Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 38
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PAGE 38 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 G)untdown For Openmg , Arthur Krolick, Tucson supervisor for ABC Theaters, posts a sign saying the new · theater at 590$ E. Broadway will be open in 34 days -- June 14. The theater, yet !to be named, will seat 725 persons. It will cost more than $500,000. Henry G. Greene designed the structure. For Free 'If you have something to give way, the Citiien will print ykur offer at no charge. MAIL YOUR NOTICE -- do NOT phone it in -- to "For Free," Tucson Daily Citizen. Please inc l u d e your phone number, street address and signature. The Citizen reserves the right to cut the length of offers. ^KITTENS -- Two gray male tiger kittens. Playful and noysebroken. 6374 Calte Cappela. Phone 298-S64*. j 0 0 0 TCATS -- O 0 Owner leaving town and _ ·KITTENS -- The cutest we've ever nadir" Perfect V matched brownish^- «*r- twins, mate and female, Anoiner SHV ngef'nwl", W, a tnWbot-patternrf black end white, long-haired female. Weaned; box trained, 4JA weeks old. ?U7 E Fill-mount, Friday evening or Saturday. Call 327-9253. Will deliver. u ' O O O 'MISCELLANY -- Garase doors, andirons, trunk and wood for fireplace. 1744 El Grant Road. ' KITTENS -- Four 4'A-week-old kittens. One male, three females. Weaned Frisky and playful. Call or come after 10 a.m. Saturday only. 4217 Camlno de Palmas (near Columbus and 22nd St.). Phone 325-2090. KITTENS - °Flve darling 7-week-old kittens to give to good homes All are long haired. One black, one black arid oranste, one gray and white, one orange, one spotted black, o r a n g e and white. They have been raised with lots of T.L.C. from small chijdren. Will make amiable pets.. 2020 E. Greenlee Road. Call 327-38(1. KITTEN -- Cute? smart, KITTEN -- -Uie, si"*"*;, i while kitten, 11 weeks old,-Must good home. 924 E. 9lh St. Call 623-1 gray and st have a 623-6194. WOOD -- Two °lrees, already cut down. Good for your 'ireplace. Needs lo be hauled away. 449 W. Oklahoma. KITTEN -- Cme "calico female kitten needs a good home. Short hair, housebroken. Seven weeks old. 2115 E. Mabel. Can 793-24S7 O O 0 PUPPIES ·-- Playful, cute puppies. Black, brown and white In color. Seven weeks old. Call 294-0360. PUPPIES -- °Re°l°cute, 7-week-old puppies. 1721 E. Blacklldse. KITTENS -- Four adorable kittens. Three temales, one male. Seven weeks old. Call 885-0738. . . ·,· KITTENS -- Help" There are ten of us. -We want to be placed In a good home where we can be loved. All colors and sires. Cute, Playfu and box-trained. Man Battles Burglary Suspect, Hurt t A South Side resident was injured late yesterday when he tried to apprehend a man he spotted on the roof of a neighboring department store. Clayborn E. Melton, 4538 S. 5th Ave., suffered head injuries when he grappled with the suspect, Albert D. Copeland, oitt- side Parise's Department Store, 4529 S. 6th Ave., just before 11 p.m. Copeland later was arrested and booked on suspicion of burglary and aggravated assault. Melton told police he lives near the store and spoitec Copeland, of 135 W. Oklahoma St., on the roof after going out to empty garbage. Melton said he fired one shot from a .45 caliber pistol in an effort to keep Copeland on the roof while police were summoned. But, police said, the suspect jumped off the building and fought with Melton, apparently breaking the man's nose and inflicting ear injuries. Copeland was arrested at the scene by police. Melton was treated at Pima County Hospital and released. Cure For Carsick Cows Sought FORT WORTH, Tex. (UPI)tows get "carsick" too. If you have ever been carsick while jammed in a stuffy auto, you know how cattle feel during long, crowded trips to market. Cattlemen call it "shipping fever" and several groups, led by Texas A M University, have started work on ways to alleviate, the problem. Private First Class Jumps To Captaincy FT. BENNING, Ga. (AP) -Richard Nolan of Houston, Tex., was promoted from private first class to captain in one day. Nolan, 25, an attorney,. was appointed a captain in the Judge Advocate's Corps after seven months as an enlisted man. He had been drafted the lay after he was admitted to the Texas bar. PUT MIWTY Funeral Announcements Announcimenti BAUER, Harvey H., 58, 919MENDEZ, Joaquin, 70, 402 W. 31st. died May 10th. Sur ·iv.ed by wife, Clara; daugh ers, Mrs. Marcelina Har ;ey, Mrs. Ang-ilita Gallego Mrs. Dorothy Allison; sons. A l b e r t and Andrew; 14 grandchildren; 2 g r e a grandchildren. Friends may call Friday, 1 pm to 4 pm Tucson Mortuary, 204 S LEGAL NOTICE LEGAL NOTICE RESOLD IIUN, ORDER, AND NOTICE PROVIDING FOR A SPECIAL ELtCllON 10 Bb HELD IN HIGH St-HOOL OlSlRICl NO. ONE OF PIMA COUNTY, ARUONA, FOR THb PUKKOSE OF SUtSMt I I INli TO IHt REAL P R O P E R T Y TAXPAYERS WHO ARE QUALIFltD ELECTORS THEREOF THE PROP O S I T I O N OF THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OF SAID DISTRICT. WHEKEAS, a resolution adopted by the Board ol Education of High School District No. 1 ot Plma County. Arizona, has oeen filed with tht Board ot Supervisors reauestlng that * special election be called for the purpose of voting bonds at said District In the aggregate amount of FIVE MILLION SIX HUNDRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,450,000.1. