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Page Six (Section Two? " T * * ' .4 Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Wednesday- Morning, February 19, 1941' Weather Reports XRE MOON'S PHASES FHOEMX WEA.THERMETER Feb. 25 lUr. « Uu. 13 lUr.19 I New FlntQ I Fun LMtQ It's Great To live In Arizona: FEBRUARY 18, 19*1 ARIZONA WEATHER Considerable cloud- IntM today and to- 5 morrow with show- " •TB 4>\-er hlcher *1- ^ evatloni of cast J portion today. >ot 5 much chance In p temperature. l! 4 Per l-er Copy Copy One rlton* Da>C Sunday Mo. nth napen «.» public S.05 S.IO .ttHa .05 ut of Per Copy One ArUona Dally Mo. 3 s Abilene Albuquerque Amarillo ASH FORK Billings Boston Buffalo Cheyenne Chicaeo Cincinnati Cleveland Corpus Christ! Denver Detroit Dodge City DOUGLAS DuJuth FIAGSTAFF Tort Worth Fresno Pt ddy .00 Cldy .00 Ft Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Pt Cldy .00 Clear .00 Snow 43 Cldy 9 Clear Clear Cldy Cldy Cldy Clear Rain Havre Huron Indianapolis Kansas City Knoxville Los Aheeles Memphis Miami Milwaukee MDls.-St. Paul Mobile Needles New Orleans New York Oklahoma City Omaha PHOENIX Pittsburch Portland. Ore. PRESCOTT Pueblo Reno Roswcll St. Louie Salt Lake City. San Diero San Francisco Santa Fe Savannah Seattle Sheridan Shreverwrt SDOkane Tonooah TCCSON Wasrdneton U'innemucca \vmnipec WfNSLOW TTJMA 50 72 33 60 33 61 X 54 22 33 21 31 19 21 22 0 15 24 10 15 60 72 28 46 9 19 34 4S 38 65 —20 —5 41 67 Cldy 2» 49 CldS 50 5U 50 66 66 48 26 0 IS 32 47 68 50 74 5 56 29 25 —6 S 26 29 52 33 56 43 65 52 69 48 64 25 30 42 14 49 26 . 35 58 33 69 22 29 32 46 56 67 50 65 30 44 31 17 50 25 50 32 48 45 74 21 32 28 48 —30 —7 32 "58 55 14 .05 .01 .00 .00 .03 .01 .00 .00 T. Pt Cldy .00 Clear .00 .00 .00 Cldv .07 Pt Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Clear .00 Clear .00 Cldy .00 Clear .00 Pt Cldy .00 Cldv .00 Pt Cldy .00 Clear .00 Clear Clear Cldy Clear Clear Cldy Cldy 68 Cldy if £ ' ear 58 same day. on Sundays In Republic only. Ads received before 8 p. m. will be roperly classified. After 8 p. m., will ppcar under "Too Late To Classify" on olio wine morning and thereafter under roper classification. These newspapers are ol responsible for more than one Incorrect nsertlon of any advertisement. Per Word Per Insertion No discount fur time or space; cash with rder, minimum charee 25c. Contract rates n application. ADVERTISING INDEX 49 17 .00 .00 .00 .00 .00 .02 .00 .00 .00 55 59 60 40 71 Pt Cldy .00 Pt Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Clear .00 Cldy .00 Clear .00 Clear .00 Pt Cldy .00 Cldy .00 Clear .00 Pt Cldy .00 Clear .00 Clear .00 Hain .14 Clear .00 Cldy .00 Clear .00 LOCAL WEATHER Phocnll Airport :30 a.m. Temp., dry bulb. 47 Temp., wet bulb. 46 Humidity, per cent. 96 Wind from SNE Wind, miles per hour, 6 Rainfall „,«? 56 57 SE 55 63 SE __ 6 Calm 00 00 Cldy Cldy 6S 65 49 29 tame date for 46 years Lowest same date for 46 years Total rainfall (24 hours ending 5:30 p.m. ' Excess m temp. . Excess in temp, since Feb. 1 Accum. excess in temp, since Jan. 1 Total precip. this month Normal prerip. Jan. 1 to date Actual precip. Jan. 1 to date Excess since Jan. 1 Today: IBth. Sun rises 7:0i a.m.: sun sets 6:17 p.r». Moon rises 1:47 a.m.; 00 2 deg. SI deg. 196 deg. .96 in. 1.32 in. 2.02 in. .70 in. ARI5 BIJO 2—DEATHS AND FUNERALS Even MormiiK and Sunday KMahllnhrd INTO Every Weekday Evening Eitabliihed 1890 ARIZONA PUBLISHING COSlPASi 12 N. Central Ave. Mall Andrei* p. O. Km 1950. rl.uenlx. ArlMoa UBSCRIPT1ON RATES IN ADVANCE $-10 .!« <-25 1.00 t.oo .75 Three Mos. $6.25 3.50 8.75 Three Six Mo>. Mot. $4.75 S9.00 2.71 5.23 2.00 3.75 Six One COLLINS, Frederick Van Halan —The body will be taken to Los Angeles this morning by his wife, Mrs. F. V. H. Collins, and daughter, Mrs. Peter A. Prince. Arrangements by J. T. Whitney Funeral 3ome. ' DYKES, George Norman, husband of Emma Dykes and father of Lula Mae and Norma, brother of Frank, Leonard and John Dykes, passed away at a local hospital. services will be held at 2 p. m. Thursday from the Meldrum Mortuary Chapel. Interment in Mesa Cemetery. 