Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on October 22, 1971 · Page 47
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 47

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, October 22, 1971
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yir Have 1 There's an Breakfast With Friend 'England that when you want to watch or sec something ot real value, like a good performance at Albert Hall, you "queue up" . . . which means you buy a ticket, get a small stool, post yourself outside the entrance along the sidewalks and patiently wait for the doors to open. In America, it doesn't work that way. And, it's to your advantage. Here, you simply pick up your copy of The Arizona Republic each morning, turn to the front page of the second section . . . and have breakfast ; A gifted writer and native of Old England, he has joined Americans The Republic to share thoughts, humor and crystal- clear views So, don't eat Let Paul Dean join you. He has something of interest to say, daily. And, you'll be having i .... v- old custom in with Paul Dean. as a citizen and as a columnist the best of his on what he sees and hears in Arizona. breakfast alone. breakfast with a friend. Tha Arizona REPUBLIC dDMtaQF233 Services set for George George Schmitt Teresa Gomez Rosary for Mrs. Teresa Huerta Gomez, 71, who died yesterday in Memorial Hospital, will be recited at 9 p.m. today in Universal Memorial Center, 1100 E. Jefferson. Mass will be said at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in the Church of St. Anthony. 909 S. First Ave. Burial will be in Glen-dale Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Gomez, 1515 S. Third Ave., came to Jerome 53 years ago from Mexico and to Phoenix 24 years ago. Survivors Include four daughters, Mrs. Teresa Moreno, Mrs. Hortensia Castro and Mrs. Frances Sandoval, all of Phoenix, Mrs. Irene Martinez of Hayward, Calif.; a sister of California: 20 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Dorothy Lang Services for Mrs. Dorothy I. Lang, 47, who died yesterday in Good Samaritan Hospital, will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will be In Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Lang. 2614 N. 52nd Ave., moved here 23 years ago from her native Clearfield, Pa. Survivors include her husband, Mason: five daughters, Mrs. Gayle Carmichael, Mrs. Karen C r o w d e r and Mrs. Kathleen Jordan all of Phoenix, Janine Nelson of El Paso, Tex., and Mrs. Margie Manley of Montebello, Calif.; a son, Robert; and a brother, Wilbur Rowles both of Phoenix; two brothers and three sisters out of state and six grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to the Cancer Fund. Harry Dc Brocke SCOTTSDALE - Harry S. Dc Brocke, 62, who had worked 29 years in the per-sonnel department of the main post office in Chicago, died Wednesday in Scottsdale Memorial Hospital. Mr. De Brocke, 8720 E. B e r r i d g e Lane, retired to Scottsdale two years ago and had worked a year for Valley National Bank. He was a member of the P h o e n 1 x Moose Lodge and a native of East Chicago. Survivors include his wife, Mary; two sons, Capt. Gregory De Brocke of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Timothy of Scottsdale; a daughter, Mrs. Carol Ann Wendt of Lomont,Ill.; a brother and three sisters out of state and four grandchildren. Scripture services will be read at 7 p.m. today in Mes-singcr Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School. Funeral Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow in the Church of St. Maria Goretti, 6261 N. Granite Reef. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. William Dcmeter William Charles Demetcr, 60, who had owned and oper ated Bill's Ranch House with his two sisters at 19th Avenue and Osborn the past 14 years, died Wednesday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Demeter, 2220 W. Ca-talina Drive, came here 15 years ago from his native Chicago. He was an Army veteran of World War II. Survivors include four sisters, Marie and Pearl Demeter, both of Phoenix, Mrs. Irene Duvuvuei of Glendale and Mrs. Goldie Chickie of East Chicago, Inc.; and a brother, John of Chicago. Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Entombment will be in Memory Lawn Mausoleum. The family suggests contributions to the Heart Fund. tomorrow Schmitt, 49 George Richard Schmitt, 49, a district sales adviser in the circulation department of The Arizona Republic and The Phoenix Gazette the past 10 years, died yesterday en route to Phoenix General Hospital after he became ill at work. Mr. Schmitt, 3819 W.Monte Vista, had served as an Air Force sergeant during World War II in which he participated in six major battles, including the North Africa and Normandy invasions. The distinguished unit citation was part of his service achievements. Before joining the newspapers, he was a tool and die maker at Reynolds Metals. He had been a member of the National Rifle Association and the Arizona Varmint Callers Association. Born in Dayton, Ohio, he came to Phoenix 17 years ago from Wadswortb, Ohio. Survivors include his wife, Isabel; two sons, William and James A.; and a sister, Mrs. Ruth Oldenberg. alt of Phoenix; a brother, in Florida and a grandchild. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in A. L Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial arrangements are incomplete. Edith Campbell MESA - Services for Mrs. Edith J. Campbell, 78, who died Wednesday in Southside Hospital here, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Desert View Chapel, 9702 E. Apache Trail. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mrs. Campbell. 5445 E. Butte, was born in Olympia, Wash., and moved here 11 years ago from Big Sandy, Mont. She was a charter member of the Order of Eastern Star at Big Sandy. Survivors include a son, Arnold of Mesa; a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Healing of North Hollywood, Calif.; a sister of Olympia and two grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to the Cancer Fund. William Oliver William Henry Oliver, 93, a machinist for 30 years for the Southern Pacific Railroad until retiring here in 1935, died Wednesday in a granddaughter's home in Mesa at 1544 N. Freeman. Mr. Oliver, 1534 W. Garfield, was born in Crockett, Tex., and came to Phoenix in 1917 from Brownwood, Tex. He was a member of the Church of Christ. Survivors include his wife, Bettie; four daughters, Mrs. Idahlia Higgins of Tempe, Mrs. Lela Taylor and Mrs. Margaret Leach both of San Pablo, Calif., Mrs. Beulah Not-ley of Needles, Calif.; three sons, William H. of Denver, Frank of Big Soring. Tex.. and Marvin of Santa Monica, Calif.; 17 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Services will be at 11:30 a.m. today in A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Bertha Pachl Memorial services for Mrs. Bertha M. Pachl, 84, who came to Phoenix in 1914 from Mount Vernon, Mo., will be at 2 p.m. today in A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Mrs. Pachl died Tuesday in Orangewood American Baptist Estates retirement complex. She was a member of the First Presbyterian Church here and a native of Iowa. Survivors include a son, P. R. of Sacramento, Calif., and a cousin, Mrs. Eleanor Mills of Tucson. Nellie Hayward Services for Mrs. Nellie Abbott Hayward, 97, who died yesterday, in a Phoenix hospital, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mrs. Hayward, 2313 E. Yale, came to Douglas in 1903 from Illinois and to Phoenix in 1923. She was a member of the Church of Christian Philosophy. She became a widow in 1923 and built the home in which she resided until her death. She was born in Elgin, 111. She had no known survivors. Andrew Uram Andrew Uram, 82, a retired carpenter, died Wednesday in Phoenix Nursing & Convalescent Center. Mr. Uram, 2148 W.Mulber. ry, was a member of the First Church of God, Tempe. Born in Yugoslavia, he came here in 1947 from Kenmore, Ohio. Survivors include his wife, Anna; a daughter, Mrs. Paul Taylor of Phoenix, and seven grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. Obid Brown Services for Obid Josuah Brown, 81, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in St. John's Baptist Church, 1428 S. 13th Ave. Friends may call from 2:30 to 10 p.m. today in Webber St Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Brown, 2627 E. Jones, was found dead Oct 14 in his home. A retired construction