The Spokesman-Review from Spokane, Washington (2024)

22 THE SPOKESMAN-REVIEW Sept. 3, 1979, Spokane, Wash. NOTICES Major League Baseball Expos' barrage buries Reds MONTREAL (AP) The Montreal Expos collected nine hits and six runs in the first inning and went on to 13-1 rout of the Cincinnati Reds behind the four-hit pitching of Steve Rogers Sunday for a three-game series sweep. Rogers, 12-8, retired the first 11 men he faced and did not allow a hit until Vic Correll led off the sixth with a double. Correll scored on a one-out double by Dave Collins.

Rangers 7, Red Sox 6 BOSTON (AP) Willie Montanez led off the 11th inning with a home run, lifting the Texas Rangers to a 7-6 victory over the Boston Red Sox Sunday. Orioles 3, Twins 1 BALTIMORE (AP) Gary Roenicke slammed a two-run homer in the eighth inning as the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Minnesota Twins 3-1 Sunday behind the five-hit pitching of Scott McGregor. Phillies 2, Braves 1 ATLANTA (AP) Greg Luzinski belted a run double in the 10th inning Sunday to give Philadelphia a 2-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves, enabling the Phillies to complete a sweep of the three-game series. Mets 5, Astros 4 HOUSTON (AP) John Stearns drove in two runs, including a winning double in the seventh inning Sunday, to rally the New York Mets to a 5-4 victory over the Houston Astros. Houston retained its one-half game lead in the National League West Seahawks- recovered fumbles by Zorn and David Sims, while linebacker Roy Preston had two of the Chargers' three pass interceptions.

Five of Seattle's six turnovers came in the second half, three, in the Thomas final period. accounted for San Diego's third touchdown of the game on an 8-yard run with 5:09 remaining. Raiders 24, Rams 17 LOS 'ANGELES (AP) Quarterback Ken Stabler threw three touchdown passes to complete a trio of short scoring drives, boosting the underdog Oakland Raiders to a 24-17 victory over the Los Angeles Rams in a National Football League season-opener Sunday. Two of the scoring passes went to Raymond Chester, covering 27 and 4 yards, respectively, and the third was a 1-yarder to Darrick Ramsey as the Raiders overcame a 14-0 Los Angeles lead by taking advantage of multiple mistakes. Cowboys 22, Cardinals 21 ST.

LOUIS (AP) Rafael Septien booted his third field goal, a 27-yarder with 1:16 remaining, to give the Dallas Cowboys a 22-21 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals in an action-packed National Football League opener Sunday. Septien's field goal, with rookie Glenn Carano in a substitute role as holder, climaxed a Cowboys' comeback after the Cards rallied from deficits of 10-0 and 19-14 to grab a 21-19 edge with 3:44 remaining. Oilers 29, Redekins 27 WASHINGTON (AP) Running back Earl Campbell, the league's leading rusher as a rookie last season, plunged over from the 3-yard line with less than two minutes left for his second touchdown of the game Sunday as the Houston Oilers beat the Washing- when second place Cincinnati lost to Montreal 13-1. Yankees 6, Royals 5 NEW YORK (AP) Graig Nettles' two-run 1 homer capped a game-tying three-run rally in the bottom of the ninth inning, Oscar Gamble walloped solo shot in the 10th, rallying in the New York Yankees to a 6-5 victory over the Kansas City Royals Sunday.

Nettles connected off rookie Gary Christenson and Gamble unloaded against Steve Mingori, 3-3, both shots coming after the Royals brought in left handed pitchers to try to combat the Yankees' left-handed power hitters. Pirates 5, Giants 3 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Steve Nicosia belted a two-run double in the second inning, sparking the streaking Pittsburgh Pirates to a 5-3 victory over the San Francisco Giants Sunday and a sweep of their four-game series. Dodgers 6, Cubs 2 LOS ANGELES (AP) Davey Lopes slugged a grand slam home run with two out in the ninth inning to cap a five-run rally and lift the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 6-2 victory over the Chicago Cubs Sunday. Angels 5, Indians 2 CLEVELAND (AP) Dave Frost and Mark Clear combined on a fivehitter and Don Baylor drove in two runs with a single and his 31st homer as the California Angels defeated the Cleveland Indians 5-2 Sunday. -(Continued from ton Redskins 29-27 in a National Football League opener.

Dolphins 9, Bills 7 BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) Burly Larry Csonka bulled for 87 yards Sunday, including 45 in seven carries on a crucial fourth quarter drive to pace the Miami Dolphins to a 9-7 victory over defense-minded Buffalo in a National Football League opener. over the Green Bay Packers in a National Football League opener. Eagles 23, Giants 17 PHILADELPHIA (AP) Quarterback Ron Jaworski threw two touchdown passeresHarold Carmichael and rookie barefoot kicker Tony Franklin booted his first professional field goal in a 23-point second period as the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New Giants 23-17 Sunday. Browns 25, Jets 22 NEW YORK (AP) Cleveland's Bears 6, Packers 3 CHICAGO (AP) Bob Thomas booted a pair of field goals and Walter Payton rushed for 125 yards on 36 carries in 80-degree heat Sunday to lead the Chicago Bears to a 6-3 victory Don co*ckcroft, whose 35-yard field goal with four seconds left in regulation time tied the game, kicked a 27- yarder with 14:45 elapsed the extra period, giving the Browns a 25-22 victor4efj t'he New York Jets in their National Football League season opener Sunday.

