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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - October 28, 1972, Tucson, Arizona Hughes'gracious, broker declares NEW YORK (AP) A Wall Street broker says indus- trialist Howard Hughes does business at odd hours, but that he -is not the physical freak others have made him out to Hughes has been described recently as having rolling eyes and long toenails. Julius H. Sedlmayr, a vice president of Merrill Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Smith, told Fortune magazine Hughes was "gracious and soft-spoken" and not at all bizarre dur- ing a meeting in Nicaragua last month to conclude a multi- million-dollar underwriting job. Sedlmayr, said he met with Hughes at a.m. Sept. 5 at the Hotel Intercontinental in Managua to get his personal approval of arrangements for the ?140 million public offer- ing of the Hughes Tool Co. The broker, who met Hughes some years ago, said he was sure the man he conferred with was the same man he: had known earlier. Second suit would halt bottomless dancer arrests A: second lawsuit has been filed asking the Pima County Superior Court to keep police from arresting bottomless dancers and the proprietors of places where such dancing oc- curs. The suit was filed yesterday by Attorney John Aboud on bdialf of Stanley Nevins, man- ager of the Birdcage, and six dancing women involved in an obscenity crackdown by po- lice. The suit charges that, the city, its police and its courts have violated freedoms, prop- erty rights and the right of the seven named in the suit to pursue their livelihoods. It asks the court to rule against the "invalidity, and uncon- of arresting or prosecuting such entertainers, and permanently keep police and fte courts away from the nude dance emporiums. A similar suit was filed -ear- lier this week on behalf of oth- er dancers, including some ar- rested in raids staged by po- lice Oct. 11. Flunk medical Two job seekers appeal to court Two men turned down for employment by the city of Tucson on recommendation of the city's doctor have taken their job hunt to court William Scott Billings and Michael Prete have asked the Pima County Superior Court to help them get the jobs they almost had with the Model Cities program. The two were turned down for employment on the recommendation of the city's doctor. Attorney Barry M. Corey filed the suit yesterday against the Civil Service Com- mission (CSC) of the city of Tucson and Paul D. Miner, secretary to the commission and personnel director for the city. The suit alleges that the two passed written qualifying ex- aminations, but flunked the physical required by the city. The suit asks the court to make the Civil Service Com- mission grant an appeal hear- ing. The CSC refused to hear the appeal, primarily because members felt they were not qualified to make a medical judgment and should rely on the recommendation of physi- cians. The suit hinges on an inter- pretation of the CSC regu- lations. One section allows the physician-recommended rejec- tion of a potential employe, but another allows for an ap- peal process, the suit said. The suit asks for an appeal before the CSC, and an in- junction to keep the city from filling the Model Cities job va- cancies that either Billings or Prete might qualify for if they win the appeal. Both had been recommended for jobs in that program, pending the physi- cian's endorsement. Miner said both were exam- ined by two doctors, and both doctors recommended that aeilher be hired. City policy Records Public MARRIAGES Janes P. Harmon, 22, of Tuesw, arrf J. Driwfnfln, IS, of Tucson. V. Borouez, of Tucson, and Ciena Orfleias, 19, ol Tucson. RoSeit C. Camsbtii, 20. of Tucson, and Susan M. Lander. 21, of Tvcson. Gar! L. Kelly, 19, of Tucson, and Karen L. A. Marshall. 19. of Tucson. OrviSle S. PyrsceJI, of Tucson, end A. Evans. 21. o! Tucson. Richard 1. Russeii. ol! Tucson, and Tern, 45, of TtKS-CO. r. ttstea, of Tucson. atxi Irene Y. 25. of Tucson. Daniel H. 25. of Oracle, and Oetorah A. Sate. 13, of Tucson. Davic! J. Kallner, 23, of Tucson, and Jo- J. Jenki-n. 24. of Tucson. Marc A. Miller, 19, of Tucson, end R. M, Rodriguez. 