worker, he came here 27 years ago from Kansas City, Kan. He was born in Dallas. Survivors include six daughters, Edna Brown of Phoenix, Ed wen a Brown of Long Beach, Calif. Wiletha Brown, Arlcna Brown and Edna Jean Brown, all of Kansas City, and Evelyn Brown of San Francisco; a brother and a sister out of state: 33 grandchildren and 50 great-grandchildren. Verona Poison Mrs. Verona M. Poison, 58, who had been a self-employed court reporter the past 20 years, died Wednesday at 9217 N. 36th Drive. Mrs. Poison, 3306 W . Solano Drive South, was a member of the National and Arizona Shorthand Reporters Associations and the Episcopal faith. Born in Hillsboro, N.Y., she came to Phoenix in 1963 from Albuquerque. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Maria Graham of Phoenix; her mother, Mrs. George Meyers of Hillsboro: a brother of Kansas, and three grandchildren. Services will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Aaron Petty Graveside rites for Aaron Martin Petty, 69, will be at 10 a.m. today in Greenwood Cemetery, 2300 W. Van Bur-en, A.L. Moore & Sons Mor-tary announced. Mr. Petty, 5132 N. 43rd Ave., died Sunday in Maricopa County Hospital. Born in Sweetwater, Tex., he came to Arizona 30 years ago and had worked as a fruit packer. Survivors include three sons, Thomas, James and William, all of Phoenix; two sisters and three brothers out of state. Ezra Parsons MESA - Ezra Alonzo Parsons, 67, a tool and die maker and machinist for R o c k e t Power Inc. and Tally Industries before retiring, died Wednesday in Mesa General Hospital. Mr. Parsons, 2528 E. Mo Kellips, was born in Warren, Vt., and moved to Arizona in 1958 from Arlington, Mass. He lived in Mesa since 1964 and was a member of a Masonic lodge and Baptist Church. Survivors include his wife, Audrey; a son, Wayne of Arlington; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Smith of Rimrock; two sisters out of state and seven grandchildren. Services will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Larry J. Melcher Mortuary, 43 S. Stapley. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Jose Hernandez Rosary for Jose P. Hernandez, 60, will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center, 1020 W. Washington. Funeral Mass will be said at 9 a.m. tomorrow in the Church of St. Anthony, 909 $. First Ave. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Mr. H e r n a n d e z, 904 E. Apache, was found dead Tuesday in a field near the new Maricopa County Hospital. He had been missing since Oct. 2. Born in Mexico, he came to Phoenix 20 years ago and had been a field foreman for various farms. Survivors include his wife, Valentlna; four sons, Joe, Sammy, Ernest and David; two daughters, Mrs. Nora Sa-lazar and Mrs. Susan Mung-uia, all qf .Phoenix, and a grandson. i' Russell A. Taylor SEDONA Graveside services for Russell A. Taylor, 68, who died Wednesday at his home in Oak Creek Canyon, will be held at 2 p m today at Sedona Memorial Park. Mr. Taylor was born In Patterson, Ohio, and moved to Arizona in 1929. He was superintendent of the Cottonwood Elementary School from then until 1942 when he retired to Oak Creek Canyon. Survivors include his wife, Ramona; and one son, Julian of Tuba City. Mary Cahill Mary Ella Cahill. 89, a member of the Heart to Heart Hour Chapel, died yesterday in Maryvale Hospital. Mrs. Cahill, 409 E. Oregon, was born in Texas and came to Phoenix in 1942 from Dallas. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Grace Cahill Meece and Mrs. Jens Broder-sen both of Phoenix; a sister of Texas; two grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Services will be at 3:30 p.m. today in A.L Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Jewel Bentley Services for Mrs. Jewel Lu-die Bentley, 61, who died Wednesday in Good Samaritan Hospital, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Mrs. Bentley, 1528 E. Virginia, was a member of the First Church of the Nazarene since 1943. Born in Grace-mont, Okla., she moved here 30 years ago from Anadarko, Okla. Survivors Include her-husband, W.E.; a son, Westley, two daughters, Mrs. Richard Vowell and Ester Kuhn, and a sister, Mrs. Bertha Cash, all of Phoenix; three sisters and