Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 9, 1976 · Page 19
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PAGE 20 BOOKLE'l What Everyone Should Know" Fill out coupon and mail or call Abbey Funeral Chapel -- Ph. 888-1 1 1 1 I Abbey Funeral Chapel I 3435 N. First Ave. I Tucson, Arizona 85719 I M«as« s«nd m* I "What Everyon*. Should Know | Name Address J City.. T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1976 Man shot Robert Nason Mobile outside barroom rites Wednesday A Tucson man who was shot in the abdomen while standing outside a South Tucson bar was in guarded condition today at the Pima County Hospital. The victim, Oscar Pallanes, 30, suffered a single wound about 8:45 last night outside a bar in the 1500 block of South 6th Avenue. · According to Hector Abril, an employe at the bar, Pal- lanes staggered into the business and told him that he had been shot by a relative, who apparently fled in a car. South Tucson police said no one has been arrested. Our loan officers have what it takes to get things done. MONEY Right now is a great time to discuss your money needs with First National Bank. Because we have plenty of loan money avai labJe ... at very affordable rates. We can arrange a loan for that new car, swimming pool, home improvement project, or almost any other purchase you have in mind. So, if you want to get something started, just contact the nearest office of First National Bank of Arizona. You'll find our loan officers have a way with money. FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF ARIZONA You'll be happier banking First class. Memorial services will be held Wednesday for Robert H. Nason, the former owner of a local travel agency who also owned and operated several Tucson-area resorts. Mr. Nason, who died Friday at the age of 82, owned Gulliver's Travels, a North Side travel agency located at 7049 N. Oracle Road which is now managed by his daughter, Mrs. Tom Childers. After moving to Tucson from Santa Fe, N. M., in 1943, Mr. Nason owned and operated the Westward Look resort, Rancho del Lago and Alvernon Gardens, currently the site of the Doubletree Inn. In 1961, Mr. Nason and another man formed Arizona Capital Corp., a federally licensed company that provided local small businessmen with equity-type financing, long- term loans and advisory service. Born in Kansas City, Kan., Mr. Nason attended Kemper Military Academy in Missouri and later the University of Kansas. He is survived by his widow, Eulala; his daughter, Mrs. Tom Childers of Tucson; son Robert of Tucson; seven grandchildren and 11 great- grandchildren. Following c r e m a t i o n , memorial services wil be held at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday at Christ the King Episcopal Church, mo W. Ina Road. Funeral arrangements are being handled by Arizona Mortuary Inc. car test dates set Girl, 13, wounds herself A 13-year-old Tucson girl was slightly injured when a revolver she was using for target shooting accidently discharged as she held it at her side, wounding her in the leg. A spokesman for the Pima County Sheriff's Department said Kathy Moreno of 1414 S. San Antonio St. was target shooting Saturday in a desert area south of the Pima County Fairgrounds. Deputies said the girl's .22- caiber revolver discharged, striking her in the right calf. Her cousin, Frank O'Hara Jr. of 5726 E. 29th St., drove the girl to the fairgrounds where a citizen band radio jamboree was being held. Off-duty Tucson Fire Department paramedic Mark Kaiaf gave the girl first aid and she was taken to St. Mary's Hospital, where she was treated and released. 50,000 protest in Barcelona BARCELONA, Spain (AP) -- An estimated 50,000 or more anti-government de- mostrators tied up Barcelona for five hours, and today a mayor was assassinated in northern Spain's other rebellious section, the Basque provinces. Guerrillas from ETA, the underground Basque independence o r g a n i z a t i o n , were suspected of murdering Mayor Victor Legorburu of Galda- cana, 25 miles west of Bilbao. Public Records Whole WheatTortillas? Naturally! BURGLARIES Residence, 2100 block of East Blacklidgo Drive, [ewelrv and tetevlsfon, valued at si,225, reporled to police ves- lertiav. Residence. 