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Obituaries M<M* Obitoarle*, Pages 24, 25 Dr. G. B. Kent, 76, •Long-Time Visitor '£ Private services and crema^ .iiiori for Dr. George Benjamin $vent, 76, who had been a surgeon, in Denver 50 years, were wield yesterday. I Dr. Kent, 4717 E. Indian Bend, wied Monday in Doctors Hospi- ',ial. He had been a winter resident of Phoenix the past 22 frears. He was garduated from ijndiana University and .the medical school there. He served in the Medical Corps during World War I. He received a fellowship at the Mayo Clinic from 1921 to J924. Currently he was on the (staff of the Presbyterian Hospital at Denver. Dr. Kent was a founding member of the Paradise Valley Country Club, and was a member of the Cherry Hills Country Club and a 32nd degree Mason Jewel McCleskey SELIGMAN — Services for Mrs. Jewel McCleskey, 59, who died Wednesday at Williams Hospital, will be at 1 p.m. today at the Foursquare Church here. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery, Prescott. Mrs. McCleskey, a native of Graham, Okla., had been a Seligman resident 20 years. She was a member of the Four Square Church and the Order of Eastern Star. Surviving are her husband, Bill; two sons, L. D. Collins of Teral, Okla., and L. E. Collins of Fritch, Tex.; two daughters, Mrs. Mae Paden of Belan, N. M., and Mrs. Annie Jackson of Wheeler, Tex.; two brothers and two sisters out of state; 12 grandchildren and 3 great- grandchildren. Friends may call at the church from 9 a.m. to service time, Lester L. Ruffner Funeral Home, Williams, announced. Joseph Brockly YUMA — Rosary for Joseph Brockly, 62, who died yesterday in Parkview Baptist Hospital, will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Doxon's Yuma Mortuary, 551 W. 16th St. Catholic graveside rites will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Yuma Cemetery. Mr. Brockly, who lived at 885 S. Bell, was a member of the Elk's Lodge here and the Catholic Church. He was a retired bricklayer. A native of France, Mr. Brockly was naturalized in 1939. Survivors include two sons, Richard of Bayou Le Batre, Ala., and Robert of Sunnyvale, Calif.; one daughter, Mrs. Louise White of Pendleton, Ore.; one brother and three sisters from out of state; and 14 grandchildren. in Denver. He was born in Indiana. Survivors include his wife, Hazel; two sons, Dr. George B. Kent Jr. of Phoenix, Dr. Robert H. Kent of Colorado Springs; a daughter, Rebecca E. Kent of Paradena, Calif.; a sister out of state; and eight grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to the Maricopa County Heart Association. Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home made arrangements. Abbott J. Sunna CASA BLANCA—Services for Abbott John Sunna, 13, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Casa Blanca Presbyterian Church. Abbott was fatally injured when a car struck his horse ast Friday near Sacaton. He died Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix. He was a student at the Elementary School there. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Sunna of 'asa Blanca; 10 brothers and 'ive sisters; and his grandfather, Elmo P. Sunna of Phoenix. Friends may call at the family home after 5 p.m. today. Burial will be in Vah Ki Cemetery. Irrigation SAN CARLOS PROJECT 24 hrs. ended 7 a.m. Feb. 28, 1968 Capacity, acre - feet, 1,285,000 Available storage, acre-feet, 523,329 24-hr, discharge, acre-feet, 700 Reservoir gain, acre-feet, 5,351 SALT RIVER PROJECT NORMAL FLOW PERIOD NO. t From 12:01 a.m. Feb. 26 to 11:55 p.m. March 4 Is for use on land in cultivation In or before 1909. Short variation In rivers entltl* lands In cultivation In or before th« following years to a portion of full period accumulation as follows: 1906. 87.5%: 1907, 75%; 1909, 87.5% ROOSEVELT LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation APACHE LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation CANYON LAKE Legal Advertising NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the Maricopa County Junior College District will receive bids for the furnishing of all labor, materials, transportation and services required for a New Condenser Water System. Maricopa Technical College, 106 East Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona. Each bid will be In accordance with the drawings and specifications on file at the Business Office of the Maricopa County Junior College District. The drawings and specifications may be examined and copies obtained at the office of Lowrv & Sorensen Engineering Co.. Inc., 2535 West Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona, upon deposit of $25.00. The deposit will be refunded upon return of the drawings and specifications in good condition within five (5) days alter date of bid opening. The general prevailing rate of per diem wages for each craft, type of workman or mechanic needed to execute the contract, as ascertained from the Industrial Commission of Arizona and on file therewith for the locality of this contract. Is herewith Incorporated by reference and made a part thereof and such rates shall be the mandatory minimum rate of wages paid by the Contractor and any Subcontractor under him to all laborers, workmen and mechanics employed by them in the execution of the contract. Each bid shall be made out on a form to be obtained at the office of the Engineer: shall be accompanied by a Certified or Cashier's Check or Bid Bond for five per cent (5%) of the amount of the bid. made payable to the order of Arizona State Board of Directors for Junior Colleges, to be returned to the respective bidders upon the execution of a satisfactory surety company Bond and Contract with the successful bidder; shall be sealed and filed at the Office of Business Services Division, M.C.J.C. District, 106 