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDERED BY THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF PIMA STATE OF A R I That' there b* and hereby is called an election lor the purpose of submitting lo the reai properly taxpayers who are also qualified electors of High School District No. 1 of Pirna County, Arizona, the question of whether or not the bonds of the: Schoo. District shall be issued In the aggregate amount ot S5.450,- 000.. for the purpose of raising money 3. El Caminito PI., passec' way May lOlh. Survived b wife, Dorothy; son, Philip d a u g h t e r , Mrs. Beverl itauffer, of Sacrament' CaK; 1 granddaughter. Serv 'ces will be conducted Satur day, 2 p.m., Adair Chape] Rev. Everett McDowell of Monte Vista Christian Union Church will officiate. Ar- Stone. Rosary will be recited rangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. FLOWERS BY HAL BURNS 3600 E. SPEEDWAY PHONE 325.2634 DEPINDABLE SERVICE FOR OVER 4S YEARS O O brown female Chj- Sunday. ·KITTENS _ Four darHns srav --.:-·---, kittens:; Part Siamese. Five weeks old and very heaimy. Call 327-48Z*. See at 1427 Ei Lee St. r O O O i KITTENS, CAT -- Seven-week-old kit- ternandi a mother cat. One white fe- rnale, : °oe gray long-haired male, one striped short-haired female that looks lost like her mother. Will give to those only who can 'Provide an excellent home. 2806 E. Linden, after 5:30 or any time on Saturday or Call 795-2675. o o o KITTENS -- Only two left. Darling pirt Persian kittens. Box trained. _Gray la color. Eight weeks old and very lo vlble. Call 294-7013. " O O O '.WOOO -- Tree to be removed and uiedas fireplace wood. Bring necessary tools. 103 E. Pastime Road. . o o o ^KITTENS -- Darling glnoer-red kit- tins. See them at 2821 E. Greenlee, pfcone 327-1375. AQUARIUM. F°SH- WYf-SfJI 0 " SSS: rkxn tank with pvmp and filter. | . O O O -- _ Poor kittens assorted o o o i,H you. cannot fM ·" · w Jlf b S_ ^S for your pet, you'll Hnd a helping hand V- Kelvl^Bhrd" Phorw 326-M11. O O O 'KITTENS -- Five darling, fluffy, all ab'ri male kittens. Age - i weeks Love children and are housebroken. 7014 E. ·DIRT - Clean fill dirt. Will load on your trailer. Saturday mornlnB --'" «133 E. 34th St. Phone 294-3755. only. Palm Tree Set Ablaze On Campus The campus was quiet at the University of Arizona last night [ g y j _ _ 4843 S'.'SantVcVara. Ca'll 294-07T7: o huahua dogs. Ages -"iJ'and 'i""years old. Must be kept indoors. Ideal pets for e\der cowte. 3743 N. TyraJall Ave, .Phone 887-4899. KITTENS -- You have all heard of Batman. Well, I'm the Caiman. I · have ive baby cats that are driving me bats. Four all black, one tiger striped. Phone 324-5334. KITTENS -- Wanted -- good homes for five precious kittens. Two male, three female. Eight weeks old. Phone 296-1445. KITTENS -- Three kittens, 7 weeks old. Weaned. One white female, one white male, one black-sray m a 1 e . Medium length hair. Phone 792-1190, after 9 a.m. KITTENS -- Three adorable, shorthaired kittens. Two months old. Have had one distemper shot. "Blackle" Is coal black male with gentle loving personality! ."Tuffv" Is a precious sray male with white chest and feet who loves to play. "Chylails an Irresistible tiny female tiger with 'bio begging eyes. Sand-box trained Used to doas. 1810 E. Hawthorne. Call 622-1049. PUPPIES -- Eloht German shepherd, puppies need loving homes. Beautifully marked males and females. Call 6230264. KITTENS -- Thre°e part Siamese kittens. Long furred. Six weeks old. Housebroken. Black and .tan: - colored like Siamese. Very Intelligent. Playful and affectionate. 1265 Wheatrldge .D r I v e, phone 887-5260. KITTENS -- Two male kittens. Or- anae-red in color. See at 5413 Madison Strav. Call AX 4-3024, Saturday. KITTEN -- Exceptionally frisky tabbv kitten. Affectionate, cute, alert and amusing. Housebroken. Retrieves a ball like a dos. 2225 Juanita. Call 325-4398. PLAYHOUSE -- Wooden 6 by 6-foot playhouse. Needs to be haulei' 1644 N. Woodland. Phone 327-5878. KITTENS -- All sizes, all colors, all lovable! Used to children. Sandbox trained. 3720 E. Monte Vista. Phone 326523. o o o PUPPIES -- Good homes wanted for 7-week-old puppies. Short-haired, part dachshund. 1351 E. Greenlee Road. Call Wins Scholarship Gregory M. Leavitt, Tucson High School senior, has been awarded a four-year renewable scholarship in excess of $2,000 a year to the University of Pennsylvania. He plans to study business administration and political science. Governor last summer of Arizona Boys State and a delegate to the Arizona Model United Nations, young Leavitt played football and baseball at THS and is president of the Lettermen's Club. He is the son of the Rev. and Mrs. Donald E. Leavitt, 1512 N/ Plaza De Lirios. Tom Inglis FLOWERS 2362 E.BROADWAY 622-4643 LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVfcN that sealed bids will be received in the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 6th Avsnue, Tucson, Arizona up to 10:00 a.m., June a, 1M7 for the following: BID B-2434 - X-RAY FILM, SOLUTIONS AND ASSOCIATED SUPPLIES To furnish Plma County with X-Ray Film, Solutions and Associated Supplies for a period of one (1) year, beginning July 1, 1967 to and Including June 30, 1968, forthe Plma County General Hospital and the Pima County Health Department, as per specifications called for by Pima County. Opening of the bid B-2634 wilt be at 10:00 a.m., June 1, 1967 In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 3th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bid may be procured from the office of im sine 327-2109. KSTTENS male kittens O O O ,, T,I. S precious, a!! white Seven weeks old. Sandbox in except for one incident which a palm tree was set afire. Both campus and city police trained. Must go to a good loving home. Call 793-0494, or come to 2530 E. Towner Lane CAT named o o o -- Two-year-old Monlque. She were called out previous nights on the two because of mass panty raids on girls' dormitories. Apparently, gasoline was poured on a palm tree in front of Graham Hall and then ignited with a match. Although a fire engine was called at 12:45 a.m., the baize was put under control by a garden hose. The peace was disturbed twice more in the university area when false alarms were set on the box a* E. 4th St. and N. Euclid Ave. at 1:50 a.m. and again at 2:10 a.m. ACLU Defends Siamese cat ..,,.,..,, ,--. .... Is de-clawed, spayed and has papers. This sealpolnt Is not for children, but used to adults. Cannot be outdoors. She has a lovable personality and comes complete with llt- terbox, etc. See her at 3727 E. Glenn. Apt. A, Saturday or Sunday. KITTENS -- Two sweeet 6-week-old, long-haired female kittens, Housebroken. One is calico, the other black wi h orange tufts. Used to dogs and children. 