Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 29, 1973 · Page 83
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
June 29, 1973

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 83

Publication:
Location:
Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Friday, June 29, 1973
Page:
Page 83
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 83 article text (OCR)

Oft the Arizona ft tflgfiptf^fli W- i**-ctfOi i i -tune 29, 1971 ^^rpn I • ;" Or !• .'i > » •-!--' ' -1' ^ htiiiig rattlers risky? Insnrmire firms say no Associated Press ' HARTFORD, Conn. - Barrel-jumping, airboat-racing and rattlesnake-hunting may be small-time sports, but they can be big-time business for •the insurance companies that .take the risk of protecting the .daredevil participants. 1 Insurance men claim that .covering things like hot-air-balloon ascents is a highly profitable enterprise. "People who want to be a .little offbeat are very careful," said Robert P. Jursch f at the Hartford Insurance .Group. "The safety record of airboats is better than automobiles." Jursch, whose company insures about 2,000 special risk ,eVents every year, said, ^'People who have been participating in these things are their own best safety force." .The Hartford insures the '• Sweetwater (Tex.) JayceeS annual Rattlesnake Round- Up, which attracts hundreds , of hunters to track down rat; tiers, fry snake steaks and "milk" the creatures' venom for scientific research. Legal Advertising Jursch says last year's hunt brought only one claim, from a hunter who suffered a cut foot in the rugged Texas country. Fireman's Fund American, with headquarters in San Francisco, has handled barrel jumpers and rodeo riders, plus such nonhuman sports* men as participants in an Angels Camp, Calif., frog-jumping contest. Not all special risks involve sports and animals. Insurers recall covering an ascent that Johnny Carson made .in a hot-air balloon to film a television commercial, and protecting actors in an oil company commercial who had to fine up along a busy road. F i r e m a n 's Fund/which counts show business "cast insurance" as part of its special risk operation, paid §19,923 to the producers of a television special starring Bill Cosby and Dick Van Dyke when a sprained ankle took Cosby off his feet and delayed liming for two months. ' ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: 1-10-3 (95), (Wi, (97) F430-1 (6) HIGHWAY: Ptioenix-Casa Grand* Route 217 SECTION: 7th Ave-7th St., . 16th St.-Van Buren, 24th. SI.. DEMOLITION CONTRACT: D BIDS OPENED: July 11, 1973 W R AJGE... DETERMINATION ZONA PRE State St.-16th St., nd St. .... DECISION WAGE SCALE jflME f FOR COMPLETION; 30 WORKING , Called bids will be. received until 11:00 a.m., .Naval Observatory Time by. West Union, on the above date, . and then en non, on e aove a, a n publicly opened and read at the office of. the Arizona Highway Commission, 206 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. No bids will be received after the time sped; .The location of the proposed work Is In 4he- Metropolitan Area of the City of ; The proposed work consists of the removal of all improvements on fourteen (14) parcels; the removal of all trees, Shrubs . and hedges, except where trees 'are specified to remain; removal of all slabs, footings and foundations; filling all al of excavations; removal ' all broken con- 'crete and debris from lots and alleys; and the leveling of all lots to finish Plans, Specifications and Proposal Pamphlets may be obtained from ,the Property Management Division, Arizona Highway Department, 1640 Grand Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, or by mall from 1701 West Jackson Street, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. Proposal Pamphlets are not tr,ansferable,and, when used to submit a bid, shall be returned In the envelope provided by the Department for that pur- 'ITh'e lowest qualified bidder shall be 'dulv licensed as a C-57 Demolition, Contractor In the State of Arizona prior to the execution of the contract by the Arizona Highway Department. A proposal guaranty in the form of an unendorsed certified or cashier's check, cash or bid bond made payable to the Arizona Highway Department In the amount of $300 is required to accompany the proposal, subject to. forfeiture upon failure of bidder to enter Into contract. REJECTION OF BIDS OR WAIVER OF ANY DEFECT IN THE -BIDDING IS SUBJECT TO COMMISSION APPROVAL. -'The Arizona Prevailing Wage Scale, which has been certified by the Industrial Commission of Arizona, is incorporated into the Proposal Pamphlet and the contract. All labor employed on this project shall be paid In accordance with this minimum wage rate. The wage scale referred to herein is on file irv the Department and copies may be obtained at all ... Department in 3IDS OPENED: JULY 6, 1973 ERMINI: HEBER-HOLBROOK HIGH- COST OF PLANS AND --._.