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Tliis is the first phase of The Native American Obituary Project organized by the Family Histoty Center of Farmington, New Mexico. The project covers parts of __rizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah. It consists of 472 pages of obituaries that appeared in the newspapers listed below. The Daily Times of Farmmgton, NM The Winslow Mail Montezuma Valley Sun Cortez Journal Navajo Times Lake Powell Chronicle

The extracts from The Daily Times of Farmington cover several years and are in alpliabetical order. The others, which were included later, are listed in chronological order. Subsequent editions will be alphabetized, by newspaper. Our thanks to those who contributed to this issue, and helped to make it a success.

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INDEX OF OBITUARIES
KEY TO THE PAGE NUMBERS WHICH COME AFTER THE NAMES IN THE INDEX TO MAKE THIS INDEX WORK, YOU NEED TO NUMBER THE PAGES IN THE BOOK LIKE THIS:
1. EACH PAGE NUMBER STARTS WITH THE INTTIALS (BELOW) OF THE NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH IT CAME 2. THE FIRST PAGE OF EACH NEWSPAPER'S SECTION IS PAGE NUMBER 1, AND THEN NUMBER TO THE END OF THE SECTION 3. TT WOULD BE USEFUL TO HAVE THE INITIALS IN FRONT OF THE NUMBER ON EACH PAGE, JUST IN CASE THE PAGES BECOME MIXED UP 4. EXAMPLES: 4.1, THE 1ST PAGE IN THE ARIZONA DAILY SUN SECTION IS ADS 1. THE LAST NUMBER IN THAT SECTION IS ADS 39. 4.2. THE 5 T H PAGE OF THE FARMINGTON DAILY TIMES SECTION IS FDT 5. THE LAST NUMBER IN THAT SECTION IS FDT 349.

NEWSPAPER'S INITIALS
[AS USED IN THIS INDEX]

ADS = ARIZONA DAILY SUN CZJ = CORTEZ (COLORADO) JOURNAL FDT = FARMINGTON (NEW MEXICO) DAILY TIMES LPC = LAKE POWELL CHRONICLE NT = NAVAJO TIMES WM = THE WINSLOW MAIL

INDEX OF OBITUARIES

Atcitty, James FDT 5 Atcitty, Shari Denise FDT 2 Atencio, Billy Kee FDT 1 Atencio, Leo FDT 5 Atso, Jean FDT 9 Atso, Mary Joe FDT 8 Atson, Larry Clay FDT 9 Augustine, Barney FDT 3 Augustine, Billie FDT 1 Augustine, Nora N. FDT 4 Augustine, Rita FDT 5 Augustine, Tom T. FDT 12 Augustine, Wallace FDT 15 Augustine, William Jr. FDT 8 Austin, Buck FDT 1 Austin, Helen FDT 7 Baca, Felima E. FDT 21 Bahe Ason C. FDT 34 Bahe, Benjamin ADS 11&19 Bahe, Benjamin NT 4 Bahe, Julianna M. FDT 54 Bainbridge, Ben FDT 34 Bainbridge, Grace FDT 38 Bainbridge, Henry D. FDT 25 Bainbridge, Stanley FDT 31 Baker, Andrew A. FDT 40 Baldwin, Helen FDT 38 Baldwin, Lonin L. FDT 34 Bancroft, Mary Ann CZJ 1 Barber, Blyde FDT 24 Barber, Byron FDT 44 Barber, Clyde FDT 15 Barber, Irene Mae FDT 28 Barber, Lavonne FDT 61 Armenia, Glen J. FDT 1 Barber, Lena FDT 65 Armenia, Ramona FDT 2 Barber, Margaret FDT 21 Armenia, Theodore P. FDT Barber, Margret FDT 18 13&14 Barber, Nita S. FDT 21 Armenia, Willie C. FDT 2 Barber, Roy Sr. FDT 64 Armstrong, Dickson B. FDT 7 Barton, Harrison FDT 72 Arstrong, Alfred FDT 3 Barton, Mildred FDT 53 Arthur, Loretta Jane FDT 2 Barton, Rhiannon R. FDT 38 Arviso, Eva T. FDT 3 Bates, Celina M. FDT 61 Arviso, Mike FDT 3 Bates, Kenneth Sr. FDT 31 Ash croft, Wdson L. NT 7 Beard, Harold FDT 17 Ashley, Edwin Amold FDT 11 Becenti, Ervin R. FDT 36 Aspaas, Abbott J. FDT 3 Becenti, Grace P. FDT 61 Aspaas, Frank Sr FDT 2 Becenti, Louise A. FDT 67 Aspaas, Jayne E. FDT 12 Becenti, Louise A. FDT 71 Atcitty, Eugene R. NT 3

Adakai, Alvin FDT 5 Adams, Earl A. Sr. ADS 16 Adobe, Robert L. Jr. FDT 13 Ahasteen, Jim ADS 27&28 Ahkeah, Lanier M. CZJ 21 Aikele, Mary Dixon FDT 12 Albert, Lorenda R. FDT 10 Alfonso, Lucy FDT 10 Alfred, Annie Begay FDT 10 Alfred, Fredrick FDT 13 Allen, Alfred FDT 11 Allen, Ida Pettigrew FDT 8 Allen, Michael W. FDT 13 Allison, Jimmie F. Jr. FDT 4 Allison, Kee FDT 3 Allison, Pauline FDT 6 Allison, Tasbina R. FDT 6 Amaro, Virginia E. FDT 7 Anderson, Elsie W. FDT 2 Anderson, Mariah D. WM 31 Anderson, Mary FDT 11 Anderson, Ronnie R. FDT 4 Anderson, Skyler FDT 11 Andrews, Curtis Wade ADS 27 Antonio, Herbert Jr. FDT 7 Antonio, Ronnie FDT 2 Antonio, Tom Sr. FDT 1 Antonio, Tony Jr. FDT 8 Antonito, Coresa J. FDT 9 Aquilar, Roselyn B. H. FDT 4 Aragon, Loyola FDT 11 Archibeque, David Jr. ADS 33&35

Beck, Clifford FDT 23 Bedoni Elizabeth S. FDT 16 Begay, (infant) FDT 21 Begay, Agnes WM 30 Begay, Aileen C. T. FDT 33 Begay, Albert J. Sr. FDT 18 Begay, Amy George FDT 21 Begay, Amy S. FDT 21 Begay, Atcitty FDT 51 Begay, Atwell FDT 25 Begay, Belin Chee ADS 10 Begay, Ben T. FDT 52 Begay, Bennie FDT 17 Begay, Bessie C. FDT 70 Begay, Bigmountain WM 36 Begay, Charles Sr. FDT 69 Begay, Chee C. FDT 17 Begay, Colleen P. FDT 35 Begay, Comelia A. FDT 39 Begay, Dan FDT 41 Begay, Dan King FDT 26 Begay, Delowoshen B. FDT 29 Begay, Denet Yazzie FDT 20 Begay, Doris FDT 71 Begay, Dorothy D. FDT 56 Begay, Dorodry M. FDT 68 Begay, Elizabeth T. FDT 32 Begay, Ella Mae FDT 34 Begay, Elouise L. FDT 20 Begay, Esdespah FDT 47 Begay, Evelyn FDT 50 Begay, Everett N. CZJ 23 Begay, Filbert FDT 20 Begay, Frank FDT 33 Begay, Gary FDT 19 Begay, Gene Arthur FDT 23 Begay, George K. WM 41 Begay, Gerald D. FDT 27 Begay, Glenn FDT 36 Begay, Glensbah FDT 22 Begay, Grace J. FDT 44 Begay, Guy WM 5 Begay, Harold C. FDT 29 Begay, Harold FDT 27 Begay, Harrison C. FDT 38 Begay, Harrison FDT 17 Begay, Harrison FDT 24 Begay, Harvey FDT 27 Begay, Helen A. FDT 68

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Begay, Helen J. FDT 40 Begay, Henry FDT 24 Begay, Herbert FDT 36 Begay, Hosteen FDT 29 Begay, Hosteen N. FDT 32 Begay, Hosteen N. FDT 35 Begay, Irving FDT 24 Begay, Jack WM 30 & 31 Begay, James H. FDT 33 Begay, Jay King FDT 29 Begay, Jimmie Milford FDT 1 Begay, Joe B. FDT 59 Begay, Joe C. FDT 29 Begay, Joe Jr. FDT 28 Begay, Joe Yazzie FDT 30 Begay, John FDT 27 Begay, John Frank FDT 29 Begay, John H. FDT 40 Begay, John N. Sr. FDT 50 Begay, Johnny Y. FDT 18 Begay, Jor Hat FDT 39 Begay, Josephine E. FDT 32 Begay, Kee T. FDT 65 Begay, Keeyah H. FDT 21 Begay, Kendrick N. FDT 26 Begay, Kenneth H. FDT 37 Begay, Largo FDT 32 Begay, Lena FDT 26 Begay, Leo Nez FDT 20 Begay, Leroy H. FDT 40 Begay, Lester N. Sr. FDT 27 Begay, Lonnie F. FDT 69 Begay, Louise B. FDT 62 Begay, Lucas N. FDT 71 Begay, Lucille Nocki CZJ 5 Begay, Mabel H. FDT 25 Begay, Mamie Y. FDT 44 Begay, Mason FDT 15 Begay, Mason FDT 21 Begay, Maxwell FDT 70 Begay, Meda Sam FDT 16 Begay, Melton FDT 24 Begay, Melvin H. FDT 37 Begay, Michael C. FDT 39 Begay, Natesha FDT 59 Begay, Ned FDT 42 Begay, Ned N. Sr. FDT 68 Begay, Nelson Sr. NT 6 Begay, Nez Yazzie FDT 16 Begay, Oscar FDT 57 Begay, Philbert FDT 37 Begay, Philena FDT 37 Begay, Phillip R. FDT 37 Begay, Randolph T. Sr. FDT22 Begay, Redhorse FDT 22 Begay, Roberta A. FDT 35 Begay, Ronald C. FDT 41 Begay, Russell Joe FDT 25 Begay, Sadie FDT 47 Begay, Sadie FDT 50 Begay, Saldo FDT 32 Begay, Sandra Rose FDT 32 Begay, Sarah Ann FDT 15 Begay, Sarah Ann FDT 18 Begay, Stanley T. FDT 64 Begay, Tapaha N. FDT 51 Begay, Theodore FDT 26 Begay, Timomy FDT 56 Begay, Toh-Die-Cheeny FDT 30 Begay, Tony A. FDT 51 Begay, Tony FDT 30 Begay, Totsone FDT 20 Begay, Virginia M. FDT 15 Begay, Virginia M. FDT 19 Begay, Wallace L. FDT 25 Begay, Walter FDT 32 Begay, WilUe FDT 68 Begay, Wdlie W. FDT 25 Begay, Wilson Nakai CZJ 13 Begay, Yellowhair FDT 31 Begay,Ulysses A. FDT 71 Begaye, B'dagaih FDT 71 Begaye, Barnabas FDT 35 Begaye, Bennie FDT 33 Begaye, Franklin FDT 15 Begaye, Joseph Sr. FDT 58 Begaye, Marvin FDT 58 Begaye, Marvin FDT 60 Begaye, Paul Nez FDT 18 Begaye, Raymond FDT 203 Begaye, Ronnie C. FDT 36 Bekis, Anna Mae FDT 22 Bekis, David FDT 34 Bekis, Harvey FDT 20 Bekis, Lola B. FDT 53 Bekis, Simpson FDT 39 Bekise, Blayne L. FDT 69 Beleen, Jack B. FDT 56 Belone, Summer K. WM 6&10 Ben, Wilfred FDT 60 Benallie, Esther FDT 28 Benallie, John H. FDT 70 Benallie, Mildred E. FDT 19 Benailly, Herman FDT 23 Benally, Albert FDT 33 Benally, Alfred FDT 19 Benally, Amos Lee FDT 26 Benally, Ason Chee FDT 19 Benally, Betty Lou FDT 66 Benally, Bill Nah-C. FDT 67 Benally, Darrell E. FDT 61 Benally, Everett A. NT 5 Benally, Frank B. FDT 52 Benally, Harry FDT 66 Benally, Harry T. FDT 67 Benally, James D. FDT 28 Benally, Mae FDT 18 Benally, Norman W. FDT 28 Benally, Victoria T. FDT 66 Benally, Wenona T. FDT 67 Benally, Alice M. FDT 46 Benally, Allen FDT 31 Benally, Atcitty N. FDT 35 Benally, Bessie T. FDT 48 Benally, Bessie Tsosie FDT 16 Benally, Caryl Lee FDT 23 Benally, Cato FDT 37 Benally, Charley A. FDT 17 Benally, ClahZ. FDT 41 Benally, Cyrus FDT 36 Benally, Earl FDT 27 Benally, Edvem B. FDT 55 Benally, Elouise FDT 34 Benally, Gon FDT 37 Benally, Grace B. FDT 72 Benally, Hanison L. Sr. FDT 46 Benally, Helen FDT 19 Benally, Herman N. FDT 15 Benally, James FDT 55 Benally, Jeffrey FDT 35 Benally, Jim FDT 16 Benally, Jimmy P. FDT 20 Benally, John FDT 58 Benally, John Lee FDT 59 Benally, Junior FDT 23 Benally, Lee D. FDT 58 Benally, Louise T. FDT 38 Benally, Mary Ann FDT 63 Benally, Merlin L. FDT 48 Benally, Minnie C. FDT 63 Benally, Ned FDT 41

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Benally, Paul C. Sr. FDT 63 Benally, Paul Lee FDT 32 Benally, Rae FDT 26 Benally, Roy John FDT 46 Benally, Sadie FDT 24 Benally, Sam Jr. FDT 35 Benally, Sandra Mae FDT 27 Benally, Susie FDT 19 Benally, Thomas J. FDT 31 Benally, Wilbert J. Sr. FDT 44 Benally, Willie FDT 63 Benally. Harrison FDT 22 Benallyson, Bejebah FDT 22 B enaUyson, Jeffrey FDT 21 Benallyson, Nelson FDT 33 Benjamin, Rose L. FDT 62 Benn, Ronald J. CZJ 22 Benn, Tyler D. FDT 45 Bennalley, Byron V. FDT 58 Bennett, Raynard V. FDT 20 Benson, Elva Rose FDT 23 Bemitz, Nellie FDT 72 Beyale, Anna FDT 56 Beyale, April FDT 15 Beyale, Carolyn Rose FDT 64 Beyale, Johnnie C. FDT 34 Bia, Michael B. Jr. NT 9 Bidtah, Dorothy J. FDT 67 Big, Leonardo FDT 24 Biggambl er, Mary WM 39 Biggs, Lorenzo E. FDT 62 Biggs, Pearl C. FDT 53 Billie, Alfred CZJ 22 Billie, Bennie K FDT 36 Billie, Jimmie J. Sr. ADS 9 Billiman, Julia T. FDT 54 BiUy, Anthony C. FDT 39 BiUy, FrankUn FDT 28 BiUy, Loretta Mae FDT 41 BiUy, Timothy FDT 17 Bitahey, Demp WM 16 & 18 Bitsie, Atcitty Nez FDT 17 BitsiUy, Althea FDT 52 BitsiUy, Juanita J. FDT 39 Bizardi, Sam FDT 19 Black, Frances WM 27 Black, Victoria FDT 38 Blackhorse, Arcenio C. FDT46 Blackhorse, Grace FDT 54 Blackhorse, Mamie Y. FDT 65 Blackhorse, Mary CZJ 12 Buck, Wilson, FDT 83 Bunny, Jenny C. FDT 15 Bums, Hugh Gerald FDT 22 Burton, Jonathan CZJ 22 Burton, Joseph FDT 45 Burton, Maxine R. FDT 52 Byler, Edward Lee FDT 18 ByliUy,EUaFDT22 Caballero, Marie ADS 18 Cambridge, Ada FDT 81 Cambridge, Juanita C. FDT 80 Cambridge, L. & A. FDT 74 Cambridge, Larry H. FDT 99 Cambridge, Larry L. Sr.FDT96 Cambridge, Lorine L. FDT 77 Cambridge, Marian FDT 101 Cambridge, Sylvia S. FDT 86 Canuto, Mae A. FDT 75 Canute, Wendell E. FDT 74 Capitan, Ivane Lewis CZJ 9 Capitan, Ivene L. FDT 98 Captain, Roy FDT 77 Carl, Ralph Sutumpi ADS 21 Canico, MUdred C. FDT 100 Casey, Jay I. CZJ 5 Bowling, Juanita LPC 1 Cassador, Juan FDT 78 Bowman, Daniel FDT 32 Bowman, Frederick F. FDT 39 Castillo, Bonita R. FDT 81 Castillo, Casey FDT 76 Boy, Lukes FDT 33 Castillo, Edna G.H. FDT 96 Boyd, Henry FDT 62 Castillo, Jose FDT 76 Bradley, Louise H. FDT 48 Castillo, Juanita FDT 78 Bradley, WUbert FDT 42 Castillo, PhiUip FDT 82 Brewster, Robert F. FDT 24 Cayadito, Jose FDT 76 Brown, Dahabah FDT 42 Cayaditto, Betty K. FDT 88 Brown, Emma K. FDT 19 Cayatineto, James B. Sr. Brown, Joe FDT 36 FDT 92 Brown, John Kee FDT 18 Brown, John S. FDT 23 Chaca, Betty ADS 17 Brown, Maggie S. FDT 60 Chambers, Earl B. NT 7 Brown, Maggie W. FDT 21 Charles, David B. FDT 92 Brown, Maggie W. FDT 30 Charles, FarreU H. FDT 98 Brown, Roger R. FDT 57 Charles, Glenasbah FDT 96 Brown, Ruth M. FDT 60 Charles, Harriet FDT 88 Brown, WUson Ted FDT 47 Charles, Stanford H. FDT 77 Browneyes, Bogus FDT 37 Charles, Sylvia Ann FDT 73 Bruce, Tom Jr. FDT 26 Charles, WUUe FDT 78 Bruce, Wallace FDT 42 Charley, Amy M. FDT 98 Buck, Jim FDT 22 Charley, Andy FDT 91 Buck, Mary L. FDT 30 Charley, Benjamin L. FDT 102 Buck, Mary Pete FDT 47 Charley, Bessie Y. FDT 73 Buck, NeUie FDT 24 Charley, DahUa J.J. FDT 82 Buck, Wilson FDT 39 Charley, Elmerson R. FDT 80 Blackhorse, Nancy B. FDT 29 Blackie, Barbara C. FDT 40 Blackie, Betty L. FDT 52 Blackie, Chester FDT 65 Blackie, Gerald FDT 59 Blackie, Irene R. FDT 40 Blackie, Pete FDT 174 Blackwater, Frank P. FDT 19 Blackwater, Harvey FDT 65 Blackwater, JuUus FDT 35 Blueeye, Dorothy ADS 30 Blueeyes, Harrington FDT 69 BlueEyes, Jane FDT 55 Blueeyes, Louise L. FDT 41 Blueeyes, Mary FDT 45 Bluehorse, Ida Mae FDT 23 Bluehouse, Jasper FDT 57 Bluehouse, Red FDT 18 Bluff; BilUe FDT 55 Bonnie, Bemice FDT 52 Bonnie, John Henry FDT 17 Bouldin, Loretta A. FDT 41 Bouldin, Wofford A. Sr. FDT 30

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Charley, Fannie J. FDT 97 Charley, Helen Y. FDT 83 Charley, Henry N. St. FDT 87 Charley, Jerald J. FDT 79 Charley, Jerome FDT 95 Charley, Jimmy N. ADS 38 Charley, John FDT 76 Charley, John FDT 76 Charley, John FDT 84 Charley, Johnnie J. FDT 95 Charley, Nettie FDT 86 Charley, PhiUip FDT 99 Charley, Randall FDT 80 Charley, Tyrone J. FDT 77 Charley, Verma J. FDT 88 Charley, Virginia M. FDT 95 Charley, WUbert FDT 30 Charley, WiUiam H. FDT 78 Charley, WUson FDT 74 Charley, WUson Jr. FDT 86 CharUe, Fred FDT 100 CharUe, Gary A. FDT 80 CharUe, Jimmie R. Sr. FDT101 CharUe, Mary Skine FDT 93 Charlton, Hugh Y. FDT 75 Chados, Ruth EmUy FDT 84 Chavez, Brenda C. FDT 87 Chavez, Chester T. FDT 80 Chavez, Doris FDT 75 Chavez, Herbert FDT 82 Chavez, Jasper FDT 91 Chavez, Jimmy FDT 75 Chavez, Jimmy FDT 78 Chavez, Jose I. FDT 99 Chavez, Juan J. FDT 78 Chavez, Justin C. FDT 83 Chavez, Lindy FDT 99 Chavez, Lorenzo D. FDT 78 Chavez, Minnie H. FDT 83 Chavez, Stanley FDT 77 Chavez, Stanley FDT 79 Chavez, Valda Ann FDT 75 Chee, Bmce FDT 74 Chee, James FDT 81 Chee, Jonah W. FDT 73 Chee, Tommy FDT 82 Chee, WaUace FDT 92 Chee, WUson Jr. FDT 77 Cheeseman, CUfifor A. FDT 95 CheschUigi, Aaron C. FDT 96 ChiUy, Emma Jones CZJ 11 ChUly, Jean Denet FDT 81 Chiquito, Gladys V. FDT 94 ChischiUy, Tom FDT 82 Choate, Myrtle M. FDT 73 Cinniginnie, Bob H. FDT 86 Cisco, Harold Sr. FDT 94 Cisco, Henderson L. FDT 91 Cisco, Marie B. FDT 101 Cisco, Stephanie A. FDT 85 Clah, Bah FDT 76 Clah, Anna W. FDT 81 Clah, Edison FDT 102 Clah, Herbert T. FDT 74 Clah, Minnie FDT 85 Clah, Raylando R. FDT 83 Clark, Bobby FDT 95 Clark, Frank FDT 78 Clark, Lucy B.B.B. FDT 79 Clarkie, Steven FDT 87 Clashin, Rosalyn ADS 25 Claw, Charley Sr. FDT 82 Claw, UeneT. FDT 83 Claw, Maggie J. FDT 83 Claw, Robinson FDT 82 Claw, Tony FDT 79 Cleveland, Jane FDT 83 CUchee, NelUe E. FDT 103 Cly, Corine A. FDT 77 Cody, Elouise J. FDT 85 Cody, Jackson ADS 24 Cohoe, David R. FDT 81 Coleman, Shawn M. FDT 97 CoUins, David FDT 94 CoUins, EUen E. FDT 95 Cook, CUflford C. FDT 79 Cordova, Erma J. FDT 77 Com, Reed FDT 75 Court, Louise FDT 102 Coyote, Walter Albert CZJ 13 Coyote, WUUe CZJ 2 Craig, Ethelene T. WM 25 Crawford, Lorraine M. FDT 92 Cudei, Fred FDT 82 Curley Stanlely M. FDT 90 Curley, Benny FDT 79 Curley, David C. FDT 93 Curley, Edison Sr. FDT 97 Curley, Gerald F. FDT 93 Curley, Jolene FDT 73 Curley, Jose FDT 96 Curley, Judy W. FDT 80 Curley, Kenneth L. FDT 80 Curley, Myrphy V. FDT 78 Curley, Rachel FDT 98 Curley, Rachel W. NT 6 Curley, Ruby A. FDT 80 Curley, Vemon FDT 73 Curley, Vemon FDT 77 Curley, WUUam Sr. FDT 79 CurlyHair, Atcitty B. FDT 76 Curman, Johnathan M. FDT 16 Curtis, Barbara J. FDT 90 Curtis, Dionna E. FDT 78 Curtis, Louise D. FDT 79 Curtis, Marcus B. FDT 100 Curtis, Robert K. FDT 81 Curtis, Verne C. FDT 103 Curtis, Verne C. NT 9 CusoUto, Ruth A. FDT 100 DaUey, Danny Y. FDT 104 Dale, Charley FDT 106 Dale, Freddie Sr. FDT 112 Dale, Herman J. FDT 109 Dale, Mary C. FDT 109 Damon, Oscar A. FDT 111 Dan, Arthur H. FDT 110 Dan, Carmen W.WM 11 Dan, Christopher FDT 107 Dan, Edward W. FDT 106 Dan,ElroyE. FDT113 Dan, Florence C. FDT 107 Dan, Leonard L. Jr. FDT 109 Daniels, Eugene J. FDT 104 Daniels, Floyd ADS 8 Dannison, Daniel K. FDT 105 Daugherty, Ua M. NT 11 David, LitaM. ADS 3 Davis, Anslem G. FDT 108 Davis, Gloria A. FDT 116 Dawes, Chester FDT 106 Dayzde, Bertha Y. FDT 110 Deal, Leroy H. Sr. FDT 113 DeChiUy, Mary G. FDT 106 Dee, John N. Sr. FDT 106 Dee, Keith FDT 117 DenetchiUey, AUce FDT 107 Denetclarence, Irvin FDT 117 Denetclaw, WUfred F. Sr. FDT 114 Denetsone, Eleanor FDT 105 Denetsone, SteUa R. FDT 108 Denetsone, SteUa R. FDT 104

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Dennis, Nicole P. WM 2 & 8 Dennis, PhUbert WM 22 Dennison, Alex FDT 111 Dennison, Geneva A. FDT 105 Dennison, Larry FDT 105 Dennison, Leo Sr. FDT 104 Dennison, WiUard F. Sr. FDT 111 Descheene, Daisy M. FDT 104 Descheene, GUbert L. FDT 106 Descheeni, Sidney FDT 104 DeschUlie, Chee F. FDT 108 Deshnod, Leon FDT 111 Dez, Wayne FDT 115 Dick, CUfford L. FDT 105 Dickey, Harrison D. FDT 107 Dickson, EUen L. ADS 16 Dickson, Kennedi FDT 107 Diswood, Beatrice H. FDT 115 Diswood, Mary N. FDT 110 Dixon, Evan E. FDT 105 Dobey, Jack K. FDT 107 Dodge, Bertha FDT 105 Dodge, Lawrence FDT 113 Domingo, Frank Sr. FDT 117 Domingo, Kennedi FDT 112 Domingo, Marie B. FDT 116 Draper, Alfred FDT 119 Draper, Louise R. FDT 119 Dukepoo, Frank C. ADS 1 Duncan, Benjamin F. FDT 116 Duncan, DoUy A. FDT 116 Duncan, Larry FDT 107 Duncan, Rose M. FDT 105 Durand, Leland P. Ill CZJ 14&15 Dutchie, Arthur CZJ 24 Eagle, Amold FDT 122 Eaton, Rose M. FDT 120 Edd, Modesta C. WM 29 Edwards, Tom FDT 122 EUison, Robert E. FDT 121 Enoah, Frank Sr. FDT 123 Escalante, Shayleane J. FDT 122 Etcitty, Allen T. FDT 121 Etcitty, Hany FDT 121 Etcitty, Harry K. FDT 123 Etcitty, Jessie H. FDT 122 Etcitty, Lena L. FDT 120 Gecsek, Christopher L. FDT 132 George, Allen FDT 132 George, AmeUa FDT 131 George, Anna E. FDT 139 George, Betty FDT 132 George, Charles W. FDT 132 George, Esther FDT 133 George, Evelyn FDT 132 George, Hosteen N. B. FDT 137 George, Leo FDT 131 George, Marvin A. WM 3 & 9 George, Mary L. FDT 136 George, Navajo FDT 130 George, Royale L. WM 7 George, Sarah D. WM 21 George, WUUe FDT 131 George, WUUs FDT 134 GUbertson, Digna M. FDT 136 GiUwood, Joe FDT 134 Gleason, Gary FDT 133 Gleason, Roger FDT 131 Gleason, TUUe FDT 133 Goldtooth, Mary FDT 132 Gonnie, Raymond ADS 6 Goodluck, Clement J. Sr. FDT 135 Gordo, Fannie FDT 130&131 Gould, Benny FDT 132 Gould, Leo J. FDT 130 Gould, PoUyW. FDT 131 Gould, Robert FDT 137 Graham, DUUon J. WM 7 Gray, Hazel FDT 136 Gray, Sarah FDT 139 Gregg, Norma ADS 11 French, Marie Kanuho ADS 32 Guerito, Juan L. FDT 139 Fuller, NelUe WM 40 Gus, Infant FDT 131 Garcia, Elden T. FDT 139 Gus, James Sr. FDT 132 Garcia, EUiottB. FDT 135 Gus, JuUus FDT 130 Garcia, WUliam FDT 133 Guss, Hazel FDT 131 Garcia, WUUe FDT 131 Haceesa, Romolo FDT 144 Gardner, Melvin R. NT 8 Hadley, Sampson FDT 144 Garfield, Jimmy R. FDT 130 Haines, Jacob FDT 152 Garfield, Wayne FDT 134 Haines, Mary H. FDT 146 Gamanez, Clara FDT 136 Gamanez, James N. FDT 133 Halkenny, Nash FDT 145 HamUton, Mary A. FDT 154 Gamanez, Jean FDT 130 Hamlin, Lewy CZJ 8 Garaenez, Curtis Sr, FDT 137 Hammond, Clayton R. CZJ 25 Garaenez, Sam Sr. FDT 139 Hanagame, Gerry FDT 143 Etcitty, Lucy D. FDT 121 Etcitty, Mary N. FDT 120 Etcitty, Rose C. FDT 120 Etcitty, WUson FDT 121 Etsitty, Gene D. FDT 123 Etsitty, Lewis B. Sr. FDT 120 Etsitty, Ocie H. FDT 123 Faldez, Thelma M. FDT 307 Felix, Bessie M.M. FDT 129 FUfred, Irene H.L. CZJ 16 Ford, Mary FDT 125 Ford, Samuel FDT 124 Foster, Delbert D. FDT 126 Foster, Franklin T. FDT 127 Foster, Louise FDT 126 Foster, Richard FDT 124 Francis, Rita K. FDT 125 Francisco, Jimmy FDT 125 Francisco, Martin FDT 125 Frank, Aaron R. FDT 124 Frank, Clarence FDT 4 Frank, Floyd FDT 129 Frank, Kee J. FDT 124 Frank, Mary L. FDT 125 Frank, Rozina C. FDT 124 Frank, Shayanne R. FDT 128 Frank, WUUe FDT 129 Franklin, Janine N.D. FDT 128 Franklin, Orlando FDT 128 Franks, Delbert L. FDT 129 Frazier, Norman Sr. FDT 125 Fredricks-Reams, MicheUe Jean ADS 23 Fredy, John FDT 126 French, Donald H.L. WM19&22

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Henrera, Hazdibah FDT 145 Herrera, Mary L. FDT 147 Hesuse, Bertha M. FDT 153 Hesuse, Helen FDT 152 Hewey, Joe Sr. FDT 153 Hickman, Dean J. FDT 148 Hickman, Fannie FDT 142 Hickson, Albert Sr. FDT 147 Hight, Conine "Rose" CZJ 6 Hight, Conine FDT 164 Hijoe, Joe Sr. ADS 15 HUt, Theresa L. FDT 203 Hogue, Clarence Sr. FDT 150 Hogue, Clarke FDT 144 Hogue, David Sr. FDT 155 Hogue, Londa J. FDT 143 Hogue, Vemon J. FDT 146 Holdman, EmmaM. FDT 157 HoUday, Bennie FDT 140 Holyan, Emma L. FDT 140 Holyan, Margaret M. FDT 148 Homer, OpheUa L. FDT 159 Homer, Smrley H. FDT 148 Horse, Matthew K. FDT 143 Harvey, James FDT 145 Hoskay, Bennie Sr. FDT 159 Harvey, James Jr. FDT 141 Hoskay, Kee C. FDT 150 Harvey, John K. FDT 148 Hoskie, Chester H. FDT 147 Harvey, Larry J. FDT 140 Hoskie, Delphine FDT 142 Harvey, Lee R. FDT 145 Hoskie, Jim J. FDT 147 Harvey, Manson FDT 154 Hoskie, Jimmie FDT 143 Harvey, NelUe FDT 154 Hoskie, Joe FDT 153 Harvey, Roselene FDT 156 Hoskie, Roy H. FDT 155 Harvey, RusseU Sr. FDT 146 Hoskie, Tommie S. FDT 141 Harvey, Yazzie L. FDT 160 Hosteen, Annie E. FDT 152 Hasdale, Jeffrey L. FDT 40 Hatathley, Timothy J. FDT 141 Hosteen, Daniel FDT 146 Hosteen, Jim A. FDT 143 HatathU,NedA.FDT141 Hosteen, Jimmy FDT 155 Hatch, Louise CZJ 3 Hosteen, Wallace FDT 144 Hatch, Mike CZJ 17 Hawthorne, Clarence FDT 149 Hosteen, Wallace FDT 26 Hawdiome, James H. FDT 141 Hot, Chee FDT 143 House, Archie Sr. CZJ 2 Hay, Mary S. FDT 157 House, Norma J. CZJ 25 Haycock, Esther J. FDT 153 Howard, Glen FDT 148 Haycock, Rodney FDT 142 Howe, Gerald D. CZJ 26 Hayes, John FDT 141 Howe, Leonard D. FDT 145 Hayes, NelUe FDT 163 Howe, Mama B. FDT 146 Hayes, Tom FDT 142 Howland, Vincent FDT 150 Hays, Jason T. FDT 151 Howland, Vincent FDT 164 Hemphill, Carrol J. FDT 156 Hubbard, George FDT 141 Henderson, Earl B. FDT 158 Henderson, Gary W. FDT 161 Hufford, Gerald WM 14 Hulsey, James Rondyl ADS 16 Herder, Mary D. FDT 160 Hanagame, Rudi M. FDT 153 Hancock, Yetasbah FDT 149 Hanna, Frank Jr. FDT 150 Harris, Rowena A. FDT 142 Harris, MicheUe L. FDT 151 Harris, Ruth A. FDT 146 Harris, Tyler H. FDT 144 Harrison, Margaret J. FDT 145 Harrison, Andy FDT 140 Harrison, CharUe T. FDT 140 Harrison, EUzabetii O. FDT161 Harrison, Emmett FDT 147 Harrison, Juanita M. FDT 149 Harrison, Lucy J. FDT 161 Harrison, Rudy FDT 145 Harrison, Sadie FDT 143 Harvey, Davis FDT 143 Harvey, Benjamin FDT 147 Harvey, Betty FDT 148 Harvey, Davis FDT 146 Harvey, Etta R. FDT 140&143 Harvey, Harrison E. Sr. FDT 158 Hunt, Archie FDT 147 Hunt, Ivan FDT 151 Hunt, Ralph Sr. FDT 149 Huskay, Helen FDT 147 Huskay, Paul Sr. FDT 147 Ignacio, Alvin FDT 163 Ignacio, Harry FDT 162 Ignacio, Jimmy FDT 163 Ignacio, Jose FDT 163 Iron Moccasin-Gam enez, Alesia A. FDT 134 Jack, Earl FDT 189 Jack, Gabriel L. FDT 184 Jack, Laura R. FDT 165 Jack, Lenora J. FDT 165 Jack, Stanley Jr. FDT 173 Jacket, Ida K. FDT 182 Jackson, Benson D. FDT 182 Jackson, Robert FDT 184 Jacquez, Leon T. FDT 186 Jacquez, Lesley A. FDT 165 Jacquez, Tom NT 3 Jake, John FDT 172 James, Aaron A. FDT 187 James, Betty FDT 174 James, Ida WM 15 James, Kirt FDT 178 James, Raymond Jr. NT 3 James, Rose C. FDT 173 Jay, Anna L. FDT 176 JeUy, Harry CZJ 27 Jensen, George ADS 29 Jensen, James WM 35 Jim, Adam FDT 105 Jim, AUan D. FDT 174 Jim, AUen FDT 169 Jim, Buhne FDT 180 Jim, Charley FDT 167 Jim, Dan FDT 169 Jim, Emma FDT 173 Jim, Fred FDT 169 Jim, Hany FDT 170 Jim, Irene H. FDT 170 Jun, Joe FDT 170 Jim, Leo FDT 167 Jim, Lewis FDT 168 Jim, Mary FDT 170 Jim, Mary FDT 175 Jun, Mary T. FDT 165 Jim, Mrs. Pete FDT 167 Jim, Norman L. FDT 165

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Jim, Ora B. FDT 174 Jim, Paul R. FDT 168 Jim, Rita M. FDT 178 Jim, Ronnie FDT 174 Jim, Roxanne A. FDT 186 Jim,ShirleaA.FDT175 Jim, WUUam FDT 176 Jim-Harvey, Evelyn FDT 158 Jimmie, Marjorie S. ADS 8&10 Joe, Aaron L. FDT 175 Joe, Ambrose B. FDT 190 Joe, Arlene FDT 189 Joe, BeUe B. FDT 165 Joe, Eddie FDT 180 Joe, EUa C. FDT 186 Joe, Emma J. FDT 171 Joe, Harry FDT 171 Joe,HUeeFDT180 Joe, James C. FDT 188 Joe, Jose FDT 179 Joe, Karen M.P. FDT 169 Joe, Kathryn FDT 182 Joe, Larry J. FDT 172 Joe, Lee FDT 166 Joe, Lee FDT 166 Joe, Little FDT 171 Joe, Luther B. FDT 188 Joe, Manuel H. FDT 173 Joe, Mary FDT 167 Joe, Oscar O. FDT 168 Joe, Pauline N. FDT 175 Joe, Ronald P. FDT 165 Joe, Ruby FDT 172 Joe, Thomas S. FDT 181 Johle, Chee FDT 171&172 John, AUen K FDT 166 John, Bessie D. FDT 177 John, Charley FDT 174 John, Dorothy M. FDT 179 John, Elijah L. FDT 179 John, Eugene FDT 185 John, Garrick L. FDT 167 John, Ida M. FDT 168 John, Jake FDT 169 John, James J. WM 20 John, LUlyB. FDT 173 John, Lucy R. FDT 175 John, PhiUip FDT 178 John, Roman ADS 31 John, Sarah F. FDT 171 John, Willard FDT 184 Johnney, Melvin FDT 168 Johns, Helena M. FDT 191 Johnson, AUce K. FDT 170 Johnson, Amold E. FDT 171 Johnson, Bertha FDT 189 Johnson, Curtis G. FDT 175 Johnson, Daisy M. FDT 169 Johnson, Daisy M. FDT 185 Johnson, Daniel FDT 182 Johnson, Edith B. FDT 171 Johnson, Enos Jr. FDT 177 Johnson, Esther C. FDT 181 Johnson, Evelyn FDT 172 Johnson, Fred E. FDT 166 Johnson, Fred FDT 187 Johnson, Fritz R. FDT 171 Johnson, George L. FDT 166 Johnson, Herbert Sr. FDT 172 Johnson, Jennie FDT 27 Johnson, Jerry FDT 174 Johnson, Jim FDT 176 Johnson, Kee R. FDT 172 Johnson, LiUy P. FDT 168 Johnson, Little Joe FDT 166 Johnson, Lucy FDT 166 Johnson, Marie FDT 185 Johnson, Mary P. FDT 191 Johnson, Paul E. FDT 166 Johnson, Raymond CZJ 7 Johnson, Raymond FDT 188 Johnson, Rosalyn FDT 190 Johnson, Roy H. FDT 181 Johnson, Samuel J. FDT 168 Johnson, Thomas C. FDT 191 Johnson, Timomy M. FDT 168 Johnson, Wayne FDT 174 Johnson, WUUe Jr. FDT 187 Jones, Alfred O. FDT 186 Jones, Bessie B. FDT 165 Jones, Betty H J . WM 1 Jones, Daisy FDT 173 Jones, David T. FDT 173 Jones, Dorothy B. FDT 181 Jones, Gerald R. FDT 184 Jones, Jack FDT 169 Jones, Norman FDT 178 Jones, OUver D. FDT 170 Jones, Virginia FDT 186 Jordan, CUfford FDT 172 Josea, Eddie M. FDT 165 Juan, Alan FDT 177 Juan, AUce FDT 182 JuUan, Andy FDT 168 JuUan, Glenna T. FDT 172 JuUan, Kendrick C. FDT 190 JuUan, Timmy Sr. FDT 184 JuUanto, Haniett J. FDT 175 Jumbo, George FDT 176 Jumbo, Mary A. FDT 173 Jumbo, TuUy FDT 176 June, Donald A. Sr. LPC 2 Kay, Delvin FDT 193 Keams, Ruth L. WM 27 & 28 Kee, David FDT 193 Keetso, James FDT 192 Keetso, Jameson FDT 192 Keetso, YUthnapah FDT 195 Keith, Bessie B. FDT 195 Keith, CorneUa H. FDT 194 Keith, James P. FDT 193 Kelewood, Harry FDT 194 Kelewood, Irene N. FDT 192 KeUy, Uene FDT 194 KeUy, Loren ADS 24&26 KeUy, Sam FDT 195 KeUywood, Elizabeth C. FDT 182 KeUywood, Nelson Sr. FDT 192 Kenneth, Kendrick FDT 194 Ketchum, Francis FDT 193 Keyonnie, Emest M. FDT 192 Keyonnie, John Y.T. WM 29 Kieyoomia, Joey FDT 192 Kindle, David FDT 193 King, Jason Dwayne ADS 5 King, Jim B. Sr. FDT 196 King, Minnie B. FDT 195 KinUcheenie, Jayne FDT 197 Kinsel,KeeFDT193 Kirk, George H. FDT 195 Kirk, George Harlan ADS 1 KitseaUyboy, June P. FDT 196 Koinva, Don M. ADS 23&24 Kosea, Benjamin FDT 196 Kyselka,Otto J.FDT193 Lake, Stephen FDT 200 Lameman, John FDT 211 Lander, Lynsias L. FDT 211 LaneU, Tom FDT 198 Lang, Chicita AUce CZJ 18

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Lansing, Paul L. FDT 212 Lapahie, Henry L. FDT 202 Lapahie, Harry FDT 204 Lapahie, Horace FDT 203 Lapahie, Hugh FDT 198 Largo, John C. FDT 203 Largo, PahNiPah FDT 199 Largo, Roy D. FDT 210 Larvingo, Harold FDT 210 Larvingo, Khasity FDT 213 Laughter, Betty FDT 198 Lebuto, Henry T. FDT 201 Lee, Albert M. CZJ 28 Lee, Albert M. FDT 207 Lee, Asdzan C. WM 24 Lee, Ben FDT 199 Lee, Betty FDT 201 Lee, Betty J. FDT 211 Lee, Betty L.M. FDT 206 Lee, Calvin FDT 199 Lee, Charlene FDT 199 Lee, Danny A. Sr. FDT 207 Lee, David B. Sr. FDT 206 Lee, David CZJ 11 Lee, Eileen R. FDT 209 Lee, Emerson FDT 200 Lee, Harry FDT 198 Lee, Jim FDT 200 Lee, Jimmie FDT 201 Lee, Joe FDT 199 Lee, Joe FDT 205 Lee, Joe FDT 207 Lee, Joe H. FDT 199 Lee, John FDT 207 Lee, John FDT 210 Lee, John H. FDT 199 Lee, John H. FDT 202 Lee, John P. FDT 203 Lee, Kenneth FDT 204 Lee, Linda L. FDT 209 Lee, Lucy FDT 204 Lee, Maggie C. FDT 198&199 Lee, Maggie FDT 203 Lee, Mary C. FDT 202 Lee, MerceUa E. FDT 208 Lee, MicheUe FDT 203 Lee, NelUe FDT 202 Lee, Pauline C. CZJ 28 Lee, Pete FDT 198 Lee, Renea C. FDT 202 Lee, Richard E. FDT 200 Lee, Robert CZJ 28 Lee, Stella T. FDT 205 Lee, Susie A. FDT 199 Lee, Terry J. NT 2 Lee, Thomas FDT 201 Lee, Tom C. FDT 205 Lee, Tom D. FDT 200 Lee, WUUe FDT 212 Lehi, Frederick Albert CZJ 1 Lehi, Leroy CZJ 7 Lehi, Roger CZJ 29 Levi, Marie T. FDT 208 Lewis, CecU FDT 213 Lewis, Dick R. FDT 198 Lewis, EUzabetii R. FDT 208 Lewis, FideU B. ADS 24 Lewis, George FDT 213 Lewis, Glen FDT 212 Lewis, Joey D. WM 37 Lewis, Leroy FDT 206 Lewis, Nancy S. FDT 198 Lewis, Rose A. FDT 202 Light, Arthur FDT 201 Lilly, DaneU A. FDT 210 Lister, Delbert LPC 3 Little, Glenn J. FDT 200 Little, Vera FDT 211 Lomahoma, Minnie D ADS 37 Lomayesva, George R. WM 3 Long, CharUe Sr. ADS 36 Long, David P. WM 32&33&S4 Long, Esther FDT 199 Long, Sylvia C. FDT 201 Lope, Andrew M. FDT 209 Lope, Montoy FDT 202 Lopez, Harold FDT 198 Lopez, Jimmy K. FDT 201 Lopez, Pauline V. FDT 198 Lowe, Jonas FDT 204 Lupee, Flora S. FDT 205 Luther, Clara J.C. WM 16 Macy, Sylvia J. FDT 220 Martin, Lambert Sr. FDT 221 MahUos, Matt ADS 32 Madman, Allen FDT 214 Manmng, Ruth L. FDT 218 Manson, Jim NT 3 ManueUta, Harry C. FDT 218 ManueUto, Chelsea FDT 221 ManueUto, Hany D. FDT 215 ManueUto, Ua FDT 214 ManueUto, Marcus FDT 221 Manwell, Floripa FDT 220 Manwell, Jennie L. FDT 227 Manygoats, Jones FDT 217 Manygoats, PhiUip FDT 224 Manygoats, Ruth H. FDT 216 March, Robert FDT 215 Marshall, Raymond FDT 224 Martel, White Eagle Price CZJ 9 Martin, Jerry J. FDT 214 Martin, Larry FDT 214 Martin, Robert L. NT 8 Martin, Wilma FDT 214 Martine, Florence E. WM Martine, Florence E. WM 2 Martinez, Cheryl A. FDT 222 Martinez, Connie S. FDT 216 Martinez, George FDT 215 Martinez, Grade S. FDT 227 Martinez, Julian FDT 216 Martinez, Nelson G. Sr. FDT 227 Martinez, Rondy FDT 216 Martinez, Susie M. FDT 224 Mason, Bryan M. FDT 222 Mason, Eulanda FDT 218 Mason, Virgil E. FDT 217 Mastach, Arlene T. FDT 225 Mastii, Alfred FDT 227 Matchers, Oscar J. FDT 221 McCabe, Everett WM 14 McCabe, Sandra A. FDT 228 McCabe, WaUace FDT 229 McCauley, Leonard A FDT220 McClure, John H. FDT 230 McCurtain, Benjamin G. Sr. NT 10 McDonald, Alvin FDT 228 McDonald, Grace FDT 228 McDonald, Matilda J. FDT225 McKenzie, AmeUa R. FDT228 McKenzie, Calvin J. FDT 228 McKenzie, John FDT 229 McKinley, Dan FDT 201 McKinley, Edith L. FDT 229 McKinley, Flora B. FDT 229 McRoye, Lula M. FDT 228 Means, Sophia D. FDT 226

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Medicine Wolf, Dustyn R. J. CZJ 30 Mihecoby, Christina A. FDT 222 Mike, Charleston FDT 221 Mike, Floyd B. FDT 216 Mike, Helen F. FDT 214 MitcheU Helen K. WM 41 MitcheU, Lena S. FDT 227 Mitchell, Leroy FDT 226 MitcheU, Shawna L. FDT 216 Monroe, Kadierine ADS 3 Monroe, Mary FDT 225 Morgan, Timothy C. NT 2 Musket, Bah D. FDT 215 Mustache, Leo L. FDT 226 Nabahe, Jack Sr. FDT 232 Nabahe, Reginald FDT 238 Nabahe, Tommy R. FDT 237 Nahkai,AlUeB.FDT231 Nahlee, Eleanor M. FDT 233 Nahlee, Lawrence W. FDT 234 Nakai, James T. FDT 167 Namoki, VirgU ADS 35 Namoki, Virgil WM 24 Napie, Bobby FDT 238 Napoleon, Paul FDT 231 Nargo, Bessie C. FDT 232 Natani, Grace B. FDT 144 Natchapone, Teddy W. FDT 231 Negale, Draig A. FDT 233 Nelson, Ann D. FDT 233 Nelson, Betty FDT 237 Nelson, EUa Mae ADS 30 Nelson, Emest J. FDT 234 Nelson, George FDT 235 Nelson, Harold FDT 235 Nelson, Henry J. FDT 233 Nelson, Woodrow D. FDT 236 Newood, Lucy FDT 237 Newton, Bah Y. FDT 228 Nez, AUce F. FDT 232 Nez, Bitonie C. FDT 235 Nez, CaroUne G. FDT 232 Nez, Chavez A. FDT 237 Nez, Chee FDT 238 Nez, Don Jr. FDT 231 Nez, Dorodiy FDT 235 Nez, Duane G. FDT 231 Nez, Duane G. FDT 234 Nez, Gary FDT 240 Nez, Harry V. FDT 232 Nez, Henry S. FDT 239 Nez, Keeahnih FDT 232 Nez, Keedah H. FDT 232 Nez, Kendrick T. FDT 233 Nez, KinUcheenie FDT 235 Nez, Larry FDT 240 Nez, Louise G. FDT 231 Nez, Marcia H. FDT 234 Nez, Marjorie J. FDT 232 Nez, Mayo N. Sr. WM 23 Nez, Minnie FDT 235 Nez, She-nah-bah-bU-nih FDT 234 Nez, Todicheenie Y. FDT 234 Nez, Tom A. FDT 239 Nez, VUginia T. FDT 239 Nopah, Helen Ann ADS 34 Norberto, Eva S. FDT 231 Norris, Robert FDT 236 Norton, Leonard FDT 234 Notah, Minnie FDT 233 OUver, Paul FDT 241 OUver, Roger FDT 241 Pablo, Angeline A. FDT 251 Pablo, Frank FDT 246 Pablo, Harold A. FDT 245 Pablo, WUson B. FDT 248 Paddock, Edward K. ADS 14 Paddock, Layton WM 17 PaUner, Frederick FDT 242 Panett, Edgar W. FDT 244 Patrick, Kirk T. ADS 13&15 Patrick, Thomas Jr. ADS 6 Patrick, Vera FDT 244 Patterson, Joe T. FDT 243 Paul, Alvin FDT 249 Paul, LaVema M.C. FDT 244 Paul, May FDT 243 Paul, Tom L. FDT 251 Peabody, Pamela L. CZJ 18 Peabody,McKean CZJ 12 Pearson, Conway C. FDT 247 Peshlakai, Daisy FDT 243 Peshlakai, Peter FDT 253 Peshlakai, PhiUip FDT 242 Peshlakai, Robert Sr. FDT 23 Peshlakai, Robert Sr. FDT 242 Petago, Nadianiel FDT 248 Pete, AUce FDT 246 Pete, Burke W. FDT 251 Pete, Daniel FDT 246 Pete, Harold FDT 247 Pete, Jeanette FDT 242 Pete, John FDT 243 Pete, John N. FDT 249 Pete, Maty J. FDT 243 Pete, Nason L. FDT 253 Pete, Nina FDT 250 Pete, Pamela M. FDT 245 Pete, Vera FDT 248 Peter, Mabel D. FDT 244 Peters, Amos FDT 253 Peters, David W. FDT 247 Peters, Jim J. Sr. FDT 250 Peters, Roselyn FDT 246 Peters, Sheridan R. FDT 249 Peters, Thomas L. FDT 246 Pettigrew, Bertha FDT 242 Pettigrew, Leonard FDT 244 PhiUip,freneY. FDT 247 PhiUip, John ADS 28 PhiJUps,AbeFDT248 PhiUips, Helen FDT 245 PhiUips, Rhoda T. FDT 250 PhiUips, Sidney FDT 243 PhiUips, SteUa M. FDT 244 Pine, Brenda A. FDT 249 Fine, Hazel N. FDT 243 Pine, Helen S. FDT 253 Pine, PhUbert FDT 252 Pinto, Guy FDT 252 Pinto, Jack FDT 251 Pinto, Jonathan FDT 245 Pinto, Lucy C. FDT 243 Pinto, Marie FDT 244 Pinto, Mike FDT 245 Pinto, Rosie L.W. FDT 246 Pinto, Roy C. FDT 247 Pinto, Sarah FDT 252 Pinto, Stewart M. FDT 245 Pioche, Charley J. FDT 252 Platera, BUI FDT 242&243 Platero, Chester B. FDT 247 Platero, Jane L. FDT 245 Platero, Jimmy FDT 244 Platero, Michael E. FDT 242 Platero, Tony A. FDT 247 Pol eheptewa, Bessie WM 24 Police, Mary G. FDT 242 Poyer, Feddie L. FDT 245

INDEX OF OBITUARIES
Poyer, Susie ADS 33 Poyer, Thompson FDT 252 Puggie, Tom FDT 245 Rafael, Mary L. FDT 258 Rafael, Mary L. FDT 259 Ramone, Tom D. FDT 254 Ramone, WilUe D. FDT 254 RandaU, Dick Sr. FDT 257 Ray, AUce Z. FDT 254 Raymond, Christine FDT 258 Raymond, Old Lady Poup FDT 255 Redbird, Dorotiiy B. FDT 255 Reddye, Sam D. FDT 255 Redfoot, MeUie Mae CZJ 10 Redhouse, Dominick O. FDT 256 Redhouse, Oscar NT 10 Reed, John F. FDT 255 Reid, Geraldine FDT 254 Reid, WendeU FDT 254 Reuben, Dorothy FDT 255 Reyes, Esther WM 36 Reyes, Lorenzo Q. WM 5 Riggs, Myra WM 21 Roanhorse, Annie G FDT 255 Roanhorse, Hosteen FDT 254 Rock, James FDT 255 Rodriguez, Joanne JB FDT 258 Roe, Corena FDT 258 Root, Robert Hemp CZJ 12 Roy, EUzabeth H. FDT 257 Roy, Nelson B. FDT 257 Roybal, Rudy A. FDT 255 RusseU, Orlando FDT 254 RusseU, Theresa R. FDT 257 Saganey, Daniel B. FDT 261 Sage, Evelyn ADS 32 Sagoney, Doris M. FDT 265 Sala, Louise H. FDT 263 Sala, Sam Sr. FDT 278 Saltwater, Anita FDT 266 Saltwater, Minnie FDT 277 Saltwater, Rose FDT 282 Saltwater, Ruby B. FDT 270 Saltwater, Waylong C FDT277 Sam, Alfred FDT 262 Sam, Allen H. FDT 264 Sam, BiUie FDT 263 Sam, David FDT .261 Sam, Earl FDT 260 Sam, Fred FDT 261 Sam, George FDT 260 Sam, Lee J. FDT 262 Sam, Rose L. FDT 264 Sam, W. Kenneth FDT 265 Sanchez, Bessie FDT 266 Sanchez, Carlene A FDT 278 Sanderson, George W FDT265 Sandoval, Elaine J. FDT 262 Sandoval, George L. FDT 268 Sandoval, Harrison FDT 263 Sandoval, James FDT 261 Sandoval, Joe FDT 263 Sandoval, Joe J. FDT 281 Sandoval, Katie S. FDT 263 Sandoval, Margaret A FDT269 Sandoval, Martha FDT 268 Sandoval, Wayne FDT 262 Sandoval, WiUiam FDT 263 Sanford, BiU G. FDT 274&27S Sanisya, Darian V. FDT 275 Sanisya, Toni T. FDT 268 Saumptewa, Owen ADS 7 Scott, ChristabeUe L. FDT 262 Scott, CUfford R. FDT 261 Scott, Rita M. FDT 273 Scott, Serinda WM 36 &38 Segay, Bessie ADS 22 Segay, Bessie NT 5 Sellers, Louise FDT 276 Sells, Barbara J. FDT 263 Sells, Cato M. FDT 270 Sells, Jean FDT 264 Shabi, Raikayla L. FDT 278 Shaggy, Curtis FDT 260 Shaggy, Mae B. CZJ 17 Shannon, Rose J. FDT 276 Shay, Thomas FDT 282 Sherman, Daisy M. FDT 281 Sherman, James FDT 273 Sherman, MeUssa S. FDT 260 Shields, Etta G. FDT 262 Shields, Freddie FDT 266 Shirley, Louise FDT 261 Shirley, Walter D. FDT 261 Shorthair, Bessie FDT 260 Shorthair, Jean FDT 279 Shorthair, Raymond FDT 265 Shorty, Dooley D. Sr. NT 4 Shorty, Edith E. FDT 260 Shorty, Harry Sr. FDT 264 Shorty, Paul FDT 266 Shula, Lonaine WM 26 SUver, Jerry Sr. FDT 270 SUversmith, George FDT 260 SUversmidi, Judy B. FDT 264 SUversmith, Kennedi FDT 265 Simpson, Dick FDT 263 Simpson, Dickson S. FDT 264 Simpson, Judas X. FDT 279 Simpson, Tsosie A. FDT 272 Suns, Irvin FDT 278 Sims, Larry FDT 264 Sims, Lonaine FDT 278 Singer, Winona L. FDT 264 Siweumptewa, LaVem WM 10, 12 & 13 Six, Yvonne ADS 4 Skookum, Linda R. WM 32&35 Slim, Frank FDT 282 Slowman, Roddy FDT 266 SlowtaUcer, Mary WM 33 & 34 SmaU ey, Joe A. Sr. FDT 278 Smith, Bobby FDT 268 Smith, Bobby T. FDT 265 Smith, Carol A. FDT 261 Smith, Clara J. FDT 277 Smith, Freddie Sr. FDT 279 Smith, Harris FDT 273 Smith, Harry NT 6 Smith, Henry ADS 31 Smith, Jessie L. FDT 260 Smith, Kenneth FDT 276 Smitii, Lawrence E. FDT 281 Smith, Lee FDT 265 Smitii, Margie ADS 20 Smith, PhylUs M. FDT 260 Smith, Preston C. FDT 274 Smith, Rose M. FDT 272 Smith, Thomas FDT 273 Smith, Walter L. FDT 265 Sneak, BiUy FDT 261 Sneak, Marie FDT 278 Soce, George B.Sr. FDT 267 Soce, Herman FDT 263 Soce, Samuel G. FDT 267 Sonelhorse, Tony Jr. FDT 261 Spencer, AUen Y. FDT 269 Spencer, Annie K ADS 29 Spencer, Harry A. FDT 266 Spencer, Joshua J. FDT 263

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Stevenson, Katherine C. FDT 277 Story, Jerald C. FDT 276 Suetopka, WUUe ADS 39 Sulu, Tom M. ADS 12&13 Sutton, Jimmy ADS 18 Sylvester, Charles H. FDT 269 Sylvester, Jessie C. FDT 282 Tabbee, Clement CZJ 31 Tabbee, Weldon CZJ 6 Tachene, Alfred T. Sr. FDT305 Taliman, Henry A. Jr. FDT293 Talk, Brian K. FDT 298 Talk, Fred FDT 284 Talk, Ned FDT 313 Talk, NelUe M. FDT 284 Talk, Robert R. FDT 287 Talk, Travis J. FDT 301&303 Tallbird, Anthony CZJ 31 Tallbrother, Louis HI FDT 284 Tallbull, Shelly L. NT 6 Taliman, Sadie FDT 285 Tan, Terrance E. FDT 299 Tapaha, Beth J. FDT 300 Tapaha, Davidson T. FDT 291 Tapaha, Jimmy Sr. FDT 299 Tapaha, Mary A. FDT 295 TashnebuUy, Nancy FDT 299 Thomas, Edison FDT 299 Taylor, Daniel FDT 301 Taylor, Dennison FDT 287 Taylor, Edna CZJ 11 Taylor, Gene J. FDT 287 Teller, EUzabeth FDT 293 Teller, Sam K. FDT 304 Teswood, Roy A. FDT 296 Thomas, David M. Jr. FDT293 Thomas, EUzabeth FDT 288 Thomas, Jeremiah J. WM 37 Thomas, Lucy FDT 300 Thomas, Mary B. FDT 288 Thomas, Mary I, WM 15 Thomas, Robert L. FDT 288 Thomas, Tola B. ADS 20 Thomas, Virginia FDT 290 Thomas, Vivian L. FDT 285 Thomas, Wanda L. FDT 286 Thompson, Randolph Sr. FDT 305 Tibbitts, Joseph J. FDT 295 Tihe, Thomas FDT 298 Tinhord, Carol FDT 283 Tisi, Fredrick "Ed" ADS 17&34 Todacheene, frene C. FDT 297 Todacheene, LucUle FDT 287 Todacheene, Susan FDT 296 Todacheene, Vemon FDT 1 Todacheene, Vina M.P. FDT 292 Togisala, LUUan F. FDT 295 Toglena, Larry FDT 285 Tohdacheeny, LUy K. FDT284 Tohdecheney, NeUie FDT 306 Toledo, Calvin FDT 306 Toledo, CharUe Y. FDT 294 Toledo, Chester FDT 283 Toledo, Juan FDT 284 Toledo, Lewis Sr. FDT 286 Tom, Bessie FDT 289 Tom, BiUy FDT 290 Tom, EUzabeth L. FDT 285 Tom, John FDT 305 Tom, Leo FDT 286 Tom, Nonabah FDT 284 Tom, Rita FDT 298 Tom, Robert N. FDT 297 Tom, Roderick S. CZJ 31 Tome, Deswood B. FDT 289 Tome, Lee FDT 284 Tonemah, Kathleen WM 3 Toney, Robert Sr. FDT 294 Toney, Terison L. FDT 283 Topaha, Jasper D. FDT 294 Toso, Janice CZJ 4 Tree, Carrie FDT 305 TrujUlo, Lee FDT 288 TrujiUo, Roy FDT 301 Tsinnie, Orlando FDT 290 Tso, Alvin FDT 288 Tso, Bertha FDT 302 Tso, Clarence Sr. FDT 285 Tso, Debbie S. FDT 283 Tso, Delano J. FDT 295 Tso, Horace H. FDT 289&290 Tso, Judy A. FDT 286 Tso, KendaU FDT 297 Tso, Lorenzo FDT 300 Tso, Montgomery FDT 291 Tso, Richard B. FDT 288 Tso, Sarah G. FDT 287 Tso, Terry FDT 290 Tsosie, Althea L. FDT 313 Tsosie, BettyL. FDT 298 Tsosie, Caroline FDT 283 Tsosie, Clarence Sr. FDT 296 Tsosie, Connie FDT 313 Tsosie, David FDT 292 Tsosie, DeUa A. FDT 286 Tsosie, GUbert FDT 285 Tsosie, Grant T. FDT 295 Tsosie, Hanagani FDT 288 Tsosie, Harrison FDT 285 Tsosie, Hanison FDT 313 Tsosie, Hoskie T. FDT 290 Tsosie, Jennifer Y. FDT 302 Tsosie, Jeremy FDT 285 Tsosie, Jim FDT 286 Tsosie, Joann R. WM 9 Tsosie, John FDT 286 Tsosie, Lorenzo L. FDT 283 Tsosie, Loretta M. FDT 301 Tsosie, Mary FDT 290 Tsosie, Mary N. FDT 304 Tsosie, Myra CZJ 16 Tsosie, Ned FDT 289 Tsosie, Tommie P. FDT 303 Tuley, Herman E. FDT 288 Tungovia, Hope ADS 6 Tutt, MUton D. FDT 284 Tutt, Timotiiy FDT 289 Tyler, Freddie L. FDT 289 Tyler, James FDT 295 Tyler, PhiUip FDT 287 Valdez, Arthur Jr. FDT 308 Valine, EUzabeth M. FDT 307 Van Zandt, Florence FDT 311 Velarde, Bessie FDT 309&310 Vicenti, JuUan B. FDT 307 Victor, Eddie FDT 309 Victor, Mae FDT 307 Victor, Randall L. FDT 311 Victor, VoncUle FDT 309 Victor, WUUam FDT 309 Victor-Kinlicheenie, Jayne A. FDT 197 VigU, Eldred A. Sr. FDT 311 Vigil, Frank FDT 307 VigU, Howard FDT 307 VigU, Mary W. FDT 310 Vigil, Ruby Y. FDT 307 VijU, Mary A.D. FDT 311 Wadsworth, EUa FDT 318

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ANTONIO-Funeral service ; (j .for Tom Antonio Sr., 53, FarmpP ington are pending at Cope & Memorial Chapel. He died51 ###BOT_TEXT###gt; Friday-at the Public Healthf / Service hospital in Shiprock..<. Survivors include his wife,: EsterD., of Bisti; five sons, \ Tommy," Timothy, Thomas MajTis,v;,.Teddy;. James and Ti^sTThillipijM of;Tarmingfen; 'sevein'flaughtets,Ruth • Shepard,; Sally Nelson, Sheila Antonio and Sharon Antoriib, all of Farmington,- Sadie Tolino, of BrimhalU Sarah Brady and Susan Tolino, both \ of Gallup; five brothers, Joe of I Frultland, Charlie of Farm-. < ington, Tony, of Bisti,; Samuel, ! -Los Angeles and - James' of : Shiprock; three sisters, Marie Nez, ,• Shiprbck, Ttose\ Warren and Helen Dale, both-of Farm- . ington;, parents, Mr; and Mrs. Taylor Jones of Fruitknd; and 12 grandchildren.

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AUGUSTINE— Funeral Service is set for 2 pjn. Tuesday ' at Lee and Oviatt Chapel for ! Billie-Augustine, 55, oi\ Nageezi, who died O a heart f attack last Tuesday. Born July 4, 1919, in Nageezi _0;; Juan j Augustine -and Nora -Morboto'^' he was a laborer and member of the LDS church. He .__"a* lifelong resident of the.state who served in the: World War H from 194? to 1946. Officiating at the funeral will be Al Chapman. Pallbearers will be Paul Augustine, Dennis Augustine, James Augustine, Charles LaNalle, Frank Beyale and Andy Narberto. Graveside services at Greenlawn Ceme.tery will be conducted by Veterans O Foreign Wars Post f 2182. Survivors include three sons, Paul Augustine, Eddie A u g u s t i n e and H a r r y Augustine of Albuquerque;, a daughter,, Irene Augustine of Albuquerque; three brothers, John Augustine, Herman Augustine and Dennis ', Augustine, and two sisters Eunice Davis and Rita Augustine;/

ARMENTA—Rosary for Glen J. Armenia, 22, of Bloomfield, will be said at 7 pjn. tonight at Cope Memorial Chapel. Funeral service. is pending. Armenia, who died at San Juan Regional Medical Center on Saturday, was an oiler for El Paso Natural Gas Co. Survivors include his wife, Roberta J;; one son, Mario; one daughter, Maria; parents, Mr:-.and Mrs. Paul Armenia; three sisters, Teresa Armenia, Pricilla Armenia and Delia Armenia; four brothers, As. sensio Castillo, Paul Armenia, all of Bloomfield, Tony Salazar of Midland, Tex., and i Rubin Armenia, with the U.S. Navy. • i .11 • ATENCIO—Funeral Service for Billy Kee Atencio, 44, of the Escrito Trading Post, will be held at noon Tuesday at the LDS Church in Escrito with Al Chapman officiating. Burial will be in the Escrito Cemetey. Pallbearers will be Frank Beyal, Albert Atencio, Dave Valine, Calvin Atencio, Leo Atencio and Harold Atencio. Atencio died Thursday as the result of an auto-pedestrian accident on Highway 44 near Lybrook! He was born Dec. 10, 1932, in the Nageezi area and was a lifetime resident of New Mexico. He'was a disabled railroad worker and was a member of the LDS church. He is survived by his wife, Esther Atencio; five daughters, Lorraine Atencio, Dorothy, Agnes, Clara and Elizabeth; four sons, Calvin, Harold, Danny

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. ANDERSON — Funeral service for Elsie W. Anderson, 65, of Fort Defiance, Ariz., were held at 10 ajn. Saturday a'tl Our Lady of Blessed Sacrament Catholic" Church in Fort I.fiance with the Rev.: John Mittlestadt officiating. Mrs. Anderson died Wednesday at • the Veterans Administration Medical Center at Tucson, Ariz. Rosary is to be recited in the family home at 7 p.m. today. Mrs. Anderson is suri vived by .wo. daughters, Charlotte, Greenstone of Fort 1 Defiance and Anna Anderson ; of Shiprock; and three sons, : Edward Nelson Anderson, Louis Anderson and Wilson f Anderson, all of Fort Defiance. f There are 24 grandchildren. Pallbearers are to be Norman McLemare, Wayne Dennison, Frank Aspaas Jr., Edward Anderson I n , Larry Nahlee and Lewis Greenstone.. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel of Gallup. . ARTHUR — The funeral of Loretta Jane Arthur, 19,. Fruitland, who died Monday was; set for 10 ajn; today at Navajo Methodist Mission with the Rev. Fred W. Yazzie officiating. Burial was in Memory Gardens. Survivors include 1 her. father, John Arthur Sr., a 'daughter, Sonja Lee Bennett; seven brothers, George Arthur, Raymond Arthur, Bobby ! Arthur, John Arthur Jr., Ernest Lampne, all from Fruitland; Harris Arthur, | Washington, D.C, and'Buddy ' Arthur, Farmington; two sisters, Priscilla Mac Arthur, Phoenix, Ariz., and Eva Tso, .Fruitland; and two aunts, Nellie Davis of Burnham and Lillian Lee of Aneth, Utah. Serving as' pallbearers were Albert Davis, Ernest Lamone, Bobby Arthur, George Arthur, "Raymond Arthur and -John Tso. Cope Memorial Chapel was in charge of arrangements:Ap-I Skfit, I ^ l A | j I i
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\ ; VARMENTA — Funeral service for Ramona Armenia, 54,v i Blanco, will be at 1 pjn. Saturday at the Brewer Funer. i al Home chapel. Burial will.be ; in Greenlawn; Cemetery. Mrs. Ar__nto. died; Wednesday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. She was born March j 16, 1924,; at Pob-Bisti, the ! daughter of Gltahih Soh Bega ' Chee and Dinay: Deel Bitsoih. ! She was married to Louis; Armenia Feb. 18, 1971, at Shiprock. Survivors include four daughters, Katherine F. Sells of Shiprock,. Bertha; M.; Harvey ^nd, Rose Marie Harvey of;Huntington Beach,; Calif.; arid Bertha M. Harvey^ of Fruitlarid; a son;: Wilford R. Harvey, F r u i t l a n d ; two brothers, Sam Ford DeschilUe^ Burlej?, Idaho, and Jerome Desdutlie; South Gate, Calif.; and three sisters,; Bessie, John and; Jane Jones, of Upper Fruitland, and Mary John of Fruitland. There are six

• ANTONIO — Funeral serh vice for Ronnie Antonio, 14, 1 Carson, will .be at 1 • p.m. i Saturday at Cope Memorial ( Chapel with' Howard Begay | officiating. Burial will be in ! Memory Gardens. Antonio, i ASPAAS . — Rosary . ; for, ; ! whowouldhave celebrated his ; Frank Aspaas Sr., 65, who died : i j 15th birthday Saturday,X died | Thursday, will'be recited at, 8 ( j Sunday-at Carson, He was a jp.m. Tuesday at Christ the J ( student at Dzilth-Na-o-dith^hle ( King Catholic Church in.Ship- ' j School.; Survivors' include his i rock. His funeral service will j mother, Mrs. Mary Antonio of ! be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the .:., Carson;; a sister; Lorraine | church with Father Larry i i Antonio;:. four: brothers,' Jim- Schreiber officiating: Burial : I mie-Antpnio, Tonie Antonio I will follow in the Shiprock ; Jr., Gary Antonio and Leroy • Cemetery with a graveside ; .. ' Antonio,: all of Carson; a ; i ceremony conducted by the "" stepbrother, Leonard Frank of; Shiprock post of the Veterans : S a l t Lake C i t y , Utah. ! of Foreign Wars for Aspaas, a i Pallbearers will be Jimmie j World War II veteran. Suri Antonio; James Simpson, Sam ! vivors include his wife, Faye Begay,: Law Yazzie and Floyd j Aspaas; six sons, Frank, i Dale. Funeral arrangements , Chris, Anthony, '•' Michael; . Duane and Dawlin Aspaas; are under the direction of Cope : ;five daughters, Wanda Atcitty, Clinath Alexander, Priscilla KeUywood, and Karla and! Julia Aspaas; one-brother, . Abbor Aspaas;- one' sister, Daisy Martin; and-23 grandchildren. Arrangements1 are under -the direction of Basin M o r t u a r y ^ (Cjg^ f^fcA) grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Gary M; Sells, Raymond Smith, Ronald Harvey, Harrison Yellowman, Freddie Smith, Stanley Simms: Funeral, arrangements are j u t i der the direction df Brewer • Funjiafffome. • •_•..„___=' ? .'-• A

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Arviso of the ARVISO - Funeral service family home; four sons, and Anabelle for Mike Arviso, 84, Bisti, will, Thomas and Bob Arviso of >P_AS —; Funeral serbe at 11 a.m. Friday at the Kayentaj"A-_.,.and Tony and vice for Abbott J. Aspaas, 28, Sacred Heart Catholic Jack Arviso of; the family of Shiprock, will bp at 10 a.m. Church with the Rev. Ken- home; and a brother,.Willie Wednesday at Christ the King neth Robertson, OFM,';, of- Arviso of Standing Rock, Catholic Church, with the ficiating. Burial will be Mem- Ariz. There are 39 grand-; Rev.; Larry Schreiher ofory, Gardens. Rosary will be .children and 21 great-grand-. ficiating." Burial will be in recited at 7:30 p.m. Thursday: children. Pallbearers will be Shiprock Cemetery. He died in Cope Mertiprial Chapel, T; Thomas Arviso, Bob Arviso, Friday as;the result of a moArviso died Saturday at Sari; Briant Smith/ Tony Beleen, torcycle aeddent. Survivors Juan Regional Medical Cen- Phillip Hovel and Larry Alinclude his wife, Nancy ter following a lengthy ill-: lison. Honorary pallbearers Aspaas; two daughters, Cathness. He was a long-time;, Will be Eddie Chavez, Irvin; erine Aspaas and. Heather rancher in Coyote Canyon Keeswood.Tom Hovel, David • Clark; parents, Mr. and Mrs. and Bisti. He was the eldest- A; Yazzie, Jack Beleen and Abbott Aspaas Sr,;, two son of Ramon Jesus Arviso; Gilbert. Brown. Funeral arbrothers, Ashley and Joseph and grandson^ of Jesus rangements are under the Aspaas; and two sisters, Jo Arviso, the Navajo-Spanish direction i of Cope Memorial "Ann Aspaas and Caroline interpreter during the treaty Chapel. AAANez, all: of Shiprock. Active at Fort Sumner in 1886. Sur-, pallbearers will be Curtis vivors include: his wife, Mrs.; David, Melvin Pettigrew, Annie Arviso of the family home; 12 daughters, Mary A. -VLUSON- Rosary will be Joseph Aspaas, Ashley recited at 7:30 pjn. today for Aspaas,,. Steven •- Kelleywood Allison of Farmington, Alice Kee Allison, 60, Farmington, and Leon Pettigrew, with AbA.. Beleen of Fruitland, at Cope Memorial Chapel;, He bott Aspaas Sr_ and -Charlie T h e l m a A. N o v e l of died Saturday. Friends inay C p l e m a n , a s honorary Churchrock, Gracey call until 7 p.m. today, at the pallbearers. -.Funeral arSchramm and Elizabeth chapel. Funeral Mass will be - rangements are under- the Hoskie of Albuquerque, Alsaid at 10 a.m. Saturday by direction of Basin Mortuary. berta Smith of Fruitland; Father DadanBatt, O.F.M., Helen Chavez of Churchrock, at Sacred Heart Catholic : Irene, Judy, Grace, Marian Church.: Burial will be in ARVISO — Eva T. Arviso, Memory Gardens cemeteiy, 60, Briinhall, died Tuesday at with graveside services conSan Juan Regional "Medical ducted by, the Shiprock VFW Center. Funeral service will Singer-Morgan Post No. 9517. be at lO ajn. Saturday in the ARMSTRONG — Funeral Siffvivors indude his wife; Church of Jesus Christ of s e r v i c e- f o r A If r e d Mary A. Allison, FarmLatter-day Saints Chapel at Armstrong,:;31,: Nageezi, will ington; five daughters; four T o h a t c h i , with E l d e r be at 10 a.mJ Thursday at sons; four brothers and four Sampson officiating. Burial i Brethern in. Christ Mission sisters. .There are 12 grand- :;will follow in;the Tohatchi with Marvin .Martin official-, __d__,. Active paHbearers ' Community Cemetery. Suring,-Burial will be in the mis-, will be J e r r y Allison, vivors include her husband, ..sion;cemeteryv He died FriTimothy Allison, Gilbert Steven'-Jim Arviso, of their day at Jackson Lake.He was Brown, Larry, Allison, Leroy home; four daughters, Elva employed as a mechanic at Allison and' David Yazzie. Largo;;: Piriedale, Ellen I Quick Lube. Survivors in-Honorary: pallbearers Will be.,; Arviso; Brfmhall, Emma jielude two brothers*, Andrew Jimmy Allison; Jerry WA: Scott,:Sweetwater,.Ariz., and -and Albert Armstrong, and liams, Glen Allison, Douglas E l e a no r Ar v, i so o f • f i v e s i s t e rs', S a r a h Williams,,'.' Michael . Allison,, \ Nenahnezad B'oar-di. g Armstrong, Alice Etcitty, and Jimmy AHison Jr. Funer- • School;-: two sons, Jerry J. Frances Ignacio, Isabel! al arrangements are under Arviso and Harry Arviso of Armstrong and Ester Frank. the direction of Cope MemoriBrimhall; two brothers, Neal Pallbearers will be Andy Anal.Ctepd^/i^i^.^, Tsosie, Nasdiitti, and' Tony 'derson, Louis Martinez, AlBegay, Tohatchi, and two sisbert Armstrong, Wilbert Gar'AUGUSTINE - Funeral; ; tera-. Funeral arrangements cia, Phil Frank and'Ben Igs e r v i c e f o r B a r n e y are under the direction of -nado. Funeral- arrangements Augustine,77, Ojo Ene^no,' Cope Memorial Chapel. are under the direction of was at 10 a.m. today at the BasfaMortuar^ / t f g J Ojo Encino Assembly o_ God Church,with the Rev. Lewis ' Coats officiating., Buria_ was" in the Ojo Encino Cemetery:' Augustine died March 22--at the Cuba _eaith .enter in chuaren I and lour greatCuba. Survivors include his grandchildren. Pallbearers' wife, Mrs. Mary Annie Au- were-Kee Chee Martinez-,;. ; gustine of the family home; a Johnson Martinez, Henry Auson, Henry Aiigustinie of Ojo gustine Sr., Lorenzo Lopez, Encino;,fivedaughters, Alice Harold S. Lopez and Woodie Largo, Betty Augustine, Rose. J. Begay. Funral arrangeAusustirie and Ellen. Y-Tru- ments were under the direcr jillib, all of Ojo Encino, and tion of Cope Memorial j Jennie Augustine _ of Califor- Chanel. / Q < ? '•*> *

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Kee Allison, 60,: of Farmington wiU be redted at 7:30 • p.m; Friday at Cope Memorial Chapel. Funeral Mass will /be said at 10 a.m/_n Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with Father Dadari Batt, O.F.M., in __rge; Allison died Saturday : iri : Farmington. Friends may call at Cope Memorial Chapd until 8 p.m. to-' : day arid from-8,aJfl. until 7 ' p.m. Friday. Burial will be in MemoryGardens, with graveside services conducted by VFW Singer-Morgan Post No. 9517. A 2. year resident of Fannington, Allison, was born in Ganado, Ariz. A bricklayer employed by: different contractors, he served in the U.S. Navy during World War D; He was a . member of VFW SingerMorgan Post No. 9517. Survivors include his wife, Mary ,, A: Allison of theZfamily home; Hve daughters,'Linda Smith arid Rosemary Yazzie,' Albuquerque, and Mary Lou Brown, Betty Lou "Deana" Allison and Jennie Lou Al- ! lison, Fannington; four sons, Leroy, Timothy and Jerry of Farmington and Larry Kee. Allison of Waterflow; four brothers, Douglas Williams :, and Jimmy Allison; Shiprock, Jerry Williams, Gallup, and Kenneth Williams, Kansas; four sisters, Edith: Mason, f. Fort Wingate, Elizabeth Kirk and. Winnie Wauneka of I Ganado/Ariz., and Rita Simppson,\ Phoeniz; -Ariz.: There [ are 12 grandchildren. Adive ' pallbearers wiB be Jerry Al|. lison, Timothy' Allison, GUI' bert Brown, Larry Allison, Leroy Allison and David Yazzie. Honorary pallbearers will be Jimmy Allison, Jerry .Williams, Glen Allison, Douglas Williams, Michael Allison, and Jimmy Allison Jr. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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, AQUILAR — Funeral service for Roselyn Benally Harrison Aquilar, 26, formerly of Shiprock, has been set for 10 a.in..:Monday at Christ the King Catholic Church in Shiprock, Father Lawrence Schreiber OFM officiating.. Burial, will. be in Shiprock Cemetery. Mrs. Aquilar,died Dec. 22 in Oakland, Calif., Survivors include her mother, Flora McKinley of Shiprock; daughter, Sandra Harrison of Farmington; son, George Harrison of Farmington; three brothers, Harry B. Benally of Shiprock, Henry Benally of White Rock and First Sgt.; Ned Benally of Fort Redstone Arsenal, Ala.; two sisters, Evelyn Benally of Farmington and Daisy Kelly of Shiprock. There are. numerous aunts, undes, nieces and, nephews. Active pallbearers will be Harry B. Benally, Henry Benally,: Ned Benally, Reed Henderson, Clayton Benally and Rudy Benally. Funeral arrangements, are under the direction of Cope Memorial