740 Las Lomltas. Phone 887-0628. KITTENS, CAT -- Four part Persian kittens and their mother. Two are black tlqer-strlced, one black, one multicolored. Sandbox trained. Call 298-2934. KITTENS O O O -- Free to good home where kittens will get loving care. Sev en weeks old, all black male kittens. Part Siamese and Persian. Phone 3273996 o o p Everything listed in this public service column ts offered free of charse. The Citizen assumes no responsibility for th« condition of Items offered. Ft. Huachuca Soldier Dies In Accident Pvt. Joseph E. Davis, 21, of the 268th Signal Co. died early today in the Ft. Huachuca Hospital following an automobile accident near Huachuca City. The automobile was driven by Virginia Wallace, 1303 E. 22nd St., Tucson, who suffered a broken pelvis. The 1967 Mustang was moving southeast on Highway 90 when it left the pavement 150 feet outside the Huachuca City limits and overturned. Authorities said there were three other passengers in the car. Geraldine Green, also of the 22nd Street address, suffered a broken arm. Two solid- ers, Spec. 4 Ronald Humphrey, and Philip Cook, were in good codition at the post hospital with minor injuries. The accident occurred at 2 a.m. today. the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8lh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to relect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities In the bids or bidding. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this 4th day of May, 1967. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Daily Citizen May 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 77, 18, 1», 20 and 22, 1967. __ me. for' purchasTrwT's'chooi sites, construction of additional buildings, making situations and additions to existing buildings, p u r c h a s i n g or constructing portable classrooms, supplying said buildings with furniture and apparatus, and Improving the grounds thereof! and Installing wells pumps, and tanks thereon. That the aggregate sum be submitted to the real property taxpayers of the District as one proposition on one ballot, for the sum ot FIVE MILLION SIX HUNDRED F I F T Y T H O U S A N D D O L L A R S ($5.450.000.), as hereinafter provided; and If authorized by the taxpayers, then lo be embodied In one Issue of bonds. That the election shall be held on Thursday, the 1st day of June, 1967, at the Doolen, Magee, Mansfeld, Navlor, Safford, Spring, Townsend, Vail, and Wakefleld Junior Hlah School buildings, and at Crasin. Davidson, Duffy. Howell. Hudlow. Hughes, Keen. Kellond, Lynn. Menlo Park, Ochoa, Pueblo Gardens, Roblson, Steele, and Wheeler Elementary School buildings, all in said High School District; that the polls shall be oetn at the hour of 6:00 a.m. of said day and shall remain open until and be closed at the hour of 7:00 p.m. of tald day. That at said election there shall be submitted to the res' property taxpayers of said District who are In all respects qualified electors the following proposition. PROPOSITION Shall High School District No. 1 of Plma County, Arizona, Incur an Indebtedness above four per centum (4%) of the value of the taxable property In said District In the amount Of FIVE MILLION SIX H U N D R E D FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS ($5,650,000.) and In evidence thereof Issue Its negotiable bords In the aggregate amount of FIVE MILLION SIX HUNDRED F i F l Y T H O U S A N D DOLLARS ($5,450,000) for the purpose of raising money for purchasing school sites; building a new high school on Site IX, located at Pantsno and Escalante Roads In the southeast portion of the District; maklnn alterations and additions to existing bulkJ- Inqs; purchasing or constructing port a b l e classrooms! supplying the same with furniture and apparatus; Improving the grounds thereof: and installing wells, pumps, and tanks thereon; In and for said High School District; said bonds to bear Interest at a rate of not exceeding five per semlannually In each year in the denomination of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS fSI,000.1 each, or multiples thereof, and maturing serially over a oerlod of not exceeding twenty years? That the election shall be held, except as otherwise provided by law. In con NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOmt IS HbkEBV GIVEN that sealed bids will b« received in th« office ot -the Plm« County Purchasin« Agent, 2855 Sooth Ith Avenue, rucxn, Arizona up to 10:00 a.m., Jun« 7. 1967 for the following: BID B · NO 2637 -- COMPLETE PEST AND VERMIN CONTROL To furnish Pima County with complttt pest and vermin control tor a one 11) ytar period, beginning July '· IM7 *° »nd Including June 30, 1968, as off specifications called for bv Pima County. O«nlna ot the Bid B - No 2637 will b* at 10:00 a.m., June /, 1967 In h« office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent. 2855 South 8th Avenua, Tucson, Specfiications relating to the atoresaid bid may be purchased from the office ot the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue. Tucson. Arizona. Bidder shall be required to turnlsh a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the rlghl to reject anv or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities: or Informalities In the bids or DOhfe BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this 1st day of May. 1967. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board ot Supervisors Plma County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Citizen May 4. 5. t, 8, 9, 10, 11. 12. 