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Page Six (Section Two? School Gives J Weather Reports Many Awards ARU THE MOOX'S PHASES PHOENIX WEATHEKM KTEB Feb. 18 TEMPE, Feb. 14—An award as-| sembly was held yesterday at the Fen- . B Eighth Street School, honoring | students who had excelled in thei Mal . 6 semester in citizenship, scholarship,! attendance, and physical education. | Miss Helen Roberts, principal j Mar - " of the school, talked concerning the meaning of the awards. Other program numbers included a talk, "Arizona's Birthday", Josie Perez; piano numbers, Helen Valenzuela and Helen Burgos; and guitar selections by M. Stitt, Adolpho Alvarez, Frank Molina, Charles Perez, and Ralph Gamboa. Presenting the awards were Mrs. Catherine Thomas, Verling W. Marshall, jr., Miss Vera Chase and Miss Roberts. The awards follow: Scholarship—Jimmy Acedo, Tony Obregon, Henry Salazar, Teresa Anguis, Anita Martinez, Rosa Morena, Josie Perez, Salome Tobin, Lupe Valenzuela, and Erma Lee, eighth grade; Louis Burgos, Frank Molina, Joe Obregon, Louisa Anguis, Viola Cruz, Helen Gray, and Erslinda Martinez, seventh grade; Henry Acedo, Carmelita Acosta, Olive Bracamonte, Gerardo Escalante, Nellie Gamboa, Chona Gonzales, Nellie Molina, Ernest Moraga, Ralph Perez, and Junior Rivera, sixth grade; Charlie Acedo, Jesus de la Cruz, Leo Jiminez, Gene Leon, Lupe Munoz, Maggie Perez, Jesus Ruiz, Rarnona Saiz, Carmelita Salazar, Helen Valenquela, and Suzie Yanez, fifth grade; Helen Burgos, Mary Lou Gamboa, Helen Hernandes, Tillie Molina, Virginia Molina, Rachel Rodriquez, Mary Ortez, Joe Escalante, Flario Moraga, and Jesus Perez, fourth grade; Annie Gamboa, Eva Gonzales, Socorro Martinez, Oraila Morales, Lolita Tobin, Frank Acedo, Rudolfo Acosta, Stephen Escalante, Augustin Laguna, Mike Leon, Charlie Moraga, Ruben Moraga, Ralph Rivera, Paul Saiz, Robert Valenzuela, and Gilbert Villa, third grade. Citizenship—Tony Obregon, Henry Salazar, Anita Acedo. Teresa Anguis, Anita Martinez, Marcelina Molina, Rosa Morena, Josie Perez, Annie Quihuiz, Oralia Romero, Salome Tobin, Mary Valenzuela, and Erma Lee, eighth grade; Adolfo Alvarez, Louis Burgos, Manuel Bustamente, Jesus Escalante, Edward Florez, Louis Gonzales, Merijildo Jiminez, Frank Molina, Joe Obregon, Gilbert Robles, Louisa Anguis, Viola Cruz, Julia Escalante, Petra Gonzales, Helen Gray, Mary Leon, Erlinda Martinez, and Prudencia Morena, seventh grade; Henry Acedo, Carmelita Acedo, Carmelita Acosta, Avelardo Alvarez, Olive Bracamente, John Color, Teresa Cruz, Oscar Cortez, Joaquin Duran, Gerardo Escalante, Rudolfo Florez, Ralph Gamboa, Nellie Gamboa, Chona Gonzales, Nellie Molina, Ernest Moraga, Ralph Perez, Junior Rivera, Belia Robles, Helen Salazar, Josephine Salazar, and Mike Sanchez, sixth grade; Charlie Acedo, Leo Jiminez, Gene Leon, Carmen Lopez, Lupe Munoz, Augustine Orduna, Maggie Perez, Jesus Ruiz, Carmelita Salazar, Helen Valenzuela, Alex Villa, and Suzie Yanez, fifth grade; Sally Alvarez, Helen Burgos, Frances Gamboa, Helen Hernandes, Lily Leon, Tillie Molina, Virginia Molina, Rachel Rodriquez, Socorro Fuentes, Rachel Munoz, John Chavarria, Joe Escalante, Don Moraga, Florio Moraga, and Jesus Perez, fourth grade; Socorro Aguilar, Annie Gamboa, Eva Gonzales, Socorro Martinez, Oraila Morales, Carolina (T ^ It's Great To Live In Arizona! FEBRUARY H. 1WI ARIZONA FORECAST Mmtlr cloudy with occasional west and south * *. J portion, today, r p >= Tomorrow cl«md> =- *. «*!> with occasional 5 = rain north and re :?£ east norHnnfi. s 5 g ftlsewhere partly * cloud>. L11 t I e g ^ ? ; chance In tera- perature. Abilene Albuauerque Amarillo ASH FOI1E Billincs Boston Buffalo Chcvcnne Chicaco Cincinnati Cleveland Corpus Christi Denver Detroit Dodcc Cily DOtliLAS Duluth El Paso l-'LAiiSTAFF Fort Worth Fresno Galveston Perez, Chonita Robles, Stella Saiz, Frank Aeedo, Rudolfo Acosta, Stephen Escalante, Ben Gamboa, Mike Leon, Ruben Moraga, Ralph Rivera, Robert Valenzuela, and Gilbert Villa, third grade. Physical education — Jimmy Acedo, Tony Obregon, Salvadore Quihuiz, Henry Salazar, Anita Acedo, Teresa Anguis, Suzie Gonzales, Marcelina Molina, Rosa Morena, Josie Perez, Oralia Romero, Salome Tobin, Lupe Valenzuela, Mary Valenzuela, and Erma Lee, eighth grade; Adolfo Alvarez, Louis Burgos, Manuel Bustamente, Jesus Escalante, Edward Florez, Louis Gonzales, Merijildo Jiminez, Frank Molina, Joe Obregon, Gilbert Robles, Louisa Anguis, Viola Cruz, Julia Escalante, Petra Gonzales, Helen Gray, Mary Leon, Erslinda Martinez, and Prudencia Moreno, seventh grade; Henry Acedo, Carmelita Acedo, Carmelita Acosta, Avelardo Alvarez, Olive Braca- inente, John Color, Teresa Cruz, Oscar Cortez, Joaquin Duran, Gerardo Escalante, Milton Gamboa, Nellie Gamboa, Nellie Molina, Rudolfo Florez, Ralph Chona Gamboa, Gonzales, Ernest Moraga, 38 41 4K 23 41 no 41 ti 41 20 32 44 <iRASb"CANVON 23 Havre Huron Indianapolis Kansas City Knoxville Los Anceles Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mpls.