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NCITY 82 The ArTzofiaTlepubHc O Ptenl*, w«M nBe n, 1970 Obituaries *" ' - • . Charles Patten,, 61, VNB nice president Services for Charles Harreld Patten, 61, senior vice president and member of the board of directors of Valley National Bank, will be at 11:30 a.m. today in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mr. Patten, of 505 E. Missouri, died Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital after a long illness. He was born in Edmond, Okla., and was graduated from the University of Oklahoma. He had been in the banking business since completing four years of Air Force service during World War II and rising to the rank of major. He was vice president and manager of the First National Bank in Edmond before moving to Arizona. Mr. Patten was named manager of the VNB's agriculture and livestock department in 1949 after starting with the firm as a branch supervisor. He also was a direc- Frances White SCOTTSDALE - A memorial service for Frances B. White, 74, a retired teacher, will be at 11:30 today in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden. Cremation will follow. She was born in Michigan and came to Scottsdale four years ago from Chicago. She had taught school for 25 years. 'She resided at 4800 N. 68th St. and died Sunday in Scottsdale Baptist Hospital. There are no known survivors. George W. Baechler Services and burial for George W. Baechler, 69, will be in Goderich, Ontario, his birthplace. He died Monday in Doctors Hospital. Mr, Baechler, of 2209 E. Indianola, had worked in the restaurant business in Canada and moved to Phoenix 16 years ago from Goderich. He attended Aldersgate United Methodist Church here. Survivors include his wife, Bernice J. of Phoenix; four daughters, Mrs. June Billo of Kitchner, Ontario, and Mrs. Joan Crawford, Mrs. Jean Schram and Miss Joyce Baechler, all of Goderich; a brother out of state and 12 grandchildren. Local arrangements were by Mercer Mortuary. tor of the Beatrice Foods Co. and Ryan-Evans Drug Stores. He was active in the Arizona Zoological Association, the Maricopa County' Taxpayers Association, the Arizona State University Foundation and the Roosevelt Council of Boy Scouts of America. He was a member of the Colorado River Water Users Association, the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation and state and national reclamation associations. Survivors include a son, Dr. Robert L. of Houston, a brother out of state and two grandchildren. Contributions may be made to the Roosevelt Boy Scout Council. Josephine Yago Services for Mrs. Josephine B. Yago, 40, who was dead on arrival Sunday at a local hospital, will be at 10 a.m. today in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Yago, of 3223 S. Third St., was born in Cincinnati and came to Phoenix 25 years ago. Survivors include her husband, Cristpolo B.; two daughters, Linda and Christina; a son, Julian, and her mother, Mrs. Loretta Windburn, all of Phoenix; three sisters, Mrs. Mike Enriquez and Mrs. Merel Narciso, both of Phoenix, and another sister out of state, and five brothers, Clarence, William, Arthur, Carl and David White, all of Phoenix. Ruth Aridal TEMPE - Mass for Mrs. Ruth Andal, 61, who died Friday during a visit to her son's home in El Toro, Calif., will be said at 9 a.m. Friday in Our Lady of Mount Carmel Catholic Church, 2121 S. Rural Road. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Mrs. Andal, a native of Tempe, was graduated from Tempe Normal School, now Arizona State University, and moved to San Diego 20 years ago. She had taught in the elementary schools there since that time. Survivors include a son, Dick Steed of El Toro; three sisters, Mrs. Suzanne Abrons of Sun City, Mrs. Naomi Cof- inger of Riviera and another sister out of state; three brothers, John J. and Michael E. Curry, both of Tempe, and another brother out of state, and two grandchildren. Carr Mortuary handled arrangements. Benedict Malin/ of Sun City dies SUN CITY - Rosary for Benedict L. Malin, 73, a veteran telephone company em- ploye, will be recited at 7 p.m. today in Lundberg's Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Mass will be said at 8 a.m. tomorrow in St. Joachim's Catholic Church, 11625 lllth Ave., Sun City. Burial will be in Sunland Cemetery. Mr. Malin, of 10830 W. Canterbury Drive, died Sunday in Mountain View Pioneer Hospital, Youngtown. He was an Army veteran of World War I and was employed by the Illinois Bell Telephone Co. for 37 years, retiring as a supervisor. He was a member of the Sun City Community Association and the Telephone Pioneers of America. He moved to Phoenix from his native Chicago in 1957 and to Sun City seven years ago. Survivors include two sons, Benedict L. of Del City Okla., and Robert M. of Belleville, III.; a daughter, {*"• VJpinia Elliott of Monte vista, Colo.; a sister out of state and 12 grandchildren. Gustav Gustavson Gustav L. Gustavson, 79, of 4211 N. 50th Drive, a veteran of the U.S. Army who served during World War I, died Monday in the Veterans Administration Hospital. A retired machinist, Mr. Gustavson had lived in Phoenix for 10 years. He came here from Wisconsin. Services will be in Iron Mountain, Mich. Friends may call from 3 to 5 p.m. today at Maryvale Chapel, 6901 W Indian School. Survivors include his wife Hildur of Phoenix; four sons, Robert of Phoenix; Leonard of San Pedro, Calif.; David of Milwaukee, and Lester of Greenbush, Wis.; a sister in Sweden and six grario'chil- dren. James Coman Services for James Lindley Coman, 76, a veteran'of World War I, will be held at 10 a. m. tomorrow at A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams, with burial in Greenwood Memorial Park. He died Sunday at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Ft. Meade, S.D. Mr. Coman, 4206 E. Southern Ave., was born in Guntersville, Ala., and came to Phoenix with his parents in 1910. He was graduated from Stanford University in 1917 and after World War I returned to the school for graduate work in chemical engineering. He was a captain in the Army Coast Artillery Corps during the war and served after the war as a special investigator in Hawaii, Japan and the Philippines. He later returned to Phoenix to assist his father in developing the Coman Holstein Farm, which was operated 25 years. Survivors include his wife, Pearl Catherine; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph F. McEvoy Jr. of Cambridge, Mass., and Mrs. Wade Estes of Phoenix, and four grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the Stanford Memorial Fund at Stanford University, 301 Encina Hall, Palo Alto, Calif. Terry Vance Services for Terry F. Vance, 27, who died Sunday in a light plane crash near Lake Carl Pleasant, will be held at 3 p. m. today at Christ Church of the Ascension, 4015 E. Lincoln Drive. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Gene Mullican Graveside services for Gene Warren Mullican, 20, who died Saturday at the University of Utah Medical Hospital in Salt Lake City, will be at 9:30 a. m. today at Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Mr. Mullican, 13829 N. llth St., was born in Artesia, Calif., and came to Phoenix eight years ago from Eugene, Ore. He left Paradise Valley High School as a junior because of ill health. He was in the Utah hospital for a kidney transplant operation. ACROSS 1 Helper: Abbr. 5 Kind of policeman: Informal 9 Hockey player s necessity 14 Stare 15 Journey 16 Bird 17 Athena 18 Prayer of entreaty 20 Territory: Abbr. 21 Small group 22 Forme; Russian territory 23 Ant 25 Butcher shop accessory • 27 Legal order 29 Shoemaker's tool 30 Bakery product 34 Degree 3& Seed coating 38 Kind of nest 39 Actually: 5 words 42 Room 43 Ten ' percenter 44 Mesh 45 Tract Crossword puzzle 46 Before: Prefix 47 Viet 49 Fanatic 51 Lacks 54 Classify 58 Grain spike 60 Scatter 61 Yukon city 63 Anatomical tissue 64 West Indies island 65 German novelist 66 Rents 67 Break violently 68 Voice 69 Biblical kingdom DOWN 1 Marble 2 Eastern US city 3 Large mammal: 2 words 4 One movin" quickly 5 Grating 6 Less 7 Judge--— Yesterday^ Puzzle Solved: 1 Dog salmon 40 Army VIP: 2 words 8 Recent: Comb, form 9 Fissile rock Dog sal 11 Molding edge: Var. 12 Endured 13 Sicilian resort 19 Summon 24 Giant 26 Hep ' 28 Asian festival 30 Sports official: Informal 31 Rind: 2 words 32 Insects 33 Latvian 34 Space-travel agency: Abbr. 35 Emperor 37'Look 54 55 56 57 59 38 Scottish 62 river . . 6/17/70 Flightless birrf Barb: Comb, form Marrow Lie close Inex- i periericed Doesn't dare: Diaf. Greek letter Act in blustering manner Beards of grain Noah's son Hindu deity Mr. Skinner Kidney: Comb, form Tumor: Suffix Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Mullican; one sister, Yvonne, and three brothers, Derry, Dale and Patrick, all of Phoenix, and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mullican of El Monte, Calif., and Mr and Mrs. Harold Whitmore of Norwalk, Calif. The family suggests contributions to the Arizona Kidney Foundation at Good Samaritan Hospital. Lorene Griffin Services for Mrs. Lorene Griffin, 56, a native of Beulah, Tex., will be at 10 a.m tomorrow in Webber-Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery at Tempe. Mrs. Griffin, of 1544 W. Tonto, died Thursday in the Valley of the Sun Rest Home after a long illness. She came to Phoenix 28 years ago from Austin, Tex. Survivors include her husband, McKinley, and a sister Mrs. Louise Hoffman, both of Phoenix, and two brothers out of state. 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BIRMINGHA/V Collection Suoervfso Republic June 17 ^Published: Arizona -.jif^HWw "f? °J .Suoervlsors for the fur .... / ' ol ' owln< ' " em lor Marlco- WO lT [o>7 li: * ) A ' M " FRIDAY - J UNE 26 ^Sol'toi/6ff ?< fVl*' " em ' Convers lon from iK& M may ooM fi? 6C "(f :8tlon 1i on fheM ^'A^k^S^Sii PnSenFx^TrPzonl" BI S d 0 , urh wli, 3r i %% iidV'74-4S "WE ?S r Sn r SRff v !*^'M JMl lorVF* *)y ngivv flny .InfOirnt to mwQUHt Ci,' ' '.' wl * bile, June LEGAL NOTtCE: ri ' on Monday Y/Q at J:00 a.m. for the our- P°«. »' .f/*se»ting the orouSLW budget [for the MarkoD* Count/ Junior iDisintl Ivr Hit fi;.col y t<i , ,,f |y/(j / H-R li tl V/. Mr. Vance, 4502 N. 18th St., had been employed for two years as a stockbroker for Dean Witter & Co. He was graduated from the University of Arizona in 1965 with a degree in business administration. He belonged to Sigma Alpha Epsilon at the UofA and was a member of the Phoenix Stock and Bond Club. He was born in Kansas City and came to Arizona 12 years ago. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vance of Phoenix, and two sisters, Mrs. Dora Bogner of Scottsdale and Mrs. Phyllis Farmer of Kansas City. Arrangements are being' handled by Hansen Mortuary. Elmer Kelley MESA - Rosary for Elmer L. Kelley, 60, a native of Hammond, Ore., will be recited at 8 p. m. today at Larry J. Melcher Mortuary, 43 S. Stapley. Funeral Mass will be said at 10 a. m. tomorrow at the Christ the King Catholic Church, 1505 E. Dana, with burial in East Resthaven Cemetery. Mr. Kelley, 3910 E. Main, who died yesterday in a Phoenix hospital, came to Mesa 16 years ago from Grover, Colo. He worked as a farmer in Colorado and in Mesa had been employed by a steel construction company. Survivors include his wife, Gurda of Mesa; five daughters, Mrs. Beverly Carey and Mrs. Margaret Newell, both of Stanton, Calif., and Mrs. Karen Rodriguez, Lynn and Sherry Kelley, all of Mesa; four sons, William, Elmer Jr., Martin and Charles, all of Mesa; three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Baylor of Phoenix and two out of state; four brothers out of state and 10 grandchildren. William Bryan Services for William W. Bryan, 73, who owned and operated the Bryan Sporting Goods store here from 1945 until his retirement in 1960/ will be held at 3:30 p.m. today at A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mr. Bryan, 5602 E. Calle Camelia, died Sunday in Good Samaritan Hospital. He was born in Holp's Corner, Tenn., and came to Phoenix from Nashville in 1927. For 15 years he was manager of the United Producers and Consumers' Co-op. He also owned and operated several automobile service stations along with the sporting goods store. He belonged to the Masons in Tennessee and was a member of the First Southern Baptist Church here. Survivors include his wife, g° d « of Phoenix; a son, Ralph T. of Phoenix; a step! son, Sheldon Clark of Phoenix, and eight grandchildren. <»!<(/;'• I', ';I;,MJ f •;,,,,.,,„ ( ,,\ Republic and 6««tte ... Phofie 27T-MOO Pnaenljf Newspapers, inc. "0 S. j/ar. Buren St. rfiS; «•%•«„ 3S? S* r , r JK? Subscribers , c « »nnuallv j remittance at ear- dlrect t8 M«|l •Subscription Prices Arizona, California i»jua, ^aiirur New Mexico Bep&Gaz Rep-MAS Rep-Morn gaz-Eve Gaz&Sun Rep-Sun Rep&Gaz Rep-M&S Rep-AAorn Gflf&Sun Rep-Sun No AM" Wkt. $71.74 '! 14.04 , Subscriptions ' -•f^ • "«•" .. "w»ti iHfrvrra accepre «*«re carr'ler delivery Is maintajne- Air mall. Foreign and Military Rate- — • 271-8381 OR- 271-8356 Branch Offices and Representatives FOR CONTRACT RATE Intormatlon Phone 271-3744 OUT OF STATE RATES: (Minimum .Charge $2.00). Copy received from outside the boundaries of the Stale of Arizona charged $1 .00 per line per day. Servica— Phone Alo 387-78« Apache Junction 9i4-5649 Avondale 271-8302 Blsbee 432-5114 „ Buckeye 271-8302 Casa "Grande 834-5723 Clifton 864-42 Coolldge Cottonwood 434-5701 723-38 d 434- Flagstaff 774-7472 Gilbert 964-S6-W Slobe 425-2002 Chandler $64-5649 .Goodyear 271-8302 Havasu City 855-2186 . Kinsman 753-5694 Luke Field 271-8381 MBSB 9*4-5649 Miami 473-3261 Nogaies 287-2910 • Pane 645-2654 Prescott 445-4181 Safford 428-0450 San Manuel 385-4471 Superior 689-2971 Sierra Vista 458-2652 Tucson 624-5177 Wlckenburg 684-5516 Williams Field 964-5649 Williams 635-2276 Wlnslow 289-3298 Yuma 782-2323 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING Weekday Deadline 3 p.m. Deadline 1 p.m. Sat. Sunday Place Your Ads EARLY In the Day &, EARLY in the Week MONDAY through FRIDAY Phones Open 7 a.m. to 6 pm Counter Open 8 am to 5 pm DEADLINE for weekday ads 3pm SATURDAY Phones Open 7 am to 3 pm Counter Open 8 am to 1 pm SUNDAY DEADLINE 1 Pm Sat. SUNDAY Phones Open 12 noon to 3 pm For Corrections & Cancellations Counter Closed To Place Your Want Ads DIAL 271-8711 LOCAL RATES: The following local classified rates apply to all no-contract ad- vertlslno originating from within the State of Arizona...For weekday publication in the morning Republic and evening Gazette of the SAME day; or In the Sunday publication of the Republic only. AGATE