-.. ._ SPECIFICATIONS: $2.50 .OCATION: (Dry Lake Road) TEM NO.: 12] A reasonable times. The Arizona H ohway accordance with Title VI of the Civil - ' ' Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U. to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code Rights Act of 1964, 78 Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C. ,MOOd to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Cod' - Tederal Regulations, Department Transportation, Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondlscriminatlon In .Federally-assisted programs of the De- partment'of Transportation Issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatelve y Insure that In any contract entered Into pursuant to this advertisement, minority business enterprises will be afforded full opportunity to submit bids In response to this Invitation and will not be discriminated against on the grounds of race, color or national origin In consideration for an award. , , Wm. N. Price State Highway Engineer R COMPLETION: sealed bids wll, be A.M., Naval O ern Union, on ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS HIGHWAY COST OF PLANS AND SPECIHICATIONS: $8.00 LOCATION: (Buckeye Road-Arizona Canal) WAGE DETERMINATION DECISION NO: AP-258 ITEM NO.: 182 AFE: 17A03. TIME FOR COMPLETION: 165 WORKING DAYS .Sealed bids will be received until 11:00 A.M., Naval Observatory Time by Western Union, on the above date, and then publicly opened and read at the office of the Arizona State Highway Commission, 206 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. No bids will be received after the time specified. Proposals for more than one prolect may be set for opening at the ; tlme Indicated above. The proiect order of opening and reading proposals will be determined at the time of opening, and there will be a pause between prolect opening to allow a bidder the opportunity to submit a written reguest to withdraw his unopened bid. The location of the proposed work Is in Marlcopa County on Interstate 1-17 beomnlns at Buckeye Road and extending to Bell Road for a distance of approximately 9.7 miles. The proposer work consists of removing and replacing median curb and paving, Installing glare screen on the median barrier, removing the handrail from underpass structures and replacing modlflv catch dential with chain link fence, basins, and other Incl APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES >• Portland Cement Concrete (For Median Paving) Sg. Yd. 79,300, structural Con crete (Class A) (162 C.Y.) L. Sum 1 Structural Concrete (Class D) (25 C.Y.] U. Sum 1. Reinforcing Steel (23,710 Lbs.l L, ' Sum 1. Removal of Structural Con crete, Cu. Yd. 79. Chain Link Fence (Spe clal) Sq. Ft. 712. Median Glare Screen Fence, L. Ft., Reconstruct Catch . , L.. ri., afliltM. i^ei-UMan uci v.mv.1 Basin, Each, 53. Concrete Curb and Gut ter, L. Ft. 50. Reconstruct Roadway Lighting, L. Sum 1. Plans, specifications, and Proposa Pamphlets. may. be .obtained from, the Arizona of Contracts and Specifications Highway Department, 206 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. Thr total cost of plans and specifications to this prolect, exclusive of Standard Sped flcatlons and Standard Plans, is shown above and Is payable by check drawn to the Arizona Highway Department. No re fund will be allowed for plans and spec! flcatlons returned to the Department Proposal Pamphlets are not transferabl and, when used to submit a bid, shall bi returned in the envelope provided by th Department for that purpose. No cpntrac tor shall be eligible to submit a bid unti his Contractor's Statement of Experlenc and Financial Condition, made on th form supplied by the Arizona Highwa Department, has been approved. Prequa Ideation statements shall be filed not lal er than fifteen days prior to the dateo opening bids. The lowest qualified bldde shal be duly licensed as a contractor in the State of Arizona prior to the execu tlon of the contract by the Arizona High way Department. A proposal guaranty