Broncos 10, Bengals 0 DENVER (AP) Norris Weese fired a 6-yard scoring pass to running back Dave Preston and the Denver defense consistently made the big a A's 5, Tigers 4 DETROIT (AP) Right-hander Rick Langford survived 10. hits, including two home runs, and Dave Revering triggered three rallies with a single and two walks as the Oakland A's beat the Detroit Tigers 5-4 Sunday. Brewers 7, White Sox 2 CHICAGO (AP) Gorman Thomas smashed his 37th home run to take over the American League lead and Sixto Lezcano added his 26th, a towering two-run shot in the fifth, to lead the Milwaukee Brewers toa 7-2 victory over the Chicago White Sox Sunday. Cards 2, Padres 1 SAN DIEGO (AP) Ken Oberkfell drove in Tony Scott with a sacrifice fly in the ninth inning to give the St. Louis Cardinals a 2-1 victory and threegame series sweep over the San Diego Padres Sunday.

Scott led off the inning with a double to left-center off Padres reliever Mark Lee, 2-1, and was sacrificed to third by Ken Reitz. Blue Jays 8, Mariners 5 TORONTO (AP) Roy Howard drove in four runs with three hits, including a three homer, as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Seattle Mariners 8-5 Sunday. Rookie right-hander Dave Stieb, 6-5. was the winner with lat relief help from Jesse Jefferson, who earned his first save of the year, pitching out of a bases-loaded situation in the eighth. page 19).

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COUNTER SERVICE HOURS 8 A.M.-5 P.M. DAILY Closed Saturdays The Spokesman-Review Spokane, Wa. 99210 NOTICE to Want Ad Users: OFFICE Will be Closed today in Observance of LABOR DAY a MONDAY, SEPT. 3 53rd DAY OF 69-DAY MEET First post time, 1:30 p.m., Pacific Daylight Time (Horses listed in order of handicapper's preference) FIRST $2,300, 3-4 YO, maiden phillies, 6 furlongs. 8-24 6 Forfeit's Diamond (No 9-5 As good as any.

8-19 8 Poke Gold (Schubert). 115 5-2 Awoke in recent. 8-26. 11 Burgandy Rose (Utecht) 115 7-2 Chance if goes. 8-29 13 Affertando (Mots) 120 6-1.

Must draw in. 8-24 2 Jocko Kay (Stauffer) 115 8-1 Not out of it. 8-12 7 Mar Ada (Mots) 115 10-1 Close at huge odds. 8-22 3 Janie Be Fleet (Obrist) 120 12-1 Raced evenly. 8-17 5 Mitey Hiedi 120 12-1 Can better recent.

9 Bionic Wolfe (Garcia) .....115 15-1 Tab the action. 8-3 10 Fancy Tide (Vens). 115 20-1 Good hustling rider. 8-26 12 She's A Gasser (Obrist) 115 8-1 Must draw in. 8-19 4 Melody Linger Not (Hummel).

110 25-1 Hard to boost. 8-19 1 Baby Lou (Bryson) 120 30-1 Faces stern task. 14 Annie Hook (Garcia) 120 30-1 Doubtful starter. SECOND Purse $1,500, 3 YO maidens, 6 furlongs. HORSE-0-SCOPE 6 Juzan (Vens) .117 2-1 Reported to be a good one.

1 Maion Maloney Mount (Colton)120 3-1 From top barn. 8-19 5 Feel Likealing (Mots) .120 4-1 Should benefit from debut. 8 Col Custer (Pruitt) 120 6-1 Prepped well for this. 3 Cocos Mink (Clark) 117 8-1 Tab the action. 2 Foo Foo Rah 117 20-1 Good hustling rider.

4 Case Of Libel (Wright). 120 12-1 No line here. 7 Coffee Wtih Cream (Utecht) ..120 20-1 Contention runs deep, 9 Bold Popi (Garcia) 120 30-1 Let's see one. 10 Naches Pass (no rider) .120 30-1 May do later. THIRD Purse $1,400, 4 YO and Up, claiming $1,600, 1 mile.

8-26 12 Northern Express (Pruitt) 122 8-5 Wide open heat. 8-24 6 Wandering Rose (Obrist) .....119 5-2 Coming up to best. 8-26 5 Lencraft (Garcia) .122 3-1 Had several chances. 8-26 11 Premium Command 4-1 Overdue for tally. 8-26 4 Ease The Pain (Alumbgh) 115 6-1 Last was better.