TYPE SET SOLID: 7 Consecutive days tOc per word per day 4 Consecutive days lie per word per day 1 Day or Skip 'Day Orders 12e per word per day DISPLAY STYLE ADS: Using larger type, white space, centered lines, etc: 7 consecutive days 75c per line per day 4 Consecutive days BSc per line per day 1 Day or Skip Day Orders 9$c per line per day 10% Discount Available For CASH ORDERS placed IN PERSON At The Classified Counter. MINIMUM CHARGE 12.00 plus tax Republic & Gazette Box Number Rental Charge $1.00 Per Week if replies picked UP $2.00 Per Week If replies mailed City & State Taxes Will Be Added To All Advertising Charges. Check Your Ad The First Day It appears. In the event of an error. Phoenix Newspapers will not assume responsibility for more than one incorrect Insertion The Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. RESERVES THE RIGHT TO Edit, Properly Classify or Relect Advertising Copy Advertisers who specify their weekday advertisements be published In only one of the two dally papers, will receive a reduction of IK from the line rate and copy so ordered will appear under a separate — "Miscellaneous Classified" heading outside the regular classified section. To Place Your Want Ads ' PHONE 271-8711 Announcements Classts i throuih N (•—Meeting Notices ~Sllver~*Trpwel Lodge *29 F 4. AM. Third degree 7 P.m. Visiting Masons welcome. Refreshments. 0. L. Parscal, w.M. 4—Funeral Announcements ACCERSON, Leonard W. Services will be conducted by Rev. H. Shelby Lee 10 a.m. today. Chapel In the Gardens, Mercer Mortuary. _lnferment Greenwood. AHN6RT, Fred 10717 Camelot Circle. Passed away June 16th, 1970. Survived by wife, Marion; daughters, Mrs. Joy Steele of Denver, Colorado, and Mrs. Gertrude Bucnholz of Chicago, Illinois; four grandchildren. Private services will be held. Arrangements announced by Grimshaw Brazlll-Whitney, 5754 West Glenn Dr., Glendale, _ _ ANDAL, Ruth Curry. Requiem 'Mass 9 a.m. Friday from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Tempe, Interment St. Francis. Friends may iiioili hii. rMoiii.ia. riioiiua mar call Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Carr Mortuary. . BAECHLER, George W. Survived by wife, Bernice J. of Phoenix. Daughters, /Virs. June, Blllo of Kitchner, Ontario; Miss Joyce Baechler, Mrs, Joan Crawford, Mrs. Jean Schram and brother, Lon all of Goderich, Ontario. Services and Interment .will be In Goderich, Ontario. Arrangements by Mercer Mortuary. BEVERLY, J.ohn _Earl. Arrange-, idlsi Chapel L, Sage, Di- BRYAN,' William '"Wilson (7 BTiK -nducted by Rev. Joe EVERLY, John Earl," Arran ments pending, Paradise Cha Funeral Home. Ralph L, Sage, rvices c allard and Dr. :3o p.m. Today ei, A.L. Moor* . C. Vaughon Rock In Memory Chapt Sons. Interment BURR ments «l ^*'*/ f . XaThrvn, Arrangemen pending. Paridilt Chipel Funtr Home. Ralph L. Sage, pjrector. CAMILLONE, , Lunette L. Arrangements pending. Mejstnwrs Morlu- CARtlOLL ervices 1 unnyslope ary, Rev. ficiating. In- .„...,___, Thomas c. -,,,, p.m. today at the Sunr chapel of Hwien Mortuary J. Douglas Gaslon officiate COMAN, James Lindley. Services conducted by Rev. J. H. Machlan and VFW Lodge No. 720, 10 a.m. Jhyrsdav In Memory Chapel, A. or« ; * s_on». Interment - "- call In •;» fYMTWf V T V «V,M, I l| I V I III U Greenwood. Friends may c from 2 p.m. today. A memorial nl» memory to the Stanford U versify Memorial Fund, 301 -no Hall, Pale, A to, Calif. Is Uni- Encl- pre- CORONADO, •;m. 1flrrfne,"?Aesa, Spanrsh •^•fVf r\y TT . , -^. . today at M. L, 61 Oarden Chapel, >», Mesa, Bishop •opn,^ Spanish ^Amar .DS Chgrch officiating . .. O -..jL N, M .*, wUlllermo arlcan Ward . Interment, '.