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Page Six (Section Two? Weather Reports PHOENIX WEATHERMETEB It's Great To Live In Arizona! IJO livery WerUflay Evrnins Cutahllfthrd 1890 ARIZU>:A PUBLISHING COMPAM 112 N. Central Ave. Mall Addresl 5— FLOWERS JULIA FULLER . . . FLOWED 1930 E. Indian_Sch. Rd. Ph. 4-1297 Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Tuesday Morning, Feb'ruary 18, 1941 By Baer Telephone phowSTFloral Flowers 30 N. Central Ph.JSjj34 838 N. Ontral. Ph. 4-3197 or4-319i SUBSCRIPTION RATES IN ADVANCE McELHANEY'S Flowers Phone 4-1159 rEBRCARY 17, 1941 ARIZONA FORECAST O o n a I dpruhle * n 6 tomorrow with occasional light ral»« onl Uorth portion today and «noiv over ijlKh elevations of east portion 1o- uiorrou. Not much change In temperature. AWlene ^IbuQucrque Amnnllo ASH FORK Billmcs Boston Buffalo Cheyenne Chicaco Cincinnati Cleveland Corpus Christ! Denver Detroit Dodse City DOUGLAS Duluth \\ 43 3S 52 30 54 3d 59 " 50 SI 15 23 39 33 26 55 30 47 62 Cldy " Cldy Cldy Cldy Clear Cldy Snow Cldv PtCldy .Oil 38 Clear .02 — Snow 1 Cldy 51 Clear 27 32 Snow 26 63 Cldy " Clear Clear 71 FLAKSTAFF Fort Worth Fresno Galveston GUAM) CANTON Havre Huron Indianapolis Kansas City Knoxville Los Anceies Memphis Miami Milwaukee Mnls.-SL Paul Mobile Keedles Kcw Orleans Kew York Oklahoma City Omaha PHOENIX Pittsburch Portland. Ore. PBESCOTT Pueblo Reno Roswell St. Louis Salt Lake City San Diem San Francisco Santa Ft Savannah Seattle Sheridan Shreveport Snokane Tonooah TUCSON \Vashincton Winnemucca Winnlpee 60 60 64 Pt'cidy .M 24 48 Clcly • 00 40 60 Cldy .00 51 60 Rain T - Cldy .00 pt cidy. -.00 46 Clear .00 21 Cldy .00 33 Clear .01 •19 Clear .00 56 67 33 BO 26 IS 31 39 50 Clear .00 54 64 PtCldy .02 37 56 Clear .00 56 72 Clear .00 IS 20 Clear .01 in 10 Clear .00 49 68 Cldy .00 53 79 Cldy .00 54 66 Cldy .00 24 29 Snow .09 30 58 Cldy .00 31 42 Cldy .00 52 72 Clear .00 24 33 Snow .15 43 58 PtCldy .00 36 66 Cldy •<« 21 50 Cldv .00 33 51 PtCldy .15 46 52 Cldy .00 30 47 Clear .00 33 45 Cldy .00 57 66 Cldy .m 50 57 Cldy .16 30 43 Cldy .<JO — 69 Clear .00 29 57 Clear .00 IS 44 Clear .00 48 64 Cldy .00 24 .22 Clear .00 35 — Cldy .00 63 73 Clear .00 31 48 PtCldy .01 31 47 Rain T -19 -30 Clear .00 f 38 62 Cldy -00 63 76 T«Cldy .00 Phoenli Airport Temp., dry bulb. 54 66 ^0 Temp., wet bulb ^ ^ ..57 a. m. a. m. p. m. 95 63 43 ENE SW W 11IMA Humidity, per cent Wind from Wind, mites per hour 7 0 I Cldy CM; Pboenlx City Office Hifhest same date lor 46 yean Lowest same date for 46 yeare Total rainfall (24 hours ending 5:30 p. m.) Excess in Imp. . . Excess In temp, since Feo 1 Accum. excess In temp. since Jan. 1 Total prec. this month Kormal prec. Jan. 1 to date Actual prec, Jan. 1 to date Excess since Jan. 1 6 i 0 Cldy 72 67 52 26 0 6 deg. 79 deg. 194 dee. .98 In. 1.29 in. 2.02 in. .73 in. Today 18th. Sun rises 7:06 a. m. sun Kin 6:16 p. m. moon rises 12:44 a. m. moon sets aiso* m ± GREENINC;I Official in Charge Phoenix Weather Bureau, U. S. Department ol Commerce. Marriage Licenses AH/OR. Robert L,. 37, Globe, and PHILLIPS, Minnie Maud, 24, Tuc- BLAND. Henri, 52, and STEPHENS, Pearl, 50, both of Casa Grande. BRQDSKY, Harry, 44. Oakland, Calif., and CHJATE, Ruth, 34, Los Angeles. CAMPA, Angel, 28, Tiger, and 1 STOW, Celia. 18. Oracle. CARAPELLESE, Danil Paul, 26, and FIERI, Mary Jane, 19, both of Phoenix. CRAFTS, William Cornell, 40, and BARTON, Florence Maw, 45, both of Phoenix. Per 1'er In Copy Copy One Arizona Ballj Sunday Mo. Both papers S1-.5 Republic $.05 S.10 1.00 Gazette .05 "5 Out ol Per Copy One Three Arizona Dally Mo. Mos. Both Papers $2.25 Republic $.10 '.25 Gazette .10 1.00 Three Mos. S4.75 2.75 2.00 Six Mos. i.25 S12.00 : a.so c.-s 2.75 S.25 3.75 One 13.00 10.00 LOCAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES An Insertion consuls of one publication on weekdays In Republic and Gazette of same day, on Sundays In Republic only. Adi received before 8 p. ra. \vill be properly classified. After 8 p. m.. will appear under "Too Late To Classify" on follmvlnc moraine and thereafter under proper classification. These newspapers are not responsible for more lhan one Incorrect Insertion of any advertisement. 