/ft ££?• W&S Jimmie F. Allison Sr. UnL FkANK '•—... C l a r e n c e . ALLISON i - Funeral ser-...-' ~ ' Faye T. Allison of the and Frank, 56, Red Valley, Ariz., vice for Jimmie Francis Al- family home; five sisters, died Thursday at the Public lison Jr., 18, Shiprock, will be- Shirley A. Ahkeah, Tucson, Health Service Hospital,-in at 10 ajn. Wednesday- at Ariz., Irene H. Edmonds and Shiprock, and funeral serChrist the King Catholic Sherry A. Curley, both of vices were held Saturday at Church, Shiprock, • with FOrt Defiance, A r i z . , 'the Red Valley Christian ReFather Lawrence Schreiber,. Charlene: A. Benson, Monformed Church with Rev. O.F.M., officiating. Burial tezuma Creek, Utah, and Sampson Yazzie officiating. will be in Memory Gardens. Tina F. Allison, Shiprock; Burial was at Oak Springs . Allison died Friday from a and two brothers, Glenn F. Genietary, Oak Springs, Ariz. pedestrian automobile acci-Survivors include: His wife, dent in Shiprock. Bom Aug. ' Allison, Window Rock; Ariz., Minnie Frank,, of the family 31, 1963, in Farmington, te and Midiael T. Allison;'Fort. four Henry, attended Shiprock schools Defiance. Pallbearers will be i home; Terry sons, Michael Dave,. and Glenn Allison, Richard Edand graduated from Sandia . "Frank, all of Oak Springs; High School,' Albuquerque, monds, Harry Tsosie, four daughters, Betty Benal1 last May. He recently re-., Michad Allison;.Jerry Tsosie ly, of Shiprock, Rosie turned from National Guar . and Larry, Tsosie. Honorary Redshirt, of Page, Ariz., and pallbearers will be Roger basic training in Fort Dk, Freda and Caroline Frank, of Esplain, Duane Lope, Jerome N.J. Survivors include his pa-Oak Springs; three brothers, Johnson, Cordell Johnson, Willis, of Tohatchij Floyd, of Bill Smith Jr., Jerry Johnson Toadlena, and Clifford Shiprock Youths Jr.;, Larry Smiley Jr., Duane Frank, of Shiprock; five sis-Tsosie, Darryl Ahkeah, M e d Friday A Leonard Smiley, John f SHIPROCK - Eighteen. Wagner, Melvin Gamanez, year-old Jimmie Allison Jr. Gilbert Edmonds HI, Lemuel *__MA-—— •• AACiA of Shiprock, was killed in a Smiley, Merrill Benally and ters, Clara Gamanez, Shiphit-arid-run pedestrian1 acd- Darryl Tsosie. Funeral arrock, Daisey Gamanez and, rangements are under the dent at midnight Friday at Mabel Yazzie, both of Farmclem at uiiuiugu. * __—.. ^^U^Umm^m milepidst 5 east_f Shiprock on-, dfr^tjon 0f Cong Memorial .ington, Lilly Frank, of,Oak "^Springs, Maria Howard, of. U.S. 550, Navajo Tribal Po- 1 Chapel Twin Lakes; parents, Frank lice reported today. , :! Nacheenbilah, of Cove, Ariz.,, The accident was reported and Nellie Nacheenbitah, of to police at 11:59 pjn. Friday Oak Springs. There are six and police said they have no 7jbffA&- f f a grandchildren and five great: suspects' 'today. Allison was grandchildren, Pallbearers11 rushed to the Shiprock Public will be. Henry Frank, Dave Health Service Hospital, , AUGUSTINE - F u n e r a l '' F r a n k , Harold F r a n k , Where he died at 1:07- ajn. service for Nora N. Au^Lorenzo Gamanez,- -Riley gustine, 82, istobe at 10 ajn. Saturday, .^ Gamanez-; and Loreri Ga_v The body was taken to 1 Saturday in the Church of nanez. Honorary pallbearers Albuquerque tor autopsy and Jesus Christ of Latter-day will be Terranc"Frank, retumed to Copev Memorial Saints in Escrito, with stake Michael Frank, Ronald Gar-.'; Chapel. Funeral services; are President Leonard Lopef of£ ' nanez, and Arnold Gamanez. scheduled at 10 a.m. Weclrieisfi dating. Burial will be in t_e Funeral arrangements are. • Escrito Cemetery.' She died day at the Christ the King under the direction ot Cope Tuesday, at McKinley Manor Catholic Church: in Stiiprock. Memorial.Chapel. in Gallup. Survivors include , two daughters,. Eunice Ahtonito of Blanco and Rita Au: ANDERSON — Ronnie-Raygustine of Nageezi; two sons, ; Aridersori died Tuesday-in John and; Herman Augustine Shiprock of injuries sustained of Nageezi;,two sisters, Jenin an automobile acddent.; nie Augustine and Bessie ter, Cecelia Mae Anderson, The 2lTyear-old Shiprock resiBeyale,; of Nageezi;. three dent was employed by San : all of Shiprock; his patemal brothers, Levi Norverto/ of •Juan Spring-Co. in; Farm- • grandfather, BonFace TsinaCrown Point, and Willie and jinnie, Klagetah, Ariz.; and ington as a machinist. FunerFrancis Norverto; of the al service will be at 2 pjn. I his matemal grandmother, Chaco Canyon area. There ' -.Saturday at the Navajo Full:; ivlaitha McDonald of Two are IS grandchildren and 18 Gospel Church in:Shiprock, Grey Hills. Pallbearers will g r e a t -gr a n d c Ml d r en. with the Rev. 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ATCITTY— Funeral service for James Atcitty, 77, Shiprock, will beat 9:30 a.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church of Shiprock, with the Rev. Chee D. Benallie officiating. Burial will be in the Shiprock Cemetery. The., retired farmerrancher died Wednesday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Pridlla Atcitty of the family home; six sons, Tribal Judge of the Shiprock' District- Court James D. Atcitty, State Rep. and Natani Nez Chapter President Thomas E. Atdtty, Franklin K. Atcitty, Eugene R. Atcitty, Ralph N. Atchitty all of Shiprock and George W. Atdtty of Albuquerque; two daughters, Margaret E.. Hansen and•> jSome.: / Michelle L. Atdtty of Ship- : rock; two brothers, Archie and Harry Atcitty of Shiprock; and two sisters, Minnie Jim and Lucy Billy of Shiprock. He was preceded -in; death: by a son, Wilbur R. At:itty, ih 1976. Two sisters and ive brothers also preceded •¥»M I I V iim in death. There are 20 grandchildren; two greatADAKAI'—A fungal sPrwcewill be at 10 grandchildren, and 22 . ain. Saturday at the _Church of Jesus Christ nephews and nieces survivof Latter-day Saints[in Shiprock for Alvin ing. Pallbearers will be Adakai, 63, of Teecnospos, Ariz. He died Eugene Atcitty, Ralph AtcitTuesday, before arriving at San Juan Rety, Bob Begay, Leroy Begay, gional Medical Center. Bishops Thomas Jonah Jim, Irvin Jim, i Garrow and James H. Begay are to officiate Charles Atcitty and Kevin At; for the service. A memorial dinner will be dtty.. Honorary pallbearers ; • prepared and served for those in attendance will be Archie Atdtty,' Harry at the Shiprock LDS Church auditorium im• Atdtty, James D. Atdtty, } mediately following graveside services. Thomas E. Atdtty, Franklin Wallace Martin, Tommy Yazzie, Dan FranK. Atdtty, George Atcitty, cisco, Ray Yazzie, Harris Atson and Jimmy Thomas H. Atdtty, Chester Woody of Shiprock's Morgan-Singer Post H. Atdtty, Dan H. Atdtty, • No. ,9517, Veterans of Foreign Wars, will Lewis H. Atdtty, Robert Jim, • ' ' conduct a graveside service in the __Qitary Hanison Jim,, Paul Atdtty, section; of the. Shiprock Cemetery. A . Peter MacDonald, Damon H. sheepherder, Adakai served in World War U Tso, Allen Neskhi Jr., Taft and received his honorable: disdiarge from Blackhorse Sr,, Willard the Army in 1945. Survivors include a sister;-: Frazier, Oscar Damon, Paul : Mrs. Mary Tom of Teecnospos, and numer-; '.'.Buck*. John Jay, Wilfred ous nieces and nephews. He was preceded in, Yabeny, Lewis Clah, Eddie death by two sons, Alvin:Adakai Jr., 22, in :, Foutz, Charles Dickens,, How1975- in Vietriamf and Leon Adakai, 17, in ard Harvey, Adrian Atdtty, 11976; a drowning-vidim. Pallbearers willbe j-Franklin. Atcitty J r .and Robert Tom, Hilbert Irvin. Freddie Neoi-Christopher Atdtty. Funeral poleori, Frank Gilmore; Harry Tom and Don arrangements are under the Tom. Funeralr ariangdnents are. under [the direction of the Brewer Fudiredion of Shiprock Fund-al Home. .'neral Home. E

ATENCIO — Leo Atencio, 50,v formerly of Counselor, died_" at Rock Springs, Wyoming, Nov. 3. He was bom Jan. 2, 1932 at Counselor, New Mexico. Funeral ser, vices will be at 1 pjn. Monday, at Brethren Navajo Mission, Counselors, .with Rev. Tully Butler officiating. Burial will • be at Mission Cemetery. Atencio was employed by Union Pacific Rail-' road as a section hand. Survivors include his wife: Irene Atendp of Counselor; four daughters, Maxine Atencio; . Lucy A. Begay; Eva Atencio , and Geraldine Atencio of Counselor; four. sonSj Paul and Nelson Atencio of Point of Rocks, Wyo; Harold Aten-' do of Bitter Creek, Wyo; Wilbert Atencio of Counselor, N.M.; one brother; Albert Atencio of Nageezi; three sisters, Rose Sam and Lila Harrison of Counselor; Esther Mae John of Indian Wells, Ariz. There are 12 grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Paul Atendo, Frank Antonio, Herbert Lopez, Andy Charley, Thomas Begay,. Wally Charley. Funeral arrangements are under the diredion of Cope Memorial ( Chapd. j

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He majority of the •commercial pallbearers will be Jonas died ot an apparent heart outdoor billboards in the 7 Begay, James D. Begay Sr., attack at his home. Funeral GaUup and Albuquerque areas. Thomas Begay, John D. arrangements are pending. He He is survived by his parents, BUNNY — Jenny C.*Bunn; *% Begay, Freddy BiUy, and Ray was a veteran of World War H BiUy Victor and Mary Rose 73, of Blanco Canyon, died Na'kai ,Sr; 'Funeral "arrange- and had been employed as a Nez Sr. of Coyote Canyon; four Tuesday at her home! Funeral ments are under the direction, pipe liner for Foutz and brothers, Reginald A. Begaye, Burson for 20 years. Survivors of Tohatdu, BiUy Victor Nez service wiU be held a t 10 ajn. of Cope Memorial Chapel. include, his wife, Bessie Jr. of Salt Lake City, Utah, Saturday at thie LDS Stake Barber, of the family home; Amos Begaye of Toadalena Center,, 400 W. Apache, with• A two sons; Wilson C. Jim of Bishop Manuel Hastings of-. and Paul. Nez of Coyote CaFruitland and Johnny H. nyon; and eight sisters, GenHciating, Burial will be in i Barber, in HaWaii with the evieve Troptier and Theresa Memory Gardens. PaUbearers armed forces; and five Nez O Coyote Canyon, Victoria wDl be Hdiry Bennie, Casey f brothers, Richard and David Nez, Ruby Nez and Virginia Curley; Alvin Benny, Herbert Barber of GaUup, George and TrujiUo, Thomas Bunny and Begaye of Mexican Springs, Jimmy Barber of Table Mesa I Irene Jones of Cedar City, Dave Benny.. A rug weaver, and Harrison Barber of j Utah, Sarah Fisher of ProVo, •Mrs.-Bunny is survived by a Fruitland. There are four ., Utah, and, Margaret Setadaughter, AUce Yazzie of Blangrandchildren. Funeral ar- jj quatewa of San Jose, Calif. • co Canyon, and four sons, rangements are under the ;: RoUie Mortuary in Gallup is in James, Rohert and Thomas direction of Cope Memorial 7 charge of arrangements. Bunny, aU of Blanco Canyon, Chapel. .*;— , . : and; H e n r y flennie of one daughter, Mary Jane Joe; ' Fruitland. There are also two \ one brother, John Mason; one AUGUSTINE—Funeral serfoster sons, Herbert and An- [ sister, Margaret Mason, aU- of vices lor Wallace Augustine, : drew TrujiUo of Blanco Ca-[Upper Fruitland; and seven 32, Nageezi, who died in the ;nyon; a sister, Ruby TrujiUo, j g r a n d c h i l d r e n . A c t i v e Veteran's Administration Hos:Mpnticelio,- U t a h ; two.'pallbearers will: be Davis pital in Albuquerque Tuesday, : brothers, Tom and Jimriiy Begay, Jim; Joe; Michael wiU be 10 ajn. Saturday,at Lee BENALLY—Funeral service & Oviatt Chapel with Al ChapJacquez, Huerfano, 34 grand- ' Begay, CharUe Mason, David for Herman N. BenaUy of Red man officiating. Burial will ^children and five great- Newman and Rex Antonio, Rock, Ariz., who died Thurs- foUow at Greenlawn Cdnetery. .grandchildren. Cope Memorial | Funeral arrangements are unday at the U.S. Pubh'c Health ; Mr. Augustine was born to; ;Chapelis'in charge of arrange-I der the direction of Cope Service Hospital'in Shiprock, Dick Beyale and Rita ments. / .,< A ? ." j Memorial Chapel.. wiU be held at 10 ajn. Tuesday Augustine July ,6, 1947, in Escavada: He .was a member i A L E ^ - Apr aeyale, BEGAY—Funeral service I at the Shiprock LDS Chapel of .the LDS Churdi. He is daughter of Andy and Elsie for Virginia Mae Begay, 30, j with Bishop Thomas offidatsurvived by his wife, Helen; j Shiprock, who died Tuesday, is j ing. Burial wiU be in Shiprock Beyale, Counselors, died Frihis daughter, Thomasita; his day at Albuquerque about two fset for 11 ajn. Saturday at .t. • Cemetery. BenaUy, 44, is surmother, Rita Augustine; and hours after her birth in Cuba. rJVlary's CathoUc Church with i vived by three sons,' Raymond, grandmother, Nora Augustine. ! Leroy and WUbert BenaUy, aU Besides the parents, survivors | the Rev. Flann O'Neil officia1 of Shiprock; six daughters, [Pallbearers will be Paul ting. Burial wiU be in Memory' include two brothers, Raymus Augustine, Eddie Augustine, Hermina, Lorraine, Rosita, andRaynard; grandparents, ! Gardens. Survivors include her [Harry -Augustine,; Andy Gloria, Judy and Flaming Dick and Bessie Beyale of parents, Eugene and Susie Beyale, Andrew Beyale and Benally, all of Shiprock; a Nageezi and grandmother, ] Begay, Shiprock; one brother, [John Augustine. Funeral'. arsister, Susie Descheeney, Red Fanny Jose of Nageezi. Ser- Larry Begay; five, sisters, rangements are under the Rock and seven brothers; vices have been set for 1 pjn. j I_puise McCurtin, Sahostee, 'direction of Lee & Oviatt Morris, Dan, BUly, Leo, Albert I Genevieve Jose, Julia Begay, Tuesday at Lee & Oviatt Mortuary. ' and RusseU BenaUy, aU of Red Mortuary, 103 E. Ute, with Bernita; Begaya and Juanita Rock and George Benally, burial to Mow in Greenlawn Begay,, all of. Shiprock;.her Upper Fruitland. Cope MemoCemetery.' The family is af- maternali;grandparentsr,Jim rial Chapel is in charge of filiated with the LDS Church. and; Mae Lee Snuley, Chinle, arrangements. Ariz.;; and her paternal grandBEGAY—Funeral service mother, AsOnTsu Bema; fbr Mason Begay, 68, Cuba,; Pinon, Ariz. Attive pallbearers who died Tuesday, is set, for 10 wiU be Larry Gene Begay, Art a.m. Saturday at A Saints Allison, Vem Bradley, Jamus U Episcopal Mission on the Bisti Lee Smfly, Vem Cphoe and '-'C-__cr-y. Highway with the Rev- Henry Warren Slow. Funeral arBird officiating. Burial wfll be rangements are under the in Memory Gardens. Survivors direction of Cope Memorial include one son, Davis Begay;. Chapel.

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Survivors in- Williams, Donald Deal,-Ricky will be at Chinle Community Frieda, Evan Eva Jean and j clude her husband, Albert Etsitty, Don Saganey Jr., Cemetery. Begay was emJanet Ann Begay, and Beatrice Bedoni of Inscription House; Kashiway Deal and Gene • ployed by the Navajo Tribal Spencer, aU of Oak Springs, four- sons, Alonzo, Albertsoni' Etsitty: Funeral arrangements TWEP Program. He is surAriz.; two sons, Leonard and Alfonso and Anthony Bedoni; a are under the direction of Cope vived by his wife, Mae Olson Edison Begay of Oak Springs, j daughter, Lisa Bedoni; three Memorial Chapel. : - ;• Begay, three daughters, Ariz.; one isster, Maggie brothers,- Don Saganey Jr., Valeria, Lorraine and Loretta Smith.of Oak Springs, Ariz.; 'Ricky Etsittj. and Gene EtsitBegay all of Many; Farms; one brother, Peterson Lee of . ty; a sister, Evengeline Etsitthree sons, Jemed Yazzie; Joe : BENALLY — Funeral serKlagatoh of Arizona; and .eight i ty; her matemal grandmother. Ned and Jerome Yazzie Begavice for Bessie Tsosie BenaUy, grandchildren; Active ly, aU of Many Farms; six " 79, of Farmington, wiU be at 2 paUbearers wiU be Leonard 0. sister and four brothers. Ac' p.m. Saturday at the Brethren )| X . . - , r : . c Begay, John D. Smith, Robert tive paUbearers are to include J i y U M C S i in Christ Mission with the Rev. Smith, Bobby Becenti, Tom Danny Begay, Larry Nez, BENALLY—Funeral service Cecil SeUes officiating.. Burial Tso and Jimmie Sam. Funeral Larry Kayonnie, Amos John, for Jim BenaUy, 79, Sanostee, wiU be in the Brethren In arrangements are under the . Dan H o s k i e a n d Tom wiU be held at 11 a.m. Wednesr Christ Cemetery. Mrs. BenaUy direction of Cope Memorial Decheenie. Funeral arrangeday at the Shiprock Funeral died, Sunday at the Public Chapel. ments are under the direction Home Chapel with the Rev. Health Service Hospital in of Cope Memorial Chapel. Joseph H- Curley offidating. ., Shiprock. Survivors include a A7.A<~S5 7(<A7y S l l ^ y S t e . ^ h t e r H e l e n Mae Begay of Cemetery. PaUbearers wiU be I Carson, .three sons, Billy , Bobby A. James, Ernie James, Tsosie of Upper Fruitland,. • _•;•-•**• _ ^ [ / - ^ ' " / 8 Hehry James, Anderson James WilUe Tsosie. of Page,, Ariz., Honorary paUbearers wiU be BEYALE—Funeral service Dale ClahSr. and Robert Joe. and Harold James. Benally and Leo Tsosie' of Dallas, ! for Harriett Beyale, 67, Ship- Funeral arrangements are un: died Saturday at "the. V.S.- Texas; three stepdaughters, rock, who died Sunday at the ' PubUc Health Service Hospital Ella; and Louise Werito and der the direction of Cope U.S. Public Health Service in Shiprock. He is survived by Helen. G. Begay of Carson; a Memorial Chapel: ; n A n Hospital in Shiprock, is set for two sons, James BenaUy and brother, Charlie Pine of 1p.m. Wednesday at Cope ' Leo H. BenaUy; one daughter, Carson; arid three sisters* Memorial Chapd with Dariny Nora James; one sister, Mabel Hazel Gus and Chee Be Lewis I Sandoval officiating. Burial Hasues; seven granchildren; of Carson and YazzieB, Benalj will be in Shiprock Community six.; great-grandduldren; nine ly of _ruitian_!-There are,37 Cemetery. She was preceeded BENNALLY—Funeral ser- patemal grandchildren and grandchildren, 91 g r e a t j in-death by one son, William g r a n d c h i l d r e n a n d 25 vice for Mabel Henry Bennal- one great-paternal grandchild. 'Smith Jr. Survivors include great-great, grandchildren. ly; 69, Shiprock, who died - _. U l l . l CU i J U l l l - . . -, three sons, Elvin Smith, TeecPaUbearers wiU be Leonard Saturday at. the U.S. PubUc a.lL7n*MifL/<fl 9V -Tsosie; Benjairiin[Tsosie, i nospos, Ariz., and Melvin Health Service Hospital in i Beyale and Eugene Beyale,. [Shiprock, is set for 1 pj_i CURMAN — Funeral service Raymond Tsosie, Paul Begay, 'both of Shiprock; three j Friday at Shiprock Mortuary for Johnathan Matthew Manuel Salles and Phil daughters, Joann M. Silago, | Chapel with the Rev. Mike Curman, 22, Tohlakai, will be Bedonie. .Funeral arrangeFaye R. Clah and Marlyn Joe, 'Huberts officiating. Burial wiU held at 10 ajn. Saturday at ments are under the direction aU of Shiprock; two brothers, r be in Shiprock Cemetery. Mrs. The Door at GaUup with the of Cope Memorial Chapel. Wallace Clah, Teecnospos, and ; Benally is survived by her ' Rev., Emie Lester officiating. ; Aaron Clah ChischiUy, Gallup; [ husband, Wallace Benrially; ; Curman died Tuesday in Albuand three sisters, Daisy .Clah, • and six sons, Herbert Bennat [ querque, the result,of injuries Teecnospos, Bessie Clah and j ly, Jerome- Brown, Lewis Ben- . sustained in an auto accident \ Minnie Tsosie, aU of Shiprock. | nally, Bruce Bennally, Roy in Garnered Monday. Burial | Active pallbearers will be .jflennaUy and Benson BennaUy. will be on family land north of [Elvin Smith, Eugene Beyale, [. Adive paUbearers wiU be the GaUup. He was a 1975 gradu, u vwv^> v [[Jeffery W. SUago, Melvin " six sons! Funeral arrange- ate of GaUup High School and '"Beyale, Jackie W. Silago Jr. ments are under the direction was; employed by-the; Curman 'and William A; Smith III. of Cope Memorial Chapel.^ tj--i a Construction- Co. in "heavy, equipment and" concrete. Survivors, include his parents, Mr. iand: Mrs..- Joe Curman of ^Tohlakai;. two brothers,, Seth fand" Joseph- Curman,-both; of; |- ; ; BE_NALi2t^e_fl;i^_c^ - """ _.0 jTohlakai? five sisters,r Elfie , for;; Herman • Benally, I7„ (Bailey; Esther. SUentman, Etta | Bloomfield,. Who died' Sunday Curman,[Gloria Etta Lopez, all at. 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[. BENALLY —•_ _mD..u ser- Funeral serBEGAT_-Funeral service vice for Charley Atcitty flenalfor Chee Chee Begay, 86, of , ly, 87, of Bedabito Trading! Shiprock, who died Jan. 9 at i Post, who died Tuesday at Siii j Juan* Regional Medical Center;! the U.S. PubUc Health Service Hospital in Shiprock, was hdd wiU be at 10 a.m. Friday at the? at. 10. ajn.; Thursday at the Christian Reformed Church id First United Methodist Churdi Shiprock with the _ev. .Paul in Shiprock With the Rev. Redhouse officiating. Burial Henry. Begay officiating. wiU be in the Bedabito CemeBurial was in Shiprock Cemetery. PaUbearers wiU beieroy tery.; Active [paUbearers were Dick, Manuel Dick, Alexander Dan BenaUy, Ervin BenaUy, Deshnod,: Lester Begay, Tom Patrick,, Daniel Reuben, Raymond BenaUy and; Tobie Jonah Wilson Lee and Rudy BenaUy. Honorary paUbearers Begay. Honorary; paUbearers wiU be WiUiam Sherman, Benwere Dr. TaylorMcKenzie, Ida , jamin Hogue, Leonard fl. Patrick, Charley Begay and Begay and Jerry Lineweaver. , Benally is survived by his ' Harold Leefe'A' well-known ,, medicine man, Begay is surwife, Lucille; two; s o n s / s vived by his wife, Gladys Chee I Raymond BenaUy of Phoenix, Chee Begay," a son, Charley ' Ariz., and Tobie Benally of Begay; three daughters Sarah Bedabito; six daughters, Ann ! Pinto, Anna Mae BenaUie and Lovato of Albuquerque, Lena Maxine Ann Joe,, and three Lineweaver of Hobbs, Rebecca • stepdaughters, Grace Daws, ; Sherman of (_iinle,Ari_," NanJessie Atcitty and Daisy cy Evans of Window Rock, BenaUy, aU oi Shiprock, Also Ariz.,' Marlene Begay of Fort surviving aire four sisters, Defiance, Ariz., and Lolita Emma McKenzie, Dorothy Hogue of Farmington; two Rueben, Bessie Begay and Ida brothers, Charley Bekis of Patrick, all of Shiprock, 26: Shiprock and Thomas Begay of ! grandchildren and five greatBedabito; two. sisters, Ire_%, { grandchildren; and numerous Dick of Bedabito and Tanabah'* hephews and nieces, including White of Shiprock; and 19 . Dr. McKenzie. Cope Memorial grandchildren. Funeral arChapel was in charge of arrangements are under the rangements. direction of Cope Memorial Chapel." -enteral age ._. _ [ BEGAY .—., The .funeral ; service for Berinip; Begay, 17, : Newcomb, has-been scheduled ; for .2. pjn. Monday at the Shiprock Funeral Home [Chapel with .the Rev. Gary ;Klumpenhower officiating, [Burial -will follow in the Shiprock Cemetery. The youth.was:dead on arrival Tuesday atilShiprbck Public Health ServiM Hospital'.,;He was involved in a pedestrian accident in the Hogback area. Survivors include, his parents,, Preston andv Lucy Begay; Newcomb; one, brother, Presley Begay, Newcomb; and; three sisters^ Annie K, Begay of Idaho, Amy K. Shirley ofGaUtip andRose B e g a y of N. ewft-o. m, b , PaUbearers. include Wilson K* Shirley, Harrison Shirley,. Presley Begay; Larry D. Begay, James; Hunt and Paul Hunt. Arrangements; [are under the direction of the Shiprock

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j BtLLY—Funeral service for A^ : ^Al/^~1\t\ 1 -j| [Lance Cpl. Timothy BiUy, 22, | Bedabito, who died Oct. 9 in 'Oahu, Hawau, is set for 10 ajn. Monday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. John . BONNIE—Funeral servic Peter Yazzie officiating. I for John Henry Bonnie, 42 Graveside services wiU have , Carson Trading Post, who die* ,fuU miUtary honors. BiUy was : at Sari Juan Regional Medica in the Marine Corps for two | Center Saturday, is set for : ".; BEARD - f u n e r a l i_rvice years. He is survived by his I;p.m. Wednesday at:Cope Me for Harpld Beard, 63, of Shipparents Mr. and Mrs. Bmce ^'mortal Chapd with the Rev rock, will be held at 10 ajn. BiUy, Bedabito; 'four brothers, Samson Yazzie officiating [Saturday at the FuU Gospel Sammy BiUy, Wewoka, Okla., Burial will be at Memor] [ Church in; Shiprock with' - the Anthony, Richard and Elmej . Gardens Cemetery. He is surBiUy, Bedabito; three sisters, i Rev. Charles WUUamS offidatvived by his wife Mabie .._ngit_3u_al._TUT. ,beAm. the. [Fannie, Beverly and Genevieve Billy, Bedabito; his I Fruitland;, three sons, Virgi ;3Shiprock*rYeterans • Cemetery. Henry, Provo, Utah, / Andrew maternal grandmother, Lula PaUbearers wiU be members BenaUy, Bedabito; and pater- j Benally,- Fannington; - Johnni. j ofcsthe Navajo Code Talkers nal grandparents, Mr, and/. Henry Bonnie-Jr., Fruitland; ; Association. Beard died ThursMrs. Joe BiUy, Oak Springs,! . two brothers, WUUe B. Henry. : day at: thre US. PubUc Health Fruitland, and Francis Pierce [ Service [Hospital in Shiprock. [Ariz. Active paUbearers wiU be \ Idaho' Falls, Idaho; three sisservicemen from Kirtland Aire I He had.been a survey techniForce Base, Albuquerque. Fu-f ters,' Bessie Police, Carson \ dan for [the Bureau of Indian neral arrangements are under | Trading Post,.JoAnne Pine, !' Affairsin the Soil Conservation Car son; Trading .Post, and ('Department since 1943, was a, the direction of Cope Memorial | Evelyri Canute, Carson TradChapel. I UJ. Marine veteran of World ing Post. Active paUbearers | War II and a member of the will, be Bobby Pablo, Virgil i Navajo Code Talkers. SurYizzie, Taylor Yazzie, Joe - vivors include his wife, Bessie Canute, Steven Canute, Jiriimy I Beard; one daughter, Thelma Burn. Funeral arrangements 'Nelson;, two sisters, Nellie 'are under the direction of Cope if Willie and MilUe King, aUof Meiporial Chapel. j,Shiprock; and twe -grandI children. He was preceded:in j death by his brother, Lester [Arthur, in 1974. Arrangements:• are, under, direction of Cope MemorialChapel..:,

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TYLER arid BEGAY— Joint funeral service for 6-year-old Edward Lee Tyler of Shiprock and his uncle, Johnny Y. Begay, 23,; of Sanostee, wiU. be at 10 ajn. Thursday at Christ the King CathoUc Church with the Rev. Flann G*Nem, OFM, officiating. Both win be buried in Shiprock Cemetery. Begay and his nephew died as the result of an auto accident at Table Mesa Saturday. The boy was dead on arrival at PubUc Health Service Hospital in Shiprock and his uncle died iithere. The boy is survived by I his parents,,Jimmy J. and : Mary Ann (Anna) Begay; two sisters, Cassandra and Ursula j:Tyler, and paternal grand: mother, Betty J. Begay, aU of ; Shiprock. PaUbearers wiU be Raymond Dee, Thompson F. Begay,'Jimmy J. Begay: and i Daniel Harry Atcitty. Begay is j survived by four brothers, I Clyde Y., Thompson F., Donny .' _.-.' and Tommy Begay, aU-of ; Sanostee; and three sisters, ^Dorothy.and;Mary Begay of Sanostee and Mary Ann; (Anna); Tyler of Shiprock. there [ are numerous nieces and nephews. Pallbearers^ wiUJ)e' Bobby Brown Jr.-,' t a r r y i Lewis,-Elvin,Tyler, Leonard Lewis,.Bob Williams and Alfred Johnson. Funeral arrangements are under direction of the Shiprock Funeral

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[ .'.-flEGAY^Funeral service j for Sarah Ann Begay, 25, j Shiprock, who died at the U.S. PubUc Health Service Hospital in Shiprock Tuesday, is set for "... 10 ajn. Saturday at Christ the : | King CathoUc Church in Ship' rock with Father John Mit' tlestadt officiating. Burial wiU . b e in Memory. Gardens Cemetery. She.is survived by- her parents James D. and Bessie Lou Begay, six brothers, Jonas Begay, Darryl D. Begay, Delbert D. Begay, James Begay Jr., Jerald D.feegay and Jeremy D. Begay, two sisters, Blanche Ann Begay | and Marjorie Ann Begay, his patemal grandparents Hosteen D. and Jo Ann Begay, aU of • Red Rock, Ariz. Active " . pallbearers will be Jonas 7 Begay, James D. Begay ST., [ T h o m a s Begay,. John D, ! Begay, Freddy Billy and Ray Nakai Sr. Funeral arrangemdits are under the direction i of Cope Memorial Chapel.

BL_ffcHOU_E-_i'uneraI ser-funeral vice, for Red Bluehouse, 59, of Red Mesa, Ariz., wiU be held at 10 ajn. Thursday at Cope f BEGAYE — Paul Nez . \ Memorial Chapel with the Rev. ;flegaye, 63,'Blanco Trading Jim Charley officiating. Burial IPost.died Thursday at Chinle,^-' ; wiU be ui Memory Gardens. 'Ariz. Funeral service will be ail . Pallbearers will be Richard j 10 a.m: Thursday at. the ' Bluehouse, Harrison Blue- Brethren in Christ Mission [ house, Ray- Yazzie, Wilford ; with the Rev. Marvin Martin Nelson, Addison Howard and : officiating. Burial wUI be in Herbert Clark. Bluehouse, who | the Brethren in Christ Mission • died Monday at the U.S. PubUc. Cemetery. Survivors include 'Health Service Hospital in; [his wife, Mrs! Ruth Nez ;. Shiprock, was a rancher. He is Begaye of Blanco Trading , survived by his wife, Jessie Post; three sons, Leroy Nez ; • Bluehouse"; "father, Nelson Begaye, Marvin'Nez Begaye '.- Bluehouse, both of Red Mesa; and Barnabas Nez Begaye; a ; four sons', Richard Bluehouse, stepson, Ariderson Nez [ Harrison Bluehouse, Ronald Begaye; three daughters, Nina ' Bluehouse, aU of Shiprock, and Pinto, Jackie Nez Begaye and , •George Bluehouse of Farm- Bemidine Nez Begaye, aU of ington; four daughters, Blanco Trading Post; a sister, Marlene Bluehouse and Louise I Marie Canute, and a brother, Augustine Nez Begaye, Blanco Bluehouse of Shiprock, AmeUa |[Trading Post There are three , Gray of Dennehotso, Ariz., and \ grandchildren. Pallbearers I May Howard of Farmington; l-will be Dan Victor, Leroy Nez ; three sisters, NelUe Poyer and I Begaye Sr Stanley Victor,;. s Betty John of Shiprock and 1 Marvin Nez; Begaye, Steven Irene Clark of Red Mesa; one , Canute Jr. and: Wayne Har• brother, Frank Nelson of Red rison. Funeral arrangements Mesa; and 10 grandchUdren. are under the direction of Cope Memorial,Chapel, w

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' BARBER—Funeral service for Margret Barber, 77, Sanostee, who died Monday, at Fbrt Defiance Hospital, is set for 10 a.m. Thursday at Cope Memorial Chapel with Frank; Curley Sr. officiating. Burial wiU be in the Sanostee FamUy Cemetery. She is survived by her four sons, Elmer Barber, Sanostee, Walter, Barber, Laramie, Wyo.*, George Barber, Shiprock, and Richard Barber, Navajo; her daughter Martha D. Begay, Sanostee; three brothers, John Mark Curley arid WUson M. Curley, Sanostee, and Leo Curley, Shiprock; three sisters, EUen T.Charles, Mary Lou Howard; and Ida. Barber; aU of Sanostee; 18 grandduldren;, and 11..great-grandchUdren. Active pallbearers will be Archie Begay, Glena Begay, Benjamine Tso,. Mark Begay, Larry Begay and Harry Talk. Funeral arrangements are- under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel, f. Q >-j "7

BENALLY — Funeral services for Mae Benally, 42, Fruitland, are'pending at Cope Memorial Chapel. Mrs,, Benally /died.Friday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital in GaUup. She was preceded indeath by her husband, Junior Benally, in January of this '• year. Survivors include four daughters, Anita Benally Morgan, Crownpoint; Lorena, j Norma Jean and Victoria I BenaUy, all of Fruitland.. Also j Siurviving" are seven; brothers, I Alvin-, .Henderson^"-James; f Nelson and Henry' Smith, of • j Farmington, Harrison Smith,. I of GaUup, and Freddie iSmith, j; of Fruitland; and two sisters,., AUce Yazzie, Farmington, and Clara- Jacquez, Fruitland. : There are tour grandchUdren. PaUbearers wiU be Shore Jac-quez, Larry Jacquez, Cecil . Smith, Lester Jacquez, KecU Smith and Jones Morgan. .

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BEGAY — Funeral service for Albert John Begay Sr., 52, Shiprock, was held at 10 a.m. today at Christ the King CathoUc Church in Shiprock with the Rev. Chris Kerr officiating. Burial was in the Shiprock Cemetery ..with graveside services'conducted by the Shiprock 'Navajo Police Honor Guard.1 The retired Shiprock Navajo Police officer died ; Saturday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital in Shiprock. i SurviVors include three sons, G i l b e r t D. B e g a y e of ; Cleveland, Ohio,, and Albert D.. , JB.egaye Jrijand-Michael-P.• Begaye, both of-. Shiprock;, three daughters; Cathy Begaye John, Sharon. Jim and Norma ! J. Largo,. aU of Shiprock; and | ; a brother, Albert Kee John of Bridgeland, Utah. There are 11 I grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Albert D. Begaye, ' Michael P. Begaye, Donald | Ojaye, Albert Kee Johnv j Delbert John and Charley D. i. J[im. Funeral arrangements are under the direction, of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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BROWN — Funeral: service I .AAlt for Emma ,K..»; Brown, 59, I 7- BENALLY - Funeral serShiprock, wiU be held at 10 ; vice for Ason Chee BenaUy, 70, a.m. Tuesday at Christ the of Rbughrock Trading.Post at King CathoUc Church of Ship- Chinle, Ariz., was held today ;ock, with the Rev. Lawrence j at the Roughrock. Friends ichreiber, OFM, officiating. I • Churdi in Roughrock, Ariz.i at -Burial will be in Memory [ ; 1 pjn. with the Rev. Vera EUis •• Gardens. Mrs! Brown died - bffidatirig; Burial was in\the Friday at Sari Juan Regional i Roughrock'Cemetery. Mrs. - Medical Center. She is sur- i ^'Benally died in Monument j vived by her husband, Frank j Valley,: Utah, Saturday; She is Brown of the famUy home; a';; survived by her husband, Bilason, Irvin D. Brown of Ship- | tso BenaUy; four sons, Haskie rock; two grandsons, Erwin D. j T. Hant, Freddie BenaUy, Sam Brown and Shawn M. Daniels ; Benally and Tom Benally; of Shiprock; four sisters, i three daughters, Bessie H. Katherine Daniels, Pearl • BenaUy, Fannie BenaUy and ' Daniels and Mary Keahne of ; Dorothy Ralph, aU of RoughShiprock and Rose Carrol of i rock. There are five grandDenver, Colo.; arid a brother, | children. Funeral arrangeNed Keahne of Crownpoint. • ments are under the direction There are three nieces and •of Cope Memorial Chapel. 3 <A^ 7111^ nepheWsv PaUbearers wiU be : Jimmie Daniels, Elton , Daniels, Peter Davis, Terry Sanford,[Donald Ray Yazzie and Howard. Jim. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial • BEGAY T-» Virginia Ma. Chapel^ £ § c i i ^ , C,x$A Begay, 30, Shiprock, died'Tuesday as the result of a traffic accident on U-S- 550. Survivors " a .ri include' her mother, Susie .J • Begay,-Shiprock. Services are «.-••' - f " , _ . , pending a t Cope Memorial ,• .'•.-- BENALLV — The funeral of Chapel. Susie BenaUy, 63, Toadlena; Ay AS has been set for 2 p.m. Monday at the Toadlena Christian Reformed Church with James YeUowmari officiating. Burial j wiU be in the fariuly cemetery. I •n/J-''! Mrs. Benally was dead on ^ arrival Thursday at the Ship• Art BENALLY rock Public Health Service Funeral service for Helen BenaUy, Red Rock, [Hospital. Survivors include her Ariz., who died Saturday at the husband, Esclay BennaUey ot • Toadlena; seven sons, Joe G.s U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Shiprock, is; pend-; BennaUey,: Newcomb; Lee E. ing under the diredion of Cope BennaUey, Francis L. BenMemorial Chapel. She is surnaUey and; Leonard L. Benvived by her husband, Luke naUey,.aU of Toadlena; George. BenaUy. . ;-_g G. BennaUey, Dallas, Texas; Emest Fl BennaUey, Kirtland; ,. and Esclay: BennaUey n, serving^ with .3_; U:S.. Army in Germany;, and five daughters, .— - 77llA~1^ A Lucy N. Tsosie, Dorothy Bdi:y naUey and Irene Johnson,; aU of Toadlena, and Jessie-'L. BEGAY-Gary Begay, 21, of BennaUey and Betty A. Ben- Shiprock died Tuesday at his naUey,. both of Shiprock. There home- of apparent, natural are 36 grandchildren,. nine , causes. He is survived by his great-grandchildren, five mother, Ethel .Fl Begay of nieces and two nephews. The : Shiprock, and an aunt, Ella seven sons wiU serve as active I Bird of Sanostee Trading Post paUbearers. Funeral arranger ' Funeijal' service is pending tnents are under the direction ; under direction of Cope Memoof Shiprock Funeral Home.-: ' rial'Chapel.."

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', BENAlilE/- Funeral" -gervice for MUdred E. BeriaUie, 1 43, of Fraitland, wiU be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the ] Alma Brandi LDS Church.in | Fruitland with Bob Begay, i president, officiating. Burial ; wiU be in. Greenlawn Ceme.. ery. PaUbearers.wiU be Johnson BenaUie, Aridy BenaUie,' ..Gilbert Beriallie,' Donald . BenaUie", Watson BenaUie and Harry Buck.; Mrs. Benallie . ;#sd..Sunday "at San': Juan.: Regi.h-riMedical Center/ Sur-; vivors include her husband, George Benallie; five sons, Johnson, Andy,', GUbert, Terry and; Ernie Benallie, alii of Fruitland; one daughter, Judy BenaUie of Fruitland;-parents, Jim and Elizabeth Buck of Burnham;,four sisters, Grace : BeriaUie, Mary BenaUie and Sadie Harvey of 'Farmihgton, and Dorothy Jim of Fruitland: five brothers, Herbert Buck of Dalles Port, Wash., Robert Buck of Fruitland, Harry Buck of Fort-Defiance, Ariz .Wilfred; Buck! of Carson, Lee Buck: of Farinington; and three grandchUdren. Arrangements are under direction of ACope Memorial Chapel.

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... ._-Thfe funeral .f BEGAY-—'/Funeral; service • IRaynard/V. .Bennett, 21, for Deriet Yazzie Begay, 89, Fruitland, was scheduled for 2 Shiprock, wiU be held at 10 p.m. today at A Saints Chapel U • ajn. Tuesday at Cope Memoriwith the Rev. Henry Bird [ al Chapel with the Rev. AUen officiating with burial in MemNeskahi Jr. officiating. Burial. ory Gardens. Bennett died wiU be in Meriiory Gardens. Monday. Survivors indude his Begay died Friday at the parents, Raymond and Irene Shiprod. PubUc Health Service Bennett; daughter, Sonja_ Lee Hospital. He was a;counselor Bennett; and six sisters, aU with the Shiprock Department, from Fruitland; his'maternal an official of the Shiprock grandmother, matemal greatChapter House and a member of the Shiprock Fair [commit' grandmother, eight aunts, tee. Survivors indude his wife, three uncles, one great-unde NelUe yazzie; three daughters, and numerous cousins. Serving Bertha^ Dodge, Alice Hayes as pallbearers were Phillip and Bessie Yazzie; three sons, Pinto, Raymond Pinto/Rudy Everett Yazzie/ Herbert Benally, Clayton Benally, Yazzie and Chee Dl Yazzie; "'^Michael R. Warren and and two sisters, Denet Yazzie Leonard J5am. Cope Memorial Mitsoi andMrs, Joan Hunt. A U ^ Chapel was in charge of arare of Shiprock: There are 22 rangements. I . ^ p grandchildren arid 16 greatgrandchildren.' PaUbearers wiU be Earl Yazzie, Herman " Yazzie, Michael Yazzie,: > Obituaries Willard Sells, William Sells j ^BEGAY-Filbert Begay, and Wally Hayes. Funeral three-month-old son of WUbert irrangements are under the and Lena Begay, Shiprock, .____-_.__ i died Saturday at the -U.S.•PubUc Health Service Hospital in, Gallup. Funeral services • directiori^if Cope Memorial were held at 10 a.m. today at Chaod... / the Navajo.FuU Gospel Church iin Shiprock with the Rev. Hoswood Brown officiating. \^-'y)A&., A T T * Burial was in Shiprock : BEGAY—Funeral servicie Cemetery. In addition to his 1 for Leo Nez Begay, 49, Aztec, parents he is survived by his ; who-died at the U.S. Public five brothers, Raymond, •Health Service Hospital^in Egbert, Norbert, Jefford and [GaUup, is set for 10 .aim.Jasper; three sisters, Loretta, Wednesday at Berean Misskt. Clara and Delphine, aU of the Im^ Huerfano ^ijq";the J&evA f a m i l y home; m a t e r n a l , Leonard Rafael officiating.' (grandmother, Todacheene f Burial will be iri Brethren in, ; Begay, Red Rock, Ariz.; .Christ Mission Cemetery.' paternal grandfather, Topaha [.Begay is survived by his wife,-, j Nez, Red'Rock, and paternal Eva Nez Begay, Aztec; six \ grandmother, Tsetah Bitsih, sons, Ernie Nez Begay, Red Rock. Arrangements are Elkhart, Ind., Earl Nez Begay, under direction'of Cope Cassopolis, Mich., and Memorial Chapel. Emerson: Nez Begay, Erwin Nez Begay, Harold Nez Begay, I and Anderson Nez Begay, aU i of Aztec; four daughters, Mary I Lou 'Emerson Nez Begay, |i Marilyn Nez Begay, Marion i'Nez Begay and Verna Nez /.Begay, aff of Aztec; two sisters, Marie Canuto, Blancd Canyon, and Boncio Victor, Shiprock; two brothers, Augustine Nez' Begay^ Blanco Canyon, and Paul Nez Begay, Blanco Trading Post;; and one grand da u g h te r 1 A c ti v e paUbearers; W I be Augustine U Nez Begay; Tully Cariuto, Harold Yazzie, John Yates, Leonard Canuto and Leroy Nez Begay. Funeral arrangementsare under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel

i BEKIS — Funeral service ,-. BEGAY..'—. TotSone Begay, | for Harvey Bekis, 51, Shiprock, '82, Shiprbck, died Tuesday at wiU beat 1 pjn. Friday at the the Public Health Service Hosi Shiprock Christian Reformed pital in Shiprock, Funeral ser; Church with the Rev. Bert vice wiU be at 10 ajn. Satur1 BenaUy officiating. Burial wiU day with the Rev. Christopher | be in the Towoac Cemetery at Kerr, OFM, officiating, flurial Towoac, Colo. Graveside ser? wiU be in the Shiprock. Ceme-. •vices will be conducted by the tery. He was a well-known Morgan and Singer Veterans of? pedicine man.' Surivors inForeign Wars Post, No. 9517. clude his wife, RpseMitcheU of Bekis died Saturday at Cortez,. the f a m i l y , home; two Colo., Survivors include two Slaughters; Katie Jim and Joan daughters, Shirley Bekis of Joe; both of,Shiprock; and [two Shiprock and Theresa Lone- aunts. There are 16 grand-; wolf•', of. Provo, Utah; five children and 38 g r e a t sisters,' Lena Dawes °f Ship-' grandchildren. Pallbearers • rock, Bessie Martin of Towoac, | wiU be his grandsons, Harrison Anna Ahkeuh and Sarah Clark Joe, Hugh Jim, Henry Joe,. of/Cortez and Daisy Lee of Larry Joe,- Raymond Fulton Sheridan Wyo.; and one and Jim John Begay.. Funeral brother, Joe Scott of Towaoc. -Urangements are under the There are five grandduldren. [direction of Cope Memorial Pallbearers Will -be Alfred Chapel. Bennett, Albert Bennett, John Begay, Melvin Jim, Jack Lee • and Peter Scott. Honorary pallbearers wiU be Joe Scott, Simpson Bekis Sr., Big Joe and Ernest Herder. Funeral ar-" rangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Cfaapel

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N D I T I BfeGAV - f uKeral service 7 C^.-rT'pTf | tor; Elouise Linda. Begay, 23, BENALLY — Funfer&l ser- j Shiprpck, wiU be-, at 10 ajn. vice for Jimmy Paul BenaUy, ' Saturday at Christ the King: 35, Shiprock, will be at 10 ajn. | Catholic Church in Shiprock Saturday a t Cope Memorial | with the Rev.- Chris Kerr,, aapelwith the Rev. Corwin ; OFM, officiating. Burial wiU , Brummel and Albert Henry' be in Shiprock, Community ; officiating. Burial wiU be in i Cemetery. Miss Begay was , Mdnpry Gardens. BenaUy died" i dead on arrival at the PubUc 'Monody at the Public Health l;Hea}th Service Hospital in ;S_vice Hospital in Shiprbck. Shiprock June;28. Survivors i He was; a heavy equipment J, indude her parents, Hosteen | mechanic with. Navajo Engi- | Nez Begay and; Rose Benally | neeririg arid Construction Au-"! Begay of Shiprock; four | thbrity./ Survivors indude his I brothers, John Begay of Oak I wife^'Mrs. Delores Ann Benal-j Springs, Ariz;- John Lewis | ly of Shiprpck; three sons, i Begay of Shiprock,'BiUie John Lawrence Paul BenaUy, Jim- I Begay of Cove, : Ariz., and < my Paul BenaUy and Stanford [ Billie Johnson Begaty of Red Pad; BenaUy, all of Shiprock; VaUey, Ariz;;fivesisters, Mrs. his mother, Ida; Benally of j Bessie Tutt of Shiprock and Shiprock; six brothers, John- \ Mrs. Irene Nakai, Mrs. Louise son D./BenaUy- of Monument JBluehorse, Mrs. Lorraine Pete VaUey,; Robert H. BenaUy of'/and Rose Marie Begay, aU of Holbrookj Ariz.,/Nelwood Etsit.1 Red VaUey. PaUbearers wiU ty, Earl BenaUy, Nat D. Benal- ;| be BiUie John Begay, Alvin ly and, Lee D. BenaUy, aU of j Harvey, VergU Yazzie, Araold Shiprock; and two sisters, j Yazzie, Johnny Nez Begay Jr., Lucinda Henry of Albuquerque [Harry; Nakai and Thomas and, Lola Bekis of Shiprbck. .Bluehorse. Funeral arrange[ Pallbearers will be Ronnie , ments are under the: direction [ Clafi^, "CJiris Setts' Calvm Benal- W the Shiprbck Funeral Home" ly, Hubert Benally, Ronald ' •• miAA Etsitty, Sterling Tsosie and Stanly Tsosie. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.
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•/ BEGAY fr Funeral service for Amy S. Begay, 63, of Bisti, • wiU be held at Cook Memorial Chapel at 2 p.m. Tuesday with . the Rev. Joe Lee.Gray officiating. Burial will follow in Greenlawn cemetery. Mrs. Begay died Friday at the PubUc .Health Service Hospital in Shiprock after an illness. 'Survivors i n c l u d e ' t w o . daughters, AUce Pierce, Bisti,,; 7,and Harriet Manuelito, Tohatchi; one son,, Samuel Begay and, two brothers, Lester S. Begay and Lester Boyd^-aU of .Bisti; 19 grandchildren and. seven greatgrandchildren. Active , pallbearers will be Ernest, •• Manuelito,- Paul, Tom, and / Johnny Johnson,, Bobby Johnson, and Samuel. Begay. Funeral'arrangements are under iirection of Cope Memorial

I BENALLYSON - FiiMal service for Jeffrey BenaUysoni 20, Farmington, was held at 2 p.m. today in the Cope Memorial Chapel with the ltev; Bob Walker officiating. Burial was in Memory G a r d e n s . BenaUyson died Saturday'near GaUup. He was preceded in death by a brother, Kenneth BenaUyson. Survivors include • his mother, Mabel Johnson of Durango, Colo.; his father, Nelson Benallyson Sr. of Bedabito; six sisters, Bemie Casaus of Farmington, Carolyn, MaybeUe and Nelda Benallyson of Shiprock, and Jamee and BeUnda BenaUyson of Durango; a brother, Nelson Benallyson Jr. of Shiprock; \ maternal grandmother,-Mae [ Canuto of Blanco Trading Post; paternal grandmother, Bejebah Benallyson of. Bedabito; and a foster .brother, Delvin Johnson of Durango.,There are six nieces /and t h r e e n e p h e w s . PaUbearers were Alvin Benny, Herman Kelewood, Leroy-. Be toni, Raymis "Guy" Harrison, Earl Betoniand Phillip VflenaUy. Honorary paUbearers were Nelson Benallyson Sr.r Nelson BenaUyson Jr., WUbur Canuto, Ray Casaus, W'U'e ' Benally, Donald Benjamin, X ' i Gary Lee, Delvin Bates, Pete • BenaUy and Richard D.- Har- ; rison. Funeral arrangements ' are under the direction of Cope . Memorial Chapel. '

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BARBER - Funeral service ie for Nita S. Barber, 69, Ship. rock, will be held Friday at ' s- Christ the King Catholic.-' !d: Church in Shiprock at 10 a.m. with the Rev. Flann O'NeU '• BEGAY — Graveside ,_._. ! sert- officiating. Burial will be in .Vice for the infant daughter of d the Shiprock Cemetery.- Sur-,f .Alexander and-Lucinda Begay n_ vivors indude a niece, Emma | of Kirtland wiU be held Sature Lee: J[oe; a nephew, John Jay • ? day a t 10 ajn. in Memory a^ Jr., both of Shiprock; a step- [: Gardens. The baby died ThursW"""soiv-Kenneth Barber of .Dag- . i day at San, Juan; Regional i- gett, Calif.,;,..-three -step: Medical' Center. Survivors, '•.. daughters, Alice. B. Joe. and [ besides her; parents, indude \ Mary Ann Burton of Shiprock f three; sisters; Aurelia, Alexan' and JuUe . WUson of". Window .' , dra and Arlinda Begay, aU of' Rock. There;are 41. grand-. •'• i the family home;: maternal children and. Il-*grea~t- '• : grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.-, -Joe B:/Oiarley of Chaco Ca• grandchildren. Pallbearers wiU be Eugene B. Joe, James . ! nyon;. paternal, grandmother,, Ben Joe, James Joe Jr., John-".! i Annie;C.; Begay of Aneth, ny Jay, Jimmie B. Joe and j vDtab,.and/the,niate_ial great/ John R. Burton. Funeral ar--.' t grandfather, Tom ChischUly of Chaco: Canyon! Funeral, arrangements are • under the direction, of Cope Memorial A Irangements are- under the •direction of Cope Memorial Chapd. j cfff]<L. ' ^Chapd. X'Ay###BOT_TEXT###lt;Ai:x%AA: A —1-

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VBACA —Funeral service is Archuleta, and Garland Lowe. pending for.Felima E. Baca, Survivors include his, wife, 8?,; 316 [W. Ross, who died Marie, of the famUy home; a Wednesday, at home. Memorial brother and eight sisters, aU in contributions may be made: to Greece. Funeral arrangements the Sacred Heart Building are being directed by Cope Fund or to St. Rose CathoUc ! Memorial Chapel. [ Church.' Arrangements are.. being, handled by. Basin; Mortuary.': \*

\ C A BEGAY — Funeral service for Amy George Begay, 28, BEGAY ,— Funeral service Red Rock, Ariz., wiU be at 2 for Keeyah Hoskie Begay, 57, pjn. Thursday at the Shiprock of Shiprock, is scheduled at 2 Funeral Home Chapel with the -p.m. Friday at Mesa View Rev. James Yellowman of•Assembly of God Churdi with ficiating. Burial wiU be in the jthe Rev.,Charles Lee.officiatShiprock Cemetery. Mrs. ing. Begay died at the VeferBegay was dead on arrival at ans Administration Hospital in the Shiprock Public Health 'Albuquerque on Tuesday. Service Hospital Saturday, the *flurial will be iri Memory kj aparent apparent victim of a Gardens. PaUbearers wiU be Ts- hit-and-run aeddent at Table Larry Duncan, Leonard - Mesa. She was a SUversmith •Hoskie, Rayomond Begay, JJ and rug weaver. She was i •Glenn Duncan,' Delbert Begay preceded in death by ^ ^ s ^ ^ A ^ s & A ^ M W i : L mother, Cynthia George,her j in 1 tt •Juiclude his: wife, Helen; a' 1976. Survivors include her ' daughter,. Rose Miller,' of 6 husband, James G. Begay; two Fa rm ing-C-iT*fw"b"^ . iTp. ' lu sons, Lames and Raymas daughters: Betty Morgan of 3 Begay; two daughters, Melinand Vera John, both of Shipda and Cynthia Begay; four rbck; and two sisters:; brothers, Junior, Phillip, Margaret Begay and Roselyn James and Daniel George; Duncan, both of Sanostee. IS three sisters, Anna Tanner, There are seven grand,$ Roselyn Begay and Evelyn children. Funeral arrange. Lewis; and her father, Jack ments are under the direction 3- George. AU are residents of of Cope Memorial Chapel. •- Red Rock. PaUbearers wiU be ^ her husband, James G. Begay, • BEGAY — Funeral services • -. brothers Junior and James are pending under the direc^ George, William Blackie, tion of Cope Memorial Chapel j^L Calvin Martin, Manuel Jim. for Mason Begay, 67, of Pueblot Funeral arrangements are unAlta Store, who was dead on der the direction of the Shiparrival Tuesday at Crownpoint rock Funeral Home. hospital. Survivors indude a ." . J o . . „... . : daughter, Mary Jane'Joe; a i son, Davis Begay;. a brother, John Mason; and a sister, Margaret Mason, all of Uppei Fruitland.;,: . | C | 1 %

! BARBER-Fune/a/ service for Margaret Barber, 75 Sonastee, who died Monday in Fort Defiance PubUc; Health Hospital, is pending at Cope Memorial Chapel/Mrs. Barber is, survived by a. daughter, Marti ^ Begay, and a grandson, Archie Begav.

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BEKIS — Anna Mae Bekis, 53, of Bedabito, died Saturday at the Shiprock PubUc Health Service hospital. Survivors include the husband, Melvin Bekis; five daughters, Barbara Platero, Patricia Bekis, Melva Bekis, Jo Ann Bekis and Shirley Bekis, aU of Bedabito; five soas, Donald Bekis, Irvin Bekis, Jonah Johnson and Stanley Joe of Shiprock and Gary Bekis of Bedabito; father, Denet Yazzie Begay, Bedabito; a sister, LUly Bekis, Bedabito; a brother, James D. Yazzie, Shiprock; two uncles, WUUe C. BenaUy and Ben C. BenaUy of Bedabito; and six grandchUdren. Funeral service is scheduled Tuesday at 10 a.m. at Cope Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. John Talley officiating, Burial is to be in Memory Gardens.

flSMALLYSOri§2 hlneral _ 1 service is/ planned at 10 ajn. Wednesday in the First Baptist:; . BEGAY -i- Funeral servid. Church of Shiprock tor Ber is pending for Randolph T/ jebah BehaUysph/of Bedabito, Begay Sr.; Navajo Tribal who died Sunday at the PubUc' Councilman who died Monday Health Service Hospital iri . at_ the PubUc Health Service Shiprock.' She was 104 years Hospital in.Shiprock. A resiold.The Rev. Paul Redhouse ; dent of Kriyenta, Ariz,, he was wiU officiate at the; service and' 59. Begay was a retired emat burial in the famUy ceifae-' : ployee of the. PubUc Health tery at / B e d a b i t o . M__ ; Service Sanitation DepartBenaUyson, a rug.weaver, is ' ment. Survivors include his ; survived by a daughter; Ainy wife, Mary S. Begay of Kayeni Reeves of v; Bedabito; a son. ta; three sons, Jonah Begaye Nelson Benallyson Sr. of of Shiprock, Randolph T. Bedabito;19 grandchildren; Begay Jr. of Rock Point, Ariz., ; 48 great-grandchUdren; three. and Ricki T; Begaye rof Tuba i great-great-grandchildren; and City, Ariz.; and; seVen. •two step-great-grandchUdren. daughters, Lillian Young, PaUbearers at the funeral wiU Gloria Blackhorse and Matilda be Leo Redhouse Jr., OUver R.: S. Begaye ot Kayenta; VirginReeves, Key Bidtah, Arnold Eagle, Nelson BenaUyson Jr., •' ia Hatch, Rosemary S. Begaye Norman Frazier and honorary 5 arid Victoria Begaye ot paUbearers Leo Reeves, Eddie n Fruitland, and Patricia L. Begay,K Nelson Reeves, LesUe i. Begaye of Rock point, Ariz. : Begay, biU BenaUy and Nelson ro There are 12 grandchildren. Benallyson. Funeral arrange- & Funeral arrangements are unments are being handled; by;, i' der the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. _ Cope Memorial Chapel.

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BEGAY - Funeral service for Glensbah Begay, 73, Naschitti, wiU be at 10 ajn Thursday at the flaschUU Christian Reformed Church with the Rev. Marinus Albert, officiating. Burial wffl beJta the Naschitti Cemetery. Mrs. Begay was dead on arrival at the PubUc Health Service Hos , pital in Shiprock Monday. Her death was attributed. to a "' house fire. Survivors indude a i daughter, Sarah Kieyoomia of [ Naschitti; two soris, '(.harlie Begay of Tohatchi" and Pad 1 Begay of Naschitti;' four • brothers,. Yazzie Tsosie of Navajo and WUUe, John and WUbert Tsosie, aU of Nasdiitti; and two Sisters, Susie Etcitty and Grace Carl, both of Naschitti. There are 15 grand'! children and 31 gr'eat•• grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Jonathan Bindues, Delbert Clah, David Paul, Joe Kieyoomia J r . , E r n e s t Kieyoomia and Robert Harris. Honorary paUbearers wiU be Fred Dale Jr., David Dale, PhiUip Dale and Albert Bicenti. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Shiprock Funeral Home.

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, BENALLY-Graveside ser-_ vice was held today at 10 a.m. [ in Memory Gardens cemetery ,. for Caryl Lee BennaUy, infant I son of Harrison and Alyce•'. i _ W M Jane BenaUy Jr. of Frmtland, Lunas. Other survivors include ' who died Wednesday at San a brother, Thomas Bluehorse; Juan Hospital. This corrects sisters, Marilyn, Melinda, an error written in a notice Caroline, BeUnda Mae, Alberta carried Thursday. He is sur- and Ariinda Bluehorse; patervived by his parents Harrison nal grandparents, Mr. and and Alyce Jane BenaUy Jr.; Mrs. Frank Bluehorse; and his sister Cheryl Ann of the maternal grandparents, Mr. famity home; his brother, and Mrs. Hosteen Nez Begay. Daryl of the home; his pater- The funeral has been set for 10 nal grandparents, Harrison a.m. Friday at Basin Mortuary and Joanne Benally Sr. of Chapel in Farmington with Frmtland; his paternal great- Father Adam Wethington, grandparents, Capitan and OFM, of Christ the King Elouise BenaUy of Teecnospos, CathoUc Mission ot Shiprock, officiating. Burial wiU be in Ariz.; and two uncles, Neda Greenlawn C e h i e t e r y . Brady of Fannington and Alan [PaUbearers are Thomas BlueBrady of Shiprock. Funeral arrangements were under the hbfSe, Harold JohnsOn, John Begay, BUly John Begay, direction of Cope Memorial Terry Begay and Lee Joe Levi. Chapel.

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BENAIXY-Fim'erll-eh-ct for Junior Benally, 44 Fniitland, who died Wednes day at BemalUlo County Medical Center, is set for 10 ajn. Monday at San Juan Episcopal Mission with the Rev. Henry Bird officiating. Burial wiU be in Rose Garden Cemetery. Benally is survived by his wife, Mae BenaUy, Fniitland; four daughters, Anita BenaUy Morgan, Crownpoint, and Lorena BenaUy, Norma Jean Benally and Victoria BenaUy, aU of Fniitland; two sisters, Esther Smith and LUUe Smith, both of Fruitland; and his mother, Yazzie Betty BenaUy, Fruitland. Active paUbearers wiU be Freddie Smith, Freddie Pine, Kee Smith, Keciel Smith, Lee Barber and Kenneth Smith. Funetal arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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BROWN—Funeral service for John S. Brown, 49, Fannington, who died Sunday at San Juan Regional Medical Center, is set for 10 ajn. Friday at the LDS Stake Center, Farm; ington, with Bishop Elmer : Sherman officiating. Burial wUl be in Memory Gardens Cemetery. Brown is survived by his son, Peter Brown, Fannington; one daughter, Angela, Brigham City, Utah; two brothers, Robert Brown and Curtis Brown, both of Aztec; two sisters, Vera Elva Benson Service Saturday Brown, Aztec, and Grace Begay, Farmington; and four Elva Rose Benson, a native Saturday in Shiprock, with grandchildren. Pallbearers of Two Grey Hills, died Satur- friends invited day in an auto accident in wiU be Carl Eaton, CharUe Mrs. Benson is survived by Albuquerque. her husband, Albert Henj Sdiofield, JY Christiansen, A private burial service was derson; one daughter, Looya Elbert Hamblen, Herman held for her Monday at the Hanaghane; her mother, Nellie Hamblen and Floyd Johnson. famUy burial plot in Two Grey Benson; her grandmother, ; Funeral arrangements are unHills; Immediate famUy mem- Ethel Denetclarence; a der the direction of Cope bers participated in the tradi- brother, Michael Benson; and . Memorial Chapel. a sister, Gloria Benson . tional service. A memorial service is set for Todadieene. .

BEGAY — Funeral service for Gene Arthur Begay, 28, formerly of Waterflow, was held Saturday at the Church of the Nazarene in ChUchinbeto, Ariz., with the Rev. Charley C. BUly officiating. Burial was in ChUchinbeto Cemetery. He died Wednesday in Kayenta, Ariz.; Begay -Was a heavy equipment mechanic for Peabody Coal Co. and worked for six years".at - the Four C o r n e r s Power P l a n t Pallbearers were Amos Charley, Emest Begay, MacDonald Sherlock, Don BenaUy, Fred Joe BenaUy and Ronald Salt. Survivors include the wife, Marita Kee Begay, and •one daughter, Tomasita Segay, both d Pine Springs, Aifaz.; parents, Roy and Rose Msie Salt of -ChUchinbeto;; brothers, Roriald Salt of Kayenta, Herbert and Weylen

Salt of ChUchinbeto; sister, Shirley Ann Salt of ChUchinbeto; maternal grandfather, Big Lee Benally of Rough Rock Trading Post, and paternal grandmother, Hosteen Decheenie. Funeral arrangements were under the directioriof Cope Memorial Chapel. PESHLAKAI — Funeral service for Robert Peshlakai ST., 47, of Waterflow, is sdiedded for Monday at the Christian Reformed Church in Shiprock at 2 pjn. with the Rev. Abe Koolhaas officiating. Burial for Peshlakai, who died Thursday, wUl be in Shiprock Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Thomas Peshlakai, Phillip Peshlakai, William Peshlakai, Herman Atcitty, Jerome Yazzie, Patrick Lee and alternate Harry PeshlakaLSurvivors include parents, Tom and Daisy Peshlakai of Hogback; sons,

Robert Jr. d Lubbock,, and Arthur of New York; daughter, Roberta of Hogback; brothers, Thomas of Hogback and Harry of Fniitland; sisters, Dorothy Foster of Hogback and Mae. Atcitty of Fruitland,-and one ,.. grandchUd. Funeral arrange-ments are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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Iv; BEGAY^-Funeral '.[servic e •y- * i - i y ~ - k * y & m i .(--:;' ._. wmw • • • •_> ^ ^ m s A ^ W - ' ' " • ' • " ••':-;':- • for; Harrison Begay,: 33, ' f-/'JT'/^77 BEGAY - Funeral servic. of Burnham; and brothers Fniitland, who,died from natuBIG—Leonardo Big of ral causes Tuesday at /U.S.: is scheduled for 10 a.m. Satur- Oscar, Harry, Joe and Mark Kayenta, i-Ariz., died at the day at Lee and Oviatt Begay, also of Burnham; one ' PubUc Health Service Hospital' PubUc Health Service Hospital .in Shiprock,.is set for 10 a.m. Mortuary,, 103 E.'v'Ute", for aunt and two uncles-. I in Tuba City Monday. A welder Irving Begay, 35, ot Burnham, Pallbearers will be Oscar [Monday/at Lee & Oviatt' .'with Peabody Coal Company, | Chapel with the Rev. James who died Oct.; 31 n e a r Begay, Harry Begay, Joe /Big was 31 years old:.Funeral YeUowman officiating. Burial Hogback. The Rev. Sampson Begay, Mark Begay, Matthew service wiU be , at 2 p.ra. I wiU- be in Greenlawn Ceme-";iYazzie wiU. conduct services Begay Jr. and Bobby Johnson. Friday at Kayenta Presby[[tety.rBegay was bom March " [for Begay, who.will be buried Funeral arrangements are un-. terian Church with Rev: David '20,1934to Jay and MoUy Wash at the family cemetery-in der the direction of Lee and MoreUi officiating. Burial wiU . , be in Kayenta cemetery. Surin Shiprock; He was a farmer. Burnham. Begay, the son of Oviatt Mortuarv. He is survived/by his wife, Sam-and the late Priscilla AA^-]^AAy7A7, vivors include the wife, Rita Sarah;..five children, Elouise . Begay, was a veteran of BENALLY — Funeral ser- Big; one daughter, Iris Big; Begay, Henry Begay, Harrison Vietnam. He was a. laborer one son, Shawn Big, all of the formerly employed by Union vice for Sadie BenaUy, 71, of I. family home; mother, Lena Begay, Jr., Emnirita Begay ,1 Bluff, Utah, is schedded at 10 and Ambrose Begay, aU of the Carbide. He is surved by his Big; five sisters/Elizabeth i fanuly home; four- brothers, father, sisters Anita Johnson, a.m. Tuesday at the St. Christ- Smith, Rena Cly;-. Priscilla JuUus BPgay, Shiprock^ and Anna Mae Barber, Marie opher Mission in Bluff. Burial SmaU.Rosita Yazzie and TerBUly Begay, Farmington, Jack Begay, Alice Begay, Helen wiU be in Bluff. Mrs. BenaUy risita Big; four, brothers; Begay, Upper Frmtland, and Begay and Bertha Begav. aU died Friday at the Public David and,Orland Big. aU of Health Service Hospital in ; Kayenta,' 'Ariz.J'Rbrtaild' Big'bf Billy D i c k s o n , U p p e r Frmtland; and three sisters, Shiprock. A native of Mexican : Alice Max, Mary Yazzie and Springs, Ariz., she was born Mexican Hat,i,Utah,,George 7. ~ * - . - / • ? 7 7 [ Big'of Winsjow, Aris..,, arid the Elsie Doby, all of Upper BEGAY—Funeral service [ Jan. 5, 1906. She was the Fniitland. PaUbearers wUl be for Henry Begay, 41, Bisti, who daughter of Nakii John and the i maternal grandparents, WUUe Joe Doby, CecU Doby, Andy died Dec. 21; wiU be at 11 ajn. wife of the late Randolph j and Melba White of Kayenta, WUlie, Sam Jackson," Lee Wednesday at Cope Memorial BenaUy. She is survived by | Ariz. Pallbearers will be : Harvey and Jack Begay. Fu-' Chapel with the Rev. Fred sons, Dan and Baxter of Bluff, Ronald, George, David, Orland neral arrangements are under Yazzie dffidating. Burial wiU Claude of Shiprock and Floyd ; and Lawrence Big,; and Ranthe direction of Lee & Oviatt be in Memory Gardens. He is of-Farmington, daughters, Chapel. survived by one son, Heniy Jr. Mary Oshlev of Blanding, „, ... i..,. ., „.-,., • .„«. • • ,_ — of/Bisti; three daughters, [ Utah, Jennie Montano of Mon- ' d o l Pb Morgan. Funeral arXTAAAHry~ -~ " " ^ Priscilla, Juanita and Victoria, ! ticello, Utah, and Paulene rangements are under direeBARBER — Funeral service aU of Bisti; two brothers: Paul_ iMustadV; brother, Kee John tl()n "f Cope Memorial Chapel. for Clyde Barber, 58, of and Sam of Carson; and five i and sister, Baa Aticity. There'''" Frmtland, who died Wednes- sisters: Annie Mae d Bisti, are 39 grandchildren. Local day at San Juan* Regional Esther Simpson of Fruitland, arangements are under the Medical Center, wUl be at 1 Ruth .of Crownpoint, Ida Mae pjn. Sunday at Cope Memorial Nez of Fannington and Mary direction of Lee and Oviatt Chapel, with the Rey. Sampson , Antorao of Carson. PaUbearers. Mortuary, with the funeral: - • • ! _ ' _ ' _ _ _ • m m • • • -_. • Yazzie and the Rev. Freddie :wiU. be Howard Begay, Paul • being [ handled by San Juan •? - 9>" t 3*7 "7 EUridge offidating. Burial WiU/ Begay,. Leonard Tsosie, Peter Mortuary in Blanding. Npz, JimmyrAntodp,. and -fjptl. < BREWSTER—^FuAeral ser- Okla., for one-year., Survivors be in -.Memory Gardens/ Begay."""'* ^-•—'<•> '«^.,r vice .. [ Robert F r a n c i s include his father,. David for PaUbearers wiU be.. Wilson C . ; Brewster, 29, of the Hogback . Brewster ot Waterflow;,..stepj Jim, Johnny Barber, Melvin ' NelUe Buck of Shiprock was, Trading Post area, wiU be held mother, Mary Chee Brewster BUley, David Barber,, Tommy schedded at 2 p.m. today at at 10 ajn. Monday at Mesa of .Fruitland; four sisters. Pierce and David Peter. Serv- Cope Memorial - Chapel, with View Assembly of God in Helen B. Woody d Hogback ing as honorary pallbearers'.. the Rev. Scott Redhouse ofShiprock with the Rev. Charles Trading Post, Hazel Lore and will be Harrison Barber,./ ficiating. Burial was in MemoLee officiating. Burial will be Margaret RusseU ot Shiprock George Barber, Wilson Barber' ry Gardens cemetery. Mrs. in the Shiprbck Cemetery. / and Florence King of Hogback | Sr;; Richard Barber Sr.,.' Active pallbearers will be Trading Post; one brother, [ Phillip John and the Rev. Buck died Saturday at'San. Wayne Begay, Nephi BenaUy, -, Andrew Brewster: of, Twin Juan Hospital at the age of 87. Sampson Yazzie. Barber,: an! Frederick. Wing, Leo E Lakes; and cousin, Bernard [ employee of Foutz flurson and She is survived by sons. Lee Russell, Richard E. Russell Lee of Waterflow. ArrangeJohn Buck of Waterflow, a veteran of-World War II, is and Bernard Lee. Honorary ments are under direction d survived by his wife, Bessie Frank and John Frank Buck of j Shiprock, Wilfred Buck of Win- paUbearers wiU be James B. Cope Memorial Chapel Barber of Fruitland; two sons: : Woody, Andrew Lope./Andrew ; Wilson C Jim of Fruifland arid. Klbw Rock, Ariz.; daughters,. Brewster: and Tom Clark. i[' ymB'bAj^AS' ' iMarian fl. Nez and Annie' Johnny H. Barber of Hawau;' Brewster was dead on arrival i five brothers: Richard Barber • ! Dictcie of Shiprock; brother, at the U.S. Public Health : BEGAY—Funeral service for Mdtonflegay, 23, Naturita, and David Barber of; GaUup,: Joe Hat of Shiprock'; 'and Hospital in Shirpock on. Wed- • Colo., who died Friday, is set George and Jimmy Barber of sisters, Mary J i m / M a r y nesday. He was employed by. j for 10 a.m. Wednesday a t Table Mesa and. Harrison' Louise Buck, Helen Charley the Office, d Navajo Economic Christ the, King; Mission in Barber of Fruitland; four step-: j : and Annie Johnson, all of Opportunity- Crownpoint agensisters: Mary RusseU, Jessie ; Shiprock. There are 17 grand- cy and had previously been a; Shiprock. Burial wiU be-in Red Rock, Ariz. Survivors include Simpson and Mary Watson; of ; c h i 1 dr e n , 21 g'-.r e a t - pre-school teacher and superFruitland and Flora McKinley.! grandchUdren and two great- visor in Coyote Canyon for four ' his wife, Mary Begay; one son, Kerley Begay;. parents, Mr. of Shiprock;. and' one step- great-grandchildren.. Active years;with- the ONEO/'i brother, Wallace. Lester of | ; pallbearers at the funeral'wiU Brewster attended.elementary • and Mrs^FeUx.Begay; two Rock Point, Ariz. There are | be. WUford Buck, Frank Buck,. sdioblin Shiprock and gradii-' brothers, KeUywood Begay and Nelvin, Begayr and four ! fooir grandchildren.. Funeral,1 Raymond, Benally, Robert ated from Fort Wingate High arrangements are under the • Hays, Roger Tsingine and School. He also attended.col-. sisters, Bessie George,^Mary ; direction of Cope Memorial/ Herbert Dickie. Funeral ar-, [ lege at Bacone CoUege in • Chico, Mary AUce Begay and Rena Mea [Begay. 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BEGAY — Fmierw service for Risseil Joe Begay, 20, Shiprock^ wiU be held at 10,: ajn. Thursday at the fami^ home with Taft Blackhorse'"^ ofiidating. Burial WUl be u the Shiprock Cemetery.' Bega; died at Waterflow Sunday, thi victim of an automobile acd dent/ Survivors include his wife;,'5 Mrs. Glorianna W. Begay;; a daughter, Yvonne R. Begay; maternal grandparents, who adopted and reared Wm, Mr. and Mrs. Taft Blackhorse Sr.; parents, Jim, , Jack and Betty Jane BenaUy; three sisters, Doris Blackhorse, Laveme. BenaUy, Sand ra Benally; two brothers, Kalvin. Benally and Melvin BenaUy; and paternal grandmother, Mrs. Lena Begay, aU; of Shiprock. PaUbearers -will be Henry Yabeny, Arcenio Blackhorse, Lambert Blackhorse, GUbert Wagner, Larry Lowe and Jim Jack BenaUy. 1 Funeral arrangements are under the directipniffof Cope Memorial Chapl. Ai' •

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BEGAY — Funeral service for. Mabel H; Begay, 35, GaUup,: wiU be at 10 ajn.' Saturday at St. Isabel Mission in Lukachukai, Ariz., with the i Rev. Marcan Hettisberg.officiating. Burial wUl be in/the mission cemetery. Mrs. Begay died Tuesday.at the Shiprock PubUc Health Service Hospital. She is survived by, five daughters, Tina James Begay, Maxine James, Gwendolyn Harvey, Victoria Harvey and [.[Yvonne H. Begay, all of j [ pikadnikai; two _ms, Midiad j Harvey and Christopher Harvey of Lukadiukai; parents, 'BiUy, and Wiimie Davis of Lukachukai; four sisters, Loretta Davis Hosteen of i Navajo, Agnes Davis Tab of [ Rough Rock, Ariz.,' Darlene , Davis of Lukachukai and 1 EUzabeth Ann Davis d Chide, Ariz.; four brothers, Michael Davis, of Navajo, Freddie-Davis of Fort Ddiance;_Ariz.,.> Herbert Davis and Ernest/ Davis of Lukachukai; and paternal g r a n d m o t h e r , ' Nanabah Davis of, Lukachukai. PaUbearers. WU be Boyd Tah, i Leo McKinley, Wilson; McKinley, Michael Harvey, '/, Joseph Harvey and Michael Davis. Funeral arrangements,/ are under the direction of Cope;; Memorial.Chapel.

