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Albuquerque Tribune (Newspaper) - May 20, 1963, Albuquerque, New Mexico A-2 Albuquerque Tribune May 20, 1963 John Novakovich Dies in Houston Hospital gop Choice miss bar Hara Mckinsi has been selected As miss Young re publican of new Mexico. The daughter of or. And mrs. George w. Mckim 1406 Harvard be she is president of the teen age republicans and a Unm student. She will represent the state at the National or convention at san Francisco in june. Suspects Are arrested City police have arrested three Young men for allegedly burglar izing the Albuquerque plumbing and heating co., 915 Yale be saturday night and forging several checks Over the weekend at a Furni Ture store and three super markets. Taken in the plumbing firm burglary were from a Cash a Check protector two books of personalized checks and a Check in t h e amount of from Paul son construction co. Inc. Pay Able to the plumbing firm. The suspects Ages 18, 20 and 21, allegedly purchased several items recovered by officers after allegedly forging checks at the Hub furniture co., 2520 san Mateo be pig Gly wiggly stores at to Mas be and 5400 Gibson be and a Barber s supermarket address not Given. The suspects used their own names in cashing the checks police said. Novakovich John n. Novakovich prom Vincnt in business and politics died last night at Hospital at h o where he for treatment last week. He i was 61. Or. Novako Vich was District supervisor for the sur plus commodities division of of the state welfare department Here. Previously he had owned and operated White River Fisher ies Here and was Active in the old North fourth Street Assn. And the greater Albuquerque chamber of com Merce. He and his family moved to Albuquerque in 1949. He pre. Piously had lived at Santa be and truth or consequences. He and mrs. Novakovich lived at 1513 Arizona be. He went to Houston after having attended the marriage of his daughter on May 11 fat a Tell Vii at Central and High be. The other two suspects were nabbed at 7 . Yesterday in the 700 Block of Copper new. Before the arrests the suspects allegedly purchased a bag of groceries Power Drill tool Box Hack saw transistor radio regular tube radio a Rifle Case and an automobile repair Booklet. Police said the Case was investigated by it. Jack a. Cairns patrolmen Charles Brown and detectives Rich Ard t. Morris Kenneth Mcwethy John p. Sandoval and Chris Saiz. Detective sgt. Roy Beserra said the three suspects would probably be transferred later today from City to county jail and their cases referred to the District attorney. Terrorists bomb building Montreal May up two bombs exploded today at the head quarters of the Royal Ca Nadian army corps of electrical and mechanical engineers. The blasts were the latest in a series of bombings which have terrorized Montreal residents this month. Authorities blame the explosions on the Fly a fanatic political group. No one was injured but one of the explosions blew out a East 30 windows and dam aged four cars parked near he Headquarters. A dozen bombs were exploded last Friday in suburb an Westmount the Royal Canadian army Lew in three bomb experts to instruct City police on How to dismantle bombs and dispose of them. 1 the Ftp a Lias Una pro in drive the English from que marchers arrested Attalla ala., May 20 m As a racial demonstrator actress Madeleine Sherwood won applause from negro spectators and a trip to an Alabama jail with 10 other Freedom they were arrested yester Day beside u. S. At the spot where Baltimore Post a n William l. Moore was shot to death april 24. Moore was walking to Jack son miss., where he hoped to present his integration views to gov. Ross Barnett. This was the third group of walkers arrested in Alabama since May 1. Others Are awaiting trial on charges of breach of peace the same charge placed against miss Sherwood s group. Four of the demonstrators including miss Sherwood fell to the grass beside the Inch Way and refused to walk to Highway patrol cars. A few score negroes lining the Highway applauded politely. Miss Sherwood 35, said be forehand that she expected to be arrested. She said she wanted to do something for the integration movement because it is something i believe in and this is the Only Way i know to congratulations memorial myth Muht hop ital or. And mryl Richard e. Schiller 4ijs Hendrix be a son. Or and mrs. Jhin ii l. Schornick Phoenix be a daughter. Or and mrs George h. Donaldson 9912 Chapala be a son. Or. And mrs. Charles l. Davis 2418 la ctn be. A daughter or. And mrs. Robert s. Turner 813 and mask. A son. Or. And mrs. Mel h. Hall 430 Mankun be. A son. Or. And mrs. Hen l. Bruzzo. 