7200 block or Easl 30th Street, jewelry, attache case and bfnpculars, tolal of $665, reported to police Saturday. Residence. 5300 block of East Waverlv Street, coin collodion and jewelry, valued a) $732, reported fo police Saturday. Business, 2500 block of North Stone Avenue, synthesizer valued at $1,500, reported to police Salurdav From storage locker, 200 bfock of South Plumer Avenue, two lelevtsions, 400 aFbums, lewelrv, clothing and clock, tolal of 56,210, reported to police Saturday, LARCENIES From automobile. 900 block of south Freeway, weapons and ammunition, two sets of binoculars and camera, total of SI.OOO, reported to police Saturday. From automobile, KO block of South Freeway, revolver, citizens band radio and television, tolal of *74D, reported to police yesterday. From automobile, 0-100 block of Easl Grant Road, three cameras, citizens band radio and suitcase with clothing, total ol $825, reported to police Saturday. From automobile. 100 Block of Soulh 4lh Avenue, tool box wilh toots, recl-fo- reel tape recorder, bowling ball and other bowling equipment ana liquor, tolal ol J550, reported lo poljce yesterday. ROBBERIES Business near Cortaro Farms Road and Interstate 10 robbed al 6-05 p m Saturday ot an undetermined amount ol money, one man with revolver. Tucson couple robbed ol J70 at 9-05 n m Salurdav near E. Grant and E' Tanoue Verde roads, two men wilh "-revolver. Arizona motorists who live in Green Valley and Gila Bend will be able to have their cars checked for excessive emissions without leaving their communities. A mobile emission testing unit, operated by Hamilton Test Systems, will be in Green Valley next Wednesay and Friday and also on Feb. 25 and 26. It will be in Gila Bend for tests Feb. 18 and 19. During 1976, motor vehicles in Pima and Maricopa counties must be tested for excessive emissions before license plates can be renewed. Cars more than 15 years old do not need to be tested. The mobile units will be open from 8:30 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. all days. Owners must bring their registration renewal notices or certificates of admittance issued by the state motor vehicle office. Workshops on bias scheduled During a six-week period, the City of Tucson will sponsor a series of workshops on discrimination and reverse discrimination. Four ethinc minority groups as well as women will be surveyed 'in the workshops from March 4 through April 9 at Randolph Park Recreation Center. Persons who wish to attend the workshops, which are open to all Tucsonians free of charge, should telephone the city's affirmative action office as soon as possible at 791-4866. /^ANNOUNCEMENTS 1 Funeral Notices ARREOLA, Manuel V., 54, passed away February 8, 1976. Father of Mrs. Maria Elena Morales, Miss Gloria Arreola, Mrs. Graciela Marquez, and Miss Lupe Arreola, Roberto, Luis, and Manuel Jr.; son of Mrs. Susana Arreola; brother of Mrs. Julia Lopez; Mrs. Car- Iota Jacobs, Miss Susie Arreola, all of Tucson. Mrs. Lydia Landon, of Lancaster, Calif., Henry and Mike, of Tucson; seven grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Commodity Recorded Quotes 622-0928 STOTLER and COMPANY 201 N. Stone Ave. Tucson TUCSON PHOENIX I MESA ROOM ADDITIONS ALBRITE INC. fCALL ?885-3551^Cu1'K » *· j i " "*"""--·--T-^--·."