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BtTtlBi (rMa Republic Phoenix, Wed., June 17,1970 r K "!•" M« ' ' . ___ m FUJI. Obituaries Patten, 61, FJVB vice 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 director of the Beatrice Foods Co. and Ryan-Evans Drug Stores. Eva Jane Carmeth TOMBSTONE — Memorial services were held yesterday in the Arizona Mortuary, Tucson, for Mrs. Eva Jane Car- ineth, 82, who died Friday in Copper Queen Hospital at Bisbee after a long illness. Mrs. Carmeth, a former interior decorator, was a graduate of the Chicago Institute of Design. Survivors included her husband, Ted of Tombstone, a daughter, Mrs. Peter Kessinger of Tucson; two grandchildren and a great-grandson. Contributions may be made to the American Cancer Society. 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. 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 Scouts 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. Thirtl 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 Andal 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. Crossword puzzle 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 Former Russian territory 23 Ant 25 Butcher shop accessory 27 Legal order 29 Shoemaker's tool 30 Bakery product 34 Degree 36 Seed coating 38 Kind of nest 39 Actually: 5 words 42 Room 43 Ten percenter 44 Mesh 45 Tract 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-- Army VIP: 2 words 8 Recent: Comb, form 9 Fissile rock Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: 10 Dog salmon 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 38 Scottish river 40 41 46 48 49 50 52 53 54 55 56 57 59 62 6/17/70 Flightless biro 7 Barb: Comb, form Marrow Lie close Inexperienced Doesn't dare: Dlaf. Greek letter Act in blustering manner Beards of grain Noah's son Hindu deity Mr. Skinner Kidney: Comb, form Tumor: Suffix W 42 3T 64 «7 2 r 40 57 24 18 25 43 65 29 26 50 22 47 59 38 0 30 48 60 63 69 2 32 52 33 53 Benedict Malin James Comati o/ 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, 111.; a daughter, Mrs. Virginia Elliott of Monte vista, Colo.; a sister out of state and 12 grandchildren. Gustav Gustavson Gustav L. Gustavson, 79, of 4211 N. SOth 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 grandchildren. John B. Duerson FLAGSTAFF - John Barbour Duerson, 73, retired ac- counant for Cambell-Francis Sheep Co. here, died Monday at the home of a son, Hugh, in Sedona. A native of Prospect, Ky., Mr. Duerson moved to Arizona in 1919, He was a second- degree Mason in the Tucson Consistory, a member of Flagstaff Masonic Lodge No.7 for 48 years and a second lieutenant in the 56th Field Artillery in World War I. He was a graduate of the University of Arizona. Memorial services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in the Church of the Red Rocks in Sedona. Masonic graveside services will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow in the Masonic section of Citizens Cemetery here. Survivors include two sons, Frank and Don, both living in California; a sister and a brother out of state and seven grandchildren. 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. Legal Advertising NOTICE OF SALE for'east); " and Susan III sell at ,...•.»• ....•/-.*" m iv,uu M.m. rnaay, rifiSn 26 '!^ 0 At C.hrysler Credit Coro£ fatlon, 1934 E. Indian Schop Road, PA 0 ?" 1 ,?