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Thursday. March 17. 1966 Dial KE 2-Mini THE EL PASO TIMES El Paso's HOME Newspaper Want Ad Dept. 532-1971 Page 1-E Refuses To Bar Ad In Newspaper Truth or Consequences, N.M. (AP) Dist. Court Judge D. A. MacPherson denied Wednesday a request for an injunction to prevent a Truth or Consequences weekly newspaper from printing a political statement as an advertisement. The request for an injunction was made at an Albuquerque hearinsr bv Truth or Consequen ces Mayor Gale Thomas, City Atty. Fred Smith and radio station operator Neil Baird.. J The Judge ruled they did not; show irreparable damage that I would occur if the statemmnt, was published. j Paul Tooley, president of the Herald Publishing Co., publishers of the Herald, said he was ad- vised by the grouD Wed".esd-y he would be sued for libel if he, published the statement. j Tooley said the statement was' made by Wilburn Spray, who was fired about two weeks ago as the city manager. Tooley said he originally declined to publish the statement as a news item because he believed it would serve no useful purpose. Tooley said Spray's supporters then bought sufficient advertising space at normal herald rates to publish it. "With all of this activity there must be something in the statement," Tooley said. He said he held the statement out of this week's issue because of the possibility that a restraining order would be issued after the Herald's press run began Wednesday. Carlsbad Paper Sale Announced Carlsbad, N.M. (AP) Sale of the Carlsbad Current-Argus was announced Wednesday by Floyd B. Rigdon, publisher, and the new owner, Phillip F. Buckner, Seattle, Wash. Buckner, president of the Carlsbad Publishing Co., and Rigdon did not disclose a sale price of the company's stock. The Carlsbad Publishing Co. is affiliated with the Scripps League of Western Newspapers, which also has the Tucumcari Daily News as a member. Hugh Wagnon, formerly with the Chester, Pa., Times and the Pocatello, Idaho, State Journal, will be the new publisher of the Current-Argus, the joint statement said. Wagnon was chief of the London Bureau of the Asssociated Press during the German Blitz of World War II, and has been with the AP in various state bureaus. Rigdon had been publisher almost 33 years. Kiwanis Club Hears Of Strokes Strokes account for approximately 20 per cent of all deaths from heart disease, claiming 200,-000 lives in 1964, Dr. Saul B. Appel, specialist in cardiovascular treatment, told El Paso Kiwanis Club members Wednesday during their weekly luncheon in Hotel Cortez. While one of the leading causes of death, many more victims recover with only slight or no disability and can be rehabilitated to lead useful and active lives, he said. The common stroke c a n be brought on by several causes hardening or clogging of the arteries to the brain, hemorrhage from a ruptured blood vessel or from pressure on brain tissue. Susceptibility is often hereditary and the best precaution is having a periodic physical examination, he said. Vital Statistics Marriage License Daniel Turriago, 40, Mexico. D.F., ond Columba P. Olache. 33. Mexico. Roymundo Luevonos. 20. of 8317 Hester St.. and Leticia Sanchez. 18, of 3507 Pero Ave. Martin C. Schreiner. So, New York, and Emma L. Preuss, 48, Flushing, N.Y. Franklin G. Landls, 46. Buffalo, N.Y., ond Marilyn A. Morin, 34, Kenmore. N.Y. Kenneth R. BerryhHI, 19. Ft. Bliss, and Judy R. Caskey. 14. of 324 N. Chelsea St. Juan M. Resendez, 21. Juarez, and Rosa M. Montes, 19, of S712 Yborra Court. Luis Porras, 29, Canutilto, and Irma Marquez, 22, Canutlllo. Wlibert Broussard, 38. San Rafael, Calif., ond (Catherine Moore, 32. of 9293 Diana Drive. Blot J. Muro, 18. of 572 Schwabe St.. ond Patricia Ouintero, 15. of 572 Schwabe. John C. Strassner, 20, Ft. Bliss, ond Leslie F. Bell. 20, of 1033 Duskin Drive. Births WEDNESDAY Southwestern General: Mr. and Mrs John l Malone, 2525 Silver Ave., girl: Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Robertson Jr.. 8120 Freedom Drive, girl; Mrs. and Mrs. Lester D. Van Horn, 9316 Roanoke Drive, girl. Hotef Dieu: Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Ivey, 10000 Rushing