5 - Per Word «• Per Insertion So discount for time or space; cash Kith, order, minimum charge 25c. Contract rates ADVERTISING INDEX Apts. for Bent 17 Mlsrl's Wanted 37 Auctions 9 Mo:.ey Wanted 6< Autos for Sale 31 Money to Loan Autos Wanted 30 Meetlnt Notices 1 Business Chances 56 Mon-menls 6 Card of Thanks 3 Nursery Stock City Property Obituar.'es for Sale 10 Pastures for Rent Country Property. Personals for Sale 11 Pet Stock and Deaths and Supplies Funeral Notices : Real Estate Educational 52 for Sale or EKCS. Poultry Exchange and Supplies (0 Real Estate Flowers A Wanted Found 8 Room and Board 21 FruHs * Produce 41 Salesmen Wanted Funiislied Houses Male i Female 17 for Rent 1G Situations Wanted Furnished Rooms Male for Rent 19 Situations Wanted Drip Wanted Female *6 Male 49 Special Notices 63 Help Wanted Stores and Offices Female 60 for Rent 26 Belp Wanted Suburban Property Male i Female 51 for Sain 10A Housekeeping: Rms. Summer Homes for Rent 20 for Rent 82 Land for Rent 25 Trailer* for Sale J3 Livestock and Transportation Supplies 38 Freleht 80 Lost 7 Transportation Machinery and Licensed 81 Equipment for Transportation Sale 34 Miscellaneous Mlscl's for Rent 27 Trucks for Sale 32 Mitel's for Sale 35 Cnfur. Houses Miitcl's for Sale for Rent 15 or Exchange 36 Wanted to Rent 11 PHONE your ads—3-1111 Sonthslde Office, Mesa. Phone 341 Nortbside Office. Glendale. Phons 426 Miami Office. Phone 382 ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS World-Wide Telegraphic Sen-ice DONOFRIO FLORAL 136 N. Central Ave. Phone 3-213J) 6—MONUMENTS JOHTTHTQUAING ,t H ... nA r) /~"QI-M atomr ^f I 1 Opp. Greenwood Cemetery 1941 ARIZONA license plate A-48 Fraternal Order Police emblem at tached. Return San Carlos Garage Reward. ___ BRACELET. Yellow gold, keep sake. Reward. P. O. Box 9o9, Phoenix. DOG, small, black, part Scotty Name "Petcy". Reward. 310 W McKinley. 1—MEETING NOTICES Joint Reception by three Phoenix Blue Lodges. Pot luck dinner 6:30 sharp. Dr. Alfred Atkinson, president University of Arizona, speaker. Music by 'tforth Phoenix High School violin quartet. All members and visiting Masons invited. J. H. DOYLE, W. M., Arizona Lodge No. 2. CHARLES J. SHOUP, W. M.. Silver Trowel Lodge No. 29. GERALD HUBBARD, W. M.. Montezuma Lodge No. 35. 2— DEATHS AND FUNERALS BRYAXT, Mrs. Ina, 1184 South Ninth street, wife of Joe and mother of Joe, jr., and Robert, sister of Gertrude Bryant, passed away Monday evening in a local hospital. Announcements later from :he Arizona Funeral Home. Henry T. Forman director. COHANX1S, George — Funeral services at 2:30 p. m. today in the Arizona Funeral Home Chapel. Interment will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Henry T. Forman, director. COLLINS, Frederick Van Halan, wsband of Jemima Collins and ather of Mrs. Peter A. Prince of California and Ethel Hendershott, 'hoenix, passed away at his home, 332 West Wilshire drive, ye"sterday. Funeral announcements later by .he J. T. Whitney Funeral Home. CURTIS, Harley J.—Sen-ices will >e at 2 p. m. today in Memory Chapel of A. L. Moore and Sons, DEVEAU, Francis Xivier«35, an« the Rev. V. A. Vanderhoff officiat- FRAZIER, Alexandria Pauline, 33, ing. both of Phoenix. FAATELA, Isauro S., 21, Mesquite, end RAMIREZ, Lupe F., 20, Tolle- con. GAILORD, William R.. 23. San Diego, Calif., and ASPLUNDH, Lynn K.. 43. Huntington Valley, Pa. FLOYD, Ada Laura, wife of Irvin W. Floyd, mother of Harold C. and Raymond A. Floyd, passed away in a local hospital yesterday. A. L. Moore and Sons. GUTIERREZ, Pablo, 39, and MARTINEZ, Joaquina, 38, both of Guadalupe, 37, Mesa. HERNANDEZ, 1 and MARTINEZ, Martha, legal age, both of Tempe. i KILGORE, Albert L., 24. Peoria, end PD^CH, Ernestine, 18, Thermopolis Hot Springs, Wyo. OLIVER, Jacob Leon, 26, and : GERYK, Ellen, 22, both of Avon! dale. ; PAYNE, Edmond Wheeler, jr., 1 Hollywood, Calif., and ROUDENKO, Lubow, 19, New York City. RICHARDS, Edwain Dean, 25, i and S1OFF, Gilberta Jane, 20, both 1 of Phoenix. SCARBOROUGH, Luther Dixon, 26, and WALSH, Elizabeth Evelyn, S3, both of Mountain View, Calif. SLAUGHTER, Buster, 22, and ! ROPER, Gertrude Vinita, 19, both 1 of Glendale. : TJBBIT, Ivy Thomas, 21, Mesa, *nd WHITE, Eulene, 20, Phoenix. : TRYON, Arza O., 24, and ROSE, | Alice S.. 19. both of Tempe. 