-St. Paul Mobile Needles New Orleans New York Oklahoma City Omaha PHOLNIX Pittsburch Portland. Ore. I'KKSCOTT Pueblo lieno Roswell St. Louis Salt Lake City San Dieep San Francisco Santa Fe Savonnah Seattle Sheridan Shreveport Spokane Tonopah TUCSON WashinEton Winm-mucca Winnemucca WINS1XMV Vl'MA 23 12 3S 21 53 36 60 •IS 34 24 16 47 41 ? 19 59 67 59 55 32 75 47 «2 56 45 69 37 49 67 53 55 58 53 Sf Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Clear Ram Cld.v Cldv. .00 .00 .00 .on .00 .04 .02 Pt'Cldy Ml Cldy Cldy Clear Clear Cldy .<>u .no .00 .00 .«> .00 .00 .01 .00 Even Morning »"d Sunday Ertafctished 1*80 A'rizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February 15, ~~ By~~~" Telephone 34Hj cr> IVrckuy fc" nl Cslabllthed 1890 ARIZONA PUBLISHING COMPA-NJ SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN ADVANCE Per I'<r Copy Caff One Arizona Unlli Sunday Mo. Both papers .... Republic $.05 *.10 Gaeetlo -05 .... Out of Per Cony one - SfWS'SSmS'SS IlO liflO 2.75 6.26 10.00 »}•<» 1.™ Three 3Io§. J4.7S J.W 2.00 SU Mu» SU Mofl. KP.OO 5.15 3.79 DIM Year Republic Gazette .(HI '.00 Clear Clear Cldy Cldy Cldy Cldy Rain Clear Pt Cldy .00 Clear .00 Pt Cldy .00 Snow T Cld.v .00 Cldy .TO Rain .bS Clear .IK) Clear .00 Pt Cldy .00 Snow T Clear .00 Cldy .00 Clear .00 Rain .03 Pt Cldy .00 Cld.v .«i Cldy .00 Rain .01 Cldy .00 Pt Cldy .00 Rain T Cldv .1X1 Pt Cldy .00 Cldy Rain Rain Cldy Clear Clear Clear Clear Clear Cld.v 37 27 33 50 46 30 53 34 21 36 37 5R 24 46 31! 44 46 74 41 46 29 45 29 45 32 fifi 52 75 LOCAL, WEATHER FhoenU Airport 5:30 11:305:30 a. m. a. m. p. m. 46 65 73 45 54 57 91 41 36 NE SSE SE tee .00 .13 .09 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 Pt Cldy .00 Rain .08 Cldy .00 Cld.v .00 Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Temp., dry bulb Temp., wet bulb Humiditv. per cent Wind Irom Wind, miles per hour Weather HiEhest Pt Cldy Cldy ady Fboenlx City Oince HiEhest same date for 46 years 83 Lowest 47 Low«t eame date for 46 years 30 Total ramlall (24 hours ending 5:30 p. m.l 0 Excess in temp. 6 dess. Excess in temp, since Feb. 1 69 degs. Accumu. excess In temp, since Jan. 1 184 decs. Total precip. this month .61 Ins. Normal precip. Jan. 1 to date 1.23 ins. Actual precip. Jan. 1 to date l.fo ins. Excess since Jan. 1 .42 ins. Todav: 15th. Sun rises 7:12 a. m.. sun sets 6:13 p. m.. moon rises 1036 P. m.. nKn Official in Charge, Phoenix Weather Bureau, U. S. Department of Commerce. Irrigation Reports Salt River Project (Observation! Tnken At 6 A. M.) ROOSEVELT RESERVOIB HeiEht ol dam. linear leet 234.00 Elevation of water, linear leet 174.4S Capacity of reservoir, acre feet 1.398.430 Contents of reservoir, acre leet 537.455 Gain in 24 hours acre feet 4,514 HORSE MESA RESERVOIR Heieht of dam. linear feet 264.00 Elevation of water, linear leet LOCAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES An Innertlim consul* of one publication on weekdays in Republic and Gazette of lame div. on Sunday. In Republic only. Ads received before 8 p. m, will be properly classified. After 8 p. m.. will annear under "Too Late To Classify" on follonlne morning «rd thereafter under proper clarification. These newspapers »re not reflHinsible for more I ban one Income! Insertion of any advertisement. Per Word _ Per Insertion No discount for time or space: cash "with order, minimum charge 25c. Contract rates on application. ADVERTISING INDEX Apts. for Rent n MlwPi «•«••<** Auctions » Mow Wanted Autos for Sale 31 Money to Loan Autos Wanted 30 Meeting Notices Business Chancei 58 Monuments Card of Thank* 3 Nursery Stock City Property obituaries for Sale 10 Pastures (or Rent Country Property Personal! for Sale II Pet Stork and Death! and "VS".™. Funeral Notices 2 Real tstate Educational 62 for Sale or Eggs. Poultry Exchange and Supplies <0 Real V.state Fo'und™ * KMnV'and Board II Fruits ft Produce 41 Salesmen Wanted Furnished Houses Male £ female 17 for Rent 18 Situation. Wanted Furnished Hpoms Male «3 for Rent 19 Situations Wanted Heln Wanted Female «« Male t» Special Notices 63 Help Wanted Stores and Offices Female *0 for Rent 2« Heln Wanted Suburban Property Male i Female 51 for Sale 10A Housekeeping Rmi. Summer Hornet tot Rent 20 for Rent 22 Land for Rent 25 Trailers for Sato J3 Livestock and Transportation Supplies 38 Freight M Lost 7 Transportation Machinery and Licensed «I Equipment for Transportation Sale 34 Miscellaneous «3 Mlscl's for Rent 27 Trucks for Sato 32 Mlscl's for Sate 35 Cnfur. Houses Ml*cl> for Sale for Rent IS or Exchange 3« Wanted to Rent t< PHONE your ad«—3-1111 Southside Office, Mesa. Phone 341 Nortnslde Office. Cilendale. Phone. 