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   Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - December 23, 1965, Tucson, Arizona                              PAGE 30 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1965 PUBLIC RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES f John M. Knapp Jr., 23, Tucson, anc Mary S. Qulhuls, 21, Tucson. BUI Whltteotton, 23, Tucson, and Joyc -E. Slgronn, 17, Tucson. M. Klrshntr, 20, Tucson, ant -Mlcnele Wexler, 20, Phoenix. Twrance Talaswalma, 24, Tucson, anc J. Waterman, 23, Tucson. Lawrence B. Eberly, 21, Wauseon, WIs., and Meroaret L. Tlnnel, 17, Tucson. Arnott A. Evers, 21, Glla Bend, Minerva R. Munoz, 16, Alo. Mark E. Loforeen, 18, Oracle, and Beverly K. Benedict, II, San Manuel. Francis D. Carrier, 23, Ithaca, N.Y. Donna J. Miller, 18, Tucson. Andrew F. Delores, 34, Sells, and C. Lopez, 24, Newflelds. Thomas F. Kuzma, 22, Tucson, and A. Covey, It, Tucson. Lehman R. Benaway, 22, Sprlna Lake Mich., and Mary J. Bruins, 23, Holland Mich. DIVORCES Audrey M. Prell vs. Stanley A, Prell decree. Sandra K. Pe-laar vs. Gerald A. Pelaar decree. William J. Mehle vs. Marian E. Mehle decree. Juanlta K. Lovelace vs. James Love- lace, decree. Eleanors P. Chllders vs. Dallas Chlldei Jr., complaint. Julia A. Ruli vs. Ray G. Rulr, com- Lucia Duffy vs. James J. Duffy, com Ofel'ra Torres vs. Modesto Torres, com Rafael Corrales vs. Manuela Corrales .tomplaint. Marie A. Cox vs. Edwin L. Cox, com- plaint for annulment. Shirley M. Spellmeyer vs. Glen E. Spell meyer, complaint. Dorothy M. Morgan vs. James Morgan "'dismissed. Anne Boxley vs. Charles Boxley, decree BIRTHS ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL 'Mr. and Mrs. Edward Sheean, 2825 Malvern, a slrl at a.m. Dec. 22. "Mr. and Mrs. Eracllo'Matrecito, 2110 N. 1st, a boy st a.m. Dec. 22. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Houston, 1817 N Nancy Rose, a boy at a.m. Dec. 23 TUCSON GENERAL HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Leslie A. Powell, 4224 E. 31st, a girl at p.m. Dec. 22. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER "Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zabolnlk, 3631 E, S3rd, a sir! at p.m. Dec. 22. and Mrs. Robert Wolley, 240 N. "t-'ansley, a boy at p.m. Dec. 22. TiAr. and Mrs. John Ward, 1725 W. Wermore, a slrl at p.m. Dec. 23. and Mrs. Jimmy Peralta, 647 W. Lester, a boy at a.m. Dec. 23. FIRE CALLS (Calls hi 14 Hours to I a.m. Today) a.m.-Ensine 14 to 423 W. Louisiana St., overheated furnace. V 2 to 2800 E. .'Aviation Hwy., first aid. p.m. Jator run to Foothills Lodge. first aid. 1 to 218 S. Ave., first aid. 1 to 143 E. Yavapal ST., first aid. 1 to 828 N. loth -'Ave., first aid. 9 to S. Alamo Ave. and E; 22nd St., needless call. -C 1 to 5442 S. Champion Ave., first aid. 1 to 408 S. 5th ,-JKve., first aid. Truck 7 to Links Road and Pantano Wash, res- >xue. 1, Engine 2 -'and Ladder 1 to 326 S. 21st St., resi- dence firs. truck 15, Tanker and Car 24 to 1242 Alleghany St., fire. TVA Raises Pay For v Employes Tenn. ffl Tennessee Valley Authority "announces wage increases aver- aging 3.6 per cent for approxi- mately trades and labor employes. The new wage schedules go in- to effect Sunday for sala- .ried employes performing ope- rrating and maintenance work, on Jan. 1 for about -hourly construction workers. The pay boosts will raise -TVA's base payroll cost an es- .