BAINBRIDGE - Funeral 'service for Henry Dodge Bain-; bridge, 62, Toadlena, will be at 1 p.m. Thursday; at the '•' Toadlena Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of; Latter-day Saints with President Sam •-Sloan offidating. Burial wiU be ' irithe Old .Toadlena Cemetery. ."• Bainbridge died Sunday at the Shiprock PubUc Health Service ; .-Hospital. He was a former Navajo Tribal Councilman from Toadlena and was a_» representeive for DNA. A vet-"" eran of World War H, he served with the 736th Field • ArtiUery BattaUion. during the j European, African arid Middle ';;; I Eastern campdgns.; Survivors j. indude his wife; Mrs. Grace Bainbridge; three sons, Henry. . Bainbridge Jr.-.Franklinflainbridge and.James Curley; five,;i daughters, Ella Mae BenaUy,; I, Marilyn: BitsiUy, Eva Rose ',' Nathanial, Chris and Ernestine ;_ainbridge; 13;meces[and five jnepheWs, all/of Toadlena. [There are 21=grandchildren l and three great-grandchUdren. g Pallbearers will be .Ernest • / Bainbridge, Henry Bainbridge Jr., Justin iH. Curley Sr., James Curley, GUbert Curley., , and Leonard L. BennaUy. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Shiprock Fu- /_, (neral Home. .7 '-.,' •'•-.;,. ;n

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•BEGAY - Funeral seme* : • for WiUie White Begay, 65,': Blanco, wiU be at 10 ajn. Saturday at Cope Memorial ' Chapel-with the Rev. John ! Peter Yazzie offidating. Burial, wiU be in Memory Gardens. • Begay died Monday/at the • j PubUc Health Service Hospital [ in-Shiprpck. He was preceded in death by his wife, Nancy B. White, in June 1977. Survivors indudeftwp sons.r-Billy W. Begay and Jphnriy W. Begay _& Huerfano;. four daughters,;! ! Rose Mary Whiteand Sarah __ White ;p£ Huerfano,: Bessie;1 Bunny of; Blanco Canyon and < Mary Ann podge of Fruitland; i four sisters,[Mary:BitsiUy.and ie Burns of'Huerfano and )thy,Yazzie- arid Bessie ie nf Carson; and three brothers, Jo_ White of Carson and Hugh White and Cecil White of Huerfano. There are 28 grandchildren and seven:, g reat- gran d child r e n. j Pallbearers will be Cecil White, Eddie BitsUly, Arvey White, Charley Dodge St.,.; Charley. Dodge Jr;, Thomas' Pine. Funeral arrangements.', are; under the direction of Cope ' MemorialChaDeL

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BEGAY — Funeral -/service , for AtweU BPgay, 62, Shiprock, ,jw_l beat[-10;ai3.,Saturday at f-'the Mesa5 View^-feembly5_f; ^'G/dd Church h. -S^prock with''; I thevRev. Charles Lee officia. ' [ ing. Burial wiU be in Shiprock i Cemefery with graveside rites 'conducted by the Singer ; Morgan Post No. 9517. Begay : died iri Frmtland,Monday, the 1 victim of an -auto-pedestrian i accident He/is survived by three.sons,Melvin YeUowhorse j of Shiprockr Leonard Begay,of I Sanostee and Herman Begay r of Pascagoula, Miss.; three { sisters, Sarah Begay of Chica• go, Dl., PearlMarie Duncan of j Shiprpck and Mary WUUe of ChUchinbeto,;-^iz.; and a i brother, Albert'/Charley of ; Fruitland. There are six; grandchildren, iPallbearers wUl be Herman; Begay, Boyd White, Woode Hkrrison, Ervin WilUe, Harry Bahe and Johnnie Yellowhair. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope/Memorial ^ Chapel.

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BEGAY —_?uhetal service Z^cAfAuX IHyAf** for Theodore Begay, 78, BEGAY^ — The funeral of . Toadlena, wUl be at 10 ajn. Dan King Begay, 31, Frmtland, 1 Saturday: at the Chapel of the is set for 2 p.m. Monday at [ Church of Jesus Christ ot Cope Memorial Chapel with i Latter-day Saints in Toadlena the Rev. Charles Massey of- ' . with Brandi Presided Samudi ficiating. Burial will be in.,;/. Sloan officiating. Burial wiU be Greenlawn Cemetery.-Begay;.-; in Canyon Home Cemetery died Thursday in; a. traffic \ near Toadlena. Begay died accident, on the Bisti Bridge. " Tuesday at the PubUc Health Survivors indude his parents, • Service Hospital in Shiprock. Mr. and Mrs. Jay King Begay He is survived by his- wife, | Lucy BeUe Begay of Toadlena; • of Fruitland; five sisters,:-' Joann King, Anita Henderson [two daughters, BeUe Burr and and Molly King,, all of . Annie Barber, both of' GaUup; Frmtland, EUa Claw, GaUup, j a stepdaughter, Rose Sloan d and Juanita King Begay of ; Toadlena; a son, Ben Begay of : Upper Fruitland; and two Shiprock; a stepson, Sammie. Begaye of St. Michaels, Ariz.;', brothers, Frank King Begay, a brother, Harold Theodore of Waterflow, and Sam King Toadlena; and two sisters, Begay, Frmtland. PaUbearers' Maxine Cohoe of Toadlena, arid wiU be Jay King Begay, Frank Edna Skeet of Vanderwagon. King Begay, Johnny HenThere are 16 grandchildren derson, Harold Yazzie, Joe and three great-grandchUdren. Yazzie a n d Pad Henderson. ; Pallbearers will be Richard Cope / Memorial Chapel is in Barber Jr., Raymond Burr, , charge of arrangements'. . Lester Barber, .Ben T. Begay, Sammie B. Begaye and Eugene Barber. Honorary ; paUbearers wUl be Sandy Burr i and Richard Barber Sr. Funer-.. i 'al arrangements are under the... )srcraf^_\van_ce Hos/ •'. HOSTEEHWwWce i direction of Cope Memorial teen, 21, Teecnospos,- Ariz., Chapel. .died.last Thursday at Ogden, ', Utah, the resdt of an accident. ';'; y Funeral, service "wiU be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the Cope. Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Chester Dean of. The Navajo BEGAY — Funeral' service : Bible Missionary Churdi on for Lena Begay, 45,; White• ; the Bisti Highway officiating. Horse Lake, wiU be at 10 ajn..' Burial wiU be in Greenlawn Friday ati Cope Memorial, Cemetery. Hosteen was a stuChapel with Brother Andrew, dent at the Job Corps Training i Begay offidating. Burid wiU; Center al Ogden at the time-of. be iri Memory Gardens. Mrs. '.his death. Survivors include Begay died Sunday at the/U.S_. ^his parents,, Ray and Lula • PubUc Health. Service Hospital f Hosteen d Sweetwater, Ariz.; in Shiprock. She was formerly \ .three brothers, Tom White of employed by K-Bob's Steak - Littlewater, Roy Hosteen of House and the Navajo Tribe at , Pin edale and Roger Hosteen of Fniitland; tod" sisters, Mary Wijnjow Rock. Survivors indutfe two" daughters, Ella' , Lou Grant of Cushing, Okla.,. ; Minnie Hosteen d Shiprock, ^ Whltehorse and Victoria Jim of; Farmington; three sons, Ben- [Mae Sales: of Nageezi,.arid ; Bernice Hosteen of Sweet- , jamin ,F. Martin and Ricky, Jim ot White Horse Lake, and; , water; and two uncles, Kee . Benson Jim ofFarmirigton-.a; [ White of Rock Point, Ariz., and/| niece, Lucy Bradley of Fanff-; ! Peter White of San Francisco, Calif. Pallbearers will, be ington'; a sister, Mary B., Roger Hosteen, Roy Hosteen,. Whitehbrse, White Horse Lake, i Johnnie White, Tony Johnson, and a brother John Lee Begay, •David.John and Peterson also of White Horse Lake. I Herder. Honorary paUbearers' There; are six grandchUdren. . wiU be Kee White.and Kenndh PaUbearers wiU.be John Lee ' White..,-Funeral arrangements! Begay, Wilson Bradley, are midd the direction of Cope Benson; Jim, Benjamin Martin,/ Max Bradley and Wilfred ', Mi-norial Chapel. - Bradley. Funeralf arrange- i fnents are under the direction;' of Cope Memorial Chapel..
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JOHNSON - Mrs. JenrtfeJohnson,-74, Fruitland, died Monday at Sain Juan JRegional Medicd Center. Funeral service wiU be at 10 ajn. Thursday at Cope Memorid Chapel . with: the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burid wiU be in Memory Gardens. She is sur-' ' vived by her husband, Carl Johnson of the famUy home; two [ sons, Howard Tsosie of Fannington and Denton Johnson of Fruitland; and four daughters, Joanne Bendly, Bessie Sorrelhorse, Lucy Lu- \ jan and Ida BenaUy, aU of ' Fruitland. Two sons, Curtis \ andUohnme, preceded her in i death, and her last brother, John Begay, died Monday at : his Tsaya home. There are 18 grandchUdren and nine greatgrandchildren/Pallbearers : wiU -be her [grandsons; Carl BenaUy, Michael Johnson; An- ' dYew Johnson, Harley Johnson, Buddy Benally and Gerald Johnson. Honorary paUbearers , wiUbe WUUam Smith HI and Tyrone • Smith. Funeral arrangements; are under the direction of Cope MempVial

••; - BEGAY — Funeral service •for Gerald D. Begay, 15, : Shiprbck; will be at 3 pjn. i Wednesday at the-Mesa View t Assembly/of God Church-of Shiprock with the Rev. Charles Lee officiating. Burid W 1 tie U f/ in the Shiprock Cemetery. ;. Begay died Saturday at Jack• sori'Lake, the vidim of, a drowning acddent. He is sur;• vived by his parents, LiUiefl. \ and Joe Kee Begay of shifh. t rock; three brothers,' Uoyd'JO/ r Begay of-Hawaii;1 Joe Kee Begay' Jr: r and Gilbert J. Begay of Shiprock;-four sisters, Roselyn Begay of HawaU; Lda Mae- Begay, LiiciUe A. Begay and Shawna Chris Begay of Shiprock;' maternal [ grandparents, Jim ..arid: Beth ' W. Cloud of Shiprock, patemd grandmother,,Katherine Atcitty Begay of Shiprock;. and a nephew, Tyrisds D. "Begay of Shiprock. PaUbearers wiU be Lloyd 0. Begay, Joe Kee Begay Jr.;, Ervin Bdidly, Gary Manygoat, Roy Yazzie and Leonard HUt. Honorary pallbearer wiU be GUbert J. Begay. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.' .

BEGAY,. H / Joint .urfeAl service for Harold Begay, 20, and Harvey Begay, 18, of Sanostee wUl' be' held/ a t 10 ['ajn;' Wednesday'at the ShipiA rock Christian .Reformed Church with the Rev/ Frank Curley officiating. The brothers died Saturday on U.S. , 550, near Kirtland,.victims d an automobile acddent. They are survived by their, mother, Ena Begay; three%-others, David Begay, Vincent Begay , and: Thompson Begay; five , sisters, Hden Begay, Mae Ann Begay, LOriaine/BegayiEUeii • Begay and/Darlene BegajKJ; _ maternal grandparents, Mr? ' [ and Mrs. Charley flegay; arid./ patemd grandparents, Mr./ 1 and Mrs. John Mike Begay. AIL are of Sanostee/ PaUbearers for Harold will be CecU Harold/1 Willie, Rex CharUe, Nelson Barber, Andy F. Begay, Johnny Lee" and Pad T. Begay. PaUbearersforHarvey wUl be Al Billie, Huskie; Frank, i Eugene- John; Oscar Larry r Nez, Harrison Nez Jr. and

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BENALLY — Funeral service for Earl BenaUy, 37, ,"„•' Shiprock, was at 10 ajn. today at Cope Memorid Chapel with Bert BenaUy offidating. Burid was in Memory Gardens. BenaUy died Sunday as the resdt of an auto acddent near Shiprock. Survivors indude his mother, Ida BenaUy, Shiprock;'" Hve brothers, Nat D. BenaUy,> i Lee D. Benally^ NeUwood Etcitty d Shiprock, Johnson D. BeriaUy of Window Rock, Ariz., and Robert H. Benally of Holbrook, 'Ariz.; did two sisters, Lucinda Henry of Albuquerque arid "Lola Bekis of' Shiprock. There d e numerous n i e c e s arid n e p h e w s . Pallbearers were David Scales,,-Robert Kee, Olson Yazzie,, Mike BenaUy, Stephen BenaUy and Hubert BenaUy. Honorary pallbearer was. Robert Calvin BenaUy.^^unerd arrangements were under the direction of Cope Memorid

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Benally; 10-yed-.Id/daughter d Jim Jack and Betty BenaUy of Shiprock, died Tuesday at -the BemaliUo Coiinty Medkal Center at. Albuquerque. Funeri al service was held af/_• 30 pjn. today at the Mesa/ View | Assembly, of God Church' in Shiprock with the Rev; Charles Lee officiating. Bm__was in I the Shiprock Cemetery; She was preceded in deathhy a [hrother, RusseU Joe BenaUy, in February 1979. Survivors, in addition to her parents, indude two; sisters, Doris Blackhorse •andfLaverne Benally; two 'brothers, Kelvin Benally and 1 Mdyin Benally; two nieces, iJennifer Blackhorse [arid '•Yvonne;, Begay; maternal J grandparents, Taft Sr. and Mary Jane Blackhorse, aU of Shiprbck; and; patemd gi andiparents-.Tom andLUly BenaUy fot RedRock.Pdlbearers were Kelvin "Serially, Lambert Blackhorsei.Ralph.Harrison,. Partell;-flenally; Gilbert L Wagner,' John Wagner. Pat .^Wagner was named as an ; alternate/pFuneral arrangements were under the direction of CppeMemorial Chapel.
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BENALLIE — . E s t h e r Joseph Aspaas. Funeral ar:Benallie;'71, Shiprock, died Urangements tire under the ^Mondayat Shiprock. Funeral d i r e c t i o n of Cope Memorial H service wiU be at 10'a.m. . . Thursday' at the Christian. Re- C n a P e l . formed Church ofiShiprock with the Rev/Sampson Yazzie BILLY — Funeral service Lucille BenaUy, Elsie 'Henry I; officiating. Burial wfll be in for FrankUn BUly, 23, Ship-. and NBimteJim; three! undes, the Shiprock Cemetery. Mrs. -rock, wiU be at 2 pjn. Wednes-' James Atcitty Sr., Harry AtcitBenallie is; survived by two Archie •day ai me Christian;Reformed ty and•','•••„ ,:. Atcitty, dl ef daughters, Eleanor Aspaas stiay_at"the - -tinsuan _-ui___i. v — •_*..•'__ L / _ . _ . __• _n-:__„_- - , , . » . , « , _ and Faynie Hinton.of Ship-; : Church d Shiprock with /the. Shiprpck/, PaUbearers wfll be rock; four sons; Chee D. ''Rev. Sampson Yazzie [officiate Howard Jim Jr., Roman Jim; Norman Harvey, Ervin Jim, ; ing. Buridi wUl be in'/ the • BenaUie ' Sr/, Jerry- BenaUie, | Harrison Jim and Lewis Atcitj SWprock Ceirietery. BUly died [Manuel Benallie Sr... .andA Saturday as the .resdt of a ty. Honorary pdlbearers-will*/ Samuel BenaUie Sri, of Ship- i drowning: accident in the, San be Bob Begay, Leroy Begay, rock; two brothers, John Kuigy , Juan River near Shiprock. He Johah Jim and Robert Jim. and Charlie Willie, both; of lis survived by his father, Kee Funerd arrangements d e un;-. Upper Fniitland;: and a sister, ; ; BUly, and his mother, Lucy der ^the direction ,pf Cope ;-r Ramon a M c K i n l e y of Billy of/Shiprock; two Memorid Chapel. %l IAT A<4 ;-• Fruitland;'. There are 25 grand- . brothers; Bob Begay d Waterchildren and 10 g r e a t flow and Leroy Begay of : grandchildren'. Pallbearers Kirtland; ..a half 'brother; will be Lemuel Benallie,-^ Timothy; Billy; his' great•Richard Benallie, Chee D./;' grandfather,/ Raymond Scott; Benallie Jr.', Sariiuel Benallie four aunts, .Bessie--; Bekis, BENALLY — F/;.eral-sevice for James D.,BenaUy, 31,_ Jr., Richard Funston and ." pAlbuquerque, formerly of i Burnham, wiU be at 11 a.m. Sattirday in the Chapel iri, the ( ,; Garden of- French Mortuary, i' lll-l U n i v e r s i t y N . E . , ae Barber, Melvin BiUey, San. Norman Wdter BenaUy A BARBER/— It/ene'.M. I/Albuquerque, with /the/Revi/j Barber, Bobby ManueUto and Barber, 47,.Fruitland, died John Fredy. Funerd arrange1 David. [Tutt Officiating. Inter-' ' BENALLY --: Funerd serMonday, at the San Juan ments are under the direction I ment will follow in Sunset vice for Norman Walter. BenalRegional Medicd Center. Fu- Of Cope Memorid Chapel. Memorial Park, 924 Menaul ly, 28, O Shiprock, wiU be held f - nerd service wiU be at 10 ajn. 'NE. Benally was murdered . 10 aim. Moridayat Mesa View \Thursday at Cope/Memorial Tuesday near his Albuquerque a Assembly of God Church with' ; Chapel with the Rev/; Dayton apartment. :;A graduate of the Rev. Fric /Lee officiating.";. ( ( -~_-..~_..7 'Blackwater officiating: Burial Albuquerque Rio- Grande High [ Burial will'foUow in Shiprock BEGAY — Funerd service, wiU be in' Memory Gardens. High-'School, he attended the .-. cemeteiy,,BeriaQy died .Thurs" for Joe Begay Jr.* 23, Bloom; '' Survivors include her husband, University of New Mexico in.-; day in Shiprock /from /an;; Byron Barber of the famUy field, wiU be at 10 a.m. Friday;'•': 'Albuquerque and,.was [em- :., accident. A: 1973 Mgh;; sdiool i home; three daughter^, Joan at Cope Memorid Chapel with /ployed as a road inspector with graduate from I^acip,, Colo., Barber, Ludllp. Barber and -Paste- Marvin G.;.Martin of' the New Mexico Highway. Dehe more recently was a memLynda Barber^ ..all of ficiating. Burial will be in / , partmentT He had been a : ber. .of the Northem Navajo Fniitland; three sisters, Anna - Memory Gardens. Begay died [: resident of, Albuquerque 16 softball team in Shiprock, I Heriistreet, Vena Manuelito Sunday, a stabbing victim. He/ i years and was active in^vari- playing: as a pitcher. Survivors and Reita Murphy of Farmwas employed at Chaco Na-[ ous sports in the city. He was a • include his pdents, Lewis dad : ington; and five brothers', ; Mond Monument and was a« • member of-the Church of Jesus Marie BenaUy;; of the family Robert Barber, Sam .Barber, U.S. Marine Corps veteran/: |Christ of Latter-day Sdnts: He home; three, brothers, Tom Lee Barber, John Barber and His survivors indude his moth-' [-is survived by his mother, And James BenaUy; both of WUson Barber, all/of. Upper . er and stepfather/Dorothy and. pMarie BenaUy O Bloomfield; f Shiprpck^; did'Jeny BenaUy, 'Fniitland. PaUbearers twiU be Teddy Dempsey rf Chaco Ga<; I two brofliers,GUbert/_.flehal- ;.fleclahito^ three sisters;/Rose/ • Robert Barber,. -Orlando nyon; .'two..sisters, Matilda; ' ly and. Andrew D, BenaUy d ' -Ann UditiUie, Shiprock,; Alta _. / ? . -•;•-.; Dempsey, and L a B e r t a " jjflloomfield;- seven sisters; Mae Foster, Sheep Springs, Dempsey of-'the''family home; !; Alyce Medina; of Santa Fe, and Betty- Jean/Talk, Many/ maternd grandfather, Jimmy/ f Evelyn Ashley of /Shiprpck, Farms;, Ariz.; -a maternal, Beyd of Chaco Canyon; ma-. ; [;/NdUe/Pacheco O /Albuquer- grandmother,, Minme Nez, and f ternal grandmother, Mary/ I que, Lois D. Lee of Carson, - dece,: Gorrina BenaUy,, both [of/ PadUla of Pueblo Pintado; two ; • Lena Natonid Kayenta, .Ariz., Shiprock; Active pallbearers rv aunts and three undes. Funer[ and: Linda Eaton: did Kathy , wfll he Jei_y,; James,;_id Tom [ al services are under, the i Napie of B l o o m f i e l d . BenaUyi Thomas/Peshlaka:iV;:; /direction of Cope Memorial 1 PaUbearers wfll be/Jay Medi- Hany Mike Jr., and PhiUip Chapel..-- s~i na-, Jan; Medina,/Leonard Foster/ Funeral/arrangements Brown, - Laurence Brown, are under the:direction of Cope ,/• • / £ C t v u ? T ;,«___:; Samuel Soce: and Leonard Liv4 Memorial Chapel/ •;ingstori.'HPnoraiy-pdlbearer/ . l O O u m ^ l<j frO ; ...wfll be Lorenzo Brown.-Memo; '/ rid Contributions may be sent to; Crime Stoppers, 401- MarquetteNW,-Albuquerque 87102.

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Begay and Nelson of Shiprock, Kee Begay- Cdandra Lynn Begay, sU'_. and Lods Begay, both of Oafe the family home; his parents; Sanostee;; four sons Tom F. He w a a reure ^ Springs, Ariz., Howard Begay Harry and Sadie Begay 0$ Be g a y of Warm Springs, Ore Railroad worker^ ana „ of Crownpoint, and/David Kirtland; bis father-in-law and And. F Begay and Henry L. (resident ofJjew m= Nelson,of Azusa, Calif.; three mother-in-law, Thomas arid, A S ^ b o t h ^ S a n o s t e e , and v ^ s m d u d e tos^ Mro daughters, Dorothy Tso | of' Rosemary Pad of Shiprock; {. William m Begay of San,(Mae ^ W ^ - d Frui tiand Teecnospos, Ariz., Jeanette; two brothers, Arnold C Begay,,. Benally, and Pearl Nahkai,:; | and Herman"".C. Begay; five' j. | both of. Oak Springs; one'l i sisters, Bertha/ Begay, Rena | ; brother, WilUe PoUy Begay/ . Begay, Charlotte Begay, Sandand one sister, Gloria MaeA ' ra Lea Begay and Sandra lita Yazzie, both of Oak Springs^ i Begay, aU of Kirtland; and his one itepbrother, RusseU Jackt^ i' maternal grandparents/ Lit-son, and two stepsisters, Mrs., [ tlepouch and Bessie Pouch d Paul/Buck and Margaret Har-i j Red Mesa, Ariz. PaUbearers •- risen, all of Shiprpck; lT 1 wfll be -Harrison Toney, Har.grandchildren, 26,greatrison Begay, Russell Gould, Home, grandchildren, and one great- .Johnson Begay, Hany Begay great-grandson. Active! \ arid Eddie T. Begay. Funerd pallbearers will be- David [arrangements are under the Nahkai,'Jones BenaUy, Andy (direction of Cope Memorial BEGAY — Funerd service, ;' Nahkai, Roy Tso, and Herbert for Joe C. Begay, 67, Shiprock, fHarvey J r . H oad r'ary wfll be at 10 ajn. Wednesday , pallbearers will be George . T , • at the Shiprock Christian Re- \ Nelson Sr., Bemard Bendly, formed Church with the. Rev. Eugene Tapahonso, Willard Bert BeriaUy officiating. Burid Frazier, and Sam Harvey. BLACKHORSE - Funeral wfll be in the Shiprock CemeFuneral arrangements are unservice for Nancy Bah Blacktery. Begay died Sunday at the der the direction of Cope horse, 89,;Shiprock, wiUbe at2 Public Hedth Service Hospital i Memorial Chaqel. .. p .ni: Friday at the Christian 1 iniShlprock. He:had worked' Reforined Church; of Shiprock with the?-Bureau: of Indian with the Rev. Frank Curley. Affairs from Sept, 3, 1944, tb officiatihg-.. Burial wiU be iri June 30,1972 when he retired.. ' BEGAY — Dpowoshen the Shiprock Cemetery. Mrs. He is survived by: his wife, Bendly Begay, -% .White. Blackhorse died Tuesday a t ; , Mrs. AUce C. Begay; two sons, Rock, died Wednesday at Sah~ the PubUc Health Service HosJ,C. Begay and Tommy C.' Juan Regiond Medcal Center.. pital in Shiprock. She is surBegay; two daughters, Betty Funerd service will .be at 10 vived by five sons, Little Joe of i-Lameman and Annie' CA 1 a.m. Saturday at/the.. Cope Two Grey .Hills,/'-Ambrose [ Tiegay; his mother, Catheririe.Memorid Chapel with the Rev. j Blackhorse, of Shiprock,: and • Dayton Blackwater [officiating., [ Peter H. Blackhorse Sr.> 1 Hosteen Gon Nez; two sisters, ! Mary Manygoat and1 LenaBurid wfll be in the; family| Harvey Begay Sr. and Albert Jim; three brothers, Roy; Atdtcemetery in the Bisti: area; Begay, aU of Sanoste-;: fourty, Joe Kee Begay and Kee Joe Begay was a longtime area iidaughters, Caroline Hannah, Atcitty; an uncle, Gon BenaUy, rancher. Survivors include; his ! Mabel Barber,, Lydia;Begay , .dl of Shiprock; and two aunts, wife, Mrs. Glenna BenaUy of ! and Olive Begay,- aU/.of ;SanJessie Rafed and Katherine Monsisco Mesa, 20"miles south f ostee; two sisters, Mary Nez ot' ',' Button, both of Tucson, Ariz. of Farmington, and a son, j Sanostee and Rachel David, [,' ThKe.are eight grandchUdren Jack BenaUy of White Rock. both of Little Water;/__d. a and; pile great-grandchild. The r e a re s e v e n j brother, Hos_layhe B .riaUy.pf ^PaUbearers will be[ Roger At; .grandchildren, 24 .great- , ...Two GreyHiUs.There are 26 xitty, Kee Joe Atdtty, Lew C. 'grandchildren and seven great"grandchildren and BffjgreatBegay,/Perry Atcitty, Elyis g r e a t - g r a n d c h i I d r e n. grand children arid-sbrgreatDawes' and Gary Manygoat. Palibeard-s wfll be Ambrose '[ g-r e a t - g r a n d'c.h i lad remai Funerd arrangements are unBenaUy, Raymond Benally, I "PaUbearers will be Peter Hr -der- the .direction, of^gbpe Jameson Stevenson; Leonard > Blackhorse Sr.; RarvejTBegay MenjpriaL'Ptjapel. \ ' Benally, Glenn Benally and -Sr.j'Bobby Begay, Peter,. ^1. I Herman; BenaUyv Funerd; arBlackhorse Jr., Harvey Begay Irangements are under the Jr. and -Benjamin;, Barber. direction of Cope Memorial Funeral arrangemeri(i:!are:unChapel. der the direction \ o \ Cope : Memorial Chapel. H&TT/'f'??/
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_-t. EY — Funerd service for. Wilbert Charley, 74, Little Water Trading Post, wfll be held at 10 a.m. Wedriesday at the "Christian Reformed Church of Shiprock with the, Rev. Frank Curjey officiating: Burid will be in the Shiprock Cemetery. Charley had been •,

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BEGAY — Funerd service for- Toh-Die-Cheeny Begay, 89, Red-Rock,. Ariz., who died ^Sunday at the PubUc Hedth ^Service Hospitd in, Shiprock,. vNriU be at 2 p.m. Saturday a t " ^ Cope Memorial Chapel with -j-the Rev. Scott Redhouse of [ J 5 ficiating. Burial will be; ii [ QjrVJemory Gardens. Survivors V-v include his- wife, Mary George A o i the [fdnUy home, and six ^ daughters, Mary Sells and Ella 7: Mae Begay, both of Red Vdley, Ariz., AUce Jones, Lucille Yazzie and Lena Begay, aU/of Shiprock, and: • Elsie Harvey of Kirtland. He is also survived by 50 grandc h i ' l d r en , 52 g r e a t /grandchildren, and 2 greatgreat-grandchildren. Active , /pdlbearers.'will:.be Emerson, -iPegayr Johrison: Begay, Lany Kirisel, Jimmie Begay, Darryl George and Olson K. Yazzie/ Honorary paUbearers wfll be 'Harrison flegay and Wallace Begay. Furierd arrangdnerits , arerniderthe direction of Cope T ; Memorid Chapel. - '

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BEGAY - i Funerd service I for Joe Yazzie Begay, 30, Blue Gap Mission at Chinle, Ariz., will be at 1 pjn. Friday at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Churdi in Chide with the Rev. Tom Schellenbach, OFM, offidating. Burid wfll be in the Mission Cemetery at Black Mountain, Ariz. Begay died Saturday at Shiprock. He was a self-employed carpenter. He is': survived by his wife, Mrs.. Elsie Badoni Begay of the family home; two sons, Joe Y. Begaye Jr. and an unnamed infant; /born Oct. 1, and a [stepdaughter, Joelene Eva [Badoni; all of the family home; his parents, Kee and Elsie Yazzie Begay of Blue Gap; five brothers, Thomas Y. Begay, WaUace Y- Begay,. ;Roger Y; Begay, Tony Y;flegayarid Wedey Y. Begay ot /Blue Gap; three sisters, Mrs. AUce Yazzie Tsosie of Salina Springs, Ariz., Mrs. Lois Teller 'I of Many Farms, Ariz., arid Lucey Y. Begay of Blue Gap. Pallbearers wfll be Wallace Y. Begay, Tony Y. Begay, Roger Y., Begay, Thomas Y. Begay, David Yazzie and Franklin Tsosie. Funeral arrangements are under the direction d the I Shiprock Funeral Home.
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BENALLY - F u n e r a l service^ for AUen BenaUy, 64, "st Michaels, Ariz.,, wfll be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Navajo Bible Church of Tsebomto with the Rev. John Clark official-j mg. Burial will be in St J I Michaels Community Ceme-' tery. BenaUy ded Jan. 9 at the Public Health Service Hospitd. m GaUup. He is survived by his wife, Mrs Mary BenaUy of the family-home;-seven sons, Daniel Benally of.Shiprock, Edward BenaUy,; Ernest D. BenaUy, Gene BenaUy,/Alvii Bendly and Earl Willisfldid ly, d l of St.. Michaels, ant Benny BenaUy of TsaUe, Ariz, six sisters, Rose Ann BeriaU; • and Jende June Bendly, botl of Phoenix, Ariz., Betty Jeai ,' Phelps of Window Rock, Ariz. Linda Marie Singer; of Ship rock; Darlene BenaUy of St Michaels and Mary/ Jim"Yel lowhorse of Cove, Ariz.; and ; brother, WUUe Jim of Morenci . Ariz. There are .21 grand chUdren. PaUbearers will: b , Benny BenaUy, Danny Benai ly, Edward BenaUy, Ernest I Eriksori,. Alvin Benally an Earl Willis BenaUy Honorar paUbearers wfll be WUUe Jin , Paul Allen Benally an Norman Singer. Funerd a rangeents are under the dire tion of Cope Memorid'Chap of GaUup. / y S p ^ s I f SO

'BSINBRIDGE '-f. neral service for Stdiley Bainbridge, 76, Two Grey Hills,; has been set for-10 a.m. Monday at the Baptist Temple in Shiprock, the Rev. Bob Walker officiating. Bainbridge was dead on arrival at US. PubUc Health Service Hospital in Shiprbck on Thursday/Survivors include his daughter, Kathleen BenaUy of Shiprock; two sisters, Nan-' meC. Begay of Pniitldid and.: Bessie Mailman of Navajo;/ three nephews, Wilbur C. Begay, Robert C. Begky and J e s s f C . flegay, '.a 11 . ot% Fruitland; five nieces, Ida Bradey, Eria Eltsosie, Edith Johnspn, AUce Simms and Ann Duncan, all of Fruitland.' PaUbearers are Martin Duncan, WUbur C. Begay, Ernest Eltsosie, Gilbert Chilchee, Ronald Simons and Buddy! | Bradley. Internment at Ship; rock CommunityCemetery.: Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Shiprock Funeral Home. BENALLY - Funerd service/for Thomas Joe BenaUy, a . 38-year-old Shiprock redded, wfll be at-.'10 a.m. Monday at' the Christian Reformed Church, Shiprock, with Pastor Abe Koolhaas officiating. . /Burial will!be in Shiprock Gommtmity Cemetery. BeriaUy ded Wednesday at the PubUc i Healths Service .Hospital-in; SMprockdter a;;long Ulness. Survivors iriclude his wife, Sandra Lee Bdidlyi,and his ; pdents, Chris/ Chilly and •Bertha BenaUy;. dl; oi ShipC rock; two -sons, Max Joe;/ Bendly and Travis Joe Bendly, both oi Shiprock;/.. brother,. Emest BenaUy,; Shiprock; and . five sisters, Mrs. Irene Begay, ; Eva M. BenaUy, and Louise Peter, aU of Shiprock, and Betty Ann Becenti, Fniitlarid; and Rose Fields, Farmington.-/i -Active pallbearers will, be / Ernest: BenaUy, Steve Peter,. Larry Fields,;;Edison- Becenti,/* Stanley Begay, Samuel flegay, "| Milfprd Becenti.. and Peter > Stokely. Funeral arrangements •-. are under' the /direction of-,/. Shiprock Funeral/Koine/

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ALLY; — Funeral setr-; viceforThomas Joe BenaUy, a S 38-year-old Shiprock resident,.' wfll be at 10 ajn. Monday at . t h e Christian Reformed 'Church, Shiprock; with Pastor Abe Koolhaas officiating.. Burlal'"will;be ,in- Shiprock' CPmmdiity/Cemetery/Benally*: ded Wednesday at the PubUc;; HealthS. .Service". Hospital in t. Shiprock dter; a long .illness. Survivors include ;his: wife, • Sandra'Lee BenaUy, and his • parents, ChrijJfJhilly and Bertha BenaUyi/aH ot Ship', rock;, two.sons,'"-Max./Joe ; . wflenally and Travis Joe Be_ai•• ly, both d Shiprock; a brother, i-, Ernest BenaUy, Sdprock; and V five sisters, Mrs^Irene Begay, " ' Eya/M. '--Benally. and Louise; '> > P. ter,/ aU of Shiprock, and": Betty Ahn -Becenti; Fniitland/' and Rose: Fields, Fd-mingtoa \ .Active paUbMrprs' wiU be Emest Bendly; Steye'Peter, 1 Larry Fields, Edison Becenti; 'Stadeyflegay, Sairinel Begay, Milford Becenti, and/Peter ; Stokely/Funeral arrangements \ 7 are under the direction of '• Shiprbck Funerd Home./; i, BEGAY- — .Funeral service for YeUpwhair Begdy,. 59, d - Rough Rock, Arizt.^has been , set for 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's CathoUc, Church in Fannington, Monsignor James Lindenmeyer officiating. Burid will be in Greenlawn i Cemetery. Begay died Thursday at U.S.-.. Public Health f Service. Hospitd in Fort De-; fiance, Ariz. He had been a ' member of the-.Rough Rock Demonstration School Board ' for the past eightyears, served on the grazing committee in toe Rough Rock area for 17 years, was Rough Rock Chapter House president for [ four years and,yice-preddent for-four years, and held van-. ' ous other local offices. Sur; vivors include his wife, I Dorothy Begay of the family home; seven daughters, SaUy | Johnson, Nonabah Etcitty, 1 Lorene Tohe, Emma Yazzie, i Genevea Begay, Melena Begay I and Evelyn Begay,' aU of Rough Rock; seven sons, Cecil 1 Begay of Many Farms, Ariz., Harrison Begay, Harvey Begay, Danny Begay, Victor Begay, Rex Kee Begay, i Alfonsa Begay, aU d Rough fc Rock,* one brother, Joe Bia d , Rough Rock. There are 41 | g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Active l paUbearers wfll be Danny Begay, Harrison Begay, Harvey Begay, Derinis YazzieN

BATES ^ F u n e r a l s&vice for Kenneth Bates Sr., 70, Shiprock, will be at the Churdi of Jesus Christ oi Latter-day Saints Chapel at Sdprock at 10 "a.m. Saturday, with Bishop James Begay Officiating, Burid wfll be in the veterans' ; section of the Shiprock Cemetery with graveside services conducted by the Veterans ot Foreign Wars Morgan-Singer Post Number; 9517: William Ashley will sound "Taps." Bates ded Sept. 17 at the ' V e t e r a n s H o s p i t a l in Albuquerque; He was a veteran/of World War n and the Korean War and served with the U.S. Army. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Roselyn Bates of; the. family home; three daughters, Delphine,

Delrbse and Delann Bates of , SWprock; two sons, Delvin and Kenneth Bates; Jr., SHprock; two brothers; Johnny Slowboy and Nelson Watchman, and a sister, Martha; McDonald, aU of Two Grey Hills. There are two grandchUdren. PaUbearers wfll be James McDondd, BiUy McDondd,. Hany McDondd, Joe Watchman,, Thomas Watchman and Clifford McDonald. Singer-Morgan Post members George Tutt, Clement. Goodluck, Harvey Begay, Darnel Francisco, Lew C. flegay, Rudy Yazzie, Henry Newman and Raymond Joe Jr. wfll conduct graveside rites. Funerd arrangements are un-'•• der the direction-'d the Cope Memorid Chapel.

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BEGAY - _merd service for Largoflegay",Blanco Trad{-ing Post; wfll be held at 11 £a.m. Monday at Brethren In .Christ Mission with the Rev. Herbert Benally officiating. Burid wfll be in the Mission Cemetery. Begay died Wednesday at the Public Health Service Hospitd in GaUup. He was 80. Survivors include his wife, Es-Pah-Bah Begay, of the -family h o m e ; five daughters, Rose Sanchez,! Mary Sandoval, Louise Harkes, JuUa Begay and May . BeUe, Begay;; and two /sons,-' Charles and Carl Begay, aU of; Blanco Trading Post, Theref are v23 grandchUdren arid' 21/ great-grandchildren.. Active -paUbearers wfll be' Benjamin ;and Danny Sanchez, Ernest • Victor, BiUy Sdichez, GUbert • Sandoval, and-Ronde; Harkes. Funeral arrangements are under the" direction of Cope Memorial Cliapel,-: •/> '

BENALLY - P * " 1 , , ^ 6 BenaUy, 34, Oakland, Cahf., formerly of Rock Point, Am., died Jan. 22 at .Oakland. Suvivors i n c l u d e two daughters, Donna BenaUy and Darcie BenaUy of Oakland; a son, Derrek Benally of Oakland; his mothdr, Mmme Benally of Kock Point; his father, Eddie Benally rf.Navaio- two brothers,. Thomas Benally of Rock Point and Jonah E. Curley of Fruitland; and four sisters; Louise Tohtsome and Sarah White d Rock Point,. Matha.Tso of Tennessee and Linda Tso d ' Farmington. Funerd arrangements are pending with Cope , Memorial Chapel.

BEGAY — Funerd service for Elizabeth Tsosie Begay, 75, of Kimbeto, has been schedded for 2 p.m. Monday at Brethren in Christ Mission, the Rev. Cecil SaUes officiating. Burial- will be in Mission Cemetery/Mrs. Begay died Thursday at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Gdlup. Survivors include three daughters; SteUa Lopez, DeUa

Smith, and PauUne Begay; aU pf Kimbeto;:two-sons, Gene Begay and Andrew Begay oi Kimbeto. There are 30 grandchildren, and 22 g r e a t g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Active paUbearers wfll be Levi Smith, Arnold Smith, Eddie Smith, Johnston Smith, Emest Lopez and Larry Lopez. Funeral arrangements are under the direction/of. Cope Memorial Chapel.
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BEGAY -/Funerd service for Wdter' Begay, 48, Water-s flow, has been set for 10 a.ni Monday at Cope Memorial Chapel, Father Lawrence. Schreiber OFM officiating. A edogy wfll be given by Stewart Clah. Burid will be in Memory Gardens Cemetery, j Friends may call at Cope*" Memorid Chapel from! 9 ajn. until 5 pjn. today. Begay died Friday at U.S. PubUc. Hedth ' Serlce Hospitd in Shiprock. He I was a U.S. Army veteran d the Korean conflict. Survivors indude his wife, Hden Begay; two sons, Leonard Begay and Walter M c N a v a j o ; six ' daughters, Hilda, Bertha • Caroline Ruby, Ruth and I Rocinda Begay, dl d Waterflow; two brothers, Joe begay I and Alfred Begay of Shiprock; three sisters, Louise Blueeyes, Lula Jackson, Lorraine. Harvey and Sadie Buck, aU d Waterflow, and five grand[ children. Active pallbearers wffl be Tom John, WUUe Scott, • i Frankie Dash, James Yazzie, ; Harry John and Alfred Frani d s . Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.

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BEGAY — Funerd service for Hosteen Nez Begay, 78, Kimbeto, wiU be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Brethren in Christ Mission with "the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burid wfll be in rthe Mission Cemetery. Begay ded Sunday in Farmlngtefi. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gebdi N. Begay of the family home; a daughter, Ernestine Chavez of Fannington; step - sons Steven Harrison Sr. d Farmington and Darnel Harrison of Nageezi; and two-half brothers, Tony Platero and John Platero of Huerfano. There are 11 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchUdren and three great-great-grandcluldren. Pdlbearers wfll be Melvin Chavez, Earl Chavez, Vem George, Ervin Chavez, George Chavez Jr. and Alvin j Chavez. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.

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BEGAY — Funerd service for Mrs. Saldo Begay, 109, Huerfano,. wfll be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Brethren in Christ Misdon with the Rev. Earl Bachert,officiating. Burid wfll be In the Brethren in Christ Mission Cemetery. Survivors include two' daughters, Edith Platero and Mary Jacquez, both of Huerfano. There are 18 grandcb'il.dr e n , 5 8 ' g r e a t grandchildren and 16 greatg r e a t - g r a n d c h il d r en . Pallbearers will be' Danny Platero, Henry Paul, Lawrence Jaoquez, Harry Jacquez, Sandy Jacquez and Teddy Jacquez- Funeral; arrange-: men ts are under, the direotiou ot Cope Memorid Chapel. .

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BEGAY — Mrs. Josephine E. Begay, 81, Toadlena, ded Sunday at her home. Funeral service wfll be at TO ajn. •Thursday at the Church, of * Jesus ^Christ", of) Latter .lay. Saints-, at \Toadlena, with' Peak's. Nakai officiating. Burid wfll be in the Toadld?-; Cpmmimlty, Cemetery. Mrs. Begay is.survived by her husband, Jake Begay; a son, Don J. Begay; six daughters, Mrs. Farniie' B. Ded, Mrs. Daisy B. Jumbo, Mrs. Dorothy B. Ded, Helen Mae Begay, Mrs. Irene Keith and Roslie B.- Begay;/ five brothers, Charlie Nez, 'CharUe Yazzie,. Glen Nexi.wood, Harry. CharUe and ; , Bated Nez; and three sasters, Mrs. .Nora Lapahler

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' BEGAY — Funerd service 'for Sandra Rose Begay, 11, I Shiprock, wfll be at 10 a.m. ' Friday at Mesa View Assembly of God Church,.ShlpI rock, with the Rev. Charles Lee officiating. Burid will be in SWprock Cemetery,, Miss Begay ded Saturday at Window Rock, Ariz., as the resdt of an automobile acddent. Survivors include her parents,. Wallace' and Mary Rose Begay, andr a sister, Matilda Mae Begay. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Brewer Funeral

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j -BOY — Funerd-servE. for ; Ldtes Boy,,74, of Red Mesa, Utah, who died on arrivdat the United States Public ! Health Service Indan Hospital iii Shiprock at ll p.m. March ,4; wfll be .at 10 ajn. Tuesday at the Navajo FuU - Gospel Church in Red Mesa:, /with the Rev. Jack Nakd rf-[ fielding. Burid WUl be at the Red: Mesa Coriunudty CemP, tery la/Utah. Boy was a retired railroad worker. He is [ survived by his Wife,/ Mrs., [ Wilma BenaUy Boyd of Red Mesa; five sons, Frank Luke d Deliver, Colo., Jimmy L. ' Boyd and WAson L. Boyd of ; Farmington, Nelson L. Boyd of Cortez,' Colo., and Nathan L. Boyd of Red Mesa; three daughters, Mrs. Sade Silas [ of Montezuma Creek, Utah,/ Mrs/Betty Roy of Cortez, Colo.,;and Mrs. Brenda George of Sweetwater, Ariz;;/. ' a brother, Ldtes Boy Levis of | Red Mesa; an, aunt, Mrs.; i Katy Mother of Red Mesa; 22 j grandchildren: and a grdrtV ; grandchild. Active paUbearers wfll be Jimmie Boyd WUson ! Boyd, Nelson Boyd, Gene George, Harry Roy and • Marvin Ellison. Funerd arr \ rangements are under the .direction of Shiprock Funeral; Honied

BENALLY - Albert BenaUy, 56, Farmington, died ;-Monday of naturd causes. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Christ the -King CathoUc Churdi in Shiprock with the Rev. Lawrence Schreiber, OFM, officiating. Burid will be In the Veterans'. Section of the Shiprock Cemetery with graveside service, conducted by Veterans of Foreign, Wars SingerMorgan Post Number 9517. BenaUy was a veteran, of World: War n and served, withtheU.S. Army in the 42nd Infantry Division. Slirviyors Include; three sons, Watson'A/ BenaUy of Hogback, Stanley A.'and Leonard BenaUy of Upper Fniitland; four daughters, Marie Ana Begay and Genevieve -Berialtj'. of KlrtlMd,vFlorence Bekis did Vera Jean Serially of Upppr Fruitland; five brothers, Morris; and Dan Bendly-rd RedrPck, Ariz., Leo BenaUy of'Sanostee, George B. Bend- ' ly of Fruitland, Russell BenaUy of Kirtland. andflfllyBenaUy of Mancos t Creek, ; Colo.; and,a sister,,/Susie 1 Desch-em. There are seven grandchildren.'.. paUbearers will, be Watson. A. BenaUy, Stanley Benally, Johnson BenaUie, Andy BeriaUie and -Terry BenalUP. Funeral arrangements are under the' diredion of Cope Memorid

BOY — Funerd service for Ldtes boy, 74, of Red Mesa, Utah, who ded on arrivd a t the United States Public; Hedth Service Indian Hospital m Shiprock at 11 p.m. !• March 4, wfll be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Navajo FuU Gospel Church In Red Mesa with the Rev. Jack Nakd officiating, Burid.wfll be at the Red Mesa Community Cdnetery in Utah; Boy was a retired railroad worker. He Is survived by bis wife,: Mrs. Wilma BenaUy Boyd of Red Mesa; five sons, Frank Luke of Denver, Colo., Jimmy L. Boyd and Wilson L.Boyd[ of Fannington, Nelson L. Boyd of C.rtez,.Colo., and Nathan,; L.- Boyd of Bed Mesa; three . daughters, Mrs. .Sade Silas' '• of Montezuma Creek, Utdi, Mrs. Betty Roy [ oi Cortez, ' Colo/;: and Mrs.: ;Brenda • George of SwPetWater, Ariz.; , ' a brother, Lukes Boy. Levis of >, Red Mesa; an aurit, Mrs. : KatyMother of Red Mesa; 22 . grandchildren arid, a"greati grandchild. Active pallbearers wfll be Jimmie floyd, WUson Boyd, Nelsoa Boyd, Gene George, Harry Roy artd - Marvin Ellison. Funerd ar' rangemerits are under the direction of Shiprock Funerd : Hpme.

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BEGAY — Funeral service for James H. Begay, 42, of Immanud Mission, Sweetwater, Ariz., wfll be at 10 ajn. Friday at the Christian Reformed Church, with the . Rev. Abe Koolhaas -offidati mg. Burid wfll be In Shiprock Cemetery. Begay died as a result of a pedestrian-auto acddent last Saturday. Survivors Include his mother Mrs.-Maryland Whlteroct Begay; two- daughters; Matilda Rose Begay; arid! 1 Rena Rose Begay; a brother, 1 Kee Yazzie Begay; two sisters, Mrs. Lucy B. Hardy and Daisy Begay and his grandmo t h e r , M r s . - L o u i s 1 Whiterock, d l residents o f Sweetwater: Active paUbearers wfll be Ellison Begay,. Raymond Yazzie, Leroy Hadey, John Yazzie, Ervin Hanley and Willis Blackhat Funeral-arrangements are under thediredion of the Shiprock Funeral

BEGAYE — Funerd ser,BEGAY — Funerd ser• vice for Bennie',- Begaye, 28, vices for Frank flegay, 71, Rough Rock, Ariz., wfll be at -Bfeti, will/be at 2 pjn. MonT p.m. Thursday at Rough day at. Cope Memorial Rock Friends Mission/with j Chapd, with the Revs. David i the Rev. and Mrs. Vem Ellis [Tutt did Howard flegay ofI officiating. Burial will he in fidating. Begay ded Tuesj the mission cemetery. day at the PubUc Health SerI Begaye died Sunday at St. vice in Shiprock. Survivors I Joseph's -Hospitd, Phoerax, i indude his: wife AndP Mae I Ariz., from-a-car accident. i Begay; four brothers - Ned He was employed as a welder I Thomas of White Rock, 1 by the Peabody Cod Co. Sur| KeUywood Begay and Navajo i vlvprs -Include, his wife, [ Frank Begay both of Bisti, Shirley Begaye of the famUy [ and half-brother Leonard i home; a daughter, Melsa; I Frahk of Sdt Lake; 'City; u. | Begaye ofthe famfly home; i three sisters — Annie Arviso i his mother,;Sadie. Begaye, ; and MPbd; Frank, both of 1 Rough Rock; a-sister, Betty i Bi_-i: and Mary Frank of Colj Dailey, Bough Rock;, and two orado Springss[ Colo. Active brothers, Toriuny Begaye pdlbearers. will be Jimmie j and Leonard Begfiye, both of Antomo, Thomas George Sr. j Rough Rock. Pallbearers wfll and; Wilbur Canute Sr. Funerbe Tommy Begaye, Leonard al/ arrangements are under ' Begaye, Howard Begaye, the direction of Cope Memorij Nelson Tsinrajiade, \ Alfred d Chapel. ) John and Peter, Tsinnijinnie. I Funeral: arrdigements are I under the diredion of Cope Memorid,Chapd. i d & t

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BEGAY --Funeral service for Ella Mae Begay, 22, Sliipr BAlJ)WM.- L p ^ Ifizafd BAINBRIDGE — Ben rock,: wiU /be - at 10 jajm.^ Bainbridge, 59, Toadlena, BddWin,: 6, SWprock,.; died Wednesday at Cope MemoriSaturday In Shiprock as. the died Tuesday at the U.S. Pubal Chapel, with evangelist. Uc Hedth Service Hospital, resdt of a car. acddent. He 1 Johnny ; Graham officiating. had finished kindergarten Shiprock- Funeral service Bmid wfll be in Memory this past school year. He was wfll be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Gardens., Mrs. Begay died preceded In death by his the Christian Reformed f a t h e r , Billy Lazarus Saturday at Frmtland. SurChurch, Toadlena, with Bddwin, Oct. 4, 1974. SurPastor Gary Klumpenhower vivors Include her husband, vivors include his mother, Alfred Begay of the fariiily , and Floyd Frari. officiating. Barbara A. Bddwin d the Graveside services wfll; be home; a daughter, Raquel famfly home, and a sister, conduded by Shiprock VFW Tod flegay of the family Vicki Annette Bddwin ot the Post 9517.. He was employed home;j- a son, Ulysses Al family home. Funeral aras a heavy eqdpment operatBegay of the famfly/home; rangements are. pending uning engineer. He was a World her [mother, Elizabeth 'Nez der the direction ot Cope Me, Lee, - Shiprock; two brothers, War n U.S. Marine Corps morid Chapel. veteran and edlsted on July Tony Lee and Antorao Lee, 18,1944, and received an hon/ both of Shiprock; two sisters, orable discharge Feb. 18, [ Clara Mae Lee and PhyUis 1946. Survivors include hls • Mae Lee,-both of, Shiprock; wife, Mary Natoni Bain; her patemd grandparents, bridge, Toadlena; three sons, BALDWIN — Funeral serr i John and Mayzie. Lep; and 1 Henry H., Bainbridge, Red vice for • Lorin Lazaro ! her - mother-in-law, Lorreta Mesa/ Ernest Bainbridge, Baldwin, 6, Shiprock, [will be I Begay, Shiprock. Active Tsafle, Ariz., and Eddie flairiat 10; a.m. Saturday at.Mesa \paUbearers wfll be Albert brldge, Toadlena; and a View Assembly of 'God Lee, Raphael Sherman, daughter, Katherine B[. Church, Shlpi-Ck, with the : Yazzie, Two Grey Hills. : Alfred Begay,: Larry [Begay, Rev. Charles Lee officiating. There are 27/ grandchildren Sheldon Sherman; and Burid wfll be in .Shiprock ; Michael Sherman, Tony Lee ' arid three /great-grand(Cemeteiy. The child who died cMldrea Active paUbearers Antonio will be honorary Sdurday in a. traffic acciwfll be Darnel Nez,? Emest paUbeareir. Funeral arrangedent, 'had; finished/ kinBainbridge, Eddie Bainments are under the direction dergarten this past -year: He bridge, James Bainbridge, was preceded la death by his; of Cope Memorial Chapel. David Yazzie and Henry f a t h e r , Billy Lazarus Bainbridge Jr. Honorary Baldwin, .Oct/ 4,';.1974. Surpallbearers wUl be Wilbert vivors include -his mother, BitsUUe, Robert Keith and Barbara. A. [Baldwin of the/ Floyd Frank. Funeral ar• BENALLY/^/Funeri serf r { . • Fune'ral rangements are under the family home; a sister, Vicki vice for Elomse Bendlyi-78, direction of Shiprock Funerd Annette'Baldwin of the tamid Teecnospos, Ariz.,/wfll be Home. . ly home; matemal grandat 10 a.m; Saturday at the' father, Don Ellispn Sr., Cove, Christian Reformed Churdi Ariz.; maternal grandin Teecnospos, with the Rev. mother, Emma Williams, Paul Redhouse conducting LukaChdcd; (Ariz.; patemd [the ceremony. She/died I Wednesday taGaUup. Burid; h BAHE — Funeral service , grandmother, Betty .Lou [for Aspri; ClashdieeBdie,, 82;; Baldwin, Shiprock; eight wfll be in Teecnospos Cemeaunts; 10 uncles; - and,, 13 tery;- Mrs.; Benally is.-sur- [ of Rock Point, Ariz., wfll.be, cousins. Active • pa__arers lat 10 /ajn. Wednesday at vived by ber husband, Capi-Christ .thie. King Catholic /will be Dennison/ Ellison, i tian BenaUy of the famfly Church In Shiprock, with the Richard Cadman, Joey home; five daughters; Bessie Wagner, Herbert: Benally, Rev. Flaan CNefl, OFM, of i Lee trf Red Mesa, Ariz., GeDarnel Ellison and GUbert Waterflow,-officiating; Burial i neva Laughter, Shonto, Ariz., will-be; In the family ceme- [ Wa g n e r . H o n o r a r y I Lillie ^Tso^Page, Ariz/; 1 pallbearers Will: be Don | Esther Berially, GaUup, and/; i tery at Rock Point Mrs. (Bdie died Friday at her Rock Yazzie, Samuel Ellison,, dl i Carole Fleming of Vanthe EUison boys,. CUrtls Joe, | derwagon; four sons, Harry \ .Point' home/ Survivors, iri| dude four sons; Kee [Pahe, I Don Ellison Sr., John Wagner BenaUy; Teecriospos, Jlinmy i Genird Bdie,:Richard/Bahe | and Pat Wagner. Funerd; ar'"Benally, • Barstow, Calif;, i and;Pdie Tswae, d i d Rock rangements are under the i Harrison Bendly, Frmtland; i Point;;, a daughter, Mrs. [ drectlon of Cppe Memorid |ahd Kenneth. Bendly, FarmAmelia John, of= Reck Point;, j ington; and a brother; Ruben ["arid, a brother- Clashchee I Lee,, Bedabito. There; are 48 | Saarii of Tsafle, Ari_ Therar (•grandchildren, 21 great- ; air & ' 53[;grandchild ; rea., ; ! gi^dchildren^and four great- , PaUbearers will be Richard Bdie, Pahe Tsosie, Terry }gre aNT- gr a ad c hil d f - . r John, Gilbert; John, Lorenzo IPaUbearers wfll be Dr. Tint Bahe and Raymond Pad. FuG. Fleming,.: Leonard Raynerd arrangements are unmond, Michael Lee, Lawder the direction of the Shipirence BenaUy, Lester Tsosie rock Funerd Home. and Andrew BenaUy. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapd.
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i /'BENALLY/— Graveddefuneral; Service for Sam BenaUy> Jr.,/ 37, of Farinington wfll'be: held at Ipjn./ Saturday, He/died Aug. -11, m' |T6ode;-U_h.,Burid win/be'' Iri Smith lake Cemetery/A U.S. -Army/veteran of the Vietnam conflict,:he Is survived by his mother, Dorothy Tso"of Farmington; a daugh! ter, Leslie BeriaUy, and a son, /Lathari Sain Serially, both of Fniitland; five sisters, Rosei lyn Foster of. Navajo, LuciUe Santeed Chlde.'Ariz'., Betty Charley of:Shiprock, Adto and Helen TsOiPdmingtoh; ; ,and six brothers, Daniel 'Benally- of Nageezi, David I BenaUy of /Phoenix, Harold Tso of TUcsonf and Kenneth, | James did Clai_nce Tso ot 1'Fanrilhgton.: PaUbearers wfll be Harold Tso, Kenneth/Tso, [ James Tso did David Johnson/Funeral arrangements are imder the direction of

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BENALLV^ Funeral ser. | vice for, Jeffrey BenaUy, 27,' of Shiprock, is sdiPdded for. 10 ajn. Thursday at COpe Memorid Chapd,1 with the Rev. j Pad Redhouse officiating, i He died Sunday as the resdt \ 'of-a motor yehlde.accident. Burid will be In Shiprbck Cemetery. Beridly was employed by Utah Intemational and also worked as an animal speciaUst- for; the Navajov, Tribe. He graduated from: Valley High School in Albu- querque In 1973 and recdved his bachelor's degree in animal sclerice from New Mexico State Umverslty In 1979. Survivors include his wife, Lori Hanison Bendly; a son, Brirkflendlyat home;mother, Kathryn' Shirley of Reno, Nev.;. three brothers, Douglas George, Cottonwood,' Ariz., Rondd-Bendly, Shiprock, and Dondd BenaUy, the; Shiprock Chapter president^ grandmother, Jean; Bendly;': ! four aunts, Ddsy/Yabeny, i Maxirie Talk, LiUfe JeUy and Leola BenaUy;/mother-inlaw^ AnnabeU Harrison; and two undes, Perry and Peter ! BdiaUy PaUbearers "wfll be : Robert Harrison, Peter : Benally, George Haskell, Leland Martin, Franklin John and Robert Hanison Jr. I Honorary pallbearers wfll be Ronald Benally and Dondd BenaUy. Funerd arrange, mcnts are under tbe direction of Cope Memorid Chapd.

BEGAYE — Funerd service/for Barnabas Nez Begaye, 15,/of Blanco Store in There are 25 grandchUdren Blanco, wfll be at 10 a.m. Satand three great-grandi urday at Brethren in Christ children. PaUbearers were 1 Mission with the Rev. Marvin Tsosie Washburn, Jeffery cbapei /6&erZ'7fgy G. Martin offidating. InterJoe, Leon Dennison, George • ment wfll be in Mission CemNez, Stephen Cody, BiUy etery. He ded Friday at San Pierce arid Henry Pierce. Fa-. Juan Regiond Medlcd Ceri- • \ nerd arrangements were unter. He W3S a student at Mesa der the/direction d th Shlpr [ Alta Jumor High School in rock Funerd.Home^ XA--X Bloomfield. Survivors include • ' BEGAY — Hosteen Nez BEGAY — Funerd sendee Begay, 71, of Shiprock ded his mother, Rnth.Nez Begayie for Colleen Patrick Begay, Sunday at Sari Juan Regiond oi the family home;,,three 77, Shiprock, Is schedded for brothers, Leroy Nez Begaye, Medical Center. Funeral se_ 1 pjn. Saturday at Cope MeOjo- Amarillo, Marvin Nez ' vicp; will be at 10 ajn. Thurso morid Chapel, with: Father Begaye and Anderson Nez day at Christ the King CathoCaron,' OFM, officiating. Begaye, at home; did three lic Church iri. Shiprock, with Burid wfll be • Iri Memory - sisters, Nina Pinto,'. JacFather Lawrence Schreiber, Gardens: Bom April 15, 1904, queline Nez Begaye; and OFM, officiating. Burid wfll in Shiprock, she died WednesBemadine Nez Begaye, afl; at day at Swedish Medical Cenbe Iri the family cemetery at home. PaUbearers wfll be ter ui Englewood, Colo. Shp Rattlesnake/ Survivors inEarl Nez Begaye, Leroy Nez • • was employed by the PubUc ' clude his wife, Rose Begay, Begaye, Marvin Nez Begaye, . Hedth Sendee Hospitd in at home;; five daughters, Wayne Harrison, Kenneth Igt; Shiprock as head cook. She Bessie H.: Tutt, Shiprock, nado and Raymond Pinto. was preceded In death by two Irene Nakai,, Red VaUey, Funerd arrangements are sons, Norman' Aaron and Ariz.,' Louise Bluehorse of under the direction of Cope Irvin Toglena Begay; and a Little Shiprock^; Arlene Levi, Memorid Chapel. dece,' Pamela Jean SandOak Springs, Ariz., arid Rose erson. Survivors Indude her Marie light of Shiprock; four ADic<L '-} 7nJA~~ husband, [Elmer of [Shiprock; sons, John Begay Sr.. Oak BEGAY — Funerd service four daughters, Vivian Springs, John Lewis Begay, ; for Roberta Ann Begay, of Begay/'Maxine Begay, Vema Shiprock, BUly,John Begay, i Counselor's Is to be at 1 p.m. Begay and Carole Begay, dl Cove, Ariz., arid BUly JohnWednesday at Brethren of Shiprock;: a son, Marvin son Begay; Red VaUey;; three N a v a j o M i s s i o n in' Begay, -Shiprpck; /a grand-ibrotherSj Joe Yazzie, Fort i Counselor's with /the Rev. daughter, Yoland Rae Tso oi IDefiance, Wood Yazzie, Ship, Larry Wedertz officiating. Shiprock; and a brother Pad , itdC*did Johnson X Yazzie, i The difldiwas dead at birth Patrick of Shiprock. Funerd ! Newcomb; and two sisters* Friday In Cuba. Burid wfll anangements are; under the JoAnn Begay and Marjorie be in Mission Cemetery. Surdirection of Cope Memorial Begay of Shiprock. There are ; vivors indiide her parents, ChapeL; '/Harold; and Bertha flegay ot' Cburiselor's; materrid grand-' mother, Betty George, -of j numerousTgraridchildren ; Cburiselor's; and paternal j; Pallbearers, will be John ' grandmother, NelUe Begay of / Begay Sr.,,BiUy John Begey Church Rock. PaUbearers wfll' be GUbert George and /BillyvJohnsjba Begay,/John WiUiam Keetso. Funerd ar/Lewis; 8egay*-/:John Begay rangements ' are, under the Jr.; and Anthony Nakd. Fudirection of Cope Memorid neral' arrangements are unChapeL i q a ^ der the direction oi Cope Me-.

, BENAUY' — T-jieVai service for Atcitty Nez BenaUy, 68, Sanosteei was held at 10 ajn. today.at the Sanostee Holiness Church, with Pastor Jerry/Tom of the Four Square Gospel Church of Window; Rock,: Ariz., offidating. Burid was in the famfly cemetery at Sanostee. Bendly ded Friday at San Juan '"• Regiond -Medical Center. He was a.retired'uradum miner andhad worked for the Udon Pacific/ Rdlroa'd. Survivors 'include two sons, Melvin Benally of Sanostee and .'- Leonard BenaUy of GaUup; . arid four daughters, Mrs. Rose Smith of Shiprock, Mrs. Nancy Anny BUly of Window Rock, Mrs. LiUle Lewis, of Sanostee and Mrs... Annie [ Holiday :.rf.Torrmc_e,iCdif.

4CKWATER — Funeral service tor JuUus Blackwater, 3, of Kayenta, Ariz., wfll be at 11 ajn. Friday at Cope Memorid Chapel with Pastor OrvUle Baer offidating. Burid wfll be in Greenlawn Cemetery. Bom Oct. 29, 1978, In Tuba City, Ariz., he ded Monday at Monument Vdley Hospitd of naturd causes. Survivors include his parents, Harvey and Mary Blackwater of Kayenta; eight brothers, Timothy of Chide, , Curtis and; Kee of SWprock \ and Jerome/Steven, Alfred, .j Freddie and Raymond, Kayenta; two sisters, Shirley i and Frieda of .Kayenta; ma!t_nai grandparents, Mr. and ? Mrs. Nakai Begay, Dennehotso, Ariz. PaUbearers wfll be Steven Blackwater, Fredde, Blackwater, Alfred Blackwater: arid Jerome Blackwater. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid

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-__/AYE. - FiJreiaT service/for Ronnie C. Begaye, 22, Shiprock;, wfll be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at, Christ the King CathoUc Church in'Shiprock. Burid- wfll be in the Shiprock Cemetery. Begaye, an employee of the PubUc Health Service Hospitd at Shiprock, died Jan. 1 at Hogback. Survivors include his wife, Priscilla, and a son, Ryan R; Begaye, of the family hona_» his father, Bennie C. Begaye, his stepmother, Mary Ann"'Begaye; stepsister, Kathy'•'• Begaye and s t e p b r o t h e r , Dewayne Begaye, 'aU- of Greasewood, Ariz.; two brothers, Ernie A. Begaye; of Winslow, Ariz., and Andy C. Begaye ot GaUup; grandmother, Bessie Martin; grandparents, Theadore and Mary Nolan, who raised him; three aunts did two uncles, PaUbearers wfll be Andy! C. Begaye; Enile Begaye', Ray Nolan, ? Everett Etcitty, Eugene .Kuhn and Alvis Gamanez. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Curtis 0. Gamanez Sr. and James Ben Joe. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of- the Brewer Funerd Home.

,/.BROWN - Funeral'service j for Joe Brown, 92, Sanostee,'^ wiU be at 11 a.m. WedesdaySv at the Sanostee! Holiness^ ; Church, with the Rev. Leo H. /Benally, Sanostee/ official-^" ing. Burial wfll be in the tam-5. ily , cemetery at .anostee-t) Browadied Friday at the Chi- .' de (Ariz.) Extended" Care/t' FaciUty. A: retired miner, heV) 1 had worked for Phelps, Dodge^.; 1 Corp. Survivors include two , i sons, Tom Brown, fleclabito,r* a^d Bobbie Brown.^Teec- / . nospos, Ariz.; a daughter,': ( ,Mrs. Dorothy Dee, Sanostee; I and a dece, AnnaBeU Johnsob, Sanostee., There are 18 . / - g i._ . grandchildren and 18 greatgrandchildren. -Pallbearers -wfll /be Riy Dee, Clifford/ Dee;:"Ned Begay,- Bobby iBrown Jr., Rufus Brown, and •DavidA$rawn.. Funerd; ar^_ ftangements are under;[_ the 'd_reotlon of the Shiprock Funeral Home. ._/.

BIL-ffi - Benriie Ke? BiUie, 39, died Mondayat the PubUc Hedth Service Hospit d in Shiprock. Funeral service wfll be at 10 aJn. Friday at Christ the. King CathoUc Churdi In Shiprock, with the Rev. Caron Vollmer OFM; offidating. Burid wfll be in the Shiprock Ceriietery. BlUle is survived by a son, Benjamin Billy of- Shiprock; seven. brothers, Jim Joe Hatathley ofi^ Upper Fruitland, Herbert Joe Hatathley, Henry Joe, Timothy BUly, Richard KeUy Lee, Lewis and SamKeUyof Shiprock; three aunts, UJle Joe Hatathley of Shiprock, ; Dorothy Jones of Aneth, ; Utah, and Julia Thompson of \ Red VaUey, Ariz. PaUbearers / ; wfll be Timothy BUly Henry ; Joe, Jlmi Joe Hatathley, Richard KeUy .Lee, Herhert; Joe Hatathley \ and. Lewis KeUy. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Cope
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l;nner:d * Serv l\ linmu. S)3.. were held Wed• nesday,'. January . 27/ I.K2 All 11-<K> a.m.'al SanoMee Holiness ("Imreh, Sanosiee.' New fvte.xico. • •' I LO 11. it. ally'.. .I.L-iiilc... <f Mr.. Itrown passed 'awav I.Way'.' January'.-22; ,i'.K2- ai (,'hinle Txlended Care Taeiliiy. .Chinle. Arizona. He was-a teiired'mh ier: He ; worked lor Phelps l)._iie Corporationin his yonneer years. Survivors include:- iwo.sons. Tom lirowii oflleclal.ifd; New Mexico and Itohbie; Itrown ot Teee- Nos i'os', Arizona; one ['daughter, Mrs. Doroihy Dee of • -Sahosiecv New. Mexico; one ; niece. Amiaheil Johnson 'id ., Sanostee-; New-Mexico:' IK iiran[ dcliildren". and IXgreal-children. i • I'allnearers' were Rav Dee,. j Clillord Dee. Ned Ikyay/jtonhy Itrown, Jr.. Kntus Hrown.'David Itrown. Inlennent vvas held ai a family cemelery in-..', Sanostee;, New | Mexico. -/V. ' . I-nneral ;.arranuemenl. were, . tinder ,- the direction ol The j Siiiprock',- : i-'nneral' ; Home., I Shipro_.'New Mexico.

BEGAY'— Funeral service for Glenn Begay, 66, Bisti, Is to be at I pjn. Friday atCope Memorial ChapeL Bom Sept. 28,1915, at Bisti, he died Saturday at PubUc Health Seri vice/Hospital In Crownpoint. Michael J. Lee is to officiate for the service with burial to be in Memory Gardens. A re-

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. BENALLY - Funeral services for Gon BenaUy, 90, Fruitland, will be held at 10 a.m. Monday at Navajo Full Gospel Church in Shiprock with evangelist James Cayatineto officiating. Friends may, call from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday at Cope Memorial Chapel. BenaUy died at GaUup Care Center on March 11. He was. born ' March:30, 1891 at Shiprock. He was proceeded in death by two sons, Roy Joe and Tom Joe and[step-pl-ther, James Joe. Survivors include three .sons, Ray Joe of Fort Wayne, Ind., and: Curtis Joe and Jiriimie Joe of Hogback;' two daughters, HarritteeGOuld of Calif., and NelUe Pettigrew of Shiprock; one step-son, Wallace Boone of Fruitland; .[three-sisters, Jessie Rafael, Kathy Button of Tucson, Ariz., and Kathryn Etcitty of Shiprock and one stepbrother/Joe Begay of Shiprock. Pallbearers .will be . i Jimmie Joe, Curtis Joe, John , , Brown, Wallace Boone, Johh '/' . Pettigrew and Fred Begay ; Funeral arrangements are ( •under the direction of Cope i Memorial Chapel.

BEGAY — * unerai service for PbiUip Ross Begay, 34, Shonto, Ariz., has been scheduled for 10 a_ga. Wednesday at Cope Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Kenneth Gishie officiating. Burial wiU foUow in Memory Gardens. Begay was bom April 3,. 1948, In Lake VaUey and died Friday from injuries suffered in a car accident between Shiprock and Beclabito;; Two of his children wfll be remembered in the same funeral service. Begay is survived by : bis wife, Jane; a daughter, ' Lite, of their home;' father, Joe Begay Sr., Lake VaUey;. . five brothers, George Begay,

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I Memory Garderis. She was bom March 31M978, in Tuba City, Ariz. Survivors include her mother, Jane, and a sister, Lite, of Shonto; and^paternal grandfather, Joe Begay Sr., Lake Valley/ PaUbearers wfll; be Daniel Bedabito, Edison Begay, ! Begay, Jack Gus, David Gus Lake VaUey, Andy 'Begay, j and [ Herbert Gus. [Funeral Farmington, Harold Begay, /" service is under -the directum of Cope Memorial ChapeL Lake VaUey, ?nd Andrew, Begay, Bisti; and three sis• " ' : - . : ' - . ; . v ; ; - " . ; ' . . : . , r / " • / _ -:••• ters, Arlene SuUivan,, Bob- ' insvflle, N.J., and Jean and; : MTI I V Evelyn Begay, Lake Valley. A PaUbearers wfll be George ,/BEGAY ^ Funeral service Begay, Andy Begay, Andrew ' for Melvin H. Begay, 27, of Begay, Edison Begay, Harold Bedabito',- has been set for Begay and Tom Begay. Fu10:30 a.m/ Thursday at the neral arrangements are unChristian. Reformed Church der the direction of Cope Mein Shiprock, with the Rev. morial Chapel. Abe Koolhaas of Shiprock officiating. Burial wfll be in the veterans section of Shiprock Cemetery with Veteran of Foreign Wars, Morgan-and BEGAY — Funeral service Singer Post No. ,9517 of Shipfor Kennfeth Henry Begay, 44, rock conducting graveside Shiprock, is to be at 2 p.m. services. Begay died Friday Saturday at Cope Memorial from injuries.suffered in a Chapel, with the Rev./Paul car accident at Red Wash • Redhouse officiating:. Burial near Teecnospos,'Ariz. A will follow in Greenlawn helper for the senior citizens Cemetery. Bom July 30,1937, group, of the Bedabito ; at Crownpoint, Begay died Chapter, Begay was. a U_; 'Tuesday at San Juan ReAnny veteran with overseas gional Medical Center., He duty in Korea. He was [pre, was preceded in death by: a ceded In death by a brother, f son,' Lincoln, and daughter, Leo .Harvey Begay; Oct 22, [/April,--arid by Ws/ mother, 1981f'Survivors; Include his [ Sara F.:flegay. Surylvorslnparents, Jim Harvey and i:/clude; his wife, Ruth/ of the Vera-Peterson Begay of ):, family home; four soris, StaoBeclabito; two brothers^ Jim fpfcd, at home, and Kenneth Harvey; Jr; and Leroy Jr., Malcolm and Nathaniel Harvey; two sisters, Rowena [Begay, aU of Window Rock,: Harvey and Eveiyh Harvey; ; Ariz.; a .[daughter, Thelma f arid his grandparents, Gene Begay, Tempe, Ariz.; father, S. and ' Mable ; Begay!-of I Succo Begay, /White Rock; Beclabito. PaUbearers-are to I sister, June Joe, GaUup; and' be Freddie Riggs;. Jim H. I two brothers* Edison FreeBegay; Luke'S. Begay, WUUe I lahd. Lake; Valley, and Wood. T, Begay;\Cecil BenaUy and p/Jienry, Ctgwnpomt. There - ^A<?-ff^--

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- BRO WNEYElT— Bogus Browneyes, 82, of Dennehotso, Ariz., died Friday at I Sari Juan Regional Medical' * Center. Funeral; service, Wfll r-be': at : 10 ajn. Tuesday iii the \ LDS: Church at kayenta, 1 Ariz-.; with Branch President Don Tom officiating.: Burial wfll be / in the. Denriehotso Community Cemetery/ Survivors include his, wife, \ Sarah; three sorts, Jill i Brown, Henry Browneyes / and Kee Browneyes, all of. [Dennehotso;- seven daughh'teirs; Sadie ; BenaUy7\ June •. Tree, Grace Charley, Anna [ [JRe d d y: a a d ' L p r e h a ' . Browneyes, all/of Dennehotso, Mae Medina of Farmington and Lucy Luna of Kayenta; ohe brother, Dewey Gray of Kayenta; two , sisters,, Maggie Bizardle of , Dennehotso and Mrs. BenaUy of Kayenta, 42 grandchildren ;and- 13 great-graridchlldren. PaUbearers wfll/be /Steven j Serially, Alfred/Charley, : Wesley BenaUy,. Kee Brown,Wilfred Brow, and Peter • Yazzie; with Danny Reddy as ' the. alternate.: Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Cope MemorialChapei [ .
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•BALDWIN. fV- Helen Baldwin, '58,? toadlena, died ' Monday at the Public Health j Service Hospital in GaUup. She was bom Feb: 8, 1924, at Toadten^.- Funeral service

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, BEGAY — Harrijjon.Cpdy Begay, 23, Klrtland//:died_ near Farmington May 14. He was bora June 28, 1958, at Crownpoint. Funeral service wfll be Wednesday at 11 ajn.^ with Brother Andrew Begay offidating atLaVida Mission. B u r i a l will be in the Whiterock Famfly Cemetery. Survivors include his parents, Alfred and Mabie Begay, Whiterock; five sist e r s , Mabie J a m e s , Burnham, MUUe Paul, Farmington, Alberta Begay, Moa-tana, and Shirley Jim and -Marilyn Thomas, Whiterock; four brothers, Tommy Begay and' LeRoy Begay,, (Farmington, and BUI C. Begay and Edward Begay, Whiterock; maternal grandmother, Helen Begay, Tsaya;, four, aunts, Mary Ploche, Tsaya, Ruth Bitsule, Whiterock, Alberta James, Smith Lake, and Ida Begay, Lake VaUey; and two uncles, Sam George, Carson, and Sam-J. BenaUy, Chaco Plant. PaUbearers wfll be BUI C. Begay, LeRoy Begay, Leland • Jones, Edward Begay, Tommy Begay and Douglas Lucas. Cope Memorial Chapel Is directingfuneral arrangements./^ C 1 -^

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BILLY — Funeral Mass for Joe BiUy 72, Red VaUey, Ariz., wfll be at 2 p.m. Thursday in Christ the King CathoUc Church, Shiprock, with Father Caron Vollmer, OFM,. officiating/Burial wiU.foUow in Shiprock Cemetery.: Bom July 2, 1909, at Red VaUey, BUly died; Saturday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. Survivors .include his wife, Albertine BiUy, of the . famUy home; two daughters, • Betty. Araold, Flora. Vista, and Ami;Begay, Red VaUey; three sohs, Jimmy, Freddie, and Kenneth BiUy of Red Val; ley; three sisters, Betty Taylor, Dorothy Shorty and Mildred Charley, aU of Oak Springs, Ariz.; a brother, Donald Roe, Oak Springs; and a niece, Mary .MarshaU, Red VaUey. There are 26 grandchUdren and one greatgrandchUd; PaUbearers wiU be Freddie BiUy; Jimmy BUly,: Leo Roe, Kenneth BiUy, Richard Roe and Gary Roe. Funeral .arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. BenaUy of, Warerflow, bom March 15, 1905, at Shiprock died Tuesday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. She was 77. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a:m. Saturday at Christ the King Catholic Church in Shiprock,, with Father Caron Vollmer,-OFM,/ officiating. Burial wfll foUow, in Shiprock Cemetery. Survivors include three/ daugh-' ters, Velma Lewis, Bessie J; BenaUy and Louise D. Benally, aU of Shiprock; and a brother, John Frank of Cove, ; Ariz/There are-19.-.. grand-. j children, 36 great-grand : children and two great-great-, grandchildren. Pallbearers I wfll be Daniel BenaUy, Lawrence BenaUy, AraoW Benally, Norman Benally^ee M. BenaUy and James T. Benal" ly. Funeral arrangements . are under the; direction of | Cope Memorial Chapel. •

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BAINBRIDGE *- Grace Bainbridge/ 59, of Toadlena, died Wednesday near Shiprock. Funeral service is to.be at 10 a.m. Monday at the ; Church i of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Toadlena, i with Elder- Eric Baird officiating.- Burial wfll be in Toadlena Cemetery. Sur• vivors include a son, - Henry Bainbridge', of Toadlena; five daughters, Ella Bennally, MarUyn BitsiUy and -Chris Foghorn/of Toadlena, .Eva Bose Nathaniel, Newcomb, j and Ernestine Evy of Albuquerque; a brother, Leo 1-. Curley, Toadlena; sister, r Nellie Johnson, Two Grey ;/. Hills.. There, are 14 grandchildren. .Pallbearers,wfll be James Curley, Leonard BennaUey, Hoskie Curley, Gilbert Ctirley, Albert BitsiUy and Richard Bennally. Honorary paUbearers wiU be Henry Bainbridge. - Funeral arrangements' are under the direction of Basin Mortuary.

