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JVEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 39 Bare International Merger i-PARIS (UPI) -- The interna- lonal editions of the New York lerald Tribune-Washington Post ind the New York Times told heir readers today they will nerge next Monday. The new newspaper will be mown as the International Herald Tribune. The merger was announced by John Hay Whitney, chairman ! the Herald Tribune International edition, Mrs. Katherine Graham, president of- the Washington Post Co., and Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, president and publisher of The Times. The Herald Tribune in Paris has a daily'circulation of about 62,000; the Times International edition about 47,000. The printing of the new 'Possibility* Of Smelter South . .:. . : · : ' . ' " . ' . ' ..': - ' · ·/ * Of City Stirs Council Dispute By BILL KIMMEY Citizen Staff Writer /Any possibility -- however remote -- of a smelter being located south of Tucson should not be the concern of the Pima County Air Pollution Control Advisory Council, a mining official believes. : Arthur :C. Hall, himself a council member, said yesterday that a smelter is not foreseen. Even if it were, he said, pollution control "would be the first concern of the smelter opera- newspaper is subject to approval by the French government. The announcement ..said the merged, newspaper will be printed in Paris and distributed in 72 nations with the largest circulation of any American newspaper published abroad. The new joint venture involves a one-third interest for the New York Times international edition. tor." The discussion at a counci meeting yesterday led to an attempt by another member -Joseph Brennan. -- to muzzle press coverage on the issue. He didn't get support from the oth er 14 members and the attemp fizzled. D u r i n g the smelter dis cussion, Hall crossed s w o r d s with Dr. Louis J. Battan, associate director of the University of Arizona's Institute of Atmospheric Physics. Battan did not oppose a smelter. But he felt that the council should know if one might be built in the f u- ,seek to find out what's happening -- when and if there will be a smelter south of Tucson and, f so, its potential emission ca- abilities," said Battan. He cited data showing that Arizona smelters dump 5,000 -6,000 tons of sulphur dioxide into the air daily. In sufficient quantities, sulphur dioxide can cause respiratory problems in humans and damage plant life. Battan said a smelter in the booming mining area south of Tucson could cause problems if pollution possibilities were ignored. He pointed out that "winds at low levels here tend to blow from south to north," and added: "Technologically it's possible to have a clean smelter. I'm to having county pollution con-, trol engineer W.F.R. Griffith check the smelter possibility. '"While you're talking about smelters I'll be talking about other things," Hall said. "It seems to me that in the order of priorities, he (Griffith) could find other things to occupy his time." ture. suggesting only that we try to find out what plans there are. In other words, what might we be facing in five or six years from now?" Dr. Gerald Kuiper, eminent UA astronomer and a council member, agreed with Battan. He thought a smelter "could be a very serious matter." Hall, assistant manager of American Smelter Refining 'I think this council should A S R , he pointed out, recently enlarged its El Paso smelter and now is adding on to its smelter at Hayden. Hall said this meant those smelters would be processing 'the concentrates from the Tucson area mines. "I'm not going to say that someone wouldn't think of put ting a smelter here," he wen on. "Maybe people here wil then decide they don't want the copper industry. "I don't think a smelter has been built without due consideration to pollution control. It would be the first concern of a s m e l t e r operator. Smelter people would be the first to establish tight (control) criteria, not only south of Tucson but anywhere." Then Hall asked if there was a council policy against news n a m e . C h a i r m a n Gordon ·uepke said there was no such policy. Hall didn't pursue the matter but Brennan said the smelter discussion was not importanl and asked if two reporters present didn't agree. Neither did. Though the discussion already had taken place, Brennan then made a motion asking reporters not to use it. There was no second. Brennan explained that he had worked on Tucson Chamber of Commerce committees -- notably the "Try Tucson First" committee -- aimed at getting good community relations for local industries. Coverage of the smelter discussion, he felt, "would get people all Smith Memorial Rites Tomorrow A memorial service for Mrs. Lois Z. Smith, formerly of Tucson, will be held at 1:30 p.m. tomorrow at the North Congregational Church of the Beatitudes at Glendale and 7th Ave. in Phoenix. Cremation for Mrs. Smith, widow of Chester H. Smith, will be arranged by Hansen Mortuary. The Smiths lived at 720 N. Treat Avenue. The family requests that remembrances be made in the form of contributions to the Boy Scouts of America, Troop 401, of the North Congregational Church of the Beatitudes, Phoenix. LEGAL NOTICE TO THE PAYERS REAL PROPERTY TAX- WHO ARE. QUALIFIED ELECTORS THEREOF THE PROPOSITION OF THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OF SAID DISTRICT. WHEREAS, rtiolutlon ·?**$. ft the Board of Truitet* ot School District No. e* Plm« County, Arlzon», hn no. i vf rim* v^iwmTr «· !*«*»·* ·-» been filed with the Boirt of Supervisors requesting that * tpccl*! tlfctlcn b« called (or th« purpoi* of votlna bonds of said District fo MM »«jr,«o»tl irinoont of THREE MILLION fHREt HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($3,tt5,000). NOW, SOLVED buA COU... ZONA: THcKEFORE, BE IT AND ORDERED BY OF RE THE THE KU OF SUPERVISORS NTY OF PIMA, STATE OF ARI "th«t ! th«r« b« «nd h*r«by i*Mll«i «n election (or th« purpw o* submimna to I t w r e d property Uxpaytrs who »r« £ ftfe^.;*^^ ara «5 Wfifipi !K BMBVBBB. V°f " chaslna school. silts, construction dlhona school build ldings, maXlrw LEGAL NOTICE Specifications relating to the afpresaW bids may be procured from the office of he Plma Coonty Purchasing ASKnt, 2855 South ftlh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Successful bidder (s) shall be required to furnish t sufficient Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids for any reison whatsoever or to waive «nv Irregularities or Informalities In the bids or DO'NEJ BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors mis «n day of May, 1947. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Plma County. Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Citizen May 12, 13. 15, If, 17, 11, 19. 70, 22 and 33. W7 LEGAL NOTICE ,, alteration and additions lo existing bul'dm 01 ' PUT chasing or constructing portable classrooms, supplying said Dulldinqs with tun nilure arid apparatus. Improving the therJoT and Installing wells. and tanks thereon^ That, me ag NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN trial sealed bids will be received In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, up to 10:00 a.m., May 31. 1967 for the following: BID B-«« - ONE (1) PORTABLE HIGH EFFICIENCY STEAM CLEANER To furnish Plma Coonty Rabies Control Center with One (1) Portable Hlfih Efficiency Steam Cleaner, as p«r specifications called for by P : ma County. Opening of the Bid B-«# will be at 10:00 a.m.. May 31. 1967 in the office of umps, gregate sum b« submitt property taxpayers of t SSS, P n vlded; ·d to Ihi O ballot th* real jUtrlci as Hot (or 1h« ' ' pro- Co. operations here, objected media quoting members by up in arms over nothing. Mrs. Johnson Gets MS Award WASHINGTON (UPI)--Mrs. Lyndon B. Johnson receives the national multiple s c l e r o s i s award today at a White House ceremony. Illicit Drugs Made Under Nose Of Police SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Police raided an apartment and arrested two persons on narcotics charge swhen they found a complete drug factor, including beakers, vials of powder, rubber tuning, ether and distilling equipment. The apartment is across the street from the Hall of Justice. a heVeTnalter v and If authorized by the tax- pavers th«n to be embodied In one issue ot bonds. That tne election shall be held on Thursday, the 1st day of June, IW7, *t the uoolen, Masee, Mansleld, Naylpr. saltord Spring, Townsend, Vail, and wakelletd Sunlor Hl»h School buildings. and at Craoin, Davidson, uu tv, in , Oislrictf that the polls shall ,b« at the hour ot 4:00 a.m. ot Mi and shall remain closed at the hour da open oT 7: until and be 00 p.m. of said the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 5855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson. Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bid may be procured Irom the otflce of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2455 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Successful vendor shall be required to furnish a sufficient Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisor; reserves the right to reiect any or all bias for any reason whatsoever or f o waive any Irregularities or Informalities in the bids or 'o d dStE" BY ORDER of thB Board ft* Supervisors this inn day f May, 1947. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Citizen May 16, 17, )», 17, 20. 22, 23, 24. 25 and 2s, l«7. OPEN DAILY TIL 9-- SUNDAY TIL 6 FLASH DOOR BUSTERS TIN SNIPS 0 WIRE BRUSH 842 So. 6TH AVE. FLASH DOOR BUSTERS TUBBING CUTTER HACK SAW ... -8 COLOR TV ... NEW ZENITH HIGH PERFORMANCE HANDCRAFTED CHASSIS No-printed circuits, no production shortcuts. Hand wired for unrivaled dependability. 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SPEEDWAY PHONE 325-2634 DEPENDABLE SERVICE FOR OVER 4 S YEARS . and In evl- Its negotiable lit amount of LANCER'S for all your floral needs fiOE.Pennington MA.2-4638 LEGAL NOTICE RESOLUTION, ORDER, AND NOTICE PROVIDING FOR A SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE HELD IN HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONE OF PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, FOR THE PURPOSE OF SUBMITTING TO THE REAL PROPERTY TAXPAYERS WHO ARE QUALIFIED ELECTORS THEREOF THE PROPOSITION OF THE ISSUANCE OF BONDS OF SAID DISTRICT. WHEREAS, a resolution adopted by th* Board of Education of High School District No. 1 of Pima County. Arizona, tias been filed with the Board ot Super visors requesting that a special election be called lor the purpose of voting bonds of said District In the aggregate amount ot FIVE MILLION SIX HUN DRED FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLAR ($5,650,000.). NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT R SOLVED AND ORDERED BY THfe BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF PIMA. STATE OF ARI- That' triers be and hereby Is called an election for the purpose of submitting to trig real property taxpayers who are also qualified electors of High School District No. 1 of Plma County, Arizona, Ihe question of whether or not the bonds of the School District shall be Issued In the aggregate amount of 15,650,000., (or ttx purpose of raising money for purchasing school sites, construction of additional buildings, making alterations and additions to existing buildings, p u r c h a s i n g or constructing portable classrooms, supplying said buildings with furniture and apparatus, and Improving Ihe grounds thereof; and Installing wells, pumps, and tanks thereon. Thai the aggregate sum be submitted to the real property taxpayers of the District as one proposition on one ballot, for the sum ot FIVE MILLION SIX HUNDRED F I F T Y T H O U S A N D D O L L A R S ($5,650,000.1, as hereinafter provided; and If authorized by the taxpayers, then lo be embodied In one Issue of bonds. That the election shall be held on Thursday, the 1st day of June, 1947, at the Doolen, Maoee, Mansfeld, Navlor, Safford, Spring, Townsend, Vail, and Wakefleld Junior High School buildings, and at Cragln, Davidson, Duffy, Howell, Hudlow, Hughes, Keen. Kellond, Lynn, Menlo Park, Ochca. Pusbla Gardens, Roblson, Steelc, and Wheeler Elements- open at the hour of 6:00 a.m. of said ry School buildings, all In said Hlqh School District; that the polls shall be day and shall remain open until and be closed at the hour of 7:00 p.m. of said day. That at said election there shall be submitted to the real property taxpayers of said District who are In all respects qualified electors the following proposition. PROPOSITION Shall Hlsh School District No. 1 of Plma County, Arizona, Incur an Indebtedness above four per centum (4%) of the value of the taxable property In said District In the amount of FIVE MILLION SIX H U N D R E D FIFTY THOUSAND DOLLARS (15,450,000.1 and In evidence thereof Issue Its negotiable bords In the aggregate amount of FIVE MILLION SIX HUNDRED F I F T Y T H O U S A N D DOLLARS (55,650,000 ) for the purpose of raising money for purchasing school sites; bulldinq a new hlsh school on Site IX. located at Pantano and Es- calnnte Roads In the southrast portion of the District; making alterations and additions to existing bulld- Inas; purchasing or constructing port * b ; e classrooms; supplying Ihe same with furniture and apparatus; Improving the grounds thereof; and Installing wells, pumps, and tanks thereon; In and for said Hlsh School District; said bonds to bear Interest at a rate of not exceeding five per semlannuallv In each year In the denomination of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS (51,000.) each, or multiples thereof, and maturing serially over a period of