8-24 3 Dr. Schoenholtz (Wright) ....122 8-1 Not out of it. 13 Price Fighter (Chappie) .122 10-1 Fits right in. 8-18 10 Crevida (Stauffer). 119 12-1 Improvement required.

8-24 8 Fine Favor (Colton) ........122 15-1 Rider aids chances. 8-25 7 Countess Foxi (Mots) 119 20-1 Been stopping. 8-26 2 Classy Clyde (no rider) 122 25-1 Recent efforts dull. 8-5 1 Wasoc Rule (Bryson) 122 30-1 Been away for a while. 8-26 9 Color Me Fleet (Schubert) ....114 40-1 Hard to boost.

8-29 14 Early Eve (Irwin) .........119 40-1 Doubtful Starter. FOURTH Purse $1,400, 3 YO, claiming $4,000, 6 furlongs. 8-29 2 Atomic Moon (no 119 8-5 Gets another chance. 8-24 Basin Balckie (Trujillo) 122 5-2 Could come right back. 7-29 7 Sean's Parasol (Pruitt) .......116 3-1 Make top ones hustle.

8-15 10 Eaglerule (Wright) 119 9-2 Not to be ignored. 8-24 8 Teanna Star (Clark) .....116 6-1 Good combination. 8-11 9 Kaynita (Irwin) 119 8-1 May do better here. 6 Wings Of Blu (Hummel) ......106 10-1 In with a feather. 8-22 4 Party Alert (Stauffer) ........119 12-1 Can't recommend.

8-26 3 Wills Dream (Alumbgh) 109 15-1 Sharp apprentice. 8-11 5 Sea Who (Schubert) ..........114 20-1 Not if last true. FIFTH Purse $1,500, 4 YO and Up, claiming $1,600, furlongs. 8-19 6 Mr. Attaboy (Colton) 122 5-2 Drops to the bottom.

8-29 5 Balanced Account (no rider) ..122 3-1 Wins if top one fails. 9 Rep's Worth (Pruitt) 122 7-2 Will be in picture. 8-29 4 Punch And Bluster (Utecht) ..122 Fits well with these. 7-27 7 Sparky Boy (Hummel). 109 Upset possibility.

8-17 3 Wild World (no rider) 119 8-1 Fancies umbrella weat SIXTH Purse $1,500, 3 YO and up, claiming $3,200, 6 furlongs. 8-29 2 Page Time (Konkright) ....112 8-5 Been known to surprise 8-22 8 Record Smasher (Colton) 117 5-2 Good early foot 6 Distant Relative (Wilson) 117 7-2 Easy spot for debut 8-17 9 Coy Roy (Truillio) 122 6-1 Not out of it 8-29 10 Zante Du (Mots) 117 8-1 Last was better 8-22 7 Mystic's Hitter (Utecht) 122 10-1 Rider aids chances 8-25 5 Hussy Gussy (Hummel) 104 12-1 Steps way up 8-22 3 Better Get Joe 15-1 Cannot recommend 4 Mom's Surprise (no rider) ....114 20-1 Would be an upset. 8-24 1 Zulu Bouquet (Greene) .......109 25-1 Hard to boost SEVENTH Purse $1,700, 3 YO and up, claiming $2,500, furlongs. 11 Chic A Roo (Colton). 8-26 2 Gallant Artie (Pruitt).

8-8 8 Bow Magic (Lambert). 8-26 10 Miss Rahmi, Jr. (Triuillo) 8-19 1 Nicky R. (Vens) 8-19 7 Free Equity (Clark) 8-22 6 Prince Full (Hummel) ........112 8-26 9 Dynamax (Schubert) 3 Effort's Desiree 8-18 5 Joe Richmond (Utecht) 8-26 4 Red Earl (Wright) 122 8-5 Need only draw in 119 5-2 Last was fine effort 119 5-1 Drops back in class 119 6-1 Has all her speed 122B 8-1 Won last at boxcars 119 8-1 Recent below best 10-1 Old fellow gone back 114 12-1 Lost his punch 117 12-1 Been on vacation 119 15-1 Beat easier in last 119 20-1 View from afar EIGHTH Purse $1,900, 3 YO and up, allowances, 6 furlongs. 8-29 2 Bi Pago (Mots) 8-26 9 Franklin Marion (Colton) 8-11 1 Pupcup (Garcia) 7 Seakist Charlie (Obrist) 8-25 3 Lonely Wallet (Utecht) 5 Rabuzin (Wilson) 4 Joppa Bay (Byson) 8-18 6 Political Pull (Wright) 8-19 8IBN 122 8-5 Logical choice 122 5-2 Good race one back 116 3-1 Best effort required 119 6-1 Probably needs the out 116 8-1 Not to be Ignored 114 10-1 Montana invader 119 12-1 Seems up against it 122 15-1 Could be closer 119 20-1 Contention runs deep NINTH 72nd running, The Spokane Derby.

