<br />7 own 1tatt ':l)edieation and teetion !J J J«e
<br />Vol. 3, Iss ue 2 Gwen Dew Buchanan, Editor March 1964
<br />TO THE PEOPLE OF PARADISE
<br />"You a r e i nvited to atte n d the d e d i cati on and ope n
<br />house of our Town Hall on Sunday. March 15. from 2:30 to
<br />4:30 p.m .• a i 6325 N . I nvergordon.
<br />"On t h at d ay w e would lik e to w elcome-e v ery resid ent
<br />of the Tow n o f P aradise Valley t o t he ceremonies. We
<br />want you to inspect the build i n g which houses the gove rn-
<br />ing funct ions of our commun i t y. to m e e t t h e t own officials
<br />who give so much time and e f fort to civic serv ice. a nd to
<br />t alk to t he n e w c a ndidates for e lec tion t o the Council .
<br />.. All busin ess p e rtaining t o the t own. Coun c il meeti ngs,
<br />financial m atte-rs. are h andled in t h is buil ding. where H e l e n
<br />Marston, Town Cle rk. pres ides.
<br />"At 4 o'clock there will be a fl ag raising c e remony un-
<br />der the direction of L t . Commander Carroll Jack Marston,
<br />U.S.N .• a nd we will dedicate t he Town Hall t o the service
<br />of the r esidents of t h e T o w n o f P a radise Valley:•
<br />Sign ed:
<br />;Jach 8 . "Ji«ntzetJtJ M ayor
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<br />ALMOST THREE
<br />Does it seem possible t h at the Town is now almost three
<br />years old? A nd that in back of that period lies many years
<br />of work b y individuals and the Paradise Valley Impro ve-
<br />ment A ssociation to bring us to the status we n ow hold?
<br />W e all cam e t o P aradise because we like space and
<br />peace and friendliness. This dedication a nd o pen house will
<br />give you an opportunity to meet your neighbors, y our offi-
<br />cials, and to see how Our Town has grown .
<br />Put it in your datebook -that on Sunday, M arch 15,
<br />you are invited to meet Jac k B. Huntress, Mayor; Mrs.
<br />Helen Marston, Town Clerk; Council members: George W .
<br />Andrews, L eonard Deehan, S amuel E . Hoover, E . Robert
<br />Tribk en, John F . J e nnings and Wal ter Ong; Hugh Milligan,
<br />chairman of the P lannin g and Zon ing Commission ; Peter
<br />J. Wegner, director of Civ il Defense; J uni Hart, Town In-
<br />spector; and other T own officials.
<br />The wives of these men who have devoted so much time
<br />to our T own will a l so be guests of hon or.
<br />In addition, all of the new candidates for office will be
<br />present so that you c an meet, talk and questiorr them if
<br />you will. These will include Dr. Henry C . Cooper, Major
<br />Joseph E. Murphy, Joseph T . Prekup, Harold J. Sandy,
<br />W. P . Willson, P hilip E . vonAmmon.
<br />Mrs. L eon ard Deehan is chairman of the op,e.'.l house
<br />festivities, with a committee of Mesdames George W . An-
<br />drews, H arold Holcomb, John F . Jennings, Henry C. Coo-
<br />per, Helen Marston. Gwen D ew Buchanan, E. Robe rt Trib-
<br />ken, Samuel E . Hoo v er. and W a lter Ong.
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<br />FLAG RAI S I NG
<br />Al though the flag has b een flying over the T own Hall
<br />since November, this will be the official dedication . (A s
<br />you recall, the November ceremony was cancelled due to
<br />the national period of mourning.)
<br />The flag raising will take place at 4 o'clock , under the
<br />direction of Lt. Commander Carroll J ack M arston, U.S.N.,
<br />who is P roduction a n d Planning Officer at L itchfield Nava l
<br />Air Faci lities, and son o f T own Clerk Helen Mars t o n . The r e
<br />will b e an honor guard and a short ceremony of dedication
<br />by the R ev. Henry B. G etz of St. Barnabas Episcopal Church
<br />on the D esert.
<br />Mrs. J uni H art, wife of the T own Inspector, gave the
<br />flag, which had been given her by the United S tates gov-
<br />ernme nt in honor of the memory of her son. P eter J . Weg-
<br />ner donated the flag pole. The Arizona flags were give n b y
<br />Mrs. J ames Hanley a nd her sister, Miss H e l e n Zim merman .
