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—-^LPASO.HERALD-POST. Monday. January 27.1975 BIDS FATHER GOODBYE—Danny Levitt, 6- a member of the building industry family that year-old son of Andrew Levitt; wipes tears from created 'Levlttowns', vows to fight in the Israeli oil eyes as he bids Us father farewell at Kennedy courts to regain custody of the boy. (UPI) Airport prior to Us departure to Tel Aviv. Levitt, Wants To Stay In U.S. With Dad NEW YORK (UPI) - Andrew Levitt and his 6-year-old son spent their last few moments together last night in a private airline lounge. Then Danny — under a court order — was flown to Israel to the custody of his mother. "I like it here and I love my daddy," a tearful Danny told newsmen before he left. "I want to stay here." Leavitt, a real estate entrepeneur, was ordered by the state Court of Appeals Friday to surrender Danny to his ex-wife, who has since remarried and lives in Israel. LEVITT HAD ARGUED his boy may not be safe in Tel Aviv because of increased Mideast tensions. But a lower court found the argument irrelevant and the Court of Appeals upheld the ruling. The Israeli government took an active role on the side of the mother, Mrs. Hayutah Kinori. Leavitt said he planned to visit his son and hire an Israeli lawyer to continue his fight in the courts there. When he and his wife were divorced in 1971, he gave her custody of the boy, retaining the right for Danny to visit him in the United States for about a month each year. DANNY WAS ON A VISIT with his father when the October, 1973, Arab-Israeli War broke out. He decided to keep the boy in the United States, prompting his ex-wife to sue. •"My mommy can always come and visit me here," Danny protested shortly before his flight left. "She has a new baby now and a new husband. Why does she need me? Reports Says Brushing teeth a Waste of Time LONDON (UPI) — So you've been fighting with Johnny for years'to get htm to brush his teeth. Don't blow your top. but a ~ British government report says it's all been a waste of time. The report, based on a study of 13.000 children by dentists in Britain, says brushing teeth has no impact at all on the incidence of dental decay in children. DISMISSING the popularly- held belief in the efficacy of brushing teeth, the report compared the impact of children's dental habits on groups of 5-year-olds in England and Wales. The study, released jreaterday, reported some toothe decay in 72 per cent of the children who brushed their teeth three times a day. It said a little more than one-third of the youngsters had five or more decayed teeth. But the study reported Slightly less decay, 71 per cent, among children who brushed under once a day. Alittle over a Funeral Services Set Tuesday For Pete Singh Sr. Pet* Singh Sr., prominent El Paso businessman, died Saturday. He was 89. He lived at .7558 North Loop drive Mr. Singh came to El Paso in 1939. and with his wife, the late tuz A. Singh, founded Singh Produce Inc., in City Market. He was semi-retired at the time of his death. ' Rosary will be recited today, at' 7 p.m.. in Kaster-Maxon and Futrell downtown chapel. Mass will be celebrated tomorrow, at 10 a.m., in St. Francis Catholic Church. Interment will be in Evergreen Cemetery. Survivors are four sons. Fernando Singh, Peter Singh, tsmael Singh, and Carlos Singh; four daughters. Miss Lucia Singh, Mrs. Betha Baeza. Mrs. Nora Singh, and Mrs. Glen Newton, all of El Paso, and 10 grandchildren. third of the children had five or more teeth decayed. THE INVESTIGATORS said they concluded that there is no systematic relationship between the frequency of brushing teeth and the incidence of dental decay. The experts even had a kind word to say about thumb sucking. They said the thumb suckers in the study were less likely than other children to have cavities in five or more teeth. THE DENTISTS reasoned that children who suck their thumbs are less likely to suck other things, such as dolls, soft drinks an 1 sweets. Sweets, in fact, remain the chief problem in tooth decay, the report said. A 5-year-old who docs not eat sweets is only one-third as likely to have five teeth decayed as a 5-year-old who eats a large quantity of sweets, the report said. Global Film Awards Are Announced HOLLYWOOD (UPI) Actor Jack Nicholson received a Golden Globe award for best actor and the motion picture he starred in, "Chinatown," was named best picture of 1974 by the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn. this weekend. Gena Rowlands was