**, LICENSED AND BONDED GENERAL CONTRACTORS LEGAL NOTICE A R T I C L E S OF I N C O R P O R A T I O N OF K A C H I N A BUSINESS MACHINES C O R P O R A T I O N KNOW ALL MEN BY T H E S E P R E S E N T S : That we, the undersigned, having asso- cfatefl ourselves together tor 1he puroos ot forming a corporalion under and b virtue of (he laws of Ihe Slate of Arizona do hereby adopl the tolfowing Articles o Incorporalion. ARTICLE I The name of (he corporation shall tie "KACHINA BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION", and its principal place ol business shall be wilhln the State o Arizona, Countv of Pima, City of Tucson ot the Board of Directors may ciesignafi such other places either wilhin or withou Ihe Slale ol Arizona where other offices may be eslablished and maintained and or all corporate business transacted sc far as the same is done so according t law. A R T I C L E II The names and addresses of ihe incor pof arors are a.s follows· HOWARD SLOANE 344 West Las Palmariias Phoenix, Arizona 8503) B A R B A R A M. SLOANE Wd West Las Palmar/fas Phoenix. Arizona 85021 ARTICLE JM This, Corporalion may hold its meetings af such places and at such limes as the Board of Directors may designate. ARTICLE IV The general nature of the business whTch the corporation shall engage is as folfows: K To sell, rent, lease, manufacture repaJr, and maintain business machine; and 1 supplies of anv kind and nature Including, bur not limited to, copy 01 a- cVilnes word processors, photocopy machines, typewriter, copy machine paper ant! com ocwraled copy machines, so far as permuted bv applicable raw. 2. To act as agent for others or for the Corporation in sellino. renting, leasing, manufcturlng, repairing, amt maintaining business machines and supplies ol every kind 1 and nalure Including, but not ffmjfed to, copy machines, word processors, pholocoov machines, fypwrlfers, copy machine paper, and coin operated coflv machines, so far as permitted by applicable law, 3, To purchase, confracf for, or otherwise acqufr* (n any manner, fake, hold, own or sell, lease, renl. morfgage, pledge and oflwrwlse whatsoever, whether real, persona) or mlwed or any interest thereto and fo dove fop, improve, subdivide, cultivate, farm, mine and otherwise work, manage, operate or control Ibn same, so far as oermltfrd bv annhcabfe Jaw. LEGAL NOTICE J. To plan, erect, build, remodel, enlarge, furnish, equip, purchase, l.-asc or otherwise acquire and to operate, conduct, 4cll. renl and otherwise control and dispose of houses, apariment houses and oltier buildings of all kinds and classes so far as permltled by applicable law. 5. To deal in franchises, licenses, prlvi leges and rights-of-way ot all kinds and clssos, so tar as permilted by applicable law. 6. To nrow, buy, sell, store, warehouse process, grade, pack, ship, market and to deal generally in ooods. waros, me. chandise, buildings, maintenances, matt rials and cquipmenl, so far as permilled by applicable law. 7. To Issue such Notes. Bonds, Deben lures, Contracts, or ofner security or evidences of indebtedness upon such terms and conditions and In such manner and form as maybe prescribed or doter mined by the Board of Directors, as far as per mil Ico by applicable law. B To purchase, acquire, An, hold, sell, assign, Iransler, mortgage, ptedfle or otherwise to acquire, dispose ot, hofd, or deal in Ihe shares ol slock, bonds, rfeben tures, noles or olher security or evidence of indebtedness of IhJs or any olhcr corporation, association or individual and lo exercise all Ihe rights, powers and privl leges ot ovvrrersfiio, including itic right fc vole Ihereon to the same extenl as a natural person mrnht or could do, so far as permitted by applicable law 9. To lend or invest its funds with or without security upon such terms and condilions as shall be prescribed or determined by Ihe Board of Direclors, $o far as permitted as applicable law. 10. To borrow money and to issue bond's, debenlures. noles, contracts and other evidences of indebtedness ol obliga- lions and from lime 1 lo lime for any lawful purpose to morlg^ge, pledge or otherwise change any or a'l of its prooerfy, property riohts, privileges and assets to secure the payment thereof, so far as permitted by applicable law. 1. To acl as agent, trustee, broker or Jn any olher fiduciary or represenlative capacity, so far as permitted by applica hie law. I?, To purchase, own, hold or apothe cale any pilenf righis. orivilt-ges, trademarks or secret processes, so