Purse 3 YO, handicap, 11 miles. 8-19 9 Le Cherro (Garcia) .125 6-5 Still the champ 8-19 4 Solid Set (Colton) 120 5-2 Reliable for top effort 8-19 6 Shahelee (Wright) 119 7-2 Prepard well for this 2 Sharp Fiddle (Cooper) 114 9-2 From good outfit 3 Hyperspur (Truiilio) 115 6-1 Not an easy task 8-19 5 Love Is A Rose (Pruitt) 115 8-1 Some early foot 7-29 7 Mission Gem (Obrist). 112 10-1 Can't recommend 8-24 8 Poiken (Utecht). 10-1 Faces stern task 8-29 1 At Long Last Love (no rider) 108 30-1 Pay huge dividends TENTH Purse $1,900, 3 YO and up, starter allowance, 11 miles. 8-18 3 Kid Sharaz (Utecht) ......119 8-5 Should nail 'em in drive 8-26 2 Pa's Brother (Mots) .115 5-2 Can better last try 8-26 4 Bobbie Singer (Hummel) .....105 6-1 Came to life in last 8-25 7 Instant Monarch (Pruitt) .....115 6-1 Distance no problem 8-22 6 Jetower (Stauffer) 119 6-1 Could be in exacta 8-24 8 Cold Country (Garcia) 119 10-1 Might be good enough 8-26 5 Pat's Commander (Almbgh) 108 12-1 In with a feather 8-29 1 Tom R.O.

115 20-1 Outsider today PLAYFAIR RESULTS SATURDAY, SEPT. 1. -51ST DAY OF 69-DAY MEET Weather cloudy, track fast Copyright 1979, Daily Racing Form, Inc. FIFTH 1 mile 70 yards, purse $1,500, 4 YO and up, claimins $1,400. 8-26 Streakin Lady 114 Utecht 1.90 8-25 Hot Fleet 109 6-3 2-2 Hummel 7.60 8-26 Flashy Sword 119 8-2 8-3 5-2 3h Mots 5.35 8-26 Bold Spender 122 3-h 3-11 4-3 Vens 4.55 8-26 Bit O' George 117 7-1 3-h 5-1 Bryson 26.10 8-25 Rebate Plan 119 9 9 9 7-h 6-7 Schubert 13.60 8-24 Tim O' Deckor 119 2-11 2-1 5-h 7-h Colton 7.40 8-25 Hot Command 118 7-3 7-11 8-7 Stauffer 55.05 8-25 Another Place 122 1-3 1-4 1-h 6-1 9 Clark 5.55 :23 :47 1:12 1:40 1:45 Start good, won easily.

(6) Streaking Lady 5.80 3.10 2.60 Quinella (1-6) $53.25. (1) Hot Fleet 5.90 4.50 Trainer William Rima. (2) Flashy Sword 3.20 Owner Mr. and Mrs. William Rima SIXTH 1 mile, purse $1,600, 4 YO and 8-18 Linterkei Greene 120 8-25 Rayson Lady 106 8-25 Sweet Greene 117 3-2 8-25 Prep Coed 117 8-24 Another Sister 116 6-1 7-28 Persnickety 120 8-29 Pegasin 110 2-h 8-25 Hitabit 117 1-5 :20 :47 1:13 1:40.

(4) Linterkei Greene 6.50 4.00 3.00 Rayson Lady 4.90 3.40 (1) Sweet Greene 3.50 up, claiming $1,400. 2-1 Colton 2.25 4-3 Hummel 3.85 3-h 4-2 Irwin 5.55 8 8 7-8 4-3 Utecht 10.65 5-no Obrist 20.45 7-2 5-h 6-1 Stauffer 4.25 2-3 2-11 7-2 Alumbaugh 6.85 1-4 8 Truiillo 11.65 Start good, won driving. Trainer Keith Davis. Owner Bertha Davis SEVENTH furlongs, purse $1,400, 3 YO and up, claiming $3,200. 8-22 Logan's Veteran 122 8-11 6-h 3-h 1-n0 Colton 3.25 8-25 Sy's Jester 119 1-h 1-2 2-1 Utecht 3.35 8-25 Scrap Metal King 112 7-1 4-11 3-h Hummel 26.70 8-22 Sandecap 116 Bryson 33.85 8-25 Uncle Joner 122 4-2 4-h 5-1 Lambert 25.20 8-26 Warm Ready 119 6-h 6-h Pruitt 9.75 8-25 Sir Cup 115 10 10 7-h Alumbaugh 16.85 8-22 Tollay's Beau 119 10 9-5 9-4 8-5 8-5 Stauffer 4.85 8-25 One Night Out 119 3-h 9-nk 2.45 8-18 Glory Brigade 119 1-h 10 10 Obrist 53.65 :23, :47 1:12 1:19 Start good, won driving.