-fimated S2.7 million a year, TVA Manager L. J. Van Mol "Under the TVA Act, TVA jnust pay the prevailing rates of pay for similar work in the Van Mol said. "The new rates therefore reflect pay increases negotiated during the past 12 months between other Imployes and unions in the re- gion." TVA gave the following break- down on increases for hour-paid workers: Boilermakers, to bricklayers, to car- penters, to electri- cians, to ironwork- ers, to laborers, to plasterers, to roofers, to .sheet metal workers, to plumbers and steamfit- ters, to teamsters, to Among the salaried employes, rmri J. r .r_ JOJU, 'metal trades receive an increase of a year; carpenter, .and laborers, FOR OVER 40 YEARS FLOWERS by HAL BURNS 3600 E. SPEEDWAY Ph. 325-2634 LANGERS' all your floral needs E. Pennington MA, 2-4688 Tom Inglis Flowers 2362 E. BROADWAY 622-4643, ANNOUNCEMENTS Funeral Announcements I BALL, Lenora, age 54, of 4738 E. Scarlett, died December 22nd. Survived by brother, Rexford L., of Ceres, Califor- nia. Services will be Friday, a.m., Dec. 24th in Palms Chapel. Interment in South Lawn Memorial Park. Friends may call at the Mortuary after 2 p.m. on Thursday, December 23rd. BOUTWELL, Colbert T., 63, of the Avra Valley Store, died December 23rd. Sur- vived by his wife, Beulah; and mother, Mrs. Argie B o u t w e 11. Arrangements pending, Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. COX, Samuel G., 53, 3929 W. Wildlife Drive, passed away December 21st. Survived by wife, Pearl; son, Thomas; daughter, Peggy Oden, Tuc- son; nine grandchildren; sis- ter, Dorothy Gray, Michi- gan; brother, Phillip, Tuc- son; mother, Willie McKee, Tucson; sisters-in-law, Max- ine Johns, Michigan, Hazel Cox and Mrs. George Mar- shall, both of Tucson. Funer- al services will be conduct- ed Friday, 10 a.m., Adah- Chapel, Father Thomas Leonard, Chapel of Christ The King Episcopal Church officiating. Interment in Ev- ergreen Cemetery. Arrange- ments by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. DUERR, Florence R., 68, 412 N. Silverbell, died December 22nd. Survived by daughters, Florence E. Sundell, and Anne E. Fairbrother; one granddaughter, Linda Fair- brother, grandsons, Gary and Greg Sundell, all of Tuc- son; mother, Mrs. William F. Rex, of Richmond, Vir- ginia. Services Friday, 1 p.m. in St. Paul Episcopal Church, with the Rev. Kreit- ner officiating. Burial in Grantwood Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers friends may make donations to the American Cancer Society or the St. Paul's Episcopal church. Palms Mortuary in charge. Friends may call after 2 p.m. on Thursday. FORD, Raleigh B., 43, of Ben- son, Ariz., entered into rest December 21. Son of Ra- leigh Sr.; brother of Andre E., Karen F. Ford, all of Benson, Ronald L., Vestal, N.Y., Arnold K., Tulsa, Okla., Albert S., Germany. Arrangements are pending at firing's Funeral Home. FRY, Helen M., 59, 3215 E Linden, passed away Decem- ber 22nd. Survived by hus- band, 'Robert; son, Robert Jr., Taiwan; daughter, Do- lores Wiley, Tucson; four grandchildren; mother, Mrs. C. L. Waughtel; sisters, Mrs. L. V. Snelling, Mrs. Dorothy Smith, all of Indi- ana. Funeral services will be conducted Friday, 10 a.m., Catalina Methodist Church, Reverend Hayden S. Sears officiating. Intermentin Evergreen Cemetery. Ar- rangements by Adair Fu- neral Home, Dodge and Speedway. GASCOIGNE, Edwin W., 64, 1242 N. Euclid, passed away December 22nd. Survived by sister, Mrs. Amy Swindle, Tucson. Arrangements pend- ing at Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. HENDERSON, Howard E., 61, of 4524 E. Bermuda, en- tered into rest December 21. Husband of Lola H.; brother of Marion F., Leland V., both of Tucson, Donald, of Jacksonville, 111. Funeral, 10 a.m., December 24, at the Seventh Day Adventist Church, 1200 N. Mountain, with Pastor Charles Cook officiating. Burial in Grant- wood. Friends may call at firing's Funeral Home from 2 to 8 p.m., December 23. Family requests donations to Arizona Heart Fund in lieu of flowers. HOYT, Miss Agnes H., 75, of 1418 E. Drachman, died De- cember 22nd. Survived by a sister, Mrs. Helen Newcom- er, of Florida; and a broth- er, Archie Hoyt, of Iowa. Ar- rangements pending, Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St._____________________ JAASTAD, Henry 0., 93, of 3426 E. Hawthorne, entered into rest December 21. Hus- band of Juliet; brother of, Julia J a a s t a d, Lina Quarve; uncle of Nickola Erdahl. Funeral, 3 p.m., December 24, at Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church, with E. Arnold Sitz officiating. Burial in Ever- green. Friends may call at firing's Funeral Home from 2 to 8 p.m., December 23. TO PLACE A Dia IE 2-5855 Funeral JORDON, Walter, 52, of 3406 S. Lundy, died December 22nd. Survived by his wife, Estelle; and brother, Elmo. Arrangements pending, Ari- zona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. KINNISON, John Eomett, 62, of .1415 W. Wetmore Rd., died December 22nd, in Long Beach, Calif. Survived by his wife, Eva; son, John E. Kinnison, Jr.; brother, H. A. Kinnison; and a granddaugh- ter, Laurel Kinnison. Ar- rangements pending, Ari- zona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. KONDZIORSKI, Joseph J., 75, 4855 E. 2nd St. passed away December 21. Survived by daughters, Florence Sher- bin, of Tucson, Mrs. Amelia Gozdecki, of Chicago; five grandchildren. Services and burial will be in Chicago. Local arrangements by Val- ley Funeral Home, MAYNARD, Lynn Michelle, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Maynard, Tuc- son, passed away December 21st. Also survived by broth- er, Brian; sisters, Collene and Lisa; maternal grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al- bert Laib, Washington; pa- ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Maynard, Washington. Graveside serv- ices will be held Friday, a.m., South Lawn Me- morial Park, Reverend Keenan Sheldon, Rincon Congregational Church of- ficiating. Arrangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. PAUL, Isaac, 83, "of 2525 N. Alvernon, died December 22nd. Survived by a brother, Sam Pock; and a cousin, Mrs. Abraham Klein. Serv- ices Friday, p.m., Ari- zona Mortuary Chapel, Stone and Third St. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery. PERSON, Patricia Lee, 26, 5234 E. 24th St., passed away December 21. Gradu- ate associate teacher at U of A, Department of Mathematics. Survived by husband, James; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee J. Swan- son, of Tucson; daughter, Gretchen; brother, Michael, of Tucson. Services, 2 p.m. Friday at the First Meth- odist Church with Dr. Lee Scott officiating. In lieu of flowers the family requests donations to U of A Commit- tee of Scholarships and Awards. Private interment inEvergreen Memorial Park. Arrangements by Val- ley Funeral Home. ROSS, Walter R., of 635 N. Jerri Blvd., died December 21st. Survived by son, How- ard, of Tucson, brother C. H. Ross; sister, Mrs. Alice Hughes, both of Tucson; granddaughter, Mrs. Sydney Merritt, of Phoenix; 4 great grandchildren. Funeral 3 p.m. Sunday, December 26th, in Palms Chapel. Bur- ial in Evergreen Cemetery. RUIZ, Mike, 17, 725 W. Da- kota, passed away December 20th. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Ruiz; sisters, Mrs. Emma Bernal, Misses Roseanna and Re- becca Ruiz; brother, Alber- to Jr.; grandparents, Mr. Francisco Ruiz, Mrs. Maria A h u m a d a, Mrs. Nellie Pritchard. Rosary will be re- cited Thursday p.m., Tucson Mortuary Chapel. Mass to be offered Friday 9 a.m., St. John's Church. Burial in South Lawn Me- morial Park. Arrangements by Tucson Mortuary. SOFTLEY, Arthur, 69, of 3237 N. First Ave., died Decem- ber 21st. Services Friday, 11 a.m., Arizona Mortuary Chapel, Stone and Third St. Interment, Evergreen Ceme- tery. In lieu of the usual remembrances, memorials may be made to the Amphi Men's Club. Friends may call at the mortuary Thurs- day afternoon and evening. WEEVSHEIMER, Eugene H., died December 19th in Mer- ritt Island, Florida. Survived by his wife, Betty; daughter, Kimberly; and son, Chris. Arrangements