Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 31, 1968 · Page 97
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MAIL n Staiutey, Mweh si, i» irt and systems, requiring use of bli prints, electrical drawings, sketche IMMEDIATE OPENINGS ELECTRICIANS Rate 3.7X2 PIPEFITTERS $3.577 per hour Must be fully qualified lourneyma oerfence v *""""• 6 EXCELLENT BENEFITS ALL EMPLOYEES MUST Mb JfflftfiNt* B ^ AE REYNOLDS METALS 3501 W. Van Buren . _ 278-0531 An Equal Opportunity Employer MANAGEMENT 15,000,000,000 Eastern-based mutu fe Insurance company Is expandln its management development pr i gram throughout the nation S, I searching for qualified appllcan I with proven records of successfi sales and/or management in the I surance Industry. These are bon fil*. .jalar ec Lmanaaement.P° sl »'° n i j,' ij .,' lcu . '"aiiaueineni POSIT ; Individually tailored to put you your own agency as quickly - slble..AI| relocation . . i ( i wiv\.u> iwu c/\Kciiaca ^raiu complete pension & group insurant Mon. jifi^^^ff: WANTED MALOrFEMALE" PRECISION MACHINE OPERATORS & SET UP MEN Experienced on high precision Machine parts, for the Aircraft Engine and Missile Business. If you have recent experience In the Machines noted below and can work with the minimum supervision, you should not pass up this opportunity for a permanent lob In modern, air conditioned, facilities with considerable steady overtime, bonus and group Insurance benefits. HARDINGE CHUCKER OPERATOR ATORs"«TSEf' UP 'MEN" P'REC SION PARTS BURR HAND T.RAUB_ AUTOMATIC WARNE 'SET UP MEN POWILL MFG V & A ENG, INC. 9311 N. 9th Ave. SALES REPRESENTATIVE Automotive Parts A leadlnq manufacturer (8 plants of automotive parts has an immed ate opening, for a SALES REPRE SENTATIVE. Will travel out of Phoenix calling o warehouse dealers and jobbers Knowledge of automotive parts i beneficial. Salary-car plus expenses , Position provides fine potential. ; Worth Investigating. Confldentla | handlinq of vour Inquiry. For fur 1 ther Information call Wednesday • April 3 between 1 p.m. and 5 p.m.: •' Mr. L. D. Babcock Westward Ho Hotel Downtown Phoenix 25M181 EXPERIENCED 360 PROGRAMMERS 3 month assignment-central locallo — start immediately — day work. STAFF BUILDERS 3443 ADMIN. TRAINEE Primarily concerned with recruit • ment and tralnino of sales force fo ln ,Sy,!! a J!£S. company. Starting saiar S7200-S8000 and excellent opportunif for advancement. College educatiot required, neat appearance, aggres sive personality. Experience I management, teaching, or coachlm helpful, but training provided. Fo consideration for personal interview send brief resume of experience t POOL MANAGER for Ig. private pool In cool Whiti Mtns. Pleasant summer lob fo teacher or other with recreatlor bkgrnd. Prefer 25 yrs. or older '• Bo * 34S _. TECHNICAL SALES TRAINEE" • National Management Consultan firm specializing in technical recruiting, has immediate openings fo individuals to train as technical recruiting consultants. Must be Intelll gent, aggressive, ambitious, have outgoing personality and willing t work long hours including evening & week-ends. Age 23-40, 2 years college, (Degree preferred.) Prlo experience In sales, marketing, elec tronics or related areas very helpful. Starting salary from $6500 to • ? 91 92- extensive bonuses with oppor tunity for »12,000 to $15,000 within one year. Rush your resume or let ter of background to Employmen Director, Suite 2127 Del Webb Townhouse, Towers, 100 W. Clarendon, Phoenix, Az. (85013) Sales Management Opportunity The copier division of our national 124 yr. old firm is rapidly growing-expanding Its line and in need of qualified sales personnel. We are looking for an ambitious man between the ages of 25-35 with college background and/or successful previous sales experience. An excellent conpen- sation plan with automobile and expenses Is available along with other outstanding benefits. If interested please send resume (to be kept confidential) to the following: DENNISON COPIER 3600 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, Cal it. 90005. attention Personnel Dept ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN Excellent opportunity for Journey^ man, sound and inter-com Installer and service man. Must take and pass exam. Call Mrs. Adcock, Nelson Hershfleld Electronics. 264-1348. SYSTEMS ANALYST-SR. Fine opportunity exists for Individu als with background in managemenl information systems In new systems group with well established, expanding mfg. division of international corporation possessing long term vmmitments. Disk and tape applications experience required preferably on IBM 360 involving professional level assignments. Relocation expense paid to preferred living area as indicated by. a recent national survey. Benefit program includes stock purchase plan. Send resume in confidence together with salary history and requirements to C. C. Larson, FMC Corporation Northern Orri. Division Columbia Heights P.O. Minneapolis, Minn. 55421 An Equal Opportunity Employer PLUMBER, take charge'or buy Into small shop. Box 91-JK, Republic andGazette. EXPlRTlNCErT <PERIENCED spray painter, • must be able to match paints & stains on fine woodwork. Permanent lob for rlghr man. Box 44-CX, public and Gazette. PHONE MAN EXPERIENCED EXCELLT HOURLY WAGE SUNAMERICA CORP., 264-1341 40 MEN to distribute circulars. Apply 5:30 a.m. Monday thru Thursday, 113 South 4th Street. Wages paid daily. STEEL SERVICE CENTER Young man with backing & Experience needs local Intelligent partner, Box 79-MA, Republic and Gazette. EXPERIENCED upholstery man. Needed at once. Good pay. 962-1371. 