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the Afhona Republic Phoenix, Men., Nov. 3, 1969 REPUB ituaries John Powers, 36> pilot for American Airlines SCOTTSDALE — Rosary for John Powers, 36, an American Airlines pilot, will be recited at 8 p.m. today in Messinger's Mortuary, 515 E. Indian School. Funeral Mass will be offered at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 555 E. Main. Mr. Powers, 5414 N. 82nd Place, died Saturday in Scottsdale Baptist Hospital. He was born in Chicago and was graduated from St. Benedict's College In Athison, Kan. He served 13 years with the Air Force, including a tour with the Strategic Air Command and was stationed for a time at Luke AFB. He had been a pilot with American the past two years, and was a member of the Allied Pilots Association. Olga Buzjadzija Services for Mrs. Olga B. Buzadzija, 79, will be at 1 p.m. Wednesday in A- L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Memorial Park. Mrs. Buzadzija, 1131 E. Sunnyslope, died Saturday in John C. Lincoln Hospital. She was born in Yugoslavia and came to Phoenix in 1959. She 'was a member of the Bisbee -•' Lodge of the Serbian National Federation. < Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Lucy B. Ne" digovich and Mrs. Evangeline ,; Urosevic, both of Phoenix; a --sister out of state; three -grandchildren, and one great-grandchild. " Friends may call at the mortuary from 3 to 10 p.m. tomorrow. Helen King YUMA — Services for Mrs. Helen King, 58, will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in Dixon's Yuma Mortuary. Burial will be in the Fraternal Order •of Eagles section of Yuma i: - Cemetery. Mrs. King, 2129 First Ave., "died Friday in St. Joseph's ,;Hospital, Phoenix. She was "b'orn in Fonda, N.Y., arid ,came here 20 years ago. Sur- Vvivorsc include her husband, -Leslie; two daughters, Lora Lee of Yuma and Mrs. Bar'-"bara Davis of Prescott; a son, Frank ;B. in Connecticut; a • sister .out of state and one ^(grandchild. Survivors include his wife, Nancy R.; three sons, John, Michael and Patrick; three daughters, Seanna, Maureen and Mary, all of Scottsdale; and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Powers of Chicago. Burial will be In St. Francis Cemetery. John W. Bright Services for John W. Bright, 75, a meter installer in Cincinnati before his retirement, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Seventh St. Burial will be in East Resthaven Cemetery. Mr. Bright, 10814 N. Seventh St., died Saturday in Doctors Hospital. He was born in Ohio County, Indiana, and came to Phoenix 12 years ago from Cincinnati. He was a member of the Sunnyslope Christian Church. Survivors include his wife, Stella; a son, Lester of Phoenix; two sisters out of state; six grandchildren, and three great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the mortuary from 2 to 9 p.m. today. John D. Ross . Services for John D. Ross, 62, a self-employed investor, will be at 2 p.m., tomorrow in Larry J. Melcher Mortuary, 43 S. Stapley, Mesa. Entombment will be in Mountain View. Memorial Gardens. Mr. Ross, 1538 E; Second Place, died Saturday in Mesa Southside District Hospital, He was born in Chicago and came to Phoenix nine years ago from California. Survivors include his wife, Floy, and one brother out of state. Friends may call at the mortuary this afternoon and evening. Howard Harper YUMA — Services for Howard Harper, 60, a retired painter, will be at 1 p.m. to morrow in Dixon's Yuma Mortuary. Burial will be in Yuma Cemetery. Mr. Harper, 1060 Third St. died Thursday in Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoenix. He was born in St. Louis and came here seven months ago. Survivors include a son, John, in St. Louis. Crossword puzzle ,••:•- ACROSS "1 Whether 2 words 6 Meat dish 10 Kind of food store: Informal :14 Softly: Music 15 Instrument 16 Zest 17 Trial In order to test ;,18 Clockwork .- mechanism : :20»—go!" 21 Vietnamese festival 22 Really great: Slang 23 Commit depredations ,25 Most •"••• venturesome J27 Shrub of the rose family 30 Get back from the . pawnshop •'31 Door '••• section • 32 Severity ,33 Breakfast 1 - ; item 36 Earlier! ' Prefix 37 Actuator rSS Form of pre-; qlpltation 39.