East Washington Street, phoenix, Arizona, on or before 3:00 p.m.. Monday, March 11, 1968. Bids will be opened and publicly read aloud Immediately after the hour oF closing at the above mentioned office. Certified or Cashier's Check or Bid Bond will be given as a guarantee that the successful bidder will enter Into the Contract If awarded Mm and shall be declared forfeited as liquidated damages If said bidder refuses to enter into said Contract after being requested so to do by the Maricopa County Junior College DI Msricopa County Junior Colleas District reserves the right to relect any or all bids or waive any Informality in a bid. bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thlry (30) days after the date set for the bid opening thereof and each bidder shall be an Artzor.a Licensed Con' Arizona State Board of Directors for Junior Colleges Dated: February, I960 J. W Flower By: W. James Miller. Secretary Maricooa County Junior College District. Published: Arizona Republic: March l, 2. 3. 4, 5, 6. 1968; Phoenix Gazette: March 1, 2, 4. 5, 6, 1968. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Board oi f ducatlon of Phoenix Union High School yslem District No. 210 of Maricopa County. Arizona, for the following: Diplomas — Bid Call No. 6-39 Sealed bids are to be filed with the Diyislon of Supply and Property. 415 East Grant Street, Phoenix. Arizona, on or before 10:00 a.m., March 12, 1968 al which time they will be publicly openec and read by the Assistant Superintendent for Business Services or his duly authorized representative. Specifications to which this bid call must conform are available at the Divi sion of Supply and Property. BOARD OF EDUCATION PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEM DISTRICT NO. 210 OF MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA /s" WILLIAM D. BOSTROM Published: Ariiona Republic, March 1, 2. 3, 1968; Phoenix Gazette, March 1, 2. 1968. 1481,500 1,302,226 2,136 2,131 245,1 240,1 _ 1,914 1,912 Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation SAHUARO LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation HORSESHOE LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation BARTLETT LAKE Capacity, acre feet Storage, acre feet Maximum elevation Present elevation 57,852 45,816 1,660 1,647 69,765 67,264 1,529 1,527 139,238 106,794 2,026 2,013 178,477 148,428 1,798 1,786 TOTAL STORED WATER Total capacity, acre feet 2,072,050 Total storage, acre feet 1,910,700 Total year ago, acre feet 1,638,144 Marriage Licenses ADAMS-ADAMS, Newell B., 37, 9208 N. Fourth St., Virginia J., 29, 9208 N Fourth St. ALLEN-LEMONS, Jerry W., 25, 261J N. Slst St., Joyce E., 20, Gilbert BARFIELD-PARKS, Steven R. 20, : Nancy Jane, 20, both of Scotts- BARNES-LAUX, John, 27, Tempe; Diane Jeane. 18, 4043 W. Sierra Vista. COLLINS-FUSHEK, John M., 19, 1017 E. Bethany Home; Lynette Marie, 18, 901 E. Rovey. CRAIG-ROBINETTE, John Douglas, . FANJOY-PASSON, Bruce W., 19, Tempe; Karen Joan, ' 17, Scottsdale. FELKER-GREEN, John Peter, 21, Mesa; Myrtle Molly, 18 Chandler. FOOTE-PFEFFERKORN, 'Philip D., 28, 5314 N Seventh St.; Vance, 22, 3113 E. Marlposa. FOX-PARTLOW, Ben Everett, legal age; Nell Lewis, legal age, both of Scottsdale. GIVEN-WALM5LEY, William Allan, 31, 6030 N. 15th St.; Vicki Louise, 21, 4410 N. 49th Drive. GOLDBERG-ROUSH, Chester K., -, eser ., legal age, Prescott; Marylee M., HA e N 9 ? l OC a K 9 . e l TU I R°RA W L-DE MiSSOUI .. JONE5%BELL5, C. Lee, 46, 351 E. Thomas; J u a n 1 1 a, 42, 349 E. Thomas. JUERGENS-MOSLEY, Erick A., 19, 4242 N. 34th Place; Deborah A., 18, 6546 N. 41st Drive. LIVfeLY-COLLINS, Daniel E., 18, 8802 N. 39th Ave.; Deborah Lynn, 16, 3031 W. Campbell. LOWMAN-POTTER, William James, 27, 10250 N. 13th Ave.; Rosemary, 21, 1501 W. North Lane. LOWRY-KIMBALL, Jon McCurdy, 21, Luke AFB; Martha E., 18 2228 W. Poinsetta Drive. LYDIC-EWING, Harold Leroy, 19, Glendale; Karen B., 19, 4131 E. McDowell. MONTOYA-CHAVEZ, Alfonso, 24, Lupe, 26, both or Chandler. MOONEY-GOODWIN, James A., 19, 1207 E. 19th St.; Barbara J. 19 3940 W. Claremont. McCLUSKY-JOHNSON, Gary A., 30, Tempe; Eileen, 22, Chicago. ORTEGA-SALINAS, Angel Martinez, 19, 1805 E. Sunland; Juanita Zapata, 18, 1641 E. Coronado ORTIZ-NATIVIDAD, Jose Maria, 37; Mary O., 24. bolh of Mesa. RIGGLE-RIGGLE, Jim L., 25, 208 W. Coolidge; Barbara C., 208 W. Coolidge. TORRES-MORALES, Richard F., 21, 1114 E. Gibson Lane; Theodora A., 19, 1212 E. Cocopah VanCLEAVES-STEVENS, Donald Roy, 22, 13216 N. 21st Place: Cynthia L., 19, 3126 N. 48th Place. ARMSTRONG-RISK, James S., 22, 2502 W. Village Drive; Judith H., 21. 36 E. Virginia. JONES-NOBLE, Robert Leroy, 20, Luke AFB; Judy Lordene, 21, Glendsle. ACEDO-VELA5QUEZ, Charles S., 21, 706 S. First St.; Irma G., 19, 105 Tonto. ASMUS-HIEB, Larry Dale, 19, 6723 N. 14th St.; Edith Elaine, 17, 819 E. Rivery. BECKWITH-FERRETTI, Georg* Henry, 34, 353 E. Thomas; Kath- erlne, 29, Scottsdale. BERLIS • RIEMENSCHNEIDER, David, 19, 3434 N. 48th Ave.; Karla, 17, 2507 W. Palo Verde. BEVERLY-BELVEL, Amos, 24; Donna Rose, 27, ooth of Mesa BETTIN-BRAY, Allen E , 21, 6227 W. Elm; Susa James, 21, Scottsdale. BLANTON-WOOD James F., 20, 531 W. Glenrosa; Mary K., 16, 36 E. Indianola. BOWERS-MERRILL, Roy Lagene, 25; Marleno. 24. both of Mesa. BROOKS-JANCOVICH, Bryan David, 21. Williams AFB; Louise C., 21, 6605 S. 12th St. BRUNELLE-ALPHIN, William Albert, 26, 2531 E. Monroe; Wilma Lee, 23, 725 E. Alta Vista. CARAJAl -MORENO, Carlos, 19; Juanita, 17, both of Peorla. CARR-HUMPHREY, Euqene, 21, 1726 E. Monroe; Gloria Dean, 16, 1726 E. Monroe. • COOK-SMITH, Adrian B., 42, Arcadia. Calif.; Sarah R., 43, LaVurne, Calif. COWDEN-O'DONNELL, John Allen. 