Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 111
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, November 5, 1969
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tithe CITY i Arizona Obituaries Dwight D* Bellows, 61 Rudolph Chevrolet manager t)wight D. Bellows, 61, fleet " manager the past 16 years at Rudolph Chevrolet, died yesterday in John C. Lincoln i£ Mr. Bellows, 1223 W. Betha- ^iiy Home, was a past president of the Chevrolet Hall of £fconor, a 20-year member of the Chevrolet Legion of Lead- «ers Honor Society and won the Distinguished Salesman Award in 1966 sponsored by Sales Marketing Executives International. "•- He was a member of Phoenix Business Mens Association, Elks Lodge 335 and a Methodist church. He was a veteran of World War II. Born in Carroll, Neb., he came to Phoenix in 1953 from Storm Lake, I6wa. ~ .. Services will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow ;in Crimshaw's \Bethany Chapel, 710 VvVBeth- 'any Home. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. '•& •' ,7; Survivors include his wife, Helen; a son, Richard of Eun gene, Ore.; two sisters and four brothers out of state; and four grandchildren. The family 'suggests contributions to the American Cancer So- ,ciety. ' . Republic O Phoenix, Wed., Nov. 5, im Q ara Cordova, lived in Arizona 71 years SCOTTSDALE — Rosary for Mrs. Clara R. Cordova, 85, who lived in Arizona 71 "jfears, will be at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Messinger Mortuary, 515 E. Indian School. Funeral Mass for Mrs. Cordova, who died Monday in Mesa General Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 101 S. Miller. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery. Mrs. Cordova, 225 E. First St., was born in Magdalena, Sonora, and came to Scottsdale 70 years ago. At One time she Owned the land where the church and Messinger Mortuary are now located. Survivors Include a daughter, Mrs. Julio Vargas of Scottsdale; six grandchildren and 12 great - grandchildren. Dwight D. Bellows Lorenzo Aviles, star fullback GLENDALE — Lorenzo Aviles, 21, an outstanding full- • back on the Glendale High School football team when it was discovered in 1965 he had a brain tumor, died Monday in St. Joseph's Hospital. Mr. Aviles, 6549 N. 53rd Drive, returned to the school after surgery and was awarded the game .ball during -- WHM4 ..^ W| homecoming festivities in his • . -. ----- - : : lived 20 years at 3644 W honor in 1966. He was.grad- °™™rs t Norman, Phoenix, "Taylor/ until moving three uate d from the school in 1968. . and Francis, Sacatori. . _ ^ ». ... gpjTj in Phoenix, he lived in Glendale all his life; Rosie Treharne „ Mrs. Rosie M. Treharne. 80, Silas Pedro SACATON ~ Services for Silas Pedro, 43, who died Saturday in the Phoenix Indian Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. today in the First Presbyterian Church. Burial will be in the Sacaton Cemetery. Mr. Pedro was a lifelong resident of Arizona. He was an Army veteran of World War II. He was employed as a plumber's helper by the federal government. Survivors include his wife, Glenna; two daughters, Lavorne, Phoenix, and Sherry, Albuquerque; three sons, Courtland, Albuquerque, and Cy and Corey, both of Sacaton; a sister, Mrs. Roselene Johnson, Phoenix; and two Mrs. Nellie Cat foil services scheduled Services for Mrs. Nellie Carroll. 76, a member of the Sunnyslope Christian Church, will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. Mrs. Carroll, 8506 N. Eighth St., died Monday in St. Luke's Hospital. Born in Decker Township, 111., she came to Phoenix in 1959 from West Palm Beach, Fla. She was a member of the Sunnyslope Widow's Circle and Order of Eastern Star. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs. Thomas McCain of Phoenix; a brother out of state; and a grandson. R. R. Miller, proprietor of grocery NO'STANDOUTS*.. LONDON (AP) - A man suspected of crime in Britain must not "stand out" on being put on a police identification parade — by being unshaven, for example. The Home Office issued this order to police in a review of procedure at identification parades. years ago to East Peoria, 111., .died" Sunday in Peoria Meth- ^odist Hospital. : Mrs, Treharne was the wid- .tow of George Treharne, who died jn Phoenix in 1964. She was born in Srnithshire, 111. •--.Services will be today in iLeRoy Schmidt Memorial "Chapel in East Peoria. Burial -will be in East Peoria. Harvey R. Lamb ^ MESA — Harvey R. Lamb, ,$5, a salesman 12 years for •,^the O.S. Stapley Co. before tfettfing recently, died Mon" day in Mesa General Hospital, •• ••: •:••... ^. ;•;••, j*Mr. Lamb, 514 N. Brimhall, was born in Macori, Mo., and moved to Mesa 18 years ago. .Survivors J -- 1 — J - '-=-• —-=*- Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m ; today in Chapel of Chimes, 5852 W. GlennDrive. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church, 5614 W. Orangewood. .Burial will be in Resthaven Cemetery. Survivors include his parents, Mr, and;Mrs. Aparicio Aviles; two sisters, Mrs. Sylvia Melendez and Mrs. Mary Helm; and a brother, Ernie, all of Glendale; and another brother, Alex of Phoenix. Roy Ostendorf MIAMI — Services for Roy Ostendorf, 72, who died Satur- Cole and Maud Mortuary, Casa Grande, handled arrangements. Miriam Conner SUN CITY - Memorial services for Mrs. Miriam A. Conner, 75, who died Monday in MediCenters of America in Phoenix, will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the United Church of Sun City. Private cremation will follow, Lundberg's Golden Door Chapel announced. Mrs. Conner came to Phoenix in 1959 from her native Reading, Pa., and lived here the past nine,years at 11837 Hillcrest Drive. She was a past president of the Sun City Womens Club, a member of the American Legion Auxilia- ™ Yn ' ' ustenaorf, 72, who died Satur- the American Legion Auxilia- Anne; two sons, Fn Mesa 18 years ago. day-in his home here, will be ry of Youngtown^un City, the Coolidge, Raymond include has wife, at 10:30 a.m. today in the Ceramic, Mosaic and Sewing Phoenix; a brother, • tnrooi e/vno Wolnn t\jrM*.« ijr«_j..._~--. T-» • i _•«••• • t._i_ _ i —. e r, ,^, . . _ * -Catherine; three sons, Ralph, ,1-pf Newport, Ore., James, of <J36ca Raton, Fla., and John; J4 of Mesa; his mother, Mrs! ,viJames| Lamb; and a brother, **oth -Vof Macpn; and six :(granddhildren. ' * Services will be at 2 p.m: tomorrow in Larry J. Melcher Mortuary, 43 S. Stapley. Burial. will be in Mt. View Cemetery. Miles Mortuary. Burial will 1 be in the Elks plot at Final 'Cemetery. ' , Mr. Ostendorf, a resident of v Miami for 41 years, was a native of Adams, Neb. He was a member of Elks Lodge 1410. Survivors include two brothers and four sisters, all out of state. r; ; ' : ACROSS 1 Nonsense r^ 5-Wai I •;• - covering ^.0 Promontory '14 Garment $L5 Relative - of Emmy & Tony ?J16 One of - the Kings 17 All over the place 19 Real y estate | man's interest .20 Put In new '•" shells 21 Wastes time 23 France: - 2 words 26 Letter 27 Dispraised 38 Painter's i accessory 34 Particle 35 Actors . 37 River of !>-• England 38 However 31,—-Columbia ^11 Fastener 42 Piece of ,,- verse .42 Language K ; of old 44 Real estate ^'s Crossword puzzle 47 Singing groups^ : 50 Instrument: Informal 51 In want 52 Makes Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: 56 Entertainer's necessity 60 Woodwind 61 One making a summary: Var. 64 Manufacturing establishment 65 Squelched: 2 words 66 Merchandising event • 67 Like a certain fish 68 Worries 69 Ship body DOWN 1 —- Fox or Rabbit 2 An emotion • 3 Actor Walter ., . 45 Great fright 4 Reason for Victoria Grosser Congressional Medal 5 Cosmetic 6 Tree 7 Dessert . 