1 WADE, Conrad, legal age, Glendale, and ROER, Theresia, legal i ege. Phoenix. I WESSON, Edwin Albertus 29 V ».nd FAUCETT. Lola Mary, 28 both i of Manhattan Beach, Calif. : WEST, Armando, 21. and ABRIL, i Enedina. 18. both of Phoenix. WILLIAMSON, Eugene E., 53 -1,3 » A C7Y7-»7w™ V._, _ « ._ . .' or of Mrs. Stella Pierce, Mrs. Elnora Wright, Walter J. and Rudolph Hensley, passed away in a local hospital yesterday. Services will be at 10 a. m. Wednesday from Memory Chapel of A. L. Moore and Sons. Cremation In Greenwood. MACK, Max, husband of Mrs. Amanda Mack, passed away in a local hospital Monday. Funeral arrangements to be announced later from J. S. Brazil!. VECKYS, John. 710 South First street, passed away Sunday. Funeral announcements later by A. H. McLellan Mortuary. fend HASKETT, Reba E., of Glendale, Calif. 45, both WILSON, Monte W., 27 Berkeley, Calif., and ADAMS, Sara Margaret, 21, Mentone, Calif. - -o -Births Reported to Mr «*• n i,. *****•*» I.W .Hil. £U1U I v iiO. W. Collins, route 12, box 177, a S-y if Joseph ' s Hospital, Feb- COlJRTNEY-Born to Mr. and Avondale, a Corey •Irs. Burlin pital, February'!"". ^.MARTINEZ-Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel B. Martinez 914 East ifr^ 0 Ne S st ree Feb^arV Sh i e 6 r> * ^ RODRIGUEZ-Born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rodriguez, 1214 East Stork's Nest, February 17' e .,IHCHMAN—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thurman, Litchfield Park, a daughter, in the Cochran Maternity Home, February 17 w WAXJJEN— Born to Mr. and Mrs Fred Wallen, Waddell, a daughter In the Cochran Maternity Home February 17. ' ' • 0 • WESTBOfND: S-.W a m S n m A campaign against the gambling 5 -^ O n TH ™ OUND: 2:15 '"• "•• <&)o P nurnbers game has been started inililndav, cvery day but Sat ^' Cuba. i s Interment in Scottsdale. HENSLEY, James Preston, fath- MAHONEY, Mrs. Edna E—Funeral services at 9 o'clock this morning in St. Matthew's church. Burial in St. Francis Cemetery. Arrangements by J. T. Whitney Funeral Home. McLAIN, Bernice Helen—Services will be at 5 p. m. today in Memory Chapel of A. L. Moore and Sons. Interment in Sacramento, Calif. DOG, female, white with black spots. Part water spaniel. Black and white harness. Vacimty fairgrounds. 3-5692. BRIGGS-Stration engine, 1 H. H., and centrifugal pump. Reward 9—AUCTIONS BIG SALE Today 9 A. M. Phoenix Auction House 1317 So. Central The House Is Full Also 17 box-spring mattresses: S. ?» innerspring mattresses; small Herrinc Safe. COME EARLY EVERYBODY WELCOME Col. J. D. Campbell- AUCTIONEER Ph. 3-9412 Auction Tuesday 11 A. M. TALBOT'S SALESYARD "Livestock Center Of .'.rizona" 19th Ave. & Buckeye Rd. Cattle Of All Kinds A. 0. TALBOT Auctioneer Ph. 4-4467 VALLEY LIVESTOCK AUCTION WEDNESDAY Commissions sliced one half. Dairy cows Sl-50 to $2 per head all Beef & Range cows $1; Calve: & yearlings 50c; Baby calves 25c Hogs 25c; Sheep 15c; horses $1 to $2. Good Demand . FOR ALL KINDS OF CATTLE Buyers Waiting BOB WALL AUCTIONEER & MGR. Ph. 4-3248 10—CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE HOLC houses for sale. Ph. 3-1505. Joe Kerby for Keys. Take a Look A GOOD INVESTMENT The southwest corner of Second Avenue and Van Buren Street, approximately 150 feet on West Van Buren, and approximately 137 1 .