6.15 8.25 10.00 LOCAL CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES An Insertion consists ol one publication weekdays In Republic and Gazette or FLOYD, - Ada Laura—Services conducted by the Rev. C. Vaughan Rock, will be 10 a. m. Thursday, from the Memory Chapel of A. L.. Moore and Sons. Interment in Double Butte Cemetery 39 Apts. for Kent 17 Mhrl'i Wanted Auctions D Mouey Wanted Autos for Sale 31 Money to Loan Autos Wanted 30 Meeting r>otlcei Business Chancel 66 Monuments Card of Thankt 3 Nursery Stock . City Property Obituaries tor Sale 10 Pasture!, for Real 28 Country Property Personal* B » tor Sale 11 Pet Slock and Deaths and Supplies Funeral Notice* 2 Beal Estate Educational 82 for Sale or EECS. Poultry txrhange « and Supplies <0 Iteal Estate Flowers » Wanted " Found 8 Room and Board 11 Frui's 4 Produce »1 Salesmen Wanted Furnished Houses Mate * Female «7 for Rent 16 Situations Wanted Furnished Rooms Male «» for Rent 18 Situations Wanted He.ln Wanted Female *« Male «» Special Notices 63 Help Wanted Stores and Office. Female 80 for Rent 26 Heln Wanted Suburban Property Male * Female 51 for Sale Housekeeping Rms. Summer Homes for Kent IDA Land for Rent Uvestork and Supplies Lost Machinery and Equipment for Sale MlscPs for Rent Mlscl's for Sale Mlscl's for Sale or Exchange 20 for Rent 22 25 Trailers (or Sale 33 Transportation 38 Frelcht 60 7 Transportation- Licensed 81 Transportation 34 Miscellaneous 62 27 Trucks for Sale 32 35 Cntur. Houses . for Rent • 15 36 Wanted to Rent 11 PHONE your ads—3-1 111 Sonthsldo Office. Me»a. Phone 341 Northslde Office. Glendale. Phone 428 Miami Office. Phone 382 • 2—DEATHS AND FUNERALS James Preston- be 10 a. m. this HENSLEY, Services will _. _. morning from the Memory Chapel of A. L. Moore and Sons. Cremation in Greenwood. MATNEY—Evelyn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Matney, Avondale, died in a local hospital Monday night Services unscheduled. Hausner Mortuary. STITELER, Mrs. Katherine Third avenue and Southgate, beloved wife of Clifford E. Stiteler, passed away in a local hospital Tuesday. Funeral announcement later by A. H. McLellan Mortuary. Too Late To Classify By Baer Half Duplex. 1412 E. Bellevlew. $30 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 jeople. . DESERT cottages. 9-2122 TWO bedroom duplex, nicely furnished. Choice, N. W. location. „. AMcCLAIN REALTY 117 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-5666 "Don't worry about him officer! He's merely admiring the reflection of the sporty used car he bought through the Republic and Gazette classified ads." ' TURNER, John R., husband of Betty and father of Richard Barry Turner, passed away at a local hospital yesterday. Announcements later by J. T. Whitney Funeral Home. 2 bedrm. brick small house rear, good home or income, $2600. Very EZ terms. Rubens with J. M. Kellogg. 4-2156. VECKYS, John, 710 South First street, passed away Sunday. Funeral announcements later by A. H. McLellan Mortuary. 5—FLOWERS Phoenix Floral Flowers 30 N. Central Ph. 3-6341 KEEN'S FLOWERS 838 N. Central. Ph. 4-3197 or4-31i)8 McELHANEY'S Flowers 44 N. Central Ave. Phone 4-1159 FLOWERS ARTISTIC FLORAL DESIGNS World-Wide Telegraphic Service DONOFRIO FLORAL 136 N. Central Ave. Phone 3-2139 6—MONUMENTS JOHN H. QUAING Opp. Greenwood Cemetery. 3UHU8. 7—LOST BRYANT, Mrs. Ina L.—Services 3 at 2 o'clock today in the Arizona Funeral Home Chapel, the Rev. C. Arlin Heydon officiating. Interment in Double Butte. Henry T. 'orman director. PURSE, black leather, Saturday at Grand Cafe. Reward. Phone i-5923. 10— CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE Owner Transferred Will sell beautiful Home, three bedrooms, 2 baths. Double garage. Back yard fenced. Northwest. Must be spen to be appreciated. ANGLE REALTY CO. 39 N. 1st Ave. Ph. 3-2171 FINE business block 150x137, S. W. corner 4th Ave. and Adams. Reinforced concrete and brick building good repair. Basement 150x50. Suited for many kinds of business This property cost $76,000. We will sell for $37,500. Reasonable or small down payment. Balance monthly pavments; 5% interest. Harry A. Die'hl. 642 N. 2nd Ave. BEAUTIFUL ESTATE Lovely 3-bedrcom. 1% baths. Tile roof. Construction is the very best adobe. 18-inch walls, well insulated. Hardwood floors. Beam ceilings, fireplace. Big fine rooms. Marvelous location in 5 acres of 12-year old citrus. One of the Valleys finest country estates. A rare bargain at $10,000. $2.000 down. Would 10A-SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE ADULTS. Clean house apartment. Utilities paid, hot water year around. Garage. 