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11 " ' X' Phoenix, Sunday, April 3, 1968 The Arizona Republic D-2I 200-Personals Thought for today "A OIAL 945-2774 pr. feast 11 a tfood dentist 254-4705! TASH"T!ullngr Al; a-MMT" Obituaries 201 "tT ( & f Snell Rites Scheduled Tomorrow Services will be at 11 a.m. to Brush Dies; Once Arizona Treasurer ; ,m r , I . y J t:vil - James Dillion Brush Sr., a former Maricopa County assessor and former state treasurer, died yesterday in a Phoenix nursing home. He was 87. Services will be at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and 2-Funeral Announcements FOSTER, Joe C. of Chandler Passed away Saturday. Services conducted by Rev. Henry F. Boubelik of the Mesa Baptist Church, Tuesday, 10 am In the Garden Chapel, M. L, Gibbons Mortuary, Mesa. Interment Mesa Cemetery. Friends may call Monday 4-9 p.m, GONZALES, Jose Angel. Survived by parents, Mr and Mrs. Leovardo Gonzales; brother, Leovardo Jr.; and sister, Margueretta, of Tolle-son; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Pavlo Gonzales, Tolleson and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gutierrez, Rav-mondvill, Tex Mass 10 a.m. Tuesday. Interment Glendale. Visitation this afternoon. Cannon Fu- nera Home, GRIMES, Harrv B. Services and in-. ferment Huron, S.D. Desert View Chanel, M. L. Gibbons Mortuary, Mesa. HAGEMAN, Barbara Jean. Survived by husband, Robert; daughters, Ann Ruth Hageman, Mrs. Donna Ray Rogers, all of Phoenix; mother, Mrs. Olie Nelson, Oregon. III.; father. Ray A. Brown, Davenport, lowa; sisters. Mrs. Rav Carroll, Champaign, III., Mrs. Wavne Dorhn, Rock Island. HI.; grandsons. Stewart Scott Chambers, Phoenix. Services 2 P.m. Monday in the Sunnvslooe CTiaoel. Hansen Mortuary, Rev. J Douglas Gaston officiating. Interment In Elgin, JJI HARTMUSS, Russell J. Jr., 2240 E. Turney. Rosary 7 p.m. Monday In Whitney & Murohy Chapel. Requiem high mass 9 a.m. Tuesday In St. Thomas the ApoMle Church. Interment St. Francis. Friends may call after noon Monday. HOLLY, L. Barron. Services 2 p m Mondav. Lundberg Chapel of The Chimes. Interment Glendale Memorial Park. Friends may call 5 to 7 pjn. todav JOHNSON, William H Services Mondav 2 p.m. at Paradise Chape Funeral Home. Friends may call today Interment Mesa Cemetery. Ra'nhJIiaqeJdlrector, KEARNS, Mabel. Survived by sister, Ruth of Youngtown. Services 2 pm. Mon. from St. Christopher's' Episcopal Church, Sun City. The Rev. Howard Blackburn officiating. Cremation. Lundberg s Golden Door Chapel, Youngtown. Contributions may be made to the Cancer Fund or Youngtown Community Fund or National College of Education in Evanston, ISons Funeral Home. 333 W. Adams. The Rev. Roscoe Strivings "S3 By (In 27' M Prit tfi' lid vof CIV ?s T3 I h4) Str 75. f. IS V w . 1 f ARNOLD S. ENRIQUEZ Native Arizonan Enriquez Services Set For Tuesday 202-BuIlding Trades J7CONCRETE work. Hourly or lob". PlGALlALE Patio covers, carports, room additions, block fences. Call for free estimate. 264-6589 CARPENTRY, remodeling, room additions, patios, screened in porch. Paneling. 274-4458. 967-0543. jCEftE N T. patios; W H4-1 ns. CEMENT work, patios, driveways, small iobs. AL-4914. PLUMBING, drains " unstopped. Prompt service, reasonable rates. 943-5092, ""CARPENTR"Y7 remodeling, cement, plasterlna Reasonable. AL 3-9046. PAINTER does own wort AM 5-9016. ROOF coatings. Save 50 this week. Aluminum or white. Call ROOFSAVERS. 939-4848 now. "CARPENTR Y ," jemodeH ngr2"7f8900 P Al NTl NGjjuaranteed."" B R5O045. PAINTING, interior-exterior. Rea-sonablei WH 5-3004. EXPERT taping, texturing". AM 4-7632. SIGNS painted." 278-3703." . SMALL cement lobs, specialist. Very reasonable. CR 9-8856. "PAINTING. Spraying. Cheaper". Work guaranteed. 279-8692. CONCRETE work, driveways, patios, floors, also block laying. Good work, reasonable cost. 278-3188. CARPET" installed, "new or "used. Restretching and repairs. No iob too big or too small. 934-0947. " REMODELING. 20 years experience. Free plans and estimates. 946-348L 946-7644. PAINTING, exceptional. Reasonable. AM 5-9501. GREGG constructio'hTTiemodellhg. Additions. 27M679. PLASTER repair. Licensed. AM 4-7632. AIR conditioning, ail types. Free estimates, complete sales & service. AL 3-2200. PAINTlNGJlO. Room. 943-4454. "PAINTING, interior-exterior. Reasonable. AL 8-1173. PLUMBING. Carpenter. BR 2710. PAINTING, Interior, exterior, reasonable. 258-2362. " 8LOCK'LAYERr93f4453. PAINTING interior, exterior, papering, repairs. Free estimates. 959-4627. PLUMBING NEW & REMODEL CITY LICENSE 265-3343 CARPENTER remodeling. Concrete. 272-4303. PAINTING. 943-1010. LOCAL CONTRACTOR ResidentialCommercial Remodeling Specialists Licensed Bonded Free Est. -Plans Service 252-0167 "BRICK-block work, specialize in patio planterboxes. 276-2307. " ROOFING, painting, pap e rl n g. After 4 p.m. 253-8439. " ELECTRICIAN. Licensed. 944-9448. PAUL Hazelett Construction Company. General building, construction. Dayor evening. 278-7750. PLASTER", stucco, patch work. BR 5-5615. FIREPLACES. All Masonry work: Brick, blcckijtone.273-1067. CEvENT work. Free estimate. CR 9 4369. "PAINTING. "Cement work. 278-3134. PAINTING, "Papering. Residential commercial reasonable. Fast, dependable Licensed 937-3145. REMODELING, carpentry, masonry, concrete., 258-8921, J44-4868. QUALITY Painting, Papering. LT-censed Contractor. Fast Service. Free estimate 253-0560 nites. 