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ft Ite Attorn* Republic 48 Friday. April 4, 1X9 fiirtfo it. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL BRYANT, Stanley' and Margie, M30 Kav, 2431 w. or and Kathryn, 1314 311, HA"MP« in t'ar'rv- and Charlotte, 2541 W. Monterey Way, boy. McMINN, Howard and Janet. 1230 E. Almeria Rd., boy. _ Legal Advertising Commlssioi Takers of NOTICE OF HEARING Case No. 36 Before the Oil and Gas Conservatlo " mission, State of Arizona. "I Operators, Purchasers an oil and gas in Arizona and a ether Interested persons, particularly l Dlneh-bl-Keyah Field. Notice Is Hereby Given that the O ind Gas Conservation Commission of th jtate of Arizona will hold a hearing a k O:00 o'clock a.m. on April 14, 1969, I loom 204, 1624 West Adams, Phoenix Arizona, on the application o Cerr-McGee Corporation for permission o drill and produce an additional Lowe termosa Formation well In the SE/4 o action 32, Township 36 North, Range X fast, Dlneh-bi-Keyah Field, Apache Country, Arizona. All persons interested tn such matte: fnay appear on said date and be heard. Done and Performed This 1st day o pr ' on, AND..GAS CONSERVATION COMMISSION OF STATE OF ARIZONA ATTEST: /s/ LUCIEN B. OWENS, Chairman /s/ JOHN BANNISTER, Executive Secretary Published: Arizona Republic April 1, 2, 3, 4f 5r 6r 1969. NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids Will be received by the Board of Educa tlon of Phoenix Union High School Sys tem District No. 210 of Marlcopa County Arizona, for the following: Vehicles To Include Station Wagons, Sedans and Trucks. Bid Call No. 8-49. ^Sealed bids are to be filed with the Division of Supply and. Property, 41 East Grant Street, Phoenix, Arizona, on or before 2:0p p.m..- April 14, 1969 a which time they will be publicly openei end read by the Assistant Superlntenden for Business Services or Ms duly author Ized representative. Specifications to which this bid cal must conform are available at the Dlvl tlon of Supply and Property. BOARD OF EDUCATION PHOENIX UNIOr HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEV DISTRICT NO. 210 0 MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA s.: WILLIAM D. BOSTROM Published: Arizona Republic April 4, 5 t, 7, 1969; Phoenix Gazette April 4, 5, 7 NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice Is hereby given that sealed bids will be received bv the Board of Educa tlon of Phoenix Union High School Sy* tem District No. 210 of Marlcopa County Arizona, for the following: frlntlno Grade Report - Four Part lontlnuous Form. Bid Call No. 9-49. iealed bids are to be filed with the •»•"•*• **,'*•** K>»*a 01 c iw we i ncu rwi HI 1111 Division of Supply and Property, 41S East Grant Street, Phoenix, Arizona, or or before 3:00 p.m. - April 14, 196* a which time they will be publicly openec and j-«ad by the Assistant Superintendent for Business Services or his duly author- zled representative. Specifications to which this bid call iriust conform ere available at the Dlvl elon of Supply and Pr MAR.COpJP'SBISVI'Slh^ s.: WILLIAM D. BOSTROM, , Published: Arizona Republic April 4, 5, kZ' "**» Phoenix Gazette April 4, S. 7, . The undersigned will sell at Auction on April 10, 1969, at citizens National Bank of Morris County, Route 10, Succasunna; one 1767 Chevrolet Camaro 2 door Sport Coupe, Serial No. 124377NI91575 for default °jj Installment security Agreement at Seller'reserves the right to bid and Inspect at place of sale. Published: Arizona Republic April 4, 1969. Birffo OLIVIAS, willfam «nd Levitt, 9\» E. Roosevelt, twin boys. SLY, Richard and Barbara, ttie N. 36th St., girl. BROTT, Darlene and Charles, «741 N. 45fh Ave., Glendale, bov. COMBS. Karol and Jasper, 1316 W. Amelia, boy. KERR, Karen and William, 3033 E. Van. Buren, Spt. A6, boy. MAHONEY, Nancy and Ray, Box 57. Queen Creek, girl. MYERS. Margare; and Darrvl, 4120 _ W. Bethany Home, girl. SANTAYA, Juanlta and Joe, 1605 E. Pecan, Sin. TROUT, Michelle and James, 3988 W. Grand Ave., Glendale, girl. WALKER, Annie and Richard, 1222 E. Jefferson, girl. ^jtoESA LUTHERAN HOSPITAL DRAPER, William and Carol. 