Rood, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Juan Plascencia. Juarez, boy. William Beaumont: S.Sgt. and Mrs. Everett L. Ward. Ft. Bliss, boy. Providence Memorial: Mr. and Mrs. Bias Lozano, Juarez, girl; Mrs. and Mrs. Alan W. Beckert, 2710 Memphis Ave., boy; Mr. and Mrs. Rodoifo I. Herrera, 3931 Monroe Ave., boy; Mr. and Mrs. Raul Morales, 7954 Hermoslllo Drive, boy; Mr. and Mrs. Hector Garcia, 3005 Gourd St., boy; Mr. and Mrs. Ignacio Rivera, 1112 Cimarron St.. girl. In The Courts DOMESTIC CASES Divorce Suits: Antonla P. McSurdy vs Gerald D. McSurdy; Stan Engleman vs. Elinor Engleman. Annulment Suits: Arrle E. Burgln vs. Irmgand Ammon Burgin; Shirlee Loretta Dave vs. Bobby Duane Davee. Divorce Decrees: Janice L. Moore vs. Jerry J. Moore; Bobbie Jone Lester Hed- rick vs. Forrest J. R. Hedrick; Maxlne cruichfleld vs. o. Carl Crutchfield; Dickie Tlghe Wharton vs. Robert Dee Whar ton; Lldla N. Santana vs. William A. San-tana Jr.; Gall McNutt O'Rourke vs. Pat Francis O'Rourke; Joseph P. De Biaso vs. Freda Nell D Biaso; Linda Lea Moore vs. Charles G. Moore; Mariorie E. Ramsey vs. Jerry R. Ramsey; Linda A. John son vs. james H. Johnson; Lester R Winkler vs. Mary Monroe Winkler. I small space in the right place makes big sale use want ad for fast results call 1 1 fe Segals ZONING LEGAL 21-llelp Wanted-Male 2I-IIeIp H'anted-Male 21-llelp Wanted-Male 21-llelp Wanled-Male 2 1 -Help Wanted-Malc ALVAREZ Antonio O. Alvarez, 41, of 3005 Rivera St., passed away in a l:cal iiosoita . Life-bna rcz rierit of E, Paso. Survivors, wife, Mrs. Carmen M. F. Alvarez, one son, Antonio Alvarez, Jr.; four brothers, Fidel, AI-, fonso, Alberto, and Aurelio Alvar:z.j Three sisters; Mrs. Maria Luisa Baker, Mrs. Dolores Cnovez, anJ; Mrs. Refuaio Barron all of Eli Paso. Rosary services Thursday at : 8 P.m., Hardinq-Orr & McDaniel.' Montana Ave. Ciiaocl. '-'.moral, Mass Friday 8 a.m. Guardian An-1 ael Church with Rev. Ramon Sunve! officiating. Burial in Ft. Bliss National cemetery. Arranaements Hnrd-ina-Orr & McDaniel Montana Ave. 320 Montana ave. 533-1 646 "BENNETT Mrs. Laura Bennett, of 4107 Atlas Ave., passed away Tuesday. A resident of El Paso 2 years, formerly ol Billings, Mont. Member of the Catholic Church. Survivors: Nephew and niece, Sgt. Harold and Judy M. Quinn, El Paso; 2 nieces. Miss Mar-jorie and Miss Alice Quinn, Arlington, Va.; 2 grand nephews, Patrick Quinn, El Paso, and Phillip Quinn, Arlington, Va. Rosary services will be held Friday at 7 p.m. in the Harding-Orr & McDaniel Pershing Dr. Chapel. Funeral mass will be said Saturday, 10 a.m., at the Biessed Sacrament Church with Rev. Fr. Roland Vonder Haar of'i-ciatina. Mrs. Bennelt's remains will be sent to Billings, Mont., for inter-mint In the Mountain Vi-w Cemetery, where graveside services will be held Monday at 11 a.m. under the direction of the Smith Funeral Home. Arrangements by Hardlng- Orr & McDaniel Pershing Dr. 3707 Pershing Dr. 566-2911 CASANOVA Funeral Mass for Miss Maria D: Los Anaeles Casanova F., 9. f Juarez, will be said at 9 a.m. Thursday at St. Francis Xavier Church, entombment in the Mausoleum at Evergreen cemetery. Arrangement by Kaster & Maxon Downtown Chapel. 201 E. Yandell Drive 532-3431 DUNCAN Mrs. Vera M. Duncan, 74, 220 Gibbs, died Tuesday, resident of El Paso 56 veors, member of the Ysleia Methodist Church. Survivors: husband, William T. Duncan. Son; wiiiinm M Duncan, three daughters, Mrs. Jack McNutt, Mrs. Sam Jen-1 kins, all of El Paso; Mrs. B.I. Sauires, St. Louis, Ao.; Si-ter, Hazel Vaughn Leiah, Ft. worth Texas. Ten qrandcnnar.n. areat grandchildren. Funeral serv ices 4 P.m. Thursday, easier & Maxon Downtown Chapel, wiih t-.? Rev. J. R. Bunts officiatina. Pallbearers, Crawford S. Kerr, Sr., For rest W. cooper, bimon AACVav, rran-cis Warnock, Vernus M. Carev and J. M. Hanks. Burial in Ever green cemetery. Memorial cpniroi- tions may be maae to a ravonie charity. 201 E. Yandell Dr. 532-3431 DURAN Mr. Juan Duran. 