2340 West Main, Mesa. YOUNG married men between ages 20-26 to learn high skilled trade, glass fabrication part time for 2 weeks, full time thereafter. An oPDortunlty for fast advancement as skill progresses, call 744-4463 for ap- pointmeni. DISPLAY MEN Experienced Display Men with Creative Flair and Good Background In All Phases of Window end Interior Display. J. C. PENNEY 275-7681 for Interview STOCK and combination work for •rocery store. Over 2). Apply at 4702 South 35th Avenue. SALES TRAINEES FO* SUPER/X DRUGS (biv. 6P KROGER co.) T0f> SALARIES BIG COMPANY BENEFITS PROFIT SHARING PLANNED TRAINING FULL TIME WORK RAPID ADVANCEMENT Call Monday for Appointment 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 9474281 L. M. BURCHETT Regional Personnel Manager An Equal Opportunity Employer TIMEX In Little Rock, Arkansas has immediate openings for journeymen. TOOL AND DIE MAKERS TOOLMAKER GAUGE MAKER MACHINISTS TOOLROOM GRINDER Excellent opportunity to work to very close tolerances. Offers unlimited opportunity for advancement thru all classifications. TOP RATES OF PAY OFFERED FOR LITTLE ROCK AREA PLUS FULL LINE OF COMPANY PAID FRINGES ASSURED. If you feel that your work background will merit consideration for any of above job classifications, write: MR. MICHAEL W. GOODSON THE UNITED STATES TIME CORP P.O. BOX 1676 LITTLE ROCK, ARKANSAS Equal opportunity employer Engineer 777-H»lp Wmted M*H. MMHII sm AT MOTOROLA-SCOTTSDALE PRODUCTION MACHINISTS Openings available on fhe second shift for Production Machinists. .Prefer experience on milling machines, lathes, and drill press ma- e l MACHINE TOOL MAINTENANCE Opening* available on the day sTiift for experienced machine tool maintenance mechanics. Should be able to 'llW.'i service, repair, and rebuild close tolerance machine shop equipment. Motorola offers excellent wages, outstanding benefits and working conditions. ow DICK FISHEL MOTOROLA AEROSPACE CENTER 947-1245 8201 E. McDowell Rd. Scottsdale, Ariz. 85257 An Equal Opportunity Employer YOUNG MEN A rare opportunity for a career yiSi a ,«7 Uf !K e U FIREFIGHTER S490 • 616. High schoo graduate or GED. Age 21-29, ht. S'S", w" 150. Good physical condition Exam to_ be held next month. e held next month - City of Phoenix Apply now - City of Phoenix Personne Department, Room 500 251 W. Washington. 'roduct oriented EE who is in ready to switch to, the ommercial product field. Thi; ob includes a variety of as ignments including design nalysis, test methods, prob em anticipation and solution, nd devising quality control methods. BSEE mandatory. Manufacturing or quality en- ineering experience on digital quipment desirable. SEND RESUME TO GARY MURPHY 2700 S. Fairview St. Santa Ana, California An equal opportunity emplnj/gr_ MANAGER TRAINEE" ecause of recent expansion we eed a man for our management alnlng program. Must have High Jhool education, military deferred completed. Should have aggres- ve sales type personality. The pht man can advance to manager lthln J Xi vrs \ Company car furnished addition to Exc salary pportunl- es, & employee benefits. Family inance Co., 1003 E. Cameibaek d , Phoenix. QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER III be responsible for establishing omp ete quality program In newly tarnished electronics manufactur- " Requirements'n c I u d e B Jirm. Requirements include SME, electronic component QC ex- erience & a proven leadership rec- rd. Please send resume In confi- ence to Box 35-EX, Republic and ENGINEERS" nglneering firm under government ontract has Immediate opportunities Nevada for experienced personnel classification of: INING ENGINEER: Should be '"'••-'- Mining Engineer with 2 „..,., experience In mlrx'ng and'or obstruction design, ana" 3 to 5 years ij.* 1 ' wiiw w IW «J fed! 9 eld experience. In shaft sin:.-iro. nnel excavation and underground inlng. Knowledge of equipment, ck mechanics L and grouting tech- ques Is desirable. II applicants must be U.S. Citl- ns. Send resume,of education, ex- er ence, qualifications, present and eslred salary. FENIX & SCISSON, INC. PETROLEUM A CONSULTANTS . P.O. Box 50 Las Vegas, Nevada 89101 _AjLequal opportun!ty_ernpjoyer SECURITY GUARDS ~~ Mature men 21 to 60. Good background, credit rating and health. At least 5'8". weight proportionate to height. Experience des red but not necessary. Apply In person between 9 and. ,3. Suite B, 1600 W. Cameibaek. An_ Equal Opportunity Employer _ PRODUCTIQN'MANAGER ~ anufacturer of sheet metal pro- cts needs young, aggressive, ex- rlenced production man to ln- ease our output. Quality and ef- clency. Rapidly growing company f ?f s J* 1 . excellent opportunity, rite President, Coronado Meta roducts Inc., P.O. Box 12126. El aso. Texas 79912. DRAFTSMEN MECH/ELEC. MECH T S. 2216 N. Sctsdle Rd. 946-B614 MECHANICAL MAINTENANCE FOREMAN Must have Industrial maintenanc supervisory experience. EXCELLENT BENEFITS Apply at: REYNOLDS METALS CO. 3501 W. Van Burean, Phx 272-323 An Equal Opportunity Employer ACCOUNTING SUPERVISOR BS degree with 3 or more years experience supervising general accounting functions. TELEPHONE 935-3871 UNIDYNAMICS/PHOENIX A division of UMC Industries Inc. 1000 N. LITCHFIELD RD. GOODYEAR, ARIZONA An Equal Opportunity Employer FEE PAID TEETATD ADMINISTRATION BANK MANAGER— Three clients need BANK MANAGERS with minimum of three years management experience. Two Branches have over $20 million in deposits. Excellent benefits & freedom - SALA * Y TAX SPECIALIST — Medium sized CPA Firm offers