1729 E. First Ave., Mesa, girl. March WALKER, Richard A. and Judy, 815 N. Hayden, Apt. D115, Scottsdale, girl. March 25. GATTO, Anthony P. and Judith K., 436 N. Drew East, Mesa, girl, March 27. HANSON, Steve and Joyce S., 1326 E. Del Rio Drive, Mesa, girl, March 27. ^ PHOENIX GENERAL HOSPITAL OUINONEZ, Frank and Gloria, Box 3620, Cashlon, boy, March 18. ALLEN, Walter and Priscilla, 420 N. 17th Drive, boy, March 24. ANDRADE, David and Christy, 5345 W. Virginia, qirl, March 24. BALSIGER, Henry and Margo, 1531 W. Colter, boy, March 24. HERNANDEZ, Luis and Rose, 1127 E. Yuma, boy and girl. March It. PADGETT, Keith and Linda, 1564 W. Hazelwood, No. 3, boy, March 25. HUSKEY, Larry and Judith, 4250 W. Kelm Drive, girl, March 27. MOLINA, Eduardo and Lupe, Box _ 231, Glendale, boy, March 27. TATE, Edward and Phoebp, 4538 N. _ 14th Ave., fllrl. March 27. SPENCER, Arthur and Virginia, 4225 N. 31st Drive, girl, March 28. DAHL, Eugene and Diane, 8820 N. 37th Ave., fllrl, March 29. GUTIERREZ, Larry and Sally, 10808 W. Durango, Cashlon, girl, March IONACE, Robert and Donna, S531 N. 39th Ave., girl, March 29. KING, Charles and Ellen, 4107 E. Van Buren, boy, March 29. MORGAN, Michael and Jacqueline, 6332 N. 27th Ave., boy, March 29. REYES, Arthur and Yoland. 302'/ a End Street, El Mirage, girl, MONTUO, 'Eduardo and Willa Mae, 6638 N. 53rd Ave., Glendale, boy March 30. Republic and Gaiettt -.. P n ?«e 271-8000 Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. 120 E. Van Buren St. Mail Aox 1950 CIRCULATION SERVICE 271-8381 OR 271-8356 Branch Offices and Representatives 73-ir22 Cottonwood 634-5701 Flagstaff774-7472 Gilbert9»4-5649 Gl0be425-2002 Chandler Safford42S4450 SanManuel385-4471 Superlor«9-2971 SierraVlsta458-265> 964-5649 Wtnslow289-329B Yuma 782-2323 Republic (Morning) 45c a week Ev Gazette (Evening) 45c a week Legal Advertisng Legal Advertisng AUCTION SALE ARIZONA HIGHWAY DEPARTMENT TO SELL AT PUBLIC AUCTION HOUSES Sale No. B-l-73 Project 1-10.2(24) to be removed from State Highway Right of Way Ninety Days from Date of Sale Sole Date —Thursday,. April 10, 1969 10:00 A.M. PHOENIX, ARIZONA Item Parcel 2723 West Belleview I-Sty. cone. blk. hse. & redwood fence ( I) 7-518 1202 North 27th Lane I-Sty. cone. blk. hse ( 2) ..7-530 1301 North 35th Avenue I-Sty. cone. blk. hse. No fence ( 3) .7-762 1301 North 35th Ave. Approx. 264 lin. ft. of 4 ft. high chain link fence ( 4) 7-762 1307 North 35th Dr. I-Sty. cone, blk hse ( 5) 7-415 3734 West Moreland I-Sty. fr. stucco hse. and fr. shed ( 6) 7-745 3736 West Moreland I-Sty. fr. stucco hse ( 7) 7-744 3724 West Moreland I-Sty. cone. blk. hse ( 8) 7-747 3825 West Moreland I-Sty. cone. blk. hse. No fence ( 9) 7-739 3838 West Moreland I-Sty. cone. blk. hie (10) 7-726 1302 North 41st Avenue I-Sty. cone. blk. hsee (II) 7-722 1302 North 41st Avenue Approx. 125 lin. ft. of 5 ft. high cone. blk. cence. North side not included (12) 7-722 1113 North 42nd Avenue l-Sty. cone. blk. hie (13) 7-723 TERMS— Personal cheek* wll not be accepted. Items of sale itllini lor fioo.oo or lets must b« paid for In CASH •l the close ol bidding. Item* ff sale selling lor over $100.00 may be paid for In cath at clese of blddlni/ or a cash deposit ol tioo.oo for each Item bid muit be paid at the close of blddine and the balance paid to the Arizona Hlfhway Department Property Manaiement office, 113) Weil Spruce Jlreet, Phoenix, no later than 4:00 PM on the day of the tile. Payment moil be In cith. Cashier's Check er postal money order. Sale Will ie Held at Hie Site of Sale Item No. 1 2737 West lelleview Phoenix, Arizona For Further Information Call 261-7517 It Arlioni Republic March M/ April 4, IN». Gazette subscribers at 25c a week Carriers collect wwkry. Subscril., eeilring to pay In advance annual!, will please mail remittance at earner rate direct to circulation de- U.S. 'Mall Subscription price* Ar *i88& Jeo-Mis ?ee-Morn i »az-Eve 7 az&Sun 11. :ep-Sun 4.u . All othe.r. State! 'a?L :ep-Morn "e".', Rep&Gaz Rep-MiS Re jar-Eve 3az&Sun Gaz&Sun 14.» #.35 &.ft Rep-Sun . . .4.70 ».8S 16.79 No Mail Subscription accepted where Carrier delivery Is maintained. Foreign rates on request Printed Pattern 9175 SIZES 2-8 Tulip petals spring up in the most surprising places- see how they outline yoke and pockets of a sprightly skim. Sew it in one color or with frosting of white. Printed Pattern 9175: New Children's Sizes 2, 4, 6, 8. Size 6 takes PA yards 35- inch. Send 65 cents in coin for this pattern; add 15 cents for each pattern for first- class mailing and special handling. Address Marian Martin, The Arizona Republic, Pattern Department, 232 W. 18th St., New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zp code, size and style number. More fresh, young, easy- sek styles in Spring-Summer Pattern Catalog.