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- .• • • ._• BILLY — Anthony C. BUly,:: 'B__n2,_*- Juamtf 1_tsfl. 21; .of Beclabito, died SaturOfrmjA) / d 7Z+C, ly; 76, Two Grey Hills, N.M. day In Shiprock. He was bora died af Shiprock Hospital, Sept. 2, .1960, in Shiprock. Fuy' in-A^A Friday. She is survived .by neral service wfll be at 10 BEGAY Funeral service two sons; Wilbert BitsiUy, . BUCK - Wilson Buck;-; 57, : a.m. Thursday at the Chrisfor Michael Charles Begay, and Bobby BitsiUy, both of of Shiprock was kflled Saturtian ; Reformed Church in 15, Shiprock, wiU be at 10 Toadlena, N.M., one daughday in a car accident near : Shiprock, with Pastor John a.m. Wednesday at the. Cope ter; Betty Yazzie,1 of FarmMancos, Colo. His wife, Irene ; TaUey officiating. Burial wfll Memorial Chapel, with the ington, two sisters; \ Amy Thomas Claw, and daughter, [be in Shiprock Cemetery. Rev. Cafon VoUmer OFM of-i BitsiUy and' Clara Begay, Maggie Jean Claw, were also t Survivors include his pafloating. Burial wfll be in' both of Two Grey Hills, N.M.;./ kflled in the accident. Funerrents, Bmce and Elizabeth Greenlawn Cemetery. Begay/ and 21' grandchUdren and 24j al sendee Is to be at 10 a.m. BUly of Beclabito; three sisdied as the result of a car great-grandchildren. Funeral/ Thursday at the Church of ters, Fannie BiUy, Santa Fe, accident at Rock.Point, Ariz., arrangements are pending Jesus Christ of Latter-day Genevieve BUly, Beclabito, , Aug. 14. He would have been and are under the direction of Saints in Shiprock with Dulce and Beverly B; Jones, a junior at [the Shiprock AlCope Memorial Chapel. . < • Branch President Ron Beclabito; three brothers, ternative High School in the Velarde officiating. Burial Sammy BiUy, Ada, Okla., coming term. .Survivors in-/wfll be in-the family cemeand Richard and Elmer BUly clude his parents, Mr./and tery, near Hogback. Buck is Beclabito; and his matemal Mrs. Robert Begay, Ship- ""' survived by four daughters,' grandmother, Mrs. Lula rock; five sisters, Christine, Helen Eileen, Teecnospos, Benally,' Bellabito. Carolyn, Jerilynn, Diane and : Fannie Jo Belarde, Dulce, PaUbearers wfll be Samuel Roberta Begay, aU of the SteUa Buck, Shiprock, and BenaUy, Roger BenaUy, HarI family home; his 'maternal Nora Buck, Provo, Utah; two rison Barton, Terry Charley, g r a n d mo th e r , G race/' sons', -.-Rufus Buck, Hogback, : Hubert Charley and Gregory Growler, Sweetwater, Ariz.;; BEKIS — Services for Simand Samuel Atcitty. of; ShipWilkerson. Furieral arrangehis/ paternal [grandfather, pson Bekis Sr., 62, Box 26, rock; two sisters, LuciUe ments are under the direction Charley Begay, Sweetwater; Shiprock, N.M, wfll be held Dale and Daisy- Johnson, of Brewer Funeral Home. 1 and his paternal great-grandr/ at 10 a.m. Tuesday at United Hogback; two -brothers, 1 mothert Mrs. Sweetwater Methodist Church in Shiprock Wtlfprd Buck,. Hogback, and Charley,; Sweetwater. There with the Rev.Fred W- Yazzie Jim, Buck, Sacramento, are numerous aunts and un-A. officiating. Burial will be at Calif.; two grandchildren, cles. Pallbearers will • be the Veteran's Section of Ship. BFrS-LLY/—Funeral serShariien Velarde,-:and Gedric Tiiriothy Blackwater, LeeC. rock Cemetary With the vice for Juanita Jumbo BitsUBoyd Bileen; three step[; Begay Jr., ArVin Begay^ John • American Legion Post ly, 76, Two Grey Hills, wfll be daughters and three stepBlackwater Jr., Vincent C.; Number, 120 conducting at 1 p.m. Wednesday at the sons, PaUbearers are; to; ,be Begay / and Wilbert BenaUy. -graveside' service. BekisjUgd LDS Chapel of Toadlena, with Wesley BUeenf-Irvia. Ghee, Honorary paUbearers will-be'-' Aug. 20 at San Juan Regional Branch President Peairs Frankie Johnson, [Frank R.C. Begay, Jefferson Begay Medical Center. He was bom Nakai officiating. Burial wUl Buck,. Rufus /Buck and. J.C Begay, John Blackwater Dec. 22; 1918 at Shiprock. SurWilford Buck/Honorary be in the famUy. cemetery at Sr., Tom Lee Begay and Lee vivors include his wife, Lola paUbearers are to be Justin Grey Mesa/Mrs. BitsiUy died C. Begay Sr. Funeral arof the home; four sons, SimNakai,. Roy L.; Begay, JlmFriday at the PubUc Health rangements are under the pson Bekis Jr., Alfred Beninale BeriaUy, Bennie PhiUips, Service Hospital in Shiprock. direction of Cope Memorial nett and Albert Bennett, aU of James . A.-"Monroe, Johnnie i Survivors include two sons, Chaiiel. Shiprock,; and Johnny Bea Murphy, j Levon Bates and Wilbert and Bobby BitsiUy, nett of Crownpoint; N.M.; one Sam Keetso. Brewer Funeral Toadlena; a. daughter, Betty daughter, Naomi Deal of Home is.directlng funeral arcOr4JmJi~i-3 \ Yazzie, of Farmington; and. i Navajo, N.M.; two brothers, rangements. .-.';. two sisters.'Amy BitsiUy and *£-___.,/.fr*.. • * Fred Bekis of Toyel and. Big' Clara Begay; Two Grey Hills. /Joe of Shiprpck; one sister, BEGAY — Funeral service There are/21 grandchildren Agnes Jim of. Shiprock and for Joe Hat Begay, 88, of Waand 24 great-erandchildren. , several nieces and nephews.terflow Is to be at 10 a.m. PaUbearers wfll be Melvin BEIGAY y Cornelia Ann Wedriesday in the Church of q_-<_ji- ffi G#yA_. } Jim,,Harry Jim, Gerald Rus• Begay, 15, of Teecnospos, Jesus Christ of Latter-day .sell; Tony Bennett, Delbert I Arjz., died Sunday at the Pub- Saints la Shiprock with IJosea and Tom Pete with al-i • Uc Health Service Hospital in Bishop James Begay, officiat\A/4*v$m: .mates Jones, Baldwin and Shiprbck. Funeral service is ing Burial wUlfoUow in ShipBOWMAN - Funeral for Scott Brady. Honorary to be at 10 a.m. Thursday at. rock Cemetery. Begay died Frederick Frances Bowman, paUbearers will be Alleri 1 .Emmanuel Mission in Sweet Thursday at PubUc Health Brady, Big Joe, Fred Bekis, 6-month-ld son of Freddie [water* Ariz., with the Rev. i Service Hospital in Shiprock. Lee Tashnabully,: Jerry . arid Annie Bowman of j WilUe J. Howe officiating. \ Survivors include his wife, Elwood,','"•_! eniployees of = Fruitland,, will be at 10 a.m. Burial will be in the mission • Ruby of their., home;, two Land OperatioaBIA and a_T Thursday at the Cope Memocanetery. Suryivors; include 1 daughters,-Julia John and American Legion Members. i rial Chapel. Burial wfll be In a son, Leonardo Tom, of j Margaret Begay of Shiprock; Funeral arrangements are Memory Gardens. The baby SWeetwater. her father, Bob ' a stepson, Jasper Ahkec of under the direction of Brewer Rialto, Calif.; three stepdied Saturday in Farmington. Williams/of Sweetwater; her Funeral Home. daughters, Wilma George of Survivors, in addition to his mother arid; stepfather, Julia Hogback, and Rosie Lee and parents- include three sisters, and Leonard;Tom; a brother, Pauline Nelson, Los Angeles, Watson/flegay; inaternal L a v e r t a , Angela; and Calif. He was- preceded in grandmother,. Amflia Begay, . Geraldine,:Mason; a brother, death .byxtwo sisters; Manf* a l l of SW e e tw a t e r . Gerald Mason; his matemal Louise But* and Mary Jim.Pallbearers/ wfll be- WUliam grandmother, Helen Mason PaUbearers wUl be Alonzo j Begay/ David/ Begay, Bob and patemal grandparents, Lee Darvin Johnson, Ernest WiUiams,' Robert Cody, Jun Frank arid-Mary Bowman. George, Leonard Goodman, Cody and -Jackson Cody. FuAll a r e r e s i d e n t s of Jimmy Goodman Jr., and neral arrangements are- -unFruitland. Funeral arrangeClifford George Jr. Funeral der the direction of Cope Mements are urider the direction morial Chapel. / q%AX. • arrangements are under the _«__.<«. of Brewer Funeral
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BEGAY — John H. Begay45, Rock Point Mission of Gliinle, Ariz., died Sunday at Farmington. The funeral service was at 1 p.m. today at the Rock Point Lutheran ; Church with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie and the Rev.* Wallace Cole officiating. U Burial was In the Rock Point / Cemetery. Survivors include . his wife, Mrs. Helen Begay of the family home; five daughters, Anita Lee, Esther Joba,- son, AUce Burbank, Susie,j Begay and Lucille Begay; ' two sons, Victor; Hoskie . Begay and- John Hoskie Begay Jr.; two sisters, AUce B. Wilson and Evelyn Warren; and a brother, Woody Begay. There are five grandchildren; Pallbearers were Jackson Begay, Raymond Warren, Victor Begay, Daniel Begay,. Herbert Jobn,- son, Benny WUson and Jones Lee. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home.

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BLACKIE — Funeral service for Barbara Curley Blackie, 32, of Aztec, is pending with . Brewer., Funeral Home. Mrs; Cnrley died Moa' day at, San Juan Regional Medical Center. She is survived by her husband, Sam Blackie; a/daughter, Lullnda Blackie" of/the Blahcp Trading; Post area; three sisters, Paula Jones, Dzilth-ha-o; dUth-le,' Jolinda Curley, Albu'querquefand Buthle H. Bea nie of Blanco Canyon;/ two brothers, Wilson, Harrison,
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I • Sunday fto5c__. injuries resulti from ing from a traffic accident. She was bom Jan. 14,1957, a t San. Juan Mission in FanriIngton. Funeral service is -to be at ,10 ajn. Saturday at the American Indian Bible Mis- sion with the Rev. Sheila Cheesman officiating. Burial wfll be ; in Greenlawn Cemetery; She Is sumyed: by her husband, Hanison 'Blackie, | two sons, David and Jason Blackie,; and a daughter, Yolanda Blackie; aU/of the family, home; her mother, / Sadie, jlarrisdn of CrownjCfieJ lOAaAAlTyh ' point; ;ifather, Harry Harrison, "Farmington; three i Anchorage, Alaska, Elsie H, Reed of Kirtland and Evelyn brothers,' Benjamin Harrison H. Bennally of Shiprock. _ -, and Daniel Harrison of Santa There are 10 nephews and 14 _ Fe/ and Harry Harrison Jr., nieces. PaUbearers wfll be ; of Wmdow,.Rock, Ariz.; two BiUie H; Begay; Raymond H. - sisters, Frances Blackie and Begay Sr., Hurley H. Begay, Barbara Harrison of Crowa Harold H. Begay Sr., points PaUbearers wfll- be ' Timothy H. Begay and EmerHarry Harrison, Frank s on R e e d. H b a o r a r y Benally; Harrison Blackie, paUbearers will be Emmett Larry Platero, Donald Yazzie H. Begay, Paul Shorty, John and Victor Warren. .Funeral Arthur/Sr., Taylor Dixon, arrangements are being Charles Henderson Sr., directed by Brewer Funeral Frank Curley Sr., Robert Home.. ..:'-' Lewis, David Becenti, Alvin m : — a__."" Tyler, Jefferson Tyler, Don -—-«-.«»-_. H./Yazzie, Dan Reed, WiUie J. BennaUy. Emest Reed, S&A Sf^.aUy and Freddie _1!-4-<_uj/C Funeral anangeBEGAY— Funeral service; ments ai d under the direction for Helen J. Begay, 45, of Basin Mortuary. Kirtland, wfll; be at 10 a__ ' HASDALE — Jeffrey Lee Wednesday at the Cope Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. j Hasdale, 31; of Torreon died Paul Redhouse officiating; , there Saturday, A funeral Burial wfll be in Greenlawn [ service wfll be at 11 a.m. Friday at the Rlncon Marquis Cemetery. Mrs. Begay died „.Word/of. God Chur /«,with Thursday at the Shiprock David Skiles officiallng. PubUc Health Service Hospi-; tal. She was preceded la ^Burial wfll foUow in the Rln- 'death by her husband, Jim_ | con Marquis Cemetery. He Is my Mflfred Begay, in 1979_ (survived by his wife, Betty lasdale, Tprreon; three Survivors • include a son;/ -is; Christopher, Alexander ..Davis Begay of Shiprock;. i Jeffrey Hasdale Jr.; four seven sisters, Sarah Blueyes;; • Minnie, Charley, Lflly Joe, . B e r t h l e n e Bl,aeeye:s,. Marilyene Young, Bettytene Weaver/and Betty Harvey, d a u g h t e r s , G r t s t i n a'• • . all of Shiprock; and; two Bemadine,, • Johannah and brothers, "Prank Lee and Joe Becky, ELU; of • Toneoa; hls H a r v e y of,, T o h a t c h i . mother, Alice,Hasdale of RinPaUbearPrswfll be Frank H. Lee, Arcenio Blackhorse, , con Marquis; three brothers and two-sisters. PaUbearers Leonard Joe, Henry Yabeny i;v_-be Levi Hasdale; James Jr., Heniy-Joe and Albert •=lasdale, Vanhest Martinez, Lee. Funeral arrangements are under the direction ot v'Surtls Castillo, Ralph Pinto Cope Memorial Chapel. and Gregory Otero; Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel;

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/BEGAY A /kenoy Henderson Begay, 19, of Sanostee, died Monday in an aufo accident in a rural area of San' Juan County. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Friday at: the Christian Reformed Church in Sanostee, with/'the Rev; Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burial wfll follow in thP famfly cemetery in ; Sanostee. He is survived by his parents/ Emmett and Mae Begay; five brothers, BiUie H. Begay of. Seattle, Wash., Raymond H. Begay of Fruitland, Harold H. Begay of Fannington. arid Hurley H. Begay and Timothy H. Begay of Sanostee; and five sisters, Betty M. Dixon of Littlewater, Lucy H. Yazzie of Sanostee, Rose H. Beyale of

BAKER — Funeral service for Andrew A. Faker, 39, of Bloomfield, has been set for 1 p.m. Monday at L.D.S. Chapel, Escrito, President Leonard Lopez and Al Chapman officiating. Burial wfll be at Escrito Cemetery; Baker died Tuesday at U.S. PubUc Health Service Hospital in ShiprOck. He was e_h,ployed as an engineer operator at Navajo Agricultural Products Industries for 13 years. Survivors include his wife, Elouise Baker; four sons, Leroy, PhiUip, Andrew Jr., and MUton Baker; two daughters, Bosey and Norma Baker, aU of Bloomfield;/slster, Irene Atencio •* Counselor. PaUbearers wfll be Alvin Norberto, Wilbert Atencio, Leroy Baker, Herbert Lopez, Thomas Begay and PhiUip Baker. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial ChapeL,

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' ^flli\__CTES^-^iirie-aT service for Louise L. Blueeyes, 54, of Shiprock, is pending with Cope Memorial Chapel: She died Tuesday at : the University of New Mexico' Hospital in Albuquerque. Sur•vivors include three sons, Alvis Kee, Alvin Kee and Alexander Blueeyes; five daughters, Alvena Wallace; Alvera Kee, Alice Gray, Anabelle Blueeyes, and Alfreda Blueeyes; and 11 "grandchildren. _

BENALLY — Funeral service for Clah Zinlth BenaUy, 84, of Shiprock, has been set; for/10 a.m. Tuesday at MesaVlew Assembly of God -Church in Shiprock, Pastor Warren FuUer; officiating; Burial wfll be at Shiprock Cemetery. Mrs. BenaUy died Friday at U.S. PubUc Health Service Hospital in Shiprock. She was bom July 2, 1899 at Teecnospos, Ariz. Survivors include two i daughters, Anna

. Mrs. service for «_. Loretta. AUta Bouldin, 57, Shiprock, wfll be at 10 a.m. Saturday at'Emmanuel Baptist; Church with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burial wfll be'in Greenlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Bouldin died/Tuesday at San Juan Regional Medical. CenteK She was a lifetime resident of New Mexico and operated the Shiprock Rodeo Cafe many years, beginning In 1948. She was a member of the Christian ' Reformed' Church, lifetime member of the Shiprock Lions .dub and the Farmington Elks Club. She was involved in many Ship- • rock comiriunity. activities. Survivors in. elude two daughters,: CanneUta Beauvais and "Juanita Tso; a brother, Hugh Atcitty Sr.j.an uncle, Richard Atso, aU of Shiprock; two/stepchUdren, Jessie Ann Smith and WAi. Bouldin of Houston, Texas: There are nine grandchUdren. She was preceded in. death by her "husband,:WA. Bouldin Sr. PaUbearers wfll be Hugh Atcitty Jr., Kenneth.flegay, Raymond Fulton^ Jerry. Tso,; Tom George and Raymond Charlston/Honorary paUbearers will be W.A. Bouldin Jr.; Carl Beauvais Jr., Michael Beauvais, AnBiUy of Shiprock and Bessie thony Beauvais, Eugene Joe; Jp Edward At-. FuUer of Page, Ariz.; son, citty and Jack Begay. Anangements are unHarry Ahkeah of Flagstaff, der the direction of Brewer Funeral Home. '• Ariz.; sister, Ason Shopi of Shiprock. There are 20 grandchUdren and 13 great-grandchUdren. PaUbearers wfll be. Wilson BiUy, Raymond BUly, Roger BUly, RusseU -. Bflly, Harold Ahkeah Jr. and Steve Ahkeah, Funeral arrangements are under the direction of BreWer Funeral Home.

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[.BEGAY - Funeral service for Dan Be Beeav vt of , --, * _ d " gay, ,10, Ot 'i£ )SDos. Ariz.. is _ __ n f.,n-.:_:-; xffatt uegay, 35, of yecnospos, Ariz., is to be at -10 a Jni Thursday atthe Emmai ursday at the Emmanuel Mission in Sweetwater, Ariz/ Pastor Wesley Begay wiU officiale.'for the service With 1. r_ r,.

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! three sons, Ian, Lyle and Deems; and a daughter; Urstacia; /his parents, Robert and Rose Begay; four.bt-thers, David r Begay of Fruitland, Alex Begay pf Swee£w/_ r, Leo Begay of I Tyler, Texas, and Johnny Begay of Lohg_ew,,, Texas; .four [sisters; Hazel Taylor, Sally Scott, Bessie Nargo and Lucille .[-Begay of Sweetwater. PaUbfearers are-fo be David Begay ; Alex Begay, Leo Begay, Johnny Begay Larry Moore.and I Jerry Moore. Funeral anaqgenients are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home. A J ^ A i A^A$\£jff 7 f § ~ % " BEGAY —been set for 10 a.m. Thursday af Cope g a y ^ A BEGAY — Funeral service for Ronald C. B e MemwFruitland has Funeral service for Ronald ic Begay_}8[„M tan.' Thursday af Toni' Niehof al Chapel with the Revs. Sampsonw Yazzie andCope MemWofficiating/ Burial' i. >n i ^ - ~ ' - * /.IS to,be in the lamuy cemeteiy at „ -u*- MJ uie family [Toadlena. A welder for Arizona Pubh'c Senrice Co. afltfa Marine veteran,, Begay died Sunday at'KIrtterid. Survivors'' include his wife,. Marie A. Begay at home; three daughteiS,^., Melanie, Tamara and Tara Begay at home; a son, Joshua," Begay;.,mother, Helen Begay of Toadlena; father, Roy C_^. Begaye, of Shiprock; two brothers; Roy Kenneth Begay of •' •Fort Defiance, Ariz.,: and LeRoy Harrison Begay Sr., ofy i Sheep Springs; sister, Marian Jean Thomas of Farmington;', A and maternal grandfather, Lewis Cambridge of Toadlena. PaUbearers are to beSteve Ortega, Steve Kelewood, Roy K. Begay, LeRoy H. Begay Sr., Feriin Thomas, Herbert R. Thomas Jr. with Faron Thomas and EerPy-Begay Jr. as /honorary paUbearers. Funeral, ananeemerits are under the " direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. y;._____ 3 . >'--'•«>>-

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CLAH— Funeral service for Include his mother, Evelyn /Herbert T. Clah^ 51, of Dixon, Kitty of/Shiprock;/ three x%A>J7Z£ZAm-a^{ Calif:, formerly of Shiprock, : daughters,/Sharon Natani of iCHEE;^ Gravesid- _ - * a l ' /wfll be at 10 ajn.: Wednesday Window Rock;:Ariz./Cheryle iervlce for Brace Chee, 68/ of ' at the First United Methodist Benally of Farmington and irieth, Utah, .is scheduled: for: i ^Church in Shiprock. Clah died. ; Evangeline. Clahchlschilli pf 10,ajn, today at the family Dec. 30 of natural causes /in Shiprock; two sons. Ron S. .cemetery with the Rev. Arthur' Sacramento, Calif: The Rev. Clahchis chilli of Shiprock and Norris of the Arte th Christian ,, Paul West wiU officiate at the Gerald Clah O Farmington; a Reformed Church officiating. f /service..Burial.wfll be in/the; sister, Ruth'Westbrook of Ship- He - died Wednesday from. in. /veterans' section of-Shlprockf rock; and two. brothers, juries received: in a traffic'-' •[Cemetery. He was a veteran of; ; WlUlarn Glah of Califomia 'and accident "on US."666, Survivors . Wbrid'War n, serving with the: Lewis Clah of Farriilngtbri. - include i three / slstep/[ Louise'/ U.S. Marine Corps. Survivors There; are four grandchildreri. Mill,[Shiprock,,Pauline Lee,' Pallbearers, will be' David Aneth.^Liicy Chee, Chinle, Westbrook, Alan Westbrook;: i Ariz.; seven nieces:and:three : Donald Bflagody, Thomas At- ; nephews: Active pallbearers citty, Fred Yazzie and Melvin will be 'Wayne/Lee, Larry/C. Poyer." Arrangements; are i Begay, Clyde Jones andrEddie made [under: the direbtidn of [ HiU,; Funeral' arr'ang'eriiertts' are, under the direction of Cope [CopeMemorial ChapeL Memorial Chapel.
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Lewis arid/Ada Cambridge, Toadlena; recently. celebrated their ; 60th /wedding anniversary. /A special celebration was held in their honor by relatives; Christian Reforaied.Church. Cambridge was bom Jan. 10, 1894 and Mrs: Cambridge was bora Dec. 23, 1893: They were married April 1,-1917 in Shiprp/ck by the late Rev/ CampbeU who was a missioriaiy/at the and friends who gathered for a Presbyterian; Ghiirch; irir Shippotluck dinner at the Toadlena rock at that .tune.

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, CANUTO; y WendeU Everitt Trading Post. PaUbearers wfll "i Canuto, 14-mpnth-old son of be Wilbur Canuto and;Van i. Wflbur and[ Evelyn Canuto of Canuto. Funeral anangeriients a Farimrigton, died Suriday at are the under direction of Cope the PubUc Health/;Service, Hos- Memorial Chapel. pital in^prpek: Funeral ser-, rice' wfll/be/held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Cope Memorial Chapel with Sister /Harriet; ,Janssen officiating. Biirial wiU be in. Memory Gardens. In /addition: to his parents,, the/ /child is survived- by'•'; twos [ brothersjii -Wlnstoa-Everitt • Canuto .and Wesley Everitt Canute and a stepsister, Janice : Bonnie, all of the/family home;/ and his patemal grandiribther,; Mae'/Canu to /.of > the /Blanco /
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Mrs. Chavez- died at the Latter-day Saints Stake been set for 10 ajn. Friday-at' Thursday at U.S. Public": Center, 400 W. Apache, with the Shiprock LDS Chapel with Health Service Hospital in President Al Chapman of the Bishop James Harry Begay /Crownpoint.' She was I bora ,' LDS.Escrito Branch officiatofficiating.. Burial wUl be in ' June 18, 1918; in Nageezi. Her1^; . tag; Burial wfll' be ta Memory , Shiprock Cemetery. Com died father was; old Man, Big Hand Gardens. Mrs. Canute; died Monday in Shiprbck. He was a and/her. mother's maiden; Thursday at San Juan Re.uranium miner, for a number name was Nanabah. She rnar-' gional-Medical Center. She is of years in the Rico and Sleek ried Frank Chavez on Jan. 7, sutyiVed'by five daughters* Rock areas of Colorado. Sur1940, at Nageeri; Mrs. Chavez ! Maiy Todue of Todto, Mabel vivors include one . son; was a housewife and member I Jbhhson and Maggie White Raymus Harrison, Shiprock; of the Church of the .Brethren. -..,' : Brown of Durango, Colo., Ruby/ one daughter, Fannie Har:; Survivors include her?; hus-; j Betonl" of Nageezi and/AUce/ rison, Shiprock; and two sis,;, barid;i: daughter:. --Urania-,! : Canute of Blanco[ Trading ters, Mary Nolan and Bessie t !' Postpone son, WUbur Canute > /.Chavez;; brother, Geceil Big[ Martin, both O Shiprock. He ; f \/Hand; /and sister, Mary fl; Sf: of Blanco Trading Post; was preceded in death by bis Chavez/ Funeral service is . two stepsons, Joe Canuto Jrrof j mother, Mary Cora, last July. under the direction of Brewer • Nageezi and SteVen: Canute' of 1 Active pallbearers include Funeral Home. • / Blanco Trading Post; one step-'.4 : David Shorthair,; Ray; Short. daughter, Sadie Yazzie of hair. Everett Etsitty, Ray Carson; two sisters; Myra ; Nolan, Jerome Peterson and I V J M ' A T C (__,4t_-A_j<l_ .-j — " / ' j - Antonio of Blanco [Trading. •Raymus Harrison. Honorary Poist-and: LoueUa Harrison of. iXAA±y-'m - ' -paUbearers are James Joe.and Fruitland; and one brother, Curtis 0. Gamener. Shiprbck Tonj^Lopez of Blanco Trading ._- &-v"A U--_v-JU», Funeral Home is in charge of Post!., She had 28 . grand- ' chUdren, including Alvin Benny ' of Blanco Trading Post, A L , ..Ami wlttrlwhpm she Uved. There , are.33 great-grandchildren. Ac/ live' paUbearers are 'RandaU Stager Post No;T?517. Charlton.! Betonl, Vern Betoni, Vern Chavez, four-month-old daugh- f Tdied Sunday at Shiprpck.'He is Canuto, Nelson BenaUyson Jr., ter of Mr. and "Mrs.. Lee j survived by his mother; Helen 1 Chavez of.Nageezi, died. Tues.> i : Stanley Bitonny and Cecil j Yazzie; two daughters,: DeCariuto. Honorary paUbearers i day at the Cuba Health Center. ] I lores Canuto .f-Kirtlandand" ! are Alvin. Benny, Joe Canuto j Funeral service wfll be at 2 I Patricia BenaUy of Hogback; J r | Wilbur Canuto Sr. and ;;pih; Friday at thp Latter-day j four brothers, James Yazzie ofI Steven Canuto. Cope Memorial ' Saints Church In Escrito with I Hbgback,'.he Rev. Jackson _ President[Al Qiapman officiat^'Yazzie of Denver,.Hoskie ing. Burial- wfll be in the Yazzie of San Jose, Calif.,/andEscrito Cemetery. PaUbearers Roy.Henderson- Pf Salt Lake De __L Ervin (Chavez and City; and three/ sistersj, Alice , ' Hanna and MarUyn Yazzie, [of' /Eddie Dean-Scott. In addition KJDl [Hogback, and-Shirley SeUsof F ._the parents, survivors in--, I Waterflow. There are five*" - CHARLTON — iFuneral serelude two sisters,, her twin i grandchildren. Pallbearers ;; : vice for Hugh Yazzie Charlton, Velda, arid Teresa Chavez; one wfll bei James Yazrie, John 51, Hogback, wfll be at 10 a.m. brother, Nathan. Chavez,' aU of 1 Pettigrew, Ronald'Roy Robert Saturday at the Shiprock the family:,home; maternal: Pettigrew, Jimmie'Joe and Christian Reformed/ Church grandinother, Mae Ch«|p Robert Yazzie. Funeral ar-, : with [the Tlev. Jackson Yazzie CastiUo of Pueblb Pintado; arid> rangements ' are under the .[ officiating. Burial wfll be in paternal;; grandparents;; Mr.? direction of the C.iprock, Fu- " , Shiprock' Veterans Cemetery. and Mrs. Juan Chavez of : neral'Home. •/.: Graveside service wfll be conNageezi/ Cope Memorial ducted by the Veterans of Chapel is in charge of funeral Foreign Wars Morgan and arrangements^;'^.. -MH^i'-V.-.'.V.-iSaB-tevAfr I '••' A Counselors man who was injured in a two-vehicle accident rtear here last November died.Tuesday in an„Albuquerque hospital as the result of injuries received in the accident, according to state police. •:'Jimmy Chavez, 52, died ..at ,,5:15 p.mi Tuesday .at /Bernalillo County Medical

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//CLAH — Funeral service for Bah Clah,; 80; of Teecnospos, .... ..•.'Ariz.,-'will be held at 10-a.m. :• Thursday at/.Cope Manorial Chapel. Mrs/Clah dledSunday ; of natural causes at the PubUc., Health; Service Hospital in' Shiprock. Burial wfll,be held at "Memory; Gardens. Mrs./Clah Was preceded Iri death by two. daughters, JoeUa Bella in 1956, arid Louise Manycattleta1971. /Survivors include t h r e e [ daughters; Marie C, Tomchee, Irene C. Todacheene and Daisy Babbitt, of Teecnospos; two sOns; Herbert C. Brown and Henry Saitclah, both of Teecnospos; one sister, Mrs. Captain Benally, of Red Mesa, Ariz.; one brother, Reuben ; L e e , of B e c l a b i t o ; - 28 j grandchildren,. 21 greatgrandchildren and 2 greatg r e a t - g r a n dch iI'dr en ; Pallbearers will be Wesley BUeea Norinan Brown,. Jimray B i l e en , P h i l l i p Todacheenie, Elder Sagers and Elder Lundgren. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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CURLY HAIR - F u n e r a l ; service for Atpltty Begay Cur' lyHalr, 93,.Cove, Ariz., wUl be at .10. ajn. Saturday at. the ... Shiprock LDS .Chapel withjBishop James H. Begay officiating.' Burial wfll be in the Shiprock Cemetery. Curly Hair, a - weU-known medicine man in the Cove and Red Valley, Ariz., area, died Monday at the Public Health; (Service Hospital ia Shiprock. I He/Is survived by two sons, IDoa Lee King and Timothy King of Cove; a daughter/,: jSusie Tapaha, Cove; twphrothers. King Tutt of Red ' Valley and Jim Bekis of Lukachukai, ArlzuThere are 10 grandchUdren and eight greatgrandchildren. Pallbearers wiU be Don. Lee King, Albert Tapaha, Tony Tapaha,/John Tapaha, .Glen Tapaha and feaymbndj?J6.e. Funeral ar-[[, irangemenfe: are; under diree- [ i itioa of 'the''Shiprock Funeral

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CASTILLO.- Jose CastUlo, 84," Counselor's, was prono'uribed dead on anival at the Cuba Health Clinic Tuesday. Funeral service wiU be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Brethreri Navajo Mission in Counselor's with the Rev.,Woody Yazzie officiating. Burial WiU be in i CAYADITO-Funeral serMission Cemetery. He is survice for Jose Cayadlto, 90, ,of i vived by two brothers, Lee .Pueblo Pintado, has been set TrujiUo and Robert TrujiUo of for 11 ajn. Monday at; £sCounselor's; a,sister, Stella £mbly of God Ch._ch.e30 Largo of Counselor's; a stepEncino, with the.Rev. Martm son, Charley Jim of Toneon; and numerous nieces and i G Martin officiating., Bunal wUl be'mOjo EriciBO/Ceme•• nephews. PaUbearers wUI be ' tefy cayadlto died Wednesday Frank TrujiUo, Fred. TrujiUo, atCuba.Health Center.^urJohnny Toledo, Gleri Chiquito Vivort Include.one son: MUes Jr. r John Toledo and Harold Harrison of Counselor,, andtwo Atencio. Funeral arrangebrothers, Alfredos CayadWo^ ments are.under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. , v Pueblo Pintado and Frank, Atcitty of Star Lake.. Active Ja. bearers will be Johnson Lrrera.. Eugene Martinez I CHARLEY — John Charley,! H r0 Johnson Andy Herrera aand ^ |72, Shiprock, died Sunday at Lopez, Martinez, the PubUc Health Service HosMiles Harrison. Funeral arpital in Shiprock. Funeral serrangements are under tne vice will be held at 10 ajn. . Thursday at Mesa View Asitrection of Cope Memonal sembly of God Church in Chapel. t f - / 7 f Y ^ x i J ^ J ' 0 Shiprock with the Rev. Charles • -_^_-ri_^g|^ Lee officiating. Burial wfll be ;Y CHARLEY — John Charley,„ C... . j in the Shiprock Cemetery. He' i is survived' by a daughter, 78, Whitehorse Lake, died SatDaisy Harrison ot Shiprock; urday at the Crownpcanf Pub- . three, sons, Glenn Charley of lie Health Service -Hospital/ Shiprock, Dale Charley of The funeral was held at 1 p_n.Phoenix, Ariz., and Wallace today/at the famfly residence Charley of Window Rock, at Whitehorse Lake with the Ariz.; a stepson, George Lee Rev. Gordon Stult and the Rev, Sandoval of Shiprock; and a • Alfred Becenti officiating,'. brother, Jimmie Smart, and a Burial was in the family" sister,; Elsie Buck both of cenjetery; Survivors include Shiprock. There are 12 grand- his wife, -Mrs. Virgima M. : children and three great- Charley of the family home; grandchildren. Pallbearers ; seven sons, Teddy Charley,; DeiiriisC. Mescale and Wayne ' wfll be WaUace Charley, Glenn Charley, all of Whitehorse Charley, Leo Harrison Sr., Raymas J. Lee, Melvin Lee [Lake, Harry Charley of Piano, and Jimmie Smart." Funeral I Texas, Lawrence Charley and anangements are under the j Timothy M; Charley, both of direction of Cope Memorial i Farmington, and: Stanley Charley of CanoncitO; three [ daughters, Lucinda Charley • j -and Mary Yazzie, both of j Whitehorse Lake, and Shirley ! G. Shutco of Albuquerque; two I sasters,/Annie fl. Largo and [Annie Chee, both of Whitehorse - Lake;, and four _r_hers, B^n / Tkgsie;/ Fred Willie, E a ^ / Belone-iand-Al Smith; all of Whitehorse Lake. There are 35/ [ grandchildren and five: great-1 grandchildren. Pallbearers : were- Westley Martinez; Harry . Charley,.Lawrence Charlef Timothy M. Charley, Philh. Apachito and Mark- Shutco. Funeral arrangements were under the. direction of Cope; Memorial Chapel/

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CHEE—Funeral service for i Wilson Chee Jr., 6 months, .'-.Shiprock,'who was dead Moa , day on arrival at the U.S. : PubUc Health Service Hospital ! in Shiprock, is scheduled for 10 L: ajn? Thursday at Cope Memorial Chapel. Burial wfll Mow at Memory Gardens Babylahd Cemetery. Survivors include his parents, WUson and Shirley j Chee, Shiprock; one sister, : Jaquline Jane Chee, of the i family home; his paternal grandmother, Mamie Chee, Shiprock; his maternal grandparents, Julia, and James Thompson; 'and his patemal great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charley John, Red Rock, : Ariz. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial ChapeL I °{-J #

AATATMh '-yyA'u'fSi vice for Erma Jean Cordova, 36, of Cortez, Colo., who died at the Cortez Southwest Memo;rialHospital Tuesday, is slated [for 10.'ajn. Saturday at Mesa View Assembly of God Church j; in'Shiprock with the' Rev. Charley Lee officiating. Interment wfll Mow at the Shiprock Cemetery. She was a teacher's aid with the TriCbunty Head Start Program in Cortez. She is sutvived by her husband,/.Chris Cordova of Cortez; a daughter, Lenora Lee of Shiprock; a. son, Larry Cordova of Cortez; her;pa-, rentsj Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lee of Shiprock; tour sisters, Elsie A. Nabahe, Laura M, Lee, and Denora Lee, all of. Shiprock j and Delorah Lee of Phoenix, j Ariz.;- four sons,. Raymas J. Lee, McDonald Lee and Melvin Lee, all-,;of Shiprock, and Reynold R. Lee of Navajo; and six grandchildren. Active paU bearers Will be Raymas J. Lee, Reynold- R.; L e e , McDonald Lee, Melvin Lee,. Wallace; Charley and RusseU Lewis. Wilbur Lewis will be an alternate. Funeral arrange-

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/ CHAVEZ — Funeral sendee for Stanley Qhiavez, 27,. Nageezi, who died^ta a traffic accident fa Farmington Friday, wfll be at 10 ajn. Wednesday, at the Lybrook Navajo Mission wljh Pastor Tully •- Butler [officiating. Burial wfll be in Lybrook Cemetery. Chavez was employed by the city of Bloomfield. He is survived by his parents, Henry and Mary Chavez of Nageezi; three brothers, David,: Harold and Rudy $havez; five sisters, Marie. Chavez, Larita Toledo, Urania Chavez, Loretta Werito and Teri Chavez, all of ' Nageezi; an aunt, Frances Slim; a nephew and three . nieces. Active paUbearers wfll be Ervin Chavez,. Frank.. Chavez, Charles Martinez, Undy Chavez,. Johnson Hanison and Andrew Charley. Funeral arrangements are' under the direction of Cope Memorial 1 pel

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CAMBRIDGE — Funeral service is planned at 10 ajn. Wednesday at Christ the Ktag CathoUc Church ta Shiprock for Lorine Lena Cambridge of ShiprOck, 26, who died Friday ta an auto accident. FatherAdam wfll officiate at services,, with burial foUowing in Greea lawn Cemetery. Mrs.-_Cambridge was an employe ofFlrst American.. Dairies ta Cortez, Colo. She Is survived .by-hpr. husband, Harold," son DarreU and daughter Geraldirie, aU of the family home; brothers Robert G. Johason /of. Fruitland; Harvey G.i Johnson of Page, Ariz/,,, and, Curtis G... Johnson and Roger G; Johnson of Shiprock; sisters; Catherine; Lanstag-'ahd Marie Irene Joha-, son of" Shiprock. Active/ pallbearers wil be Roger,, Harvey,.: Robert anc. Curtis Johnkm,,. Leonard Cambridge and Albert KeUywood: Funeral anangements are under thedirection of Cope. Memorial ChapeL 'AA'-fi-,^

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.____L_Q - A Funeral/ service for Mrs. Juanita Castillo, 82^Cuba, wiU/be/atvll: aim. CHAVEZ — Funeral sendee Ingo and Paul Chavez. Funeral "Wednesday at the Cuba Baptist for Jimmy Chavez, 51, Coun- anangements are under direcChurch with the Bey David; selor's, will be held at 2 pjn. tion of Cbpe Memorial Chapel. McKenzie officiating; BurialSaturday at the Church of wfll be. in, the Cuba; Cemetery. Jesus Christ of Latter-day She died Saturday /at the; CURTIS — Funeral service Saints at Escrito with Presi- for Dionna Esther Curtis, newCrownpoint PubUc Health Serdent Al Chapman officiating. born daughter of Ronald and vice, .Hospital. Survivors inBurial wfll be in the IDS Eleanor Curtis of Shiprock, clude two sons; Tsosie CastUlo Cemetery.. Chavez died Tues- wfll be held at 10 ajn. Saturr and Woody Castillo;: three day at the BemaliUo County day at Christ the King CathoUc daughters, [Laura Woody 'Etta Medical Center in Albuquer- Church,in Shiprock with the ; Gprdo and/JLouise Ghiquitof a; Chapel. ISjyajL.;/ <0j% que. Survivors include his Rev. Lawrence Schreiber/; sister, Christine AntOne; and wife, Helen P. Chavez of OFM, officiating. Burial wfll : two ; brothers/" Ei_Uip/CastiUo ^AtjLyr^^—- AAJ.f-j. Counselor's; two daughters, be in the Shiprock Cemeteiy. and Jose/Castillo, all from CHARLES — Funeral, serEvelyn Chavez of Counselor's' Survivors, fa addition to her Toneon. There are 38'grand-, vice for WUUe Charles, 24, of and Anna Mae Chavez of parents. Include a_slster, children and "62 g r e a t - . Newcombj has been set for 2 Preston, Idaho; three step- Brianna Curtis of Shiprock; a grandchildren/Pallbearers, p.m. Monday at Cope.Memorisons, Erriest Chavez Sr. of halfbrother Shane Curtis of will fae Paddy Gordo, Roy/ i al. Chapel, the Rev; Floyd Huerfano; Nick Chavez of Shiprock; maternal grandr Martin, James Wood; Sam F. Frank officiating. Burial is to Escrito and Paul Chavez of mother, Marie Begay of Pine . Chiquito, Juari -Cecil Cowboy be in Memory Garderis cemeDulce and three stepdaughters,, Springs, Ariz., and paternal and Woody An tone. [Funeral-/ tery. Charles died May:25 in an Nancy P. Larvingo and Max- grandmother, Barbara Ciirtis; anangements are under the ; accident in GaUup, He/was a ine Larvingo of Huerfano, and of Shiprock. PaUbearers will/ direction of Cope Mfemorial member.of the Navajo Rodeo Eunice De Jesus of Dulce. be'DarreU Curtis and; Kevin Chapel. ".-A. "'•---%, Cowboy Association.". Survivors Pallbearers will be William Cixtis. Funeral arrangments include parents, Phillip arid . HAyEZ — iPuneral service Chavez, Ernest Chavez, Harold/' re under the direction of Cope Glenda Charles of Newconib;:.. for, Lorenzo Dean' Chavez, 30, Lopez, Levi Valdez,. Roy Larv/ Memorial Chapel. four sisters, EUzabeth Nez of Cuba, will be ' a t 1- p.m. Germany, Ann Janet Taliman Thursday at the Toneon Nava;6f. Farmington,' Gwendy jo Mission with the Rev. David' KeUywood of Albuquerque,.and Sidles officiating.' Burial wfll Bemice Edsitty of Newcomb; be. In the Torreon Navajo twp brothers, John J i m Mission Cemetery. He died Charles of Farmington, and Saturday, at Toneon. Survivors CH-AVEZ — J u a n / J o s e Emest PhiUip Charles of Newinclude his wife, Mrs. Edith Chavez, 101,,died today at thecomb; and maternal grandCASSADOR — Funeral serShiprock PubUc Health Service mother, Fannie Redhorse pf vice Is scheduled at 10 ajn. «. Chavez of the family home; a Hospital. He was borri'NpV. 15,, Newcomb. There are numer•Wednesday at the Jicanlla ^ r " son, J e r o m e / a n d two 1877; at Burnham. He; was: ous neices and nephews. Apache Reformed Church of"tj daughters, Lorinda and Flpriimarried to Lorraine,' Jake : da aU of the family home; America for Juan Cassador, .* Active pallbearers will be Chavez at / Whitehorse; Lake. three brothers, CecU-Chavez; 80, of Dulce, who died Sunday 0 Ernest Phillip Charles, Nelson He -had been a .rancher and Kee Sandoval and Richard at San Juan Regional Medical t 3 ~ Peterson, Presley Begay, was, a lifetime resident of New Sandoval, aU of Cuba; anda Center. The Rev. Russell !f^ James Thomas, Bobby Edsitty Mexico; Funeral anangements sister. Rose Jim of Cuba. Dykehouac/wiH officiate. are pending with the Brewer and Harry P. Hoskie. Funeral^ PaUbearers will be Cecil Burial wfll-be,- in the Dulce Funeral Home. anangements. are under theSfl ' Chavez, Gibson Chavez, Wayne Cemetery. Active paUbearers .-direction of Cope Memorial : D. Chavez, Andrew Jim, Clifwill be Arnold Cassador, .Chapel. I ford TrujiUo and TuUy TrujiUo.: CHARLEY — The funeral ; Alcario. Cassador, Dean , Funeral arrangements are unCassador, Carson Dedios, service' for William H. '' -der the direction of Cope Nelson Lucero and' Harold .Charley/ 29, ;ofi.ChUchinbeto, % Ariz., is scheduled for Monday..,; Vigil. Survivors include three daughters: Nina Cassador and at 11 a.m. at the Church of Nazarene fa ChUchinbeto with : Ardlna Vigil of Dulce and _TTNTB-l - » - _ » - _ • _ _ • « • the Rev/Charlie C. Billy '.. Carol ColUns of Shiprock; one son: Alcario Cassador of officiating. Burial is to Mow CURLEY — Funeral sendee John Curl.ey of Gallup. fa-the ChUchinbeto Cemtery^/ Dulce; and a half,brother: for 13-year-old Murphy VirgU Pallbearers will be RusseU Celest Cachucha of Dulce. Charley died Thursday at BaCurley, son of William and BenaUy,, WUliam Curley Sr./ There are 13 grandchildren taan Memorial Hospital in; Marie Curley of Shiprock, wfll William Curley Jr.; Roy and. 14 great-grandchildren. Albuquerque / PaUbearers wfll[ be held at 10 ajn. Saturday at Curley, Harrison Bainbridge Funeral arrangements are unthe Navajo Baptist Temple fa and Raymond Johnson. Funer; der the -direction of Cope be Jimmie Charley, Franklm Shiprock with Missionary Bob al anangements are under the Charley, Robert Charley„TuUy I J. Walker officiating. Burial direction of Cope Memorial Sharkey; William Sharkey and wfll be ta the Shiprock Ceme- ChapeL Teddy Mustache. Survivors intery. He was the victim of a clude the wife, Janet Charley; car-pedestrian accident March. daughter,: Janice Charley; paj 27 in Shiprock. In addition to rents, Mr; and, Mrs. James H. his parents, he is survived Charley; brothers, Jimmie and by two brothers, WiUiam; Franklin. Charley; and sisters, Curley Jr. and Roy Arnold Rita Big .md Janella Charlotte, Curley; four sisters, PhyUis, aU of .ChUchinbeto. Cope MeKaren, Kathleen Ann and morial Chapel is fa charge of Maria Curley, aU of Shiprock; anangements. and his patemal grandfather,

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recited at 7:30-pjn. today at Hood Mortuary Chapel In Durarigo, Colb,; for Clifford G. Cook; 36, of Ignacio, Colo., who died early Saturday in aa auto accident a mile east of Ignacio. Mass wfll be said at 10 a.m. Tuesday by Father Donald Gastonguay at the Southern Ute : Community' Center/fa Ignacio, followed by burial in the Ouray Memorial, Cemetery there. "Cook, born' '•' Aug. 29,1943;faShlprock,was: a member of the Southern Ute Tribe and Ignatius Catholic Church fa;Ignacio,[where he worked tor the;wildUfe conservation office of the tribe. He was a Vietnam veteran. Survivors include his wife, Melanie Baker of. Ignacio; three children, Ryan Edward Cook, ; Arden Cook and Meredith ' Watts; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Cook of Ignacio; two brothers, Marvin Cook, of San Jose, Calif., and Charles Tones of GaUup; and a sister, Mrs. Roger Sage of _gnacio.

CUrfLSY-~^uneral sl-V_r for William Curley Sri, 44, Shiprock, wfll be at 10:30 ajn. Saturday at Christ the King ! Catholic Mission Church in Shiprock with the ReV. Larry Schrieber; OFM, officiating. Burial wfll be in the Shiprock Co-rimunity Cemetery. A former Navajo police officer, he died at his Shiprock home Tuesday. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Marie Shirley Nakai Curley; two sons, William Curley Jr. of Cuba and Roy : Arnold; Curley of Shiprock; I four daughters,.PhylUs, Karen, i Kathleen Ann and Maria Curley Pf the famUy home; j and a step-brother, Amos- Joe of Hogback. There are two grandchildren, Ryan and William Curley I I I . .Pallbearers will be William Curley Jr,; Roy Araold Curley, Russell Benally, Harrison Bainbridge,, Larry Blackwater and Marty Clah. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the Shiprock Funeral Home

•"' CLARK '"'—•' Funeral service for Lucy "Bih-Bizee-Bitsih" Clark, 104, Sanostee, who died Tuesday at her home, wfll be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Christian Reformed Church ta Sanostee with Pastor Frank Curley officiating. Burial wiU be at the Sanostee Family Cemetery. Mrs. Clark was a member of the Christian Reformed Church. Survivors include three sons, Earl Henderson, BiU D. Yazzie, Tom D. Henderson; four daughters, Mrs. Sarah Smith, Mrs. Lucy \ M. Curley, Mrs. Roselyn' B. Bedah and Mrs. Mary C. \ Henderson; and; one brother, Jimmie Pawn, aU ot Sanostee. She is also survived by 45 grandchildren and 44 greatg r a n d c h i l d r e n . Active pallbearers will be Herbert Henderson, Albert Henderson, Edward Curley, Harrison... Curley, Anderson Bedah. and Andrew Bedah/ Funeral ar• rangements are under the • direction/of Shiprock Funeral,•

CURTIS. — Funeral', sendee for Louise D.,_Curtisi 17, formerly of Sheep Spririgs, wfll ; be held 10*a.m. Monday at : Christ, the King Catholic Church, Shiprock, Trith Father Lawrence ^Schreiber, OFM; officiating. Burial will, be in Sheep .Springs cemetery. A waitress at Chef Bemie's res-. / taurant here, she died Thurs: day. Survivors include her mother, Margaret Curtis, and ! four sisters,-Melinda Watchman, Betsy, AUeen and Georgialena Curtis, aU/of Sheep Springs; two brothers, Michael and Justin Curtis; -matemal , [ grandparents Fannie and Carl Curtis; an: aunt; Mary Rose Begay, aU[ of sheep Springs; and two uncles, Edward Curtis/Sheep Springs, and/ Samuel Curtis, Nevada. Active pallbearers will be Robert, Chester,-Toby,.Edward and ' Sairi Curtis,,arid Lester JohnsoSTFtmeral arrangements are : ,' urideri the direction of Cope f Memorial Chapel. -•'./•» L - /y/

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CHAVEZ — Funeral service for Stanley Chavez, 27, CURLEY —"Funeral service i Nageezi, who died in a traffic for Benny Curley, 24, accident fa Farmington FriFruitland, wUl be at 2_r»j_, : day, wfll be at 10 ajn. Wednes^ Friday /at Cope Meal .rial [ day'ai-the Lybrook Navajo Chapel./Burial will .be in . Mission with Pastor Tully Greenlawn Cemetery. He-was pronounced dead ori'arrii%il:at-; i Butler officiattag. Burial;wfll be in Lybrook Cemetery. San Juan Regional Medical Chavez was employed by the • Center foUowing an automobUe city - of Bloomfield. He is accident Monday. He was emsurvived by his parents, Henry ployed by the Bureau of Indian and Mary Chavez of Nageezi; Affairs as an operator englt three brothers, David, Harold • neer fa heavy equipment. He and Rudy Chavez; five sisters, was a 1976 graduate of KirtMarie Chavez, Larita Toledo, land Central High School. Sur.' Urania Chavez, Loretta Werito vivors include his father, John Sluri of Fruitland; a sister," ; and Teri Chavez, all of Nageezi; an aunt, Frances Lena Stevenson and a brother, • Slim; a nephew and three Norman Lewis, both . of ' nieces. Active paUbearers wfll Fruitland; and six cousins be Ervin Chavez, Frank Lucita Curley, Wilfred Curley. Chavez, Charles Martinez, LinSr.',- .Sherry Curley, Larry dy Chavez, Johnson Harrison Curley and Perry Curley, aU of and Andrew Charley. Funeral Fruitland and Esther Westori anangements are under tbe of Aneth, .Utah. Pallbearers direction of Cope Memorial wfll.be Remus Weston, Wilfred Coriey Sr_, Calvin Stevenson, Chapel. Hi.3(So Larry Curley;: Norman Lewis , and Perry Curley. Funeral arrangements are under the direction; of Cope Memorial LDOJ,
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-HURLEY.— Funeral semce i for*Judy, :Wood Curley,' 26, Newcomb, and her year-old soa Dewey Woody Curley, wfll '. be held 10 a.m. Monday at the Toadlena Christian Reformed 'Church with the Rev, Floyd Frank officiating. Burial wiU follow in the Toadlena cemetery. Both were victims of a "traffic accident last Monday in Sheep Springs. Mrs. Curley ; died at the scene, and her only ' child succumbed later that day at the San Juan Regional Medical Center. Mrs. Curley's survivors include her husband, • Larry V. Curley, of the famUy ' home; her parents Sam and Marion Wood, Newcoriib; three sisters, Virginia, Vergie,, and Rosemary Wood; and three brothers, Sam Wood Jr., i-'txy-•/<___- _ ? / . / i

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".URLEA ..mineral/service for Kenneth Lee Curley, 21; of Sweetwater, Ariz., wfll be/held 10 a.m. Monday at v edp_/:Mem6rial "Chapel with Joe^Dee officiating. Burial wfll'.tie,:faMemory Gardens cemetery.. Curley died ^ITTUIA „ [/Wednesday, April,'29;- from an . accident ia Round Rock, CURLEY — Funeral serAriz. Survivors include his vices for Ruby A. Curley, 48, parents. Bob and Lillie'[ Shiprock will be held TuesCurley of Sweetwater; three ' day at the Christian Rei brothers, Ricky, Robert, and formed Church in Shiprock, j Jamie Curley, and one sister, 11; a.m., with Rev.: Edward /'Eugenia Curley, aU of SweetHenry officiating. Burial wfll water; and a maternal j be In Greenlawn cemetery. grandfather, Bobby Woody of I Active paU bearers wfll faRobert Curley,'. Owen Hob- 1 Round R o c k . A c t i v e paUbearers. wUl be Wilson day, WaUace Curley, Thomas Yazzie, Robert Curley, Alfred Bigman, Virgil L. Kirk, Jr. ' Nargo, Albert Peshtony, John and - Earl Albert, Honorary • " • Pallbearers will .be/Art j W. Peshtony, and David > Davis,, Frankie Alfaert and • . Wager. Funeral arrangements are under direction of i Josea Pinto. Funeral , arCope Memorial Chapel. rangements are. under the direction of Cope Memorial. Chapel// Mrs.' Curley died : CAMBRIDGE — Funeral March 26. at San Juan Resenice tor Juanita Christine i gional Medical Center.. Sur- I Cambridge, 16, Shiprock,'wfll vivors include her husband,,; be at 10 a.m. Thursday atthe Leo/J.-Curley of family;, Church of Jesus Christ of home; four sons,; Robert,. Latter-day Saints, Shiprock, Wallace and Randy Curley, ' with Manuel D. BenaUie Sr.; Shiprock, officiating. Burial |':,Shlprbck and Gerald Curley, [ wfll be in the Shiprock Ceme.GaUup;: a daughter, Evey jtery/ She died July 19. .Sha |- Kirk/ok :Las//Cruces; her. ' was a studPrit at Aneth Com-: Biriotherii-Gerturdei Bigman of j inumty School. Sumvors faTwp; Grey/HiUsr father/and; ; elude her father, Juan [Caicct ir: mother, Mr/ and Mrs/ Josea ! bridge, Shiprock; her moth[ Rafael of Pintado, two i pr,- Winifred Foster; Shipi brothers,; CecU Albert of Two : rock;/.'.three brothers, Victor : \ Grey; Hills arid-Thomas ! Cambridge, Phoenix, Ariz.; 1 [Bigman of Teec" Nos'Pos, and Larry and Kevin CainAriz;,, four grandchildren, Jridgej'Shlprock;. two-sisters, • Vi-Tprila••; arid-.'Vanessa IQric Rita and Davone Cambridge; /and- Gerald' arid. Jonathan arid, paternal grandparents, ; Curley;/and aa aunt. Rose iHarris and Esther Cana-' i Chee ofcTwo GreyHill_. bridge, Shiprock. PaUbearers ! will he Juan Cambridge, Wilr Ham Foster; James Cambridge;; Larry Cambridge, Elder Hill; Elder Oakey, Leon Cambridge and Calvin [Cambridge. Funeral arrarigements are under the direction of Shiprbck, Funeral Home."'

CHAVEZ — Chester Thompson Chavez, 49, Farinfagton, died Monday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Mike McConvey officiating. Burial wfll be fa the Brethren In Christ Mission Cemetery at Blanco Trading Post Survivors'include his wife, May P. Chavez of the family home; two sons,' Chester Chavez Jr. arid Virgil' Chavez of Farmington; a stepson, Christopher Chavez pf Farmington; a daughter, MarUyn Chavez of Farmington; his father, Juan Chavez of Nageezi; six sisters, Frances Keitso,; Arlene Andsb and Helen Lopez of Nageezi, LIUie' • Burroughs of Emporia, Kan., and Ruthle Brown aid Etta Arviso of Fannington; and two brothers, Ervfa and Lee Chavez of Nageezi. There are three grandchildren; PaUbearers wfll be Christopher Chavez, Jackson Padilla, Ervfa Chavez, Kee BenaUy, Lee Chavez and Wilson Sandoval. The honorary paUbearer will be Harry Harrison. Funeral anangements are under the-direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. b A f r ^ ^ J A f % H " % S , CHARLEY ^ Funeral service for.RandaU Charley, 23, of Toadlena, wfll be ,at 10 auri. Saturday at the Christian Reformed Church m Toadlena, with Floyd Frank, officiattag. He died i n a onecar auto accident/near Littlewater on Tuesday. Burial wfll be fa Toadlena Comunuiiity .Cemetery,/with graveside services conducted I by the Shiprock VFW. Post NoV'9517.'A graduate of Wingate High School and a U.S. Army veteran, he is sur-. viVed by his parents,. Morris and Mary T. Begay Charley, Toadlena; five brothers, Tom Charley of Shiprock, Henry, Jimmie and John Charley of, Toadlenaand Larry Charley of-Sanostee; and; matemal , grandmother,, Mrs.. Roselyn flegay, Tocito/ Active paUbearers wfll be Jimmie j c_arley„ John Charley, Tom ! Charley Sr., Calvin S. Begay Jr . Daniel Atcitty and;And e a n Brown. Funeral arrangements /art under tiie direction of the Shiprock Fu.neralHome. [['••.;

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; CHARLEY^!— Elmerson Riley Charley, Fruitland, died Monday. He was 1 year and'10 months old. Graveside funeral sendee wfll be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Memory Gardens, with Pastor Kenneth Smith nf the Trinity Assembly of God officiating. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Charjey, Fruitlartd; three brothers, Edward Emerson Jr. and Emeric, aU of the family home; a sister, Alfreita of the family home; matemal grandparents, Paul and Mirian Anderson, Fruitland; matemal greatgrandparents, Happy and t Beatrice Charley, Chfachfabete, Ariz.; and six uncles and nine aunts. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. / .& CHARUE — Funfral service tor Gary Albert CharUe, 24, of Tuba City; Ariz., is pending with Desert Memorial Chapel fa Tuba City. He is i survived by his mother, Geneva Nanaakl of Tuba City. ; Brewer Funeral Home is han1 dUnKiocaLarrangements. .

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CHILLY — Funeral service fori JeanDenet ChUly,; '82, of Shiprock, wffl be at 10 , i a.m. Friday at Cope Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. Allan C. Neskahi.. officiating. Burial wfll be fa: Memory / Gardens/She died Monday at FarmingtonSan'-Juan Manor/ Survivors include three daughters/Marie Clah, and Helen Begay of Hogback and Mae 'Dee /of Shiprock; two sons, / TomIDeChlUy, Farmington and Toin H. John of Hogback; three sisters; Amy Kfadle and /Elizabeth Light, Rattlesnake, and/Anna Gar; nenez, SWprock; 34 grandchildren, 37 great-grandchildren and 2 great-greatgrandchildren. Pallbearers /will be Ron Dee, Harold DeChiUy,, Myron / DeChUly, Wallace DeChUly, Raymond Charley and Delbert Clah. Funeral arrangements /are under the direction, of Cope Memorial Chapel. . ;,,../,;.

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.'unerai service for James Chee, 47, Sheep Springs, wfll be at 1 pjn. Thursday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel at.Sheep Springs with President Harrison R. Johnson officiating. Burial wfll be ta the Sheep Springs Cemetery. Chee died Friday at Sheep Springs, the result of a hit and run accf? dent. He is survived by his'' mother, Mary Chee of Sheep Springs; two sisters, NelUe C. Darinlson and Anna Tso, both of Sheep "Springs; six brothers, Hany Chee of Ora gon, CharUe, BiUie and Roy Chee of Farmington; Glen Chee of Newcomb, WUson Chee of Tohatchi; a daughter, Lisa Marie Chee and a son, John J. Chee, of Sheep Springs. PaUbearers Wfll be Wilson Price, Roy Chee, Leonard Sandman, Billie Chee, Glenn Chee and Leroy Chee. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of

CAS' TftLO^omtaRose Castfllo, 40, Toneon, died Tuesday at the Cuba Health Clinic. Funeral service wfll be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the First Baptist Church of Cuba, with the Rev. Tom Guerito officiating. Burial wUl be In Cuba Cemetery. Survivors Iriblude a daughter, Priscilla Thomas; three sons, Reason, Nelvis and Homer CastUlo; and four sisters, Bertha Jack, Lucita CastUlo, Mae Castillo and Luda CastiUo,-aU of Torreon. There are three grandchildren. PaUbearers wfll be Joe Gordo, Bennie Pueblo, Yazzie Todacheenie, Ernie CaistiUP, George Bebe and Raymond Jack.'Funeral ar . rangements are under/the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. _,•

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two sons, Timothy and Travis Cohoe; two daughters, Sandra arid Stacy Cohoe, aU of the famUy home; mother, Maxine Cohoe of Toadlena; five sisters, Virginia Deal, Elizabeth Mute and MarieLapahie of Toadlena, Sarah Wayman of Midvale; Utah, and:Qara Sandoval-of WfadOw Rock,/Ariz. ?. arid three brothers, Aiidy Gohbe, SWpro c k, E dm und'/G o h oe; Tohatchi, and John: Cohoe Jr.; Toadlena/ He was preceded in death by bis fattier, John. Cohoe Sr., _<^l971;.and twpfai-tiiers, Dee in 1956 and, Robert/in 1963. Pallbearers wiflbe./Andy Cohoe, John Cohoe.Jr,, Timothy Cohoe, Edwin Cohoe, Leo Sandoval . and Elliott Wilson Sherman. Travis "Cohoe and Edmund Cohoe a r e h o n o r a r y , pallbearers. Funeral arrangements are-under the direction of Cope-Memorial Chapd. CAMBRIDGE — Funeral service tor-Ada Cambridge, i 86, of Toadlena, wfll be at 10_ a . m . S a t u r d a y at--the' Toadlena Christian Reformed Church, with Gary Klumpenhbwer and Floyd Frank, officiating. She died Tuesday: at San Juan Regional Medical Center. She was boia Dec., 23, 1894; ,ta Toadlena. flunal wfll be in the family cemeteiy fa Toatflena. Survivors^ include her husband, | Lewis Cambridge of the family home; four daughters, Helen A. Begay. and Lorena , Upshaw of [Toadlena, Amy Jones of Prescott, Ariz., and Gladys Anderson of Fbrt .Defiance/ Ariz.; three- sons, James Cambridge and Fran-, ds Cambridge, of Toadlena and. Melvfa;;Camb_dge;/and two brothers,; Morris Natoniand John B^gay of Toadlena." There are/'29 grandchildren j and- 25 great-grandchildren. j PaUbearers wiU be Michael Upshaw,.-Nelson Cambridge, Samuel Cambridge, Walter LaPlante; James Cambridge Jr. and Ronald- Begay. ' Herbert/ Thomas,' Dean/ Aa derson, Silas Upshaw/'; and Norman Cambridge are; hoa i orary paUbearers. Funeral • arrangements are under: the • direction of Cope Memorial

for Mrs. Anna W. Clah, 84, Shiprock, wfll be at 10 ajn. Saturday at the Navajo Bapitist Temple in Shiprock, with ^A, Pastor Bob Walker, official-. j . fag.. Burial will be ta the Ship- r o c k : Cemetery., Mrs; Clah O - died Wednesday at her home. • -^'A native'pf Aneth, Utah, she. had' been ..a resident of'.'Ship-; C rock 35 years and was a rug ^ weaver. Survivors Include LS her husband, Felix Clah of Jf' the famfly home; a son, HarMNison Begay of Holbrook, ^ Ariz.; iand two daughters, ^ M r s . Beth Cloud of Shiprock .•jj' and Mrs. Fannie SchnnaUy of • Kayenta, Ariz. There are 26 grandchildren, 30 greatgrandchildren and three /'great-great-grandchildren. PaUbearenk'wfll be Leonard , . Doctor, Larry Kinsel,. Johnf son, Washburn, Johnson Washburrii'Jr., John Joe Jr.' arid Leonard Washburn; Hoa •brary/paUbearers' wilT be 'Harrison Begay and Jimmy •' Cloud. Funeral arrangements ;.'are under the directionrifthe > Shiprock Funeral Hoine.

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w w J — Funferfd setvice •* for Robert Keith Curtis, 27, of , | Upper Fruitland, Was'Satur- ; day at Christ, the King CathoUc Church iri Shiprock with Father : Cormac ' Antriam OF_M. of Tohatchi; officiating. Curtis died at home Moa day.,- Burial was iin Sheep Springs Community cemeteiy. Survivors indude his wife, Hilda Dobey Curtis;;pa4 rente, Cari D. and Fannie Begay Curtis, Sheep Springs; three.sons, Robert Keith Jr., Roger Keith and Rodney Keith Curtis, Sheep Springs; ia daughter; Jiilla CharUe, Newcomb; four .brothers, ' Samuel. Curtis// Owyhee-jsj Nev., Edward Curtis, Sheep ' j Sprfagsjony Curtia,;Wildcat, i and Chester Curtis, Sheep Springs; nine sisters, Mrs/, Mary Rose Begay, Margaret' Curtis, Mrs; Shirley Foster, '• Mrs.J_P.earl 'Brown, aU of Sheep "Springs, Isabel Allison and- Mrs} Elise Watson, '-Tob-itchi, .Mrs/ Eunice ' Irv" ing, Pine Dale, Mrs. LiUian ^McDonald; -,Two Grey Hills, I and Annette Curtis of Sheep K! jJring.; -$_n_s. numerous f n i e c e s ; frid/neiphews. j PaUbearers-[were Eddie W.. (Foster, Tony Curtis;,Chester iCurtis, tieonard '^Begay, Larry Begjay.. and Sampson McDonald; Funeral arrangements were under the direction of. Shiprock Funeral j Home.

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(£____^n__ieral service AfWT^ CHISCHILLY - Funeral for Fred Cude1, 93, of Cudei, J : CHARLEY — Funeral serCLAW — n__racaervice service: for Tom ChiscWUy, has been set for 10 a.m,. vice for DahUa Jean Jackson for Charley Claw Sr., 66,' 86, Fruitland, wiU be at 10 Thursday,;at the Cudei. Charley, 27; who died Feb. 3 ^ SWprock, wfll be at 10 a.m. a.m. Friday at Cope MemoriChapter House,/with Jim wfll be Monday at _: p.m.,at Tuesday at CWdst the King al Chapel, with the Rev. Tom [ Charley and Uoyd Harrison the Cope Memorial' Chapel. CathoUc Church of SWprock, , Harmon officiating. Burial officiating/Burial wfll be fa with the Rev. Caron VoUrner.. The Rev. Leo H. BenaUyfSr. wUI be fa the family ceme' the- fariiily cemetery at officiating. Burial wfll be l a ' wfll officiate. Burial wfll be tery. near Chaco Canyon. Cudei. He died Sunday at the SWprock Cemetery. Visat Greenlawn Cemetery. DinChischUly died Tuesday at . [ Good Samaritan Nursing itation hours continue until 8 ner wfll be served for famUy the. PubUcZ Health Sendee: r"Home. Survivors include hisp.m. today at Cope Memorial and friends after the sendees Hospital fa SWprock. He Uved i wife, Gean; two sons, Fred I Chapel. Claw died Friday at at the American Indian Bible' ta the Chaco Canyon area " \ Jim and Tony Cudei of SWp- , Waterflow. Preceded fa death Mission Fellowship Hall. most of Ws Ufe, and ta his; I: rock; a daughter, Helen Har[ by one son, Robinson Claw in Mrs. Charley is survived by a early years used to break rison, SWprock; and a sister, I April 1982, his survivors fadaughter, Melody Ann horses. He owned race horses Sadie; KeUyWood, SWprock. . Charley, of the family home; I eluded five daughters, Sarah from 1937 to 1948 and Was' There are 24 grandchildren i her father, Jimmie Jackson, | BitsiUy, Mary C. Dale, known, for the/ h o r s e s ' and / 38 great-grandchildreti. j LaPlata Highway; two Gladys ll Clah, Leona Mae quickness. He worked for the PaUbearers wfll be RayJim, . Claw, and Rite Mae Dale of brothers, Darnel Eugene and railroad and farmed in Upper P_rvey Johnson Jr., Bobbie • SWprock; and four sons, Lee Joseph Lewis Jackson, both Fruitland from 194Q .rurijfil \ Lee Yazzie Jr., Alvin Har' Clah, Sampson Claw, Edison ofi, Farmington; one sister, i 1958. He had a wfadlmlP .n . risoh, George KeUy Jr. and | Claw, and Charley Claw Jr., Lorena Jean Jackson, Farm, aU of Shiprock. There are 14 his land in the Lake>iVaUey Jones Lee Paul.: Kenneth ington; maternal grandi grandchildren and,three area from wWch area res. i Begay and Carlton' Steve mother Edna CastUlo, Coun| great-grandchildren. ;, Johnson are to be honorary ! dents benefited. He was the selor. PaUbearers wfll be 'pallbearers.; Funeral: arkindest man toT aU people; Darnel Jackson, Joseph Jackrangements are under _ the son, Danny Lee,, Robert Survivors include three direction of Basin Mortuary. daughters, Sara B. Charley, , N-flson, - Roger Nelson and PalfteAT-STnll be Sampson Chaco Canyon, Bessie Pine,; Richard Pete. Funeral arClaw, Charley Claw Jr., Kirtland, and Alta M. Dodge, Larry Dan, Edison ClaW, rangements are under' the Fruitland; three sons, Jeny Arnold Dan and Jimmy direction of Cope Memorial fl. ChischUly Kirtland, NorJacob. Funeral arrangeChapeL ,:;-:;,,.. man ChiscWUy, Fannington, ments are under the direction and Jimmie Pablo, Lake Valot Cope Memorial ChapeL-/ ley; three "nieces, Mary Sand""^CLAW—; Funeral service CHEE — Tommy Chee726, for. Robinson Claw, 25, SWpSWprock, died Monday. He oval, Lake-VaUey, Aimie Gus rock,/wfll be at 10a.m. Tueswas- bom July 14, ,1955, at of Carson, and Rose Henry, day at Christ the King Catha SWprock. Funeral service is Crownpoirit; two nephews, Uc Church fa SWprock, with scheduled for 10 a.m. SaturCHAVEZ — H e r b e r t Wilson. Zospah, Show Low,. the/Rev. Caron ;Volmer_. day at Mesa View Assembly Chavez, 59, of Escrito, died Ariz., and Leo Padilla, Lake OFM, officiattag. Burial wiU of God Church, SWprock, . Tuesday at Cuba Health I VaUey. There are 30 grandbe in the SWprock Cemeteiy. 1 with the Rev. WiUiam. HarClinic. Funeral sendee is to [chUdren and 26 great-grand1 'Claw died as the resultof an rison officiating. Burial wfll be at 1p.m. Saturday at the chUdren. He. was preceded, fa - accident on U.S. 550 Thursf. be/la SWprock Cemetery. j Lybrook Navajo Mission, death by; his wife," Mae, ta day. He had been employed Survivors include his wife,'' j with the Rev. RusseU Kiester 1973. PaUbearers wiU be Nor1 as an auxUiary operator 'for Sarah, pkSWprock; two sons, officiating. Burial^ wiU be ta man ChischUly, Jack Gus, Arizona PubUc Service/SurTommy J_ and George Chee Lybrook Cemeteiy. Survivors Leonard Pine, David Gus, vivors/Include Ws father; _ of SWprock; Ws parents, \ include his mother, Eva Calvin . Padilla and John Charley- Claw, Sr., SWprock; Steve and AnnabeUe Chee, of i Chavez, of .Dulce; four sons, Dodge.-Funeral arrangej SWprock;: three brothers, j Hubert, Eugene and Stanford ; three brothers, Sampson ments are'under the direction I Claw; Charley (_aw Jr; and [ CharUe, Steve Jr., and Alan Chavez of Dulce and Emerof Cope Memorial Chapel. Chee, SWprock; three sisters, ': Edison Claw, aU of SWprock; son Chavez of Aztec; a slsiter, Helen VigU of Dulce; three four sisters,. Mary :Dale, j brothers, George and Jimmy0 Gladys L, Claw, Rita Mae 1 Chavez ot Fannington and Dale and Leona Mae Claw, Gladys Begay, IsabeUe De: Kenneth Cha m j f j aU of SWprock; and an aunt, . CASTILM A Phillip netcWW." -?«d Bemicie Ghee, i Elsie Buck, SWprock. There CastUlo,.33, of.Toneon, died i SWpi-[/> sd*>>d his 'matemal • are- three nephews and . a • Counselor's; three grand; [ Wednesday at the Cuba granc .r-V.a; Mr; and Mrs. : ' mece. surviving.; PaUbearers I children;,.and numerous Health Center. Funeral serJoe Tanj Red Valley.. : j' will- be Dan Clark,. Albert n i e c e s and n e p h e w s . vice.,[will''be at 10 ajn. TuesPaUbearers will be Cecil I Willie, Ambrose. Yazzie, i PaUbearers/ wfll: be Melviri, day at Toneon Mission, with BenaUy,.Roger BenaUy, Sam • Amold Dan, Larry Dan and ' \ Chavez, Norbert Chavez Jr., the Rev. David Scott officiatJoe Tan, Samuel BenaUy, 1 Hennan Johnson. Honoraiy Raymond, Lar/ingo, Earl I' fag/Burial will be fa the fam-." PhiUip. Begay and- Leonard . paUbearers wfll be Sampson i Chavez,. Roy Larvfago and I Uy cemetery Survivors inGhee. Cope Memorial Chapel 1 Claw, Edison Claw and. ! Emest Chavez Sr., with alter-: elude his wife, P a t s y is directing funeral arrange: Chaney Claw Jr. Funeral ar•nates, Norbert Chavez Sr.. ments. I ^ A ^ m , CastiUo; two sons; a daughrangements ' are under the 1 and Alvin Chavez. Funeral; ter; his mother; three sisters direction of Cope Memorial I anangements are under tiie i and five brothers, aU of Tor^airectioB^of Cope Memorial , reon. PaUbearers Wfll be Bert '• Chapel. ' .;••' /'IIPilil/1 Castillo,- Samson Castillo, Edison Tsosie, Curtis Lopez, A A 7 f - - "/ ' ...-..•-'-_ BobbyCastUlo and PhiUip J.

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CHAVEZ — JuSlin C. Chavez", 30, of Nageezi, died there Tuesday. Funeral service wfllfaeat 10 a.m. Saturday at Lybrook Navajo Mission, with evangelist Lloyd Harrison; officiating. Burial wfll be iri Lybrook Mission Cemetery. Chavez had served ta the U.S Marine Corps. Survivors include his daughter, OUvia Chavez; his mother, Pauline Werito; five brothers, Araold Haceesa, BiU Werito, Aaron Werito, Ira; Samuel ;'vWerito and Gabriel Werito; three sisters, , Annabelle' Smith, Ethel Pauline Smith and Robbie Jane Werito; two half-sisters, Mae Martinef and Ann Canute, all of Nageezi; and numerous aunts and uncles.