opportunity to become Partner. Prefer experience in Tax Department with emphasis on Federal. SALARY to 515,000. SALES INDUSTRIAL SALES REFLECTIVE PRODUCTS — World-wide corporation with sales over 1 Billion dollars seeks LOCAL married man with college background fo service the Electronic, Converter, and Transportation Industry. SALARY to S8400 + bonus + caf. BUILDING PRODUCTS— Leader in field needs local man with some technical background and heavy experience in WATERPROOFING and ROOFING. Prefer married man with some col- isMVc R .r. W4M + «*>• CONSUMER SALES PROFESSIONAL — SALARY to $12,000 + commission + car. Hospital division of leader in the HEALTH CARE FIELD offers prestige growth position with unlimited potential calling on Hospitals, Distributors, Industry and Colleges. Require college graduate under 35 with successful sales experience. COSMETICS-Leading national growth company desires executive caliber local Indivldua with at least two years college and one year outside safes experience. SALARY to S3400 -t- comm/bonus -f car. INTERNATIONAL Computerized Placement Service Please call for appointment 277-6246 3550 N. Central Suite 1227 EXPERIENCED hardware and ppiance store man. Box 4-MD, Re- ubllc and Gazette. EXPERIENCED automobile palnf- r's helper. Top wages. 11« East Jan Buren. PHARMACEUTICAL SALES % SALARY-AUTO-BONUS-FEES-PD World's largest drug mfr recruiting now for men who are Interested In a solid career. Prefer age 25-35, college & stable work history A Preliminary Interviews by An Opportunity Recruiting Dlv 734 E. BROADWAY Tempe 967-7534 _ May Call Eves & Weekends EXPERIENCED dlesel drivers with 2 years van lin« experience. 777 ~H0!p Wanted MM*, llhrtM JAM LITTON INDUSTRIES Data Systems Division SEMICONDUCTOR ENGINEERS Apply your j actlve experience in semiconductors to Investigate, recommend, and assure that Data Systems DI- vision is at the state-of-the-art In Large Scale Integration and advanced microelectronic systems. Conduct laboratory Investigation to determine potential of LSI techniques in Data Systems Division future generation systems. Conduct,seminars and act as technical consultant on all Data Systems Division programs as related to the evaluation of new semiconductor devices and their application. Represent Data Systems Division on the Electronic Industries Association Semiconductor Committees. Engineering or,scientific degree with experience in semiconductor design/fabrication/ application required. CALL COLLECT T. M. MARLEY (213) 781-8211 Ext 2728 to arrange a local Interview appointment In fhe near future or send your resume to , P. 0. Box 7601 Van Buys, Calif. 91409 Data Systems LITTON INDUSTRIES An equal opportunity employer FEE PAID Clearing House for Engineers/Mgm PRESIDENT'S STAFF to 16.8K Degree w/Multi-Div. Corp p'an exp OPERATION'S MGR Deg w/Magnetlcs Plant Mgmt Exp, SEMICONDUCTOR ENGS. yx .. BSEE+Test Experience Specif ications-BSEE w/Exp. Development-Diffusion Exp. Contact Zora Brown STAFF ASST TO CONTROLLER Establish/analyse Fin/Budgef/Ex*> Cash Equip assist Corp Head SR. COST ANALYST to 15K BBA Deg+5 yrs xp Ig. Ind. Corp where cost control measures have been recognized PURCHASING AGENT to 15K Deg+stable wk record as Purch. agent for a Comm. instrument mfg. PATENT ATTORNEY to 30K LLB+Science Deg. Asst Corp V.P Law matters of patent and licensing pertaining to chemical and pharm'ls. Contact Marge Bostrom Open Sat. till noon or Eve by Appf. Local-Natlonal-lnternatlonal LNI ASSOCIATES, Inc. 77 Cameibaek E. Suite 206 264-4646 FEE PAID FEE PAID TIE-SHARING Nationally recognized company anticipates a 75% growth in 1968 In its TIME SHARING DEPARTMENT. The com mp u t s r TIME-SHARING busTnoss offers a unique opportunity for COMPUTER PROGRAMMERS, SYSTEMS ENGINEERS and SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION ENGINEERS to enter a field of challenge and excitement. Company offers exceptional and outstanding employee benefits as well as unlimited promotional opportunity. SALARY $9-S16,000. Company Is Interested in interviewing candidates who have interests in the following areas: SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT- Compilers, Assemblers, Sub-Routines, Utility Routines, Assembly Language, & Executive Routines. SOFTWARE APPLICATION Specific Development of Software Packages or Numerical Control, Civil Engineering, Transporation Planning, Manufacturing & Finance. APPLICATION ENGINEER Responsible for Pre-Sale & Post-Sale actipltles. Assist Sales Rep by demonstrating on Teletypewriter Terminal, having knowledge of the content and application of the Library Programs & the a S°OLVE a RS''. " TIME-SHARING SALES Two or more years of Sales (preferably TECHNICAL), Programming, or related experience. ALL POSITIONS require a minimum of two years experience and the company prefers a college degree or equivalent. Some travel is Involved. Relocation expenses paid by the company. INTERNATIONAL Computerized Placement Service Please call for ppolntment 277-6246 50 N. Central Suite 1227 INDUSTRIAL NURSE 12 MIDNIGHT-8 A.M. Leading electronic manufacturer In the local area is Presently accepting applica- ons for Registered Nurses with industrial experience. Outstanding benefits program and excellent potential for growth. Send complete resume Including salary requirements to Box 55MK, Republic and Gazette. An Equal Opportunity Employer M-F TUNE-UP mechanic, remote area obli home required. 112-697-3442. 