— send 50 cents. Free pattern coupon in catalog. New Instant Sewing Book shows you how to sew it today, wear it tomorrow; over 500 pictures. Send $1. Transform plain linens Into proud beauties with dainty flowers, bows, elegant scrolls. Embroider your favorite flowers — lazy-daisy, roses, orchids—in natural colors on cases, towels, scarfs. Pattern 7077: six 4%"xU" motifs. Send 50 cents in coin for this pattern., add 15 cents for each pattern for first- class mailing and special handling. Address Alice Brooks, The Arizona Republic, Needlecraft Department, Box 163, Old Chelsea Station New York, N.Y. 10011. Print name, address with zip code, pattern number and size. Send 50 cents for new 1969 200 designs, 3 free patterns. New "50 Instant Gifts" of fabulous, fashions s toys and decorator accessories you can make today, give tomorrow. Send 90 cents. CtmiflfB ADVERTISING Weekday Deadline 3 p.m. Sunday Deadline 1 pm Saturday MONDAY THROUGH FRIDAY n ?M?pen Z»m ' for Weekday ' SATURDAY ones -Open 7am fe 3pm Open 8am to IPm • DEADLINE IPm Saturday SUNDAY PHONE 271-8711 To Place Your Want Ads LOCAL RATES: %™k«W^ mjflsnsssi rrf &VE TYpt jtr iOLiDt Consecutive Days : Porjrvon Ive Days :.Per_Wor< sreer type, whir* space, centered lit— 30 Consecutive Days 7Conr 70c.P ? rJ-1ne P .rD«r 4 Cons 1 . isecuth/e pays _ ^ 75c Per Line Par Bay ;«cuflvt Days 1 Day or Skfij Day 85c Per Ll er iine Par Day jy Orders er Llna Per Day 10* D seount Available for Caih er- ders placed In person at the Class- fled Counter. MINIMUM CHARGE II.SO P. UT , OF ST ^T E RATES: (Minimum Chars* $2.00) Copy r* . ceived from outside the Bi ef the State of Arliona Is $1.00 Per Llna Par Day. leundarles charged Advertisers, who specify their weak- day advertisements be published In ,„ one, of the two dally papers, will receive a reduction ef lOc Mr line from the l fima line rate and copy so ordered will appear under a senarate "Miscellaneous Class!fled" heading outside the Regular Classified section. Check vour ad the first day It av •ears. In., the event ef . an error, Phoenix Newspapers will not assume responsibility for mere men one Incorrect Insertion. roperty Classify er Reiect Advertising Copy. To Place Your Want Ads DIAL 271-8711 Announcements Clesses i threweh M I— Meeting Notices .. Special Conclave receiving, reading & balloting on petitions conferring all the orders of Knighthood. __ Robert L. Read, E.C. THUNDERBTRD Lodge, NO. 48, F&AM, 3rd degree. Friday, 7:30 p.m. All Master Masons welcome. Refreshments. Roy W. Hoyt, Jr., W.M. SAGUARO LODGE NO, 45 F & AM, Masonic Temple, 345 West Monroe, Stated meeting 7:30 p.m. Visiting masons welcome. Refreshments. John Stewart, WM. _ PHOENICIAN Lo3gia No. „ SB F.&A.M. Scottsdale. 7:30 pm. First Degree. Visiting Masons welcome. aymond O. Marshall, W.M. _ F.& Deg Ray 4— Funoral Announcements AbKlHS, Julie.M,Cervices conduct ' " Prittc f'fn o.nv ._ $brii'.~"7nferm'enf" Greenwood. A -«Tby- Dr. Richard Cain Y Rev. Melvln J. Prltts ,2:00 .P.m. toda In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore memorial to a favorite charity is • red. preferr kXTER BAXTER, Diane M. Tautfest. Survived by husband, Dallas. Parents, Mr. & Mrs. Howard Tautfest. Brothers, John, Gary, Allan. Sister, Claudia, all of Scottsdale. Grandfather, Rev. Elmer Johnson, Billings, Oklahoma. Grandmother, Mrs. May Tautfest, Kamiah, Idaho. Services Saturday 2 p.m. Messinger Mortuary Chapel, Scottsdale. Burial East Resthaven. Friends may call at mortuary un- tll service time. BELOTE, John vernon, 6329 N. lotn St. Husband of Lola E. Graveside services 8:30 a.m. today in St. Francis Cemetery. Whitney * Murphy. BENSON, John S. Services conducted by Elder Louis Longstreet, 10 a.m. today In Mesa IDS 12th Ward Chapel, 4554 N. Crlsmon Rd. Interment Mountain View Cemetery. Meldrum Mortuary, S2 N. Macdonald St., Mesa. _ • R 0 W N, Merle M. Services conducted by Rev. J. Paul Downey . . 