two brothers out of state and six grandchildren. Daisy A. Merkley SHOW LOW - Services for Mrs. Daisy A. Merkley, 86, who died Wednesday at a nursing home here, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Show Low Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Burial will follow in the Snowflake Cemetery. Mrs. Merkley was born in Caliope, Queensland, Australia. She moved to Arizona in 1908, and lived in Mesa for 30 years and Pincdale for 15 years, before moving to Show Low two years ago. She is survived by three sons, Alton and John of Mesa and Darrell of Portland, Ore.; a daughter, Mrs. La-vcrne Brown of Holbrook; two foster daughters, Mrs. Grace Klcm of Cornville and Mrs. Mabel Steele ofBurley, Idaho; two brothers, Fred J. Hurley of Phoenix and John H. Hurley of Australia; two sisters out of state; 19 grandchildren and 29 great-grandchildren. Laurence Sundberg TEMPE - Services for Laurence Kenneth Sundberg, 41, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Tempe Ninth Ward Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, College Avenue at Alameda. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. today in Gibbons Tempe Mortuary, 405 E. Southern. Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery, Scottsdale. Mr. Sundberg, 12831 S. 71st St., died Wednesday in Good Samaritan Hospital. He had been a fireman for the Santa Fe Railroad until he became ill. He was a past president of the Arizona Dairy Goat Association. Born in Sycamore, 111., he came to Arizona 21 years ago. Survivors include his wife, Carol; four sons, Douglas, Neil, Mark and Laurence, all of Tempe; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Sundberg of Phoenix. Fred McClintock SUN CITY - Services for Fred L. McClintock, 68, a nationally known teacher, coach and professional athlete, will be at 2 p.m. today in the United Church of Sun City, 107th Avenue and Sun City Blvd. Burial will be private, Lundberg Golden Door Chapel announced. Mr. McClintock, 10833 Fairway Court East, died Wednesday in his home. Born in Savannah, Ohio, he came to Sun City in 1960 from Fremont, Ohio. His 42-year, teaching career Included Judson School in Paradise Valley. The family suggests contribution s to the Fred McClintock Scholarship Fund at Ashland (Ohio) Collage. REPUyLIU BULLDOG . pb(nl' Friday, Oct 22, 1971 The Arizona Republic 47 Frank Shipp Services for Frank Earl Shipp, 37, a carpenter for contractors in his native Phoenix, will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Mr. Shipp, 4003 W. Tonto, died yesterday in a Phoenix hospital. ' Survivors include his wife, Jeanette; four sons, Rodney, Rick, Randall and Rory; two daughters, Sabrina and Melissa Shipp; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Shipp; three sisters, Mrs. Mary Miller and Martha Miller and Mrs. Shirley Bcnivides; and grandfather, Jesus Gonzales, all of Phoenix; and a brother, John of Las Vegas. L. D. Dunlap AVONDALE - L. D. Dun-lap, 47, a self-employed book-keeper, died yesterday in Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital. Mr. Dunlap, 109 E. Brinker, moved here a year ago from his native Dublin, Tex. An Army veteran of World War II, he was a member of American Legion Post 61 here, Avondale-Goodyear Chamber of Commerce and Baptist Church at Midland, Tex. He served as a tank driver with Lt. Gen. George Patton in the invasion of Normandy. Survivors include his wife, Frances; a son, John; four daughters, Mrs. Brenda Walker, Janie, Dcbra and Gay Dunlap all of Avondale; two brothers out of state and a grandchild. Services and burial will be in Ft Sam Houston National Cemetery at San Antonio, Tex. Friends may call from 5 to 7 p.m. today in Cannon Funeral, 310 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. lunie King SCOTTSDALE Mrs. Jun-ie King, 92, a Texas native who came to Arizona in 1955 from California, died yesterday in Heritage of Camelback Nursing Home. Mrs. King was a member of the Daughters of the American Revolution and United Daughters of the Confederacy. She was active until recently in the fields of art and genealogy. Survivors Leighton of brothers include a son, Scottsdale; two out of state; a granddaughter and two great-grandsons. Entombment