777-H«lp Wanted MUD, iinHM JtM PLACEMENT BUREAU 812 N. 1st St. CHIEF ENGR CIVIL ENGRS MINING ENGRS ELECTRO. ENGR 254-531 $100 85 to METALLURGISTS PERSONNEL TRNE INDSTL RELA ASST 85 FEES PAID !!75 to $87 Ope $710+ SALESMEN THESE NATIONAL i HBHftJBr'.'MJP^l || |p FE>.. P ,EBC>Lp, WAIIKL,.. .. ALL SA'LA'RiE'D 'POSITIOl BILL LEWI?pR.TQMjyicCOLL. ELAUTOGR/i ^^S'ORTOMMCC FAR WESTERN PLACEMENT BUREAU 812 N. 1st St. 254-531 DANA BROS. USED CARS 300 MILL, TEMPE 966-6261 "TECHNICAL SALES SUPPORT" In Phx. office of Ig. electrical equip m a n u f a c t u r e r. Background I electrical-mechanical engineering de sireable. Degree not required. Sa commensurate with qualification I mm, placement. Box 53EX, Re public and Gazette. PART TIME 6-10 P.M. $2.50 per HOUR Fairfax Co. needs 10 men for demon stration of maintenance equipment Must be 21-55 years of age married reliable with good workfng back ground. Minimum 10 hrs. per week •naxlmum 20 hrs. per week. Guaran eed salary $2.50 per hour. Call be tween -6 pm, Monday, April 1. No other time East side, Mr. Jeffress S6-2810, West side, Mr. Dixon MAINTENANCE Building maintenance man with re- rigeration, & electrical exp. wanted for 3rd shift summer employment. < days per week mid May thru mlc September. Reply stating age ant experience, to Box 71-EX Republi and Gazette. _ COOK-BROILER MAN Excellent OPP. for right & depend, man. Must be fast & willing to, learn. After 2 p.m. Coe ' S60 ° N - Cen " PART TIME JANITORS, permanent, evenings, must have experience, transportation, telephone. East Phoenix and Mesa area. 265-3894 for Interview. Valley Janitor Service. MACHINE MAINTENANCE . Must be able to read hydraulic schematics ESCOA CORP. 1818 S. 16th St., Phoenix PLANT and maintenance engineer Refrigeration experience necessary Foremost Foods Company, V43-344" J 0 U R N E Y M A N, Apprentlc plumber, minimum two year. Phoenix cards. Steady work. Ca after 6 p.m. 943-5422^ FLORAL designer (florist) i work m flower S>IOP. Apply in pe son. David's Flower Shop. 454 North Central^jNg phone calls). nm in f^f-im ui, < iii> K"*-M'c i.ana/« DISHWASHER, day work avaT able immediately. 9:30 a.m. to 4-3 P.m., Jordan's Mexican Foods, 624 North 7th Street. .YOUNG man 19-40 to work flower shop to do sales and som delivery work and learn flowf work. Apply In person. David Flower Shop. 4540 North Centr Avenue. See Mr. David after 9:' AM Monday. (No phone calls). ELECTRONIC ENGINEER 2-4 vrs exp In transistor circuit di sign necessary, exo with linear audio circuit design helpful. W manufacture hearing aids an hearing test equipment and we ar one of the fastest growing companle in the industry. Our englneerin dept. is a small working group where your accomplishments will be recognized. This position will lead t proiect manager level for the riqh person. You will be able to follov your contributions from idea stag to finish product. For further Infor mation call cliff Nygard, Dlrecto of Engineering, Audio-Tone Division Royal Ind., 2422 W. Holly. 254-5888 If you prefer you may call me afte your working hours at my horn INVESTIGATORS Full and part time, for detectivi agency. Over 30, experienced onl' Good credit record. Enclose resum Box 86-EX, Republic and Gazette. SECOND cook, also experience< cooks helper for Minnesota summei resort.279-429B. ' GARDENER 6500 W. Maryla PERMANENT yland 939-339i YOUNG man, between 25-30, foi rainee In furniture upholstery man ufacturlng. For Interview, call Mr Kanon at 268-0245. ESTIMATOR Must be capable of estimating large quantity production parts for both commercial & military require ments. Experience with automatic screw machines helpful. Age no wrier Exceptional opportunity 172-6871. Announcements ClaitM i through 5* 4—Funeral Announcements ,BNEY, William Hobart. 3705~W. Palm Lane. Passed away Saturday, Arrangements pending, A. L. Moore & Sons ADAMS, Robert E. Survived by wife Ruth, Phoenix. Announcement of arrangements later by Mercer Mortuary. UDSLEY, Leon. Services 11 a.m. Monday, Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. The Rev. Lyman Norrls and Chaplain F. B. Woods officiating. Interment Resthaven Park, Glendale. Friends may call from 2 to _9 p.m.. today. E"ND~ER, LeRoy M. Services 2:30 p.m. Monday, Chapel of the Roses, Larry J. Melcher Mortuary. Dr. Weldon M. Wilson, First Baptist Church officiating. Burial _Mesa_Cemetery.. REMER, Theodore. Arrangements pending. Grimshaw's Bethany .Chapel. OOTH, Fredora. Arrangements pending. Larry J. Melcher Mortu- .ary. OYD, Rose. Announcement of arrangements later by Mercer Mor- _tuary. ASTIU.O, Florentine. Beloved husband of Nicanora. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Lupe C. Allmon, Ramona C. Navarro, Mrs. Delores Martinez, all of Phoenix, Mrs Mary Lou Cooley, Oxnard, Calif. Sons, Alvino R., Ft. Hood, Texas, F orentmo R., Glendale, Nick R., Phoenix. Also survived by 3 sisters and 2 brothers in Mexico, 22 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. Recitation of Rosary 8 p.m. Sunday, Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center. Requiem mass 9 a.m. Monday, St. Mary's Church. _ LARK, Emma S. 725 East Ocotilio. Mother of Mrs. Donald C. Scott. Phoenix, Mrs. Lillian C. Vinson, Tucson, Mrs. Harrlette Pernellj Chula Vista, California, D. D. Clark; Lynwood, California, Georga D. Clark; Houston, Texas. Five grandchildren, 12 great-grandchildren also survive. Services 10 a.m. Tuesday, Episcopal Church, Douglas, Arizona. Interment Douglas, Arizona. A. L. Moore & Sons. LINE, Lester (Cherokee Lucky). Husband of Mildred Cline of Calif., son of Mildred Cline of Texas. Services Tues., 10:30 a.m. Interment Double Butte Cemetery. Visitation Mon. p.m., Webber & Sons _Mortuary. RiEWSON,"Ada M. Services 11 a.m. Monday, United Church of Sun City, Dr. H. H. Donnenworth officiating. Interment Buffalo, New York. Visitation 2-4 and 7-9 today, Lundberg Golden Door Chapel, Youngtown. 