-: feet on North Second Avenue. Present income from this property is $3,420 per year. 1940 taxes were $1,369. All street and other assessments completely paid. Priced low to sell at $45,000. — Income now is a return of 4H:£> net. Terms can be arranged. For Additional Information See Your Realtor Trees & Flowers Newly decorated 2-bedroom brick home—2037 N. llth St. Price $3500. Very easy terms. PHONE 3-6475 OR 4-5579 Furn. 4-Brm. Brick, $4250 LARGE. FINE 4-bedroom brick lome. completely, well furnished, ncluding electric refrig. Close in, excellent location. Kenilworth District 75 ft. lot. pavine paid; 3-car garage. Only $4250. with $500 down, $25 month. A wonderful, fine home. A tremendous bargain. UPSHAW-SCHREIBER 43201 Lobby. Security Bldg. 32646 NEW, small house, modern. Paving paid. $1,450. $50 dn. $15 mo. MELVIN H. BARNES Sandige Realty 15 N. 2nd Ave. Divorces Granted BRUCE, Marie A. Titgen from Robert Earl (annulment). DeJARNETTE, Felix N. from Myrtle B. EWING, Mary A. from Stanley B. GENOVESE, Teresa A. from Phillip F. HERRING, Wynona from W. K HILL, Blanche L. from Gerald G KITCHENS, Bernice from J C MOXLEV, Chester L. from Marie Josephine. PRIESTER, Maurice G. from Frances Ellen McPherson (annulment). ^;|^oje W. from Frank S. SU1AFFNER, Carl A. from Thelma Edding. SHERRILL, Magdalena from Ben Divorces Asked sues Mage c Mail Times Motorists of Western India have 3:| A | TB m. UND: *=«*£"»•. u=40 a. m.. 'm nm ' • '- 15 *• m -> 2 p. m., .NORTHBOUND: 1:30 p. Oi Duplex Extra Spec., N. E. 3 rooms, dinette & bath each side; owner non-resident will sacrifice for S2000 cash. Should net 15%. FRANKLIN D. LANE 115 W. Monroe REALTOR Ph.36905 EMERGENCY SALE San Francisco owner must sell! Good brick stucco duplex; living rm., dinette, - bedrm., kitchen and bath each side. All oak floors. New roof. Paving paid. Only $1950, easy terms. Very, very extra special. A. D. McCLAIN REALTY 117 W. Monroe. Realtors Ph. 4-5666 FURNISHED DUPLEX—4 rooms each side; 1 bedroom. Extra large garage. Paving paid in full. Will show 20% net. Price $3500 with only $300 cash. HIGGINS and DELPH 19 W. Monroe. Realtors. Ph. 4-4153 Large New Attractive In new select addition. A living room that has space, comfort and dignity. Bedrooms that accommodate twin beds. Central heating and cooling. Beautiful colored tile kitchen, 2 car garage. An outstanding buy in a brand new home $5000. Very, very easy Terms. A. D. McCLAIN REALTY 117 W. Monroe. Realtor. Ph. 4-5666 Home Investment On business corner. 5 rm. stucco, hdw. floors throughout Lot will accommodate business or units for court site. A very special price $2250; $350 down, easy monthly. A tremendous buy. A. D. McCLAIN REALTY 117 VV. Monroe. Realtor. Ph. 4-5666 NEW HOME 10% DOWN 2-bedroom, tile sink, air ducts, serv. porch. Joins city limits. City water, gas. Only $2600. Discount for cash. Open by owner. 2502 W. Monroe. BUSINESS lot, south Central. Will take car for down payment. 3-6777. 3 BEDROOMS, hardwood floors, central heating, near Kenilworth School. Leaving. Sacrifice, 3-9428. Too Late To Classify "It's a cake I baked for the Republic and Gazette classified ad department. I want to show my appreciation for the fine job they helped my husband get." 10— CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE INV. 100 ft. cor., 9 rm. hse., N. 7th Av. near Roosevelt, home or bsns. Joe Kerby. 15 W. Roosevelt. BEAUTIFUL home; also, 4 unit apartment. Furnished.. Best location. Call owner, 3-8709. A NEW house and income $365 mo. Price no object. 509 N. 1st St. MODERN 2 bedroom, recondi- ioned throughout. Price reduced. Owner 1337 West Willotta. SENT or Sell new 2 bedroom newly furnished home. Winter lawn, paving paid. 1346 East Granada. 10A—SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE _5 A citrus, Chandler Heights, $1250. Mod hme like new. Gar., beautiful d. only $2700. Porter Ph. 446, Mesa. A., N., 4-rm. house, porches, ga- •age. shade. $2000. Ph. 4-2181. _ BEDROOM sacrifice, $2,500. $200 down. Balance terms. Phone 3-4719. ^ rm. frace hse., 2H- A., all fenced for chickens, at $1875, $175 dn., $15 per month HARVEY BAILEY REALTY 711 E. Indian School Rd. Ph. 3-1949 LOTS—150x180, facing Ingleside olf Course, \-> price. Phone 3-2556, Golf evenings. 