- Arizona, The undersigned re- ^ilMER , Published: Arizona 1970. TO: David L. Wallace and Barbara Wallace. The undersigned will sell at public auction for cash, one 1969 Plvm- «..», o JT. f,, s er , | N RS2 3L9 E ,£[$, TERMS: CASH CHRYSLER CREDIT CORPORATION J.J. BIRMINGHAM _..,.. . . Collection Suoervlsor Published: Arizona Republic June 17, \LL FOR BIDS — .. w -- , v i >wi>ww f GIVEN that S6dl6d £i°R?J a L s w il' be received bv the Clerk of Jhe Board of Supervisors for the furnishing of the following item for Marlco- A.M., FRIDAY. JUNE 26. Serfar'Np., 70II4; Item. Conversion from Taoe to Microfilm Ife s « AwM"".. ?P?=J«"tlons on...these (or: • i www WWM11 ii iw afcvi i twa 11ui 19 un IMBwB {{Ids may obtain them from the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, Room 602, Maricppa .County Administration Bunding, 111 South 3rd Avenue. Phoenix, Arrzona. Bids will be ooened and read aloud In Room 606 immediately after tfie above-mentioned date. The Board reserves the right 1o relict any and all bids and to waive any Informalities In any bid. The Board shall Tel the contract, In the best interests of Marl co- pa County, to the lowest or best bidder, or may refect all bid? •~ l -—•!—•-"-- • LEGAL. NOTICE: the inoton A .public hearing, shall be held In d »trlcf offices, 106 East Washin Street. Phoenix, Arizona, on Monday. June 22, 1970 at 8:00 D.m. for the purpose cf presenting the proposed budget lor the Maricooa County Junior Coll District for me fl«c*l vear of 1970-71. MR. H. W. VAN 1. Colleae .00 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, 4200 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. 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 Rodriquez, 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 Help'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, Golda of Phoenix; a son, Ralph T. of Phoenix; a stepson, Sheldon Clark of Phoenix, and eight grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to Grand Canyon Col]<{/<- -BOO W Camt'lbart; Republic and Qffltefte „._ Phone 571-8000 Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. 120E. van Buren St. .. . 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Foreign and Military Rates on request CIRCULATION SERVICE 271-8381 OR 271-8356 Branch Offices and Representatives FOR CONTRACT RATE Informatlon Phone 271 -8764 OUT OF STATE RATES: (Minimum Charge $2.00). Copy received from outside the boundaries of the State of Arizona charged $1.00 per line per day. Service—Phone Alo 387-7845 Apache Junction 964-5649 Avondale 271-8302 Blsbee 432-5154 Buckeye 271-8302 Casa Grande 836-5723 Clifton 864-4255 Coolldge 723-3822 Cottonwood 634-5701 Flagstaff 774-7472 Gilbert 964-5649 Globe 425-2002 Chandler 964-5649 • Goodyear 271-8302 Havasu City 855-2186 Klngman 753-5694 Luke Field 271-8381 Mesa 964-5649 Miami 473-3261 Nogales 287-2910 Page 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. Sunday Deadline 1 p.m. Sat. Place Your Ads EARLY In the Day 8. 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 7am to 3pm 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 The following local classified rates apply to all no-contract advertising 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 lOc per word per day 4 Consecutive days lie per word per day 1 Day or Skip 'Day Orders 12c per word per day DISPLAY STYLE ADS: Using larger type, while space, centered lines, etc: 7 consecutive days 75c p«r line p«r day 4 Consecutive days 85c per line per day 1 Day or Skip Day Orders 9Sc per line per day 10% Discount Available For CASH ORDERS placed IN PERSON At The Classified Counter. MINIMUM CHARGE $2.00 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 ol lOc from the line rate and copy so ordered will appear under a separate — "Miscellaneous Classified" heading outside th* regular classified section. To Place Your Want Ads PHONE 271-8711 Announcements Claiui 1 through W Meeting Notices 'Silver Trowel Lodge *2? F 8. AM. Third degree 7 P.m. Visiting Masons welcome. Refreshments. . 