pending, Ari- zona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. WHTTLOCK, George D., 66, of 415 E. 5th Street, died December 21. Arrangements to be announced by the Swan Funeral Home. CLASSIFIED Rates and Deadlines Minimum Cash Ad 10 words S .V) Minimum Charge 10 words Sl.OJ Five words to the LlM Retet Word Number of All Day Consecutive Days Rate I (Same Copy t .09 K .27 37 2 (Same Copy 3 Cocv 4 (Same Cooy 5 (Same Coey (Same Coey 7 (Same Cop Plus City and Clianar ot COPY Charm 50c Box Number Service 75c Additional State Tax 49 CLASSIFIED (Confd) ivcxm inc right to edit, properly Jf r elect My cooy tor DEADLINES New Ads-Weekdays S P.M. Change of copy, corrections and cancellations 4 P.M. New 4 P.M. A SOUND IDEA- FOR FASCINATING FAMILY FUN CONN WITH A noticeable DIFFERENCE 4530 E. Broadway 325-6981 BROADWAY ORGAN CENTER MUSICAL Instruments: Typewriters) cameras; guns; luggage. JALOTTE Sales, 3343 E. Speedway DECORATOR lamps shades Va price. Mitchell's Furn. Co.. 1520 E. .Broadway, 422-7461.________________. Make this Christmas last longer for you and your Family with a Tear Drop Camper or Camp trailer! LEE BRELAND 1335_Benson Hv.V, MAKE BILL'S AUCTION YOUR SANTft'S CENTER THIS CHRISTMAS! Sale every Tfiurs. A.M. i 7 P.M. YOU'LL FIND IT AT BILL'S! 4501 E. 22nd St. _________ 325-8915 DUPONT nylon carpeting installed, 30 yards S179.95. Mitchell's Furn. Co., 1520 E. Broadway, 422-7461._________ CHRISTMAS PARTIES NEW YEAR'S EVE Make her happier with a lovely Human Hair Wig from as low as Wiolets Ponytails, J19.95. T ms available. M'LADY WIG SHOPPE 1068 N. Campbell 325-3364 Lost i Found LOST: Flowing Wells area, black, while and tan Wirehaired Terrier. Name "Hannibal." Reward. 887-1994. LOST: Blond Pekingese, and large smoky colored cat. Country Club- B roadway. 793-8025._________________ LOST: Black and tan doq with leash and license. Vicinity Ironwood Rd. Call Dr. Ness or Mrs. D. D. Mer- rill. 795-1134._______________________ LOST: Tricolored Pekingese, 6 years old. Vicinity 5th-Country Club. Re- jward. EA. 5-3415. 327-0272.__________ LOST: One screw on pearl earring with small diamond. Vicinity Casas Adobes Shopping area. Reward. 325- LOST; Mixed collie, orange. "Lady." Vicinity Oracle River LOST: Reading glasses in bone col- ored case, reward, 326-3992, 325-5898. PET position wanted. Qualifications: Handsome young lipht brown male doo. Needs owner or owner. Reward: Lifetime devotion. 793-2723. LOST: Near corner of Llmberlost 8  conrtecflonsTTl and bonded contractor. Doty's Pipe- line Construction, W6-0895 txPERT heatlno, plumblns. No Evenlnil Sunday- REMODELING t KEFA1HS HOME PEPAIRS _ RSMODELING Small Jobs Welcome services- Call anytime MARTY'S___________________327-7290 ROOFING (OOFING, rooJ coatlnq 4 792-OOS4. Ir.' Shtngllno: m lucson. uicensed. Bonded. Free Est. Raymond Curtis. 294-8637, SAND AND GRAVEL ACME SAND GRAVEL Mesa Blend Soil Roclt Marble. CALL 298-1864. E' 22ndt Pantano TREE SERVICE trimming, removal. Est. 327-5228. j( Trlm; wni Ing; feeding; jpravlnq. UPHOLSTERING uonoistery. good rates, free est Work guar. Private party. AX. (8.3439 p ffrst Upholstery School B.pgy 'or material only, labor free Rl.ihrwav Upholstery School 792-37 725 YARD SERVICE TREE work; quick, monthly maintenance; brick work; hauling. Power tools. Est. 327-5228. _ _ 204 W. Grant TUCSON SCHOOLING Business Training 13 NIGHT CLASSES Beginning Jan. 3 BEGINNING ACCOUNTING ADVANCED ACCOUNTING BEGINNING SHORTHAND SHORTHAND REVIEW COURT REPORTING STENOTYPING OFFICE MACHINES IBM KEYPUNCH NCR CASHIER 537 S. Stone 422-7421 DAY CLASSES Beginning Jan. 3 ACCOUNTING SHORTHAND REVIEW FILING BEGINNING SHORTHAND MACHINE SHORTHAND CIVIL SERVICE BUSINESS CORRESPONDENCE BUSINESS ENGLISH PAYROLL OFFICE MACHINES IBM KEYPUNCH PBX SWITCHBOARD NCR CASHIERING 537 S. Stone 422-7421 Employment Prep. 14 TUCSON'S First upholstery school, free