will follow private services in Greenwood Mausoleum in Phoenix. Mes-singer Mortuary made arrangements. Tom Mathis Rites for Tom Mathis, 63, will be at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow in Webber & Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Mathis, 1221 E. Madison, died Monday in a Phoenix hospital He came to Phoenix 32 years ago from his native Texas. Survivors include his wife, Dell; five sons, Tommy of Los Angeles, Nelson of Berkeley, Calif., James of San Francisco, Thomas and George, both of Phoenix; a daughter, Mrs. Isbell Singel-ton of Oakland, Calif.; a brother of Texas and 12 grandchildren. Richard Hanson Richard L. Hanson, 67, who had been a route salesman for Crystal Ice Co. since coming here 20 years ago from Kansas City, died Wednesday in Phoenix General Hospital Mr. Hanson, 2034 W. Monte Vista, was born in Concordia, Kan. He was a member of the Church of St. Gregory. Survivors include his wife, Mary; a son, Richard Jr. of Phoenix; seven step-children, Mrs. Loretta Reynolds and Mrs. Frances Hawkins, both of Phoenix, Mrs. Martha Haley of Boulder, Colo., Lori Brown of Las Vegas, Verna Ridley of Los Angeles, Louise Cobble of Tacoma, Wash., and Billy Ray Parker of Twin Falls, Idaho; 3 sisters, 13 grandchildren and 5 great grandchildren. Graveside rites will be at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow in St. Francis Cemetery, 48th Street at Oak. Friends may call from 7 to 9 p.m. today in Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Legal Advertising !) SEALED BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED the undersigned Treasurer at tha Salt River Prolect office Building, Tempe, Arizona, on or before 10:00 o'clock A.M. iM.S.T.) Wednesday, October 27, 171, tor the purchase ot ill but not. lest thanai of an aggregate rincipal nan unl Arv principal amount oi River Prolect Bonds, sj' salt Bond Issue. Number Fourteen, Series of Salt River Proiect Agricultural Im provement and Power District, political subdivision and body oolitic and corporate organized and existing under the Condi tufion end laws of the State of ArkSa NOTICE OF SALE S5J.0O0.0OO SALT. RIVER ROJECT BONDS OF SALT RIVER. PROJECT AGRICULTURAL. . IMPROVEMENT AND POWER TJISTRICT, ARIZONA (CALLABLE) Legal Advertising Inefter called the "District"). )ale and Form of Bond. . I d Bonds will be dated October 1. . tell. In denominations 15.000 MCh. and Issued In neootiabie coupon bearer term. registrable at to prlnc pel only. -. .. ure tcrlaMv HI nu. 1 uarvi, In MCh if i , inclusive. M M-1 rlailv (n nv merical order, on Jenua tne vuri it4 to, mi owa: . . . rnncioei Ami I revisions! Slid District Bondt maturing attar January I, IN4 , reserves tnt riant to cell and rumu tht . prior to their respective malurltlai. , mar In whole or any data not Mrllar . than January L ". or in part In the Inverse ordar of their maturity and by lot within a maturity, on any Interest Pay ment oit not earner man January b lte, on Mvmtnt ot tha principal amount thereof and accruad Interest to tha data . ol redemption and premium computed in accordance Willi in lollow na ached- er j per cam on or prior ro January I, 191. end thereafter lHOi and thtraeftar al 1 ear cant on or Prior to January L. Itrji and thereafter at oar. (J) Purpose and Security ol Bondt, at I oar cant on or prior n January i. said Bonos are to be issued under a Resolution adopted February io, WO. end a Series Resolution adopted October a. 1971, tor the purpose ot the construction and Installation ot eiectrk generating la-cililitt, transmission lines, distribution lines, substations and related fecilitlei and equipment necessary ther etor to provide power to cerry out the purposes for which the District was 0genljed as euth. orlied by Chapter a. Tille 4S, Among Revised Statute. In (tie opinion of Bond Counsel sad Bonds ere lo be payable (together with the Bonds outstanding ot the euthorited issues ot Ut.000.000 Salt River Prolect Boners, Bond Issue Number Fourteen, Series Al S4.OCO.000 Salt River Protect Bonds, Bond Issue Number Fourteen. Series Bl SI0.0OO.OO4 Salt River Protect Bonos, Bond Issue Number Thirteen) , ta.0Og.0O5 Salt River Prolect Bonds. Bond Issue Number Twelve; Sail Rivar Prolect Retundlne Bonds. Bond Issue Number Eleven. 