12—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OB EXCHANGE Want ArizoriaTCattle Ranch. Have clear 160 A. bottom land, with Diesel pumping plant, near Cashion. or clear Phoenix cottage court, or apartment house. Box 55E, Republic and Gazette PASADENA, California. Equity modern 2 B. R. Want Phoenix residential lot or 3 B. R. nearly new home. Phone 4-2635. $1000 equity in $5000 rentals Monthlv income S67. 3-6269. 6-RM. brk. hse. Clear. Nr. Capitol. Consider trade for home NE or NW. Joe Kerby, 15 W. Roosevelt. 3-150o. 13- -REAL ESTATE WANTED CASH for cheap lots north. Price, location. Box 87-E, Republic and Gazette. LIST WITH LANE-SMITH CO. 212 W. Adams St. Ph. 4-3128 14—WANTED TO RENT ROOM and board for father and daughter, 3. Fenced yard, garage preferred. Must have other income. Box 97-E, Republic and Gazette. MIDDLEAGED man pensioner wishes room and board close in. d mnm mnrlprn SI 000 wses room a , IrooSs I::::::: 6001 private small home, reasonable 1 lot°s m 4 S rooms I! '.............. 650 clean., give particulars. Box 91-E, ° S RICHEY REAL ESTATE 1336 E. Van Buren Phone 4-57 4 beautiful 3 & 4 bedrm. homes; maid's quarters.—North of Camelback Ra. S6.000 to $12.000. Terms. Mattingly Realty Co. 133 N. 2nd Ave. Ph. 4-21S1 ?35 WANTED to rent two bedroom home on one or two acres ground N. E. Three in family. Prefer furnished. Will pay $25 to $40 month. Call between 4 and 6 p. m 3-S184. HOME & INCOME FOR $2.650. $400 CASH Lovely 2 bedroom home & cottage in rear. Out of city limits. Rent on cottage almost makes monthly H. CREAGER 509 N. CENTRAL New 2 bedroom house, on S acre. Automatic water heater, laundry tub, cooline ducts. Financing & 1st three years insurance paid. If your credit is good make us an offer on the down nayment. ANGLE REALTY CO. 239 N. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2171 BARGAIN in desert home, south side. 3-6785 or 9-4637. CORNER H acre, new 2-bdrm, adobe house. Owner called away, must sell at once. Price $3000. Shedd, 24 W. Lymvood. 4-2612. ..ike rent, 2H A., mod. hse., shade. 23 W. Monroe. Frank Williams. BEAUTIFUL new 5 rooms, all iled kitchen and bath. Call 4-142-t. No Snooping Neighbors Will pry into your family affairs n this beautiful 2-bdrm. home—on 1 acre landscaped with shrubs, roses, flowers and fruit. Extra ser•ant quarters. Chicken equipment. Many other features for only $5500. See this home with Mr. DAVIES, 141 N. 2nd Ave.. Phone 4-5579. Valley's prettiest North-countrj" home. Mtg. sale. $9.750. Ph. 3-1024. 11—COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE GLENDALE Dist. Buys, 20;A. on •cry good terms. 148 A. $175 per A., 80-A. only $160 per A. Also acre or half A. lots on Grand Ave. High- vay. $5 cash and $5 per mo. Ludden Realty, Glendale. 5-10-15-20 or 40 A. Mesa City utils. Terms to suit, Cummard, Mesa. 20 A. N. W., 2 bedrms.—3 A. in boysenberries. Fenced chicken runs. ^ine well; fruit & shade. Terms. 'h. 4-2181. 180 ACRES patented land, 70 _cres in cultivation under irrigation. Balance pasture land. 3 sections grazing land adjoining. Price $14,)00 cash. P. O. Box 522 Camp Verde, Arizona. SMALL FARMER'S OPPORTUNITY To own land now being offered in ROOSEVELT CONSERVATION DISTRICT tracts 40 acres or more, ee me for full information, alfalfa, grain & cotton lands; easy terms. >. M. JAMES, with HIGGINS and DELPH 9 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-4153 An Excellent 40 Acres n the heart of valley, equipped for grade A dairy. Good home. Presure water, large barn. Priced ieht. Torms. FARM & HOME Inv. CO. E. J. HEBETS, Realtor 41 W. Monroe Ph. 4-4189 A Bare Bargain 0 acres oranges and grapefruit. N. E. Nicest location and finest soil in ralley. Modern house, deep well md electric motor. All clear. $300 •>er acre. Terms. OLDAKER & EMBACH 44 N. First Ave. 160 ACRES extremely fine land, near Scottsdale. Unusual bargain. 165 per acre. 3-9227. 