labor you pay for materials only. Rightway Upholstery School _ 634-1412. _ Men Urgently Needed COMPUTERS-SPACE MISSILE-AUTOMATION INDUSTRIAL COMMUNICATIONS ELECTRONIC We want to Interview men who would like unusual opportunities to train for good lobs now open In electronics. Earn while learning with DEVRY'S MODERN ELECTRO-LAB. Write DEVRY for appt.. Box 307, Rt. 6, Schools Instructions 15 Great need for the well trained MEDICAL SECRETARY Limited JAN. 3 TUCSON COLLEGE, 929 N. SWAN "Your Eastside School" Eves. 298-8487 ATTEND Tucson's Oldest Finest BUSINESS COLLEGE HIGHEST RATES GET OUR FREE BROCHURE ARIZONA COLLEGE OF COMMERCE 131 E. Broadway _ 623-47J6 ELECTRONICS NEW CLASSES Beginning Jan 3rd SECRETARIAL BOOKKEEPING Beginning Jan 10th DRAFTING Immediate Openings "EXCELLENCE IN SPECIALIZED EDUCATION" Monthly Payment Plan Lifetime Free Review Job Placement "APPROVED FOR VETERANS" Member Of "United Business Sdwols Assn." 443 S. Stone 792-1411 1 EMPLOYMENT Employment Agencies 16 SERVICE DOWNTOWN RM. 804 PHOENIX TITLE BLDG. EASTSIDE PARKING Rm. 202, 4439 E. Bdwy, Shadron Bldg. Journeyman elect, comm To Delivery driver. Class B lie. Chemists, research lab (2) Elect engr, electronic Chemists, research lab (2) Tech-Writers-electronics Sales, application engr Electronic tech, 22-50 TV Audio tech. Exp........To Journey mach (3) ..........To Diesel mech, hvy equip Sales rep. Malor co dgr ......To Retail assist mgr ............To Inside sales, electrical..... Comptroller, CPA, local ofc Acct ofc mat Indust .....To Public act, CPA, Xlnt oppf Chief accnt, medical field Pub ncct, Sr's Jr's dgr ...Tops CLERICAL Buyer, lite bkps Bkpr. finance ofc exp G-Frl, credit clerK Secty, ensr dept Typist, real estate exp. 30-45 F.C. Bkpr, constr exp Medical secty, Teller trainee, 30-35, 5 days Typist G-Fri. Will train Exec sectv, malor lei firm ..To Leoal secry. plush office Purchasing clerk G-Frl Credit Clerk, 2W5, typist Employment Agencies Public Relations, excellent potential, Professional 400 Title Bldg. 7Y2-C382. _ P G EMPLOYMENT 2000 E. Speedway, Krone: Bldg. 327-2087 or Job Openings for MALE HELP FEMALE: All phases of office help SECRETARIES If you thinking of changing posi- tions, plewt see us. We have open- Ings tor excellent Secretaries, Secre- tary-Stenos, etc. FAR WESTERN PLACEMENT 301 1 Arizona Land Title Bldg. 623-5737 Management Trainee Spanish speaking, 21-29, High School graduate. Professional Place- ment. 400 Phoenix Tltte Bldg. INSTALLMENT LOAN Must have bank or experience. Need immediately. Professional Placement, 400 Phoenix Title Bldg. 792-0362. _ Machine Bookkeeper Experienced in NCR or Burroughs machine. 5 days, mo. Profes- sional Placement, 400 Phoenix Title Bids. Help Wanted Male A AND E Mechanics. Apply to Mr. Vermllye, station manager. Apache Airlines. Terminal Building, Tucson International Airport. AUTO STORE MANAGER Large Los Angeles iobber will be here In January to Interview person- nel. Write resume to Day 'N' Motor Parts, 965 Venice Blvd., Los Angeles 15. CallfV ________________ SALES Clerk with hardware, elec- trical, cooling heating. Salary plus commission. Good company benefits. 1920 Miracle Mile._______________ CABINET Markers Wanted. Certlfed _Wood_Products._3541 _S._12th_Aye._ CAS'UALTY adluster for large insur- ance company. Minimum 2 years ex- perience reaulred. Company car. Excellent company benefits. Send resume to P.O. Box 12367.__________ PER MONTH (Salary Plus Bonus) Age over 25, married, with de- pendable car. Complete sales train- Ins furnished at our expense. See Mr. Deere In person, at 47 N. Scott (10 to 12 A.M. ONLY) FRY COOK APPLY IN PERSON JOHNIE'S 2545 E. Speedway_________ BROILER man. Apply In person. Rib barbecue. 