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Friday, June 29, 1973
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Obituaries t^ Aiftlec Sellers '*• s'V' ' '-services fof Asatee Sellers 78, wlH be at 10 a.m. Saturday ift Willow Grove Baptist Church, 3244 S. 40th St. Friends may call from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. today in Webber & Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Burial will be in Double Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Mrs, -Sellers, 2728 E. Weir, died last Friday in Memorial Hospital. Born in Milford, Tex., she came here in 1942 from Seymour, Tex. She was a member of Daughters of tabor, Tabernacle No. 9 and Was a real estate broker. Survivors' include her husband, Theodore; a son, John- of Phoenix, and three grandchildren. , Albert Faunt SUN CITY - Albert E. Faunt, 72, who had been a self-employed' contractor and builder of wood stairs for SO years in San Francisco and Oakland, Calif., died Wednesday in Bosweli Memorial Hospital. Mr. Faunt, 9428 W. Greenway, moved here in 1972 from Walnut Creek, Calif. He was a member of a Masonic lodge in Mill Valley, Calif., the Sun City Square Club, and lawn bowling and square dance clubs here. He was born in Oakland. Survivors include his wife, Alice; two daughters, Mrs. M a r j o r i e Christy of Firebaugh, Calif., Mrs. Jean Anderson of Waterford, Calif.; seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Lundberg Golden Door Chapel arranged private services and burial. Contributions may be made to the Heart Fund. J. C. Volner Services for J.C. Volner, 23, who had served with the Army in South Vietnam, will be at 9 a.m. Saturday in A.L. Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Gerenwood Cemetery.7p Mr. Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Volner, 925 S. 28th Ave., was born in Miami. He died Wednesday in Memorial Hospital. He lived in Phoenix most of his life. He was a truck driver for Tiffany Construction Co. Survivors include his wife, Sherri; a son, Michael Lee; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Lee V ol n e r; three brothers, Freddie L., Larry and Jimmie, all of Phoenix; and a sister, Mrs. Denton Randall of Bagdad. Ines C. Wallace MIAMI — Services for Mrs. Ines C. Wallace, 82, who died Wednesday in Gila General Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. Saturday in Miles Mortuary Chapel. Cremation will follow at Greenwood Memorial Park in Phoenix. Mrs. Wallace was a native of Ridgway, 111., and had lived here for 27 years. She is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Elsie Greer of Central Heights, Mrs. Sylvia Harrison of Fairfax, Va., and Mrs. Wilma Hemphill of Compton, Calif.; a brother, William C. Carnett of Phoenix, eight grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren. Driver gets long term in morals case Central Arizona Bureau FLORENCE - Robert T. Tingle, 23, of Tucson, who has admitted immoral acts with two female hitchhikers he picked up last October, was sentenced Thursday to serve 8 to 12 years in Arizona State Prison. Final County Superior Court Judge E.D. McBryde ordered Tingle to serve l to 5 years each on two counts of lewd and lascivious acts against each girl, and 8 to 12 years each on charges of sodomy against one girl and aggravated assault on the other. McBryde stipulated the sentences would run concurrently. Court records show that a psychiatric examination was administered May 25, after which Tingle was declared mentally fit to stand trial. Another psychiatric examination is slated for today to determine whether Tingle requires additional psychiatric treatment. He pleaded guilty June 18 to the four counts in a pleat bargaining agreement with Coqpty Attorney Robert Bean. Kenneth Bass Rosary for Kennett