I the form of either an unendorsed certi fled or a cashier's check made payabl to the State Areasurer of Arizona for no less than five per cent of the gros amount of the bid is required to accom pany the proposal, sublect to forfeltur on failure of bidder to enter into con tract. The right Is reserved to relect an and all bids, as provided for In th Standard Specifications. Minimum wag rates are shown In the Wage Determina tion Decision, the number of which I shown above, which has been determlnec In accordance with the requirements o the law and Issued by the, Secretary o Labor for this proiect and In the Arizon Prevailing Wage Scale, certified by th Industrial Commission of Arizona. All la bor employed on this prolect shall b paid In accordance with these minimum wage rates. In case the respective rate for any labor classification differ in th two wage scales, the higher minimum rate shall govern. The two wage scale referred to herein are on file in th Department and copies may be obtalnei at all reasonable times. The Arizon Highway Department in accordance wit Title VI of the Civil Rights Act ot 1964, W Stat. 252, 42 U.S.C 2000d to 2000d-4 and Title 49, Code of Federal Regulations, Department of Transportation, Subtitle A, Office of the Secretary, Part 21, Nondiscrimination In Federally-assisted programs of the Department of transportation Issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will affirmatively Insure that In any contract entered Into pursuant to this advertisement.,. m| - business enterprises " ' ^^WvltSlon^andwinnotbe rrigation SAN. CARLOS PROJECT 24 hrs. ended 7 a.m. lacity, acre fert • 1,2(5,000 Jllable storage, acre-feet 818,468 24-hr, discharge, acre-feet 1,442 Reservoir loss, acre-feet 1,894 SALT RIVER PROJECT Normal Flow P« From 12:01 a.m. ' 11:59 p.m. July 3,' on.. (and in_ _ cultivation .'tried 23 June 26, 1973 to —,....—, .-. ..'73, is for the use .-i.land in cultivation In or before 1880.100%, 1890-87'/2% 1892-75%, 190637'/2%, 1907-25%, 1909-12'/z%. ROOSEVELT LAKE -apacity, acre-feet 1,381,580 Storage, acre-feet 1,348007 Maxtmumelevatlon 2,1M •"resent elevation SiS APACHE LAKE .apaclfy, acre-feet 245,131 Storage, acre-feet 241,437 Maximum elevation 1,914 Present elevation 1,913 CANYON LAKE ..apacity, acre-feet S7,8s2 Storage, acre-feet 56,274 Maximum elevation 1,660 Present elevation 1,659 kOUARO LAKE jpaclty, acre-feet «9,76S 'orase, acre-feet 66,525 .axlmum elevation 1,529 Present elevation 1,526 lORSESHOE LAKI Opacity, acre-feet jtorage, acre-feet Maximum elevation Present elevation BARTLETT LAKE Capacity, acre-feet Storage, acre-feet Maximum elevation Present elevation TOTAL STORED WATER Total stored, acre-feet 1,992,711 Total stored, year ago 797,693 Legal Advertising . TIME FE: 37701 FOR Observatory Time by West-n the above date, and then .ubllcly opened and read at Ihe office of he Arizona State Highway Commission, 06 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 5007. No bids will be received after the Proposals for more than one prolect may be set for opening at the time indl- ated above. The prolect order of opening md reading proposals will be determined t the time of opening, and there will be pause between prolect. openings to al- ow a bidder the opportunlfy to submit a written reguest to withdraw his unopened The location of the proposed work is In ^lavalo County on State Route 377 begin- Ing at the (unction"With State Route 277 approximately 7 miles northeast of Heber ind extending, northeasterly toward Hoi- irook to the junction with State Route 77 or a distance of approximately 30.5 The proposed work consists of furnish- na all materials and applying a chip Seal Coat to the existing bituminous sur- ace. VARIOUS ITEMS AND APPROXI- • MATE QUANTITIES lltuminous Material, Ton, 687 Cover Material, Ton, 4,235 Plans, specifications, and Proposal ^arpphlets may be obtained from the Division of- Contracts and Specifications, Arizona Highway Department, 206 South 7th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. The otal cost of plans and specifications for his prolect, exclusive of Standard Sped- icatlons and Standard Plans, Is shown above and '- ul - •-•• -•---'• • "'"""." und will be 'allowed" fo7"pians~a'nd'spe'ci- Icatlons returned to the Department, 'roposal Pamphlets are not transferable and, when used to submit a bid, shall be eturned in the envelope provided by the Department for that No contractor sha.. „._,, mit a