honored as Best Actress for her performance as the distraught housewife in "A Woman Under the Influence." THE 32ND annual awards ceremony also honored Ingmar Bergman's "Scenes From a Marriage" as the Best Foreign Picture of 1974. In the comedy motion picture category. Art Carney won as best performer for "Harry and Tonto," and Raqucl Welch for "Three Musketeers." Barbra Streisand and Robert Bedford were named World Film Favorites, and producer Hal Wallace was presented the Cecil B. DeMille Award for excellence in production over the years. "CHINATOWN" also earned an award for Best Direction for Roman Polanski, and "The Longest Yard" was picked as best comedy of the year. Fred Astaire received the award for his role in Towering Inferno." In the television category, the British import, "Upstairs, Downstairs" was the favorite, and Best Actress and Actor awards for comedy scries were presented to Valerie Harper for "Rhoda" and Alan Alda for "M-A-S-H." Statement Was Unauthorized Robert Harned and Don Cloud, executive director and board member of Goodwill Industries, today said a statement by a Goodwill employe reported in Friday's Herald-Post was unauthorized. The statement was that Goodwill has stopped prosecuting persons who steal from Goodwill boxes in the city. The statement was made to police who had captured two juvenile Juarez boys with loot stolen from a box. "We certainly do prosecute anyone who is caught stealing from Goodwill boxes," said Harned, "Regardless of ages or anything else, In fact Cloud spends a lot of personal time following through on these cases, and we were all upset over the statement. The person who made it to the officers had no authorization to do so." El Paso Unemployment Up; Estimated 9,900, or 6.8% -.-Unemployment in December w«s estimated at 9,900, or 6.8 per cent of the civilian labor force, in El Paso. This is an increase of 800 from November, and 1.300 from December of last year, according to the Texas Employment Commission's publication. Manpower Trends. ;.At the end of December, the active file of veterans seeking employment numbered 1,750; 26 per cent military retirees, and most of whom seek employment in managerial and technical occupations. More than 70 per cent are Vietnam veterans. THERE IS A SURPLUS of experienced garment workers. due to layoffs and reductions in personnel, and a slowdown in construction has idled some. However, employers in the El Paso area are having difficulty in finding qualified applicants as dog groomer, executive housekeeper, secretary, insurance salesmen, laboratory tester, live-in maid, and door-to-door salesmen. Gains in employment were in utilities, retail trade, and medical and professional services. They were more than offset by losses in agriculture- forestry-fisheries, construction, transportation, wholesale trade, Federal Government and finance- insurance-real estate. E.P. Actress Is Star Of New Movie Susan Blakely. daughter of Lt. Col. Larry A. Blakely, USA ret., and Mrs. Blakely, 3320 Cork street, stars in "Report to the Commissioner" due for release soon from United Artists. . "She enjoyed working in this film. Her co-star, Michael Moriarty, is a friend of hers and she was very lucky to be in a movie with him," said Mrs. Blakely today. MORIARTY won a Tony award last year for his work in "Much Ado About Nothing." Susan and her husband, Todd Merer, visited her parents here at Christmas. He has just sold his first screenplay, which Mrs. Blakely said "is about an Oriental type Mafia" and will be going to Hong Kong to help select locations for some of the scenes to be filmed there. "Report to the Commissioner" stars Susan as a tough, ambitious undercover agent specializing in narcotics. She poses as a runaway junkie as part of her police work in Manhattan's Times Square area. A release iUte for El Paso has not yet been announced. Susan has been working on another film, "Capone," which stars Ben Gazzara. She was an honor student at U.T. El Paso, majoring in art, before leaving in 1967 to pursue a modeling career in New York. She quickly became a top model and has been featured on covers of many national magazines. El Pasoan Named :ipient Of Caldwell Award Texas Pathologists named an El Pasoan and a Houstonian as recipients of the George T. Caldwell Award for Excellence in Contribution to the Field of Pathology in Texas. They are Dr. Maynard S. Hart, of El Paso, and Dr. Raymond H. Rigdon, of Galveston. The award was made at the awards banquet during the 54th meeting of the Texas Society of Pathologists held this weekend in El Paso. The new officers of the organization are Dr. Lament Jennings, of Galveston, president; Dr. James Stinson, Temple, president-elect; Dr. Marc Garza, Dallas, vice president, and Dr. John Webb, Homton, secretary. Recipi THE ACTION AD HOMBRE $ p E E D I E D N E R 0 RINGS FAST CASH TO YOU/ Advertiss liens at '308 or less... 13 WORDS 3 DAYS $ 1 WhtnPriet efuchitim appears in your ad. CALL 53M971 Obituaries ARLINE Mrs. Dorofhy Arline. 