia, Ann. Services ' "W _ ., today, Lundbera Chapel ef Th» Chimes. Intermenf Resthaven. Chapel «!• WHILL'ANS," Llliran'.""Arrngements pending Messinger Mortuary, Scottsdale. WHITE, David Kenneth. Age 2'A. 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 Jerim sen and Ruth J e n s e n;~ great-great-grandson of Mary Burn, fey. Services 10:30 a.m. Monday in the Arizona Funeral Home Chapel. Interment Memory Lawn. Henry T. Forman, Director. Vlslt- atlen 2 to 8 p.m. Sunday. . WIGGINS, 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. Paradis* Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage. Director. ilph L. Dorotl WISHART, Dorothy L. Survived by husband Charles, Phoenix, son Grover, Poughkeepsie, N.Y., daughters, Mrs. Barbara Davenport, -Verashlre, Vt. Shirley Osgood, Postenklll, N.Y., Mrs. Marg- grandchildren also survive, services today 1 p.m. Bellevue Baptist Church, 2037 E. Desert Lane. Interment East Resthaven Park. Ar- >IBBm 7—Funeral Director* ARIZ. F°UNERAL $ HOMP ::' 876 N. 3rd Ave. AL 3-23M MERCER MORTUARY THOMAS RD AT 16TH ST. Phone 266-4473 Private Pirkln* SUNSET CHAPEL 301 W. CAMELBACK S77-2M1 A. L. MOORE & SONS SERVICES TODAY ADAMSJIfOURTH AVENUE TEMPE MORTUAR? '. J 4P5 E. Southern, Tempe 967-1643 i Charles R. Whitney 939-9471^ 10—Florists DONOFRIO FLORAL CO. 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