C. Bass, 84, a member of the Silver Wings of World War I, will be at 7:30 p.m. today in Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Mass will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in the Church of St. Vincent de Paul, 3140 N. 51st Ave. Entombment will be in St, Francis Mausoleum, Mr. Bass, 5632 W. Roma, died Thursday in Mary vale Samaritan Hospital. He had been an Army pilot in World War t and had been treasurer for the Central Arizona. Project, Born in England, he came to Phoenix in 1956 from New York City and was a retired bookkeeper. Survivors include a sister in •England. Rudolph Henclrix Services for Rudolph Hendrix, 36, will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Broadway Baptist Church, 3201 E. Wood. Friends may call from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. today in Webber;& Sons Mortuary, 1641 E. Jefferson. Burial will be in Dou* ble Butte Cemetery, Tempe. Mr. Hendrix, 4118 E.Wins- low, died Sunday in Phoenix. Born in Mineral Springs, Ark., he came here 17 years ago and had been a laborer. Survivors include his wife, Cherrie Ann; three sons, Rudolph, Darrell and Ray; two daughters, Ethel Hendrix and Mrs. Barbara Jones; his mother, Mrs. Ethel Hendrix; his father and stepmother, Mr. and Mrs. Josh Walker; a brother, John Walker; and a sister, Mrs. May Johnson, all of Phoenix and three other brothers out of state. Frank Olvera A wake for Frank Olvera, 73, will be held from 7,p.m. to 11:30 p.m. today in Universal Memorial Center, 1100 E. Jefferson. Services will be at 8 a.m. Saturday in the mortuary. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mr. Olvera, 1414 E. Diamond, ' died Tuesday in a Phoenix hospital. Born in Clifton, he came to Phoenix 38 years ago and was employed four years by Memory Lawn Cemetery before retiring. He was a member of the Seventh-day Adventist.Church. . Survivors include his wife, Ruth; two daughters, Mrs. Beatrice Lujan and Mrs. Arlene Contrerras of Phoenix; five sons, Robert and Angel Olvera and Arthur Gomez of Phoenix, Fernando Gomez of Los Angeles and Andrew Gomez of Anaheim, Calif, and 25 grandchildren. Robert H. Jewell PRESCOTT — Services for Robert H. Jewell, 78, who died Wednesday in his home at Yarnell, will be at 2 p.m. today in Hampton Funeral Home Chapel. Burial will be in Artesia, N.M. ..; Mr. Jewell was born in Olean, N.Y., and had lived in Arizona for 28 years. He operated a cafe in Artesia for about five years before coming to Arizona, where he settled in Phoenix. He operated a cafe in Phoenix until 1958. He then purchased the Hub Cafe in Yarnell and operated it until he retired in 1966. He was a veteran of World War I, and a lifetime member of the Elks Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Ellen; a son, John of Olean; two stepsons, Franklin Bowdoin of Phoenix, and Stewart Bowdoin of Juneau, Alaska; two daughters, Mrs. Jean Pounds- of Desert Center, Calif., and Mrs. Marjorie Betancourt of El Paso, Tex., and eight grandchildren. Robert O'Dttlrytwplc Alfredo Verdugo Dtmngln Robert James O'Dalrymple, 65, who came here in 1919 from Erie, Pa. and had been a truck driver until retiring in 1967, died. Wednesday of a heart ailment in his home, 402 N. 41st Dr; Mr. O'Dalrymple had been employed by various firms here, including Al Knutson Trucking Co., and was a member of the Teamsters Union. He was born in Titusville, Pa. Survivors include his wife, G e r t r u d e; a son, Robert Greenlee of Phoenix; four daughters, Mrs, Patricia Titus of Las Vegas-, Mrs. Betty Hines, Mrs. Jacquelin Wood and Mrs. 