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: For the best buys m town read the Star-Citizen want ads s Service Complaints lAt Douglas To Be Aired ^-Complaints by Douglas residents on-the lack of proper bus service are to be reviewed by the Arizona Corporation Commission at a meeting March 26. ! The hearing is set for 10 a.m. pit the Douglas City Hall. |" C i t y councilmen recently asked the commission, according to an ACC representative, to investigate the situation to see whether Douglas could be provided better service. The ACC spokesman said Douglas currently has limited bus service to points west and nothing to the east. Barry Urges ·Bombing Red Viet Dikes ] NEWPORT BEACH, Calif. (UP!) -- Barry Goldwater, Republican presidential candidate in 1964, urges bombing of the dikes which protect North Vietnamese rice paddies from flooding. ; The former Arizona senator said this would deprive the Viet Cong of their food supply, saying, "If they're deprived of food, people just don't warft to fight." .-Goldwater told his audience of southern California aviation pioneers Saturday night the United States should drop leaflets in the Red River Valley to warn peasants to take high ground before the bombing. "He said the country also should supply wheat and technical aid to North Vietnam once "Ho Chi Minh puts an end to the war." : Goldwater drew a standing ovation from his audience when he said, "As far as I'm concerned, one American l i f e is worth far more than all the rice paddies in North Vietnam." Males Lose In Fights With Wives -'Two family arguments, one of which ended in a stabbing and the other a shooting, left two men in hospitals here and their wives in jail on suspicion of aggravated assault. ; The first, early Saturday, sent Horace V. Hernandez, 26, of 418 E. Vaquero St., to Tucson Gen- eiial Hospital with four stab founds in his back. He was listed in satisfactory condition. ;His wife, Irene, 26, was taken into custody by police and later booked in Pima County Jail. ·'Houston C. Turner, 34, of 341 S; llth Ave., was listed in satisfactory condition at St. Joseph's Hospital after being shot in the right elbow yesterday with a .22 pistol. Police said the shooting occurred during an argument between Turner and his wife, Alice Ann, 27, about 1:30 p.m. in front of Donnie's Drive-In. 1801 S.' Park Ave. ' After the shooting, witnesses told police Turner's wife drove the wounded man to Pima County Hospital for treatment. He was later transferred to St. Joseph's. The woman was booked in the county jail. Fires Damage Motel, Trailer ·'Fires in a motel kitchen and a trailer caused an estimated $400 loss yesterday. 'The first call was at 9:24 a.m., sending firemen to the Executive Inn, 333 W. Drachman St., where they found the fire confined to a partition in the kitchen. Firemen from Station 1 said the blaze caused an estimated $100 damage to the building. An estimated $300 loss resulted when fire broke out in the kitchen area of a house trailer occupied by Mrs. Ave Suderberg, 3050 N. Flowing Wells Road, a few minutes before noon. Hayden, Fannin Vote In Accord WASHINGTON (AP) -- For one of the few times since they have been together in the Senate, Sens. Carl Hayden, a Democrat, and Paul Fannin, a Republican, have agreed on a measure. They both voted against a proposal shutting off debate on a substitute civil rights measure. The final vote was 59 in favor of ending debate, to 35 opposed. 30 Apply For TCEO Post Here Thirty applications for the position of executive director for the Tucson Committee for Economic Opportunity (TCEO) have been filed with the Tucson office of the Arizona Employment Commission. A spokesman for the TCEO said additional applications are expected to be sent to Tucson this week from the Phoenix office of the state employment agency. The new position will be open April 1. and the TCEO's employment and personnel committee will meet in executive session tonight to begin screening the applications. The new executive director will succeed Norman Todd, whose contract was not renewed by