far as permilted by applicable law. 13, To act as surety or guarantor and to undcrwrile in whole or part any contract, Issue of stock, bonds, debentures or other securities or evidences of indebtedness of any olher corporation or association or ol anv person or persons, so lar as permitted by applicable law. H To make and lo perform contracts of every kind and descrlplion to enter nlo foint venture anrt palnership agrec- menls wlfh Individuals and other corpo- LEGAL NOTICE raljons in carrying on Ils business tor the purpose of attaining and furthering anv ol its objects. To do anv and all things which a natural person might or could do in which now or hereinafter may be authorized by law and in general lo do and pertorm such acls and things and Irans act such business in connection wilh the toreooino obiecls not JnconsisJenl wJJh law as may be necessary and required DesiQnallon of any object or purpose herein shall npi be construed to be a limi tation or cualiticalion or in any manner To limit or restrict the purposes and oti jecl5 ot this Corporalion, so far as per milled by applicable law. ARTICLE V The authorized amouni ot capifal stock nf the Corporalion shall bo One Million (11,000.000.00) Dollars divided Into Ten Million (iiaooo.OuO.OO) shares of common lock ot Ihe par vafue of ten cents (S.iO per share which shall he Issued and pain for at such time and in such manner as Ihe Board of Direclors srtatl determine All or any portion til the capilal slock o the Corporation mav be issued in pay mcnl for real or personal properly, scr vices or other things of value lor the use and purposes of the Corporation and when so issued shall be fully paid the samcas Ihough paid for in cash and the directors sfidlf be Ihe sole iucfge of the value of any property, right or (him acquired In exchange for capital slock The shares of the capilal stock ol (he Corpoiafion when issued shall be full 1 paid and n on-accessible. A R T I C L E V I The Corporalion shafl have the right lo adopf By-Laws or enfer inlo Agreements wilh ils shareholders imposing reason able restrictions oo the sale, asslgnmeni or transfer of In* shares of Its capita slock In gfvino to the Corporation or its shareholders the preterenflal right or option to acquire shares of stock fn Ihe Corporalion ol shareholders desiring lo sell such shares or obligating Ihe Corpora lion lo redocm or purchase such shares. ARTICLE VII The business a f f a i r s of the Corporation shall be conducted hv a Board of Dfrec- fors of not less than rwo nor more lhan nine directors as shall be set lorlh in Ihe OV'Laws. Such Board of Dfrcclors shall be erected a! (lie annual mecling of Ihe slrxkholdors which shall be held on tne Jlsl dav ol December of each vear commencing with the vear 1975. The said directors shall serve unflJ Ihelr successors are clecled and qualified. The Board ol Directors shall have fhe power lo Ml Jill vacancies occurring m Ihelr number and each of the persons so sclccled to tllf a vacancy shall serve unfil the next annual meeting of the stockholders or LEGAL NOTICE until his successor is elected and has qualified. The Board ol Directors, with the consent and approval of Ihe stockholders owning two-thirds (%) of the issued and oulstanding capital stock of the Corporation, shall have Ihe full power to amend these Ariicles, adopt Bv-Laws and amend Ihe same, and make all rules and rcQuJations expedient (or Ihe management of the affairs of the Corporation unlil Ihcir successors are duly elected and qualified. The following persons shall serve as directors of Ihe Corporalion: HOWARDSLOANE 3-u West LasPalmaritas Phoenix, Arizona 85023 B A R B A R A M. SLOANE' 344 West Las Patmaritas Phoenix, Arizona 85021 ARTICLE VIII The time of Ihe commencement of this Corporation shall be from the date of Ihe issuance ot Ihe Certificate ot Incorporation and shall endure thereafter for a term of twenty-five (25) years wilh the privilege of renewal as provided by law, ARTICLE IX The executive officers of the