10:00 a.m. Monday In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore * Sons, Interment Double Butte. Friends may call Sunday. GARDEN, C. M. 6722 N. 10th Ave. Survived by wife Mary, son James M., both of Phoenix, sister Miss Dorothy Garden, Cave City, Ky., also one grandchild. H am Saturday ; First United Methodist Church, 5510 N. Central with Dr. Richard W. Cain officiating. Friends may all 6 to 9 p.m. today Grimihew's ietheny Chisel, of material remembrances donations may be made to the C. M. Carden Memorial Fund, 5510 North Central. CARTER, Jack D. Services Saturday 10 a.m. Messinier Mortuary Chapel, Scottsdale. Interment _Green_Acr?s. CASTRO, Ro^eTn=rederickT3407~r. Pierce. Husband of Jessie; father of Robert Jr. & Ronald; son of Mrs. Anna Ochoa; brother of Ross, Mrs. Henry Arvizu, Mrs. Wayne Simpson & Mrs. Tommy Duenas. Rosary 7:30 p.m. Sunday in St. Mark's Church. Mass of Requiem 9 a.m. Monday in St. Mark's Church. Interment St. Francis. Friends may call at Whitney ft Murphy from 12 noon-* . p.m. Sunday. CHAVEZ, Jacquelyn. Graveside service 10 a.rtv Monday. St. Francis Cemetery. Mortensen Klnis Funeral Center. CLARK, Julia. Services conducted by Rev. W. Ralph Lufkln & Rev. J. Duglas Gaston 10:00 a.m. today in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore i Sons. Interment Greenwood. A memorial to Memorial Fund of Westminster Prestvberlan Church is preferred. . COLBERT, Donald D. ducted by Pastor Services con- Harold P. SMS* r£oo^" fc ' ^"Tcorn: Memory Chapel .. _ t - _...„ ,»turday "In Memory Chapel, A. L. Meore i Sons. Interment Greenwood. .-Prlends may'al! today. *9?'«i Ma £ y ,i p -^ Dtu *, httr °* #••»• Mettle Bell, Ala. Sister of Bud, Gasfon Coleman, Hubert Wright, Ala., Howard, Charley Coleman, Calif., Annie Thompson, Lottie T Ilie; aunt ,of JJIner Thompson, Lucille Clark, Phx. Service: ' " a.m. Chapel/ Webber V Sen}'M,r- tuary. IntermenT Greenwood. Vis- Itatlon Frl. p.m. tai CROI IOK, Eleanor ; ..__„, Eeanor ff. Survived By husband, Hershel; daughter, Ellen Margaret j Crook, Mesa; sister, V\rs. Gladys Cluck, Ft. Lauder' (ale, Fla Services 2 P.m. Satur- the new nmnmriai oaraens. f-renos may call this afternoon and eve. nJra ESQUIVEL, Augustine M. Survived bv one sister, Mrs. Eduardo Salazar of Avondale. 2 nieces and 2 nephews.^Re.cltatlon.^fJ.fie. rssarj ile'i "p'.'m . 'SundayT"M'orfensen I. .Requiem, mass 9 He osa Rin te Hea Francis Monday ., Interment Mortensen . . FORSYTHi, FraFikl Harvard. Sister o | n i t a Lo ^ s -'- Lloy.d>er!dergr8:fY,"Wi: Braff', lantf'offlcTOlM.Tnl.r5af 8WJK: wood. Hdnry T. Forman, Director. OLLAND, Joseph N. Beloved hus- Pana of Marfe of Mesa. Beloved J- al fe r ,°,' Ja c m P s , o f San Mateo, Calif., Mrs. Sylvia Petrey also of fan Mateo, Mrs. Betty Anderson. Scolts., Ariz., and Judith of San r rone i sco/ Cdllf. B$lov0d brother of Wllburn of Case Grande. Ariz., Charles of Gl more, Texas, and Mrs. Ruby jivoodln of Gl mere, Texas, and Mrs. Verle Bledspe of Gilmere, Texas. Services WIIT be conducted at J2 p7m. V Saturday a? the Desert View Chapel, M. L. Gibbons Mortuary. 9702 E. Apach TralT Bishop WlUjirn G-.C/oy, 2 L;D.S. Ward plflclatlng. Inter men at the Mounfain view M»mt>r a P.a^ens. Friends may cell at the HJ' ? Pif.' jar"' I—rowraf iLdftlOM. Tflpy.,, StrvleM * tm Saturday In the Sunnyslope Chape! of Nansen Mertuiry. Rev. j. ooughias Gaston efftciatlm. private interiTient, HAYtt AYii, Hoyt Geerae. Services and Interment at Toccoa, Ga. Meldrum Mortoary. 52 N. Macdonald St., _Mesa. KENNERLY, Margaret C. 3215 W. Northvlew. Survived bv sons, Donald, Indianapolis, Ind.. Robert, Yuma; daughters Mrs. Andrew Dettwy, Phoenix, Mrs. C, W. "• • ' Prescotf; 1 sister out of grandchildren, 2 great state; firandi — fi f i..P'tt-.J 0<J »y .R«»thaven Pa... Brazlll-Whltney Mortuary, Glen children. Graveside services today ftesrhaven Park. R> dale. Charles" R."whitneV, birec- R6LR6SKI, RufFM. Rosary,3 p.m. Saturday Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 w. Bethany Home Rd. Requiem Mass 9:30 .a.m. Monday Fram r-.aj a.r HI. i-rancis Xavter Church, Friends may call P.JTI. today. MARTINEZ, Lorenzo (Marroi. sary i P.m. Ihls evanlno, Onl.-.. sal Memorial Center; funeral biesslns 9 a.m. Saturday, (mmac* wiate Meart Church. Burial St. MecORVEY, Simmons. Services 11 a.m. Monday. Universal Memorial Center. Burial Tempe Cemetery. M? '? S ' L W «no« TO ^Wft '.Yeungtown. rge. Survived ^bv wlf« luBhter, Mre. Rose Marons, Thomas and John, —dale, son George, An alt of Scottsdale, son George, Anchorage, Alaska; parent* .Mr. & Mrs. Herman Mies and brothers Owen and Herman,. Jr., alt Toledo, Ohio. Mrs. Frances R bltt, . .Oregpn. Qfjlo. and j .,,., Oregon, unio. <-.,- iramdddauSifer. $»rylcts,. 