-EL PASO HERALD-POST, Friday, February 6,1976 r*l I* servces are held . PV Â·;' . -*. Â·'' Fyiieral .services for Robert Lee Williams Jr., wh^died yesterday, were to be ; held today at 1:30 p.m., at Siarding-Orr and Me-. Darjiel Montana avenue chapel, with Rev. Ron Thomson officiating. In- teritient is in Ml. Carmel Cemetery, Ysleta. Mr. Williams had been president of Charlotte's Furniture Co. Inc., and had been a member of St. Clement's Episcopal Church. He had been a resident of El Paso 28 years, and lived at 1054 Torrey Pines drive. Survivors are his wife, Mrs. Charlotte B. Williams, El Paso; daughters Melissa O'Rourke, El Paso, and Patti Williams, McLean, Va.; a son, Robert Brooks' Williams, El Paso; mother, Mrs. Eunice Williams, and sister, Martha Rhodes, both of Picayune, Miss.; " a brother, Wade Williams, New. York City; grandson, Robert Francis O'Rourke.' Japanese film expert studies E.P. culture A Japanese graphic designer and filmmaker is visiting El Paso this week under the sponsorship of the Bureau of Educational Cultural Affairs of the U.S. State Department. K i y o s i h A w a z u o f Kawasaki, Japan, a suburb of Tokyo, is spending a month in the states through the Institute of International Educational Council of Leaders and Specialists. HE IS BEING escorted in El Paso by Mrs. Reiko Bradley, born and reared in Japan, who lives at 8829 Polaris street. Yesterday he visited the Museum of Art and today will tour the Chamizal Memorial, El Paso amphi- t h e a t e r site, J u a r e z Museum of Art and History and the Civic Center. -He will also call on Dr. Clark Garnsey, Department ol Art Chairman, at U.T. El Paso. Awazu is particularly interested in theater archi lecture as he designs thea ters and is also an art direc tor, essayist and script writer. He has his own studio in Kawasaki. Man sentenced under Youth Correction Act Anthony Carl Smith, 19, was sentenced today by U.S. District Court Judge William S. Sessions to serve an indeterminate term under the Youth Corrections Act on a charge of mis- Two men jailed Derrick Lee Henderson, 20, 9000 Marks court, and Dennis James Richardson, 22, 10625 Nell drive, were jailed early today and c h a r g e d i n w a r r a n t s issued by Peace Justice Jesus Hernandez with possessing u n d e r two ounces of marijuana. They were arrested by Police Officer C. J. Everett, after he stopped a car for a traffic violation at Alcan drive and Trans-mountain road and spotted a;sack of the weed. demeanor possession of heroin. Smith, who received immunity from prosecution in state court in view of pending testimony by him in the Glynn E. Nelson case, had pleaded guilty to the lesser charge on Jan. 22. In another sentencing, Jose Luis Torres Perez, 22, an inmate at La Tuna Federal Correctional Institution, was sentenced to four years to serve consecutive to a term now being served, on a charge of assault on another inmate. Judge Sessions recommended also that Torres e n t e r a d r u g a b u s e program. Also, Shawn A r t h u r T a y l o r , 1 9 , a d d r e s s unlisted, pleaded guilty to simple possession of cocaine and sentencing deferred. PETSHGPS JEWELED DOG COLLARS Priced 4.79 to 7.98 Were 6.79 to 11.79 PET SWEATERS Now priced only at PLACE A "VALENTINE PERSONAL l a d i u . . . NOW IS THE TIME CASH II VtPvi A message all your own to appear on Feb. 13th and Uth in our Special Valentine Personals Column in the classified section. Start wording your message to your loved 'one'today! ^ f both days . . . *Â· 1 3 - I -WORDS, JUST 18 Words-- $1.50 Â· 23 Words-- $2 CALL BEFORE 3:00 P.M. ^THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12th \ 532-1971 N - i Â· Xv.CUSSI.FIED ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT Open 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Weekdays r Â·Â· Â· Clean out the garage! Trade all those unwanted and unneeded i for cash. You Can Do with FAMILY WANT AD! 13 Words 3 Days $1 or 13 Words, 7 Days $2 Special, reduced Family Rates apply when you sell anything priced $300 or less. Advertise as many items as you wish. Al! we ask is that a price appear for each item in the ad. These rates do not apply for commercial items. 