8 Ointment 9 Foot operated devices 10 Summoned •11 Jai 12 Piece of glass 13 Football players 18 Asian river 22 Dog walker's necessity 24 Resign 25 Five Star Final, for one 27 John or Sebastian-28 Musical composition 29 Observant person 31 Railroad building 32 Banish 11/5/69 33 Ruptures 36 Cut Into small pieces 39 Chap: Slang 40 Scarcity 44 Chic 46 In an uncivil manner 48 Grand —— 49. Cheese 52 Indefinite quantity 53 Boy's • nickname 54 Beautiful girl; Slang 55 Disagreement 57 Isaac's spn 58 Dickens character 59 Journey 62 Resident: Suffix 63 Draw clubs here. She was a past officer of several organizations in Reading. Survivors include her husband, Jesse; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Wildermuth and Mrs. Polly Rassow, both" of West Reading; a brother out of state; and three grandchildren. Margaret Taylor Mrs. Margaret S. Taylor, 71, a Gold Star Mother and member of the 42nd Rainbow Division Auxiliary, died yesterday in Good Samaritan Hospital. .Mrs. Taylor, 102 E. La Londe, was born in Mans- fieldi Ohio, and moved to Phoenix tour years ago from Waverly, Ohio. Survivors include two sons, Ralph L, of Phoenix, Hubert of Akron, Ohio; and six grandchildren. Services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Mae Rhodes Services and burial for Mrs. Mae M. Rhodes, 80, who was burned fatally Saturday, in a three - car collision at J300 W. Van Buren, will be in her, native Mercer, Pa. Grimshaw Mortuary . made arrangements. v Mrs. Rhodes, 1302 S. Seventh Ave., came to Phoenix three years ago from Mercer. She wa? a member of the Methodist faith. Survivors include two sons, Ernest of North Glenn, Colo., and James of Morristown, N.J.; a brother and s sister out of state; eight grandchildren and one great - grandchild. Hallice Beckett Raymond R. Miller TOLLESON - Rites for Raymond Richard Miller, 72, owner and operator of the Home Grocery here since 1951, will be at 10 a.m. today in Tolleson Christian Church where he was a deacon. Mr. Miller, 113 S. 93rd Ave., died Sunday in Phoenix Memorial Hospital. Born in Woodbury, Tenn., he lived in Texas from 1900 to 1944 when he came here from El Paso. He had been in the retail grocery business during his 25 years in Arizona and was a member of the Masonic Lodge in Peoria. : Survivors" include his wife, two jsons, Fred ! B.' of J. of Oscar C. of Phoenix; two brothers and two sisters out of state; and three ; grandchildren. After church services, at 83rd Avenue and Monroe, entombment rites will be in Memory Lawn Mausoleum, 719 N. 27th Ave., Phoenix. The family prefers contributions to the Tolleson Christian Church memorial fund. PeatriceToll Services for Mrs.. Beatrice Toll, 90, who died yesterday in Beyerly Manor Nursing , Home, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Seventh Ward Chapel, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 18th Street and Brill. Friends may call after 2 p^m. today in Mortensen- Kirigs Funeral Center, 1020 W. Washington. Burial will be hi Memory Lawn Cemetery. Mrs. Toll, 2225 E. Willetta, was born in Beach Grove, Ky., and came to Phoenix 21 years ago from Louisville, Ky. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Alma Eads of Fontana, Calif., and Irma L. Toll of Phoenix; a step daughter, Mrs. Bernice Miller of Akron, Ohio; a sister out of state; five grandchildren, four step - grandchildren, four great - grandchildren and three great - great grandchildren. Florence Gay Services for Mrs. Florence M. Gay, 67, who was in, an auto accident Sunday and died yesterday in Northwest Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback. Burial will be in East Resthaven Cemetery. Mrs, Gay, 2347 E. South Mountain, was a member of the Lutheran Church of Hope. Born in Morris, 111., she came to Phoenix 23 years ago from Chicago Heights, III Survivors Include her husband, Charles W,; a son, Wil- Legal Advertising Bt NC :os ••mfflsf;™ FOR " D$ * WRM r- CQ'ST:OF"PLANS ^SPECIFICATIONS DETERMINATION DECISION Tl rfeoo'V AFJjJloSl i:' YUMAVPARKER N: (Bout* Wash Section) Y.JM'/SPARKER. (Jet. 72-Re Reservatldn Bdrv.) leoost II) J&kT [Reservation 6"dry.-North) 95 Se»ied bid* will b« received until Jl :00 A.M! Naval Observatory Time by West- >rn Onion, onthe ebpve date, and then subllcly opened and reed at the office of he Arizona State Highway Commission, J04 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, 85007. No bids will be received alter the .