18. of Tucson. Giioerl R. Martinez, 51. of Tucson, and Dsima M. Ansulo. 19, of Tucson. Kenneth C. Killen. 25. of Pasadena, Calif., and Kathleen 1_ Hardy, 23, of Tuc- L. Antrim Jr., 19. of Tucson, and Diana M. Miranti. 18. of Tucson. James L. Looez. 37. of Tucson, and N. TlHman, 21, of Tucson. Gren L. Seyler, 53. of Tucson, and Hel- en E. M. McAdams. M, of Tucson. James R. Tulicana, 26, of Kansas City. Mo., and Jane M. Barrett, 52, of Tucson. DIVORCES Naomi Davidson vs. Walter Davidson, decree. Jessie V. Obreson vs. Fernando L. ob- reoon, decree. Nancy A. Mliliqan vs. Larry A. Milli- B3n. decree. Michael A. Johns vs. Margaret Johns, decree. Diane Jonas vs. Glenn A. Jonas, de- cree. Irma J. Moore vs. Edward VI. decree. Manuel Sanchez vs. Arcelia AV Sanc- hez, decree. Judith L. Scott vs. Richard H. Scott, decree. Judy A. Cox vs. Albert J. Cox, decree. Denise K. Lewis vs. Henry M. Lewis, decree. Shirley V. Conner vs. John J. Conner, decree. Brerda E. Sant vs. Little A. Sant. de- cree. Marsfra L. Short vs. Danny R, Short, decree. Marci J. Ross vs. Duncan G. Ross, Brown decree. Dlanne J. Comeaux vs. Otis Comeaux, decree. Margot L. Debbie vs. Georae Dobbie, decree. Breanda L. Smith vs. David L. Smith, decree. Deborah R. Dixon vs. Rupert Dlxon, complaint. Teresa A. Oliver vs. Gregory T. Oliver. Nancy H. Mazel vs. Michael A. Mazei, complaint. _ Alice E. Foster vs. Dale W. Foster, complaint. Linda S. Leist vs. John P. Lelst, com- P Carol L. Escaoule vs. Joseoh J. Esca- vs. Patrick G. Goetz. MacDonald vs. William J. MacDonald, complaint. Vivian R. Turnervs. Jimmies. Turner, lists several maladies that will disqualify a potential em- ploye, including obesity, high blood pressure, the use of drugs, or any of several dis- eases, he said. In some cases, the physician will rec- ommend an employee be hired in spite of one of these draw- backs, but may specify the type of city job the applicant may fill. Schools may lose interest PHOENIX (AP) Marico- pa County officials say the county's 55 school districts may lose nearly in in- terest they had expected to re- ceive this year. Officials said yesterday the money represents interest earned on school funds paid to the county treasurer. Among such funds are school district property tax payments, which are invested until the money is transferred into bank ac- counts to pay bills. The shift apparently results from the state auditor gener- al's interpretation of a minor change in law made by the legislature. Under this inter- pretation, the money formerly given to the schools now must go into the county general fund. Maricopa County Manager Charles Miller told county su- pervisors that a letter from the county treasurer, backed up by a. county attorney's opinion, anticipated sharp pro- tests from school districts and the county superintendent. FLOWERS BY HAL BURNS 3600 E SPfEDWAV 325-2634 Doctor convicted in drug case PHOENIX (AP) Phoenix osteopath Patrick A. Lorey, 34, has been convicted of try- ing to sell an estimated worth of liquid amphetamine to undercover narcotics agents. Lorey was convicted in Mari- copa County Superior Court and faces a possible one year to life imprisonment sentence. Department of Public- Safety agents arrested him July 17 after Lorey allegedly tried to sell them vials of liquid amphetamine for Steel vs. Lester L. Steele. !funa" E. Mitchell vs. John Mitchell, Marceau vs. Wilfred Mar- vs. Jennie L. Herr. C. Miremontes vs. Salvador MiSannU.cieY 'cNickel. com- D Theresa 0. Mernaoh vs. John E. Mer- vs. Denver C. Aux- ier, complaint. BIRTHS ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. James A. Layton, 3232 N. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Van Os, 5312 E. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis J. Vanos, 5312 E. Waverly St., a girl at P.m. Oct-26. Mr! and Mrs. Davis B. Brown, 672 W. Roller Coaster- Road, a boy at P.m. Mrs. Kenneth McDonald, 3326 E. Patricia. St., a oirl at a.m. Oct. and Airs. Phillip Cook, 3202. E. Greeniee Road, a boy at a.m. Oct. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER and Mrs. Alfred Robles, Mountain Ave., a boy at a.m. Oct. Mr. and Mrs. Miouel Rivera. 