65, of 1124 7th ave., passed away in a local hospital Tuesday, resident of El Paso 48 years. Survivors, wife, Mrs. Nor- beta Duron, Five sons, Kamon, Manuel, Leonardo, Jose and Ricar-do Duran; four dauahters, Mrs. Ce-cila Hinoiosa, Mrs. Rosa Fiores, Mrs. Gloria Vasauez, Miss Teresa Duran, brother, Francisco Duran. all of El Paso. Brother, Ventura Curan, Chicaao, III. 24 grandchildren. Family rosary Thursday at 8 p.m. Memorial Chaoel. Funeral Mass Friday at 8 a.m. St. lanatius Catholic Church, kev. Andres Ponso officiating. Burial in Concordia Cemetery, under the direction of Mam-orial Chapel. no N amobell 533-2-11 PARSONS Funeral services for Arthur F. Par sons, 3630 Sacramento Ave., win De held at 2 p.m. Thursday, St. Ai-hnn'c FnitrnDai Church, with the BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT NOTICE AND AGENDA ! March 23, 1966 The Zonina Board of Adiustmen' will hold a public hearino in the Council Chambers of the Citv-Coun-tv Buildina at 2:00 P.M., on Wednesday, March 23, 1966, to consider the followina cases: 1. 042.7704. 3323 Durazno Avenue. Eduardo T. Orteaa reauests per-missicn to expand an existing non-conformina structure in an M-l zone Lot 13, Block 44, East El Paso Addition. 25-13 (2). I 2. 042.7705. 9279 Cana Street. Francisco Pina requests permission to construct a house on an oaa-snapea lot without the reauired lot area, in an R-4 zone. The westerly 5354.67 sa. ft. of Tr. 6C, Block 47. Ysleta Grant. S-13 (15). 3. 042.7706. 500 Block Thunderbird. Coronado Development Cororatirn reauests permission to expand an apartment use 50' into an R-3 zone Description of a parcel of land be-ina a portion of the A. F. Miller Survey 212 in the City of El Paso, El Paso County, Texas and beina more particularly described bv metes and bounds as follows to From a point, said point lyina in the southerly survey line of the A. F. Miller Survey 212, said point being also the northeasterly survey corner of the A. F. Miller survey 214 and also beina the northwesterly survey corner of the A. F. Miller Survey No. 215 in the Citv ot El Paso, El Paso County, Texa: Than,- Fnt ninnn the southerly ,r lino of the A. F. MMlor Survey No. 212 a distance of 132.98 feet to a ooint in the easterly rio'it-nf-wav line of Shadow Mountain Drive; . , Thence 50.04 feet alona the easterly rinht-nf-wav line of Shadow Moun- nriv,. nnri ninnn the arc of a curve to the riaht whose central nnls Ic 1 rimrw 34' 24". the TO- Hi.. hPina 1822.08 feet and whoe 38' 28" East a distance ot su.u rai, long chord bears North 7 degrees Thence North 8 degrees 25'40" East and continuing along the easterly .ki.A.uinu iin nf Shadow Moun- r.,;,,. n rfktinm nf 759.52 feet; Tk..r. naA. 7n fot oinna the easterly i-inht-nf-wav line of Shadow Moun- nin Drive and alona the arc of a -,... i th loft whose central an- ni it AO dearees 00' 00", tne raaius. k.inn SMI 77 TPT anfl WTlUbf? nun. chord bears North 21 degrees 34' 20" West a distance of 560.27 feet; Thence North 51 degrees 34 20 ho nnrhprlv riaht-of wav line of Shadow Mountain Drive Hicnnr nf o 95 feet: Thsnrs si 40 feet alona the arc of riirvo to the riaht whose -nt' nnni ic so rtpnrees 57' 56". the ra- j: on nn font nnrt whos UIUU3 UCliitl ...... innn rhord bears North 06 degrees 35' 22" West a distance of 28.28 feet to a point in the easterly right-of-way line of Thunderbird Drive: Thence North 38 degrees zj oo East along the southeasterly rinht-of-wav line of Thunderbird Drive, said line beina 30.00 feet 'outht-erly of and parallel to the center-line of Thunderbird Drive a distance of 159.31 feet; Thence South 78 degrees 36 24 East a distance of 143.44 feet; Thence North 51 degrees 36 24 West a distance of 127.80 feet: Thence South 38 decree a o w a distance of 65.12 feet to the DOint of beginning and containing in all 4,161.17 square feet or 0.0955 acres of around more or less. 25-13 (31. 4 042 7707. 3005 Jefferson. Edward D and Darlene S. Morrison request a conditional use permit to ooerote a child care facility in an R-4 zone. West Vi of lot 19. all of lots 20 ond 21, Block 2, Summit , (v.inno un Tliff. Artin B. S. Delohine N. Cooper request permis- : - inrnia n mirtino home in an n c i nit s-30. Block 5 and t nts UV 5-7, and 11-30. Bl 4 Hiahland Park Addition. 