<br />T his is Your T own H all, a nd Your Town ... so come
<br />o ne, come all!
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<br />WHO WILL S ijRVE YOU?
<br />T he time of d i s ion has come once again to Paradise
<br />Valley, and on M rch 30 there will be a pri mary election.
<br />P olls will be open at the T own Hall, 6325 N . lnvergordon ,
<br />from 6 a .m. to 7 .m . The seven candidat e s recei ving the
<br />highest number of votes (providing they are a majority),
<br />w ill be elected to he council. In case of tie votes for the
<br />seventh highest c ndi dates, or if seven candidates do not
<br />receive a majority vote there will be a general election in
<br />thir ty days for th
<br />se involved.
<br />The affidavi t ertaining to t h e election states: "I do
<br />solemnly swear th t I am a qualified voter and that I have
<br />resided in the To n of Paradise Valley, Arizona, for six
<br />months p receding he election; or that I resided in an area
<br />s ix m0nths which was annexed at least thirty days pre-
<br />cedin g the electio "
<br />* * * INSPECTION F BALLOTS
<br />"The town cle shall prepare and p rovide b a llots con-
<br />taining the names f a ll persons whose certificates of nomi-
<br />n atio n s have b ee filed with them: the ballots shall be
<br />printed and read for inspection b y the candidates and
<br />their agents at lea t 5 days b efore a town election." (16-841
<br />A .RS.)
<br />* * * FINANCIAL S ATEMENTS
<br />"The common ouncil shall, at least ten days before the
<br />biennial election, ublish in a newspaper publis h ed in the
<br />town, or if there i none, t hen post in th ree or more public
<br />places in the t o n , a full and correct statement of all
<br />monies received · to the treasury of the t own s ince the
<br />l ast r eport, a nd tisource from w hich t hey were severally
<br />derived. and also fall disbursements and the e xpe nditures
<br />and the account on which the disbursement was made."
<br />(9-246 A.RS.)
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<br />THESE ARE T E MEN
<br />T he following outlines a r e based on information fur-
<br />nished by the ca didates, and .:re present e d impartially
<br />a n d in alphabetic order.
<br />This material presented in the hopes it will make it
<br />p ossible for you o choose t he men who will best make
<br />t he d ecision s reg rding The Town of Paradise Valley for
<br />the following tw years.
<br />DR. HENRY W . C OPER. 5527 N. 69th P l ace
<br />Came t o Para ise Valley from New P rov i dence, New
<br />Jersey, three a n a half years ago. He is manager of
<br />Process Applicati ns at Motorola Semiconductor Products
<br />Division . Has b ee on the Z oning Commission for two and
<br />on e -half years a secretary a nd present vice c h airman.
<br />Counsellor for reers for Y outh, Yo ung Scient ist s of
<br />Ame rica, Kiva Sc ool T.P. Club affiliat ion s: Arizon a R e p er-
<br />tory T heater, Ph nix Chamber Music Societ y, fou n der of
<br />S .P .D . Gun Clu . Member American Physical Society,
<br />American lnstit u e of Metallurgical Engin eers a n d other
<br />p rofess ional socie ies. Gradua t e of City College of N ew
<br />York. doctors de ree from Carnegie Institute of T echnol-
<br />ogy. Lis t ed in "W o's Who in the West." T wo c hild ren.
<br />LEONARD W. DEEHAN. 6305 N. Mockin g b ird L a .n e
<br />B .S . degree from Oklahoma A a nd M College. Now an
<br />engin eer at Sperry Phoenix Company. Was born in Brock-
<br />ton , Massachusetts. A res ide nt of Paradise Valley for seven
<br />year s. Mr. Deehan was a member of the Plann ing a nd
<br />Zo ning Commission for on e year. He i s interes ted in flyi ng.
<br />and a member of the Camelback T oastmasters Club. Three
<br />childr e n . At present a member of the P aradise Valley T own
<br />SAMUELE. HOOVER. 5629 E . J osh u a Tree Roa d
<br />B orn in M inneapolis. Minnesota. Atte nded St. Johns
<br />Military Academy, D elafield, Wisconsin, and the Univer-
<br />sity of Oklahoma. S erved as field artillery officer i n Japan