2 blocks from street car, one block to -bus line. Reasonable. '4013.N. 6th St. TODAY'S BEST BUY 5 Acres of the finest land in the valley; plenty of all kinds of fruit. Seeded to barley and" clover, good 6-room, 3-bedrm., modern house. Only $4950. FARM & HOME Inv. CO. E. J. HEBETS, Realtor 141 W. Monroe Ph: 4-4189 ~~$200 EQUITY in F. H. A. approved lot. N. E. $50 cash, or will trade for target pistol or Springfield rifle. Box 6-F. Republic and Gazette. 10 acres in citrus belt, price of city lot, $500. Kenilworth Realty. Like rent, 2% A., mod. hse., shade. 23 W. Monroe. Frank Williams. - BEAUTIFUL new 5 rooms, all tiled kitchen and bath. Call 4-1124. 11—COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE 1941 ARIZONA license plate A-48. Fraternal Order Police emblem attached. Return San Carlos Garage. Reward. Marriage Licenses AVEXDER, Nicholas Jacob, 27, Chicago, and FAIAJCH, Joan Catherine, 26. Vulcan, Mich. DOMENICI, Narduccio, 34, Pioche, Nev., and GIFFORD, Jimmie Lou, 16, Casa Grande. BRACELET. Yellow gold, keepsake. Reward. P. O. Box 959, Phoenix. . Official in Charee, Phoenix Weather Bureau. U. S Department of Commerce. Irrigation Reports Salt River Project (Otnrmllmu Taken At 6 A. M.) ROOSEVELT RESERVOIR HeiRht of dam. linear feet -!«. Elevation of water, linear feet 1*0. Capacity of reservoir, acre feet 1.39S.5 Contents of reservoir, acre feet Soo.jl Gain in 24 hours, acre feet 5.19 HORSE MESA RESERVOIR Heieht of dam. linear feet 2B4.00 Elevation of water, linear feet Capacity of reservoir, acre feet Contents of reservoir, acre feet —,_.,„ Gain in 24 hours, acre feet 1,590 MORMON FLAT RESERVOIR Heicht of dam. linear feet 141.50 Elevation of water. linear feet 11..9n Capacity of reservoir, acre feet 57.SDJ Contents of reservoir, acre feet 3*.Ajl) Gain in 24 hours, acre feet 3b STEWART MT. RESERVOIK Helcht of dam. linear feet 119.00 'Elevation ot water, linear feet hO.O-' Capacity of reservoir, acre feet 69. ifio Contents of reservoir, acre feet 29.711 Gain in 24 hours, acre feet SI BARTLOT RESERVOIR Heicht of dam. linear feet Elevation of water, linear feet Capacity of reservoir, acre feet Contents of reservoir, acre feet 162.60S TOTAL STOREn WATER Total capacity of reservoirs, a. ft. I.953.7H3 1SS.OO Births Reported BRITE—Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brite, 2222 West Van Buren street, a son, in the Eva Harris Maternity Home, February IS. DURHAM—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Durham, Chandler, a son. in Southsirle District Hospital, Mesa. February 17. FRAZEE—Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Frazee, box 303, Chandler, a son. in Southside District Hospital, Mesa, February 17. GAIXES—Borri to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gaines, route 6, box 615, a son. in St. Joseph's Hospital, February 17. GIBBS—Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Gibbs, 385 North Second avenue, a son, in the Eva Harris Maternity Home. February IS. JORGENSEN—Born to Mr. and! Mrs. Earl M. Jorgensen. 1538 West' Willetta street, a daughter, in St Joseph's Hospital, February 17. MARSHBURN—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Marshburn, 30 West First Total stored water, acre feet Total net stored water, acre feet Total net stored water, yr. ago Net cain In 24 hours, acre feet WATER HIVERTED Couthslde use. miner's inches JtTorthslde use. miner's incnes At. Granite Reef, acre feet Water pumped, acre feet NORMAL FLOW From « n. m. Feb. 17. to 6 p. m. : 25. 1941. for use on lands In cultivatlo or before 1909. San Carlos Project SAN CARLOS RESERVOIR Cupacitv. acre-feet. Available utorace. acre-feet. Water discharce 24-hour period Reservoir caln. acre-feet. O 935.H76 S96.75S 162.6SB 5.034 35.SOO 3S.UOO 3^696 S4S.16S None 6.416 9—AUCTIONS VALLEY LIVESTOCK AUCTION WEDNESDAY 35 TOP WHITE FACED CALVES & 12 GOOD HEIFERS. Commissions sliced one half. Dairy cows $1-50 to $2 per head; all Beef & Range cows 51; Calves & yearlings 50c; Baby calves 25c; Hogs 25c; Sheep 15c; horses 51 to 52. j-rm. mod. furnished 51600, S350 Bal. EZ. Lister, 27 W. Monroe. Good Demand FOR ALL KINDS OF. CATTLE Buyers Waiting BOB WALL AUCTIONEER & MGR. Ph. 4-3248 6 Splendid Apartments Veil lurnished. net income above all expenses. 5200 mth. All on year- y leases. dble. apts., all newly finished on early leases, price 59.000. 