42* Miami Office. Phone 382 1.1 2—DEATHS AND FUNERALS ANDERSON, John D.—Funeral 10 a. m. today chapel Grimshaw Mortuary. Interment in Greenwood. HARRI, Mrs. Anna — Funerai services will be held at 10 a. m. Monday from the A. H. McLellan Chapel, 617 North Central. Interment in Greenwood. McCALLUM, N. P., passed away at a local sanitarium Wednesday night. Funeral announcements later by A. H. McLellan Mortuary. SCHWARTZ, Galen F., husband „ of Ruth, father of Dorothy Mae. (New- Too Late To Classify 16- FURNISHED HOUSES SMAljnTlodeTn^oUa^TJeiitiel pipy. RefriEerator. ~ NICELY furnished 3 rooms and haVh. $22.50. 810 N. llth Ave. am. <p*.*".ww. ** — - - - — — BEAUTIFULLY furnished plex. Electric refrigerator ga nace. Couple preferred. 1304 Willetta CHOICE 2 bedroom brick. 1813 W. Madison. 3-8251. COZY desert cottage, completely redecorated, suitable for two, near South Central and Baseline. Ph. 9-3471 "I just bought this restaurant through a Republic and Gazette classified ad business opportunity and the help Is taking this way to extend their greetings!" 2 3 & 4-rm. $6-$10 wk. Gas and elec. free. 2222 West Van Buren. W-CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Nice 3-bdrm. tufa stone hse. Hdwd. floors, dbl. garage. Nice lawn & shrubs. S4500. terms arranged. HARVEY BAILEY REALTY 711 E. Indian School Rd. Ph. 3-1949 Kenilworth dist. Faces S. 3 br. tile rath, Venetian blinds, central gas heat. Only S4.250. FHA terms. 36777 Bus. lot 50',S. Central .near Hadley. $1.600. Take car. 3-6777. JUST being completed, distinctive 2 bedroom home on sightly corner lot at 2245 E. Virginia. Attractive features not usually found n homes of this price. F. H. A approved. S30 month. Price Cut For Quick Sale Mew 2-bedrm. brick home. Central Seating and cooling, steel sash, iarge lot. Best buy in town, $3,650. Terms arranged to suit. FARM & HOME Inv. CO. E. J. HEBETS, Realtor 141 W. Monroe Phone 4-4189 MODERN 2-bedroom home, gas furnace, tile sink and floor in bath. Price right. 1337 West Willetta. OWNER LEAVING MUST SELL AT ONCE Beautiful new adobe. Lovely lawn and garden. Extra large living 10A—SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE WHY PAY RENT? 3 rm. house, shade, city wat. $6oO Store & living rooms on new subdivision — $»" E. Wash. Bus. Lots—S50 Dn. $10 Mo. Resident Lots, $5.75 r>er month. HOWE REALTY CO. 2123 E. Washington St. Ph. 43636 RENTALS WINTER AND PERMANENT Mrs. Decker or Mrs. Ketcherside LANE-SMITH CO. Ph. 4-3128. or Sundays 4-3838 COTTAGE for 2 adults. Water paid. $26. Ill S. 18th Ave. Valley's prettiest North-country home. Mtg. sale. S9.750. Ph. 3-1024, 1307 W. Washington, 4 room duplex, Frigidaire. $25. Permanent people. .REPOSSESSED lot. F.H.A. approved. Can be bought for unpaid balance of S212 at $10 per month. -2234 TWO bedroom home. Frigidaire, aircooled, oil heat, pressure soft water, fenced yard. Room for chickens. Phone 4-1909. HAVE buyer for 10 to 20 a. close in. Porter Agency. Ph. 446. Mesa. Desert home, beautifully furn. 3 A. $8000. 9-7468. for inspection. ATTRACTIVE, close in. 347 N. 4th Ave. ACRE, NE, near school. $20 dn. $6 mo. Sandige, 15 N. 2nd Ave. 11—COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE 265 A. $160 Per Acre Leased at $20 an acre for 41. 170 cotton base. $2700 annual pymts. Net better 8Tr. J. M. Kellogg, 421o6. FOR sale. East of Flagstaff highwav 66, 5 acres fenced, cabin, electricity, city water. Scenic lo- ana gaiuen. Ei.xua idij;e jivmg —-r— v. .- . -«~ H.T* VMan room. Many special built-ins. Vene- cation wi_th pines facing^Mt. Elden. e Phoenix. HOLC houses for sale. Ph. 3-1505. Joe Kerby for Keys. Take a Look. FIVE rooms, hollow tile stucco, redecorated, termite treated, oak floors, gas floor furnace, garage, shade, paving paid $2750. $250 cash, $25 mo. 1334 E. Brill. son of Mr. Schwartz and Schwartz, passed away at home yesterday. He will be taken Monday to Onaga, Kan., for services and interment. A. L. Moore and Sons. Open for inspection 1622 W. WILSHIRE home—adjoining Encanto . and Mrs. Franklgo'f course and park. brother of Ward SIERVOGEL, Ida Amanda—Services conducted by the Rev. R. W, Schaller will be at 2 p. m. today from the Memory Chapel of A. L. Moore and Sons. Interment in Greenwood. 