0. _L._Pa_rscab_W.M.. 4 — Funeral __ Announcement* __ ACCERSON, Leonard W. Services will be conducted by Rev. H. Shelby Lee 10 a.m. today. Chapel In the Gardens, Mercer Mortuary. _ interment. Greenwood, _______ ..... AHNERT, Fred 10717 Camelot Circle. Passed away June 16lh, 1970. Survived by wife, Marlon; daughters, Mrs. Joy Steele ot Denver, Colorado, and Mrs. Gertrude Buchholz of Chicago, Illinois; four grandchildren. Private services will be held. Arrangements^ announced by Grlmihaw Braiili-Whllney, 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 call Thursday from 7 to » p.m. at Carr Mortuary. . . ....... BAECHLER, George W. Survived by wife, Bernice J. . of Phoenix. Daughters, Mrs. June Billo of Kltchner, Ontario; Miss Joyce Baechler, Mrs. Joan Crawford, Mrs. Jean Schram and brother, Lon all of Goderlch, Ontario. Services and interment will be In Goderlch, Ontario, Arrangements by Mercer Mortuary. BEVERLY, John Earl. Arranae- ments •pending, Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, Dl- C BRYAN ..... William. wjjson b . n Biii' T . rvices conducted by Rev. Joe allard and Dr. C. Vaughan Rock . . 3:30 P.m. today In Memory Chap- ei, A.L. Moore A Sons. Interment Greenwood. __ ______ BURR, Kathrvn. Arrangements pending. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, Director. CAMILLONE, Lxmette, L. Arrangements pending. Messlnger* Mortuary/ Scottsdale. CARROLL, Thomas C. Services 1 p.m. today at the Sunnyslope Chapel of Hansen Mortuary, Rev. J. Douglas Gaston officiating. In___.._ ....__ ._...-. COMAN, James Lindley. Services conducted by Rev. J. H. Machlan and VFW Lodge No. 720, 10 a.m. Thursday in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call from 2 p.m. today. A memorial in his memory to the Stanford University Memorial Fund, 301 Encino Hall, Palo Alto, Calif, is preferred. CORONADO, Robert G. Services 10 a.m. today at M. L. Gibbon* Mortuary Garden Chapei, 33 North Slrrlne, Mesa, Bishop Gulllermo Lopez, Spanish American Waid LDS Church officiating. Interment, Me-,a City Cemetery. DEMMON, Mauralee B. Services 10 a.m. Today Green Acres Mortuary, Scotlsdale. Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens. GRIFFIN, Lorlne. Wife of McKlnley Griffin. Sister of Louise Hoffman, Phoenix, Calvin and Clifford, Souls, Tex. Services Thursday 10 a.m., chapel of Webber & Sons Mortuary. Interment Double Butte. Visitation Wednesday p.m. GUStAVSON7"Gustav L: 4211 "N. SOth Dr. Survived by wife, Hildur; sons, .Robert, Phoenix. Leonard, San Pedro, Calif., David, Milwaukee, Lester, Green Bush, Wise.; one sister, Sweden; tix grandchildren. Prayer service at 3 p.m. today, Mdrvvdlt Ch»p*l cud Mor- tuiiy l-uimu tti«Kii «i.d ii. in- ii U.l tlUi Wx'j.l.luM., /ilii I 4— Funeral Anneunetmtitts .. Sage, director. j Estetle O. Survived husband, Samuel, Phoenix; son, Thomas, Tempe; brothers, Harmon. Chester, Claude, Ozman, Lewis and George flruce, all out of state Services 2:30 p.m. Friday Jt the Sunnyslope chapel of Han*•« Mortuary, Rev. BUI Hunt