65 A. good cotton base. SE Phoelix, only 160 Acre. Plenty water. EZ terms. J. M. Kellogg. 4-2156. 12—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE —IT PAYS TO TRADE— -bedrm. frame. Paved. Trade for 3-rm. house or 2 acres. Bal. $20 mo. -bdrm. stucco, N. W. Want good trailer as dn. paymt. Balance $25 mo. 'rame store bldg. Living quarters. Only .'.$850, terms. HOWE REALTY CO. 123 E. Washington St. Ph. 4-3636 WILL sacrifice equity in new lome at 12th St. Sheridan. F. H. A. ialance. Venetian blinds. Central leating and cooling. 3-1643. Republic and Gazette. 15—UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT LOVELY 3 bedroom suburban home. Everything electric, $35. 3-4401. 2-BEDROOM brick, newly decorated, S25. 9-6248. ADOBE, 3 rooms 9-7931, 4-1860. and bath ATTRACTIVE 6 rooms, $45. Duplex, $27.50. 4-1914. 5 ROOMS. 1150 E. Taylor, S17.50 month. Charles Dale, 4-2578 or 3-9619. ONE bedroom, sleeping porch. Country. Itt acres. $18.50. Inquire, 1926 E. Palm Lane. 1222 N. FIRST ST. Has 2 bedrooms. Heating, Cooking Gas. Water,—and Yard Care Included In Rental. See LANE-SMITH Co., 212 W. Adams. Ph. 4-312S. THREE bedrooms, large living room. Lots of shade. 2802 North Central. NEWLY decorated 3 bedrooms, screen sleeping room, large living room, dining room. Near Emerson school, park. 538 East Willetta. 16—FURNISHED HOUSES FOB RENT 3-ROOM cottage. Adults. $20. 374 N. 21st Ave. DESIRABLE duplex. §16. 920 E. Pierce. 2, 3 i 4-rm. S6-S10 wk. Gas and elec. free. 2222 West Van Buren. 3 rm. apt. walking distance ....$25 2 bedroom, nicely furnished .. 45 Beautifully furn. 4 rm. apt. NW 65 Manv others $75.00 to S500. A. D.McCLAIN REALTY 117 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-5666 4 ROOMS, water paid, $30.00. 3-6698. 3-3500. 2 BEDROOM house, 1713 W. Mon< roe. ONE, two bedrooms $35. 728 E. Moreland. Half Duplex. 1412 E. Belleview. $30 6 ROOMS, suitable for duplex or home. Lease, bargain. 1945 E. Moreland. LARGE. 1612 W. Washington. RENTALS WINTER AND PERMANENT Mrs. Decker or Mrs. Ketcherside LANE-SMITH CO. Ph. 4-3128. or Sundays 4-3838 1307 W. Washington, 4 room duplex, Frigidaire. $25. Permanent people. THREE room modern cottage. !Iean. Furnished or unfurnished. 835 North 16th Ave. New nifty completely furnished 2- bdrm. home in Greenfield Gardens. Four, six or twelve months. 3-8631. 17—APARTMENTS FOR RENT THREE room apartment. Newly decorated and furnished. 337 N. 4th Ave. NEW, modern. 330 W. McDowell. SMALL modern apartment. Lo:al people. Rear, 361 N. 5th Ave. SINGLE & Dbls. 75 VV. Portland. NEWLY decorated apts. East Culver. 1605 $45. Beautiful 2-bedroom apartment. Adults. 4-6275. $25 AND $35. Steam heat, gas. Key. 1519 W. Washington. FOUR room apartment. Adults. $35. 810 N. 5th St. CLEAN, very attractive, 3-ropm modern. Large closet, Inner-Spring mattress. 135 N. 10th Ave. LOVELY, new furnished apartment. 109 N. 5th St. SINGLE apartment. 93 West Culver. 96 W. Cypress, clean 3-rm. apt., automatic heat; nicely furnished. BEAUTIFULLY furnished 2 and 3 room apartments. $27.50 and $32.50. All utilities pd. 713 N. Central. 3 ROOMS furnished, paid. 2310 N. Dayton. utilities 19—FURNISHED ROOMS FOK KENT IF you really want to trade, buy; ir sell real estate, see OLDAKER & EMBACH, 44 N. 1st Ave. ' PRIVATE entrance, bath. $5.00. 615 North 2nd. Ave. 54 \gEEK, 650 N. 1st Ave, /5_ FURNISHED ROOMS FOB RENT double, twin beds, LARGE: roe. . T.ARGE front. S3. 621 N. 5th St. S1.50 week up. Clean. 519 N. 3rdjjt. DESIRABLE room. 1324 N. Cen ^-HOUSEKEEP^G ROOMS FOR RENT . BATCHING rooms. 741 S. 2nd St. 1938 PONTIAC Silver Streak sedan. Exceptionally clean, low mileage, special today only—snap this UP 'lRV CAMPBELL MOTORS DODGE-PLYMOUTH. TEMPE. CABINS. $10 mo. 2627 N. Central. 21—ROOM AND BOARD S25. 811 N. 2nd Ave. . VERY reasonable. 515 N. 1st St. ~~ East EXCELLENT Portland food. 506 REASONABLE. Two. 3-1783. ATTRACTIVE room in lovely home, twin beds, furnace. Convalescents considered. Phone 4-3Jiu. REASONABLE, all conveniences. Carline. 