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Albuquerque Journal Thursday, November 16, 1995 C 1 5 CilMiiHto3 ElMkWiaHl3 EMMm3 uMilMil3 EtMMl EkSiktfiViS Eh!mm3 EktotMAnS ESS3hJ lASi YOIIR'AD' 1 WANT ADS WORK FOR YOU To buy - Sell - Rent - Trade Any and Everything (Some classifications must be paid in advance) CLASSIFICATION PUBLISH THIS AD DAYS STARTING Approximately 30 letters per line, Please print. i i i i ii i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i I i i i i i i i i i i in i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i 30 I I I I I I I I I I I I 60 iL JL 90 JL lL 11 ii 120 Jl Send to: Classified Department, Albuquerque Publishing Co., Box J-T, Albuquerque, NM 87103 (Advance Payment required on Out of State Orders) 150 NAME ADDRESS RATES Minimum Sunday Charge (three lines) . . . $9.30 Minimum Daily Charge (three lines) $9.15 Sunday Only $3.10 per line per day Combination (Journals Tribune) 1 to 3 days $3.05 per line per day 4 to 29 days $2.75 per line per day 30 days $2.35 per line per day Single paper (except Sunday): 1 to 3 days $180 per line per day 4 to 29 days $2.50 per line per day 30 days $2.25 per line per day ADD 5.81 SALES TAX (Rates Apply to consecutive insertions) PHONE NO.. THREE LINES MINIMUM Minimum Charge SUNDAY DAILY $9.30 $9.15 Per Day You must have a listed telephone number to receive our courtesy billing. RATES QUOTED HERE APPLY TO NEW MEXICO RESIDENTS ONLY IF YOU LIVE OUTSIDE NEW MEXICO - RATES WILL BE FURNISHED UPON REQUEST INFORMATION REGARDING ADVERTISERS NAME, ADDRESS AND PHONE NUMBERS THAT ARE PUBLISHED IN THE ALBUQUERQUE JOURNAL AND TRIBUNE IS CONFIDENTIAL AND WILL NOT BE DISCLOSED TO ANY INDIVIDUAL, CITY, STATE, OR GOVERNMENT AGENCY. 657. Travel Trailers AEROLITE For Small CarPUVan WILDERNESS "Real Quality &" A Trusted Old Name For Less $$$ Krr SPORTSMASTERUeLo Cost BEST VALUE ANYPLACE!" ALOHA RV CourtesyServicerValue 11200 Central 298-8444 Open Sun P.S. SEE OUR USED RV'S FIFTH WHEEL '95 34' Supper Slide, Air. WD, Stereo. Awing. Loaded! $22,900. ABQ West Campground. OK Coors Rd North. 1-800-684-7531 KOUNTRY AIRE-Fulltimers Say: Finest 5th Wheel Built Today LADIES THE LUXURY ALOHA RV-NEWMAR Towables We're Very Competitive We Want Your Business & We II Earn I With Personal Service Year After Year!!! 11200 Central 298-8444 Open Sun P.S. SEE OUR USED RV'S TRAVELTOWN SANTA FE Now open wthe best values in alumi. frame light vehicles, Mobilescout-Electra-Al0, Between Racetrack & Cerrillos exit. 474-5354 468 AIRSTHEAM 1975, 25' Land Yacht. Clean, many extras! $6000. Call 293-3059. 468 AIRSTREAM 77, Excella, air, dual axle, rear bath, fully self-contained, $6,500, call 255-4155 leave message. 468 CONTESSA 1982 32tt-2br, full bath wtub & shower, new carpettile & paneling. New refng & full size electric stove. $3850 obo. 880-9694. 468 JAMATH 16' good condition $1000. Call 275-8286 468 KIT '77 26ft. Good condition, sleeps 6. New water pump, battery, & tires. AC, awning, self-contained. $3300. Call 869-4931. 468 PROWLER '80 23ft. Self-contained, tandem axle, sleeps 6, forced air furnace, AC, rear Queen BR. Travel or park. $4750. 255-3359 468 TERRY Taurus 90' 29ft, too many options to list, one owner, HIS, excel, cond., $9,700 892-6855 Farm ,450. Implements 468 JOHN DEERE 880 Swather self propelled w12 ft. header, in good condition, asking $1 ,800 OBO 865-7933 600. Bicycles 466 BIKE RACK Thule 2 earner bike rack, gutter mount w'al locks. Cateye Cydosimulator Trainer. $200 each. Can 837-0627. 468 MOUNTAM BIKE Schwmn High Plains, 21 spd, 16 frame, great shape, $150. Call 891-0336 its Visa or M.C.. 7 Exp. Date Guns, 620. Ammunition 468 RIFLE Browning A Bot with boss, .280, Simmons Pro Hunter 3-9x40WA scope. Extras. $750. Call 883-7627 468 HONDA 82 CX500 - Excellent running condition, damaged faring, $950 OBO. Re Rancho, 235-4610. 468 RIFLE M-1 Garand, excellent condition, refinished metal parts, highly polished laminated stock. 2 dipscleaning kit. $750. 