174,006.000 Salt Rlvtr Prolect Bonds. Bond Issue Number Tent WM.OOO.OoO Sort River Protect Bonds. Borwi Issue Number Nlnei Ve.OCi.QuQ Corporate Bonds, Bond Issue Number Eiorit, and ttl.MO.OM Corporate Bands, Bond Issue Number Seven) a to bolt) principal and interest from the levy ol a lei, without limitation as to rate or amount, upon all the leaOle real properly Included In said District, and will constitute Hen upon the teable proper, tv Included in said District (subiec) to the priority of the lien ot the bonds outstanding ot the Issues of Corporate Bonds, Bond Issue Number One; Corporate Bonds, Bond Issue Number Twoi Corporate Bonds, Bond Issue Number Tnre. and ot the bonds Issued tor the retundlne thereof, respectively) end of Corporate Bonds, Bond Issue Number Four) Corporate Bonds, Bond Issue Number Five; and Corporate Bonds, Bond Issue Number Six) end will be additional, iv secured by an eeuel lien on and piedee of the net revenues of the Electric System ot the District, as further described In said Resolution adopted February 19, 1970. as aloreseid. By virtue ot a Supplementary Resolution adopted April 7i, KM. the District has racoonired lit fund. ea debt to be on complete parity with me pieooe ot the net revenues of i Electric System, snrurina tha author sncurina the authnrlfed said t issue of said t7l.000.000 Corporate Bonds. Bond Issue Number Seven, and all bonds ot said til Out) ftM tsrnnrala RiwuH. . suosequently issued on parity therewith (41 Placet ot Payment. Said Bonds shell be Mvable. both at to Principal and interest, in laaal curranrv ot the United States of America, at the principal otlicei ol The Valley National Bank of Ariiona. Phoenix, Arlione, or First National Bank ot Ariiona, Phoenli, Arnone, or Hams Trust and Savings. Bank, Chicago, Illinois, or First National City Bank, in the Borough of Manhattan, City and Slate of New York, at the option ot the holder, (51 Rates ot interest and Basil of Awero. Interest on Mid Bondt will be payable I be payable January I of semiannually on juty i ana jai each year, commencing July I, dart are required to name the Interest I. IV7 Rid. rate or rates tne Bonos are to beer, not to eiceed Six Per Cent (S) per annum, expressed In myltlpiet of one-twentieth of One Per Cent (l-Mth of IS), with any number of coupon rates. A lero rate of Interest cannot, be named. Interest pay- able on any Bond on any Interest payment date shall be represented by ong coupon only. The difference between the nignest and lowest Interest rate specified ,nau not exceed one and One-Hall Per .ent All Bonds ol the same ma. turity shall bear the tame tingle rate of interest. Ttilt rale must be reorasented bv a tingle coupon for each semiannual interest payment date lor said Bondt until their linal maturity, tin uilil nr uia. elemental coupons will be considered. tacn bid must be for all of said Bondt aggregating 152400,000 principal amount. No bid win be considered lor less than ninety-live per centum I9SN) of the par value of said Bonds and accrued Interest tor lf of said Bonds. Award of aaie i).vw.uw nonas win oe made to tne ooer wnose bid results in the lowest net terest cost. This will be determined h deducing the total amount ot any pre- mium bid trom, or adding the total amount of any discount bid to, the total amount, ot interest as specified tor the sunt January ; .ooo ou i wi : oSi.ocji ; J&Si I0? NOT CtlltDII Redemotion P Bonos from the date of the Bondt to the , respect ve maturilv data ot imd Baiwo. No interest on the premium will be con. , .b oeouciiDie. it two or more equal bids art received, the Board of Directors of said District shall determine ' which bid shall be accented Tha riater. mlnallon of the Board shall Do final. Unless all bids erg reiected by said Board ot Directors, the Bondt will be awarded not later than J o'clock P.M. (M.S.T.) on October V, 1971, to the responsible bidder whose bid resultt in the lowest net inter. est cost, to ha determiner at hareinAhnv . tet forth. (6) Tax Exemption. Interest on tatd Bondt, In the opinion ot Bond Counsel, will be exempt. un . enisling lawt trom Federal Income It orlor tft tha rialluAFW aI ika Bonds, any Income tax law of the ' imted Statet ol America, or any regula-ons. rulina or notice of oollcv thereurwi der. thall provide that the Interest on such Bondt it taxable or may be taxable i at future date, tor Federal Income tax purposes then the bidder to whom the Bonos are to be awarded, at lit option, may refuse to accent the Bonds, and in reiurneo, witnouT interest, wyn v.o an me uewusiT maoe PV tl Wl DO der will be relieved of lit contractual obligation arising trom the acceptance of j Its proposal, ' m utiicioi bio porm ana cood Faith , Check. 