'Nancy Wood of Phoenix; a sister of Pennsylvania; 13 grandchildren and .four great-grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Arizona Funeral Home, 376 N. Third Ave. Burial Will be in Greenwood , Cemetery. Peter Sevok SUN CITY — Peter R. Se- vok, 59, a manufacturing engineer for 32 years for General Electric Co. in Erie, Pa., died Wednesday in Valley View Hospital, YoungtoWn. Mr. S e y o k, 12022 Saint Annes Drive", was born in Scranton, Pa:, and came here in 1968 from Harborcreek, Pa. He was a member of St. Stephen Byzantine Church in Phoenix. Survivors include his wife, Helen; a son, Ronald of Erie; a daughter, Mrs. Andrey Blackmer of Wesleyville, Pa.; a sister, Mrs. Mary Brown of Phoenix; a sister and a brother out of state, and three grandchildren. Services will be at 9 pm. today in Lundberg Golden Door Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Mass will be at 9 a.m. Saturday in St. Stephen Byzantine Church, 8141 N. 16th St., Phoenix. Burial will be in Sunland Ceme- 'tery. John F. Code! PRESCOTT — Services for John F. Godel, 78, who died Wednesday in Yavapai Community , Hospital, will be in Schuyler, Neb. Mr. Godel was born in Fremont, Neb., and came to Arizona 11 years ago. In Phoenix, he had been employed for 8 years at the John C. Lincoln Memorial Hospital and at Walg r e en 's Drug Store. He came to Prescott three years ago. He was a member ; of the : Masonic Lodge and the Shrine. He was a veteran of World War I, a member of the American Legion and the American Lutheran Church. Survivors include his wife, Esther; a daughter, Mrs. Lois' Shonka of Schuyler, and three . sisters, all out of state. Hampton Funeral Home, Prescott, is in charge of local arrangements. Milton Brown SUN CITY—Mil ton G. Brown, 76, owner and president of the Baker Valve Co. for 45 years in Minneapolis, died Wednesday hi Valley. View Hospital. Mr. Brown, 10403 Roundelay Circle, came here in 1969 from Northfieldi, Minn., and was a member of the First Baptist Church of Glendale. He was born in Estherville, Iowa. Survivors include his wife, Marion; two sons, Milton of Marshall, Minn, and Roger of Bloomington', Minn.; a sister out of state and nine grandchildren. Friends may call from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. today in Lundberg Golden Door 'Chapel, 11211 Michigan Ave., Youngtown. Services and burial will be in Minneapolis. Alfredo B. Vcrdugo, 64, who had been a hardware salesman for 40, years for O'Malley Building Materials at 1402 S. Central, died Thursday ut Good Samaritan Hospital. A MC. Verdugo; 376 W.'COcd* pah, was born in Phoenix and before joining O'Malley's was in business with his father in Verdugo tt Sons Cement Contractors. He was a member of the Church of St. Anthony. Survivors include his wife, Rafaela; a son, Ignacio; a daughter,, Mrs. Sally Salazar; a brother,, Alberto, all of Phoenix, and two grandchil* dren. v • '••• Rosary, will be at 7:30p.tti today in Whitney & Murphy Chapel, 330 N. Second Ave. Mass will be at 9 a.m, Saturday in the church, 909 S. First Ave. Burial will ; be to S,t. Francis Cemetery. Marguerite Wise Marguerite E. Wise, 68,who had been a Sunday school teacher in the Presbyterian Church at Rhwanhurst, Pa., died Thursday in John C. Lincoln Hospital. Mrs. Wise, 5602 N. Seventh St., was born in North Jackson, Ohio, and moved here eight years ago from Philadelphia. Survivors include her husband, Arthur; two sons, Ronald ,of Northridge, Calif., David of Philadelphia, and four grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. S a t,u r d a y in Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Seventh St. Cremation will follow. Leo Wilhelm PRESCOTT — Rosary for Leo B. "Sharkey" Wilhelm, 65, who died Wednesday in a Phoenix hospital, will be at 7:30 p.m. Monday in Ruffner Funeral Home. Mass Will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, with burial in Mountain View Cemetery. Mr. Wilhelm was born in Winslow and lived his entire life in the state. He had been a resident