— Servlcii JO Acres Mortuary, Grejn Acres . MemprlaJ .gar^stn?. . O^IFJF.IN, Lorlne "Wlfe'of McklhTey Griffin, sister of Voulse Hoffman, fhoenlx, Calvm and Clifford, souls, Tex. Services Thursday id a.m., chapel of Webber & Sons i.m.i chapel o< <» (vary. Interment """ Wednesday_B.m ; L~«)l wife, Hil , . 50th Or. Survived by wife, Hildur; sons, Robert, Phoenix, Leonard, S«n Pedro, Calil., D»vld, Milw«u kc*. Ipiltj, Gietn BgUi, Win; Wit Jtvtkl Iw.t'X'll, lix VH,l:(Jltl,! ' ' 4— Funeral AniwuncMimtt S, Esfell* 0.'Survived By YVwni?' ISSBJ' b P r h o?h e e n r?/ iSR". CSSC,-? 1 ®^'*^ " n f of state, services 2:30 p.m Friday at ti» Sunnyslope Chapel of H»n**" Mortuary, Rev. Bill Hunt offi- ciaTtng. interment Memory Lawn r'rfenos may calf f to 9 o m Thursday. p • MtfttBUbftv' ~i *-*• —. a. nwmrnKc it LOUIS J ScrvlfPt u/nt •- - ' - ^V • • **•*! »H,C5 Wll( fion i-i t '^*;" • »ci »d Private crema .g'mer L. Rosary at 8 lv Iw . the ..Chapcj Pf. the ROSOS LSPhV J M I h gV^r'aT cTrft V S (.^Services 2 Chapel Fu- ;;r.TJ nvr"i."Y .»"e'nj*nt Greenwood. Ralph L. Sage, Director. MILLER, Cleora I. Services 3 p.m. Thursday at the Church of the Redeemer, E. Broadway and Hall Street, Mesa. Burial Mt View Memorial Gardens. Friends may call this afternoon and evening Ltrry J. Melcher Mortuary. q ' MULLICAN, Gene warren. Graveside services 9:30 a.m. today It Double Butte Cemetery. Tempe Arrangements by Camelbiek Sun- jet Chapel. Family requests contributions to the Arizona Kidney Foundation at Good Samaritan Hospital. PATTEN Charles H. Services eon- ducted by Pastor Charles L. Stru- C i • ".£ r « 3IV ' V.MOI ics i_, oiru bel 8, Dr. H. C. Lindsay 11:30 a.m. today In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons, interment Greenwood. °"" cl " PmtTPS. LTrry7~6f 8M1 Ro'rtfi 30th Drive. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips; sisters, Patricia Ann Phillips and Brenda Mae Phillips! grandmother, Mrs. Alma Lee Welsh; grandfather, Leslie S. Phillips, all of Phoenix, Ariz. Services: 11:00 a.m. Thursday, June 18, 1970, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 716 West Bethany Home Road. Interment Resthaven Park Cemetery. Friends may call 5-9 p.m. Wednesday. RABENSTEIN, Erwln C. Services 10:30 a.m. today. In Meldrum Mortuary, Macdonald at First St., Mesa. Rev. Robert V. Martz First Presbyterian Church of Mesa officiating. Private entombment Greenwood Mausoleum. SHAWAN, Vida Inez. 1815 S. uztfi Dr., Cashlon, Ariz. Passed away Sun. Arrangements pending. A. L, Moore A Sons. SKAGGS, Michael Gene Jr. 73 W. Vernon Ave. Son of Mr. & Mrs. Michael G. Skaggs Sr. Grandson of Mr. & Mrs. Floyd L. Day, Mrs. Betty Caroll, Phoenix. Passed away Sunday. Graveside services J, Interment 11:30 a.m. today at St. Francis, A. L. Moore A Sons. THOMPSON, Mae Jane Services 2 p.m. today M. L. Gibbons Mortuary Garden Chapel, 33 North Sir- fine, Mesa. Rev. Harold S, Knight, St. Mark's Episcopal Church officiating. Interment Mountain View Memorial Gardens. TIBBS, Ida 1701 E. McKlnley: Mother of Mrs. Joyce Page; grandmother of Blllle, Robert and Fred Pickering and Charles Page. Also 11 great-grandchildren surviv- Ina. Services 10 a.m. Thursday in the Arizona Funeral Home Chapel. Interment Greenwood. Henry T. Forman, Director. Visitation 6-8 p.m. today, TISDALE, Evelyn G; Services conducted by The Very Rev. Elmer B. Usher 2:00 p.m. today in Chapel of Memories, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment East Resthaven. TRUJILLO, Canuta. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. .today, St. Anthony's Church, Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center. VALLIERE, Clara C. Mass of Re- puiem 9 a.m. today in SI. Matthew's Church. Interment SI. Francis. Whitney & Murphy. VANCE, Terry F. Services 3 p.m. today at the Christ Church of The Ascension, Rev. Dan Gerrard officiating. Interment Greenwood. Hansen Mortuary. WAGNER, Eddie J. 133 West Highland, Passed away June Uth, 1970. Survived by wife, Patricia; sons. Lee of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; James of Binghamton, New York; daughter, Mrs. William McNelr of Blnqhamton, New York; father, James Wagner of Gilboa New York; sister, Mrs. Lee Moffatl, Phoenix; one grandson. Services and interment Binghamton, New York. Friends may call, 5 to 9 p.m. today, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany Home . Rod. _ WHITE, Frances. Services" 11:30 WILLIAMSON, Dora. Graveside Services. 3:00 p.m. today, Rest- m«n e u P i? rk £ e , m «'£ r y- Arrange- ffljnj* by Grimshaw Bethany Road Bethany Home YAGO, Josephine Beatrice' Services conducted by Rev. Clifford G rS se ? 0:I 2? a ' m - foda v I" Memory __ SUNNYSIDE MORTUARY 6J4 E. Town ley 943-7 J63 MESSINGER MORTUARY SCPTTSDALE_ ______ __w.H 5-9521 MERCER MORTUARY" A. L. MOORE & SONS FOURTH AVENUE AT ADAMS 252-3411 J0--Florists DONOFRIOWRAfCO. finest Flowers ..Since. 1905. 254-«761 19— -Cemetery Lets ft Service* 25— Lost •'•?>' "si wcuoweii-ist Street. sm_sas_t_Washinglqn i __ Jr*,' 1 * <>' prescrlpTlon surT~g"lasFes, P,°'d .'rames. Lost vicinity boa 9jiM527 8rea S8nu «"'o Lake. "graV-'whJte Angora cat" "">»- Was wearing orange ' C °" ar and blue 'as' BlackfTiiveFr (Misfy). Yorkshire," b Sore on rear. Lost 4-12 L R a o5d ea \^ c a i r n d I ! y asE •$rg% TUfi^ohcS,- l&fggSs&BF^ Bo "f• 28— Found or^af Water SkK' Identify ' Wlter,, Mth Sfrwt TndPo'ik. BICYCLE found between Central IMjtSn?' P ' W5e C '" 9 "- 59 for wW^.TO,.' ' emsl 33 —Auertlans — for 7th 33— Auctions— ALE WARE'S AUCTION * AOCTIO'N TODAY 4001 N. 7th St. 9AM & 7PM JOHN BRUNK & SONS, INC AUCTI IONEERS VAN'S A- 244-3204 ~ " 1 AUCTION EVERY TUESDAY, 6:30 pm. _. HAYDEN C. VAliTcLEVE", AlJCT. SAT JUlfW 1P.M. 14' Ski bame boat with 35 ho motor, elec start, used 7 hrs. One 22- Aif- strMm trailer, used very., little, best cond self eont., heater, bath, insta- matie hot water, gas or elec refriq, scare tire, never used. Comp household furnishings Inc color RCA TV, etc. Location of auction. West of Sedona one mile, soufhslde of 89A Stone house, back of Montgomery Ward store. JOHN BRUNK & SONS, INC AUCTIONEERS 264-3204 AUCTION THURS: 6:30 P.M. 2633 E. INDIAN SCHOOL RD. Loaded with furniture, appliances & misc. Open for Inspection & consignment 'til 6:30 p.m. tonight. .„... PHOENIX AUCTION 274-8241 274-5580 SCOTTSDALI AUCTIONI WHM741. Phoenix Homes ^ Classes IN thrwifn ITS 100—Phx, Homes All Areas ~"$"l5,0ira00 DOWN" Furn. 3-BR. Broker 943-7853. FHA PROPERTIES FHA PROPERTIES ARE SOLD THRU LICENSED BROKERS SEE YOUR BROKER FOR CURRENT LISTINGS NEW 4 BR MADISON I family rm, 2 bath, e 'en Can you believe FHA-VA terms. SURRARRER 1 ByR.K 277-5757 EXCELLENT condition, three~bed. room, Ji/j bath, carpeting, refrigerator, stove, fencedT $13,950 $950 'own, Sl» monthly PlfI. 2541 West ,_.^__ NICE CLEAN SMALL HOME " NE P A LRU !H A O P P T PPN V G E £ H»T E ALS OWNER CAgRY^fiflr REASON- NORM ANDERSEN RLTY 252-2962 .WHY WASTE TIME LOQKING? Match your exact needs with thousands of homes we have for sale all °, V , e T tr Phoenix. Dial C-O-M-P •y-T-E-R on your ptione anytime. 34 Hrs. REFRIGERATED Nice 2 BR brick home. Furnished, ready to move Into. Near Park Central shopping area. Has garage with rental unit, covered oatio 8, fenced back yard. Priced under $|«,000 FHA or cash. Call 8, see today JEFFRYES REALTY ,,, RESIDENTIAL-INCOME 252-6730 Eves. Bill 254-4661 GOLD KEY REALTY $8500 maglne a Jge. 2 Bdrm., Ige. fenced yard, shade trees, workshop, new roof, new paint at this price. 