2 !at one iaturdav Green . lal Ga to f ervices.. t. p.m. icres Mortuary, it Green Acres Visitation 2 to S ir wiOTII r^wi v* ITIVI iuai it lie. Inlerment Green Acres —• lardens. Vlsl—— " "- p,m, feday. MOMttV;" J?;""thomas Wlill Services » a.m. today In the Art- sona Funeral Home Chapel. Rev. Canon Raymond P. Dugan officiating. Private, cremation a.--., wood Memorial. Henry T. For, Director., t. George's Orthodox Church, E. Indian School Rd. Ar- ments by Ortmshaw't Bathe• 710 W. Bethany Home ., Gwrge. .servlces j 1 fxm. ro- 4502 S l. A . irffli? Rd. ORRIS, Leslie oris. Services urday 10 a.m. M.L. OWjens tuary Garden Chapel 33 N. rine, Mesa. Rev. , Sat- Mor- Sir- George P. , . . Psaute, Mesa Church of the Nazarene officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Garden. Friends may call 4-9 p.m. today. MORTON, ciara Amelia. "W'eldohV Mother of "Grace "Estelle Seaman, Phoenix, grandmother of George R. Seaman, Phoenix, KimPton Seamen, ..Seattle, Wash, Paul G. Seaman, New York City. Passed away Thursday. 4-great-grandchildren also survive. Services 3:00 p.m. . Monday In S hapel of Memories, A.L. Moore Sons. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call after noon Sunday.. RICHAK, Joseph John. Services tc- dav 10 a.m. M.L. Gibbons Mortuary Garden Chapel, 33 North Sir- rlne, Mesa. Rev. W. James Henderson, Presbyterian Church of the Master & Mesa Oriental Lodge No. 20 F&AM officiating. Entombment Memory Lawn Mausoleum, Phoenix. Femlly suggests memorials to Shrlners Crfppled Childrens Hospital and Burns Hospital In lieu of other material re> rriembrances. PETERSON, Walter S. Survived by nephew Howard E. Sanger, Phoenix. Services 11 a.m. Saturday in the Sunnyslope Chapel of Hansen Mortuary. Pastor Richard Herrig, officiating. Private . cremation. _Frlends may call 6-9 p.m. today. SANDERS, Callie 0. Services conducted bv Elder A.P. Sanders 11:30 a.m. today In Memory Chapel, A.L. Moore A Sons, interment Memory Lawn. SARRELS, Lor, L. 340 E. McDowell Rd. Husband of Delores I. Sarrels. Brother of Walton H. Sarrels, Mexico City, Mexico. Passed away Thursday. Services conducted by Chaplain Joseph A. Stalzer 9:00 a.m. Saturday in Chapel of Memories, A.L. Moore A Sons. Mili- -taj>LfiPI!P r s_at_Greenwpod.^ SHEAHART, Janece. Universal Memorial Center. SIMS, Albert K. son of Mrs. Ella Sims, Chandler. Brother of Osweld, Euqene, Marden, Joseph, Dale, George, Phillip and Mrs Yeteve Pace. Passed away Thursday. Services pend ng at Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N. Macdonald St., JSjITH,' Claire. Survived by sisters Mrs. W. F. Shelton, Phoenix & Mrs. Lora Glless, Oakland, Calif.; niece Mrs. Gail (Marian) Home, Phoenix: nephew Frank Shelton, Menlo Park, Calif. Services & interment will be In Kennett, Mo. Arrangements by Mercer Mortu- STKJNGfcK, Joe F. Services 10 a.m. Saturday Lundberg's S u n I a n d Chapel. Interment Sunland Memorial Park. Visitation 4-8 p.m. to- Chapel Youn e to'*n C °"" n Do0r TRAINUM, Albert, 1325 N. 17th Ave. Graveside services 3 p.m. today Greenwood Memorial Park, with the Rev. Eugene A. Beyer offl- elating. .Arrangements by Grim- Shaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. fREVINO, Gerardo. Mass 1 . a.m. today, Blessed Sacrament Catholic' Church. Burial Glendale Memorial _Park. Universal Memorial Center. TREVJZO, Ramon. Rosary 8 p.m. Sunday, Chapel of the Roses, Larry J. Melcher Mortsary; Requiem Mass 10 a.m. Monday, Christ the King Church. Burial Mesa Ceme- fUCKtu, ceva L. Survived by husband, Sam; son, Richard; daughter, Mrs. Ceva Ann Clrula; mother, Mrs. Nellie Layton; brother, Frank D. Layton; 2 grandchildren. Friends may call after 5p.m. today, Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Services 10 a.m. Saturday, Christ Church of the Ascension. Entombment Greenwood Mausoleum. Ralph L. Sage, Director. Family prefers contributes to Ar- tirJtLcJFpyndatipn VANCIL, Emma. 312 W. Lynwood. Dr. L. Doward McBain 3:30 p.m. Wednesday In Memory Chapel, A. . . Greenwood. Friends may call aft. er 3:00 p.m. Tuesday. ^AVROVSHOyA, Agnes. Arrange rnents pending Messinter Mortu- WE?T •s pending —., Scottsdale. JEST, Patricia Ann, 6207 W. Rose Lane. Survived by .mother, Mrs. Lillian West, Glendale; brother, C. Richard West, Schenectedy, N.Y. Services 10 a.m. Saturday, Lundbert Chapel of The Chimes. Interment Resthaven. Friends may call WISHART, Dorothy, 2114 E. Desert Lane. Arrangements pending, Grimshaw's Bloom Chapel, 3800 S. , central. ^^^ _ •_ 7—Funeral Directors ' FORMAN'S ARIZ. FUNERAL HOME Vi N. 3rd Ave. AL 3-2332 MERCER MORTUARY _ TEMPE MORTUARY 405 E. Southern, Tempe 967-1A43 A. L. MOORE & SONS SERVICES TODAY CLARK, Julie SANDERS, Callie ADKINS, Julie 10:00 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 2:00 p.m. ADAMS AT FOURTH AVENUE SUNSET CHAPEL 301 W. CAMELBACK 277-2603 10-Florlstt DONOFRIO FLORAL CO. finest FlovKars Since 1*05. Memorlam IN LOVING MEMORY sxwmfi* CLAUD PHILLIPS Grlmshiw Mortuarle* 19—Ctmtttry Left > lirvlcy »a.