corporation shall be at least three in number to include but not be limited lo Ihe President, Secrelarv and Treasurer. Any one oerson may hold two positions, but nol more lhan two positions as an executive official The Board of Direclors may determine other execullve offices and such olher assistants and officers as they may deem and desJonate in the By-Laws. The executive officers shall be elected bv the Board of Directors immediately afler each annual meeting of Ihe stockholders and shall hold office for one (1) year or unfll Ihefr successor is elected and quaff- 'ied, The Officers need not be members of Ihe Board of Directors. The Board of Directors shall have Ihe power and au- Ihority lo fill any vacancy occurring among the executive officers ol Ihe Cor- porallon until Ihelr successor is duly elected and qualified. The following persons shall serve as officers of Ihe Corporation until successors are elected At the next meellng of the Board. HOWARD SLOANE, President DAVID BELL, Vice-president Secretary B A R B A R A M. SLOANE, Treasurer ARTICLE X TJie highest amount of Incttbtedr.ess or liability direct or contingent lo which the Corporation shall at any time subject Ihemselves shall not exceed two-thirds fit of Ihe authorised caoilal stork. A R T I C L E X I Privale property of the stockholders, directors and officers ol Ihe Corporalion Mall be forever exempt from ils corporate debls and obligations ot any kind whatsoever. LEGAL NOTICE ARTICLE XII The Corporation does hereby appoint PETER T. VAN BAALEN, whose address is 1650 First Nallonal Bank Plaza, 100 West Washington, Phoenix, Arizona B5003, and has been a bona fide resident ol the State ot Arizona for at least three (3) years, its lawful agent in the State of Arizona, for and on behalf of saJd Corpo- ralion to accepl and acknowledge service of and upon who may be served process in any acl I on or proceeding lhat may be brought against this Corporation In any ot Ihe Courts of Ihe State of Arizona, such service of process or ih* acceptance thereof by said agent endorsed Ihereon lo have Ihe same force and effect as if served upon any officer ot Ihe Corporation. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we, the undersigned, have hereunto set our hands this 2nd dav ot January, 1976 HOWARDSLOANE BARBARA M. SLOANE STATE OF ARI£ONA ss. County of Maricopa On this, the 2nd day at January, 1974, before me, Ihe undersigned Notary Public, personally appeared HOWARD SLOANE, known to me (or satisfactorily proven) to be the person whose name is subscribed fo fhe wilhin fnslrumenl and acknowledged that he executed Ihe same for the purposes therein contained. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto sel my hand and official seal PETER T. VAN BAALEN Notary Public Mv Commission Expires: Aug. 17, 1978 STATE OF ARIZONA SS. Counly ol Maricopa On this, the 2nd day of January, 1976. before me, the undersigned Notary Public, personally appeared BARBARA M SLOANE, known to me (or satisfactorily proven) to be fhe person whose name Is subscribed lo fhe within Instrument and acknowledged that she executed the same for the purposes (herein contained. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and official seal PETER T. VAN BAALEN Notary Public My Commission Expires: AUO, T7, 1978 Publish; Feb. 6, 7,9, 10, 11, 12, 1976 The Tucson Dally Clll/en STATE OF A R I Z O N A Corporation Commission To all lo Whom Ihese Presents shall Come, Greetings 1, EVO J. De CONCINI, secretary of Ihe Arl?ona Corporation Commission, do ·wrcby cerlffy lhal Ihe annexed Is a true and complete copy ot Ihe ARTICLES OF 7 760 N. CRAYCROFT [ARIZONA'S LARGEST REMODELERl H ALSO O BEDROOMS i FAMILY ROOMS * REMODELING * KITCHENS ° PATIO COVERS ° SCREEN ROOMS * LEGAL NOTICE INCORPORATION Of BARR'S SUPERIOR PAINT BODY SHOP. INC. which were tiled In Ihe office ot the Arizona Corporation Commission on the IStti day o( January. 1976, as provided bv law. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the official seal of Ihe Arizona Corporalion Commission, at the capitol In the cltv ot Phoenix, this lith day oi January, 197A Bv EVO J. De CONCINI, Secrelarv A R T I C L E S OF INCORPORATION OF B A R R ' S SUPERIOR PAINT BODY SHOP, INC. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we the undersigned do hereby associate ourselves tooettier tor tne purpose of forming a corporation under the laws of Ihe Slale of Arizona, and do hereby adopt, sum and acknowledge Ihe following Articles of Incorporation- ARTICLE I: The names of the incorporates and their respective address are: Stanley L. Barr, M16 w. AHeghanev, T"cson, Arizona, IBamac Barr, 1416 w. Alleohanev. Tucson, Arizona and Dean A. Lester, 1740 w. Klamalh Drive, rue- son, Arizona. ARTICLE II: The name ol the corpora- lion shall be: Barr's Superior Paint and Body Shoo, Inc A . R JICLE III: Tne principal place af which business ol Ihe corporation Is to be transacted is P[ma County, Arizona, and shall also have (he power to eslablish branches, subsidiaries, or divisions In any state, territory, or colony of the United States, or in any foreign country or place, and lo conduct business In all Its branches, subsidiaries or divisions, as may be determined by the Board ol Directors of Barr's Superior Paint and Body Shop, Inc. ARTICLE IV: The time and commencement of Ihls corporallon shall be when the Arl/cles have been filed In Hie office of he Corporation Commission of the State of Arizona at Its office In Phoenix, Arizona and a certified copy thereof Is recorded In Ihe office of tho Counly Recorder's In Pima County, Arizona, and the corporation's termination shall be 25 (twcnty.flvel years thercaller with Ihe privilege of renewal as provided bv law A R T I C L E V: The general nature of Ihe business lo be transacted by Ihe Corporation at any branch, subsidiary, or division In any slate territory or colony of tlie United States, or In any foreign country or nface is as follows: To conducl the business ol a body and fender repair shop. Including but not limited lo body repair, fender repair, painting, sanding and detail work both on Ihe exterior and Interior of automobiles, boats, trucks buses, airplanes, bicycles, motorcycles, railroad cars and engines and also do mechanical work, weFdino and culling, soldering, frame sfralprtfen- LEGAL NOTICE Ing and alignment, buying and selling, assigning, leasing or otherwise acquiring salvage cars, parts and accessories; to operate a lowing and storage service for customers of the Corporation and for any Slate. Federal, County or City Governmental unll, and for Ihe general public To hold meellngs al any branch in any slate, territory or colony of the United stales, or In any foreign country or Place, to carry on any other lawful business whatsoever, to do all and everything necessary ar,d advantageous in connection wilh and lor the accomplishment of Ihe foregoing or which Is calculated, dl- recllv or indirectly, lo promote Ihe Inter- csl of Ihe Corporation, and to do any or all things herein before set forth to do Ihe same extent as a natural person could dp, all upon such terms and conditions as (he Board ol Directors may determine. In furlherance of Ihe preservation and acquisition ol capital assets and In con- dueling It's ordinary business the Corpo- ralion shall have IhE following powers: To take acquire, make contracts, buy, hold, own, maintain, mortgage, exchange. Improve, Insure, and otherwise deal In and dispose ot Improved and unimproved real property, personal properly, pose ot Improved and unimproved real property, personal properly, lo buy and sell commercial paper and other evidences of Indebtedness lo loan, Invest and borrow money, to Issue shares ol slock, debenlures bonds, noles, conditional sales contracts and other obllgalions and evidences of Indebtedness and secure Ihe same bv real or chattel mortgages or olherwlse or upon such olhcr security or terms as may rearranged; to. handle, conlrol, Issue, cancel, retire and reissue shares ol its own capital slock, to