13 and U, 1947. CAMERON, Lillian H., 71, 5118 E. 34th St., passed away May 9th. Survived by laughter, Mrs. Charles Bris- 'ey, of Tucson; son, Gordon R. Cameron, of Louisville, Ky; 9 grandchildren. Services will be conducted Saturday, 10:30 a.m., Adair Chapel. Rev. C.H. Schoppenhorst, of Rosemont Baptist Church will officiate. Interment in Tucson Memorial Park, East Lawn. Arrangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway Friday evening at the family residence. Mass will be of fered Saturday, San Xavic Mission and interment wi! follow in San Xavier Ceme ery. alherlne's Hair Fashtoni. O_IHH Suo- ays 7336 E. Broadway 291-93*1 . peedway has gone out of business! ny business contacts write 127 E. th St .PECIALS on permancntsl Mondays, 'ucsdavs, Wednesdays our.522 perma- lents for $17.50. Our J12.505 perma- lents for tt.50, Includes ' haircuts. ·RtNCESS SALON OF BEAUTr! 371 W. Prince Rd. Hhonc 624-937.4. VA BROKERS CONTRACTS RECEIVED 68171 48646 81502 - NEW LISTING 69174 7926 19th Place Jl 1,200 3 br, I Sh-15,6 70600 2342 Mountain View Blvd $8500 2 BR. 1 bath, T329, SEE ANY BROKER NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY G'VEN thai sealed bids will be received n the office of the Plma County Purthaslng Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, up to 10:00 a.m., June 8, 1967 for the following: BID B-2638 -- WHITE GOODS AND ASSOCIATED ITEMS To furnish Plma County Geiyal Hospital with White Goods and Associated Items, as per specifications ca led for by Plma County. Opening of !he Bid 8-2638 will be at 10:00 a.m., June 8, 1967 In the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue. Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to th* atoresild bid may be procured from he olflce of the Plma County Purchasine Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to relect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities In tht bids or DONE* BY ORDER of tlKt Board of Supervisors this 5th day of May, 1947. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervl Plma County, .Arizona FOR THOSE THE GAMEZ, Maria Elena, 80 10988 Tanque Verde Rd., died May llth. Survived by sons, Juan, Pio, Roberto, Rafael, Eleazar; 15 grandchildren. Arrangements to be announced by Tucson Mortuary, 204 S. Stone. SPRINGER, William F., 36, 5820 S. Fontana, passed away May 9th. Survived by wife Nancy; sons, William D.; James W., of Tucson; f a t h e r , Harley Springer; brothers, Richard, Robert, Homer, of Ohio, Berdette, of East Chardon, Ohio, Ernest, of Warren, Ohio, Guy, of Burton, Ohio; sisters, Mildred Piatt, and Leonna Ely, of Middlefield, Ohio, and Dorothy Jambor, of Chardon, Ohio. Services will be held Friday May 12th., 2 p.m. in Palms Chapel, 5225 E. Speedway Graveside services will be conducted by Morgan McDermott Post #7, n Tucson Memorial Park, Southlawn. FHA NOTICE TO BROKERS FHA properties are offered for sale lo Qualified purchasers without regard to the prospective purchaser's race, color, creed or.national or sin. NOTICE TO BROKERS Effective May IS, 1967, sales offers on all FHA acquired properties, located outside of Marlcopa County, Ariz, will be considered for accept- »nce as follows: · All sales contracts will be considered as simultaneous uffers until \ p.m. on the second FHA business day following newsca- per listing publication. An example of the method of drawing lots when simultaneous sates contracts are 'racts hcHId,ays, sented, excluding FHA follows: Day Property is advertised Monday "'uesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday r --TM« FHA staff employees In Phoehfx wilt Day for drawing lots p.m. Wednesday 1 P.m. Thursday 1 P.m. Friday 1 p.m. Monday 1 P.m. Tuesday 1 p.m. Tuesday 1 P.m. Tuesday CALVILLO, Daniel, 15, o/ 719 W. Jacinto, died May llth. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Adelina Calvillo. Arrangements pending, Ari- Board of Supervisors Plma County, ,Arlz PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Citizen May 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, \1», 19, and 22, 1947. 20 YOU NO as o e r w s e p r o v e y aw. n conformity with the general election laws of Arizona; and only real property taxpayers who are In all other respects qualified electors of the District shall be permitted to vote. That Elsa B. Hanna, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Is hereby Instructed to cause this order and notice to b« posted and published as required bv law. PASSED AND ADOPTED this l»th day of April, 1» OF SUPERVISORS OF NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received In the .office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2655 South 81h Avenue, Tucson, Arizona for the following: ,-.,.., BID B -- No. 2632 -- CATHETERS (STERILE), THERMOMETERS (CLINICAL), DISPOSABLE, HYPODERMIC NEEDLES (STERILE), SYRINGES AN L TUBING (.PLASTIC) 1 To furnish Plma County General Hospital with Cath«ters (Sterile) (Foley Type) In various sizes; Thermometers (Clinical), Rectal and Oral; Disposable Hypodermic Needles (Sterile) In various sizes; Hypodermic Syringes (General Purpose and Special Purpose); and Tubing (plastic) for a period of one (1) year beginning July 1, 1967 to and including June 30, 1966, as per specifications called for by Plrn» County. Sealed Bids on Bid B -- No. 2432 will be received up to 2:00 p.m., June 7, 1967. Opening of the Bid B -- No. 2632 will be at 2:00 p.m., June 7, 1947 in the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 6th Avenue, Tucson, USE (M. TODAY zona Mortuary, Third St. Stone and COOPER, Thomas E., 82, of 1614 Circle A Dr., died May 12th. Arrangements pending Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. FLEMING, Hurley D., 68 1040 E. Writer, passed away M a y 12th. Arrangement's pending by Deir's Valley Fu neral Home. LEWIS, Harry, 77, of 413 E. Prince, died May 12th. Survived by wife, Elizabeth. Ar- WALLACE, Tom J., Sr., 68, of Pasadena, California, formerly of Tucson, died May 8th. Survived by wife, Mildred; sons, Tom J., Jr., and George Wallace, of Tucson; daughter, Mrs. Richard Finley, of La Habra, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Anne Pickrell, and Mrs. Dorothea Mayhan, of Tucson; and 11 grandchildren. Services Sunday, 