the TCEO's executive board. Yunia Hunter, 16 Shot To Death GLOBE (AP) -- A coroner's inquest was to be held today into the shooting of Victor Gardner, 16, of Yuma, accidentally shot to death during a javelina hunting trip. Gila County Sheriff's officers said Gardner was struck in the chest when the gun of Ronald Fike, also of Yuma, accidentally discharged while they were hunting Saturday 30 miles south of Globe. The victim was dead at the scene, while the Fike youth was treated for shock at Gila General Hospital and released. Observatory Sets Talk On Space Dr. Robert E. Williams, assistant professor of astronomy at the University of Arizona, will speak at 7:30 p.m. today during the Steward Observatory public night program. Williams will discuss "Gas Clouds in Space" in room 102 of t h e observatory. Telescopic views of celestial objects will be offered following the talk. The program is open to the public. Postal Programs To Be Discussed Tucson's airlift postal pro gram and the proposed post office building will be discussed at a meeting of the Tucson Mail Users' Council on Thursday. The luncheon meeting will be at 12:15 p.m. in the Westerner Hotel. Serving as master of ceremonies will be Larry A. Brown, comptroller for the Pima Savings Loan Association. Also on the agenda is a dis cussion on the new postal rates. Nixon Reported Within 46 Votes Of Nomination NEW YORK (UPD--With GOv. George Romney of Michigan out of the race for the Republican presidential nomina- ti6n, frontrunning Richard M. Nixon is within 46 delegate votes of winning, Newsweek Magazine said today. · The magazine said a poll of prospective' delegates to the Republican National Convention taken after Romney's withdrawal last week indicated Nixon now has 621 of, the 667 votes r,eeded for the nomination. This is a gain of 60 votes since a Newsweek count nine weeks ago. The magazine said that Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York made a larger gain --66 votes --than Nixon but still trailed Nixon by a wide margin. The poll gave Rockefeller the votes of 434 prospective delegates, 187 less than Nixon. Gov. Ronald Reagan of California lost three votes for a total of 198. CLASSIFIED INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS Announcemonts 5 Airto Transportation 10 Card ot ThanKs 5 Florist .. j Funeral Announcements J Funeral Directors ,,.. 4 In Memorlam 3 Lost Found . ...,,,.. 7 Memorla! Markers 4 Personals s Travel Opportunities I) DIRECTORY Business Service n BUSINESS-SERVICE SCHOOLING Business Training 13 Employment Prep 14 Schools. Instruction 15 EMPLOYMENT ' Child Care . . . . . 25 Domestic Help Wanted 11 Employment Agencies U Help Wanted 19 Help Wanted Male 17 Help Wanted 18 Sales Position 19 Help Wanted. Female 20 Service for Exchange 24 Situations Wanted 23 Situations Wanted, Mala . . . . 2? Situations Wanted. Female . 24 TRANSPORTATION Airplanes tor Sale «s Autos-lmports 30 Auto Parts, Accessories 34 Auto Rentals . 32 Aulo Repairs, Painting 33 Autos {or Sale 79 Agios Wanted 28 Boats for sale 47 Campers 42 Motorcycles. Bikes, Scooters 4 Sporting Goods . . 50 Tires . . . . 35 Truck Equipment Repairs 4\ Trucks for Rent 40 Trucks for Sale ; 39 Trucks Wanled 38 Utility Trailers 44 EQUIPMENT Hand Trucks 54 Heavy Equipment for Sale ... 51 Machinery For Rent 53 Machinery For Sale 52 MISCELLANEOUS MERCHANDISE Air Conditioning 82 Antiques 84 Baby Furniture as Birds, Tropical Fish, Etc 74 Books for Sale 68 Building Materials , 58 Clothing for Sale 67 Do it Yourself 54 Dogs, Cats, Pets 73 Farm, Ranch Equipment 76 Foods, Meats, Fishes » HiFI stereo, Recorders 93 Household Goods B3 Jewelry 60 Let's Swap 69 Livestock 75 Miscellaneous For Sale 66 Musical Instruments 90 Music Service Repairs 92 Office, Business Equipment... 