33, Clear Creek, Colo.; Margaret Ann, 25, Tempe. CRIDDLE-AUSTIN, Larry Gene, 25, 3635 E. Anne; Cynthia Mae, 19, 2114 E. Madison. CUDA-BELZIL, Russell, 25; Margaret Susan, 20, both of Scottsdale. DEWAR-MIKU, Lain Potts, 25, Vancouver, B.C.; Marilyn Aurella, 26, 1487 E. Osborn. DEVARAJ-MINNS, S. John, 33, 340 N. 5th Ave.; Mary C., 23, 2026 W. DOERRER-PEATTIE, William Owen, 23, 4005 N. 14th Ave.; Martha Lee, 21, 7802 N. Seventh Ave. t Marriage Licenses OtMUMftUf, A8r2n.JP>,, 21, Yuma; L B\.Jft/W! ^SR'Ald,Gen*, 31; Myrtle, HAK(f^LE»t, Kenneth C., legal m 3315. N. 17th Drive; Sonia Aarl*, legal age, 2021 N. 17th /. 22; Dee Deborah J., 20> ...r Stan Doylt, 28, ... Jt,; Sharon Anne, 17, JO S RDA S N?COR_ELL, Alan Dale, 23; Dolores Marie, 20, both of Icotts- R?veVside; Gay,' 26f C *Jio w. Ronv KR/diSE-KILLIAN, Frank William, 11, 35, 1225 N. 43rd Place; Margie - -' l — N. 43rd Place. «.AK, Buck Junior, 23, h Drive; Dona, 17, Marl- 22, 2575, w. Berrldae Lane. MAAQUEt-CHESLEY, Daniel Barcelona, 41; Betty Ollie, 40, both of MOAT a ES 5 .WAT6RMAN, Dean Terry, 50, 5508 E. Calle Ventura; June Muriel, 44, Scottsdale. McDANIEL^-HUFFMAN, Cyrus J., 66, 142 W. Stella Lane; Ida L., 56, ftJMltf&mflK- Manuel^, 222 E. Southgate; Mary S., 40, 221 PARD S UE t - h C 9 Op i ELAND, John D., 22, 2447 W. Orchid Lane; Shlrpley A., Jack, 20( Janice Faye, 19, both of RENTER'IA-CANEZ, jimmy D., IB, 1206 S. 19th Place; Dalla O., 17, RODRIQ'UEZ^GRANADO, Jesus 6., *; 24, 1.. D,2 759 E. Moneclto; Jane, 25, 1562 E. SIMsSl'ATON, Melvln T., 21, 4233 N. 32nd Ave.; Janet K., 18, Peorla. SMIGEL-SMITH, Lloyd M., 24, 6221 N. 10th Place; Bonnie, 2i, 1&0 E. Marshall. STEVENSON-COLEMAN, Terry Lee, 24, 9826 N. Seventh Ave.; Erma Jean, 24, 9826 N. Seventh Ave. STOCKWELL-LARSEN, Kenneth F., 23, 1602 W. Atlanta; Gall Marie, 20, 137 W. La Mirada. VIRGIL-TREVINO, Alfred, 26; Ida, 16, both of Avondale. WALDREP-WALKER, Alfred B., 47, 2315 W. Orange Drive; Phyllis M., YOliNG. l BOOhE, al c'harles Ernel, 21, Los Angeles; Connie L., 19, 4130 E. Transmission. AZEVEDO-RIOsfstanley .Louis, 19; Mary M., 18, both of Glendale. BESLEY-BERrflTT, Marion L. M., 21.. Virginia, 18, both of Tempe. BORGEAS-SLOCUM, Alexander Theodore, 37, 550 W. Thomas; Serlta Beth, 26, 129 W. Catallna Drive. CAMPBELL-CAMPBELL, Hoyte P., 46, 3701 E. Yale; Florence, 43, CLE°M.McCRA e NEY, Douglas E., 23, 7415 N. Fifty-fourth Ave.; Elaine, 24, 7926 W. Catallna Drive. DOMINQUE^CHANDLER, J f m my, 32, 2137 E. Taylor; Pat, 22, 102S E. Apache. DOMINQUEZ-DOMINQUEZ, Raul, 47, 921 E. Jefferson; Esperanza R., 41, Mesa. EASSARY-AVIS, Gary L., 21; Sharon, 20, both of Black Canyon Stage. ESCARCEGA-ONGARO, Ronald, 23, Luke AFB; Sherry Elolse, 21, Peorla, GERVASIO-EOWARDS, Michael B., 23; Marilyn K., 21, both of Tempe. HENSON-HOPKINS, William Paul, 18, Cudahy, Calif.; Jo Anne, 18, 350 N. 20th St. JACKSON-FULLER, Gene, 18, 1828 W. Madison; Lula Catherine, 17, 11!5 S. First Aye. KALEDIN-WATZKfeLL, Peter, legal age, 1706 E. Orangewood; Irene, legal age, 1706 E. Orangewood. KINSER-BOBIS, Harold Edward, 20, Williams AFB; Celeste, 19, 4801 E. WMIetta. LEE-BACHMAN, John D., 22, 3641 W. Rose Lane; Jain G., 22, 4011 N. S6th Drive. LUNA-LANCASTER, Noel Earl, legal age; Strelsa E., legal age, both of Tempe. MINGLE-BOWKER, J. R., 76; Ethel G., 65, both of Mesa. RAINES-WALSTON, David Earl, 21. 4119 E. Granada; Sheila, 20, 1801 N. 42nd St. ALBRIGHT - SMITH, John Thomas, 28, 1552 W. McDowell; Sherrell, 25, 1401 N. Third St. BACHMAN - BOIAN, Howard W. Jr., 24, 749 E. Maryland; Jolene, 29, Route 5, Phoenix. BECKSTEAD . JOHNSON, Laddie Alan, 25, 2102 W. Virginia; Nancy Diane, 21, 2102 W. Virginia. DAHL • FORD, Donald Allen, 36; Betty Sue, 29, both of Glendale. DEVINE . KLICH, Ray W. Jr., 21, 1003 E. McKinlev; Marilyn M., 16, 1003 E, McKinley. DOSS • DOSS, Jerry, 25, Coolidge; Myllnda, 26, 429 W. Osborn. FARNEY . LAMB, Robert Earl, 47, 4150 E. Van Buren; Carol Joyce, 30, 4150 E. Van Buren. GOSLAR • WALTERS, Martin Dean, 21, 5320 N. 16th St.; Pamela, 20, 3818 E. Shea Blvd. GUESS - HAWKINS, Joseph Hayward, 53, Albuquerque, N.M.; Janina Marianna, 44, Sparks, Nev. HAYNIE • BIGGS, Kendall Mark, 40, 2235 W. Whitton; Geraldlne A., ., 20, 305 E. Pierce; Cherlyn L., 19, 305 E. KOH e LER • HENSHAW, Fred Arthur, 26, 2014 N. Dayton; Cheryl Rae, 19, 1642 E. Indianola. MEYER • PAVELICH, Kenneth L., 25, 301 W. Tlrney; Vivian Gather- MOR'GAN -"COOK, Gabriel D., 80; Ann J., 61, both of Youngtown. PADDACK - ANDERSON, Kenny De Wayne, 19, Buckeye; Linda, 25, ROBERTS . BLACKGOAT, Daniel G., 24, 4131 N. 16th St.; Cecelia, 23, Grand Canyon. SL-NESE • WILLIAMS, John Herman, 21, 6215 S. Montezuma; Carol, 23, 6605 S. Sixth Ave. SIMMONS • LUEDEMAN, Timothy Gordon, 19, 3227 W. Voltaire; Joy, 18, 4615 N. 30th Drive. STRICKLAND-CODY, Michael J., 20; Susan Mary, 20, both of Tempe. THEIS - THEIS, William H., 49, 2922 W. Marlposa; Velma I., 50, 2922 W. Mariposa. WENHAM -PECK, Robert, legal age, 3801 E. Elm; Ruth, legal age, 2225 .E Flllmore. YOUNG • BUCK, Lawrence E., 24, 2814 W. Ruth; Sunny J., 21, 1443 E. Sunnvslope Lane, YOUNG • MASON, Richard, 23, Tempe; Dollie Ann, 19, Chandler. ASH-RATAJSKI, Ralph Warren, 39, Flagstaff; Virginia Mary, 42, Scottsdale. BANKS-JOHNSON, Harold P., 23, 1425 E. Taylor; Margie, 24, 6418 S. CAR S NETT-GRIMMETT, Charles, 20, 3113 W. Monte Vista; Addle, 18, 3113 W. Monte Vista. COUGHRAN-LANDESS, Walter Wesley, 25, 542 W. Lewis; Patricia Ann, 18, Glendale. COWARD-YOUNGER, Charles Vernon, 23, Glendale; Gloria Rita, 30, 4833 W. Montecito. GILLILAND-MILLER, Clyde H., legal age; Mildred, legal age, both of Tempe. DAWKINS-STONE, James Allen, 21, 4438 N. 32nd St.; Jean Ann, 23, Scottsdale. DELLINGER-CORBIN, Harold Wayne, 23, 2053 W. Hazelwood; Jacqueline Marie, 20, Scottsdale. GILMORE-BALL, Richard Jay, 24; Patricia Ann, 21, both of Glendale. HARDIN-LENTINE, Gary L., 22, 621 N. Sixth Ave.; Josephine A., 17, 641 N. Fiflh Ave. HARDAGE-VAUGHAN, Robert Ellis, 20, Jackson. Okla.; Faye Marie, 