1013 N. 10th St, SINGLE and double room. North 3rd St. 1218 ATTRACTIVE private Toom. Every convenience. Reasonable. 509 N. 6th St. BABIES. 4-1512. Jagoe rest ranch. No tb. Ph. 93271. BABIES. 3-0905. REASONABLE. 1107 W. Adams. CHILDREN. 9-7422. 25—LAND FOR RENT 20 A., small house, for lease. 4-1049. 26—STORES AND OFFICES FOR RENT WAREHOUSE. P. O. 1002. City. GROUND FLOOR ROOMS 2 UPSTAIRS OFFICES Low rates See Mr. Lane PRINTERS BUILDING (Formerly Out West Bldg.) 2&-JMST.7RE FOR RENT DESERT FEED Cattlemen, 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 15 ACRES desert, good future, for late car. 1937 East Van Buren, Cottage 30. 31—AUTOMOBILES FOB SALE •37 Terraplane 4-dr. sed. New paint good tires, S395. 504 W. Adams. '30 Model A Sed. 16" wheels trunk. Special t.ndav S75. 510 w. Adams. Lifetime Guarantee G A There Is A R T BIG DIFFERENCE A I M E Between NOISE AND MUSIC E CARS wanted. 1458 E. Van Buren Cars To Wieck—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 usec cars. C. P. Stephens. 915 N. Central Instant CASH for clean CARS. JERRY DAVIS 640 W. ADAMS Immediate casn for clean cars. Paid for or not, local or not. Believe it or not. , Clark Smith. 140 W. Van Buren 31—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 1938 OLDSMOBILE 2-door town sedan, beautiful light brown finish, upholstery is spotless, motor is perfect. ONLY $185.00 DOWN 601 W. Washington Miller Bros. Motors Inc. NASH STATE DIST. '41 Plymouth dlx. club cpe. Radio & heater. Priced low. 209 E. Van Bu 1936 STUDEBAKER sedan, over drive, radio. Fire station No. 1. 1st St. and Jefferson. 40 PLY. Dlx. sedan. 11,000 miles Liberal discount. 1515 E. Van Buren 1939 Plymouth Sedan, good condition. $525. Can be financed. 4-2379. 1521 W. Monroe. 1939 FORD 1 ton pickup. Completely overhauled, new paint. '37 Willys sedan, clean in every way. 1907 W. Jackson. Must be sold for storage charges Late Chev. Master coupe. Associated Station, 1st Ave. & Madison. CHRYSLER airflow and '37 Plymouth. Trade for house trailers. 1744 Grand Ave. 1937 Terraplane Coupe, excellent condition, $365. 508 W. Adams. NO MONEY DOWN. NO CARRYING CHARGE. Bargain at $165 at $10 monthly. 1934 Ford Del. Coupe. See at Tourist Garage. 126 S. 1st St. or Winship, 21§ Goodrich Bldg., Ph. 3-5107. NO MONEY DOWN. NO CARRYING CHARGE, Bargain at $85 at $5 monthly. 1929 Pontiac 4-dr. sedan. See at Tourist Garage, 126 S. 1st St. or Winship, 219 Goodrich Bldg., Ph. 3-5107. Notice Winter Visitors! CARS FOR RENT—Without Drivers—on Buy Back Plan PICKUPS 1940 Dodge 1940 G.M.C. Two 1936 Internationals 1939 Chev. 1937 Dodge ED SPEAR Dodge & Plymouth Ph. 4-3131 325 N. 1st Ave. 325 W. Van Buren 1936 Graham 4-dr sed.. trunk. Best buy in town $265. 506 W. Adams. BUICK, '39 Road Master. Good as new. $600. Walter Ware, Camelback Inn. 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 5195 1934 Plymouth coupe 195 1935 Plymouth coupe 265 1936 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 coupe 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 Special today 1934 Stude 4-dr. Sed. Clean thruout. $165. 510 W. Adams. 1938 Plymouth Coupe. Excellent condition. Low mileage. $450. 503 McDowell, Red fire and clap-trap do not necessarily mean good values. Our used cars are reconditioned to give dependable service, and we stand back of our used cars with our written "LIFETIME GUARANTEE" '41 Ford Coupe ... 845 Super deluxe, 2500 miles '40.Pontiac Coupe . .$645 '40 Dodge Coupe ... 645 '40 Ford Coupe 645 '40 Mercury Clb Cvt. 945 Radio, overdrive '40 Ford Tudor 645 '39Mercury Sedan.. 695 '39Zephyr Sedan... 795 Radio, overdrive 39 Ford Tudor 465 Overdrive '39Plym. Dlx. Cpe.. 395 '38Plym. Dlx. 4-dr.. 395 '38 Zephyr Sed., Rad. 545 '37DeSotoConv. Cpe. 345 '37 Zephyr Sed., Rad. 395 '37 Ford Sta. Wagon 395 '37 Buick Conv. Sed. Radio 445 '37 Ford Tudor .... 345 '36 Plymouth Coupe 195 '36 Ford Tudor .... 225 '36 Chev. Spt. Sed... 245 '36Plym. DLx. 4-dr.. 295 '36 Olds Coupe" .... 