-. degree 40 Region of 41 Headband 42 Ham actor 44 California peak 45 Removes NaCI 47 Old sailor 48 Pigment 49 Form of precipitation 50 Greenland village 54 Knocked out 57 Sharp- crested ridge 58 Lose vitality 59 Result of head injury 60 Burning zeal 61 British weapon 62 Kind of relative 63 Innsbruck is its capital Saturday's Puzzle Solved: DOWN r" in China 1 Gem 2 Climb 3 Cartoonist 4 Living it up: 3 words Rattle, for one Cozy Support 8 Tosspot 9 Pronoun 10 Strip 11 Runaway marriages 6 7 12 Cripples 13 Lifeless 19 Noted. Canadian physician 21 Oolong 24 Electrical unit 25 Sire 26 Fragrance 27 Bridge section 28 Catching of the breath 29 Place for temperature reading: 3 words 30 St. Lawrence, for one 32 Garments 34 Blood 35 Feminine name 37 Item of baseball gear 38 Kind of love 11/3/69 40 Landlord's sign: 2 words 41 Evil: Comb, form 43 Wease.l's relative 44 Order's companion 45 Takes off 46 Public display 47 Kind of chair 49 Half: Comb, form 51 Move 52 Comb, form 53 Part of the foot 55 Outside: Comb, form 56 Under the present conditions 57 Rearward Claud 'Tex? Sanders was well-known car salesman BUCKEYE - Services for :iaud "Tex" Sanders, 49, a salesman with Watkins Chevrolet the past 20 years, will je at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at he First Baptist Church here. Jurial, with Masonic rites, will be in Ijouis B. Hazelton Memorial Park. Mr. Sanders died yesterday at his home, 302 Fourth Avenue West. He was born in El Dorado, Ark., and came here in 1937. He was a veteran of World War II, a past commander of American Legion Post 53, and was a member of Masonic Lodge No. 42, the Legion of Honor of El Zaribah Dorothy E. Green Services for Mrs. Dorothy E. Green, 57, will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday in Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Seventh St. Burial will be in Resthaven Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Green died Friday at home, 9043 N. Second Drive. She was born in Michigan and came to Phoenix nine years ago. She was a member of the Sunnyslope Garden Club and Sunnyslope Women's Club. Survivors include her husband, Willard; a sister, Mrs. Norma Comer of Phoenix, and two sisters and two brothers out of state. Friends may call at the mortuary all day today. Edward H. Peet Services for Edward H. Peet, 57, former radiation technician and therapist at Good Samaritan Hospital, will be at 7 p.m. today in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Cremation will follow. Mr. Peet, 1726 N. 33rd St., died Friday in Good Samaritan. He was born in New Cambridge, Conn,, and came to Phoenix 17 years ago from Evansville, Ind. He was a life member of the Arizona State Society of Radiological Technicians and had held several offices in the group. Since his retirement he had operated an X-ray film and silver reclaiming business in Phoenix and'had started a land development subdivision in the Prescott area. Survivors include his wife, Mary Belle. The family suggests gifts to the American Cancer Society. Frank P. Newtson Services and burial for Frank P. Newtson, 68, formerly employed by the U.S. Royal Tire Co., will be in Inglewood, Calif. Mr. Newton, 2901 N. 21st Ave., died Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital, He was born in Menard County, 111., and came to Phoenix three years ago. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Jack Mead of Phoenix. Messinger's Mortuary, 515 E, Indian School, Scottsdale, handled arrangements. Bertie I. Birmingham Services for Bertie I. Birmingham, 66, self-employed in the refuse removal business in Phoenix, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Grimshaw- Bloom Mortuary, 3800 S. Central. Burial will be in East Resthaven Cemetery. Mr. Birmingham, 831 E. Jones, died Friday in St. Joseph's Hospital, He was born in Glenna, Kan., and came here in 1956 from Picher, Okla. Survivors Include his wife, Sylvia; five sons, Bertie Jr., John, Donald R., Timmy G. and Charles R., all of Phoenix; two stepsons, Orval L. Harris of Phoenix and Myron E. Baker of Ventura, Calif.; two daughters, Kathy Birmingham and Mrs, Ethel Boyd and a sister, Mrs. Helen Cpvington, all of Phoenix, and eight grandchildren, InaE. Welch MESA — Services for Mrs. Ina E. Welch, 59, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Larry J. Melcher Mortuary, 43 S. Stapley. Burial will be in Mountain View Memorial Gardens, Mrs. Welch, 1449 E. Main, died Saturday in Mesa Southside District Hospital. She was born in Henderson County, 111., and came here in 1947 from Moline, 111. Survivors include her husband, Ralph; four daughters, Mrs. 0. L. Frank and Mrs. Edwin T. Smigel, both of Mesa, and Mrs. Thomas W. Taylor and Mrs. Blake Messinger, both of Tempe; a brother out of state, and 14 grandchildren. Friends may call at the mortuary this tfterjww rod evening. Shrine and of 40 and 8. He was the recipient of many sales awards from the Chevrolet Co. Survivors Include his wife, Edith; two sons, Bill of Pinetop and Harold of Buckeye; his mother, Mrs. Maude Sanders of Buckeye, and two grandchildren. Friends may call at the Buckeye Funeral Homej 104 Broadway, from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Alma V. Cooper WINSLOW — Services for Mrs. Alma V. Cooper, 73, who died Saturday in a Wihslow hospital, will be at, 2 p.m. tomorrow In St. Paul's Episcopal Church. Burial will be in the Desert View Cemetery, where graveside services will be directed by the Order of the Eastern Star. Mrs. Cooper, who had lived in Winslow since 1896, was a past worthy matron of the Eastern Star, Ruby Chapter No. 3 in Winslow, and a member of various railroad auxiliary organizations. Surviving are her husband, Arthur, and a sister, Mrs. Vida M. Norman, both of Winslow; Friends may call at Scott Mortuary, 316 W. Second, from 7 to 9 p.m. today. Lillie W. Frederick Services for Mrs. Lillie W. Frederick, 76, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Frederick died Friday at Thousand Oaks, Calif., where she had resided for the past two years. Born in Safford, she lived there for many years and later, for 20 years, resided in Flagstaff, where she retired in 1958 as dietician and cook at Flagstaff Community Hospital. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Leona Courtney of Thousand Oaks; two sons, C. Harold of Phoenix and Charles A. of Las Vegas; five grandchildren, and one great- grandchild. John Venche Services for John Venche, 42, a field service representative for 25 years with United Metro Co., will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Mr. Venche, 4607 E. Holly, died Friday of natural causes while on a hunting trip near Collbran, Colo. Friends may call at the mortuary all day today. Time and place of burial have not been announced. Mr. Venche was born in New Jersey and came to Phoenix in 1932. Survivors include his wife, Betty; two daughters, -Mrs. Linda McDonald and Cyndee Venche; two sons, Robert and Fred; his mother, Mrs. Helen Brown; a sister, Mrs. Josephine Baker; a brother, Carmen, and one grandchild, all of Phoenix. Van B. Goad Sr. WINKELMAN - Services for Van B. Goad, 54, an em- ploye of the Kennecott Copper Co., will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Winkelman Baptist Church. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Tucson. Mr. Goad died Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, as the result of injuries sustained in an auto accident two weeks ago. He was born in West Blocton, Ala., and came here 10 years ago. Survivors include his wife, Wilma; two sons, Kenneth L. of Tucson and Van B. Jr. of Winkelman; two brothers, James W. of Winkelman and one out of state; six sisters out of state; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solomon Goad of West Blocton, and five grandchildren. Eva H. Cantor Services for Mrs. Eva H. Cantor, 70, will be at 11 a.m. today in the Arizona Boom of the Beatitudes Retirement Home, 1668 wi Glendale Ave. Cremation