67. of 7535 Aca pulco, passed away Wed. in a toes hospital. Member of Mt Zion Bapti Church, a resident of El Paso of ' years. Survivors: two sons, Mr. Davi Boise. Idaho; daughlers-in- aw, Mr Ira Irma Jean Arline of El Paso, Mr Ine? M. Arl ne of Boise, Idaho; on of Boise. Idaho A number of other re atives, and a host of friends. Funera services wjl be he d Tuesday, 2pm st Mi Zion Baptist Church. Rov R. L 6rov;n, pastor, delivering the eitolopy Interment in Concordia Cemetery fti rangementsby Banks Funera! Home ARMSTRONG Harold Armstrong, of Trufh or Conse quences. New Mex co. passed awa Thursday, January 23, 1975 in Truth o Consequences. Res dent of Truth o Consequences for tour months. He wa a resident of El Paso for many years Member of the Baptist Church Re 'ircd Rdilroad Locomotive Enoineer Member of S L.O E Survived'by hi w te. Mrs Pearl Armstrong, Fulson Ne.v Mexico, one daughter, Mrs. Car ne Armstrong. La Juanta, Colorado one son, Howard Armstrong; tw grandchildren, J. Armstrong, and Mi chaet Armsfronq all of E Paso; on niece. Betty Ferranli, Ralon. Ne\Mexico Graveside services will be held at n 00 a m.. Tuesday at Res) lawn Memorial Park, Rev Dfk Maples of F rst Baptist Churcn offi dating Directed by Martin 3«9 Montana 546-3':; BROOKS George L. Brooks. 73. 6313 Chc-rbourq Dr., passed away Frtday He had been a resident of El Paso 24 years, and was a member of the Christian Church andCcleman Lodge No. ^96, AF & AM Survivors; Sisters; Mrs Dorothy Gil ^spie, Mrs. Efeanor Koenig, both o -oleman, Texas. Brothers, Leonard D - Brooks, E Paso, L. R. Brcoks, Gar land, Texas, Eugene Brooks. Cole man. Texas. Funeral serv ces will be hed at 10 A.M. Monday in Hard mq Or & AAcDaniel Pershing Or Chapel, Rev Russe 1 E- Bone official ing. Interment will be in Restlswn Memorial Park Graveside Masonic ber vices will be conducted by Lodge No 11 1 AF 8, AM Arranaements by Harding Orr & McDan.el Pershinq Dr 3/07 Pershing Dr 566 3911 CARPENTER Mr ElKvoodR Carpenlor.si 257.1 Lo lanon Avenue passed away Sunday He had bwn a resident of E Paso for 46 years and was a member of trie Methodist Church He was a member of fhe International Typographies Union and was retired foreman of the Composing Room ot the El Paso Herald-Post Survivors. Wife, Mrs iAdud Carpenter; Daughters, Mrs Margaret Conner, Mrsl Lenore Long necker; all of £1 Pa^o; 2 grandchildren: and 3 great grandchildren. Me rnorial contributions should be made o the Printers' Home of Colorado Springs, Colorado, or to the Cal Farley's Boy's Ranch of AmariHo, Texas Arrangements pending with Hard mg-Orr & McDaniel Persh ng Drive 3707 Pershinq Drive 56629!) DIAZ Rev. Gilbert C. Diaz Sr, 63, of 1735 Georgia Place, passed away Sunday in a local hospital. Resident of E Paso 35 years HP had served as Pas or of the Methodist Churches in California. Chicago, ntino s, and various cities throughout ;he state of Texas was presently pastor o' 'he mmanuel United LAelhodiirl Church Survived by wife, Mrs. Elvira C- Diaz, E! Paso; two daughters, Mrs. Rebecca Licon, El Paso, Mrs Elv ra Del Rio, San Jose, ^a ifornia. son. Gilbert D a: Jr , Las Vegas, Nevada; nine grandch Idren. services w;11 oe held at 8-.30 p m TUPS day in Martin Chapel- Funeral services wiil be a* 3:00 p.m. Wednesday in mmanuel Un ted Methodist Church, ( 1201 Magoffin) Dr, Carlos Perer, Superintendent of the Rio Grande Methodist Conference West D sir ct offi ciatinq. 1 -iterment in Restlawn AAemoYial Park Cemetery. D rected jy Martin. 3839 Montana 566-3955 Legals ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Scaled bids w 1 be received for he El Paso Water Utilities until 10:30 A. M , M.S.T.. Monday, February 17, 1975, for furnishing a Power Plant, in accordance with specifications, and 'ne bids v, ii br? opened and read aloud in Basement Conference Room, 320 South Campbell Street, El Paso. Texas For additional nformation contact the Purchasing Sect on at above address. [Bid Number 12 ) HP 1 27-75, 2 3-75 $1 Buys A Lot of Want Ad Power on the Low FAMILY RATE Use 3 Words, 3 Days for $1 to sell items priced at $300 or less! (w« ask fhot the orlee of each Mem appear n ine Ad) USE THE DIRECT LINE TO RESULTS 532-1971 ^r^ 1 ^£? PUCE A WANT AD 532-1971 EAGER BUYERS READ THE WANT ADS! Obituaries j CLAYTON Mrs. Frances Clayton, 81. 