1/3 cash. MARVIN H. YOUNG 300 T & T Bldg. Ph. 3-7914 Auction Friday 11 A. M. TALBOT'S SALESYARD "Livestock Center Of.'Jizona" 39th Ave. & Buckeye Rd. Cattle Of All Kinds A. 0. TALBOT Auctioneer Ph. 4-4467 TO— CITY PROPERTY FOR SALE BIG FINE APT. HSE. Four large beautiful apartments. All furnished exceptionally nice. Brick stucco construction. Extra choice location. Average yearly income has been and is very good. Automatic heat. Air conditioned. Duplex Extra Spec., N. E. 3 rooms, dinette & bath each side; owner non-resident will sacrifice for S1900 cash. Should net 15%. FRANKLIN D. LANE 115 W. Monroe REALTOR Ph.36905 ,__ •- C" 41. * J« XVUtUIliaLIL. llCdL. .fill ^.UllUlllUllCU. street, Mesa, a son m Southside A tremendously good buy at $16,000. District Hospital, Mesa, February Easy down balance to suit A. D. McCLAIN REALTY 117 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-5666 17. McMEXNAMY—Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. McMennamy, route 5, box 793, a daughter, in the Eva Harris Maternity Home, February IS. Lecture Series D. C. Spencer, ISO? East Bellview street, a son, in Good Samaritan Hospital. February 18. TRACY—Born to Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Tracy, 2622 North 15th street, a son, in Good Samaritan Hospital, February 18. . Production Chairman Named By Red Cross TEMPE. Feb. 18—Mrs. Andrew Wilmot has been appointed Red Cross production chairman to fill the vacancy due to the recent death of Mrs. Ella Taylor. •Mrs. Wilmot was selected by women of the staff and the list of inspectors from their group and the. appointment was confirmed by JJ.: J. Steve.rson, chairman of the local chapter .of the American Red Cross. Production work is carried on at •headquarters at the legion home from 1:30 to 5 o'clock Tuesday and Friday afternoons. •-. ROCHA—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rocha, 931 West Sherman street, a daughter, in the Stork's Nest, February 18. ROGERS—Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Rogers, Chandler, a daughter, in Southside District Hospital, Mesa, February 17. SHAHAX—Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Shahan, Gilbert, a son, in Southside District Hospital, Mesa, February 17. SCHWEIKERT—Born to Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schweikert, 1421 East r ct j T | f Thomas road, a daughter, in St Jo- fc X f* H f> (111 L& d seph's Hospital. February 18. • »-'*-««•«>****»•*'** SPENCER—Born to Mr. and Mrs. TEMPE, Feb. IS—Lectures on "Our Religious Cultures and Their Contributions to American Life" in connection with the course conducted here by the Religious Conference is open to the public. The class is held each Thursday at 11 a. m. in the Old Main buildinc on the Arizona State Teachers College campus. Rabbi A. L. Krohn of Phoenix Xvill speak on the "Contributions of Judaism" on February 20 and 27. Other lectures will be "Contributions of Catholicism" by Father de Silvia and Mrs Romeo Tata: "Contributions of Protestantism" by the Rev. Charles Kau and the Rev. Norman W. Taylor: and "Contributions of Mormonism" by Elder Sterling McMurrin. Class discussions in connection with the course will include "The Cause and Cure of Interfaith Tensions"; "The Techniques of Tolerance" and "Interfaith Co-operation In the American Community." Leaders will be Rabbi Krohn. the Rev. Mr. Taylor and Elder McMurrin. ' The Religious Conference is composed of outstanding religious leaders who organized to provide accredited courses in religious education. — o A NEW home and income $365 mo. Price no object. 509 N. 1st St. MODERN 2 bedroom, reconditioned throughout. Price reduced. Owner 1337 West Willetta. HOLC houses for sale. Ph. 3-1505. Joe Kerby for Keys. Take a Look. NORTH, 2-bedroom brick, lovely rooms,, double garage. $2950. Easy terms. Real buy. 4-3496. WIDOW'S SACRIFICE 515 W. Portland, 4 bed rooms, liv- ng room, dining room, kitchen, basement, lot 75x137 Vi. Terms or will trade for small place. Ph. 3-7793 for appointment. Divorces Asked ADAMS, Sophie sues George. DAWSON, Bertha May sues Timothy T. HEDGPETH, Lyla M. sues Eugene B. McBRIDE, Bertha sues William Otho. PETTIBONE, Helen M. sues Charles E. TELLYER, Bertha sues S. E. WAGONER, Ruby sues Robert W., jr. Divorces Granted BRAT, Robert E. from Edith. CLARK, Cecilia from Andrew M. tlATESTAD, Irene Knapp from Albert J. Mail Times Train Mall EASTBOUND: T a. m.. 2:19 p. m., S:45 D. m. WZSTBOIWD: 8:30 a. m.. S p. m. NORTHBOUND: 2:15 p. m.. 6:30 p. m.. 5:50 D. m. every day but Saturdays, Sundays. SOUTHBOUNP: 7 a. m.. S:« p. m. Air Mall EASTBOUND: 1:45 a. m., 11:40 a. m.. m., 2 p. m.. 3:10 r. m. WESTBOUND: 7:15 a. 11 n. m. NORTHBOUND: 1:30 o. m. 0 In Death Valley it often is 120 degrees in the shade day after day. Drownings decreased