532-1971 Weekday 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. St Obltworta E! Paso Herald-Post 3- Funeral Directors ^ Â·Kdniinq-Orr FUNERAL HOMES 320 MONTANA, PHONE 533-1646 3707 PERSHING. PHONE 566-2911, Â· Kaster,Maxon |i FUrell St-fUuii I-- ra^c .\MIC--_ 12-Lost and Found REWARD: Lost Saturday, Jan. 31, at Bassett Center, brown bag containing pictures of great swH Pteaw call Irma at LOST Large Golden Brown epHtptk ^SS'SrirfiS* ^llTM 1 ^ fdentlirVatfon. Reward! SM-9978. - " Â· ' " ' ', ,, Lost female Doberrruin PlrtKher. Bird and Rlverbend Streets , US Reward. JU-ttM. fa LOST- Navy blue shoulder purse, T. Wlnn's on Dyer. Important papers., -.r Call 544-5742, M2-1M3; ALFARO Mrs. Perfects Ceia Alfsro, 81. Canulll- (o. passed away Wednesday In a local hospital. Resident of Canutl to 19 years. Member of Emmanuel United Â·Â· Methodisl Church of El Paso Survived bv 1 sons Manuel and Nicholas Alfaro. .1 daughters Mrs. Mary C, Carrlllo, all of Canutillo. Mrs. Eva Ybarra, Mrs. Reyna Dominguez, bom of .E| Paso, Mrs. Julia Manzano, Juarez. Hgrand- children. 21 great-grand children, 4 brothers Salvador and Jose Ce|a. bom of Mexico. Manuel and Angel Ce|a, both of El Paso 3 slslers Mrs. Juana Valtierra, Mrs. Maria C. Navarrete, Mrs. Laferia C. Rodriguez, all olMexi- co Prayer service wfll beat 8:30 PM Friday at Martin Chapel. Rev. Jose Salcido officiating. Furtoral service al 11 AM Saturday al Marlin Chapel, Rev. Ramon Ramirez officiating. Pallbearers Samuel Domfnguez, Roberto Carillo. Ramon Chavez. Jose Muro, Gabriel Dominguez, Simon Manriquez and Raul Oominguez. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery. Directed by Martin. 3839 Montana ^ SINCE mt -^ 566-3955 LOST small male Peke-A-Poo.AprlcoÂ» . and white. Coronado. Needs medical. atlentte!i..atu Castile. -FOUND: White Female Samoy-ed : Near Mt. Abbott. About 10 Months LOST: 'l Gold Wratch wIthFlexIble Gold Bracelet. Vicinity of 2900 Silver 51. Â· CHACON Jose Chacon. SO. 8714 Roseway, passed away Wednesday in a local hospital; resident ol El Paso 54 years; member o( Our Lady al Mt. Carmel Catholic Church. Survived by 2 sons; Cirilo Chacon, Â£ Paso, Hector Gardea, Lubbock, Texas, Daughter; Mrs. Jesusita Leal, El Paso. Sqrandcliildren. 6 great grandchildren. Rosary service will be at 6 p.m. Friday, at Our Lady ol Ml. Carmel Catholic church. Funeral mass B a.m. Saturday, at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Catholic church. Rev. P. J. Martinez officiating. Burial in Mt. Carmel cemetery. Direcled by Mar- 3839 Montana 5AS-3Â»S5 SAN JOSE Ml S. Virginia S3M854 MEMORIAL CHAPEL HON. Campbell S33 : 8441 - MISSION 2400 E. Yandell 545-4061 BANKS-MARL IN 3331 ALAMEOA 532-1321 Salazar Mortuary 425 S. Oregon SKH042 3A-Funeral Associations CASH BURIAL PLAN No medical, no age limit _ 544-2223 or 751-1727 4-Memorlals ; FEL1CITASSALCIDO ~~~ A First Anniversary Mass will be held Sunday. Feb. 8 al 9 AM. at All Saints Church, 1415 Dakota. All friends and relatives are invited to.attend. The Mass will be given by the Salz Family -On February 9th there will be a mass in memory ol our beloved son Antonio SUuentes Jr. at 12:00 Noon at Immaculate Conception Church on 118 North Campbell. All relatives and friends are invited to pray tor the soul of our 1 Antonio and Marta Sifuenles Sr. . _ REWARD! Springer Spaniel missing,, liver white, Coronado, Named 'VShadow". no collar. 