CLAW — Joint funeraTser-' vices for Irene Thomas Claw,: 37, of SWprock, her husband, CLEVELAND •— Funeral of Salt Lak_City, Utah, and Wilson Buck, and: daughter, sendee for Jane Cleveland, Geneva GisWe arid Jennifer Maggie Jean Claw, wfll be at 35, Fniitland,-wfll be at 10 Howard of Fruitland; ttiree 10 a.m. Thursday at the a.m. Saturday at the San brothers, Guy, Amos and Church of Jesus.Christ of Juan Episcopal Mission with James Robert Pinto, a_ of Latter-day Saints fa SWpthe Rev. Harold Edmonson Frmtland; three sisters, rock, with Dulce Branch officiating/She died Tuesday Daisy Maison, Lily Howard President Ron Velarde ofat the PubUc Health Service and Marie Howard of .ficlatfag. Burial wfll foUow in Hospital in SWprock. Burial Fruitland; arid her mother, the family cemetery near wiU be iri Greenlawn Cema Esther Pinto of Fruitland. : Hogback. The three were victery. Survivors include her There are twagrandchfldreh. tims of a car accident Satur, V , - _ _ _ _ , __c_ *.«._ v _.*. -try 51 .uiu_uiuit.il. day near Mancos, Colo. Mrs. husband, Randy Cleveland of PaUbearers/. fwiU be Amos Claw was bom June 20, 1945, the famfly home; three sons, Pinto, Robert Pinto, Gaul Michael D. Begay with the Pinto, Randy Gleveland, .at Teecnospos, Ariz. Sur, U.S. Navy in San Diego, Nelson Yazzie and Arnold vivors include ttiree daughCaUf., Danny and Daniel Cleveland. Funeral ananga ters, Loma Claw, WWte Rock GisWe of Fruitland; three merits are urider the direction and Araiie Jean Claw and daughters, Evangeline GisWe of Brewer Funeral Home. Alice Jean Claw, Teecnospos; three sons, Raymond _. Claw and David Albert Claw,, Teecnospos, and Samuel Atcitty; four step-daughters CHARLEY - Helen Y. three sons, Kee Toledo, and one step-son; four grand; Charley, 55, Counselor's, died David Toledo, and Anderson sons, Nathaniel and PerThursday at PubUc Health Charley;,/four daughters, thaniel Napoleon, and Service Hospital in SWprock. Marie Toledo; CeceUa SandCarlton Thomas and Herman Memorial services were Fri- oval, Rita and Sadie Charley, George. PaUbearers wfll [faday at 11 ajn. and' wfll be aU of Counselor's. There are T Wesley Bileen, Irvin Ghee,held today at 11 a.m. at f1ve g r a n d c h 1 Id.ren. Frankie Johnson, Frank - ; Brethren Navajo Mission, PaUbearers wfll- be /David Buck, Rufus Buck and -with Rev. TuUy- Butter of- Charley, David ToledC Wilr Wilford Buck, with Justin: _iciating. Burial wUl be at Uam Dennison, Kee Toledo, Nakai, Roy L. Begay, Jim-: Mission Cemetery. Survivors Donald Harrison,- and Bobby mle BenaUy, Benme PhiUips, include her husband, .Sam Martine Jairies A. Monroe,.1 Johnnie;/ Charley: of the famfly home;. Murphy, Levon Bates and Sam-Keetso acting as/hoauAobv Anc oraiy paUbearers. Brewer Funeral Home; is directing I^JJCJ-^S^A' anangements. rCTjuzAA CHAVEZ — Funeral service for Minnie H. Chavez of ageezie wfll be at 10 ajn. Saturday at Lybrook Mission, »» __ n l J - a _L nth the Rev. RusseU Keester officiating. Burial will foUow:, m Lybrook Cemetery. She died Saturday at Cuba Health Center. Survivors include tWo daughters, LulaHacessa and; Eloise Martinez of Nageezi; and three sons, Richard Syl-; vester and Charles Sylvester of Nageezi and Hany Chavez of Farmington. There are 40 grandcWldren, 68 greatgrandchildren and six great-great-grandchildren; PaUbearers wfll be Richard Sylvester, Charles Sylvester, Harry Chavez, Leo Setzer, Dixon Armstrong and Eddie Garda. Honorary pallbearers are Clarence Begay and Eddie Ayzie. Funeral anangements are under the/direction of Brewer Funeral Home. — _ -_--_. _ —

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dSt/M^i-^uneral sendee for Raylando Ray Clah, 5-month-0Id son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond (_ah of Waterflow, wfll be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Christ the King CathoUc Church in SWprock. Burial wfll be fa . the family cemeteiy at: Hogback. ' The baby died Friday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital ta SWprock. Survivors In addition to. his parents, • include two brothers, Nathaniel Clah and Raymond Leo Clahi/Jr.v and a sister, Bemitterae.Ray CM, aU of • the family home;, paternal: grand'parents; TVapper Brother and Minnie Clah of SWprock; maternal grandparents, Alfred and Helen Atcitty of

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DENNISON-i-Funeral ser-/ vice for Leo Dennison Sr. of \ Fl. Defiance, Ariz., was held . at 10 a.m. today at Our liady : of the Blessed Sacrament; : Catholic Church in Ft v De. fiance, with Father Paul Pf; ficiatfag. Dennison was found i dead Feb. 6 near Gallup. Graveside service was conducted by the Window Rock VFW at the Ft. Defiance Cemetery. Dennison was a retired carpenter and a World . War II veteran.' PaUbearers wfll be the Window Rock VFW • veterans. Dennison is survived by six; daughters: Patricia Wauneka, Geraldine Dawes, . Gertrude Dennison, Christine Dennison and Charlene Tsosie; all of F t . Defiance, and i LaVonne Chino of San Fidel, N.M. Also surviving are-five sons: Wayne and Patrick Dennison of Ft. Defiance; Richard and Roger Dennison of Ganado; and Alonzo Dennison of Mentnwre, N.M. Also' surviving; -ls.i-.-one- sister;-• Ella Gniette-of.-. Cedar -HillsyiNM. Funeral arrangements were under the direction of Cope

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i DESCHEENI—Funeral service for Sidney Descheeni, 55, SWprock,' who died Monday at his home, is set for. 10 a.m. Saturday at the SWprock FuU Gospel Church with the Rev. Hoswood Brown officiating. Burial, will be in Shiprock Cemetery. -DescheeW is sur. vived by his wife, Helen Lee Descheeni; three daughters, Helena,' Phillis and, Patricia; two sons, Lambert and Michael DescheeW, aU of SWprock;; three sisters,; Mary D e s c h e e n I a nd Chabah Whitney, both of Ganado, Ariz., and Gladys Gorman, Old SawmlU,. Ariz.;, orie brother,; Sam DescheeW, Ganado; and several aunts and uncles. Active paUbearers wUl be Hoskie Hunt, Lewis. Benally, Luke Boy Levi, Robert Lee, Glenn/Charley and Ronald Wilson. Funeral anangements, are under the direction of Cope Memorial ChapeL 7 . a A ^ :

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DANIELS—Funeral sendee for Eugene Judas DaWels, 23, of SWprock, who died at the SWprock PubUc Health Service Hospital following an auto accident six miles north of SWprockron the Cortez Highway. Saturday, is set for 2 pjn. Monday at St. Mary's-CathoUc Church,taFannington with the Rev.Bruce Hausfeld, OFM; officiating. Interment wfll follow at Memory Gardens ceme- . tery. Darnels was employed; by Navajp Communications. He is survived by his wife Jane R. Darnels of SWprock; his mother/Pearl Darnels of SWprock; three brothers, J i m m i e Darnels of Window Rock, Irvin Brown and Elton Darnels; of Farmington; three; sisters, Margie. Smith of U p p e r ' Fruitland, Roselun Dodge oi Durango and Angela Sanford of Shiprock; his uncle and:. aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Brown of SWprock; four aunts, Emma Brown,' Katherine Darnels, Mary Keyormle,,aU of SWprock, and Rose Carrol; of Phoenix; Ws uncle, Ned Keyonnie of Crownpoint;: and many nieces, and nephews. Active pallbearers will be Wilbert Johnson, Herbert Johnson, Henry Shirley; James Turney, Harold James and BUI Zimmerman-. H o n o r a r y pallbearers will be; George Christy, Larry Wilkerson, Irvin Brown, Elton Daniels,.: Terry Sanford and* Robbie Hamrack. Funeral arranger ments are under the [direction .' of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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DENETSONE - SteUa R. ; Denetsone, 57, of Kirtland,-, ^/died Sunday at San Juan ' Regional Medical Center. Survivors include her'husband, ^ Clyde Denetsone of Kirtland. Funeral arrangements are • ' pending under the direction of Cop^mp^Chape^-g, |

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DAILEY — Danny ' Yazzie DaUey, 28, of Blue Gap Mission, Chfale, Ariz., died Satur- ; day fa Solano Spring, Ariz. .Je . • is survived by. his.parents,: Thomas and Mary .Dafley » f Blue Gap; three daughters, j Serafina: DaUey, Sofia Dafley 1 and; Saybra: Dailey all. of.:! i;/ Rough: Rock; five brothers, •: Dale Dafley of San Jose, Calif i, Dan N. Dafley of Dallas, Tex., ' and Beimie Dafley of SWprock; '• three sisters, Elae Dafley and Esther Haskie,of Phoenix, ' Ariz./and Linda Dafley of Los 1 . Angeles, Calif.; and matemal e* grandparents, Hosteen and/ j Mary BlackSheep; Blue Gap.; ..' Funeral arrangements are•-'.. „ pending i at Cope Memorial

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. DIXON — Evan Earl Dixon, 3-week old son of Virginia Dixon and John Dan of Shiprock, died Wednesday al the | U.S.-PubUc Health Hospital in > Shiprock. Funeral service wiU be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at Cope Memorial Chapeliwlth . Bishop ' James H. Begay officiating. Burial will be in ' Memory Gardens. In addition lo his .parents, the baby is survived by his maternal grandfather, Earl Dixon Sr. of.; Shiprock; seven aunts, one; uricia: arid numerous 'cousins; g PaUbearers wfll be David Dale/, and Stover Paul. Funeral ar-•. • rangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial .

[ DENNISON and JIM — 'triple funeral sendee for Adam [ Jim, 60, his soain-law, Larry Dennison, 26,'and grand- 1 daughter, Geneva Ann,Den- , nlson, 5, all of Cuba, wfll be at ; 10 a.m. Saturday at the Star Lake Bible Mission with the Rev.: Claude B. Fondaw officiating.'Burial will be in the • Star Lake Cemetery. The three [family members were kflled ; Saturday in an auto accident near Cuba. Adam Jim made -his home at the Pueblo Alto Store and Is survived, b y his . wife, Mrs. JuUa Jim M./the \ family home; two daughters,. • libliise Jim. and. Esther^'Jfan t\ Dennison of Cuba; two /sons; . Samriiy Jimi and Fred Jim''of iCuba; ;a .".brother, Lewis' Jim Rafael of Cuba; and a,Half-; sister, AUce E. Jim Toledo of Star Lake. There are four grandchildren. Pallbearers /wiU be Woody Rafael, Wayne /Rafael, Kenneth Rafael, Sammie Jim, Fred and Dion Sandoval Larry Dennison, Pueblo Pintada; Boarding School at Cuba, is survived by his'wife,; Mrs. Esther Jim Dennisori/bf Pueblo Pintada, and his father, Leo- Dennison of Counselor's.. : Pifllbeafers wfll be Leo. Dennison, Robert Dennison, Daririy Dennison, Leon Dennison; Harrison Begay and Ricky Cayaditto., Geneva: Ann Dennison is survived by her mother, Mrs. Esther Jirii" Dennison of Pintada School, her paternal; grandfather,/Leo Dennison of Counselor's, and maternal -grandmother, Mrs. Julia-Jim , of Cuba. PallbParers wfll be Woody Rafael, Wayne Rafael,, .Kenneth Rafael, Sammie Jim,, [ Fred Jim and Dion Sandoval. : Funeral anangements are under the direction O Cope f /Memorial Chapel.

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/, D E E - F u n e r a l s e ^ - ?or I S i i E M ! , C , S ! •^A^^-n-Ty John Nelson Dee /St.;; 4 9 , f Q j e s N e a r HoiTK. SWprock, who died near his i./:JS&sJ6*fc_#-> ^ l A ' X l ^ : home Thursday, is slated for 2 :/ S__ R0CK — Johii. Nelson pjn. Monday at Cope Memori- • Dee,; 50,[ secretaiy-treasurer of DeCHILLY—Funeral service' al Chapel with the Rev. Scott /ttie Navajo Agricultural:;Ffpd-' Redhouse officiating. Burial-i ucts Industry board of direa for Mary/G. DeChUly, 73, wiU be in Greenlawn Cema tora/and a former tribal coun- Waterflow, who died Friday at tery. Survivors Include his, cfl-member from/ Teecnospos, - San Juan Regional Medical wife, Mary Dee of the home; Ariz., died Wednesday night Center, is set for 2 p.m. son, John Nelson Dee Jr., near his home. Dee/also chairman of the re- Tuesday at Cope Memorial SWprock; four daughters, Jacqueline Begay, Janelle Dee, j election campaign for Navajo Chapel with the \ Rev. Woody Janine Dee, all of of SWprock,1 Tribal Chainnan Peter :Mac-j Yazzie officiating/ Burial wfll and Jennifer Laughter; Shonto, j Donald, was reportedly work-/ be fa Shiprock Cemeteiy.'Her Ariz.; three .brothers. Pouch I, tag fa fields near his home 1husband, Paul DeChUly, and Dee, Red Mesa, Ariz., Posey when'he became tired and three sons preceded her in Roger Dee,' Shiprock, and went to sleep in his pickup [ death: Survivors, include one Edgar Dee, Teecnospos, Ariz;; truck. Friends were unable to I son, Harry DeChUly; three ttiree sisters, Li;cy Dee, Red wake him this morning, ac-1 daughters, EdUh Bbnnett, Barbara Hanison and..Abbie Mesa, Nellie Lee and Bonnie cording to reports. : Dee was- councilman from Holyan; _dl of SWprbck;:' orie D. Cleveland, Teecnospos; and' Teecnospbsifrom 1970 to 1974,•• brother, Natarinl Chee, four grandchildren. Actiye pallbearers will be John and was first appointed to the Fruitland ;/13 grandchildren; Nelsort Dee J r , Floyd Begay, NAPT board in 1972; The i and two great-grandchUdren. Marvin Laughter, Darrell rancher was reappointed in . Funeral anangements are unBegaye, Jimmy Eileen and 1977. .' *psxAAAA¥y77:-, der the direction of Cope Arnold Nelson., Honorary Tribal police in Shiprock Memorial Chapel. pallbearers will be Navajo were continuing an tayestigaTribal Chainnan Peter Mac- tion into the death. ^ Donald; Tribal Election Commissioner .Samuel Pete; MarshaU Tome; Tribal Office :.:,% 3 sv>of Operation head Harry : Tome; Red VaUey Tribal cojmcU member Watson Gibson and -8S*j»;*Carl Todacheeene, former Shiprock Tribal councilman. ^Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope "^AA 1 " _ : /Memorial Chapel. £_( /fy&u r. .'/

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DALE — Funeral sendee for Charley Dale, 44, Waterflow, wfll be held at 2 pjn. "Tuesday at the Shiprock Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints with Elder Roy Mexican Jr. officiating. Burial wfll be ta the SWprock Community Cemetery. Dale was killed ta an auto-pedestrian accident on Highway 550 Thursday. He was an, employee of the Office of , Navajo Economic Opportunity. * Survivors include his mother, ' Pauline Dale of Waterflow; and four sisters, Ethel Lewis of SWprock, Mary Bunny of Fruitland, AUce Pete of Water• flow and Annie Blue Eyes of : Hogback. PaUbearers wfll be I Larry. BWe Eyes, Tom Blue : Eyes, Roland Witchel, James Robert Pinto; David Willis and JoWison i Begaye-/ Funeral arrangements are under-'-'the direction of Cope Memorial

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y'A;;-DESCHEENE— Fit) . •//Vice; f o r ; G i l b e r t L e c Descheene/, four and. a half year old son of Cody Lee Descheene of Dennehotso and SaUy Marie Brown of HoweU; Mesa, Ariz., wfll be held at 11 ajn. Friday at Navajo Baptist: Church, Tuba City, [Ariz. The Rev. Joha Mexlcano "will officiate. Interment wfll be fa Coal Mine Mesa cemetery. /Pallbearers; wiUi'fae.Hferbert / Brown,/ Thomai: J a m e s Barlowe, Jesse/ James Sheppard and/Robert Begay. The child, died Jan: 10 at BemalUlO ; County Medical. Center in Albuquerque./Other simdVors [include a sister, Salarlssav Brown of HoweU'Mesa; maternal grandmother, Stella BroWn; HoweU Mesa and paternal grandmother, June Descheene; Derinehotso., Cope / Memorial Chapel is in charge of a r r a ^ e n ^ , _,

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DAN'— Funeral sendee tor Christopher Dan^jj-morith-old son of Art:and Susie;Dan of SWprock, wfll be at' 10 ajn. Friday at Cope Memorial Chapel with Roy C. Begay officiating. Burial win be:fa Memory Gardens. The bpy. died Tuesday at SWprock.: to addition to his parents, he is survived by three brothers, Melvin Nez/iErvin Bariketewa' and Jfohnny flanketewa, aU of i SWprock; a sister; Allsla Dan [ of SWprock; matemal grandmother, Julia Thompson of Red Rock, Ariz.; and patemal grandfather, Little Dan, Sweetwater, Ariz. PaUbearers will be Norman Thompson, Leo Thompson, Danny Thompson and Ervfa Thompson. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope. Memorial Chapel. .___ :,.' 1'l_SSS5i®__i^-"-'«--.i • -• — DENETCHILLEY - Funeral service for AUce Denetchjlley, 69, Huerfano, wfll be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Dayton Blackwater officiattag. Burial wfll be in Memory Gardens. Mrs. Denetchilley died Saturday at Huerfano. She is.survived by three. daughters, Betty Rinnocoose of Brigham City, Utah, Rite Martine of GaUup and Renita Denetchlltey of Huerfano; a son, Harold Vigil Sr. of Huerfano; a sister, Araiie Curley of Huerfano;'and two brothers, Ervin Davis and Hugh Antonito, both of Blanco. There are. 1 . grandchildren and two great-granddifldren. Pallbearers will fae Ken Martine, Alvin Davis/Herbert Davis,; James - Bennie, Jerry Bennie and Preston Haskle. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. *3 TnATTjL^
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DESCHENE — Graveside /service for Margaret LucUle" r, Deschene, 43, of , Kayenta, Ariz., wfll be at 1 pjn. Friday "in;Kayenta Cemetery:.Bom . - A -fl 17,1938, Mrs. Deschene.: 1 :--^.Monday iri Albuquerque. ' a domestic worker,,.Mrs. 1 Deschene was a lifetime Arizona resident. She is/survived by her husband. Jay Lee;
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• DAN Florence Clark Dan, 62, SWprock, win be at 10 a.m. Monday at Navajo Full Gospel Church fa SWprock.'Mrs; Dan ,-• died ta SWprock Dec! 22.J Pastor Jo_my_g. BUly, with assistance from Pastor Joe Nez and Reverend Allen Neskai, wfll officiate. Burial will be at SWprock Cemetery. Mrs. Dan was bom April 15, , 1920 at Hogback, N.M. She is survived by her husband Mark Dan; four sons, Jimmy C. Dan, Fruitland, Larry C.; Dan, Farmington, Vernon Dan; Kirtland, Arnold C: Dan;: SWprock; four daughter's, Elsie BUly, Aneth, Utah,, PauUne Benally; SWprock; SteUa Dan, Farmington, Amy Judy Claw, SWprock; two sisters, Viola David, West Covina, Calif., AngeUa Natorii, Shiprock; two; brothers Chester dark Sr., SWprock, Ckyde Begay,[Tocito, N.M.; 19:grandchildren and' one great-g r a h d chi1d. PaUbearers wfll' be Johnny 1 flflly, Elroy.BUly, Ira Dan, , Fredrick Billy, Arnold Cleva land Jr., Michael Dan and alternate-Greg Dan/Honorary; pallbearers wfll be Jimmy C.' Dan, Earry C. Dan, Arnold C. Dan, Verrion Dan and. Marid Dan. Funeral arrangements; are under the direction of • Brewer Funeral Home.

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DENETSONE — Rosaiy will 'are under the direction of Cope o' be said at 7 pjn. Wednesday at Memorial Chapel. Cope Memorial Chapel for Stella R. Denetsone, 57, o f Kirtland, who died Sunday at )ESCH?fflE - Funeral San Juan Regional Medical Center. Funeral service wfll be . service for. Chee Ford at .11 a.m. Thursday at Saint Deschillie, 74, of Burnham, Mary's CathoUc Church with wiU be held at the San Juan Father James Lindenmeyer Episcopal Mission Tuesday- at officiating. Burial wfll be in 2 p.m. with Steve Plummer the famfly cemetery at Cryofficiating. Burial will foUow in stal. Pallbearers will be Greenlawn , C e m e l e r y . Marvin Newman, Alfred NewDeschillie died Friday/at man, Donnie Newman, Eddie Nenahnezad Boarding School. Denetsone, WalUe Denetsone, He was bom April 14, 1904, at Leo Denetsone and alternate Francisco Mountain, the son of Lemmie Denetsone. Survivors Alvin and Mary Forcl He was include her husband, Clyde Denetsone, Kirtland; two sismanied in 1938. He was a • ters: _ arflria Chavez, Denver, retired fanner and had been a Colo., and Manuela Luna, El resident of New Mexico. SurPaso, Texas; and four nieces: vivors include his wife, Mamie ' Loretta Griego, Denver; DeschiUie of the family home; [ Josephine Ramlriz, Riverside, four daughters, Ramona Calif., Elvera Queroga, El Armenia of Farmington,"' Paso, and Maira Hernandez, Bessie John, and Jane D. Jones La Puenta, Calif. Memorial of Kirtland arid Mary John of; contributions may be made to Fruitland; two, sons, Sam Ford the American Cancer Society, of Burly, Idaho, and Jerome ( .San Juan Urat, Box 92/ FannDeschillie of Los Angeles, ington. Funeral arrangements Calif., 25 grandchildren, eight DEE/^-'Funeral service for ' great-grandchildren; three sis-, Edgar Dee, .65, Teecnospos, ters, Esther Pinto and Emerly Ariz.;'will'be at 10 a.m. -TuesYazzie of Fruitland and day at the [Brewer; Funeral Elizabeth Bitusue; one, Home Chapel,""with"the. Rev. • brother,/ Juan Begay of Jack' Nakai Sr.([ officiating. Fruitland. Pallbearers wfll be Burial will.be iri Greenlawn Nelson John/Tom Mason'Jr., .. Cemefery. Dee died ThursWofford Hanley, Walter Newday at Montezuma Creek, tori, Frank.Mason and. Henry Utah. He was president of the Smith. Brewer .Funeral Home Teecnospos Bbard. of Educaiis in charge of anangements. . tion; belonged to the,Com... .:_vs-.-iSfc___sa. « . munity Action Committee and the Grazing Committee and served ori the Utah NaVajo Development Council. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Anna Dee. of the family home; v twp sons, Edward Dee,, stationed with the U.S. Army ta Fort Rucker, Ala., and GUbert Dee of Red Mesa, Ariz.; four_daughters, Dorothy Yazzie- of .Montezuma Creek; AUce Jones of Blanding, Utah; and Victoria Dee and Susie Dee; of Teecnospos; add two/, brothers, • Posey Roger Dee of SWprock and Charles 'WilUams, of: Teecnospos. There are seven. grandchildren arid one greatgrandchild/ PaUbearers wfll . be Pvt EdwardDee-:Gflberf" /Dee, Herman Yazzie, Gilbert Lee, Charles Jones and; Bea jamin Chee. Brewer Funeral.•-, : Home; is in charge of arrangements. . ••.
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DAVIS — Funeral service for Anslem G. Davis, 76, Bluewater, wfll be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the St. Michael's School Chapel in St. Michael's, Ariz., with the Rev. Diego Mazon, OFM, officiating. Burial will be fa the St. Michael's CemeteryRosary wiU be at 8 p.m, today at RoUie Mortuary Palm Chapel ta GaUup. Visitation is all day today. Davis died Tuesday as the the result of an automobUe accident ba tween GaUup and-TohateW. He was bom May 30, 1906, fa Lukachukai, Ariz. He had Uved ta Ihoreau 25 years wWle working with the Bureau of Indian Affairs. He was with the BIA 47 years before retiring. He was preceded fa death by bis first wife, Aileen, in 1965, a j brother, Albert Davis, and a ' grandson, David Davis. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. AUce Davis of the family home; six sons, Anslem Davis Jr. of State CoUege, Pa., Robert Davis of Farmington, Ralph Davis, of Tempe, Ariz., WUliam Davis j of PhoeWx, Ariz., MlcWiel Davis and: George Davis of j Bluewater; seven daughters, [ Pearl Tome and Eleanor Smith of Albuquerque, Gloria Davis, Sister of the Blessed Sacrament, St. Mary of the Rosary Mission of Pinon, Ariz., Rosarita Leyba of San FeUpe, Loretta Chavez of G a 1lu p , P a t r i c i a MonethathcWa of Phoenix

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DALE — A funerdl mm for Mary Claw Mass Dale, 34, of SWprock Mass b e a t 10 a.m. is to Saturday ta Christ the King CathoUc Church with the Rev; Caron VoUmer, O.F.M., officiating. Burial Is to be fa SWprock Cema tery. Mrs. Dale died Saturday. She is survived by a daughter, Theresa Lynn Dale, at home; five sisters, Gladys Clah, Sarah BitsiUy, Rita Dale, Leona Jacob arid Catherine Mike; four brothers,. Lee, • Simpson, Edison and Charley Clah Jr.; and one aunt, Elsie, Buck. AU are of SWprock. PaUbearers are to be Sampson Claw/Edison Claw Jr.; Charley Claw Jr., Lee' Claw, Amold Dan arid Frank Buck. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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A 1 , Leonard U&sA^g day at Cope Memorial /Chapel.:Visitation wiU be at the home of Leonard" Dan, Sr./ from noon/ today: until noon- Moriday/ta Fruitland with Father /Harold/Edmonson officiating, rOan: was ~a member of the Four Cor/ hers Cheyenne Goiird Dance Society, was a member of /'. Pawnee Hadtishka arid was involved irii the American Indian Movement. Survivors i a : elude a son/ Desmond Dan; a da u g h t . r , AS r e c i o u s CheyariUo of Ignacio, Cofa.; Ws mother, Sarah Phllbrick of Salt Lake City; his father, L e o n a r d Dan;, S r . of Fruitfand; a' sister/:.Candace of Frmtland. Patemal grandparents ' are; Thomas / arid Wilma Dan of Fruitland; maternal -grandmother is Thelma Stonerdad of Tghacip, Colo.; matemal grandfather Is George Howell, Sr; oifi.Albuquerque/ Other survivbrs: include-numerous:, aunts, uncles; Weees and nephews. Pallbearers wfll be George E. Howell^ Jay;, Howell, Leo Yazzie^ Hank HoweU, Delos i -PralreicWer,: and Clifton Ra [mans.[-Honorary pallbearers!:: ; wfll be George E/Howell, Jr., .Kennetlfi.Howell,. Gordon Redd>: JSck Frost, _[r., An|drew Frt_t^, Robert Ihbmas, IQUiritln/ Thomas, Leonard .JThomas./J.R. Franklin,; JoWi S ton e ro a d /a n d.: Dud e vSfoneroad- Funeral anange;. linents are under the direction of Cope MemorialChapeL.. /.,; if

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ETCnTY — Funeral service 0 JN —Funeral' setvlce for Lucy Dick Etcitty, 61, for Robert E. Ellison, 60,' Shiprock, who died Monday fa C&AJLffA. 3 y SWprock, wfll be at 2 p.m. 'Montezuma Creek, Utah,[wiU ETCHTY — A funeral<_ervice for Wilson Etcitty, 82, of be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the • Thursday at! the Christ the 1 ., Sheep Springs, wfll be held at 10 ajn. Tuesday at the Navajo King CathoUc Church in SWpRed Mesa FuU Gospel Church Baptist Church in Crownpoint. Burial wfll Mow ta Smith rock with the Rev. Larry , of Red Mesa, Ariz., with the i- Lake.Cemetery. Etcitty, bom June. 15, 1900, in.McGassey, Schreiber officiating. Burial Rev. Scott Redhouse officiatdied Friday fa GaUup. He was a prominent businessman in wfll be ta SWprock Cemetery,-. ing. Burial wfll be fa Red Mesa Navajoland and the first Indian businessman on the Navajo Mrs. Etcitty was the daughter, Cemetery. Ellison died SaturReservation to establish and operate several businesses, of Jim Dick, and had Uved ta day at San Juan Regional both on and off the reservation, including a 22-sectlon cattle New Mexico aU her Ufe. She is Medical Center, Survivors inand sheep ranch at the base of the north side of Mount survived by her husband, AUen clude, his wife, Mrs. Maggie N. Taylor, a half-section cattle and sheep ranch at Smith Lake Etcitty of Shiprock; four Ellison of the famUy home; daughters, Sheila Jim of Wa•i and half-section of cattle and sheep ranch at Standing Rock. five sons, Tom EUison Sr. and terflow, and Victoria Etcitty, ; He was the first Navajo to set up a postal service building. Albert EUison, both of FarmDarlene Baldwin and Rose- ^ in Crownpotat, a First Interstate" BanklDuflding;, Kentucky tagtori, Udel Ellison of KirtI Fried CWcken, and the Etcitty Mall in Crownpotat, wWch is land, Marvin Ellison of Red , mary Johnson, aU of SWprock; seven sons, Roy of Kirtland, • now/used by several Navajo businesses. He was also the Mesa, and Virgil EUison.of San Luther, Everett and Eddie inajor stockholder in the trade Mart complex in GaUup. Diego, Calif.; eight daughters, Atcitty, Leonard Johnson and Early ta his adult life, he was'a silversmith anda railroad, Julie Skeet of Farmington, Jimmy Tony, aU of SWprock, laborer. Etcitty contributed to the Christian Reformed MisClara Denetdale, Maxine Eland Tony Allen of Barstow, sion ttiroughout the Navajo Reservation. He, deUvered. lison and Leeta Ellison, aU of Calif.;, a sister, Dorothy Joe, mercantile goods from GaUup by wagon to outlying trading .Albuquerque, Conine EUison, Shiprock, and two brothers, prists on the reservation. He was a past, secretary 6f the VeraadeU EUison and Jennifer Tom and Johnny Pete, as weU Smith Lake Chapter House and the first elected chapter EUison, aU of Red Mesa, and as 34 grandchUdren- Funeral ; Mattie Ortiz of [Barstow, • president of Smith Lake. Etcitty was a resident of Standing anangements are under the Calif.; ttiree stepbrothers, ElHock for the past 46 years. Survivors include his wife, Louise direction of Brewer Funeral ' lison Tsosie of Fruitland, Joe Begay Etcitty of the family home; sons by his [first marjtome. . /.'-. S - 3 0 Tsosle of Ganado, Ariz., and riage, Jay W. Edcitty of Newcomb, Mark W. Etcitty. of , ,;,..-. Hugh Tsosie of Farmington. • ' & S . V ' Crownpotat, Joe W. Etcitty of Mariano Lake, Frank C. Etdtlib - • -, ' 1 >.l . . ": There are 20 grandchildren. . ty of Frmtland; sons from his second marriage, Leo W. Pallbearers will be Lester Etcitty of Standing Rock/Nelson W. Etcitty of Round Rock,, ,;'! ETCITTY — Funeral ser- , Tsosie, EUison Tsosie Jr., and WUbur W.-Etcitty of Little Water; and daughtersvice for AUen Tom Etcitty, UdeU EUison, Delbert EUison, /.-.LaVem E. Bflley of Standing Rock, Margaret E. Grieve of 63, SWprock, wfll be at 10 • Marvin Ellison and Albert Ruby Ranch, near Crownpoint, and Hazel Etcitty of Standing , aJri. ; Friday at Christ the EUison. Funeral arrangements , Rock. There are 20 grandsons, 14 granddaughters and seven : King Catholic Church of SWpare under the direction of Cope great-grandchildren. PaUbearers wfll be WUbur W. Etcitty, rock, with the Rev. Larry [ Memorial Chapel. Nelson W. Etcitty, Mark W. Etdtty'Sr^ Frank"C/Etdtty, Schreiber officiating. Burial Leo W. Etcitty, and Jay W. Edcitty Sr. HonorarypaUbearers wiU be in the SWprock Cema wfll be Dickie BUley Sr., Dickie Bflley Jr. and Eugene Emer""" i i - a i -So tery; Etcitty died Monday at son. RoUie Mortuary of GaUup is in charge of arrangements., ETCITTY — Funeral sendee the PubUc Health Service for Hany Etcitty, 49, Nageezi, Hospital In SWprock. He was ..will be-at 10 a.m. Saturday at preceded ta death by Ws wife, the Brethren ta Christ Mission . Lucy Etcitty,' On Nov. 17, of Blanco with Brother Andrew Begaye officiating. Burial wfll 1980. Survivors include four be in the Brettiren in Christ daughters, Sheila Jim of WaMission Cemetery ..Etcitty died terflow and Rose.Mary JohnMonday as the result of an son, Victoria Etcitty and accident at Lybrook. Survivors ; Darlene Baldwin of SWprock; include his wife, Mrs. Florence ('seven sons, /Tony AUen of ! Etcitty of the family horbe; , Barstow, Calif., and Luther three sons, Norman, Calvin ' Etcitty, Everett Etcitty, Roy and; George Etcitty, all of Etcitty, Eddie Etcitty, JimKimbeto; two daughters, my Tony and Leonard Joha Camie and Carma Etcitty, son of SWprock; a sister Ada both of Kimbeto; his former Johnson af SWprock; three wife,'EUen Etcitty of Bisti; . nephews; and a mece. There ttiree daughters, Irene.Begay are -35 grandchildren and two and. Darlene Bia, both: of great-grandchildren. Farinlngtoa, and Marlene E. PaUbearers wfll be Jimmy citty of Bisti; his mother, Lucy Tony, Roy Etcitty, Norman Etcitty of Kimbeto; and a Baldwin and HairispB Jim sister,: Mary Jane Harris ;of 1 Jr. Honorary paUbearers wfll . Farintagtori. There .are three be Thomas Johnson, Herbert grandchildren. Pallbearers Johnson,; David Johnson, wiU be Norbert ..Yazzie, TomLeonard Johnson, Eddie Etmy Begay, Nelson Bia, Stanley citty, Jimmy Tony/Jr.,;• HarEdway,. 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FOSTER—Funeral service for Richard Foster, 41, of SWprock, wfll-be at 2 p.m. Thursday at jthe Shiprock Christian Reformed Church with the Rev. Abe Koolhaas officiattag. Interment wfll be in SWprock Community Cemetery. PaUbearers wfll be Stewart Foster, William Foster, Darnel Reuben, Joe C. AUen, Rudy Begay and WilliamSetters. Foster died Feb/18 at SWprock- of exposure/He is survived by four brothers, Stewart Foster, Crownpoint; Joe C, AUen, Fruitland; John/ Foster, Califomia and Vemon/. Foster, Tohatchi; and four sisters; Bernice Owens, Durango; Janice Tso, Teec-^ nospos, Ariz.; Anita Foster, California, and Bernita Fred; Tohatchi. Cope Memorial • • Chapel istacharge of ananga ments.

c c c FRANK — Funeral se:rvice Frank, Lany Frank, Hoskie 1 | for Kee James Frank, 41, : Frank and Dokee Frank. Fu; Sanostee, who died Tuesday ta neral anangements are under [ i an auto accident ta Sanostee, the direction of Cope Memorial ! wfll be at 10 ajn. Monday at .Chapel. Christian Reformed Church; SWprock, with the Rev. Frank Curley officiating. Burial wfll be in Shiprock Community Cemetery.' Frank was emFRANK. — Funeral sei/vlce ployed by the Navajo Tribe as ] for 18-month-pld Rozina CalanI a .arpenter ta new construcdra Frank, daughter of Ernesttion. Survivors include his and Rosie Frank of SWprock, [ wife, Helen Frank;; six sons, was held at 10; a_m, today at Hanison K., Larry, Tony K., jthe Shiprock Christiani ReGary, and Harold Frank and formed Church with the Rev... John Paul Smith of Sanostee; Sampson Yazzie officiating.. two daughters, Cora Ann and Buriali Was 1 n ; Memory'X Julia Ann Frank;; of Sanostee; Gardens, The baby died Saturhis father, John Frank of day at the Public Health Sanostee; three brothers, iSendce Hospital in, SWprock. Dokee Frank of Mexican Wailia: addition to her parents, ter, Arizi, Skeet Frank of survivors include a sister, Farmington and Hoskie Frank Rosita Cassandra ofthe family of Sanostee; five/sisters, home ; [ h e r m a t e r n a l : Dorothy . Sam of Sanostee, grandmother, Mrs. Mary, Ruby James of Kirtland, F r a z i er; p ate rna 1 Bessie John of Sanostee, JuUa grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Frank Sr., all of'. Lee of Beclabito and Rita SWprock;; great-grandparents I Frank of:Sanostee;/three,unSam and Katherine Harvey, cles, Willie Yazzie, Jimmie Frank and NelUe Nacheebeta Yazzie and CharUe Woodie of and Hosteen Setah Begay, all; Sanostee; and one aunt, Mary of Red V a l l e y , A r i z , H. Begay of Littlewater. PaUbearers wiU be Raymond Pallbearers will;be Skeet Frazer, Thomas Frank, Wilson Frank, Harrison Frank, Tony Frazer and Clifford.Frank Jr. I| Funeral anangements are under . the direction of jCope. Memorial Chapel,
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FORD — Graveside sendee for Samuel Ford, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Ford of Wheatridge, Colo., was held today at .10 ajn. today fa Babyland of Memory Gardens with Missionary Harriet Janssen officiating. In addition to. the, parents, the boy is survived by a brother, Wade Ford of Wheatridge; two halfbrothers, Luther Ford and DaneU Ford, both of Arvada, Cola; a half-sister; Cynthia Ford of Arvada; paternal; grandmother, Ruth Ford of Fruitland, and patemal greatgrandmother, Mary Dischllll Ford of Aztec. Funeral arrangements were under diree-, tion of Cope Memorial Chapel. %

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FRANK — Mary Lou Frank, 40, Shiprock, died Friday at BeraaUllo County Medical Center iri Albuquerque. Funer-r ! '__ service Wfll be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Christian - Refonned Church- -ini Shiprbck with the Rev. Leon Friend officiating. Burial;will be in Greenlawn Cemetery.; She was employed at the VS. , PubUc Health Service Hospital, in- Shiprock as a food _ service worker. Survivors • include: a son, DaneU Frank of Ignacio,: Colo.; three daughters, Bemice; Thompson of I Montezuma . Creek,' Utah, Marlene; Frank, // Ignacio, Colp^rand4 Matilda Frank of . (he tariifly home; four sisters, , Etta John, AbbfefNelsoa and _ Maria, P___d._j3^f|iauprpck, . and Ann Edwards, Bloomfield; her parents/ Lula and Jim Atcitty, Shiprock;'• and her fiance, Roy:. Begay/ of '" Shiprock, -' and;: tv?o grand/ children. [AcUve pallbearers: ';. wfll bp: Jonas-John,Franklin; John, Jimmie Nelson Jr;, Roy Wallace Nelson, Alvin Paul and Hairy;Thoiripson. Funeral , arrangements are under the directiori of Cope ! Memorial ChapeL . 7 A c i — % 0

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FRANCISCO — Jimmy Francisco, 52, Fort Defiance, Ariz., died Sunday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital ta Fort Defiance. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Friday at the LDS Chapel, St. Michaels, Ariz. Burial wfll be [ ta the family cemetery at Fort S Defiance. He is survived by his [wife, Mrs. JuUe Francisco of j the family home; three I daughters, Jacqueline and | JarieUe Francisco,, both of the [family home/and Shannon Francisco of Farmtagtori; six [ sons, Jeffrey Francisco of the family home, Elmer Francisco of Cedar City, Utah, Eugene ; Francisco, Frank Francisco' r and Marvin Francisco, aU of 1 FortDefiarice, and ErselFrancisco of Farmington; and two i sisters,. Anna Mae Begay of Window; Rock, [Ariz;, and' [Eleanor Becenti of; Fort DeI fianca There are eight grandchUdren. PaUbearers wfll be !" Ray Becenti, Herbert Fran" / cisco, Dean Hickman, Leo C 'Arnold, Sanford Toglena and :; Houston [Martin. Honorary pallbear ers will [be Elmer Francisco,Frank Francisco, | Paul Fraricisco, Eugene Fran'/cisco and Marvin Francisco. ' Funeral anangements are Wilder .the direction of Cope I Memorial Chapel.:

/ FRANCISCO --.Funeral sendee for Martin Francisco, 73,,vTohatchi, :wfli: be at. 10 ;: ajri. Friday at the NascWtti ^ CathoUc Church with burial /ta the NascWtti Cemefery. He/ died Monday at, the SWprock PubUc Health Service Hospl/ tal; / Survivors /include; Ws wife, Mrs. OUve M. Francis; co of the famUy home; three sons, Nelson M. Francisco, 1 Henry ,;M.. Francisco ^nd Herman M.Francisco, aU of the family home;/six daughi ters, LflUe E. Francisco, Eva L. Nabahe, Anna T. Bitsie, Lorena V. Carl, JuaWte M. Wiflle and Ruby A. Johnson, also aU of the family home. There are 43 grandcWldren and 29 great-grandchildren. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope ; Memorial Chapel.

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FOREL/— Mrs. Maiy Ford, 103, Burnham, died Tuesday at the - Four Corners Good Samaritan Care Center, where she had been the 12th resident registered. Funeral service wfll beat 10 ajn. Saturday at San Juan Episcopal Mission with the:Re_ William Bagby officiating. Burial: wfll be in the Episcopal Mission Cema tery/ Mrs. Ford' is survived by two .laughers; EUzabeth Buck of Burnham and Mary John of Upper' Fruitland; and a sister, Fariny Francisco of SWprock. There are 51 grandchildren, 164 great-grandchildren and 64 great-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Henry Smith, Wilson John Bedoni,, Herbert Buck,; Nelson John Bedoni, Shonie Jacquez and Wilford Back. Funeral arrangements are under/the direction: of Cope Memorial Chapel... -/'/:

FRANCIS — Mrs. Rita ' [ Kieyoomia Francis, 26, Albu. querque, died Saturday in the [La Maderia area east of Albuquerque as the result of : a riding accident. Funeral ' service wfll be at 10 ajn. Wednesday at the NascWtti Reform Church and burial wfll be ta the NascWtti Cema tery. Mrs. Francis was a data transcriber with [the Social j Security Operation Office ta Albuquerque. She was a 1Q77 graduate of Northern Arizona : UWverslty ta Flagstaff with a bachelor of science degree R arid was a graduate of Fort I Wingate High School. She is , survived by her husband, 1 Walter of the family.home; I h e r f a t h e r , [ J o e L. i, Kieyoomia Sr. of SWprock; her mother/Sarah Kieyoomia of NascWtti; four brothers,? • _Emest L. and GWistopersT.-f. .'Kieyoomia ofr Albuquerqiw' * and Albert Bicentl 'of. Alba,' querque; and three- sisters;; • Virginia Charley of SWprock, '• Genevieve .Thompson of Tohatchi and Betty M. Kieyoomia of Albuquerque. The Gallup Cope Memorial •[jiapel was ta charge of arangements.

FRAZIER — Funeral service for Norman Frazier Sr., 55, Redlands, Calif., wfll be at 10. ajn.: Saturday at Brewer : Funeral Home Chapel with Pastor .Robert; G.. Hardgrave : Ptfldattog. Frazier dled.Suni:day ta,Cortez, Colo. Burial ; wiU be in Greenlawn Ceme-, , tery.;Graveside/sendees,wfll I be conducted by: SWprock [VFW; Post 9517 and Farm-/ ington Post 2182. Frazier was [retired;fromthe miUtary and j was.a/veteran of World War I H and the Korean War. Sur-' | vivors include his%wife, MaybeUe Frazier; two daughters, ; Debbie J. Evans, Westwood, Calif., and Sheri Frazier of the famUy home; two sons, Norman Frazier Jr. and Maik Frazier, both of the famfly . home; his mother, Jamee Harvey;- a brother, John BenaUy, Kirtland; and six sisters, Bessie Zohme, SWprock, Sarah Yazzie, SWprock, NelUe VanWlnkle, Fort Defiance, Ariz.;" Roslyn BenaUy, Red VaUey, FanWe Begay; Grants, and Diana Mike, Sanostee. There Is one grandchild, Matthew Evans, ..Westwood Calif. Honorary ' paUbearers will be Norman . Frazier Jr., Mark Frazier, Johnny BenaUy Sr., Johnny BenaUy Jr., Barry Eagle, Oliver Reeves, Randy Begay and Elmer Reeves. Active paUbearers wfll be BUI El. llott, Allen Evans, Leo Reeves, Nelson Reeves, Arnold Eagle and Lee Evans. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home. A y ,

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-[FOSTER— Funeral service for Delbert Dean Foster, 16, of Waterflow, who was kflled ta ari;auto accident Sunday, wfll be held,at 10 a.m. Friday at the Shiprock Civic Center with the,Rev. Allan C. NeskaW Jr. conducting, assisted by Taft .Blackhorse Sr. Burial .'will be in the family cemetery at Hogback. PaUbearers wfll be Herman KeUywood, J.B. Largo Jr., Bobby Begay, Ronnie Bennett, Harold Tso and Aaron NeskaW. Foster was bom May 17, I960, and had attended . SWprock High School. He was a jockey and race horse trainer; He is survived by his parents, Sam and Fem Foster of Waterflow; six sisters, Norma Jane, PricUla, Conina F., Darlene and Juanita, aU from Waterflow, and Betty " Jane Foster, of Lincoln, Neb.; two brothers,- Gilbert D. Foster, SWprock, and Philbert : Foster, Waterflow. Also surviving are. his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richmond P. • Hobson and Hannah Foster, aU of Waterflow. Lee & Oviatt Mortuary is In charge of anangements.

FREDY — John Fredy, 51, Fruitland; a brother, Roy F. of Upper Fruitland, died Begay, Upper Fruitland; Wednesday at San Juan Ra ttiree aunts, Mary Dobey gional Medical Center. He GaUegbs Canyon, and Emma was bom May 10,1931, in Up- WWtey arid Louise Francisco, per -Frmtland. Funeral ser- "Colorado Springs, Colo.; two vice wfll be at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Brewer Funeral uncles,- Tom Harwood and Home Chapel, with the Revs. Billy Francisco; cousins, Dayton Blackwater, Harriet Ruth Ford, Mae Raymond Jensen and John BiU officiat- and Marie Barber of Upper ing. Burial wfll be ta the fam- Fruitland; and numerous ily cemetery in Upper n i e c e s and n e p h e w s . Fniitland. Prior to an illness, PaUbearers will be Harrison Fredy. had been a driUer at Benallie, Harold Benallie, , the Navajo Mines. Survivors Earl/R./WWtey, Roger L. include his wife, Jane, Benny, Stewart Sandoval and and ttiree sons, James, Jonah Dan •Benallie. Honorary and Jefferson Fredy, aU at paUbearers wfll be -Andrew home; Ws father, Francisco Hoskie and Davis Harwood. Begay, Upper Frmtland; two Funeral anangements are sisters, Alice BenaUy and under the direction of Brewer Mary Ann Miller/Upper Funeral Home. ;

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FOSTER — Funeral service ' for Franklin. Theodore Foster Sr.^36,[Waterflow, wfll be af.2,; pjn. Saturday at the Church of ' Jesus', Christ of; Latter-day/ .Saints Chajrel fa Shiprock with • : Bishop Jeny Thomas official-' tag. Burial Will' be fa the SWprock Cemetery. He died Wednesday at SWprock. Survivors include Ws wife, Mrs. Dorothy Foster; two sons, Franklin Foster. Jr. and Armando F o s t e r ; two daughters, Daryl Jean Foster and Pariieia Dee Foster, all of . the family home;/four sisters, Evelyn M. John of Hogback, Frances "R. P e s h l a k a i , Winifred, [C. Cambridge and Beverly J. Joe, all of SWprock; and two brothers, Patrick Foster and William Foster;, both of SWprock. [PaUbearers wiU be WiUiam Foster, Curtis; Peshlakai, Harold Peshlakai, Patrick Foster, WUbur Begay and Jerry Frank William Jr. Funeral anangements are un/der direction of Cope Memorial

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GORDO - Fi ral service is scheduled at -lOaJn/Satiir' day at the Escrito LDS church GARFIELD — Funeral ser• for Fannie Gordo, ,76, of vice for Jimmy R. Garfield, 36, Nageezi, who died Thuesday in SWprock, will be at 10 ajn. [ GaUup of natural causes,'LDS : Thursday at Cope Memorial President; Al Chapman will Chapel with the Rev. Lawconduct sendees, and; burial rence ScWeiber, OFM, officiatwfll-follow in the family cema ing. Burial wfll be fa Memory tery in Escavado. Mrs. Gordo, Gardens. Garfield was the was born ta'Canyon de CheUy, • victim of an accident and died Saturday near Waterflow. He . Ariz,, on Aug. 15,1900. She was the daughter of Juariilgela was a 1965 graduate of Inter-/ Beyale and the wife of Ignacio mountain School at Brigham Gordo, who died ta 1956. £he City, Utah, worked at Fairwas a rag weaver and member child and was last employed of the IDS church, ^She-js by Navajo Agriculture Products Industry. He is survived- | • / , : [ - - : ; V , . - . . • • • - : . - r - - • • - - ; I survived: by daughters NeUie by his parents, Willie and j Dennison and EUamae Wood,, i Mabie Garfield of Minton j Dennison, Leo Densix brothers, Thomas H Rock; Toney Garfield of I sons Joe Sam Dennison, aU of I nison and and - - Oakland, Calif.; BUly Garfield i Nageezi; 32' grandchildren; ;l and four great-grandchUdren: 8 of Gallup; Nelson Garfield, Evan Garfield and James Gar- j There are ttiree sisters, Mary field, aU of Red Rock;, a... j Benally,- Mary Beyale and stepsister, Eva Hanagame pt I Clara Valdez, and/brothers 5 Fruitland; and six sisters, 'Clyde Beyale,.Hausteeri Clyde Marie Sloan of Cedar Ridge, I Beyale and Dick Beyale Sr. Ariz.; felsie Begay;.of ; PaUbearers wfll- be Joe DenFruitland, and Fannie, Clara i nlsbn Sr., Leo Dennison,' Sam Dennison^ Woody Dennison, and Carolyn Garfield "and Ann Dennis B'. Dennison' and G/"; Frazier of Red-Rock. Edison Dennison. Lee' and Q_ Pallbearers will be Nelson Oviatt Mortuary is handling Garfield, Evans Garfield/Jack , . . Sloane, Harry Kelly, Bruce ' anangments. Manygoats and Richard BlackJ^AIA hat. Funeral anangements are A under direction of Cope Mema :; rial Chapel.
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GEORGE— Funeral sefvie for Navajo George, 90, of GARNANEZ — Funeral ser/SWprock, Is scheduled at 10 vice for Jean Gamanez, 95, j a jn. Saturday at Mesa View Shiprock, will, be at 10, ajn. 1 Assembly of God Church,, with Saturday, at' the .Shiprock. i the Rev. Charles Lee officiatChristian Reformed Church ing. Burial will be in;SWprock with Boyd Gamanez' official-., | Cemetery. George died Saturtag.: Burial wfll be ta the' day at the Public Health SWprock Cemetery: She died : Sendee Hospital In SWprock/! Tuesday at the SWprock PubUc He is survived by his wife, Health Sendee Hospital. Surj Dinay Yazzie Bitsie; daughters :."' vivors include three daughters, Anna Mae Nelson; Gladys G. 1 Mary L. RusseU, Rose Bea Yaliah and Jane Washburn, aU i jamin and Lonaine Nez.aU of of SWiprock; two sons, Tony SWprock; sobs Tom George of and and James Gamanez; of J Shiprock, John C. Lewis of Shiprock; three, brothers. * Shonto, Ariz.; and Jonah Lewis Archer Atcitty, James Atcitty [of Califomia; and brother. John and Harry Ateitty;/and' two ;.G_ Lewis of SWprock. There sisters, Mamie Jim- and Lucy are 19 grandchildren and one BUly, aU of SWjprock. There: great-grandchUd. PaUbearers /are 28 grandchUdren and . 5 . will be Donald Benjamin, great-grandchildrea^.: Stanley- Benjamin, Walter PaUbearers wfll be Wilburt Sandoval, Raymas, Lee, ; McDonald Lee and Melvin Lee, ; ..Washbum, Norman Jlm&Jjl^ • Funeral anangements are un- , Johnny Washbum, Nelvfa Garnanez, Calvfa Gamanez and^ der the direction of Cope Kee Nelson. H o n o r a r y iMemorial Chapel.

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GARCIA — Funeral service for WUUe Garcia, 51, Nageezi, wfll be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the First Baptist Church of Farmington with-the/Rev, John Peter Yazzie officiattag. Burial will be in Memory Gardens. Garcia died Monday at the Cuba Health Cliiiic. He was an employee of the Umon Pacific Railroad. Survivors include Ws wife, Mrs. IsabeUe L. ! Garcia of the family home; X three sons, WUbert and Ambrose Garcia, both of Nageezi, and Calvert Garcia of Bloom-' field; seven daughters, ClairbeUe Jose of Counselor's, Eleanor Soce, Darlene, Claudia, and Zelda Gall Garcia, all of Nageezi, and Evangeline and ArabeUe Garcia of Farmington; two sisters, Eva C. Jim of Nageezi and Ltila G. Todacheene of Blanco Trading Post; and two brothers, John Paul Commanche and Teddy Largo of Lybrook. There are seven grandchUdren. Palbearers wfll be WUbert Garcia, Ainbrose Garcia, Teddy Largo, Lany Todacheene, Wallace Todacheene and Bmce Jim. . John Paul Commanche wfll be an honorary paUbearer/Funeral arrangeriierits are under the direction of Cope Memorial

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GEORGE — Funeral sendee : for WUUe George, 97, Nageezi, : wfll be at 10 a.m. Saturday at j the Escrito Church of Jesus ' Christ of Latter-day" Saints Chapel with President Leonard Lopez officiating. Burial wiU be in the LDS Cemetery at Escrito. George died Monday at San. Juan Regional Medical i Center. vSundvors" include his I wife, Mrs. Betty George of iChaco C a n y o n ; t h r e e : daughters, Helen George, Nora Padilla and Louise Padilla, aU of Nageezi; and two sons, j BiUie George of Puebla Pfatado, arid7 Herbert George, , of Albuquerque. There are 24 j grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Pallbearers wfll be BUUe George, Herbert George, Ricky SUm, Clesteno George, Lawrence Slim and Jackson Padilla. Furieral ar, rangements .are under the i direction of Cope Memorial

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GOULD — Funeral, service for Polly White Gould, 25, ! Carson, will be" at 10 a.m. j Wednesday at the San Juan AU i Saints Missi - with .he Rey. i Charles Chatham officiating! {•Burial'wfll be in the Carson Cemetery/Mrs. Gould died Thursday as the result Of. an accident near the Turquoise Bar. Survivors include her I husband; Lester Gould of |i Fruitland; a son, Clinton Key- tl onnie of Carson; six stepi sisters, Matine White, Emma 1 White and JuUe White, aU of 1 Carson, Arlen Glass, Lonetta | WWte and Abie White, all of ! Bloomfield; five stepbrothers; Kevin White, Gjenn White, : Nelson WWte, Alvin White and j Calvlri WWte, aU of BlOom-[ 1 field; her father, Alvie WWte !of Carson, and her matemal' (grandmother, Mary Wero of •Carson. Pallbearers will be iGeorge Wero, Sam Wero, Paul Taylor, Paul "Gould Sr., Glenn ,White and Jerry WWte. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Copje Memorial Chapel. $ d - p - ^ L - H$TS

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died Wednesday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital in SWprock, wfll be at 11 ajn. Saturday at Red Valley' Christian Reformed Church In Red:VaUey, with Pastor Howard Begay officiattag. Burial wfll be ta Red VaUey Cemetery. George was a medicine man and a rancher. Survivors include his wife, Hosteen Nez George; three sons, Johnny George of Benson, Ariz., Monis George of Red VaUey, and WUUam George; Shiprock; seven daughters, Marjorie Williamsjf: Barbara Benally,: / I_ena-*Nakai,: Nyla George,Grace George and Ida j Walters, aU of Red [VaUey" ; and Helen Etsitty of Lake VaUey;/ and a sister, EUa Litson, Red VaUey. There are 52 grandchildren and: 41 great-grandchildren. PaUbearers will be Hubert Walters, Samuel George,Heririan George, Jimmy Allen George, Raymond Benally and Jimmy George.. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Manuel George, Harrison BenaUy, .Robert BenaUy and Norman George. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home.- : • - / - , - ' • ,

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GEORGE -.Funeral service for Charles William George, 4, will be at 11 ajn. Saturday at the Christian Ra formed Church at SWprock, with. Pastor Howard ,Begay officiattag. He was bom Feb. 16,1977, ta SWprock. He died Wednesday. Tiie child is sur, rived by h_ parents, Herman George and Carol Etcitty; a stepbrother, Thomas Etcitty, Farmington; ; a /stepsister, Alisa Ann Etcitty, SWprock; / patemal /grandparents, WilUam and Myrtle George, , SWprock; maternal grandfather, /Roy Etcitty, SWprock; paternal great-grandparents, [EUen and Hastiin Nez Bits; ,; of Red VaUey, Ariz.; a maternal greatgrandmother,. Mary Herder, Rattlesnake;- and maternal great-great-grandmother, Helen Dawes of SWprock. PaUbearers wfll be Perry Etcitty and Leroy Etcitty. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home. ;

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GEORGE — Funeral service: for Betty George, 77; of Nageezi, will/be., at 10 ajn. Wednesday at Lybrook Mission, with burial in Lybrook Cemetery. She died Friday at Cuba. Survivors include three daughters,/ Louise Padilla, Wynona Padilla and Helen George of Nageezi; and two! A sons,. Billy and Herbert George "of Pueblo Alto/ PaUbearers will be Gilbert Padilla, i Edward Padilla, Aaron Padilla, BiUie George, Celestine George and RandaU Slim/ Arrangements are ua der the direction of Brewer Funeral Home.

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GUS —' A funeral service , was held Saturday for James Gus Sr., 62, Box 207 Carson, N.M., with Reverend CharUe Y. Brown officiating. Burial i^^Jkt^yi^t^A was fa the Carson Cemetery. '••-- GOUia. — Funeral service • Gus died Tuesday at; San" /for; Benny, Gould, 45, NewI Juan Regional Medical Cen[ comb, has/, been set for. 11 ter. He was bom May 15,1920 fa/m. Monday at Brewer Fufa Carson."Survivors include: i neral""Home Chapel with the, Ws Wife, Amiie, of the famUy i Rev. David-Tutt officiating, home; four sons/James Gus, i Bom April 16;'1937," at Bisti,/ ot Ojo AmariUo, David Gus, f he died Thursday af the PubJack Gus, and Herbert Gus, 1 Uc Health Sendee Hospital ta of Carson; three daughters, Shiprock/Burial wfll be In Marjorie Gus and Flora Gus, Memory Gardens. Survivors. . of Carson and; EUa Mae Pa : terson, of Fruitland; two include three sisters, Ellzbrothers, Sam Begay, of I abeth'Samuels, Window Burnham, and Harry Gus, of Rock, Ariz., Jennie GoWd^ Riverside; Calif; and two sia \ Fort Defiance, and Aiyue' ters,- Alice Pioche, of •WUson, Newcomb; also a Fnutland, andFamiie'feus, of ..tather. Joha B. Gould, Carson, There are six grand.GaUup. PaUbearers wfll be' chUdren.' PaUbearers -were WUbert Sairiuels, John'Gould j, Wesely Woddaups/_ Clarence Raymond Johnson, Ton? Peterson, James* Gus."/Jr., Johnson, Bobby Johnson andi DaVid Gus,. Jack/Gus, and . !, Leonard Joe: Funeral ar* Herbert Gus. Funeral arrangements are underlie rangements are under the \ direction pf Brewer Furteral direction of [Brewer Funeral Home. Homp

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vice for Tillie; Gleason,. 53, Hom_a_y riSlbear^. L e e " Fannington, wUI be at 10 Johnson B S T a.m. Saturday at Cope Mt- : Hunt, Jame^ We ileS _"•_" mona! Chapel with the Rey Bordy a ^ M e r l a t i r h ^ Burbank ,,Don Coriey officiattag. Burl- Funeral L 3 will follow in AfemoryV ^ r V ^ ^ f c o Z Gardens. Bom,May 28, 1923, Memorial Chand ** P at WWterock, she died Moa / '• day in Albuquerque. Survivors / faclude ttiree sons',' Raymond Gleason and Nor/ man Gleason of -WWterock • arid- Leo Gleason of Twin f: _akes;ifour daughters, Mary' Rose Hunt, Kirtland, Dorothy Bordy; Twin Lakes, Lorraine / Bordy of Whiterock and Thelma Gleason of GaUup; a brother, Sam K. TeUer, New-"' •comb; arid sister/Grace -Teller, WWterpck. There are 30. grandcWldren- and two /great .grandchildren-. PaUbearers are to be Ray Gleason,, Norman Gleason, Ben Wenco./Lep Gleason; Da

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'GEORGE — Fune_u service for Esther George, 78, of Klrtland.wUl be at 1 p.m. Saturday at BretWen in Christ • " Mission Chapel in Blanco, with the Rev: John Peter . Yazzie officiattag. Burial wfll . be in Mission Cemetery. She , died Sunday at San Juan Ra " gional Medical Center. Sur-

„•- UAK. IA-}—[ mineral a*.•;vlce for WiUiam Garcia, 60, /Dulce, Is to beatlOlain.-Sat! •\ tirday at the Church of Jesus IChristef Latterday Saints in Dulce,'./with/President irHoderick Velarde officiating. Borii Jtily 14; m i , in Dulce, he died there! .Wednesday. Burial wfll bei in the family cemetery iri Dulce; Garcia had been fa lhe Forestry Da; partmentpfithe Bureau of In, diaii Affairaand was a World
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The firsttraffic fataUty of the Memorial Day weekend occuned early Saturday, tavolVed the use of alcohol; and took the Ufe of Farmington resident Gary- Gleason, a a cprdirig to State PoUce r a ports. ;/'! Gleason, 21, was riding in a car wWch; left;, county road 846, became airborne, trav. eled!53 feet; and landed: on its side. The acddent, occurred at 10:46 a.m. on a rural road about, 20 miles-northeast of Farmington; reported, the State PoUce. The driver,,.T. Melvin "Penri, 27, O: Fannington, and f four other passengers were also fajured in the accident. They are Clifford Werito,: 25, Manuel Eaton, 2G, and Robert Harris, 28, aU of Fannington; and Lambert Yazzie, 23> of Mesa, Arizona. Gleason was killed when he was thrown from the veWcle and pinned underneath: State police said he died of massive head arid internal injuries. Officers said Penn. told them one of his passengers feU asleep riext to Win and slumped onto his shoulder. When Penn attempted to move; the man, he lost control and the veWcle left the roadway. - %. s.'.;';.: Penn was treated and released at San Juan Regional Medical Center as were Weritp.. and Eatoni. Lambert Yazzie.was admitted to the hospital and was in good condition late Saturday.. •••"'.

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HOLIDAY— _,...,., ,_.. sendee |;.for[ Bennie Holiday, 40,/of r Sanders, Ariz/, wfll be held at 2 j; fT.in. Tuesday at Cope Memorijv! al" Chapel, the Rev, Charles r/Lee officiattag/!Burial Will be fa Memory Gardens Cemetery/ Sanders died Wednesday at St. Joseph's/Hospital fa Albuquerque. Survivors faclude his parents,/ Mr, /and Mrs. Keith.. HoUday of Navajo Mountain, Ariz., two, sons, Gary and Edisbri H o l i d a y ; two daughters, Gloria and Bernita f.;'Holiday,; aU. of. Kayeriia, Ariz.; ' five brothers, Freddie HoUday

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HARRISON — Funeral Ser' vice for CharUe Tso Hanison,'••' 60, BloPmfleldi wfll be held Thursday at 10 ajn. at Cope Memorial Chapel with Bishop Harvey" Johnson officiating,; feiirial; will be in Memory Gardens.: Hanison was dead an arrival at San Juan R a tional Medical Center Sunday. Survivors include his/wife Louise Harrison of Bloomfield; /five/daughters, Ruth Manygoats of Toadlena,: Gloria .Harrison of Albuquerque; Amy Begay of Red Rock, and Jamee Bennie and Lydia Jim, both ot Bloomfield; four sons, Steve Harrison and Roger ,;[of Sanders, Ariz., JuUan HoU- i Harrison of Salt Lake City, /day-of Rpckpolnt, Ariz., Jpseph- | Utah, Henderson Hanison' of Holiday of Shonto, Ariz/,' Kee i Teecnospos and Wayne Haa Bahe HoUday ofNavajo Moua. rison... of Bloomfield; two tain;-Jack HoUday.of Farmbrothers, Miles- Tso Hanison ington; two sisters* Betty Jane of: Counselor's and' Kee_ Hari Redhouse of Teecnospos; and i,rl_. n of [Nageezi. There are 14 [Alison Onesalt of Vari Nuys, ' g r a n dc h 11 d r e ri. Ac l i v e : Calif; maternal grandfather, pallbearers will be Richard •'Check _Endlschee of Kayenta./ Yazzie, James Brown, Har! -Active' pallbearers will be-; rison Manygoats, Miles Tso • : 'Jack, Joseph, Freddie and Harrison, George Manygoats Julian Holiday, Robert' and Ernest'Aryiso. Funeral Redhouse and Truman Toledo.. anangements are under direcFuneral anangements are untion of Cope Memorial Chapel. der the direction otvCope : Memorial ChapeL
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Emma Lou Holyan, 49, SWprock, who died Monday at the Public Health Service Hospital in SWprock, was scheduled for 10 ajn. today at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Abe Koolhaas officiating. Burial foUowed in Memory Gardens. PaUbearers included Eddie Mike, WUbert J. Begay, Albert Begay Jr., Norman Frazier Sr. ;: and-Albert James Begay Sr. Survivors include one daughter, Angle Tsosie, Fanritagton; two sons, Harrison BenaUy Jr. and -Buddy BenaUy, both of Fniitland; three sisters, Rosa lyn BenaUy, Red Rock, Ariz., Fanme flegay; SWprock,; and Dianna Mike, Sanostee;-• and one brother, Norman! Frazier Sr, Redlands, Calif. There are two igrandchildren. Cope Ma morial Chapel waii in charge of /anangements.[

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i HARVEY — Funeral service for Etta Rose Harvey, 36, Toadlena, wfll be • at 1 pjn. Wednesday at the Christian Reformed Church at Toadlena . ' with the Rev. Gary Klumpenhour officiattag: Burial wfll be in Toadlena Cemetery/ Mrs. Harvey died at SWprock Friday.. Survivors Include her husband, Cecil' Harvey; a daughter, Regina Rose Harvey; two sons, Lorenzo Lee Harvey and Keterson Cecil : Harvey; .parents, Joe and i Rachel Smiley, all of i Toadlena; four brothers and
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'HAH_F_r — limy Joseph ;' Harvey of Lukachukai, Ariz., died Saturday as the result of • . > • an accident on the Red Rock, Ariz. Wghway. He was 25. He was a self-employed -silversmith. Survivors faclude the; wife, Nancy John Harvey and : one son, Lyle, both, of Rock ; Point, Ariz.; father, Leo , Harvey of Lukachukai; moth| er, Pauline Marie Thomas; six | brothers, Leonard Harvey, | Emest Brown, Ricky Thomas, Virgil Thomas, all of GaUup; : Anslem Harvey, Aaron Harvey; five sisters, VioletThompson, Charlotte Harvey, i Beulah H a r v e y , all of^ : Lukachukai; Alberta Brown, Loretta Thomas, both of -Gallup; paternal grand. i parents, Edward B. and There-: sa Harvey of Lukachukai; and i the maternal- grandmother, i Ruby Rbsenburg of Jones I Ranch, N.M. Funeral arranga. ments are pending through Cope Memorial Chapel.
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. HATATHLI—Memor 1 a 1 services for Dr,,-.'Ned'/ A. HatathU, president of Navajo Community College, will be held at 9 a.m. Thursday at the Many Farms, Ariz.,. High School Auditorium, foUowed by furieral services at 2:30 p.m., in the Tuba -City Commumty Center: The Rev. Lawrence Harper and, the Rev. Scott Franklin wfll'officiate. Burial wiU be in Coal Mine Mesa, Ariz., cemetery: Graveside services, wfll be conducted by I the Veterans of Foreign Wars. Dr. HatathU was kiUed when • a gun reportedly accidentaUy went off Monday as he was cleaning it. / - / , : , .' : Survivors include the wife, ; Florence; a son, Edison; three daughters, Mrs. Gloria flegay, Mrs: Jamee HflUs, Glenna- Bah HatathU, all: of Many Farms; mother, Rena. WUUe of /"Tuba City; fiye: brothers, Tsosie • Adison, - Dari .HatathU, Jacob i HatathU,/ Jack HatatWi, aU of Tiiba City; James HatathU of : Kiabeto,: Ariz.; eight sisters, , Mrs..; Agnes. Nez,,:Mrs, Ruth Tso, Mrs. Ruby Henderson, Mra/I_Uian; Lujan, Mrs. Jean Paddak, Mrs/Helen Nez, aU of Tuba City; Marilyn HatatWi of Sad Diego, Calif!, and Mrs. Sadie Kanuho of Sand Spring, Ariz/ T h e r e a r e f a u r •graridcWldreri. ... •; / Pallbearers will be Dillon Platero, Francis Becenti, Joe Provost, Art Smiley,; Gordon Dempsey, /Bill Speicher, Reuben Cliaw, David Chissie, ; Jimriiy Lujari.i Herman Nonls, Robert Begay and Billy Yazzie. : Honorary paUbearers wfll be Navajo Tribal Chainnan Peter MacDonald, Wilson Skeet, Carl Todacheenie,.Larry Cooper, [Roger Davis, Heriry Gate wood, I Thomas Atcitty, Harold Drake, ; Mack Begay, Dr. George Bock, : Tillman Hadley, Howard ' iGorman, Chester YeUbwhair, Annie Wauneka and Samuel ; Billison. Cope Memorial •. Chapel is fa charge of arranga" ments.
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: HAWTHORNE-Funeral serA HUBBARD— Funeral ser[ vice for James H. Hawthorne, vice.for George Hubbard, 94, 61; of Sanostee, who died Feb, ' t of Nazlfai, Ariz., wfll be held 3 at the U.S. PubUc Health 1 Friday at 2 p.m. at Ganado { Sendee Hospital in Shiprock, Presbyterian Church With"the' wfll be held at 10 a.m. Wednes- }: Rev. Scott Redhouse official : day at the SWprock Christian i fag. Hubbard, a former Navajo Reformed Church with the Tribal councilman, died Mon/ Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiat- ;' day at Rehoboth Hospital. ing. Burial wfll be fa SWprock Pallbearers will be Johnny Cemeteiy. PaUbearers wfll be VanWinkle, David Kirk, Larry Smiley, Irvin Smiley, Chester Hubbard Sr., Sammie BUly Smiley Jr., Darnel Smiley Silvers, Arthur Hubbard J r / : - and Lawrence Hawthorne and and Chester Hubbard- Jr. Harold Hawthorne. He is surBurial is to be fa the Ganado vived by two sons, Harold Cemetery. He is survived by . Hawthorne, Idaho FaUs, Idaho, ... four daughters: Lomse H. and Lawrence Hawthorne, Shirley, Darlene VanWinkle Phoenix, Ariz., and five and Julia JuUan of Nazlfai, daughters; Mae Hawthorne, and Elouise Lee of Wide Ruins, Sanostee; Lena Lucero, SWpAriz.; and ttiree sons: Lotas A. rock; Peggy Thomas and JuUa Hubbard, Earl S. Hubbard and Hawthorne, Owyhee, Nev., and Tommy Hubbard of Nazlfai. Mary Hubbard, Gallup. Also Hubbard was a Navajo Tribal surviving are two sisters, Fem councilman from Nazlfai from Yazzie and Edith SmUey of 1942-54, and was Nazlini Sanostee. Cope Memorial % Chapter president and vice Chapel is ta charge of arranga president for 18 years. He served linder former Tribal Chairmen Chee Dodge and v Sam Ankeah, and was an, • member of the ad_sory.committee on law and. order. Hubbard also served as president arid member of the Chinle Agency School Board, and was HARVEY—Jafties Harvey Nazlini School Board president 1 Jr., 28, of Lukachukai, Ariz., and member since 1954/ He died Tuesday following an ; attended school in Phoenix and " acddent. SurvivorsfacludeWs ; was an interpreter for the wife, Lena Benally Harvey; Navajo Mission ta Ganado. In / two sons, Jay JuUus and JuUan addition he was a medicine : Harvey of SWprock; Ws pa-. ' man and a member of Foster ' rents, Mr. and Mrs./James Grandparents. Funeral arHarvey Sr. of Lukachukai; rangements are under the four brothers, Martin Harvey ' direction of Cope Memorial : Sr. of Lupton; Ariz.; and Bamey, Leonard and Nelson . Harvey of Lukachukai; four• sisters, Jessie Hammitt of .HOSKIE— Funeral service '-• Gallup, Emma Billie of for Tommie SmUey Hoskie, 38, Phoenix, and Mary J a n e i of Rock Point, Ariz., wfll be ; Wheeler and Angela Harvey of held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at Lukachukai; and his paternal . Cope Memorial Chapel with • , grandmother, Emma Leonard, : burial to foUow at Memory i /;;of Lukachukai. Funeral.arGardens Cemetery. Hoskie ' 'rangments are under the direc- : died Saturday at Bernalillo tion of Cope Memorial Chapel.. ... County Medical Center in / • . -,./£__. ; Albuquerque. He , is survived : by Ws wife, Irene Hoskie of [Rock Point;. Ws stepfather and mother, Randolph and Mary ' SmUey Begay of Rock. Point ;i : one son, Thomas Hoskie .anyone daughter, Mary June Hoskie; both of Glendale, CaUf. , Also surviving are three !• brothers: Ricky, Joriah and ; Randolph Begay Jr., alt of • Sejpulveda;; Calif.: and seven ' ' ; sisters: Virginia Hatch of ; Fhutlarid, LUUan Young arid. Gloiia Roanhorse of Kayenta, . Patricia, Matilda; Rosemary and Victoria Begay of Rock Point. iF<.FM Dew A ' M ^ :

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i /aipAYES — Funeral services for John Hayes, 77, SWprock, ; who died Tuesday at his home, ' will be held at 10 a.m. Friday I at Cope Memorial Chapel with [ the Rev, Allen Neskahi Jr. 1 officiating/ Burial wfll be in Memory[ Gardens cemetery. . Hayes, who retired as a 1 caretaker from Mesa Verde i .National-. Park in Colorado, | twas preceded in death by iwo sons, Thomas Hayes ta 1968 and Raymond Hayes ta 1973. , .urvivors,;include his wife,. j -AUce Yazzie Hayes of the '•jfamfly home; tWee sons, Cato ; Hayes, Mesa Verde; Robert I aiid WaUace Hayes, both of f_hlj)rock;;: three daughters, I rAlice Begay, Mary Dixon and i Rose Ben;, all of SWprock, and : sOrte brother, Dan .Hayes,.'Ship,i»ck, as weU; as 28 grand- . i chUdren and three great- g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Active i-tpaUbearerswiU be Cato and. sSobert Hayes,; David Curley, ••• James Frank, David Shorthair ' ijand-George Dixon. Funeral -.anangements are under the , tiirectlon of Cope Memorial •'"•'

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HATATHLEY --' Funeral iervice for Timothy Joe Hatithley, 20, Waterflow, wfll be, it 10:30 a.m. Thursday at, 'hrist .the King Catholic -lurch of SWprock with the ilev. Lawrence Schreiber, .FM; officiattag. Bur(al wfll ie in fa the SWprock Cema ery. He /died June ,28 at Jhuska Lake. He was a student/He is survived by his' mother,, Mrs. LUly Hatathley O Red Valley, Ariz.; four f ibrothers; Herbert Joe Hatathley and Henry Joe HatiatWey of SWprock, Jimmy Joe Hatathley of Fruitland'and /Richard Lee HatatWey of Red . [Valley; and three sisters,/ I SteUa Showalter, Elsie Martin and Mai-y.Joe Wallace of Shiprock. PaUbearers wfll be iJoe L.! Tsosie, Franklin : T h om pso n , H e n r y Kirilicheenie, Walter Mariano, ! Earl Sherman- and: Simpsori i Davis. Funeral anangements ! are under the direction, of Cope l' Memorial Chapel.-. _ 7 ^ i

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•fflCXMAN—.' I__er_.'slk I vice Tor Fanme Hickman, 71, i Lukachukai, Ariz., wfll be held j at/10 ajn, Saturday atthe St. ' Isabel Mission at Lukadiukai, ; with the Rev. Marcan Hettlsberg officiating. Burial wfll be-in. the;St./Isabel.MissionCemetery. Mrs! Hidonan died Monday at the PubUc Health Sendee Hospital fa Fort JDe-i••> fiance, Ariz. She Is survived by ;-• two sons, DaWel and, Robert Hickman; [five daughters, Mary /Joe, Helen Nez, Mary Smith, Marie and Sadie Begay; two brothers, BUly arid Howard Davis;! and two sisters, Claira Morse; arid'Lbuise Fayor,[ all of Lukachukai. . Pallbearers will be Robert Hickman, Daniel • Hickman, Nick'flegay, Jacob Joe/and David,Joe. Funeral ananga ments are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

SHIPROCK—Funeral ser- ' ^ _ vice was hdd today, for 4-year- aered away with other children old' Delphine HOskie, who fa the direction of the ditch.' drowned Friday In'the Main The girl's body was found by , < Irrigation Canal about three; an irrigation canal patrolman miles north of SWprock. about three, hours, after she A The child is survived-by her was discovered missing. parents, Mr, and! Mrs. Hany A poUce spokesman said the H. Hoskie,. of the Shiprock child probably was playing /area- /•'- •-'•- H y •/-••./ near the ditch and feU in. The .According to SWprock tribal diteh islocated about a',% inUe police;,the youngster, was west of me Hoskie home.. • . > being watched by-a grand- /• Funeral'service was held at mother' when/the child Wan- Christ tlie~Klng [.Catholic i| Church in SWprock/
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. HAYCOCK -M-faera! ser- Holiday of .Oljato. Active. vice for Rodney Haycock, 25; pallbearers/wlU be Todd and of Monument Valley, Utah, Edwood Haycock, George Jr. will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday arid Johnson Holiday, Tom i' in the Seventh [Day Adventist Madson ;and Steven: NaVaho.. -Church in Monument: VaUey, Funeral arrangements/are unPastor Tom Holiday and der the direction of Cope I Pastor Bud Joe Haycock of- Memorial Chapel. fi- H-fating; Burial will be in " " "" "" -•««a8_B.. .. Monument VaUey. Comriiumty i' Cemetery. Haycock was dead 18A—Thursday, S«pt. 22, 1977 on anival at: Srin Juari Ra : gional Medical Center Wedriesi day, ' t h e v i c t i m . of.; a pedestrian-auto accident;,on i: UiS: 550- west! of Farmington. /•' HAYES — The f funeral of He was-a 1973 veteran of the Tom Hayes, 78, Teecnospos, Vietnam War. Survivors in- [ •Ariz.,-, was held at 10 ajn, \ elude his wife, Julia. Ann [today at the Christian ReHaycock of Navajo Mountain, formed Church iri Shiprock .Utah;;,parents,/Bud and: " With burial foUowing fa ;SWp: Margie. Haycock of Oljato, rock Cemetery. Hayes, a-ra,, Utah; two brothers, Todd Key tired laborer for the Union ; Haycock of Lawrence, Kansas, Pacific Railroad, died Friday and . Edward HaycockI of:, 01--'at the , PubUc Health Senjice , jato, Utah; eight sisters, Lori Hospital in Shiprpck. He is ! raine Haycock of Oljato, survived by his wife, Bessie i Alfreda Menard/ of Chani-' Hayes; two soi_,/JIhbmpson ' berlafa, S.D., Alberda HaycOck : Hayes- and Emerson Hayes, , and Fhylis Goodirian of Salt all of Teecnospos; three ' lake City/ Utah/Edith Marie .daughters, Nancy.Hayes, Teec-. nospos; Dorothy Hayes,'Fort Haycock of Portland, Oriegon, [Stanton; - and Mary Man-; I'Susie and Perlfada Haycock of ycattle,- Shiprock;/ and two. 'Michigan, Vervia- Dana Hay' sisters, Hettie Tom, SWprock, [ code of Portland," Oregon; arid' Marylfae Nelson,' Aneth, paternal grandmother, Lucy Utah. Two grandsons also sur- / Sloan of Oljato; maternal vive. Pallbearers included; 'grandparents, Dave and'Betty Robert Tabahah, Thompson .Hayes, Elder Dave Pettey, : Eldier Craig Mull; and Paul" Tpdacheeney/Cope' Memorial,; ChapeL was in charge of arrangements.

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; HOSKIE - Full military [funeral service for Jimmie Hoskie,'21, of Little Water, wfll : be held at 1 pjn, Monday at ; Lee and Oviatt Mortuary with /David_.Skiles of Dunkard /Brethren Church; To'rreon JNavajo Mission, 'officiating.: /Burial[wfll be at [Greenlawn . Cemetery with service conducted by[the Ft/BUss/Army Honor Guard. Hoskie died last Sunday in an auto accident fa : Geranany. He was bom March /8, 1956, in SWprock to Roy H; : and Edith Hoskie. He.is sur\ vived by his wife,' Lonaine rHoskle; one son, Bryan /Hoskie; one daughter,/Lisa tMarie Hoskie; his parerits; two i brothers, Thomas Hoskie and iGarcia Hoskie; and six sisters, -darica Belone, Clara; Neilson, Joanri Chavez/ Barbara.' iHpskie, Ruby Hoskie and Lucy Hoskie.: X

HARVEY — Funeral service ; is pending lor Etta Rose Harvey,' 36, of Toadlena, Who ; was dead on arrival at SWp! rock Public Health Service , Hospital Friday. Survivors in- elude her husband, Cecil Harvey of Toadlena; a daugh„ ter, Regina Rose Harvey; two\ • sons, Lorenzo Lee Harvey and . Keterson CecU Harvey; aU of i i Toadlena; parents, Joe and Rachel Smiley of Shiprock; four brothers, Larry SmUey of Shiprock, and James J. Smiley, Elmer J. Smiley, Peter J. Smiley, all of Toadlena; and nine sisters, , Rosey June Smiley of SWprock; Tony J. Smiley of Rock Point, Ariz.,-Louise Ella SmUey of Teecnospos, Ariz., . Elsie Ar,. Smiley of-Aneth, Utah, Delia Mae Smiley, Mona / Mae Smiley, both of SWprock, - and Vera Ann Smiley, Bessie Mae Smiley and Daisy Mae SmUey; aU of Toadlena. Funeral anarigements are under the direction of Cope Memorial - h a p d . / ^ / ^ ;

HOT — Funeral service for Chee Hot, 52, Sweetwater, wfll be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the SWprock Funeral Home. Burial wiU be ta the Shlprock Cemetery. Hot died Sunday at the Public Health Service Hospital in Shiprock. Survivors faclude five brothers, Burton Hot, Woody Hot, Joe Hot, Dan Hot and John Hot; and two sisters, Irene Taylor and Lucy Hot, all of Sweetwater. PaUbearers wfll be Jimmy Joe Hot, Clarence Hot, Johnson Taylor, John Joe Hot, John Hot and Ronald Malone. Funeral anangements are under the direction of the Shiprock FurieralHorae. i & ' j A -

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• HOSTEEN -a Jta? A. Hosteen Sr., 58, Frmtland, died. Tuesday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital in SWprock. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Sampson-Yazzie officiating. Burial wfll be in the veterans' section of the SWprock Cema tery with graveside service conducted by the SingerMorgan Veterans ot Foreign Wars Post No. 9517. Hosteen ' was employed as a laborer by Local Uraon No. 16. Survivors faclude his wife, Mrs. Anme Hosteen of the famUy home; four' sons, Raymond Hosteen, Herbert Hosteen, Jim Hosteen Jr. and Larry Hosteen; a , daughter, Linda Hosteen, and, , a stepson, Thomas Easton, aU of Fruitland; two stepdaughters, Virgima Eaton of I Fruitland and Vergie Enoah of GaUup; a brother, Ray Hosi teen of Sweetwater, Ariz.;,and an uncle, Peterson Hider of Shiprock. There,are five ; grandchildren. Pallbearers . will be Raymond Hosteen, Herbert Hosteen, Jim Hosteen /,' Jr!, Petersen Hider,/Hanison i Hider and Larry TuUy. Hon} orary paUbearers wfll be Tom • Eaton and Larry Hosteen. I Funeral anangements are un;• der the direction of Cope F Memorial Chapel. . .