5975 E. Soeedwav. EXPERIENCED service station man- aaer-operator for approximately 4-4 months employment. Apply In person, E. Golf Links Rd._______________ COPPER SMELTER Maintenance Work Ironworker. Must have served ap- prenticeship or equal and have experience In layout. Journeyman electrician. Must have served apprenticeship or equal. Apply In person Employment Off- Ice, American Smelting and Re- fining Co. Hayden, Arizona. An Equal Opportunity Employer Help Wanted 18 WOOL and silk presser, good work- Im conditions. Experienced, steady. _298-7314._________ SALES peoole canvassers (male or female) for roofing firm. Universal Roofers Remodelers. 2050 E. 14th. 792-0054.________________________ RN'S. LPN'S, AND aides. All shifts. Full or part time. 327-6261. MEDICAL RECORDS LIBRARIAN, REGISTRATION NOT MANDATORY IF BACKGROUND AND EXPERI- ENCE QUALIFY. SALARY OPEN. CONTACT ADMINISTRATOR, GILA GENERAL HOSPITAL, GLOBE, ARI7._______________________ STUDENTS with cars to sell fruit, cake and pecans. Kelleys Special- ties. 2112 E. 18th St. Sales Positions 19 INTERNATIONAL organization offers outstanding career position to Quali- fied men. Two positions are now open in Tucson. Call Mr. Mauseth at 327-6233 for 'A hour Interview and learn how you can achieve a 5 figure income your first year. If you are not career minded do not call as our organization will spend thou- sands of dollars training the Two men we select. Call 9 S P.M. weekdays. _ PART time-advertlsinq sales-only ex- perienced and well recommended need apply. Salary and commls- .'lo.n.. Phone 298-3521. _ WANTED A PLEASANT FEMALE VOICE If you have a personable voice you may be the one we are looking for. Experience preferred but not neces- sary. We will train. Salary plus many other benefits. Call 424-8267, ask for .Woody Janda. _ SALESMAN WANTED Taking applications starting Monday, December 27th. SINGER CENTER Help Wanted, Female 20 NURSES AIDES Apply In person. Llghthartls. ,2834 E. Grant__Rd. EXPERIENCED barmaTd fry cook, Apply in person, after AM. ..5915 E. Speedway. _ COCKTAIL WAITRESS Must be experienced, neat, attrac- tive. For fine dining room. Sophisti- cated clientele. Contact Mr. Charles Kerr, after P.M. for Interview. 298-2351. _ _______________ SECRETARY-Receptionist for well es- tablished realtor. Shorthand, flood ty'st, 5'A day week, should live east side. Give experience, education, age and marital status. Start minimum salary with Increases. Star-Citizen BOX414-S. _ ____ _ EXPERIENCED Fry Cook. Apply in person only. Wllcox Cafe. 117 N. 4th Ave. _ ATTRACTIVE women wanted. Glam- orous profession as Beauty Con- sultants for Holiday Magic Cosmet- ics. Call 327-0506 or 623-3045 for ap- polntment. _ _ _ WAITRESS Needed, a private club a neat, courteous, and know- ledgeable waitress. Must be experi- enced, in formal service. Excellent working conditions. Contact MA 2- 2811, between or to GO-GO Girls Wanted. Steady work, Es- gulre Club. 225 E. Congress. 422-1072. LEGAL Secretary. State age, experi- ence, salary, references. Commercial experience preferred, but not re- gulred. Star-Citizen Box 418-S. MEDICAL SECRETARY '.Yanfed for evening shift, transcrib- ing in local hospital. Accurate typ- ing and knowledge of medical termi- nology essential. Excellent working conditions. Star-Citizen Box 419-S. GENERAL OFFICE WORK stock control helper in furniture store. EXPERIENCED waitress S. iady dishwasher. Apply in person. Gus _Balon's Restaurant, 4027 E. 22nd. WAITRESS EXPERIENCED PREFERRED DAY SHIFT APPLY IN PERSON JOHNIE'S 5455 E- Speedway _ HAIRDRESSER, must know high stylinn coloring. Also shampoo -Irl. Apply Seven Seas Beauty Salon, 2M E. Congress, phone 623-9351. Need money to pay bills? BEAUTY COUNSELORS has openings. Start _now. We train. Ph 326-1713. CAR HOPS APPLY IN PERSON JOHNIE'S ___ 5455 __ HOSTESS needed at Ef Corral Res- taurant. Apply 1800 N. Miracle Mile _ Strip. LADIES AVON CALLING! Money for you in territories available now in both resi- dential and apartment house areas. Earn vacation money representing nur company near your own home. Act now Phone 327-4041. Domestic Help Wanted 21 HOUSEWORK S, BABY CARE. Car- References-Health Card. Live-In or _QuL 326-6203 or 792-2507.