16, Gila Bend. HERMANSON-HEINZ, Charles S., 24, Tempe; Martha K., 24, 2406 E. Monroe. KAY-ENIX- Rodger Channing, 27, 7127 W. Coolidge; Dana Ann, 20, 4238 N. 63rd Drive. LUNDEN-ANDERSON, Carl E., 20, 4411 W. Berridge Lane; Marsha L., 20, 2828 W. McKenzie. MARTINEZ . CORONA, Gilbert Gomez, 21, 3650 W. Fierce; Olivia Delarose, 20, 3831 VV. Portland. MERCER-SYLVESTER, Dennis Eugene, legal age, 8207 E. Mitchell; Marilyn, legal age, 1208 E. Highland. MONDRAGON-FRAZIJO, Arnold S., 23, 1640 E. Sherman; Norma A., 20, 3422 N. 26th Place. PANNELL-CORBUS, Jerry Lewis, 28, 1505 E. Plma; Mary Elizabeth, 24, 4633 N. 42nd Place. RAINS-TALLEY, Clettlous Gary, 21; Donna Gwen, 18, both of Mesa. RHODES-WICkEY, Emmett Earl, 19; Shirley Ann, 21, both of Sacaton. SKOUSEN-EMERY, Richard Whippie, 24, Mesa; Terry Lyn, 20, Sacramento, Calif. SMITH-TARVIN, Allen Vernon, 51, 7200 S. 40th St.; Naomi, SO, 1124 E. Roeser. SULLIVAN-PYATT, L a n n y, 26, Tempe; Carol, 18, Mesa. MESA LUTHERAN HOSPITAL LISH, Mackie and Theresa, 115 E. Grove, Mesa, girl, Feb. 26. STERLING, Robert end Sylvia, 143- A S. Center, Mesa, qlrl, Feb. 26. , GOOD SAMARITAN HOSPITAL CHARLEY, Leonard and Sieanna, Laveen, boy. DENNIS, Harlan and Gloria, 420 N. 17th Drive, qirl. FLICKINGER, Lloyd and Sharon, 450 W. Bethany Home, Glendale, GOLDSMITH, Robert and Delores, 4901 E. Willetta, boy. KELLY, James and Sheryl, Saskatchewan. Canada, girl. LE BRITON, William and Carol, 2302 N. 72nd Place, Scottsdale, NEWBERRY, Bruce and Donna, 3140 W. Taylor, girl. ORTIZ, Arluro and Garzaran, 2138 E. San Juan Ave., girl. REINKE, James and Laura, 939 E. Seventn Drive. Mesa, girl. 5HELTON, Bobby Ing 9 Judy, 4044 E. Portland, boy. ZAIKE, Kenneth and Kay, 2425 E. Diana, girl. COMPTON, Itkel'and^Gracie. 2521 E. Oak, boy. Holder and Althea, *W 7*7 MM W. Berths, 2i»a fyT; 1MS J , ^ Carolyn, and Geneva, 1005 », Tempe, girl. HAMPTON, james and Gloria, 3397 w. van Buren, girl. St. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL February u HOWBLL,. Jerry and Barbara, 1048 and Betty, 7212 amb'n'artd Mary, 1405 E. .„.,-, boy. --.-„- J*K,.Thomas and Sandra, 2934 .Wwgoyai Palm, Road, girl. FAIRBANKS, Richard and Norma, 2«12 N. 48th Lane, boy. HALL, Robert and Maurle, 2533 N. Slst Drive, boy. February 24 CORCORAN, John arid Mary Ann, 3220 w. Sierra Vista, boy. NAVE, Daniel and Carolyn, 7515 N. MeM l JLLXN, OV Franklln and Kathesn, 7547 E. catallna Drive, Scottsda.e, E. ftPsT 1 ,' John and Judith, 2009 SHERWOOD,' Michael and Joanne, •dK^lffjnrikWft 3921 •TIMWW3.. and Glenn., 3417 m and Theresa, 533 YEHL r Robert P and V Jean, 2502 W. Ocotlllo Road, boy. February 2S DOUGHERTY, Bernard and Carol, UEKSUrif Ut. _ . L| 3 N 2 D, N Ja 1 ^s St and b °Florence, 4918 W. McLellan Road, Glendale, girl. MARSHALL, John and Rose, 1318 S. MULLINS e ,"aift6n and Marvelle, 6231 N. 59th Ave., Glendale, girl. SOUTHSIDE DISTRICT HOSPITAL ANGLE, Willie and Geneva, 2348 E. University Drive, Mesa, girl, Feb. 22. BLISS, Robert and Judith, Rt. 1, „ Box 57 F, Gilbert, boy, Feb. 22. EHASZ, William and Sharon, 702 E. Cleveland, Chandler, boy, Feb. HOLLIDAY, Ted and Cojlene, Rt. 1, _ Box 24, Hlglev, boy, Feb. 22. POPEJOY, Paul and Ronda, 202,V/i Hammond Drive, Tempe, girl, Feb. LOPEZ, Ernest and Catherine, 713 .,W. 1st Place, Mesa, girl, Feb. 23. MORI, Refuoio and Vera, P. 0. Box 254, Chandler, boy, Feb. 23. SLADE, James and Kathleen, 560 S. Olive Drive, Mesa, girl, Feb. 24. DODGE, Billy Joe and Harriet, 62 ..S. Matlock, Mesa, boy, Feb. 26. MARTIN, Amon and Svlvla, 1134 Spence Ave., Tempe, girl, Feb. 26. BAPTIST HOSPITAL OF PHOENIX BOSCHMA, Harold and Dorothy, S. 83rd Ave., boy and girl, Feb. 13. FLOHN, Raymond and JoAnn, 2204 „ E. Pierce, girl, Feb. 13. HOENSHELL, George and Nancy, . 3008 N. 45fh Dr ve, boy, Feb. 13. SIMMONS, Walter and Erma, 4413 W. Claremont, Glendale, boy, Feb. DAVIES, Gary and Sandca, 4040 W. Van Buren, girl, Feb. 157 JOKILEHTO, John and Suzanne, 3108 .. W. Columbine Drive, boy, Feb. 15. WALKER, Billy and Cindy, 4339 N. . 27th Ave., Apt. 8, girl, Feb. 15. SCHROCK, Johney and Karen, 2524 W. Pierson, bov, Feb. 16. SNtLL, Richard and Constance, 3622 W. San Miguel, boy, Feb. 16. HUGHES, Charles and Norma, 3101 W. Dahlia Drive, girl, Feb. 17. HANNA, James and Dyanne, 12452 N. 29th Ave., boy, Feb. 18. KOHNERT, Irvln and Doris, 6454 W. Rancho Drrts, Gientfaie, tjlrt, Pob. GAEFCKE, Robert and Susan, 128 iunE3, rwene ana wan llth Ave., girl, Feb. 19. NIMON, Paul and Catherine, 1328 E. Golden Lane, boy, Feb. 19. ROACH, Lawrence and Candis, 3312 N. Central, Suite 205, girl, Feb. 19. DAVIS, Gentry and Helen, 6413 N. 47th Ave., Glendale, boy, Feb. 20. HOWARD, James and Sharon Sue, 4259 W. Vista Ave., girl, Feb. 20. TYSON, Donald and Sylvia Jean, 2620 W. Larkspur Drive, boy, Feb. BENNER, Dennis and Katherlne, 1330 E. Broadway, boy, Feb. 22. THOMPSON, Randall and Marilyn, 2535 W. Missouri, boy, Feb. 22. LEE, Joe and Gall, 16627 N. 25th St., boy, Feb. 23. Divorces Asked ADAMS, Svlvla Pearl sues Joseph BUS'ENBARRICK, Helen H. suet CARtWELL, Grace B. sues James E. CONGLETON, Dorman Paul sues Elizabeth. DECKER, Opalloulse, sues Francis DEFFENBAUGH, Diana Le* sues GO! Karl Leroy. OSSELIN, • A. Lois Jean sues Eugene GROTEWOLD, Harriet sues Gerald. (separate maintenance). HERRICK, Mildred M. sues Ralph JOHANNESEN, Cloteal sues Norman JOHNSON, Cecil James sues Marl*. JONES, Gloria sues Max L. (separate maintenance). LITTLETON, Susan Jane sues Earl Vernon. MARTIN, J. sues R. McCOY, Bobby Jo sues Donald MI^ES, e Marllvnn sues Wvcllffe. MAXON, Delores sues Jack. PETERS, Donna Louise sues Bernard Martin, ROBLES, Ramon sues Aurora. ROCHA, Josefa S. sues Antonio G. STARR, Christine L. sues Joseph P. THOMPSON, Connie Irene sues Arthur R. Jr. VAUGHT, Albert William sues Juanita Louise. ANDERSON, Mae Jang sues James W. ANDREWS, Erma sues