701 Alvarato be. A Boh. Or. And mrs. Tipple o. Up sir. 5414 Conr Emorit be. 5 Sui Khmer. New Mexico Hosp Lenl or. And mrs. Orlando sad lilo 53 h clo Microu new a son. Or. And mrs. John Wenzen route Box to a daughter. Or and mrs. Johnson. 304 Texas be n son. Or. End mrs. Joe of Tarquez. 2211 Palm so a daughter. Itcan Olallo county Indian Hospital or. And mrs. Fumino Romero ism de Bitica so. A son. Or. And mrs. Wilbur de Cora Isleta i Urlo a daughter. Or. And mrs. Louth Luu 1618 Cen trial new a son. Or. And mrs. Bennie Qon Enles route 5q3 a. A son. Or. And mrs. Jonquil a Bacn 404 Bethel be. K daughter. Or. And mrs. Adam Romero 4 in Paci fic so. A daughter. Or. And mrs. Andy orc in m3 Kathryn in. A son or. And mrs. Gomis Lundn Baca 1425 Jall Cros so. A. Son. Or Nanri mrs. March Lino pulp hero. 13m fourth so. It daughter or. And mrs. T. Hernandez Sec Ond 3w, a son. Doctors and Petal or. And mrs. Martinez 711 fifth new. A . Or. And mrs. Louis Duran 3013 Sioux new. A son. Or. And mrs. Henry Marquez. 7920 Edith new. H son. Siulin Hospital staff ski. And mrs. Frederick d. Cutter. Kirtland of Dase. A son. Sgt. And mrs. Harold o. Boltner Kirtland of base a son. I. And mrs. Charles d. Unas. Or. Undla base a son. Pm 3 Ami mrs. Wayne w. Jepson Samilia base. Kirtland of base a son. Airman 1 c. And mrs. Thomas i. Goodwin. Kirtland of base r daughter. I pc. And mrs. Harold h. Trepton Siirila base a son. I Hospital or. And mrs Eddie Sandia or Earl a. Bdl. 5091 curios hey so a son. Or and mrs. Marvin Bowman Western Meadow new. A son. Or anti mrs. Ambrose Lueras 1315 visit Del Rio so. R son. Or. Ant mrs. Robert Juul. Thor. Or and mrs. Jerry Pennington 1610 Edith be. A daughter. Or and mrs. William Schoor 6202 second new. N daughter. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Oil Aton. To Ottle be b daughter. Or. And mrs. Robert c. Lehman 1124 Palisades new. A son. Or. Wit my. Horatio route i nox Tun. N son. Or. And mrs. A s. Romcro los Lunas h. Son. Or and airs. James Thompson. 524 Texas Nepal. 1, it Dali Slitor. Or. And mrs. David Wheeler. S35 Spanou Nepal. 5, a daughter. Or. And mrs. Fred Wilson 9221 Arleine daughter. S Joseph hoi Ollil or. And mrs Richard r. Swimmers. 413 Vassar be n son. Or. And mrs Fred k. Fields we be. A son. Or. And mrs. Wide nth Omle Goi 9dm Bolla Mutli be a daughter. Lopez its to David Taylor. He went to Houston the following week. His wife was with him when he died. Besides his wife and Daugh ter he is survived by two sons Ivo Novakovich a City policeman and Nick also of Albuquerque. A sister mrs. E. Patkowski Pittsburgh pa., and his Mother J. Novakovich also survive. His Mother lives at Ranger Tex. He was a member of the elks and the knights of col Umbus. Funeral services will take place at . Wednes Day at Ranger where burial will take place in the family plot. Court rules on Gas pricing Washington May 20 0 the supreme court up held today a Federal Power commission plan to use a new area Price method for determining allowable pro Ducer prices for natural Gas. Under the plan pc would set a guide Price for All Gas produced in a particular Field. 20 adjustments would be made if evidence showed the Price was unfair to Consumers or to producers. Under the old method pc studied each application to see if the Price proposed would give the individual pro Ducer a fair rate of return on his investment. This unit by unit method resulted in a big backlog of undecided rate cases. Commission adoption of the new area Price method was announced in a Case affecting Phillips Petroleum co., of Bartlesville okla., major seller of natural Gas. The new method was approved by the u. S. Court of appeals Here in an opinion stating there was nothing in he natural Gas act to pro Hibit a trial of the plan. The court of appeals decision was appealed to the High tribunal by Wisconsin California and new York Public Utility i s commissions. Strays listed by Center the animal control center1 lists the following strays picked up Over the weekend female wire hatred terrier Cross Block and White Niche terrier Cross Black and White Loo Block honeysuckle so mute Cocker Cross Brown 400 Block honeysuckle so male Collie Cross Hunck. And Brown 300 Block Greenwich so male poodle Cross Block. 