25-13 (11. Cstinnc rni pc"r" j mi.aua nnrwnr In the Citv Con; of the city "f Fl Paso. Texas. -s-Ashlev T. La Taste A-h'-V T l a Tost". S'rnrv Tonina Board of Adjustment T--i7. EL PASO INTERVIEWS ENGINEERS ENGINEERING DESIGNERS Engineers at AVCO Ordnance Division Work In small groups with proiect responsibility from concept to final test. Ordnance Engineers and Designers Research and development of explosive munitions Involving aero dynamic devices, dispersion mechanisms, chemical containers and initiating mechanisms. Mechanical Engineers and Designers Small mechanical devices, mechanical fuzes, inertial type mechanisms, out-of-line explosive trains, small gear trains. Mechanical Engineers Experience In electronic packaging. Mechanical and Electronic Engineers Reliability and computer experience. Electronic Engineers Radar or solid stote experience to work on solid state proximity fuzes and ICBM electronic fuzes. Openings at all levels based on experience. If you have an M.E., E.E., A.E. or similar degree, less than S years experience and are willing to redirect your engineering effort, we Ore interested in talking to you. To arrange for a personal Interview, call Mr. G. C. Coleman, Director of Industrial Relations, at the Rodeway Inn, phone 778-6611. THURSDAY. MARCH 17 2:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Or send complete resume to Mr. W. S. Murlin, manager. Salary Placement. AVCO Ordnance Division Richmond, Indiana Home ot Earlham College (An Equal Opportunity Employer, M F) -Special Notices I WILL not be responsible for any debts other than my own. SFC Albert L: Brown, RA 50190106, HQ. Co. EASCOM, Bldg. 1378, APO San Francisco 96301. 1 3-lersonals PALMER GRADUATE MASSEUSE Appointment only call Mrs. McKenzie 533-7033. I will not be responsible for anv debts other than mv own. Marv E. Smith, 235 Easy Way. I WILL NOT be responsible for anybody's Bills. Except my own. Guiliermo Williams. 24 HR. nursing care. Cedar Grove Nursing Home, 7358 Alameda PR 2-1961 I3-S?l5o;ls. Instruction baum, John Barefoot, John Kim-mel. Bill Muzzv, John Q. Adams. Burial in Ft. Bliss National cemetery. Arrangements by Kaster & Maxon Downtown Chapel. ,,,,, 201 E. Yandell Di 532-3431 TABER The- nnAersitned is an ban's Episcopal inurcn, wim "c - - . . S.JiJat1iicattt for a wine only rUHUCUICII UCIl w j I " , . . x iu i A)tf ff haenave sun from the Texas Liquor Control Board and here by gives notice by pub- li ration in accordance with the provisions of Section 10, House Bill No. 77, Acts of the Sec-nnd Called Session of the 44th Legislature des ignated as the Texas Liquor Control Board. The wine only package permit will be used in the conduct of the business Alex's Kosher Market, 1000 Wyoming Street, El Paso, Texas, El Paso County. Alexander Cluck, owner. Mr. Barney Taber, 76. 4309 Memphis ave. passed awav Tuesdav. He had been a resident of El Paso 18 years and was a member of Con-qregqtion B'Noi Zion, he was a retired cotton merchant and was a member of Roosevelt Masonic Lodae. Providence, R.I. and oast Commander of Post No. 23 Jewish Vvar ua mnc n vpteran of WW I. Survivors, wife, Mrs. Ethel N. Taber. Fl Paso, son. Dr. Ben V. Taber. Dnin Aifn fnlif. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at National cemetery, rcaoui i-eu noun officiatina. Pallbearers will be Dr Larry Gladstone, Lawrence Re-man. Dr. Ruben Mutnick, Dr. Bradford Hardie, Dr. Phillip Soloff, Dr. Robert H. Thayer, Dr. David Wem-stein and Dr. Werner Soier. Hon-orav pallbearers will be Samuel Reedman, Morris Bilskv, Mike Sn -der. Arranaements Hardina-Orr & McDgniel Montana Ave. 320 Montana Ave. 533-1646 8-Inoome Tax Service $5 U? HH BLOCK CO. AMERICA'S LARGEST TAX SERVICE 566-9551 7038yj Alameda 708 E. Yandell 4327 Hercules 3901 Montana WEEKDAYS 9-9, SAT. & SUN. 9-5 INCOME TAX MRS. JOHN GOHF Certified Tax Consultant 2734 Federal 565-2332 INCOME TAX Reasonable rates. 8 a.m. -8 p.m. Mrs. Wm. L. Hutchison, 3917 Fred Wi'son Rd., 565-6809. MATHIS Does returns in your home 533-6352 $4 UP Financial Management Assoc. Our office or your home 2117 Wyoming 533-2550 INCOME TAX c. Bookkeeplna S. Roberts, Service, 9 8o00 Dyer to 9 755-6852 INCOME Tax. Personal or business. Watson's Bookeepina Service 9 to 9 daily. 1221 Oakdale (Cielo Vista), 778-1553 EARN MORE MONEY IN 1966 CLASSES NOW FORMING IBM ACCOUNTING STENO SECRETARY PBX-CLERK TYPIST CIVIL SERVICE TRAINING DAY OR EVENING DURHAM COLLEGE 409 Texas KE 3-9797 (Low Monthly Payments) BOND Business Schooi 2208 MONTANA SHORTHAND Day Class beginning March 21st Eve Review & Dictation M-W 8 p.m. DATA PROCESSING Keypunch Openings Now Automation Office Practice Mar. 21 Day or Evening 533-2629 INDIVIDUAL Income Tax Service, $5.00. Tigua Area. 772-6295. 