946-0240 QUALITY painting and paper hang, ing. Fast service. Free estimate. 253-0560: Eveninrjs946-0240, . BLOCKLAYING. Brick" Plastering Drywalling 279-6078. ALL types " block, "cement work, new and repairs. 943-9114. PAINTING. Kitchens, baths. $35. 279-0 0 28. INTERIOR REMODELING & REPAIR Licensed - Bonded - 266-61 01 elfir Transportation ZUO'Preignt MovmgStorage "MOVING 'S a v enYon eVT"26 5-40 2 2 Men. Load-unload. Free for rent-ing van, Local. Long distance. 279-6078, 206-Passenger Transport, I will officiate. Burial will be in i i Memory Lawn Cemetery. I Mr. Brush and his wife, Catherine W., of 2410 N. 38th Place celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary in September 19G2. ' Mr. Brush was born in New Lexington, Ohio. He came to Phoenix in 1917. He operated a grocery business fur five years. Later he was employed in the j county auto license bureau. i He served as Maricopa Coun-jty assessor from 1939 to 1941. i He was elected state treasurer. ai misappropriating public .money while in the county of- lice. He was released from Arizona State Prison in 1947 when his sentence was commuted. . ViVCd V Tw f phnonix- hrrp f?randrhilnrpn. Phoenix; three grandchildren. land two great-grandchildren. Percy CIvtle Holmes j i FLAGSTAFF - Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the! Arnold S. Enriquez, 51. owner! , . of the Casa Ma atlan Club aUTln. 1944 'u cted in 115 E. rfiPri Frir!,v in : Maricopa County Supenor Court Memorial Hospital ' ' Kosan will he recited at 8:30 P-m. -Monday in Whitney and Murphv Chapel. 330 N. Second ..... Roniliom Uiah m.,,,,. .m be ' ;')t g g mb Tuesd' in ImmacuJ;itc ,Iearl c a t h 0 , j ci J 'inS 7ff "em iai win m. in m. rrancis Lem- !eterv. Friends may call at the fu - neral home until noon tomor - row. A native Arizonan, Mr. Enri- ! ' : L JAMES D. BRUSH SR. Former State Treasurer Miss Kcarns' Riles lo Be Tomorrow YOUNGTOWN Mabel Kearns, luv. mv. nod,u m u .burn will officiate, 'will follow. Cremation h t?r"'tLj u CS if quez lived at 1337 A. 3tn Drive. Flagstaff Mortuary chapel for He is survived by his 'A'ife.iPercv Clvde Holmes. 52, who Eva; a daughter, Mrs. Carolina! was found dead in his cabin on,74, of 11237 Elk Ave., died yes- Friedman of Las Vegas: fourj the shore of Allen Lake after a terday in St. Joseph's Hospital sons, Ernest. Arnold Jr., David1 fire Thursday. in Phoenix, and Leonard, all of Phoenix; his! i .... . , , , mother, Mrs. Ilerlinda Enri-' The Rev. Robert Warren of; Services w.ll be conducted at quez; a sister. Mrs. Amelia Ale-Flagstaff First Baptist 2 p.m. tomorrow in St Chnsto-iandre; two broth ers. Alfred Church will officiate. Burial will pher s Espiscopa Church m Sun and Mike Enriquez. all of Phot - nis, and 12 grandchildren. m m ,l,e Williams cemetery, " HUams. 1 Mr llolmpc was horn in; HrMilo M(Mlraoii Winona. Miss. He had lived in! Miss Kearns was horn in Liii-' lUMUIlV Arjona tm. 29 vears and in,Cago. She was manager of the MORENO Brigido Mondra- Flagstaff for 12 years. He was!Natlonal College of Education gon, 37, a city employe here, a former section foreman with!'" Evanston. Ill, for 40 years, died Friday at Veterans Hospi- the Southwest Forest Industries a"d belonged to the Business tal, Tucson. in Flagstalf. jManagers' Association in that iri . ,, , communitv, the National Busi- ! Born in Manassa. Co o.. Mr. , ne is survived by two daugh- ncss and Professional Women's ;Mondragon moved to the Mor-.tcrs. Mrs. Louise Gray and Mrs. Association, and the Association enci area 17 years ago. He1 Janet Hanley, both of Phoenix;'for childhood Education j served with the U.S. Armv in two sons, Clvde stationed with! 'Korea. " I the U.S. Army at Ft. Carson.l She came to Youngtown from Colo., and Tommy of Phoenix,;VUiaiu" "vu dMU one-uau years l,pnaiag She was active in St. Chris- 'and his mother, Mrs. Holmes of Del Rio, Tex. I Rosary will be recited 7:30 'p.m. today at the Lewalion Fu- I neral Home, Clifton. Mass will Kn t'MtifT i f tho Tl n 1 v ( t r t- t- 3 2 S13IAH3S DIRT TOP Soil good rich soil $1.50 yd. Fill dirt delivered. CR 4-3135, "ToPSOlt, - Good Farm Soil $1.50 Yd. Fill Dirt Del. Call Fox CR 9-2478 Dirt man. Best Too Soli. $1.50 yd. Fill dirt i dranlte. ffllW orTviway DR flVE WAY"GRAN ITE For muddy driveways. 274-7344. I ' INCOME TAX SERVTCT" TAX RETURNS Every Form. Pick- up I, Personalized Service. 955-5370. S5 UP. All states. Scottsdale Bkpg. 2200 N. Scottsdale Rd. 947-5121 . $5 & UP. federal i State, monflv ly bookkeeping. A Quality Bkkpg. & Tax Service. 1419 W. Indian School. 279-iyl; 939-4258. H & R BLOCK CO. America's Largest Tax service WEEKDAYS 9 TO 9 SAT & SUN. 9 TO 5 Twelve Offices to Serve You 1325 North Central Avenue 1710 East Indian School Road 4634 North Seventh Avenue 4409 South Central Avenue 4535 West Indian School Road 710 East Dunlap Avenue Elendale Tempe cottsdale Mesa Goodyear Chandler -CALL 258-6971- Tax reTurns-your" home or pick-up &delivery. $4 up. 937-3040. $4-up. J. E. Frederickson 806E.lndjan School. 2655719 9 TO 9 S. MedigovTch" 265-9601. 256-1860 5402 N. 16 SLor 6747 N. 27Av. TAX SERVICE, EVENINGS 7714 N. J7th Dr 943-2633. 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE Your home or mine. AM 6-1010 LAWN GARDEN Custom mow 8, edge-average Yd, $4 cleanups, topsoil, granite. 937-2761 LAWN SERVICE LAWN & garden servlceT CleanuB lobs small free trimming. 