2100 Block Oxford be Alf Cocker Cross Brown and Black 600 Block California be Mulc Cocker . Brown Puppy night male terrier Cross Black and White rabies tag night Cage female to ruler Cross tan night Cage female Labrador Black night Cage male Collie Cross tan and White 700 Block Grace be female mixed Breed Kitten Black. Moo Block Edith be female Collie Cress Black and White choke Chain county male Shepherd Cross tan Socorro female Shepherd tan. Socorro Pemple terrier Cross Brown. 10-100 Block const ution be. Female Gray and White cat 1400 Block Lorlen be male Shepherd Cross. Inn and Black 2500 Block Delta so female Cocker Cross Black no Gill Cage female cat Gray by tick and White no rat Cage female pekingese crams. Brown and Vulic night male Collie Cross Black and White in but Cafty female Black cat 200 Block. Alcatar be female White cat. 400 Block Anderson be for Nile terrier Cross White and fan Puppy 2500 Block Mornin Taide be female Cocker Cross tan and White Glit Cage male mixed Breed Don. Black an and White 2900 Block Truman be male Chihuahua tan 2800 Block Man Juno be fam Etc Gray Block and Orliea cat night Cage female Shepherd Cross Brown Block night Cage. Tribunal off jury s award remit1 amount or face retrial court declares Santa be May 20 up the state supreme court today ruled that a Bernalillo county jury s awarding of to a woman injured in a collision with a bus was grossly excessive and or dered the woman to remit of the amount. Justice David w. Carmody ordered miss Sara Dan Han Oerry of Albuquerque to make the remittance or else the Case would be retried on the Ssue of damages Only. Car Mody also ordered the Wom an s insurance company travellers insurance co., to Emit of the it was awarded by the jury. Company appeared miss Hanberry sued the Albuquerque bus co. And bus Driver Jessie w. Harris As a result of a collision Between he car she was driving and the bus in Albuquerque. Her principal injury was a Frac ured left hip which required our operations and five months hospitalization. She Ater developed an ulcer on Ler ankle and t h r o m b o phlebitis As a result of the Accident. The bus company appealed the verdict of the jury pre sided Over by dist. Judge Edwin l. Swope saying the verdict was influenced by sympathy passion and prejudice and that the amount awarded was excessive. Carmody agreed that it was excessive but said the other Points of error contended by he bus company were not founded. The award to miss Hanberry s insurance company was or Workman s compensation expenses and the Hospital Bill rom Belen general Hospital Carmody said All but the Bill Yas justified. However the award of to plaintiff Hanberry a to us after a careful re View of evidence so extreme y excessive that it is not truly supported by evidence and therefore must indicate that he jury was mistaken in the measure of car Mody wrote. He implied the trial court should have restrained the amount of the verdict. Repay or retrial Ower both future and past of miss Hanberry amounted o Only since she was not completely disabled. This Eft Idt pc in Ariu suf ering alone he said which was grossly he said there was no need o remand the Case for new rial on the evidence presented and judged but directed miss Hanberry and the insurance company to file a remit Ance with the supreme court c Erk within 10 Days or else the judgment will be re versed and the Rase remanded for new trial on the Issue of damages Only. Gallup bypass approval is due Gallup May 20 up Gallup City officials Are expected to sign a Resolution per mitting a bypass of the City by interstate Highway 40 when they meet tuesday night. A discussion Between the City commissioners chamber officials and John Sudderth of Hoswell and l. E. Murray of Farmington state Highway commissioners Friday apparently ironed out All difficulties Over the proposed bypass. Menaul graduates listed Honor students at Menaul presbyterian High school will be recognized at a banquet to night at in the school s Davidson Hall. Rev Paul Saunders of the Academy for boys will speak. A communion service in Donaldson auditorium opened commencement week activities yesterday. Baccalaureate services were held last night. Rev. Earl of