„„ ) wOrk ed shall be completed within the number Of working days shown. Proposals for more than one pro ect may be set for opening. at the time ndfcated above. The protect, order of openlne and readlrm proposals will be determined at the time of opening and here will be, a pause between project openings to allow a.bldder the opportunj- y to submit a written request to withdraw his unopened bid. . , , The location of the proposed, work 1» In Yuma Countv on State Routes,95 and 72. Prolect S244-50S begins approximately 0.7 of a mile south of the lunctlon of Route "5 and 72 and extends northerly toward 'arker for a distance of 0.7 of * mile. 'ro ect S 245-905 begins at the lunctlon of Route 95 and 72 . and extends northwesterly toward Parker 6f adls- ance of 2.9 miles. Prelect S 245-904 >eglns at the lunctTon of Routes 95 and 72 and extends southeasterly on Route 72 toward Hope for a distance of approximately 5.0 miles. Prolect S 405-904 begins 4 miles north of Parker on Route 9S and extends northerly for a distance of aproxlmately 2.5 miles. The proposed work consists of grading draining, furnishing and placing base and surfacing materials, emulsified pe- roleum resin seal ana Includes construe- Ion of a 17 span continuous cast-ln-pl«ee reinforced concrete slab bridge, and other Incidental work. PRINCIPAL ITEMS AND APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES A , 35,000 Cu.Yd. Roadway Excavation 14,670 Ton Asphaltic Concrete. .6,500 Cu.Yd. Borrow 1 USurn Struetur- 14,6§0 Cr fon' Select Material (Class A) 6,10p' ton Aggregate Base 1 L.Sum S ^%«$,.f <C.ass D) (1,155 '1,450 TON Bituminous Road Mix 1 L.SUm Reinforcing Steel. . ~ _ 1,146 L.Ft. Metal Handrail (391,000 52s'L.Ff. rallbank-'Protection , Plans, specifications,: and Proposal 'amphlets may be obtained from the Jivlslon of Contracts and Specifications, Arizona' Highway Department, 206 South 7th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona (5007. The otal cost of plans .and specifications for his project, exclusive of Standard Specl- Icatlons and Standard Plans, is shown bove and Is payable by check drawn to ie Arizona Hiahway Department. No efund will be allowed for plans and peclficatlons returned to the Department, 'roposal Pamphlets are not transferable wd, when used to submit a bid, shall >e returned In the envelope provided by ie Department for that purpose. No contractor' shall mlt a bid until duly " " ' ,. eligible to sublicensed- as a con- ractor In the State of Arizona, and until tlfled statements of — ' ' ~ Construction E> Is certlfl purees, ------- , Equipment, made on forms supplied , Financial Re- xperience and by ie Arizona Highway Department, have >een approved. Preauallflcatlon shall b* lied not later than fifteen days prior to A proposal guaranty In the forrn of Ither an unendowed certified or a casher's check made payable to the State Treasurer of Arizona for. not, less than lye percent of the grbss amount, of the rid Is required to accompany the - pro- osal, sublect to forfeiture on failure of Idder to enter Into contract. The right s reserved to relect any and all bids, as rovlded for In the Standard Specifics- ons. .,..-. All labor employed on this prelect hall be paid In accordance with the Arizona Prevailing Wage Scale shown In he .contract. ,A list showing the Wage Scale Is on file In the Department and copies may be obtained at all reasonable Imes. ^dvertlsement for Bids. S 264-505, S 264-905, S 265-906 8. S 405-904 October 31, 1969 • .... . . 'ubllshed: Arizona , 12, 1969. " sta ' e 'Repu • *' WM. N. PRICE 1 ." 3 ^ Engineer ic, November .'orks Director In . ...„. Building, 251 West WBSI....-.-.. treelv pfioenlx, Arizona, 85003, until 2:00 .m. Tuesday, December 2, 196>. , Bids will be opened and publicly reao loud .at. this..time In Room 731 of rne nd Shelt ated as onstructed 'ase bid Is to Include. Hangar B elters C & D only (building Indias >'t\' r on the site Plan will be structed as detcrlbed , in alternate nly). .-'-..