____________ Housekeeper Month Live-in, private room. References required. Write Star-Citizen Box 404-S Buy, sell, rent, hire, trade With a Star-Cit. Want Ad Wanttd 21 LIVE-IN Young g wxueMp- Ing, companion to 14 old girl. Phone 326-2126! U RE woman to live in, school age children. References required. 7516. 9-2. __ _______ _ HOUSEKEEPER tTbabysltter, clean dependable. Live In or 291- _ HOUSEEEPER, live In, plain cook- ins, 2 school children end 1 adult. 298-8112. _ to for child In my home do lloht housework. Must live-in. days. week. Contact Arizona State Employment, 403 W. Situations Want., Male 22 JANITOR WANTS steady lob, nights Handy, dependable. In town or coun- try. St8r.Cltl7.en RQX 417-S. ____ MARRIED student wants part time evening work. Experienced bookkeep- ing. Write Polo Village 73A. Situations Want., Fern. 24 IRONING done. per dozen, neat, fast service. _ LADY wants day's work; have refer- ences. Call 6M-S728. _ HOUSECLEANING. an hour. r M7-3667 Child Care 25 FOR SHOPPERS and parties. Infants and_up. 4602 E. 16th Street.325-4621. WEEKLY. Health card. El Rancho area. Meals. References. HUMPTY DUMPTY Nursery. Open overnlte New Year's Eve. Make reservations now. 327-4485. SUGAR 'n Spice week- Jy. 3219 N. Geronlmo. 623-7J69._______ TINY TOT TENOERS NURSERY kindergarten, reasonable Services For Exchange 26 RETIRED couple, morning chores In exchange for apartment and utilities, on guest ranch. Some wages. 622- Autos Wanted 28 WANTED, Wrecked or cars trucks W-tltles. MA. 2-7040, 297-3481. WE need cars with titles for wreck- Ing. Parts for less. Mason's Auto TOP CASH P'RICES FOR GOOD CLEAN CARS SEE WM. SILVER- MAN AT BROADWAY SWAN. _wiLLiAM'S AUTO SALES.______. I WILL PAY top price for 1959 and older model cars Bring it by before you sell. Jimmy's Auto Sales Inc. 3435 E. Speedway. Autos for Sale 29 '59 CHEVROLET Impala, MOO. 298- EXTRA nice J45> Packard, stick shift. New rubber. t95. 294-4175.___________ 1957 FORD sedan, standard, excel- lent motor. 1957 Bulck sedan. 327- ,9000, 624-3389.________________________ 1958 CHEVROLET 2d Sed. 4 cyl. Std. Trans. Hall damage, runs nice S395. ALAN C. COE'S Economy Mc- tors. 1015 N. Stone. 422-5444. 1959 BUICK INVICTA, 4 dr. all power, air, low mileage, exception- ally clean, new tires, a real buy 1995. Private owner. 867-3474.________ 64 Cadillac COUPE DeVILLE Bucket seats, vinyl roof. Full power, air. over low book BOGARD CMC 5151 E. Speedway 795-1701 1963 FAIRLANE 500, 6 cyl., auto trans, radio heater. Excellent con- dltlon. 327-8351.______________. 64 BUICK RIVIERA Make offer. 2333 E. Glenn, Apt. 117, 325-2181.___________________________ 1961 BUICK SPECIAL deluxe station wagon. V-8, automatic transmission. Radio. S700 or make offer. 296- _3071____________ 1944 RAMBLER, R-H. auto. J1600. Will trade. CY 7-2330, Barrenche. 64 Monza COUPE, RADIO. HEATER, 4-SPEED TRANSMISSION CITY AUTO 649 N. Stone 423-5491 711 So. 6th Ave. 424-0841 BE CITY 1951 FORD, 2-dr. 6 cylinder, over- drive, heater, sharp. 327-4748._______ 1942 DODGE Polara 500, 2 door se- dan, this is a lovely car, has everythlnq. Factory air, full biggest Dodge motor made. Private owner. See 2334 E. MA 4-7- ixle 500, '43 FORD Galaxle 500, white, low mileage, private owner, very clean. 325-4501.__________________________ 1941 CHEV. IMP. V8 Conv. Cpe. 348 3 spd. Std. Trans. Rad. Hts. new Top Real Nice. ALAN C COE'S Economy Motors, 1015 N. Stone 422-5444. ___________________ '52 FORD convertible, one owner, cleanest in town May seen at Capln's. Speedway Car Wash. 1960 CHEVROLET Impala "Spt; Cpe., Rad. Htr. Auto. Sharp. S995. ALAN C. COE'S Economy Motors, 1015 N. Stone, 422-5464.