about 4 per cent in 1940 to approximately 6,400. Girl Guides of Glasgow, Scotland, have organized a hostel and canteen for service women passing through the city. ., • Tempeans Visit Citrus Cannery TEMPE, Feb. 18—H. C. Heard and Ed Herrington, connected with the Desert Citrus Products cannery, were guests at the Tempe Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting Monday night, and conducted the members on a tour of :he cannery following the meet- ng. Samples of the grapefruit juice that is shipped to the West coast and East were given to the visitors Thanks A. Anderson conducted a arief business session before the tour. The better business committee was authorized to select holidays that will be observed by business houses in Tempe. A motion to close the stores on Washington's birthday was defeated. The Tempe Beach committee an nounced plans to obtain trees for the Tempe Beach grounds from the state highway department. The grounds are being improved anc cleaned for the opening in the early part of April. The Tempe Chamber of Commerce will hold a joint meeting with the Scottsdale unit at the neighboring town March 17. o Fellowship f Board- Of Church To Meet TEMPE. Feb. 18—The Men's Fel lowship Club and the board of edu cation will have a joint meeting a the First Methodist Church Wednesday evening. A covered dish dinner will be served at 6:45 p. m. and a program will follow. Robert Perin. executive secretary of the Roosevelt Council of Bo; Scouts, will speak on "The Explorer Scout Program for High Schoo Boys." The program will be pre sented by Martin Mortensen, Tempe District Boy Scout commit teeman R. L. Blackburn, president of the Men's Fellowship, will preside, THRIFT students seeking the avocation of bovine cream extractor, take notice. Close in 80 acre grade A dairy farm, $125 per acre $500 down, balance $66 per month ncluding 6%. Purchaser given $50( commission credit on deal. Out oi own owner, Room 237, Hotel -uhrs. ' REALTY 17 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-5666 DUPLEX IN CAPITOL DISTRICT rooms each side. Furnished ready o occupy. One side rented. Extra arge garage. Paving paid. Price 3,500. Will take as little as $300 'HIGGINS and DELPH 9 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-4153 Arizona's Best Bargain We have it. A dairyman's drearr come true. One of the best equipped plants for wholesaling 'the essence of the Bovine' that you ever saw Handle 500 gals, daily. See WILSON or McCLURE. with N. A. LYTLE 12th Ave. at Grand 160 A. MESA DIST. 5 A. 80 A. alfalfa. Full cotton >ase. MARVIN H. YOUNG 300 T & T Bldg. Ph. 3-791' REASONABLE. Two. 3-1783. EXCELLENT food. 506 East 180 ACRES patented land, 70 Portland, acres in cultivation under irriga- ,ion. Balance pasture land. 3 sec- ATTRACTIVE room in lovel tions grazing land adjoinimj. Price h ome twin beds, furnace. Conva 514,000 cash. P. O. Box 522, Camp. escen t s considered. Phone 4-3270. Verde,~ Arizona^ REASONABLE, all conveniences Carline. 1013 N. 10th St. 3-Brm. W. Granada-$3250 Jnusually good 3-bedroom brick home on beautiful W. Granada, near 3rd Ave. Extra large living room; fine hardwood floors. Nice grounds; paving paid. A REAL jargain at S3250. Only $250 down; balance VERY. VERY easy! UPSHAW-SHREIBER -3201 Lobby, Security Bldg. 3-1351 Near New High School 2-bedroom brick home, tile drain. Inlaid linoleum. Paving paid. $2,150 with S400 cash. Ph. 3-4791. DUPLEX—2 BDRMS. EACH SIDE ^ewly furnished, new refrigeration. Leased at 585 mth. Price $6,000. Cash. _ MARVIN H. YOUNG 300 T & T Bldg. Ph. 3-7914 Open For Inspection >Jew 3 bedroom, bath & *k. ioining Encanto Golf Course. 1622 W. WILSHIRE Ad- FOR ONLY $1950 You can buy this dandy brick stucco duplex. 3 nice rooms and bath, on each side. Hardwood floors. New roof. Good location. Paving paid. Excellent income. Serious auto accident forces immediate sale. A. D. McCLAIN REALTY 117 W. Monroe Realtors Ph. 4-5666 10A—SUBURBAN PROPERTY FOR SALE $15 month. % acre, 6-room house, Small down. 4-4396. BEAUTIFUL acre home, nearly new, 2-bdrm. house, oak floors Venetian blinds, $2750, easy terms 2% acres, alfalfa, large, comfortable house. Sell cheap or trade for city. Judson with Sandige Realty 15 N. 2nd Ave Repossessed lot, FHA approved can be bought for unpaid balance of $212 at $10 per month. 3-2234 Premier Winter Hoirie. 6 bdrms. 4 baths, 2 kitchens, 2 furnaces, 2-car garage, 15 acres, lawn shrubbery, just a real place in the right spot on North Slope Camelback. Appt. only. J. M. KELLOGG Phone 4-2156. 