254-6830, I PAINTING I Parking lot striping, free estimates. I BRIGHT -STRIPE, 946-1956. ! PAINTING need "or- Ret! Alse orav roofs. Wl 3-6264. CR 7-0292. Int Ext." Also,""Spraying. Small" 10OS welcome. Free est. 265 1598. PAINTING & Paperhanging. "944-2740. Specialty: Hard-to-hang papers. " PAINTER"PR5M HOLLAND I HARRY SPRANG 943 8904 j PLUMBING nceh5ed"piumber,fasT inteed. $5 per hour. 277-2879, 266-3950. j Lie - PARKER PLUMBING - Bonded Repair Stoppage Sewers Quality work. Reasonable.2$4-4220 j PRINTING ! McGre w P R I N f E fiY S i nee-1194 :4C1 E. Adams St. Phone AL 4-4760, i PROGRAMMING REMODELING 1 CUSTOM KITCHEN REMODELING I Reasonable - AAA Cabinet 275-6921 j BOND CONSTRUCTION Room additions. Patios. Carports. Bathrooms. Check our prices. New .low pymts. Free estimates, j Eve. 276-8205 or 967-0875. I ROOFING rceasbnaoie-tree""est7-ncensed ""bonded : Guar. Milt Dean's Roof'g 943-9305. ruu can save money. Mathus Roof ?S Fre'est. 275-5515. UNI-CAP ROOF COATING 252-7379 CAMPBELL ROOFING """' " Reroofing and repair. 936-241 1. i s saw filing OhTsoN'S Saw service 19thAve. 252-0641 9 S SEWING MACHINE REPAIRS LLEAN OIL & ADJUST LNJ9yRHQME All Makes $2, 252-3821 TELEVISION i DOLLAR TV $ERV!CE 275-5348 Guaranteed servce on ail models. Lowest rates In town. Call anytime. UPHOLSTERY U PHOTST E R INGRE5A"RNG ' AL'S Upholstering AL 3-5451 PAKAN Quality "Work. 45"Years. Soeclal Durable Covers. 1-3 OFF. FasLService CALL 944-4488. w WATER SOFTENER We Seruiro a'l makes. CLOSE-CUT Fully automatic. National brand $195. SERVISOFT, CR 7-7208. Jtoday s ivital statistics j T and -C Classes 2 through 13 .Classified Advertising 2-Funeral Announcements ARANDA Esteban G. Beioved band of Sofia, father of Ralph, Carrie, David, Paul, Ruben, ward, Robert, Jesus, John, Ja, Mary Lou Sambrano. LuDe Sandoval. Stepfather of Jose and Angel Ortiz and Margaret Rivera Also survived bv 25 grandchildren and one great-grandchild. Evenina services 8nm Monday, Mortensen Kings Funrral Center. Services 10 am Tuesday, Mortensen Kings Fu-neral Center. AROSON, Bernhard W". Arranoe-ments pending. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, director. AUSTIN, William Henderson. Survived bv 5 sons, Claude W., Carl, Oetis, Calvin, all of Phoenix. Clois, Alius, Okla.; daughter, Mrs Clara Mae Case, Riverside, Calif ; 3 sisters, all of Alius, Okla., Mrs Lizzie Gilbert, Mrs. Myrtle Ren-froe Mrs Minnie Lane; two brothers, Dewey and Jimmv Austin, Alius, Okla.; 18 grandchildren, 31 qreat-grandchildren. Services 10:30 a.m. Monday Bloom's South Phoenix Chapel Rev V. W Lewis officiating. Interment East Rest-haven. BALMES, Edward Francis, srvic'-s Monday 2pm, Mortensen Kings Funeral Center. SOGER, William "w 445 West Ocotillo. Survived by wife Goldie B. Son John W. Brothes George A . Tipp City, Ohio, Clyde R. De-fance, Ohio. Walt. Harland, Ind Sisters Nellie Krafft. Rntior, nn Mary Baker, Churubusco. ind.' Services 4 p.m. Mon. Lundberg Chapel of The Chimes, Bishop E Clair Gardener. Private Cremation, Greenwood. Visitation Sunday afternoon and evenlng. BRUSH, James Dillon "Sr. 87." 2410 N. 38th PI. Husband of Catherine W. Brush. Father of James Brush, Phx Passed away Sat. 3 Grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren also survived. Services conducted by Rev. Roscoe S. Strivings 3:30 P.m. Mon. in Memory Chape' A. L. Moore and Sons. Interment at Memory Lawn. BURGIEN, Amos W. Surviving wife Marian and daughter Mrs. Jacqueline Newman, Scottsdale. Son. Rob- en fnoenix. f-athtT, HorhTt, Oaks, Pa. Four grandchildren. Funeral and interment Downing-ton Pa. Arrangements by Mes-singer Mortuary. BUSCH, Eleanor. 2442" East " Pierscn. P.issed away Sat. A. L. Moore and Sens. CAMPBELL, " Lillian "Lee Andersen; 300 E. Moreland. Sister of Mrs. Sara Daskam, Phoenix. Passed away Saturday. A. L. Moore and Sons. CARTER, Charles Edward, 87. 3228 w. typress. r-atner of s. May Little, Oklahoma City, Okla., Mrs. Opal Brown, Charles J. Carter, Phoenix, Arthur Carter, Prescott. Passed away Friday. 1 sister, 1 brother, 9 grandchildren, 13 greatgrandchildren and 1 great-greatgrandchild also survive Services conducted by Rev. D. M. Pelerson 2:00 p.m. Monday in Chapel of Memories, A. L. Moore and Sons. Interment at Menwv I awn CHRISTOFF, John. Arrangements pending. Hansen Motuary, Sunny-slope. COE, Emily D. Surviving daughters Mrs. Eric Heiderprien Custer, S. Dag. Mrs. Walter Spangle. Fort Wavne, Indiana. Brother Thomas Girdham, Fostoria, Ohio Sister Mrs. Blanche Smith, Kalamazoo, Mich. Four grandchildren. Services and interment. Napoleon, Ohio. Arrangements by Messinger Mortuary. ENRIQUEZ, Arnold S , 1337 " N. 37th Dr. Husband of Eva. Rosary 8:30 p.m. Monday in Whitney & Murphy Chapel. Requiem high mass 9 a.m. Tuesday in Immaculate Heart Church. Interment St. Francis. Friends may call after noon Monday. GILSON, Mary Elizabeth. Survived bv sons, Kenneth J., Phoenix, Stanley W.. Los Angeles; also 5 grandchildren and one greatgrandchild. Private rosary Monday Chapel in the Garden. Mercer Mortuary. Private requiem hi mass Tuesday at St. Francis Xavler Catholic Church. interment St Francis. primrna v TYPING. 2M-40V6. PCEVELING. y -fiM7. grading. hauling. 'We buy diamonds, old gld . BILL. 1J W. Ah AL 'w1 AtTE RATIONS. Sewing. 943 35VX , .CHILD care. Northwest. 934-3521. CHILD cart, nursery. S10 weekly. 874-6257. . . EARN A GLAMOROUS FASHION WIG By acting as hostess at an exciting wig party. Call for complete details. - Mon. tliru Sat, 9-7 P.m 955-4640. UbSlONiNG, dressmaking, altera. flcnt. 