3401 IN. Columbus Blvd., ;a girj at a.m. Oct. and Mrs. John Gallegos, 251C E. Water St., a boy at a.m. Oct. 26 Mr. and Mrs.- Robert Lewis, Jr., 8602 E. Stern Lake Drive, a boy at a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Greqq, 4215 S. Evergreen Ave., a boy at a.m. Oct. 26 Mr. and Mrs. Roberto Perez, Rillito, a boy at a.m. Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Paulino Santa Cruz, 3233 E. Naco Vista, a boy at p.m. Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Nazario Chavez, 2S41 S. 5th Ave., a boy at p-m. Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miranda, Mil E. Prospect Lane, a qirl at c.m. Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Frank, Nogales, a Oct. 26- Mr. and Mrs. Jesus Hernandez, 1204 W. Alameda St.. a boy at p.m. Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Overton, 2309 S. sawteile Ave., 3 boy at a.m. Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gulliver, 5925 S. Highland Place, a girl at a.m. Oct. 27 Mr. and Mrs. David Celaya, 5723 E. 23rd St., a sirl at a-m. Oct. 27. Mr. and Mrs. John Bamhill. 2843 W. Kelso Place, a girl at a.m. Oct. 27. UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. William Painter, 3633 N. Estrella Ave., a boy at 1 :06 a.m. Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dees, 142S E. 13th St., a boy at am. Oct. 26. Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Kilthau. 4301 N. 1st Ave., a sirl at p.m. Oct. 26. Expert says road design slows down PHOENIX (UPI) The time required to design a high- way and issue construction contracts is lengthening each year, primarily due to federal regulations, the State High- way Department has been told. State Highway Director Just- in Herman said that it now takes seven years and two months from the time the idea of an average, four-lane divided highway is conceived until construction contracts are issued. But he said the time is lengthening annually due to such requirements as environ- mental impact studies, new design standards, safety features and public hearings on the proposed highway routes. The highway department also was told that the state spent more than million during the past four years in relocating families and busi- nesses from the paths of new highways. Earl Briggs, relocation divi- sion supervisor, said the pro- gram involved 1.375 buildings and people. He said only 15 appeals had been filed in the four-year period. LEGAL NOTICES Publication of Notice Re: Public Inspection of Annual Report A cpov of tne Annual Report of The Stone- wall Foundation required undsr Section 6056 of The Internal Revenue Code is avail- able for inspection at 1005 Vailcv National auiiding, Tucson, Ariiona, durino regular business hours bv any c'tizen on request made within 180 days after publication of this notice. President1 Publish: October Tucson Dailv Citizen FUNERAL NOTICES BENSON, Jr., Howard C., 33, of 4140 N. Flowing Wells, passed away October 24, 1972. Survived by wife, Joanne; daughter, Linda, of Grand Island, Neb.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard C. Benson, Sr., of Neb.; sisters, Juanita Peterson, and Diane Sich, both of Neb. Graveside services will be held Mon- day, October 30, 1972 at 1 p.m. in Evergreen Cemetery with Chaplain Mobley offici- ating. Friends may call all day Sunday and Sunday eve- ning at tie Arizona Mor- tuary (University at EDWARDS, Robert, 69, of 1203 E. Miles, passed away October 27, 1972. Arrange- ments pending Adair Funer- al Home Dodge and Speed- way. HALLMAN, Walter A., Maj., 66, 3306 E. Waverly, passed away Oct. 27. Survived by sister Rhea Arrasmitn of Nebraska..Mr. Hallman was awarded Bronze Star -with two oak leaf clusters, Air' Metal, Accomodation Metal, one oak leaf cluster and nine major battle stars. Member Sigma Nu Fraternity and Gamma Beta chapter North- western University. Ar- rangements by the Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. HOLT, Joyce R., 36, of 1718 E. Irvington, died October 26, 1972. Wife of Cecil H. Holt; mother of Daryl G. Holt and Cheryl .L. Holt; daughter of Mrs. Marie Brug- mann. Funeral services 4 PJB. Monday, October 30, at firing's Memorial Chapel, Rev. Lynn Rittmann