WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 19 BUSINESS NEWS Offices Remodeled By Tucson Federal Tucson Federal Savings Loan Association has remodeled 5,500 square feet of space at its downtown office for a centralized mortgage loan operation, Alfred F. Kerr, president, announced today. The quarters are located on the second floor of the firm's new office building, the former Equitable Life structure, on the southeast corner of N. Stone Ave. and E. Pennington St. It was purchased last year from Tuc- sonian Harold Steinfeld. "For the first time, all of our mortgage loan processing operations will be in one area," Kerr continued. "Previously some of the processing work was performed at the branch offices. However, applications for home loans still can be made at any Tucson Federal branch." Kerr said that Tucson Federal expects to process approximately $25 million in new loans through the new department in 1963. Children's Parade, Fiesta de la Placita This Weekend --Ray Wlanley Pholo REMODELING INSPECTED Gordon Paris ( l e f t ) , executive vice president of Tucson Federal Savings Loan Association, and Roy Swingle, a vice president and loan officer, stand in the firm's new mortgage loan quarters at the downtown office. Man Found Dead Of Gunshot Wound Police said a dairy em- ploye went into his back yard at 5 a.m. today and killed himself with a rifle. Officers said Millard L. Borland, 43, of 1007 E. Simmons St., suffered a fatal wound in the abdomen. The body was taken to Arizona Mortuary, Patrolman Thomas Allen said Borland's wife, Alice, reported he was concerned about his arthritis. "No wonder everyone's talking about the CASA MADERA model at the Parade of Homes. The different woods used in it look so beautiful." "I know. And U smells good, too." See the distinctive Casa Madera, quality built by the Tucson Lumber Dealers Association, at the 1963 Parade of Homes, 9001 E, Speedway. Opon weekdays 1 Â»o Â» p.m., Salurdav noon to Â» p.m., Sunday II a.m. to Â» p.m. through May U. Tucson Lumber Dealers Association Builders Supply * Lumber Co. Grant Road Lumber Co. Midway Lumber, Inc. J. Knox Corbet! Lumber Co. Lumber Distributors, Inc. O'Malley Lumber Co. TUCSON ATTORNEY GETS SAB POST Tucson attorney Robert E. Haul has been appointed an assistant trust officer for the Southern Arizona Bank Trust Co., Robert W. Heyer, president, announced today. Kaul, a partner in the firm of Royal, Carlson and Kaul since 1961, has specialized in trust guardianship proceedings and estate planning. He also is an author of case digests for trust publications. Kaul graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1951 and received his law degree from that school in 1954. MCMILLAN MORTGAGE OPENS BRANCH HERE The McMillan Mortgage Co., of Los Angeles, has opened a branch in the Solot Realty Co. offices. 2555 E. Broadway, T. C. McMillan, president, announced today. McMillan said that Solot Realty members Bruce L. Felber and Bernard A. Rosen- program, baum have been appointed to handle the company's business in Tucson. The McMillan company has offices in California, Nevada and Arizona and represents more than 100 lending institutions in the United States and Canada. GENERATOR FIRM FORMED BY 2 Richard L. Yrigoyen, former owner of Always Better Generators, and Leo C. Montano, formerly with Tucson Generator Exchange, 119 W. 31st St., have organized a partnership called Alternator Generator Exchange, 325 E. 36th St. Yrigoyen has been in business for a year and a half and in the generator trade for 15 years. Both he and Montano are natives of Tucson. CHAMBER OFFICIAL AT STATE MEETING Joseph Scott, manager of the governmental affairs department of the Tucson Chamber of Commerce, is attending the Arizona Chamber of Commerce Managers Association-Arizona State University chamber management seminar today and Thursday at Tempe. Topics to be discussed include organization management, finance, budget, program of work and communications. By MARGE KUEHLTHAU The Fiesta de la Placita, a two-day celebration, and the annual Children's Costume Parade, the two final events on this year's Tucson Festival calendar, will be held this weekend at La Placita Park. The children's costume parade, sponsored by the Tucson Festival Society and the Cataiina J u n i o r Woman's Club, will begin at 3 p.m. Saturday. FOR