(4) Logan's Veteran 8.50 4.30 3.20 Trainer Joe Rizzuto. (5) Sy's Jester 5.60 4.50 Owner W.I. Purse, Inc. (6) Scrap Metal King 8.00 EIGHTH 1 mile, purse $1,900, 3 YO and up, claiming $3,200. 8-24 Judge's Secret 116 6 4-h 8-25 Heart Of Erin 122 0 4-h 4-h 4-1 Obrist 3.90 7-5 6-1 Trulilio 5.70 8-24 DQ-Smart Trade 115 00 2-1 2-1 3-h Utecht 16.20 8-26 Drink The Wind 119 6-1 3-1 3-11 Mots 9.10 8-22 Stew The Dude 122 1-h 5-nk Pruitt 1.35 8-24 Branesica 122 5-1 5-h 6-4 Vens 8.55 8-19 Frenchman's Grey 119 8 8 7-3 7-7 Schubert 41.55 8-18 Bardon 117 3-h 8 8 Colton 6.35 :23 :47 1:13, 1:39 DQ Disqualified and placed fourth (6) Judge's Secret 9,80 4.60 so 3.20 Start good, won driving.

(3) Heart Of Erin 4.90 3.60 Trainer Scott Walgren. (5) Drink The Wind 4.70 Owner Walgren Whaley NINTH furlongs, purse $2,000, 3 YO and up, 7-14 Candoe Mia 117 5-1 3-2 1-2 Colton .90 cents 8-24 Chandalar 115 3-1 Pruitt 5.45 8-24 Phil's Miss 120 7-4 7-3 Mots 6.70 8-18 Moon Deb 120 2-1 2-1 2-2 4-3 Truillio 6.35 8-25 Pretty Dr. Sally 120 0 4-1 6-2 5-1 Lambert 28.45 8-29 Mad A Hit 115 8 8 6-1 Bryson 10.95 8-12 Pokin Fun 122 5-h Vens 9.20 8-18 Palenque Sue 117 3-h 6-h 7-h 8 Irwin 32.75 :22 :46 1:11 1:18 Start good, won easily. (2) Candoe Mia 3.80 3.40 2.70 Trainer Vaden Ashby. (5) Chandalar 4.50 3.30 Owner Fern Ashby (3) Phil's Miss 3.30 1-49 LEGAL NOTICES NOTICE FOR BIDS The following committee: Director of Purchasing, City Clerk, and Public Works Director will receive sealed bids in duplicate until 9:30 a.m.

SEP. TEMBER 13, 1979 for COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT: WHEEL CHAIR RAMPS. In Spokane, Washington in accordance with Plans and Specifications on file in the office of the Public Works Director. Bids shall be submitted in duplicate on a unit price basis on the forms provided and in accordance with the provisions of the specifications and nolump sum bids or bids containing unrealistic unit bid price will be accepted. Bids are to be filed in accordance with the charter ordinance of the City of Spokane, and one bid shall be addressd to the City Manager and one to the City Clerk.

A certified check or surety bond in the sum of of the Total Amount of bid must accompany the copy of the bid filed with the City Clerk. No bidder may withdrew his bid after the time set for the opening thereof; unless the award of contract is de layed for a period exceeding thirty' (30) days. SUCCESSFUL BIDDER SHALL BE PREPARED TO SUBMIT NECESSARY BONDS, CERTIFICATES, ETC. IN ORDER THAT THE CONTRACT MAY BE EXECUTED AND NOTICE TO PROCEED WITHIN FIVE (5) DAYS OF OF BIDS. The City Council reserves the right to reject any or all bids submitted.

TERRY L. NOVAK C13 12 DEATHS ALEXANDER, Harian Albert Passed away September 2, 1979 in Spokane. His home 14301 E. Wellesley. Survived by his wife, lone Alexander, at the home; three sons, Lynn Albert Alexander, Spokane, Garry Kent Al-.

exander, San Diego, CA, Dean Owen. Alexander, Spokane; five Mrs. Bernard (Lois) Brown, Pittsburg, Penn, Mrs. Wesley (Phyllis) Wagoner. Spokane, Mrs.

Edward (Arlene) Smith, Pinehurst, Idaho, Mrs. James (Kay) Horn, Bolder, Colorado; ten grandchildren; one brother, D. B. Alexander, Las Vegas, Nevada; two sisters, Mrs. Bonnie Wells, Arlington, Virginia, Mrs.

Willard (Flossie) Slaughfer, Palmer, Illinois; numerous nieces and nephews. He was a member of Concordia Lodge No. 249, F. A. War I Veterans No.

819; Magnolia Chapter 194 O.E.S. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, N10 Post Street, Suite 740, Spokane, WA 99201. THORNHILL VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, $1400 PINES RD. in charge of arrangements. BAKKEN, Annie Elizabeth Entered Into rest September 2, 1979 at a local hospital.

Her home Spokane. Survived by her husband, Harry Bakkeng at the home; three daughters, Ethel Ehrichs, Spokane, Muriel Spokane, Evelyn Roath, Spokane; two sisters, Agnes Steurer, Endicott, WA, Dorothy Berry, Hemit, CA; Three brothers, Henry Davaz, Priest River, ID, George Davaz, Newport, WA, Carl Davaz, Newport; 12 grandchildren; great grandchildren; three greatgreat grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews. She was a member of the Millwood Unity Church of Truth; the Skookum Grange, (Char-) ter Member); the Ladies Auxiliary Brotherhood of Maintenance Funeral arrangements are under the direction of the RIPLINGER FUNERAL HOME, N4305 DIVISION ST. CUZZETTO, Alma Charlotte Passed away September 2, 1979 In Spokane. Her home Spokane.