Henry C. BERNSTEIN, Barry H. sues Marilyn BOSLEY, James Ervln sues Opal Evangellne. BRYANT, Edward James Jr., sues Alvernese. CANERO, Clrllo Cabredos sues Marla Marquez. BURBY, Delores A. sues John. FLORES, Barbara Helen sues Frank Thomas. GRAGG, Audrey Ruth sues Denver Preston. HERRERA, Antonla sues Anton'o B. HICKMAN, Margaret E. sues John D JOHNSON, Ruth H. sues James C. KNOLL, Melvln sues Sophie. LEWIS, Ted sues Faye. MARTINEZ, Gloria sues Jesse F. McKIBBEN, Frank sues Mabel C. MILLER, Janice E. sues James E. MORGENSTERN, Lucille L. sues Ray L. (separate maintenance). O'BRIEN, Jacqueline sues William. PADGETT, Norma L. sues Walton WALLACE, Betty Jean sues Frank. WALTON, Catherine sues Willie. WASHINGTON, Marie sues Erie. YODER, Harriet J. sues William A. Divorces Granted AHLENE, Mabel M. vs. Carl M ANDERSON, Ullce W. vs. Melba June. ALLGOOD, Shirley Ann vs. Marvin Lee. BUNYON, Noreen vs. James. CANDELARIA, Thelma J. vs. Raymond. DAVIS, Dixie M. vs. Jesse J. ELDREDGE, Joan vs. Loren D. GERSTEN, Elinor W. vs. Charles D. GIVEN, Ann Malouln vs. William A. HERRICK, Dorothea vs. Howard E. KAUTZ, James W. vs. Carolyn A. KERR, James F. vs. Norma L. LOCKE, Billie Jo. vs. Terry Lee. NEWTON, Douglas Keith vs. Sherry Joy. PURCELL, Mary Hagan vs. Joe R. RICHEY, Beverly J. vs. Barney V. Jr. ROBINSON, Glenn vs. Dorothy D. ROSS, M. Janet vs. Robert W. SHOUSE, Charles vs. Patricia. TALBOTT, Georgia Ann vs. Rex. THOMPSON, Arley C. vs. Martin S. L W ATKINS, Linda Roe vs. Kenneth WEL r LS?'Molly B. vs. Lowell B. BARRAZA, Salvador vs. Suzann^ CASTILLO, Angela vs. Rosendp C. „ CONANT, Suzanne vs. Stephen G. DECKER, Lois A. vs. Dale C. ELLIS, William vs. Mildred. EVANS, Carol H. vs. Ralph M. FLINN, Donna L. vs. Richard. 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Monroe Staled meeting 7:30 p.m. Visiting Masons welcome. Re- freshmenls. George Bailsman W.M. 4—Funeral Announcements BAILEY, John T. Survived by wife, Helen; daughter, Mrs. Leroy Brady, Phoenix; 2 sons and 6 daughters out »f state. He will be taken to Mlnot, N.D. for services and burial. Larry J. Melcher Mortuary. Messinger Interment B'ENDER, William"AT~ Mortuary/ Scottsdale, Denver, Colorado. BLADZVK, M"arle"B. 4634~N7~24"th PI. Wife of John F. Mass of Requiem 9 a.m. today In St. Thomas the Apostle Church."' Interm'e'hT' sT. Francis. Whitney & MuiPhy. BLANpIN, pale^C. Serv"!cer"T6~TnT: Saturday, Maryyale Chapel A Mortuary, 6901 W. Indian School Rd. Interment Greenwood. Friends may _caJL_7-9 __ __ BREWSTER, Ezra. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, Universal Memorial center; Rev Jack Nebbles officiating. Burial Glendale Resthaven. BYRNE, Wlillam'MrslS'EasrP'lerce". Services and interment in Manchester, Iowa. Friends may ca.l from 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday, Grimshaw's Palms Chapel, 334 W. _Mon_rge. ___________ ___ CAGLE, Marvarene. Survived by sister, Madge Easterllng, South Fork, Colo., stepmother, Mrs. Cora Turner, Albaca, Tex., half sisters, Mrs. James Mclntryre, Ontario, Canada, Mrs. Lera Radford, Abilene, Tex.; half brother, James Lackey, Dai- las, Tex. Services 1 pm today at the Sunnvslope Chapel of Hansen Mortuary, Rev. J. Douglas Gaston officiating. Interment Resthaven. ____ _____ CARLSON, Elmer W. (Wes). Sur- N, by Kro vived by wife, Verna; step-son, Dan Kronenberg, sister, Mrs. Helen Alama, Phoenix; brother, Marvin, Minneapolis; nieces, Mrs. Sandra Cornelius 8. Mary Alama, Phoenix. Services 10 a.m. Sat. at the Sunnyslope Chapel of Hansen Mortuary, Pastor Jerome Trelstad , off elating. Interment Resthaven. Friends may call noon til 9 om _today.__ CHAVEZ, Benny Jr. Graveside services 9 a.m Saturday St. Francis Cemetery. Mortensen-Kingt Furv ...erai^Center ChRISTMAN, Helen. Mass 9:30 a.m. today St. Simon & Jude. Burial St. Francis Northwest Mortuary. CLIFFORD, Anna K., 139 N. 6th St. Aunt of John Clifford, Mass of Requiem 8 p.m. today In St. Mary's Church. Graveside services 9:30 a.m. Saturday In St. Francis Cemetery. Friends may call at Whitney & Murphy after _12 noon today. _ _ _ _ COOK, Henry Gf 110 N. 3Tsf Ave: Survived by wife Bertha and daughter Mrs. Mildred Randall, both of Phoenix; 2 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren. Rosar/ 8 p.m. Sunday Grin-thaw's Palms Chapel, 334 W. Monroe. Requiem Mass 9 A.M. Monday, St. Matthew's Roman Catholic Church, 320 North 20th Dr. Interment! St. Fran- els Cemetery. Friends may call after 4 g._m. Saturday. CROMBIE, Raymond. Rosary today 7 p.m. Lundbers's Gelden Door Chapel, Younstown. Mass Sat. 10 a.m. St. Joachim's Catholic Church. _ EASECHIEF, Manuel, Laveen, Ariz. Arrangements pending Grimshaw's Palms Chapel, 334 W. Monroe. fRICKSON, Vaino W:~Beloved'broth"- -r of Mrs. Fannie. Stone of Film, ichiaan, Mrs. Julia Anderson of i Bessemer, Michigan, Alex Erlck- son of Gardner, Massachusetts Arrangements, pending. Desert 4—Funeral . i-jri^j •Qnnw VNtV Auaustjne. m W. Har- nont .Of. Mother, of Mrs. Pauj P. lenjWro; J'hXvSlsferjof Mr*. Elsis |YiBras«ffl; &i Pjix, Passed away >ed. 3 orafljtehlldren .also survive, jrvices I2:38j>.m. .today in Chae«i can today; . evening. Pan neraLfwnW. St. Theresa. Mass 9 a.m. Saturday, interment St. Fran- Sage, Director, by ' Rev'."'Clifford ""G" .a.m. .tod.ay In Xhapei _ . •-,•..,„.«.- "JTSurvived by son, Donald William. Sister, Mrs. Glenn F...Frltcher, Mountain View, Calif. 2 Grandchildren. Memorial services Saturday n a.m. St. Barnabus on the Desert. Interment Ames, Iowa, j^oc^l arrangements Messlnger ffi^ASfcUfe' wMunW; __Ge|den_Deor_Chipel, Youngtown. JONES, Tessa C. services conducted by. Rev. C. vaughan Rock 2 p.m. *~|gy In Chapel of Memorfes, A. L. tore g, sens. * K^r X . _ . _ _ — —i^i tfV^rBrahdchfch-'arso'surviw: Private services and cremation were held Thursday Family; p* fers offerings to AJaricopa county u eart Association. Whitney a Mur- ~^™"acy E. Survived by parents Mrs. Joe Lee; Brother Joe; M _ r i . Grandmother, Mrs. Mary ts Mr. t U ' '"" "i •»!"' r ^k;|ar|^te?, T tbSer V . K b W; ch V h - ®F BIS y^^^ffpr^^ iv&Vary. 9 p ' m ' today at Hanse » C fy ? J!' Claude B. BelovednTuTEand of Myrtle of Mesa. Beloved father $n Mrs - Bernlce Stout A of Jackson- Arkansas. Arrangements ft View Chapel, rtertuary. 