3— CARD OF THANKS WE wish to thank all those who Content of reservoir, acre leet Gain in 24 hours, acre feet M011MON TUrt RESERVOIB Heieht of dam. linear feet . 141.50 Elevation of water, linear feet 11<.65 Capacity of reservoir, acre feet Si.65^ Contents of reservoir, acre feet 3 (.099 Gain in 24 hours, acre feet T? STEWART MT. RESERVOIR HelKht of dam. linear feet 119.00 Elevation of water, linear feet 79.70 Capacity of reservoir, acre feet Contents of reservoir, acre feet Gala in 24 hours, acre feet BAHTUCTT RESERVOIR Height of dam. linear feet Elevation of water, linear feet IPS.40 Capacity of reservoir, acre feet 162.608 Contents of reservoir, acre feet 183.715 Gain in 24 nours. acre feet 747 TOTAL STOKED WATER Total capacity of reservoirs, a. ft. 1.953.793 Total stored water, acre feet 912.4S6 Total net stored water, acre feet £73.230 Total net stored water, year ago 164.440 Net cain in 24 hours, acre feet 7.027 WATER PI VERTED Southside use. miner's inches 35.500 Northside use. miner's inches 38.900 At Granite Reef, acre feet 3.754 Water pumped, acre feet 15 NORMAL FLOW From 6 p. m. Keb. 9. 1941 to 6 p. m. Feb. 17. 1941. for use on lands.in cultivation in or before 1909. i24;-66|0f sorrow including those who 1.663 helped at the accident in front of the Tovrea Packing Plant. Clayton Whitehead, Margaret Sullivan. S—FLOWERS JULIA FULLER FLOWERS 29:453 1930 E. Indian Sch. Rd. Ph. 4-1297 161 Phoenix Floral Flowers 30 N. Central Ph. 3-6341 San Carlos Project KEEN'S FLOWERS 838 N. Central. Ph. 4-3197 or 4-3198 McELHANEY'S Flowers 44 N. Central Ave. Phone 4-1159 FLOWERS ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS World-Wide Telegraphic Sen-ice DONOFRIO FLORAL 136 N. Central Ave. Phone 3-2139 6—MONUMENTS JOHN H. QUALNG Ralph Perez, Junior Rivera, Belia Robles, Helen Salazar, and Mike Sanchez, sixth grade; Charlie ca B aciK 4> acr C e*eM° S RESERVO1 ?->s5ooo Acedo, Jesus de la Cruz, Romelio I Available storage, acre-feet '333'.226 j Opp. Greenwood Cemetery. 30908. Gonzdles, Ascention Hernandez, Leo I Water discharee 24-hour period None Jiminez, Jesus Jaurique, Gene Leon, Reservoir-sain, acre-feet 4.156 - -- Colorado River (Weeklv Report of the U. R Geological Carmen Lopez, Lupe Munoz, Augustine Orduno, Alex Perez, Jesus Ruiz, Ramona Saiz, Ranaldo Sanchez, Carmelita Salazar, Paul Soza, Helen Valenzuela, Manual Vidal, Alex Villa, William Villa, and Suzie Yanez, fifth grade; Sally Alvarez, Helen Burgos, Rosa Cervantez, Frances Gamboa, Helen Hernandez, Leon Lilly, Virginia Molina, Raphel Rodriquez, Socorro Fuentes, Rachel Munoz, Mary Ortez, John Chavarria, Joe Escalante, Raphel Laguna, Don Moraga, Florio Moraga, and Jesus Perez, fourth grade; Socorro Aguilar, Annie Gamboa, Eva Gonzales, Socorro Martinez, Oraila Morales, Carolina Perez, Chonita Robles, Stella Saiz, Frank Acedo, Rudolfo Acosta, Stephen Escalante, Ben Gamboa, Augustine Laguna, Mike Leon, Charlie Moraga, Ruben Moraga, Arthur Payenter, Ralph Rivera, Benito Robles, Robert Valenzuela, and Gilbert Villa, third grade. Buckeye Pupil Plant Survey and the U. S. Bureau of Reclamation) •Tola! Available contents contents in In Date acre-feet acre-feet 1941 Feb. 3 4 5 B 7 S 9 Lake mead 20.19(1 20.190 20.180 20.180 20.150 20.180 20.180 Lake Havasu 415.300 412.600 412.400 413.200 415,50(1 4I7.SOO 418.400 discharge in second-feet Ali- Yuma Amcr- 7—LOST RING, opal. In rest room. Heard Bldg. Reward. Call 622 Heard Bldg. PEARLS. one string. Palmcroft, reward. Phone 4-1910. DOG; large springer spaniel, in i i brown and white, answers to name Pam'canli c."." I "Brownie." Ph. 3-0049. Reward. 8.870 7.7101.650 ~ 7'vin «:s30 9-4226. basket, Reward. leather covered. . DOG - . ~ "'„„„ ^-*D-T"' i7 r >MU iJ.MOU J.I.JII •Add 3.207.000 acre-feet to obtain total _ f ? male VVirehaired Ter- new high sch00 '- . t.OOO omitted. Births Reported DAMS—Born to Mr. and Mr* F. E. Davis, Tempe, a daughter, in the Eva Harris Maternity Home February 14. GARCIA—Born to Mr. and Mrs Ernesto Garcia, Gilbert, a son, in Southside District Hospital, Mesa February 13. RING, initial "B," lost within two blocks of Women's Catholic Auditorium. Reward. Return to Republic and Gazette. 