St. Andrew Presby Terian Church delivered the mormon other activities include awards night wednesday is in Donaldson auditorium. The Junior senior prom will be held from 8 to 11 . Thursday and senior class night has been set for Friday at 8 . Saturday s activities will include an alumni luncheon at . And commence ment exercises at 2 . In Donaldson auditorium. The graduating class includes Antr Arellano of Tycho Bacn George car Var Robert Chacon. Francis Chang Dana Chavez. Chavez. David Chii Willllr Cordova Fred Davis. Hen donw Oddla. Roma Dominguez. Sandra Dunnam Perla Estrada. William Vaul Anthony Fratzola Airrlla Orl Cro Haley. Harry Whinen. Nalce Hoxton Emily Loper Phillip Rosalie Lopez Tommy Lopez. Raymond Chavez Lorla to Lovato Christine mar. Llanez pm left Ekhard mar Ilnez ted Martinez. Charles Montoya Josephine Montoya. Annlot Orlevia. Jacqueline lev Lnla Leroy Llo Draquez Alica Romero David Russell. Nancy Sanchez. Pro scylla Sandoval. Darrell Sellers. A Georje so nil Jesse a Ervik my Larch Elf Flat. Cecilia Torres Edna tin jello. Juan la Vii. Uura a Lull wet Alon Diana we Ion. Two year old Ronald Mui Vaney is Home from the hos Pital and feeling Fine today after a Brush with death at he Mulvaney residence 424 Pueblo Solano new yesterday afternoon. The heroines Are Ronald s Mother mrs. Richard k. Mui Vaney and his seven year old sister Debra sue. County chief of detectives Robert Tena and Deputy Del Chavez said their fast think ing and work saved the Tot from drowning in the family swimming Pool. Toppled into Pool Debra sue rescued the baby Tom feet of water after in toppled into the Pool and mrs. Mulvaney brought him Back to life with artificial the officers said. Mrs. Mulvaney Mother of five said Ronald fell in the Pool while she had gone into he House briefly to put one of the children Down for a Nap. The other four Geri 8, Georgie ,6, Debra sue and Ronald were sunning them Anderson continued from fas of 90 persons hoping for seats. A total of 650 persons have arranged to be present including what seems almost Ike a quorum of the Senate. The entire new Mexico delegation will be present with their wives. Sherbourne Anderson and mrs. Ben Lamond Roberts son and daughter of senator and mrs. Anderson have arrived bringing with them 7 year old Mary Roberts. Sen. Anderson took them to the White House this morning for to Short visit with president Kennedy and them to lunch at the Capitol. An incomplete list of those Here from new Mexico for he dinner includes or. And mrs. Victor Salazar r. J. Mcanna Albuquerque realtor Charles Davis Richard Pino Eber Mckinley and Billy Holder of Alamogordo atty. Gen. Earl e. Hartley George a. Schrieber of the Public service co. Of new Mexico Gene Lusk Carlsbad a n c state Engineer Steve Rey nolds. Secretaries of Interior Stew Art to Dali and agriculture or Ville Freeman will be Princi speakers and others Are expected to tribute to the senator for his years of work in behalf of conservation 01 land water natural resources and wilderness areas. Free garment storage Call 247-2234 laundry Mother sister save boy from drowning court rules for negroes Washington May 20 up the supreme court today overruled the convictions of negro sit in demonstrators in six cases on grounds that local segregation Laws and edicts which led to their arrests were unconstitutional. The court did not Rule How Ever on whether an individual store owner has the right to maintain segregated facilities on his own property. This crucial question May be decided in a Maryland amuse ment Park Case which is still pending. But on grounds that local Laws gave store owners no Choice but to maintain Segre gation the court reversed sit in convictions of demonstrators in Greenville s. C., Bir Mingham ala., new Orleans Durham n. C., and Savan nah a. The court s Basic decision came in the Greenville Case which was decided unanimously. It marked the first time the High tribunal had spoken on a series of sit in appeals stemming from or rests made throughout the South during demonstration there in i960 and 1961. In All of today s six Deci Sions the court said that state and local segregation Laws were the controlling Factor and what the store owner thought of separate White and negro facilities no Bear ing on the question. Selves n round the Edge of the Pool Heads away from the water and feet dangling in. Ronald apparently