98 Outdoor Furnishings 86 Pawn Shop 62 Photographic Equipment 64 Pianos, Oraans 91 Poultry, ES9S, Produce, Etc. ..78 Stamps Coin 61 TV's, Radios, Phonos 94 TV Service Repairs 95 Wanted to Buy 65 RENTALS 'Apts. Furnished, Rent 115 Apts. Unfurnished, Rent 1M Apartments for Sale 125 Co-ops Condominiums Business Rentals 144 Hotels, Guests, Houses 10? Housekeeping Rooms 107 Houses Furnished, Rent 12* Houses, Unfurnished, Rent ....136 Industrial Rentals 143 Miscellaneous Rentals 146 Motels 108 Out of Town Rentals 143 Resorts Ill Rest Homes no Room Board 104 Room Without Board 106 Trailers for Rent ........113 Trailer Courts 112 Vacation Rentals 142 Wanted to Rent 103 BUSINESS-FINANCE Business Opportunities 150 Business Opp. Wanted 149 Loans, Real Estate ..........154 Money to Invest 153 Money Loans 152 Money Wanted 151 Mortgages J, Contracts 155 Property Management 154 MOBILE LIVING Trailers Wanted 159 Moble Homes, Trailers 159 Trailer Hauling IAO REAL ESTATE Acreage i?x Appraisals 174 Business Frontage 175 Business Property 149 Farms and Ranches 173 Houses for Sale U7 Houses for Sale Furnished 194 Income Property .-.; 164 Industrial Property 170 Investment Property .147 Lots For Sale 172 Open Houses lor Sale 180 Out of Town Property 171 Real Estate Exchange 164 Reof Estate Marketing T7» Real Estate Wanted 143 Suburban Property 163 RATES AND HOURS Minimum ed 10 words. Minimum Cash Ad Cost 92c. Mfn- Imum Charoe Ad cost $1.03.' Rate 09c per word per day on 1 to 3 consecutive Insertions, 08c per word per day on 4 to t dar consecutive Insertions. 07c per word per day on 7 or mart consecutive Insertions. 10% extn charge for additional aeate caps ordered. All ads subtect la City and Slate sales tax. Charts* of copy cost 50c. Box number service cost 7Sc. Hours -- Monday throuah Friday S to 5 P.M. for new ad Insertions In following day's paper and s to 4 P.M. (or change of copy corrections, for cancellation Saturday « to 2 P.M. for ntv/ ad Insertions 8 to 2 P.M. for change of eoey, corrections, or cancellations. Phones open Sunday 10 A.M. io 2 P.M. for corrections and cancellations only. PLEASE PHONE 622-5855 BAILEY, Bertha E., 67, of 1615 N. Columbus Blvd., passed away March 3rd, A Tucson resident for 5 years from Minneapolis, Minn. Survived by husband, Alonzo; son, Jerome Baiiey, of Albuquerque, N. Mex.; daughter, Mrs. Beryl Bloomquist, of Tucson; 10 grandchildren; one great grandchild; brothers, William Martin, of Tucson, Don Martin, of Minnesota, and Osborne Crandall, of Washington: sisters, Mrs. Perl Mabie. of Tucson, and Mrs. C. A. Boisvert, of Minnesota. Private services Tuesday, 10 a.m., Arizona Mortuary Eastside Chapel, 4601 E. First St. Interment will be private. CHITTIM, Jeanne, 62, 1130 S. Jefferson, passed away February 29th. Survived by brothers, Bill Inmon, of Springfield, Mo. and Lewis Inmon, of Evansville, Ind.; :isters, Mrs. Mary Melton, of Tucson, Miss Helen Inmon, of Tucson. Services Monday, 2 p.m., Dier's Valley Funeral Home, 2545 N. Tucson Blvd., with the Rev. Bill Bowler officiating. Burial in Tucson Memorial Park, East Lawn. C O L L I N S , J o s e p h T . (Uncle Joe), 87. of 2101 Miracle Mile, died March 2. Survived by niece, Mrs. Clifton Morley of Tucson. Services and interment in San Diego, alifornia. Local arrangements by Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third. FARBSTEIN, Sydney, 57, 7033 Elbow Bay Drive, entered into rest March 2. Husband of Margaret Farbstein; brother of Edith Brounstein, New Jersey. Funeral services and burial will be in Jersey City, N.J. Local ar- r a n g e m e n t s by firing's Broadway Chapel, 6910 E. Broadway. FONTES, Rosa Lopez, 39, 3432 E. Lind Road, died Vtarch 3. Survived by hus- aand, Mario. Services will be held in Nogales, Ariz. Local arrangements by Hmdgel's Swan Funeral Home. Funeral Announcements MANN, Ralph A., 76, 5201 E. 2nd St., Apt. G-25, passed away March 2nd. A Tucson resident since December; formerly of Nogales, Ariz. Retired manufacturer, Weston Hydraulics. Survived by wife, Grace; brothers, Harper, of Oregon, and Cecil, of Illinois; sister, Mrs. Fern Diskey, Sparta, 111. Services will be held Tuesday, 11 a . m . , Arizona Mortuary i Eastside Chape], 4601 E. First St. Interment, Tucson Memorial Park, East Lawn. Friends may call at the Mortuary, Monday afternoon and evening. PARKS, Thomas G., Jr., 21 430 N. Main, passed away February 29. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Esther Parks; father, Thomas G. Parks; grandfather, seven aunts; and five u n c l e s ; a l s o his fiancee, Miss S u s a n E. Marshall. Funeral services will be Tuesday, 2 p.m., at the Arizona Mortuary Chapel, Stone and Third, Rev. Lloyd Pugh of Pima Baptist Church, officiating. GEORGE, Elizabeth D., 85, of 908 E. Silverlake Rd. passed away March 1. Survived by daughter, Willie Thompson, of Tucson; Services will be conducted 2 p.m. March 5, at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, N. 6th and E. Lester, Reverend J.W. Salley, scripture and prayer and Reverend N. P. Wilson, eulogist. Interment following in Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday, after 3 p.m. arrangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. HANSEN, Charles W., 82. of 2842 E. Malvern, passed away March 3rd. Survived by wife, Alta; sisters, Mrs. W. B. Paul, and Mrs. Esther Breitung, both of Denver. Colorado, Services will be conducted Tuesday, 2 p.m. in the Adair Chapel. Rev. Roger Sfcressman of the Catalina Methodist Church will officiate. Arrangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. HILL, Charles P., 61, 1114 S Park, died February 29th Survived by wife, Rose; sis ter, Mrs. Laura Pinson, of Detroit, Mich. Funeral services Wednesday, 2 p.m.. from the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church with the Rev. H. J Johnson officiating. Burial will be in Tucson Memorial Park, South Lawn. Friends may call at Palms Mortuary Chapel, 5225 E. Speedway Monday evening and Tues day afternoon and evening. HOLSTER, Tunis J., 73, of 1903 S. Amalia, passed away March 1. Survived by wife Emily S., of Tucson; grand' sons, Dennis E. Clayton, of Tucson, Donald J. Clayton, of Dallas, Texas. Services will be conducted by Major Edwin Henderson, of the Salvation Army, Tuesday, March 5, at 10 a.m., from Adair Fu neral Home Chapel. Interment following in Tucson Memorial Park, South Lawn. Friends may call Sunday evening from 7 p.m. Arrangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. LEHMAN, Kathleen M,, 58, 6002 S. Fontana Ave., died February 29. Survived by her husband, Donald; sisters, Miss Ann M. Brooks, Boston; Mass, and Mrs. C. J. Chisholm, Needham, Mass. Rosary will be recited Monday, 7 p.m., in the Palms Mortuary Chapel, 5225 E. Speedway. Mass will be celebrated 9 a.m., Tuesday, S t . M o n i c a ' s Catholic Church. Burial will be in T u c s o n Memorial Park, South Lawn. Friends may call at Palms Mortuary, 7 to 9 p.m., Monday. In lieu of flowers, family requests donations to the St. Mary's Hospital Building Fund. LINMAN, John H., 68, 3508 S. 8th Ave., passed away March 3rd. Survived by sisters, Mrs. Arthur W. Allary, of Oscoda, Mich., Mrs. Clarence E. Johnson, of Yountville, Calif., and Mrs. Charles B. Spiteri, of Tucson. Services and burial will take place in Butte, Mont. L o c a l arrangements by Deir's Valley Funeral Home. ANNOUNCEMENTS Lost and Found LOST: Black miniature poodla, female, wearing red collar, vicinity Broadway - plumer, reward, «j. 6483 LOST: In vicinity of Campbell-Skyline Rose breasted cockatoo. If seen. Please call immediately 299-656B Reward, Business--Services CEMENT WORK CEMENT work, blocx, brick, patic walls, stucco, plastering. 633.381? CEMENT fin patios driveways curb"* sidewalks Srriall lobs. 794-°as? curb ' CLOTHESLINES T-POLES $7 pair JIA Installed less _ wire 622-2538 333} E Glenn CONTRACTORS LOST: Large light brown ladles Purse, on lasf No. J Plma bjs, Friday, March 1. Please return with all conlents. Reward. No questions, 1515 E. 8lh apt. 3. 623-7497. LOST: Southern Pacific car pass. Roy C. Seamands. 622-7513. 823 S. 2nd Ave. MASSAGE SWEDISH MASSAGE-S I EAM HATH 887-0353, 1333 W Allegheny ASTROLOGICAL ADVICE. Let me help solve your problems. Dorothy, Appointment 795-0200 MASSAGE 40pi Oracle Rd. 887-4013. 