4*7 More land Drive, passed away Friday Sne had been a resident of El Paso for 34 years Survivors, daughters. Mrs Margaret Anagnostou, Long Beach Paso, Jane CTayton Oklahoma City Oklahoma- son, Walter H. Clayton Carlsbad, California seven qrsndchi veside Funeral Services will be hel( Tuesday at 10 00 A M at the Ever green Cemetery. Paslcr William F Hageman officiating Aranqements hy Harding Orr & McDaniel Montana Av enue 320 Montana Avenue 533 16J DOUGLASS A. S. Dojglass, 77. 6400 Edgemere Ap "27, passed away Sunday Resident c El Pa-io 37 years He was the origina founder of Furniture Warehojs Stores o! El Paso Veteran of WWI H was the former coach ot Amanllo Nig School and named the h'oh schoo team tho Golden Sandstorm Forme catcher of the Gnc.nnati Reds Bas« ball Team Member of the AF & AiV Polytechnic Masonic Lodge No. 925 o Ft. Wortti, Texas Survived by wife Mrs. Catherine Douglass of El Pas and several cousins. Family request i lieu ot Moivers memorial confribufion may be rr^de to Cal Farley's Boy Ranch. Amariilo, Texas. Gravesid services /.ill be held at 2 00 p m Tuesday at Evergreen East Cemetery Dr Eawin L. Criappell. minister of As bury United Meihcdist Church official ing. Oirectedby Martin. 3839 MMontana ^66'39S GONZALEZ /Vrs Maria R Gonzale?. 77. of 130J Avenue, in Fabens, Texas, passec away Sunday in a local hospital Resi denf of Fabens, Texas, 10 yea^s Member of The Catholic Church. Sur vived by three daughters, Mrs. Detfina G. Treviso. El Paso, Mrs. Inez G Com ceros, Fabens, Texas, Mrs Josetin, G. Lopez, El Paso; two sons. Arturo Gonzalez, Salvador Gonzalez, bolh o El Paso; 26 grandchildren; five great grandchildren. Rosary services will b« held at 7:00 p.m Wednesday in Martin Chapel. Funeral Mass will be at 10 45 a.m Thursday in San Antonio Calholic Church, Rev. Msgr. Dante J. Leoni, of firjating Burial in Mt Carmel Ceme tery. Directed by Martin. 3839 Montana 566 395 McCUTCHEON A.V Seafon McCutcheon, 62, 2732 Ber iv ck Drive passed away Sunday He had been a resident of El Paso tor 39 years and w.is a retired owner and op eralor of a lumber company He was a memoer of rhe Hillside Bible Presby terian Church Survivors: wife, Mrs Frances E. McCutcheon, £1 Paso daughters. Mrs L L Hoffman, Phila delphia, Pennsylvania. Mrs Michae Bryan). El Paso, Mrs. Steve GiuM, E Peso, Mrs Catherine Drtscoll, E Paso; sons, David T. McCutcheon U.S. Navy. Robert W McCutcheon, E Paso, Joseah S. McCutcheon, El Paso Sister Bidjc Blackford, Hiohland Texas; seven grandchildren. Arrange menls pending with Harding-Orr g, McDaniel Pershing Drive, 3707 Pershmg Drive 5W-291 A/1ENDOZA AbeMna Mendoza, 212! San Antonio No. J95 passed away Saturday She had been a resident of El Paso J years and was a member of the Jehovah's Witness" Church. Prayer services will be leld Monday at 7 00 p m. Funeral ser vices will be held Tuesday at iroo am. in (he Harding Orr & McDan.el Memorial Chapel, Rev Roberto Villareal otliciah'ng Interment will fol ments by Harding Orr S. McOanifl Memorial Chapel. HON Campbell St 533 ?wi AAUNOZ Mrs. Elvira C Munrjz, 1U S. Virginia Street passed away Saturday She had been a resident of El Paso for 50 years and was a member ot the Immaculate Conception Cathoi'C Church. Survivors: Husband. Antonio Munoz, El Paso: brother, Rubin Calbillo, El Paso.- cousin, Ramon Gomez, El Paso; several other cousins in California. Rosary services will be held MOD day at. 7:00 p.m in the Hardinq-Orr & We Daniel Montana Avenue Chapel Funeral Mass will be said Tuesday at 9.30 a.m. in the Immaculate Conc Q p- cion Catholic Church, Rev, Fr John -auretti. officiating. Interment will be in Evergreen East Cemetery Ar rangements by Harding-Orr & McDar, ie Montana Avenue. 320 Montana Avenue ^33- '6J6 RODRTGUE2 Mrs. Pauline Rodriguez, 3425 Hueco Street passed away Saturday. She had been a resident of Et Paso for 15 years and was a member of St Jcj^ph's "atholic Church and the Legio'n of Mary. She was a retired beautician Survivors: cousin. Mrs. Juan Pena. El 3 aso; niece, Mrs. -Fernando Pena, El 3 aso; nephews, Mai Victor Pena, Manhattan, Kansas, Capf. Juan Pena Jr., Ft. Walton Beach. Florida, Oscar Pena, Robert Pena. David Pena, Er James Pena. all ot El Paso, ftosary services will be held Monday at 7-00 j.m. in the Harding-Orr & McDaniel Pershirg Drive Chapel. Funeral Mdss vi 1 be said Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. at the St Joseph's Catholic Church, Rew Fr. John j. Finnegan officiating inter' ment will be in the San Fernando C-m Ctery m San Antonio. Texas Arrangements by Harding-Orr & McDaniel Pershing Dr^e. 3/07 Pershinq Dnve 56i 2911 SINGH Pole Singh Sr,, 89, of 7558 North Loop iassed away Saturday Resident of E! Paso 50 years. Member of St, Frartcis sons, Fernando Singh, Peter Singh, Is- mac! Singh, and Carlos Singh, all of El 3 aso.