9702 East pending. Desert' \ rff«nrepY;rper1ecfo->Tr., , cnf&rerT&fr ft lfe i- tfjJ J "lr TCv* M r s - Florentine Losi*'i North Surprise; sisters, Mrs. Angle Sauceda, Tex.; Mrs Mar f r a /,f' Tllerlna,' Harquahala! 1 Ariz' MS?i e h' £"«', E s »_?r..i Yoipr ' -g onors Sunland Me- LyNDTsteven L.^RequlFrfTMass 10 a.m. today. Queen of Peace Church. Burial Mt. View Memor- a . enS- v J- Melfher Z*, Caslmlra S. Evening rWay Mortensen - Kings Center. Services 10 a.m. Morfuary. MARTINEZ*, wake FrWay Funeral •vwvii, fviiniaci .,, Mirmi _jjn= L ,,j>j3endlng_Hansen Mortuary. MCDOWELL, Linda" ""R. Services condcted by Rev. Lowell Megorden H a.m. today In Memory Chap, e I, A. L. Moore & Sens. M/NTER, judd, G. 56. 3209 E. cooi- Idge. Husband of Vlrgle. Son of Mrs. Fern Mlnter; Phx. Brother of B. L. Minter; out of s t a t e, Mrs. Betty Garrison; San Jose, Calif. & Thelma McDonald; Sa- huarlta, Ariz. Passed away Wednesday, services conducted by Rev. Olin E. Lehman, Grand Prelate & Grand Commandry Knights Templar of Ariz, at 10 a.m. Sat. in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Friends may call from 3 p.m. until 9 p.m. today. NOKES, Mary Ellen. Services tnd interment, Madrid, bwa. Paraolse Chapel and Funeral Home. Raich .L. Sage, Director. PATTERSON, Mary Alice. Passed awav Thursday In Terrme. Arrangements pending Carr Mormary. fiAWITZER, William S. Services 11 a.m. today Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. R6BERTS, Le Roy Harold. Services and Interment Bloomer, Wis. Local arrangements by Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. ROGERS, Samuel W., N. of Glendale. Survived by wife, Sallie step-daughters, Mrs. Velma Bates, Glendale; Mrs. Delores Emmorson, Salome, Ariz.; sisters, Mrs Nettie Vaughn, San Rafael, Calif., Mrs. Lizzie Ray, Tupelo. Okla.; brothers, Bill, San Rafael, Calif.; Reese, Roswell, N. Mex.; 6 grandchildren; 4 greatgrandchildren. Services 2 p.m. Saturday, Lundberg Chapel of The Chimes. Interment Glendale Memorial. Friends may call 6-8 p.m. today. SGRTG~NUOLi, Ursula C. 8"2i s. 30th Dr. Survived by husband Ettorle, Phoenix, sons Dale Wood and H. Allen and Ralph Sgriqnuoll, dauqh- ter Mrs. Elsie Hoffman, Tucson, brother William Tansel, St. Louis, Mo., and 12 grandchildren.,. Graveside services 11 a.m. Saturday Greenwood Memorial Park. Friends may call 5 to 9 p.m. today. Bloom's Phoenix Mortuary, Page E. Greer, Director. SMITH, James H. 53. 1405 S 7th Ave. Husband of Katherlne. Brother of Mrs Lois Laster & E A Smith; McKenzie, Tenn.. Glenn Smith; Martin, Tenn. Passed away Wed. Graveside services conducted by Mr Elluls Russell, Minister 11.-30AM Saturday at Greenwood. Friends may call today & Saturday _u nt i I 10AM, A. L. Moore _&^Sgns._ STOFIK, Steve. 1615 N. 38th Dr. Requiem Mass 9:30 a.m. today, St. Francis Xavler Church. Sunset Chapel. THOMSON, Juanita L. Services 10:30 a.m, Saturday Second Ward Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Church, 300 W. Latham. Friends may call today until 10 p.m. Mortensen- Kings Funeral Center. TRAMMEL, Willam. 218 N. llth St. Services f p.m. today. Sunset Chapel, 3rd Ave & Camelback. Private .interment Glendale Memorial Park, TRASLAVlTJA, Isidore P., of Peorla. Survived by husband, Juan; son, John. Peorla; step-daughter, Mrs. Mella, Phx.; sisters, Mary Peralta and Manuela Suaroz; brothers, Francisco & Ralph Peralta, Mexico & Ralph Peralta, Mexico. Rosary 8 p.m. Sunday, Lundbein Chapel of The Chimes. Mass 9 a.m. Monday, St. Charles Borromeo, Peorla. Interment Glendale Memorial, TRUDECLE, Matthew E. 26 W. Highland. Husband of Beatrice. Rosary 7:30 p.m. today In Whitney & Murphy Chapel. Mass of Requiem 9:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Francis Xavler Church. Interment St. Francis. Friends may call after 12 noon today. TUMMrN57~Perrv C. Services will be conducted by Rev. James Staples, 10 a.m. Sat., Chapel In the Garden, Mercer Mortuary, Interment Greenwood. Friends may call from 2 until 9 p.m. todav. Family prefers memorials to Bap- _tlst Children's _Home. UMPHLEET," Jacqueline" "and Virginia. Mass of the Angels 9:30 a.m. today St. Louis Catholic Church. Arrangements by Grean Acres Mortuary, 5B30 W. Missouri, Glendale, WAGNER, Harold F. Beloved husband of Mrs. Helen J. Wagner. Daughter Harolyn and Laluana, all of Mesa. Brother, Norman C. Wagner and sister, Mrs. Esther Kloo- schlnsky, both of Detroit. Funeral services Monday 2 p.m. V e I d a Rose Methodist Church, 5540 E. Apache Trail, Mesa. Rev. J. Erben Moore Jr. and Oriental Lodge No. 20 F&AM officiating. Interment Mountalnview Cemetery. Friends may call at Gibbons Garden Chapel, 33 North Sirrine Street, Mesa, Saturday noon to 9 p.m. A|so Sunday_noon_to 9 P.m._ WILEY; John E. Services 2 p.m. Friday In Carr Memorial Chapel, Tempe. Rev Alva Huffer officlat- inn. Entombment Greenwood Mau- _soleyrn_with_Masp.nlc J?ltes. WOOD, Archibald M. Services will be conducted by Rev. Daniel E. Hartman, 10 a.m. today, Chapel in the Garden, Mercer Mortuary. Int- terment East Resthaven. . YOUNG, Percy W. Survived by wife, Lillian; 2 daughters, Mrs. Shirley Papavlo, Mrs. Priscllla Lambert, Manchester, N.H.; 8 grandchildren; 3 brothers, one sister out of state. He will be taken to Manchester for services and burial. Larry J. Melcher Mortuary. ZENDER, Leon Joseph. Requiem Mass 1 p.m. today. Christ the King Church. Burial Mt. View Memorial Garden. Larry J. Melcher Mortu- ZURBRICK, Ten Lee. Services and Interment will be In Island City, Ore., Saturday. Local arrangements Hammond's Tempe Mariu- ary, 405 E. Southern. 