9—AUCTIONS VALLEY LIVESTOCK AUCTION i GRAND AVE. AT MONTE VISTA i EVERYBODY'S MARKET Sat. Wed. & Monday BUCKEYE, Feb. 14— Twelve trees were planted yesterday afternoon by students of the Buckeye »j-r Southside District Hospital, Mesa i i t ecs :Febru8r y 13. ***" PHILLIPS—Born to Mr. and Elementary School of Arbor Day. in observance Each class planted a tree on the H H We7ton 204K Kor^^ hf,' ist side of the nlavernnnri TV,» "•_": " eslon - ^046 North Mitchell east side of the playground. The children presented a poem or reading as each tree was set out. This afternoon Valentine Dav was observed by the students. Each room had a party and refreshments were served. — —" • u— Camera Guild Plans Outing Tomorrow Mrs. A. Phillips, 3167 South Seventh street, a daughter, in the Eva Harris Maternity Home, February 13. WESTON—Born 1o Mr. and Mrs street, a son, in Good Samaritan Hospital, February 14. Juvenile Work To Be Discussed i Tuesday 11 A. M. TALBOT'S SALESYARD "Livestock Center Of ..rizona" 10th Ave. & Buckeye Rd. Cattle Of All Kinds A. 0. TALBOT Auctioneer Ph. 4-4467 10—CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Jil MESA^Feb. 14—A special outing I CHANDLER, Feb. 14—H. E. Green of Phoenix will talk at the Chandler First Baptist Church at Gun- ^«-^^^? 2 !£?^§^??^ t '^ p. m. Sunday on the grounds at the 1 - v ' Ti' Y °" Th '" k ° f Your * ROOMING house. 14 rentals. Cheap. 325 W. Jefferson 3 BEDRM. home, N. E. on 3 lots. Out of town owner will sacrifice. A real snap, $2.900. Submit a down offer. Ph. 4-218L Mail Times Ma " ' "" 2:15 SiliLHi^ 1 ^^ in ! s^«^ iS^iS^rrC^ 11 :? : sentm'r^e" M^pE^^R """^ ^ J "° Ung L^f BO« D: ^5^.. u^oTm.. ' -•'-— — '-** 4_/. O1II1LI1 u the public mayittend, m 7:15 *• ""NORTHBOUND: a:3o p. ; FINE BRICK DUPLEX KENILWORTH DISTRICT In exclusive residential district. Living room, dinette, 2 bedrooms, kitchen and bath each side. Lot 65x140. paving paid. A rare opportunity for 54500, easy terms too! O'Malley Investment Co. 830 North Central Ph. 4-4784 NET Return on your investment now, and excellent future possibilities. The southwest corner of Second avenue and Van Buren street, approximately 150 feet on West Van Buren, and approximately 137 li feet on North Second avenue. This is a well located quarter of a block on the most important and heavily traveled transcontinental highway, and in the center of much wholesale, retail and business activity. Part of this C9rner now leased to a major oil company on«. long- term lease and balance of property also rented to same tenant. Present income from this property is, $3,420 per year. 1940 taxes were $1.369. All -itreet and other assessments completely paid. Priced low to sell at $45,000. Income now is a return of 4H#> net. Convenient terms can be arranged For additional information See Your Realtor $300 DOWN FURNISHED DUPLEX 4 Rooms each side; living room, dining room, kitchen and bedroom. Good furniture. Needs some interior refinishing. Has new roof. Extra large garage. Paving paid. Price, complete. S3.500. Balance, including taxes and insurance, $45 per month. HIGGINS and DELPH 19 W.Monroe Realtors Ph.4-4153 830 N. 9th Ave. FURNISHED $2,750 6 rooms furnished. 1029* East Culver $2500. $250 down, $25 per month. Owner. NEW brick, large rooms, heating, cooling, 525 W. Vernon. By builder. ALL FOR $5,750 Income $97.50. Excellent brick stucco duplex. 5 rooms each side, tile bath, tile kitchen, also good 5 room modern home on rear qf lot. Choice location surrounded by fine new homes. Very easy terms. Fine property, absolutely a rare buy. A.D.MCCLALN REALTY 117 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-5666 'Hubby' Drafted—Slashes Fur. Brick Duplex, $2750 EXCELLENT brick duplex; well furnished, including elect, refrigerators. Fine rental location. Income from one side makes all mortgage payments, including taxes. A •eal income bargain! UPSHAW-SCHREIBER 43201 Lobby. Security Bldg. 32646 10A—SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE Like rent, 2% A., mod. hse., shade. 23 W. Monroe. Frank Williams. BEAUTIFUL new 5 rooms, all tiled kitchen and bath. Call 4-112-1. M: ACRE; fine, fertile soil, excellent domestic water, irrigation, ^lose to school, stores, bus, $195— $750 down. $7.50 mo. ANGLE REALTY CO. 239 N. 1st Ave. room. Aiaiiy suv^im oimi-uis. veue- ^rirx" .;•- \r-\ u n T\-;;.«, r>v.nar»v tian blinds throughout. Attractive S2200. 91o Mitchell Dme ; Phoenix. corner tile kitchen. A choice, good location buy. §2550. Easy terms. A.D.McCLAIN REALTY 117 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-5666 ELOY, 320 improved alfalfa, cot ton. 640 unimproved. No reasonable offer refused. Terms. See owner, 81 W. Lynwood. BEAUTIFUL 20 E of Mesa. City w. Terms to suit. Cummard, Mesa 6% Net On Investment Rented to responsible tenants. If interested and can handle answer this ad for details. No trades. Box 39-E. Republic and Gazette. LAND FOR SALE AND RENT THESE ARE SPECIALS 827 A. Full cotton base 645 pounds. For Sale, 240 A. Cotton Base 622 Ibs. For Sale, 160 A. Cotton Base 622 Ibs. In Peoria District, plenty of water. 