offi- Sr'VJM- Interment Memory Lawn. Thursday mav ' to * p ' m , be conducted at 2 o.m. today at Ji>eD«serf vie* Chape], M. t Gibbons, M o r t u a r y, 9702 East Apache Trail. Mesa, Rev. Vergal Smith officiating. Private crema- Tion. KELLEY, Elmer L. Rosary at 8 p.m. today in the chapel of the Roses Larry J. Melcher Mortuary. Requiem mass at 9 a.m Thursday at Christ the Kind Church. MALIN, Benedict L. Rosary 7 p.m. Lundtaerg's Golden Door Chapel; Younqtown. Reauiem mass 8 a.m. Thurs. St. Joachim's Catholic Church. Interment Sunland. _ McCLUEN. John Wayne." Services 2 p.m. today. Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Interment 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 eveninq. Larry J. Melcher Mortuary. MULLIGAN, Gene Warren. Srave- slde services 9:30 a.m. today at Double Butte Cemetery. Tempe. Arrangements by Camelback Sunset Chapel. Family requests contributions to the Arizona Kidney Foundation at Good Samaritan Hospital. PATTEN Charles H. Services conducted by Pastor Charles L. Strubel & Dr. H. C. Lindsay 11:30 a.m. today In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment G_reenwood. __ _____ _, __ PTHILLIPS, Larry, of 860) " North 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, Grlmihaw Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany Home Road. Interment Resthaven Park Cemetery. Friends may call 5-9 p.m. Wednesday. RABENSTElN, Irwln CY 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. SHAMAN, vida Inez, isis s. mth Dr., Cashion, Ariz. Passed away Sun. Arrangements pending. A. L. Moore & Sons. SKAGGS, Michael Gene Jr. 73 W. Vernon Ave. Son of Mr. 8. Mrs. Michael G. Skaggs Sr. Grandson of Mr. A Mrs. Floyd L. Day, Mrs. Betty Caroll, Phoenix. Passed away Sunday. Graveside services & 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- rlne, 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 Chapei. 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. Reauiem Mass 9 a.m. today, St. Anthony's Church, Mortensen-Klngs Funeral Center. VALLIERE, Clara C. Mass of Requiem 9 a.m. today In St. Matthew's Church. •Interment St. 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 16th, 1970. Survived by wile, Patricia; sons, Lee of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, James of Binghamton, New York; daughter, Mrs. William McNeir of Binqhamton, New York; father, James Wagner of Gllboa New York; sister, Mrs. Lee Moffatt, Phoenix; one grandson. Services and Interment Binghamton, New York. Friends may call, 5 to 9 P.m. today, Grlmshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany Home Rod. _ _ _ WHITE, Frances. Services '11:30 a.m. today, Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. WILLIAMSON, Dora. Graveside Services, 3:00 p.m. today. Resthaven Park Cemetery. Arrangements by Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 West Bethany Home Road. YAGO, Josephine Beatrice. Services conducted by Rev. Cliftord G Gose 10:00 a.m. today in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Interment Greenwood. Directors FtlRMAN'S ARIZ. FUNERAL HOME 37A_N,._3r(L.Aye, _ AL 3-2333 SUNNYSIDE MORTUARY 614 E. Townlev_ 943-7263 MESSINGER MORTUARY SCQXTSDALE ____ WH5£521 MERCER" MORTUARY" "~ ti*&3@£Z?L VrMKf A. L. MOORE & SONS FOURTH AVENUE AT ADAMS 252-3411 JO— Florists ~""DON"OFRIO"FLORAL"COr~~ Finest Flowers Since 1905. 254-6761 19— Cemetery Lota & StrvlcM TWO" mausoleum crypts at" Memory o2?