2 p.m., First Christian Church; Rev. George Tolman officiating. The family would prefer any expressions of sympathy be made to the U of A Medical School, or Alumni Fund. Friends may call Saturday afternoon and evening, at Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. select an acceptable contract bv drawing lots as soon after 1 o.m as possible in the due date for considering simultaneous offers. The accepted sales contract will be signed bv FHA and a duplicate copy mailed to the submitting broker Sales offers and attachments as sub- milled which are not accepted will be returned to the selling broker bv certified mall. Return receipt re- S uested. Sales contracts, brokers ten- er In duplicate and financial statement (2900) must be completed and accompanied bv earnest money deposit In the form of a cashier's check, certified check or money order, purchased bv the buyer and made payable to FHA, or the offers will not be considered. PROPERTIES FOR SALE REPAIRED 022-001320 801 W. Mossman St., lot 34, blk 24, Mission Manor No. 6, J7900, S250 dn, 2 bd, 1 bath CORRECTION 02-520282 5159 E. Patricia St., lot IB, Glenn Alre, S9500. S300 dn, 3 bd, 114 SEE ANY BROKER ba ' h Federal Housing Administration Aulo Transportation 10 AA Auto Drive Awav YOUR Car Delivered ANYWHERE 792-0012 624-2441 Insured Auto Drivpp way TO S, FROM ANY CITY SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS THE OLDEST TRANSPORT CO. R L ALFORD Insurance - $50,000 Bond COMPLETELY LICENSED 630 N CRAYCROFT -- SUITE 203 298-48G2 - 298-4869 COVERED STORAOR B y d a y-month-season. Downtown Shoppers Garase, across from Courthouse. 792-0340. rangements pending, Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. ATTEST: CHAIRMAN /s/ Elsa B. Hanna NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS The Board of Supervisors of Plma County, Arizona, will receive sealed bids on the Landscaping for the Plma County Jail and Sheriff's Facilities at 1300 West 29lh Street, at the office of the Clerk ot the Board of Supervisors, located on the Third floor ot the Transamerlca Building, Tucson, Arizona, up to 11:00 A.M. on May 15, 1947. The work, which Is located at 1300 West 29th Street, Tucson, Arizona consists ot the landscaping of approximate, ly 1.5 acres of ground, at the Plma County Jail and Sheriffs Facilities, including sprinkler system, trees and lawn. The Work Is to be completed by June Proposal, plans and specifications may be obtained at the office of the County Engineer, ,313 South Mission Road, Tucson, Arizona There will be a S10.00 deposit for Plans and Specifications, to be refunded if Plans and Specifications are returned not later than May IB, 1947. Th« board r»5»rv»s !h.» rlsh! So rslec! any and all bids or to waive any Irregularities, or Informalities, In any bid or in the bidding. DONE BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS this 17lh day of April, 1967. -ELSA B. HANNA Clerk Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona PUBLISH: May 4,8,9,10,11,12 and 13th, 1967. Publish^ April 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, May If 2, 3, 4, S, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 2, 25, 26, 27. T , , ucson Dally Citizen RESOLUTION, ORDER, AND NO- DISTRICT NO. ONE OF COUNTY, ARIZONA, FOR OF SUBMITTING PROPERTY TAX- Arizona. BID B -- No. D R E S S I N G S ; 2633 -- SURGICAL UNDERPADS; DI SCHOOL PIMA I THE PURPOSE OF TO THE REAL P R _ . _ PAYERS WHO ARE QUALIFIED ELECTORS THEREOF THE PROPOSITION OF THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OF SAID DISTRICT. WHEREAS, a resolution adopted by the Board of Trustees of School District No. 1 of Plma County, Arizona, has been filed with the Board of Supervisors requesting that a special election be called for the purpose of voting bonds of said District to the aggregate amount of THREE MILLION THREE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVEVTHOUSAND DOLLARS ($3,335,000). NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AND ORDERED BY THE BOA.HU OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF PIMA. STATE OF ARI- That' there be and hereby Is called an election for the purpose of submitting to Ihe reai property taxpayers who are also qualified electors of School District No. 1 of Plma County, Arizona, the question of whether or not the bonds ot Disposable Diapers; Underpays; Autocla vable Surgeons' Gloves and Associated Items for a one (1) year period beginning July 1, 1967 to and Including June 30, 1948, as per specifications called for by Pima County. Sealed Bids on Bid B -- No. 2633 will be received up to 2:45 p.m. June 7, 1967., Opening of the Bid B -- No. 2633 will be at 2:45 p.m., June 7, 1967 In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating 1o the aforesaid bids may be procured from the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2B55 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Successful bidder (s) shall be required to furnish a sufficient Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to relect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waivei any'Irre- gularities or informalities in the bids or bidding. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this 8th day of May, 1967. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Pima County, Arizona I: Tucson Dally Citlzan 15, 16, 17. 18, 19,/20, 22 and WHITE, Clemens J., 73, 1525 E. 27th St., passed away May 8th. Survived by wife, Mae Dora; daughter, Betty Jean White, of Tucson. Services will be conducted Saturday, 10:30 a.m., Church of God of Christ. Rev. E. S. Glass will officiate, interment in Tucson Memorial Park, South Lawn. Arrangements by Adair Fu- Auto Driveaway Co. ARIZONA REGISTERED BONDED 8, INSURED DRIVERS LOW RATES-FREP PICKUP $75 MAXIMUM "Member Chamber of Commerce" CALL 793-9483 1707 N Country Club Travel Opportunities Cars: Mich. Mass. Colo., S. Carolina, luruniu, v*anr,. ra. Insured Auto Drlveawav 298-4862.. 