7— -Funeral Dila A. L. MOORE & SONS Services Today HEMPHILL, Donald 9:30 AM MCDOWELL, Linda H:OOAM FLYNN. Augustine 12:30 PM JONES, Tessa 2:00 PM Adams at Fourth Avenue Charles R.'Whilney 939-9473 " BRAZILL-WHITNEY^ Webber & Sons Mortuary, Inc. l*41_E.__Jelferson _____ 254-8734 CANNON FUNtKAL HOMb "Serving the Westslde" 935-4231 a FORMAN'S ARIZ. FUNERAL HOME 376 N, 3rd Ave. _ AL 3-2332 MERCER MORTUARY THOMAS RD AT 16TH ST. Phone 265-4473 _ Private. Parking. wo 4-4372 10- Florists DONOFRIO FLORA! COT Flower. Since 1905 ers ' • if* T iH • i l s" li Allied Florists Assoc. MA|L.7'?M'r> IS—In Mi^iirfiiifi f^ik»i«igp(s«r^ rriday, March 1, HH lit LOVING MEMOft Grlfirshaw Mortuaries 16-Cardt of Thankt reavement at ^the . deail beloved Husband and Fat A. sankey. Beulah Sankey Alvln and Paul Sankey 19— Cemetery _ Utt > Sarvfe** $11o. Resthaven Park. . Deer Valley Memorial Gardens Non-sectarian — Endowment cart FOUR burial plots. Green Acres Memorial Gardens. 273-7070. 2 CRYPTS, Memory Lawn, Foun- S— lost SEALPOINT S I a m e s e. Nu- tered male one year old. 6100 block or Mockingbird Lane. Paradise Val- lev. Liberal reward. 948-6769. REWARD, female dog, part Cocker and Poodle with long tall. Taffy color 19th Avenue, Indian School. 277-1879. PARAKEET. Blue, vicinity Lin- «d!Ulatum._Reward. _?45j756Q._ SCOTTiE, 6 year" old male. "Res ward. 959-2916. REWARD for gold charm bracelet lost at Phoenix Zoo. Describe and contact Mrs. Bill Ne«l, 2420 Broadway ,_Lybbock,_Texas. CAT - silver Persian "Charffs." Vicinity 516 West Roosevelt. Reward. 253-4629 GERMAN Shepherd", black «. tan, female. 'JSheba'^. 279-3645. _ SILVER P e r s I a n " mafe caT, "Charles'' Vicinity West Roosevelt. Reward. 253-4629. _______ REWARD. "Small brown' fernale t ? rr . le C',. 17 vears, white markings, stub tall. Tags. Vlcintv 26th Street, Van Buren. Call collect 112-723-3353. WHITE female Pekingese, license 2J07. 1408 East Bejleyleyv. Fi=MALE~~ mixed "BlacR and "fan hound. Rural Road, Tempe. Very large reward. 967-9809. _^_ D0<£ white Wlrehafr Terrier, black and brown markings, brown ears, brown collar. Vlcinliy Zoo. 946-6030. BASENJI. black/wnTfeTbrowine- male. Vicinity Bethanv-38th Lane. No taps. Reward. 937-8304. MEDIUM sized tan flap purse, Saturday ntahf, Glendale area. Reward. 939-5046. PEKING'S 15E, male. Very old. No . PURS"I, hand tooled leatfier, ednesday night, El Rancho park- ng lot, 35th Avenue - Van Buren. "ewarrf, 278-8656; 252-4013. REWARD Red attache case with initials BLH Contents Important to no one but owner. Call collect (213) 790-1183, Barbara HoaglamT BOXER. "Svndl" six months, fawn, white diamond mark, left shoulder. Vicinity Cactus-35fh Avenue, Westown 942-6996. Reward. MALTESE,- whlte7~Wlnltv, Girl Scout camp, near Pavson, 252-4318. 28—Found DOG Large black-whlte^93Sj607._ GERMAN ShepfierH fernale puppy 2-3 months eld. 946-4958. months eld SHEPHERD . SHEPHERD PUD, describe. Owner pay ad. 934-3924 ___ VERY LARGE 3 Br, 1% ba, sep dln-rm, in excellent area. Priced below FHA appr. with $450 down. BJG_ BEAR REALTY 956-0350. MALE sealpolnt Siamese, about 6 months old. Identify and pay for ad. 943-7417. __ 33— Auctions _ SCOTTSDALE AUCTION. WH 5-074' WARE'S AUCTION 4025 N. 38TH AVEN We buy outright or . commission 272-5918, i. AUCTION CITY SALE SUNDAY 9 A.M. WE.BUYOR SELL FOR Y.QU 1706 EA HAVE 252-6240 SOUTH CENTER AUCTION 969-4293. "BOOTS" A-l AUCTION 2949 West McDowell 278-7068 _ : _TUESP.AY_7_P.M. _ _ AUCTION "EVERY~WED ~ 4001 N. 7TH ST 9 AM 8, 7 PM ANTIQUE AUCTION SUN. 1 PM MARCH 3RD 2035 E. VAN BUREN WHITTS ARE LEAVING STATE SO ENTIRE STOCK, FIXTURES TRUCK, TRAILED MIJST GO. Over 2,003 items to be sold to the highest bidders. Grandfather clocks, IS other clocks, 30 pictures & frames, 17 china cabinets, 4 round glass china closets, Victorian marble BR set, 4 spinet desk, 6 crult sets (3 cut), 12 Beam bottles, over 80 PCS carnival olass, 100 PCS of cut glass, hundreds of other fine pieces of fine glass & china, some art pieces. See column 584 for further Information or call 253-6324. Open for Inspection any time before the sale. SALE CONDUCTED BY PHOENIX AUCTION CENTER BIG AUCTION FRIDAY NITE 7 P.M. GOOD and MEDIUM GRADE FURNITURE and MISC. WARE'S AUCTION 4025 N. _38th_Ave._ __ 278-0489 PH'OENiX AUCTION CENTER" Auction Thurs. 7 P.M. Buy for cash or consign 2633 E. Indian Sen. Rd. 274-8241 4* Parking ProblMti? ftmt Wa 33—Auctloni NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION CITY OF PHOENIX FURNITURE CONSISTING OF: Divans, chairs, tables, desks, beds, mattresses, chests of drawers, lamps, gas ranges, etc. Thesft Items Ideally suitable for furnishing small motel, cabins, apartments and rooms. TERMS ARE CASH ONLYI ARIZONA HOTEL day, M Saturday, March 1 P.m. AAA AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY 7 P.M. Attention Furniture Dealers, Apt. House Owners. Home Owners. Newcomers & All Others! The most beautiful selection of llv. room .sets you have ever seen at. this auction (all style* & chairs, tuck & roll-back deluxe Early American couches & chairs, tuck & roll- back French Provincial couch & chair, big 9' loose cushion back & seat contemporary couch, 3 PC. deluxe modern sectional, modern K style arm couch & chair. Good selection of platform rockers & recliners. Big selection of used couches & chairs. Beautiful table lamps & hanging (amps. Beautiful maple king-size bedrm set (big triple dresser, framed mirror, chest - on - chest, chalrback headboard, frame, box springs & mattress). Mediterranean dinette set, (table & 6 upholstered hl-back chairs). Maple bedrm set (triple dresser, framed mirror, chest, 2 nlte stands, bookcase headboard, frame, box springs & mattress). Good selection of twin & full size bedrm sets (all styles). Console sewing machines, 2 office desks, cedar chest, bar, maple rockers, maple table & 4 chairs console, portable,, A table model TVs.. Packard-Bel HI-FI, vacumms, picture* of all kinds. Baby beds, chests, youth bed, dinette sets, 3 PC. coffee & step table sets. Good carpeting. Hundreds of fine pieces of furniture too numerous to mention. 