• The hangar In the base bid will 1 equipped with canopy, type doors ,as d cribed In the Specifications and the s ig and roofing will be painted as specl- ed but the, structural the three tructures (B, C & D) will be prime coated only. . ... '•_•'•' Plans and specifications x may be ex^ mined and/or purchased at the office ol ie City Enflineer, Room 700. MunjclM ulldlno. A certified, or cashier's cn*» r .bldlwnA for not less than five jr* • >ercent of The .proposal, made payabl* t f he Cltv of t , Phoenix, snail be submitted Ith each bid .as a guarantee that the idder. If awarded the contract, will enter nto contract by executing the documents nd furnishing the required Ijonds. Th ouneltof the City of Phoenix reserve he rtohtto refuse any or all - e es proposals Prolect No. The "general''prevailing rate of per die ages, as determined by and on file wl ie Industrial Commission, shall be pa 3r each craft or type of workman needc perform the contract. ubllshed: The er 4, S, (,, 7, I rector venv .._..._ . PUBLIC HEARING by e_Marlcopa County^Plannlng and, Zonlnq NOTICE OF e Marlcopa C_ ommission at 10:00 a.m. on ,...,. ay of November, .1969, J.n the Boan oenlX. Arl70na. on ' eneral Land se Valley, Graveside rites for Haljice P. Beckett, 70, who died Sun- __„„ ,.„ day in St. Luke's Hospital, liam of Tempe; a daughter, will be at 3 p.m. today in Mrs, Esjey Plessner, of Hunt* ington Beach, Calif., 1 a sister, Mrs. Melva Emerson, of Sun Glendale Memorial Cemetery. A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary made arrangements. Mr. Beckett, 546 W. Adams, managed the Windsor Hotel. Born jn Salem, Ore., he came to Phoenix 11 years ago from WyojrOng. He was a member of a Phoenj? Moose Lodge, 0r & in f |l !? e ? ^' Q?w , Beckett of phoeni*. City; dren. and seven grandchil' JOB INJUWBS §TAY WASHINGTON (AP) - On- the-job injuries In l turing remained at a higlj Jaijj; year, the tebof partment reprtod, uprvlsors Auditorium, 205 West "Jeffer : in, Phoenix, Arizona, on "A Future id Use Plan - Northern Para... ; Arizona/' and on amend- ents to the Zoning Ordinance and maps r the unincorporated area of Marlcopa ounty, .. . • • . ; .110-6? John D. Kuhn, and others The NWW, and the NWV<, SWA and the SWli, NEV4, Sic. 28, T4N, R3E, G&SRB&M, containing Parcels 1 through 4 as shown on the zoning case map for 2 110-69 drawn by the Marlcopa County Plannlnq .and Zoning Department at sc !, ie 1 «,''P°°L d8t #f °«l°B? r - M ' W9 ' and on fl e In the office of the Marlcopa County Planning and Zonlnq Department, ROOm 300, 111 Srvrilh TMrrl Al.inllo Phoenix, Arizona. 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ATI .master masons and their ladles Invited to participate. '. L. L. GARTIN. W.M. 4—Funeral Announcements AVILES, Lorenzo, 6547 N. 53rd Dr. Survived by ..father, Aparicio Aviles, Glendale; Mother, Mary Zunlga, Glendale; brothers Alex, Pnx.; Ernie, Glendale; sisters, Mrs; H y'i vm 9 .Melendez. & .Mrs, Mary haven the chlrties. MB.SS 10 a.m. Thursday, pur Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Interment Rest- ECKETT, Hallice f. services, conducted by Rev. Mitchell 3:00 .p.m. today at dale Memorial Park. A. L. • Graveside Ron Glen- Moore OWS, Dwlaht D. JD.D)"'1223 Bethany Home Rd., passed V..NOV. 4, 1969. Survived by -^ Sens. BELLOWS, Dwight D. away wife Helen', of' Phoenlx"soh*,'"Rlcn'. ard E^ .Eugene, Ore., sisters, Mary Belle Shepherd and Carol Jean. Ryan, Pasadena, Calif., brothers, Lowell, Glenn and Del- Iowa and Bill of idc' " Jchil- sday. mar, Spencer, Iowa and Bi Detroit, Mich., also 4 a ram dren. Services 9 a.m. Thun Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Horn* Rd., witfi the Rev. A. Leortard Miller offlcfatlnn. Entombment „ Greenwood Mausoleum. In lieu of material remembrances donations may be made to the .American Cancer Society. Friends .may call s to 9 SERGEY, Annie Gunther. .Arra nge- Agnes, 1954 N. 24th St. ,.„..,„,>.„ St. Francis. Arrangements by _Mercer Mortuary. • BRANNOCK, Charles S. Services 11 a.m. today, Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. Moose Lodge No. assisting. Interment Green norlal Gardens. *-*y «a tvicinui IQI vjgiuciia. ROcKMAN, John L. Services 11 a.m. today,, Grimshaw's Bethany Sft»BM!