298- Cars available: Mich., Chicago, Ind. Va Mass.. N J.. AA Auto Drivea- way 792-0012 neral Home, Speedway. Dodge and DRIVERS FOR late Model Automobiles to other cities. 298-1241 Insured Drlveawav System CARS lo: Minn.. Wise.. Chlcsoo. O h i o . N.Y.. Iowa, Wash. Auto Drlveawav Co. 793-9483 COUPLE or single person with references share expenses and driving to New York about June loth. Star- Citizen Box 146-E. 23, 1967. WASHINGTON (UPI) -The American Civil Liberties Union says any law making it a federal crime to rip, burn, trample or spit on the U.S. flag *?culd violate constitutional guarantees of free expression. ; Lawreriee Speiser, an official of the ACLU, told Congress Wednesday that offensive as these acts are, they come under the First Amendment protection of "expression of opinion by a symbolic act." In appearing before a House Judiciary s u b c o m m i t t e e , Speiser injected a note of cjmlion into demands for legislation which would crack down hard on persons desecrate the flag. who Gen. Meyer Will Review ROTC Units Maj. Gen. Richard J. Meyer, commanding general of the U. S. Army Strategic Communications Command (STRAT- COM), will be the reviewing officer at the University of Arizona Army ROTC Graduation Review next Thursday. The ceremony will start at 7:40 a.m. in the UA stadium. Other members of the reviewing party will be Col. W. H. Clifford, head of the Army ROTC, and Col. John W. Chapman, head of the Air Force ROTC. M e y e r has commanded STRATCOM, which has moved its headquarters from Washington, D. C., to Ft. Huachuca this spring, for three years. He is a 1933 graduate of the U. S. Military Academy and has held many high military offices including head of the U. S, Army Signal Training Center at Fort Gordon, Ga. Red Cross Blood Donor Schedule The American Red Cross blood donor schedule for next week is: Monday, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.; at 222 S. Cherry Ave.; Tuesday, 3 to 7 p.m at Safford; Wednesday, 2 to 6 p.m. at Hayden and Kearney, and Thursday, 1 to 8 p.m. at 222 S. Cherry Ave. U.S. TREASURY DEPARTMENT -- INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE PURSUANT to authority contained In section 6331 of the Internal Revenue Code, the properly described below has b e e n s e i z e d f o r nonpayment o f delinquent internal revenue taxes due the School Dlsti Iher rlct shall be Issued in from Hospltal^JEjquJpment Supply, Corn- Arizona 85718 pany. Inc., 7900 Christie Drive, Tucson, The prop*rty will be sold In accordance with the provisions of section 6335 of the Internal Revenue Code, and the regulations thereunder, at public auction. DATE OF SALE Tuesday, May 23, 1967 TIME OF SALE 10:00 A.Mi PLACE OF SALE 146 So. 6th Ave., Tucson, Arizona DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY 1965 Bulck Four-Door Station Wagon ID No. 442655Z121995 License No JKS 829 fArizona) PROPETTY MAY BE INSPECTED AT: 146 So. 6th Ave., Tucson, Arizona PAYMENT TERMS: FULL payment required upon acceptance of highest bid DEFERRED payment as follows: TYPE OF REMITTANCE: Atl payments must be bv cash, certified check, cashier's or treasurer's check or bv a U. S. postal, bank, express or telegraph money order. Make checks and money orders payable to "Internal Revenue Service." TITLE OFFERED: Only th« rlflht, title, and Interest of Hospital Equipment 8, Supply Company, Inc. In and to tht property will be offered for sale James R. McMillan, Revenue Officer 0509-67 Internal Revenue Service, 179 So. Tucson Blvd., Tucson, Arizona 85716 792-6313 PUBLISH: May 12, 1967 Bloody Well Right CINCINNATI, Ohio (AP) The Riverside Civic and Welfare Club has suggested to the City Council that the name of River Road be changed to Bloody River Road. A few days before 'tiie club sent a telegram saying its safety campaign on the road had failed, three young people were killed In an auto accident on it. LANCER'S for all your flnral - · · 60 E. Pennington MA. 2-4638 U. S.__TREASU_RY _PEPARJMENT -- iriicKNAL KtVeriuc ScKViCc NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Pursuant to authority contained In section 433T of the Internal Revenue Code, th« property described he'w has been seized for nonpayment of delinquent Internal revenue taxes due from Mayburv Grand Medical Hospital, Inc., 2730 Maybury Grand, Detroit, Michigan 38214. The property will be sold In accordance with the "revisions o' section M35 of the Internal Revenue Code, and the regulations thereunder, at public auction. DATE TIMF OF SALE Tuesday, May 23, 1947 OF SALE 10:00 A.M. the aggregate amount of $3,335,000, for the purpose ot raising money for purchasing school sites, construction ot additional buildings, making alterations and additions to existing buildings, purchasing or constructing portable classrooms, supplying said buildings with furniture and apparatus. Improving thi grounds thereof, and Installing wells, pumps, and tanks thereon. That the aggregate sum be submitted to the real property taxpayers of the District as one proposition on ont ballot for the sum of $3,335,000, as hereinafter provided; and If authorized by the taxpayers then to be embodied In on Issue That the election shall b« held on Thursday, the 1st day of June, 1947, at the Doolen, Magee, Mansfeld, Naylor, Safford, Spring, Townsend, Vail, and Wakefleld Junior High School buMdlnBs, and at Cragln, Davidson, Duity, Howell, Hudlow, Hughes, Keen, Kellond, Lynn, Menlo Park, Ochoa, .Pueblo Gardens, Roblson, Steele, and Wheeler Elementary School buildings, all In said School District; that the polls shall be opened at the hour of 4:00 a.m. ot said day and shall remain open until and be closed at the hour of 7:00 p.m. of said "fhat at said election there shall b* submitted to the real property taxpayers of said District who are In all respects qualified electors the following proposl- "° n: PROPOSITION Shall School District No. 1 of Plma County Arizona, Incur an Indebtedness above four per centum (4%) of the value of the