16-FURNISHED HOUSES FOR BENT 31-AUTOMOBILES ' FOE SALE LARGE. 1612 W. Washington.; NICE cottage for couple,. horse. 579% N. Cenfral. 9-2685. gunvisors, never driven. Lee Garrett. 47 N. Church, Toe~ tor Open From 2 to 5 p. m. Today 2503 N. Central Ave. . Ultra Modern, 2-Bedroom JOE V. PROCHASKA 209 W. Adams Your Broker 3-2511 17—APARTMENTS FOR RENT 'STUDIO Apt. 353 North 4th Ave. NEW. nice. Will furnish to suit tenant on lease. 2330 N. Dayton. 2-BEDROOM 4-4489 SMALL, clean, Polk. apartment. cheap. 1101 SINGLE & Dbls. 75 W.-PortlandT NEWLY decorated apts. East Culver. 1605 •$45. Beautiful 2-bedroom apartment. Adults. 4-6275. $25 AND $35. Steam heat, • gas. Key. 1519 W. Washington, 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. 19—FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT $4 WEEK. 650 N. 1st Ave. NICE business couple or 2 In private Jewish family. 'Kitchen privileges. 2218 N. Dayton. DESIRABLE front room. 347 N 5th Ave. ACROSS from high school. 325 N 7th St. $3 and up weekly. $150 week up. Clean. 519 N. 3rd St. 20—HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS FOR RENT BATCHING rooms. 741 S. 2nd St CABINS. $10 mo. 2627 N. Central, 21—ROOM AND BOARD CONVALESCENTS. 9-2122. VALLEY View ranch. Reasonable. 9-2122. '_ VACANCY. 646 N. 2nd Ave. CHILDREN, hour, week, month 3-1246. NICE double, twin beds. 3-0709. ely •al- 500 A. COTTON & ALFALFA Land near Phoenix. Plenty of cheap water. Fine cotton base. All fenced, cement canals, 7 houses. 520.000 improvements. $100 per A. Part cash, terms. Mattingly Realty Co. 133 N. 2nd Ave. Ph. 4-2181 SINGLE and double room. North 3rd St. Every convenience. 509 N. 6th St. FOSTER 40 acres. Cheap. Lateral Seventeen, Yuma Rd. Jagoe rest ranch. No tb. Ph. 93271. 12—REAL ESTATE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE Want Arizona Cattle Ranch. Have clear 160 A. bottom land with Diesel pumping plant near Cashion, Phoenix Cottage court or apartment house for outfit with or without cattle. Box 55-E, Republic and Gazette. 47 ACRES with artesian well, miles from downtown Las Vegas, Nevada, on Los Angeles highway. Ideal for motor hotel. Sacrifice, $6.000 cash. Owner. Box 16-E, Republic'and Gazette. 30— AUTOMOBILES WANTED WILL sacrifice equity in new home at 12th St. Sheridan. F. H. A. balance. Venetian blinds. Central heating and cooling. 3-1643. Cars To Wieck—Best Prices Phx. Auto Wrecking, 437 E. Adams, 33677 IF you really want to trade, buy or sell real estate, see OLDAKER & EMBACH, 44 N. 1st Ave. $1000 eouity in 55000 rentals. Monthly income S67. 3-6269. 13—REAL ESTATE WANTED WE have buyers for NORTHWEST homes. Must be BARGAINS. Upshaw & Schrieber. Ph. 4-3201. CASH for cheap lots north. Price, location, pox 87-E, Republic and Gazette. LIST WITH LANE-SMITH CO. 212 W. Adams St. Ph. 4-3128 14— WANTED TO RENT 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. 3-8184. IS—UNFURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT 2-BEDROOM brick, newly decorated, $25. ,9-6248. ADOBE, 3 rooms 9-7931, 4-1860. and bath, ATTRACTIVE 6 rooms, $45. Duplex. $27.50. 4-1914. .* New 4 rm. mod. 1 acre North. $2351 S100 cash. $25 mth. Ph. 3-7914. 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. 4-3128. —IT PAYS TO TRADE— 3-bedrm. frame. Paved. Trade for 3-rm. house or 2 A. Bal. $20 Mo. 3-bdrm. stucco, N.W. Want good trailer as dn. paymt Bal. $2o Mo. Frame store bldg. Living quarters. Only $850, terms HOWE REALTY CO. 2123 E. Washington St. Ph. 4-3636 2-bedrm., brick, hardwood floors, % A. garage, nice lawn, all city conveniences. $2750,. terms arranged. HARVEY BAILEY REALTY 711 E. Indian School Rd. Ph. 3-^1949 NEW HOME NEJLR BROPHY Fine new 5-room home, automatic gas furnace, tiled kitchen, laundry & garage. $3150, very easy terms. O'MALLEY INV. CO. Phone 4-4784 LOTS—150x180, facing Ingleside olf Course, % price. Phone 3-2556, Golf evenings. BARGAIN in desert home,, south side. 3-6785 or 9-4637. CORNER % acre, new 2-bdrm. adobe house. Owner called •away, must sell at once. Price $3000. Shedd, 24 W. Lvnwood. 4-2612, Valley's prettiest - North-country .TOP. Mtg. sale. S9.750. Ph. 3-1024. home, 2 mod. houses $2650, $400 C. 30 mo. 5-rm. mod. 5 A. N.E. $1600, $350 C. 1 "List With Lister," 27 W. $100 C. $15 mo. C. bal. EZ. "' Monroe DANDY brick home in new High School district, 2 bedrooms & glassed in porch. Beautiful yard, with shade & shrubs. Rent $55. O'MALLEY INV. CO. Phone 4-4784 1218 ATTRACTIVE private room Reasonable 31-AUTOMOBIUS ' ro» HAUL 1941, PLYMOUTH. 