858-0929 468 HONDA 1982 CB650, super on gas. $500. Call 837-6027 or 892-3465. 468 RIFLE Ruger M77 ay weather, 280 Remington. 3x9x40 pro hunter stainless scope. $600. Call 766-5629 after 7pm. 468 HONDA '93 750VFRP. Pearl white, production series, not yet broken m. Must bell! Below bk, $6500 obo. Can 867-3860. 468 MOUNTAM Bike GT Timbertne. 18 speed. Excellent condition. Cost $600 new, sel kx $250 OBO. Cal 766-9967 468 MOUNTAIN BIKE - Men s Hurricane ndge, 18 spd. good cond, great Christmas gift, only $100 060, cal 856-0785. 468 MOUNTAIN BIKE FRAME. New GT '95 RTS1 Ful suspension, no-leen piggy back rear shock. New $1450 Yours tor $975 obo. 271 -8791 468 MOUNTAM 94 Specialized, S-Works, M2, gray 19 frame only, $450obo. 93 red Specialized. AUez, oomp road 56cm $400obo. 268-7984 468 MTB- 20', Cadex, carbon fiber, low mi, $650 or best offer, cal 255-2652. 468 3-SPEEO, 26 Boy's take; $20. Exercise bike, $15. Both n good condition CaH 898-5591. 468 RIFLE Remington 243 Woods Master, serni automatic, model 742 with Bushnel sportsview woe angle scope Asking $395 237-8833. 468 RIFLES, 30-06, beauttul with scope $400 060. 243. also with scope $350 060. 836-6250 468 RIFLE 223. Mini 14 stainless. 2 stocks, extra dips, hard case, Red Dot Scope $900. Can 897-4078 468 RIFLE: 8MM Mauser Deer Rifle. LM Dickinson Scope Ammo, Airline Carrying Case. $350 254-1439. 468 SHOT GUN 12 gauge. H & K, pistol grip. Light, hard case, N I B. $800. Call 897-4078 Boats, Marine bUO. Equipment 468 ASTROGLASS Bass boat -UWt W200HP Evenrude. Lake ready. Priced to sell at $6800. 281-5962 235-2132. 468 CANOE 16' fiberglass wth Ironing motor, jackets, motor mount & out. Asking $700. Ca 821 -9422 or 229-1121. 468 GENESIS III Porta-bote. 12 1,2ft new, never used Retail $1 100, sacn-fica tor $900. Folds to 4 inches thick tor travel Cal 344-5140 468 JET SKJS '90 Custom Marlboro pant. Seadoo 92, both fully customized, new trailer wtool box, $5300. Both in exc. running cond. 299-7267. 468 MONARK 81 FisrvSki Combo. 90HP, Merc T&T, LCD DF. SS Prop, stereo, ski tnpod, TM. $3995 At Park & Sell 12020 Central SE. 296-1200. 468 POLARIS 1993 Waverunner SL750. Shorelander double trailer, tow hours, cover & Me jacket. $5000 OBO. Can 299-5652. 468 RUNABOUT W15HP Suzuki, $1000. 293-2145. 468 SEA KING 6hp outboard motor $450 or trade tor good 302 Ford engine. 892-8451 618. Fishing 468 SALMON SNAGGING HOOKS (1000 quantity) $10 for 50 hooks. Call 254-1377 please leave message Guns, 620. Ammunition 468 AMMO 223 55gr FMJ. New factory China Sport. 103 boxes. $3.70box. Cash. Price It firm. All or part. Call 293-5633. 468 HANDGUN, SAW Model 629 w4' barrel, extra fitted 6' barrel, like new; $500. S & W Model 66 W2YV barrel, Nke new; $350. 864-6460 468 PISTOL AMT automag , 22 magnum. 6" barrel, only $295, call 865-3227 before noon only 468 PISTOL, Glock model 23. 40 caliber, never fired, large capacity mags $525. uw zei-astig 468 SHOTGUN Browning 20 ga. Serm-automatc, new Magnum barrel, $500. 293-2145. 468 RUGER Btackhawk 357 mag num, stainless steel. 4H Like new in box. plus padded case, $400. Call 856-7460. 627. Hunting COW ELK HUNTS on the Baca Ranch. Guar A guided. Nov 20-26th, $500 800-456-6620 as tor Tammy COW ELK TAGS. UNIT 6. NOV. OR MARCH HUNT. $375 EA. CALL 898-5155. 468 GERMAN SHORTHAIR Pointer Retnever, male. 6 months ok), AKC registered. $300 OBO or trade tor guns, 892-9253 630. Motor Bikes 468 HONDA 1993 TRX 300 Four Wheeler. Like new! Excellent condi tion, luggage rack, good ores. $3450. Can 344-0462 468 HONDA 1980 250 Starter Bike One owner. Excellent condition Must see! $450. Can 897-8336 466 KAWASAKI Tecatt 250. 1 987, 4 wheeler, many extras, $2,800, caH 877-8029. 635. Motorcycles HARLEY 93 Electra Glide Classic, one owner, 10k miles, ful service records. Better than new condition. $15,500. CaH 293-3327 468 HARLEY DAVIDSON 79 Electa Glide S A S cart), dual exhaust, cast wheels, windshield, leather saddle & bags, 42K miles, $7,500 828-2743 HARLEY '95 Dyna Wide Glide. 