offici- ating. Burial will be in Tuc- son Memorial Park. South Lawn. Friends may call from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday. Octo- ber 24, at Bring's Memorial Chapel, 236 S. Scot. KRUCKMEYER, Marguer- ite, 78, of Route 1 box 626, passed away Oct. 26. Sur- vived by two sons Frederick of Tucson, Robert of HI.; nine grandchildren also sur- vive. Scripture service Sun- day p.m. in the Adair Chapel. Friends may .call 12 noon Sunday until service time. Arrangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. MEHAN, Michael P., 82, of 4737.E. Cecilia, passed away October A metalur- gical engineer retired and a Tucsonan since 1961 from Grand Junction, Colorado. Survived by wife, Mathilde L.; sons, Richard L. Mehan, of Wayne, Penn.; daughter, Mrs. Phillip Durian, of Win- netka, HI.; four grand- children. Services private. Arrangements by Arizona Mortuary Eastside Chapel. 9 FLORISTS LANCERS TUCSON'S FIRST 60 E. Pennington 622-4638 1 Memorls-Markers-Lois SACRIFICE DOUBLE Mausoleum unit. Assume balance. South Lawn. 299-6744._______________________________ CEMETERY LOT for Sale. 326-3641._____________ CHOICE LOT Holy Hr.pe Ceneterv. Low down, assume balance. 623-3374. TWO LOTS, South Lawn, 53257 Garden of Eternal Light, 2 LAWN CRYPTS at South Lawn. Both SSOO. Call 622-6149. 5 LOTS-South Lawn near Fountain Sell one or all. S14S each. 32M503.________ LOST 14 FOUND LOST: REWARD. White German Shed- herd, 5 months, answers female. Ft. Lowoll-lst Ave., 299-jKj. REWARD for information oertaininq to recovery of missing albino half arab-half quarter horse gelding. Caii 337-7721 after 6._________' LOST: GREY CAT, altered male, Casas Adobes area. Missing two weeks. 297-0185.__________________ LOST: Oct. 20. Mvnah bird. Charlie talks, whistles. Child's pet. 793-8283. LOST: FEMALE skunk. Descented. ZfndAWmot area. 29MW and 2S6- 7397.___________.____________ FOUND: WWJY, Broad- way-Sarnoff area. Ears bobbed. 8S5- LOST: Small, part Pekingese female; Vicinity St. Call 298-5561. LOST REWARD: Vicintv Palo Interstate, tri-color Sheltie (small Collie) vouna male. 622- 2978 eveninos._____________________ LOST: BLACK AND WHITE cat, neutered male, vicinity E. Stella. 790-3084._______________ LOST: Mole Siamese kitten, near Answers to "Si." REWARD. 623-1663.________________ LOST: 9 week old purwy, part German Shepherd-Golden Labrador, Harrison- Golf Links. pltase. LOST: Black and white male puppy. 2 months old, wearing green collar. VI- cJnlty Flower-Sycamore. 795-5625. LOST: RED POMERANIAN, female. October 24th, Oxford Plaza. Reward. 298-6994, evenings. 14 LOST fc FOUND .FOIINO: Part German Sheahert. black muzzle. Romef o Road. 325-6217. LOST: Palomino Geiding, 7 years old. Near River 299-lag. LOST: CAT, Tortoisesnell female, VI- cirury Blacklidse and ins Attos. Small LOST: Man's walch. BSue dial, gold band. 744 S. Del Dalle. 296- 9C27. _ LOST: Female Sarnoyed Husky. While. Reward. 795-7122 or 832-9666- LOST: Tuesday Prescristion classes. University student riding Welder's red LOST: Black cooie. Medium siie. Red short cits. area. K5-5245. Re- ward. _ LOST: Small gray tiog. Vicinity Oracle Rd. and Wetmore. Reward. LOST: WITH GIMPY LEG. Small Shepherd-Coyote, female. Answers to "Keeyodel." 10th St-Cierrv area. 7 AM-3PM, call Lorna. 622-3359 (home 792-37091. _ LOST: BLACK WHITE Cat witii stub tail. Answers to Vicin- ity of: Mitchell Tucson Blvd. 327- 0661. __ LOST: Terrier-Bulldog mix. Brindle and white male, tan studded collar. Silverbell Grant. Reward. 623-4532. 16 PERSONALS We Buy Life Blood Will you those who can't helo themselves? Hours 10 D.m. Mon., 8 o.m. Tues thru Fri. Community Blood Plasma Service. Inc.. 2305 E. Sroaowav. 622-6771 FOR MEN ONLY to even oiit our classes we are offerina sroup dance instruction for only S2 per lesson. For more information call 832-9432, Fiesta Dance Clua.______________________ ETHEL SNYDER'S Introduction Service, RENT to own TV Stereos 831-0336 861-0342 TV RSNTAL SERV1CE SAKI Psychic Readings 837-5733 your descriotlon. phone number and self-addressed stamped envelooe to PARADISE VAL- LEY GUIDE TO NEW CONTACTS- P.O. Box 22044, Phoenix, Ariz 85028- Honest, Dependable._______________ COUNSELING HELP available. Fam- ily, marriafle. Eastvieiv Counselina Service. RELAX with Massaoe. 