stood up and toppled in mrs. Mul Vaney said. The Mother said she heard the other children scream and raced from the Louse Yelling for Debra sue o jump in. Ronald had apparently been in the water for about two minutes because he had sunk and was lying on the Bottom she said. Debra sue picked Lim from the Bottom brought Lim up and mrs. Mulvaney i coped both from the Pool. Mrs. Mulvaney said she be Ives her son was dead be cause there was no pulse or breathing. It took about 10 minutes of artificial respiration to bring him Back she said. A neighbourhood doctor arrived and Ronald was taken of presbyterian Hospital where he spent about five hours. He was brought Home about 6, but was sick most of the night apparently from so much chlorine in his sys tem mrs. Mulvaney said. Making up for it but he s making up for it o d a she said. I can t teen him she said she spends hours on end with her children in the Pool and that the older ones Are like we re just so thankful to she said. Missing woman found dead Durango Colo May 20 the body of mrs. Gertrude Frances Mcdonald g9, who had been missing from Flora Vista n.m., since nov. 10, was found n her station Wagon on an isolated logging Road yesterday. Dist. Any. Ai Haas said it appeared the woman had died from exposure when her car stalled on the Road. She apparently had tried to Start the vehicle. The body was wrapped in a Blanket. There was no indication what mrs. Mcdonald was doing in the area near Lem Mon dam about 30 Miles Northeast of Durango. The body was found by Frank Kasal who was on a picnic with his family. Mrs. Mcdonald a widow is survived by a brother John Fitzgerald of Rocky Ford Colo. Papers on the body indicated she had been a school teacher. Street is closed Indian school Road from 12th to Rio has been closed by the City traffic engineering department to re locate utilities and prepare Lor paving chief engineered Beck said today. The Street will be closed for 10 Days. School head Choice near Santa be May 20 up the state Board of Edu cation began its two Day meeting today and its Selec Tion of a new state school superintendent is expected to be announced tomorrow. The Board had six finalists but state finance director John Gott has emphatically withdrawn from consideration and Earl Nunn superintend ent of Alamogordo schools Las withdrawn. The four men considered of candidates Are Leonard Delayo a Maryland resident and former new Mexico Edu Cator Ivi. A Hunt Lormer Portales superintendent Stan ton Proctor former Roy superintendent and Hal Tunnell Estancia schools superintend ent. Union wins wage demand my Faur lady was Laie unloading today because of an argument Over wages be Ween stage hand Union officials and show promoter Frank Lashinsky. Or. Lash sky objected but finally agreed to Smion de mands for per Man for working the show for two nights plus per hour. Lashinsky said the demand was exorbitant but that he would not argue with it. He sail the wages paid for the same work in other cities lower. Union officials were not available for comment. Dismiss charges against Lohbeck Santa be May 20 up dist. Judge c. Mcculloh Oday dismissed forgery charges against Don Lohbeck of Albuquerque that have been pending More than a year. Mcculloh s order came up on motion by dist. Ally. Al Sanchez to dismiss the Case saying there is insufficient evidence upon which to secure a Lohbeck was charged with forging his sex wife s to an insurance Check in the amount of the charge said he forged the Check on dec. 23, 1960, with intent to defraud. Lohbeck was an unsuccessful candidate for the Republican nomination for Congress last May. Science shrinks piles new Way without surgery stops pain deaths Brady Albert Brady resident or Albuquerque 9 Yra passed away sunday evening at his Home 319 Cor Nell be following sudden illness. He is survived by his will mrs. Both Brady at the Homo or. Brady a member of the methodist Churchi. And a former resident of Mobile. Ala Bama funeral will be an need by the Strong Thome Morlun. Ary. Res were tiny Minimi. Ight s h. Wakeful old a a. A a. A. Brown and r. J. Ferment was made in Sunset memorial in Park. Hitchcock Dot Iglus Arthur hitch Vock age 3, died suddenly sati Dulny near Etc of n. Surviving Are the , or find mrs. Leonard Jilch cock jr., 1042 mar cell be. Albuquerque two Sisters. Cecilia and Chris Lnu Hitchcock at Home a