-2J^-B* * r* • T\ mw t ~£*f «i** ••»• •*»i'7» w»i re me UlJ) tSr-USO or write Mrs. aid Moore, Rt 1, Box \ De-Von ille Home, Paw Paw, Michigan 25-Lo«» ffi^oSSBraHiai! fornla tags with Ah Foe. Reward. LOST green fishing box on Indian School between 20th Street and 43rd Avenue. Reward. 956-5037, CALICO kitten, mostly' whlter~"j months old. Vicinity La JoMa Drive pd-.Rural Road, Tempe. Reward. 57-5 irk chocolate, brown? tt-Uif ALE Toy Poodle, white, "sfiawv, ^Y?TOT Rosary. Vicinity ST. flary's. Marcella Mahlman on back Of cross. Reward. 274-3024. §RlE£CA§E lost Tuesday, 4th Ave"- nue & Monroe, contains music. Generous reward. 956-5931. HORSfe, vicinity—56th Street-Oak. Reward. Please call 959-6309. WrifTE Poc'eTle, vicinity 32n3 S t r e e t -E a s t Thomas. Reward. V56' 0 3o2.__ BEAGTE, youna. male. 7th STr sjafflf" 8 "- R ' w8rd - u it.JWaller7~e Wftr, red .1964 TKSSb Last legal tea J>66 Hi East Almeria. 253-9389. FRENCH Poodle female, sllver-graV, miniature, 12" high Lost 24th Street/ .»-: WATCH, green dial, unusual band. Lost at Upton's Candles, Park central. Reward. W«i4 or bu-uu. . ELESC lMSMt eward. SCOPE . black, case. CaSe day. Boy's valuablt TWO basse] hounds, vicinity S»th Please call 28— Found MALE«sealpo!nt stsmMt wlth ^ mix Terrier, pregnant. East . BEAGLE Type aog, temale. Appro 30— Special Notices ROTECT your Income, tall Bob; 1660.. 33— Auctions— WARE'S AUCTION SCOTTSPALfc ALLIED AUCTION . "BOOTS" A-l AUCTION 2949 West McDgwpjT _ 278-706* AUCTION EVERY WED. 4001 NORTH 7TH ST. JOHN BR A iu SONS,' INC. AUCTIONEERS _ 264-3204 AAA AUCTION EVERY FRIDAY 7 P.M. .r Owners. Newcomers, Out of Town buyers a, all others! 7 complete houseful* of som« 2 f .t h £j T ost i. beautifu l model & used furniture to be found Sf .^ y,9 * lo "• Beautiful «? Mediterranean bedroom set (trlcle dresser, big framed mfrror, bia i deluxe * mattress, original colt $1240). Beautiful Maple bedroom set (triple dresser, big deluxe frarned mirror, chest on chest head board, box springs 8, mattress, big Maple framed dressing mirror °n stand, original cost $1033). Bia 3 piece deluxe loose cushion couch & chair with matching loveseat. (all ouilted). Big Pecan antique Avocado Green King size bedroom set (triple dresser, framed mirror, chest, kino size headboard box spirnss {•mattress). Big 4 PC sectional (Avocado green) Big nagauhyde couch & chafr with matching recllner. Early American Channel back couch 8, chair. Early American rockers, Early American Scotch guarded couch 8, chair. Beautiful big Spanish couch & chair with matching reclmer. 30 new 8. used liv sets. Some of the most beautiful My rm sets you have ever found at Auction. Lots and lots of other good bedroom sets for an example here is a listing of one of the housefuls: Eye level coppertone elec. range, big dbl door coppertone refrigerator, beautiful table and 6 hl-back chairs. Maple bedroom set (triple dresser, framed mirror, big deluxe 7 drawer chest, lieadboard, box springs 8. mattress). Two Maple step tables, Boston Maple Rocker, big channel back nagauhyde Early American couch & chair. Maple book case. This Is iust a Partial listino of one of the hoosefuls. Other furniture Includes 2 RCA 19" Portable color TV's, chests, dressers, dinette sets, odd beds, good occ. chairs, desks, youth bed. TV's (all makes 4 models), lamps of all kinds, 3 PC cocktail 8. steo table sets. Box springs & Mattresses, (all sizes). Hundreds of fine pieces of furniture too numerous to mention. 