622-4380 Swedish massaae Body Shamooo Mildred Patterson 645 E. Soeedwav THE NEW YOU HEALTH SPA FOR Th? ultimate In comfort relaxation FORYOURrRELAXING PLEASURE Dual Executive massage. Sauna. Whirlpool and Billiard room. Monday- Friday, 10 AM to Sat. 10-S PM. Sunday. Noon 6 PM.. 1252 W. Roger Rd. HELP! MEN! We have many women who need escorts. 327-5789. Intro-Mate of Tucson. MESSAGE OF SHALOM _____________327-9114_____________ SCIENTIFIC advice to all oroblems. Mr. Golden 4245 N. Romero Scientific psychic readings. One visit will helo solve your most difficult .problem. Appointment only 29B-1645. HAYFEVER. Sinus.. Asthma; Enwhy- sema. Worlds finest.air purifier. Call at once for free demonstration. George Manlee's Sleep Shoos 4S45 E. MARRIAGE .......______ CEREMONIES per- formed, cleray. For appointment-685" 885-4557.____________________ Mrs. Meacham Psychic Readings, intment Call for appolntr 3254458 Prob- r-6615. If ASTROLOGY READING lems? Dorothy unanswered, call again BILLWESTERVELT formerly with Jack Moss Air Cond. can now be reached at 327-0393-_____- MARRIED COUPLES: Snare time for meaningful Income: We're dolns it .ap_gn you! PM. "I WILL be responsible for all alumi- num siding, trim covering and sutlers for 20 years. Guarantee in writing. Art Milford. 792-2575 anytime, 296-1218. LOOKING FOR TEACHER of Japa- nese game. Go or Go Club. after 6. ______ PREGNANT? Problems seem nooe- less? We can help! Birthright 622-3631 ATTORNEY FOR SURVIVING widow uroently needs address of JUDY COR- DREY formerly .of 401 E. 36th who witnessed a fatal accident on March 11th 1969 at South 6th and 35th, Tuc- son. Call HELP! WOMEN! We have many men who neea escorts. 327-5789. Intro-Mate of Tucson.____________________ GEMINI ASTROLOGY SERVIC your personal Horoscope. Call 326------ for appointment or Information. We also teach right way! Roadrunner Aviation i Airplane rides, per person All day Sunday, Oct. 29th Minimum group of three Tucson International Airport 13QQE. Valencia 889-6335 TOWN COUNTRY HEALTH SPA Swedish Massage Whirlpool Bath Body Shampoos Steam Bath LICENSED MASSAGE THERAPISTS ACCEPTING FEAHALE CLIENTELE STARTING NOVEMBER 1ST 624-283? MON. THRU FRI. 10-10 SATURDAY 12-S _________128 W. Drachman HAVE YOU SEEN all the beautiful apariments .around Tucson? You'll find then advertised in the Want Ad. columns of the Star it Citizen daily and Sundav. The STAR CITIZEN 622-5855 CLASSIFIED INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS BUSINESS-SERVICE DIRECTORY Cfauification49 47 SCHOOLING Ctejificotioro 50 Am 70 50 60 70 Stnice. Kffxn _ 410 407 Via-.td RENTALS OouHkotora SCO thni 584 EMPLOYMENT OdilKcntfcnj 100 thru Ut Female Help Meie-femnlf 125 Mob Hdp _107 173 Help, kneamem iteqiaer) 134 Waned, 142 Help Wcrtrf, Mafe-Fenofe 14 He? Wonted. _ __100 Hxaefcaki Hrio 151 Job WcaS Mole _ 1 54 130 Suvices for Brehaase 18S TRANSPORTATION GauHicQtionl 200 thni 292 Wcsiied to tool MOBILE LIVING Cktuifkatiom 600 thru orses. Mob3e Sole Mobile Homes. Semortg Mob3e Hosw Ircrler 258 EQUIPMENT OouHtcotions 301 thru 389 Form-Ranch 333 Equipment, Buy-SelL.------.301 Mcrfwnery for MERCHANDISE- MISCELLANEOUS OassHications 400 thru 495 Air BUSINESS-FINANCE aauifkatrant 700 ttvu 77 7 Buiineu Opportunities 711 Ateiey to _ __ 755 744 __766 Wont BwineM Opportunities -700 REAL ESTATE QauifkatkMts 200 thru 497 Arizona _ Arh-Crfifts-SooVs. .4S7 473 433 47S Open Homos ior Sole Out of Siate Real Estate Real Estate Serv. A Prop. Rfeal Estolt Suburban fiiQ COMBINATION CLASSIFIED RATES AND HOURS Mjfltratfm od 10 words or 2 lines. Minimum cash cd cost MlnTcium Charge Ad cost 5137. AH ogcte ads set soCd (no caps) will bt charged at ine following word rates: 7 or more conseculivfc days per ward per day. 6 conseartive doys 09s per word per doy. 5 consecutive doys Iff per word per doy. 3 end -4 consecutive doys 12' per word per dcy. 1 or 2 doys or skip day orders per word per doy. All ads ordered to tie set other than wild ogote lower case will be charged ot fallowing few rota: or more consecutive days -SQC Kns per doy. 6 consecutive days per Une