584-2019. LOST: Irish Setter with Kansas City. Â· tags. Cielo Vista Apis area. REWARD. . 592-4164, ask for Barbara. _ _ LOST: Three year old white male Samoyed. Reward, call 751-71W eve- nmos; 566-8737 days. __ LOST: 3 month old'/! Dalmatlon, Vi St. Bernard. 1 blue eye. Sunrise Center. No lags. REWARD. 7SI-8749. Lost: Ladles wire glasses in pink case, between Kern Â«Â· Coronado. 5W-37M. evenings. _ FOUND: brown female puppy, whits markings-feet, chest. Black maybe boxer. 755-9297. nose, 13-Personals 7-Speclal Notices OAXACA Miss Maria I. Oaxaca, 80, 4(W San Gabriel passed away Wednesday In a local hospital. Resident of El Paso 5 months. She was a Melhodlst Missionary in Mexico for 50 years. Survived by sister Mrs. Valenlina Sepulveda. El Paso. Several nieces and nephews. Prayer service will beat 7p.m. Friday at Marlin Chapel. Funeral service at 9 a.m. Saturday al Martin Chapel, Rev. JoeSalcidoand Rev. DavidCastillool- flciating. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery. Pallbearers; David Oaxaca. Hector Sena. Eduardo Sepulveda. Ruben Dominguez, Jorge Alvarez and Felix Vega. Directed by Martin. 3B39 Montana Ave. 564 3955 VAN SWERINGEN LTC Joseph H. Van Sweringen, USAF (Ret), 71, 7830 Pecan Court passed away Wednesday in a local hospital. Resident of El Paso. Member ol me Catholic Churcn. He retired from U.S. Air Froce after 30 years ol service and was veteran ot WWII. Survived by wife Mrs. Rose B. Van Sweringen, El Paso, 2 sons Howard Van Sweringerr, Columbus. Indiana and Ronnie Van Sweringen, Washington, D.C. S grandchildren. 5- great-grandchildren. 2 sisters Mrs. Carmen Licata, Boston, Mass, and Mrs. Helen Winger. Moro Bay, Calif. Rosary Service will be at 7 p.m. Sunday al Martin Chapel. Funeral mass at 8:45 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph Catholic Church. Rev. Joseph L. Scnill ofliciating. Burial in Ft. Bliss National Cemetery with military honors. Direcled by Martin. 3J39 Montana 5M-39S5 WASHINGTON John G. Washington, 78. Rendondo Beach, Calif., passed away Tuesday'n Torrance, Calit. Resident of Redando Beach6monlhs. Former residenl of El Paso. He was a retired sheriff. He was a member of American Legion Post No. 36, Life member of Suffolk County Police Assn., and member of American Associalion of Retired Persons and was Veteran of WWI. Survived by son, John T. Washington. Redondo Beach, Calif.. 2 daughters, Mrs. Fred Bennigsen, Ramona, Calif., and Mrs. R. Rhia, Glendale, New York. 2 sisters, Mrs. M. O. Olsen, Rutland. Vermont, and Mrs. A. Cullinan, Barto, Pa. Graveside services will be al 2:30 p.m. Friday at Ft. Bliss National Cemetery with military honors. Rev. Louis Mancini ofliciating. Direcled by Martin. , 3839 Montana 5A6-39S5 WILLIAMS Robert L. Williams. 1054 Torrey Pines Drive, passed away Thursday. He had been a resident ol El Paso lor 28 years and was.a member ol the St. Clements Episcopal Church. He was President of Charlolle's Furniture Company. Survivors: wife. Mrs. Charlotte B. Williams. El Paso; daughters, Melissa O'Rourke. El Paso, Palti Williams, McLean, Virginia; Son, Robert Brooks Williams, El Pasn; Mother, Mrs. Eunice Williams; Sister, Martha Rhodes. both ol Picayune. Mississippi; brother, Wade Williams, New York City. New York; Grandson. Robert Francis O'Rourke, El Paso. Funeral Services will be held Friday at 1:30 P M. in Ihe Harding Orr McDaniel Montana Avenue Chapel, Rev. Ron Thompson officiating". Interment will be in Ihe Memory Gardens ot the Valley Cemetery. Pallbearers will be Maury Kemp, Bob O'Malley, Doug Ramsey. Wally Lowenfield. Jack Timbrook, Louis Scoll, Walter Frank, and Curl Hawley. Arrangemenls by Harding Orr 8. McDaniel Montana Avenue. 