taxable property In said District In the amount of THREE MILLION THREE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS (J3,335,000) and In evidence thereof Issue its negotiable bonds In the aggregate amount of THREE MILLION THREE HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS (13,335,000), for the our- pose of raising money for purchasing school sites; buiiding eiementdry and lunior high school-houses; making alterations and additions to erls- tlng buildings; purchasing or constructing portable classrooms: sup- Plying the same with furniture and apparatus; Improving the grounds thereof; and Installing wells, pumps, and tanks thereon; in and for said School District; sitd bonds to bear Interest at a rate.ot not exceeding five per centum (5%l per annum, payable semlannually In each vear. PLACE OF SALE 144 So. 4th Ave., Tucson, Arizona DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY 1944 Lincoln Continental Four-Door Convertible. License No. AB-9169 ID No. Warranty No. 4Y89G401208 PROPERTY MAY BE INSPECTED AT: 144 So. 6th Ave., Tucson, Arl.rona, PAYMENT TERMS: FULL payment required upon acceptance of highest bid DEFERRED payment f. follow*: TYPE OF REMITTANCE: All oayments must be by cash, certified check, cashier'! or treasurer's check or bv a U, ?. pos'.il, bank, express or telspraph mon- tv order. Make checks and money or- rtrs payable to "Internal Revenue Service TlfLE OFFERED: Only the right. t.H and Interest of Maybury Grand Medic ....... ' Hospital, win N n Inc, In and ·i* . --leaf ... _ . . _ to the property JAMES R. MCMILLAN, Revenue. Offl- fnfern.il Revenue Service, 179 .%. Tucson Blvd., Tucson, Arizona 65716 797-4313 PUBLISH: May 12, 1967 m the denomination of ONE THO_ SAND DOLLARS ($1,000) e*ch, or multiples thereof, and maturing serially over a period of not exceeding twenty years? That the election shall be held, except as otherwise provided by law, In conformity with the seneral election laws of Arlzofif; and only real procerfv fax- pavers Who are In all oilier resoerts qualified electors of the District shall be oermltled to vote. That Elsa B. Hanna, Cl«rk of the Board of Supervisors, Is herebv Instructed to cause this order and notice to bt oosfed and published as required bv ADOPTED this l«h AND NOTICE INVITING SEALED BIDS Notice Is hereby given that the Board of Trustees -- Sahuarlta Elementary School and the Board of Education -- sihuaVlt" Klah School -- Sahuarlta Sch'ooT'blstrlct' No. 30, Plma County. Arizona, will receive UP to, but not later than 4 P.M. local time, of the 29th day of May, 1«7 sealed bids for the construction of Elementary School classrooms and locker room and shower expansion, and a high school science wing addition, located at the Sahuarita Elementary and High School in Sahuarlta, Arizona, In the County of Plma Such bids shall be received In the Architect's office located at 4439 East Broadway, Room 201, City of Tucson, Plma County, Arizona, and shall be "opened pub] cly and read aloud at the above stated time at the above address. Each bio mus' conform and be responsive to this Invitation, the Instructions to Bidders, the Drawings, Specifications, Contract and General Conditions, and all the other documents comprising the pertinent Contract Documents. Copies ot the Contract Documents will be on file and open to public inspection In the office of John L. Mascarella and James L. Merry, Associated Architects, located at 4439 East Broadway. Room 201, Tucson, Arizona, In said County and State, and may be obtained bv deositinc. $25.00 for one set. This deposit will be refunded 'f the set of contract documents delivered is returned In good condition within three days after Sid opening and If the Contractor has submitted a bona fide bid. Additional sets or sheets of Drawings, pases of Seclfications and other Contract Documents may be purchased at cost without refund. Each bid shall be accompanied by i certified check, cashier's check or bM bond payable to the BOARD OF TRUSTEES AND BOARD OF EDUCATION - SAHUARITA _. SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 30, Plma County, Arizona, In an amount not lest than five per cent of the maximum amount of the bid. The check or bid bond shall be given as a guarantee of Intent of the contractor to enter Into a contract should his bid be accepted or as liquidated dnmage to the aforementioned Board in the event of failure or refusal of the contracto' to enter Into a contract. The check or bid bond will be returned in the unsuccessful bidders and to the successful bidder upon the execution of a satisfactory bond. The successful contractor shall Provide "_ SUr ?' V i 5° mP ? n .y ^"K!^. f.llrt im- tv" ixind"shai' be'"posted' within"* days after notification of the award of the contract to the successful bidder. The contract shall he In accordance with the provisions of all pertinent oeneral oiibllc laws of the State of Arirena In effect at the tlnv of the execution of the cnn- fract. and the contractor shall pay the wane scale as provided bv law. The Architect has ascertained, the pre valllna rate of hourly wages in the locality In which tht* work Is to h«i oer- formed, and a copy of the Certified Wane Scale Is Included w th the Contract Document! on file with the Builders Club, Arizona Tech Service, Doda* Report Service and the Owners. Each bid shall be made out on a bid form to be obtained by spolylns at the office of the Architect In whtrh the Contract Documents are on file. The Schrol Board reserves the privilege of reledlna «nv or a!' bids for any reason whatsoever 6r to wa1v- *nv Irre nularltles or Informalities In the bids or In the bidding ._. ._. . No bidder may withdraw his hid for period of X (iavi »fl«r the date set for the owning of bids. No bid PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA /St. THOMAS S. JAY Chairmen /s/ Els* ' B. H«nnd PWlwn: APrii «, », 1,1, 3, 4, 5, », I 1 OF 25, 27, 2e, 2?, *v\nj 10 if, 17, n, 15, . will h* oonlrfd unles the bidder la dulv II censed as n contractor In the State o Arlrnna. This llrfn«f must meat all qulremnnts for performing the work list nn thin BOARD OF TRUST S SAHUARITA ELE ftf RY SCHOOL Tucson Dallv Cltlztn by Frank R. McGee, Clert 14, 17, IB, 1», 20, n, 33, 24, 25, J*, 27, Publish: May 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 1947. 