7852 La Senda. VOORHEIS T316, 17 Mrs. Maude Voorheis, 81, oa"-e l , -f , - iq(.(. away Sunday, March 13 in the Ka-Dated March i.", lfOO unm fnr th Anrl in G - ':. i I rwy 1 I t Okla. She wa a life n-.-mber c' the Eastern Star and White Shrin-; in Tulsa, OMo.. a member of th-' United Presbyterian Church. Sur vived by on 'on, Leon Voo'.ie -El Paso, dauahter, De Loris An-derton of Tulsa, Okla.; 7 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren- Fu-caruif-ac will hp home. Services at Cemetery Chapel In Tulsa. Okla. 3-Frneal Directors MARTIN 3839 Montana 566-3955 HARDING-ORR & McDANIEL 320 MONTANA 3707 PERSHING 533-1646 566-2911 KASTER & MAXON 201 E. YANDELL 4848 ALPS DR. 532-3431 751,1287 RODEHAVER-MILLER 2600 E. Yandell LO 5-2748 MEMORIAL CHAPEL 533-2441 110 N. CAMPBELL SAN JOSE FUNERAL HOME 601 S. Virginia f5?;185 SALAZAR FUNERAL HOME 425 S. Oregon, 533-6042 3-tar'! oi Thanks With Regard to a Card of Thanks Very often a card of thanks in this newspaper meets a need which can hardly be solved in any other way. Not only is it a aracious expression of aratitude to those w .1 have sent floral tributes but also courteously acknowledges the ser-ices and kindness of the many to whom a personal note of thanks cannot well be mailed or whose names and addresses are not known, insertion of a card of thanks may be arranged by telephone to 532-1971 WE wish to extend our heartfelt thanks and appreciation for the acts of kindness, messages ond sympathy and beautiful floral of ferings received from our kini irends and neighbors and to thank all others who assisted in so mnnv w-"'- during our recent beregve-ment. Bill Swan Famil- WE the family and relatives of T. O. Norfleet wish to thank their manv friends -and relatives for the beautiful floral arrangements and ex pressions of svmnathv during the loss of our beloved one. Le,a;s NOTICE TO BIDDERS Sealed bids will be received at the Office of the County Purchasing Agent until 10:30 a.m., April 4th. 1966, to be opened at a meetina of the El Paso County Commissioners' Court the same date, for one (1) Tractor with Rotary Power Attachment, and one (1) 3Vi cu. ft. Cement Mixer, for the County Recreation and Road & Bridge Departments. Specifications, bid forms and Instruc tions may be obtained at the County Purchasing Office, Room 204 City- County Building, El Paso, Texas. Cashier's, Certified Check or Bid Bond in the amount of 5 per cent of "i total b!d must accompany eorh bid. All bids must be sealed and -rked ' Bid to be opened ADril 4fi 1964." Said contract shll be let to the low est responsible bidder, and the Com- sv'ne" Court reserves the rlgh to reiect any and all bids and waive f--sn:cil't''". Onlv b'rt th-t en' 1 with specifications will be consid ;rcd. 0. E. Bartholomae, County Purchasing Aqenf T3-17. 3-24 Want Ads Locate Buyers Use Want Ads Dial Want Ads 532-1971 If you tell 7em you can sell 'em You can tell 'em in the WANT ADS and the cost is LOW! o DIAL 532-1971 for FAST RESULTS! INCOME Tax, Graduate Tax Consultant. Jim 8. I la Cartwriaht. Ooen 9-9. 8203 Alameda. 859-9561. HUSH F. DO LAN 565-0449 3203 Mobile 543-3431 INCOME TAX S3 UP PHONE 755-9619 DAVIS INCOME TAX $3.00 UP. Bill Lopoint. 915 Newman St. 532-7556. hfi FN Murrv. State-Federal, 11 veors experience In El Paso. 859-96 r3 RETURNS PREPARED IN YOUR HOME BY MOO RES UL 9-7558. 11 -Meeting INotices m Sunland Lodae 1344 A.F. & A.M. 100V2 N. Poplar tfcr0 St. Called Communica- T. tion 7:30 P.m. Work in Second Degree. Visiting Masons Welcome. HOMER E. FLEENER. W.M. & Regular meeting Corona- do Lodge No. 1406 Thurs. mfCy March 17 at 7:30 p.m. -J' District Deputy, Brother -? Jack Fry will pay his official visit. Visiting Masons welcomed. Refreshments. JOSEPH Y. HOLT. W.M. FLOOR work. Fraternity Lodge No. j. 1111, AF8.AM, Scottish J Rite Cathedral. 