320 Montana Avenue 533-1444 2-Flortsts __ Carter's Piedras St. Flower Shop COMPLETE FLORAL SERVICE SINCE 1937 Mrs. J. C. Carter Janice Carter Kelley run tJ. PIEDRAS 54S-7?58 HATFIELD'S FLORIST ONE OF THE FINEST AND MOST COMPLETE LINES Or FLORAL ARRANGEMENTS 720 MONTANA532-4401 WANT AD DEADLINES: Want Ad-ViKX i on duty from HOW TO WRITE A GOOD WANT AD 1. IT'S ALWAYS BEST Iq start your advertisement with the nameof the article or service you have to offer. If you have an apartment or room for rent or property for sale, It's better lo slart your advertisement wilh the location. 2. BE CLEAR. Readers react more quickly and favorably when given complete or definite information. One ol Ihe most important considerations of any advertisement is to include the S rice. MAKE IT EASY for Ihe reader prospect to reach you. ALWAYS INSERT your telephone number or your name and address. If you do not have regular hours slale a preferred time to have prospects contact you. 4 THE .GREATEST READER RESPONSE can be secured for your advertisement by using consecutive insertions. Play sale seven-day order is best and costs less per Insertion. There arc also special monthly rates for those who wanl to keep their name- and otlers before Ihe public each and every day. You can slop the ad when vbu qel the desired results. 5. PLACE YOURSELF In the reader's position and ask yourself what you would like to know (about your offer). The answer you give wltt make a good classified ad. 6 CLASSIFIED READERS ARE already Interested In buying used or new merchandise. These people have the money and are In Ihe market to buy. Give them'every advantage you can wilh good ad copy. 7. WANT ADS THAT FAlU.dO SO not through any lacko! readership, but because they are olten quickly worded and do not contain enough Information lo QC^ prompt action. 8 TO PLACE YOUR ADVERTISEMENT in the El Paso'Times and Herald Post, where you reach the active Classified market. Â·- .-. Â· ' Call 532-1971 Weekdays 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Sierra Medical Center Is managed without regard to race, cojor or national origin i'n accordance with Title 6, Civil Rights Act pt-1964. This means thai we accept and care for patients without regard to race, color or national origin. 8-lncome Tax Services MRS. JOHN GOFF CERTIFIED TAX CONSULTANT 2734 FEDERAL 545-2332 COLONEL BEN QEHMKE (RET.) TAX SERVICE 1609 PASSE RO DR. 778-7886 JIM 8. ILA CARTWRIGHT GRADUATE TAX CONSULTANTS 8203 ALAMEDA 859-9541 Crane Bookkeeping Service 7702 North Loop 778-3351. NO APPOINTME NTNEEDED UNITED Tax Services. Income Tax preparation El Paso,- 532-5044; Las Crur.es (5051 SM-905B. THOMAS R. GRIGG Graduate Tax Consultant 512B Peacock Lane, 755-5963 _ __ CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES: (Minimum Charge S2.70) 13 Words: 52.70 S10.71 J15.00 18 Words: UM $14.26 SM.OO SPECIAL FAMILY RATES FOR ITEMS PRICED $300 or LESS: 13 words-3 days-$] 13 words-7 days-$2 Minimum charge on Family Rate is SVOO. Otter Limited to Non-Commercial Advertising for items offered for sale at S300 or less. Price of each item must appear In the ad. CLASSIFIED DEADLINE 3:00 WEEKDAYS Deadline for Sunday or ' Monday -- 4:45 p.m. Friday. CALL 532-1971 8 a.m c 4:45 p.m. Weekdays REMEMBER YOUR VALENTINE Place A "Valentine Personal" U-Meetlng Notices CALLED Conclave. El Paso Com- mandry No. IB, al 1505 Magruder, 7:30 P.M.. Friday Feb. for annual inspection. Dinner will be served at 6 P.M. Visiting Sir Knights welcome. Wallace E. Dunn, CMDR. Wallace Hughston Lodge No. 1393 , AF8.AM, 5502 Hondo Pass. v A + Called Meeting ! PM. Satur- %Qf day, Feb. 7. Work in (lie Pel- 'r x lowcraft Degree. Visiting Masons most welcome. Refreshments. A. A. CARDELLA. W.M. Legals 8 a.m. to 4:45 riday. Monday