brother. Danny Hitchcock it Home paternal Gran d parents or. And mrs. Leonard hitch cock sr., East Orange. N. J. The maternal grandparents or. And mrs. Jos calf than Indianapolis. Hid. The body will lie in state it the Ester Tom Lla mortuary this afternoon and tonight until . Funeral services will lie held at the holy ghost Catholic Smirch at . Tuesday. Msgr. A. N. Durr r will officiate. Burial will by in it. Calvary cemetery. Langevin mrs. Int tar 13 c 11 r Langevin 73. Died saturday night in a Hospital after a Brief illness. Surviving Art a daughter mrs. Ethel z. Borger. Tex. Three Brothers p r e i Pierce Phoenix Ariz. Elmer Folsom. Calif Ami Earl. Bakersfield. Calif a sister mrs. Webb. Mesa. Ariz. And two grandchildren. The body was taken monday morning to Border. Texas for services and burial. Arrangements were by the Exter tone la mortuary. Lovald Ekhard h. Lovall. 60. Resident o Santa pc 4 yrs. And former resident of Albuquerque fur 5 passed away saturday in Smita be. Following Long illness. He is survived by his mrs. Gay lbs old. Santa pc one daughter mrs. Abraham Rosc Naweli Here and t granddaughter. Or. Lovald was an agronomist for the Bureau of land management and had several posts with the United nations in . In China and the . In Santiago Chile prior to that time he Hud been with the Institute of Ultra american. Affairs in Honduras. Private funeral serv ices will be held tuesday at . In Palm Chapel the Strong Thorne mortuary with the Rev. Albert w. Tar Cannon officiating cremation will held in the Chapel of the Chimes air View Park crematory. The family no Fly ners. Memorials May be made to the cancer society. Funeral services for or. Evl Isaac Marq Itez were conducted monday afternoon from the Al Buen Samaritano Church. Pallbearers were Caprio Chavez Ellego Gonzales n o e Marquez. Jose Marquez Pete Garcia and Dan marquee interment was made in fall View Park cemetery with the Garcia mortuary 8th Stover so in charge. Peyton mrs. Benjamin g. Peyton g3. A resident of Marsh Dale Park Ever Ere Iii Colo., passed away late Batur Day evening in a local Hospital follow ing a Long illness. He is survived by his Jfe mrs Nell Peyton Here t w o daughters and his Mother. Or. Peyton was a member of the Catholic Church and a real estate Salesman. The body will be taken wednesday to Denver Cojo. For funeral services and inter ment in the National cemetery. It. Logs ii. Colo the Stron Thorne mor uary in charge of the local arrange ments. Pike mrs. Grace l. Pike so. Resi Dent of this City five years passed away in r local Hospital sunday after a Long illness. She resided at 1408 Grace be and is survived by two sons Reed Pike of Albuquerque Myryil Pike of the .u.s. Navy one. Brollier Fred w. The remains -111 be taken monday evening to Wichita. for services and internment. French fit Ziter uld mortuary in charge of the Powell i Owell mrs Powell ago 71, passed away saturday Mur Lnu at Helen surviving Are four sons. W. L. Emery Luke Wood. Cut Elf. Sherman Emery. Aztec n. M., Odd Emery Ditill n And ted Powell. De Queen. Ark three daughters mrs. Nancy Ray Las . N. M., mrs. Hoberta Emery ., mrs. Bernad Riib Brown. Quemado. N. Ten Ami three a great grandchildren p to n c r a i services it re held at . Elliis in the Church it Cli Alfil at Din. Will Rev. E. V. Folk officiating. Were ii h. Gibson Cecil Duck los. Joe Mut Fred Sauls Bony. Acc Coker and Ellis Mcphauil. Hong Alamogordo rites for mrs. Weber funeral services will be yield in Alamogordo for mrs. A l. Weber who died in a local Hospital saturday night after an illness. She was 78. Rirs. A Char lived at 4904 Aztec be. She was a Mem r of the methodist Church and order of Eastern Star. Surviving Are her husband three sons Robert of Albu i que and John. 2nd w. To Weber or. In Idaho and three daughters mrs. T. Toch Turman in Washington mrs. J. Sullivan in California and mrs. T. Simms of Albuquerque. French Fitzgerald con-1 ducted the service arrange ments. Organists to meet the Albuquerque chapter of the american Guild of organists will meet at 8 tonight at St. John s episcopal Cathe dral fourth and Silver so. The program will consist of compositions of local com j Poser Eunice Lea Kettering. J Sanchez funeral services far miss olympic Sanchez were conducted Mon Day morning from tie holy Rosary Church. Interment was made in at risen Emi Tery with the Garcia mortuary filth