____________ 1963 BUICK Le Sabre 2 door hardtop In Molave mist with white top and beige Interior. Local l owner car, equipped with factory air and full power. Another value rated special. Reduce.d to AMSJMl CADILLACOLDSMOBILE DEALER 2121 E. Broadway MA. 4-0483 OPEN WEEKDAYS UNTIL 9 P.M. YOUR USED CAR FROM A MEMBER NEW CAR DEALER 64 Barracuda FAST-BACK COUPE Big V8, 4-speed. f with matching interior BOGARD GMC 5151 E. Speedway 795-1701 55 BUICK SPECIAL 4 Door Hardtop Original owner (private fully equipped, new rubber, must see, 2904 E. 8th St. Ph. 325-0293. Can finance, 65" Mustang Fast back X speed, V8, 289 enalne, one owner car. Like newl Buy for only 36 payments of WITH REQUIRED DOWN JAMES VW 930 E. Broadway at Park MA. 4-5J15 OPEN SUN. 12-5 Autos Sale 2f HILLMAN HUlky 1. 7A5 FOR'D Mustang, air. power eauloped. Warranty. '56 Lincoln, stood engine, 1100. 294- _W4L____ __ SACRIFICE "CHEVY I sedan, auto, trans. Factory air one owner less than IfclOO excellent tires _ Month Chev- rolet at AMERICAN AUTO J, TRUCK _R_ENTAl 801 N Stone 622-7677 SACRIFICE. 'U Chevrolet super sport convertible, white, air. power steer- oower brakes, automatic, excel- lent condition. Private individual. Make off'- "'1 E. Hampton. 298- 8733, ___ 64 El Camino Ch v. pIcKup, radio heater, 4-speed CITY AUTO 649 N. Stone 623-5491 711 So. 6th Ave. BE SURetlflUY CITY "CHE V. Belair, 4 door, hardtop, automatic, 3332 E. Valen- 3155 E. SPEEDWAY WHERE TONY PAT CURLEY ARE RINGING THE BELL FOR BILL EDEL MOTORS Olds Spt. Sedan HOLIDAY SPECIAL EACH FROM UP 58 PONTIAC SEDAN .SALE PRICE SEE THE LARGE STOCK OF GOOD LOW PRICED CARS 3155 E. SPEEDWAY ULTRA '60 OLDS, 88 4-door sedsn. The one with the Economy Engine! Beaut, finish, spotless Inf. 1-owner. Less than miles. Oh yes, has splendid tires. It's hard to find a car so well cared for. GUY BURNS STUDEBAKER ________3418 E. SPEEDWAY________ 1957 FORD Skyllner, make offer, Texaco. 3600 N. 1st Aye. 674-9164. _ MUST SELL '62 Cadillac, leaving town. 793-2012, 623-3832 after t.______; 61 CONVERTIBLE White, red Interior. Bla V8, stick, very clean BOGARD CMC So. 4th Ave. at 36th St. 624-8281 60 RAMBLER cyl, radio heater, overdrive, 4 door. CITY AUTO 649 N. Stone 623-5491 711 So. 6th Ave. 624-0861 BE SURE-BUY CITY 63 X-L 500 J1495 for this perfect white convert- ible with automatic transmission, t cylinder engine. New tires. 298-2264. 66. Olds Starfire HARDTOP COUPE Red, matching Interior. Full power, air, bucket seats. BOGARD CMC 5151 E. Speedway 795-1701 64 Chevrolet Blscayne 2-dr. V8, stick. White, turquoise interior. Really clean BOGARD GMC So. 4th Ave. at 36th St. I960 FORD VB Fairlane 500 V8 4d. Sed. Rad. Htr. Auto. Pwr. Str. ALAN C. COE'S Economy Motors, 1015 N. Stone, 622-5464. HILLSIDE MOTORS 52 GMC Truck Reg Vi ton 4 speed 62 Corvette H.T. 55 Chev. S.W. Reg. stick shift X70? E. Speedway _ CORVETTE. 327 engine. Beefed Hydro transmission. Must sell. 325- 0467. 64 GT Dodge Coupe This popular GT Sports model is in mint condition. Factory guaranty still in effect. Special 'Til Christmas JAMES VW 930 E. Broadway at Park. MA. 4-5513 OPEN SUN. 12-5 Check These Prices! Are you new in Tucson? COME IN AND SEE US Have you been bankrupt? COME IN SEE US Have you had a repossession? COME IN SEE US Have others turned you down? COME IN AND SEE US With required down payment there Is NO red tape side notes NO credit check furniture loan Co-Signers needed Collateral needed BECAUSE We carry our own contracts "Easiest place in town to buy a car" TODAY'S SPECIAL BARGAINS! 50 DODGE COUPE 54 BUICK 4 DR. j49 56 FORD 4 DR. 57 FORD 2 DR. 58 MERC. 2 DR 57 PLYMOUTH WAG. 56 CHEV. 2 DR. 59 CHRYSLER 4 DR 57 FORD HT s 99 60 CORVA.R 4 DR 60 CHEV. 4 DR 57 FORD PICKUP 58 MG RDSTR 63 FORD 4 DR. 62 BUICK DR. 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