Mother of Eu gene F. Cuzzetto, Mrs. Howard (Lucille Reaves, Both of Spokane, Mrs. Roy B. (Carol 1.) Gunderson, Spokane Valley: seven grandchildren; three great grandchildren; ter of Mrs.

Gertrude B. Gehres, Mrs. Margaret Harding, both of Spokane, Melvin Beck, Marlin, Texas; several nieces and nephews. She ber of the Lidgerwood Presbyterian. Church; and very active as a Gray Lady volunteer for the American Red Cross.

She was a resident of for 72 years. The HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. isannouncing funeral arrange ments. play, powering the Broncos to a 10-0 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals Sunday. Chiefs 14, Colts 0 KANSAS CITY, Mo.

(AP) Ted McKnight scored two touchdowns, including a 70-yard burst in the final quarter, and Kansas City's fuzzy- cheeked defense stymied Baltimore quarterback Bert Jones Sunday to give the Chiefs a 14-0 victory over the Colts in the National Football League opener for both teams. Falcons 40, Saints 34 NEW ORLEANS (AP) Reserve running back James Mayberry picked up a desperation pass after a snap on a punt sailed over the head of Russell Erxleben and ran it in for a touchdown nine minutes into sudden death overtime to give the Atlanta Falcons a 40- 34 National Football League victory over the New Orleans Saints Sunday. Vikings 28, 49ers 22 BLOOMINGTON, Minn. (AP) Tommy Kramer fired four secondhalf touchdown passes to Ahmad Rashad, including a controversial 25- yarder with 17 seconds to play, to rally Minnesota to a 28-22 National Football League victory over San Francisco in the regular season opener for both clubs. With San Francisco leading 82-21 and the Vikings holding the ball at the 49ers 25-yard line, Kramer hit Rashad over the middle at the 15-yard line.

Rashad was hit by Tim Gray and appeared to fumble at the 2-yard mark, but Sammy White recovered the ball in the end zone for what the Vikings thought was the winning touchdown. Referee Jerry Markbreit later reversed the decision, however, saying Rashad was into the end zone when the fumble occurred. VISITOR SPORTS in Review HOME 0 Tom Bagley, Penske-Cosworth, Biathlon ine U.S. Open Tennis Championships: (Continued from page 20) 32, Women's Singles 660, 7. 33, Johnny Parsons, McLaren-Cosworth, Third Round 21, Salt Walther, Penske-Cosworth, $5.

At Liberty Lake Dianne Fromholtz, Australia, def. Lesile 070, 69. Eagle-Cosworth, $3 Allen, U.S., 6-7, 6-3, 6-2: Kathy Jordan, $3,660, 22, Bill Alsup, McLaren-Drake, $4,940, Men's Winners 14 and under Doug U.S., def. Wendy White, U.S., 6-2, 6-1; 34, Mike Mosley, 59. 660, $2,660, 2.

Wordell, 36:51. 15-18 Gary Valesky, 32:31. Greer Stevens, South Africa, def. Terry 2. 23, Steve Krisiloff, Penske-Cosworth, 35, Cliff Hucul, Eagle-Drake, 19-29 Jim Schmahl, 33:44.

30-39 Robert U.S.. 6-4, 6-0; Anne Smith, U.S., Holladay, $4,810, 47, Brach, 35:28. 40-49 Richard Dawe, 43:26. def. Barbara Potter, U.S..

3-6, 6-4, 6-0. $4,680, 24, Wally Dallenbach, Penske-Cosworth, 50 and over Ken Hendrix, 49:00. Women's Tracy Austin, U.S., def. Kate 46. Winners 14 and under Anna Foreman, U.S., 6-3, 6-0.

Kerry Reid, Latham, 25, Spike Gehihausen, Lightning 46:22. 15-18 Sheri McCoy, 35:03. 19-29 U.S., Australia, def. worth, $4,350, 46. RACEWAY PARK Margaret Brow, 38:03.

30-39 Jan Pappas, Mary Piatek, 46, 6-4, 6-4. Lou 26, Tim Richmond, Lightning-Drake, 42:00. 40-49 Anne Simpson, 48:45. 50 and Men's Singles $4,420, 39. Saturday Drags over Ma reer.

Schmahl, 54:42. Third Round 27, Phil Caliva, Eagle-Drake, $4,290, 23. BRACKET WINNERS 1, Neil Kenney, John McEnroe, U.S.. def. John Lloyd, 28, Pancho Carter, Lightning-Drake, 11.54.

2, Les Prussack, 12.08. 3, Dale Black, Britain, default; Tom Gorman, U.S., def. 160, 21. 13.45. 4, Denise Myers, 14.35.