2-door I Alrwine.Rray, wind wfa». double "SATISFACTION" We Are .Strong. For , ^'Customer Satisfaction" » v Our Reputation For USED CAR VALUES • Hag Been Established By Satisfied -Customers! 1939 Buick 'Special' • 4-door Touring Sedan.' Original tan finish is in ex-, cellent condition—as is the motor and interior. Good tires, equipped with many accessories including radio. AH, unusually good value at 1;. ........J645 1939 Oldsmobile '70' 4-door Touring Sedan. Beautiful satin-black, finish. Good-tires. This car has had good care and has been serviced and thoroughly checked in our shops—is in exceptionally good mechanical condition. A very popular, model .that will: sell, quickly .at -this price ...-.....•.........•.••5665 •1940 BUICK- Sedan 1938 DeSOTO Sedan ...; $565 1938 PACKARD . . Conv. Cpe $545 1937 CHRYSLER -• Sedan. $415 1938 STUDE. -. , ' • ^ Coupe .; $375 1935 DODGE Sedan $195 .1934 -OLDS. - .'•',„•. Sedan. ..........$155 1933 CHEV. , • Coach $14o 1930'FORD '•••'•• Coupe $85 1929 HUDSON • ;Sedan: .'. ..$ 45 COULTER MOTOR CO. Cadillac—LaSalle—Oldsmobile USED CAR DEPARTMENT 1st Ave. & Van Buren PHONE 3-6781 and 108 E. Van Buren 1938 Packard 6 CyL Tr*. tor* Renewed, and perfect" .r^ti* 937 Packard fi 1 * Completely;! 936 Packard Trg. i . motor; and .good.tires • •««.« .15 .Others—tike New"- " BACKED BY OUR — Packard Phx. Motor '(fi v t: ."PACKARD 4 WILLYS DI ' 400 West Washington.; f Notice Winter Visitorsf' CARS'FOE KENT-Without'' rwi..-,.— on g U y BJJJJ — " k PICKUPS 1340 Dodge -„„„ Two 1936 Internationals" 1939 Chev. 1937 rtaj ' EI>SPEAR^ Dodge & Plymouth pjr L*,,. 325 N. 1st Ave. 325 W. Van 5S« LATE MODEL Guaranteed Used Cars REDUCED PRICES 1937 Chevrolet town sedan ..$39; 1937 Dodge coupe .. 39i 1937 Plym. 4-dr. dlx. sed 410 1937 Chev. 4-dr. dlx. sed. .... 410 1937 Chrysler coupe ........ 435 1938 Chevrolet tn. sedan 465 1938 Chevrolet coupe ........ 475 1938 Plymouth coupe 475 1938 Dodge 4-dr. trg. sed. .... 495 1938 Chev. dlx; tn. sed. ...... 490 1938 Chev. 4-dr. club sed. .... 525 1939 Plymouth coupe' ........ 54: 1939 Chevrolet town sed. 565 BABIES. 4-1512. 25—LAND FOR RENT 20 A., small house, for lease. 4-1049. 26—STORES AND OFFICES FOR RENT GROUND FLOOR ROOMS 2 UPSTAIRS OFFICES Low rates. See Mr. Lane PRINTERY BUILDING (Formerly Out West Bldg.) BEST light car 540 cash will buy. Call. 2213 E. Washington. 1939 Chevrolet dlx. cpe. ,575 1940 Stude. Champion sed 575 1940 Plym. 4-dr. dlx. club sed. 695 TRUCKS 1935 Chev. 157",: D. W. C&C ...$235 1936 Plym. sedan delivery .. 245 1936 Dodge pickup 275 1936 International panel 285 1938 Ford pickup 375 193S Chevrolet sed. delivery .. 46o 1939 Chev. sedan delivery .... 49o 1938 Chev. 158" D.W. C&C 525 1940 Chev. Pickup .... .. 525 1940 Chev. suburban carryall 695 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 CARS wanted. 1458 E. Van Buren. QUICK cash for your car. High- ;st prices paid. Matz. 609 W. Wash. S5.000 waiting for late model used cars. C. P. Stephens. 915 N. Central. Instant CASH for clean JERRY DAVIS 640 W. ADAMS Immediate cash for clean cars. Paid for or not, local or not Believe it or not. Clark Smith. 140 W. Van Buren. 31— AUTOMOBILES -. FOR SALE 41 Plymouth'dlx. club cpe. Radio & heater. Priced low. 209 E. Van Bu 40 PLY. Dlx. sedan. 11,000 miles. Liberal discount 1515 E. Van Buren. 1939 FORD 1-ton pickup. Completely overhauled, new paint. -'37 Willys sedan, clean in every way. 1907 W. Jackson. 1937 Terraplane Coupe, excellent condition. $365. 508 W. Adams. Harley Davidson 74 Rebuilt—$60 Down 20 Other Choice Motorcycles Harley Davidson 1234 E. Wash. St. 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, 219 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. Complete Rental Service GEO. E. LILLEY 214'N. Central Realtor .Ph.. 3-6187 3 BEDROOMS. $47.. 9-2122. West Moreland. 3 rooms, $10 month, 1223% East Van Buren. '.."'. 16—FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT 2 rooms, garage, $15. 1101 North 27th street. ; . . TWO, 2 room cottages. Utilities. weekly. $6.00.1833 West Van Buren COTTAGE, $18.00. Adults. 1QJ.O West Madison. 2, 3 & 4-rm. $6-$10 wk. Gas and elec. free. 2222 West Van Buren. ONE, two bedrooms $35. 728 E. Moreland. $17.50 cottage. Electricity furnished. 410 N. 18th St. 2-BEDROOM dui modern, Venetian plex, i Mnds. Adults. Lease. 