7 p.m. VOV Thurs., Mar. 17. Vlslt-mg Masons welcome. H. W. JOHNSON JR., W. M. 12Lost and round AKC Male Colie lost, larqe one vear old, golden sable and white Weiohed 80 lbs. when lost Friday March 4th. Answers to name Chum." Please call 772-1579, If you have any Information as to this doq's whereabouts. Liberal reward. LOST: Black & White Boston Bull, almost blind, reward. 1407 Arizona, 533-3119, LOST Blue Persian male cat. Trimmed like poodle. Reward. 7123 N. Loop, 772-6296. LOST: Black Pekingese puppy with Biggs rabies ta"3. Reward. 233 Pennsylvania. 566-0215. LOST pair of Lady's black frame alasses In St. Pius X. Reward 778-2733 ic vnn mutt nlve un vour Det call Humane Society, 533-6971. FCC License preparation classes Start March 21 EL PASO SCHOOL OF ELECTRONICS 4708 Alabama 566-4371 Enroll now IBM KEY PUNCH & WELDING El Paso Evening School 2231 Arizona Avenue 532-3977 Talent Agency Register now! Experienced mole & female photographic models; com mercial voices. 532-4034 or 584-2338 2210 Montana. ART ACADEMY OF EL PASO Day, evenina classes. Painting DRAWING Commercial fine art 1704 Montana KE 2-4041 SOUTHWEST School Complete Business Courses 542-0561 SHORTHAND, typing, civil service. dictaphone. Morn - afternoons - nites, Longbotham, LO 6-3175, 77Z-5533. Conversational Spanish courses start May 2. Chavez Academy of Spanish 801 E. YanrMl. 533-6331. KEY PUNCH DATA PROCESSING SCHOOL 533-1313 532-1120 TEACHING MACHINE. Free Dem onstration in Your Home. 751-2591. 13A-.Music Teachers PIANO LESSONS at vour home. Phone 772-5100. 20-Emnloy'nt Agencies i;-PersonaIs COMPLETE PLATES $39.95 Vi blk. over bridge on right and Juarez Ave. 408, Th blks. to Santa Fe Bridge and 16 of Sept. 205 be tween Juarez Ave. and Ferrocarril. Phones 2-4994, 2-4991, 2-3747, 2-1218. Open Sun 8. Hblidays. Cd. Juarez. B-D-A EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 13th Floor Suite E. El Paso Nat'l Bank Bldg. SECRETARY Colleae backaround. Fast tvnist 350 SECRETARY 35-50. Gracious lady 300 SECRETARY Receptionist. Accounts payable 300 DICTAPHONE Typists several varies SUPERVISORY Bookkeeper full charge 400 SECRETARY Shorthand & calculations. Over 30. Permanent 370 WE REALLY NEED QUALIFIED APPLICANTS. ENGINEERS GOING OPERATIONAL Nearly all of the 60 permanent buildings are going operational laboratories and such space age fields as sonics, electronics, materials, instrumentation and communication . . . the test and data handling complex acquiring handling and displaying data from 1 100 channels while a stage is firing, using 20 different recording media . . . booster storage facilities . . . the massive industrial structures. A 26 mile railroad is already operational. Cryogenic barges are on it, maneuvered by the country's first jet powered tug boat. Cryogenic materials are flowing through the handling systems. The first booster the S II has been delivered from California to the site, has already moved through the channel and is on the test stand. NOW WE'RE READY FOR YOU! EL PASO INTERVIEWS March 17, 18, and 19 Several hundred Engineers and Scientists are already setting up for the static firings of the first and second stages of Saturn V. General Electee's responsibilities in this king-sized program are to support NASA's Mississippi Test Facility, located only 45 miles from New Orleans. A "hot" firing of the second stage of the Saturn V has been scheduled for early spring. This first firing of the test vehicle signifies the beginnng of MTFs role in the exploration of space. And it is only a small preview of what's to come. Much more will follow for years and years. A partial listing of current openings at General Electric's Mississippi Test Facility Support Department: Acoustics Engineers BSEEME Analysts Data Systems BS degree Cryogenic Engineers & Cryogenic Specialists BSMECHEPet. E Data Reduction Specialists BS degree Electrical Engineers BSEE Engineers Instrumentation, vibration measurements BSME Engineer Instrumentation, temperature measurements BSME Systems Engineers BSME Systems Engineers Controls BSME Engineers Quality Assurance BSEEME Mechanical Design Engineers BSME Specialists-Configuration Controls) BS Degree Technical Writers BS or BA Degree . Also Support Personnel Needed in the following area: Cryogenic Technicians . . . electronic technicians ... quality control technicians. El Paso Interviews March 17, 18, and 19 Call Mr. L. N. Odams at 778-6411 Thursday: 4 P.M.