750 m. extended wan. extra enrome, Harley custom paint. 505-885-3146 or 505-885-4494 alt 5pm, jia.nuu. HARLEY DAVIDSON. '95, custom bull. 90 ci. Amen Savior frame, S&S Velvet Touch, GMA k over 22,000 in receipts, $1 2,000 ofro 892-7805 HARLEY 1978 FLH Kicker electric. Fwd cortrc. Road ready $9,000 281-5962 ' 235-2132. 468 HARLEY, 68 Sportster 883 Deluxe. Evolution engine, spoke wheels, black. $6300 Call 883-6297. 468 HARLEY DAVIDSON 1971 FX 80 cubic men. dual Plug heads, S & S carb, excellent mechanical condition, $6975 OBO. 875-1231 468 PISTOL - Cot Stainless combat, commander series 80. Throated. $500. Days 828-5733, eves A wends 856-5728 468 PISTOL Beretta 9mm, new m box, model 92FS. Browning A bolt deluxe 270 caliber Rifle & scope t500ea 281-6411 or pager 229-3612 468 PISTOL Rugar Super Black-hawk, 44mag. 10Vi' blue 300 mde ammo. PACH crips A leather holster, IH lor $350 cash, Hke new. 888-6970. 468 PtSTOL-44 Desert Eagle, N I B Extra accessorial. $800. Call 897-4078 468 RIFLE Browning 30-06 ml Leopold 3x9 aoope wammo $600, Remington 1187 12 gauge shotgun . $400. Both tor $900 892-6855 468 HONDA '82 GL500 Sirverwing. Fun dress, boht weight touring ma- chine. Good condnon. 22k mi. $1 150 OBO. Must Sen1 Call 865-2260 468 HONDA 1995 CR-125R. Great corvHtnn well maintained, a oood deal at $2500. Lot Alamos (505) 662-9666. ak untini uas Maona. 750CC 1982, very dean, water cooled, shaft 20k miles, $1600 zan-i rr. 468 HONDA 1991 CBR 600, '93 plastic, alarm. 1 1 k mi, beautiful condi tion. $4500. 883-0531 tv meg 468 HONDA 1988 Shadow VLX 600. Loaded, only 4K miles. $2995. 281 6411 or pager 229-3612 468 HONDA 1984 350 XR, very good condition; wth super trapp exhaust system. $800 821-4492. 635. Motorcycles 468 HONDA 1982 XR 200. In excellent condition. Very low miles. $700. Call 255-8133. 468 HONDA 1993 Shadow 600. Teal on black, chrome, garage kept Runs & looks like new. $3300 obo. Abso lutely must sell! Call 821-4050. 468 KAWASAKI - 1994 KX 250- Excellent condition, spark arrestor-extras, $3,700 OBO, 275-9253. 468 KAWASAK1 1994 KX250. Excel, cond. Spark Arrester, extras $3700 OBO. 275-9253 468 KAWASAKI 1988 Nma 600 R. Hed, 28K miles, V & H. $2500. Call Daren at 247-8624. 468 KAWASAKI 1994 ZX7, V&H exhaust, factory et lot, 2 yr warranty, 3900 miles, immaculate condition, $6700. Call Scott at 821-4620. 468 KAWASAKI 1963 LTD 750. Shaft dnve. front & back dec brakes. Good transportation! Must Sell! $900 obo. CaH 281-7541. NEW MEXICO MOTORCYCLE Expanding senice: ATV's, dirt & street bikes. Largest supply of new & used parts in state 877-4003 468 SUZUKI 1988 SP125 Almost new, excellent condition. $990. Call B31-4788 or 296-7580 468 SUZUKI 1989-90 500 Quad- runner, 2 stroke, very fast, rebuilt engine. Comes wWt trailer, back nms Bres. $3500 OBO 892-2992. 468 SUZUK1 1992 GSXR 1100, tow miles, adult driven, Yoshi header, jetted, new Metzlers front & rear, $4800. Call 892-2684 for details. 468 SUZUK1 1993 Katana 600-Good tires, new paint, 58k miles. Red. In excellent condition, like new! $3800 Obo. 229-5151 pgr or 281-6929 468 YAMAHA 1979 SR 500. Very nice wwxtras. $750. Call 255-8133 468 YAMAHA 1982 Maxim 750, original owner, runs great. $1450 r- ana fr- . r- WW. 000-0313. 468 YAMAHA 1989 FZR 600. Mostly 1W4 parts, runs great, must sell awu UBU includes misc. parts. oaii Man anytime 275-8872 468 YAMAHA 1991 YZ 250WR, liquid cooled, spark arrestor, very tast. good condition, $1900 060. 891-3590 468 YAMAHA FZ750. 1986. 16k miles, excellent ennritnn Invent Corbin seat. Needs nothing, $2800 640. Snowmobiles POLARIS Trail Ind. FC, A-1 condi tion. 1986 Polaris 400 WC, A-1 condition. Call 344-7045 468 ARTIC CAT '93, 580 EXT Mountain oat. Like new, tow miles, skins, covers, $3,800, with Trailer $4600. 856-6287 Sports p45. Equipment 468 BODY BY JAKE Body workout station, exc. cond. $120. Stationary axe seu. can 888-4419 468 CARDtOGUDE-New! Assem- bted. $150. Call 828-361 3. 