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HORSE - Matthew Kee Horse, the ninayear-oldjson of . Tom and Marian Horse of Sanostee, died Sunday at the PubUc Health Seryjce Hospital iri SWprock,-foUowing an ex; tended illness. Funeral service wfll be at 2 pjn. Wedriesday ^t ,Cppe Memorial; Chapel with the Rev. Scott Redhouse- officiating. Burial/will be-in Memory Gardens cemetery. Pallbearers wfll be Lee Begay, Jimriiy Redhouse,. Ed war d Horse arid Timothy, Benally- A student atiSanostee'••!Boardfag School, Matthew is survive_'by. his parents,; sisters Sandra;: Sandia, _ Arlenta; and;, Yolartda ; -Mae Kee Horse, aU of Sanostee, paternal grandfather Jimmy Horse ;pf Sweetwater;! /Ariz.,-and maternal grand-! father John Kee Bia of, San-/ dstee/. Funeral arrangements/ are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. X A

HOGUE — Funeral service for Londa Jane Hogue, 12-hour old infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hogue of Farmington, wfll be at 11 a.m. Saturday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Jack Drake and the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burial wfll be; _n Memory Gardens. The baby died at San Juan Ra gional Medical Center Monday. Survivors, ta addition to the parents, include two sisters, Bemta and Lynda Hogue, both of Farmington; the matemal ; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. | Charley BenaUy of Beclabito, ! and the patemal grandparents, ; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hogue of j F a r m i n g t o n . Honorary i pallbearers -will be Danny Hogue, Tom Hogue, Raymond Benally and Tobe Benally. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. t&"f<A :L-7lsj-u- ' ' ' o

HARRISON — Funeral ser; vice for Sadie Harrison, 58, 201 E. Main, wfll be at 10 ajn. Friday at Cope Memorial Chapd with the Rey. Henry Bird officiating. Burial wfll be in Memory Gardens. /Mrs.. Harrison died Monday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. Survivors indude ber husband, Woody Harrison; five sons, Ben, Bobby, Hany, Richard and Freddy Julius Harrison, aU of Farmington, and one brother, James Kee of Tsaya. There "are 15 grandchildren. PaUbearers wfll be Ben Harrison; Harry Hanison, Bobby Harrison, Richard Harrison, Freddy J. Harrison and _ndy Henry; Funeral anangements are vinder the direction of Cope ; -HARVE*:— Funeral service Memorial Chapel. Zq.A/eA /fnCti for Davis/Harvey,.51, Farmington,:. who died [Sunday m %ApUsTimLs. 7*f•'•jXkj. A Fa-Tnta^ton.wiBb-atlOain. HANAGARNE — Getry ' Saturday at tlie%ewer Funer: Hanagarne, 37, Shiprock, died al Home Ch.i«i:>urial'wffi Monday at the PubUc Healtlr/' foUowatmeUpperFrmtland .Sendee Hospital ir^SWprock:' cemetery. Employed b y the Fuii'et'al service wfll be at lp! railroad, Harvey ut suroyed a.m. Thursday at_the First by two sisters, Irene H^vey Methodist Church of Shiprock and Arlene Harvey,/botti of with the Rev. Paul West officiating. Burial wfll be fa j i1C t h ^ a - O - D l t h - H l e ^ e e the Shiprock Cemetery. Sur- I brothers, Jotat H a r v e y - o f ^ land Darnel Harvey of Chaco vivors include his wife, Mrs. \ pTantandRavlsYazzie^of, Eva Hanagarne of Shiprock; two sons,-Patrick Hanagarne \ Kiamam; Falls, Ore.; a n d a and Geny Eldon Hanagarne, ! son, Pert^ Rnto cABloomfie^ He was, preceded m death by both of SWprock; a daughter, Sv_fe, P Mary Harvey Active : Geraldine Hanagarne of SWp. pallbearers will be Anthony , rock;; a b r o t h e r , ! Tom ' KeUywood, L e r ^ t o ^ ^ B e n ' Hanagarne of SWprock; and ny Watchman, FrednA Clark, two sisters, Jean H. Gamenez Philip Nez'and Timothy Nez. of SWprock;and CaUle Grey of Funeral anangemente are unWindow; R o c k , A r i z . der the direction of Brewer Pallbearers will be Tom Funeral Homa /fy&£) :-. Hanagarne,.Terry Garnenez,. Alvis Gamertez;/-Poncho Gar-: nenez, Robert [E. Ahkeah and Ron ClahchischflU. Funeral arrangements are under' the I .direction \ of Shiprock Funeral

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HAD_EY'-_'Fii&eral sendee' for; Sampson Hadley, 20, Teecnospos,, Ariz., wfll be at 1 pjn/ Wednesday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev/; Paul Redhouse officiating/ Burial i.wfll be fa Memory Gardens. Hadley was- kflled Sunday in an; auto accident. He is survived by his parents, Mark and Rose Hadley of Teecnospos; two brothers, Benson Hadley artd David Hadley of Teecnospos; three sisters, Cecelia and Marie Hadley of Cortez, Colo., and Lillie Hadley of Oklahoma' City, Okla.- mater- nal g r a n d f a t h e r , E a r l • Saltwater of Teecnospos; numerous aunts and. uncles. Pallbearers:will- be Wilson Buck, Elmer Hadley, Hugh Poyer,. Harold. Saltwater, David-'Hadley arid Jimmie Dee. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

IB -£TylerH/Harris Sr"., 59, Farmington, former Navajo Tribal councilman, died Monday at the San Juan Regional Medical Center./Fit. neral service wfll be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the First Baptist Church, 121 N. Aubum, with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burial will be '[In Greenlawn Cemetery. Harris represented the Huerfano Chapter as a councilman for 26 years, 1952 to 1978. He was a veteran of World War. H and had served in the U;S. Army. He is survived ;by his wife, Mrs. Mary Jane Harris of the family home; a son,. Tyler Harris Jr.. Of Farmington; two daughters, Jeanette Edway; and Carol Jane Harris of Farmington; a stepson, Norbert Yazzie of Farmington! mother and stepfather, Pauline and Amos-John offlisti; four brothers, Ben Hands Sr. and Fred .Harris of Bisti,, Ben Hanis Jr. of" Farmington and Darnel H. Johns of Crownpoint; two sisters^Della Jullanto of Farmmgton and EUen Ettdtty/of.Bistil and a stepbrother, Bruce HeUer . of Santa Fe. There are /five grandchildren.. Pallbearers wfll be Arnold Harris, Charles Harris Jr., Donaldson Hands, Tyler H. Harris Jr., Fred H. Harris, and Dahiel-H Johns. Honorary; paJlbearers .wfli:, be foririer advisory coiriinittee members with Hariris — Joe Dorairigo, Carl Todacheene, Carl Beyale, John Nez Beyale/ I Ben Hogiie, Harold Drake, : Noah Notah "and. Anriie; . Wauneka. Funeral arrangements are under'the direction

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HARRISON — Fuiiem sea Kirfidhd Grad HftLKEfi)5.Y - Funeral ser- vice for Rudy Harrison, /29,:; vice for Nash Halkenny, 22, of iSWprock, wfll be held at/lO Dies in Accident Kayenta, Ariz., has been set ajn.Monday at the;: SWprock N; TACOMA, Wash. — A Klrtfor,;,l p.m. Monday at Cope Funeral Home Chapel wUh ]'""'• HARVEY"—.Funeral sendee |:fand:C__ral High Sdiool grad1 for Lee Reed Harvey, 34, [ Memorial Chapel, Father Ken- Pastor John L. Thompson; of uate, James' Harvey, [was . Rough Rock, Ariz., wfll be, at 1 neth Robertson O.F.M. official Kayenta, Ariz.; officiating. kiUed/fa an automobile acci11'a.m. Saturday at Gope- [ing. Burial wfll be In Memory- Burial wUl be in the SWprock dent' "Saturday in Tacoma, -Gardens Cemefery.. Halkenrifi Community Cemetery. Harr r Memorial Chapel with the Rev.. where he was ; stationed: with j died Thursday In GaUup after! rison died Thursday at .lis • Vera Ellis officiating. Burial the U;S. Armed Forces at Fort home. Survivors include two .. wfll: be in Memory Gardens, | a lengthy illness.: Survivors ;LeWis.;He Is/the son of Bena sons, Ryfan and Stewart Har-; • Harvey, died Moriday at Chfale, I •include: p a r e n t s : -Mary' 1 1 Sflversriuth of Fnilttarid and rison and; a« daughter, Regina - Ariz; He is survived by; his/ [Halkenny of Kayenta.and Thomas H. Mike of Hogback. Roam Halkenny of Round Hanison of the famUy home;1 wife, Mrs. Ann Harvey,-a;° f .Funeral: service Wfll be at 2 . Rock, Ariz.;: two brothers:?! his parents, Richard Harrison, .daughter, Leann Harvey, Ws' p.m." Thursday at the/First Dennis Halkenny and Jonnnyf- j Sr., and Lucy Pie Harrison; ! parents, John and Mary Indian Baptist-Church of Halkenny, both of Kayenta; eight brothers, Ray, Rodrick, i Harvey,/aU of Rough Rock; ' two sisters: Selena Halkenny I I Fannington with burial in the I Ronald, Richard Jr., Royice, .; three brothers, Carl'C. Harvey, • Rose; Garden at Upper and aara WiUiams, both -of7 i Raymiss- Harrison, Donald of Rock Point,-Ariz., Tom' i Frmtland. Arrangements are Kayenta; maternal grand-'Cooledge arid Robert Kee; five Harvey of Many Farms, Ariz/, [under the direction of Cope father: Laughter Grandson of I sisters, Mrs. Rosely and Joe Ray Harvey of Rough; Memorial Chapel, f \ 1 Kayenta. Funeral arrangeThompson, Mrs. Rogean ManRock; and two; sisters, Daisy ments are under the direction ueUto, Mrs. Renee Eldridge, •Chee of Rough Rock and Grace Pt Cppe Memorial Chapel! Mrs Rose Mary Smith and B e g a y ; of Rock . P o i n t . Fanme Hanison; or,., niece, -Pallbearers;; will. be Arviso Corrlna Benally. The eight HOWE — Funeral" -service;. • Harvey, Howard Harvey, Dan ; brothers w111 s e r v e as for Leonard D. Howe, 37,[of i Harvey, Ned Harvey, Gary T. pallbearers.' Honorary Fruitland, wfll be 'held/at .10Harvey and Hany K. Harvey. pallbearers will be Melvin a.m. Monday at Cope Memori-. Funeral arrangements are unal Chapel with the [Rev, ; Frazier and Lawrence NaWee. der the direction of Cope Sampson Yazzie -officiating. Funeral arrangements are ,'unMemorial Chapel. Burial wfll' foUow in Memory , der/the direction of the SWpI, • Gardens ceriietery. Howe died | rock Funeral Home at SWpWednesday, fa Frmtland. -in a rock. . traffic accident. He is survived EM Barnes Harvey ADCATA' /yty/s. by his wife,v Rose Howe; a son, Jonah Howe; twp daughters, H A R R I S OK - M / S . Cheryl arid Jennifer Howe; Margaret J. Harrison, 50, three stepsons; Phillip, Stanley Shiprock, died Sunday at the and HermariiWiUie; and three PtibUc'Health Service Hospital m mmmi stepdaughters,' Brenda, .fa Shiprock. Funeral service HARVEY - f m e % s e r ^ T - a m l l y - h o m e / u v , Yakima Charlott and Roselyn WUUe, wfll be at 2 pjn. Wedriesday at. aU of the; family homer his forE- James Harvey, 23, wfll ,Wasb.fhls mother,Rena Sfl the United Methodist Church of versmlth"'of Fruitland; parents, Chee Benally and . be at 2 pjn. Thursday at the father, Thomas H. Mike,his SWprockwith the Rev. Charles of Dorothy Howe, both of First Indian Baptis* Church of Hogback; six'sisters, Ina T. Lee.offidatfag. Burial wfll faFniillarid; two sisters,[ Lucy Farmington with the Rev/ SmallcanyPn, I r e n e ; MiKe, in the Shiprock Cemetery. She Simpson and .Louise Bradley, Kenneth Norton officiating. Roselyn/Mike,/ P a u l e n e is survived by her husband, , both Frmtland;' two uncles and Burial wfll be in the Rose Ben T. Hanison of the fairifly one aunt. Funeral arrange. Garden Cemetery of Upper Harvey, Regina: Mike, of home; three daughters, Vivian ments are under the I direction FFiralfland. Harvey died Satur- Fruitland and Edna Kanuho of Salt of Shiprock and Juamtaof Cope Memorial Chapd. A day in Tacoma as the result of Kirtland;-/three.brothers,: Blackwater. and Geneva El. a traffic accident. He was a WilUam __te,: Preston Harvey; lison, both of Farmfagtonp;two member'of the U.S. Armed and Aaron Mike, a l l of, stepdaughters; Linda Osborn Forces and was stationed at 'Fruitland; and five aunts, and of Farmington' and Mary Fort Lewis, Wash. He was a twee uncles., PaUbearers wfll /limse RusseU of SWprock;'; a 1976 graduate of Kirtland Cen- be the honor guard/ from the [brother, Russell Jacksori of tral High Sdiool and joined the • First ADATA/vOf Fort Bliss,: Oak Spr'irtg, Ariz.; two Armyfa-November1976. He is Texas. Funeral arrangerndits stepsisters, Laura Mae Yazzie survived by his vdfe, Rhonda ; are under tha directon of Cope of Oak Spring and Virginia ! Harvey, and a daughter; Buck of Shiprock; and an aunt, _ _ Valerie M. Harvey, both of the Memorial Chapel., Dorothy Shorty of Red Rock, : A r i'z , T h e r e a r e H grandchildren. Pallbearers 'wfll-be Kenneth.MUler, Bobby / . ~:: Platero, Chester Platero, ff'M:< •%&, Curtis Blackwater, Daytori Blackwater and Henry Begay. HERRERA — Hazdibah Qemete0. SumVoris [ fadude Funeral anangements are unHenera, 78, Counsdor's, died two daughters, Mary. iJ-Dea der " the direction of Cope n . u c i a , tm, M - _ ,,-_._ T_. nlson. and Kebah Pinto of • _;___ .__,., rtf Memorial Chapel. Tuesday at Counsdor's. Fu- Counsdor's;, two brothers; a neral/sendee wfll be at 10 sister; 18 grandchildren: and ai.m. S a t u r d a y at. the seven great-grandchildren. Brethren Navajo Mission fa Funeral .arrangements are Counsdor's, w_h the Rev. under the direction of. Cope Larry Wederte officiating. Memorial Chapd.. wfll'be Burial wfll. be in Mission "'--—

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-"' HARVEY1 .- Funeral sendee; •• for Davis Harvey, 51, Farm-' ington, who died Sunday in Farmington, wfll be at 10 a.m." Saturday at the Brewer Funer—;.--; al Home Chapel. Burial wfll foUow at the Upper Fraitland .cemetery. Employed by the railroad, Harvey Is survived by two sisters, Irene Harvey and Arlene Harvey; both of Dzilth-Na-O-Dlth-Hle; three brothers, John Harvey of Ku_?"land,_paWel Harvey of Chaco Fiant arid Ravis:, Yazzie of Klamath Falls, Ore.'; and a son, Percy Ptote of Bloomfield. He was preceded-fa_death by his wife,-Mary.Harvey"Active pallbearers will be Anthony KeUywood, Leroy Etcitty, Benny Watchman, Fredrick Clark, Philip .Nez.1"and; Timothy Nez! Funeral anangements are under the direction of Brewer • -Funeral Home.> An, ./tfA^

HOGK^-S-rnon AMa Hogue, 13, Fruitland, died Thursday at Tuba City, Ariz., following Illness, since birth. He was bora Jan'. 8, 1968. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Shiprock Funeral Home Chapel with the Rev. Sampson T. Yazzie of the Farmington CWistian Reformed Church officiating. Burial wfll be ta the Shiprock Community Cemetery. He is survived by his parents, Richard and Fanme Tom Hogue; a brother, Eric Varner Hogue; two sisters, Diane Tom and Ursula Rae Hogue; and his maternal grandparents, BiUy and Betty Tom. All are of Fruitland. Pallbearers will be Johnny Kirk, George Hogue, Richard Hogue and Loyd Mike. Funeral
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_RK — Funeral service for Ruth Ann Harris, 35, Carson, wfll be; at 10 a_m.j Saturday at Cope Manorial. I Chapd with the RevP Peter Yazzie officiating. Burial wfll be In Greenlawn Cemetery. i Ms. Harris died Wednesday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital in GaUup. Survivors include her parents, Fred 'and Ann Charley of Carson; seven daughters,/Geraldine, Genevieve, Geneva/Jacqueline, Beraice and Charlene Harris and Rita BenaUy of Carson; three sisters, Mary Begay, Helen Tsosie and'Lola Mae Yazzie of Carson;/amd three brothers, Johnny'Charley, WUson Charley and Freddie ; Charley of Carson. PaUbearers , wfll be Hany Tsosie, Thomas Begay; Billyfflegay, Wilson I Charley, Eddie Begay arid Freddie- Charley. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial ChapeL

HAINES — Funeral service tor Mary Hanison Haines, 53, Counselor's, wfll be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Counselor's Mission with the Rev. WaUace W. CastUlo officiating. Burial will be in the Counselor's Mission Cemetery. She was pronounced dead on anival at Dulce Jan. 30, Mowing an auto accident. Mrs. Haines is survived by six daughters, Ester H. Sam, Rose H. Francisco, Dorothy H. Guerito, Rena Haines, Marlene Haines and Emma Jean Haines; three sons, Wilfred Haines, David Haines and Joe Haines Jr.; and her father, Mike WelUto, aU of Counselor's. PaUbearers wfll be Wilfred Haines, David Haines, Lambert Augustine, Joe Haines Jr., David Vigil and Curtis Hanison. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

Wednesday at the Farmington Cope Memorial Chapel with P the Rev. Sampson Yazzie of- s ficiating. Burial will be in v Memory Gardens. Mrs. Howe v died Thursday at Uie GaUup * PubUc Health Service Hospi-. s tel. Survivors indude her hus- y band, Jerome Howe of the a family home; two sons, WUUe 1 Howe of- Two Grey Hills and Wilfred Howe of- SWprock; five c daughters, Dorothy Redhouse • [ _ of Shiprock;, Irene Kirk of ,: Kayenta, Ariz., Bessie Johnson • of. La Sal, Utah, Betty Lou Howe and Evelyn BenaUy of : Two Grey Hills; and a sister, Mary Lou Brown of Two Grey Hills. There are 18 grandchildren. PaUbearers wUl be Wilfred Howe, Alfred Joe Jr., Frank BenaUy, WUUe Howe, Dale Redhouse and Edison Kirk. Funeral arrangements..^ are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. i

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- HARVEY % rtmeral seraf. for RusseU Harvey ST., 67, of Little Water, who died Saturday fa SWprock, wiU be at 11 ajn. Friday, at the.Christina Reformed Churdi fa Sanostee ' with the Rev. Frank Curley .officiating. Burial wfll foUow at Little Water Cemetery. Survivors faclude his_wife, Daisy Harvey of the family home; ;.- three sons, James Harvey, ' RusseU Harvey Jr. and Darnel Harvey; four daughters Beraice Wadsworth,-.Anita Lee, Marie Harvey, and Rose Lee; three brothers James John* Lewis Fox and Edward Henna; and two sisters Dorothy Begay and Fanny Charley, all of Little Water. There are 16 g r a n d c h i l d r e n . ;Active pallbearers will be Russell Harvey Jr., Albert Ben Lee, Kenneth Miller, J a m e s V Harvey, Alfred Lee and DaWel { Harvey. Funeral arrange- j ments are under the direction A of Cope Memorial Chapd.

HOSTEpJ^Ftfa^rser-' vice for DaWd Hosteen, 18, Cove, Ariz., wfll be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at CWist the'King CathoUc Church,/ SWprock, with Father LarrySchreiber, jO.F.M;, officiating/Burial j will befaSWprock Cemetery. ; Hosteen, died at - 8:25 a.m. [Thursday fa 'a.one-car auto [acddent on Highway 504. He attended Shiprock High j School: Survivors faclude his ! p a r e n t s ,-•; Denn i s '• a n d [ ' PWIemonia-AUen Hosteen;/ I two: brothers, - Chester and Davidson Hosteen,/ two sls: tens, Bdnjce and Prisdllla Hosteen; Ws paternal grandfather, Joe Dick; and his mai terrtal, grandparents, PhiUip i and Nora Shorty,;aU of Gove.; i PaUbearers wflLfae. Joe Kee, i Allen,; Benjamin Hosteen, j Chester Hosteen; Michael Benally, Ronald BenaUy and Davidson Hosteen:. Funeral ' arrangements are under the i diredion of SWprock Funeral [Home,

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HARRISON - Funeral ser\ vice .or Emmett Raymond Harrison, 67, of Fruitlarid;' will be held at 10 a.m: Monday at the Brewer Funeral ' Home chapel with the Rev.: David Tutt officiating. Burial! will be.in Greenlawn'ceme-:' tery. Harrison died Friday fa Farmington! Survivors _ include ;.'Ws wife, LoueUa Harrison ; _ four sons, Raymond Harrison of SWprock, Rey- . nold and* Radius Harrison,-• both of Fruitland, and • Ramsey Harrison, Albu, querque; three, .daughters,'-! : Elovonne Benally; Farmington, Elowene Morgan of Shiprock, and LaVone Royston, Gallup; one brother. Pierce Harrison, WWte Swan, Wash.; four sisters, Elizabeth Roy and Louise Harrison, both of SWp. rock, and Beatrice Diswood
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HUSKAY — Funeral, service for Paul Huskay Sr., 44, Teecnospos, Ariz., wfll be at 10 a_a:'Tuesday at theChristian Reifonried ;•; Church [of Teecnospos, with! the 'Rev. PauT Redhouse officiattag. Burial wfll. be in Teecnospos Cemetery. Huskay died Friday as the result of a car a a ddent at SWprock. He was employed by the Bureau of Indian' Affairs at. the boarding school at Dennehotso. Survivors include Ws wife, Mrs. Ruth Huskay of the family home; ttiree daughters, Radiael, Paula and Phoebe Huskay of Teecnospos; a son, •Paul Huskay Jr. of Teecnospos; ttiree brothers, Cato Haskay Sr. of Salt Lake City, Utah and Mike Huskay and Dan Huskay of Teecnospos; and ttiree sisters, Hannah Gould, Daisy Bigman and Helen Huskay of Teecnospos. Pallbearers will be Leo Redhouse, Leon Redhouse, Anderson Jim Sr.; Jimmy BenaUy,: Jimmy . BUeen and Wilford Tso. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

vice for Jim John Hoskie, 39, , of TohatcW, wfll be at 2 p.m. !: Tuesday' at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Chapel of/Toadlena. He died Aug. 16 at Hogback. . Burial wfll be in the famfly cemetery. Hoskie graduated from Fort SiU Indian High School, Lawton,' Okla., in 1965. He was a member of the Oklahoma National Guard, stationed at Lawton,, He is

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survived by Ws parents, 'John and Fanme Hoskie of Two Grey Hflls;- two brothers, FrankUn John, Two Grey Hills, Earl Johhny, Fort Da fiance, Ariz.; a sister, Helen CastUlo, Salem, Ore.; aridna, merous meces and nephews. PaUbearers wfll be Johrirae Nez j r . . Franklin Nez, Michael Nez, Ernest TeUer, Earl TeUerand Robert Dixon. Funeral' anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel: HUNT — Funeral sendee for ArcWe Hunt, 81, of Two Grey Hills, wfll be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Assembly of God, Newcomb, - with the Revs: Larry Emerson and Taylor Dixon officiating. Burial wfll be in Two Grey Hills Cemetery. Hunt died Sunday at home- Survivors include his wife, LuciUe Hunt; a daughter, Amy Charley,. Toadlena; three sons, James. Hunt Sr;, Lewis Hunt and Ray Hunt Sr.; of Toa_ena;'ra sister, Dorothy Arnold, Winslow, Ariz.; a brother, Ralph Hunt, Two Grey Hills, 23 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. PaUbearers wfll-fae Freddie Hunt, Ray Hunt Jr.,FerUn Hunt, James Hunt Jri, Frankie Hunt and Leroy D. Shirley. Funeral arranga ments are under the direction

HARVEY.— Fuhfefal service for; Benjamin Harvey, 71, SWprock, wfll be at 2 pjn. Friday at the Christian Reformed Church in SWprock, .-with/the Rev.! Sampson ! Yazzie officiating. Burial wfll ! be ta the SWprock Cemetery. '. Harvey died Monday at the PubUc Health Service Hospi-' tal in SWprock., Ha. Is survived by his wife, Mrs. MtaI me Harvey of the family i home; a son, Herbert Harvey j Sr.of SWprock; and a daughter Roselyn" Jones of Ribck i Point, Ariz. There are 15 'grandchildren and seven ! great-grandduldren: There are" numerous meces and : nephews. PaUbearers wfll be Herbert H-vrvey Sf„ John Wood, Araold Wood, Randy Gray, Frankie Gray and Dickie Gray. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Stewart Etdtty, Chee WlUetto and Robert B. Harvey Funeral anangements are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home.

, • HUSKAY— Helen "HusKay 55, a native of Teecnospos,; Ariz., died there Monday. She was bora Aprfl 10, 1926. Funeral service wfll be at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the Chria tian Reformed Church in Teecnospos with the Rev. PauH Redhouse officiattag, Burial will be ta Teecnospos Cemetery. Survivors iridude • yy*dAZ7h**f~: two sisters, Daisy, Mae Bigriianand Hanna Gould of Teecnospos; tWee brothers, j % 0 S K _ / 2 UesterlWgh: Dan Huskay and Mike-., Hoskie, 50. N e ^ ^ S Huskay; Teecnospos, and * Saturday at Waterflow. The Cato Huskay Sr., Salt Lake , date and time of the funenu City, Utah; a daughter,; L-pendfag-'ThesemceRWfll Helena Paul, and a son, Jeny ! be-conducted by the-RevHuskay, of Teecriospos. [ Fi-dYazrie.BunalwiUbem Pallbearers will be Mike ! the Veterans Cemetery at Huskay, Jeny Huskay, Irvta -Shiprock-, Hoskie, a Garcia, Prascol ^Toledo, . I'. carpenter by trade, was a veteran af the Korean War i Wilfred Tsof ' Willie:. Funf HICKSON — Albert Hickson Sr. of Wfadow Rock, Ariz., Ind was a New Mexico . ments are und diedWednesday to theU.S. PubUc Health Sendee, Hospital at naJva Survivors include Ws of Cope !Me_!q Ft. Defiancej Ariz. He was 71; Visitation wfll be until 5 p.m. mbther, Marie Hoskie of • 1 today at Cope Memorial Chapefln GaUup with.a Rosary, Newcoinb; four brothers., scheduled for 7 pjn. today at St. Michael's CathoUc Mission PeteHostoeof^CrownpomW. ta St. Michael's, Ariz. The funeral mass wfll be celebrated at p •„: ^ard" H Hoskie of SWp3 p.m. Saturday at St, Michad's High School Chapd.with,! r o c^ 0 ^ "H H°skie 0 fAlba burial to Mow fa the Ft. Defiance Cemetery. Hickson was i, • and Harry H. Hoskie; " _ . . . n _ _ ! . 4-__... o r t r t__*fl SIS" __ _ born Nov. 14,1911-^in Sheep Springs, N.M. He is sVndved by . of _Littlewater; andt twpjKhis wife, Helen E. Jones of Wfadow Rock, foul, daughters; ten. Helen Frazier of Snipttiree sons, four stepdaughters, four stepsons and three sis- S and EUen Hoskie of ters/There are 40 grandchUdren and one great-grandchUd. Newcomb: Funeral arranga Cope Memorial Chapel of GaUup Is fa charge of arranga S are under the direction of.the Brewer Funeral Home.

HERRERA — Mary Lewis Henera, 71, Ojo Encino, died Monday at the Umverslty of New Mexico HospitalfaAlbuquerque. Funeral sendee wfll ba at 11 a.m. Friday at the Assembly of God Church, Ojo Encino, with the Rev. Marvin G_Martfa officiating., Burial wfll be fa Ojo Encino-jCema tery. She was preceded in death by a sister, Ethel ' Cayadltto, in 1979. Survivors faclude, her husband, Felix Henera,' of their home; a son,- Johnson Henera,'. Ojo Encino; seven daughters, Bessie Curley, Shiprock, Mary AUce .Begay; Sarah Thompson' and E m m a Castillo; -Cuba, Lucille MuUahon, Crystal, Rena Vasquez, Albuquerque, and Elizabeth SUversmith, Dzilth-Na0-Dtt,h-Hla School; an adopted son, Andy, Henera, Crystal;, brother,: Ignacio i Lewis Jr., Toneon; and. 15 grandchildren. Pallbearers • wfll-be Andy Henera,- Steve Curley; Johnson Martinez, Rudy Roybal Jr., Randy Lopez and Don/MuUahon. Johnson Henera and Harold. Lopez will be honorary pallbearers. Funeral arrangdnents are under, the direction of Cope Memorial

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I_C___tN'••-. Funeral ser" vice for Dean J., Hickman, 67, . ; of Window Rock, Ariz., has been set for 11 a.m. Tuesday at Good Shepherd Mission in Fort Defiance, Ariz., Father AUen officiattag. Burial wfll be fa Family Cemetery fa Fort. Defiance. Hickman died /at U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in Fort Defiance on Friday. He was born March 11, 1914 at Lukachukai, Ariz. Hickman was employed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs, for 29. years, retiring iri 1969, and a U.S. Marine veteran of World War II. Survivors include his wife, Ruth S. Hickman of the family home; three daughters, Deanna McKenzie tjf Phoenix, Ariz., Dorothy ftice of Window Rock,, and Helen Togleifa of SWprock. There are 15 grandchildren and one great-grand• child. ! Pallbearers-' will be ^Tyrone Tsorietokoy, Lome Price, Sanford Toglena,^ Marvin Roanhorse, Elmer" Francisco and Marvin Francisco. Honorary paUbearers wfll be' Lorinda Price, Lenora Price, Sandra Toglena, Lucinda- Toglena and Moria Toglena. Funeral ananga ments are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

/HOLYAN — Margaret '/Manuelito Holyan, : !76, V ^TohatcW; died Thursday at IN ' MdCmley General Hospital, 0^ -.GaUup. Services wfll be at 2 ;V pjn. Saturday fa the Chris,•: .fan'Reformed Church In ^-TohatcW, with the Rev: G.J. :^y Klumpenhower officiating. ^ Burial wfll be in the TohatcW V•;-Community Cemetery. Bom J / A p r i l IS, 1905, in TohatcW, j/ __.i • Mrs. Holy^h retired after 26 years « service for the Bureau'of Indian Affairs fa the Oinnehotso area and at < _ . " TohatcW Boarding School. She is the matemal granddaughter of the famous CWef ManueUto and daughter of < $ Dougal Chee Bekis, one of the first Window Rock, Ariz., coundlmen m& tribal judge. She owned -arid operated a

HOWARD — Glen -toward, '2, Farmington, died Thin-slay at his home in Upper Frmtland. Funeral service was to be at 10 a.ni. today fa Cope Memorial Chapel, with Brandi President Kenny L. Tbuchiri officiating. Burial Was to be fa SWprock Cema tery.Howard Was bom June 2, 1909, at Wheatfidd, Ariz. (Survivors Include two daughjters,Mary Louise John, Upper Fruitlarid; and Lettie Marie Pierce, Carson; four sons, Henry, James, Roger and Raymond of Upper i Fniitland; a brother, TuUy Begay, Fort Defiance, Ariz,; and two sisters, Ella Mae Nez and-Mae Chee Tohegleeme of Wheaffidd, Ariz. Along with n u m e r o u s nieces, and nephews,, there are 43 grandchildren: and 13. great-grandchfldreri- PaUbearers were HenTy Howard, Roger Howard, David Hogue.i Raymond Howard, Larry Howard and Calvin Yazzie; Funeral arrangements were directed by Cope Memorial Chapd.' .

•Hoi.Y AN — Margaret Manuelito Holyan, 79, of TohatcW died March 11 at the McKfaley General Hospital. Services were held Saturday at the Christian Reformed' Church fa TohatcW at 2 p.m. with burial Mowing in the Commumty Cemetery there. Mrs. Holyan was bom April 15,1903 in TohatcW. She was retired from the BIA after 26 years of service in Dennehotso and the TohatcW Boarding School. She was the matemal granddaughter of the famous CWef ManueUto and daughter of Dougal Chee Bekis, who was one of the first- Tribal Coundlriien and Tribe. Judges. Sheowned arid, operated a cattle ranch east of TohatcW and at Chaco Canyon until her passing. Sur- • vivors include her sons: Arthur Holyan'Of TohatcW; •' cattle randi east of TohatcW ' FrankUn Holian of Fort Da I and at Chaco Canyon until; | fiance; and,David HoUan of •her passing. Survivors fa. Bel Gardens, CaUf; three \yude three- sons, Arthur d a u g h t e r s , Martha H. Holyan, TohatcW, Franklin Charley of Many Farms, HoUan, Fort Defiance,, and Alyce Holyan of TohatcW, David Rohan, BeU Garddis, !; Calif.;. three daughters,Xi | and Regina Holyan of Stan: ford, Calif.; 14 -grandj Martha H. Charley, Many children: and Tl great-grandj F a r m s ; Alyce Holyan*-/! children; two sisters, Mrs. t o h a t c h i , and Regigia', Charley Holyan of TohatcW Holyan, Stanford, Calif;; and and Evelyn Begay.also of {Wo sisters, .Mrs. Chaflie TohatcW. She was preceded Holyan and Evelyn Begay of : in death by a daughter, TohatcW! There are 14 grandCarolyn Holyan, a grandson, . chUdren and 11 great-grand- | Arthur Holyan Jr., and her children. PaUbearers wfll be j j Nate Toledo,- B. Patrick i ; husband Robert Holyan. iCharley, W,-Wayne Charley,/ j Bobby Watchman,/ Mark!; Holyan and Wayne Dennison. | H <r>- • Herman-Morris and CWk Dennison wfll: be honorary i PaUbearers were Nate Tola paUbearers.:Cope Memorial: .do, ^ . P a t r i c k Charley, W., Chapel of GaUup is directing : Wa_yne Charley, Bobby ; funeral arrangements. Watchman, Mark Holyan and I Wayne Deimison. Herman/-' Morris 'and CWk Charley jwere honorary paUbearers. Cope Memorial Chapel, (GaUup, was In charge, of services. ' HARVEY — Funeral service for John Kee Harvey, 87, of SWprock, wfll be Tuesday at X p".m. at. the First United Methodist Church of SWprock with Reverend Fred Yazzie officiattag. Harvey died Thursday at!SJRMC, Burial Will, be at SWprockCeinetery. Visitation wfll-be."from 9 a.m/ol. 5. p.m. Monday at Brewer Funeral Horiie/_iarvey jyastbotii June 13, 1895 in Round Rock, Ariz. For the past fe% weeks' Harvey hadbeen living at Good Samaritan Center. He-is survived by one son,.Sam Kee of California; four daughters,-. Jriarata Blackwater and Genova Ellison.of,Fannington; Vl-j, vian Salt of SWprock and Louise BenaUy Begay of Red VaUey, Ariz, There are 28 granddifldren and 20 great-granddifldren. PaUbearers wfll be Dayton Blackwater, Albert El-1 lison, Curtis Blackwater, Harvey Blackwater, Benjamin Harvey and Randy Lupe. Honorary pallbearers wiU be Sam Harvey, Manson Harvey, Harry Tom and John BenaUy. Funeral anangements are under the directum of Brewer Fu- \

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WINDOW ROCK, Ariz. — Funeral services is for ClarenceHawthorne, who. has been with the Navajo PoUce Department for 23 years, is scheduled ta GaUup with burial ta Santa Fe. / ' ''.* - l --' Navajo poUce said Hawthorne, 53, of Lupton, Ariz., died early Sunday of a heart attack at the GaUup Indian Medical Center. Funeral service for Hawthorne wfll be at the Gallup First Baptist Church at 9 a.m. Thursday. . . - - . ;• PoUce said Hawthorne served on the tribal poUce force at "various poUce districts on the Navajo Reservation, including SWprock. • /.' ;i ' i After Hawthorne retired in 1978 as Ueutenant colortd, he was a security officer at the GaUup K mart. He has also worked with the McKfaley County Sheriff's Department. ; s; • PoUce said Hawthorne wfll be given a national cemetery service fa Santa Fe with a 21-gun salute. '"-.

HARRISON — Puneral/ser- thellla Hanison of Upper vice • tor. Juanita MaeHar- rFruitland; ."-. — a rumc"". four brothers, Vice tor oiusiuu ..__... rison, 23, Farmington, wfll be George Harrison of Farm, at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the ington, Rudy Harrison, Virgu Brewer F u n e r a l Home Wayne Harrison and SuUivan Chapel with-the Rev. John Hanison- of Fruitland; her Feter-Yazzie/ officiating. maternal grandmother, Burial' wfll be fa Memory Pauline Joe of Nageezi, and , Gardens. Ms/~Harrison died her patemal grandmother, i Saturday fa Farmington. She Nez Begay of Kimbeto. I is survived by a daughter, Pallbearers will be George D. : Candice Peter of Upper Harrison, Rudy Harrison, Fruitland; .her parents, Wayne Harrison, SuUivan E. I Darnel and Mary Jane Har- Harrison, Patterson Brown rison of Upper Fruitland; and Felipe Daws Jr. Arthree sisters, Elenor Dawes rangements are under the ot -Bloomfield, ;• Marjle Har- direction of Brewer Funeral frison.of Las Graces and Or- Home.

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• HANCOCK — TtmeraTser- * vice' for Yetasbah Hancock, 87, of Little Water, was to be at 10 ajn. today at the Cope 'Mein b rial Chapel, with Bishop James Begay officiat, fag. Burial was to foUow fa . Memory Gardens. Bom July 1,1895, at Uttle Water, Hancock died Saturday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital ta SWprock. Survivors include a son, Harry Hancock; . ttiree daughters, Betty Henderson, Frances Henderson • and Cora H. Begay, aU of Little Water; two brothers, Em; mett Begay and John Frank of Sanostee; 23 grandchildren ; 48 / great-grarichfldren " and tWee great-great-grand•" chUdrdi! PaUbearers were to be Lariy Henderson, .Nelson Hancock, Delbert Hancock, Freddie Begay, Larry Mark and, Emest - Manulito.: Funer-al arrangements were ; dirjjcte^ by Cope. Memorial

HUNT - Fdneral "HUNT — FUneral serv_ for Ralph Hunt Sr., 81, Toadlena, -was Saturday at the Christian Reformed Churdi of* Toadlena, with burial on famUy land. Hunt died Wednesday at his home. He was a retired Navy man and had served with the Army, brfore enlisting m the Navy, He retired_fron. the Bureau of Indian Affairs at Sanostee in TS63 after 36 years with; the U.S: govera ment. Survivors indude bis wife, Mrs. Mary! Hunt of Toadlena; six sons, John R. Hunt and Leonard Hunt of Yahtehey, Ralph Hunt Jr. of Aneth, Utah, Ronald Hunt a n d M e l v i n H u n t of Fruitland, and Marlin Hunt of Colorado. Springs, Colo.; five daughters, Helen Moore : of Farmington, Joanne Hunt '• of SWprock, Arlene Etdtty of ! Gallup, Rhoda Hunt of Church Rock -and Velma Spencer of TohatcW; and a i sister, Dorothy Wilson of Winslow.-There are 17 grandchildren. Hunt was preceded! in death by three brothrs and • three sisters/The pallbearers • induded Sherwood Moore, Eric Anderson, ' Edison M i l l e r , Max M a d r i d , Jonathan Hunt and Jon Hunt Honorary pallbearers included Clifford Knight, Nelson Jack arid Russell Foutz. Anangements/ were under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapelfa GaUup.

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JOE—Funeral/service for. ' fleUe B.:Joe, 65, SWprock, who. ' died Thursday at/the, U.S.' " PubUc Health Sendee Hospital in Shiprock, is slated for - RJnl ; Saturday at the SWprock LDS '• ChapeL She Is.survived by her husband,/ Big-: Joe,/Shiprock; / one daughter, E_ri_na Lee; one son, John jay Jr.; two sisters, 1 Bessie Jay and Nite. Barber, < both of Shiprock;! rune granddilldren, Jairies;: LPratae and 1 Gloria Joe, Kenneth light and ) Jeny, Debbie,, Delores, Gary > arid Peny Jay.'attof SWprock. 1 F_deral anangements are un-. dier the direction/of Cope ! norial Chapd. a o ^ > / 7 , 7 t f : /JOE — A funeral service for ! Ronald Paul/ Joe; 18, of ; Bedabito /Trading; Post, was scheduled for 2;pjn/ today at;; - the Christian Reformed Church, Shiprock, *with the A Rev- Bert BenaUy officiating. BuriaL was: to be/ta SWprock cemetery.- Joe, a student at Shiprock High /School, was reported drowned*near Teec- i :, nospos Sunday. Survivors Indude his mother, Esther B . . Joe;; his:stepfather, Lee Dean;;. and; two: brothers/ Kenneth-Joe; and David Joe of SWprbck.. Joe ; was preceded:ta/death'by his father, Charlie Joe, fa May : 1960.;':P_lbe^ers-sdieduled were Casey BenaUy,' Clarence '.jBerially; Glenn Charley Sr., WuTard Yazzie, David L. Joe - and Douglas Joe/Arrange- \ mente were under the direction of Cope, Memorial Cfiariel:

I JACQUEZ iA Funeraf t vice for Lesley Arin Jacquez, > tWee-month-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jacquez of Fruitland, wfll be hdd at 10 ajn/ Saturday at Cope Memorial Chapel with, Sister Cheesman officiating/Burial wfll be fa Memory Gardens Cemetery. The infant died . Tuesday, She is also survived by maternal grandparents, Alfred and Jean Pioche of F ar min g to n . and paternal I grandmother, Clara Jacquez of Fruitland.;

JACK—Funeral sendee for Laura Renee Jack, 10, SWprock, who died Thursday ta ;!-SUck Rock, Colo., Is set for 10 "a.m. Monday at.-Basin .Mortuary Chapel with the Rev/. '.Jimray Charley officiating. ! Burial wfll be ta Greenlawn Cemetery/Survivors Include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. : Leroy Jack Sr.; and two brothers, Leroy Jack Jr.- and Larry Lee Jack. Active pallbearers will include WaUace Tom, Jones Benjamin, /Donald. Benjamin, Raymond E. John, Michael Yabeny and : i Frank Joe., Funeral anange/ments are under the. direction of Baista/Mpi

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50_£-Funer_. _ _Vice for Lee Joe, 26, SWprock, who died /last/Thursday in .an -auto accident,! is set for 2 p.m. Thursday at Christ the Ktag CathoUc Church .in SWprock with the Rev., Larry, O'Neal / officiattag; Burial wfll be in/ . SWprock CbmmuWty Veterans • Cemetery. Graveside service will be conducted by: the SWprock Veterans of Foreign' Wars. Joe;; worked at - the SWprock Day Care Centeras a . custodian. He is survived; by his wifej Fanme Joe, SWprock; one son, Leland Lee Joe,.of the family home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Joe, Cove, Ariz.; five;sisters, Patsy Tyler and Mary Watson, both of Redwood City, Calif., Shirley Yazzie, SWprock, Dorothy Joe, ':• Tuba City, Ariz., and Jayne ?Joe," Shiprock; and -one •brother, Jimmy Joe, Aztec. Adive paUbearers will be Jack LeeFrazier, Jimmy Joe, Tony Talk J n r Matthew Frazier, Tommy Fasthorse andRandeU Hunt. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.. „ '."' JOHN—Funeral service for AUen King'Jolm, 53, SWprock, was held at 10 a.m! Saturday at First United Methodist Church in SWprock, the Rev. Henry Bird presided. King . - died Thursday fa U.S. Public"; Health Service Hospital in SWprock. Burial was in SWp- rock Cemetery. Survivors in-,; dude seven -daughters, Marie-/ M. WUUe and Victoria J. John , ;of.Fruitland,- Ulberta M. • • Arthur, Rosella A.'• Jim and "LaVerna E ; John of Farmington, Karen A. Barber nt

JOHNSON- Funeral service wfll be held Saturday at 11 a.m from the La Vida Mission at Lake VaUey for George Lee j Johnson, 34, of Kirtland who died May. 26. Burial will be at ; the WWte Rock cemetery. Rev. -Darid Tutt will officiate. Survivors faclude his wife, Lor; raine;H. Johnson;, two sons, /Loren Lee and George Johnson ,."; Jr., ttiree daughters, Conatae Lee, Conalna Lee and Doreen / Lee Johnson,.aU of the family /home; parents, Ella and David • Johnson of Blue Canyon, Ariz.; ;. one brother, Sam Lee Beneeriti of Ganado, Ariz.; ttiree sisters,, /Betty James and AUce BegotJy ,of Blue; Canyon and. Jane Begody of San Leandro, CaUf. Pallbearers wUl be ^ Sam L. Bencintl,. Harry Begay, Joe Chee, Eddie Henry; Curtis Jim

: Johnson, 88, of Cove, Ariz., died Thursday at his home. Sendees wfll be at 2 pjn. Monday at. Christ the King , CathoUc Church with the Rev. Flann O'NeU officiating. Burial, wfll be in SWprock Cemetery. PqUbearers wfll be Tony light, . Johnny Johnson, Paul Johnson, Jimmy John, Peter Johnson /and David Johnson. Johnson is ' survived by his wife, Mary; six sons, Cato, Kee, Robert, Johnny, David, and Paul; two daughters, Mae John and Luzzle Light; 36 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Funeral anangemente ate uncer the direction of SWprock Funeral Homej/...... '•..,. '

JOHNSON — Funeral service for Mrs. Lucy Johnson, 55, Sanostee, was held at10 a.m. today atthe SWprock Funeral Home chapel with Bert Benally officiating. Burial was fa the SWprock Cemetery. Mrs. John-; son Was dead on arrival at San Jtian Regional Medical Center Feb/28. She is survived by her husband, Luke Johnson, three sons, Julius, Ernest and Wallace Johnson;.and three daughters, Jessie, Lucille and Arlene Johnson, all, of Sanostee. PaUbearers were JuUus, Wallace, Tony, Ernest, William Jimmy and James Johnson. Funeral arrangements Were under the direction of the SWprock Funeral Home.

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JOE—Funeral service for :. Lee Joe, 26, Shiprock, are .'pending at Cope Memorial Chapel. Joe. was dead on ;, arrival Thursday at San Juan , Regional Medical Center. He was employed at SWprock Day j Care Center and a U.S. Maririe. . veteran of the Vietnam War ! .Survivors irtcludehis wife, • '• Fannie Joe of the home; a son, , Leland Lee Joe of the home; ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom JOHNSON - Paul E. JohnJoe of Cove, Ariz.; five sisters, son, 61, Navajo Mission Inc., Patsy Tyler and Mary Watson bpttrof Redv-podCity, CaUf., ; •died Tuesday;at San Juan ' Regional Medical Center. Fui Shirley Yazzie arid Jayne Joe, neral service wfll be held at 10 • both of Shiirock and Dorothy : a.m. Saturday at the Christian , Joe of TuW' a t y ; a brother, 1Reformed Church of SWprock with the Rev. Jack Drake and : Jimmie Joe of Aztec. / the Rev. Fred Yazzie officiating. Burial wfll be in the Shiprock Cemetery. Johnson / JOHNSON - Funeral ser- was born March 22, 1918 at. vice is pending; for Fred E. Shiprock, the son of Bitsee Johnson, 63, Shiprock, who Yisttal yee Blyeh. He manied died fa the Veterans Adminis- Ida Ehtcitty Johnson, who died tration Hospital, Albuquerque, ta 1954. He had served at the Monday. A veteran,of World Navajo Missions Inc., where War II, he is survived by his he was a, counselor and made wife, Mary Jane Johnson; two ! Ws home at the mission com1 daughters: Ada Jane Johnson pourid: He was a deacon in the /Christian Reformed Church. , and'Freda Johnson; one son, •Survivors include a son, Fritz Johnson, aU of Shiprock; !Nelson Johnson of Shiprock; tWee brothers: Paul Johnson, 'and a sister, Juamta Harvey of Farmington; Trapper and i Upper Fruitland. There are 13 Thomas Johnson, Shiprock; ! grandchildren and one, greatone sister,, Mary Johnson Pin-; i grandchild. Pallbearers wfll be to, Albuquerque, and six .Jeny Johnson, Nelson Johngrandchildren. Cope Memorial son, Lambert Yazzie, Larry 'Chapel is handling the ar- iTuUy,'Harry Yazzie and Alfred rangements. A'-A Thompson. Honorary pallbearers will be Nelson Bedora and Donald Johnson. Memorials may be made to the Navajo Missions Inc. Building Fund in mdnory of Paul E. Johnson. Funeral arranger ments are under the direction 'of Brewer-Funeral Home.

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JOHN — Funeral service for, Garrick Lee John,:4-n_nth-olp% ' son of Bemice John of SWprock and Gary Nelson of Frmtland, wfll be at 10 a._ri. j'Friday at Cope Memorial/ :rChapeh;witb.J. 'D!'Wardlbw officiating. Burial wfll J be in Memory Gardens.' The baby • died Tuesday at the Public Health: Service Hospital in SWprock. In addition/to his • ' parents, he is survived by a sister, .Pamela John;/and a brother, Shawn, both of SWprock; his maternal:grandmother, LllUe Garfield of SWprock, and Ws patemal grand-, m o t h e r , Mary Nez of Frmtland. PaUbearers wfll beGary Nelson and Ridiard Nez. Funeral anangements are under direction of Cope Memorial Chapd.
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i JIM—Funeral service for I Mrs.. Pete Jim, 104,. Farm'.; ington,>:will he at 2/p.m: Saturday/: at the Sari-Juan Episcopal Mission With : the Rev, Henry L. Bird officiating. Burial wfll be iri Rose-Garden ./' Cemetery in Upper Fruitland. Mrs. Jim died Wednesday at the SWprock Public Health Service Hospital. Survivors ta/ elude! four daughters, KatWeeh. i. Johnson, Maiy Platero, Evelyn i; Jim arid/Carol John,/all of j Farmington; and thi-e• sons* I., Paul Jim, Leonard John and ; Herbert P. Jones, also aU of Farmingtpri. There; are 12 grandchildren, 26 greatgrandchildren and 18 greatgreat-grandchildren. PaUbearers wfll be Paul Jim, Lany Platero, Michael Blackie; Joe Jose, Robert Jim and Phillip Blackie. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

unenjFservice for Leo Jim, 55, Fruitland, wfll \ be at 10.a.m. Saturday at, San /Juan Episcopal Mission, with the Rev. Eloise Martinez offidating. Burial will be fa Rose Garden Cemetery. He died Saturday at SWprock. Survivors indudie two sons and ttiree daughters. There are three grandchildren. Funeral anangerriehts are under the direction of Brewer tfunpral Home.

:jIM _^uri£aT-_v_« 7 fo_ 7:&J%Apwyz0A. ,,., , Charley Jtai of Crownpoint wUl NAKAI — Funeral sendee, b | held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at for James T. Nakai.- 97, Red/; . • Cope Memorial Chapel with ROcfc, Ariz., wfll be at 10 ajn. fSJReV/ Tom HoUday officiating. Thursday at Christ the KingL-flurial wfll be in''the Lake CathoUc-. Church fa; SWprock , Ayalley area in the family with • the Rev. LaWrence - i^etnetejy£Jfavdied' last WedSchreiber, OFM, officiating, j l.nesday at his home. He was ; Burial'wfll.be in theSWprockjj '110/years old. HP-was a 1 j Cemetery. Natal died Satin*| ! medlcirte man and worked for n i day; at the Public-Health j Sendee^ Ftospital in SWprock. I the early Navajo Tribal ..Police; I j He;was art area rancher and j on/horseback. He' also was au ,( | herbalist. He worked as/ a / retired Umon Pacific Railroad/ -X. employee/Survivors: from his;. J j mason and laborer; for the j Bureau of Indian Affairs. He I first family Include three i i was a former chapter coun9- daughters: Doris, Antone of':i i dlman.He is.surviyed by his .ChurchTlPck; Bessie Pabalo 6^4. ! wife, Mercedes Nakai of the Crownpoint; and AUce Pabaldy. - family hoine;1 five: daughters, . of Lake: Valley; and two sons, : Mary.-.-Louise George of Red • f/Andy Jim of Church Rock and;. Rock, Agatha Garnenez of; ; -Wayne:Jim O Nasdnttf. Sur- j f Shiprock, Theresa Nakai of : yivprs froin his second family: Redrock, Mary tiUy. Nakai- of four daughters, Josephine J./, Red Rock and Grace-Nakai of Blackie of Lake VaUey; Mae Red Rock; four sons, Stephen : Valdez of Ft. Defiance; Rose Nakai and Raphael "Ray" ' WilUams of. WWte Corn, Ariz;; I Yazzie of Hogback, Bemard I and Susie Mae Jim of La Vitas: Nakai and Thomas Nakai of //Mission; and one son, Ben I Fraitlarid; and a. stepbrother, f Tsimbf Lake Valley. Thd. are;*' . Hosteen Begay of Ited Rock. /Z6 grandchUdren and 17 great: There are 29 grandchildren | ^grandchildren! PaUbearers /and 29 great-grandchildren and wiU be Raymond Freeland, f two great-great-grandchildren;' ! Sam Valdez,. Curtis Bladde, PaUbearers wUl be Tony Gar/Carle Chee and Larry Monnenez, Thomas Nakai, Ray v ii;|bya. Funeral arrangements > '—-: :___ rare under the direction of Cope ', Yazzie, Bernard, Nakai, PWUip Memorial Chapd. Garnenez and .Joseph Nakd. Honorary .paUbearers wfll-b. Robert Toney, 'Justin Nakai, Stephen Nakai, Morris Bencfl, ly,; Hosteeri Begay and' Wood-! i row BenaUy, Funeral arrangements are under the dlrectfani otCopeiMemorial ChapeL w

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Burial wfll be in : his father and stepirio ther,, Mr,.' : day at the Public Health Memory Gardens..Mrs.- John and Mrs. Joe Julian, Pueblo', Service Hospital in SWprock of was preceded fa death by her be ta the-SWprock Cemetery. Pintado; a brother, Henry natural causes. Survivors inShe is survived by her hu_ -• husband, WUbert John Sr., fa Julian, of California; flye sisclude three brothers: Russell band, Harry Johnson of the 1965 and two daughters, Marie ters, AdeUa Sandoval and NanHarvey Sr. ot littlewater and famfly home; three .daughters, Yazzie in'1954 and Bertha cy Thomas/ both of Pueblo Lewis Foutz and James John, Marie Yazzie and Susie Dodge, John, former Miss Navajo, fa Pintado; Esther Thomas, both of Sanostee, and a sister, both of Shiprock, arid,Rose , •;;i968. Survivors include: six Winslow,/Ariz.;/Julia Julian ; Irene'Joe of Littlewater. AcJohn rf NascWtti; three sprisi, sons, Reuben Yazzie, .Hugh and Betty Julian, both ot i live pjdlbearers wfll be RusseU Kenneth Johnson of SWprock, A1b u q u e r q u e . A ct i y e Harvey Jr., James Harvey, ; Yazzie and Raymond John, aU Gene Johnson of Rough Rock, pallbearers; will be Jimmie, Albert Lee, Alfred Lee, ' of Farmington; and.Gilbert Ariz., ,and Larry Johnson of Manuel and Darnel Sandoval, Ridiard Berton and Mltdiell J John Jr., Alfred John and , Teecnospos, Ariz.; and a Sammy Jim, PhiUip. Thomas j Charley. Funeral arrange-'. James... John, all. of Upper i brother, John Pete of Shiprock. and WUson Jake. Funeral ar- | ments are under the direction j Frmtland; and two daughters, There are 33 grandchildren , rangements are under the of Cone Memorial Chapel. = ; Pauline McCauley, Crownand six great-grandchildren." direction of Cope Memorial J pofat, and Betty Cummings, Pallbearers will be' Herbert Chapel., _ ., . ^ c , ' • TaWequah, Okla. There are 17 Etcitty, Calven Etcitty,JIM — Lewis Jim, 54, Upper i grandchildren and one greatWilford Etcitty, James Clark, Fruitland, died Tuesday at San 1 grandchild. Active pallbearers, ' Davey Jenkins and Stanley Juan Regional Medici Center. wfll be Reuben Yazzie, Hugh Johnson. Funeral arrangeFuneral service wfll he held at Yazzie, Wilbert John- Jr., JOE — Funeral service for j men-i are under the direction 10 a.m. Friday at Cope Memo•Oscar Orlapdo Joe,; a 23-yearAlfred John; James John and of Cope Memorial ChapeL rial Chapel with the Rev. Jeny old lifelong resident of the j Raymond Scott. Funeral ar' Sloan officiating. Burial wfll be Shiprock, and Fbrt Defiance, j rangements are under, the i ta the Upper Fruitland RoseAriz., areas, WUl be at the direction: of Cope Memorial garden" Cemetery. He Is surChurch of: Jesus Christ of Chapel. vived by his wife,' Mrs. Latter-day Saints' in St. JOHNSON — Funeral ser' Dorothy Jim- of' the family i Michaels,'Ariz., at 10 a.m. : vice tor Samuel J. Johnson, 21, • home; two daughters, Cecelia Monday. Employed as a recreof Shiprock, has been set for 10 .Washburn of Shiprock and ationali aide/for the'McKinley , a.m. Tuesday at Christian Lorena Jim of U p p e r County pubUc schools, Joe died \ Reformed Church, in SWprock, ; JOHNSON•- Timothy M. Fruitland; two sons, Charles Thursday; In the Public; Health / the Rev. Abe Koolhaas officiatJim ot Fannington and Clif- . ; Johnson, 27. F a r m i n g t o n ^ Service hospital-in Gallup: ;•' ing. Burial wfll be in the.. ford Jim of Upper Fruitland; Bom April 2, ,1956,'. at Fort Monday at the University^ Veterans Administration secand two sisters, Betty Hany of . New Mexico Medical Center in Defianceto:James and Martha tion, of -Shiprock cemetery. ; Upper Fruitland and Dolly Albuquerque. He was_ hospiJoe, he-was .a veteran of. the: Graveside services.,.?!!! be I Sloan of Tuba City/Ariz. There , talized foUowing an accident m . U.S. Ariny. He wfll be buried conducted by' the,. SingerFarmington July .Funeral • I are 14 grandchildren, Including in the Fort Defiance Veterans'; ; ' Morgan Post No. 9517. Johnson service wfll be at 10 afn. Eleanor Jim, who made her Cemetery. He was preceded iri •' died Thursday in an'accident Slayiatmepstlnd^i home with her grandparents. death'by his father, Who died-.. fa SWprock. Survivor-i faclude ' Baptist. Church, 501.W. PaUbearers will be Charles several/years .ago,/ leaving : his parents: Rose Ann and Broadway, with the Rev An-, Jim, Hany Washbum, Harold several relatives ta Shiprock.;; Jerry Johnson Sr. of Shiprock; drew Begaye .officiaUng^ Buck, Watson BenaUy, Wilbert Survivors indude; Ws mother, . two brothers: Herman J. and Buck and Daniel BenaUy, Fu- i BuirlaT will b e m : Memory I Martha' Joe, Fort Defiance; Jerry Jr." Johnson, both of the Garden-. He is survived by Ws 1 two brothers, Randall and neral anangements are under family home; four sisters: 1 Ernest Joe, and two sisters, I the direction of Cope Memorial i wife Mrs. Hilda Johnson of the Nancy Ann Light, Carrie Ann S l y home; a son;Timottiy ,/Jenny _ Jean- Joe ;;and/,JamceV \ Chapel./)C''tUxcC/l%$ i Libby- Joe, aU -of Fort. Dev i j r , of Farmington; Ws pa- • Garaenez, Kerlena Ann Tso, ! Rolena Ann Johnson, ail of fiance;.;an'-uncle',' Freddie; I.rente, Mr. and Mrs, Johnny B. Shiprock; paternal grand; Wauneka ;.,o,f. Farmington; . a ! Jim of Farmington; a brother, grfa/riidmother•. J e n n i e • irvin Jim otFanntagton; ma- I, father: Torn: J. Johnson of 1 Wauneka; Fort Defiance; and ternal grandparents, Rutti and I Shiprock; two aunts: Katie • Cl-ark a n d Anna Mae several other uncles and; aunts ' Donald Betsellie of FarmAO^^I • in Shiprock-and; Fort Defiance. ; ington; paternal grandparents • Moscasion, both of Shiprock;.. JIM — Funeral arrange;Funerali'anangerrients are un. 1 Mr. and. Mrs. Joe Lee of . r two uncles-. Darnel and Jim : ments tor Paul Ray Jim, 43, | der the direction • of RoUie .Shiprock; paternal grand- ! 1'. Johnson, both of Shiprock. I Waterflow, are pending with I Mortuary/GaUup! '•_-;. father, Martin. Johnson of SWp- ; There are tour nephews and Brewer Funeral Home. He. ; rock; two uncles, Jones and.: one mece. Active paUbearers died Tuesday as the result of a. iiyi^A. , ^ n A A - Jerome Johnson d SWprock; i j wfll be Gary Clark, Dan Clark,.. I pedestrian ^vehicle' accident. and two aunts, Uta Charley • Sidney Nez Jr., Daniel Nez; •Funeral arrangements will be Melvin KeUywood and Mark and Mary Roberts of Farmunder the direction of Brewer Koolhaas. Funeral arrangeington. Pallbearers will be-Funeral Home. , '-•'••••• ments are under the direction Harry A. Begay, Myron A.of Cope Memorial ChaDe]/-''" flegay, Irvin Jim, Anthony Smith, Raymond WWtey and Benny Sandoval. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chape\.,0ifyjL^.ftTO

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JIM—Funeral $rvice for Fred Jim, .75, of White Rock Trading Post, wfll be held at 10 a_m. Friday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Don Coriey officiating. PaUbearers wfll be Danny Charley, Paul Padilla,. Ronnie' Jim' and Herbert Charley. Burial wfll be in the family cemetery near WWte Rock. Jim, who died Saturday at San Juan Rejponal Medical Center, Is survived by his wife, Elsie Jim of WWte Rock Trading Post; ttiree sons, Curtis Jim of White Rock, Frank Jim of Crownpoint and Kee Jim of Thoreau; five daughters/Mary Charley of White Rock Trading Post, Esther, Toledo of Torreon, Alice Tsosie and' Ethel Jim of Farmington and Betty Leake of Fredericksburg, Va.; one sister, Louise. Toledo of WWte Rock Trading Post; 53 grandchildren and seven.greatgrandduldren, . . /

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. JOHN—Funeral service for Jake John, 67y of Shiprock,;, who died Saturday fa an auto accident on U.S. 550 12 miles west of the Hogback Trading Post, is scheduled at 10 ajn. Tuesday at the Christian Re^; formed Church lnr Shiprock with the Rev. Bert Benally officiating.' Burial wfll be ,faSWprock Cemetery. Survivors include sisters Nellie Jacobs and Lomse Shorthair of SWprock ; brother. Jake • George' of Shiprock;. nieces Mary Ann Thomas and Mary CharUe of SWprock, and Adai/Yazzie of Farmington; and nephews David Jenkins and Jimmy Jacobs of Shiprock. There are " 16 grandchildren. Active paUbearers at the funeral wfll be. Melvin Charlie,' David - Jenkins, Elmer Yazzie, Jimmy Joe, Jimmy Jacobs and Bobby Joe. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial ChapeL.,

U/^JOE—Funeral service for I ..,Karen Marie Patterson Joe, 20, SWprock, who died Friday at : the U.S. PubUc Health Service? ! Hospital fa SWprock; Is sched-. tiled for 10 a.m. i Tuesday at Christ the King Catholic. Church fa SWprock with the Rev. Larry Sdireiber officlat; fag. Burial will be fa SWprock • Cemetery. Survivors include; sher husband, James C/; Joe . rit.; son, Jaraes/C. Joe IU;; both of the home; parents, Mr. and Mrs. David E. Patterson,,; SWprock; four brothers, David . Patterson,! Michael Patterson, and,, Patrick Patterson, aU of . Shiprock, and Marcus' Pat- : terson, Farmington; and sis1 ter, Sandy Yazzie, SWprock. Active pallbearers will be •David,;Patterson, Marcus Pat-' tersori, Michael Patterson, f'Eugene B. Joe, Jammie B. Joe and Franklin Johnson. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

JONES — Funeral service is scheduled at 10 ajn.- Wednesday ta the Blufi, Utah, LDS Church for Jack Jones, 33, of Bluff, with President Merlin Morgan officiating. Burial wfll be fa the family cemetery in Bluff. PaUbearers at the funeral will be Richard-Mustache,, Willis Jones, Harvey John Atcitty, Dominick Mustache, Aaron Lameman and Michael Mustache. Jonetf. died Friday in Denver, Colo., of: stab wounds. A general laborer andr^ a member of the Catholic, Church, he was the son of RoyO, Jones and Lomse Attclty.O; Jones is survived by fathers Roy Jones of Blanding, Utah;— seven brothers Willis , JonesH* James Roy Jones, Paul JonesH/ Richard Mustache,' DomfaldT-* Mu st a c h e , M le h ae 1. R: Mustache,'and William Mustache, aU of Bluff; two j sisters Virginia Henriques .-of Salt Lake City, Utah and Rose Ella Mustache of Bluff; her. j grandmother Maiy Atdtty of Bluff; seven nieces and 10 nephews. Funeral arrangements are .under the direction : of Lee and Oviatt Mortuary.

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JDJt—'' Funeral sendcejfor Dan Jim, 94,; of Tied i__ck/ Trading Post, Ariz., who died at the SWprock PubUc Health Service Hospital -rinday, is set for 10 ajn ; Friday at the Christian Reformed,Churdi fa' - SWprock with/the fley. Abe Koolhaas officiating. Burial will,follow a t the Shiprock. cemetery. Sjirvivors include his wlfe-Emma-Jlm-of Farm- / faglbri;,fpur sons, Grey Jim of Shiprock, Glen and Joe Watson = Jim of Red Rock, Ariz., and/ Eugene Doririy Jim of Califor: ' nia; two daughters, Gertrude BenaUy of Red^; Bock, .Ariz., and Lucy Nakai of.SWprock; 24 grandchUdren and 12 greatgrandchildren. Funeral arrangements/are under the / direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. JIM —Funeral service for AUen Jim, -S^Fruitland, wfll be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cope Memorial; Chapel with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burial will-be in Memory Gardens. He was pronounced dead on arrival Wednesday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. He-Was preceded fai death by his father, Sonny Jim; Survivors faclude his mother, Anna Jim of Fnutland; three/sisters, Alice. Palmer of Fruitland, Hden Harvey Jim and Mary Barber of Upper Fruitland; \ j and three brothers, Harry Jim,' i Ray Howard Jim Sr. arid Billy !Joe Jim, all, of Upper ; /, '- -'"--• «•— Frmtland. PaUbearers wfll be i Curtis Jim, Deter Necenti; Ray 1 Howard Jim ST., Ray Hoarad Jim Jr., Bobby ManuaUto and Billy JoeJlm. Funeral ar- ; rangements are under the ; direction dt Cope Memorial j ChapeL QJjrjraiffftff. f f 7<f

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JIM- Mary Jim, 70, Bisti Highway,died March 15 at her home. Funeral service will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at the FuU Gospel Church, 702 N. AUen with Evangelist Davey Wagner officiating. Burial wfll be fa ; Memory Gardens. Pallbearers wfll be Bob Begay,;: Clifford Jordan, Tom; Josea, Jimmie Burns, David Peter and Jimmie Jackson. She was a sheep rancher and weaver. Her husband, Little Jlrii preceded her in death in 1969. Survivors facludettireedaughters, Anme L. Begay, Kirtland; AUce May Jordan an Judy Lee Jackson, Farmington, a son/Roy Jim, Fannington; three brothers; Wesley Hemstreet, Crystal; John Gleason, Farmington; Navajo Thomas Jr., Phoenix; sister, PauUne Begay, Farm- \ - ington; 13 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Cope Memorial Chapel is fa charge of arrangements.

' •-•' ~<sr . ,/":: ' ' /JOHNSON — Funeral/ service for Alice Klnlicheeny Johnson,, 74, SanOstee/.wfll be at, .Ip/.a/rn^tSaturday >_t|tte Sanostee -Christian Ref6r_ied Church ; with Trank > Curley officiating.- Burial wfll/be ; fa the/fa_uly---plot; at-Sanostee? Mrs! Johnson died Thursday at San Juan Regional; Medical Center. Survivors indude two sons, Anos Johnson Jr. and Harvey'Johnson Sr., boith/of Sanostee and ttiree daughters,/ Esther Yazzie; and Helen J., Yazzie of Sanostee and Rose T." Yazzie of SWprock. There are 30 grandchUdren and six greatgrandchildren. Pallbearers will be Anos Johnson -Jr., Harvey Johnson Sr., Larry Yazzie, Wilson Howard, Jlmiriie Smith and David Cohoe. Funeral arrangements are under diredion ot SWprock Funeral Home.^ 0 e A . / C('7<A

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JIM—Graveside service for Joe Jim, 78, ChUchinbeto, Ariz., who died Friday at his home,..was held at 11 ajn. today at;Chilchiribeto Community Cemetery with the Rev. Flann officiattag; Jim is survived by his wife, Dorothy Jim, five sons, two daughters arid six grandchUdren,

JONES — Funeral sfervice fo'r; Oliver Dan Jones, 16, SWprock,. wiU be at lOiajn. .Friday'-at Christ; .the"King?; 'CathoUc Church in SWprock .-•: /with the- Rev.' .-Lawrence.,' i Schreiber, OFM, officiating. I Burial will be in Memory . Gardens. Jones died Sunday at. his home.- He was the son of Dan and Irene Jones of SWp'. rock. In addition to his parents MARTINEZ—Funeral ser-v fjie is. survived by ttiree sisters, vice for Jose Francisco'tMarie, Rosemary and Chrisa Martinez, 65, Aztec, who died; sjean Jones, and a brother, from natural causes SatuMay WiUiam Jones, all of SWprock. Iq.Las Vegas, N.M., is set for There are several surviving Ip a.m. ;Tuesday at-.St. aunts and uncles., PaUbearers Joseph's Catholic Church in . wfll be. WiUiams Jones, TomMtec with thie Rev. Myron UW \ :, my BenaUy, Lorenzo BenaUy, officiating^: Burial will be in! i Johnny Kady, GilbertHanison Aztec Cemetery. A rosary will!.-, I and Rudy Byellie. Funeral be recited at 7 pjn. today? at; L e e S - ; Oviatt Mortuary^ Martlne-f^as-fcorn April; i, arrangements are under the ' ipYn'-. . - _ _ * . _ , ._—___,_ direction of Cope Memorial

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JOHNSON — Funeral service for Fritz Ramone John- \ .son, 23,: Shiprock, will be at 10.. ; _t.m. Saturday at the First 'Uriited Methodist Church of SWprock With the Rev. Paul-J) West and the Rev. Sam Wynrr'. officiating. Burial will,.be in .• the SWprock Commimlty Cem- , • etery. Johnson died Tuesday athis home. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Mary Jane Ahtcitty Johnson; a son, : Michael Ramone Johnson; two brothers, Sam Ramone and . Eddie Sorrelhorse, all of SWprock; five sisters, Ada Johnson , : ~of:'Far'mingtOrif*and'*Frie'da. J Morgan, Arlene, Jennifer arid' Agnes Sorrelhorse, all of SWprock; and his grandfather, ArcWe Ahtcitty. of SWprock. Pallbearers will be Nelson Bedoni, Larry Tully; Eddie Sorrelhorse, Joe Ramone, Nelson E. Johnson, Wallace Weaver, William Lee Sr., WiUiam McKinley, Jimmy Water and Tommy Benally. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the SWprock' Funeral Home. ^ /_.£*-,

JOHNSON - Edith B. Johnson, 62, of Shiprock, was pronounced dead on arrival Tuesday at the Shiprock Public Health Service Hospital. Funeral service is scheduled at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Christian Reformed Church, Shiprock, with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burial will be in ; SWprock Cemetery. Survivors include two sons, James Johnson of Brigham City, Utah, and •Leo Johnson Sr.:of Shiprock; ; five-daughters, Irene Yabeney, i Marie Tony, Minnie Franklin, i Betty Garnanez. and Caroline Jim, all of Shiprock; a sister, ; Ora1: Jim of Shiprock; and three-brothers, Old Man • Badonl and.' Roy Walters Sr. both of Cude'l, and John Walters of Cove, Ariz. There are 21; grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. .Active pallbearers will be Jimmie Tony Jr., Darrell Yabeny, Gerald Yabeny; Johnny Johnson, LeO; Johnson Jr., and James Johnson Jr. Honorary pallbearers wilt be James Johnson Sr^.Leo Johnson Sr., John Walters, Roy Walters Sr., Jimmie Tony Sr., and Calvin Garnanez. Funeral arrangements are udder the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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. »I____,J .«»._ JOHNSON - Arnold E. maiernai gram-pa. ...u., ™»_j vice for Ferguson Alfred JohnJohnson, 19, Fruitland, died and Grace Tsosie of Farmson 6-year-^d son of Jonah I Saturday as the result of a ington; and paternal grandand Rosita Thomas Johnson of motorcycle-auto accident on parents, Harry and Lydia SWprock, will be at-1 p j a U.S. 550. Funeral sendee will Johnson of Fruitland. Funeral Saturday at the G r e " " " d i be at 1 pjn. Tuesday at the arrangements are under the Catholic C h u r c h at First Baptist Church of Kir. direction of Cope Memorial Greasewood, Ariz., with the land with the Rev. Dick Smith Chanel i a / P s a 7 A ? l 4 < r n officiattag; Burial will be in . Chapel. j ^ C L U - ^ L . / ^ ' S U R e v D a n Wefer, OFM, of St. v Memory Gardens. Johnson . : Michaels, Ariz., officiating. graduated from Kirtland High Burial will be in t h e T School in 1980. He is survived JOHN — Funeral service for Greasewood Commumty Cemby his parents, Morris and Sarah Francis John, 45, Teec- etery. The boy drowned WedMartha Johnson of the family nospos, Ariz., will be held 10 nesday afternoon ta an irrigahome; two sisters, Sharon a jn. Monday at Cope Memori- tion ditch and was pronounced Smith of Albuquerque and al Chapel with the Rev. Allen dead on arrival at the PubUc Michelle Anna Johnson of Neskai J r . ' a n d ; Thomas Health Service Hospital in Frmtland; two brothers, VerTodacheeny officiattag. Burial SWprock. In addition to Ws non Z. Johnson and Benson W: cemetery. Mrs. John died parents, he is survived by a wiU be ta Memory Gardens brother, Feddersen Johnson, Johnson, both of Fruitland; Thursday at the San Juan and his grandmother, Louise Regional Medical "Center after Johnson of S a n o s t e e . an illness. Survivors include Pallbearers will be Ernest JOE — Funeral" service for' her husband, Nelson John;. of Begay,, Albert Denetso, 1-C_ 1 1 U - _ J 1 U , _ _ _ l l | d U I i l l , OI " - & " J ...mm.T • _ _ Teecnospos; tWee daughters ) Eugene Thompson, Marvin Be a Rox Emma John Joe, 15, SWprock, s J ff ~ _--=.Cynthia Begaye, Waterflow. ~ - t8—y.. _- • y Thomas and who died Saturday ta Farmj Sharon Avery and Yvonne Levon Begay. Funeral ar1 ington, will be at 1:30 p.m. John, both of Teecnospos; four rangements are under the Friday at the LDS Church in' brothers, Herbert Johnson and direction of the SWprock. FuSWprock with Bishop James RusseU Todacheeny, both of neral H o m e / a ^ S a ^ _S 8 ® Harry Begay officiating.. . SWprock, Woody Todacheeny Burial will be at the Shiprock and Stanley McThomas, both Community Cemetery. Miss of Teecnospos; four sisters, Joe-was an eighth-grade stuSadie Deshnod, Shiprock, JOE — Funeral service for dent at Tse'Bit'ai Junior High Esther Cambridge, Cora Little Joe, 72, SWprock, will be School in Shiprock and a I Begay and Helen Todacheeny, at 11 ajn. Thursday at the member of the SWprock LDS ! aU of Teecnospos; and tWee SWprock Christian Reformed Church. She is survived by grandchildren, Diana, Sabrina, •Church with the Rev. Abe three brothers, Larry Joe, I and Dallas Begaye, x_ WaterKoolhaas, officiating. Burial SWprock, Henry Joe, Provo, [ flow. Active paUbearers wiU be wiU be ta the SWprock CemeUtah, and Johnnie John Joe, Elbert,- Charley, and Delbert tery with graveside' services Logan, Utah; three sisters, John, Victor Begay, Henry conducted by the Shiprock Marie Joe, SWprock; Marilyn ' Todacheeny, and RusseU M. Veterans Of Foreign Wars i Joe, Salt Lake City, Utah, and Todacheeny. Funeral arrangeMorgan-Stager Post. Joe died , Nora Joe, SWprock, as well as ments are: under the direction : Monday at ' the San Juan her grandmother, Mrs. Mae K. j of Cope Memorial Chapel. Regional Medical Center. He ,Lee, also of Shiprock. Active 1 pallbearers will be Roger Lee, / 4 £ m ^ £ A $ & was a,; retired sUversriiith and V a'veteran of World War II. Billy John, Harrison . Shorty, Survivors include his wife, Gilbert Shorty, Roytee HarMrs, Mary Ann; Joe of SWprison and Henry Joe. Funeral A3/<3c^7/f^o rock; four sons, Eric Joe of arrangements are under the Mitten Rock, and Deswood direction of Shiprock Funeral JOHLE — Funeral'service H v for Chee Johle, 21, Newcomb, Johnson; Keith Russell and Raymond Joe, aU of SWprock; I wUl be at 10 ajn. Saturday at ? five daughters, Ada Nez: of [ the Assembly of God Church ot Frmtland, Diane Henderson of ; Newcomb with the ReVl. Larry Mitten Rock, and Irene Yel; Emerson officiating. Burial lowhorse, Dyrene Buck and Jo wiU be In the famUy cemetery W$~~A „_w-.~-—,-- . _ • Tues-• Anne King, aU of SWprock; • at Newcomb. 7 e - ^ . w ^ JOE. — Funeral service for n JoWe died OE-Fun day at his and a sister.i Mary George ,<_ e Harry Joe, 46, who died Jan. retired radr^d worker. S^ Mitten-Rock. There are 40 31 in Sacramento, Calif., will wors mdude to wrfe S^ae . . ^ dchi]d be at 10 ajn. Saturday at the YazzieJohle of W » M I grandchildren. Pallbearers Brewer Funeral Home home; three sons ^ » Chee. , ^ fc Chapel. Burial will be ta 4 Greenlawn Cemetery. Joe ^ • _ Oiee,_ ^f Sof Newcomo : H e n d w l £ S S ^ Walter ECadmSi; Herbert joWe _ r . merson B was born Jan. 7, 1936 at Fruitland. Survivors include & t T i S f S ^ S I ^HichardCadman.^y Ws mother, Elizabeth Joe; Mrs. i « ..... e - . l i S S f | g ; S ? Jeanette Brown five brothers, Tom Johnson, comb and Mrs. Esther Frank Wilford Joe,. George Joe, st~¥I~,: ' of Two! Grey Hills. Jliere'are i -Herman Atchltty and PaW 1 18. grandchildren /and two Joe, all of Frmtland; two sisf g.£e;a t- grah-d ; c! h i.ldr;e n!,. ,j ters,, Fandy Joe of Los AngelPallbearerswiU be Ray-Vai-L' es, Calif., and Alie Joe of Henry Johtej. Harry Johle!. Frmtland. Funeral arrangei Chee, Irvin Johle, James ments are under the direction i • Brown Jr; and James JoWe.; of Brewer Funeral Home. Funeral arrangements- are un-[ der the direction of ..the Ship.,:

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' XJOE — I^e-^-Servlce fbP .Ruby Joe, 60, SWprock; who died at. 11-.30 a.m. Friday at her home, will be at 10 ajn. Wednesday at the Shiprock Funeral/Home Chapel with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie of the : Christian Reformed Church -of Farmington officiating. Burialwill follow in the Shiprock Community Cemetery. Survivors include her, husband, Ben Joe of ShiprocK;i three . sons, Wfflie Jim of Waterflow, .Richard Jim of Phoenix, Ariz.,' and Sammy Joe of SWprock; i three daughters, Marie Joe, Betty Joe and Bessie Joe, aU of Shiprock; orie brother, Elwood Pettigrew of Shiprock;, and two sisters Mrs. Stella j Lewis and Mrs- ma Pettigrew. • i Mrs; Joe Is also survived hy,, ' five grandchildren. Active pallbearers,w_l.be Wallace . Lewis, Sammy Joe, Franklin Pettigrew; Richard Jim, Leo i Lewis antf Jerry Lewis. Funer- , I al arrangements are under the. direction of the SWprock Funeral Home. ytTATTtAO

JAKE — Funeral service for John Jake, a 60-year-old resident of Counselor, wiU be held : at 11 ajn. Monday at the Brethren Navajo Mission, Counselor ;~Wlth the Rev. TuUy Butler offiating. Burial wiU be in the Counselor cemetery. He died Monday ta Cuba after an illness. Jake, a World War H veteran of the U.S. Army, was a member of the Ojo Encino school board and the Parents Advisory Committee of the Cuba Independent School District. Survivors include his wife, Irene Jake, of the family ; home; two sons, Leonard and ! Leo Jake; one stepson, James ' Jake; six daughters, Lois and ! Arlene Jake, Virgima WelUto, i Bessie CastUlo, Betty Salazar, and Jeimie Pinto, aU of the : Counselor area. There are 40 grandchUdren and one greatgrandcluld. Active paUbearers will be Paul and Jimmie Castillo, Frank Julian, Roy CastUlo, James Jake, and Dan WUUe. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Cope I Memorial Chapel.