65 A. Gilbert Dist., good cotton base. 80 A. Gilbert Dist.. good cotton base. 2000 A. cotton, alfalfa & cattle rch. Too Cheap to Quote See R. E. GRACE 606 Title-Trust Bldg. Ph. 4-3121 280 A. fine cotton and alfalfa land. Well and pump cost $10.000. Just East of Casa Grande. Cheap power. $100 per A.,—easy terms. Mattingly Realty Co. 133 N. 2nd Ave. Ph. 4-2181 FOSTER 40 acres. Cheap. Lateral Seventeen. Yuma Rd. WELL improved ranch, in alfalfa and wheat, good soil, plenty water. 3'i miles east Liberty on Highway 80. 38 acres. $7500. F. M. Kaufman. Buckeye. 240 ACRES—$60 Per Acre In Salt River Valley, >,i under ditch, balance under new diesel pump. 2 modern houses. Domestic well. Electric fence. $1,000 a year on cotton base. 4 in alfalfa and barley. ANGLE REALTY CO. 239 N. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2171 10 ACRES—$1250 ALL under cultivation, oldest water right, good fence; electricity and gas available. CLARK B. STREET 510 W. WASHINGTON 12—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE WHAT HAVE YOU TO TRADE? I CAN MATCH IT. Shedd. 24 W. Lymvood. Ph. 4-2612 TWO story brick, two fifty foot lots on North Seventh street, near schools. Location has business possibilities. Trade for suburban two- aedroom house in good condition. Box 38-E. Republic and Gazette. IF vou really want to trade, buy or sell real estate, see OLDAKER & EMBACH. 44 N. 1st Ave. PRESCOTT, Arizona residential rental property for small home near Los Angeles. 700 East Sheldon, Prescott, Arizona. 13—REAL ESTATE WANTED WANT to buy wool goat ranch. What have you? Box 2-F, Republic and Gazette. 20 or 40 acres, N. W. Phoenix, improved. Modern house. Pay cash for immediate possession. Box 34-E, Republic and Gazette. ncpuijiic aim vja^cLLU. WANT 3 year lease on 25 A in alfalfa. T. M. Morgan, Rt. 11, Box 647. CASH for business property, ust be bargain, give particulars, pricj, location, etc. Box 84-D, Republic and Gazette. LIST WITH LANE-SMITH CO. 212 W. Adams St. Ph. 4-3128 14—WANTED TO RENT RELIABLE farmer wants to lease 40 to 60 acres for small dairy, 3 years. Will give property good care. Local reference. Box 41-E, Republic and Gazette. • ONE JUMP AHEAD List with Lois Steiner. 3-4401 WANT to leas? 320 acres of land, 3 to 5 years on share basis. Frank Burch. Box 1181, Casa Grande. 15—UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT 3 ROOMS, bath. Madison district. 4-1860, 9-7931. MODERN duplex. Private park. $27.50. 4-1914. PRACTICALLY new 2 bedroom, entirely carpeted, air conditioned. $42.50. 4248 N. 9th Ave. REDUCED, $20.00. 319 North 14th St. Water paid. DUPLEX. 11 West Vernon, $35. 4-5402. 4 ROOMS, bath, garage, shade. Large corrall. IVi West Southern Ave., $1650. ONE bedroom, sleeping porch. oi-ji-^- acres - $1850. Inquire, 3-21711926 E. Palm Lane. 2-ROOM cottage. AOUIIS. N. 9th Ave. •*9fl WATER. Modern. 4-4305. WALKING distance. Moaernau- RefriEerator. 215 E. Pom. WE~wiLLPAY CASH FOR 50 USED CARS 102 E. Madison. Al Mann's Service Station. j—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE gas du. fur- West 1938 CHEVROLET Touring Sedan. Exceptionally Clean. Only $465.00. WEST & ALEN 510 W. Adams Ph. 4-5573 6 rnnms. 709 East Whitton LARGE house, ington. 1612 West Waah- Beautiful Patio Two Bedrooms 2503 North Central Joe V. Prochaska Ph. 3-2oll COTTAGE. E. McKinley. Refrigerator. 1209 3-5071 •igi '8. $35,1- or 2-bedroom. 728 E. Moreland LOVELY three rooms. 4-6783. 4 ROOMS, clean, N. E. 9-1872. 3-ROOM cottage, lawn, garage. Near carline. 209 E. Virginia. 17—APARTMENTS FOR RENT 4 ROOM duplex, $25. 1415 N. llth St. 2, 3 ROOM, reasonable. 1630 W. Washington. 3-ROOM unfurnished apartment $18.00. 2238 N. Dayton. 2 ROOMS, 2 beds. All utilities. $5.00. 501 E. Monroe. NICELY furnished 4 room apartment. Adults. 506 E. Garfield. 3 rooms. Lights paid, $22.50. 45 W. Portland. SINGLE & Dbls. 75 W. Portland. NEWLY decorated apts. East Culver. 1605 $45. Beautiful 2-bedroom apartment. Adults. 4-6275. NICE Apt., close in. vacancy the 15th. 336 N. 3 Ave. WANTED, girl to share garage apartment. Call after 6 p. m. 907 N. 8th St. 1118 E. MONROE. Large 2-room, gas, lights, water. $12 month. LOVELY spacious home. 541 W. Monte Vista. $25 AND $S5. Steam heat, gas. Key. 1519 W. Washington. NEW apt. for couple, close in. 346 N. 4th Ave. 19—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT Attractive home for business girl. Kitchen priv. Furnace. SnoBreze. 310 W. Monte Vista. 2 lovely double sleeping rooms. 552 E. Moreland. DESIRABLE room. 1324 North Central. $1.50 week up. Clean. 