- tour daughters, Miss Lucia Singh, Mrs. Efren {Bertha; Baeza, Mrs. J. p. (Nora) Singh, and Mrs, Glen (Mary) Newton, all of El Paso; en grandchildren. He was semi-re- 'red Irom Pels Singh Produce Inc., and was born in Punjab, India. Rosary vill be recited at 7 p.m Monday, Kas er-Maxon 4 Futrell Downtown Chapel. Moss will be celebrated at 10 a m Tuesday in St. Francis Catholic -nurch, wilh Father Cabeller official- ng. Interment in Evergreen Ceme- ery. Pallbearers: Fernando Singh 3 eter Singh, Ismaei Singh, Carlos Singh. J. p. Singh and Efren Baeza Sr. Arrangements by Kaster Maxon & Fu- reil Dov/nfown Chapel SOlE.Yande'H 532.3431 VOGAN Walter A, Vogan Sr . 83, of Fabens >assed away Saturday Resid*nf of -abens for *Q years. Member o) First Methodist Church of Fabens, Survived >¥ wife, Mrs. Ethel Mae Vogan, Fami- y Home; one daughter. Mrs. Helen 3 iHman ot Orange, Tex ; one daugh er-in-law, Mrs. Betty Vogan of El 3 3so; three grandaughters. and ore greet-grandaughter. The family refers donations be made to the First Methodist Church Memorial fund in -abens. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the graveside in Restlawn Cemetery, Dr. Joe Schrim- shire. Rev Aubrey WaHey, and Dr :dwin Chappell officiating Arrange ments by Kaster-Maxon & Fulrell >owntown Chapel. 201 E. Yandell 532-3*31 3-Funeral Directors Jiardinq-Orr ™iMc Daniel FUNERAL HOMES 320 MONTANA, PHONE 533-1646 3707 PERSHING, PHONE 566-2911' $l KastenMaxon > : v H| «J _ ^=: *-. Fliral .!£• °^nw" JN(IM " ax ^,g^-' ^tatfwL* •^3839 MONTANA 566-3955 MEMORIAL CHAPEL ION Campbell in-lul BANKS-MARLIN SAN JOSE 01 S. Virginia 53J-I854 Salazar Mortuary 2SS.Ore fl on 533 UM MISSION «» E, Yandell U5-<061 6-Cemetery-AAonuments TWO, 2) Lann Crypt Spaces Crypl No SeMing price is S650. Please contac Mr William M Brcoks, P O. Box 73J 2ephy Hulls, Florida 3.i599. Tplephone 813 7B28770 Fojrchoice lots in Rest lawn one liner, one bronze lock-^ For information, call 591 3707 7- Special Notices ATTENTION INCOME TAX SPECIALISTS f iassihcation No S "tnromoT^x Service' NOW' Ask about our lo\v 30driy rate CALLCLASSIFIED 532-1971 Workdays— 8(3 m to d 45 p m BANDNEEDED Sunday ihru Wednesday nights Kings X 4115 N. Mesa 5JJ 0676 NERVOUS, drinking too -much, tran quilizers inottectivc, h«rd drugs no so tution. Let us show you how lo get un huna trom ihe^f r-^nqups NARCOPJON, 1615 Arizona, 533 1038 FREE S Gallons Pure Spring Fr(?sh Water Cd!l 772 OJ23 between 9 & 12 A M Wcer.davs 8-lncomeTax Services IF YOU DO INCOME TAX WORK You will Profit by Piacinq a Listing in This column Call and ask aboyt our low 30 day rale. Phone N P C Classified 532-197) Weekdays— 8am (oa i5p m CRANE BOOKKEEPING INC 7703 NORTH LOOP 7783351 Monday thru Friday 8:30'A M to 10:00 P.M. Saturday 8 30 A M to 5:00 PM. Saturday eveninqs and Sunday by appointment. BOOKKEEPING S. INCOME TAX SERVICE DON WILSON 565-7838 MRS. JOHN GOFF CERTIFIED TAX CONSULTANT 273* FEDERAL 5*52332 TAX-PERTS By appointment. 751-7311, located in Northeast Printing Building. 9954 Dyer. Bookkeecinq Services COLONEL BENOEHMKE (RET 5 TAX SERVICE $5 UP 1609 Passero 778 7BE6 7 Day Week ARISTEO Canales at Canales Mobile Home Courts — 7357 and 7361 Alamo da 779-2357 JIM& ILA CARTWRiGHT Graduate Taic Consultants 8203 Aiameda 859956) FABELA Expert Income Ts* Service Ava^aate Day and Evening 7239 Dale R03d. 778 1650. 