of Prescott since 1933 and was in business here prior to retiring five years ago. He was an Army veteran of World War II, a member of the American Legion, the Sacred Heart Church and the Elks Lodge. He is survived by his wife, Esther,; a -son', Gary Mr of Phoenix; a 'brother, Joseph of Peoria, and a number of nephews and nieces. Friends may call from 5 p.m. to rosary time Monday at Ruffner Funeral Home. The family suggests memorials to the American Cancer ; Society in care of Ruffner Fu- 'neral Home, P 0. Box 61, Prescott. Jewell K. Womack PRESGQTT — Services for Mrs. Jewell K. Womack, 72, longtime Prescott resident who died Thursday in Yavapai Community Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Ruffner's Funeral Home. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery. Mrs. Womack was born in Brownwood, Tex. She arrived with her family in Phoenix in 1912, and moved to Prescott in 1920. She had lived here since. •-,.-.. Survivors include her husband, Herman; a son, Lester, a district park ranger at Saguaro National Monument at Tucson; a sister, Mrs. Frankie Johnson of Prescott, and two grandchildren. Friends may call from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Friday at Ruffner's Funeral Home, by Duiiagin .Hdl SymMMt "OOtJ'T TAHE ANyriMjU^ BUf tWBV, I UJAWT AWVOW6 fO THIWK. VU6 WEI2E MIX£P UP IM Pomes," Beatrice Services for Beartice J. Peterson, 72, who died Tuesday in St. Joseph's Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Cremation will follow. Mrs! Peterson, 301 W. Minnezona, was born in South Dakota and moved to Phoenix in 1945 from Salt Lake City. She was a housewife and member ". of the Protestant faith. Survivors include three sons, James of T a c o m a, Wash., David of Oceanside, Calif., and Douglas of Phoenix; a brother, Evan James of San Francisco, and eight grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society, 4700 N. 12th St. Edna Bitsoie INDIAN WELLS —Services for Mrs. Edna Bitsoie, 53, who died Tuesday at the Winslow Public Health Service Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. today in the .Owens Mortuary Chapel, Holbrook, Burial will be in Holbrook Cemetery. Mrs. Bitsoie , was born in Indian Wells, on; the Navajo reservation, and lived in this area most of Rerlife. She had ; been, an instructional aide : in child care for. the Bureau of Indian Affairs for 25 years. She is survived by her husband, Delford; a daughter, Mrs. Margie Robe rts of Hampton, Ontario; a brother, Cecil Stewart, and two sis- tefs, Mrs. Mary Franklin and Mrs. Maud Shirley, all of Indian Wells, and three grandchildren. ' ; s>* -. Mary Rece Mary G. Rece, 86, who was born in Centralia, Mo., and attended Christian College in Columbia, Mo., died Wednesday in Doctors Hospital. Mrs. Rece, 7550 N. 16th St., . moved to Phoenix in 1962 fr,om Denver. She was a member of the Daughters of the Am e r i c a n Revolution Chapter in Sterling, Colo. S ifr v i v o r s include two daughters, Helen Rece of Phoenix amd Mrs. Caswell Neal of Carlsbad, N.M. Entombment will be in Denver, A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary announced; OVERHEAD Hiring a salesman can cost an employer anywhere from $5,000 to $18,000, according to retailers. The cost includes recruiting, employment procedures, extra supervisory costs, wastage, unearned compensation and incidentals^ Lena Luzzi CASHION — Lena Bernice Luzzi, 61, who had been a secretary in the Goodyear office of the First National Bank until retiring in 1967, died Wednesday in Phoenix Medi Centers of America. Mrs. Luzzi, 10935 Second St., was born in Waco, Tex., and moved to Cashion 19 years ago from Brooklyn. Survivors include her husband, John A.; two sisters and two brothers out of state. Friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. today