5, Howard Gene Mayer, U.S.. 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-4; Pat 29, Bob Harkey, Lightning-Drake, Holmes, 14.81. 6, Jody Peterson, 15.73. 7, TENNIS DuPre, U.S., def. Gene Mayer, U.S., 7-5, 000, 17.

Mike Holmes, 16.59. 8, Ray Wehnan, 16.93. 9, 6-2, 6-3; Roscoe Tanner, U.S., def. Nick 30, Joe Saldana, Lightning-Drake, Steve Spaulding, 20.07. 10, Jeff Vandervert, Saviano, U.S., 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3.

870, 14. 21.16. BIKE WINNER Kevin Combs, U.S. Open Jimmy Connors, U.S., def. Bruce Man31, Dennis Firestone, Lola-Cosworth, 13.68.

son, U.S., 6-3, 6-0, 6-3; Roscoe Tanner, U.S.. $3,740, 10. NEW YORK (AP) Results Sunday in def. Nick Saviano, U.S., 6-4, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. Pinch hit Rowdies nip Sockers, BIRTHS mark falls win conference crown Mota TAMPA, Fla.

(A,) Tiny Stadium in East Ruther- BIRTHS Sunday to "John" Births recorded in Spokane hospitals 1 LOS ANGELES (AP) Ivan Grnja, a late ford, N.J., Sept. 8 for the during the 24 hours ending at 3 p.m. Manny Mota of the Los substitute, kicked a' goal to NASL crown. Sept. 2, 1979: Deaconess Angeles Dodgers set a ma- give the Tampa Bay Row- Grnja, a 5-foot-4 forward Rushing To Mr.

and Mrs. Robert jor league pinch-hit record dies a 1-0 mini game victory on loan from Yugoslavia, Rushing, Bercier E2224 To Mr. Sanson, and boy. Mrs. Leo Ber.

Sunday, stroking an eighth- Sunday for the American capitalized on a pass from cier, E7217 Trent, boy. inning single for the 145th Conference title and a trip Perry VanDerBeck at 2:31 Van Van Slyke, Style N4911 To Mr. Florida, and girl. Mrs. Gerald pinch hit of his career.

to the Soccer Bowl Satur- off the mini- Kittredse To Mr. and Mrs. Roger The Dodger outfielder day. game. Kittredge, E3314 Twenty-third, Heart girl.

Sacred broke the record previously. Persistent Tampa, which VanDerBeck booted the Beck To Mr. and Mrs. Michael held by Smoky Burgess with came into the game down ball from the left side of the Beck, Henderson W1418 To Fourteenth, Mr. and girl.

Mrs. Randy a base hit off the Chicago one in the two-game playoff goal straight to Grnja, who Henderson. Mead, girl. Cubs' Lynn McGlothen. The series, battled back to slammed it past the Sock- Nelson E12720 To Thirty-first, Mr.

and boy. Mrs. Ken Net41-year-old Mota tied dj clinch the North American ers' Volkmar Gross for the Thaxton To Mr. and Mrs. Ronald son, RECORD ON Aug.

7 with a Soccer League game before game goal. Van- Thaxton, Arment N5609 To Oak, Mr. girl. and Mrs. Jay Arpinch single against Hous- 38,766 fans and hang onto DerBeck was credited with ment, E16107 Rich, girl.

ton. the conference title. an assist. Vulcano, Vulcano E3614 To Pacific, Mr. and girl.

Mrs. David The base hit off The Rowdies meet the In a see-saw battle in re- Taylor To Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor McGlothen was Mota's 13th Vancouver Whitecaps, Na- gulation play, the Rowdies N7327 Standard, Spokane girl (born General Aug. 31).

Valley of the season, all as a pinch- tional Conference champs, jumped off to an early lead, Matt To Mr. and Mrs. Fleet Matt, hitter. at New York Giants then lost it but came back. Worley, Idaho, girl.

KITKOSKI, Anita Passed away tember 1, 1979 at her home in Spokane. Survived by one daughter, Mrs. Elwood K. (Elsie) Johnson, Lynnwood, WA; one son, John Kitkoski, Elk. WA; two sisters, Mrs.

Anton (Katherine) Mautz, Spokane, WA, Mrs. Philip (Cecilia) Schroeder, Tacoma; one brother, Louis L. Barbieri, Spokane; two grandchildren; three great grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. She was a member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church; Catholic Daughters, Wallace, Idaho; a long-time owner of several well known downtown Spokane Restaurants. Funeral arrangements are in the care of the HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST.

PELLOUX, Robert Retired U.S. Army Passed away September 1979 In Nine Mile Falls, WA. His home Nine Mile Falls. A member of the community 12 years. Survived by his wife, Doris A.

Pelloux, at the home; one son, William L. Pelloux, Port Angeles, WA; three daughters, Barbara Mason, Seattle, WA; Beaverly Lacy, Spokane, WA; Bonnie Pelloux, SpoT kane, WA; his mother, Mrs. Marie Pelloux, Santa Rosa CA; one sister, Jeannette Cleaveland, Santa Rosa, CA. A veteran of WWW.Funeral arrangements are in the care of the HENNESSEY FUNERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. children; brother of Mrs.

