Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 19
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 19

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
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REPUBLIC BULLDOG -A43 f hi Arizona Republic Phoenix, Sat., Jurw 30,1973 Names/Faces Maya Wldmayer was born of the late painted Pablo Pi< so's liaison with Marie- erese Walter. But he was married at the time to ftus« sian dancer Olga Kokhlova, and the child could not be le- gaily recognized under French law. Now 38 and the wife of a French naval officer, Mrs. Widmayer petitioned in Crasser, France, to have herself recognized as the legitimate daughter of Picasso for inheritance purposes, but a district court here has rejected her petition. foheft Mlllard Fry died in 19$7, the name of Marion Fry ~;no relation '—wasmistak- enly erased 'from the Lee C,bunty tax rolls in-Fort 4 JJyers,. >Fla. Since then, tax notices have been addressed to Marion Fry's wife. When he reached the age of 65 this year, he sought to file for the tax break allowed senior citizens, only to be told at the county courthouse:"You're dead." So Fry asked that the tax records be corrected, and Tax Assessor Harry Schooley said it's being done. "I wouldn't have bothered,": explained Fry, "except I just hate to pay them a nickel more than they ought to get. Besides, it's really a hell of a thing to be dead and still paying taxes . . .1 want to get resurrected, brought back to life." * * * A federal appeals court in Cincinnati has ruled that a woman's undone work is worth $2.50 an hour. It upheld a jury's award of $100,000 to the family of Dovie B. Blasky, 67, who was killed in a highway accident in 1970. She'left her husband •and nine children. - .(,"." -"- • : • In arriving at its decision,, the Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the testimony of an expert witness from the Ohio Bureau of Employment Services that to employ an outsider to do a housewife's work would cost at least $2.50 an, hour. Calvin J. Sandau's wife runs 'a house near Carson City, Nev., that's not a home, which is legal in some areas of Nevada. Sandau says she has a w e e k 1 y income of $3,500. NELLY MARIE SANDAU is suing him for divorce. He asked $250 a week alimony, arguing that he had contributed to his wife's success as a brothel keeper but now earns only $50 a week as a ranch hand. U.S. District Judge Frank Gregory rejected Sandau's request. Caroline Kennedy, 15-year- old daughter of the late President John F. Kennedy, is summering in Clairfield, Tenn. hill country north of Nashville. But no one will talk about her or even reveal the identity of the family she's staying with. "We just aren't talking," explained Clairfield Post Mistress Louise Adams. "Caroline wants privacy, wants to live like any other teen-aged girl. We're giving her that." One source said the demand for privacy came from Caroline's mother, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and added: "How could she possibly re- lax and live normally in our midst with a photographer hiding behind every bush and a reporter at every stop*?" Judge Hdfnberto D e c n o p Batista in Rio de Janeiro did not believe Amadetr Plnto'a plea of sell-defense and sentenced him to three months in jail. Pinto told the judge he had acted in self-defense when he beat up Alice De Castro, Pinto is 23, the victim is 76. Entertainer Carol Channlng was on the White House list of "enemies" given the Senate Watergate committee by John Dean. An associate of Miss Channing's said she "just concluded a week's engagement, in "Lorelei,' in Pittsburgh-at the Nixon Theater." Colorado Gov. John A. Love, named to head President Nixon's new energy policy office, was asked in San Clemente, Calif., Friday if there are plans to reassess the use of air conditioning' at the White House;- ,! ":•:.'•', :' Before Love could respond, presidential press secretary Ronald L. Ziegler leaned over and said to him jokingly, "It's pretty hot in there already" — apparently a reference to Watergate, not the temperature. When Continental Airlines Flight 281 left <the El Paso (Tex.) International Airport for Los> Angeles Friday morning, a mother and six children did not notice that child No. 7 was still on the ground. An El Paso airport security officer found Claudio Cardiel, 5, running down a concourse in tears, biting the thongs of a newly acquired charro hat. , As Claudio had a breakfast of doughnuts and hot chocolate, airline officials contacted the plane to say that the boy was all right. 1 Claudio's family, en route home after a visit with relatives in El- Paso, had noticed somewhere over Arizona that the; child was missing. Continental officials put Claudio on a noon flight for Los Angeles, where he was reunited with his family. Frank Sinatra ;• Sinatra i faces charge Los Angeles Times Service PALM SPRINGS, Calif. Misdemeanor battery and as sault char g.e s were filed against entertainer Frank Si-, natra and several of his friends by a Salt Lake City insurance agent, it was learned Friday, Palm Springs police said the complaint was lodged by Frank WeihsKjck, '32, of Salt Lake City, as a result of* a May 5-incident in the Trinidad Hotel-here when'hevbe- came engaged in a quarrel with Sinatra and his party. W e i n s t o c k told police a scuffle started in the hotel's dining area when Sinatra's friends allegedly made improper advances to his wife. In the ensuing struggle, Weinstock said he was menaced by the Sinatra party and also suffered a black eye. Also named in the complaint were two of Sinatra's friends, Jilly Rizzo and Jerry Avintas. Palm Springs police said the case is being investigated, but so far no arrests have beenmade. '.'•'•• ; '•''• Recover your Danish chair cushions for of/iff/* as $10.00 per cushion FOAM FASHIONS 1011 E.Camtlbaok 214-1808 GOTJRMSLTOAYOU. 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So hurry out, before this special sale is over! VA BUYERS FHA BUYERS DOW^J PAYMENT None $500 TAXES $ 25.00 $ 2500 PRINCIPAL^INTERESI $101.92 $105.15 INSURANCE $ 4.00 $ 4 00 TOTAL MONTHLY PAYMENT $130.92 $134.15 SALES PRICE .,;•• $15,950 $15,950 TERM 360 months 360 months Singer Housing Company A name you (enow you can trust ASK ABOUT OUR GUARANTEED TRADE-IN PROGRAM Equal Housing Opportunity 'Famous for Service" BAKER BROS. K » w " »•• Q ' • OF FHOKNIX SINCK 1 !)•!."> SPECIAL OFFER! $ 1 PER WINDOW LABOR Any Ceiling -- Floor Length DRAPERY PURCHASED $1 Only 1 Labor Per i Windolv CHOOSE FROM OVER n '•••••' ••'- / " •':•• 'Lined or Vnlined 25 DECORATOR FABRICS Pleated Only L.? Separate Liners Extra NO LIMIT TO WIDTH For Free Home Estimates ... 264-4288 • FOR YOUR PROTECTION - RE-MEASUREMENT CHARGE EXTRA Special on Rain-No Stain insulated £ ROC-LON Lining during our spring v valuedays. 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