944-91 a. JCiTTCD care. $7.50 weekly 253197. SEWING. 272-75?7!272-t48ri "ROfOTILLING, leveling, tractor work. Granite. Reasonable. 252-3386. ' SEWING. 277-1182. "WATCH," clock repair 253-8992. 'D R E S S M A K I N G, alterations. 579:2534. .'MARRY IN 1 HR-WI4-3453 ' PFIoenlx or SU 3-4301, Yuma, Blood tests. License day or nlte No publicity. No waiting after Arli. divorce. Lutes Gretna Green Wedding Chapel. 500 FlrstSt. Yuma. ALTERATIONS experienced. 252-2268. WL SOIL ST:50"YD. CR 4-313"5 'i-AWN mower sharpeninq, overhauled, cleaned. 4315 North 20th Street. 277-3508. DRESSMAKING. "Alterations. 252-639. :HILD CARE. Chris-Town area. CH I LD care my" home. 254-1569. .,L I t KA I IUNS, Z'-455S. - -TYPI NG-Mimeo. 277-7449. " " CUSTOM Upholstering. Redo- so'a and chair. $49.50 up. Daniel Manu- - Jacturing. 276-7304. . jiTOPSOIL.27JM!390 -JAN I TOR Supplies. 265-8830. jjHILD care. J58-2039. ' DRAPERIES: installation, repair, .((Iteration. 274-2201. -' CHILD care, 2126 East Marshall. 955-6522. . SEWING for men and women. . 278-1339. . 'GRANITE tor lawns, drive - ways, will install. Grading and leveling. Aj. 3-2826. i- CHILDCARE. Home environment, . piivmates, breakfast. 266-4927. HOUSECLEANING, "walls, floors, taoets Topps. AL 3-6U3. , ' "DRESSMAKING. Alterations . 566-1717. . JYPING."272-5182. ' . CEVENf DRIVEWAYS, patios, bck additions 276-8520. TYPING, IBM Executive. 939-7072. " PAINTING. Long "experience. $1.75 - hotr J53-5364. , " fRONINGS. Northeast. 955-7895. '"Alteration work. istwis. . '3HILOjceL43-4"2. . AAOTHER with 2 children wishes to care for one child, my home. 372 0651. . "CHILD care in my home. Vicinity Chris Town, fenced Dack yard. 265-691. IRONING. Northwest. 278-8895. RUSSELL'Priva'e Detective Aqen-cv Suspicions confirmed or relieved. 27J-7354, CHILD care. My home. Northwest. 944-6747. SAFEWAY Bonus Bingo. Need: $!Q00 B-l, U-2, U-3, U-5, N-4, S-4, 0-4. $500 O-l, 0-5, B-2, S-4, U-3, N-3. $100 S I, N-2, B-3, U-4, 0-5. S50 B-4, O-l, S-5, N-2. Will spilt. 967-5263, afternoons, evenings. " " " KRISS (BILL1 J . VITAL YOU CALL MOTHER AT " ONCE, 714 356-4240 COLLECT " ALTHEA ANN S. Uroent vou contact immediately. Box 93-V A, Repubiicand Gazette, . 20 1 -Misc. Jobs "Tv?A'lL, window washing. House Cleaning. 254-2571. LAWN service. Tree trimming. 25J-2571. .. , LOTS, clean up rubbish, hauling, .lawns, corrals. 276-4311. JANITORIAL Service. Experienced. Commercial. Free estimate. 254-2435, CR 4-4744. --WEED cutting. Lawn mowing. Trah hauling. 254-4679. After6 j m. 1 YARD "man, good work 276-7683 ftr 3 p m. OLEANDERS "trimmed. 252-1170 " TREKS. Yard wori275-8961 ' "CITRUS "TREE SERVICE, plant ' all types 944-5827. "TALL B a r r y 's Complete tree, heage. gargening service. 258-3282 "PUT me to work. Experienced In gardening, landscaping, carpentry, inferior exterior painting, cement fln-snina. Arizona residenL955-7725. FREEMAN "Brothers Cooler Service New pads cleaning, oiling, ad-lustinq Most coolers, $10, complete. 967-91 87 "p a I N T'l N G. inslde-butslde-C lean! Neat Prompt. $12 average room. ' Speoal prices, vacancies 947-4433. YARDWORK. mowing"," pruning, enovating, bv iob, or month. 17 2:03 - 272-7434. . - 'COOLER repair, servicing, installation. Reasonable. 944-6681. . "COOLERS. Repacking, servicing. J77-0I98. " LANDSCAPING, 25 years exoeri-ence. Complete lawn Service, Shrubs, Cleanuos;?39-5204. r " YARD work, "name your price. ' 7M-37M. . IRONING, mv home, Westown. 94?-6354 -ROTOTlLUNG", spraying for wds and insects. All types lawn work. CR7-5997, 944-5695. SIGN parting. 276-5979.. . " LAWN service Hedge, tree trimming. Renovating, rototilling. Cleanups. 252-6273. GARDENING, trimming, cleanups. 94t1?32. COOLERS. Servicing, repack and clean. Reasonable. 279-7955 'COOLERS serviced." Reasonable. 165-8596. . . . COOLERS cleaned, repacked, oiled, painted. WH 5-3004. " ADAMS Lawn Service. 279-4027. "JOHNNY'S light hauling. Miscellaneous cleanup. Reasonable. Anytime. 937-5064 , 944-1351. "FURNITURE hauling. Reasonable. 565-4022. ' iLiPCOVERS. 277-951-4. . ' LAWNS7"cleanup, pruning, haullnq. 946-3395. . -PAINTING, 20 years experience. Work guaranteed. 277-6720. ROCKSCAPING landscaping. 164-6955 HANDYMAN. CR 4-4082. 'HAULING and cieanup work. $4 7904. LEVETTnG, grading, cleanup, hauling, 279-2513, , .... . TREES removed cheap. 955-1766. .'""DRAINS unciogged. $7.50, sewers 12 50. 274584. ;'1TRaTh, miscellaneous, haul cheap. BR 5 6003, BR 5-3425. eieanups-trashjiaullng 946023 "2TRASH hauling. 275-5681. LAWN service 939-1889. "TREE work, cheap. 264-2328. " HANDYMAN. 27W374. ' ORAINS cleared, $7.50. 273-7051. '"K.iPL6ADE"R, cleanup, grading. JW-3538. COOLERS at cost, Installatlr"-, repairs, service. BR 2-1572. WANTED maintenance work, odd Inbs, yard work. Reasonable prices, lall Frank's Maintenance Service, 275- 0150 before 8:30 a.m. or after 3:30 p.m. 'r HANDYMAN. 273-0509 . LAWN service. Weekly. 266-4702771 -CLEANUPS, trash hauling, miscellaneous. 2544516. YARDWORK, hauling, hedges. 276.-2057. LOTS cleaned BST-1045. "KOTOTILLlNG. 935-2128. GRADING and cleanupiiM-llSS. RUBBISH hauling. Lot cleaning. 254-2571. , LAWN. Expert gardening. 939-7972. TREE eed fertilizer. Renovate front lawn, $80193?-7972J OUT STT5 E painting. Reasonable. 277-8885. after 5 p.m., Weekends. EXPERT lawn service, weeds destroyed. Reasonable. 276-3922 or 276- 8290. COOLERS completely checked, packed and cleaned. $7.95. All work guarantied, 936-5167. 