not exceeding twenty years? Th*l the election shall be held, except as otherwise provided by law. In con- form'tv with the general election laws of Arizona; and only real property taxpayers who are In all oth*r respects qualified electors of the District shall be permitted to vote. That Elsa B. Hanna, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors. Is hereby Instruc ted to cause this order and notice to be posted and published as required by law. '·ffnf at »«ld election lher« shall be submitted to th« real Prowlv UxP«Yer* of said District who art in all respects Qualified ilictofj In. following proposl- PROPOSITION Shall School District No. I of Plma County Arlioni, Incur «n Indebtedness above four per centum H 1 ?*! or the value of the tixiblt property in said District In the ^cP^Ljnw DRED E fHJRTY° c FIVE H THOUSAND DOLLARS (W,33S,000.. dence thereof Issut T^REE'" (ittlufflPTHREW HUNDRED THIRTY-FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS ($3,335,000), for Ihe purpose of rmlilrw money for purchasing school sites] building elementary and lunlor high school-houses; making alterations ind additions to existing bulldlnesi purchnlng or constructing portable classrooms! supplying The same with furniture and apparatus; Improving tha grounds thereof) and Installing wells, pumps, and tanks thereoni IP and for said School District! said bonds to bear Interest at · rate of not exceeding rive per centum (S%) per annum, payable semiannuallv In each year. In Ihe denomination of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS (J1.QOO) each, or multiples thereof, arf 1 maturing serially over a period ft -.tot exceeding twenty years? That the election shall M held, except as otherwise provided by law. In conformity with the general election laws of Arliona; and only real property taxpayers who art In all other respects qualified electors of th« District »hall be permitted to vote. That Elsa B. Hanna, Cleric of the Board of Supervisors. Is hereby Instructed to cause this order and notice to be posted and published as required bv *IPASSED AND ADOPTED IM» 191h day of April, 1967. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA /S/ THOMAS S. JAY ATTEST?"TM" /s/ Elsa B. Hanni · r e p if iubllsh: AprM 14, 25,^26, 27, », J», Ml^r .., ll J4^ «', 2*', 2?'. Tucson Daily Citizen MINUTES BOARD OF SUPERVISORS MEETING APRIL 18, 1947 The Board ot Supervisors of Plma County Arizona, met In regular session at the regular meetlno place of the Uoard In the T'.-ansamenca Building, Tucson, Arizona, at 10 a.m., Tuesday, I ucson, Arizona, di lu a.m., iv«uaj, April IB. 1967, Upon roll call, those present and absent were as follows: Thomas A. Jay, Chairman pete Rubl. Member Dennis Weaver, Member Elsa B. Hanna, Clerk Absent: None ROADS MISSION ROAD: M On recommendation of Ihe County Engineer (D.A. Dl Clcco), It was moved by Mr. Weaver secondjd by Mr. Rubl and carried that the contract for pav ng Ml'slon Road from Ihe Tucson Cl V limits southerly approximately 5.5 miles be awarded lo L.M. While Contracting Company In accordance with Ihe terms of Its $43,449 low bid and that all other bids lecelved on April 17, 1967, be re- FLiP-LL: J. W. AND M.E. KREUTZ The Cleric presented Slate Applicator) No. 373, County No. 67-10-1167, covering R erson-lo-perso.1 transfer ol Ihe Series 5 quor license of Fred R. Belton, 9OT2 Kindles Highway, to John W. and Mary Ellen Krculi, dba Swede and Marv's Tavern. The application was posted on March, 29, 1967, and no written protests were (lied. The Chairman Inquired whether anyone wished to be heard. No one appeared It was moved by Mr Rubl, seconded bv Mr. Weaver, and car rled that the Board recommend to the State Department o( Liquor License and Control that the application be approved. F Thc~C'or'k presented Stale Application No 379, County No. 67-11-1168, covering person-to-person transfer of the Series 7 liquor license of Robert Murphey, dba 1 o's Tavern, 11495 Nogates Highway. .. Edward Armllo Bonn. The application was posted on March «, 1967, and no written protests were filed. The Chairman Inquired whether anyone wished I to be heard. No one appeared. It was moved, by Mr. Rubl. seconded by Mr. Weaver, and carried that the Board recommend to the State Department of Licenses and Control that Ihe ap- VOWING THE DEPARTMENT *, OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT. BP-MOTOR VEHICLE BUILDING! AACI, CONSTRUCTION On recommendation of the County Engineer, It was moved by Mr, Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubl, and carried that · the Board