35 clean refrigerators, gas & electric ranges, auto. washers. Maytag dryer, chest type freezer and upright freezer. The yard is loaded with power mowers, bicycles, rugs, 75 gal of paint, big metal toolbox on casters, box after box of miscellaneous. No waiting at this Auction we move on. There will be 2 auctioneers working, one selling better furniture & one selling medium furniture. Open all day Thursday & Friday for Inspection. We advertise what we have & sell what we advertise. A 5102 N. 27TH AVENUE Across from Rudolph Chev CR 7-3812 Auctioneers: GUS a, BOOTS BLANTON UNCLAIMED STORAGE AUCTION STORAGE CO. 1310 N. 22nd Ave. Complete sale of used furniture & appliances, sealed boxes, etc. to be u sold at public auction. piece by piece to satisfy unpaid storage bills. Sale conducted by: WARE'S AUCTION PHOENIX AUCTION CENTER™ Auction Thurs. 7 P.M. 2633 E. Indian Sch. Rd 274-8241 BIG AUCTION FRIDAY NITE 7 P.M. GOOD & MEDIUM GRADE FURNITURE & MISC. WARE'S AUCTION 4025 N. 38th Ave. 278-048* Phoenix Homes For Sale Classes IN HirouM 171 tOO—Phx. Hornet All Areas rSV,K NY n & ,VS p ro« Two «,Tg& n . ouses Citrus, palm trees. $14,950, terms. Bartholomew Realty, 943-9348, 2 BDRM FAM7RM $10,300 ' Lje porcn, carport chain Ik fenet 358-8051 Johnson a. Johnson 939-247* NICE ROOM FOR GRANDMA «a"ciB^j^rv. p A« MOSIER REALTY 3600 N. 19th Ave. 844-3403 MINI HOUSE s. tves, 279-1 934-5244 3517 West_Bethjny H_ofne..jRpl_ . 1^. •NEAR IJJTH sf & Sobsevfcr Refrlg'd 3-Bdrm, dining rm, gas log, fireplace, huge game rm, sprinkler system. Great possibilities t pn • corner lot, $15,000. BR REALTY 278-2355 Nice I-bedroom trailer. + guest cot- iaoe. Targe 75x135' to", block fenced,, a^pstios, desert lartdscsplng. Convenient to Most Holy Trinity & shopping. Only $15 month, $11,000 fl^i COCKR "- U af3f^ T ?ih street CHOICE^ 3 bedroom. 2 bath, plus studio. .Panelio family room, Ire- Place, dishwasher, dl«pM«l. W-3655. 100—Ph*. Homes All Areas ""TROVER PAYMENTS" _. LOW DOWN-NO QUALIFYIN Good selection ef 2. 3 .&, 4 bdi >lT areas. Pride Realty, tt4-6SK. s 'rml, 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS $117 MONTHLY CANDLELIGHT HOMES fend St. at Thunderblrd Rd. W2-1W3 W. Indla'Vcp Rd L «'«2nd Dr. 937-1627 NEW REFRIGERATED 2 BR-$12,990 MMiv^^ill NOTICE! ANY GOOD HOME BUYS .VAILABLE. ALL LO.. FHA WITH LOW _ 4 WILL CONSIDER PAINT AS PART DOWN ON SOME WITH LEASE OPTIONS. 2 BDRMS-$70 UP 3 BDRMS—$80 UP AGENT 276-1174 Eves 937-0376 344 W. LYNWOOD OPEN 1-5:30 WHY??? hasn't It sold. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, cheerful modern kitchen, paneled family room, newly draped and carpeted, refrigerated. In Central Hl-St. Francis, below FHA appraisal at $19,500. Call Lester Nunn for more information. Eves 253-8044. M. LESLIE HANSEN REALTY 264-2284 1213 E. GLENDALE REALTOR DOR-ED DANDY" FUN IN THE SUN Summer Is lust around the corner & here is a home that will allow you to enloy the best of It. start with the home itself, refrigerated,, with 3 large bedrooms, & 1% baths. One of them accessible to the back yard & pool without going thru the house. An ideal setup for the swimmers. Attractive w/w carpeting & drapes I/O including the family room. That smartly decorated covered Patio makes a good retreat from the sun's rays. Come see this fun packed home for $26,900. DOR-ED REALTY 7201 N. 7th Street, TONY RIMSZA'S BEST HOME BUYS BEST CHRIS-TOWN BUY You must see. this attractive 3 Br home — it has a beautiful family room with wood burning fireplace, deluxe kitchen with built-in oven, range, disposal & loads of cabinets. 2 baths with vanities. W-w carpets & drapes. Central refrigeration, large covered patio, 2 car garage, professionally landscaped Vi acre pie-shaped lot. Completely enclosed with a block wall fence. Here's the best news yet — it can be yours for only $22,500. BEST SUNNYSLOPE BUY Come on out and see this nice 3 BR., 2 bath home. It has a large kitchen with built-in oven, range, and loads of cabinets. W-w carpets & drapes. The yard has mature citrus trees. It's priced to sell immediately at only 514,900 with good terms. Tony RIMSZA Realty 6517 N. 7TH STREET 264-1881 . _ Evenings 277-5656 _ P.W. WOMACK « W NOW OPEN 2 NEW UNITS $20,100 To $24,600 INCLUDES — refrigeration, covered patio. Carpeting in Livinq Room, Bedrooms & Halls, Dishwasher, built in Range & Oven, Garbage Disposal, Double Garage or Carport. 8 Models, 25 Elevations, 3 and 4 Bedrooms, Ranch and Spanish architecture. MELOSE PARADISE 2nd Street—Cholla Street, Phoenix MELROSE e GARDE $ NS a NW e Mon-Frl 10-8; Sat. 10-6; Sun. 11-8 $16,100 --N.W. Lovely 3 bdrm. home (n nice neighborhood. l 3 /i baths, cptd & drpd T/0, extra Ige rms & lovely landscaping. $19,500 Chris-Town 3 BR, 1'A ba., lovely family . room w/fireplace, excel, neighborhood. $26,900 -N.E. Lovely, lovely older home In close In prestige area. 3 BR, 13/4 baths, formal dining rm, LR w/FP, sop. maid's qrtrs & 2-car garage. 