202-13 uildjng Trades GRANITE for lawns, drive-ways, will install. Grinding and leveling. AL 3-2826 . CONCRETE work. Patios, driveways, floors. Reasonable. 943-8051, PAiNTlNG, $12 average room. Repairs. Good neat work. 278-8831, evenings. PAINTING cheap, spraying. Work guaranted.224-3172I PLUMBER, licensed, 26tl8241 Tp" L U MB I N GTR epalrsTJ 74-y04a. T PATCHING - plaster - stucco. AL 4-2200. "PAiNTINGTlnterlor, exterior. ETsff. males. Licensed. Bonded. 9447628. T&EMODELfNG? Fine-Line Coiv jtruction Company. 943-2651. -iPAtlOS", planters", porches, " flre-places.Stone, blockwork. 252 0528. V B U I LD R EV O D E L A NYT H I N G l,fc. Bonded. Non-Unlon.9551523 : ELECTRICIAN licensed bonded. Free estimates. 252-4137. " PAINTING. Cheap - cheap - cheap. 274-7988. " PAINTING. Call now.J78-3134. CARPENTER, $1.95 hourly. Ref- renres, 939-1922. TTCE Installed. 275-9509. "1 .CERAMIC tile. Patch jobs. Custom WgJk. Licensed contractor. 967-5801. ' ' Painting. Interior exterior. Hour or lob. Free estimates. 4ISO spraying. 266-9272 anytime .PLUMBER, Phoenix license. Work bv the hour for contractor or builder. 275-4918. CAR"PflNT,RY"! 264-5282. BLBcKLAYER, 274-8077. PLUMBING, Licensed. 274-9048. "CONCRETE work. Reasonable. Ll censeo), bondedm-MSO. BRliK, block, masonry. 277210. morrow in Grimshaw Mortuary, 334 W. Monroe, for Dr. Neil Dunham Snell, 75, who died Friday in his home at Cave Creek. The Rev. Paul F. Moser will officiate. Cremation will follow. Dr. Snell, a retired veterinar ian, was born in Gobies, Mich. He came to Phoenix from Seat tle in 1958, and moved to Cave Creek in 1965. He was a World War II Army veteran, and had been a government meat inspec tor in Seattle for 10 years. He was a member of Luke-Green-' way American Legion Post No. 1 of Phoenix. Survivors include his wife, Hazel of Cave Creek; two daughters, Mrs. Shirley Phillips of Lakewood, Colo., and Mrs. Beverly Williams of Ta-I jcoma. Wash"; a brother, Virgil I of Glendale; a sister, Mrs. Bre-j !ta Gorton of Montana, and four! 'grandchildren. Mav IScrrv ! YUMA - Mrs. Mav Berry, 73. ,'who moved here from Phoenix five vears ago. died Thursday; i at Parkview Baptist Hospital. , . ,. . I Services will be at 2 p.m. to - ! morrow in Johnson Mortuary Chapel here services I Memory Lawn Memorial Park i. . in rnoenix. Mrs. Berry is survived by a daugnter. Mrs. Marvin acnreiD- 'er of Yuma. 5-Funeral Directors A. L MOORE & SONS Adams at 4thAve. 254-4111 CANNON FUNERAL HOME "Servinq the Westside" 935-4231 A. L. MOORE & SONS ADAMS AT FOURTH AVFNUE BETHANY CHAPEL AND MORTUARY 710 West Bethany Home 279-7368 Larry j. Melcner Mortuarv CHAPEL OF THE ROSES 43 S. Staplev Dr. WO 4-4537 "MELDRUM MORTUARY 52 N MacDonaid, Mesa WO 4-437? " PARADISE CHAPEL RALPH L. SAGE, DIRECTOR 3934 E. lndianSchool 955-IWO TEMPE MORTUARY 4Q5 E Sputhern.Terr.or o'.-1W3 WEBBER & SONS MORTUARY 1641 E. Jotterson Al4-6734 7.Cemetery V.' " TH RE Elbts-Resthaven" Park". Sell reasonable. 943-4559 after 5 o m. 10-Lest BILLFOLD, black, ladies, important papers. Reward. 274-4617. DCG, pail CLu-ker, femaie, 3 months, tan color Vicinitv 86th Stroot-Thnmas. Srntttrtale 945-IW; PEKINGESE pu'ppv," white, soecial diet, reward. 967-1331. POODLE, tov whit"" male.' Vicinity 55th Avenue - CameibacK. Reward. 937-0127. "CREDIT cards in folder. Vicinity Coolidge - 67th Avi-nur, and Indian School. Reward. 9j9 2 1 '2. " SIAMESE, female. "La:.! seen Wednesday niqht at Twilight Turnry Apartments, 80i West Turnc,. Ar, swers to "Puddy Kitten'' Reward. 279 6175, TOYCollie Reward. 253-1564. DOG, tri-colored terrier mix 13 years old. Special diet. March 20th. Reward. 1720 East Pinchol. SIAMESE "cat, "male. Brown --pot below riqht shoulder. Lavendar rhine-stone collar. 955-8083. Reward. MALE "S:arr.cse cat. Viciri'y o Glendale Avenue and 7th strerl 27.1-5533. COLLlE. old lr-malf Sable, white Answers "Quern.'' Vicinity Scotts-dale. Reward. 9-17-4966. "GLASSES, child's. 1 pair 1, light pink, mamr-d Drnhi" 0"r. ci"r wi'h red trim. Ner-ded haniy Reward 274-7447. Vicinity ol 24th Place and Camelback. DEVILBISS paint qun. Reward. 276-8062. "GERMAN "shepherd", female. Black, tan. One year. Very gentle. Desperately needs medical attention. Vicinity 35th Avenue - Lewis. Reward. 276 9183. SHEEP, male. Vicinity 33r-f Ave-nue-O'angpwood. Please call. 937-4020 POODLE, white toy. Vicinitv 35th Avenue Cameiback. Small boy s pet. 9-4 -.54 1 1 -Found SHETLAND pony, line. 108 East Base- 13-AudiGRS SCOTTSDALE AUCTION WH 5 1,741 WARE'S AUCTION 2 SALES EVERY MONDAY 9 a.m. & 7 p m. 3811 W. IND. SCH. PHONE 276-0469; 279-5918 CONSIGNMENT boat auction. Cail River Ranch Sales Co foe mtorrra-tion 268-0257; 258-2954; 955-7936. AI Downard Ssle Yard Big Auction Every Sat. 3000 S. Cent. BIG" BARN AUCTION 2949 w. Mcdowell EVERY TUESDAY 7 PM EVERY TUESDAY 7 P M. WE BUY OUTRIGHT OR SELL ON CONSIGNMENT 72 43LI AUCTION EVERY WED. 9AM & 7 P.M. 4001 N. 7TH S3. JOHN BRUNK & SCr.S AUCTIONEERS :64j201 13-Auctions MESA AUCTION 49 S Robson, Mesa 964-394.: PHOENIX AUcllON Ct-NltW 2633 E Ind Sch Rd 274-8241 THE BIG RELIABLE Van Cleve Auction FRIDAY DAY & NIGHT WE PAY MORE CASH OR SELL ON COMMISSION 5134 W Glendale Ave YE 7-471 Scottsdaie Buver 945-9-13!) GUS & SONNY AAA AUCTION EVERY FR'DAY-7 P We buy outright or r.e!l c.e consignment for cuick c-i-h, 5102 N. 27'h AVENUE Call 277-3812 SALE SUNDAY 9 A.M. AUCTION CITY "THE BEST IN THE V. EST" Paint, tools, fishier equipment. TV sets, bunk beds, let-, el i..od turn. 1708 E. MOHAVE PUBLIC AUCTION WED 10 AM APRIL 6'h M .1 MILLS EQUIP 8. RENTAL 3431 N. 43rd AVE FORK LIFT - TRACTORS TRUCKS-TRAILORS-TOOLS Case Fork Lift. 3 '64 Ford Tractor, 2 Ford Tractors W Loaders, 2 Fe--ousen Tractors. '6" Chev 10 Yd Dump Truck. 