468 EXCERCISER Ltesvtle stair ma chine, $100. Schwin 12 spd tourtng bike. 26, $40; car top earner, $40. All in excellent cond. 291-0944 468 EXERCISER Cardo Glide, brand new. assembled, $150. 897975. 468 EXERCISE BIKE. Tuntun De luxe. Luce new, compact. $300 new, sacrum iau. t,an a4-46Z 468 GOLF BALLS . I ik $5'dz or $30 for 100. Cal 822-8790, alter spm a. weekends 468 GOLF CLUBS, Lynx Parallax 2-SW, Lynx Ue stiff shafts, $250 468 GOLF CLUBS Hogan Apex irons, 2-PW, $175; new Gofsrmth irons, 2-SW, $250; Duntop Woods 1,0,3, .'a, HOW PBg, VXJ PBy-BOOJ Sports 645. Equipment 468 GOLF CLUBS Palmer driver, $60; Staff goffbag 9", $65; McGregor woods, 3,4,5, $90; Gotsmth woods persimmon 3 4 4, $75. 889-9683. 468 GOLF CLUBS - Triumph Irons, 3-PW, steel True temper He stiff shafts; $110. Northwestern 1 Iron; $15. Call 255-3359. 468 GOLF CLUBS, Big Bertha War Bird, 1 ,4,7 graphite shaft, $585; Tiger Shark Irons, 3-SW, $275. Call 345-5755. 468 HOME GYM 6 months new. $275. Skis and bindings. $375. Ski boots. $75. An OBO. Call Scott 243-5598. 468 NORDIC TRACK Walk It, plus all accessories. Paid $650, asking $400. CaH 899-3181. 468 NORDIC TRACK waccessories. Paid $710, set tor $450 OBO. 299-5992. 468 NORDIC TRAC. Excel model wioak wood, excel, cond. Only $350. CaU 888-3299 468 NORDIC TRACK WALKFfT - 1 year old. $475. Cash Only! Cal 821-4322. 468 NORDIC TRAK Treadmill, top of the line, computerized wth hip pads. $500. Call 821-1488 ask for Enc. 468 PING IRONS original wMizuno Graphite woods, excellent condton $500 takes at. 883-0498 468 ROLLERBLADE Microblade, size 6V7, $225 Bike rack, $30. Lang XH7 ski boots sz SVi, $60. Technica ski boots, sz 7, $50. 286-1418. Campers, 655. Trailers 468 CAMPER SHELL Fiberglass, off of short wide bed, full size Chevy pickup, very good condton. $250. Can 899-8016. 468 CAMPER SHELL Full size, $150 060. Call 293-5750. 468 CAMPER SHELL Snugtop Cab High, 3 months old, headliner A lights, fits Mazda, Toyota & Mitsubishi. $500 O60. 266-7881 or 255-3126 468 CAMPER SHELL, Sportsman. Cab height, grey. Fits Toyota Short Bed. Excellent Condition! $650 obo. Call 293-6030 468 CAMPER SHELL Leer Aeroshell, tall backdoor, new Ford blue. Like new $500 OBO 286-8144. Call after 6pm. 468 CAMPER SHELL - For long wide bed, fiberglass wth insert, 2 bubble windows each side, tinted glass, $595, call 896-5665. 468 MITCHELL 1977 Fishing Hut, stove, sink, ce box & heater w camper jacks. $850 OBO. 842-5130 after 5pm. 468 P ALA MONK) 93 Popup camper, new, never been used $4500, new costs over $6000. CaH 988-2764, or 983-5056 468 POP UP CAMPER 1976 West-em Fields. Has no sinkstove, needs fiberglass repair on top $500. Good tor hurting 823-0845643-6618. 468 POP-UP 1 972 pop-up Tent Trailer, in storage for 20yrs. Like new condtion. $900 821-3008 468 ROLLER BLADES, ladies, EX-OTECH K2, sze. 8. wfelbow & knee pads, helmet, A carrying bag. used only once. $175. Alex at 293-6450 468 ROWING MACHME $100 OBO. Exercise bike $125 060. Treadmill $300 OBO. Can 296-3746 468 SKI EQUIPMENT 175 Head wboots, sze 7 & poles $150. Alex 293-6450 468 SKI EQUIPMENT like new 195 Rossinots wpoles $100boots sze 10 $50 195 Rossmols $100. Alex at 293-6450 468 SKIS am RS 200cm Grateful Dead graphics Darkstar. Still m plastic. Will travel. $900 OBO 1-505-757-3053 Colin. 468 SNOWBOARD Kemper Rampage wth ratro bindings. $120 060. Call 828-1262. 468 TfTLEIST Ttanium Howtzer Driver, graphite shaft, club like new, $175. Oversized metal wood driver, graphite shaft. $100 CaH 888-4419. 468 TREADMILL, manual-$75. Mini Rxler-$75, similar to Health Rider. Call 899-9408. 468 TREADMIU-Spalding portable treadmill. Like new. $100. Early Christmas shopping CaH 256-4389 468 TREADMILL True 500, heavy duty health club model, good condition, great Christmas gift, paid $2,400, sell for $600. 237-1620 468 Knee injury forces sale of Nordic Track Down Hills Ski Trainer, top model w'montor. Paid $815, asking $700. Call 345-3022. Swimming 650. PoolsSpas 468 HOT TUB, old Cal Roman style, seats 4. 