approve Change Order No. 5, providing for a $550.60 Increase in trx contract with BJ. Mott Construction ' ^o*ny for construction of the Mote* Vehicle BglMtna. (The price Increase la for additional work In th« plumbfnfl trenches both within and outilde th* building. HiSA -- CIVIL DEFENSE: MICOMMUNITY SHELTER) On December 5, 1964, th« Board ·) Supervisors passed a resolution soaring Its Intention to participate In the "Fallout Shelter Utilization Plan" as prt- sened by Arizona State Civil Defense , representatives on the same date. On January 19, 1967, the Board notified the Reglnai Director, CHfice of Civil Defense (OCD), Region Seven, Santa Rosa, Call- fornla, that Raymond J. Downey (Deputy Director of the local Civil Defense Aoency) will serve as Community Shelter Proiect (CSP) 'eader, if a contract Is concluded, and will be sent to the CSP workshop at OCD Staff College, Battle Creek, Michigan; that upon his return (rom the CSP workshop, the Deouty Director will prepare a letter proposal lor a CSP contract, which will be submitted by Plma County to the contracting officer of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers as a basis for negotiations looking toward the conclusion of a CSP contract; and that the County Planning Department will be the responsible planning entity. The Clerk, reported receipt of a copy of a letter from the City of Tucson to the Region Seven Civil Defense Director slating Ihe City's Intent to participate In the national community shelter planning program with the understanding that Plma County will submit a letter proposal to Ihe Army Corps of Engineers and that the County's Planning Department will be the planning entity responsible tor preparation of the Tucson- Plma County Community Shelter Plan In Ihe event a contract Is concluded with Corps of Engineers. Pursuant to the Board's previous actions, the Assistant Planning Director (Ronald R. Asia) presented the request of Ihe Tucson-Plma County Civil Defense Agency that a civilian firm be named lo work In conlunctlon with the Corps of Engineers, If a contract Is concluded, on Phase II of the community shelter proiect. Albert Goorwltch (engineer, Blanton ole) slated his firm was retained to repare the original planning for the helter proiect (Item 19, November 17, 964, minutes); and that he is preoa- ed to attend the OCD Staff College workshop beginning April 28, 1967, In order that work on Ihe program can be contracted during the present fiscal year. On consideration. If was moved by Mr. Rubi, seconded by Mr. Weaver, and ' (li reaffirm its . , carried that the Board designation of Raymond J Downey, as AREA . , CSP leader and authorize his attendance at pCD S t a f f College, Battle Creek, lAlchloan, beginning April 28. 1947; and 1) appoint Blanlon Cole as the civll- an engineering tlrm to work with the Army Corps of Engineers In matters relating to Phase II of the Community Shelter Plan for the Tucson-Pima County area. As there was no objection, the Chairman declared a recess at 11:10 a.m. The Board reconvened at 2 p.m.; and upon roll call, those present and absent were as follows: Present: Thomas S. Jay, Chairman Dennis Weaver, Member Elsa B. Hanna, Cleric Absent: Pete Rubl, Member SCHOOLS-CONTRACTS: INDIAN OASIS ELEMENTARY (ADDITIONS) The Chairman staled this Is the time and the place designated and legally advertised for opening bids on construction of a two-classroom and band-practice room addition to Indian Oasis Elementary School, Sells Protect Ariz - 44-C-517- A141; and he Instructed the Cleric lo open, publicly declare, and spread uoon the minutes all bids received. The bids are as follows: BIDDER* BID W.A. MUTTERER » 79,987.00 IRVING D. RUBINSTEIN, , ,., ,, CONTRACTOR 91,187.00 LYNCH ENGINEERING CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LAWRENCE MICKEY S. SON HANSON CONSTRUCTION 130,000.60 NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received In Ihe of- Ice of the Plma County Purchasing casa i Ajjfur T. Brown, for tabulalon and re- On recommendation of the, school " as presented by Hercel W Mer- h . ( 5ucer intendent, School District Housing and n may 17, 1966. the Board of Supervisors, pending review of the suoge« ll ~"and Inquiries of alfecled property ABcnl7 3855 sttiif BltT Avenue, Tucson, j ^^"Highw.y-Unda Vis"" RoSd Area I N ' 0a "i 0) ;^d'wimToncurrVnce'of the^r- Arizona, up to 10:00 a.m.. May 26, 1»" plan, a proposal to amend the Masler ££,-, "i" nd Tr , ornas Moore (senior field lor the following: | plan to provide tor ueneraljand uses in I t ""^' - -· u-..