519 N. 3rd St GENTLEMAN. $3.50. 915 N. 6th St. LOVELY front room. 1813 W. Monroe. 20—HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT FOR men. 703 E. Adams. BATCHING rooms. 741 S. 2nd St. CABINS. S10 mo. 2627 N. Central. $1.50 WEEK. Single. Lights, water furnished. 408 N. 10th St. CLEAN cabins, $150 to $3 week. 3150 S. 1st Ave. Holden's Court. FURNISHED, utilities paid, $2.50 week. 714 East Polk. 21—ROOM AND BOARD CONVALESCENTS. 9-2122. EXCELLENT food. 506 E. Portland. WIDOWED nurse, everything new, twin beds, gentlemen or couple. 4-6347. VACANCY, attractive room. Excellent meals. 509 W. Portland. CONVALESCENTS. Reasonable. 3-7490. MATERNITY Home. $3.00 day. 3-3023. SINGLE and double room. 1218 N. 3rd St. BABIES. 4-1512. LOVELY rooms, excellent meals, served family style; every convenience. Very reasonable. 1016 E. McDowell. HOME, reasonable. 1117 N. 1st St VACANCY. 605 N. 5th St. Attractive room, twin beds, furn. Convalescents considered. 4-3270 $25. 3-6574. 25—LAND FOR RENT 30 ACRES. Will trade. Tel. 3-4608 Sale or Lease: Small chicken farm :o right party. G. P. Furr. Mesa. 20 A. North. 2 A. ft. of water paid. $15 per A. Ph. 4-2181. 20 A., small house, for lease. 4-1049. FOR SALE or rent, seven acres, 6-room house. Roeser road, and 5th St. 9-4424. 26—STORES AND OFFICES FOR RENT Store building 23x23. Living quar- *.ers in rear. $30.00. 1004 W. Wash- ngton St. GROUND FLOOR ROOMS 2 UPSTAIRS OFFICES Low rates. See Mr. Lane PRINTERY BUILDING (Formerly Out West Bldg.) 28—PASTURE FOR RENT FILAREE and Indian wheat desert pasture, partly fenced, for cattle or sheep. Write or call E. W. Michael. 715 E. Culver, Phoenix. DESERT FEED 'attlemen, Sheepmen, Dairymen— Reliable, Competent people, equipped to care for your stock. Close in. Phone 3-9594. Box 36-E, Republic and Gazette. 30—AUTOMOBILES WANTED CARS wanted. 1458 E. Van Buren. Cars To W»eck—Best Prices Phx. Auto Wrecking, 437 E. Adams, 33677 QUICK cash for your car. Highest prices paid. Matz. 609 W. Wash. $5,000 waiting for late model used cars. C. P. Stephens. 915 N. Central. Instant CASH for clean CARS. JERRY DAVIS 640 W. ADAMS Immediate cash for clean cars. Paid for or not, local or not. Believe it or not. Clarke Smith, 140 .W. Van Buren. 31—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 1938 OLDSMOBILE 2-door town sedan, beautif,,! light brown finish. uphoS is spotless, motor is nerfrf+* ONLY $185.00 DOWN 601 W. Washington >l Miller Bros. Motors Ine NASH STATE DIST '41 Plymouth dlx. club cpe. Radio & heater. Priced low. 209 E. Van Bu SPECIAL FEBRUARY SALE of "Safety-Tested" Used Cars at Bargain Prices "It's Better To Buy A Coulter Used Car Than To Wish You Had" 1937 Packard 12 Cyl., 4-Door Touring Sedan. This car cost $4,200 just 3 years ago—and has been driven exactly 24,682 miles. Equipped with radio and heater and nearly new tires. Upholstery and finish spotless. This car can be yours today for $525 1939 Buick 4-Door Touring Sedan. The original tan finish on this car is like new. Interior and tires in excellent condition. Equipped with radio and many other accessories. Motor guaranteed. An excellent buy today at .$665 Dodge & Plymouth Ph. * 325 N. 1st Ave. 325 W. Van BurJ|, 38 PACKARD CONV. CPE 37 CADILLAC COUPE . 37 DODGE SEDAN '37 CHRYSLER SEDAN . 36 BUICK 2-DR. SEDAN 37 LAFAYETTE SEDAN 36 PLYMOUTH SEDAN '32 CHEVROLET SEDAN '30 FORD SEDAN '29 FORD SEDAN $565 525 415 395 345 295 225 65 65 45 COULTER MOTOR CO. Cadillac—LaSalle—Oldsmobile USED CAR DEPARTMENT 1st Ave. & Van Buren PHONE 3-6781 and 108 E. Van Buren WHOLESALE PRICES 40 Buick (51) Sedan Radio $1045 '40 Buick (56s) Rad $1025 39 Buick (46) Radio 635 '39 Buick (41) Sedan 675 '39 Buick (48) Radio 625 '38 Buick (61) Sedan 595 '38 Buick (41) Radio .595 '37 Buick (61) 6 W. 445 '37 Buick (46) 6 W. 435 '37 Buick (41) 6 W. 465 '37 Buick (48) 435 '36 Buick (41) Radio 375 '36 Buick (46) 365 '36 Buick (81) Sedan 335 '40 Chev. T. Sedan.. 635 '39 Chev. Dx. Sedan. 575 '38 "Chev. Dx. Sedan. 475 '37 Chev. Dx. T. Sed. 345 '38 Ply. Del. Sedan. 485 '37 Plymouth Coupe 295 '38Dodge Coupe... 465 '38 Packard 120 Rad 595 '39 Olds. 70 Sed. Rad 625 '39 DeSoto Sedan... 635 TRUCKS '40 Chev. Pickup 535 '39 Chev. Pickup ... $435 PHOENIX MOTOR CO. YOUR BUICK & CHEVROLET DEALER W. C QUEBEDEAUX President 3RD. ST. & VAN BUREN PHONE 4-2282 5TH AVE. & VAN BUREN PHONE 4-2106 1940 OLDSMOBILE Six Cylinder sport Sedan. Runs like a new one. Low mileage, save several hundred on this one. 524 West Van Buren. 1937 CHEVROLET 4 door deluxe, new tires, looks and runs likeaiew, family car, no abuse, $395. 