2 '58 Chevy 4 Yd Dumo Truck, Equip Trailers, Pavement Roller, Concrete Mixers 8, Equip, Plumbers-woodworkers - Lawn - Shoo Equip & Misc Tools. For Brochure Call The Arizona Auctioneers M Burack AL 8-6981 M K'flrffr Too Late To Classify 1961 FAIRLANE, V-8" Air, "'sfan-dard shift. S395. 2116 West Buckeye Road. ; ! ! : ; Church. Morenci. at 4 p.m. to- W illi Cutter L, 's 5Un''vV? b-vfa slsteur- , , , . 1 Ruth Kearns of Youngtown. vho morrow, burial will be in bunk- SAV CARLOS-Willie Cutterrequests that donations be sent ers t emetery. Morenci. pnc ()f (he ast ,ribal medi !(o ()lp American Cancer Socie(y ! Surviving are his wife. Ofelia: eine men on the Apache Reser-jtiie Youngtown Communitv .'two sons. Brigido Jr., and R0b-,vation here, died Thursday at a Fund, or the National College of crt; his parents, Mr. and Mrs.! Tucson rest home where he had, Education in Evanston, III. Raquel Mondragon of Morenci:, resided for lour years. Lundberg Golden Door Durinc the 1920.s Mr. CutteriChanel of if d oiomfi vLMcuoo o. wenvn, ,and two sisters, Mrs. Martha Ruiz of Tucson and Mrs. Soraida vion.aR's oi .Moienei. . .. . ... , h:u' is Kimincl --' -""'- III. KENNEY, William J. surviva ov Anna Kathleen; sons Thomas Jefferson, U.S. Armv. Viet Nam and Michael Patrick ol To leson, daughters Dianne, Jane, Billie Jo and Louise, all of Tolleson. Rosary 6 30 P.m. Mondav. Mass Bam Tuesday. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call Mondav afternoon and evening, at Cannon i-u-neral Home. . KIDD. Arda B 6721 N. 25th Ave. Services Monday I l-.r0 Trinity Methodist Church. 3104 W. Glendale Ave. Rev. Robert Peeic officiating. Interment Resthaven Park Cemetery, Glendale. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday. Sunset Ch8"1- . - KRAATZ, Albert W. Survived by son Elmer, Phx.; daughter Mrs. Walter Scholz. Seattle, Wash.; brother Charles, Lutzen Mum. Three grandchildren, 6 great grandchildren. Services Wonv 10 a m. Mt. Calvarv Lutheran Church. Friends may call after 1 p m todav. Interment sattie. Washington. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, di rector. - KUICKERT, ETwin H. Survived by wife Mildred Phx.; Mrs. WHrna Ohert. Mrs. Esther DeLoncr Friends may call until noon today Services and interment sr Louis, Missouri. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, director. ,, LINDNER, Frank J. Services will be conducted by Rfv- CV-i Strubel 10 a.m. Monday Chanel in the Garden. Mercer Mortuary. Interment Greenwood. Friends mav caJLtodaV; LUTFY, Wadiha. 5050 N. 2nd St. Rosary 7:30 p.m. today in St. Francis Xavior Church Requiem High Mass 9:30 e.m Monday m St. Francis Xavier Church. Private entombment. Friends may M at Whitney & Murphy Fu-neral Home from 1 to 5 p.m. todav. LYONS, Oliver Jfferson Services Monday 2 P.m. Casa Blanca Presbyterian Church; Rev. Edmond Neison officiating. Friends may call Sunday afternoon, Universal Memorial Center. Burial Casa Blanca Cemetery. , uabHALL Joe W Beloved hus- MbaRndHAo'LEdl.h Rice Buckev, Arizona. Passed away April 2nd at a Phoenix hospital. Funeral arrangements announced later bv Buckeye Funeral Home. Skidmore officiating Interment Resthaven. Visitation Sun. 1:6 P.m. Lindners Jhepeljuf The Chimes. . McGOUGHi Dr. Lawrence W. arrangements pending. Hansen Mortuary, Sunnvsloce. .. MILLERTMagdalene M. Survived bv husband Wlllard Pheen- So. James I. Phoenix, Eugene K. Alliance, Ohio. Sisters: Mrs. Helen Eskav, Struthers, Ohio. Miss Martha Casey, Leetonia. Ohio. Brother: Edward & Paul Casey, Leetonia, Ohio. Services .and interment will be in Leetonia, Ohio. Arrangements by Mercer Mortuary. ,. MOCASQUE, Elita. Services 2 pm today. Middle Verde Church. Universal jyiemorial Center. . HORCOP, TSgt. Patrick A. Jr. Services 10 am Mondav, Branll-Whitney Mortuary. Chaplain Paul H Pike officiating. Military services and interment Greenwood Visitation 2-5 pm today. Charles R. WhitnevJfirector OSBORN, William J. Husband of Mary M Oborn, Father of Mrs. H J Etha Fulton. Chula Vista. Calif., Mrs. Baxter (Alfa Ma" Wnmack. Scottsdale: brother of Mrs Pauline Schlalos, Lcs Angeles, Mrs. June Cook, Phx. Also 8 qrandchildren. 16 great grandchildren and 1 great great granddaughter surviving. Services 11 am Monday in The Aldersgate Methodist Church 2530 N. 3!nd St. Dr Ray H. Firth officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Park Visitation all day tcday in the Arizona Funeral Home Chapel. Henry T. Forman, director. POWER, Irma Susan survived bv Sons John, West Covina. Calif. Ron Phoenix. Sisters: Mrs. Phvllis Jamison, Covello, Calif. Mrs Dor. othv Peterson, Tinlev Park, III. Brother James Anderson Charlotte. N C Everett Anderson, Oakland. Calif Robert Fries, Charlotte. N C also 3 qrandchildren. Services will be conducted bv Rev. Thcmas Fisher 11:30 a m. Mon. Chapel in the Garden, Mercer Mortuary. Interment Greenwood. Friends mav can after 2 pm. today. PUGH, Finnie Wm. 1BC9 W. Buck-eve Rd. Passed away Friday. A. L. Moore & Sons. RANDS, "Mildred' M. Services will be conducted by Rev. Robert Simpson, 2 p.m. Men. Chanel in the Garden, Mercer Mortuary. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call after 2 P.m. todav. "RANSFORD, Lily F Services & interment in Crescent, Okia Desert View Chapel. M. L. Gibbons Mortuary, Mesa. REDDEL, Henrietta' Services con-diirted hv Rev. Karl Oelschlager 10":00 a m. Mondav in American Evangelical Lutheran Church, 1830 W Glenrosa Ave. Interment at Greenwood. Friends mav call today. A. L. Moore & Jons. RICHARDS, Stan'ey S. Survived hy his wife, Mae and sen Charles of Scottsdale, sons Franklin, Stan-lev and Samuel of Ohio, and eiqht qrandchildren. Bible Service tonight, 8 P.m Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. Requiem Mass, Mondav, 10 a.m., St. Daniels Caih-Cl'C Church. Interment St Francis Cemetery. Visitation after A p.m. today. SNELL, Dr Niel Dunham Announcements later bv Grimshaw Mortu-ry. STAFFORD, Marqaret Ann. Servies 2:30 P.m Wednesday, Sunnvsloce chapel, Hansen Mortuary. Rev. George Pannell officiating Interment RestHaven THOMPSON, Dr. Claude E Services 10 a.m. Monday from Lundberq's Sunland Chapel, Sun City Square Club officiating Interment Suniand. WEBB, John R Surviving wife Ruth B. Sons: John Webb Jr.. Frank Webb Dauqhter Judy Wehb, all of Phoenix. Brother, Herbert T Webb. Mount Prospect, III. Funeral services Monday 2 P.m., St Barnabas on the Desert Episcopal Church. Scottsdale. Rev. John H Parke officiating. Under the direction of Messinger Mortuary. Additional services and interment Evansten. III., Thursday, 2 p.m. Visitation after 2 p.m. Sunday, WES5, Grace W. Survived bv sen Norman MacDonaid, Phoenix, Roderick Winchell. New York Services will be conducted by the Very Rev Elmer B. Usher, 2 p.m. Tuesday. Chapel in the Garden. Mercer Mortuary. Entombment Greenwood. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday. WICK, Norman" Gil." Survived bv parents. Mr. and Mrs. Georqe Wick. Phx 4 brothers. Georqe. Gordon. Richard, Wayne. Phx. Grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Vern Bain, Butler, Pa. Grandmother. Mrs Margaret Wick, Phx. Uncles and aunts, Mr and Mrs William Wick. Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Wirk. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bain. Mr. and Mrs. John Bain. Mr. and Mrs. Georqe Ellenberger, Mr. and Mrs, Gerald Griffin. Services 2 p.m. today. First Baptist Temple. 20 E. Jones. Rev. Donald G. Beene officiating. Private cremation Bloom's South Phoenix Mortuary. 5-Funsral Directors FOR MAN'S Ariz. Funeral Home 3M.nL3rd Aye. AL 3-2332 MERCER MORTUARY THOMAS RD. Phone 266-4473 AT 16TH ST. Private Parking ' ,r,. iho r.ila rvmntv 'sheriffs Department as an in-' terprcter. Funeral services will be held .i . ( r n, mm i inv iiri! i: i u . James S. PRESCOTT - earson Services J1Uj PARKER Charles M. Kim- Grace Lutheran Church. Burial' Thursday at mel, 84, a 53-vear resident of wilt be in the San Carlos Ceme- ' and had riom Hied Thursd-.v -.t the ,orv- Olfic ating will be the e- lcx- and nad Auonn, flu cl lliuisday at the - Unli'L-cer 'llved 1,1 Anzona fr seven iSmokctrce Manor Rest Home in luv- Alllia Ll'l(.feLI' years. Yuma' i Ml' lSr is m1 b: fcouri She is survived by a daugh- Porn in Glenrose, Tex., Mr.sons, Cwiy and Prank ol San (c Ronda L J D Kinimcl had spent the past 16. Carlos, Ernest of Paradox and lh Mr RPn7r,n' years in the Parker area. He John of Miami; a daughter, I S,"r S GeoreS' and SlS" was a retired farmer. Mrs. Cora Bread of San Carlos. rre ,andhn tlle'af . . ,.,,, 'and 22 grandchildren. lcrresa both of Services will be held 10:30 a.m. Texas; seven brothers, Ran- today at the Parker Funeral; Funeral arrangements are dell, Johnnie, Jessie, Tad, Rome with Bishop Xclson Web- being handled by the Sanlord Tony. Darrell and Pete Estes, ster of the Church of Jesus Funeral Home. ;all of Texas, and her grand- Christ of Latter-day Saints, of-: parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stophcr's Episcopal Church in I Sim City. Youngtown is In Vh.irnr. Frieda Epperson P A R K E R - Mrs. Frieda r. oi lexas. Services will h :it 9 r m in ,JV. t, L l.lll, ivj- ,lie Union Assemblv. Salome Burial will bo m the Parker Cemeierv. L I S ' Iiaun Carter park-fr r and Mrs. Gerald Carter; three Saser of Areta. Calif. i . ,r ," . .."".day at the Church of God of AAA DRIVE 2201 West Buckeye f AWAY d. 253-3331 A-American Auto Delivery TO OR FROM ANY CITY Personalized door to door service Fast Dependable Service BONDED & INSURED DRIVERS PHONE 264-0234 4309 N. 16th Street Insured Driveaway System TO AND FROM ANY CITY $50,000 BOND $2,500,000 INSURANCE FEDERALLY LICENSED BY INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION CERTIFICATE MC 107227 4014 N. 7th Sr. 266-2181 Drive as your own Chicago, Twin-Cities NewJTork. Florifla253- jJ AAACON DRIVERS EXCH Bonded drivers, drive your car fo or from any city. Never closed. ALL GAS PAID LOW RATES AL 2-0555 122 N. Central Ave.Phx., Room 401. CARS" to "Toronto, Detroit," "Cleveland, Chicago and San Francisco. Drive as Your Own. AL 3-J331. WILL pay ALL expenses, gas, oil", meals, motels for someone to drive mv car and me to Butte. Montana about May 1. See Tom Greenfield, Sunset Trailer Court, 8615 East Anarhe Trail. Mesa. Phone 112-486-1165 and leave your number. LEAVING for North "Carolina "April 11th. TaKe 1 or 2. Snare gas expense. References. 955-7626. Cars to Chicago. Michigan, NY. Olio. Minneapolis, Seattle. S F. Boston. Drive as own. 266-2181. Cars to Cleveland, Chgo, Ft. Wavne, Mirh, Pa., N J.. N &S. Dak lowa, Nbr. Sa!tLake JJrlve as own. 2642041 DR'VE NEW CADILLAC ' OMAHA 14TH FREE GAS. 964-6209. " COUPLE will drive your car" Ohio or neighboring state. 