30UGLAS, Walter. Survived by wife Etta, Phoenix; niece Mrs. Lena Mowry, Gowanda, New York; nephew Frank Douglas, McComb, Ohio. Services 2 p.m. Monday in Sunnyslope Presbyterian Church. .Rev. J. Douglas Gaston officiating. Interment will be In Artesia, New Mexico. Friends may donate to Sunnyslope Presbyterian Church Memorial Fund. Friends may call noon to 7 p.m. today at Hansen Mortuary. ENDERSON. Carlos O. Services 1 p.m. Monday. Cannon Funeral Home. Rev. Houston Walker officiating. Interment Greenwood. Hftltt. Grace o. ServC ucted by Rev. Dons id J >,; E A chapter a Wn 0 «.m !e Stup e °l Esther iy 0.111. monday in Memory Chap, ei, A. L. Moore & sons. A contrl button to the Garrett Memorla the Grace Methodist Church, W. Southern Ave., is preferred lAMMERSLnY, Peter, Edgar. Ao 17..7109 Nortn 77th Avenue. Sur vlyed by .parents Mr. & Mrs Clarence Ha<nmersley. Brother! Michael, Kan^oseph and Cjirtsfo Pher, Ft. Worth. Raymond ano Gerald, Glenda e. Requiem mas wm be r'eclted 9 a.m. Tuesday, st Vincent DePaul, Church, vislfatio Ifter J p.m. Monday. Intermer cemetery. Oreei ORNStEiN, ..Harry. ArranaemehT pendins. «nm»f»w* Bethany ^vnapei. HOUDESCHELL, Dudley. Services Rev. _ J . a , , fc conducted, by Rev. _ Jerome C. POME Treistad & Masonic Funeral Com- colored. mlttee H.-30 a.m. Monday in A /EMAi Memory Chapel, A. !.. Moori 4 Mm sffi sons. _ HUDELSON, Frances R. 2802 w Duranp*. Wife of Earl; Mother Mrs. Lois R. Walters, Howard L. Davis; Sparks, Nev.> Mrs. Arllia J. Jordan; Bountiful, Utah, Mrs Frances D. Dickens, Mrs. Glenne S. Shallow; Phoenix, Mrs. Rom J. Patten; Portland, Oregon & S/ Richard N. Davis; U.S. Army Germany. Passed away Friday One brother, three sisters out o state & 21 grandchildren & great-Brandcblldren also survive Arrangements pending, A.L. M*or & Sons. .SILVER miniature Poodle, male, rtcinitv 99th Avenue, Northern! •.SIBERIAN Husky, red and white. V cinltv 76th Street-thomas. Reward. JOH NSON, George M. Survived b' wife Gertrude Y., Phoenix; sister Mrs. Isabel Fenner. New Canaan Conn. Services will be conducts by the Very Rev. Elmer B. Usher Jr. 11:30 a.m. Tuesday, Chanel li the Garden, Mercer Mortuary Cremation. Friends may call afte 2 p.m. Monday. KING, Clyde. Survived by daugh ters; Mrs. Geraldlne Shurtz, Mrs Ann Reynolds; Phoenix, Mrs Marlorle Griffin, Mrs. La. Rae Roundy; Las Vegas, Mrs. Linda Bonglorno; Burbank; Sisters Mrs Nafhella Woolsy; Escalante, Utah Mrs. Oneta Shurtz; Salt Lakr City;. 11 grandchildren. Service and Interment will be In Boulder Utah, Hansen Mortuary. itajul KINS! LUKINSKY, Meyer. Services and Interment Chicago. Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home fed. MEYER, Pansy Louise. Intermen Skokle, Illinois. Arrangements by Messlnaer's Mortuary, Scottsdale. MEYER, Sadie E. Formerly of Peo rla, Ariz. Survived by husband John L. Daughter; Mrs. Beulah Vannatta, both of Scottsdale. Son Lee R., Glendale, Calif. Sister Mrs. Beulah Wright, Scottsdale Brothers; Elmer Hall, Farming ton. New Mexico, Eldon Hall Oklahoma City. One grandchild Services 10:30 a.m. Tuesday a Braiill-Whltney Mortuary, Glen dale. Private Interment. Visitation 3-9 p.m. Monday. Charles R Whitney, Director. MORROW, Georgia. 711 W. Vernon Passed away March 30, 1968. Sis ter of Mrs. Mary Hicks, and Mrs Opal Straight. Aunt of Mrs. John Klein. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Whitney & Murphy Chapel. Mas of requiem 9 a.m. Monday, SI Gregory's, interment St. Francis. OBERMEYER, Bonnie M. Survive^ by husband Henry; parents Mr. I Mrs. Elmer O. Dowies; son Rich Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. Inter ment Green Acres Memorial Gar dens. Visitation Monday 2-4 p.m 7-9 p.m. PICKEL, Norman A. Services wi be conducted by Manuel G. Mello 7:30 p.m. Monday, Chapel In th Garden, Mercer Mortuary. Privat Interment Green Acres. Friend may call after 2 p.m. today. POTTORF, Carroll A. Age A3. 71 West Mariposa. Survived by wll Mlrtle, Phx. Two children, Tom London. Jean Lewis, both o Phoenix. One brother, Hiram, o Calif. Also survived by eigh grandchildren. Services 3 p.m Monday. Green Acres Mortuary 5830 West Missouri, Glendale. Vi itation after 2 p.m. today. Intei ment Greenwood Memorial Ga dens RABIDEAU, X. C. Entombmen services at Amarillo, Tex. Me drum Mortuary. 52 N. MacDona _St.,_Mesa. SANCHEZ, Rudolpho. Beloved hu band of Carol. Father of Rena Also survived by mother Mrs. R mona Sanchez, five brothers; Rob ert, Anthony, Raymond, and R mon, Phoenix and Nacho, of Call Also one sister Mrs. Rosemar Nava of Phoenix. Recitation Rosary 8 p.m. Monday, Mortense . Kings Funeral center. Requie Mass 9 a.m. Tuesday, Sacre Heart Church. SHIPTON, Everett J. Son of Ves Essing. Services Tues. 2 p.m Chapel, Weber &Sons Mortuar Interment Double Butte. Visltatlo Mon. p.m. THOMAS, Clara M. 11435 lllth Av nue. Sun City. Arrangemen pending. Lundberg Golden Doo Chapel. Youngtown. THORLEY, John. Arrangemen pending. Lundberg Chapel of th _Chimes,_GJendaJe. TILFORD, Ada J. Graveside serv Ices will be conducted by Rev. W Ralph Lufkin, 1 p.m. Monday a Greenwood. Friends mav call a Mercer Mortuary from 2-10 p.m toda y. • TRANT'UM, Augusta P. 1110~Nort 16th Street. Services 10 a.m. Mon day in Whitney & Murphy Chape Interment Greenwood. Friend may call from 1-5 p.m. Sunday a Sacred Heart Home, 1110 Nort _J^ltn St. WALKER, Vera. Mortensen - King Funeral Center. WHINERY, Raymond E! Service 10:30 a.m. Monday at Brazlll Whitney Mortuary, Glendale. In ferment Resthaven Park. Vlslta tion 3 to 7 p.m. today. Charles R _Whitney, Director. WOODY, Roy L. Services and Inter ment at Madison, WIs. Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N. MacDonald St. Mesa. 7—Funeral Directors CANNON FUNERAL HOME 'Sarvlno. the Westsjde" 935-473 A. L. MOORI & SONS Adams at 4th Ave. 252-341 FORMAN'S ARIZ. FUNERAL HOME 376 N. 3rd Ave. A L 3-2332 A. L. MOORE & SONS Services Monday JARRETT, Grace 10:00 A.M, HOUDESHELL, Dudley 11:30 A.M. Adams at Fourth Avenue Forman's ARIZONA FUNERAL HOME _N^_3rd Aye. 254-2332 HAMMOND"'S TEMPE MORTUARY 05 E. Southern, Tempe 967-1643 PARADISE CHAPEL School 955-1600 SUNSET CHAPEL 01 W. Cameibaek 277-2603 MERCER MORTUARY t THOMAS RD AT 16TH ST. hone 265-4473 Private Parking, 0—Florists Flowers express your thoughts .In a manner tfiat always pleases. SEE YOUR NEAREST MEMBER Allied Florists Assoc. DONOFRIO FLORAL CO. ln«8t Flowers Since 1905 254-6761 6-Cards of Thanks WE wish to express our sincere anks and appreciation to our many iepds who were so kind to us irmg our recent bereavement and so for the beautiful floral offers. The Noriega Famljy IN LOVING MEMORY WILLIAM M. SHAW CHARLES POLK ____ QrinTshaw_Mortuarles _ We wish to express our sTncYre hanks to the many friends who ave their kindness, sympathy and eautiful floral offerings during the ness and death of our beloved Ife, mother, and grandmother. ouis M. Vildosola and family. The Famiy of Joseph Romano Ishto express their sincere thanks 3 the many friends and neighbors all your expressions of kindness- extended during the loss of our elgved husband and father. May od bless each of you. Mrs. Joseph Romano Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Guerln 9—Cemetery Lots ft SarvlCM Deer Valley Memorial Gardens _Npn-sectar|an _ Endowment Car* EAST RESTHAVEN CEMETERY JO E. Southern 276-6473 TWO spaces Memory Lawn Me- onal Park in Phoenix. Phone J7-2271 Show Low, Arizona. TO settle estate. Two aclfoining nolce lots East Resthaven Ceme- 25-lost PEKINGESE, female, "SweitfeT' Icinlt/ of Belleview, Scottsdale oad, March 21. Is gold blonde and hite with black face. $50 reward. -0202 i __ BLACK patent purse. Money badly eded. Vicinity 16th Street- Campbell. 252-3162. 25-Ult REWARD $100. Small Bray, German schnauzer, (terrier). short hair, naie, MylSinity <w street, canwi- __ -- nit SLACK Terrier. „ name 'Waldy/' ;as tags. 273-1248 Friday. 233-6965, JT, D_QBERMATnReward. 27«-! 6-1952, $100 ^ REWARD. Miniature arey Sehnauiter. 959-oq75. "MALE. Chihuahua, Black, Tan, vicinity jfttt street, cameibaek. Phona *_R y**3i '45-7065. BLACK female cat; "wiskers' white paws, whlta under chin. Vlcl- Cameibaek. Re- FIVE mpntiw. .old imokey black male Persian kitten. Vicinity 35th Wenu&loogmpb R * wartJ - p|e «* SL "SIAMiSE, mile; George; RsJ West HazelWOOd, a«-4238, 955-6850 GIRLS classes, 3/22, Sunnyslope^ 943-4919. BROWN part cocker, 'vicinity taggs Shopping Center, #th Street, dian School Road Friday 29th. " " rs to "Thumper". 28—Found ^bALMAtlAN, Scottsdal*—i>T8. "GREY fluffy kitten, 76th Street, CamebacK, friendly, 94>-2650. hw'inn" biker" Identify. nity N V 59-2932. Vicinity NE Phoenix " —»»-.» ' "•!'m r n i— r MVTJMI^. SMALL male tan colored 0sbor 33—Auctions WARE'S AUCTION «s1&^E|K se'll on We com •, FRI. , outrigh ission » -^....iimj.mi m.n.-^T lOf 41 Q-\JWT COMING AUCTION tiffany const, company, April llth, 10 a.m., con- act Nelson Auction Service, 3300 ilorth Central Avenue 279-9275. j**>.ii.i_>*d ii i 01 r^vsii me LI 7'rf.i j. JOUTH CENTER AUCTION 969-42931 •iCOTTSDALE AUCTION. WH . r " ' jftU.vTlON EVERY. WED AUCTIONEERS 264-3204 BOOTS" A-l AUCTION PHOENIX AUCTION' CENTgR Auctlon Thurs, 7 P.M. »,~. r, BUD for cash or consign 2633 E. Indian Sch Rd. 274-8241 an lEv Big Auction Everv Sat. $00 $. Cen A) Downard Sale Yard 33—Aucftont AAA MOTION EVERY FRIDAY, 1 P.M. we buy outright or Ml) on consignment for milek cash. Sozjyjib Avenue "pi Public Storage Auction LIGHTNING MOV. & STORAGE ll kind* of household furniture, «p- Sun'^y^ADLlNi Ipfn Republic and Gazette _. Phone 271-sooo Phoenix Newspapers,Jne. Van Buren St. LOCAL RATES i For weekday .publication rnornlna .ReJ lHV 271-8381 Branch Offices, and_ Representatives Service—Phone . Alo 387-7845 Apache Junction Jun -5649 964- Avondale 93 _ .Blsbee 4 _ Buckeye 93' Casa Grande Chandfef Clifton 664, „ Cppifdae 723-: Cotfonwood «.._.. Flansfaff 774-7472 Gilbert 964-5649 _ . Globe 425-2002 Goodyear 935-952? ~su City 855-2634 inqman 753-5694 HavasiTcity Kinqman ,w^ UkeFleJd Miami 473-3261 Negates 287-2910 Page 645-2654 . 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Foreign rates on request CLASSIFIES Weekday Mine S Sunday Deadline 1 p Srtfl PLACt Y6UH AM tAItf *. i . 