110 vol Pd $1100, will sell tor $750 B9''-9868. Leave message. Campers, 655. Trailers ANGLER Lt to $ For Vi Ton PU CARBU A ELKHORN By FLEETWOOD The Quality Mtg VALUE PRICED at ALOHA RV 11200 Cw 298-8444 Open Sun Dutchmen tlurts' Lowest BuckS F Glass Tent Tn WFFtEE Awnfietr Atoha RV 11S Central 298-8444 468 CABOVER wth lacks. Real good condition $750 256-7302. 468 CABOVER CAMPER - Oder, but loved. TV, cassette, furnace, oven. Lots of storage. 8'iteet $1300. 266-2469. 468 CAMPER - 8ft. skde n. Stove, heater, wnk. ice box. hydraulic jacks. Nee condton! $750 Can 293-9492. 468 CAMPER TRAILER. Apache 1978 15 set-contained, dean, good condition! $2200 832-6480 468 CAMPER SHELL-Alumnum Mazda topper tor long bed pek up. In good condton $200 CaH 8230645 or 843-6618 468 POP-UP 1994 10ft. Camper - Heater, refng. generator, awning, $6100. Call 265-1120 or 846-3102 Recreational 656. Vehicles CHEVROLET CAMPER VAN 92, 16kmi, high top, kitchen, alec, white blue, new 46k, asking 21 k 256-0561 ENCOUNTER 36, 88. queen. 2tv's awnings, gen, microcom oven, 2 AC, loaded 37K mi. exc cond 898-6426 FLAIR Class A 1990 24Vft-Walk around bed, compressor, low mi, extras! $23,500 obo. 831-2051. JAMBOREE KING OF MINI HOMES PACE ARROW King Of Class A S They HOLD Their VALUE Better ALOHA RV The Friendly Place 11200 Central 298-8444 Open Sun P.S. SEE OUR USED RV S SELLING your RV? We can take trades, warranty your coach and arrange financing. The nation's fastest growing RV Dealership. 293-1983 AMERICAN RV & MARINE ' WINNEBAGO-LeSharo 86 $11,950 AC, generator, 21', 43,000 miles. 17 mpg, good cond. Owner 822-8154 468 COACHMAN 27ft motor home on Ford chassis. 1979 model. 460 engine, 4000W gen, good condton. S58O0 281-5962 235-2132 468 CRUISE AIR 78-23ft Class C. $6950. Great cond. 60K mi. See a U-Park-U-Sell, 12020 Central SE. Call Ted 294-1168 or 259-4556 468 DODGE 1978 21ft Class C-64k Queen size bed, generator, an ameni ties. $6000 ObO. Call 344-3261. 468 DODGE 1976 American Camper Motor home. Clean & in excellent condton. $6500. CaH 864-6715 or 865-7427. 468 FORD 1971 Mobile Traveler 18ft Class C. Sleeps 6. 60k miles. PS. AT AC. all amentias, good rubber. S36UO. can 892-1373. 468 GEORGIE BOY 1983 Cruse Master, 21ft, fuel injected 350 awning, gen, dual air. cruse, rracro- wave, sleeps 5. $7500. 865-6179 468 SUPERIOR Class A 20 1975 too many optons to list, very good cond, ready for travel, $7500 OBO 505-820-7396 RV Services 658. & Equipment 468 AWNINGS-2 carefree. 18 feet each wone brand new canopy. $1450 list, sell $480 for all. CaH 896-1409. 468 HITCH Pull rte htch, zero sway, 20,000 GVW, 2,000 tongue weight. heavy duty. $1400 new. Sacrnice $575. 269-5669. 468 SOFA, RV fold-out. in good shape; $65. Wall mount lold-down table: $45. Microwave, small 110 vot wtumtable'. $75. Call 255-3359. Is It Going To Be A Beach Day! Don't let it rain on your parade. Before you plan that romantic picnic, family barbecue or seashore weekend for two, be sure to turn to our pages for complete coverage of local and national weather conditions. ALBUQL'ERgtE JOURNAL B The Albuquerque Tribune U.S. Atomic Agency Ex-Official, 80, Dies Journal Staff Report Lawrence Preston Gise, who headed the former Atomic Energy Commission's Albuquerque Operations Office in the 1960s, died Sunday at a San Antonio, Texas, hospital. He was 80. Born April 23, 1915, in Laredo, Texas, Gise retired from the AEC post in Albuquerque in 1968 after 33 years of government service. He was raised in Big Wells, Texas, and was the salutatorian of the local high school graduating class of 1932. Three years later, he married Mattie Louise Strait, who had been his class valedictorian. In the midst of the Great Depression they moved to Washington, D.C., where he began his government service as a messenger with the Department of Agriculture. While working his way up to management positions in several federal agencies, he attended night school in Washington, D.C., earning a bachelor's degree in commercial science from Columbus University in 1938 and a master's in the same field from Strayer College in 1940. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1942 to 1946, and was a lieutenant commander aboard the destroyer USS Neunzer during World War II. After the war, he worked briefly for the Veterans Administration, then worked as deputy chief of the estimates and analysis division of the U.S. Navy Department's budget DAILY RECORD office. In 1949, he went to the AEC's finance division, then transferred to AEC's division of military applications, becoming assistant director in 1955. From 1958 to 1961, he was with the Department of Defense's Advanced Research Projects Agency, working on space technology and ballistic missile defense. He came to AEC's Albuquerque Operations Office as deputy manager in 1961, and in 1964 was appointed by Congress to head AEC's seven-state, 26,000-employee operations, including Sandia, Los Alamos and Lawrence Livermore national laboratories. Among awards Gise received were the AEC's outstanding service award in 1956, a federal 30-year service award in 1965, and the U.S. Navy's distinguished service award in 1967 for the Albuquerque Operations Office's contributions to the Polaris missile program. After retiring in 1968, the Gises moved to Mrs. Gise's family ranch in South Texas. Mrs. Gise died in 1977. Last year, he married Nona Louise Martin Pickett of Cotulla, Texas, who survives. He was recently preceded in death by his son, Lawrence P. Gise Jr., and is survived by his daughter, Jackie Bezos of New Jersey; stepchildren Maureen Bell and C.W. Pickett, and five grandchildren. 468 WILDERNESS FLEETWOOD, 1985, 16Vi 5th wheel, sleeps 5, $3,600. 296-2592. 468 WINNEBAGO 1972 Class A Brave 22'. Re butt eng. completely remodeled interior, at new ippt, $5000. Must see! 875-1671. 468 Chevy 1976 Radikamp. 31,000 ong miles, 20 ft set-contained, sleeps 6, priced to sell, $6000 obo 292-2377 HOLIDAY WORLD R V. Your Dealer of Croc Sales, Parts, Service. Consignments Purchases Price. Shop A Compare 9999 Central NE 299-6838 i" DIVORCES Baumgart, Ervin R. and Monica L. Bell, Annie and Patrick. Gearhart, Dora Ann and Randall K. Griego, Carol and Albert A. Velarde, Charles C. and Patricia. DISTRICT COURT Barca, Victor and Susan et al. vs. Choice Hotels International Inc., Desert Properties Inc. et al., damages. Flgueredo, Juan Carlos and Alfredo Pascual vs. Michael Hamernik, property damage and personal injury. Gladfelter, Troy vs. Sherrie Determan, personal injury. Gomez, Dennis vs. Chava Trucking Co., personal injury and property damages. Gonzales, Steven vs. Marc McKinney, damages in personal injury. Green Tree Financial Servicing Corp. vs. Christina L. Roberts, Leo R. Trujillo and Rose Ann Trujillo, enforcement of contract. Hamilton, James vs. Rehoboth McKin- ley Christian Hospital, breach of express and implied contract of employment. Kowell, David vs. Jack Shields dba Budget Center I Inc. et al., accounting of partnership. Mays, Jean S. and Abraham W. Mays Jr. vs. Peter D. Stern M.D., recover damages for personal injuries and loss of consortium arising from medical malpractice. McCallister Realty and Development Inc. vs. Barrett Construction Co. Inc. dba Whitney Homes, breach of contract. McComas Sales Co. Inc. vs. Rio Bravo Brew Pub Inc., replevin, debt and money due. Norwood Products Co. Inc. vs. Eight Ball Supply Inc., debt and money due. Southwest Community Health Services Inc. dba Presbyterian Hospital vs. Dean Egger, collection. Tierra Decking Co. Inc. vs. William J. Radler and Pamela J. Radler, foreclosure of lien and debt. White, Antoinette and Russell White vs. Toby Bostwick and Bostwick Farms Inc., personal injury. DEATHSFUNERALS romPAGEC16 instrumental in the wiring of the Trinity Site at Alamogordo, and many of the buildings and military bases in New Mexico. He was a 64-year lifetime member of the Masonic Temple Lodge 6, and Director Emeritus of the Ballut