264-9887 100 W. That's what this Is - a 3 flR, 1V 4 bath refrio'd home with practfcally new w/w cpts, stove & refrigerator. It Is only one blk from Encanto Park on a beautiful quiet free lined ca " BOND REALTY WEST 937-2733 BETTER THAN NEW!! Refrigerated 3 BR and family room home lust 6 months old and owner transferred! Master bedroom has dressing room and walk-In c oset, 2 lovely baths with vanities. Large entry hall. Beautiful extra large lot. 2-car carport Close to Corfez HI. Most cenven- We " "' CLEVENGER REALTY NW corner Central j, Thomas 279-5505 RAMBLING RANCH ~HOME~ APPROX 1 ACRE - HORSES is home has been remodeled In?' de & out- On beautiful shaded lot. 10 rms, 4 or 5 bdrms, plus den, also oo rm, living rm 18x28, f (replace" 7eav?n r g LOW TEENS-NO. PHOENIX Excellent 2 Bdrm. bonded brick, new roof, new carpet, Ig yard, al . EARL STOWE, Realtor 279-9325 5136 N. Central ________ 274-5837 CITRUS BEAUTY ......... " rm., 2 bathrooms kinn-size kitchen with loads of cabinets; carpets & drapes central refrigeration dbl carport workshop, ffSXSSLt P 1 tl0 ' P«><?sslonally landscaped Vi acre rrigated, fenced yard with mature citrus trees 8. Plenty of flowers. Locat- J" , Madls on & Central Hlah 6517 N. ffl f Tony RIMSZA Realty . 7th St. 264-1881 1 SHARP 3 BDRM. NEWLY REDECORATED & In- eludes such features as a fireplace, refrigeration, dishwasher, disposer & family room, w/arcadia door w&ft te?m! e " ° Ulckly af ™'<™ AWR APARTMENTS-WEST REALTY 2009 W. Behany 277-1453 DOUBLE EVERYTHING Yes, that's right. Double garage, double carport and baths, with a red brick 3 bedroom, den, refrloer- HEISSER- SMITH REALTORS _ ?44-1581 night or day MADISON ' "VISTA" ~~~ Refrlg'd 3 bdrm red brick, entry hall, spacious dining-llving area Lg s y w, C ,S r n P e e w n gHA. draP6l? 2 BDRMS-WESTWOOD SCHOOL Immaculate frame home lust east " rl- RIGHT "ON COURSE" quality, custom built 3 fppm, z bath home palnt- WH TE In a verdant set. ''"» of GREEKl wj?h 'acres and acres of grounds provld- convenient to St, Joseph's W«[st HI and all services! U?' * S^' clu ^ wi? »**um*bl» loan at ' EO'POST REALTY 277-1444 N. rKNTRAL REALTOR w*« w *> m M i.' ( . I'.'n : ir (00—Phi, Homes Alt Areas HALLCRAFT HOMES m ACRE SIZE LOTS 2 Locations Horse Privileges Irrigation IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Som*. Model*, & 8lle /S# ?«%&& V!G?»*LI3« Electric * SUNBURST FARMS A^VTrterblr' SUNBURST FARMS EAST IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 3PEDROOMS BATHS JOHN F. LONG HOMES Mnd st W. Indian tchool Rd «t 42nd Avt. NORTff CENTRAL AREA New 4 bedroom, fenced, fireplace, 10 RIVIERA H0MES I bath, carp down. $37,9 9444602 VA PROPERTIES FOR SALE REAL ElT E ATE HE BROKER OF|YOUR CHOICE OWNER $13,500-FHJ;VA-3 BDRM .,, * S'-i Call ACCEPTED T | , , CCEPTED THIRKHILL 2644933 ~ , t details JI6 '''*- c all for terms & FRENCH REALTY - 1502 W-.^torn 264-3711 Eves, too BANBURY,- 264-1531 *"-"•'(?»?;••. ........ SWEET? AND LOW „„. . Only $l«Vooo Bst Lo " B * PAUL H^ND REALTY $16,000 NORTHWEST Mrtffft IJJJLWIIJELaACK 264-0876 ^PEALING nSw--ToT^?i^r--i^r_ APPEALING, ,.,„ , uur . t & s ' fl "?d «°/ fasual four-five "bef - ... ;asua Western L re,. Scottgdale. TC,V sern CLOSE j;TO SCHOOLS!! Encanto-Clarendon, We?» MI c* • NW Central «. . Th om« JUST LISTS) > i . '.. h & CpENTS 263-7753 5039 N. 7th Aijin. Call 24 hours daily 3BR.-1 kitchen SargJHfffc *SB- fam/rm., "w/"w tony 8IMSZA Realty til/ K /in ti .... ... i- fi i.-.i , i . . ^v4 liv* i

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