per doy. 5 consecutive days per (be per dcy. 3 and consecutive doys 60s per Hue per day, 1 or 2 doys or sVip day orders per line per day. A 10% discount on' prices will be allowed rf cash accompanies copy before copy is Inserted. Alt ere Subject ta Gty and State Salti Tax. Change ot copy on DCS appearing IB paper costs 75C, Box number service casts Sl.OO. A Combination insertion consists of publication In The Arizona Daily Star (.Warn- ing) end ihe Tuoon Daily Gtlien (Evening) SAME DAY, except Sunday. The Sunday be counted os one complete combination insertion. Single paper rotes available vpon request. Hours Monday through Friday S to 5 p.m. for ad insertions in following day's paner. Friday S p.m. for oil new od insertions storting Saturday. Sunday and Monday and 8 to 4 pjn- Monday through Friday for corrections, changes end ccncelfalioni in the Following day's paper. Phones ore open on from 3 to 2 p.m. for corrections, and cancellations only, Phonei are cpcn on Sunday from 10 o.ro. to 2 pjn. for corrections and cancellations only. The lobby counter will be opsn far business daily S ajru to 5 pjn.-but closed on Saturday and Sunday. PLEASE PHONE 622-5855 Check yeir the first day it appears, in event of error, the newspapers will not assume responsibility for than incorrect trtserticn. Tucson Inc HMrvel richt ft? edit, proptrfjr doisifyi or reject odwertising copy. Tuaan Newlpopers Inc. drstnijutes The Anionn Oairf Slor and Tticacn Daily Ctizen end sells single paper ca well as combination advertising in these newspapers and the-Sundoy Star. 16 PERSONALS 1 WILL not be responsible for debts contracted by anyone other than mv- self. Michael H. Herr. 20 ANNOUNCEMENTS RENT A LIVE MONSTER for Hallo- ween party or promotion. Choose from 12.882-8626.624-6308.______ CATHERINE'S Hair Fashions. For your convenience starting Nov. 5 open Sundays. 298-9361.________________ VA BROKERS VA PROPERTIES ARE AVAILASLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS WITHOUT RE- GARD TO THEIR COLOR, CREED OR NATION- AL ORIGIN. TO BUY A VA HOME SEE YOUR LOCAL BROKER 24 AUTO TRANSPORT-N SHIP YOUR CAR AUTO DRIVEAWAY 1CC125985 2030 E. Soeedwav Blvd Suite 108 Ph 327-5995 H.U.Sheaffer Insured 60 Off. U.S. SCan. 26 TRAVEL OPPTUNIT1K YOU DRIVE: Lookins for inexpensive transportation? Cars to New Orleans, Georcia. Auto Driveaway Tucson 327. 5995, Phx. 1-955-7350.________________ DRIVING TO San Francisco, Novem- ber 1st, need rider to share. 883-0573. WANT LADY to share driving to Den- ver. References exchanged. 622-3349. TAMPA, FLORIDA. Leave November 4th, take one. 795-2925. BUSINESS- SERVICE DIRECTORY AIR CONDITIONING BARNEY'S MOBILE Refriaeration Reoair Service. Refriaerators, freez- ers, coolers (home and Expert service. Reasonable rates. APPLIANCE REPAIR FREE ESTIMATE, on air-condi- tioners, refrigerators. Best deal in town. Temco. 792-0256.______________ FOR dependable appliance service backed by 45 years experience call CECIL GAVER at 327-6571 REPAIR ALL brands, major appli- ances. Frontier TV and Appliances. 298-2397._________________________ AUTOMOTIVE -REPAIR EXPERT FOREIGN CAR repair, VW included, Al's Garage, 20 E. Flores, 623-8323. MOLINA'S AUTO REPAIR Complete Diagnosis Ens. Tune UsirraSun Electronic Equipment 2224 E. 22nd BLDG. CONTRACTOR GENERAL CONTRACTOR Com- mercial or Residential. Room addi- tions our specialty. Licensed, Bonded, Insured. Wallace S. Platt Associ- ales. 297-4483______________________ GENERAL CONTRACTORS Cus- tom Building, Caroentry Licensed Bonded Insured John H. Wrioht Construction, 298-7841.________ SUNRISE BUILDERS, custom homes, remodelino, large or small. Reason- able. Licensed and bonded. 296-1688. L CUSTOM BUILDING. Complete plan- ning service. Free estimates. Licensed bonded. Armbruster Construction. HOME CUSTOMIZERS CO. Soeclalii- Ino in additions remodelins. Free estimates. Licensed and bonded. 326- 6451. E. Sanchez Cont._________. GENERAL CONTRACTOR, industrial, residential and remodeling. Licensed, bonded and insured. Herb Schneider, ECHOLS CONSTRUCTION. New con- struction, remodeling, repair, addi- lions. Licensed and bonded. 623-3084. MASONRY CONTRACTORS HOMES-Additions-Patio walls. Li- censed, Bonded, Insured. 