'hone* Open SUNDAY Offleft Clos PHONE 271-8711 To Place Your Want Ads Consecutive Days . lOc. Per Word Per Day Consecutive Dayi He Per Won Day or Skip Day ( Uc Per word per Day ord Per Day y orde der* DISPLAY STYLE ADS Which use larger type, white space, centered lines, etc: 0 Consecutive Days 70c Per Line Per Day 7 Consecutive Days 75c Per Line Per Day 3 Consecutive Days , « 80c . p . er Line Per Day 1 Day or Skip Day Order* 85c Per Line Per Day 0% Discount Available for Cash rders placed m person at the lasslfled Counter. MINIMUM CHARGE $1.M BOX REPUBLIC & GAZET N . CONTRACT RATES Available Upon Reque Phone 271-8766 & qUeSf OUT OF STATE RATES: Minimum Charge $2.00) Copy received from outside the Boundaries of tns State of Arizona are charged Si.OO Per Line Per Day. Advertisers who specify their weekday advertisements be published In only one of the two da ly papers, will receive a reduction of fie per fne from the 1 time line rate, and copy so ordered will appear -under a separate "Miscellaneous Classi- Sf»cU U ' Sld ' the Rem " ar tlus . first mor ' than The Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. Reserves The Rloht To Edit, Properly Classify or Relect Advertising Copy. DIAL17T8711 To Place Your Want Ads Legal Advertising NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received by the Board of Education of Phoenix Union High School System District No. 210 of Maricopa County, Arizona, for the following: Renovation and Remodeling of Equipment and Sanltalner Storage FaciU- Ties at East, Cameibaek, North, Centra , South, Carl Hayden and Phoenix Union High Schools. Includes Concrete Work, Paving, Fencing, Masonry and Painting. Bid Call No. 10-48. Sealed bids are to be filed with the Dlvl sion of Supply and Property. 415 Eas Grant Street, .Phoenix, Arizona, on or before 11:30 A.M., April 18, 1968, at which time they will be publicly opened am read by the Assistant. Superintendent, foi Specifications to which this bid cal m " st0ma ™ a ML a t> tha DM O.H..I 4.V..IV...I nic avaiiauic sion of Supply and Property. .OF.E.DJJCATlbN, BOAi, PHOE SYST SCHOQ!, ENIX UNIONHIGH EM DISTRICT NO. *iu ur- MARICOPA COUNTY/ARIZONA n u,, / u s/ J WILLIAM D - BOSYROM, Clerk Pub shed: Arizona Republic—March 31 April 1,2, 1968; Phoenix Gazette—Apr! ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS . _ Proiect No. 08-1-00282 San Tan Economic Development Corpora tion Owner Separate c Water Wells for San T Development Corporation will be received eparate sealed bids for TWO Domes- "c Water Wells for San Tan Economic by San Tan Economic Development Cor- Legal Advertising poration at the office of San Tan Eco . op?ned 8n a d nd fh rrad a a f ,ou s d a ! d ,s, cations, and Forms of Bid Bond, performance and Payment Bond, and other the flowing 0 - * mav "* ei(amin ? d at W. S. Goqkln & Associates, Room 616, M£ a !! er r A !; lzo , na A Savlna5 Building 112 " Avenue, Phoenix, Ariz. . s N Central, Phoenix, Arizona, upon pay: ment of $25.00 for each set. Any non- bidder upon so returning such a set will be refunded $ - - NO REFUNDS. -I^ owner reserves the, right to waive w Informalities or to relect any or all Each bidder must deposit with his bid, security In the amount, form and sublect to the conditions provided In the Information for Bidders. Attention W bidders It particularly called to fhe requirements as fo conditions of employment to be observed and minimum wage rates to be paid under the con- No' Wdder may withdraw his bfrf with. Published: Arizona Republic: March 10, ' phoenlx Gaz<rtte: f 9 a SALT RIVER PROJECT AGRICULTURAL. IMPROVEMENT Maricopa County, Arizona -E OF GENERAL ELECTION .the qualified electors of the Salt ,...,., . ........ Power District that a General Election will be ... ... y, the 2nd day of April 1968, between the for the purpose of electing, for a term of two years: . °, n Ti! esda y' ">e 2nd, day of April 1968, between the hours % Pr«w n t < J°wi the 5 ur P.ose of electin ft., Pr ^i der ! t and ., vlce President at large Director and Three Councilmen from -each Division JTPOse of said General Election, the District shall be divided into fntiii'^t Yn 1 ',,^""? p fS cln i ct! V, The qualified electors of said District shall be ^ll | Sy. ) 'P_vofedt said election on the basis of one vote for each acre owned. P S EC INCT NUMBER ONE DIVISION^ NUMBER ONE be the Peorla Woman's Club Building, 10 South Cook shall be Inspector and Rowland Moore n«/Qcn-vr,,«—• sna " be Clerk of the election therein. UMBER th ™ 9 - --• - "• • DIV IS.ION. NUMBER .TWO PRECINCT NUMBER THREE DIVISION NUMBER THREE The polling; place therein shall be the Fowler School, Lateral 19 (67th Avenue) and Van Buren. Mrs. Ruth S. Grout shall ba Inspector and Mrs. Marcla W. Fleming sha I be Judge and Mrs. Gladys O. Brooks shall ba Clerk of the election therein, PRECINCT NUMBER FOUR DIVISION NUMBER FOUR The Poll'ne place therein shall be the Isaac School, 3402 West McDowell. Floyd E. Rice shall be Inspector and Mrs. Lois C. Rice shall be Judge and Walter A. Brown shall be Clerk of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER FIVE DIVISION NUMBER FIVE ..The polling place therein shall be the Roosevelt School, Neighborhood House, 7th Street and Southern Avenue. Chris Jorgensen shall be Inspector and Orville Brown shall be judge and Mrs. Luella I. Painter shall be Clerk of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER SIX DIVISION NUMBER SIX The polling place therein shall be the Prefect's office at 315 North 3rd Avenue. Leon L. Haulot shall be Inspector and Mrs. Lorraine E. Haulot shall bs Judge and Mrs. Frances K. Sadler shall be Clerk of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER SEVEN DIVISION NUMBER SEVEN The polling place therein shall be the Scottsdale High School, hool Sc Scottsdale. Sam Flake shall be Inspector and 210 East Indian Mrs. Rula Flake . Zelda Brewer shall be Clerk of the election therein. DIVISION NUMBER EIGHT 271-8711 ,,x.,,-«. PRECINCT NUMBER EIGHT The polling place therein shall be the Project's Southslde Construction Maintenance Headquarters, Alma School Road and the Western Canal. Mrs. Dorothy Painter shall be Inspector and Mrs. Geraldlne Hanger shall be Judge and Mrs. Mary V. Owens shall be Clerk of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER NINE , DIVISION NUMBER NINE Tha polling place therein shall be the Project's office at 61 South MacDonald, Mesa. Oscar Hovde shall be Inspector and Wllford Hawes shall be Judge and George Blrchett shall be Clerk of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER TEN DIVISION NUMBER TEN The polling place therein shall be the City Hall, Gilbert. Mrs. Bennle C. Cotter shall be Inspector and Mrs, Ruth I. Lamoreaux shall be Judge and Mrs. Vida L. Hatch shall be Clerk of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER ELEVEN DIVISION NUMBER TEN The polling place therein shall be the Latter Day Saints Church, 131 East Buffalo Street, Chandler. Mrs. Leoma Shumway shall be Inspector and Mrs Marilyn Tenney shall be Judge and Mrs. Lillian Hamilton shall be Clerk of tha election therein. By order of the Secretary of the Board this 4th day of March 1968. SALT RIVER PROJECT AGRICULTURAL IMPROVEMENT AND POWER DISTRICT F. E. Smith, Secretary ,„_ , , (SEAL) Published: Arizona Republic— March 17, 24, 31, April 2, 1968. SALT RIVER VALLEY WATBR USERS' ASSOCIATION Maricopa County, Arizona NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION Notice Is hereby given tc the qualified shareholders of the Salt River Valley Water Users' Association that pursuant to the provisions of the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws of said Association, a General Election will be held In the Salt River Reservoir District on Tuesday, tha 2nd day of April, 1968, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., for the purpose of electing: (a) A President and Vice President at large, of a term of two years. (b) One Governor and three Councilmen from each Council District, for a term of two years. For the purpose of said General Election, the ten Council Districts In said Reservoir District shall be divided Into eleven (11) voting precincts; the polling clac» and election officers for each being as follows: PRECINCT NUMBER ONE DISTRICT NUMBER ONE The polling place therein shall be the Peorla Woman's Club Building, 10 South Central Avenue, Peorla; Mr Orville Cook Is appointed Inspector, and Mr. Rowland Moore and Mr. Otis Cook are appointed Judges of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER TWO DISTRICT NUMBER TWO . The polling place therein shall be the Pendergast School, '/i mile south of Indian School Road on Lateral 22 (91st Avenue); Mrs. Juanlta Charlebois is appointed Inspector, and Mrs. Linnie A. Penderaasl and Mrs. Mary F. VanDyke are appointed Judges of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER THREE DISTRICT NUMBER THREE The polling Place therein shall be the Fowler School, Lateral 19 (67th Avenue) and Yuma Road; Mrs. Ruth S. Grout is appointed Inspector, and Mrs. Marcla W. Fleming and Mrs. Gladys Brooks are appointed Judges of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER FOUR DISTRICT NUMBER FOUR The polling place therein shall be the Isaac School, 3402 West McDowell, Phoenix; Mr. Floyd E. Rice is appointed Inspector, and Mrs. Lois C. Rice and Mr. Walter A. Brown are appointed Judges of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER FIVE DISTRICT NUMBER FIVE The polling place therein shall be the Roosevelt School, Neighborhood House, 7th Street and Southern Avenue; Mr. Chris Jorgensen Is appointed Inspector, and Mr. Orville W. Brown and Mrs. Luella I. Painter ar» appointed Judges of the election therein. PRECINCT NUMBER SIX DISTRICT NUMBER SIX The polling place therein shall be the Project's office at 315 North 3rd AVenue; Phoenix; Mr. Leon L. Haulot is appointed Inspector, and Mrs. Lorraine E. Haulot and Mrs. Frances K. Sadler are appointed Judges of the election therein PRECINCT NUMBER SEVEN DISTRICT NUMBER SEVEN The polling place therein shall be the Scottsdale High School 210 fast Cidian School Road, Scottsdale; Mr. Sam Flake is appointed Inspector, and Mrs Rula £L a £?..?f 1 A-'\ r r;.A e i d 5 If.SJYSr. are appointed Judges of the election therein.' PRECINCT NUMBER E GHT . DISTRICT NUMBER EIGHT PRECINCT NUMBER NINE ' DISTRICT NUMBER NINE The polling place therein shall be the Proiect's office at 61 South Macdonald, Mesa; Mr Oscar Hovde Is appointed Inspector, and Mr. Wllford Hawes and Mr George Birchett are appointed Judges of the election therein. w ' REC NCT NUMBER TEN DISTRICT NUMRPR TCM That part of Council District Number Ten lyln- "--"• --'?--• "^BtK.TeN from the southwest come 1 - of Section 1" southwest corner of Section 13, Township I South, Range the^soujhwest corner of Section 24, Township 1 South, .R Ten lying North and East of a InJ drawn S, Township 1 South, Range 5 EastT to the l !'».l,*y l 6i..S« n «.A- E «*U.«ien9B South to East, pi«iT KE S R I'L a iv L E-N HMel1 are appointed ^'c^TRTcV&M aJt^r^'ancjve^^ nn\ inn nla^n thnrAln chall Ka »ha I attai'-*4ai> Ca: n «.. ,-u...._u i fn w-- _* X.*i!' . »'» polling place therein shall be the line _. Tl .—,-. —;— —^, -- — —. ^ Church, 1.11 l=ast "B"uffalo < 'Street Chandler; Mrs. Leoma Shumway is appointed Inspector, and Mrs Mar Ivn Tennw and Mrs. Lillian Hamilton are appointed Judges of the election therlln Tennw The qualified shareholders of the Salt River Valley VYater Users' Association shall be entitled to vote at said election on the basis of one votei for eacH acre owned, not to exceed 160 acres. Batn acr * By order of the Secretary, this 5th day of February, 194 SALT RIV WATEf - SEAL) ubllshed: Arizona Republic— March 3, 10, 17, 24, R VALLEY ERS^ASSOCIATION Secrttary April i, 1MU. •v

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