-i-- -BID B-M43 - OFFICE " ' CHAIRS To furnish Plma Coun pltal with Three (3) eacl estal Desks; Two (2) ea-... estal Desks; Three (3) each, Executive Chairs, with Side Arms, Two (2) each. Stenographic Chairs; and Eight (8) each. Side Chairs, Without Arms, as per specifications called for by Plma County. Opening of the Bid B-2643 will be at 10:00 a.m.. May 26, 1W7 n the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bid may be procured from the olflcii ol the Plma" County Purchasing Agent, 2815 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Successful vendor (s) shall be required to furnish a sufficient Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of 'Vhe^Board of Supervisors restrves Ihe right to reiect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities In the bids or "'DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Superv.sors t N s i a y o f Board of Supervisors Pima County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Citizen May 15, 16, 17, II. 20, 22, 23, 24, and 25. 1967 NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS. HEREBY. GIVEN that sealed bids will be received In the office of the Plma County Purihaiing Agent, 2855 South »th Avenue, Tucson, Arliona, up to 10:00 a.m., Juna 8, 1947 - WHITE GOODS AND o M S C o u n . y Geije-a, Hospital with White Goods and Assoelated Items, as per speclflca ions ca led for bv Plma County. Opening of Ihe Bid B-263S will b* ot 18:00 i.rn.. June 8, ?947 In the office of the P i l1m » fhc °i n , t , v Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Ave- nU s e peIi^a»l'on A s rl r°«Ta a flng I. the atores.ld bid may be procured from he office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South BIh Avenue, Tucson, Arliona. Bidder shall be required to turnlsh a sutficlent Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reiect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive i any Irregularities or Informalities In the bids or DONE 9 BY ORDER of the Board of Su- perv ,sors this^ay g May, mj.^ Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Dally Cltlien May 11, 12, 13, 15, 14, 17, 18, 19. 20 and 22, 1947. __ _ there was no further business to ,,..._ before the Board, the meetlna was adlourned at 7-.4S p.m. Thomas s . Jay Chairman /s/ Elsa B. Hanna P-UBLIStV: May 17, 1967 Funeral Announcements Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona up to 10:00 a.m., June 8, 1967 for the following: _ , , ,, c o i n BID B-2636 - X-RAY FILM, SOLUTIONS AND ASSOCIATED SUPPLIES To furnish Plma County , w ' lh , l *;J* a . y . Film, Solutions and Associated Supplies for a period of one U) year, beolnnlno July 1, 1967 to and Including June 30, 1968, forlhe Plma County General Hospital and the Plma County H e a h Department, a per .pecltlcatlonj cilled for by Plma County. Opening of the bid B-2636 will be at 10:00 a.m., June 9, 1967 In the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 81h Avenue, Tuc- Speclfications relallna to the aforesaid bid may be procured from the office or Ihe Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 South 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish · sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves th« rloht fo reiect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irresularitlc: cr Informalities In the bids or bidding PASSED AND ADOPTED thb Itlh day DONE BY ORDER o,I the Board of Su O Anrll. t BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA /s/ THOMAS S. JAY C H A I R M A N ATTEST: /s/ Elsa B. Hanna Cterk Publish: April It, IS, It, 27, 78, 29, May 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, S, 9. 10, 11, 12. 13, 15. 16, 17, 18, 19. 50, 22. 23, 3*. 25. 26. 27. Tucson Dally Citizen pervisors this 4th day ot May, 1967. p THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Pima County, Arizona PUBLISH: Tucson Daily Citizen May 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, IB, 19, and 72, 1967. B I D S C I T Y OF TUCSON NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON B R O A D W A Y . RANDOLPH WAY TO COUNTRY CLUB ROAD PAVING PROJECT U.S. 345 (8) May 24, 1967 Notice Is hereby given that a public hearing will be conducted by th* City Engineer of the City of Tucson In Ihe Council Chamber In th May 24, 1967 at 10 a.m. At that time all Interested persons will be given an opportunity to be heard concerning their views on the proposed Improvements. Plans as presently proposed for Broad way call for a divided 100 foot wide roadway lo carry six moving lanes of traffic with curbs, storm sewers and median landscacing. Interested