own, hold, buy, handle, control, vote, sell, guarantee, deliver and otherwise deal In stocks, bonds, debentures, and securities of any other corporation or person. To enler Into partnerships or Into any arrangement for sharing of profits, union of In- Icresf, co-operative, joint venture, reciprocal concession or otherwise, wilh any person or company carrying on or en- R agcd In or about to carry on or engage i any business or transaction which Ihe comoanv or person is authorized lo carry on or engage In or any business or transaction capable of being conducted so as to dircclly or indlrecllv benellt the company,- and to lend money, to guarantee contracts ot, or otherwise asslsl any such person or company, and to take or otherwise acquire shares or securities ol any such company; and to sell, hold, reissue, wilh or without guaranty, or otherwise deal wilh Ihe same The loregoing paragraphs shall he conslrued as Ihe obiecls, purpose and powers of mi! Corporation, anrt II is r LEGAL NOTICE 1 Funwl Notices TUCSON MORTUARY South Chapel. Mass will be offered Tuesday 10:30 a.m. at Santa Cruz Church. Interment in Holy Hope Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Mike, Henry, and Robert Arreola, Juan R. Lopez, Benjamin P. Jacobs and Ralph Morales. BENJAMIN, Chester W., 79, passed away February 7, 1976. Survived by wife, Frances, of Tucson; son, Rodney D. Benjamin; daughter, Mrs. Betty L. Anderson, both of Mich.; sister, Mrs. Esther Ley, of. Tucson; brother L. V. Benjamin, of Oregon; eight grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren. Memorial services will be held at the 1st United Methodist Church Mon. day 10 a.m. BENNINGTON, Helen, 89, of Tucson, passed away February 7, 1976. Survived by son, Harry Bennington, of Kansas; daughter, Dorothy Hildberg, nf Tucson; three grandchildren; four great-grandchildren, Services and interment will be Wednesday al Rose Hill's Memorial Park. Whiltier, Calif. Mrs. Benninglon was a life member of The Eastern Star. Local arrangements by ADAIR FUNERAL HOME, Dodge and Speedway. BRADY, John, 90, died February 7, 1976. Survived by wife, Anita; son, John D. Brady, of Calif.; three daughters, Gloria Barbea, Vivian Arellano, Mildred Clark, all of Tucson; 16 grandchildren; six great-grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Monday at 8 p.m. in the ARIZONA MORTUARY CHAPEL, University at Slone. Mass will be celebrated Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. Margaret's Church wilh graveside services by Veteran WWI Barracks #2713. Friends may call Monday after Noon and evening at ARIZONA MORTUARY, University al Stone. CAFFALL, Margaret M., 79, passed away February 9, 1976. Services arrangements to be announced by Hudgel's SWAN FUNERAL HOME, 22nd Swan. 747-2525. CROSBY, Katharyn J., 86, called to rest February 2, 1976 in Phoenix, Az. Member of Sunshine Chapter #38 O.E.S. and Tash Tonlik Court #10 Order of Amaranth. Arrangements were held by Moore Mortuary in Phoenix. EITLEMAN, Lawrence E., 64, of Tucson, died February 7, 1976, Survived by wife, Helen; daughter, Mrs. William Tillits, of Wappingers Falls, N.Y.; sister, Mrs..Edith Ownes, of Lafayette, N.Y.; two grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Mass will be celebrated 9:30 a.m. Wednesday in St. Cyrils Catholic Church. Rosary will be recited 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the PALMS MORTUARY CHAPEL. Burial will be in Tucson Memorial Park East Lawn. Friends may call at PALMS MORTUARY, 5225 E. Speedway, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 xm. Tuesday. FACIO, Maria D., 68, passed away Feb. 7, 1976. Mother of Roberto and Guillermo Facio, sister of Mrs. Adriana Olguin, vlrs. Lupe Leon, and Mrs. Eugenia Huerta; six grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Monday al 7:30 p.m. al Holy Family Church and mass will x offered Tuesday at 9 a.m. al Holy Family Church. Interment m Holy Hope Cemetery. Arrangements' by TUCSON MORTUARY. FRANKS, Vivian M., 69, of 620 W. Limberlost, Tucson, passed away Feb. 7, 1976. Survived by wife, Margarel. Friends may call from 1 to 5 Sunday al HUDGEL'S SWAN FUNERAL HOME. Services and interment will be in Amhon, Iowa. GOLDEN, Charles O., 77, an artist and resident of Tucson for ihe past 40 years, died February 5, 1976. Survived by brolher, Daylon Golden, of Fla.; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at ihe ARIZONA MORTUARY EASTSIDE CHAPEL, 4601 E. 1st SI., (1 block W. of Swan Road) from noon Sunday and Monday until 3 p.m. interment in Clarksburg West Virginia. GORMAN Jr., James P., 5 months, of Yuma, died February 7, 1976. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Gorman, of Yuma. Graveside services II LEGAL NOTICE expressly Intended that said objects t o a t c d l o r c 1 I 1 !? 1 'mount as prescribed by lav/ ARTICLE VIM: The affairs of the Cor poration shall be conducted by a Board of Directors consisting ol no" less lhan eT^ EX" ,', ha £ ic r n ' "Men "· l£S clecled annually by the slockhotdcrs at ^.T, 1 !" 1 mcc , lln « ol the stockholders and shall serve lor one year or unlll thVl? successors are elected and qualified The directors need not be stockholders ol C f l Board = Dlre ' n ° The Board ot Directors shall nave Dower to adopl hy-laws and ID change or amend said by-laws as may be expedient. Any and all vacancies thai may occur in the Board ol Directors or In anv office mav be filled bv Ihe remaining: dlrcclors and UK ncrson 10 cliosen to fill the vacancy shall serve tlurlna Ihe unex- plred term ol his nrct/ecossor and unlil his successor bo clecletl rtml qualified. ine Board ol Direclors miv rimend the f/ ','cles of Incorooratlon l,y a Iwo-lhlrds (W vote ol the Hoard nl anv annual mectlnp, or at any special nveellnu called tor that purpose. ,. ARTICLE XI: The private property 01 he stockholders or thli Corporation shall L A vcr 5?, ?*empl from ah corporale debts and liabilities. ARTICLE XII: DEAN A. L E S T E R ol Ji;"on. Pima County. Arizona who has been a bona tide resident of the Slate ol Arizona or al leasl ihrec years. Is here- TMnS£2Si'" M . l " ! '·'"'"' 8 ° cnl "' thls JWDpratlon. to accept and acknowlcdoe service and upon whom may b'e served ^"""sarv process or processes , in 5" v a cllon. suit, or proceedings lhal may be brought aoalnsf Ihls CorDoratior Mn any court ol the Slale ol Arl.cS/, and lo? lr «...i:3 3 u'uviuetj oinerw sc 6v safd Bvm w ih' 'if.W' m «'lios shall beheki on ihe tlilrd Tuesflav ol December tit "V vcar. Special meellnos may be hefd at such time arid ,,!,,, ina ,,, s^hVian- ner as mav be nroscrlbed by Ihe By. Laws ol Ihe Corporation. Al ihe annual meellna. or any scccial mee loo called (or "l?L, n i! rposl! ' lhcsc Arllclos may be , vo ' c of fhc ""lorlly o!Ihe A R T I C L E X: The oflicers ol Ihe Corporation shall consist of a President vice Presidcnls, Secretary and Treasurer, ana such other olllcers as the Board of Directors mav from time to time elect Any ofllcc mav be consolidated and held bv one person. The officers shall be elect- cd bv the Board of Directors at Ihc annual meeting ol Ihe Board aller Ihe annual meeting of the stockholders and said officers shall hold oflice for one vear and until Ihelr successors shall have been elected and qualified The Mrs) officers ol the corporalion shall be elected bv the Board of Direclors al Iheir lirst mectinj alter the Board's election. PUBLIC NOTICE P»vis U ed n Vtatu'« U 'Na?i 4 '' 28 "' Ariiora dalcXlh^'TM"''* *?'TO E. nan 1 Iran^i,'", 1 ^ 00 ' is ^'"O s ° la and transferred lo Duane and Margaret '"·van. Effective dale Thursday, Feb' Tho Tur'snn Dallv Citlien LEGAL iVOTICE , IN W I T N E S S WHEREOF, we have here- b n [?im° Ur ' h ' !ndS Ihls ll day ol Novcm- (S EAL ' )ncoroorator and statutory aeenl STATE OF ARIZONA COUNTY OF PIMA DEAN A. LESTER, Nolarv Public My commission exolres May 10 1977 100413 ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION Incorporation Division FILED JAN. IS. OT« At 8:^5 a.m. at request ol

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