will follow. Mrs. Cantor, who lived at the home, died Friday in Phoenix Baptist Hospital She was born in Camden, S.C., and came to Phoenix in 1963. She was a member of the Sun City Methodist Church. Survivors include two sisters out of state, Wilma Linthacum Services for Mrs. Wilma Linthacum, 58, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Linthacum died Saturday at her home, 300?, 12. Montecito. She was born in Hall County, Georgia, and had resided in Phoenix since 1951. Survivors include her husband, Wayne; a son, Capt. Robert W. Linthacum of Ft. Lee, Va., and two brothers out of state. Friends may call at the mortuary from 2 to 8 p.m. today. Lenor T. Wilson Services for Mrs. Lenore T. Wilson, 75, were held yesterday in the Unitarian Univer- salist Church of Phoenix, 4027 E. Lincoln Drive. Cremation services had already been held. Mr. Wilson, 412 W. Siesta Way, died Oct. 25 in Good Samaritan Hospital. She was born in Ishpeming, Mich., and came to Phoenix in 1954 from Detroit, where she had taught high school. She was a graduate of Wayne State University in Detroit and a member of the American Association of University Women. Survivors include her husband, Joe. The family suggests contributions to a favorite charity. Local arrangements are by Grimshaw-Bloom Mortuary, 3800 S. Central. Albina Hernandez Rosary for Albino 0. Hernandez, 66, a farm laborer, will be recited! at 8 p.m. today in Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center, 1020 W. Washington. Funeral Mass will be said in SS. Simon and Jude Catholic Church, 6351 N. 27th Ave., at 9:15 a.m. tomorrow. Mr. Hernandez, 1930 W. Lawrence, died Thursday in a local hospital. He was born in Mexico and came 'to Phoenix 52 years ago. Survivors include his wife, Alejandra; nine sons, Tony, Joe, Danny, Jimmy, Gregory, Richard, Vincent and Domingo of Phoenix and Manuel of California; two daughters, Mrs. Carmen Lopez andi Lupe Hernandez, both of Phoenix; a brother out of state, and 10 grandchildren. Burial will be in. St. Francis Cemetery. Victor J. Zepcyk Rosary and services for Victor J. Zepcyk, 77, a retired mechanic with the Elgin Watch Co., were held yesterday. Mr. Zepcyk, 2326 E Pinchot, died Friday in a local nursing home. He was born in Pittsburgh and came to Phoenix four years ago from Wisconsin. He-had been a farmer during part of his life and was a member of St. Agnes Catholic Church here. Survivors include his wife, Christine; two daughters, Mrs. Joseph Spevacek of Phoenix and Mrs. George Bennett of Marengo, 111.; two brothers and one sister out of state; three grandchildren, and five great - grandchildren. Milton H. Anderson MESA—Milton H. Anderson, 60, of 8723 E. Balsam, died yesterday morning in Maricopa County Hospital. Services will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N. Macdonald. Burial will be in Mesa Cemetery, Friends may call at the mortuary between 4 and 6 p.m. today. A native of Templeton, Calif., Mr. Anderson came to Mesa 18 years ago from At- scardo, Calif,, where he was a member of the Native Sons of the Golden West. He operated a hay baling business in Mesa. Survivors include his wife, Margaret, and his .daughter, Judith, both of Mesa. Anne P. Zaldivar Services for Mrs. Anne P. Zaldivar, 58, at teacher in the Madison School District, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Orangewood Presby t e r i a n Church, 7321 N. 10th St. Buri. al will be in Greenwood Memorial Cemetery. Mrs. Zaldivar, 328 E. Berridge Lane, died Saturday in St. Joseph's Hospital. She was born in Roseoe, Pa., and came to Phoenix in 1947. Survivors include her husband, the Rev. Manuel J. Zal- divar; a sister, Miss Lillian Piribek of Phoenix, and two sisters and three brothers out of atate, Carl Chesser Services for Carl Chesser, 73, retired millwright and carpenter, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback. Burial will be in Green Acres Memorial Cemetery. Mr. Chesser, 2423 E. Campbell, died Saturday in Good Samaritan Hospital. He / was born in Winslow, Ind., and came to Phoenix