325 '35 Ford Coupe 135 CONSOLIDATED MOTORS, INC. (Arizona's Largest Ford Dealer) EAST VAN BUREN AT 2ND STREET 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 PHOENLX MOTOR CO. YOUR BUICK & CHEVROLET DEALER W. C. QUEBEDEAUX . President 3RD ST. & VAN BUREN PHONE 4-2282 5TH AVE. & VAN BUREN PHONE 4-2106 1934 de luxe Plymouth coupe, clean. Consider cheaper car. No dealers. 2900 W. Van Buren, Star Court. 1939 LaSalle 4-dr. Trg. Sedan. This car is clean hroughout. Will sell the low price Only $725 BILL SIMS YOUR STUDEBAKER DIST. 00 E. Van Buren 3-8821 324 W. Adams Ph. 3-4103 31—AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE IT'S SMART TO OWN A PACKABDt 1935 Packard 6 Cyl Tr'e'"£V Renewed and perfect * 1937 Packard 120 Tre"^' Completely reconditioned 1936 Packard Trg. Sedan, k motor ami good tires « 15 Others— Like New" BACKED BY OUR Packard Phx. Motor On "PACKARD & WILLYS 400 West Washington. P EXCEPTIONAL USED CAR f VALUES 1940 Nash Deluxe 4dr. Sedan Radio. Beautiful Satin Black Finish Tires, Motor and upholstery are just like new. A real value ' 1939 Mercury Convertible Club Coupe. Radio. Beautiful finish, with black top red ; leather upholstery, f 0£ light, new tires. Only ...fj»- 1939 Chrysler 4dr. Sedan. Radio & overdrive. BeavS tiful sky blue finish, spotless inside and out A : real value .......... «, ......... W 1939 Lincoln Zephyr 4-dr. De» luxe Sedan. Beautiful grey ,• finish, white sidewall tires. ' Truly a car you will 6e '' proud to own ............ jjj WHOLESALE PEICES '37 Chrysler Rv]. cpe Overdrive, Clean ....MS; '38 Ply. Deluxe Sed. ..345 '37 Chev. Pickup 4 speed trans. ... 295 -i '37 Chev. Master Sed. 365 '37 Ford 4dr. Sedan.. 345 '37 Ford Coupe ...... 265 '36 Buick 4dr. Sed. .. 295 '35 Chev. 4dr. Sed ... 165 '35 Ford Deluxe Cpe. 145 '34 Ford Coupe ...... 95 "^, '34 Ford Stat. Wagon 195 '34 Chrysler Coupe ...145 '29 Ford IVb T. Truck 93 100 At Wholesale Pries" ED LUKE MOTOR CO. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DIST. • 7TH AVE. AND MONROE '37 Chevrolet pickup, A-l oat- lion, only S250. 621 S. Central. 1937 Chevrolet tudor, good coui. tion. Sacrifice. 707 W. Willetta, 1937 Ford 60 town sedan. Penal condition guaranteed $!5 524 West Van Buren ADD A USED CAB TO YOUR NEW -YEAR'S BUDGET BEST CARS LOWEST PRICES ! EASIEST TERMS 1940 PONTIAC Special (6) 2-dr. Seta Beautiful light blue finish, ,. ; excellent tires, complete deluxe equipped. Now onlySis- 1939 PONTIAC : (6) Coupe, two-tone OT. finish,tires like new, clean inside and out. Priced our only •*» 1939 CHEVROLET Master Deluxe 4 passenzet Coupe, beautiful dark blu» finish, white side wall tires,, immaculate inside and out 83 1939 PONTIAC (6) 2-dr Sedan, trunk, radio, original black finish and uph. are spotless. Yott can hardly believe this Is a used car * 1938 DODGE 2-dr. Sedan, trunk, rams, excellent tires, spotless mohair upholstery. A real buy for only * BARGAIN. DEP1 '37 Pontiac Cp.,Ead.?34] '37 Terraplane Cp... 1» '35Pontiac 6 2-dr...• '34 Chev. Mstr. Sed. 19) '34 Ford Sedan .... '33 Chev. Coach .... WESTWARD MOTOK Your Pontiac & CMC Truck DB Ph.4-3985 414 W. Van Bur* 1940 Mercury Deluxe Sedan, Ra* Heater and many extras, at* steal. 209 East Van Buren Strac GOOD NEWS TRAVELS FAST—SATISFIED USED CAR BUYERS AKB OUR BIGGEST ADVERTBESS —"There's A Reason"— 1940 Buick 4-door Touring Sedan- Satin black finish,—white- sidewall tires, — Ifffl miles, — Fisher Umstf" Body; knee action; Torque tube drive; Buicoil sprin.^ ing. Special "^ 1938 Packard 8 Convertible Coupe—NgJ top. good tires. BeaubflU dalrk red finish, Leather upholstery.—Radio. Motor in excellent condition.-^ Special '37 Plymouth coupe. Will accept best offer, 1930 .W. Adams, • '37 Dodge Sed. .. '38 Stude. Coupe . '38 Plymouth Cpe. '37 Chrysler Sed. . 'SGLaSalle Sed. . '36 Buick Sedan . '36 Plymouth Cpe. '35 Ford Sedan .. '30 Ford Coupe .. COULTER Cadillac- * ' 395 395 395 395 345 265 145 75 ^^USED CAR DEPARTMENT 1st Ave. & Van Buna • PHONE 3-6781 and 108 E. Van Buren 2nd St.

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