1 teen proposal than be accompanied by certified check, bank cashier's check. - or treasurer's check on a bank or trust company In the State of Ariiona, accepts- oie to me Boaro ot Director! ot said District, payable to the order of tha Treasurer of said Olttrlct, for S1,W0,000, ' uarantee of good faith. Said check , successful bidder shall be retained l & Board as HaillrtjiteH riamaec should the successful bidder tall to take . UP and Bay for tha Bonds when raarfv nr delivery. . The . food, faith check ot the t successful bidder will be returned at the time or ine oeuvery ot tne Bonds and the ooo taitn deposits ot an unsuccessful ' udders w It be returned nrnmntlw nonn the award made to the successful bidder. I Each bid must be submitted nn tha ntiL cial Bic Form, available trom the under, j iiviieu ireasurvr ur trom wainwrignt a, Ramsay. Inc., Financial Consultants, New V, L. T..,MV,'.r '""li vuiiiunoiiii, nrw . New York. The bid must be for ' said $W. 000,000 aggregate principal - ail of IUIK. amount of Bonds, and must be enclosed 1 n a sealed envetooe. tnaether with th . addressed to Kenneth J. Knauer, treasur- good faith deposit herealnahova notified. er of said District, and marked "Bldtof ' i52,000,O0O Salt t River Prolect Bonds, , Bond Issue Number Fourteen. Series C of ' ' the Salt River Prolect Aarlrulural Im. provement and Power District' hi uenvery ano r ayment of said BOnot. Delivery ot said J52.OOO.O0O aggregate, srlnclpal amount of Bondt will be made '0 the successful bidder against payment 01 if the agreed purchase price In Federal Funds, without expense to the . at First Klatlnnal rltv Rank. purchaser, Reserve New-York, New York, on or about Nov ember 23, 1971, The purchaser will be a given at least seven (7) business days? J advance notice ot tne pn proposed date and ot the Bondt, when Place or tne oeuvery so oeterminea. the right, The shall have successful bidder at lt nation. In cancel the contract, of purchase If the District shall fall to tender the Bondt for 4 delivery wit davs from tha nertin fixed for 'he recelot of ornonsalt. , shall be entitled deposit deooi t in return or tie (9) Unconditional Bldt. right to refect any and all bids and ta All bids shall ha unmnrtltlnnal. Tha waive, any iniprmaniy is expressly re. served to taio Boaro. no Old will ha consiperea contemplating tne use ot can- colli or no coupon! or tne waiver ot imtrett ment of the agreed purchase price In Federal Reserve Funds. Said Board Will nenT of the agreed purchase price :ederal Reserve Funds. Said Board any oiner concession in lieu or pay supply, at lit own expense, fullv executed Bonds, together with the unauallfied ao- mm so oavt.from the dato -'tJ and. In such, event,, the successful bidder m proving opinion of Mestrt. Mudge Rose I Guthrie & Alexander, Attorneys of New J York, New York, Bond Countel, without , cost to the purchaser, and customary '1 closing papers. Nn litigation It now pending or threat-lid aggregate principal ened amount affecting said ag described, and ot t52,uou,ooo Bonds hereinabove will be Included a no-litigation certificate w th the customary clou. ina oaoers when said Bonds are dellvaraH in n nn. n against payment therefor. By order ot the Board of Director! of . tha Salt River Prolect Agricultural lm-'l. provement and Power District thll 4th . day of October, 1971. , iv noyu n. amiTn Presldant J J. Knauer .. Itl Ktnntth Attest! ireasoTerii tl F. E. Smith Secretary. Published: The Ariiona Republic, Qcfobgr 13. U. IS. la. 17. It. 10. On 91 Vk laai. The P 16, IB, 19, 20, 21, 22, 1971 (Odd The Phoenix Gatafta. nWJUi VlVs.J"iV v " t

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