four years ago from Illinois. He was a World War I Navy veteran. Survivors include his wife, Mildred, and a brother arid two sisters out of state! Friends may call at the mortuary from 4 to 8 p.m. today. Lnra B. Coffman Services for Mrs. Lura B. Coffman, 86, active in many organizations, will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Coffman died Saturday in Capri Nursing Home, 4127 W. Glendale, where she resided. She was born in West Virginia and came to Prescott 20 years ago, moving from there to Phoenix 11 years ago. She was a member of the Women's Society for Christian Service of the Mt. Clare First Methodist Church, Cloverleaf Temple of the Pythian Sisters and Order of the Eastern Star. Survivors include a son Willis of Phoenix; two brothers and three sisters out of state; three grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the mortuary from 6 to 9 p.m. today. Charles E. Rutherford Mass for Charles E. Rutherford, 66, a baker, will be offered at 8:45 a.m. tomorrow in St. Jerome's Catholic Church, 11007 N. 35th Ave. Burial will be in East Resthaven Cemetery. Mr. Rutherford, 2929 W. Seldon Lane, died Saturday in Good Samaritan Hospital. He was born in Hastings, Neb., and came to Phoenix nine years ago. Survivors include his wife, Hilda; two daughters, Mrs. Arlene Waugh of San Diego and Mrs. Charlyne O.Con- nor of Burke, Va.; one sister put of state, and eight grandchildren. Friends may call at the mortuary after 4 p.m. today. Edward P. Hausman Rosary for Edward P. Hausman, 58, a maintenance worker, will be recited at 7:30 p.m., today at Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home, 330 N. Second Ave. Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. tomorrow in St. Matthew's Catholic Church, 320 N. 20th Drive. Mr. Hausman was born in Colorado and came to Phoenix four years ago from California. He died Wednesday at his home, 3513 E. Van Buren. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Estelle Bell of Los Angeles; his stepmother, Mrs. Mary Hausman of- Phoenix; three brothers, Thomas and George Hausman of Phoenix and one out of state, and two sisters, Mrs. Bernard Walke of Phoenix and one' out of state. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Ralph P. Stone LITCHFIELD PARK Services for Ralph P. Stone, 16, killed Friday in an automobile accident at Litchfield Road and Grand, will be at 10 a.m. today in Cannon Funeral Home, 330 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Stone, 440 E. Sagebrush, was pronounced 1 dead at Northwest Hospital. He was born in Honolulu and had lived here for 14 years. He was a junior at Agua Fria High School and a member of the freshman football squad. Survivors include his parents, Mr, and MRS. Jewell Stone of Litchfield Park) three brothers, Allen in the Air Force at Colorado Springs, Colo,, JPuane and William; three sisters, Susan, Jewell and Beverly, all oi: Litchfield Park and two grandmothers, Mrs. Walter Beyer of Seattle and Mrs. Mattie McPike of Costa Mesa, Calif. Carl C. Carlsen SCOTTSDALE - Graveside services for Carl C. Carlsen, 85, a retired banker, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday in Green Acres Cemetery, Mr. Carlsen died in Santa Ana, Calif. He was born in Denmark and resided here from 195.9, until recently. Survivors include his wife, Estella; two sons, C. R. in Tempe and J. 8- in Fresno, Calif.; a daughter, Mrs. Leah J. ShptweJl of Claremont, Calif.; a brother out of state; five grandchildren, and five great • grandchildren. Clara Brazell SCOTTSDALE — Services for Mrs. Clara Brazell, 87, an Arizonan for the past 58 years, will be at 10 a.m. today in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden. Burial will be hi Green Acres Memorial Park. The Arizona Republic incorrectly reported the name of the cemetery yesterday. \ Edward E. Bishop Rosary for Edward E. Bishop, 62, a retired farmer, will be recited at 7 p.m. tomorrow in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Funeral Mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St. Agnes Catholic Church, 1954 N. 24th St. Mr. Bishop, 1815 N. 27th Place, died yesterday in Doctors Hospital. He was born In Iowa and came to Phoenix 11 years ago. Survivors include his wife, Mabel A., and a brother and two sisters out of state. Friends may call at the mortuary after 2 p.m. tomorrow. Oma D. Ehisch Graveside services for Mrs. Oma D. Ebisch, 79, will be held at noon Tuesday in Resthaven Memorial Park Cemetery. Mrs. Ebisch, 929 E. Granada, died yesterday in Good Samaritan Hospital. She was born in Arkansas and came to Phoenix 20 years ago. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Velma Miller of El Mirage; a brother, Sanford Collins of Phoenix; two sisters out of state, and three grandchildren. Friends may call at Green Acres Mortuary, 5830 W. Missouri, Glendale. Martha V. Swanson Services for Mrs. Martha V. Swanson, 78, will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in Paradise Chapel, 3934 E. Indian School. Burial will be in Green Acres Memorial Park. Mrs. Swanson, 3031 E. Sells Drive, died Saturday in Doctors Hospital. She was born in Norway and came to Phoenix 17 years ago. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Sylvia Schmeski of Phoenix; two brothers, out of state; one grandchild, and three great grandchildren. Friends may call at the mortuary after 5 p.m. tomorrow. Paul E. Boivin MESA — Services for Paul E. Boivin, 2%, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Glendale Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints 5850 W. Northvlew Ave. Burial arrangements are pending. Paul, 1314 W. Seventh Ave., was killed Saturday in a motor vehicle mishap in Glendale. Survivors include his par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur E. Boivin of Mesa; a sister, Frances R. of Mesa; grand- prents, Mr. and Mrs. George Blunt of Glendale; grandmother, Mrs. Noralle Webb of^ Newport, Ark.; great- grandprents, Mr and Mrs, Oscar Taylor of Santa Ana, Tex.; and great-grandmother, Lucille F. Boivin of Burlington, vt. Friends may call at Lundberg's Chapel of the Chimes, 5852 W. Glenn, Glendale, from 4 to 8:30 p.m. today, .. bids will be received until 11:00 .M., Naval Observatory Time by West- rn Union, on the above date, and then ubllcly dsened and read at the office 'late Highway Commis- Avenue, Phoenix, Art- r, oouu,. «o D»BS will be received after he time speciflecTN The work shall be wnpleted within the umber of working da>i shewn. Proposals for more rh«n one prolect lay be set for openlna ar the time In- icated above. The prolect orBsr of open- ng and reading proposals wTR be de- ermlned at the time of opening, and here will be a pause between prefect penings to allow a bidder the opportun- y to submit a written reauest to wlth- raw his unopened bid-. The location cf the proposed work Is in r'avapai County, on State Route 89A near rldgeport, beginning approximately 0.5 f a mile south of the Verde River and xtending northerly toward Sedona for a istance of approximately 0.74 of a mile. The proposed work consists of widening ie roadway and includes grading and raining; furnishing and placing Select Material, Aggregate Base, Asphaltlc Con- rete and Emulsified Asphalt Seal Coat; construction of a new 6 -span Pre- Gals' challenge to race softens wolves 9 whistles LONDON (AP) - The teenage girl athletes at Camberley, southwest of London, found training in the evenings something of an embarrassment. Running through the street of the town in the evenings, they had to brave the gauntlet of wolf-whistles from the boys. Susan Sandford, 18, captain of the Camberley Girls' Athletic Club, thought of an answer. She challenged the boys to put on vests, pants and running shoes and race against the girls. "If they think running is so funny, why don't they come along and try U out for themselves??' Susan said., "I'd love to see how they get on, We'd welcome them to race any Tuesday night." The last we heard there were no .takers, but the wolf-whistles were tailing off, DOMESTIC COURT FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) The