-9 P.M. Friday: 10 A.M.-9 P.M. Saturday: 10 A.M.-5 P.M. If on Interview Is not convenient right now please forward your resume with salary requirements t wr. j. w. van Arsaau, Koom no. v&l, Mississippi lest support Department, General Electric Company, Mississippi Test Support Department Missile and Space Division An equal opportunity employer (M & F) Call B-D-A 532-5969 ai rnwni ia anonymous Has but one purpose: To help the sirk aicononc recover n ne wisnes a norma'. haDDv existence without the use of alcohol. Intergroup and Alanon 533-4556 UNABLE TO QUALIFY FOR A LOAN TO REPAIR YOUR HOME? NEED REFINANCING? BACK TAXES? 7 TO 10 YEAR LOAN. 566-2121 P.O. BOX 215, EL PASO, TEXAS. B-D-A Use Classified Ads Dial 532-1971 MARIAN SAYS! RELAX WITH US Largest massage center In the city. 4 operators, open 6 days week, 9 a.m. 9 p.m. 4826 Dyer 566-9231 ANY witness to 2-28-66 automobile accident on the freeway, near Hunt er exit. Please call Lynn Slater 565-2287. RAM PHOTO LAB For the finest in photo finishina. all color & black & white 2929 Wyoming. 565-6891. 5 DAY FREE TRIAL Norelco Dictating machine. No ob ligation. Call TNM Dictating Ma chine CO. 532-6646. MATERNITY care for unmarried mothers. Including doctor, hospital and living arrangements, confiden tial. Salvation Army. 3911 Bliss St, MASSAGE, STEAM & WHIRLPOOL BATHS CALL 532-7434 FOR ALEXIS COMPACT owners. For authorized service on your compact cleaner, Call 566-9649. BIGELOW KARPET KARE DuSang's El Paso Professional Carpet cleaners since 1912 MASSAGE, sauna vapor bath. 916 N. Stanton. 532-6412. Jackson. FINEST Prescription Service any where. Gunning-Casteel Drug Store. Classified Ads Pay Dividends Dial 532-1971 13 E El Paso Nat'l Bank Bldg. 532-5969 SALES TRAINEE young- degree car 500 OUTSIDE SALES experience preferred wholesale appliances 5-700 COUNTER SALES Bilingual good knowledge of electronic parts 350 CLbKK. some typina relocate cansDad 405 HEWITT EMPLOYMENT AGENCY Across the Nation 804 El Paso Nat'l. Bank Bldg. 532-6561 NEEDED NOW 12 construction civil engineers for top Gulf Coast Jobs. Bring resume immeaioTeiy .-to is.ooo overtime ALPHA EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 814 Southwest Bank Bldg. SECRETARY Shorthand NEED TEN to $350 CASHIER TYPIST $225 RECEPTIONIST Attractive ....$260 SECRETARY lite shorthand Attractive $275 PAYROLL CLERK HEAVY JOB. East .....to $400 BEST JOBS SECRETARY, type 60, shorthand 65 $260 SECRETARY, full charge book keeper, snortnana necessary Excellent OFF SEJ PRESS OPERATOR. good experience Open ELECTRONIC REPAIR TRAINEE. age 21 to 29 to relocate to Carlsbad, Artesia or Ros-well. after trainina In El Paso Excllent FULL CHARGE BOOKKEEPER Open SURGICAL SECRETARY $310 NURSES AID Open ELECTRICIAN $300 (2) SALESMAN, car fur nished ... Salary Commission SERVICE TRAINEE, bond- able .Open PART TIME LEGAL SECRETARY Open EMPLOYERS SERVICE Chelmont 4428 Montana Fox Plaza 5541-B Alameda Five Points 3023 Pershing Downtown 213 1st Nat'l Bldg. Hondo Pass Center 4928 Hondo Pass 5 LOCATIONS "If we don't have the ob you want, it's our ob to find it." "SLAVE DRIVERS" We are, but $675 a month heals a lot of wounds. Write giving resume: n. LYNN MERCER P.O. BOX 1416 LUBBOCK, TEXAS CASHIER Permanent position. Restaurant ex perience necessary. Evening shift. Vacation with pay, hospitalization insurance. Apply Clock Coffee Shop 8409 Dyer. RETIRED Man or Widower to te Hotel Clerk & PBX Operator. Must have references, be single, live at Hotel. Living accommodations and salary. Call Mrs. White 532-6985 for Interview. EXPERIENCED service station attendant. About 40 yrs. old. Must have local reference. Weekends & nioht work. Permanent. Joe's Gulf Service, 5001 Dyer. Floor Work, Froternltv NEED two men for personnel replacements. Part-time, 15-20 hrs. per week. Must be married, presentlv emoloved, and have car. Military welcome. 591-0387. 598-4682 SOUTHWESTERN EMPLOYMENT SERVICE 312 CAPLES BUILDING OFFICE POSITIONS FOR EXECUTIVES AND TRAINEES ' 306 E. SAN ANTONIO OUR 15TH YEAR 1 542-1807 TEMPORARY OFFICE WORK TYPISTS STENOS SECRETARIES Kelly Girl oervice 814 Southwest Bank Bldg. No Fee Army Wives Welcome An equal opportunity employer VERI-MFTPir EMPLOYMENT AGENCY 1021-A Wyoming 533-8271 "THE Best Jobs are Listed With Larson s 4U t. hranklin, 542-1708 ACCOUNTS PAYABLE, Type, Payroll ...to $300. FILE, RELIEF PBX ....