2914 N. 2nd St. Harley Davidson 74 Rebuilt—$60 Down 20 Other Choice Motorcycles Harley Davidson 1234 E. Wash. St. LATE MODEL Guaranteed Used Cars REDUCED PRICES 1934 Chevrolet coupe i$195 1934 Plymouth coupe 195 L935 Plymouth coupe 265 L936 Chevrolet coach 295 1936 Plymouth coupe 295 1936 Ply. dlx. trg. sed 295 1937 Chrysler coupe 435 1937 Dodge coupe .395 1938 Chev. town sedan 465 1938 Plymouth deluxe coupe .. 485 1938 Chev. dlx. tn. sed 490 1938 Dodge trg. sed 495 1938 Chev. dlx. club sed 525 1939 Chev. tn. sed 560 1939 Chev. dlx. cpe 575 1939 Hudson coupe 525 1939 Plymouth couoe 545 TRUCKS 1936 International Panel $285 1936 Dodge pickup 275 1936 Chev. L.W.B. C&C 325 1937 Chev. pickup .' 345 1938 Ford pickup 375 1938 Chev. sedan delivery 465 1938 Chev. L.W.B. C&C 525 MANY MORE TO CHOOSE FROM You'll Do Better Here ED RUDOLPH "Your Chevrolet Dealer" 30 Years of Dependable Service BIG USED CAR LOT 400 E. Adams 40 PLY. Dlx. sedan. 11,000 miles. Liberal discount. 1515 E. Van Buren. Notice Winter Visitors! CARS FOR RENT—Without* Drivers—on Buy Back Plan PICKUPS 1940 Dodge 1940 n Two 1936 Internationals ADD A USED CAR* TO YOUR =:*i NEW YEAR'S BUDGEf BEST CARS :' LOWEST PRICES EASIEST TERMS 1940 PONTIAC Special (6) 2-dr. Sedan Beautiful light blue finish, excellent tires, complete '•» deluxe equipped. Now only |f{; 1939 PONTIAC ,:* (6) Coupe, two-tone gray • finish.tires like new, clean-i inside and out. Priced now ~only ...jjg 1939 CHEVROLET Master Deluxe 4 passenger' Coupe, beautiful dark blu» finish, white side wall tires, immaculate inside and out 555 1939 PONTIAC (6) 2-dr Sedan, trunk, radio, original black finish and uph. are spotless. You can hardly believe this to a used car $55 1938 DODGE 2-dr. Sedan, trunk, radio, excellent tires, spotless mohair upholstery. A real buy for only Jig BARGAIN DEPT; '37 Pontiac Cp., Rad. $345 '37Terraplane Cp... IK '35Pontiac 6 2-dr... 245 '34 Chev. Mstr. Sed. 195 '34 Ford Sedan .... 115 '33 Chev. Coach ..... 85 WESTWARD MOTOIS Your Pontiac & CMC Truck Hit Ph. 4-3985 414 W.. Van Buiffl 10 Cars $15 to $65. 2014 E. Wast 1935 CHEVROLET, $115.00143 East Van Bure-n. 1940 Mercury Deluxe Sedan, Radfe Heater and many extras. Ift a. steal. 209 East Van Buren Street EXCEPTIONAL USED CAR VALUES 1940 Nash Deluxe 4dr. Sedan, Radio, Beautiful Satin Black Finish, Tires, Motor ' and Upholstery are Just, like new. A real value;. Only J65 1939 Ford Deluxe 4dr.. Sedan, from bumper to tail light this car is in A-l condi- . tion. Only one previoui owner. Perfect motor runs like new. The price , is very low—Just .$5 1937 Lincoln Zephyr 4dr. Deluxe Sedan. Here's a car that I can get all excited, about because it is a slick, ,; sleek beauty, that has a • -'•radio & white sidewall... tires. Boy it is a peach. -.• Driven only 28,000 actual .miles , $i5 1937 Chrysler Airflow Sedan, Has Overdrive, Radio, Spot-' light, this is a one owner car with only 30,000 actual miles; Its a real buy for only J® WHOLESALE PRICES '38 Packard (6) 4dr. Sedan, Very Clean $445 : '38 Ply. Deluxe. Sed. ..34$ '37 Chev. Master Sed. . 365 '37Ford 4dr. Sedan ..345 '37 Ford Coupe 265 '36 Buick 41 Sedan .. 295 . '36 Graham 4dr. Sedan 145 •35 Chev. Pickup .... 165 '35 Ford Deluxe Cpe. . 145 '35 Ply. Deluxe Cpe. .. 145 '34 Ford Coupe 95 100 At Wholesale Prices ED LUKE MOTOR CO, CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DIST. 7TH AVE. AND MONROE < £ E £ o IB! 5i H K MUST sacrifice 1941 Plymouli special deluxe sedan. Bought Jap. ary 30. Call R. Mitchell. 4-2621. WASNOff, '35 Olds Coupe .. '34 Ford Tudor .. "34 Buick Coupe . '35 Ford Sedan . '34 Ply. 4-dr. Sed. '30 Buick Coupe . '32 Buick Sedan .. '32 Willys Sedan . '29 Olds. Sedan '31 Ford Sedan .5235 ..... S§ .$ 95 ..... «!> .5225. ....S| .S195 ..... JS .$185 ..... »§ .$ 65 ..... II .5145.. ...-I* .5 95 ..... |S .5 65 ..... If .S 65 29 Olds. Sedan S 45 If Packard Phx. Motor Co. "PACKARD & WILLYS DIST. 400 W. Washington Pl»- **" 1937 OLDSMOBILE Six dan. Driven only 25,000 careful owner. VVTiat a. this now! 524 WEST VANJ Repossessed cars, all makes, for 1* due. Western f> P dit. 202 N 7thA$ PAY DAY SPECIALS... 1938 Plymouth Sedan $425 1933 Willys Sedan •••§ ™ 1937 Ford Coupe ••••J'JJ? 1937 Oldsmobile Cpe. S4» 1936 Plymouth Sedan if® 1937 Dodge Sedan .. • .J^g 1936 Ford Sedan ••••* 2 JX 1929 Ford Coupe -•••*.S 1938 Chevrolet Sedan J4j» 1937 Ford Sedan ...•&*' BILL SIMS YOUR STUDEBAKER 300 E. Van Buren 324 West Adams HAVE 1939 Dodge sedani anteed complete motor reconcu —new paint job—bargain. W» • miles and save money, • •• IRV CAMPBELL DODGE-PL¥MOUTH

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