THE PAST 10 years, this colorful event has marked the opening of the Fiesta de la Placita, and the short pa- ROBERT E. KAUL Riiicon Teacher To Go To Russia Eugene Bruce, Russian and Spanish teacher at Rincon High School, will participate in a language development program this summer which includes a five-week tour of the Soviet Union. He was among 41 high school teachers in the country selected for the program, provided under the National Defense Education Act. The teachers selected will attend the University of Indiana for five weeks, starting June 12, and then fly to Russia. While in the Soviet Union, the teachers will be required to speak only Russian. The course of study is described as a "living language laboratory" and all expenses are provided under the NDEA Delay Sought In Trial Of Narteii Attorneys for suspected slayer Karl N a r t e n want a six- month delay in his trial or the case moved to another county. They feel that Narten could not get a f a i r trial at this time because of the tremendous amount of publicity the case received. "We want time to allow the passions of the community to subside," said attorney Jack Podret in his motion filed yesterday. "We also would like more time to prepare our case." Podret and Narten's co- counsel, attorney William Tinney Jr., will present oral arguments on their request at 9:30 a.m. next Tuesday before Judge Herbert F. Krucker. Narten, 32, is accused of first-degree murder in the fatal shooting of University of Arizona student Rickel M. Hansen, 23, and of assault with intent to commit murder in the wounding of Hanson's coed fiancee, Patricia Crosby, 20. The couple was shot Jan. 31 while on an outing in the Redington Pass area. Podret contends that Narten could not possibly have a trial composed of impartial jurors at this time because of the current feelings of the community. He added that he had not received reports from psychiatrists and other data necessary to the defense of the case. rade will end in La Placita Park where $100 in silver dollars will be awarded ;or prize-winning costumes. The only street parade exclusively for children in the Southwest, it is open to all elementary school boys and girls in grades one through six. Children are asked to assemble at 2:30 p.m. on Scott Avenue just north of Congress Street. The parade route will be west on Congress to Court Avenue and south on Court to La Placita Park. Small, hand-drawn floats may be entered in this year's parade. Twelve prizes of five silver dollars each will be awarded for the best boy and girl costumes in four categories: Indian, Mexican, cowboy and pioneer. Three grand sweepstake prizes of $10 each also will be given for the best boy and girl in the parade and the most authentic group with a float. MRS. DONALD EWING and Mrs. Maurice Stewart are serving as cochairmen for the The fiesta is a typical Mexican street fair. It annually attracts more than 10,000 visitors to La Placita Park for music, dancing and singing, and puestos, which are small b o o t h s offering Mexican games, food and drink. On Saturday night, Miss Angie Valencia, sponsored by the Club Rubi, will be crowned queen of the fiesta. Princesses will be Miss Gloria Felix, sponsored by Club Mavis, and Miss Alice Perez, representing Club Arco Iris. The three girls of Mexican descent were chosen on the basis of poise, beauty and personality f r o m 13 club- sponsored contestants. Guests of honor at the celebration will be Gov. Paul Fannin; Tucson Mayor Lew Davis; Ernest Mejia Sr. mayor of South Tucson; Cosme Hinojosa, Mexican consul; Robert MacCartee, president of the Tucson Festival Society; from Howard Siofft Mother's Day Suggestion children's event. The Fiesta de la Placita will begin at 5 p.m. following the children's parade, and will be held both Saturday and Sunday evenings. ARA SERVICE On All Major Appliance Repairs And Cooling PHONE: 325-3313 24-HR. EMERGENCY SERVICE PH. 298*0321 Carlos McCormick, supreme commander of the Alianza, and Mrs. Thayer Painter, Tucson author. Prescriptions FAST FREE DELIVERY PH. EA 7-4521 SWAN DRUG 4817 Bv SPEEDWAY (in Ptnecrest Center) ILLNESS AT HOME L "Simmon* 11 Hospital Bed Make* It Easier on Everyone Pate*ii Vept mlorlobla at of Â· cratV, or "Foomex" ft iheefing Included. ABBIt 1501 E. 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