^^^P>4W:feC ciioV Y'punfltowri/'TnfeFment ~Sunland. . MrndbergV Golden Door Chapel. • ^ DRQWN, Clifford E. Arrangements pending. Hansen Mortuary. *.BUCH|R c Karrle Marie. Services 5 BUTT Carl C, Graveside < . ^ today, Green A I GardMs, .Ar/«ng on-m-iaw JUII.Q ale. £. gran argarltfr Lang, oria Reed, .Sioux . jle. Mrs. Op iia, Sucramen* to. i jirandton; Mr. Rayj Varg«s» Scottsdale. )2 qreat • srwgch I- Sren./ Ro*fry ..Thursday* f -p.m. MasslnMr * ' Mortuary Ch«p»l, 5cot}MaTt< Mass Friday .10 a.m. Our T-adv^ prPtrwtUSl, Help, it- i, Help, riends' rn» 6 p.m. 4—Funeral Annwneei nneuncemenf* Greenwood. Friejids "may" 'call _frpm_3;00 until 10:00 p.m. today. CUMMINS, William.B. Services 11 a.m. today, Parafise chape? Funeral Horn*, interment Greenwood. Ralph L. Saoe, Director. (5REDERJCK, Llllle W. ServlcM will be conducted By Rev. Charles. L. Strubel, 10 a.m. today, Chacel m the Garden, Mercer MorfuafyV | n . terment Greenwoorf. FUNpERBURK, Prances E, Memorial Services 3 p.m. Thursday. Church, 104, W., Western, Avondale, interment In Mercer, P*nn. Local arrangements . by .Grlmihaw'S Bethany j chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. .__,'. OAY, .Florence MT fountain "Avfc/ »ry%T2, p.rn" Thursday, Camelback . Sunset Chapel. Rev. Roy K. .^alde offi- SOUth elating, interment East Resthaven Park. Visitation 7 to 8 p.m. Wednesday. • HALL, Robert James..Arrangements pending. Lundberg Chapel of The Chimes. .'. HALL, Roberta Lee, "Bobbl". Services 3 p.m. Joday, .Grimshaw's Bethany,chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. . HANKS, Annie L. services conducted by Dr. C. 1/aughan RtxX 2:30 p.m. Thursday In Memory ChapM. A. L. Moor* & Sons. Interment Double Bufte, Friends may call all day today. ;...• —__ all im M( HEKLAR, John A. Reaut \Aass 9 a.m. .today St. •iitombment Holy cross, ertua TiTflrT ft J ay, Green Acres Mortuary, coftsdale. Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens. iSMBTTtaTpTTH. Survived by wife, Catherine; 3 sons, Ralph Leroy, Newport, Ore., James Leon, Boca Raton, Fla. and John L., Mesat 6 grandchildren; .. mother, .Mrs. James Lamb, Maeom Mo.» brother, Lee Damb, Macon, Mo. services 2 p.m. Thursday, Chapel of the Roses, Larry J. Melcher Mortuary; Dr. Hayden Sears official- Ina. Interment Mt. View Memorial Gardens. Friends may call this afternoon and evening. CaWrTE; KG. "Ace" .Services conducted by Rev. Samuel J. Lln- damood, Jr. 10:00 a.m.-today In Memory Chapel, A.L. Moora & Sons. Cremation. A memorial to Phoenix Day Nursery Is prelerred._ MARTI N; Henry,Mbrfenien-Klnit Funeral Center., M~eCANNA7~ Bertha A. services & interment Littleton, Colo. M.L. Gibbons Mortuaries, Garden Chap- elt.33 N. SlrrJne,_Mej>a. ^ MeLARWY, James. ArranBements pendlnp, Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale., ,—, MELL07~Mellssa Adrienne. Survived by parents, fi\r. & Mrs. Manuel Mello and .sister, Mrs. Marihm Freeoard, all of Phoenix. Grand- 'Green AcrS 'Mor uiry7 Scottsdale: Mass of the Anseis 10 a.m. Thurj. day, St. Stephen's Church, »100 N. Urn St. Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens. Visitation 2 to ____.. MILLER, RavmontFRIehard. Serv- Ices today 10 a.m. at the Tojlesori Christian Church, entombment service will follow., at. Memory Lawn Maausoleum Chapel. In Lieu of material remembrances fam ly requests contributions to Memorial _Fund_ofjroljesorLChrmlan Church. MOHRDfECK, Martin III, Services conducted by Dr. Ly e C. Bums 11:30 a.m. today In- Memory Chapel, A.-L. Moore & Son. Inler- ment Greenwood. _ MULLIGAN, Agnes E. Wife of Hugh J. Passed away Nov. 3rd. She will be taken to Cranston, Rhode Island for services & burial. Whitney 8j_MurpJV£. __ NADER, Thelma. 4918 W. Pierson. Wife of James. Arrangements pendJn9._Whitney_4 Murphy. OLEA, Encamaclon B. Recitation of the rosary 8 p.m. tonlnht, Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center. Requiem mass -9 a.m. Thurs., Sacred Heart Church. PELOTT, Leon C. Private services Thursday afternoon. Cremation. Friends may call at Messinger Mortuary, Scottsdale until Thursday noon. I day POWE _ POWELL, Stella. Services 1 ajn~. Thursday, Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 AW. Bethany Home Rd., with the Rev. Crawford Vanderpool officiating. • Interment Greenwood Memorial Park. Friends may call 4 to 9 p.m. CfOlJADA, Juari; Mortensen-Klnss Funeral Center. • . QUINLAN, Beth Ann. Services., 10 a.m. Thursday, at Meldrum Mortuary Chapel, 52 North Macdonald • St., Mesa, where friends may call 4 to 8 today. Interment Mesa Cemetery. In lieu of material remembrances, please remember the Primary Children's . Hospital, Salt Lake Cltv. '•.'