10 -- 10. GET READ 325-7179 DRESSMAKING for easier _!?!MSl^."' h TM" SARABEfLY" ' dreSes'/'drSir . alterations 325-1895 Business Training LEARN ELECTRICAL REPAIRS SHORTHAND IN 6 WEEKS! /20 WWflS PCS MINUTED THE ABC SHORTHAND. No symbols, no machines DAY 8. NIGHT CLASSES Call write or visit DURHAM COLLEGE 13 S. STONE 792-1411 x fe pU U o P ,T!iif V ELECTRICAL WIRING MASSEUSE 8, MASSEUR - Experts Sauna Included. 24 hour Service House. SPECIALISTS in renovating, rewiring and modernizing all types of wiring systems Licensed since 1935 HENRV ELECTRIC CO MA 7-7659 VISIT OLD TUCSON FAMOUS MOVIE LOCATION OPEN DAILY SV-'N UP TO SUN DOWN WIRING Residential and Commercial Service. KcrmH Oestreich 357-4281 ...Masseuse Relax with massage. MA 2-4380 648 E. Speedway GLADYS MEACHAM Psychic 'Bad- ings 3924 E. Falrmount 325-8458 TIRED of BEING a SPECTATOR? WA itf \9 BE A PARTICIPANT? THEN DANCE WITH US!! Town 8, Country Dance club 795-1730 CARRYING garbage cans out to the street? NEVER. II you subscribe to our service For nominal fee we'll collect your garbage on Regular Route Basis Start Nowl Phone 623-6396 MRS LEWIS Scientific Psychic Reading One visit will help solve /our most difficult problem. Appointment onlv 298-1645. SW ED IS H M ASS AG^TTrEASTBATiT REDUCING WHIRLPOOL CAL1 FOR APPOINTMENT 837-3151 SAVE Bis! Do your own rug and upholstery cleanina with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer SI Jacome's. IT's Inexpensive to clean rugs ar- upholstery with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer SI. Gallant-Car, roll, 324-4371 MASSAGE STEAM. Sauna. Whirlpop 4910 N. Plane 887-0576. [_. Ortkiese. PATE, Toney E., 65, 315 E. Adams, passed away March 2. Survived by wife, Maggie B.; sons, Alfred J., Sacramento, Calif., Toney, of Cupertino, Calif., Billy Gene, San Jose, Calif., Charlie Wayne, Tucson, Everett H., Sacramento, Calif.; daughters, Permelia J. Bowassa, San Jose, Calif., Mary Herdt, San Diego; 28 grand- c h i l d r e n , 4 great-grandchildren. Services and burial will be in Mt. View, Calif. Local arrangements by Deir's Valley Funeral Home. TATE, William M., 94, of 2613 W. Violet, passed away March 2. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Mary E. Lewis, Mrs. Agnes Bidwel], both of Tucson, and Mrs. Ethel Tipton, of Morenci, Ariz.; sister, Mrs. Lilla Davis of Raff, Oklahoma; brothers, John and Thomas, both of Hedley, Texas; six grandchildren; sixteen great-grandchildren. Services and burial will be Alma, New Mexico. Local arrangements by Palms Mortuary, 5225 E. Speedway. VALENCIA, Dolores, 79, 337 E. 33rd, passed away February 2. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Amelia Bernal, Mrs. Armida Carrillo, Mrs. Lily Orona; sons Manuel, Armando, Frank; daughter-in- law, Mrs. Maria Valencia; 18 grandchildren, 25 great- grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Monday, 8 p.m., T u c s o n Mortuary North Chapel. Mass will be offered Tuesday, 9 a.m., at Santa Cruz Church. Interment to follow at Holy Hope Cemetery. VOGEL, Lena, 81, of 650 N. Kent Dr., died March 2nd. Survived by son, Irving Vogel, of Tucson. Services anc interment in Brooklyn, N. Y Arrangements by Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. MEN! WE WANT TO HELP YOU "STOP DRINKING!" SOBRIETY CENTER 622-9038 - help ib Cain, he church ora , ntatlon 1ha , de ° veess "uiwns ^ a ^ can EA 5-731? I will not be responsible for debts contracted by anyone other than my- Anthony D. Guminsky BLOOD DONORS NEEDED DONORS PAID FOR SERVICE COMMUNITY BLOOD SERVICE 2305 E. BROADWAY 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Tues fhru Sat's. PHONS 622-6771 All types wiring, day or nite Gilberl Electric Co, 596-8729 FIREWOOD FURNITURE REFINISHING REPAIR 8. RefinTsn all furniture DON'S Furniture Hospital 298-1025 GARBAGE COLLECTION HANDYMAN EXPERIENCE, vardwork. light hauling, landscaping, alley cleaning, Ca 1 anytime, 623-2723. ADOBE brick, blocklayng, cement, patios, home repairs. Experienced References. 326-9B67. 2 HANDYMEN, have many tools. By lob or hour. 325-0072 Y A R D W O R K 8. handyman. 294-5829 after 5. PAINT Interior exterior Gen repairs cooler service Reasonable 327-6190 PAINTING. Ceramic Fltxir tile repairing. Brevlck. 