659-0576 JEAN EVANS TAX SER VICE 5200 Nome 755-41B4 Jl^-'BUNDLES VX OF JOY" To ploce a Birth Announcement coll Miss B«H 537- 1971 b«twttn 8 o.m. and 4:45 p.m. weekdays. You will receive an attractive wrapped touvcnir edition containing your baby's birtti on- nOunc«rnent. VALENZUELA Join 8. Sylvia E. Valeizuela of 131 S -oINngsworfh are proud to announce the birth of their second child JOHN JR. who v/as born on January 23, 1975 a Providence Memorial Hospital veigh.ng 7 !bs., !0 o;., and was 21" ong. At home his sister Sandra Angeli que is dolightlully awaiting her baby's arrival. Welcoming him the Maternal irandparonts Ernesto & Josef tna Ifloreno. Maternal great-grandparents Ernesto & Josefina Moreno, Materna great great grandmother, Mrs. Guada upe Herrera, and his late paternal jrandparents Ernesto and Frances ConcepcionV«)enzuera. Wh * * ^ We have a new firefighter on the department, it's ALAN DOYLE BOOTH JR.. joined on January A. 1975 a t 9 J8 a.m. First stationed at Hotel Dieu of qu ck hitch weighed 7 Ibs. 9o». and is 0 inches long. The very prowd parents ire Alan & Barbara Booth, 8725 Orion The grandparents are Mrs- Jean Booih of Farmington, New Mexico; Mr. A Mrs. James H. Nash and Mr. & Mrs KRISTEN & RICHARD BRENT AZIZ are announcing the birth of their new irother DANE STEVEN, born at Providence Memorial Hospital Tuesday Jan., 21, }975 at 10:10 AM, We ghed 6 Ibs., and was 19" long. The proud parents are Mr. & Mrs. Jim Aziz and Paternal grandparents are Mr. Jacim Aziz,- Maternal grandparents are Mr. & Mrs. D. P. Thompson of Big Spring, Tex. TV *-••* Mr & Mrs. Nicholas Niglio 7705 King man Apt 2 proudly announce the birth of their second child a daughter Jac queline Denise who arrived Jan. 15 & weighed 7 ibs., 11 ounces. Grand larents are Mr. Hugh Pittrnan Mrs Betty Tucker & Master Sargeant & Mrs. Nicola Nialioal! of Ei Paso. Mr. & Mrs Sergio M. Rojas, 10121 Sin- lapore, very proudly wish to announce he birlh of their first daughter, SUSAN, who was born Jan. 2lst, 1975 at Hotel Dieu Hospital, weighing 7 Ibs, 2 02. Susan has 1 older brother; Seri o. Jr. Maternal grandparents; Mr. & Mrs. Leoncio Caideron, and paternal randparents; Mr. & Mrs. Lucio E. tojas. TEXAS SLOWPOKE COWBOY 'inally arrived. Named Anthony >avid Dover, born on January 23, 1975 t Providence Memorial Hospital, at :0i AM. weight 7 tbs. 7 oz. and length D inches. Waiting at home very impa- ienfly if, his Umonth-old bwhtcr, Frank. Proud Barents are Lupe and S . Dover Grandfather is John Wesley Dover of SikesTon. Mo. HERE 1 AM. Mr. and Mrs. George Watkins proudly announce the birth of heir first son, Chad Allen. He was »rn at Southwestern General Hospi at 12 24p m. He weighs 6 Ibs 5 oz and was 19 inches long. The proud grand arents are Mrs. George Walkins of ucson Ariz, and Mr. and Mrs Walter Mr. & Mrs Leone) Rodriguez proudly nnounces the birth of fheir second son MICHAEL BURNS, born Dec 10 1974 :24 p.m. at Providence Memoria Hospital. He weighed 7 Ibs., 7 ounces nd was 20 inches long. Proud Grand arenfs are Mr & Mrs Leonel C Ro riguez and Mrs. Lillie Reichard of lOustort. 1 -Meeting Notices /ALL.ACE Houghston Chapter 1100 Order of Eastern Star will have a spe ial called meeting tor the purpose ol nitiation, Wednesday. Jan. 29. 1975 at :30 p.m. in Wallace Houghslon Ma- onic Lodge. 5502 Hondo Pass. WE Points Lodge No, 1137 AFiAM « 2«0 Morehead. Floor Work VA> 7:30 p.m., Monday. Jan. 27. /TBK visiting Masons welcome 7' EDWARD A. BUTCHER. I,N(. 2-Lost and Found LOST Northeast area, Child's pet. mate mixed terrier, Ian & black, ap irox. 5 months, answers to Shaggy. No ags. Reward. Anxious tor return. tewsrd. Time is running out Must ind Tundra. A lost black & tan large emale dog lo administer medication 84-0267, LOST: White Persian male cat in vicinity of Sunset & Ballerina. No ID. Days call Mrs. Dooley 533-4991, nights 81-3155. Reward offered. LOST — 6 month old Irish setter, female, and 1 1 month old black & white mixed breed dog, lemale. Eastwood area. 591-8289. LOST Bird Dog. One yearold, liver & white, wearing fan collar, no tags REWARD. 778 2432. LOST: Female Sheltie, (miniature cot- el Coronado High School, Answers to Heafher, Reward. 584-9W2. LOST 3 puppies, 2 black w white on chest, other light brown. Memorial Park SottbaM field, reward, 5M-34W. So 12- Lost and Found IV & & S100 REWARD FOR EACH LOST,. ONE MALE ONE FEMALE BASENJI, REDlS BROWN & WHITE. 17" TALL, 17 BODY LENGTH, TIGHT CURL TAIL, WRINKLED FOREHEAD EXTREM.ELY SHORT HAIR NORTHEAST 751 1438 CHIOUITA, lost January ieth from Pierce and Alabama area. Smalt Ter rier type, nine months, female, blac with tan face and legs Tan collar, ha no tags, all shots. Reward. 5*6 J430 565 7180 FOUND Black female Labrador, ap proximately 4 months old. Coronsd Shopping Center area Stitches righ hip. 755-5543 after 4 P M. LOST — Ladies yellow gold wide, wed ding band, while gold top with sma diamonds, in Cielo Vista Mall area o Ranches Buffet, Morningside Mail Regard 591 4903 LOST- In Eastwood area Pet racoon Reward ottered 598 -'.363 13-Personals RAUL HERNANDEZ BUSTAMANTE Memorial Services will be held on Fn day, January j*. 