citizens and owners of property in the immediate area to be effected by the proosed improvement will have Ihe opportunity to state their opinions COflCtmlr^S tn* r»rnon«»H and design and the 'poYsFbfe economic effects. All comments will b« recorded tt the time and will receive consideration when final design determinations are "CITY OF TUCSON /s/MARY FIELDS City Cierk PUBLISH: May 10 and May 17, 1947 Tucson Dally Cltlien RESOLUTION, ORDER, AND NOTICE PROVIDING FOR ft S P E C I A L E L E C T I O N TO BE HELD ' SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. ONE OF PIMA COUNTY, ARIZONA, J=OR THE PURPOSE OF SUBMITTING Pur naslng Agent, 2855 South 81h Avenue, 7 ucson. Arizona for Ihe fol l9 wlnB _ SYRINGES enera, Ho.- ANO To Type) in various sizwi ','"^'AV 1 "" 1 " K'I! ^..»,,.^, v, .., c ._,,» vi .ui-^v,,. * i (Clinical), Rectal and Oral; Dlsposaoie Council Chamber In the old City Hall on Hypodermic Needles (Sterile) In various - -- - sizes; Hypodermic Syringes 'Genera Purpose and Special Purpose); and Tub- Ing (plastic) for a period of one 1 yea' beginning July 1, 1967 to and in eluding June 30, 1968, as per specific aliens called for by Plma County Sealed Bids on Bid B -- No. 2632 w( be received up to 1:00 p.m., June ' 1967. Opening of the Bid B -- No. 2632 will be at 2:00 p.m., June 7, 1967 in in office of the Plma County Purchasln Agent, «55 South 8th Avenue, Tucson · I N C t S j UNDERPADS; DIS - ' - - !RS; AIJTOCLAVABL GLOVES AND AS5O SlfR'G'EO'NS C1 B A , TD£D B IT ! MS MO. 7«3 - SURGICAL To furnish Plma County General Hospital with Ga jze Sponsesi Dressings; Disposable DlaperJi Underpads; Autocla- vable Surgeons' Gloves and Associated Items tor a one (1) vear period begin- nln? July 1, 1?67 to and Including June 30, 1968, as per specifications called for by Plma County. Sealed Bids on Bid B -- No. 3633 will be received UP lo 3:« p.m. Juno /, 1947. Opening of Ihe Bid B -- No. 5633 will be at 2:« p.m.. June 7, 1»67 In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2»iS South llh Avenm, Tucson, Arlzcni. as follows"' " .. . . I wlth"tne'~terms oj his Part i _ Irom Ina Road northerly to and re!ect ,11 other Linda Vlsla Road bf'ween dale . the Casa Grande Highway and the Santa Cruz River Part 1 1 -- f r o m Ina Road northerly to . Linda Vista Road extending' c ^' east of the Highway at depths varying Irom a few hundred leet to approximately one-half mile Part I I I -- ( r o m Ina Road southerly to the City of Tucson limits at Sweetwater Drive between the Highway and the River p a r t jv -- f r o m Ina Road southerly to the City of Tucson limits extending easterly of Ihe Highway at variable depths In Its original Iransmlltat, the Planning ^id Zoning Commission unanimously recommended that the Plan be adooted ftr Parts, t, II. and III and that Part IV be withheld from action pending more detailed study of existing land uses In the area. Subjcquenlly, Part IV, of the Plan was adooted by the Board on January 17, 1967. The Associate Planning Director (A. R. Garcia) delineated on a large map existing and proposed land uses and generil zoning classifications encompassed w'lhin me first three parts of Ihe area. Part I Is proposed to remain largely aprlcultural. with Ihe .ixceptlon of industrial transitional, and commercial uses at the malor Hlohway Inlersec- tlons At Cortaro Farms Road, where Iherj Is an exsitlng small commercial development, Ihe Commission al the request of Albert S. Oshrln (allecled property owner), has recommended an Increase of the acreage proposed for commercial USES. Part I! hss sxlsilr.s Indus)-lal zoning at Ihe northern boundary along Ihe Linda Vista Road intersection, with commercial use proposed at Ina Road; otherwise. It Is proposed that the area rema.n suburban as It is presently developed. Part III encompasses an area closer lo Ihe City and exlsllnc development Is more varied. There are public uses by the Sanitary District; buffer zones are proposed along Ihe Santa Crur and Rllllto rivers; addl- t onal acreage for trailer homesiles is suggested; and commercial and transitional uses are recommended Blond the Highway as buffer zones tor already approved heavy and proposed light Industrial areas The Associate Planning Director reported that the three areas he described encompass approximately 3,5*3 acres that. Including Part IV, and Area Plan comprises a little over 5.000 acres. The Board members commended The Associate Planning Director (or this presentation; and the Chairman Inauired whether anyone wlsned to be heard. No one appeared. It was thereupon rnovcd bv Mr Weaver, seconded bv Mr. Rubi, and carried that the Board, In accordance with Iho Commission's recommendation, aporove Parts, I. II, and III of the Arei Plan ns presented. 