1 . l PIMA COUNTY, ARIZON by Frank R. McG.ee, Cle LIVESTOCK Office Furniture Outboard Motors PIANOS PLANTS RADIOS RUGS Store Equipment STOVES SKATES TENTS TOOLS T R I ' TV SETS TYPEWRITERS USED CARS USED TRUNKS FISH POLES ANTIQUES AUTO TIRES BICYCLES BOATS BOOKS CAMERAS CLOTHING GOLF CLUBS GUNS Infant Clothing JEWELRY YOUNG, Von Sharon, 21, 1155 N. Catalina, passed away May 10th. Survived by husband, Edward; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Latham, of Tucson; brother, Aaron, of Princeton, N.J. Services will be conducted Monday, 10 am, St. Paul's Methodist Church. Rev. Comer Alden will officiate. Entombment in South Lawn Mausoleum. Arrangements by Adair Fu LADY DRIVING to Ohio take lady passenger, share. Star-Citizen Box 137E. neral Home, Speedway. Dodge and BUSINESS-SERVICE DIRECTORY I Business--Services "ACCOUNTING 12 ACCOUNTING and Tax Service Specializing small businesses. Kessler 325-7279 APPLIANCE REPAIR COOLERS, mal. appl. furnace r«- pair MCGRADY Appi Serv 296-3501 AUTOMOTIVE || ANNOUNCEMENTS RUSSELL'S GEN Auto Repair Automatic transmission service supplies ·JOSB 5 I2lh Ave. 294-2583. . BUILDING REPAIR ROSS Construction Co. Gen. Bldg. Contractor new bldgs, additions. Remodel, repair 22 yrs exp 296-4501. estimates add remodel build. QuallN Construction Co EA/ 6414 Memorial-- Markers UNVEILING of stone for Henry Okrent will be on Sunday, May 14, at 9:30 a.m. at Tucson Memorial Park. D r M a r c u s Breger officiating. Friends buddies please attend. Thank you, Mrs. Sophie Okrent. Lost and Found LOST Ladles gold watch, vicinity of Food Giant No. 2, Flowing Wells Prince, Tuesday between 9:30-11, Reward S10. 422-3718. F R E E ESTIMATES, carpentry, electric, painting, olumblng. oallo's, reasonable. 867-1753. HOME REPAIRS, cemenf and block work. Phone 294-8771. HOME' REPAIRS and remodeling, masonry plaster, carpentry. paint- Ing Phone 422-1733. HOME REPAIRS, painting, carpentry block work, general buIWina. Reasonable. Free estimates. 795-3014. CARPENTRY, electrical, plumbing, palntlna, siab, block. Outside town accepted. 622-1430, 324-1245. LOST: Part Poodle, male, bluish- gray, about 40 Ibs. Flowing Wells area. Reward. 424-9919. RESIDENTIAL, construction, commercial additions. New repairs. Equipped for out of town work. Melvln Anderson, Contractor. 325-1471. LOST: Olive sreen and yellow parakeet. Vicinity Third Ave.-Drachman. Reward. 422-5751 or 424-8396. LOST: FEMALE SIAMESE Cat, River Rd. -- Swan. Call after 5, 299,9003. A -OST 2 year old German Shepherd. Brown, black, white markings. Answers to "Tiara*' or "Tiger." Choke chain collar ·with tain. Area of Plma-Swan. Call 376-2082. LOST, bay gelding, 299-4314. Personals 8 GEl SOBER OR S T A Y SOBER CARPET METROPOLITAN CARPET SERVI.CE Custom carpet Installation, 4826 CARPENTRY :RIEI aalr li of repatrlobs 887-3838 or 298-0745 EXPERIENCED carpenter Additions, remodeling, cabinet work. Reasonable. References. No lob too small. 423-0728; 424-7460. . BUILD A ROOM REMODEi. OR re- palr FREE estimates 792-2575. CEMENT WORK CONCRETE FLOORS, patios, driveways. Reasonable. Free estimates. Licensed. Phone 325-4874. at Friendly HALFWAY HOUSE We understand vour problem 1-9038 1B09 E. 23rd St. MRS LEWIS Scientific Psychic Reading One visit wii help solve vour most difficult problem. Appointment only. 298-1645. CEMENT WORK, patio walls, brick, block stucco. Free estimates. 623-2817 CERAMIC TILE Masseur expert steam sundecks nut- calls, Santa Rita Note 423-0551. Masseuse Relax with masses* MA 2-4380 648 E. Speedway "JUDO - KARATE 404 S. Plumer After 7 o.m. 424-5915 Licensed, Bonded, 0 u a M t y work- manshlp. Free estimates. 294-3524. CLOTHESLINES r POLES »7 nalr, S15 ...... less wire. 622-2538. 3321 E. Glenn Installed COOLERS COOLERS Service $7 -f parts, seal- Ing bottom painting. 327-4190. Phone fi?W5ffifi whirl after cleaning carpets with Blue Luctre. Rent electric shampooer Gallant-Carroll 324-4371 SCIENTIFIC advice pertalnlno to all PROBLEMS 17 E. Roger 887-2944. VISIT OLD TUCSON FAMOUS MOVIE LOCATION OPEN DAILY SUN-UP TO SUN-DOWN GLADYS MEACHAM Psychic readings. 3926 E Falrmounl. 325-8458. LOSE WEIGHT sifely wllh Dex- A-Dlet Tablets ONI Y 98c a) Skaggs Drug Center OVER 40? LONELY? FOR MOREEN ^YOUR LIFE TOWN «» COUNTRY DANCE CLUB SWEDISH MASSAGE 1333 W. ALLEGHENY 887-0353 MASSAGE -- Sauna and steam balh. Lorraine Ortklese. 1210 W. La Pasadlta 887-0576. 1 WILL not be responsible for debts contracted bv Anyone other than myself. Andrew J. Chersln. WELL kept carpets sViow the results of regular Blue Lustre spot cleaning Rent electric shampooer tl. Ja come's. MASSAGE 445 W. IVfler Ro» d - 10 a.m. 10 10 ROSE JOHNSON, M.T. Massage Steam Bath, 2 masseuses. 887-3151. EVAPORATIVE COOLERS - all ypas of refrigeration, luto, house- lold commercial. Park Refno- ration, 296-5522. BART'S COOl ER Service. W o r k uaranteed. Free estimates. Reasonable rates. 887-4786. COOLER . SERVICE, $6 plus parts. Sealing bottom and painting. 2974006. DRESSMAKING DRESSMAKING ALTERATIONS 941 Calls Carls 2*4-5364 CUSTOM Dressmaking. Your design or mine. Broadway-Country club. 325-8104. CUSTOM DRESSMAKING. No alterations. 255 W Fort Lowell Rd. 632-4294. ELECTRICAL REPAIRS WIRING Residential and Commercial Service Kermtt Oestrelch EA / 45*1 AIL TYPES Et EC, SUPPLIES Let us service YOUR coolerl We also sell coolers cooler pans HENRY ELECTRIC Ph 421-745* FERTILIZER SEED LANDSCAPING - FHA financing, licensed and bonded Free estimates. Call MA 4-724J. M7-0144. FURNITURE RtFiNiSHED REPAIR t, R«finlsh ill furniture. DON'S Furniture Hospital 2W-1025

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