legislature's interim committee on the judiciary is considering a bill for 1070 which would creaje 9 circuit-type court to deal or»ly with domestic problems. HEALTH EDUCATION MBABANE, Swaziland (AP) — Lack of health education !s a far bigger killer than starvation in this tiny African state says senior medical officer Dr. Gay Murphy. Legal Advertising .ADVERTISEMENT FOR, BIOS...... Notice Is hereby given, mat fn» Arlzo- >afd of Dire ' ' :s, Bctihfl for tht _. ... ate of Arizona for the use of the . State Board of olleges, act; " * „ _lrectors for Junior for the benefit of the .aricopa County Junior College District III receive sealed bids for tho furnlsh- g of all labor, material, transportation istruction of LIFE P/OR CENTRAL ' '-^T". MJDmOfVs," Glendale Communi- College, 6000 West olive Avenue, lendale, Arizona. Each bid must be submitted on the Id Form and In Accordance with draw- is and specifications on file at the .Ice of the Maricopa County Junior otlege District and available at the of:e of VARNEY, SEXTON, SYDNOR, jSpCIATES-ARCHITECTS, INC., 22/ ast Camelback Road, Phoenix, Arizona, pon deposit of $25.00 for each Jet of rawinss and specifications. The deposit III be refunded upon return of the rawings and specifications in good con- tion within ten (10) days after date of d opening. The general prevailing rate of per em wages for each craft, type of orkmen or mechanic needed to execute he contract as ascertained from the idustrlal Commission of .Arizona and on Ie. therewith for the locality of this ontratt, It herewith Incorporated bv eference end made a part thereof and uch rates shall be mandatory minimum ate of wages paid by the Contractor id any sub-contractor under him to I laborers, workmen and mechanics mploved by them In the execution of e contract. Bids shall be made on form to be btalned at the office of the architect; ccompanled by a certified 'or cashier's teck or bid bond for five (5%) percent ' the amount of the bid, made payable i the order of Arizona State Board of Irectors for Junior Colleges, to be re- urned to the respective bidders upon the xecutlon of a satisfactory surety corn- any bortd and cc ' essful bidder; she any bortd and contract with the suc- essful bidder; shall be sealed and filed llh the business office of the Maricopa ounty Junior College District Governing oard, 104 East Washington Street, Sev- nth Floor, Phoenix, Arizona on or be- re 3:00 p.m., Tuesday, November 25, 969. Bids will be opened and publicly oslrtg at the a sl Th after the hour of —„ _. ove mentioned office. The Arizona State Board of Directors r Junior Colleges reserves the right to eject any or all bids or waive any -itormsllty In ,a bid. No bidder may ithdraw his bid for a period of thirty 10) .days after the date set for the bid pen mg thereof and each bidder shall be -•ttT'rWEgs? lntraet0r> Maricopa County Junior olleges Governing Board Dated: October 27, 1969 ubllshed: Arizona Republic: October 29, 0, 31; November 1, 2, 3, 1969. Phoenix azette: October 29, 30, 31; November 1, At 1969. FOR BIDS preaches) NO: 257 _. 89035 .ds Opened: November 21, 1969. Cost . Plans & Specifications. $10.00. Wage Determination Decision No. Ie. Time for Completion: >ys. orking tressed Concrete Girder ther incidental work. Bridge, and . _ ..n Aspjjaltic Concrete. S-^^telftSSgcin, •MSB*** ress crete Con- PRINCIPAL ITEMS AND APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES 7,675 Cu. Yd. Roadway Excavation 18;59o Cu. Yd. Drainage Excavation 34,565 Cu. Yd. Borrow 9,200 Ton Select Material 5,<f65 Ton Aggregate Base 2,560 Ton Bituminous Treated Base 3 '$c'5?Y^ altlC - CO ' 152 Cu. Yd. 501 Cu. Yd. Class 42 Each .Precast, 1,615 U 1,615 "I'jBS L?Ft? e fTaf| r ^ank 5T prbtection Plans, specifications, and Proposal., 'amphlets may be obtained from the Di- ision of Contracts and Specifications, Arizona Highway Department, 206 South 7th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 8500?, The . otal cost of Plans and specifications for his protect, exclusive of Standard Soeci- , Icatlons