••'.. QUINLAN, Wilhelmlna H. Service* 10 a.m. Thursday at Meldrum Mortuary Chapel, 52 North Macdonald St., Mesa, where friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today. 1 Interment Mesa Cemetery. In lieu of material remembrances, please remember the • Primary Children's Hospital, Salt Lake Cltv. . REID, Jo Ann. Arrangements pending., Messlnser Mortuary, Scotts••• dale. •• ••'•.. - '.-'A SANTEYAN, Ruben E. 115 W. Pled- mont. Graveside services 9 a.m. Thursday In St. Francis Cemetery. Friends may call after 12 noon today In Whitney & .Murphy Chap- STEPHENSON, T~DT~677T4bT~E. Edgemont. Husband of Doris P. Stephenson. Father of Richard Stephenson, Shreveport, La., James Stephenson, Issaquah, Wash., 1 Sister and 3 Brothers .out of state. Passed away Monday. X grandchildren also survive.. Serv- ' Ices conducted by Dr. Mark Carpenter 11:30 a.m. Thursday In Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & Sons. Entombment Memory Lawn. .Friends may call from 3:00 until 10:00 p.m. today. ."..••• SUNIGA, Julia Gonzales. Requiem Mass 9 a.m. today, St. Anthony'? Church, Mort«nsen-Klng» Funeral Center. • SWANSOM p.m.- ' neral _ Acres._Ralph L. Sa TA'YLOR, Margaret aaret S. Survived .1, Phoenix. iert E., Akron,, Ohio. ; grandchildren.; Services Thursday, Chapel Jn th Mercer Mortuary. R .1 p.m. e Garden, .....— .— —.,. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today, ' TOLL,-.Beatrice. Beloved mother of Mrs, Alma Eads, Miss Irma Toll, stepmother of Mrs. Bern ce Miller, sister of Mrs. Althea Davis. Five grandchildren, 4 step - grandchildren, 4 great • • grandchildren, 3 great - great- - grandchildren. Services 2 p.m. Thurs:, 7th Ward Jesus. Christ' of Latter Saints Church, Friends may call, from 2 Mortenson • Ki"« Fu- p.m. Wed.; 'Morteiisoh iter from ip.m WALKER, Olive . I., 2101 ieihany . Chapel, lome Rd. i?. 9 * • -^ rhurt at 10 lit I I ...ones, Inform* interment ._„, . Chapel and Funeral L. Sage/ Director. n, services . III. Para al Home. R alph YOUNG, Isabel S. Survived,by. husband,' Benlamln; sons, Bemamln and Douglass; ,4 granoenlldren. Friends may call 6 to 9 p.m. this evening, private cremation. .Paradise chapel Funeral Home. Ralph L. Sage, Director. •• , ' • ', •— 7—Funeral Directors MERCER MORTUARY THOMAS RD, AT 16TH ST, Phone 26&-4473 Private Parking A. I. MOORE & SONS FOURTH AVENUE AT ADAMS 252-3411 brles 75 V ."towtney 93?-»47; BRAZILt,WHITNEY DONOFRIOTLORALCO, Finest Flowers Since 190i. 254-67el i-ARGE gray end white kitten, D ack markings pn nos«, ftrlday night ne jr^ Jtipmas and 5cottsd«l« , mete, white male cat. Gray,and te rjng fall. Reward, Ivenlnijs, , SILVER paiae miniature female poodle. 40th Streef.Broadway. Wear. Ing Pink collar. 27A-S9JJJ. 150 reward. KITTEN,' tiger .itrlneji; 1 blackMlt* AUSTRAtlAN/Skle; terrier, . and" tan, me.le"Jp||y.'' Vlenl 25— Los! hind e white, on tan. Tan/white . after s p.m. • ••. 77P»rf~wlr*Ralr, fawn ana cinity , ttth.SMndlan lummlngb SundaV" a.m"' Ocfober"«r"Reward! 27^7133 after < P.m. 'lESE femcle cat, solid choco- >rewn, .amber jyes. Lest since «!<•$?- BSB2Et!^lS? BRACELET "--Gold coin. .881. Mte Asu jami, Intrmsjc and jentimwn- "wntfe", ?» «Tti R tai value. Reward. 9M-6134. AUSTRALIAN . Shepherd, black marlltnB*. 956-M46. GERMAN Shepherd mal*, vicinity of 26th Street-sweetwater Road. West Halloween night. 944-7432. WHITE, TOY Poodle, ward, *50. 253-8085. years. Re- FEMALE German shorttiair pomfer. Maryvaie. Reward, apto. I rard nw nale cat.. Half Persian,, or- L fur, "Puffer". 35th Avet. 942-tlSl. J RAY . and white kitty. Vicinity, Of orthfirn and 5th Street. Red collar. JjUdren's pet. 943-7777. LARGE male cat, " ' A ange eyes, - nue-Cattyt r ^_^^^— rr ^ BEAGLE, brown and white. Name, Molly."License nuftiber «;.vicinity\fo Srottsdai*. Reward" 947-08M. ^ ' FEMALE .Siamese eat, 7 menths old, vicinity. 