256-2490. i r BUSINESS S'EMICET APPLIANCES (Ayhand's " Washer-1 " Refrigeration Repair Service. Rentals. 253-8785 WASHING machine repair, all makes reasonable. 253-7494. A IR CONDITIONING Commercial-Home- air conditionna." Rpfrig seivices 936-4187. Residential air conditioning serlvce. 275-6939. Get ready for summer. ART SUPPLIES 'Now Showing" Top American "Contemporary Artist!" PAINTERS WAREHOUSE, 4955 .N. 7th Ave.,244-4441. AUTO REPAIRING Complete auto"rebulldln. "Johnny Essex, 2002 E. Van Buren AL 3-9513. J3ATH ft MASSAGE COOK'S MasMgeriirir'Rbosevei) moved to 373 N. 4th Ave. AL 4-7857. " Massage therapy 8, steam baths. " 1413 East McDowell. 253-5871. BUILDING CONTRACTORS We"specialue in home and commer-ciai Remodeling and repalrsJ277J409 I'LL beat any qualified bid, remodeling. Lie. Contr. BR 5-8188, AM 4-3921 LICENSED contractor. FHA approved, remodeling, add-a-room, aluminum siding e4c Quality work, free estimatesYE 7-5344. BUIl D REMODEL AN YTH ING Lie. Bonded. Non-Union 955-1523 Patio covers, room additions, car-ports. Reasonable. 944-0259, CR 7-897). CAR 'ENTRY Carpenter' remode i i ng eV ' repa i 'is. Small lobs a specialty. AM 6-8522 Carpentry-cabinets tormica, "tehees". All workguarMax Smith, 955-4023. Add'ns, patio, roots, carports r?sl-dential'Comm remodel. Non-union Lie. bond, work guar. 253-3296. Room addtns, remodeling, concrete ..... work. Jieasonable. 9440178. Patio roofs, room addh's, aluminum siding, aluminum gutters. Reason-able. Free est. Call Erv 266-1700. CARPET LAYING CARPETS INSTALLED & Repaired Days, Evenings andSunday275-3053. CEMENT WORK LlCB6nded; Reasonable. .277-8971 " CEMfcNT patios, carports, walks. Free estimate. J75-I403,.. PATIOS, driveways. Remodeling. LlcensedjJ)ondeg;. .946-2023 , 9460 735 Cement, "patio, floors. Free estimate. 252:9604. COOLER SERVICE Reliable cooler service. Guaranteed. Call Apache Enterprises.264-6106. Special. $6 95. Pads, clean unit Oil motor, blower and pump. 275-9009. Cooler Service 944-4588 DENTAL WORK ONE day service on extractions and plates for out-of-town patients. Dr. Edgar B Pease Member California Society of Dental Surgeons 245 Fox Theater Bldg AL 4-3943 1 " OIKT TOP SOIL-FILL DIRT-GRAVEL Reasonable -Call Jones AM 5-7991 EXCELLENT Topsoil t Fill Dirt. '4 PRICE. 278-6713. " BEST TOP SOIL DEL CHEAP AL 2-2068 Iiciaung. Hui'ial will be in the Parker (Ymetorv. Surviving are his wife Min - nie; a son. Emerv Poor 0 Fresno, Calif.: a brother Jake of Phoenix; two grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. Amos W . Huruien James,'y -1 earson. 84. wlio died es'. in Yavapai tommu - n"-v 1I,)SI)1,i'1 hpre- Wl11 be at 11 a;m- T,uesda.v lnth,e R,lncrl .funeral Home, lather Bruce Causey oi St. Lukes Episcopal, Church will officiate. Cremation child. SCOTTSDALE - Services for'""1 ,ollmv- Shaun Lee Carter. 3, a drown- :Amos W. Rurgien, (10, will be in m,-. icarson was born in Lan- inB victim, will be at 10 a.m. Dounington. Pa. cashire, England. He had re--Tuesday from the Parker Mr. Rurgien. a real tate sided in Prescott for the past. FlIIUra' Ho. broker, died Friday in his home cven years, and in Phoenix for! The youth disappeared March at 8-514 E. Lewis. He came to a year before that. He was a'23 while playing on the Colorado Scottsdale from Philadelphia in retired cabinet maker. River bank" near his home at 1!'M. ,. . -Polvnesian Shores. His bodv was He is survived by a son,ir " ...H Kri,.,.. II.; is .survived by his wife, James of Phoenix; three grand-1 Marian; a daughter. Mrs. Jac-children, and one great-grand-' Surviving are his parents, Mr. .brothers, Steve, Randv and Friends may call at the mor-Mark, and his maternal' grandma ry from 5 through 8 p.m. to parents. Mr and Mrs. R. L. morrow. Elmo Carr, Champion Rodeo Cowboy i Dies PRESCOTT Elmo E. Carr, stuntman in Western pictures. 59. once a champion rodeo cow- He managed lne Doubic O boy. a moue stuntman and a Ranch near Seligman from 1936 rancher, died yesterdav at to '9-12. and later owned a ranch Yavapai Community Hospital. ,in Sku11 Valle'. west of Prescott. Private services will be held Survivors include his wife, queline Newman of Scottsdale; a son Robert of Phoenix, lour grandchildren. Slaulo S. Kiel, lenanls SCOTTSDALE Stanley S. .Richards. 7fi. a retired florit from Ohio, died yesterday at his home. HOI!) E. Monte Vista. Bible services will be at fi p.m. today in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 X. llayden. Requiem Mass will he at 10 a.m. tomorrow in St. Daniel's Catholic-Church. 11130 X. llayden. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. A native of Poland, Mr. Richards came to this area three years ago. He is survived by his wile,, Mae; fours sons. Charles of M'ousnaie. I'rankim. Stanley and Samuel, all of Ohio; and eight grandchildren. mor- Friends mav call at tuary after 4 p m. today. and hose, ot trescou; a son. Mike, Visaha. Calif.; two daughters, Mrs. Daiiene Montova of Albu- tomorrow at Home here. Carr was born in Harding. Tcnn., and had lived in Arizona ,, , llner tuncral:of iquerque, and Mrs. Kay Easley of Phoenix; his mother, Mrs. since 1926. He was a tormerihaty Carr. Visalia; two sisters champion roper and bulldogger.and a brother living in Califor- and had worked as a sreeialty;nia, and seven grandchildrep.

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