795-5340, 888- 7755. BOOKKEEPING SERVICE ATTENTION INDEPENDENT nessmen, experienced, competent ac- counting and income tax. Call eve- ninas, weekends, 883-0442, S. Tothlll. r [BUSINESSES-SERVICES BUILDING REPAIR COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE. Drywall, ceramic and cooler, service. D. Sanderson. 792-9506. ________ PLASTERING Stucco, my profession. Large small iobs, including patch work in- side out, complete new process for cracked ceilings.' Inexpensive. Free estimates. 622-3206. A. O'Bvme. COMPLETE REPAIR SERVICE. Drvwail, ceramic and cooler service. D. Sanderson. 792-9506._________- ROHILL CORP REMODELING HOME REPAIRS ADDITIONS LICENSED CONTRACTORS 792-0475 Room Remodeling MASONRY CARPENTRY Matinho Builders And Landscapes ______________________ DOORS, panels, closets, shelving, small iobs; F. Holland, 685-0550 after 8am. KIRCHENBERG CONSTRUCTION Custo.m carpentry, remodeling, room additions, kitchens, repairs. Licensed Insured. 296-5085 or 297-0073 EXPERIENCED CARPENTER, rough or finish, needs work. No iob too small. 8S5-7558. Tom Sides. MAJESTIC BUILDERS INC Residen- tial and commercial, construction. Li- censed. Bonded. Free estimates. 887- 1S84. CAREFUL, reliable carpenter, call with confidence. G. Richards. 795-7963. SPECIALIZING in remodeling room additions, custom carpentry, built-ins, shop- work repair. Cronin Sons, llcensed-bonded-lnsured. 795-9652. ___ FORKNER AND SONS Remodeling, additions, new construc- tion, framing, cement work, planning, all work guaranteed. Licensed and bonded. Free estimates. 889-4433. CAR'PETS RUGS DO YOU. HAVE OWN CARPET? Need installation and padding? Call Don's Carpet Service. Free estimates. 793- LET US CLEAN your furniture and carpet for the holidays. No messy soaking, no texture distortion, no dam- aging heat or steam. Call Duraclean Castro Co. 326-9483 for free estimate. No obligation. FULL CARPET service and sales. In- stallations and repairs. Guaranteed work. New cads. Dale Cook, 837-3769. Carpet-Rug Cleaning SERVICE MASTER bv Buroin, car- uet, walls, furniture, floors, housewide cleaning. Free estimates. 326-2639 CARPET dries in 1 fast deod. no shrinkage we do shaos Carefree Cleaning Service 327-0327. CARPET AND FURNITURE clean- ins, commercial and residential. 14 vears experience. 24 hour service. Flooded carpet anytime day or nisht. 3c a foot commercial, also We and li- noleum work. All modem methods. Berrvman's Cleaning Service, 326- hours. STEAM CLEANING Carpet cleaning. Factory trained per- sonnel to give you the professional iob. Call SPEAR'S 296-2356 Steamliner, most modem equipment to date. Free estimates.___________ CEMENT CONTRACTORS' CEMENT WORK, any Kind. Patios. drives, slabs. Bill Traverse. Please leave number with answerina service, I will return call. CEMENT WORK CEMENT WORK block, adobe, patios, William Bowers, S89-16SB.___________ CEMENT FINISHING natire. drive- ways, walks, floors. Free estimates. L. Balbuena. 622-7009.____________ TRAILER SLABS, Patios, footings" driveways, reasonable. W. Alimena, 887-6416.__________________________. PLASTERING, drywall, cement work, brick-block. J. Howard Construction, 887-0141. _________ 24 YEARS EXPERIENCE on any kind of cement work. Patios, drives, block Walls etc. Call Al Sanchez 889-3161. ACME CONCRETE CONTRACTORS, Licensed bonded. Patios, driveways walks. Free estimates. 795-1759- CEMENT FINISHING, patios, drive- ways, floors, patio walls, free esti. mates. F. Robinson, 294-0663. BARRETT'S CONCRETE specializing in driveways, patios, sidewallcs, trailer slabs. Free estimates. Licensed and bonded. 885-8345 or 296-S359._________ CONCRETE WORK, exposed aoore- oate, driveways, patios, sidewalks. Li- mer's Construction. 885-2543._________ CERAMIC TILE ANY TYPE ceramic tile, specialize Mexican adobe patios, B. Williams. 795-1709._________________________ LICENSED Bonded quality work- manship. Free est. H. Garcia 294-352 Te- zer. _ INTERIOR EXTERIOR, Experienced Veteran. Call S. Raynls. 3264747. PROFESSIONAL PAINTING. Interior and Exterior. 25 years experience. Reasonable. Hero Grimes. SS3-5510. PAINTING INSIDE AND OUTi Nolob too small. All work guaranteed. Sutton, 885-9460 __ EXPERIENCED, Quality In- side, outside, .dean. Reasonable; Al Rogalskv. 