JOE^ -Tun^TserVJjC- _b Larry John Joe, 22, SWprock, . wUl be at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Church of Jesus Christ of ; Latter-day Saints iri SWprock with Bishop James H- Begay officiattag. Burial wiU be ta the Shiprock Community i Cemetey. Joe was'found dead

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••.': -ULL_M—Turieriu_eT_ce "for Glenna T. Julian, 69, Escrito Trading Post, wiU be at. 10 a.m. Thursday a t the /Escrito Chapel of the Church Sof Jesus Christ of Latter-day Isaints with Bishop Leonard ifeopez officiattag. Burial wil! be in the Escrito Cemetery. Mrs. JuUan died March 24 at : the Cuba. Health Cltaic, She j was preceded in death, by a [son,- John Jake ta February L'1981. Survivors include six (•sons, Fred Tso JuUan, Frank ' and Sam Yazzie Julian of Escavado, Chee Yazzie Julian : of Boise, Idaho, Lynn S. i JuUan of Ganado, Ariz.; and Dan JuUan of Cuba; and four ! daughters, Mary s MitcheU, i Bertha- BenaUy and Dorothy • LaneU of.Escavado and AnWe Jack of Helper, Utah. There are 22 .grandchUdren. ; PaUbearers will, be Freddie ; BenaUy, Randy Jack; DanWe I Julian, Ghee/'Mitchell, Frank 1 Julian and Samuel Julian. (•Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope ; Memorial ChapeL

JORDAN — Funeral service .for Clifford Jordan, 20, of ! Farmington; who died last . Wednesday at his home, .wiU be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the First Baptist Church with die Rev. Dayton Blackwater of_ ficiating. Burial will be in ; Memory Gardens. Survivors include his parents, Sam and AUce Jordan of Farmington; tWee sisters, Bessie Ray of Bloomfield and Joann and Esther Jordan of the. family I home; and two brothers, . Wilford and Raymond Jordan 'of the family home. Active | pallbearers will be Ernest j Begay,; Wilson Ray, Johnson i Ray„ David Peter, Jimmy j Bums and Alex Shields. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. '-_> ' JOHNSON•'•—' Funeral sef-' vice for Kee R. Johnson, 44, SWprock, will be at 10 ajn.
Saturday at the Brewer Fu-. N • ^Nneral Home Chapel, with the!; Q . Rev. AUenNeskai officiattag. fv.. Burial wiU be. in GreeWawn /Cemetery. Active paUbearers """ wiU be Danny Johnson,' Am1 brose Oliver, WaUy CoUins, Leonard Clark, Larry Francis and' Arthur Lowe. Hon0 pTr orary pallbearers wiU be : ^ X ^ f r a n k AUen, Joe B. Begay, \ T N Harry Yazzie and Leroy._ p i Johnson.-Funeral arrange--! •*_ ments are urfder the direction

April 12 in the San Juan River near Hogback. He was preceded in'death by Ws mother, NeUle JoWi Harrison Joe, Nov. 28, 1970; and his father, Charley John Joe, July 29, 1972; and a sister, Emma John Joe, Sept. 13, 1980. Survivors include two brothers, Henry John Joe of Provo, Utah, and- Johimle John Joe of Logan, Utah; tWee sisters, Marie John Joe of SWprock, Nora John Joe of .'. Rock Point, Ariz., and Marilyn John Joe of Farm, ington; and two 'grandmothers, .Mrs. Kay Lee and Mrs. Hosteen Abana Bitwie • of SWprock. PaUbearers wUl - be MitcheU Yazzie, RusseU Yazzie, Roger Lee, Henry John, Joe, Johnnie John Joe ' and Benjamin Peters. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the SWprock , Funer- Home of SWprock.

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.JOHNSON — Funeral ser' vice for Herbert Johnson ST., 57, Two Grey Hills, willi be at 10 a_m. Saturday at the Church | of Jesus Christ of Latter-day ' Saints Chapel at Toadlena with 'Pierce Nakai officiating.; Burial, wiU be- in the family cemetery. He died Wednesday i'at the aiiprock; r77A Health j Service Hospital, Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Nellie /.Curley Johnson of; the family home;-three stepsons, James ;: Curley of Sanostee, Kenn6th I Curley Sr< of Tuba City, Ariz., u andj.GlIbert "Curley of Two • Grey Hills; five sons, Evans I Nopaleori of SWprock, Willard I Johnson of Salt Lake City and [ Herbert Johnson:! Jr., Robert i Johnson and Edison Johnson, /all of:Twb Grey Hills; three/ I daughter's;5 Christine Salt of j. Shonto, Ariz., and Lorita Billie ; ani-Virginia. Johnson of,Two Grey Hills; Ws father, Jeny •i Johnson. of Twp Grey, Hills; | and two stepbrothers, a stepj slstei^ .two -brothers and a j sister. Pallbearek's Will be ; Robert Johnson, Herbert John . I son-Jr.i, James Curleyi,,Edison ^Johnson, WUUam Johnson and /Lee. Salt.'.Funeral! arrangements are urider, the /direction of Cope Memorial. Chapel.

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Burial will be in the famUy cemetery ta Crystal. Miss Johnson died July 25 in the I SWprock area,; Survivors taI elude her father,' Roger Johnson, of Ptaedale; her mother, Erma Johnson,' of: Crystal; one sister, Genevieve Bahe of TsaUe, Ariz.; tWee brothers, ! Edward/Jonathan, and Patrick'Johnson, aU of Crystal; one uncle, WUbert Myers of Crystal; and one aunt, Marie Howard of Navajo. Active paUbearers will'be Edison WaUace, Roger/and Edward Johnson, Jerimah Myers, and : Jonathan and Patrick Johnson. Funeral arrangementSj are under direction of Cope; •'"Memorial Chanel. "••;' .''-.
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JOE — Funeral service for Manuel H. Joe, 17, of Sheep Springs, wiU be atlO ajn Saturday-at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Sheep Springs, with branch President Harrison R. Johnson officiating. Bunal -wfll be fa the Beinikaago Cemetery at-Sheep Springs. Joe died Tuesday at the Pubi lie Health Service Hospital m SWprock. He attended SWp_ *.r.,~ _. ;. ,,_,— - -;--,,

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JAMES — Funeral service for Rose C: James, 56, of SWprock was held at 10 a.m. today at Christ the King CathoUc Church, SWprock, . with Father Larry ScWeiber, OFM, officiattag. Burial was. in Sheep Springs Commumf$! Cemetery. She died Friday „t | Umversity of New Mexicd.: BCMC Hospital in. Albu- ' querque,; She was employed ' by the Bureau of Indian £f-, fairs as a loan specialist in the credit branch. She began her career of 36 years with the BIA as a secretary to the past Agericy Superintendent E. G. Jonas. She was a member of Christ the King CathoUc Church. Survivors include a half-brother, Jasper K. t Curley, Sheep Springs; two '' aunts,;- Kay C. Bennett, GaUup, and Rose C. Watchman, Sheep Springs; tWee uncles, WUson Keedah,: Fort Defiance, Ariz., Frank Keedah and Juan Edsitty, Sheep Spririgs. PaUbearers were Juan Ortega, E.G. Jonas, Larry Irvin, Albert Lujan, Art UUbani and Tom Leuppe. Funeral' arrangements -were -with SWprock Funeral Home. • .••'.••.

! rock High School and. is survived by his father, Peter H. Joe, SWprock; mother, Roselyn Saltwater; a brother, Lorenzo Joe; SWprock; two sisters, Lite Rose Joe, Mexican Hat, Utah, and Mrs. Bertha Tom Chee, SWprock; and -his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Rita Joe Begay, NascWtti. PaUbearers wiU be ; Peter H. Joe, Roger H. Joe, I Bennie Joe,;Ned Morgan, AnI derson Dez,; Emmerson j Watchman; Luther. Joe and Paul. Begay. Funeral arrangements are, under the direction of the SWprock Fu.. neralHbme.; '•'/ - •
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-'JUMK •—• rimerai service for Lflly B.'John, 72, SWprock, was held at 10 ajn. Saturday at First Baptist Church in SWprock. Mrs, John was bom-April 10, 1909 in SWp/rock-and diedi Wednesday at 'her home. The/Rev. Allan C... NeskaW Jr. officiated at the : : service that Was foUowed by burial in SWprock Cemetery. Survivors faclude her !__ -band, Rayiriond JoWi of the family home, two daughters;: Julia J. Barton of Beclabito and Christine Yazzie of SWprock; five sons, Kee John and Delbert John of SWprock, Elbert J. and Nelson John of Teecnospos, JAriz., and Charley John of. Farmington.

mere are _a grandchUdren and- eight great-grandcWldren. PaUbearers were Charley John, Elbert J. John, Ronald Barton, Nelson John, Delbert John and Eugene Barton. Funeral arrange-; ments were under the direction of Cope Memorial
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JIM — Funeral service for Emma Jim, 88, of Red Valley, Ariz., wiU be at 10 a.m. Friday at Christian Reformed^ Church in SWprock. , She died Monday at San Juan Manor. The Rev. Howard Begay wiU• officiate for the ' service with burial to be in ' "SWprock Cemetery. Mrs. Jim was preceded ta death by her husband, Dan Jim, In 1977. / Survivors include two daughters, Gertrude BenaUy, Red Valley, Ariz., and: Lucy

' ' 'A'.• Nakai, .SWprock; four sons, . Grey Junj/. SWprock,. Glenn t Jim, Farmington, Joe Jim,'-.: Red VaUey, and Eugene. JlihJ.Dowriey, Calif. There are 23 * j ' grandchildren and 19 great-. grandcWIdren. Funeral ar.- • '• rangements are under the .direction of Cope; Memonal J' Chapel.' . . HE_fe-_».

amnSO^Tlar/.SflSS" - Jumbo, 91, died Tuesday at i Sari Juan Manor, where she i was a resident. Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Satur1 day at the Toadlena Church i of Jesus Christ of Latter-day SWnts, with President Pierce Nakai officiating. Burial wiU / be /fa Toadlena Ceirieteiy. !/ Shei .was1 the foster /daughter I j of Mi-: and Mrs. J.E/Shelten. Shelton was the first superintendent of the , SWprock ; 1 j -Agency.- Survlyorsl'lnehide ": I h e r' h u s b a n d;/ 6 e o r g|e',, i - Toadlena; three daughters, j Farime Charley arid Edith r Tsosie,.'Farmington, and i Martha Josea, Toadlena; a son, Frank Johnson, Sanostee, and a brpthp.-'Boy Johnson,. Burnham. There L are /27;/!grandchildren,./;49 great-grandcWldren and two ' great-great-grandchildren.-. i PaUbearers wfll be Ed Josea Jr., Edwfa I.; Josea, Edgar | D. Joisea,i Kenneth'-. MlUer, f, Micheal* Charley and Ronald A Tsosie. Richard: Barton will be honorary/pallbearer. Fu-. neral. arrangements are under the. direction of Brewer. Funeral Home. &
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SteWey Jack J r i lemorial sendees wUl be Wednesday at, ifl a.m. at the Brewer Funeral Home with Charley' Y. .Brown officiating. Mr. Jack/was bom in SWprock and is survived by to iribther, Jeanette Jack, of Carson,: his father* StaWey jack Sr.,,of Hogback,^three sisters; Christine Jack and Bertha Jack, both of SWprock and Carol Jack Simpson, of Farmington; six brothers, Melvin Jack, of Las' Vegas, \Hev., DaWel Jack, of Hobbs, Steven Jack, Melvta Paul, Marvin "Paul and Brian BenaUy, aU three of Fannington. He is also survived by bis patemal grandparents, /Stella and Lowe Jack, of j Hogback. PaUbearers wfll be ! Wayne Modrow and Herbert • Simpson. Funeral arrange-ments,are under the direction \ of Bcewer Funeral Hon)?-( i

JONES — Daisy Jones; 74, of Hogback, died Wednesday at the PubUc Health Service hospital to SWprock. Friends . may caU at the Cope Chapel, 404 W. _rringtent from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.. Funeral services .. wfll; be held on Monday at 10 a.m. at the Church of God in Waterflow with Rev. WilUam Harrison officiating. Burial wfll be at the SWprock Cemetery! Mrs. Jones was bora fa 1907 in Hogback and survivors indude; two daughters, Lelia Russell, of . Fniitland, and Jean Wing of Towaoc, Colo.; a son, Tony Jones, of Hogback; and a brother, Charlie Clah,' of SWprock. There are 16 grandchildren, and 8 g r e a t grandcWldren. PaUbearers will be Richard RusseU, Wilber Foster, Raymond Jones,: Herman Hunt, Merle Burbank, and Lammel RusseU.; Honorary paUbearers Will be Lloyd RusseU,'Ronald \ Morgan,, Frederick Wing, Tony /Jones, Clyde RusseU, and Melvin RusseU. Funeral arrangeinents are under the direction of Cope Memorial;/; Chapel. l<A7yynA JONES — Funeral service for .David Tom Jones, .29, SWprock, iwfll be at ld,,a_m. ! Wednesday at the Brewer F_,neral Home Chapel,, with Lewis Talk of the Church of, ;Jesus Chiist-of Latter-day*' Saints-officiating. Burial wiU , be iri Memory- Gardens. .Jones died Wednesday'at the i/PubUc Health Service Hospital fa SWprock.! He.was a member of the LDS Church 'and wasjireceded in death by

par /ifg^ : a son, Levi'"Jones., Survivors include to parens,. Tom and i AUce Jones; two:; brothers, StaWey T, and/Tommy- T. . Jones,, and a sister, Carmalia Nelson, all. of Shiprpck. j PaUbearers wfllbe.StaWey T. i Jones,' Oelbert Begay, j Wilfred Nelson,. Robert. Begay, Lambert Begay, .Jones Charles and Tom ; BenaUy. Funeral arrangements are under the direction

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JOHN — Charley John, 88, of Red VaUey; Ariz, died Monday, March 1, at the SWprock PubUc Health Service hospital. Funeral services wiU be at 10 a.m. Monday at Christ the Ktag CathoUc Church in SWprock, with Brother Tony Augustine, , OFM, officiating.'John was born in Lukachukai, Ariz, and is survived by; Ws wife; MUdred Nez John, of Red VaUey; two daughters, Elsie . Tan and Mamie Chee,, both of SWprock; two sons, Howard Lee John, of SWprock, and Kee .Charley John, of Red VaUey. There are 26 grandchUdren and 31 great-grandcWldren. PaUbearers wfll be, Leo Tan, Norman Hunt, Larry Johnson, Ray Tan, Richard Edwards, and 'Nelson,V. John. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial -Chapel.

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JIM — Funeral service for . Ora B. Jim, 69, SWprock, wiU be at 2 pjn. today at the i L.D.S. Chapel, Shiprock. Born Dec. 23, 1912, at. SWprock, she died Thursday at the PubUc. Health Service Hospital at SWprock. Bishop James H. Begay wiU officiate i. the service with burial to be fa SWprock Cemetery. Survivors include six daughters, Anne Coleman, Cudeu; Doris Montoya and Elsie Hatch, Fruitland; Dorothy Garcia, Waterflow; Elsa Curley, Fort Defiance, Ariz., and LaVeme Jim, Las Cruces; three sons, Glen Jim, GaUup; Kenneth Jim, Chtale, Ariz., and Larry Jim, Shiprock; three brothers, Mann Bedonie, i Ciideil;! John Walters, Cove, Ariz., and Roy Walters, Cudeil; 26 grandchUdren and 12 great-grandchildren. PaUbearers wiU be Timothy ; Coleman, DarreU -Yabeny, i Jimmie J. Walters,- Norman Walters, Jeny Montoya and Johnny- Hatch. Honorary paUbearers wiU be Steward Hatch Sr., Roy Walters, Paul Walters, Mann Bedonie and Jon Walters. Local arrangements are under the direction of CoDe„Memorial Chapel-

BLACKIE — Funeral service ; for Pete Blackie, 82, Blanco Canyon, wiU be at 10 a.m.: Wednesday at the Brethren in Christ Mission, t with the Rev. Harvey BitsiUy officiattag. Burial wiU be ta the Bretiiren in Christ Mission Cemetery.'Blackie died Saturday at the Cuba Health ' Center. Survivors include two sons, Roy Black of Idaho Falls, Idaho, and Frank Blackie of Blanco Canyon; and a daughter, Bessie Johnson of Blanco Canyon. There are 24 grandcWldren and 57 great-grandchildren. PaUbearers will, be StaWey Curley, Thompson John, Alvin John, Robert, Yazzie, , Louie A. Chavez and Emest Nez. Honorary paUbearers wfll be PWUip Blackie, Harrison Blackie and; Eddie Valdez.; Funeral arrangements are under the direction O Brewer Funeral Home. • f

JOHNSON — Wayne JoW. son, 85, ot Red VaUey, Ariz., died Monday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital fa Shiprock. Funeral service was at 10 a.m. today at Christian-Reformed ChurchtaRed VaUey. The Rev. Howard Begay officiated, with burial in Commmiity Cemetery fa Red VaUey. Survivors Include his wife, Lora JoWison, ot Red Valley; six sons, WilUe, Franklin, Manuel, Albert, Henry and Harry Johnson; two daughters, AnWe ! Slim and Mabel Kingr and two brothers, Willie Garfield 1 and Garfield Waye, aU of Red VaUey. There are 23 grandchildren and' nine greatgrandcWldren. PaUbearers .were.WUbert Johnson, Harry Johnson, Franklln Johnson, Henry Johnson, WUUe Johnson and Irvin Slim. Funeral anangements were under the ' direction of: Cope Memorial ;

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i l S t — Allan DeWayne Jim, 4, Shiprock, died Wednesday at PubUc Health Service Hospital in SWprock. He was bom July 24, 1977. . Funeral service is to be at 10 / a jn.-Saturday, with Rlchard McDonald of the Home Ministry FeUowsWp conducting the service in the First Urated Methodist Church,- SWprock. Burial will follow ta Shiprock.Cemetery. Survivors ; include his parents, : Manuel and Leola Mae Jim, SWprock; a brother, Elden Brian Jim of the family home; his maternal grandparents, Alfred and Leona Bennett, SWprock; his matert nal great-grandmother, Rachel Noswood, .SWprock^ an aunt,.Vivian Smith, SWpt--1 rock; 'three uncles,': Geraldt RusseU, Tony Bennett, and i Robbie Bennett, all of SWp, rock; a cousin, Gary Russell, and paternal grandmother, Vera Joe Nakai, both of SWpi rock. Pallbearers are/to be Torry R. Berinett, Gerald RusseU, Robbie Bennett! jand-; Gairy'- RusseU. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

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I Branch President Peairs Nakai offidating:'Burial wiU , I be fa the family cemetery in • Two Grey .Hills. Johnson, a weU know medicine man for,; 72 years, was bom March 15, I 1887, in Sheep Springs and ;.' was dead on/arrival at the SWprock PubUc Health Ser- ' vice Hospital in SWprock Tuesday. Survivors include: one d a u g h t e r , E l s i e Napoleon, of Two Grey Hills; one step-daughter, Nettie Bratabridge, of Cuba; two sons, Albert Johnson. ST.,. of SWprock, and Hubert Johnson Sr., of Two Grey Hills; two step-sons, Wilbert | McDonald, of Two Grey Hills, • and Gilbert Cllnchee,;; of , Navajo. There are 49 grandcWldren and 33 great-grandcWldren.j PaUbearers were Terry Tsosie , Billy McDonald, Evans Napoleon, Harry McDonald, Harrison Keith, and Clifford McDoriald...Funeral arrangements/are under the. direction of Cope; Memorial chapel.' ;

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JUUANTO —Funeral service for Harriett Joe JuUanto, 53, of Kirtland, was been set for 10 a.m. Tuesday at • Cope Memorial Chapel, the . Rev. Sampson Yazzie of. fidattag. BuriaT wiU_ be_jn__ . M e m o r y Gardens. Mrs. JuUanto died-., Thursday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. She was bom June 15, 1929, ta San Juan County. ..Survivors include; her husband, John, of Kirtland; ttiree daughters, Lucy Benal! ly and Alexandra and Carrie ' Renee JuUanto, all of ;• Kirtland; mother,, PauUne • Joe of Nageezi; two brothers, Woody Harrison of i Farmington and Harry Sain of Up;; "per/Fruitland; three;! slstersi / Mary Harrison of/Upper' Fruitland, Jennie'Joe Pf . Tarzana, Calif., and June Beyale of Kirtland;!/ numerous aunts, uncles, Weces and /nephews. There are seven i grandcWldren. Pallbearers /will be Patterson Brown, Manuel' Beyale,: Joey-Dennison, Virgil- Wayne Har• rison, Rudy Harrison and Harold Sam. Funeral ar!• rangements ; are under the . direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

JOE — Funeral service Wr Aaron Lee Joe, 8-montl--d son of Jim and Helen Joe ot SWprock, will be at 10 a.m Tuesday at the First Assembly ot God Church fa SWprock. Burial wiU be in the SWprock Cemetery: The baby died Friday at the PubUc Health Sendee Hospital ta SWprock. Survivors ta addition to his parents, include a sister, Andrea Joe of the famUy home; bis paternal grandparents, Tom and Lucy Joe, SWprock; and his matemal grandparents, James and Ruth' Lee, SWprock, There are numerous aunts, uncles, meces and nephews. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

JIM — Bom July 2, 1961, SWrlea Ann Jim, 21, of SWprock, died Saturday as the result of an automobUe accident near SWprock. Funeral service wiU be at 10 a.m. Fri-, day at the Open Bible Baptist Church in Waterflow with the Rev. Donald J_ CWtty officiating! Burial wiU be in

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JOHN - A funeral service for Lucy Ruby John, 77, of TohatcW was to be at 10 a.m \ today at Assembly of God Church in Shiprock with Larry Emerson officiating. Burial was to be to SWprock Cemetery. A rug weaver Mrs. John died Wednesdayat Gallup Care Center. Survivors include three sons, BUly Damon of SWprock, Richard John of Newcomb and David John of WWteriver Ariz.; and .three daughters,' | Evelyn George and Maxine Peterson of Newcomb and Christina Garaenez of SWprock. Funeral arrangements were directed by Basin Mortuary...

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nephew, Clyde Beyale of Hogback; 44 grandchUdren; 37 great-grandchildren; and 18 great-great-grandchildren. Pallbearers are to be George D.' H_mson, Harold Sam, Manuel Beyale, Pete Brown, Joe Dennison Jr. and JuUus Harrison.. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapd. .

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paUbearers are Davey John-' son Sr., Benjairita Scott Jr., George .A. HoWe, Hany J. BadoW, i Bobby/ M/ Charley Sr., LeO Johnson Sr., Darnel KeUywood1 and Reid Hehry KeUywood. Funeral;arrangements are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home.

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JUMBO '•— Funeral service tor Tully Jumbo, 73, of 1 Toadlena, wiU be Monday at 10 a.m. at Cope Memorial ,- .HM — Funeral sendees for William Jim, Chapel. Burial wiU bfrat Memory Gardens Cemetery. Jumbo 36, SWprock, wlU be held 10 a.m. Monday at Brewer Funeral Home Chapel with Bishop ; died Friday at SJRMC. Jumbo was bora Dec. 24, 1909 In Crystal, N.M. He Is survived by Ws wife, JuUa Jumbo, Jerry Thpmas officiattag. Burial will be at family home; six. daughters, Laura Muskett of Window GreeWawh Cemetery. Friends may caU from 1-p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday at Brewer Rock, Ariz., Teresa Adair of Tuelatin, Oregon, Alyce Wagner Funeral HPirie. Jim diedMarchJO.faFann- I of SWprock, Emily Deal of Bloomfield, Serna Jumbo of ington. Hewas bom: OctTt87l947-at SWpToadlena and Marie Karl,of GaUup; three sons, Kee Martina rock, N.M. He was employed as foreman at of Toadlena, Lester Junes of Waterflow and. Nelson Junes of.. Aztec Design and Attended Ignacio High Farmington; two sisters, Glenebah Hardy and Betty McCurSchool. He was a member of the L.D.S. tain of Crystal; five brothers, Paul Jumbo of Woodsprings Church. Survivors include to wife Sylvia; Ariz., Robert Jumbo of SawmlU, Ariz., Howard and John one daughter,.Geraldine; one son, Anothony, Jumbo of Fort Defiance,-Ariz., and Billy Jumbo ot Ganado, of the home; to parents, Mr/and Mrs. John Ariz. There are 25 grandcWldren "and nine great-grandJim of SWprock, N.M.; two sisters, Mary ! cWldren. Pallbearers Kee Martina, Mike FrankUn, Richard Jane Begay of SWprock and Anna Smith of Lewis, James Muskett, Dic1_ey Lewis and Dickie Mike. HonOgden, Utah; and two brothers, Raymond orary paUbearers wiU.be Robert Jumbo, Mike Jumbo,HowJim of SWprock and James Jim of Provo, ard Jumbo, John Jumbo, Lester Junes, Jim Simbolp, Glenn Lewis, James Junes and David BaUey. Funeral arrange. Utah. PaUbearers wiU be PaW Upshaw/ ments are under the direction of Cope-Memorial Chapel. / J i m m y Kelly, Raymond Nolan, - Jones „ m . ^mUALlb & ^ 4 - I . F3 '.Begay, Tommy Bidtah and Emest AUen. : Honorary paUbearers wlU be Raymond Jim, '..9 m m James Jim, Anderson Blatdiford, David Smith, Clyde Smith Jr., Anthony Jim, Dino Jim, Donaovan Jtiri, Ronrae Begay, Wilson Blatdiford, RonWe Jim, Duane Jim and Travis Jim. Funeral arrangements are un. der the direction.of Brewer Funeral Home.

JAY — Funeral semce for^Anna L., Jay, 43, ot SWprock is to be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Christ the King Catholic Church in SWprock. She died Monday ta SWprock. She is survived by her husband~ Johnny Jay of SWprock; ttiree daughters, JaWce, Delores and Debbie; three sons, Jerry, Garry and Peny Jay . of SWprock; parents, Walter and Esther Johnson of Lupton, Ariz.; five sisters and a brother; and two grandchUdren. PaUbearers wiU be Garry Jay, Jeny Jay, Irvin Chee, Raymond AsWey, Dum Thomas Johnson and Lorenzo Lasiloo. Funeral arrange-1 ments are are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. i ^ S A i

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JUMBO — George Jumbo, 71, Toadlena, died Sunday at i the PubUc Health Sendee Hospital ta SWprock. Funeral serI vice wUl be at'lO a;m. Saturday at the Church of Jesus Christ 1 of Latter-day Saints at Toadlena with Branch President i PeatrsKakal Officiating.'-'Burial wlU be to the Toadlena Com1 mimity Cemetery, Jumbo was a sUversmlth-and" a retired I U.S. Civil/''Service, employee: He was a member of the Toadlena LDS Church. Proceeded in death by Ws wife, Mrs. Mary Jumbo, Jan:, 5,1982, his survivors include a son, Frank 1 Johtiion of Sanostee; ttoee daughters, Mrs. Martha Josea of Sanostee, Mrs. Edith Tsosie arid Mrs. Fanme Charley of j Fannington; a brother, Charley Jumbo of Toadlena; and a sister;/ Mrs. Betty Jumbo Natonie of Toadlena. There are 24 granffcWldrdi, 36 great grandchUdren arid two great-grandchUdren: PaUbearers wiU be RonWe Tsosie, Reed Tsosie, Harrison Keith, Edwin Josea, Henry Curley and Kenneth MiUer. The SWprock Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. ', :'s

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:/.-•• - Enos Johnson Jr... . . . i JOHNSON — Funeral services for Enos Johnson Jr., president of Sanostee Chapter House, wfll be at 10 . a.m. .Tuesday at the Christian Reformed Church in Sanostee with the Rev. Frank Curley officiating. Burial will be to i-.the/family ceirietery to Sanbostee.; Johnson was chapter president for two years. He was also a night watchman for Brown Construction, a SWprock farmer, a member of the PubUc Advisory Committee for Central Consolidated Schools and a trainer supervisor for Job Corps in CoUbran, Colo. In addition, he was an ONEO Homnng Developer trainer ta the early 1960's, an executive president for the board of directors of the Native American Church at Sanostee and a uranium miner with his own mine ta that area. Survivors Include six sons, Sgt. David Edward Johnson, US. Army, Baburg, "West Germany; Clarence Duke Johnson, Grand Junction, Colo.; Emest Lee Johnson, Farmington; Deaa-Rusty Johnson, I Gary Lee Johnson and Lindin ! Burt. Johnson,, all of San- ostee; and one daughter, i Wanda Sue Johnson.,; Survivors also include one brother, Harvey Johnson Sr., and two sisters, Esther 1 Yazzie and Helen Yazzie, aU of S a n o s t e e . A c t i v e /paUbearers wiU be Clarence Johnson, David Johnson, Ernest Johnson,. Dean John-

son, Gary Johnsoh and Darnel Johnson. Funeral arrangements/are under., the direction of the SWprock Funeral Romp. His! family members, relatives and friends said they wodd like, to have Johnson remembered as a man: of pride, courage and i self-rpped for himself and his people.' They said he was a fainily man and willing to help others at any cost! He was known throughout the Navajo Nation' sind beyond, they said; for to advocation of truth and justice to tribal, state and federal governments. Johnson was an advocator, of a Wgh standard of modern and traditional education for Ws people; they said. He/was also a; believer in "almighty God and his son Jesus Christ," working for ; God, his family and his people, they added. "He wfll be mlssed by all, but nonetheless the world moves on and there wfll be more men to continue the jobs he left undone for the truth and justice he believed fa."

neral service with closed casket wfll be hdd at 10 a.m. JUAN —"Funeral service Monday at Greenlawn Cemetor Alan Juan, 33, Bloomfield,r tery. Bora Aug. 22, 1939 at wfll be at 1 p.m. Wednesday Burnham, Mrs. John died at Berean Mission, Huerfano, Thursday at the Public with the Rev. Leonard Rafael Health Sendee, Hospital in officiating. Burial wiU be to SWprock. She was preceded Brethren to Christ Mission to death in 1966 by her husCemetery. Juan died July 9 in band, Johnny John, and their Aztec. Survivors include Ws twin daughters who were mother, Blanche Juan, killed to an automobile acciAztec; three sisters, Eva Nez dent. Survivors Include four Begay, Aztec, and Frances sons, Johnny John Jr!; Emest Jim and Lucy Charley, both John, Jonathan John, Enrin of Carson; and an aunt,. Doris John, and one daughter, ElizAyze, Blanco Canyon. abeth John, all of Fniitland; PaUbearers wiU be Tommy her mother, Mamie DesdilUl, Juan, Emerson Nez Begay, also of Fruitland; ; five Clarence Begaye, Earl Nez brothers, Jerome DescWUl. of Begay,'Dixon Armstrong and Eddie Garcia. Funeral arLos Angeles, Calif., Sam rangements are under the DescWUi, Buriey, Idaho, and direction of Cope Memorial Leonard, Raymond, and Chapel. ..-- • X X _-.-.. James Anderson;, five sis-' • tecs, Mary D-'John'of Fruitland, Jane D. Jones of' Farmington, Kathryn Charley, Loretta. Anderson, and Leprea Anderson; and JOHN — Friends of Bessie three granddifldren. Furieral Deschilll John,. 41, of' arrangements are under Fruitland, may call at direction of Brewer Funeral Brewer Funeral Home until 8 pjn. .-today., A graveside fu-

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KIEY0b6iA—Funeral sefvice for Jpey Kieyoomia, 5, of Shiprock, wiU be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the First United Methodist Church in' •:SWprodc with the Rev: Fred Yazzie; officiating.'Burial wUl be in the SWprock Cemefery, Active pallbearers "will be Richard Johri, "Raymond Fulton, Leroy Harry and Larry SmUey. Honorary pallbearers i wlU be Jay HamUton and Pete I Hayden. The youth,died Wed- !' nesday/.at;the U.S: Public ; Health Service., Hospital in Shiprock! SuhdvbrsfacludeWs parents,'Joe;Lee and/Lite M.;!. seven sistersj Roberta Mae King, Elvira Lite Kieyoomia, Wanda KieyOomla,.: Victoria Rose Kieyobmia, Lucinda Ann KieyOomla; Joann Kieyoomia and Georgia Rose Kieyoomia, aU of Shiprock; grandfather, ;- John Harry of Little Water and .• i tWee;nieces.; Arraijgements I are under direction of Cope ,. Memorial Chapel. •
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KINDLE — Funeral sendee for David Kindle, 86, SWprock, wfll be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at tiie SWprock Christian Reformed Church with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burial wiU be in the family plot at Rattlesnake. " Kindle died Thursday at the San Juan Regional Medical Center. He had retired fromi the Bureau of Indian Affairs after 33 years of service as a labor foreman. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Amy ; Kindle; a son, Kay ah David; | two daughters, Betty K. Atdtty-and Jayne K. Tome, and sister, LUly John, aU of SWprock. There are 21 grand.jchlldren and 22 g r e a t grandchildren. PaUbearers wfll be TSj-uy" Atcitty, Curtis David, Harry Desdieeme Jr., Jad. M.: tome, Leonard Atdt- i ty and Pete Atdtty Jr. Honorary pallbearers-will be Navajo Trp_l Chairman/Peter / MacDonald,'' Sam Garrieriez,'; Dr./ Robert Putsch, Daniel Desdiinny, George Tsosie and | Charley John.. Funeral arrangements ; are !.' under the direction of Cope.Memorial

KETCHUM 'y Funeral service for Frands -Ketchum, 29, ] Kayenta, Ariz.,: wfll be at 10 a A Wednesday at the Navajo .Mountain* Mission at Navajo Mountain, Utah, with the Rev. Delbert SmaUcanyon officiating. Burial wfll be In the Navajo Mountain Cemetery. Ketchum died Thursday in Monument VaUey, Utah. Survivors indude Ws wife, Shirley Luna Ketchum of-Kayenta; two daughters", Kim Rae Ketchum Jand Shanna Leigh Ketchum of Kayenta; his parents, Bahe and Estelle Ketchum of Navajo Mountain; , two sisters,! Margaret Ketchum of Tuba City, Ariz., and Alexandra Ketchum of. Navajo. j Mountain and six brothers, Cyrus Ketchum of Nevada, Arnold! Ketchum of Germany, Lance Ketchum of Navajo Mountain; Jimmy Ketchum of ! Dartmouth CoUege, Hanover, N. H., MarViri Ketchum, N. H., and Arlo Ketchum of Tuba City. PaUbearers wfll be Cyrus Ketchum, Arnold Ketchum, Jimmy Ketchum, Lance Ketchum, Marvin. Ketchum and Kflroy Nez Tsosie. Local fiihesal arrangements are un; cter direction of Cope Memorial

"•" KAY — Funeral service 'for Delvin Kay, 6, of Kayerita, Ariz., wUl be held at 2. pjn. Monday at Lybrook Navajo Mission with the Rev. Russell Kiester officiattag. Burial wiU be to the mission cemefery. The boy Was fatally stmck by a yducle near to home Wednesday. Survivors include his parents, Robert'and MoUie Kay, of the famUy home; two brothers, RandaU and David Kay, Kayenta; a ' paternal grandfather Johnson Kay; maternal grandparents, Francis .' Norberto ; and Betty TOrrivlo Norberto, aU of Nageezi. Ac. tiye paUbearers wlU. be Martin, Ronald, Jetty and Leo, Kay. Funeral arrangements are under -the: direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. . -W

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KELEWOOD — A funeral sendee/for Harry Kelewood, • 89,-of SWprock, wiU be hdd at 10 a.m. Monday at the Cope ./-'. Memorial Chapel with Rev.' AUan C. NeskaW Jr. officiat|•' -tag. Burial wiU be at' SWprock Cemetery. Kelewood died Thursday at the Public. Health Service Hospital to?' SWprock. He was bom June 16,1893, to Lukachukia, Ariz., and is survived by:, five i daughters, Mary Joe,.Elsie r Chee, Helena Johns, Klara Smith and Beraice Blackhorse, aU of SWprock; two sons/Harrison Kelewood, ..Shiprock, .and Harold Kelewood; Many Farms, Ariz.; tWee brothers, Davis ; Kelewood, Howard Kelewood and WUUe Kelewood, aU of

. -KELLY .— A funeral service for Irene KeUy, 58, of Beclabito, has been set for 10 .-. a.m. Thursday at the First Methodist Church ta SWprock . with Joe and Jerri Begay. .officiating. Burial wfll be_i the -1ajni 1 y c e m e t e r y a t .Bedabito. Survivors include her husband, George KeUy • Sr.; four sons, Jimmie, and George KeUy Jr. of Shiprbck, James KeUy; Window Bock,. ; Ariz.; and Robert Kelly. Gallup;. three daughters, Mrs. William. John, SWprock,; and Mary Lou KeUy and Rose Mary Kelly,; Beclabito; a b r o t h e r , Leroy J a c k , , Beclabito; arid five sisters, Anna BeU Bekes and Jean Tom, Beclabito, Cecelia; BebadoW and Joanne Cudla, CadeU, arid Louise Joe, SWpiri_k. There are 10. grandchildren.' PaUbearers wiU be Henry/Yabeny, Leroy!Jack Jr.,: David Badom, WiUiam ..; Badbmi" Harrison Tom- and \ Wallace Tom... WUson Bekes and Frank Eugene Joe are to : be altemate.paUbearers, Fu. neral anangements are in. . deri. the direction of Basin Mortuary. - j q a 'AXr... . - !
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•- KENNETH — Funeral ser^AA1A<A<^W3> ' vice for Kendrick Kenneth, ..,i KEITH —'/Rosary for Cor10-year-old son of- Ernest ndia H. Kdth, 73-, of SWpKenneth and Susan PadlUa of rock, wfll be redted at 7 pjn. Fannington, wfll be at 2 p.m. today at Christ the King Wednesday at the brethren to! | CathoUc Church fa SWprock .... Christ Mission, with Pastor \ with the Rev. Caron VoUmer,"' '( Curtis Harvey officiating. i 0J"!M. She died Wednesday' v Burial wiU be to the Mission at PubUc Health Service HosCemetery. Visitation wfll be. pital to SWprock. Funeral . until 8 p.m. today and be-; Mass wfll be at 10 a.m. Satur'tween' 8, a.m. and noon day at Christ the King Catho- V . Wednesday at Cope MemoriUc Church, with VoUmer of"'al ChapeL The boy, a student ficiating. Burial wfll be in the ' a t Apache Elementary Shiprock Cemetery. Siir' School/died Friday to Aztec. .vlvors Include two sons, Rob'He. was preceded in death by j ert Keith and Henry Keith of Ws matemal grandfather, ! SWprock; tWee daughters, Dan f Padilla, in 1980. Sur/Inez Puggie, Amelia Keith vivors, fa addition to his paiand Nancy Hilt of SWprock; rents,- fadude two sisters, •and"a brother,' Tapaha Nez of Sylvia and Suzanne Monroe IRed VaUey, Rrlz. There are , of Farmington; five brothers,. 10 grandchildren and four Ervlne Kenneth arid: Emest great-grandchildren. PaUbearers wiUbe Alvin • Kenneth of Fanritogton, Nod and Thaddeus" Kenneth of UpHUt,. Marvin Hilt,! Leonard per Frmtland and Hainan HUt Jr., Michael Kdth, DarKenneth of RosweU; to pa-: rel- Yazzie antfsEarl Yazzie, temal grandparents, Emiria . Honroary paUbearers wfll be 'and Timothy Kenneth of Up• Robert Keith;Tommy. Thpm-., i as,/Richard Thomas, Johnny ['Puggie,- Leonard HUt t;Sr .5 ' A&AULACHenry Keith and-MUte Thbiftfc ' -_. as Jr. Funeral amangements; ; are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home.
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. LAUGHTER- The funeral service for Betty Laughter, 63, ' of CWldunbeto, Ariz., was set for: 1 p.m. today at the Nazarene Church in ChUchinbeto with the Rev. CharUe C. Billie officiating. Burial for Mrs. Laughter, who died March 12, at the U.S. PubUc LOPEZ — Harold Lopez, 22, Health Service Hospital in Escrito Tradirig Post, died Shiprock, will, be in the Friday at' BemaliUb' County Chilchinbeto Cemetery. Medical Center ta Albuquer- Pallbearers will be Teddy que after a lengthy Illness. Mustache, Harold Mustache, Funeral service wfll be held at j, Jimmy BenaUy, Larry Cow2 p.m. Wednesday at the \ boy/.TuUey Sharkeys and HowEscrito LDS Church with ard Redmiistache. Survivors President Al Chapman of- : include her husband, Little ficioi:; Burial. will''.be to Laughter; two sons: James Lybrook Cemetery. Survivors ~ and Paul Laughter; . two ; fadude his mother, Nora daughters: Bessie RedLopez of Escrito; five;' 'j mustache and IsabeU Cowboy; brothers, Harry Sanchez, and j her mother, Descheenie Bitsi, Harrison, Leonard, Teddy and all of- Chilchinbeto; nine ArcWe Lopez, all of Escrito, J brothers and sisters, 21-grandand three sisters, Evelyn i children and six . greatPinto of Chicago, IU!, Sarah | chUdren. Arrangements were Castillo of Escrito and Virgin- , under- the direction of Cope ia L.. Hanison of - Escrito. j Memorial Chapel. Pallbearers wfll be Harrison yr-,r*.' t>C-H T > * r> Lopez, .Archie' Lopez, Jerry , Pinto, Raymond White, Henry . Frank and.Leo Pacheco. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. z ~ n ~ g o LEWISr-Funeral service for Dick Robinson Lewis, 35, Waterflow, who died Friday fa Farmington, is pending at % Basin Mortuary. L£wis Is sur. •/,-. r,. - : - . - % I ¥ _ j ^ ^ - : ^ : : vived by his father-! Ignado P. • IJiftELl, — Funeral serviceI Lewis; his mother, Ruth fo^-fbm LaneU, 79, Escrito ! Lewis; six brothers, Edward Tradirig Post, wfll. be hdd at 1 Lewis, Albuquerque,-Herbert p.m. Friday at the Escrito Lewis, Torreon, Ren Lewis, LDS Chapel with Elder Al Torreon, Jerry Lewis, MonChapman officiating. Burial ; tana, Billy Lewis and Eddie wfll be fa the Lybrook Ceme- Lewis, Albuquerque; and Uiree tery. LaneU was pronounced sisters, LucUle Lewis, Deardead on arrival at the Cuba ; born, Minn., Betty Lewis, Health Clinic Monday. Sur- Albuquerque, Emma Lewis, vivors include his wife, ,Mi_, Albuquerque. FuneralanangeSusari LaneU; a son. Charles LaneU, and a daughter, Anna . ments are under the direction LaneU Becenti, all of Esca- ' pf Basin Mortuary. /ada: There are eight grand;hildren,;17 great[randchfldreri, six great-greatprandcWldren, three nieces; L E E - H a r r y Lee, 70, nd t h r e e . n e p h e w s .''I Shiprock, died Sunday in 'allbearers will be Charles Shiprock. Funeral arrange.anell, Frank Beyale, John j ments are pending at Cope ugustlne,'.' Andy -Norberto,-. Memorial Chapel. Survivors rnest Murphy and'Jerry ; include his wife, Emma Lee, orberto- Funeral arrange- . Shiprock; two sons, Roland ents are under thfe direction- Mitchell; Shiprock, and Cope Memorial Chapel. Emerson Mitchell, Rough Rock, Ariz.; daughter, Percilla L. BenaUy; Dove Creek, Colo.; b r o t h e r , K e e r n i e Nez, SWpriock; sister, Bertha Lee Pettigrew, Shiprock; and three grandchildren.

LEWIS—Funeral service for Nancy SWppentower Lewis, 37, Waterflow, who died Friday to Farmington, Is pending. She is to be taken to the Spencer & Libby Funeral Home, The DaUes, Ore. Mrs. Lewis was ' employed by the City of Farmington as a social worker. She . is survived by two sons, Lawrence Buck and Francis Buck; her daughter, Margaret SWppentower, Waterflow; two brothers, Jasper SWppentower, Oregon, and Henry'/; Shif)pentower, Washington";" __d! two ; sisters,., Hazel.f,,Shrppentower, Washington, and Eva Watchman, Oregon. Local funeral arrangements are udder the direction of Basin Mortuary^/.

LEE—FuneraT-ervice for Maggie Chavez Lee, 23, SWprock, who died Thursday at, the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in SWprock, is'schedded for 2 pjn. Wedriesday at Christ the King Catholic Church with the Rev. Lawrence Schreiber officiating. Burial wiU be In SWprock Community Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, BUly Sairi Lee; one son, HU1aro-Lewis Chavez; stepfather • and/ mother, AUen and Lflly I_ee| two. stepbrothers, Jimmy and' Robert Allen Lee;, one sister, LflUari Lee; matemal grandmother, Lena Chavez; and one brother, Melvin Lee,; all. of Shiprock. Active paUbearers Wfll be Alfred Sam Leei Gary Chavez, Ben Sam Lee, Jimmy Lee,; Julus - Salt and/Francis Toney. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapd.Xif'TX

COPEZFlm'erai, sem for Ice Pauline Vigil Lopez, 43, of Aztec, wfll be at 1 pjn. Friday. at the Lybrook Navajo Mission with Sister Harriet Janssen officiating. Burial wiU be to the- Lybrook Cemetery. Mrs. Lopez died Monday at; the PubUc Health Service Hospital ' in SWprock. She is survived by he? .ather, Frank" Vigil of j- Nageezi'; four sons, Herman Canute of Sterling, Colo.; Cody i Lopez of Farmington, -Chris ! Lopez/of Aztec, and Harry XLopez of Crownpoint; four daughters, Conine and Joann . Lopez, both/of Farmmgton,/ Vema Lopez of Cortez, and if Beulah Mark .'of Aztec; five brothers, Kee Vigil nf Aztec,/ Leo, Howard and Donald VigU, •, both''of'-;Nageezl,>'-and: David Vigill of. Counselor^ and, two ^ sisters Stdla/VigU. of Nageezi and Dene-Vigil of Bloomfield. There are six grandchfldren. .PaUbearers will be; Herman Canute/Cody Lopez, Leo Vigil, ^Kee Vigil,/:David Vigil and 33UTS Lopez. "..;-'

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who died Thursday at San Juan Regional Medical Center. : President George. P. Lee will officiate. Burial will be in . SWprock Cemetery. Lee was a veteran of World War I. Survivors iridude his wife, Mae K. Lee of Shiprock; five sons George P. Lee of the Holbrook t Mission/in' Arizona/ Mike; Yazzie and Bob: Lee of Shiprock, -Joey Lee,of Page, Ariz. i and Patrick Lee/of Hogback;. I. daughter Luci;; Edwards of Shiprock; and foiirJbrothers Harry Lee, Harry/Johnson, James Lee -and Joe Lee, all of SWprock. There art! 29 grand: children. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapd.

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LARGO—Fu^eral service for Pah Ni Pah Largo, 92, of Counselor's wiU be held at 1 p.m; Tuesday at Brethren Navajo Mission with the Rev. John TrujiUo officiating. Burial wiU be to the Mission : Cemelery. PaUbeaers wiU be Eugene Hanison, John Harrison, Ernest • Hanison,: Ray Harrisoni. Gerald Harrison and Anderson Hanison. Largo,died Friday at San Juan Manor. Survivors include one daugh:er, Betty Henera of Counselor's; nine grandchUdren; 42 greal-grandchildren and one great-great-grandson. ; Arrangements are under direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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-LEE—Funeral service for Calvin Lee, 38, of SWprock, wfll be held at 10 a.rii; Saturday at Lee and Oviatt Chapel with, the Rev. Scott Redhouse officiating: Burial wiU be in Memory Gardens. PaUbearers wUl be Kenneth MUler," Roy Lee, Harry Lee, Tom Dickson, Raymond Tsosie and John Lee. Lee was dead on arrival at the U.S. Public Health Service Hospital in SWprock on Friday. He was-bom July 14,1938 -in Sweetwater,^Arlz; to,John _uid Maggle:_-eeT Lee'Wa-: a' 'miner and waSaffiUated -Wiflf' the Pentecostal church. Survivors include one son, Calvin Tsosie of SWprock; one daughter, Arlene Tsosie of SWprock; mother, Maggie Lee of :SWprock; two/ brothers, Roy of Aneth, Utah, and Harry; John of SWprock; and tiiree sisters, Doras Boyd, Tsosie of Sweetj water, Daisy Jean MUler of • SWprock and LUUe James of SWprock. / ^ o _ ^ . / . 7 7 .
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LEE—Funeral service for Joe. H. Lee, 51, of Fort Wingate, wiU beheld at 10 a m C,I„-J. . ., „• a.m. Saturday at Mesa View Assembly of God ta SWprock with the Rev. Charles-Lee officiattag. Burial wiU.be in the veteran section of the Shiprock Cemetery following graveside service conducted by. the Veterans of Foreign Wars Stager-Morgan Post No. 9517. Pallbearer's will be Milton -Lee,' Frank Lee, Douglas Lee, Eric Lee; Melvin Kee and Floyd Lee. Lee died Monday as the result of an auto accident near GaUup: He was employed by Fort Wingate Depot as a truck driver, for 32 years. Survivors include three daughters, Genevieve of Glendale, CaUf., Charlotte ofiiSanDiego, Calif., and Geraldine Lee of Fort Wingate; five brothers, PWUip Lee of SWp., rock, Harry Lee of Red Rock, the Rev. Charles Lee of SWprock, John H. Lee of Red Rock,Ariz;, and,George.Lee.-f/ SWprock; one sister, Lenai/Lee

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' LEE — Funeral sendee for Charlene Lee, 15, of SWprock, is"sdieduled for -2 pjn. Wednesday,at .Cope Memorial Chapel,"with Bishop Toms -officiating. Burial wfll be ta Memory Gardens Cemetery, !: Ms,: Lee died Saturday ta an auto-accident on U.S. 550; ! Pallbearers wfll be Harry Joe, • Robert Kee, WUUe WWtehorse, ,' Richard D. Harrison, Royice D. Harrison and Raymiss Harrison. Funeral arrangements are bdng directed by Cope ' Memorial Cha^l.

. LEE — Funeral services are set for 10 a.m. Wednesday at the SWprock Funeral Home for Ben Lee, 69, of Little Water Trading Post, who died Saturday at the U.S. PubUc Health Service Hospital in SWprock. Frank Curley wfll officiate a t sendees, with burial to foUow in Shiprock Cemetery. Survivors include his wife,:Ida Lee, daughters Irene Lee Begay and Mrs. Rita,Eldridge, sons Wilford Ben Lee and Jimmy Lee, sister Ruby WWtehorse and trades Peter and James Begay. There are seven granchlldreri, six greatgrandchildren and one greatgreat grandchild. PaUbearers wUl be members of the family. Funeral arrangments are unLEE — Funeral service was der the direction of Shiprock held today .for John Harvey Funeral Home! tf-_/a., - j ' 7 Lee Sr„ 55, Phoenix,^Ariz., at Cope Memorial Chapel with | Bishop Leonard Fabriano ofj ficiating..Burial Was in GreenFuneral fa* Wee for: l a w n Cemetery, Lee died June Ci_r <-<_. S - .-o^>..'_' " 7 Maggie- Chavez Lee, 23, of 25 at the PubUc Health Service LEE—The funeral of Joe SWprock, is" pending at Cope ! Hospital in Shiprock. He was • Lee, 75, Cortez, Colo.; has been Memorial Chapel. Mrs. Lee ; employed by Locals No. "611 !, set for 10 ajn. Wednesday at died Thursday at U.S. PubUc and. 769 of the 1BEW. He is Christ the King CathoUc Health Service Hospital in/-survived by his. wife, Mrs. Church ta SWprock with the Rev. John Mlttelstadt, OFM, Shiprock. She is survived by LUUan D. Lee of the. famUy her husband, BiU Sam Lee of borne: six daughters, Lula offidatfag.-Burial wfll be'in Shiprock. Funeral arrange- j Yazzie of Teecnospos, Ariz., the .SWprock Cemetery. Lee, ments are under the direction ;and Christa Byrd, Adelyn Lee, who died Saturday at the of Cope Memorial Chapel. ! Jeanette Lee Colbert, JuUa H. PubUc Health Service Hospital int.Shiprock, served for 40 'Lee and JennlterH. Lee, aU of years as a caretaker tor Mesa'' *-tAiiAJiAj 1*1 711 . p h o e n i x ; four ?ons, Thomas/ Verde National Park ta Colo-• I_ONC_--Omeral servic. for Lee of Aneth, Utah, and Johnrado. Survivors include his Esther Lorigi 104,.. of Sheep athan.H. Lee, JohnH. Lee Jr. wife, Mabel, Lee, Cortez; two Springs- Trading, {"ost, who and Jayison H. Lee of Phoenix;, daughters, Jean Jim, Aneth, died in the Public Health'his mother, Nellie Lee of Utah, and Barbara Blake Ore, Service Hospital in: Gallup• Teecnospos;'. three brothers, Morrison, IU.; tour sons, Tuesday, Is set for 10 ajn^.four sisters,- four uricles and Robert Lee, Frankie Lee and Saturday at the FuU Gospel jtwo aunts. There are 10 grand, Richard Lee, aU of Cortez, and Church, Sheep Sprins, with the: children. PaUbearers will be David Lee, Dallas, Tex.; andReviAlJEred Leuppe -officiating:! Johnathan H. Lee, JohnH. Lee one brother, Harry Sandoval, Interment wlU foUow ,at the| Jr., Delbert Dee, SamudSlm-j! Shiprock. There are seven I . Sheep Springs Cemefery. HeH pson, Nathamel Simpson and grandchUdren and tiiree greatsurvivors include her daughf Raymond N! BenaUy, Funeral; ter; Flora B. "Watchman of anangements were under the; grandchildren: PaUbearers inSheep ' Springs, six grand] direction of Cope Memorials clude David Lee, Robert Lee, children and 56 g r e a t ] C h a p d , ^ L ^ u S L c ^ f Q ^ A . Tommy .Jim, Bobby Lane,/ g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Active " £ / ,JA'A. j Charles; YeU'owhorse and : StaWey Cloud. Cope Memorial pallbeare'far^wlll be Melvin Chapel Istacharge of arrangeMasquat, George Watehman, ments.Sf?T- -_ - / . 7 1 . Walter Watchman, Roger;'; Tsosie, Alfred Watchman'and /'".; • & . T / . ••.-D _ o-o t-. i'~ Davidson- B. Watchman. FuS.ff^ . O o s / A <_ neral anangemente are under,, the direction of Cope Memorial
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•'. LEE — Funeral service for I-Richard Edward Lee,; 37, of Cortez, Colo., is set for 2 pjn.. Tuesday at Cope Memorial Chapel, with a CathoUc priest officiating. Burial wfll be in Memory Gardens. Lee died. % Saturday at U.S. PubUc Hedth 5 Service Hospitel in'SWprock. Survivors include his mother, Mabel Lee of the famUy home; three brothers, Robert Lee and: Frankie Lee of Cortez arid David Lee of Dallas; and two sisters, Jean Jim of Aneth, Utah, and Barbara Blakemore of Momson, Dl. Furieral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

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; LAKE — Funeral service wiU be held at 10 ajn. Monday afKayerite CathoUc Church for Stephen Lake, 57, of Kayente, Ariz.,-who died Thursday at Black Mesa Mine after an industrial accident. He Was employed there by Peabody Goal CO. Burid wfll be ta Black Mesa Cefnetery. Survivors include his wife, Mary Lake, Black Mesa, Ariz.; four daughters,' Lavonne W. Segay, Fort Defiance, Ariz.', Lonaine W. Vandever and Ancita KescoU, both of Kayente, and Lorinda Lynn Lake of the family home; three sons, Milton W. Lake, Kayenta, Clarence and Francis Lake, both of Black Mesa; his mother, Manymde's Daughter Number 1, Black Mesa; one sister, Christine: K.i Begay, Blade Mesa; one "brother,: Kee Lake," Black Mesa; and 14 j! grandchildren. Pallbearers i wfll be; Clarence and- Milton V Lakev Galvin; Segay,, Henry Begay; Roger.Jflegay Jr.,!.and' Frankie Todfchine. Funeral; arrangements-ara; under the; direction of Cope Memorial

LEE — Funeral sendee for Jim Lee, 73, Teecnospos, Ariz., ; wfll be at II ajn. Tuesday at I m m a n u e l M i s s i o n of Sweetwater, Ariz., with the Rev; John Lee Billie official- • tag. Burial' wfll be' fa the Immanuel Mission i Cemetery. He died Friday at the Oitale Nurslng Home. >He was preceded In death by two daughters'; EUa Mae HoUday and EUa Jean Parrish. Survivors include bis wife, Mrs. i Dora Lee, and a son, Dennis Tsosie, both of SWeetwater'; 1 and a brother, John Lee BiUie of Upper Frmtland.- There are' nine g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Pallbearers wiU be Dennis 'Tsosie, Calvin WUUe, Lee C. Tsosie, Frankie, Tsosie, Jim-, mle Cody and Bobby Cody. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Funeral Home.'

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LONG — Funerd service for Sylvia C. Long, 44, 315 N. . Lorena, has been set for 10 /ajn. Monday at Cope Memorid Chapel. Burid wUl be fa Memory Gardens. Mrs. Long was dead on arrivd at San i Juan Regiond Medical Center ^Tuesday. She is survived by i one, son: Virgil Long of the famUy home; two daughters:/ Elsie Begay of Dallas, and' CarmeUta Long of Burnham; \ one brother: Toriy Long of Frmtland; tiiree half-brothers: Joe BenaUy and Kee BenaUy of Bisti- and Frank Betsui of Burnham; and two aunts:; /AnnabeU Redhorse and Sadie S Godd ol Bisti. Pdlbearers will be VirgU Long, Kee R. Bendly,, Manuel BenaUy, Raymond: Tsosie and Ted Harrison. Funerd anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid

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XEE — Funerd service for Thomas Lee, 40, former Shiprock resident, wfll be at 2 pjn. Wednesday at the Mesa View Assembly of God Church in : Shiprock with the ReV. Charles Lee officiating. Burid wfll be ta Uie SWprock Cemetery. He died Friday in Arkansas City, Kan. Survivors "include his wife, Mrs. Mary E. Lee, and a daughter, V. Michele Lee of the family i home In Arkansas City; four • brothers, Prid N. Lee Jr. of "Farmington; Leo Lee of : Parker,' Ariz., Richard Lee of ,Fort Defiance, Ariz., and WUtord" Nakai of Rockford, IU.; and a sister,. Mrs., Leo (Angela) James of Fort Defiance. Funerd anangeriients are under the direction of Cope i Memorial Chapel. UGHf^AHfito-\ightf.6, : Shiprock, died Friday at San Juan Regiond Medical Center. Funerd service wiU be at 10 ajn. Thursday at the SWprock Christian Reformed Church' with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiating. Burid wlU; be in the famUy cemetery at Rattlesnake. He is survived by. his wife/Mrs. Elizabeth Light; a daughter, Charlotte Anderson; i two sons, WilUe Light Sr.and Herman Light; two, sisters, Molly Jim and Mrs. Harry Attcitty; :two stepbrothers, Tony Garnanez and James Garnanez; and two stepsisters, Annie Mae Nelson and Mrs. Washburn, all of Shiprock: There are-19 grandchildren, five great-grandcWldren and vfo u r g r e a t - g r e a tgrandchildren. Pdlbearers will be Eric R. Anderson, Aaron J. Anderson, Ghee; Anderson Jr., Kenneth Anderson _id; Jonas Light. Funerd arrangements are under the direction o£ Cope-Memorial

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McKINLEY — Funerd serShiprock Funeral Home vice for Dan McKinley, 61, Chapel with the Rev. Larry Shiprock, who died Monday Schrieber. OFM, ef Christ the evening at the PubUc Hedth King Catholic Misdon officiat- Sendee. Hospitd fa SWprock, ing Burial wfll be,in T the will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at Shiprock. Cemetery.^Lee the Lutheran Mission Church in Rock Point, Ariz., with townedtatheSanJuanRiver at SWprock Thursday. He at- Pastor Wallace B. Cole of tended the IntermountaurHign Rock Point officiating. Burial School at Brigham City Utah. wiU foUow in Mission CemeHe- was a member of the tery in Rock Point. McKfaley CathoUc Church. He Is sur- is survived by four sons, vived by W parents, John and Robert ot Rock Point, Reed R. _ Mary Bekis Lee; five brothers of -Round Rock, Ariz., and Don, Joe, Stanley, Tom ana w m i a m and George of SWpDavid Lee; and four. sisters, ^ >ck; n i n e daughters, Mrs . nine daughter! Mrs. Lena Herbert, Lula, i_ /m t . lOCS7\ 'LUUan and Rose/Ann Lee/ All .!?• y - _ - z 7 ; / V X r ) survivors are residents of SWp.•::•.,_._. . , . tock. Pdlbearers will be Hub- W i r g l n i a ChischUly. of bard Ned, Jimmie Begay, Joe 'Lukachukai, Ariz., Mrs. Louise Lee, David* bse, Wilford Lee iTsosie of Teecnospos, Ariz., and Sam Begay. Funerd ar- Rhoda McKinley of Farmrangeraents are under the 'ington, Roselyn McKfaley and direction of the Shiprock Fu- ; M r s . Ndlie Begay, both of, Hogback; Ruthie McKinley, nerd Home. iLoretta McKinley,; Mrs. Priscilla Johnson and. Sarah Ida McKfaley,'aU of SWprock; a•-., brother, BIU McKfaley of ;Shlprock; two aunts, Mrs. LiUie Gable and Mrs. Rose Water, both of SWprock; and 28 grandchildren. Active pallbearers wlU be Robert McKinley,. Reed McKinley, ,WUUam McKinley, Georg' McKinley, Jonah DescheeW and Francis; Descheeme.^Funerd an-angemerits are under the deration of the Shiprock Funer^Hbme.

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LAPAHIE - Funeral service for Henry L. Papahie, 42, of Littlewater, Is planned for 10 a.m; Monday, at the SWprock Funeral Home chapel with Frank Clirley, of the Christian Reformed Church ta Sanostee officiating. Burid will follow in the Shiprock. community cemetery. LapaWe was pronounced dead on-arrival Thursday at the San Juan Regional Medical Center after being struck in traffic on U.S. 550 in Waterflow. Survivors include his parents, Horace, and Pauline Lapahie,.; Littlewater ; two brothers,' __ry Lapahie, Littlewater;' and George Lapahie, SWprock; two sisters, Mrs. Daisy, Martinez and Mrs. Sarah Gutierrez, both of Shiprock; nine nieces and 13 nephews. Pallbearers wfll; be George. Papahie/. r.;:_/arid Harry, Lany, Patrick, George,; and Alvin LapaWe. Arrarige-: ments are under the direction of Shiprock Funeral Home,

LEE — Friends of John H. Leey Red Valley, Ariz., the brother; of SWprock minister Charles Lee, may caU at Cope Memorial Chapel today from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Lee• 50; diedJan. 21faan accident, Funerd sendee'WiU be at 10 a.m. Monday atShiproek's Mesa View Asseriibly of God Church, with-the Rev. Charles Lee officiating. Burial wiU be ta SWprock- cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Jessie Lee; of the fariiily home;: four sons, Floyd Lee- Lloyd Jumor Lee, and Jimmy/Lee of Wisconsin, and I_roy - Uoyd Lee, SWprock ; fotir daughters, Karen Lee and DolUe WUUe, of SWp• rock, Evelyn Kirk, Window Rock, Ariz., and Rosie Lee; four brothers, Phillip Lee and : Rev. i Charles Lee, both of I Shiprock, Harry Lee and George E. Lee of Red VaUey. j There are five grandchildren. j Active paUbearers wfll be John IBendty.: Frank Lee, Raymond Keeswood, Edison Hatahlie, James Joe, and Albert Willie. Funerd arrangements are under direction of Cope Memorid

. 'LEWIS ^-^Funerd sendee • •'v' "• V - ' • '; • " L E E , - N e l l i e l g , 68, i for Rose Ann Lewis, 30, WaterLOPE "—Funeral sendee A^cukm*^H*77i .-. , flow, wiU be at/10 a.m. for Montby Lope, 84, Aztec, ; Wednesday at the Hogback Teecnospos, Ariz., died Sat: wfll be a t l p.m. Thursday at I Church of Christ with Brother urday at Cortez, Colo. Funerthe Navajo Umted Methodist Mac Person officiattag. Burid d service wfll be at '10 a.m. wfll be fa the SWprock Ceme- Mission, ;wlth'the Rev. Fraiik Wednesday at the SWprock Loye officiating. JBurid wfll tery. Mrs. Lewis died Saturday Chapel of the Churdi of Jesus be in GreeWawn Cemetery. at the PubUc Hedth Service Christ of Latter-day Saints, Lope died Sunday fa Cuba. Hospitd fa SWprock. Survivors • with Elder Brian HUl, offidatThe body wfll Uefastate until Indude two daughters' Renee ing. Burid wfll be to the fam9 p.m.'today and until 11-a.m. Deswood and Tammy Xewls of ily "cemetery, Teecnospos. Thursday.-Survivors faclude Waterflow; two sons/Sammy i Mrs. Lee had been a rug Lewis Jr. • of Waterilow and his wife/Dorothy; tWee sons, weaver and a foster grandAndrew Lope, Shiprock, Tommy Eaton of Upper parent for the Teecnospos Harold Lope, Window Rock, Fruitland; her father; Bob Boarding' School. She! was Ariz., and Monty Lope; Jr., • i preceded fa death by two' Simpson of Fruitland; two Bloomfield; six .daughters,, sisters, Carol Ann Hogard and sons, Henry Lee' in 1973 and Beth Jaquez, Bloomfield, Loretta Ann Jones of WaterJohn H. Lee in 1980. Sur-' i flow; three brothers, Nonnan - Bessie Becenti, Crownpotat,: vivors include her husband, JoAnne Harris, GaUup,-Amie Jones, Frankie Jones and BUly David Lee of the famfly Lope, Bloomfield, Roseann e Jones of Waterflow; matemd home; four sons, Joseph H. grandmother,. AnWe Pettigrew . Doherty, Santa • Rosa; Calif., Lee, Sdt Lake, City, Kee H. , of. Waterflow; and; paternd and EUa Bekis, SWprock; Lee of Alaska, Tommy Lee, I grandparents,. Russell and ; and- four sisters, " Wanda Teecnospos, and Kenneth j Jessie Simpson of Frmtland. Charlie,; Elizabeth TeUer and Lee, SWprock; four daughj Pallbearers will be Norman/ Glenna. flegay; of Kimbeto ters, Maiy Joe and Lomse, Jones, BiUy Jones, Herman j and Nan Woody, SWprock. WiUiams,1 SWprock, Dolores Enoah, Frankie Jones, Jimmy j There are 36 grandcWldren, Simpson, Farmington, and H. Lowe and Jack Begay. I five great-grandcWldren and Esther Benally, Montezuma Funerd anangements are uneight great-great-grand-' Creek, Utah; four;brothers, i der the direction of Cope Little Pouch and Edgar Dee, i children. PaUbearers wfll be Memorid Chapd. Red Mesa, Ariz., Posey Rog- I Rudy Joe, Abel Jim, Emmett er' Dee, Shiprock, arid 1 Doherty, Duane-Lope, Bernis i Charles Williams, -TeecLope and Blocky Joe. Funernospos; and two sisters, Lucy d arrangements are under ] ri Dee, Red Mesa, and BonWe the direction of Brewer Fu; Cleveland, Teecnospos. 'A j'-jUEE — Funeral service for neral Home." There are several grand, Mary C. Lee, 57, of Shiprock 1 cWldren ind great-grandwill be held, at 10 a.m. cWldren. Active paUbearers : Wednesday at Mesa View Asj .will be Raymond BenaUy, ; sembly of God Church fa i Delbert Dee, Leonard Dee, "Shiprock with the Rev. j Myron Dee, Nate L. Simpson. Charles Lee officiating. i and Samuel L. Simpson. HonBurid wfll be in the family orary paUbearers Will. be, cemetery in Carrizo Moun. tain, Ariz. Mrs. Lee died afLEE <2 SlxAonth-old Re- i Edgar Dee, Charles WU! ter an Illness Saturday: at the nea Carmelite Lee, SWprock, i Hams, Clarence Curley, Simpson/ and Henry ' PubUc Health Sendee Hospii died Monday at' Umverslty |j DamdFuneral arrangements Lee., tal fa SWprock. Survivors fa| Hospitd, Albuquerque. Fu- I are under the direction of clude four daughters, Bessie i neral sendee wfll be at 1 p.m. j Cope Memorial Chapd. Kee, Jessie Charles and Friday at Cope Memorial CeciUa Bidtah, aU of SWpChapel, with the Rev. Scott rock, and Margaret L. Redhouse officiattag. Burid | Whalawitsa of Keller, Wash.; wfll be in Memory Gardens. : two sons, Frank Lee of SWpI Survivors include her mothrock and the Rev. WiUiam er, Sharon Begay of the famii Douglas Lee of Albuquerque; ly hoine; maternd grand! two sisters* Mary Toehe and parents, Cecil and Helen : AnWe Manygoat, both of Red : Begay, Kirtland;"maternal !;Valley, Ariz.; .16 grand1 great-grandmother, Nan children and one great-grandSwbody, SWprock; matemd X son. Active; paUbearers wUl great-great-grandparents, (. be Melvin and Huskie Kee, Theodore and Thelma Begay, ; Jim Bidtah, Douglas Lee, | SWprock; maternal greatEric Lee, and Raymond |auntj- SWrley Brown, SWp] Charleston. Honorary 'rockj-and eight aunts and ilfe pallbearers, wiU be Harry fives-uncles.. Pallbearers : Vernon Lee. and Howard wfll bei Cecil Begay and Reed, f Begay., Funeral arrangeLee, Funeral! arrangements, I ments are under direction of are urider the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. Cope Memorial Chapd.
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jTyuJy/^A: fO ^ A ] / f g i ^ , LAPAHIE — Horace - LapaWe, 95, died Tuesday at his Littlewater home. -Funerd mass was to be at 2 pjn. '-•;• Friday at. Christ the King CathoUc Churdi-to SWprock, with the Rev. Caron VoUmer, O.F.M.;' officiating.. Burid was to foUow in SWprock Cemetery, A retired railroad employee,: LapaWe is survived by his wife/Mrs. Pauline Lapahie; of Littlewater; two sons, Hany Lapahie,: Littlewater, and George LapaWe, SWprock: two daughters, Mrs. Daisy Martinez and Mrs. Sarah .Gutierrez, Shiprock; 22 i grandchildren and'two greatgrandcWldren. ..PaUbearers were Emery Long,!Thomas LapaWe,. Alvto LapaWe, Patrick: LapaWe, Tony LapaWe and Horace Lapahie Jr. Funeral arrangements were directed by the SWprock Funeral'Home.
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BEGAYE — Funeral service for: Raymond Begaye, 5 25, SWprock, wfll be at 10. a.m. Friday at the First Bap-, tist Church, SWprock, with the: Rev. James Nelson ofi 'ficiatiftg; Bom June 4, 1956, ' Begaye diPd Sunday in an automobile accident near Durango, Colo. Survivors include his. wife, Estelene George Begaye; 'mother,; Mary Begaye,-Red VaUey, Ariz.;, four brothers; Aridrew and Roy Ambrose Begaye,": Farmington, RusseU Begaye, Arlington, Texas, and- Rayei . Begaye, Magddena;four:sis-i

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T.F.F, — Fimerau service for. Kenneth Lee, 35, of Waterflow, is pending with Brewer Funeral Home. He died Wednesday. Survivors include his wife, Vera of their home; a son, Terrdl Kenneth Lee and three daughters, Karen, Yolanda NeUie and Kimberly, aU at home; six brothers, Joseph H. Lee, Andrew. Lee and Dondd LeP of Fannington, Hany H. Lee and Tommy Lee of SWprock, and Kee H. Lee of WasWngton; six sisters, LufaTopaha and Esther BenaUy of Montezuma Creek, Utah, Daisy Johnson, Lomse WiUiams and Maiy Joe of SWprock, and Ddores Simpson of Farmington. r He was preceded ta

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MARTIN — Larry "B.C." Martta, 15, ded Wednesday at Bataan Hospitd ta Albuquerque. A sophomore at SWprock High School, he was a resident of Teecnospos, Ariz. Survivors include his mother, Fanny Collins ot Teecnospos; four brothers, Willie Martin Jr., and Lambert Martta, both of Shiprock, and Walter and Marvin Collins, both of Teecnospos; one sister, Lora Ann Collins, Teecnospos; his maternal grandmother, Anna Garnenez of Shiprock; four uncles, Peny, Jimmie Sr., and Sammy Sr. Garnenez, all of SWprock, and Henry Garnenez of Navajo; and one aunt, Mae Denetclaw, SWprock. Furierd sendees, under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel, have been schedded for 10 a.m. Friday at the First Methodst Church in Shiprock with the Rev. Maurice Haines officiating; Burial wiU be fa memory Gardens. PaUbearers will faclude Jimmie Garnenez Sr., Lavone Garnenez, WUUe Martin Jr., Lambert Martta, Darrell Clah and Fred Slowman. . f K ^
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MANUELITO—Funerd service for Ira Manuelito, 52, Shiprock, who died Monday at St.- Joseph's Hospital In Albuquerque following a short illness, wfll be held at 1 pjn. Friday at Christ the King CathoUc Church in SWprock with Father Larry officiating. Graveside services will be conducted by -members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars with burial in the veterans section of the Shiprock Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Harrison Manuelito, Sterling Manuelito, Irvin Manuelito, Jerone ManueUto and Hany Manuelito Jr. Born Dec. 8, 1924 in Newcomb, ManueUto was employed by the Tribd Home Improvements Program as supervisor to Newcomb. He was a World War H veteran serving with the Mariries for seven years. He is survived by his wife, Ruby; tiiree sons, Alberto, Irvin and Irwin and six daughters, Rita and Iris of Gdlup; Lite Milam of Fort Wlngate, Ariz.; Alberta, Tina and Linda ManueUto, aU of Newcomb. Also surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sam ManueUto of Newcomb and three grandchildren. Arrangements are under direction of Cope Memorial Chapel of Gallup.

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MIKE<_- The funeral of Helen F. Mike, 56, Shiprock, has been scheduled for 10 ajn. Friday at the Mesa View Assembly of God Churdi ta SWprock with the Rev. Charles Lee officiating. Burid wfll be in the Shiprock Cemetery. Mrs. Mike, who ded Sunday at the U.S. PubUc Hedth Service Hospitd in Shiprock, is survived by her husband, Harry Mike, SWprock; one son, Harry Mike J r . ; t h r e e ..daughters, Katherine Marie **"V , :. * r — -—..

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MARTIN—ijuneral service for Jerry Joe Martin, 19, SWprock, who ded Saturday, is set for 2 p.m. Thursday at Cope Memorial Chapel with Sampson Yazzie officiating. Interment wiU foUow at SWprock Cemetery. He is survived by his parents John Joe and Daisy Martin; three brothers, Lany Martta, John Joe Martin Jr. and Albert Martin; three sisters, Rita Mae Martta, Nita Mae Martin and Lita Mae Martin; his paternal grandfather Joe Redcap Martta and his matemd grandmother Esther WiUiams, aU of SWprock. Active paUbearers wfll be Floyd Martin, Larry Martin, Johnny Lowe, Leo WUson, Harold WilUams and AUen Wilson. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel. -The fifth pedestrian to de this year on US. 550 west of Farmington was kflled at 10:10 pjn. Thursday when be was stmck by a van .4 miles west of the junction with County Road 61. The victim was identified as AUen Mailman, 66, Tohatchi. He ded of multiple injuries received in an accident involving a van driven by George P. Lee. 35. H o l ^ l , , Ar_ ___ poUce said Mailman was thrown 196 feet by the Impact Lee was not dted. Lee was traveling east and tbe pedestrian was walking or standing in tbe eastbound lanes When the accident occurred, state poUce said. Lee' was quoted by police as saying he took evasive action but Mailman stumbled Into the path of his vehicle; Mailman is the 19th person to ded this year fa 16 traffic accidents on San Juan County streets and highways. Fourteen persons had been kflled in 14. accidents on this date fa 1977. '.

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MUSKET — The funeral of Bah Damon Musket, 83, MexlI can Springs, has been set for 11 a.m. Saturday at the Christ i a n ^ .ho both Christian Re-tpn__l Church in GaUup. The Rev. Edward Henry arid the RevrG-fdan Stmt will officiate with burial to be in the Rehboth Community Cemeery. Mrs. Musket died Wediesday at Rehoboth Christian lospital in GaUup. She was dm Feb. 15, 1896, fa Toyei, I.M., and was active ta the fohatcW Christian Reformed .hurch. Survivors include her Husband, Benjamin Musket Sr. of Mexican Springs; two sons, James of Window Rock, Ariz., and Benjamin Jr. of Mexican Springs; and two daughters, Esther Ahasteen of Shiprock and Etta Norris of Mexican Springs. Also surviving are two brothers, Anson Damon Sr. of Twin Lakes and Olson Damon of Amarillo, Texas. There are 17 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Active pallbearers will be Michael, Steven, Marvin and Benjamin Ahasteen, Quentin Musket and Norman Boyd. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Howard Redhouse, Mike Hubbard, Charley Grey, Frank Curley, Howard Begay and Tom Musket. Visitations may be made at Cope Memorial CWapel to GaUup until 8 p.m.