35 pieces of clean refrlgs., gas & elec. ranges, auto. & wringer washers, dishwashers, 19 cu. ft. upright Marquette deep freezer (like new). The yard Is loaded with power mowers, bicycles, lawn furniture, metal storage shed, "as is" ap- plances, box-after-box of misc. articles. We are loaded in the front with medium furniture. At 8 o'clock sharp there will be 2 auctioneers working, one selling medium furniture & one selling better furniture. Open all day Thursday & Friday for Inspection. No waiting at this auction, we move on I 5102 N. 27TH AVENUE Across from Rudolph Chev CR 7-3812 GUS BLANTON. AUCTIONEER - 3Ibn Every Sat. »i_ Al Downard Sale Yard Big Auction Every 00 S. Cen. Phoenix Homes For Sale CIMM* IN mrout* m 100—Phx. Homes All Areas LATESTT=HA-VA~LTST Some no down, w> closing, swing by 4633 West Indian Schoo --- Rlty (272-7991 J64-951I Home Ex Rll S T R 0 U T FREE CATALOG of nationwide real estate values. In Phoenix Phone 275-7687; In Mesa Phone 969-8321. THREE bedroom refrigerated, $14,600, $450 down. 2829 East Pierce, after 5 p.m. weekdays. NO qualifying. Park Central. Three bedroom, 1% balh, fresh paint Inside, several trees. Owner-agent. 265-1605. ONLY 12 LOTS LEFT CLEARVIEW BY ALLIED Immediate occupancy on exceptional show homes. VA, FHA & conventional financing. Complete GE kitchens, copper plumblna, underground utilities. Smog-free convenient location. Prices from si 3,700. OPEN DAILY 10 A.M.-8 P.M. SATURDAYS 10 A.M.-6 P.M. 24th Street & Cactus Rd., Phx. Phone 944-2107 7TM8 EAST rjfunlap. Three block houses on large lot. See and submit offer. Bartholomew Realty. 943-9348.- PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS SERVICE DIRECTORY GUIDE A ._. APPLIANCES_ MYHAND'S Washer Repalrs".Re"ntaTs & Sales. Prompt Service 253-8785. AUTO REPAIR i 0 s?e B xl et 2002 Ul |. ™«n ll Bureh. AL MS.. B BATH «7 MASSAGE Steam "bath 8, massaged 20036 N. Cave Creek Road. 942-3910: MESA Massage, female technicians, 9-9, 7 days week 964-2593 Swedish massage. Steam bath. Facial. 7 davi wk. 9am-8pm. 964-6964 BUILDING CONTRACTORS ADD'NS. patio, roofs, carportt, re- sldentia -comm Remodel, Non-union. Lie. bond, work quar. 253-3296. vve specialize In home and commercial Remodeling and repairs. 277-7409 LICENSED Contr. FHA approved remodeling, add - a • room, porches. Free estimates. Competitive. 937-5344 I'LL Beat a'ny quaifffed written hid you show^me. Lie. Cont. AM 4-3921 c CARPENTRY PM. add., remodeling," patio "coverT. Concrete work also smalljobs 944-3178 Carpentry "remodeling" & repairs. Small lobs a specialty. AM 4-8SM CARPPT LAYING CARPETS installed & Repaired. Days, Evenings, and Sunday, 275-3053. Carpets Installed & repaired Cleaned. Reasonable 276-0486 CEMENT WORK ESTON"SKTN E NER :EMENT W< 9lw7^ ALL types cement work. Very COOLER, _Rg£Al8 COOLER repair, maintenance. Free estimate. 947-0367. r> DENTAL WORK ONE day service on extractions and plates for out-of-town patients. Dr. Edgar E. Pease Member California Society of Dental Surgeons 245 Fox Theater Bldg. AL 4-3943 DIRT DIRT man. Best Top Soil. Jl 75 yd Fill dirt & granite. 937-2761 TOPSOIL— good Farm. Soil SI. 75 Yd. fill Dirt Del. Call Fox 9435)131 TOP SOIL & FILL DIRT Any amount delivered - AL 2-2068 tLECTHICAL (220) Wiring-Stove*— Dryers, Attend—Fuse boxes. Free est. 274-011$ H HAULING Johnny's hauling. Misc. cleanup. Fll dirt & dump truck service- 9-U-1351 KOUSECLEANIN9 spring nousecleanlng. Walls-window -floors-roof spraying. Phx. Home 1 Office Maintenance. 274-0330 956-41546 1 IMCOMS TAX SEBVICf TAX RETURNS. Every form.~Plck UP and personalized service. 955-5370 Tax returns prepared— Personalize serv ce. A-1 Tax Service 277-3341 Income Tax Serv. acctg. Bkkg Assoc. 2826 W. BucKeye Rd 278-905 J INCOME TAX LACKEY Accounting 8. Tax Serv- _e. 1333 W. Camelback. 274-$504, INCOME Tax Guaranteed 717 E. McDowell. 4014 N. 7th If. 9 til 9i J omplete house 8. apt. cleaning, arpet shampoolna & entire refln- hlng, walls & windows washed. R&R BUILDING MAINTENANCE CO. Free estimates, 258-4882 L LAWN * GARDEN ustgm mow & edge. Average yd. 16 cleanups. Topsoll. aranlte 937-276< LAWN CARE 20 month & up. 277-2493. LANDSCAPING otal exterior planning. Powers & ones Assoc. 268-1071, 266-8044. MASONRY MASONRYT^Free "estimate. "vTcbrd ood w/flreplaces. 265-4000. P PAINTING K A INT ING a, repairs. Also spray- Jit Reasonable^ 948-37B8. BR S-lfwS. PAINTER FROM HOTOTND HARRY SPRANG 992-265* PAINTING need work. 24 yri; easo r naSle? R 2i3?4V9lC l V5'4-4480 elent *"" Clean painter. General repairs. Free Estimates. Call Hank 278-1401 EXPERT residential painting. 26 ears exp. Free estimate. 276-7445. PRINTING McGREW PRINTERY. Sine* 1891. Ml E Adams St Phone AL 4-4761. PLUMBING 24 Hour plumbing repair service. Remodeling. Sewer stoppage. 944-4435 R REGRIGERATION REFRIGERATION START'UPS $9.95 Includes washable filter. SUN AIR REFRIGERATION 275-7601 ROOFING YOU can save money. Mathus Roof Sales. Free est. 275-5515. I'LL Beat any qualified written kid you show me. Lie. Cont. AM 4-3921. s SAW FILING OHLSON'S SAW SERVICE 9 S. 19th Ave. 252-0641 SEWING MACHINES 12 In your home 252-3821, 9a-f\ff. T TELEVISION DOLLAR TV SERVICE 275-5368 Hf^^|sjnw| TREE SERVICE Shlpp's Tree & Crane Service. Insured, free estimates 266-7087. Complete Tit* Serflc* A-2 944-3431 U UPHOLSTERY HVflffiffi Bty ' jft?/* 1 *' iPJp "In VufJn**^ fij&.'dl''

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