bid until duly licensed as a con- ractor In the State of Arizona, and until his Contractor's Statement of Experience and Financial Condition, made on the orm supplied by the Arizona Highway Department, has been approved. Pregual- flcatlon statements shall be filed not later than fifteen days prior to the date of opening bids, A proposal guaranty In the form of either an unendorsed certified or a casher's check made payable to the State Treasurer of Arizona for not less than live per cent of the gross amount of the bid Is required to accompany the proposal, sublect to forfeiture on failure of bidder to enter Into contract. The right Is reserved to relect any and all bids, as arovlded for In the Standard Speclfica- 'Ions. All labor employed on this protect shall be pa d in accordance with the Arizona Prevailing _Wage. Scale,.certified by the ns, s sown is payable by check drawn to Highway Department. No re- purpose. (j ^ Industrlar^Commlsslon of Arizona _. Arizona Prevailing Wage showing Scale is file . n the. Department and copies may be obtained at all reasonable times. e. . u.WM- N. PRICE State Highway Engineer NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING BY THE MARICOPA COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS at 1:30 p.m. on the 6th day of August, 1973, In the Board of Supervisors' Auditorium, 205 West Jefferson, Phoenix, Arizona, to amend the Zoning Ordinance for the unincorporated area of Maricopa County consisting of text and zoning district maps as follows: 1 73-23 — Ike Keesee, owner. The 480' of the W 405' of the ....... 2, T1S, R2E G&SRB&M. to C-3 (4.5 acres). 2 73-18 — Sun Country Acres for Arvard L. Veldmark Sr., owner. Parcel 1: The W ' '/<, "NW"'/4, Section From Rural-43 . ., . 665' of the N 335' of the W'/j, NW' j, <, Section 24, TIN, RVW, G&SRB&M. From Rural-43 to C-l (3.9 acres). Parcel 2: The WVj, NW'A, Section 24, TIN, R1W, G&SRB&M, except the W 665' of the N. 335' thereof. From Rural-43 to Rl-35 (71.2 acres). Z 73-36 — E. A. Holcomb for Ken Knox, owner. The South 732.6 feet of that part of the SE'/4, NW'/4, Section 22, TIS, R5E G&SRB&M, lying west of the Southern Pacific Railroad right-of-way. From Rural-43 to R-5 (4.3 acres). Z 73-37 — Donald De Vrles and Alvin Wllles for Ralph Garrabrant, owner. The NE'A, SW'/< NW'/4, Section 35, T2S, R6E, G&SRB&M. A request to permit a dog kennel as a Special Use in the Rural-43 Zoning District pursuant to Article XXIV, Section 2401, M.C.Z.O. (10 acres). Z 73-39 — Preston J. Steenhoek for Western Service Corporation, owner. That part of the E>/2, Section 25, TIN, R6E, G&SRB&M as shown on the zoning case map for zoning case Z 73-39 prepared by the Marl. copa County Planning and Zoning Depart ment at scale 1" equals 600' and dated May, 7, 1973. From Rural-43 to Rl-4 with provision to permit a Residential Unit Plan of Development pursuant to Article XXIV, Section 2403, M.C.Z.O. (55.1 acres). Z73-47 — Gerald F. Sudbeck for Presley Development Co.- Chicago Title Insurance Company, owner. That portion of the SV: of Section 18. and the N \i of Section 19 TIS, R4E, G&SRB&M as shown on the zoning case map for zoning case Z 73-47 prepared by the Marlcopa County Planning and Zoning Department at scale 1" equals 600' and dated May 23, 1973. From Rural-43 to Rl-6 (39.8 acres). Z 73-49 — Steven T. Rice for Lewis R. Harp, owner. The W Vj, N ...... " response ._ ... discriminated „„..—,- . race, color, or national ((deration for an award. ground of ' In con- W. N. PRICE -. NE G&SRB&M. kennel as Rural-Zonl ';« Stat* Highway Enfllnser .Junt XXIV, Section 2401, M.£ Publlsl .... .. i, n Vi, NVi, SE Section 21, T2N, R2W, A request to permit a dog a Special Use in the District pursuant to Article s). Marlcopa County Board of Supervisor* Arizona Republic Friday, Cut Out Advertising .- -4 • is -.;,.;J<. ' .-''•* • r J.' . , . , from newspapers, magazines, radio and television, and what do you have left? History- making news but no newspapers to publish it. Special interest articles and Pulitzer prize-winning stories but no magazines to print them. Rock y n roll, country-western, classical and popular music but no radio stations to play it. Award-winning motion pictures, sporting events, drama and comedy series but no TV stations to broadcast them, Cut out advertising , , . and you cut out everything, adv*rti*iiifl..*a worthwhile extra Presented is i Publte Service

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page