1975 at 7 P.M., [E Paso Times) in the home 0* Mrs Ar turo Chavez. '883 16th De Sepliembre Family and friends are invited to at lend Olticiatmg Rev. Andrew Pas cnall Viclimiied January 23. 1973 Washington, D.C. Hortensia Chavez Hernandez & Family CONFIDENTIAL CARE FOR PREGNANT UNWEOMOTHERS EDNAGLADNEYHOME 330flHimphill Fort Worth, Texas TOLL FREE 1 800-792-1104 NEED FURNITURE or appliances on credit m a lu-rry Call Northeast Furni 'ure. give us an application by phone and have it delivered the same day 8218821. Paying $2 62 for s: US Silver Payings'; 10 tor SlOCIad Halves We guara n?ee highest pay tor a'l silver & gold coins. Oldos! concurrently ad vertisinq buyer of coins in this paper. 751-2735 533-0765 ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Central of hceol El Paso 533 5559 2d Hr. Answering Sen/ice P O Bo» U05 El Pa^o. 75936 FAMILIES OF ALCOHOLICS ALANON-ALATEEN INFO 532-2173 WITNESS TO-ACCIDENT I-1Q East & Dallas exit 7.J5 p.m. Monday. January 20. Ed Page 543-3960, 777-ino, 778 7566 THANK YOU ST. JUDE WILLIE V.MARTINEZ YOUNG male roommate to sharp 2 >drm. mobilehome with same 1033; Grouse No. 24 UPHOLSTERY: Av. Sofa. S55. Chair, $27 50 lor labor. Free estimates, pickup, delivery. Guaranteed. 75S-25&6 PREGNANT? Unwed? Need Help? Call Salvation Army Booth Home. PROFESSIONAL CARPET CLEANING UP TO )!xi5 SB SHAG, S10 772-1383 STAMPS. COINS HUNT'S607N STANTON TUES.TOSAT. 10-5 53J-0526 GUARANTEED RE BUILT Y KIRBYS AMheKirbyCo. Phone 566 1665 'RADE Your Eastside Home £qu ty or our N,E. Country Estatn, Rov 789875.8596592. ROOM and board tor elderly. 82! 4972. STAMPS — 180 piste blocks. Many better items. Booklets. Condition varies. S2CO. 568 1049. REPOSSESSED 1575 model color TV Balance S390. SOS TV & Furniture' 432 Dyer, 755-563) For The Lovers of beauty FRAMES BY GENE 505 Catalpa anv hr 778 0140 4-Transportaltoo SHtPOR DRIVE ACAR AAA CON ALL Cities, USA andOVERSEAS 700 PERSHING 5653170 SHIP OR DRIVE A VEHICLE U.S. Canada ICC certified. Insured Nationwide Auto Trans.. 5^5-2718 N E t D r ide from 3300 Dyer 1o Commu mfy College, day classes, call 565-2220. Instruction 5-Schools; Instruction ^^twDBUSIMEK^ ^^COUEGET^r 221 1) Montana Ai'tntte ^k 533-2629 ~ MODERN prolessiona! horse shoeing chool Extensive course taught every wo weeks by a master farrier. All vpes of shoeing. Gas forges, plenty ot lorses 1o shoe, room furnished. Ap- woved by Texas Education Agency oute l Box 532. Pottsborg, Texas "786-9880 or 214-784 9393. MANNEQUIN MANOR. Fashion mer handising school. Study fashion buy- ng, advertising, management, appar- and interior, decorating. VA PPROVED. Spring semester starts. 12 N. Mesa 533-«3l WELDING-REFRIGERATION APPROVED FOR VETERANSTRAINING EL PASO TRADE SCHOOL. INC 001 Myrtle Phone 541677, EL PASO SCHOOL OF Electronics 4710 ALABAMA YDER trains tractor-trailer drivers Jesident training and home study all locally: (915) 532-390*. Home ofce: Atlanta Ga EW Classes in conversation*! Spann will start this week. Chavci Ac« emy ol Spanish. 1818 E. Rio Grande hone 53J-6331. it no answer 533-3518 SOUTHWEST CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC 4J9E. YANDELL 5653911 ADULT DANCE CLASSES 7726301 BASSETT BALL ROOM SCHOOL CHR 1 S BR ADSHAWS SCHCIOL OFFLORALART40ESIGN 2006N. Piedras 5MS091 Employment 20-Employmen< AgAncles NSURANCE CLERK $395 i lingual Insurance experience in- uding Medicare and Medi. Aid Some ping. BASSETT Employment Service Wilson Employment Service 3E BKKPR. Many fringe jenetits plus bonus. . . siw RONT DESK -Post-NCR MOOup IMLaboper.(East) j/no EGIONAL DIRECTOR, sometravel M50 ^' S , 5 "-5l27 50* N Kansas IOT ' 'i'- 78 " «25 Vulcan OT... 5810431 «S4Doniph;>n DENTAL ASSISTANT ver B50 minimum, i months chair He experience High School grjd x^r"'"* 1 *'™' 1 ''*' BASSETT Employment Service 0 39BAS5ETTCENTEH m.nm TELEPHONE COLLECTIONS 1550 ilingual with credit or collection ex- enence from retail or finance Good °?hSi^ n "i I0r " re " mirde() h '5 h BASSETT Employment Service 0 3» BASSETT CENTER 772-3707 BILINGUAL BOOKKEEPER 50 week Tough knowledge and MM andt«c.±!rSS';Mr ( , i S!! BASSETT Employment Service 0 39BASSETTCENTER 7722707 rdon C — P.qffti Soi'pn . ' 20 Employment Agencies THEBESTJOBSCOMETO Snelling . Shouldn't you? EASTSIDEOFC.OPEN ' TODAY 'TILL 7PM 5959 GATE WAY W. CALL 779-5454 SALES Mech spptitude . OPEN Diesel Parts Ptrson sliooo Production Mgr: ShirK S15K FC Bkkpr: Leads lomgmt . . OPEN > RE FRIG MECHANIC Goode«per. FEE Pd! . ..W50HR- PERSONNELMCR. . Local co. Start SUOOO CONST SALES S1SOWK Exper Beauty Supply Sales S*U PROGRAMMER COBOL 1 yr. «cper. fine . . .51.1500 Food S. Be» Mgr OPEN 2WAV RAOIOTECH Fee Paid Start SICiOO MEMBERSHIP MANAGER Sales mgmt. Marketing, or fund raising exper S10K BIOLOGY MAJOR Acricultural research .