Call before 3 p.m. for ycxr ad to appear the next mom- ing. EXCEPT: Gill before 4:45 FRIDAY (or your ad to appear Sunday or Monday. Saturday 8 to noon correction! or cancellations are taken (We are jorry, no new aai can be accepted on Saturday) Closed Sunday LARGE ADS. A* over 8 inches in length or larger than 1 -column mint be In the clauified department 4:45 p.m., two working doyi prior to publication. CALL 532-1971 DÂ»Â«ct Lin PLACE* WANT ID 532-1971 NOTICE TO ALL PERSONS HAVI NO CLAIMS AGAINST THE ESTATE OF CARMEN Q. CONTRERAS, DECEASED Notice hereby Is given that original Lellers Testamentary for the Estate of CARMEN 0- CONTRERAS were issued on February 2.1974. in Cause No. J.1513-C. pending In the County Court of El Paso County, Texas, to JOSE JAIME CONTRERAS and VICTOR DANIEL CONTRERAS. The post office address ol such Executors is: c/o BURTON H. PATTERSON, Suite 9'B HI Paso National Bank Building, El Paso, Texas 79901. All parsons having claims agalnsl this EMate which currently is being administered arc required to present them within Ihe lime and in Ihe man ner prescribed by law. Dated the 2nd day ot February. By: BURTON H. PATTERSON Altorney for the Estate HP: 2-6-76 Column on February 131h and 14th. Slart wording your Valentine today and give us a call! 13 Words Both days Only $1 18 words--$1.50 23 words--$2 CALL BEFORE 3:00 P.M. FEB. 12th 532-1971 WANT AD DEPARTMENT Open 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m. Weekdays ATTENTION INCOME TAX : SPECIALISTS Place your listing In classification No. 8. - "Income Tax Service:" Nowl Ask about our low 30 day rate CALL CLASSIFIED 532-1971 Weekdays--8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. ROOMMATE LOCATORS We have people with houses apart- - menls who woujd like lo share rent, males w/males, females w/females. No mixing please. For info call 778-4736. ALCOHOLIC ANONYMOUS Central office of El Paso 533-SSS9 .-. 24 Hr. Answering Service Â· P.O. Box 1405 El Paso, 79945 FAMILIES OF ALCOHOLICS ALANON-ALATEEN INFO. 532-2173 PENNYRICH bras, lingerie, panty . hose See Rulhe Peterson, at 6324 Edw qcmere, 77M341, eve. 565-4534. . Problem pregnancy? Birthright can , help. Free pregnancy tests. Call 544 0744, aw N. Virginia. . ; p UPHOLSTERY: Av. sofa, S66. Chair, S33 for labor. Free Estimates, pickup, delivery. Guaranteed 755-2566. PREGNANT? Unwed? Need Help? Call Salvation Army Booth Home. .-= 56S-4A38 . I will buy your COLOR TV or WASHER. 755-5633 ask lor Jimmy, REDECORATE YOUR WALLS. CALLAWAY'S CUSTOM FRAMES 7760140 7505 Calalpa I WILL not be responsible for any debts other lhan my own. John B. Slokes. COUNTRY FOLK--Enlertalnment ' Pickin Singing Contacl, T. Green T. Becker. 545-1645. 533-6671 Problems Worry You? LET US HELP- Call 779-1800 _ 14-Transportatlon "STANDARD AIRWAYS" Now offers e "Weekend in Las Vogas" Rd. trip direcl. complimentary dining, luxurious room. Call Now '169.96' 751-0070 or 751-8111 AAACON AUTO TRANSPORT INC. SHIP OR DRIVE A CAR TO ALL POINTS IN USA 4700PER5HING 5AS-317Q Â· NATIONWIDE AUTO TRANS., INC. Ship, Drive Vehicle. Insured ICC. 7700 Alabama, Ste. J. 757-2I6S Instruction 15-Schools, Instruction AUTOMOTIVE WELDING-REFRIGERATION APPROVED FOR VETERANS TRAINING EL PASO TRADE SCHOOL. INC. 1001 Myrtle Phone 544-6774 4710 ALABAIViA 56*4.171 FINISH HIGH SCHOOL AT HOME. FREE BROCHURE 8, sample lesson. . Wrllo American School ol Chicago, PO Box 8J, El Paso, Texas. MANNEQUIN MANOR . Fashion Career School 512 N. Meia 5M43H FOR INFORMATION Â· ' Â· ~ DALE CARNEGIE COURSES Â· Â· Â· Â· CALL 533-121* ;Â·- SOUTHWEST CONSERVATORY OF MUSIC . M? E. YANDELU MS-394) DIET Workshop Mind Control. 4 Weekly Salons ISO. Call 778 490S for further Incormatlon.
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