^,, 0dlscount for Immediate 25— Lost . to CAT -orange and white. North of Caclus_Road 1 _Reward._948 : 0996 _ MEN'S wallet. Handsewri, 'brown, leather. Printed with "Dad." Vicinity 4500 East McDowell-lsl Street. 80l__Easf_vyashlngton. _ _ PAIR of prescription sun glasses, pold frames. Lost vicinity boat Bunching area Sahuaro Lake. ~" y; *.W~ t " e '" AnsToTa""" cat. s wearlnfl oranae .. SAINT Bernard I vicinity '"' 42nd 9.4W39?* C ° Ve ' lar ° e reward WALE ''"Basen'll, sririali,'~tan, curly taJled,_deeMIke_dqs. 266-3541. _ y REWARD, samoyed in vicinity T«th ontact: _ PIPE machine. Rigid "thread-0- Matlc, near 43rd Avenue and Greenway Road. $100 reward. Grand's Plumbing Co. 955-37BO. _ $50 REWARD, Small black dog with gold chain collar tag No. 90169. 4543 North 30th Avenue. _ ELDERLY female 'Sealp'oint Siamese. Country Gables. 942-1976; 262*6/0 7. _ __ MALE "Silver beige cinity 44th ------ ¥ RewajcLj SEALPOINT Slame-.., .„.„„.„, $100 REWARD Sealpolnt Siamesu female, Marcella. East 32nd Street/ Fllmore. Yellow collar and blu» tag. KJESHOND. Black, siiverT (Misty). - . TINY Yorkshire, black and gray, 2 pounds, noes by "Nickel". Needs medication, under Doctor's care Sore on rear. Lost 6-12. 7324 Eas. LaReata Vicinity Scottsdale-Thomas RoacL Reward. _?_45-4427. ____ CAT. Silver male" Persian, recently shaved, Reward. 944-4078 or ?92-2428,_ GRAY canvas, purse like sack "in Jempe area, Rural Road. Reward. y g /-1 566. _ BOYS black 5~s~peed bicycle. Re- W , a0rd .i,, 3127 North Mh Lane. 2Z1M434. __ _ ____ WHITE poodle, vlcintiy 40th STreet — Shea. Reward. 948-328.5. LOST sable and white female miniature coll e. Vicinity of Scottsdale and Camelback. Answers to Bonnie. LJberaT reward L 945-8533. _ VICINITY of Knoll Lake (NortTTof Payson). Wrlstwatch, billfold, eye- ql-isses... Reward. 253-432B. STRAW Purse, Thomas "Mall. 28—Found WATER Ski. Canyon Lake, Sunday, June 14. Contact Paul at Andy Clark Water SJds^ Identify. 279-6301. BEAGLE male. 942-2982. SHEPHERD, 5-6 months old. 265-4115! WHITE kitten, 14th Street and Polk. 258-2483. BROWNISH red hound dog. Chris- town area. 279-1277, BICYCLE found between "Central and 7th Ave. Please call 944-5968 for Information. WHITE " puppy, female 7th Street-Pplk. 571-0^97. 33—Auctions— P W. WOMACK HOWt!> Ownnw ol ' 33—Auctions— AUCTION CITY ^eommfsslonT 273-5918, mflfr ANNUAL seaied"WTucNon at the Ld_ea_PjirLor._See_columnj84. 4001 N. 7th St. 9AM & 7PM JOHN BRUNK & SONS, INC AUCTIONEERS _ 264-3204 "A-1 AUCTION "" " HAYDEN C. VAN CLEVE, AUCT. AUCTION SAT JUNE 20TH 1 P.M. 16' Ski barge boat with 35 ho motor, elec start, used 7 hrs. One 2? Airstream trailer, used very little, best cond. self cont., heater, bath, insta- matic hot water, gas or elec refria, scare tire, never used. Cornp household furnishings Inc color RCA TV, etc. Location of auction. West of Sedona one mile, southside of 89A. Stone house, back of Montgomery Ward store. JOHN BRUNK & SONS, INC AUCTIONEERS 264-32PJ AUCTION THURS. 6:30 P.M. 2633 E. INDIAN SCHOOL RD. Loaded with furniture, appliances & misc. Open for Inspection 4, consignment 'til 6:30 p.m. tonight. ,„ PHOENIX AUCTION 2744241 __ 274-5580 SCOTTSDALE AUCTION WHS-0741. Phoenix Homes Classes 'M threutf! 17J w>*>^xxx« > sxssx^s/«^\«\sxx\sstf 100—Phx, Homes All Areas $15,000-$2000 DOWN" Eurn..