623-3880. HAULING LOCAL and statewide, tree removal and pruning, hedans. lawn and vard care. 3J6-5390 TRASH, trees, weeds cleanup. Free estimate. Odd lobs 41.50 hr. 885-1257. HOUSECLEANING COMPLETE HOUSECLEANING Win dows, floors, carpet cleaning Licensed Insured Call lim 325-8301 ANY IVCP housecleanlna windows floors, etc. Double S-S Main* Serv 296-49A4 Be sure - Call Sid Shore CALL 29M906. Viviane Woodard Cosmetic "MONTHLY SPECIALS ehone 622-5855 For a fast-acting Star-Citizen Want Ads Announcements LOW R A T E S window cinq floor waxing house clng Carpet Shflmpooinr C G Window Cleaning Co 3'26-OOti'l. INCOME TAX LYDIA APONTE My home or your home INCOME TAX Reasonable rates. 327-1228 BOYER'S Accounting and Tax Service. Experienced. Low rates. 3343 N. 1st Avenue 622-6346. RELIABLE Income Tax Service 32-79S Prompt Service Eves Sundays PERRY ADAMS. 326-8263 Morgan Maxwell Jr tax ser accurate ' a.m.-9 P.m 219 W Spdwav 653-7424 EGERTON TAX SERVICE YOUR HOME OR MINE 3431 N. Flowing Wells. No. 76. 792- BARRINGER TAX SERVICE 319 E. 33rd 632-8924 FREE FHA list, acquired homes. Lee Thomistin Really, 2737 E. 22nd St. ALBERT A. TERRAZAS, Staff Ser- Beant, 82nd Airborne, Special Forces, lust arrived from 3 year service in Panama. Has 30 day leave and wii: be going to Vietnam. CATHERINE'S Hair Fashions. OPen Sundays, 7336 E. Broadway, 295-9341 ART SHOW. March 9-10. Everyone Invited to exhibit and attend. Art works accepted until Friday. March 8. Refreshments. 3174 E. 27th St. SOUTHERN ARIZONA BANK REPOSSESSED MERCHANDISE -- PUBLIC SALES EVERY WEDNESDAY, 10 A.M., 2550 N. HTH AVENUE. PHONE 622-6611, EXT. 347. Everyone welcome. Auto Transportation 10 AA Auto Drive Away YOUR Car Delivered ANYWHERE 7«-H)12 _ 624-2441 Auto Delivery Service Go with (INSURED) euto delivery ,,.. To . FROM ANY CITY Member Chamber of Commerce R. L ALFORD Insurance - $50,000 Bond COMPLETELY LICENSED 430 N. CRAYCROFT - SUITE 203 298-4862 298-4869 Autc Driveaway Co. ARIZONA REGIS I BRED INSURED DRIVERS LOW RATES FREE PICKUP ALL GAS PAID "Member Chamber of Commerce" CALL 793-9483 1707 N. Country Club Travel Opportunities 1 CARS to Little Rock, Clnn., Milwaukee, Reno, Chi. Omaha. Auto Driveaway Co. 793-9433. TUNE, drive your car to Mtchlsan. Automotive engineer. References. 3275220. CARS available to: Miami, Fla. Auto Delivery Serv. 29B-4K2 298-4169. BUSINESS-SERVICE DIRECTORY Business--Services APPLIANCE REPAIR SMALL appliance repairs - no TV Pa.rker Appliance Center 1517 w' REFRIGS, washers, heating, cooling Sun Service 2554 N. Stone 623-0226 ,, JOHN'S APPLIANCE SERVICE Service calls $5. 324-3609. BUILDING REPAIR A..-,-.- HOUSE DOCTOR Additions -- Remodeling -- Guaran- tped Work. Free Estimates. 294-4501. ADDITIONS remodeling Bulfdlnn All phases ot construction 4234854 GETf7 EAS/LY STAR CITIZEN CLASSIFIED SECTION ADDITIONS Patios. Remodeling - Ca/penfry. Electrical. Plumbing. Slab Masonry. Free Estimates. 326-1245 ADD. REMODEL. Build. All phase;, Plumbing const. Lie 17 vrs. 3266246. C. Senesac. .estimates, add, remodel, build QUALITY Construction Co., EA 7-44l3 REMODEL (NG. Adrtitlons Carpentry Electrical. Reasonable Excellent workmanship Fret estimates 887- HONEST, reliable builder. Homes, ad Do »8 r 74 m Reasonable. Cal REMODEL.ING; New construction Specialists m Additions. 424-7737 days; 294-0417 evenings. ROOM additions and remodeling B ock and cement work. Electric and Plumbing. 887-1753. BURGLAR, FIRE ALARMS BURGLAR and fire alarms, complete systems sold. Installed or leased Alst oarfs and supplies for Do-lt-Yniirself fers: Since 1935 HENRY Etec. Co. Ph MA 2-765? CARPENTRY CARPENTRY work . . . all phases. L|. censed, bonded, references. 623-5965 EXPERT carpentry - doors · windows - . roof - cement slabs BUILD A ROOM. REMODEI OR re- Pair FREE ESTIMATES 792-2575. EXPERIENCED Carpenter, all kinds of repair jobs 9B7-3838 or 298-0765. HIRE EXPERIENCED CARPENTER RATE reasonable. 623-2410. CARPET METROPOLITAN CARPET SALES Seryjce. Cuslom Installation, 795-6303. CERAMIC TILE LICENSED Bonded Quality work. manshlp. Free estimates. 