3PS.Z--Z: C09-66-4I T. E. BERRIDGE NO J.b. NAoWALL PETITION. The Clerk presented a proposed ordinance rezoni ig sr^perly norm ui Haruy *oad and west ol Mesa Verde Road in he vicinity of Lobo Road and Hopdown Avenu* (Lots 3 and 9, Dateland Suooivi- sion from SR to CR-1 as approved by he Board ol Supervisors on Feoruary 21 1967 II was moJCd by Mr. Weaver, seconded by Mr. Rubi, and carried that 'he Board poss an ordinance entitled ORDINANCE NO. 1967-6 AMENDING AND CHANGING PIMA COUNT ZONING MAP NO. 162 IN THE VICINITY OF H A R D Y ROAO A N D MEjA VERDE ROAD AS R E F E R R E D TO IN PIMA C O U N 1 Y ORDINANCE NO. 1552-111 AND HE- PEALING ALL O R D I N A N C E S AND PARTS OF ORDINANCES IN CONFLICT HEREWITH. DP8.Z-rC: T. 12 S . R. U E. DPiZ-FC: DATELAND SUBDIVISION In connection witn the T.E. eerridge and J E. Nasw.ill Zoning Petition No. Co9-66-41 and on -ecommendalion ol the Planning and Zoning Commission and the County Engineer. It was moved bv Mr Jay, seconded by Mr. Rubi, and carried that Ihe Board approve and accept two Declarations of Restrictions and Convenants Running with Ine Land, holding Pima County harmless for damage re'ating lo the use of land rezoned ,.-ri. r Ordinance No. 1967-7 (Item 6). he hold-ramless covenants covering .-operties in the S£'.i of Section 3}.. T 2 S , R. 13 E. (Dateland Subdivision, .ots ' anJ 9) are Irom (1) John E. laswail and Anna Naswalj and (2) homas E. Berridge and Claire D. Beridge. G A-F E D E R A L HOUSING CHUD) The Planning Director (John S. Tsa- guris) presented a proposed resolution to e lointly adopted by the Board ot Su- ervisors, the Mayor and Council of the "ity cf Tucson, and me Mayor and Council of the Town of Soulh lutson rs- lallng lo Ihe establishment of a suitable reviewing commiltee ot elective otricials for local applications to the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). He ufilained that the ussolution is essentially the same as that approved a f t e r conferences with representatives, of Ihe three local governmental asenaes that It has been approved by le«a counsel for the respective bodies, that tha Mavor and Council ol the City of Tucson adopted Ihe resolution on Apri 17, 10*7 »nri ihM th» Mavor and Council o' the"Town of Soulh Tucson will art on tne matter at Its nex.t meetino. ,,__.,,, After the Chairman read the pressed document In Its entirely, It was moved u by Mr. Rubl, seconded bv Mr. Weaver, and carried that the Board ot Suner- vlsorj pass a resolutlcn entitled A JOINT RESOLUTION RELAY- BRENDT, William F., 57, 3120 N. R o m e r o , passed away May 16. Survived by wife, Anna L.; brother, Charles E., of Elmhurst, II!.; sisters, Clara Busscher, o f South Haven, Mich., Myrtle Hallmann, of Chicago, 111. Funeral services Saturday, 2 p.m. at Grace Episcopal Church. In lieu of flowers the family suggests remembrances to the Grace Episcopal Church Memorial F u n d . Arrangements by Deir's Valley Funeral Home. CHASE, Jerome, 72, 5150 E. Hawthorne, passed away ; May 16th. Survived by wife, Anna. Services will be conducted Wednesday, 11 am, Adair Chapel. Rabbi Ben- ; jamin Graubart of Congregation Young Israel will offi- ; ciate. Interment in Evergreen Cemetery. Arrangements by .Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway^ CORONA, Jesus Sanchez, 84, 118 E. 22nd, died May 15. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Maria Luisa Carley, Mrs. C a r m e n Pesqueira, Mrs. Lupe Quinones; ^ons, Carlos Corona and Fernando Sanchez; 25 grandchildren; 22 great grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Wednesday, 8 pm, Tucson Mortuary Chapel. Mass will be offered Thursday. 9 am, Santa Cruz Church. Interment in Holy Hope Cemetery. Arrangements by Tucson Mortuary, 204 S. Stone. DONALDSON, Olen W., 52, of 1167 W. Samalayuca, died May 15th in Dallas, Texas. He was Salesmanager for Holmes Tattle. Survived by wife, Evaline; sons, Gary W., and Capt. Ben M. Donaldson; mother, Mrs. Grace Swiney; brother, Cmdr. Cecil Donaldson. Services Thursday, 2 p.m., Arizona Mortuary Chapel, Stone and Third St. Interment, Evergreen Cemetery. Friends may call at the Mortuary Wednesday afternoon and evening. Active Pallbearers: Harry Clayton, Frank Cumin i n g s , Ross Roberison, Houston Blue, Hal Rudi, and Bob Page. Honorary Pallbearers: Jerry Dember, Larry Lumar, Harry Ransom, and Dr. T. P. liams.

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