in A. L. Moore & Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams, Phoenix. Burial will be in Waco. Coyote is called battling survivor of extermination Enterprise Science Service Only one American predator has successfully resisted the most violent efforts to exterminate it, increasing in :numbers and .extending its range —.the coyote. As settlers pushed westward, the coyote moved east until, v last November a 50 pound male was strung up for public view in Millinocket, Maine, the first in memory there. John Cole, writing in Harper's magazine, described the mixed reaction. Townspeople gathered round "like primitive villagers . . . they ;cursed, reviled and spat upon the dead coyote." A bill was quickly introduced in the state legislature, setting a $50 bounty on the animals that hunters said would threaten the annual 40,000 head take of deer. , A familiar confrontation of conservation forces erupted, with environmentalists calling the coyote (probably never a Maine native) "a new and noble predator," and conservative Down Easters calling the environmentalists "anti - people." The state supervisor of wildlife services, Frank Gramlich, told a legislative hearing that bounties probably would not work. "Didn't they work pretty well on the Indians?" shot back one assemblyman. Despite what Cole calls "these clumsy lunges to the simpler times of colonialism and extermination," the bill was defeated soundly, 73 to 55. Gramlich later predicted the action could pave the way for restoring a natural balance with "plenty of food for all species," including Maine's long absent native predator, the timber wolf. AIR CONDITIONING 3 TON PACKAGE REFRIGERATION Completely INSTALLED To exisitng electrical $ I098 TAPPAN AIR CONDITIONING CAU 9440 $41 FOR FREE ESTIMATE OREEN STAMPS YM 1200-One Book QfSliHQreen Stamps WITH ESTIMATE Ask about our 5 Year "P«oce of Mind" Warranty 3 TON ELECTRA-PAK ElEC. HEATING and REFRIGERATION Completely INSTALLED To existing electrical ALPINE AIR CONDITIONING 17?2W. HATCHER Phoenix, An*. 8§Q21 'Tpur Comfort is Our Business' Alt EDITIONS Phoenix, Friday, June 29, lift Hit AHtOM Republic B4f Legal AdvertMng Legal Advertising ^ Xvtnut, Oitnfllle, Artton*. , A» this SthoW bis for |K» year tM UlltPICt. lnf sflioel BMfd sh« prilintiM .pr i<l»r»tlon . * AN* Kb. SF"Bt hrllKlmlytMHILY HO. (IP MPLOYFt* I. DISTRICT (KJIKltt mt ' Tuftl Vnr Flictt Y(.r AfclfMSTRATIOW-' MM I0.1t I wo 1090 asr* B*e>i tt (MM ( !,«)....( tA) Hfldtfll ,,,.,. ( 1.0 ) ...I ( 1.0 ) plittliiiJMI ( 1.1 )....( 2.8) I.MD.M CutKItt fflMl frIWIf* »«,frt«clpit« ... ftrtWf Adm. nrfle«i . n.300.00. 100.739.00^ 400.00,, 14.600,00^. Otlw TOTAL ... ........ ... OTI-HATION OP SCHOOL fUW - ff*g« iml sdlHH JMilMIII EmfPlo/M .......... <7*.75) , . «I.MI.aO_ 9, 240,845.00' 11(1* w» 9400 t»* IV. TOTHf, • (90.00) M6,4fjQ.M, _««?,*».eO_ «30,470.00. 333.000.00. .4».00fl.06_ . 150.1 I.T46^S7Q.OO«I MiMennti FmrJciyrn ( W.75) .. t. ( M',0 ) Milerlile.SiippIllH.Elptlw ' J 1 " 1 ••••• "••" •'•• I.OOP.00.. , K500.00. , 1.500.66.«">l»* • • 99.500.00. , 100.500.00. ,122.306.00:- TOTAI> 436,825.00. 419,900.00 »3I,3«O.OV AUXILIARY AGENCIES - 5000 , 9040 mo SIM DIM 5.100 5400 am SMM 3)09 n MM •MO •SOU •MM •TOO lltilth Senlc Allendinte Seiflct . Pupil Tnntpollllicin (7.0). ( - )• \^\: •Phy*lc»!nduc»Hnnlnlfi.Miifil .. ( .),...( . ) •Hiytlcil Kdlic. Inler-Schnliitle .. ( „-)....{ w ) A,,,,J»«*r.k 2 - 5 °°'°°' Pupil TmrrwrniM Lunth Prnjrim. ........... PhyikilFjIntillMlfiliiMwil ^ RtytktlRoMMIffli Urtf-St)ie(»irt< ••**i»,t..,,«i,, ( , f) i, 155 OOoLdoZ T"" 1 • "^Mi.nn OrMi' ................(.....«........., TOTAL ,. FIXBO CIIAROM - eOOtt Rtnt or Lett* For • PeritHl Nnt tfl T.H*4 OM Ye«r btMrince Prfmhimi (Oihrr thi* Penowiel) . Iniuianct Premiuml Tnr Penonhtl Irtrluirriel CwnpenMlfon PrtmMM , O.A.S.I.ConM»l!nm Stile R«Hrimtn( f.' InlerettMlt MM Oilm Vf. 