294-3524. CEMENT WORK CEMENT work, stabs and drlve- «ays, Plaster repairs also. Reason- INCOME TAX REVIEW CLASSES Stenotypy Shorthand ' Typing Accounting Office Machines NCR Cashiering IBM Key Punch NCR Bkkpg Machine -APPROVED FOR VETERANS- Free Placement - we have more positions than we can fill 537 S. STONE - 622-7J21 MEN-WOMEN TRAIN NOW/ KEY PUNCH PROGRAMMERS COMPUTER SECRETARY-LEGAL TYPIST A PBX-CLERK TYPIST ACCOUNTING BOOKKEEPING CIVIL SERVICE COACHING 'Approved for Veterans" Day Night Classes WON., MARCH 4, !»«/ TUCJWI, Arfr. Schools--Instruction 15 U.S. Civil Service Tests! Men-women II and over. Secure lobs. High starting pay. Short hours. Advancement. Preparatory training as long as required. Thousands of lobs open Experience usually unnecessary. Grammar school sufficient for many lobs. FREE information on lobs, salaries, renulrenrnts. Write TODAY giving name and ador*55. Lincoln Service, Star-CIti7»n Box 5PO' ARE YOU OVER 40? 50? 60? We Want YOU For MOTEL MANAGEMENT TRAINING Maturity is an asset In the Motel-Ho. tel Management field. This pleasant, useful occupation will keep you In the mainstream of life. You'll meet new people - play host to interesting travelers. Managers are given their own apartment in addition to salary, and may often choose a favored location in which to live and work. Find out how Northwest Schools can train you quickly, In vour spare lime. Married couples may train and graduate as a team. Get Information about aae and other requirements needed to qualify for employment in Motel-Hotel Management. Mail the coupon nowl FREE NATIONWIDE PLACEMENT ASSISTANCE TO ALL GRADUATES NORTHWEST SCHOOLS Motel Management Training, Dept. M-J2T. Sfar-Cft!zen Box 597-C. Name Address City County State zip Age ... Nearest Phone ... . Northwest Schools Is certified by the Oregon State Dcpt. of Education Use The Classified Section DIAL 622-5855 Something To Sell? Use Star Citizen Want Ads 622-5855 Employment Prep. 14 FED-STATE Tax, $4 up . Your home or my home, 325-1421. RAY E. COX Accountant 5315 E. Broadway 2404 N. Campbell Ph. 327-5243 FED. STATE--$5 UP H R BLOCK INC. American's Largest Tax Service 2J37 E Broadway 624-6651 X«S E. Sneedwav 795-3488 SB03 E. 22nd 298-9442 4302 S. «th Ave. 2W-S577 2748 N Campbell 795-3622 3421 E. Broadway 298-7214 Weekdays 9 AM 9 PM Sat Sun 9-5 LANDSCAPING CLEAN-UPS. renovating, hauling, monthly main, tree work, planting, crass gravel lawns. 623-0165. CACTUS - desert landscaping - waterfalls - tree work vard cleanuo grading- 326-6433. YARD clean-up renovatlns tree work haullna reasonable Frank Barber 7922507. QUICK cleanup complete landscaping srading, masonry work · top soil gravel lawn, hauling, landscape design, monthly maintenance. 6226504. 325-3524 LIGHT HAL/LING TRASH hauling vard clean-up Monday through Saturday. Prompt service 622-253B. MASONRY BRICK WORK - planters -- patios -- fireplaces -- plastering -- flag stone -- patio walls. 326-6483. ALL types masonry and concrete work done. Reasonable. Free estimates. Bonded and licensed 594-9656. 325-3191. MOBILE HOME REPAIRS FLORIDA white roof coatlna, wash and spray waxing. Tucson Spray Cfean Company. 792-1326. THE HANDYMAN MOBILE HOME REPAIR SERVICE TEL: 298-0498 (after 6 P.M.I PAINTING SPRAY painting, stain sealer and paint. Fast_and economical. 326-8370. PAINTING: exterior-interior. Maintenance. All work guar. Reas. 294-0451 20 YEARS of satisfied customers. Ex- perlor Interior, painting, repairing Bill Watkins, 327-5036 Painting and Decorating QUALITY workmanship. Ext and int. painting. Crack patching. Dry wall finishing. Recommendations. 793-8557 WANTING painting. Inside and out. Reasonable. Free estimates. MA 7- QUALITY painting and papering, licensed, bonded Interior and exterior 887-3446. FATHER of 8 needs outside. Inside painting, yardwork, work guaranteed. 885-1835. PAPER HANGING PAPERING, painting. Interior - exterior. Low rates. Rentals. Vacants Room or lob. Cllne, 423-2277. PATIO WALLS For Top Qualify Call GUARDIAN FENCE CO. 4244847 PAVING ALL types asphalt paving and seal coating. Bank financing available. Phone 887-0110. 