Abyad Temple. He was preceded in death by his beloved wife Jewell in 1991. Mr. Shepherd is survived by his son, James W. Shepherd and his wife, Barbara of Albuquerque; and three grandsons, Duane, Gregory and Robert and Ms wife. Shelly, all of Phoenix, AZ. He is also survived by nieces, Nadyne Gardner of Truth or Consequences, Eve Evans of Ocean-side, CA, and Pattye Dahl of Albuquerque; and nephew, Wilmer Easley of Oxnard, CA. A Visitation will be held from 3:00 to 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, November IS, 1995 at Strong-Thome Mortuary. The Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, November 16, 1995 in the Palm Chapel of Strong-Thome Mortuary, 1100 Coal SE, with Dr. William Hutchinson of Central United Methodist Church officiating. Interment will follow at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery, with Ken Roberts, Ed Geiger, Burton Hill, Duane Shepherd, Gregory Shepherd and Robert Shepherd serving as pallbearers. Honorary pallbearers will be the members of the Director's Staff of the Ballut Abyad Shrine Temple. Donations in memory of Mr. Shepherd may be made to the Shrine Crippled Children's Transportation Fund, 6600 Zum SE, Albuquerque, NM 87108. The family wishes to express their appreciation to Paul Duncan, M.D. and staff, and the staff of the Presbyterian Hospice Program for their many kindnesses and guidance. Arrangements entrusted to Strong-Thome Mortu- ary, 1100 Coal SE. STANTON William A. (Bill) Stanton, age 88, and a resident of Albuquerque, formerly of Santa Fe until 1989, died Wednesday, November IS, 1995 in Albuquerque. He was born in Trinidad, Colorado on February IS, 1907. He was preceded in death by his wife Cora in 1991. Mr. Stanton is survived by his daughter, Jeanette Peterson of Albuquerque; granddaughter, Jill Peterson of Albuquerque; grandson, Randy Peterson and wife, Christi of lraan, TX; and greatgrandchildren, Ross and Raleigh. Bill was a general contractor around the State of New Mexico and in Santa Fe for many years. He was the builder of many residences, the Coca Cola Plant, and La Fonda's Cantinita, as well as a Frank Lloyd Wright house in New Mexico. Mr. Stanton was a member of First Presbyterian Church in Santa Fe. He was a 32nd Degree Mason for over SO years and a member of the Montezuma Lodge in Santa Fe. Mr. Stanton was president of the Downtown Kiwanis dub in Santa Fe in 1959 and Lieutenant Governor of the Southwest District in 1961. He was also a member of the Scottish Rite Temple and the Ballut Abyad Shrine Temple. Bill had a special love for the outdoors. He was an avid hunter and fly fisherman. Bill will be fondly remembered as a loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather. Graveside Masonic Fraternal Rites will be conducted 10:00 a.m. Monday at the Santa Fe National Cemetery. A Memorial service will be held 11:00 a.m. Monday at the First Presbyterian Church, with Rev. Sheila Gustafson officiating. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Boys and Girls Ranch, NM 87002. Fitzgerald and Son Funeral Directors, 3113 Cat lisle NE are in charge of arrangements. STEWART Charles E. Stewart, age 63, passed away Monday, November 13, 1995. He was a resident of New Mexico for 37 years after coming from Indiana. He was a member of St. Johns United Methodist Church. He is preceded in death by his son, Michael Stewart; his mother and father, Gertrude and Harry Stewart; and his brother, Harry Stewart. Charles is survived by his wife, Geo Stewart; one son, Charles Stewart, Jr.; one daughter, Glenna and husband, Rick Jaramilb; daughter-in-law, Connie Stewart; three grandchildren, Tessa Marie Jaramillo, Kylee Krystal Jaramillo, and Kristin Marie Stewart; three brothers, George Stewart, Carl Stewart, and Hilton (Bud) Stewart, and three sisters, Patricia V and husband, Earl Adams, Mary Anne Graham, and Carol Cope. Visitations will be held Thursday, November 16 from 1:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at