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MARTINEZ — Funerd service for George Martinez, 92, Rincon Marquis, wfll be at 1p.m. Saturday at the Rincon Marquis Word of God Church with the Rev. Claude Fondau officiating. Burid wfll be fa the Rincon Marquis Cemetery. Martinez ded Tuesday at the Crownpotat PubUc Health Ser. vice Hospitd. He was a former rancher, farmer, railroad worker, miner; rodeo cowboy and tribd representative for the Eastern Navajo and a great-grandson of Cayadlto, one of the Navajo leaders who signed the 1868 peace treaty with the Umted States at Fort Sumner. He was a spokesman for many elderly and handicapped for the betterment of tribal members. Survivors faclude two daughters, Ella TrujiUo and Rose Ann CastUlo, a stepdaughter, Mary Lou Antomo, all of Rincon Marquis; four sons," Wilson Martinez of Toneon, Harrison Martinez of Albuquerque, Peter Martinez of Wyoming and Roy R. Martinez pf Shiprock; four sisters, Alice Hosdde, MoUy Chavez, Louise ApacWto and Grace Sandoval; and a brother, John Martinez, aU of Rincon Marquis. There are 30 grandchildren, 50 greatgrandchildren and four greatgreat-grandchildren. Pallbearers will be Roy R. Martinez, Bobby Martinez, Pete Martinez, Wesley Martinez, Vannest Martinez and Emerson Castillo. Honorary pallbearers will be Nelson Sandovd, Leo Werito, Harrison Martinez Sr., Tommie Chavez, John Martinez and Richard Sandovd. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapd.

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"MARTINEZ - Funeral service for Rondy Martfaez a 17-year-old Nageezi resident, wfll be held 10 ajn Wednesday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie officiattag Bund wfll be ta Memory Gardens cemetery. Martfaez ded Thursday in a traffic accident southwest of Bloomfield. Survivors include his parents, WilUe and Elouise Martinez of Nageezi; two sisters and brothers-in-law, Verna Mae and Emest Largo and LaVerde and Emmett Martinez, Rock Springs, Wyo.; one brother and sisterfa-law, Cdvfa and Aldeena ' Martinez, Nageezi; two other brothers, Roimie and RoUen Martinez and one sister LaVerne Martinez, all of Nageezi; a matemd grandmother, MinWe Chavez, and patemal grandfather, TrujiUo Chavez, both of Nageezi; and t h r e e nieces and nephews. Active paUbearers wfll be Charles and Richard Slyvester, Lindy Chavez, Henry ^rank, Leo_ Pacheco, £j and Sammy Pacheco. Funerd arrangements .are under direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.

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MANYGOATS - Funeral service for Ruth H. Manygoats, 38, of Littlewater, wfll be held 10 a.m. Tuesday at Cope Memorid Chapel with . Bishop Harvey Johnson officiating. Burial wfll be fa . Memory Gardens Cemetery: Mrs. Manygoats ded at home Friday after an Alness. Survivors faclude her husband, Harrison Manygoats; two sons, Harold and Hanis Mani ygoats, and three daughters, Helene, Yanabah, and Hanabah Manygoats, aU of MIKE ,— Funeral service for Floyd Bobby Mike, 18, Frmtland, wfll be at 10 ajn. Saturday at the Alma Branch ot the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Fruitland, with President Bob Begay officiating. Burial wfll be ta Memory Gardens. Mike, a lifelong resident of New Mexico, ded Tuesday at Hogback. He was bom Nov. 9,1962, ta SWprock, the son of Joe and Rose Hogue Mike. He was a student at Kirtland Centrd High School. Survivors ta addtion te his parents include seven sisters, Lena Hands, Virgtaia Bamey and Linda Mike of Fniitland, Norma Begay of Matty Farms, Marilyn Mike of Teecnospos, Ariz., Lorraine Sammon of Kirtland and Ina Christensen of Brigham City, Utah; and a brother, Johnny Mike of Frmtland. There are six meces and dght nephews. PaUbearers wiU be Mike Christensen, Lawrence Sammons, Harvey Harris, Johnny Kirk, DaWd Kirk and David Kirk. Funerd anangements are under the direction of Rrpwpr Funeral Home. MITCHELL — Fiflieral service for Shawna LaRae MitcheU, 4-year-old daughter of Mrs. LUUe MiteheU Pinto of Frmtland, wfll be at 10 a.m. Thursday at the San Juan Episcopal Mission, with the Rev. Jack Fowler officiating. Burid wfll be fa Greenlawn Cemetery. The girl died Saturday at Fniitland, victim of a drowning acddent. Survivors, fa addtion to her mother, include a sister, Michelle Lynne MitcheU of Frmtland; and five brothers, FrankUn Pinto of Counselor's and Eugene Pinto, Jackie Pinto, Gary Pinto and Calvin MitcheU, aU of Frmtland. PaUbearers wfll be Jackie Pinto, Dion Bekis, Gary Pinto and Jeffery Mason. Funerd services are under the direction of Cope Memorial

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the family home; her mother^ Louise Harrison of Bloomfield; her grandmother, UUie Lope of Kimbeto; four brothers, Steve Harrison of Salt Lake City, Utah, Roger Harrison of Farmington, Henderson Hanison of Teecnospos, Ariz., and Wayne Harrison of Bloomfield; four sisters, Gloria Hanison of Albuquerque, Lydia Blue Byes and JaWce BenWe, both of Bloomfield, and Amy Begay of Pueblo, Colo. Active paUbearers wfll be Alvin BenWe, Richard Yazzie, Henderson, Roger, and Wayne Hanison, and Johnny Blue Eyes. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Steve Hanison and George Manygoats. Funeral arrangements are under drection of Cope Memorid Ch»n»l,

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AFunerd: sendee for - Amelia Rose McKenzie, 81, of SWprock, was held Tuesday at the SWprock Funerd Home with burid in the Shiprock Cemetery. Mrs. McKenzie ded last Sunday of natural causes at the /U.S. PubUc Hedth Sendee Hospitd ta SWprock; She is survived by her husband, John;/one son, Galvin J. McKenzie; two grandchUdren; four great-grandcWldren; and oneWece. ^_*f Ana-^-t ( ? ) m NEWTON- Bah Yazzie Newton, 84, Chaco Canyon, died Sunday fat the Public Health Service Hospital in Shiprock. Funerd service wiU be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday lat the Brethren in Christ Mission at Blanco with the •Rev. Scott Redhouse and Dr. Marion Heisey officiating. Burial wiU be ta the Brettiren ' in Christ Mission Cemetery. Survivors fadude three sons, Joe Cly of Chaco Canyon and David Newton and Lloyd Newton, both of.Bloomfield; and three: daughters, Emma Delgarito of Brigham City, Utah, Sade WWte of GraWte . Canyon, Wyo., and Betty !N. [ Yazzie of Farmington. There ; are 40 grandchildren and six' great-grandchildren.f PaUbearers wfll be Joe Cly, Lloyd Newton, David Newton, r' : Wdter Newton, Lew C. Begay ; and Jerry Newton; Funeral I anangements are under ttie direction of Cope Memorial ,

McROYE - Lula Mae McRoye, 24, of Emmanuel Mission, Sweetwater,: Ariz., ded Saturday at the SWprock ! PubUc Hedth Service Hospitd. Her death was attributed to natural causes. Survivors include her husband, Stadey McRoye; her. parents, James and NelUe Tom; her mother and father-in-law, Lucy an,d Posey McRoye; five sisters, Maritta, Bertha, Irene, Rosina | Jean and Loyena Jean Tom; six brothers, Henry, Alfred, Herbert, Gerald, Wesley and Emerson Tom, all of Emmanuel Mission; her matemd grandparents, Alice Thomas of Sweetwater and Thomas Hadey of Rockpbtat; her paf McCABI_--Funerd service' ternal grandmother, Mary i for\Saiidfa'Ann McCabe, 18, Poyer of Sweetwater, and two Lakewood, Colo., who died unclesKee JbWrof SweetWater Sunday in an auto accident in and James Thorn Chee of Colorado, is set for 1 p.m. SWprock. Sendees ar. pendng Thursday at KinUchee Family with Cope Memorial Chapel. Cemetery. She is survived by f McROYE — Funerd service •V.her mother Nellie Charley for Lula Mae McRpye, 24, of McCabe, Lakewood, Colo.; one Emmanuel Mission, Sweetbrother,. Henry McCabe Jr.; water; Ariz., wiU be at 10 ajn. five sisters, Debra, Sharon, Wednesday at the: Sweetwater Karen, Marylto and Heather Word of God Church with the McCabe, Lakewood, Colo.; and Rev. Pad Redhouse officiather paternal grandparents ing. Mrs. McRoye ded SaturDavid and Adzan McCabe, •day at the Shiprock Public Kinlichee, Ariz. Funeral • Heaithi Service Hospital, arangements are under "the; i Pdlbearers will be. Henry direction of Cope Memorial TomV John Tdm, Posey Chapd. A A A A 3 1 A ) X McRoye, Alfred McRoye," Bob Curley: and John Blackwater Sr. Funeral arrangements are McDONALD — Funerd ser• .under, the -direction of Cope vice for Grace McDonald, 71, .Memorid Chapel.' - - fe TohatcW, wfll be at 1 p.m. Sunday at the Newcomb Assembly of God Church with Missionary Marguerite Shaw officiating. Burid wUI be in the Toadena Cemetery. Mrs. McDondd was pronounced dead on arrival Tuesday at K< (AA-'r San Juan Regional Medical Center. She is survived by one t> }\ff<rC son, Tommy McDondd of Two Grey Hills. There are four * A grandchildren. Pdlbearers *~v l1^., ] wfll be Rex Ben Yazzie, Tom; my McDonald, Leonard' .Monroe, Alfred Monroe, Wallace Johnson and Hoskie Curley. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

MCDONALD-:Funrfal ser"ylce for Alvin McDondd, 73, SWprock, who ded Thursday, is pendng under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. Survivors include one daughter, Daisy LapaWe, SWprock; one son, James McDonald, Two Grey Hills;: five brothers, Wilbert McDondd, Herbert McDonald Sr.:. and Hubert McDondd Sr., aU of Two Grey HUls, GUbert CUchee,- Navajo, and Albert Johnson Sr., SWprock; two sisters, NeUie Cambridge,;. Cuba, and Elsie Napoleon, Two Grey HUls; and nine graridchildren^ A7

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McKWU_T— Fuiferal service for Edith Lapaha MdCtaley, 70, of SWprock, wfll be held at Cope Memorial. j Chapel 10 ajn. Monday with ! the Rev. James Yellowman officiattag. Burial wfll be ta Memory Gardens'cemetery, Mrs. McKtaley ded Thursday at the .PubUc. Hedth Sendee Hospitd in Phoenix, Ariz. Survivors include tiiree daughters, Virginia Deyore and Ruby McKinley, both of Shiprock, and Jane Pappvich, of Phoenix; one son, Alex Lewis, Los Angeles, Calif; and one sister, Ruby Jones, ot Table Mesa; plus >.eight .grand-'.
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..-.•; "McCABE '"—' TVIrs. DeUa WaUace McCabe, 47, Chfale, Ariz., ded Oct. 29 at Chide Comprehensive Health Cen/ ter. Funerd sendee wfll be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Our . Lady of-Fatima Catholic '.•": Church in Chide, with the Rev. Blane Greto, OFM, of: ; ! • ^ ^ n ficiating./ Visitation will be | , _ l _ _ - _ . _ '••'-. -from 1 to 3 p.m. today at the Cope Memorial Chapel in Gallup. Burid wfll be ta the i wfll. be Ridiard Henderson ' ComriiuWty Cemetery at CWand Reed Henderson. Funerde. Mrs. McCabe was bora d arrangements are under May 11, 1935, fa Fort De;the direction of Cope Memorifiance. She was a lifetime resident of Chide. She graduated from St. Michaels High [ School fa 1955. She was employed with the BIA the past 30 years and iriost recently as superintendent of the Chide Agency Office. She was. a member of Our;Lady "of Fatima CathoUc Church. She was active hi church affairs. Survivors todude her toother, Antionette T. Wallace of j CWnle; tiiree sons,. Pad Allen McCabe of Lawrence, Kan., Dean E., Etsitty; arid, Olin-Duane Etsitty of Chide;, two daughters^, Etmlce McCabe and Regina Sue Etsitty of -leriipe,!. Ariz. ;• a brother John D. Wallace Jr.; of CW--We; and foursisters, Shirley. J.Garda of Chide, Johanna.: M., Kee of Many Farms,/, Ariz., Rose W. Martinez ofj M a r t i n e z and H e n r y Chfale. and Barbara J. Pick-1 Martinez. Alternates are ering of: Albuquerque.; Eldon McCabe, Henry Mc. Pdlbearers wfll Pad AUen ICabe and James L. McCabe. McCabe, Dean E. Etsitty,./ Cope Memorial Chapel of Gallup is in charge of a_ Olin Duane Eteltty, John'D. / rangements.. .,:,•>;",-,i-...;.
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SHIPROCK - A lifetime SWprock resident, career gmdance and child care adviser with the Bureau of Inddi Affairs, ded Saturday at the ./Public Health Sendee HospiV td fa GaUup. , John McKenzie;: 85, served •-fa the/U.S. Army three years arid after Ws discharge was !. asked/to try out in proi fesslonal basebaU with the ' Detroit Tigers to the American League. He was accepted for/the team, but became m"77; ' .-,__» j lonely for famUy and friends, -'; John McKenzie I returning to New Mexico | before the season opened. He ' went with the BIA fa 1928 and son, Melvin McKenzie of I retired in 1963. i r Albuquerque; a.. brother, A On retirement, he devoted Edwin McKenzie of. SWphimself to farming on a fuU- rock; and a Wece, /Marlene Davis of SWprock. There are time basis. .. ... •-;/'-. / Preceded in death by his four grandchildren. The funeral sendee for wife,; AmeUa Rose MdCenzie iin: 1977 and his ody son, McKenzie wiU beat 10 a.m. Calvin J. MdCenzie in March Saturday at the ChristianRe-' 1980, he/is survived by two formedChurch of Shiprock, j granddaughters, Nanazbah conducted by the Rev. Abe i Yvonne Crawford of. Red Koolhaas and Regional Misl ROck, Ariz., and Carmen sionary David McKenzie. McKenzie John of SWprock. -Burial, will be in the SWprock ' :- ";":'•:. Survivors include an adopted Cemetery.-

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NATCHAPpNE-Funeral . s e r v i c e f o r . T e d d y W. Natchapone, 22,,; Farmington, i; who .'died /Wednesday to .San ; Jose,"Cdlf., Is set for; 10 a.m. j Monday at Cope Memorial i Chapel with the Rev. Lewis Watson officiating. Burid will.••',,. X be in Memory hardens deme^-Ty tery./Survivors include his i parents; WiUiam and Margaret; ... NatchapoWj Chaco Plant; one xA brother,!Manuel Natchapone, San Jose,: Calif.; arid four sisters, VirgiWa/Mike, /Chaco,. and Beth Dempsey, Tilda and ! Helenora Natchaponi,' San ;., Jose, Calif. Funerd anange- .•»;. f irients are under the direction/ '3g. of Cope Memorial Chapel. A7 i_.;/":/.,;. . 8 i : •'•'. I __M__w___!

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NAPOLEON — Funerd service for Pad Napoleon, 42, Waterflow, wfll be at 10 ajn. Saturday at the Newcomb Christian Reformed Church with the Rev. Gary Klempenhower officiating. Burial wfll be fa Sheep Springs Cemetery. Napoleon ded Tuesday fa Farmington, the victim of a stabbing. He was bora June 17, 1936, at Newcomb, the son of WiUie and Stella Shortie Napoleon. He Is survived by his wife, Roslyn of Waterflow; five daughters, Priscilla, Pauline and Victoria Napoleon of Kirtland, and Anna and Lydia Haskie; two brothers, Roy Keedah and Larry Keedah of Sheep Springs; and four sisters, Irene flegay and Mary Lou Peshlakai of Sheep i Springs and Violet Johnson and Emma Dearly of Shiprock. There is one grandchild. Pdlbearers will be Larry Keedah, Roy Keedah, Henry Smith, Davidson R. Yazzie, , David Peshlakd and Hoskie CharUe. Brewer Funerd Home Is to charge of arrangments.

NEZ—Funeral service for /Louise Gilmore Nez, 35/of Rough Rock, Ariz., wfll be hdd at! 11 a,_i/ Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church/ Father CUrran officiating/ Burial wfll be n Greenlawn Cemetery. Mrs. Nez died Wed,"./. nesday at U.S. PubUc Health • Service Hospital, to Fort Defiance^Ariz; Survivors include. her husband, Frank C. Nez Sr/. of the fan-fly home; six sons,./ Delvin, Kelvins/Frank:Jr., : Roriald Delbert and Victor Nez; two daughters, Georgina; and: Alvina Nez, aU of Rough Rock; mother,: Dorothy Begay of "Rough Rock;1 father/John. Gilmore of Kayenta, Ariz.; six brothere, Cecil, Begay of Many Farms, Ariz., Victor Begay of Tsdle, Harrison, Danny, and -Alfonso E. Begay and Harvey Rex; Kee, aU of Rough Rock,four sisters, Emma Yazzie, Geneva and Mdena Begay, aU /; j of Rough Rock, and Lonaine'-" ; Tohe of Gariado, Ariz. Active^ pallbearers wlU be Cecil, Vic- '• tor J., Harrison and Danny K. , 'Begay and Larry and Benme psllsX Funeral arrangements __rgi under the direction of Cope Memorid Chanel ._-j.. oi uope Memori-if Chapel. NAHKAI—Funeral-service for AUie Bisdebah Nahkd, 79, Wfadow, Rock,. Ariz:, wfll, be beld at 2 pjn.; Monday at Navajo; Methodist Mission Chapel, the Rev. Robert Hilderman offidating. Burid wfll be in Memory. Gardens. Mrs. Nahkd ded Thursday in U.S.. Public Health Service Hospital in Gallup. She is siff.yiyed by her husband, JairiPs t . Nahkd Sr, of Window Rock, Ariz.; one son, James T. Nahkai Jr., of Tohatchi; two daughters/ ' Christine. M. Blatchford of GaUup and Phillis M. Nahkd of Wfadow Rock; one brother, Jimmie Ute of Teecnospos/ Ariz.;- one sister, Virgima Begay of SWprock- There are five grandchildren and three .great-grandchildren. Adive. pallbearers wfll be Thomas E. and James Atdtty Jr., Rex Beach, Wayne Franklin,: Jack Kyselka Jr. and Ronald Clah. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.

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NORBERTO—Funerd ser.,-, vice for Eva. Sd-di'Norberto, 36/Cuba, whowas the victim ! of an auto-pedestrian accident Friday, is set for 1 p;m. ' Tuesday at Lybrook -Mission 1 with the Rev. John -.TrujiUo; ; officiating. She Is survived: by ': her father and mother,/ WUUe and ; Marian. _ Norberto, /Chaco ' Canyon; two-brothers,-Andy ' ; Norberto and Lee Norberto, 5 ' both of Chaco Canyon and four sisters, Rose Marie Harrison, Chaco Canyon, Elizabeth Yazde, Fannington, Patricia Hanison.:Chaco, and Dorothy Norberto, Chaco. Canyon. Active paUbearers wfll be Gilbert £ George/Andy Norberto,',John • Tarrivo Wilfred Becenti, I Raymond Tarrivo and Eugene Harrison, Funeral arrangements are under the direction t of Cope Memorid Chapel.

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NEZ — Funerd service for Keeddi Hosteen Nez, 59, Shiprock, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in the Christ the King CathoUc Church at SWprock with the Rev. Flann O-fcil, OFM, offidating. Nez died Saturday at the SWprock PubUc Hedth Sendee Hospitd. He is survived by his wife, Mary Jane Nez of SWprock; three daughters, Lena M. Nez of Albuquerque, Stella Mae Henderson of Sanostee and Grade Nez of SWprock; and two sons, -Nelson Nez of Teecnospas, Ariz., and Larry Nez of SWprock. There are tone grandchildren. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

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NABAHE— Funeral service for Jack'Nabahe Sr., 62, of NascWtti, N.M., is schedded for Thursday at 10 ajn, at the Christian Reformed Church ta NascWtti with Rev. Edward Henry officiating. Burid is to foUow in the fa_nUy cemetery. Nabahe ded Sunday at the U.S.: Public Health Service Hospitd fa GaUup. PaUbearers wfll be:Truman Nabahe, Joe Nabahe, Alfred Nabahe, Kenneth Nabahe, Paul'Nabahe,.; Jacqufa Nabahe Jr., and: Anthony Nabahe,- a l t e r n a t e / . Nabahe Is survived by his wife, FloraNabahe ofNascWt• ti; eight sons: Alfred arid Kenneth Nabahe of SWproGk/ ' Truman; arid Jacqufa /Nabahe \ "Jr. of NascWtti, Chee Nabdie j of Phoenix, Joe Nabahe of Albuquerque and Pad Nabahe t of Germany; tiiree daughters: i Juanita Nabahe O .NascWtti, f NelUe Witherspoonbf Ignacio,Colo., and Gloria Nabahe of. :••• Sdt Lake City, Also surviving are two brothers, Reginald

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NEGAIJE-Funerd Akrl\% for Crdg Attakai Negde, 5month-old son of Jack and Patricia Negate of Torreon, will be held at 1 p,m. Saturday at the Ctiapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day •'•Saints in Lybrook, with Presl-\ 'dent Al Chapman officiattag;; Burial will be in Lybrook ' i Cemetery.- The infant, died Monday, at the Cuba Hedth Center/Survivors include, his parents; maternal grandparents, Bflly and Anna Yazzie of Lybrook, and paternal grandparents. Jack Negde ' . and Elsie Sain, both of Tor-:! reon. Pdlbearers will be Hard Negde, Patrick Yazzie, Bobby Negde and Irvin Sam. Funerd arrangements are under direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.

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. NELSON — Funerd sendee for Henry John Nelson, 32, Frmtland, wfll be at 10 ajn. Wednesday at Cope Memorid Chapel. Burial wiU be in Memory Gardens. Nelson ded Thursday as the resdt of an automobile acddent. on U.S. 550 west of Farmington. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Nelson, a son, Timothy Jonah Nelson, and a daughter, Carrie Lou Nelson, all of Grand Canyon, Ariz.; his parents, Helen and Jack Nelson; of Fruitland; two brothers,; Robert Henderson of Aztec and Robert Nelson of Frmtland; seven sisters, Dorothy HUl and Noel Nelson, SWprock; Virginia Mariano of Farmington; Wanda Hood of GaUup; Irene Benally of Winslow, Ariz., Rosebell Nelson and Rosie Nelson of Frmtland; an aunt, Wanda Johns of Teesto, Ariz.; and two grandmothers, Edth McKinley of Shiprock and Ruby Jones of Table Mesa. There are six cousins, five nieces and five nephews. Pallbearers will be Tommy Begay, Jack Nelson Sr., Harold Mariano, Raymond Begay, Robert Nelson and WUUe Jones. Funerd anarigeraents are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel. ,

NELSON ^ F u n e r a f Service for Ann D. Ndson, 75, SWprock, wfll.be at 10 ajn. Saturday at the First Baptist Church, SWprock, with the Rev. Tom D. Nelson of Teecnospos, Ariz., and the Rev. Henry Begay of WindowRock, Ariz., offidating. She ded Monday at the PubUc Heath Hospital, Shiprock. Burid wfll be to the SWprock Cemetery. She was employed by former Gov. Tom Bolack at the B-Square Ranch, Farmington, for some 20 years and was a Navajo rug weaving teacher for ONEO at SWprock. She was active fa tbe Christian Churdi Association throughout the Four/Corners area. Survivors fadude two brothers, Woodrow D. Nelson, SWprock, and: the Rev. Tom JD. Nelson, Teecnospos,. and two sisters, Mrs. CeciUa Nelson Henderson and Mrs. Mary Nez of SWprock. There are U.Weces and nfae nephews. PaUbearers wiU be Franklin EUison, Herman Begay, Norman Begay, tommy Begay, Jeff Begay and Samuel Ndson. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of SWprock Funeral Home.

NET— Funerd service~tor Pfc. Kendrick T. Nez, 20/wfll be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at /the Church of Jesus Christ of ' Latter-day Saints to SWprock. 1 Burid wfll be at 1,30 p.m. Tuesday to the Fort Defiance ! Cemetery. Private Nez/ who I had served fa the UiS. Marine ! Corps since .1979, was killed : Tuesday fa a training accident . | at Twentyntoe Palms, /Calif. iHe was: a 1979 graduate of |SWprock High School arid a •member of the LDS:Church in SWprock. He is survived by his.' I parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tsosie • j H: •,-Nez of Sanostee; two;X j brothers,' Frederick:, and ; Roderick Nez of Sanbsteei;. two' sisters, Carmen Wagoner and Deborah Nez of Sanostee/ his grandmother, Mrs;'-Aileen Begay and his g c e a t grandparents, Mr. and!J;Mrs. Gregory Yazzie, of Two/Grey HUls; an aunt, Mrs. Gpnevleve J. Billy of Sanostee;,. and two uncles,. James A.;Begay-.of Shiprock and Pad/li Begay of Newcomb. There/are numerous meces and nephews. Funeral arrangements/afe,under , the, direction of Huntsmani Fitzgerald and Son- Albuquerque funerd directors/:

NO-M '"-niSniue 'Notah, 67, of Lukachukai, Ariz., ded Saturday at the Chfale Ex- • tended Care Fa'clUty. Funerd; service wfll/be held at 1 ' pjn. Tuesday at Saint,/Isabel Mission with th. ReV. Niles Kraft," OFM,! officiating. Burid Wfll be fa the Mission • I Cemetery.' Survivors indude i two: daughters, Lucy Gray, a n d L u l a J o r d a n of ! Lukachukd, Ariz.; a son, PhiUip Notah of Lukachukd; j two--sisfers: Lula; Joe and 'Catherine Nakd'dto'e; and one: brother, Pad Notdi of Lukachukai. There are 21 I grandchildren and 10 great-! ' g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Active paUbearers wfll be Herbert Gray, Sam Gray and; Ndson ' Yazzie. Funeral* arrangement are under t__ direction, of Cope Memorid Chapd.

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SOr. NELSt — Thefluneral of Ernest Jim Nelson, 27, Sheep Springs, who ded Saturday to an accident near Sheep Springs,. wUl be at the Sheep Springs LDS Chapd at 10 a.m. Wednesday with President . Harrison Johnson officiating. Burial wiU be to the Communi. ty Cemetery at Sheep Springs. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs'. Andy J. Nelson; two sisters, Rose Mary /Mitchell and Shirley Ann Nelson, aU of "Sheep Springs; and five brothers, Steven Mitchell of Shiprock, Calvin Nelson of Farmington and Melvin J. Nelson, Andrew. J. Nelson and David J. Nelson, aU of Sheep Springs. Active paUbearers will be, David Jim Nelson, Melvin Jim Nelson, Calvin Jim Nelson, Andrew Jim Nelson, John McBrown and Raymond Parkett. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

NORTON — Funeral sendee for Leonard Norton, 46, a lifetime resident of TohatcW, wiU be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the TohatcW Christian Reformed Church. Burid wfll foUov in the. commuWty .cemetery. Norton ded Monday to tht Waterflow area after an accident. After graduating from school, he served with the U.S. Army In Germany during peacetime, receiving an honorable dsdiarge. Norton then joined the Bureau of Indan Affdrs, working on a survey . crew, and later became a construction instructor for the -^Office of Navajo Economic OpportuWty. A sports enthusias., ^ N o r t o n competed fa rodeos and basketbaU. Survivors faclude ^ h l s wife, Nancy Norton, a daughter, Kerry, and a son, -_.Marvfa Norton, aU of the famUy home; four brothers, Vernon, Franklin, Frank Jr, and Arthur Norton, aU of TohatcW; - ^ three sisters, Rose Morris, NascWtti, Shirley Jean Norton of 0 TohatcW and Shirley Ann Norton, Fort Defiance, Ariz.; his * mother, Grace Norton, TohatcW; five aunts, June Dennison % j 4 and Mrs. PhiUip Ben, both of TohatcW, May Watchman, Fort ?iWingate and JosepWne Charley and Mary TeUer, both ot .^Pfaedde; a grandfather, BUly Norton, Ptoedde; an uncle, ^ A r k l e Dennison; dne nephews; and three grandchildren. _ e was preceded fa death by his father, Frank Norton Sr.; a brother, Edde Norton; a sister, Carol Hubbard;'a son, Melvin, and an aunt, PauUne CWscWUy. Arrangements are under direction of Cope Memorid Chapel, GaUup.

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NAH_L_EE^-i®_t__a_ l_neral sendee for Lawrence. Wallace NaWee; 34, of SWprock, wfll be at ,10 a.m. Wednesday at Christ the King CathoUc Churdi to SWprock, With Father Lawrence Schreiber officiating. He ded Saturday at SWprock. The fui nerd and miUtary service IwiU be at Our Lady of the " j Blessed Sacrament. to - Fort Defiance, Ariz., at 2 pjn.' Wednesday, with Father John Mitt .Istadt officiating. •NaWee was formerly of Fort Defiance. Burid wUl be at Fort Defiance MiUtary CemeCity; Wd. -tree/Sons, Michadtery, with the VFW conductH/TSez7 of. Salt; Lake City, tog graveside sendee. ViewFraddin H. Nez of Okinawa, ing wfll be from 4-8 p.m to! and David A. Nez of Frmtland. day at Brewer Furieral PaUbearers wlU be; David A. Home. NaWee served to the Nez, Jim; Hoskie, Michael HlArmy during the Vietnam Nez, George Parrish, Fraddin Conflict tor which he rei H. Nez; and Ernest Teller. ceived the Air Medd, two Honorary pdlbearers wlU be Purple Hearts and the Bronze TaylOr Dixon,' Robert ! Dixon, Star. He is survived by his. • RusseU Deal and Tommy; Lin-. . ifather,' Parker NaWee; three coin. Funeral arrangements .brothers, Johnson and Larry are under the direction of Cope iNaWee and Emery MlteheU; Memorid Chapel. jtwo sisters, Peggy Hanison and Norma NaWee; and/six nieces and four nephews. PaUbearers wfll be Parker NaWee, Johnson Nahlee, Roy i Hanison, Raymus Harrison, I Harrison Joe and Nelson BenaUyson Jr. Funeral ar• rangements are under the I direction of Brewer Funerd i Home/

NEZ — Funeral serv.ce_or -ieh-nah-bdi-bil-Wh Nez, 89, of'Toadena/was held at 10. a.'iff!" today at the Toadlena i- Ghiirdi of Jesus Christ of ! Latter-day Saints/with I Branch President Peairs ' Nakd offidating. Burid was in the Toadena CpmmuWty Cemetery. Nez, a retired raUroad employee, ded Monday at the GaUup Medicd Center. He is survived by two sons, Roy Foghorn of Albuquerque arid John Foghorn Sr: of • Toadena; and four brothers, Elmer Tauglechee of Two Grey Hills, George, Tauglechee of Red VaUey,1 Ariz., Harry Charley of Sanostee and Monis Charley of Two Grey Hills. There are 11 1 grandchildren and two great-

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7A, NELSON/. ON '—IFuneral seribices for George Nelson, 60, lif Cove, Ariz., were held 10 p.m: Saturday at Christ the King CathoUc ChurchtoSWprock with Father Caron officiating. Burid wlU be at SWprock Cemetery. Nelson -.. tjsied in Farmington at 4:40 ajn. March 10. He was bom IRV 1922 at Cove, Ariz. Survivors faclude Ws mother, Honagani Nez Bitsie of Cove, Ariz.; two sisters, MinWe ' Conn of Cove, Ariz; Ruth Y. A Begay of Cove, Ariz.; four 1 . brothers, Rex Harrison Sr. of ••Gove, Ariz., WUUe Harris of j3arstow, CaUf., Harry K. Harrison of Shiprock and : ©avid Yazzie of Cove, Ariz. 7 .Pdlbearers will be Harry JsYi-Zzie, Harry B. Harison, John Yazzie, Christopher Harrison, Michael Begay and Davis Henry. Funeral arrangements are under the drection of Brewer Funeral
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/ N E Z — KlnUcheeme Nez, 83, Red VaUey,. Ariz., died June 5 at McKtaley County Mdibf .in Gdlup. He was born iii J u l y 1899 at Beclabito.'' Funerd service wUl be at 10 a.m. Thursday to 'the Cope Memorial Chapel, with the Rev. John TaUey of, ficlattag. Burid wfll foUow fa iShiprock Cemetery. Survivors indude his wife, Mary K. Nez of Red VaUey; nine daughters, Margaret Nakd and Freda Yellowhorse; Beclabito, Cora Nakd and Victoria' March of Red: Vdley, Clara Mae Hayes, Mesa Verde, Colo., Lorena Pad, SWprock/ Lula Mae Palmer and NelUe R. Poyer, of Teecnospos, and Unabelle Redhouse O Albuquerque; f two sons. Earl Redhouse, Albuquerque, and Claude j Redhouse, Bedabito; a sis| /ter, Mariiie Begay; add two ; brothers, Joe Jack and Floyd Yabeney, aU of Beclabito. There are-51 granddddren and 12 great-grandchildren. PaUbearers win be Manuel Nakd, Terry Nakd, Rondd BenaUy, WaUace L. Begay, Claude Redhouse Jr., and Earl Rediouse. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial ChapeL

_E_^-"Dorothy M , " M , of Waterflow, ded Tuesday In Gallup.Funeral sendee is to be at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Waterflow Church of God with the Rev. Richard Yerkey officiating. Burial wfll be in Frmtland. Survivors include her husband, ; Lewis Nez; four sons, Lawrence, Lee and Raymond Nez and Hariy Chee -. pf Waterflow; tiiree daughters, Bessie and Margie Nez. of Waterflow and PauUne Nez of SWprock; two "brothers, Sato and Dick Begay of Carson; and a sister, Mary Yazzie of Carson. .There are seyen/ grand' children. PaUbearers.will be Harry Chee, Dondd Yazzie, Xee Nez, Mike Barbara/Raymond Nez and James Dde;; | Funeral arrangements are "under the direction of Basin Mortuary. / /

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Nonis, 44;, of Rough Rock, Ariz., ded WednesdayfaSanta Aria, Cdif. Nonis was headnasfer of the; Navajo ; Academy for severd months • after Ws appointment fa Jdy : 1979. He- also spent one year at the; Navajo Commumty /College with the;office of Re!;:seardi; and Planning as a | self-employed educational 5 cbrtsdtant.^A visitation service wfll be at the Chapel of ; the Chimes Mortuary in Glendde, Ariz., from 5-9 pjn. .Sunday. Funerd sendee is to be at 11; a.m. Monday at the .mortuary With, the Rev. f. Arthur- Norris officiating. Burid wfll be to Resthaven " Park Cemeteiy .hi Glendde. ii Bom Etec., 21,1938, to Kaypn/ ta, Ariz., Norris Uved there p most of his life. He workedi'.for '.six years as ', assisted I 'educatibnal administrator at L the Umverslty of Arizona. He is survived by his wife, Sharon Norris of Rough Rock, Ariz.; tWee sons, Darryl, -Terrance and Robert Nonis Jr. of Perch, Ariz.; Ws mother, MUdred BenaUy of Rough//Rock; six"brothets, Alfred; Yazzi "and; Woody /.. Benally O/ Kayenta, 'Jeny f BenaUydf SWprock, MtcheU -and' Timothy Benally of /Rough Rock; and!: Tdly Norris of Phoenix/Ariz.; and his ! foster-parents, the fRev/and '". M_. Arthm-Noriis:of Cortez, .".Colo.Furierd arrangements '/are under the direction of the . Chapel pf,.-;the Chimes v Mortuary, 7924.N. 59th Ave.,

/ NELSON /--/FiMprd. ser-/ vice for Woodrow D. Nelson Sr., 79, SWprock, Wfll be'at 9:30-a.m. Thursday at the First United Methodist Chin-chief SWprock, with the-. Rey. Fred. Yazzie 'officiating/. Buri-d/-w_U:: bei/iri -MemoryGardens; with Anurias Lodge No/ 25 'performing tiie graveside rites. Visitation will be from 2 until 8 p.m. Wednesday ; at, the ' Brewer': Funeral Home : Chapel/ Nelson .ded Sunday at/theiPubUc Health Sendee Hospitd fa SWprock. Hewas a 32nd-Degree.Mason and a.member/of the Shririe.: Ne_on was'.cbrorganizer O f the Navajo Tribal Band and a member of the Albuquerque Shrine' Bdid./Sundvors include his wife, Mrs. LUUan Nelson of the family home; two sons, Eugiene Nelson df Cedar Hill and 'Woodrpw Nelsoh Jr. of; Kirtland; three daughters; / Georgia Briggs - and CeceUa Nelson of/SWprpek and Roselyn-Nelson of //Oakland/ Cdif.; a/brother, Tom Nelson of Teecnospos, Ariz.; and two sisters, Mary .Nez and; CeceUa Henderson/of ' SWprock. There are 17 grandcWldren and seven greatgrandchildren. ' Pallbearers -wilt" be/Nbnnan-' Nelson, ! James Spade Sr.,; Justin Sals, Sam Nelson, Irvin Largo and Carl R.eauvais. Honorary paUbearers wfll be the members of the; Navajo Tribal Band and Shrine rs Band of Albuquerque. Funeral ar. rangements are under the direction of Brewer Funeral Home.

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OLIVER — Funerd sendee for Pad OUver, 50, Mexican Hat, Uteh, wUl be at 10 ajn. • Thursday at the Montezuma Creek Baptist Churdi with the Rev. Johnny Nells offidating. Burid wiU be in the family cemetery at Aneth, Utah. He ded Feb. 15 in Farmington. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Gladys OUver of Mexican . Hat; three daughters, Juarata;: Nells of Ramah and Rosita and SteUa Oliver of Mexican Hat; five sons; Jimmie, Murphy, , Peter Paul, Pad James and , Curtis OUvers, dl of Mexk_ri . Hat; three sisters,'XMrs. .', ,' Charlie Whitehorse,. Esther ] Nakd and Helena Bizardi, dl of Anthen; two brothers, Caleb Tsosie of Teecnospos, Ariz., and Jimmie Tsosie of Aneth. Pallbearers will be Jimmie OUver, Murphy OUvd>: Forrest Tsosie, Jimmie Tsode?.Peter Pad OUver and Dori Toleno. Funerd arrangements are un- \ der the! direction of Cope -, Memorid Chapel^ g e ^ / y ^

OLIVER l^ttunerai ^servicei for Ricky Roger OUver, : 23, of Aneth,. Uteh, iwfll be held 10,a.m. Wednesday at - the Calvary Baptist Church to Montezuma Greek, Utah, with Kee RusseU of SWprock . officiating: Burid wiU be in the .family cemetery- in Aneth. OUver ded Tuesday - dght to a two-victim traffic ' collision in the Aneth area on State Highway 262. OUver lastatt_ic_o_5cho_ atIntermountain High School in !!Brigham City, Utah. • Sur- • .-V-Vors include Ws wife, Liflie /Jones OUver of Aneth; one ison, Ruben Aldon OUver; one j daughter, Blaire Faye OUver, and Ws parents, Harvey and Stella. Scott OUver,.; aU of • Aneth. Active pallbearers wfll be Dutchman Rente Sr., Dutchman Rentz Jr., Elvis -Rente, Edsoh Han.ey, WUUe Jones, Herman Nakd, John . Lansing, and Johnrae Jones. 'Funeral arrarigements aire under the direction of the SWprock .Funeral Home.

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POLICE—Funerd service for Mary Gleason PoUce, 65, of Two Grey HUls, wfll be held at 2 pjn. Monday at Assembly ot God' Church in Newcomb. BuridwiU be to Black House Mesa Cemetery. Mrs.-PoUce was dead on arrivd at U.S!. PubUc Hedth Service Hospitd to SWprock Survivors include' PEJEO-mineral s( her husband, Lee PoUce of the for Jeanette Pete, 40; Fann- family home; one son, Johnny ington, is scheduled for 10 PoUce; five daughters, MinWe a.m. Saturday at the Ameri- Manygoat, Daisy Howe, AriWe can Indan Bible Mission, Thomas, dl of Two Grey HUls; with Mrs. CA. Cheeseman of- i Mary Ann Police and Lull floating.. Burid wfll be in Rojas of Redwood Cityi Cdif.; Rose Garden-Cemetery, Upper Fruitland. She ded Sun- two brothers, Ben Frank and/day. Survivors Include her Notah Wilson of Two Grey mother, LiUie Russdl, Farm- HiUs; four sisters, Lillie ington; two sisters,- Pauline Brown, AUce F. Sam, Nancy J. Pete, Farmington, and Vir- BenaUy and' Ruth Johnson of ginia Nakai/ Red VaUey, Two GreyHUls. There are 19 Ariz.;; a brother^ Richard g r a n d c h i l d r e n . Active Pete, Upper Fruitland; ttiree paUbearers will be Roy arid sons/and/ two daughters. Leroy Lee, Johnny Manygoat, PaUbearers wfll be Raymond Richard Benally, Johnson S.Fdton, Robert Jim, Cecil Frank and Casey Sanders. Jim, Ridiard Pete, Jimmy Funeral arrangements are unNakai and Phillip Blackie. I der the direction of Cope Funeral arrangements are | Memorial Chapel. being directed;by.Cope Memorid .ChapeLj<f"£ 1 / PALMER—Funeral service for Frederick Palmer, 24, Frmtland, who ded from stab wounds Saturday in Upper Fmitland, is set for 10 ajn. Thursday at Lee & Oviatt Chapel with Bessie Teswood offidating. Burid wfll be ta Greenlawn Cemeteiy. A native of New'Mexico, Palmer was bora Aug. 3, 1953, to Andrew Palmer and the former Hazel., ChiscWUie. He was a member of the Assembly of God Churdi. Palmer worked as a mason block .layer. He is ; survived by his father and v mother, Andrew and Hazel Palmer/three sisters,-Lucyv Dundas and Patricia Palmer, both of Fniitland, and Jo Ann Jones of Arizona; and three brothers, Ivan of Phoenix, Ariz., and Ernest and Larry, both of Frdtland. PaUbearers Wfll be Thomas Begay, JohnWe Begay, Emest Palmer, Lance Yazzie, Sam L/ Manuelito and Michael Begay. Funeral arrangements" are under the direction of Lee & Oviatt Mortuary, / - | A rfAf?

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PESHLAK_i — Funerd service for PWUip Peshlakd, 25,: i of Hogback, is set for 10 ajn. Saturday at the LDS Chapel ta ! SWprock, with Bishop Jerry W.; Thomas officiating. Burial will be in Shiprock Cemetery. Peshtokai died Sunday toSWprock. Survivors include his ..father, R o y - E n o a h ; a : brother, WUliam Peshlakai, and a sister, Rose Elizabeth, aU of Hogback; and his maternal grandparents Tom and Daisy Peshlakd of Hogback. Active paUbearers at the funeral wfll be Herman Atcitty, Edison Reuben; Carlton Ross, Franklin Foster, Elder Dondd L. Spatig and Elder Bmce K./ Barton. Patrick Lee wfll be an honorary paUbearer.' Funeral, arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

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• PAUL — Funerd sendee for i May Paul, Bloomfield,'who PINE—Funerd sendee tor / d e d Friday at Hogback, wfll Hazel Newton Pine, 34, Box be at 10 ajn. Wednesday at the : Brewer Funerd Home Chapel. 207, who died at San Juan four aunts, Marian BlUlman,. i A life resident of New Mexico, j Mrs. Pad was bom ta 1924 in Regiond Medcd Center Fri- Navajo; Emma DelgaritO, ' Huerfano to Leo and Julia day, Is slated ' for 10 'ajn. Brigham City, Utah; Sadie (Armstrong) Todacheede Sr. Wednesday at Brethren Iri White, Granite, Wyo:/ and Christ Mission with Dr. Marion Betty N. Yazzie, Farmington; • \ Mrs. Pad was a mg weaver. ! In addtion to her; husband, Joe Heisey and the Rev. John. and/her, grandmother, Bah 1 Paul Sr., survivors include Peter Yazzie offidating. Burid Yazzie Newton, SWprock. Ac\ eight sons: Stover Pad and wfll be In^Brethren to Christ tive paUbearers wfll be David i David Paul of Shiprock; MissionCeinetery. Visitation Newton, Walter Newton, Joe ' Samuel Pad-of CWeago; Joe hours at Cope Memorial Cly, Lloyd Newton/Rudy : J. Paul of Bloomfield; and Chapel are from 8 ajn.: to 9 Yazzie "and J.C. Begay,- FunerDaniel Pad, Ervin Pad, Timp.m. Tuesday/ The casket wlU al arrangements are under the •mle Pad and Ricky Pad, aU not be open; for the sendee. direction of Cope Memorial : of Huerfano; five daughters: She Is survived by her Wis- Chapel ! Ruby Hernandez/-pf Los band, Fred Pine, Carson Tradi Angeles, Evelyn Gonzales and ing P o s t / h e r father Roy Newton, Shiprock; her daughPINTO-Funeral se__ce for | S 1 ? 3 " 0 ^ , P a u ,! M 1 T r ? l 0 " ' ter, Lenora Platero, Huerfano; Lucy C. Pinto, 44, Counselor's, I N;J-> ™ d IsabeU Pad and EUa five sisters, Evelyn N. Begay, who ded Saturday at the Cuba I Mae Paul of Herfano; four Chaco Canyon; Lorraine N. Hedth Center, Is set for 1 p.m. i s i s t e r s : M ^ Cambridge and Yazzie, Farmington; Grace N. Thursday at <•>-- _ — the Brethern Lillie Lapahe and Mabel Steley AnabeUe Pad of Durango and Begay, Shiprock; Nlta N. Navajo<--- -^ to Counselor's I pf Los Angeles; and twoMission Begay, White Rock;; and with the Rev,.John Tmjillo brothers: Frank Pad -of Sdt Carolyn N. WaUace, SWprock; offidatlh'g.' Htli&:D'wl-l^ L«/ta Lake City and Steven Pad: of her brother; Wdter Newton, Mission: Cemetery; She: is- sur- Denver. There are 18-grandFrmtland; ttiree uncles, Joe vived by her husbarid Lincoln children. Brewer Funeral. Pinto, Counsdor'-f; "twb"!sbi_, Home is to charge of arrangeCly, Chaco Canyon, _)ayid Leroy and Boyd Pinto, Coim- 1 Newton, -Farmington, and ments. ) ' 1 ^T,^rmUrm 1^ 1*j. selor's; her- daughter Judy ! Lloyd Newton, Bloomfield; Pinto Haines, Counselor's; four sisters, Bessie Refed, Ojo Encino, May M.; Costillo, -%2AF£sAl<fr$ - Pauline Janecka and Leda PETE—Funerd Service for Charley, aU of Albuquerque; P ^ T ^ N t e r y Jack Ptfte, John Pete, 35, SWprock, who/ and her granddaughter Lisa 66, Shiprock, died Saturday at was-dead on arrivd Sunday at Haines, Counselor's. Active the PubUc Health Service Hosthe San Juan Regiond Medical pallbearers will be Lincoln Center, Is pendfag^urider the. Pinto, Boyd Pinto, Andy i pitel in SWprock. Funerd serCharley, Leroy Pinto, WiUiam I vice wiU be at 10 ajn. Thursdirection- of Cope Memorial Haines, and WUUe Haines Jr. 1 day at Christ the Ktag CathoUc Chapel. He Is survived by bis Funeral arrangements are un- I Church ta SWprock With the /Rev. Lawrence Schreiber, wife, Bessie Pete, SWprock; der the direction of Cope 1 his mother, LilUe RusseU; and Memorid Chapel. • _ OFM, officiating. Burid will a nephew, Robert Jim. _ •...:,. ', be .fa toe SWprock Cemetery. _ . A i o A A n j / She is-survived by two/sons, : I'- Raymond H. Pete arid Larry Pete, both of SWprock; arid three daughters, Irene H. Pete; PATTERSON—Funeral ser inrec _» _,•—-1-> -'AHA<?-/«. 77 .iijinauiN—runerai ser„ p e te vice for Joe Toledo Patterson, ,.1 of SWprock, Juaniia n . - - . rf PI_ATERO — Funeral sferWl '• 6, of Ton-eon•wfll be held at• 10- ' a n d Laura M. Pete,s " .,, vice is pending for Bill a.m. Friday at Torreon Navajo Platen^ 50, of Carson Trading Mission With burid in Torreon be Raymond Pete,Larry f m Post, who ded Thursday fa the Charles Yellowhorse, Arnold Mission Cemetery. The Rev. / Nanahnezad area as the resdt David Skiles will officiate. of an accident. He is survived Tom Benally. Funeral ar Pdlbearers; wfll be Peter Joe by his. wife, Jane Begay rangements are under the Toledo, Hany L. Yazzie, John Platero, arid three /.daughters, Sfction of Cope Memorial T. Antonlon, Jimmie M. JoAnri Martinezv Bernice Toledo, Gary Lopez and JohnChapeL Platero and Rebecca Eldridge, son D. Sandovd. Lee* & Oviatt - dl of Fdmlngton. There are Mortuary is in charge of eight grandchildren. Furieral arrangements;'?- X l " 1*1171 arrangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial

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••'_?A/UL - _aindr£-f xMce for Curtis and Levi Joe Curtis/aU,', LaVema Mae Curtis Pad, 26, of Farmington;' maternal;; 603 W. Pinon, WU be at 10 ajn. grandmother, Grace Norberto i Thursday at. Cope Memorid of Nageezi; paternal grand. Chapel with President Bob father, Charley Curtis of SWp- ; Begay and Joe Slim of the rock, and numerous aunts,.! PARRETT — "Funeral ser- j Frmtland Alma branch of the uncles, meces and nephews. vice for Edgar W. Parrel., 81, | , Church of Jesus Christ of Pallbearers will be Wayne Ignacio, Goto., who ded this i Latter-day Saints officiating. Curtis,.-Larry Curtis; Alvin morning at San Juan Regional ! Burid wiU be ta Rose Garden Norberto; Timothy Jim, Medcd Center of natural': Cemetery, Mrs,'Paul was Edous Wabbtagton and Johncauses, is pending. Parrett/ found dead Jan. 31. She is ny Welch J r . Honorary was employed by the Bureau '•• survived by two sons, Donovan pallbearers will be Jimmy of Indian Affairs in SWprock, a : Curtis Pad of Shiprock and Draper .and Jeny Norberto. job from" wWch he retired in I David Paul of Crownpoint; Funeral anangements are un1948. Parrett had been a :- four sisters, Lenora Draper of der the direction of Cope resident of the area until two ;! I Frmtland and Lonaine Wab- Memorial ChapeL. • years ago when he moved to I bington, Vera Jane Pad and Ignacio.- He was preceded ta j Donatoe Pad, dl of Farmdeath by1 his wife, Lillian/ ington; three brothers, Elmer 6.Panett, who ded in 1959; ac Donald Curtis, Ervin Leo ' PETEB-Funeral service! daughter, MlWred Leonard of/ : ; for Mabel D. Peter,. 51, off; Ignacio; and three sisters/ Upper Frmtland wfll be held at Grace SmaUey of South Sden/1-.p.m. Monday -at Cope Ohio,! L u c y B a i r d of Meriiorial Chapel with the Rev. Cucamonga, Calif, and Dori_ James YeUbwman officiating/.. Freeman of St. Petersburg Burial wiU be in Memory Fla., as weU as three grand Gardens Cemetery. Mrs. P_er' sons and six g r e a t ded! Thursday after an illness. PVATTETKO AYi/amy grandchildreri. Funeral ai at the U.S.-.; Public Health*1 Platero, 28, 1030 W. Main/ded rangements are under th> Sendee hospital fa SWprock// Saturday ta Albuquerque. Fudirection of Cope Memoria. She was a rug weaver and past/ nerd service wfll beat 10/ajn. Chapel: ' -. i r r -: member of.the Sheep Growers j Wedriesday at the Cope MemoAssociation/She Is survived by prial Chapel/ With the. Rev. her husbdid, James E). PPter, 'Harvey Bitsfllle officiating! of the /family home; five Burial will be in Memory daughters, Rena P e t e r , , Gardens. He was a member of I- Mm'tha, Harris, Arlene. Peter, ' % ' Local Union No. 16. He is | Lenora/Peter, .ail of Upper survived by/his wife, Louise f Fruitland, and; Irene Henlo, PHILLIPS — Kunera . Platero of the fatnlly honie; a /Gajlup; four.sons, Clarence vice-for Stella Mae PhiUips, : son,;. Leander /Platero, and a ,/Peterson, Frank Peter, Fred 50, Teecnospos, Ariz., wfll be , daughter, Deahdra Platejqi i Peter and Arnold Peter, d l of at 10 ajn. Tuesday at Cope /"both of Farmirigton; /.Ws/ pa:;, Upper Frmtland;; a brother,, Memorid Chapel with tiie rents, Tony and/RiUa Platero • James Burtbn,-Farmlngtori;: Rev. Andrew Begaye offidatof Huerfano;/ two brothers, ;; four sisters, Ruth Ford, Mae ing. Burid will be ta Greeih Billie .Platero arid George /: Raymond, Marie Barber, aU of lawn Cemetery. Miss PWUips Harkes, both of Huerfano; two j: Upper. Frultland,; and Anne ded Thursday at the PubUc; s i s t e r s , Laura Jim of Health Service Hospitd fa Albuquerque and Lorraine /YeUowman, Fruitland. There' SWprock. She Is survived by; Platero of Huerfano; arid an/ are four grandchUdren, Active four sisters, Victoria Bekis,; aunt, Susan Todacheene of pallbearers will be Fred, FanWe PWUips, Daisy Phil--. Huerfano. PaUbearers will bei. ! David, and Frank Peter, Ups and Jean Slowman, aU of BUly Platero, Robert Tafpyaf ;. Clarence Peterson, Tommy Teecnospos; two brothers. Alfred TrujiUo, John Berekley,' Pad and WiUiam PWUips,. 'Henio, .and. Wilson Harris. Wafface Todacheene and Rorit both of SWprock. PaUbeartrs j WilUam Lee is an. dtemate nie H a r k e s . H o n o r a r y will be Tom Tso, Kee : pallbearer/ Funeral paUbearers wiU be Jbe-BenaF GiUWood,: Woody Lee, Ned j anangements are under the : ly, Harold BenaUy/Dan Benal McKinsley, Herman John I' direction- of Cope Memorial ly and Harrison Benally. and Peter WWtehorse, Funeral arrangements are under Funeral anangements are urife the direction of Cope Memorider the direction of Cope: V ' - • _S _ S S 5 '•'-• d-Chapel. Memoria] Chapel: PINTO — Funerd service ', for Marie Pinto, 32, of Farm[ ington, is pending with ! Brewer Funerd Home. Mrs. Pinto ded at Lovelace Clinic: fa Albuquerque Sunday. Sur-vivors faclude her daughter and son; four sisters and one- ! brother.
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PETTIGREW - F u n e r a l / service for Leonard Pettigrew/ • 35, Shiprock, wiU beat 10 a.m. -.•• Thursday; at; Clirlst theKtag/ CathoUc Church in" SWprock with the: Rev. "Lawrence,-. Schrieber, OFM-, officiating. Burid wfll be in. the veterans' section of the SWprock Ceme; tery. Graveside sendee wfll be conducted by the Shiprock 1 Veterans of Foreign Wars. H e ) i was an electrode technician with Southem BeU. He was preceded in death hy; his mother, Stella Mae Aspaas : Pettigrew, in 1977. Survivors . (include his father, Leroy Pet- /tigrew, of Shiprock; •; three 1 daughters,, Terri; Ann Pettigrew, .Theresa Pettigrew and ! .Loma Ruth Pettigrew, aU of Shiprock; four brothers, Leroy

Pettigrew Jr. ipf Burbank,;; Calif., Arnold Pettigrew Sr. of jHuerfario, Melvin Pettigrew of, ,'Las Cruces and; Leod "Pet-/ tigrew of Burbank; and -five sisters, Rose Mary Pettigrew of-Los Lunas, /Jime C. Dennison of -Tohatchi, Carisa i Barkhurst of, Prescott, /Ariz.,/ iLinda Pettigrew of Pittsburg," Kan., and Janice Pettigrew of .Lawrence, Kan. Pallbearers wiU be- Leroy .Pettigrew Jr., Mel _n! Pettigrew/Leon Pet: tigrew, AsWey Aspaas, Abbott : Aspaas Jr. and Frank Aspaas Jr. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Araold Pettigrew, PatrickL. Denmson, RusseU Joe and Rtiby Harrison. Funeral arrangements are under direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.

pATO!l^^_SeralSe^_ce for Vera Patrick, 75, SWprock,, is pending with Basin Mortuary. Retired from the . Bureau of Indian Affairs, Mrs.;! Patrtok died Friday at the/ PubUc/Hedth Service hospitd in SWprock after an : illness,.; She was preceded in death by 7 i her: husband/ Joej^and a ,son|f Benjamin. Survivors include| one daughter, Mrs. Chester;. "Betty" Chase of Shiprock; six grandchildren;and three greatgrandchildren. ;•

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PLATERO — Funeral Service for Jane Lomse Platero, 38, Farmington, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Cope Memorial Chapel with the Rev. David Tutt officiating. Burid wfll follow ta Memory Gardens cemelery. Mrs. Platero was brought last Wednesday to the Public Health Service.hospital in Shiprock and pronounced dead on arrival. Survivors .elude three sons,: Henry 'gay Jr. and PhiUip Begay atero, both of Farmington, ..•id Edison Lee Begay; ", Carson; four daughters, t Juanita Begay and Diana Rose Platero, both df Farmington, PrisciUa Rose. Begay, GaUup, and Victoria Ann Begay, Crownpoint; her father, Joe BUly, of Bisti; two /brothers, Darnel Billy, Ojo Amarfllo, and • Tom BUly, Farmington; two sisters, ;• Jarie Rose Ploche, Upper Frmtland, and Gloria Ann BUly, Los Angeles, Calif.; paternal grandmother, Mary Yazzie, Bisti; maternal grandm o t he r;, S a rah S u c c o, Whiterock; one granddaughter, Shannon Begay, Gallup;, and six aunts and . uncles. Active paUbearers wfll be Henry Begay Jr., Jerry Begay, Ricky Nelson Long, Raymond Succo, Daniel BUly and Edison Thomas. Funeral ' anangemerits' are'under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. n

tHILLriPS - r A-gravdsSe funerd service for Helen Phillips,,32, of Albuquerque Was held/at10 a.m. today with" Elder Chester Yazzie officiating at the SWprock Cemetery. She ded Friday at BemaliUo County Medcd Center in Albuquerque. Survivors in-; elude three.daughters: Jac-/ quehne/ and; Yolanda Ridffles, both/of Wichita/Kan., and: Wendy Phillips; her father, Johnson;Yazzie of Newcomb;; her mother, Agnes Yazzie of Cortez, Cold.; a sister, Victoria Yazzie of Sdt Lake City; four brothers: Chester Yazzie of Lower Greasewood, Ariz., Wilfred Yazzie of Cincinnati, OWo, Tony Yazzie of Shiprock and Melton Yazzie • of Cortez, Colo., and her matemal grandparents, John Cato and Jane Sells :of. Shiprock.. Active pallbearers will be Chester I Yazzie/ Tony Yazzie,' Milton Yazzie, Henderson Burke, Henry Hayes and Brian Yazzie. Funerd anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel-

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PUGGIEi/- Funerd service for Tom Puggie, 99, SWprock, has been set for 10 a.m. Saturday at Cope,-Memorid Chapel, with the vRev,' l Sampson:.Yazzie offidating. Burid wfll'be; in GreeWawn Cemetery,!. Puggie ded Tuesi day atthe/^ubljc HealtWServlce Hospital to SWpnic^, . Sundvors. indude two daagft, Iters, Martha Harris, /Shipt/ Jrock^iand Louise, Johiteon^' jBumham; two sons, Johnde,. IPuggle. SWprock, and I_eos ^Thomas, Tuba; City, Ariz/;• and two'nephews, BUly John, Fruitland,- and Sampson Yazzie, Farmington. There are 23 grandchildren; 22 great-grandchildren; and;2(f\ great-great-grandchildren. ! PaUbeai_rSYwiU be LeVon J. Thomas; Herman R. John:son, "Jonah R. JohnsOn, /WUbert Johnson, Delbert K. fcttdris and Leon J. Thomas. j'Fnneral arrangements are t un^er.the direction. of Cppe .Meniorid Chapel. JXAJL A A ^ T C A ^ 3 - . / P I N T O - F & d services for Mike Pinto, 24, of Counselor's wfll be hddTuesday at the Brethren Navajo Mission, to Counsdor's, with Pastor Peter Sala and Rev Tully Butler officiating. Burid wfll be at the Mission Cemetery. Pinto, bom Jan. 1, ••:.' 1958 in Counselor's, died Thursday at San Juan Regiond Medcd Center and sundvors toclur1*.. his parents, Jake and _. ae Pinto, both of Counsdor's; two sifters, Joan Manygoats and . J e a n P i n t o , b o t h of Counselor's; two brothers, Teddy Pinto, of Fannington, and Peter Sda, Bloomfield; and his maternal grandmother, Effie Martfaez, of Counselor's. PaUbearers will/, be Francis Augustine, Jimmy . Salazar, Johnson Martinez, Larry Manygoats, BilUson Smith and Daron Butler. Fu- ' nerd arrangements are under/the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel. / 7 ^ / 2 - —

PINTO —- Jonathan Pinto, ,9 days old, ded May 5 at the Umverslty of New/Mexico Medical. Center 'in-Albuquerque. He was bom AprU 29 at Cuba Hedth Center/Funeral" service was to be at 1 p.m. today fa the Bretiiren JN a y a j b M i s s i on; in Counselor's with the Rev. s Tully Butler officiating. Burial was to Mow/in Mission Cemetery, Siindvors include his parents, Johnny and S t e ph a n i e P i n t o of Counselor's; his paternal grandmother, Nellie 'frujiUb; Ws matemal grandmother, E 1 s I e S a m,~ h o t h o f Counselor's/two uncles, RusseU Martinez and Wesley VigU; and four aunts, Carolyn Martin, Brenda Harrison, Laveme Sam arid ; Corriha Sam. PaUbearers were Dan Martfa Sam and Francis Augustine. Funeral arrangements were'directed byvCope Memorid. ChapeL AO-iiAQ.

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PABLO — Funerd sendee for Harold A. Pablo,; 22, Counselor's, wfll be'/at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Brethren Navajo Mission fa Counselor's with the Rev. Woody Yazzie officiating. Burid wlU be in the Coiinselor'sf/Cenjetery. He died Monday//at the Cuba Hedth-CUdc. He Is survived by Ws mother, Jessie* L. Barborie; his father,: Harry Pablo;'two brothers, Harvey and Harrison Pablo;: three, sisters,' Hilda Ann and Matilda' Pablo and Melinda Largo; and matemal grandparents, Jones and Stella Largb; all/of Counselor's.. Pallbearers/will be; Harrison Pablo, Eddie;WUUe, Dan WUUe Jr., Jones-Largo, Harry Pablo and Harvey Pablo. Funerd arrangements are under the direction: of Cope Memorid Chapel. As.'<iA.

PINTO — Funerd sendee for Stewart MitcheU Pinto, 18, wiU beat 2 pjn. Saturday at the San Juan Episcopd Mission with the Rev. William Bagby officiating: Burid wiU I be in Greenlawn Cemetery. i Pinto ded Sunday as the result of an accident. Survivors Include his parerits, Guy and j LiUie Ptato of Frmtland; five • brothers ^Franklin Pinto/ of Elaine,. _ $ . , Eugene .Pinto of Fmiflandj'ijackie Pinto O Fort f Benning, Ga., Gaiy' Ptatp of Fruitland' and Cdvfa MitcheU of Frmtland; and' two sisters, MicheUe /Lynn MarshaU and j Shawna -taRae Mitchell, of I Frdtiarid.The patemal grand; mother Isi/.Ester,;Pinto of : Fniitland." PaUbearers wfll be. Franklin aiiii}; Jackie Pinto,. Stadey/Michael and Laurence I Bekis and Clifford Yazzie. Funerd arrangements are unj der the; direction of Cope ] Memorial Chapel.

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: Begay offidating. Survivors i ofthe stUlbom girl fadude: POYER — A graveside • his/parents; Fred and/Lda service wfll be held for Fed- t/Poyer, of Farmington; ma. die Lou 'Poyer at 10 a.m. ! ternal grandmother, Etta Monday at Memory Gardens. Denny, of Monument VaUey, Cemetery with; Bishop James lArli..;:• arid; the: paternal : 'grandmother, NeUie/ Poyer, of Shiprock. Funeral arrangements , are! undo- the | direction of .Clone Mdnorid,
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PETE — Pamela Mv Pete, 20, Frmtland, ded Wednesday near Albuquerque, Funeral service wfll be at 10 a.m. Saturday at Cope Memorial-Chapel, with Bishop Robert Hogue officiating. Burid wfll be in Memoir Gardens. Bom Nov. 9, 1961, at Santa Ana.jf'Gallf., Miss Pete- had been; .an- operator with Utah Intemational. Survivors include h£r parents, Howell and Alice Pete, Frmtland; a sister, PrisciUa Arthur, Frmtland; a brother, Dtao Pete, Frmtland; and her matemal grandparents, Bert and Zoraue John, Chinle, Ariz. PaUbearers wiU be Henry C. Begay, George H. Begay, Tyler Teswood, Harold C. Begay, David Begay and John Arthur Jr. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Harrison Bee, Thomas C,. JoWisori, JessC, Begay and David C. Johnson Jr. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel. p.

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FETE-. Darnel Pete/,36,/ Shiprock, died at/Sheep Springs, N.M., Aug. 11. He was bom-October 17, 1947 at ; Shiprock/ Funeral" services . wUl.be at 10 a.m. Monday, at Church of Christ, SWprock.: Pastor. W.B/ ' ' M a x ' ' McPhearson is officiating. Biirid :WiU be at SWprock Cemetery. Sundvors include: his wife; Grace of SWprock, three daughters; Daniela, ' Dionne, and DomeU Pete, ail of ttie family home, his mother! Louise Thomas, of SWprock, two brothers; Nelson! Pete, of SWprock, and Gerdd Pete, of Albuquerque, six sisters/.EUzabeth Yazzie, Amta Thomas, Rose Henry, Marde Tliomas,' of SWprock, AUce :PhlUips, of CWcago, LL, and Shirley Miller, of Albuquerque. PaUbearers wfll be • Nelson Pete, Jr.,'Gerald Pete Stanley CooUdge, Herman Cleveland, Ervin Yazzie, and Michael Yazzie. Funeral arrangements are under the direction dt Cope Memorial Chapd. /$QX

PETERS — Roselyn Pe- c ters, 77, Two Grey HUls Trad- [ fag/Post, TohatcW. ded at ( SWprock Hospital, Thursday. { She .was bom November 1905 t at Sheepsprings, New Mexi- ' co. Memorid services wfll be i at 10 ajn., Nov.8,i at Church : of Jesus Christ of Latter Day I Saints in Sheep Springs, with j Edward McKelvey /official- j fag. Burid wfll be at Sheep ' Springs Commmuty Ceme- ! tery. Survivors fadude: one son, Johnson Peters; two daughters, MinWe Bamey &; Dorothy John; one brother, Denet Chee; one sister, Helen Francisco. There are 13 grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. PaUbearers wfll be ! LesUe Bamey, Jerold Peters, Jim- ' mle CharUe, Johnson Peters, Natoni John, and Henry Morris. Visitation is today, from 1 to 8 p.m. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Basin Mortuary. C_T_CL_£. i-TLeJ-cTT j

PETE — Funerd service for AUce Pete, 57, of Waterflow, is to be at 10 a.m. Friday at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints to Frmtland. She ded Wednesday at the PubUc Health Service Hospital to SWprock. Burid is .to be to the SWprock Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Jim' Pete of Waterflow; a son, John Pete of Waterflow; four daughters, MinWe Pete, Stella Pete, AnWte Pete, Virgina iPete, aU of Waterflow; and tiiree sisters, Ethel Loose of /SWprock, Mary Bunny of Fniitland and Ande Blueeyes of Hogback. There are one grandcWld and 10 great-grandchUdren. PaUbearers are to be Rdph N. Atcitty, John Pete^ Alvto Benny, Mike Scott, Larry Blueeyes and HoweU Pete.' Funeral anangements are tinder the direction of Basta;'-

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PETERS — Funeral service for Thomas Lee Peters, 26, Church Rock, who ded Sunday; at tmral SWprock, wiU be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at -Cope. Memorial Chapel, with - Father Caron -VoUmer/ O.F.M.,- of Christ //the; King CathoUc Church in .Shiprock officiating. Interment wfll be in Greenlawn Cemeteiy. Peters was bom | on July 15, 1956, in Kayenta,

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A m . . Employed by- St. •Mtohad's Specid Education School ta the maintenanceide-"•-. i-jjaatment, Peters is survived jbylfWs parents, Joe arid ; Dorothy .Peters;- Ws fiancee, \ Rfith" BeriaUy two daughters, • Delphlna arid Tiffany Peters; , fojj_r brothers, Aubrey, Tom, JRIrt and David .Peters; • four kisters^ Maybdle Stanley, VI__ri_n/ Pauline and Darlene peters, aU of Kayente. He is. also-survived by Ws paternal grandparents. Pallbearers '-'•' wfll be Aubrey and Tom Pe-: rers-,./Christophpr Storer, Gayle'Singer, Lester. Mdone and. Wayne Franklin: Funerd arrangements -tre: under the direction of Cope Memorid Ghapel.

PINTO — Rosie Lodse W i l s o n / P i n t o , 32, of Fraitland, ded Tuesday at San Juan Regiond Medlcd Center. She was bom March .15, 1950, at LaVida Mission. Funerd service wfll be at 10 a.m! Saturday a{. Deer Springs Baptist Church fa Nageezi with the Rev. Don Curley. Burial will be in Lybrook Cemetery. She was preceded in death by 'a daughter, Alberta Pinto, fa 1974.. Survivors fadude her husband, James R. Pinto of Fniitland; tWee daughters,

PABLO — Funerd service for Frank Pablo, 86, of Crownpoint, who ded Sunday at San Juan Regiond Medcd Center, is to be at 10 a.m. Saturday. The Revs. John Martinson and Fred Yazzie wfll officiate for the sendee in Brewer Funerd Home Chapel. Burid wfll be fa the Lake VaUey famfly cemetery. Sundvors include his wife, Ruth; four sons, Alfred Pablo of lyanbito, Matthew Pablo of Twin Lakes, Wilson Pablo and Mayla BenaUy of Lake Vdley; four daughters," Marie Etcitty of Counselor's, Rosita Young! of Kirtland, Emma Young of Farmington and Clara Pablo of Ldce VaUey; tiiree brothers, Bobby Pablo of Carson. John Pablo of WWte Rock and George Pablo of Crownpoint; .two sisters, Grace P. Becenti of Lake VaUey and Rose Shack of GaUup; 39 grandcWldren and 20 great-grandcWldren. PaUbearers. wfll be Alfred C. Young, PhflUp Begay/Benny Aragon, Bobby Pablo Jr.; Ike Beyde Jr. and Indn Beyale. Honorary paUbearers wfll be Ike Beyde Sr., Bobby Pablo Sr., Alfred Pablo and Matthew Pablo. Funerd arrangements are under the direction of Brewer Funerd Home..

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Jennifer Simpson of Kirtland, Roberta Pinto of Bloomfield jarid Vdda Joann Wilson of |Los Lunas; her father, Joe iEdde Wilson ; of Nageezi; four sisters, Elsi-S. John, Red VaUey, Ariz., Carlene Begay and Cecelia Wilson of Nageezi and Betty Wilson of SWprock;, and three brothers, Hombre- Wilson of Farmington, Alvin. Wilson of Nageezi and Kevin Wilson of Bloomfield. Pdlbearers Wfll be Joe Wilson, Sammie Pacheco, Leon Sam/ Amos' WUson and Kevin Charley. Funeral arrangements are undetei the direction of Cope Memorid Chapel.: / .

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-RUSSELL — Funerd ser-. vice for/Orlando RusseU, the newborn son of Julius and Altoarta RusseU of Fniitland, is set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Hogback Church of Christ with the Rev. J.D. Wardow officiating. Burial wfll be: in Shiprock Cemetery. Orlando ded Friday at the San Juan Regional Medical Center, Survivors; include his parents; .a brother/ Gcrdd Pettigrew of Frmtland; his patemd grand, parents, John and Mary RusseU of Frmtland; Ws maternal grandmother, MinWe Jo Enoah of Frmtland; his maternal grandfather Roy Enoah,: of Red Mesa, Colo.; and his matemal great-grandmother, Ande Pettigrew of Hogback. Funeral anangements are under the direction of Cope Memorial Chapel.

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REID -> Funerd sendee for . WendeU Reid, 75, of SWprock : wiU be held at 10 ajn. Thurss; day from the Christian Re' formed Church of Shiprock • with the Rev. Sampson Yazzie offidating. Burid.. wfll' be to the SWprock Cemetery. Reid, i ded Friday at the SWprock Public Hedth Hospitd. Sur! viyors fadude Ws wife, Amy . E. Reid of Shiprock; fourdaughters. Fern. Hosteen, " ; Rode'Yazzie and Eva'HoguP;- .'.. i dl of Fannington, and Lenora..: . BenaUy, Cdifomia; two sons, / - Ralph Pinto of Ridgeprest, ! Cdif., and Davie Tom Reid of !- SWprock; two sisters", Marie; j • Joe and MinWe Begay of Cove, j • ! : Ariz.; and four brothers, Casey , Roundhouse. of Many Farms, ,.] j Ariz.,. Wdlace Reid of Round t 1. Rockj^Ariz., John Reid of j. ;.' Gove, Ariz., and Taylor Rdd of u I••'.- Teecnospos, Ariz. There are also/21 grandchUdren and 17 fc g r e a t - g r aridch i 1 d r e n,./ C Pallbearers will be Danny tt A. Hogue, OrvUle Tslnde, Eldon B I BenaUy, Arcado Flores, Davis; at I Reid and Harding Yazzie. Fu- fa • nerd arrangements are under ci • the direction of Cope Memorid p.

ROANHORSE — The funeral sendee for Hosteen-Roanhorse, 105, of Waterflow, wfll be at .11:30 ajn. Monday at the'Flrst . Baptist Church/at Shiprock, "with the Rey.;/Scott FrankUnc^ officiating. Burial Wfll be in^-. the SWprock Comminuty Cem^ i etery. Roanhorse ded Wednes- ^ day at U.S. .Public. Health "if Sendee Hospital a t Shiprock. ^ Survivors! Include: a; sonj,;S /. Timothy. Roanhorse oiTShlp-, rock, and a ; daughter, Amy Franklin of/Flagstaff,Ariz. There rare four grandchildren and seven great-granddifldren, PaUbearers wfll be Danylson, Dez/ Oscar Foster^/Bill Franklin,.-Jeffersori I-^;:Theodore Wilson and Steplien .Arthur. Arrangements are; urn der/thej direction °f Cope Memorid Chapd. / 4 ' 7 < 7 A

R a y ^ nmerd serv_e 'for / 1 AJice Zithclorae , Ray, 73,of Lukachukd, Ariz!, wiU be at 1 p/m.' Monday at St: -Isabell CathoUc Mission, Bur id wiU ;he faSt. Isribell cemetery in Lukachukai. Survivors include seven daughters,. Caroline Rubeun Begay, Dolores Ray, ..Virginia Leonard, Mary L e o n a r d , Ma r g a r e t ..ppchinclonnie, June Theresa Yazzie', all of Lukachukai, Coreta Lowe of Shiprock; 'three brothers, Jo_a Begay, of .fort Defiance, Ariz., Pete Begay of Old Saw -Mill, Ariz., arid;•• R i c h a r d : Begay of Toadena; .a sister, Mary Willie Cisco of Lukachukai; and 41 grandchildren and 34 •g r e a t - g r a n d c h 11 d r e n . Pallbearers will/be Johnny Lowe, Raymond/Leonard, (Leslie -Yazzie,-/Augustine Leonard; Nelson Leonard, '• Wdlace Yazde/Benme Begay and Abaraham Bochtoclonme; Funeral anangements are under the, direction of Cope Memorid: Chapel. .,

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RAMONE-Fmferd sendee for WilUe Dick Ramone, 22," Smith Lake/who died to Lawrence, Kan-., Friday, is pending a t Lee & Oviatt Mortuary. He was bora to Tom ••'-. Dick and LiUie Ramone Oct. 28, ,1954, in Crownpoint. He i worked for Santa Fe Railroad. .He is survived by his mother, i.Lillie;.Funerd arrangements' are under the direction of ! & Oviatt Mortuary/

i RAMONE—Funerd sendee for Tom. Dick Ramone, 65, of Smith Lake, wfll be hdd at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the First, Baptist Church in Crownpotat, with Dr. PhflUp and Jimmy Actcity officiattag. Burid will; be at/Smith Lake Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Johnson Kieri Sr., Ronald Ramone, Tommy/Platero, Willie i: E.: Ramone; Pattie Joe Platero and Joe Ramone. Ramone ded Thursday at the U.S! PubUc Health. Service Hospital in Crowripoint as the result of an auto-pedestrian accident. He war -bom April 30, • 1912, In Borrego Pass. He is survived by his wife, LUly Mary Cowboy. Funerd arrangements are under direction of Le. andOvlatt Mortuary.

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REED — Funefd sendee for . ROCK —/Funeral service John F. Reed, 47,'Rock Point, . tor James Rock, 32, Kayenta, .,Ariz., will be at 10 a.m. Ariz., wiU be at 10 a.m. FriThursday at the SWprock Fuday at the Assembly, of God . neral Home with the Rev. Church in Dennehotso,- Ariz., Larry ScWeiber OFM official-' with the Rev. Robert Tom Sr. \ fag. Burid wlU be fa the officiating. Burial wlU be fa Shiprock Community Cemethe Dennehotso Commumty . i. tery. Reed ded Oct. 9 at the Cemetery. Rock ded Sunday I San Juan Regional Medical at Tuba City, Ariz. He was an 29>t Devils Lake, N.D. and is Center emergency room. He is employee 'of the Peabody survived by his parents, Ben survived by two brothers, Joe Coal Co. in Black Mesa, Ariz. and Henna Reddye, both of ,'YeUowman of Kayenta/Ariz/ Rock had served with the and Tom YeUowman of MexiBaby Rock; five brothers, U.S. Army during the Vietcan Water, Ariz.; and two Dannie,; Gabriel, Stanley, namese War. He had resisters, Mrs. Desbah Goldtooth , Ben Jr. and Gene Reddye, dl ceived the Nationd Defense of Rock Point and Mrs. Gladys •"ofJSaby Rock; six ,slatere, Service Medd, the Vietnam Grants of Blanding, Utah. FuNajiena Henry, Ande RedService Medal with three nerd anangements are under dye/Helena Reddye, Brenda Bronze Stars, the RepubUc of the direction of the SWprock Reddye, aU of Baby Rock, Vietnam Campdgn Medal, Funeral Home in Shiprock. PhylUs Keith, of MontlceUo, the Purple Heart, a Bronze Utah, and Lena Mae WWte, Star Medd, Anny Commenof' ChUchlmbito,. Ariz.; one" dation Medd, with Oak Leaf son, Sam D. Reddye Jr., of Cluster and held a Sharp, REDBIRD — Funerd serDevils Lake; and his grandshooter rating with rifle. Survice for Dorothy Brown Redmother, Eumce Green, of vivors include Ws parents, bird, Tuba City, Ariz., who I Faye and Joe Rock Sr. of Devils Lake. Funeral arded at 3:40 p.m. Tuesday at rangements are under the Kayenta; three brothers, her home, Wfll be at 1 pjn. direction O Cope Memorid f Emest Rock, WUson Rock Friday at the Tuba City ComChapd. 1 1 8 7 1 - .; and Joe Rock Jr! of Kayente; mumty Center; The Rev. B. three sisters, Josephine Middebrook, pastor-- of: the Bracker and Ida Mae Labahe Church of Christ, Anson..Texot Kayenta and; .Fermlna VALA^A_ '7/f'S.tff' as, wfll officiate.-. Burid wUl — BEN — unefal serv REU__ 5T- Fmiei'al _erylce Yazzie of Flagstaff, Ariz.; be. fa the Tuba Qty-Ceme. for Mrs. Dorothy Reuben, 69, tery. Mrs. Redbird was emand his paternal grand^ SWprock, wfll be held'at 10 ployed as a socld worker at mother, Patsy Johnson of a.m. Wednesday at the Shipthe PubUciHedth Hospital, Kayenta. There arenumerrock Assembly of God Church Tuba City. Survivors faclude ; ous nieces and nephews. with the Rev. Charles Lee a daughter, Melva