297-2870. _ 20 YEAR guarantee on trim, no chip- ping, crackhis, peeling, custom alumi- num shaped on lob, appearance -the same as paint. My customers will ver> Ify this. Art Mllford, 792-2575 anytime, i 296-1218. _ C i L PAINT patch. All types 20 YTS exp. References. 795-5692 In out. BEAUTIFY YOUR HOME: Guacan- i teed aualltv work most reasonable prices, complete "home improvement. F. A. Waid. 795-2983- _ INTERIOR EXTERIOR Painting. Husband and wife team. 20 years ex- perience. Free estimates Work guaranteed. Call 325-2568. E. Buckner. PROFESSIONAL. SEMI-RETIRED. Excellent work.- Fast, exnert. Alia! spray. 298-9781. .J- PICOULT. CLEAN. EFFICIENT Free estimates, reasonable rates. 792-2507. A. Maxev. _ WANTING PAINTING, Inside and out. reasonable, free estimates. J. Brown. 623-1433. _ _ i NEED PAINT WORK done? Highest Quality at lowest prices. -Interior, i tenor, other miscellaneous services. Free estimates; M. Ward; 297O443.T .CUSTOM PAINTING, spraying ttnt cabinet -BuaranfeKl work. 326-6651. E. Sanchez Cont. _ i HOME PAINTING, fast and efficient. Airless spray, Tucson native, refer- ences. Dave Parker. 887-4092. i PAINTING CONTRACTOR licensed. bonded, insured. Interior, exterior, i residential and commercial. tlmstes. Call C CUSTOM PAINTING, Interior and ex- terior. Free estimates. "Work ouaran- i teed. 294-0496, A. Tate. PAPER HANGNG PROFESSIONAL INSTALLATION all wallcoverings- Quick, reliable ser- vice. Free estimates. A. Stanser, 795- PAPER HANGER Retired will hang small lobs by the roll. L. Barnes. 823-2314 QUALITY PAPERHANGING Large or small We do them ail. Al's Paint Service, 298-6491. _ PATIO WALLS S j QUALITY PATIO walls, flagstone paving, landscape brickwork: Arizona Builders Masonry, 325-4663. PATIOS, BRICK, decora- tive, and retaining walls. Matinho Ma- sonry. 795-5340. 888-2755. _ Paving Contractors DRIVEWAYS. ROADS parking lots Repair work, asohalt paving; also grading. C. Wheeler. PIANO LESSONS i PROFESSIONAL PIANO instructor, i graduate of Mendelssohn Con; servatory and U of A. Specialize Tri vouns children. WHmot-Soeedway I area. Mrs. George Musil. 298-4457." PLASTERING PLASTERING STUCCO WORK Inside and out. .From- the smalle" patch to the finest home. We have own equipment, and will work by the hour. No afler SPM and on Sunday. W. Swan Son. PLUMBING PLUMBING REPAIRS. I'm Fast Off" PLUMBING, fUl repairs and servi anteed. Call Rii___________________ ALL kinds plumb, repairs, sewers, drains cleaned. O. Wisner. sm929. DO-IT-Yourself. show you. BIM- I DRAIN WORK All efficient service. Low rates. Call Steve Beyer. 881-2070. REMODELING REPAIRS REMODELING i HOME REPAIRS. I Plumbing, electrical, coolers, heaters, carpentry, painting, mason! ry. Fasf, dependable service. Call Karl Dusefc. 623-ai51.___________________ REMODELING, bio or little, room ad- dlttons my specialty. C Henton. 831- ROOFING LEAKS REPAIRED or roofs covered. Work guaranteed. 297-0056, P. Yost. J GOOCH'S Roofino. Licensed it bonded. 792-aggO i INSULATED roofing, all weather pro- faction, towers utilities, SLS Urefhene. 888-2085.__________________________ I SNOW White Roofinq saves up to 50% on cooling costs all types avail- able 25 year smarantee bonded, i 882-88S3.__________________________ i QUALITY ROOFING COMPANY----- Licensed and bonded. Thomas H. Squires. 79H768.__________________._ SAND GRAVEL I GRAVEL-sand-fill-backhoe-oradinq-' dump truck. Fred Greene, 299-am. STEEL DETAILING T low cost. 297-4479. G. Robinson STERILIZERS WE sterilize furn., bedding, A-l Sterlllrers, 3550 E. Drexel TELEVISION SERVICE EXPERT TV REPAIRS. Antennas In- stalled. Channel 11 perfect. Bob's TV. Trees Shrubs Service TREE AND SHRUB removal, prunina of trees and shrubs including palm trees, building of storage sheds arid wood fences. Days, 298-8477. Evenings, 336-4620. R. TREES, topping, trimming, removal. Free estimates. Jerry Collins. TREE AND STUMP REMOVAL. Tree prunlns. FREE-ESTIMATES. Trees, shrubs, palm trees. General trimming am) re- moval. Fullv Insured. Call Ronald Randall, 326-3519.
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