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SSV1:) .LSl!I.f <br />and Korea. Has lived in Paradise Valley sixteen years. <br />Worked for Arizona Public Service Company for ten years, <br />and is currently employed as an electronic computer pro- <br />grammer. Has two children. Has served as a member of the <br />Council since the first general election, and holds the posi- <br />tion of Budget Director on the council. <br />* * * <br />JACK B. HUNTRESS. 5838 Starlight Way <br />Came here from Grosse Pointe, Michigan. Graduate of <br />Dartmouth College. President of the Sugar Bowl. Has been <br />mayor of Paradise Valley 1 1/2 years; vice-president, Scotts- <br />dale Rotary Club; vestryman, St. Barnabas on the Desert; <br />Board of Directors, Scottsdale Dinner Club; former presi- <br />dent, Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce, formerly Board <br />of Directors, Friends of the Library, Scottsdale. Three <br />children. <br />JOHN F. JENNINGS. North Tatum Boulevard <br />Resident of the Valley 18 years, moving here from <br />Chicago. On first board of the Paradise Valley Improve- <br />ment Association, serving six years. Was chairman of the <br />Disaster Service of the Maricopa County Red Cross. Mem- <br />ber of the Scottsdale Mounted Sheriff's Posse for twelve <br />years. Active in various civic affairs. Member Paradise <br />Valley Country Club, Kiva Club. Has been a member of <br />the Town Council for two years. <br />MAJOR JOSEPH E. MURPHY, 7115 E. Sunnyvale Road <br />Resident of Valley seven years. Attended the Univer- <br />sity of Pittsburgh. He is a commander of the 161st Support <br />Squadron and Base Engineer, Arizona Air National Guard. <br />Activities include Oakland Businessmen's Civic Club, <br />American Legion, Sertoma Club, Masonic Lodge, Knight <br />Templars, National Guard Association. Two children, one <br />at Arizona State College. <br />JOSEPH T. PREKUP. 6214 E. Mockingbird Lane <br />Born in Coatsville, Pennsylvania. Attended McLean <br />Hospital School of Nursing, Waverly, Mass.; Boston Uni- <br />versity; Master of Public Health, Yale University. Was <br />with McLean Hospital, Boston, in administrative capacity; <br />associate director, Maricopa County General Hospital. <br />Phoenix. At present Mr. Prekup is administrator, St. Luke's <br />Hospital. Is active in state and regional hospital planning. <br />Active in various professional organizations, including <br />American College of Hospital Administrators, American <br />Hospital Association, Community Council. Phoenix Region- <br />al Hospital Council. Four children. <br />E. ROBERT TRIBKEN. 5116 E. Butler Drive <br />Attended Yale and the Harvard Business School, three <br />degrees in Industrial Administration and Electrical Engi- <br />neering. Navy Supply officer during World War IL Mr. <br />Tribken is Engineering department head at the Sperry <br />Phoenix Company where he is director nf the space and <br />military control work. Has been with Sperry 14 years. <br />Came to the Valley from Garden City, New York, and has <br />three sons. He has been a Town Council mcm ber for two <br />years. <br />HAROLD J. SANDY. 8136 Tatum Boulevard <br />Resident of the Valley for eighteen years. Graduated <br />from Northwestern University; attended Graduate School <br />of Economics, Northwestern. Owner of Arizona Homestead <br />in Phoenix until 1955. Is now president of "Sandy's Lively <br />Arts, Incorporated." Acquired property where he now re- <br />sides in 1956. Leader in obtaining annexation to Paradise <br />Valley under Ordinance 23. <br />EUOZ~.lV '.J{EPSffO;:>S <br />uop.10~.1.Jl\UJ "N gz:£9 <br />PHILIP E. vonAMMON. 9001 N. Martingale Road <br />Born in Winnetka, Illinois. Attended Williams College; <br />AB from Northwestern University; J.D. from Northwest- <br />ern Law School. Admitted to practice law in Illinois in <br />1938, in Arizona 1952. Served as Lt. Commander in the <br />Navy in World War IL Member of the firm of Fennemore, <br />Craig, Allen and McClennen. Past director and officer of <br />Paradise Valley Improvement Association; past member, <br />Maricopa County Planning and Zoning Commission; past <br />trustee and president of Scottsdale School board; past <br />president, Maricopa County Bar Assn. Director, Phoenix <br />Symphony Association. Member of Paradise Valley Plan- <br />ning and Zoning Commission. Three children. <br />WIRRON P. (BUD) WILLSON. 6Cl7 East Cheney Road <br />Attended Texas A and M College, studied law at SMU's <br />Dallas College, Texas University. Professional baseball nine <br />years in Texas. Served in Quartermasters, Engineers, <br />Chemical Warfare Corps, Coast Guard. Agent for insurance <br />companies. Insurance business since 1945. president and <br />chairman of board Universal Security Life Insu1·ance Com- <br />pany, Scottsdale. 32nd degree Mason, Shriner. (This infor- <br />mation based on outline secured two years ago. as the <br />editor has not been able to contact Mr. Willson.) <br />* * * <br />GOOD NEIGHBOR <br />Through the cooperation of the Mockingbird Water <br />Company, the Town of Paradise Valley now has a stand <br />pipe at Hummingbird and Scottsdale Road. where the tank <br />truck can be filled in ten minutes. This is used in road <br />maintenance. The Town appreciates this help from one of <br />its residents. <br />* * * <br />THE EDITOR SPEAKS <br />It has been a special hcpe and a1nbition of your editor <br />to_ see that the cemet~ry on MacDonald Drive opposite <br />K1va School, be made into a place of beauty, a reflection <br />of the desert, a suitable men1orial to those who rest there. <br />Mrs. Halbert Hoa1·d. head of the town's Beautification <br />Committee. has also wished that so1ncthing could be done <br />about it. <br />So, why wait? <br />Which one of you will give the stones. brick or n1ortar <br />it will take to put up a handsome fence ac1·oss the front <br />that will relieve the bareness and achieve an in1prcssive <br />air? Who will give the labor'! <br />Who will plan son1e desert planting in front of this and <br />at the entrance, and see that it is placed correctly? Some <br />trees? <br />There can be beauty and dignity in ccn1ctcries, sul'h as <br />there is in Arlington National Cernctery, but it takes work. <br />planning and generosity to acl'omplish this. <br />Arc there citizens in the Town of Paradise Vallev who <br />have the vision to 1nake this con1e t1·ue on MacDonald <br />Drive? <br />What will YOU give? <br />* * * <br />"WE LIVE IN PARADISE" <br />Your editor again reminds you of her slogan for Our <br />Town. Our future will be guided by :the seven councilmen <br />You elect. Vote carefully, wisely and well. Let's keep our <br />home in Paradise!