Crestview Funeral Home. Funeral services will be Friday, November 17 at 11:00 a.m. in the Crest-view Funeral Home Chapel with Rev. E. Leonard Gillingham officiating. Pallbearers will be Charles Stewart, Jr., Rick Jaramillo, Harold Reynolds, Brian Reynolds, Jon Miller, and Greg Reynolds. Interment will follow at Sandia Memory Gardens Cemetery. In lieu of flowers the family requested that donations be made to the American Heart Association, 1330 San Pedro Dr. NE, 87110, and the American Lung Association, 216 Truman NE, 87108. Arrangements entrusted to Crestview Fu- neral, Inc., 7601 Wyoming Blvd., NE. TRUJDJLO-John Eric "Jet" Trujillo, 30, a resident of Albuquerque passed away on November 13, 1995. John is the beloved husband of four years to Donna Trujillo. He is also survived by his beloved parents, Mrs. Peggy Garcia and husband, George and Mr. Vincent Trujillo; two sisters, Carleen Steele and husband, Brad and Katan Whorton and husband, Tom; two brothers, Don Schade and Robert Trujillo; his grandmother, Josie Trujillo; a sister-in-law, Julie Lucero; brother-in-law, Robert Lucero; his mother-in-law, Mela Gurule; two nieces; five nephews; and many cousins and friends. John was a member of the Catholic church. A Rosary will be recited Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m. at St. Frances Xavier Catholic Church, 817 Arno SE, with Deacon Andy Chavez reciting. Visitation will be at the church after 5:30 p.m. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated Friday morning at 10:00 a.m., with Final Visitation at the church after 9:30 a.m. Interment will follow at Mt. Calvary Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Jaime Monge, Bobby Rey Coffelte, Tommy Coffelte, Michael Trujillo, Gerald Aragon, Robert Perea and Richard Perea. Gabal-don Mortuary, 1000 Old Coors Blvd. SW in charge of the arrangements. WILCOX Sharon Ann "Granny" Wilcox, 51, a resident of Albuquerque since 1977, died Tuesday, November 14, 1995. She is survived by her daughters, Debra Lynn Winkeljohn and husband, Michael and Loma J. Rel and husband, Stephen, all of Albuquerque; grandchildren, Preston S. Rel and Michelle A. Winkeljohn, both of Albuquerque; mother, Ruby A. Peter of Albuquerque; sister, Trudy A. Johnson of Milford, Ml; brother, Ray Edwin Peter of Albuquerque; former husband, Cecil Wilcox of Albuquerque; nephews, Ray Elsworth Peter H of Us Vegas, NV, and Todd Johnson of Milford, MI; niece, Tammy A. Peter of Albuquerque ; and her beloved pets. Chubs, Mattie, and Kambe. Memorial services will be held Friday, 9:00 a.m. at French Mortuary, University Blvd. Chapel, 1111 University NE. Cremation has taken place and private ennkhement will take place at a later time. The family requests Memorial contribuoons be made in Mrs. Wilcox's memory to the Animal Humane Association, 615 Virginia SE, 87106. French Mortuary, 1111 Uni-versity Blvd. NE. YOUNG-Jay Mark Young, 32, formerly of Edmood, OK, died Nov. 13, 1995, in Titusville, Florida as the result of a construction accident. Born October 2, 1963 in El Reno, OK Jay worked the past 14 years for Temple Design and Construction, most recently as a project superintendent constructing the Space Camp Dormitory at NASA's Astronaut Hall of Fame at Kennedy Space Center. Jay is survived by his wife, Lynn; and their three children, Austin Jay Young, Miles Alexander Young, and Isabelle Grace Young; parents, Charles and Arione Young of Edmood, OK; grandmother, Meda Young of Edmood, OK; sisters, Kern Young; and many loving family members. Jay was a dedicated husband and father and will be greatly missed by many devoted and loyal friends. Jay's life was a special gift to the lives he touched in his 32 years. Funeral services will be Friday, November 17, 1995 at 10:00 a m at the First United Methodist Church of Edmood, OK Demuth Funeral Home. 405-M3-5S21, 1145 W. Britton Rd., Okla. City, Okta. 73114. 7.

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