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 Separate family rm, 2 bath, bit-In kitchen. Can you believe $25,400? FHA-VA terms, SyRRARRER-BURK _ _ __ 277-5757 EXCELLENT "condition, three bedroom, I'/j bath, carpeting, refrisera- tor, stove, fenced. $13,950. $950 down, $150 monthly PITI. 2541 West Flower, 944-6029. NICE CLEAN SMALL HOME PLUS APT OVER GARAGE NEAR SHOPPING & HOSPITALS OWNER CARRY WITH REASONABLE DOWN NORM ANDERSEN RLTY 252-2962 WHY WASTE TIME LOOKING? Match your exact needs with thousands of homes we have for sale all over Phoenix. Dial C-O-M-P -U-T-E-R on your phone anytime. 24 Hrs. REFRIGERATED Nice 2 BR brick home. Furnished, ready to move into. Near Park Central shopping area. Has garage with rental unit, covered oatio & fenced back yard. Priced under $16,000. FHA or cash. Call 8. see today. JEFFRYES REALTY RESIDENTIAL-INCOME 252-6730 Eves. Bill 254-4661 GOLD KEY REALTY $8500 Imagine a Ige. 2 Bdrm., Ige. fenced yard, shade trees, workshop, new roof, new paint at this price. 264-9887 100 W. Camelback $s$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$T$$l»$$$$$$$$$$$ HOME FOR LIFE That's what this Is - a 3 BR. 1% bath refrig'd home with practically new w/w cpts, stove & refrigerator. It is only one blk from tncanto Park on a beautiful quiet tree lined street. Just $20,800. Call Duane, 253-3851 after 5 p.m. BOND REALTY WEST 937-2733 «$*$$ms$ts$s$$$$$ssssss$ss$$sss$s$$$ BETTER THAN NEW!! Refrigerated 3 BR and family room home iust 6 months old and owner transferred! Master bedroom has dressing room and walk-In closet, 2 lovely baths with vanities. Large entry hall. Beautiful extra large lot. 2-car carport. Close to Cortez Hi. Most cenven- ient area. Mid 20s and well financed! Quick possession. CLEVENGER REALTY NW corner Central 8, Thomas 279-5505 RAMBLING RANCH HOME APPROX 1 ACRE - HORSES This home has been remodeled inside & out. On beautiful shaded lot. 10 rms, 4 or 5 bdrms, plus den, also pool rm, living rm 18x28, fireplace, modern kitchen & family rm. Orangewood School. Owner leaving town. LOW TEENS-NO. PHOENIX Excellent 2 Bdrm. bonded brick, new roof, new carpet, Ig yard, all good condition. Quiet street, good neighborhood, shown by appt. EARL STOWE, Realtor 279-9325 5136 N. Central 274-5837 CITRUS BEAUTY" " You must see this nice 3-bdrm home — it has a lovely family rm., 2 bathrooms kins-size kitchen with loads of cabinets, carpets & drapes central refrigeration dbl carport workshop, beautiful patio, professionally landscaped } A acre Irrigated, fenced yard with mature citrus trees & plenty of flowers. Located in Madison & Central High area. It can be yours for only $27,900 with good terms. Tony RIMSZA Realty 6517 N. 7th St. 264-1881 EVE N | NGS_266-_493_3 SHARP 3 BDRM. NEWLY REDECORATED 8, includes such features as a fireplace, refrigeration, dishwasher, disposer & family room, w/arcadia door. Priced to sell auickly at $21,000 w-FHA terms. AWR APARTMENTS-WEST REALTY 2009 W. Behanv 277-1453 DOUBLE EVERYTHING Yes, that's right. Double garage, double carport and baths, with a red brick 3 bedroom, den, refriaer- ated home. Excellent condition. TOP school district. A must to see today at $19,900. HEISSER - SMITH REALTORS _944-1581 .nightor day MADISON - VISTA Refrig'd 3 bdrm red brick, entry hall, spacious dlnlng-livlnq area Lg bdrms. Lovely carpeting 8, draperies. Low 20's with new FHA. 2 BDRMS-WESTWOOD SCHOOL Immaculate frame home iust east of Black Canyon. Perfect for re: tired. Just $10,500. REALTY 264-9088 806 E. CAMELBACK RD. Eves 253-3408 279-7114 SPACIOUS three bedroom two bath home. 96x137' Irrigated lot. $20,800. Assume existing mortgage. PITI$87. home. 96x137' irrigated