1153 E. BrilL complete, Gara Jarage. $45.00. NEW, completely furnished three room, -by .citrus grove. All utilities, refrigeration. Bus service. Linen, $70. Pnone 9-6688. We wanna sell . You wanna buy LET'S GET TOGETHER DeSoto sedan 1941 New car guarantee. Driven -Very few miles locally. Substantial discount. ' • : ' • Pontiac sedan 1939 $499 Very clean inside; and-out.- Has a built-in radio. - ' -V. Olds sedan: 1937... 394 Chev. coupe 1936 .. 296 Three to .choose from Plym. coupe 1936 . .7 246 Terraplane cpe. 1935 124 Dodge sedan 1934.... ; 126 Ford coupe 1930 v ;. :76 C.R STEPHENS : ; DeSoto-Plymbuth Distributor '= 106 W. Van.Buren Phone 4-1749 314 E. Van Buren Phone 4-1933 1937 Chevrolet de luxe town sedan. New blue finish, good in every.way, $335. , ••' ••• "s ' V >'- •-" .524 West Van Buren. 1937 Studebaker 4 dr.'sedan, very clean. $395.00^510 W. Adams. 1935 Ford coupe, $165. 702 Grand Ave. 1936 Plymouth coupe. Excellent condition. 4-4009 alter 4 p. m. L f MILLER'S SPECIALS 1937 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 1938 OLDSMOBILE COACH Both of these cars are perfect mechanically, the paint, upholstery and tires are good. See them today. 601 W. WASHINGTON Miller Bros. Motors Inc. NASH STATE DIST. IT'S SMART TO . : OWNAPACKAR% V 940 Packard 110 Trg. ' ' Best buy In town 1936 Graham 4-dr jed., buy *" 265 sos MODEL A iord roadster. E3 Pylant Airport 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 ^95 1939 Mercury Convertible Cluh Coupe. - .Radio. Beautiful"" finish, with black top, red leather upholstery, fog light, new tires. Only ....$795 1939 Chrysler 4dr. Sedan, ' Radio & overdrive. Beautiful sky blue finish,, spotless inside and out. A -real' value. 5555 1939 Lincoln Zephyr* 4-dr. Deluxe Sedan. Beautiful grey ' finish, white sidewall fires. Truly a car you will be,v proud to own JS5 WHOLESALE PRICES '37. Chrysler R-l. Cpe. Overdrive, Clean ....$365" '38 Ply. Deluxe Sed. .. 345 ' ' '37 Chev. Pickup 4 speed trans. ... 295 '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 1H T. Truck 95 100 At Wholesale Prices ED LUKE MOTOR CO. CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DIST. 7TH AVE. AND MONROE L Lifetime Guarantee G There Is A U M. B T BIG DIFFERENCE A M E Between .. T - : E NOISE AND MUSICI Red fire and clap-trap do not necessarily mean good values. Our used cars an reconditioned to give dependable service, and w« stand back of our used- cars -with our written "LIFETIME GUARANTEE" '41 Ford Coupe ... 845 Super deluxe, 2500 miles '40Pontiac Coupe ..$645;] ••-$> ^645 : 1938 PONTIAC Silver Streak se dan. Exceptionally clean, low mileage, special today only—snap this up. IRV CAMPBELL MOTORS DODGE-PLYMOUTH. TEMPE. '37 Terraplane 4-dr. sed. New paint, good tires, $395. 504 W. Adams. ADD A USED CAR TO YOUR NEW ; . YEAR'S BUDGET BEST.CARS .'..-.' , LOWEST; PRICES . ' '.EASIEST TERMS .. • 1940PONTIAC "' Special (6) 2-dr. / Sedan Beautiful light blue finish,". • excellent . tires, ' complete deluxe equipped.'Now only $745 1939 PONTIAC , (6) : Coupe, two-tone- gray ' finish.tires like.' new, 'clean inside and ' out. 'Priced.' npyp only ...... ..... '..........$565 1939 CHEVROLET Master, sport sedan, beautiful dark-blue finish. Very clean inside .and out.* Only ' 19000 actual miles . . .... v $575 . . . 2-dr.. Sedan, trunk, radio, ' . , excellent tires, spotless nio r ' . ':•. hair uphplaf;erx. A.real buy. , . for.only ..............;,. $465 DEFT. '36;Pprd coach . . . . • $245 '35;Chev;M-Spt;sed, 245 '37 Dodge sed; Vc , .^ 295 '35:Pontiac:6 i2rar:. V^245 '33 Ghev.rCpach U.' -85 You* -Pontiac ;& ; -GMC -Truck b'isk Ph. 4-3985, v 414 W;;Van Burefi 194*T Mercury,DeIuxe Sedan, Radio, Heater iand many extras. It's a steal. 209 East Van, Buren : Street 193T- Master 'Deluxe :Cnevrolet ' Sedan. .Nwwj tires.: Used car. never abused: $395. 29M " " family J14 N. 645 695 '40 Dodge Coupe '40 Ford Coupe , '40 Mercury Clb Cvt. 945 Radio, overdrive '40^Ford Tudor ... '39Mercury Sedan., '39Zephyr Sedan... Radio,, overdrive '39 Ford Tudor .... Overdrive • '39 Plym, Dlx. Cpe-. 395, | '38 Plym. Dlx. 4-dr.. 395 '38 Zephyr Sed., Bad. 545 '37 DeSotO'Conv. Cpe.:345 'ST Zephyr Sed., Bad. 3& '37 Ford Sta. Wagon 39j '37 Buick Cohv. Sed. Radio ..— '37 Ford Tudor '36 Plymouth Coupe ?36Ford Tudor .... '36Ghey.Spt.Sed../24f-| '3.6 Plym. Dlx. 4-dr., 13? .«" 345 '35 Ford Coupe ; 'CONSOLIDATED^^MOTORS, INC.^ CArizona> Largest Ford I ^EAST-VAN ;V -:AT' ' 1937 Tord:60;tovrajiedan.

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