'vm. ni, Allefillnn. (6.0 *S)0 O) Miltrlil, 15)0 (c) Cnnli OrMc TOTAI. TUniOHTOOTHtRSCHOOLDmiUCn-9000 ORANDTOTAL ....... . WPENOITW6B ESTIMATED HOT ACTUAL - DUE TO ENCUMBRANCE LAW • lUDoer six MR, CENT LIMIT CHECK I. <tmi4T<ll>tlliid|ttriilFri«IYm L ««blncl:llude<IPutl-rtctJYcirfor: C»pil»l Onll.y (VIII) llnuud Tuition to OtMr School DMriets (?X) Amount Orcrbutlieted Bi*d on Actual Ann|t Mry AtMl4taH* S. Btltult ToUl nnerilionil IM|lt for f Mt Fiscd Y««r 4. Tol.l of Column 1,1 Itm ID 5. TolalOptf.llonillliitliKl Per Pup*! FIT Anaun forth* P»tFi.<«IY«« ...... (H«m.1di»kltdl)vltem4) •.AM ' SMte Anno P«r Pupil -.., ' Per AtlMAt a 6% ....•.'.......•..............« IX Not f,»«u». Ho Not Ex«cui» PoNolgKcuH Do Not F.KCUM DqMotEncculft. T. (Hem 51 Hem fi) . • «. •T<JlilorColumfi2,llfm IO(lfTol»lofColumn ,. . Such Finite Miy tc U«il, A.rt.l 15.1201.01, B) :. IS.708.OflH' ». Pnml|>ible.TotilOp<»lionilBwl|rtlDlCurttntrhcilYnr I3.l69.3lt.oy» OlemTxIlenlll) Sp«clll Eduo«H6n SX*»pt FrOli t% Llllt lT7.552.9j. It. Aailil Alttndirice Into 13,3I5,«>5.QJ« MotclilibleforSlileAM (a) Over?) t Fa'rilf* 6«ktng( («) Tuition Total Annit Duly AtuMim CHurnn I PlKt Fi>»l Y"r (Actual) Jl.950.32>' 4.S05- . 613.400" _ Column 1 Eiiimiied Current* 644.000- I3.70».QOO Allndvict InfomiHoli tni EiHiiuM Appt«<«: IVltrnSE L I. SfclH rllirrlcl TIT fcr tuUdrni N>4 (MM to txwil }0t per MH Awwd Vlluillm) 672,000.00 56.552.68.' M.ISS.M W.5IB.M* 66M33.5I 75».500. l l«y f Mborh»< frmuMt to ItcdM Hf. IrttcrtU R.dlm Ttlil 708,966.66! 747.123.00 I.131,134.9>« 785.000.00'. 730.000.00 OliO.000.OI> . ,2,153.710.3*1 2,96a.014.I*« C8HTIFICATE or PROPOSAL IVIOARD OF TRUSTEES OR BOARD OF EDUCATION Wi htnHy Mrtlfy rtut tlu rotf«oifl|bud|,( for the flK«l ywr ' ^^^-*-^ JU "- i* ..tmiiKtt^——" 1139 M. : 26th Dr., HideinU «SOU NKII :*plaii SUPPUIiMENTTO PROPOSBDSCHOOLDISfglCTBUOOFT FOR 1973-1974 To comply with Ari/nna KcvUed Slaluln, Sectinn I5-I20IA, the Ofhcial School Pittrict Budget Fomt wlK ta confined 10 only Ihr Html which ire included in th« SUIuM. Other rlfmi, «OMiiti«| of Federil Al4 and Ol>« £lal9Aid,)rc lobeenlered on WliJ5ucpJ«J*lfnu . . .. Anorrtn PltOPOSPB NO. op tM CurKItt Fheil FMI! Yltr Ye.r I'U 1^4 OTHIR rnwRAL AID {XPENMIVR^ (Silirin, l't«", CljiililOulltr.elc.) »IO Vocilloml EduMllo. .... '(17 DUIV.F.r (Fun* AnUAI. A'-'llM.) BXPtMHIURti Pl.t Put Current Fl!/.l Furll Fliul Y..r Ynr YIB 1973 11(7} |47J HF.ATIIU! >»40 EPDATIH.VDCOf ..... ( 5945 EPDA We V I) Sp. it, , , , ( S9!l) Afcll E4, W. Ill ,,,,,.. ( V60 M,[h*.yS.rtlyl , ...... . 5970 HH T/IUIII ..... , ,., »IO HEA Tick II .......... iow tsFATniiVI A,.;,,,,, 3*JI MUTiM. VII ..... „,, S«nii KSEATIUtVII ........ , MOthuFfikulAul .NDEA.VA... ftOlheiFedeiilAid .CAUSED. 60, ( 9,0 ) «pih,rP.amlA,4 .SEA ....... ( 6.0)....( Tnl.l BudnlK Aid UM'.XflNnfnFF-D. FUNIK IAUNCI, ' . ^2.146.40. , — n rri---r ff All federil protiuni mvM bi ir-proied ky the Sletf ioirl 4 EduciBM or iulhC4l^e4 icprewniilitl 4tlt«f. •• OHw Fileql Al< * Uwli^ tf Till* OTIIER STATE AID C.reerE Sptcul t«jH»lj TuMinJ CRAND TOTAL IUDOET (Al «ho«n on taint Form) .'. ......................... .14,5' IOTA I. BUDGETED FEDERAL. AID (At tdo.n lg ovt on SupilecnHt) ... tOIAL8UDOBrSD01HERSrAIEAU)(Aiiho»n»bi>ve(w5upplem«nn _ CKANO TOTAL *l>p(i«fnUir£D£RALAIP AMD OTU«* STATCAIP ...... Ii.ftl.5l8.oa> A. Tolil CiDmiw 1 throvih VII«»h*wj on Budpt Foim (Tout Op.r«bn| tatfU) rmiit »oH|tl iPer line 9 (udici 6S1 imll ChKk m lint M M S|«ii) AddiMni] FtimmbK ludftl WorkshKL) : Uni A nil/ ool tx hi^w UlB Line I. up«!nUnci*n »ijn»tur«: S1ICHARD L. HARRI $UR»rfnl*o^nt M«ricop» Counl pg.blljh«<l: V* Phoenix G»zttt* Juof ». i»n.

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