$7600 FOOD SALES Wholesale. Expenses $7800 CONSTRUCTION Assist encineer. Fee neg. J16K INTfERVIEWTHISWK Oulside sales SW $90w k expenses • . .base $7900 CUSTOMER SERVICE Shipping & rec. Type & collection Feereimb $7:00 DIESELMECH.Vjfeepd SUK S1LKSCREENER S5 OOHR OUTSIDE COLLECTOR . S6600 PHYSICAL PLANT DIR OPEN STATION MANAGER . S12K ACCOUNTANT: No e«oer . $8400 rlc-dronic installer . . S3 OOHR Mai'ager Trainees GOOD Sneliino Employment Service JOBS Retail Sales AAgr $900 Mo * Here's ycur golden opportunity if you have had n P ,ivy retail sales exp. and enjoy management position. Must be able ID keep records and assume full responsibility Excellent benefits and See 6 . $470 AAo. Put your cood typing and SH skills to use in (his interesting secretarial posi will beaplus 'actor. The Doctor Called $400+ •ie nocds you if you have had some cxp. m assisting the doctor, and enjoy working with people Only 4' j days )ius pension pi an andenc. benefits. Customer Service $433 mo. This well known establishment needs fOu to take pay menls, work with cus- >1orediscounr and lull frinoebene1i:s Key Punch " $450+ This progressive lirm has excellent senefits with Irequent pay raises tor an experienced Key Punch operator. Teller $450 Very piush. pleasant working a'rno- sphere for someone with one year e«- lerienceos d feller, BJ). would be heJp- ul but is nor necessary. A'C General Mechanic S150 wk + cornm Must have exp. in car A-C installation and repair. Also tune up brafce. Gen. mech skills Exceptional benefits APPLY DYNAMIC PERSONNEL SERVICE OF EL PASO 1109 State National Plaza 544-6210 COME DOWNTOWN WE SPECIALIZE IN OFFICE POSITIONS More are just a FEW good openings ABC BANK Bldg.2ndtlr . 53?-1981 SERVICEOFFiCE Usedictaphcne. Ofc exper. Spanish helpful M5G PUBLIC RELATIONS Some college i lite Ofc. exper Will train in large industry S525 GENERAL OFFICE Payroll S, acctsrec 1500 DENTAL ASSISTANT V- ;hr for lunch. v 2 day off. Wed '•: day, I Sat a mo! OPEN FC BOOKKEEPER You won'i find a better starting pay OR company ! Very lite typing S450 OFFICE CASHlgR Use 10 key add The best part, area' d-scounts! . - . . S*33 CREDIT CLERK Accurate typing jiGO SECRETARY NO off ice exper nee. if you type at least 5Q.vpm and SH 80wpm. Start S5?5 GEN. OFC: We have many! S350UP Snelling Employment Service DRILLING ENGINEER 25,200 Engineering degree with J years e»pe . pence and basic understanding of ttw mechanics of fluid flow from' under- round reservoir. Knowledge cf drill ng equipment and procedures utilized n industry. Fee paid, local. BASSETT Employment Service N0.399ASSETTCENTER 7722707 PHARMACEUTICAL SALES $11,500 qual opportunity Employer needs ales rep with minimum 3 years out de successful sales. Degree desir. ble. not mandatory. Car and expenses paid. Fee paid, local BASSETT Employment Service 0. 39BAS5ETTCENTEH 772-3707 Wilson Employment Service DE BKKPR. Friendly offic* Fringe benefits. Eastsidc . . . J350 FRONT DESK. Pest JVdM up OEM. OFFICE. Various UM TRAINEE Chance lo advance S40o AVIS .5145127 .SWN. Kansas PAT.. ,751.7«?« «2S Vulcan DOT ... 5I1.0U4. . .« M Ooniphan LEASING AGENT .ive on premises need sales oriented ndividual over 21 with some clerical kills lo manage nice apartment com lex Some college helpful. Must look rofessional. No small children. Sala- yplusapartment. BASSETT Employment Service 0 39BASSETTCENTEH 772 2707 AMNINGENGINEER $15,400 asic Knowledge unit operation in- olved in large scale surface miriino. eluding drillinj and Wasting, and oal removal methed. Should be sp* S^iSLT 1 " 1 *"--"" 1 * BASSETT Employment Service 0.39BASSETTCENTER 7723707 FUNDRAISER $650+ Management degree or equivalent e« trience. Fund raising hiqrtlv desir- a l r e ,u?nYsr!ei l>St0!Urr0 ""^-«BASSETT Employment Service 0 3»BASSETT CENTER 7723767 FOOD SALESMAN SALARY $600* 'I?, d 9"* ?« l '3'-our«J in food ul«. oinc°a n r.t«nseTpa'; d "-»•*• BASSETT Employ ment Service o 3»BAS5ETTCENTER 77«7/i7 SECRETARY ^? J yl Jf= S< L bv test ' «wthand «0 by esf. High School grad with i year e» wnence. BASSETT Employment Service 4o. 3v BASSETT CENTER 77? 27fl7 t ItimkiU PEISONNEt SEHVICt O> tl PASO Ut E,«cu!i.« C«nW SuiO 200 AMERICAN Business Research Per onnei Consultants. 4150 Rio Bravo Suit* 227. 5«151»

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