lot. $20,800. Appointment only. Pat Farreli Rlty, 277-6168. $$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$$»$$$$ RIGHT "ON COURSE" A Quality, custom built 3 bedroom, j bath home painted WHITE" In a verdant setting of GREEN with acres and acres of grounds provided by the Encanto Golf Course. Such an offering Is provided by this property convenient to St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix College, West Hi and all services. Priced in mid 30's including a host of "extras," with l?rgf> assumable loan at EDPOST REALTY 277-1444 5060 N. CENTRAL REALTOR "NO QUAl IFVlNG"~'EaVi "Tuims. lUK;. liluii IJU Iv.u Udinn. •• '"'/(I' >"'>.! ''. ! " I .., M • !•. I. A i '. ! ' ' 100—Phi, Homes All Areas "iedreom 5% >Jor_apartoen HALLCRAF ON ACRE SIZE LOTS 2 Locations Horse Privileges Irrigation W/w carpeting. refrFg'd air cond all electric Built-in kitchen* t much more Included. Guaranteed Horn* Exchange Program IMMEDIATE OCCUPANCY Some Models SUNBURST FARMS SUNBURST FARMS EAST Wth St. & Shea Blvd. 9484000 3 BR, FHA/VA $200 DOWN S & , Paint, Ige patio, lots of stg. S Rltv 943-7261___Eyes 997-0697 IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS JOHN F. LONG HOMES 32nd St. atyTjhundertlrd Rd. W. Indian School Rd at 62nd Ave 937-1627 NORfH CENTRAL AREA RIVIERA HOMES 944-0602 HIGHLAND Hlis, highest view A values. 22nd St. I'MvrTle "44.^ & NR WEST HI 5, PHX COLLEGE' at ^r',,L, bac ^dining & fam/rm 5' apfiralsal. F.H.A. terms. $23,000 258-BOSl Johnson I Johnson 949.5339 VA PROPERTIES~" FOR SALE REAL E S ST E ATT BROKER OF YOUR 5HOICE "BYOlR Nhnlxheothrn Valley. Will take cash & $13,500-FHA-VA-3 B)RM p 1n Buit wi.h ra E?» e/ov « en i n 7°™ 'kitchen with lots of cabined. Rear yard fenced with mature shadl trees a ' lot GOEBEL REALTY INC Realtor 600 WEST DUNLAP 944-9621 ' ~~2 BDRM REFRIGERATED Possession No\f This Charming Home oilv 5V? yrs. Xlnt condition. " term My be b ° U9ht ,, ° U9 she JIM MURRAY - REAL r OR 5107_h, 7 th St. " ____________ _, BONDED BRICK CHARTER H4 baths. Good N.W. location riome has 3 entrances. Could also be used as Doctor's rffice. Lot size 57 x 157. Zoned R-5. Call Betty, Eves: 265-3544. _. .HOME TRADES ACCEPTED THjRKHWl__ 264-4933 CUTE AS A BUTTON""" . area, utility room too! Disposal, carpeting, drapes & lots !? c . re — sep. garage in fenced lard. detal° nv $1M5 °- Cal1 'or termf & FRENCH REALTY _ 1502 W. Osborn 264-3711 Eves t»o JUST REDUCED $1000 movin9 and anxious, 3 ,oc$n. BANBURY 264-1531 5045 : N. 7th Ave. _______ phoerlx SWEET AND TOW PAUL HUND REALTY _,^10th_Ave._J ALLIED LOW CTl 277-4331 $16,000 NORTHWEST 3 Bedrms, 1% baths, w-vanlty. Large liv rm, range & oven Tri 1JOJLCAMELBACK 264-0876 CLOSE TO SCHOOLS!! grade thru college! 4 Bed- oTV?o bath h ? me ' hus "» living quarters for mother or mother-in-law w th its own entrance & "/< bath. Just $21 75011 CLEVENGER REALTY NW «• Thomas JUST LISTED - bdrm 1% ba home, step-in liv rm. A beautlfi/l glassed-in lanai. CLEMENTS 263-7753 5039 N, 7th Ave. Call 24 hours daily 3 BR.- HORSE PRIVILEGES c ! ean . <=ystom built A -i., e 'ocated nea Ave. & Northern. It has 2 . m u 'ocated near 35th . rn. It has 2 baths a tractive living rm vng rm w/woodburning fireplace, deluxe kitchen with bullt-lns & loads of cabinets, sep. fam/rm., w/w carpeting & drapes, well land"aped V, acre Irrigated lot w"th tony RIMS/A Realty «I7 N. 7th St. 264 1881 EVENINGS 266 4933 Wi w roropAM, $10 oco

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