and Standard Plans, is shown above and is payable by check drawn to he Arizona Highway Department. No refund will be allowed for plans add specifications returned to the Department. Proposal Pamphlets are not trans- erable and, when used to submit a bid, hall be returned In the envelope prodded by the Department for that pur-, pose. No contractor, shall be eligible to submit a bid until duly licensed as a con- ' ractor in the State of Arizona, and until his certified statements of Financial Re- ources. Construction Experience and :quipment, made on forms supplied by he Arizona Highway Department, have. >een approved. Prequauflcatlon shall be lied not later than flfteeen days prior tone date of opening bids. A proposal guaranty .In th« form of either an. unendorsed certified or a. cashier's check made payable to the State Treasurer of Arizona for not.- less than •' Ive percent of the gross amount of the ild is required to accompany the pro- >osal, subject to forfeiture on failure of >ldder to enter Into contract. The right s reserved to reiect.any and all bids, as provided for In. the Standard Specif lea- Ions. All labor employed on this prolect shall ie paid in accordance with the Arizona 'revelling. Wage Scale shown in the con- ract. A list snowing the Wane Scale is >n file In the Department and copies may ie obtained at all reasonable times. Advertisement for Bids S 366-504, October 29. 1969. ... .. , State Highway 'Engineer 'ubllshed: Arizona Republic November 3, 11, 1969. Company, an Arizona Notice Is hereby giyen strict Court of iei District of Al... matter of Phoenix Mortgage iratlr- -•-='-- the United izona. In the pistri States .for th In the me.._, .. . -..,._. \rlzona corporation, debtor. ,.-..-, . T , .-.'?by given,that the Trustee will sell all of The estate's right, title and nterest In. the following described real estate t to _the hjghest.bldder,. for cast2 t on ' 'I.M. in i , [strict C-_... nd Van Buren, Phoe Lots, Nineteen. (19). , , he 13th day of November, 1969, arri:OQ o'clock A.M. In Courtroom No. S, United States District Courthouse, First Avenue and Van Buren, Phoenix, Arizona; rizona; , , wenty (20), . Block Thlrty.One (31), Golden Gate Addition, Kingman, Arizona, according to the plat of record 1 In the office of the County Recorder of Mohave , County, Arizona, recorded March 7, 1*29. Louis A. .Welczer, Phofnfx Published,. Arizona Republic Gazette, Nov. 3, 1969. NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING by the Maricopa County Planning and Zon ng Commission at 10:00 a.m, on the 20th day of November. 1969, r n the Board of Supervisors Auditorium, 20S West Jefferson, «• T iJOJ"S «-\WUMWI tuiiif *wj vvcai «ICIICTI auilj Phoenix, Arizona, on "A Future Genera Land Use Plan — Northern J Paradise Vallev, Arizona'', and on amendments to the Zoning Ordinance and maps for the unincorporated area of Maricopa County. .,"AT Future General Land Use Plan— Northern Paradlse^Va lev, Arlzpna'V con- slstlno of text, and maps. Copies of this future General land tise Plan/lncludjna the text and maps, are available for In-' spectlon at the once of the Maricopa County -Planning and Zoning; Department,, Room 3po, in South Third Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. , . Zoning amend clei'jon, owi "to" 1 " 1 ments E: Va as follows: 2 83--67-porjald''SrVarice W.E'.'V. Hen-.- aei'j" "•• I R5E, ereof.. excep^'fh'ef-^fe'e 1 ,^ . , to R-s (33H— acres) _ 99-69 Don Corbltt Represent no owner 'arcef#l: The SWA, Sec. 33. T4N/R3E, r,&SR8&M/ h except the W. 715 ft. of the F'rom Rl-8 tn r R?s (150+—acres) Parcel #2: The S. 715 ft. of the W. 715 ft. of the S.WW, .Sec. 33, T4N/R3E. Gi ^RB'ftM^except the N; <KXK ft. of the E. om R1-8 tei C-31 (37 acrM) 101-6? Del e Webb Development Co., By fhpmfls'R.Tiyah'' Parcel, #..lj The .easterly in inu ^IflnnlpH onu *.W'H|]« v*"|<ni iiiiciii' r\wviir JOC. Ill South Third Avenue, Phoenix, ' rzona '#i and #2_: Reqy?st to permit . <2«.5+- plirc'e'l #4: From Rl-9 to C-2 (19.2+-*

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