$225. TYPIST, Compose Own Letters, Keep Inven- tory $260. WILSON Employment Agency EL PASO NAT'L. BANK BLDG. 12TH FLOOR SUITE C MAIN AT MESA 544-1414 BASSET! Employment Service No. 73 Bassett Center. Bassetf community Hall. Next to 722-2702 EXPERIENCED Dinner Cook & Pantry Man, Patio Dinina Room 5th floor. Downtowner Motor Inn. AIRPORT cab and limousine drivers. Appiy Yellow Cab, 325 S. Santa Fe. WANTED full time or part time service station attendant over 25 Spanish speaking. 2900 Wyoming. EXPERIENCED service station me chanic with tools. 2920 N. Piedras EXPERIENCED upholstery wanted. 805 Noble. man SERGEANTS Earn S48 per week, 15-20 hours, Hours arranged to suit you 755-2548, 565-6251 Attention Qualified VW Mechanics Opportunity of a life time for 1 er mure quaimea vw mechanics who would like to ao In Partnership or independently to operate a well equipped service parts & repair facilities for a successful indeoemt. ent VW operation. Will mn.irt.. OenerOUS Profit chnrinn n anteed minimum for riaht party , en Mum icvuir ana parrs, call; lexas tmpioyment Commission 532-4901 Ad paid for by employer ACCOUNTANT College graduate, maior In nr. counting. Knowledge of corporate and partnership accounting, consolidated statements, payroll and related governmental requirements. Tax experience desired but not essential. Ability to adapt to ma chine accounting includina romoi- ters necessary. Send confidential resume of personal, educational background and experience to NPC Box T318. CAB DRIVER Earn up to 60 commission after gas & 2. No phone calls. Checker Cab. 801 Olive. GOOD dependable dishwashers. Good pay to the right party. Apply in person only. Truck Terminal Cafe, 6666 Gateway East. ELECTRICIANS wanted with city electrician's license, good salary and good workinq conditions. Apply 6840 Industrial, 778-4441. WANTED: Automobile Body Man, auto painter, commission 70 30. riemy ot woric guaranteed. Ward's Ft. Bliss Garage, 3414 Dyer. BARTENDER wanted for New Mexico Cocktail Lounae. Must be able to mix on mixed drinks. NPC Box C-17. EXPERIENCED all around service station man. Please bring references 615 N. Mesa. EXPERIENCED commercial presser and spotter $85 per week, must be available now. Phone Las Cruces, 526-9121 or 526-6464. WANTED: Part-time man. servire station attendant. Aolv 3201 Alabama. APPLIANCE repairmen for bench work. Must be experienced & have references. NPC Box C-18. BOY wanted to drive delivery truck. Must have driver's license, know streets. Angelus Cleaners. WANTED: Sewing Machine Service man, five days a week. Apply Sin-ger Company, Northgate Center. BODY and paint man, insurance benefits provided by company. Ex-- penenceq. oooa pay. 533-9681 Experienced automobile trimmer vi uyer Mechanic Must have hand tools. 405 Orqoin Wav Heating air conditioning refrigeration service man. Will pay top wages for qualified man. Call TU7-2264 or write P. O. Box 576. Carlsbad. New Mexico. WE WANT A MAN who believes in his ability, who Is not afraid of hard work, and who expects to be compensated accord-Inalv. To the man who qualifies, we offer a permanent ond Independent business career within ihe framework of our national oroanlza-tion. Send resume to Mr. Collins, NPC Box T-285. FRYCOOK Permanent position open for experienced and conscientious man. Must have proven backaround in food preparation and cost control. References required. For Interview call Lyle Dautrich Clock Cotfee 8409 Dver. EXCELLENT opportunity tor advancement with a national finance company. Prefer a man around 25 years of aae. Bilinaual, must be high school graduate. Good startinq salary with company car furnished A liberal plan of company bene-fits. 533-9804. EXPERIENCED mechanic t9 work for Rambler and International Truck dealer in small town. Good opportunity. Inexpensive living. Salary commensurate with ability. Warwick Motor & Supply, Hatch, N.M. Phone (505) 267-4641 days, 267-4202 tvenlnaj ana aunoqys. EXPERIENCED WAITERS 21-llelp Wanted-Male Continued on next page 1

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