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(BrewMcr) — of 3511 A Arizona Ave., Los Alamos, died at a local nursing home in Santa Fe Wednesday. Before moving to Los Alamos • twelve years ago, she resided in Santa Fe. She is survived by a son Richard B. Smith of Los Alamos a daughter Mrs. James C. (Barbara) Anderson Anderson of Los Alamos, and four grandchildren Staff Sgt. B. Smith Jr. and wife Jean of Denver, Colorado; Peter D. Smith of San Anselmo, Calif.; Patricia A. Lindl of Livermore, Livermore, Calif.; and James C. Anderson of Los Alamos. Private family graveside services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. al Guaje Pines Ccmtery with Rev. Verne Spindell of the United Church officiating. Family would prefer contributions to the Heart Fund in lieu of flowers. Arrangements are through Memorial Chapel Mortuary. FIFTEEN DAY MASS ANNOUNCING A Fifteen Day Anniversary Mass for the repose of the soul of James A. (Tiny) Salazar, Saturday May 4,1975 at 5:15 PM al St Frances Cathederal. All our friends and relatives are cordially invited to participate. participate. JIMMY AND ERNEDA SALAZAR AND FAMILY JACQUEZ, Hilario — Rosary will be recited this evening at 7:30 in the Chapel of the Espanola Funeral Home in Fairview. The body will be transported Friday to the Ensenada Catholic Church in Ensenada, where rosary will be recited at -7:30. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10:00 in the Ensenada Ensenada Catholic Church with interment following at' the Parkview Cemetery with friends of the family serving as pallbearers. Arrangements thru the Espanola Funeral Home in Fairview. KLISTF.R, Ella — Passed away at St. Vincent's Hospital last evening. Survived by her son. Father Irving Klister, former paster of Cristo Key Church and other relatives: Funeral •arrangements are pending and will be announced by Berardinelli Mortuary. THANK YOU We wish to thank our many friends and relatives and all those who were so kind during our recent bereavements on the death of our beloved, Frank Silva. We are most grateful for your kinds words of sympathy, condolences, the food offerings, floral offerings, offerings, and spiritual bouquets. Please accept our sincere gratitude. THE FAMILY THANK YOU' We wish to thank our many friends and relatives and all those who were so kind during oiir recent bereavements on the death of our beloved, Alfredo Martinez, Jr. We are most grateful for your kind words of sympathy, condolences, condolences, the food offering, floral offerings, and spiritual bouquets. Please accept our sincere gratitude. THE FAMILY. FRESQUEZ, Juan A. — Funeral services were held at 10:00 this morning from the St. Anthony Church in Dixon with Rev. Father Vidal Martinez celebrating the Requiem High Mass,. Interment Interment followed in the Dixon Catholic Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers were: Raymond, Daniel and Manuel Maeslas, Jr., Mark Reynolds, Richard Mendoza, and George Macstas. Block Salazar Mortuary in Espanola. TALAMANTE, Phillip A. 13, — a resident of Chromo, Colorado and Chama, New Mexico passed away yesterday afternoon as a result of injuries received in a motorcycle accident in Chama. He is survived by his ' parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank .Talamante of Chromo, Colorado; five brothers Frank Talamante, Jr. and wife Bernadetle of Chama, . Barnie Talamante of Ogdcn, Utah, Raynel Marlon and Jonathan Talamante of the MONUMENtS • BRONZE GRANITE ORDER FOR Home in Chromo, Colorado; four sisters Barbara and husband Gene Baugh, and Frances and husband Joe Ward both of Pueblo, Colorado, Marilyn and Rose Ann Talamante of the Home in Chromo, Colorado; grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Talamante of Chromo, Colorado; and many other' relatives. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced later by Block Salazar Mortuary in Espanola. MARTINEZ, Mel 14, — Son of Mr. and Mrs Orlando Martinez Martinez of Chama, New Mexico passed away yesterday afternoon afternoon as a result of injuries received in a motorcycle accident in Cliama. Further information and Funeral arrangements will be announced announced later by Block- Salazar Mortuary in Espanola. ' Walk Off Weight SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — The energy crisis, despite its many negative aspects, may be of positive value in reducing obesity problems, according to a physician at the University of California. Dr. Rudolph E. Noble, clinical instructor, predicted that gasoline shortages might cause as much as 12 pounds a month weight loss in people who were forced to walk instead of driving cars. But he hedged by saying it wouldn't work if people insisted on finding alternate means of transportation instead of shanks' mare. 'Zebra' SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) ' — Seven young black men arrested in predawn raids as the suspected "Zebra" killers are believed to be the ringleaders ringleaders of a terrorist cult called the "Death Angels," investigators investigators said today; Mayor Joseph I,. Aliolo said the "Zebra" killers were definitely linked with the slayings of 12 whites in -San Francisco since November and might be responsible for al least five more deaths. And he told reporters the group might have been involved in a total of 73 FDA recalls WASHINGTON (UPI) - The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) said today 12,BOO packages packages of health food sugar are being recalled because of a label promoting its use for diabetics and for those who wish lo prevent tooth decay. Ihe agency identified the product as "Sweet 'N Natural Fruit Sugar," said to be 99 per cent fructose, a fruit-based sugar. The FDA said there is a Santa Fe POLICE BLOTTER Miy1,l?7« A thEfl of gasoline was reporled al 725 A'ameda SI. A possible fire was reporled at ll-.e Young Citizens For AcTton, Alto Street. LoU matorcycles were reported on AAesa Verd* Street, Ft. iV.arcy Park, and Washirxj^cn Avenue. ' A recfclesi driver was reported on Old 5antd Fe Trail. A the!i wai reported at De Varqas Center. Gunstxils were reported on Camlno Rdrxheros. A light was reported at 101 Mesa Vertfe Ri>:h R Smith reporled a check iosl in the pJara area. MF.XICA.IV Published Sunday mornings and weekday afternoons, except Saturdays. Saturdays. New Year's Day. Memorial Oay; Independence Day, i.abor Day and Christmas, by me New Mexican, Inc., 202E.Marcy St., Sanla Fe. N.M. 87501. Entered as second class mail, postage paid at Santa Fe, N.M: SUBSCRIPTION RATES By-Carrier Daily and Sunday, S3.25 per monm; Sunday only, 2Scentsper issue, . collected rr.onlhty All carriers of Tt-.e New Mexican are independent contractors. Advance payments (or subscriptions may be made direclly to The New Mexican, Inc., as agent. No responstbilily lor advance payments Is assumed by Ihe company unless the money is paid directly to The New Mexican. ByMiil Daily and Sunday wllhln New Wex ico, S4.00 lor ore m with, SI 1.25 for three rnonlhs, 122.50 for six months, S4S.OO per year. Daily a.Td Sunday, outside New Mexico but within Ihe United Stales, Htn for one month, 11? M for three months, 12* 00 for Six months, 143.00 per year. Sunday only, 113.00 per year, witnin Ihe U.S. All mail subscriptions payable in. ad- vaxe. W.M. (Fred)Ouln(ana, Circulation Manager. Sanla Fe-»83.3»J Espanola-753 <»0 Tam—7Ji-}UI

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  1. The Santa Fe New Mexican,
  2. 02 May 1974, Thu,
  3. Page 2

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