24tti Street, Indian School Road, Saturday, November: H. Reward. 279-2005 evenings. 28— Found POODLE, standard white male. BclgfoW" Yerrler. female. »3>-3j55. FOUND female Labrador mix, .«p 19th Ave. * Osborn, black with white chest, blaze and tips, brown collar. Taken to 14th Ave. Humane Society. _ SKYE_ Terrier, male< fawn. 955-6484. SIAMESE, spayed, 3arE coat, friendly. Paradise Valley area. 948-44*2, after 12. __ ... ,...., 30— Special Hotlces 33 — Auctions — AUCTION CITY SALE SUNDAY 9 A.M. WARE'S AUCTION 4025 N. We comm PHOlT VE JIM'S ALLlCD AUCTION Sale Mon 7 P.M. 944-5384 407 S. OLD SCOTTSDALE RD.,.. ' AAA AUCTION NOAUCTION through Thursday 8:30 'til 6, Friday f/ggMMiL- 277-3812 AUCTION TODAY : 4001 NORTH 7TH ST 9 A.M. AND 7 P.M. JOHN BRUNK & SONS, INC AUCTIONEERS J64-3204 VAN'S A-l AUCTION A EVERY TUESDAY 7 P.M. '„ 2949 W, MCDOWELL 278-7048 .-', HAYDEN C. VAN CLEVE, Auct.M. ffi DESERT AUC 49 S. ROBSON, MESA , Big Auction Thurs Nov. «th 6:30 p.m. A sale definitely not to miss. "Ie are loaded with some of the ,,nest furniture to be sold at auction. From model homes we have: bdrm. sets, box springs, matts., liv-rm sets. Early Am., Spanish & modern coffee table sets. Decorator lamps, many other Items. We also have 5 housefulls of clean used-furniture, such as RCA TV, port JV s, chests, dressers, tables, beds, desks, lust everything for the home. We also have box after box of misc. Tools, carpeting, chairs, couches, antiques. One lot of power tools practically new. We Invite dealers, apt. owners, home owners, .*« all others to this sale. You definitely will get bargains here.,49 S, Robson, Mesa. Sale Thurs Nov. 6th 6:30 p.m. Phoenix Homes For Sale Class** IOC ttiroufh IT* ^»*»^»^^»^>»^^^«*^«^^<*^v 100— Phx. Homes All Areas i 4 BR & FAMILY RM ,. 1% baths — in good NW area, Walking distance to grade ', Near Thomas Rd. & 491h Ave: Convenient location & lust $16,000. CLEVENGER REALTY NW Corner Central & Thomas ;-;, 279-5505 _ ^ 3 BDRM -FAMILY RM - FIREPL WILL SELL FHA-VA $14,300^ : Big 18x19 family rnv.W-W carpets 6. . Joe McGarry, Realtors 279-23fe NEED 4 'BEDROOMS? ;| Then see this N.E. refrla " home with sep fam room, 2 ., cov. patios. Dbl carport & spacious fenced yard. Shop- pins & schools near by. Only 'DON' HEIPLE & ASSOCIATES:?! X821 N. Central 2M-7181 4BR425.800 Nestled In the finest, N.W. area and looking for a large family..' There Is over 2100 SQ. ft. of 'LR.' in this comfortable home which Includes a y/XU' pane ed- family rm w/slump blk, fireplace. f=or- mal dining area for entertaining. Besides all thls-thls owner Is an- CREST REALTY & 100 W. Camelback. 264-0876 NEED MORE ROOM?? You can't go..wrong: on L this large 4 Wrm, 'family rm home lysf reduced, .for qujck .sale. Owner will leave refrigerator- freezer, washer, lawnmower and other yard took swing set & the home has bujIMn R/0 + nar : , has built-in R70 + nar- baae disposal. There's a cpvd patio, db( carport & the yard is :h over average size. Priced much ov In early 20'S. CHARM PERSONIFIED Clean custom-built red brick re, frlg/d 2, bdrm. horn* near South Mountain, could be yours very easily. Sma . down at. appraisal of. .$13.500,.. It ,has the^ nicest kitchen .with R/0, a. celling, of • light & oodles of cabinets. Near t *hAnnlnei A. hil<k. AvrAllnnr neigh.-.-„.. one or for mora fight & ooales o, —,,... shopping & bus, excellen borhood. It's perfect for no-car family, Call us fi (fefalls. . ' •. , NOBLES LEE 274-3696 . SBUU N. 19TM AV^. REALTOR ~ " T "'• -.•-••"> ''.- -"."-.— i"; ", L - ^ j WALK TO MADISON MEADOWS! Offers, Immedlaft.ocFUPancv r lovely mature landscaping • snake shingle, roof .fenced , rear yard. • entertaini paliq i . 3 larse bdrs, 3 - . hupe 3 a ml fy. w-flreplace & parquet . banauet »Tze olnmg rm all-electric Kitchen w-larg« brkf. . area - cirpefea. & talnlna size "« floor* USSOG.,INO, ""'t N. l«h SIR 279-1671 '•.1/> C,

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