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M4-OMJi QUICK cleanup, hauling, monthly workt Gradin9 ' JOBS AVAILABLE LEARN DRAFTING ELECTRONICS TV Radio Repair FCC License Coaching COLOR TV Veterans needed! SPECIAL SAVINGS CALL OR VISIT . . Secy, good Spanish PROCESS, analytical, compile statistical .. tab Info. 443 S. STONE 792-1411 MEN-WOMEN INDUSTRY URGENTLY NEEDS QUALIFIED COMPUTER PERSONNEL! PROGRAMMERS Systems Analysts Computer Operators Industry Estimates 300,000 to 500,000 Programmers will BE NEEDED BY 1970 PLAN your future NOW VA Approved Courses No Math Required PHONE, VISIT OR WRITE AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 204 W. GRANT 624-2364 ANY Unskilled worker can In Only 7 months QUALIFY FOR *. FABULOUS FUTURE IN ELECTRONICS DRAFTING AS TECHNICIANS IN Research Development Radio, TV Industrial Electropfcs Automation, Computer, etc. Qualify for your FCC I'eense Enroll today, earn Wrh nay Secure your future FOR INFORMATION CALL 623-3748 OR WRITE ARIZONA COLLEGE 3850 E. 37th Veter?ri approved ·^V^^Xx^K^S^SXKXVXXX^XXXXXXXXX« Help Wanted Male 17 Employment Agencies 16 FAR WESTERN Serving Arizona 45 years ,,, 301 Arizona Land Title Bldg 1» N. Stone 623-5737 Fees Paid-- Relocate MAINTENANCE Engr, ME deg S12K INDUST Ensr, dea. Jr. or Sr. grade ........ . ... 41 2 K MAIL ORDER WaVen'ouse'Mar" S12K ASST Personnel Mar, Labor Relations, dea ................ SI IK SR ENGR, Communications . . . . S19K Applicant Paid Fees 2 LOCATIONS WORLD'S LARGEST PROFESSIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 110 E. Alameda, Tel: 7J2-022 2227 E. Broadway, Tel: 423-3405 FREE PARKING FRONT «, REAR Daily 9-5, Mon. Wed. 9-6, Sat. 9-11 TECHNICAL _, CALL LOU MARTIN 423-2405 Electronic Design Draftsman .. $9000 Civil Engineer: Streets Road . S8300 Architectural Draftsman: Now S7SOO Chemist: Organic Type Needed $7500 Machinist: Lathe Mill Press .. S72CO Tool Die Maker: Real Sharpie . $7200 Mining Engineer: Ready To Go $7200 Sheefmefal Mechanic: ate Bksd $4700 Lift Truck Mechanic: Proven . . S 6 2 0 0 Upholsterer: Exceptional . . . $4000 Geophysics: Tech: Outdoor man $4900 ADMINISTRATIVE CALL LOU MARTIN 423-3405 Tax Manager: CPA Partners . S I 3500 Sr Accountant: Quality Comp . . S9000 Cook: Banquets Dining Room . SOOO Collector: Can Make Lot More S520D Floral Designer: Imaginative ..S5000 Insurance Finance Trainee S4200 Bookkeeper: Progressive Comp S4100 Janitor: Security No Strikes S3S58 PROFESSIONAL 2030-E. BROADWAY FREE PARKING SUITE 220 792-0382 FIELD CONSTRUCTION, reloc. $531 PHARM Sales, car + bonus . . . . S425 SALES Trainee, sm. college to S600 PART TIME Draftsman « Hr. FC BKKPER. Gen. Office ....to S4SO MANAGER TRAINEE S325 EXPERIENCED Auto Parts ....$500 GAL FRIDAY to $325 GEN. OFFICE, Lt. Typing $240 SECRETARY .S300 PBX TYPING J225 BKKPFR, Accts Payable S325 CASHIER, Experienced $240 WIG STYLIST, Mature S500 up SEC'TY, Speak Spanish S400 EXECUTIVE SEC'TY MOO Help Wanted Male 17 ELECTRONIC TECHNICIANS SLAC scientists are now conducting experiments that will help carry forward man's quest for an understanding of the nature of the world in which he lives. SLAC technicians are backing them up all the' way! Here's your chance to really put your electronics training and experience to the test. Assignments are varied and involve the operation and maintenance of our 20 billion electronic volt accelerator - the largest of its kind in the world. If you have an AA degree in electronics technology or recent military training, with specific experience in trouble shooting techniques, vacuum systems and high speed circuitry, you can broaden your background still further at SLAC. We offer the same benefits enjoyed by Stanford University employees; long hours, challenging problems, and the opportunity to contribute to our nation's important research program in high energy physics. To find out more about these opportunities contact our Employment Office, P.O. Box 4349, Stanford California 94305. STANFORD LINEAR ACCELERATOR CENTER AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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