Grace RobInson, Pomeroy, WA, C.C. Ickes, Bighorn, Montana; several of nieces and nephews. A member Northhill Christian Church; Masonic Lodge, Thorton, O.E.S.. Maidon, WA; 13 FUNERALS BLUMENSCHEIN, George A dent of Endicott, WA. Passed away September 1, 1979 at the age of 84.

Survived by his wife, Mrs. Elizabeth Blumenschein, at the family home at Endicott; one daughter, Mrs. Wayne, (Joyce) Lust, Endicott; three sons. Kenneth Blumenschein, Harvey Blumenschein, both of Endicott, Raymond Blumenschein, St. John, WA; also 15, grandchildren; six great grandchildren.

A member of Trinity. Lutheran Church, Endicott. Funeral services will be Tuesday, September 1979 at from the Trinity Lutheran Church, Endicott. Rev. Elliott: Hull officiating.

Burial Endicott Cem-. etery. The family suggests that memorial gifts may be given to the Endi. cott Cemetery, or to the Trinity Lutheran Endicott, WA. 99125.

BRUNING FUNERAL HOME, COLFAX, WA. in charge. CASTAGNA, Sam Passed away August 31, 1979 in 8 local hospital. His home $619 Green Street. Survived by his wife, Theda Castagna, at the home; one son, David Castagna, Seat-.

tie, WA; one daughter, Sargie Vander Meer, Tri-cities, WA; three brothers, Joseph Castagna, Vay, ID; Louis Muto and Frank Muto, both of Spokane, WA; two sisters, Rose Jacoy, Spokane, WA; Ruth Fails, Post Falls, ID; three granddaughters, numerous nieces and nephews. A member of the community 63 years. A member of the St. Ann Parish, Asbestos Local Yakima Lower Valley Elks, Coeur D'Alene Eagles Lodge and American Italian Club of Spokane. Rosary day, September 3, 1979 at 8:00 p.m.

at St. Ann Church, E2120 First, Spokane, WA 99202. Funeral services Tuesday, September 4, 1979 at 9:00 a.m. at St. Ann Church.

Rev. Michael Dallmeier OFM officiating. Interment mount Cemetery. Memorial contributions may be made to the Servants of Christ of St. Ann Parish, E2120 First, Spokane, WA 99202.

HENNESSEY FU. NERAL HOME, N2203 DIVISION ST. In charge of arrangements. DAILY, Anna Nancy Passed away September 2, 1979. Her home, Spokane.

Formerly of Tekoa, WA. vived by one son, Ernest Daily, Spokane; numerous nieces and nephews. A member of the Free Methodist Church. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, September 4, 1979 at 1p.m. the Cemetery, Tekoa, WA.

Rev. Eric Fischer officiating. Interment, Goldenrod tery. The family suggests that memorial gifts may be made to the American Cancer Society, Spokane County Unit, W1717 NW Blvd. Spokane, WA.


ESSLINGER, John Sr. Passed away September 1, 1979 in Spokane. His. home E9721 Empire, Father of Mrs. August (Emma Smick, Spokane, Martha Decker, Spokane, Clara Ramelow, Spokane Ryan Esslinger, Daniel Essiinger, both of Spokane, Benjamin Esslinger, Valley, WA; brother of Christina Clark, Renton, WA, Emma Peterson, Spokane; 11 grandchildren; 28 great grandchildren: 11 great great grandchildren; numerous nieces and nephews.

A member of the Spokane Valley Seventh Day Adventist Church. Funeral services will be Wednesday, September 5, 1979 at 1p.m. from the COLONIAL CHAPEL, HAZEN JAEGER VALLEY FUNERAL HOME, N1306 PINES RD, OPPORTUNITY. Pastor Russell Burrel officiating. Burial services Pines Cemetery.

The family suggests that memorial gifts may be given to the Spokane Valley Seventh Day Adventist Church, N. Pines Road Mission, Spokane, WA 99206. GRAFF, Jesse Milan (Mike) -Passed away August 31, 1979 in Spokane. His home Spokane. Husband of, Mildred.

Graff, at the home, brother of, Helen Brown, Spokane, WA; Eileen Greenwood, Spokane, WA; Julius Graft, Tekoa, WA; Ainsley Graff, Texas. lifetime resident of Spokane. A Golden Eagle member of Spokane Aerie A.A.R.P.. Hillyard Community Center, and the Vice President of the Spokane Kennel Club. Graveside funeral 1979 at services 10:00 Tuesday, September Fairmount Memorial Park.

Spokane Aerie F.0.E. officiating. HAZEN JAEGER FUNERAL HOME, N1306 MONROE ST. In charge. ICKES, Dean Passed away September 2, 1979 in Spokane.

His home, Spokane. Husband Mrs. Ruth: E. Ickes, at the home; father of Mrs. Pee ter (Marsha) Weitz, Spokane, Vancouver, WA; five.

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