Stover so in charge. Bessie Belle Schmidt 81, passed it Way in a local Hospital Sun Civ Niue not after a Long illness. She i s idd at -1457 Avenicia oel sol be. Dining Here live months from Penn Sylvania slu1 was n member of hip apis Copil Church and is survived by one son Warland Pete Boyd of Albu. Pique a Sfier mrs. Kathryn a tar Kilili. Of Cincinnati. Ohio Tow remains will be taken tuesday in Cambridge Springs. A for services and interment. French Fitzgerald mortuary in charge of tlil1 arrangements. Standridge Horace Standridge fill. A resident of tins City for 7 yrs. Passi a away unexpectedly sunday morn ins in a local Hospital. He s survived by his wife. Mrs. Millie stand Ridge 5b48 delusion Way. So. Uni four daughters. Or. Standridge was a member of the Church of Odd o vet. Of Wei. And the n a v tie remains will be taken Mon Day evening to ills former Home in Murphy. N. For funeral Surv Lacfi and interment Hie Strong Thorne mortuary in charge of the local arrangements. Stanley or. Riley j. Stanley 43. Passed away Early sunday morning Fol lowing an illness of three weeks. Or. Stanley came Here fourteen years ago and was associated with lie de Black Chevrolet company. He was a member of the lutheran Church and a Veteran of w. W. Ii. Or. Stanley is survived by his wife. Mrs. Esther v. Stanley two Daugh ters Judith and Jayne his Mother mrs Mary Stanley six Sisters. Mrs. De Pendl Clon miss Helen and Luanna Stan Ley mrs. Ralph Cox. All of Albuquerque mrs. Fred Baker of Las Cruces mrs Hollo term flow in Kansas and mrs. Lloyd Jameson in Elpaso a brother. Or Charles Stanley in Kansas. Services will held the Sdiey morning at cd from the Immanuel lutheran re 300 we Kif tie Rev. Sibin Imd w Boege will officiate. Escorts will be Joe h. Rivera. Sven Swendson. A. H. Samuelson. .1. L. Follis. Russell mor Rison and Dave Farmworth. Interment will be made in Sunset memorial pars. Thou Nerhy services for or. Euclid cd c. Thornberry Werr held Mon Dav afternoon at o clock rom the Chanel in in Garden of tie French Fitzgerald Mortimre. The Rev. Russell v. Golf officiated. Escorts were Harold c. Pace. A. A. Arrington. Don b. Most Ley. Otis Goodner Woodrow Clev Snerr. Mid Charles sours. Honorary escorts were member of combined Field maintenance shop of new Mexico army a National guard. Interment was made in Sunset memorial Park. Weber mrs. Irene r. Weber. 7r. Passed away saturday evening in a local Hospital after an illness. She resided at Aztec be and is survived by her husband. Or. W. L. Weber three sons Robert c Weber of Albuquerque. John r Weber and w. L. Weber jr., both of Idaho three daughters mrs. R. A Amati. Of Washington. Mrs. J. Sullivan of. California and mrs c. I. Simms. Albuquerque. Mrs. Weber was n member of the methodist Church and order of Eastern Star. The remain., were taken monday Mir Nanc to Matanin Cordo n. for services and interment French Fiatt cram mortuary or. Chappo of the French Fitzgerald mortuary Chapel in the Garden i University . Pm. 3-4404 our entire efforts devoted to service Huey at tight i i Over 3v. Garcia mortuary Pablo Garcia owner Telephone Chapel 3-5222 cards for demos democratic precinct chair women will hold a Bridge party at Wilson Junior High 1133 Cardenas seat . May 28. Proceeds of the party will go to the democratic county organization. Tickets sell for is. Mortuary 930 Stanford drive be phone Al 6-3545 Linen Sumnr and uniform rental service York n. Y. Spot lit for the fint time science has found a Healing substance with astonishing ability to shrink haemorrhoids Stop itch ing pain without a retry. In one iwo Rohold Case after striking improve ment was reported and Veri fied by it doctor s observations. Puin was relieved promptly. And while relieving pain actual reduction or re unction shrinking took place. And most amazing of All Kis improvement Wai maintained in taxi where doctor s observations were continued Over a period of Many Menns in fact Multa were so Thor Ough that sufferers were to Iwko auth astonishing Lute ments As piles have ceased to be a and Rimon Trio a sufferers were n very wide variety of Hemo Rhoid conditions some of 10 to 20 years standing. All this without the use of narcotics aesthetics or Astrin gents of any kind. The secret i a new Healing substance Bio discovery of a world famous research institution. 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