4-T Carrier refrigeration. Loads of closet space. Bath has bulltln vanity. Lovely landscaping. Everything immaculate and In too condition. Priced under appraisal. WE WELCOME TRADES CREST REALTY & INV. 07 6 EVERYONE LOVES "The Meadows" omes. Over 3000 sa. ft. In his lovely home, with a S\V HUMID, Wllll B paneled den PLUS extra large family room with wet bar and fireplace — easily convertible to guest quarters. A diving pool enclosed by wrought Iron ..fence. Thr,_ full baths. Walk to Madison Meadows , School Mid n 40's. Eves. Chris Brown, 265-2918. RUSSLYON REALTY CO 279-MOl 5133 N. CENTRAL AVE. STTflMtH Wh street home, 2 lots. Convenient. $10,000. Terms $47 P.I.T.I, Agent, J53-7255. _ _____ MAKE ojfer on. nice twobedroom to fesMt Wry Ha " Reat Es ' MODEL SHARP custom 3 or,.4 . Tastefully quality wall& draperies. 2" "batfis,' spacious cove. __ 'atlo, xlnt DlVlrJo POOL. 'Tenty of storage. Ideal lorth Central location. Up- er 20s. •Easily financed. DON HEIPLE & ASSOC. 4821 N. Central 264-7181 3 BEDROOM-REF 100— Phi, Homes AUfeai RED BRICK ESTATE ONLY $13,250 Beautiful H A R DWOOD ;-------- —.. — v »~ floors throughout roomy 2.8r w7bi9 separate dinins room & GAR. Please don't epmeunless you want to buy cause It will ruin you for anything §111 M^'lUSHlr* 11 - fyroi?t 'Eves. 258-0522. RN, 31. iLoonct ..-..VACANT PRECONDITIONED FHA 8, VA Homes for sale. For o WIDOW MUST SELL!! 3 B/R, Laroe Fenced Yard. Closa To Freeway. No Down to Vets. Pay PARADISE FOR TWO SAPPHIRE BLUE POOL Custombullt. spacious 2 BR + den. Just perfect for some very particular couple. Picture window reflections from the living room Invite you to the, cool shimmering pool. Corner plot for privacy £ auto sor nklers for easy care. Close to golfing. course. park & huge Park Central shopping center. In the heart of Phoenix — Please took. you'll be olad you did. Jilt $28,900 flexible terms. BARTELS REALTY 264-7074 1600 W. Camelbaek Call 24 hours JUST LISTED Brick 3 bedroom, family rm, with pool. In the Madison, Camelback HI area. Shady corner lot. A great home for your family. Only $2200 down. BRODERSEN REALTY 4516 N. 16th St. 279-2355 _ Member Multiple Listing Service OPEN DAILY~rtl 3442 E. CAMPBELL 4521 N. 35TH ST. Exciting new homes ready to mova Into One 3 Bdrm, one 4 Bdrm, total electric, sunken living rms, family eauu hr nod NATIONAL PROPERTY EXCHANGE 264-2832 WATCH YOUR MONEY GROW apartment rental m th? rear and really watch your money grow. It's ene block from the United Bank and C|n be bought with real easy LARRY CLARK REALTY 95HB6 945-0029 IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY 4 BEDROOM CUSTOM OPEN 10-6 terprlses. Large i KS£V,,J 6V . elvr > ?, old , 3*V° carpet throughout Patio kitchen, filter- 809 E. ROYAL PALM' FARRIS & ASSOCIATES 7118 N. 7th SI. 944-9671 TALL PECAN TREES We have lust listed an extreme- h% f » m £o2, BR ,5 f am - rm -t c " sto m built home. Refng. cooling Corner lot. Tremendous cov. patio. P . r '«d at $29,500, located near ED PIERCE REALTY 5252 N. Central 2&4-7059 ~ . HOW ABOUT $12,850? i 4 ^? Jsf?." 01 !' 2,,? drm - > r iex home. 2S4-M73 WALK TO PHOENIX COUNTRY DAY SCHOOL! syweay saeoofn panoramic Mt. view. Main house has 3 bdrms, 2 baths, front LR, rear fam. rm. push-button kitchen, double fireplace. Guest room and bath separated by breezeway. Ghora eous yard with kidney shaped POOL, expensive land- tP $49 ' 500 for CLEMENTS REALTY 5029 N. 7th Ave. 279-2337 call 24 hours dally FOUR SMOG FREE Located far North, convenient t» Sperrv or GE this neat well kept 4 BR, 1% bath home In the for the DANA NICHOLS REALTY 1100 E. Missouri 277-1471 FHA PROPERTIES REPAIRED 021-04S8W, 618 W. Ellis Street Lot In', M r y e r m °3-l I'' 9 *' 5 $ "' 7 " *» REPAIRS INCOMPLETE 021-089330, 1753 E. Pecan Road Lo. 302-01429. 1749 E. Pecan Road Lot e ' $97SO< ™ 021-089330, 1753 E. Pcan Road Lot dn!'3d ^yrs! 1 ^! ge $9750 ' $ '°° 021-040918, 2108 E. Alta Vlst Rd. Lot ' NOTICE OFFERS RECEIVED FOR HOUSING COUNSELING SERVICE CALL 261-4423 FOR SALE INFORMATION CALL 261-4431 FEDERAL HOUSING ADM 244 WEST OSBORN 4 BR, 3 BA, DIVING POOL Grade Sch. Owner's

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