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REPUBLIC 1 Obituaries F.L. Stanley »/ served in both Grace L. Ackerman^ 90, world wars author, teacher at ASU TEMPE - Mrs. Grace L. Ackerman, 90, an author and former Arizona State University teacher, died Sunday in a Phoenix rest home. Mrs. Ackerman, of 2077 E. Cairo Drive, was born in Seward, Neb., and moved here in 1959. She taught classes in early childhood education at ASU and wrote more than 12 books with Dr. Irving Stout of ASU. Mrs. Ackerman received her doctorate of philosophy from Columbia University, where she taught. She served as specialist for family life, education and.nursery schools in Washington. During World War II, she was national consultant for the Federal Works Agency for Child Care and Protection and later served as a consultant in New York and Massachusetts. Mrs. Ackerman was a member of the Society for Research in Childhood Development, National League of American Pen Women, Arizona Press Women and the American Association of University Women. Private cremation will be held, Carr Mortuary announced. One cousin, Kenneth V. Manning of State College, Pa., survives. Memorials may be made to the First Church of Christ, Scientist, 30 E. Fifth St. Lunette Camillone SCOTTSDALE — Mrs. Lunette L. Camillone, 56, of 6840 E. Montecito, Scottsdale, died Tuesday at Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Camillone was a 13-year Arizona resident and a native of Chicago. She was a model in New- York City during the 1930s and 1940s, working for Powers and Conover Modeling Agency. Mrs. Camillone also starred in several commercial films for General Electric Corp. She was a former employe of-the Valley Ho, Mountain Shadows and Sun and Sage hotels. Services will be at 10 a.m. Friday in the Messinger Mortuary Chapel, 515 E. Indian School, Scottsdale. Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery. Survivors include her husband, Edmund, and a daughter, Donna Lu, of Scottsdale. The family suggests memorial gifts to the American Cancer Society. Grace L. Ackerman Agnes Morrin Mrs. Agnes Lanita Morrin, 58, of 3543 E. Fillmore, died yesterday at Williams AFB Hospital. Born in Safford, Mrs. Morrin lived in Arizona all her life. Graveside services will be held at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at Memory Lawn Memorial Park, 719 N. 27th Ave. She is survived by her husband, Glenn, of Phoenix, and one sister - in - law out of state. MESA - Foster L. Stanley, 74, a retired Army colonel who had served in both world wars, died yesterday at Mesa Lutheran Hospital. Services will be at 1 p.m. Saturday at St. Mark's Episcopal Church, 322 N. Horn. Private cremation will follow. Mr. Stanley, of 801 N. MacDonald, retired as vice president of the Indiana Bell Telephone Co. in 1955 and moved to Mesa the same year. He was born in Ladoga, Ind., and attained the rank of colonel during World War II. He was a member of Oriental Masonic Lodge 20 in Mesa and the Mesa Hiram Club. He was a past president of the Mesa Art League and a life member of Mesa Fine Arts. He belonged to American Legion Post 26 in Mesa. Survivors include his wife, Helen Allen, of Mesa; one stepdaughter, Mrs. Jaynic Allen Millet, of Mesa; two sons, Dr. John R. of Muncie, Ind., and Carl R. of Old Greenwich, Conn.: one sister out of state and nine grandchildren. The family suggests memorials to the St. Mark's church building fund. Arrangements were by Larry J. Melcher Mortuary. Barbara Connor Barbara Magdalene Connor, 72, of 7147 N. 48th Lane, a 23-year Phoenix resident, died Tuesday at Phoenix Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Connor, who moved to Phoenix from San Francisco, was born in Kenosha, Wis. Services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in A. L. Moore and Sons Chapel, 333 W. Adams. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. at Ft. Whippie. Survivors include her two sons, Vernon G. Adams of Phoenix, and Glenn E. Adams of San Francisco, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Legal Advertising nine two Jennie Hanrahan SCOTTSDALE v — Rosary for Mrs. Jennie E. Hanrahan, 72, of 2831 N. 71st St.. will be recited at 8 p.m. today at Paradise Chapel, 3934 E. Indian School. Burial will be in Ft. Worth. Tex. Mrs. Hanrahan died Monday in Good Samaritan Hospital". She came to Scottsdale five years ago from Ft. Worth. A native of Loxa, 111., Mrs. Hanrahan was a member of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary and the Order of Eastern Star. She was a retired upholsterer. Mrs. Hanrahan is survived by her son, Maj. James G. !A.M" Hanrahan, with the U.S. Ma- )he Ar|zona state Hi hway Commi5Sjon Tines in Honolulu; tWO daURh- i206 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona! . -. T. i. T-IIII . r !85C07. No bids will be received after the ters, Mrs. Betty F. Alberts of ; time specified. T-.I • i ,. o i Proposals lor more than one proiect PnOeniX, and Mrs. bUZanne imay be sej for ^opening at_ the^ time Fischer of one sister out of state; grandchildren and great-grandchild. ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS PROJECT: F 053-1 (6), BIDS OPENED: JULY 10, 1970. TERMINI: MESA-PAYSON HIGHWAY; COST OF PLANS AND SPECIFICAITIONS: 58.00. LOCATION: (Reservation Boundary — iSaquaro Lake Junction) WAGE DETER MINATION DECISION NO.: AJ-6,994, i ITEM NO.: 206 AFE: 87027, T(ME :FQR COMPLETION: 275 WORKING| iroIvoH iintit 11 -fin' Pearl Smith CLAYPOOL - Services for Mrs. Pearl A. Smith, 55, who died Tuesday in the Gila General Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. today at the Miles Chapel. Burial will be in the Superior Cemetery. She was a native of Miami. Survivors include her husband, Theron; two sons, Walter of Hayden and Theron Jr. of Claypool; a daughter, Mrs. Birdie Brough of Claypool; her father, Walter Hutchison of Claypool; a brother. O. G. Hutchison, also of Claypool; and two grandchildren. Everett Parker Services for Everett M. Parker, 62, a native of Bangor, Me., will be held at 11:30 a.m. today in Memory Lawn Mausoleum Chapel, 719 N. 27th Ave., with burial in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Mr. Parker, a resident of Scdona for two years at the time of his death, had lived in Arizona for 20 years. He died at Good Samaritan Hospital Tuesday. He had been employed by Swift and Co. for 37 years, 15 of them in Arizona. He had lived in Dover, N.H., where he was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the Shrine Temple. Survivors include his wife, Ruth E., of Seclona; his mother, Mrs. Annie M. Parker of Bangor: and one brother out of slate. The family suggests memorials to the Arizona Cancer Society. Arrangements were by Mercer Mortuary. Larry Phillips Services for Larry Phillips, 19, an apprentice plumber for the Peoria Plumbing Service, will be held at 11 a.m. today at Grimshaw's Bethany Chapel. 710 W. Bethany Home, with burial in Resthaven Park Cemetery. The body of Mr. Phillips, of 8601 N. 30th Drive, was four/ June 12 in the desert near the Black Canyon Highway. The cause of death was not established. He had been missing for several days. Survivors include his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Phillips of Phoenix; two sisters, Patricia Ann and Brenda Mae Phillips, both of Phoenix; a grandmother, Mrs. Alma Lee Welsh of Phoenix; and a grandfather, Leslie S. Phillips of Phoenix. Katie Fritz CLIFTON — Mrs. Katherin "Katie"' Fritz, who came to the Blue River country in 1894 as a bride to help her husband ranch, died yesterday at Morenci Hospital. She was 97. 'Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. today at Lewallen Chapel here. Mass will be said at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Sacred Heart Church here. Burial will follow in Clifton Cemetery. Mrs. Fritz, a native of Germany, and the widow of Fred Fritz Sr., was the mother of Fred Fritz Jr., former speaker of the Arizona House of Representatives and Arizona Senate president. She resided on the ranch and at the family home in Clifton, spending most of her time there in recent years. She was a member of the American Legion Auxiliary and the Arizona Cowbellcs Association. Surviving are her son, three grandsons and nine great grandchildren. Steven Gamble Scripture services for Steven M. Gamble, 23, of 1109 W. Marshall, will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at Grimshaw Bethany Chapel. Mass will be said at 9:15 a.m. Saturday at SS. Simon and Jude Cathedral. 6351 N. 27th Ave. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mr. Gamble, a native of Miami, came to Phoenix in 1950 with his family. He was a student at Arizona State University and a radio dispatcher for the Salt River Project. He was found dead, apparently of a self-inflicted gunshot wound, on the ASU campus Tuesday. He was a parishioner of the cathedral and a member of the Newman Club at ASU. Surviving are his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gamble, and a brother, Gary A., all of Phoenix. Legal Advertising _. -ids will be recei i.. Naval Observatory |ern Union, on the above ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIOS Notice is hereby aiven. that the Arizona State Board of Directors for Junior Colleqes. actinq for the benefit of the State of Arizona for Ihe use of the Maricopa County Junior College District will receive sealed bids for the furnish- inq of al| labor, material, transoortation and services for construction of a new .. ... ... .. .MUSIC BUILDING at Phoenix Colleoe. Alt An r< I'f i indicated above. The proiect order of [1202 West Thomas Road. Phoenix. Anzo- Aliauena, Lailt.; jOoemna and reading proposals will be^na. . i determined at the time of opening, and: Each bid must be submitted nn the I nine ! there will be a pause between proiect; Bid Form and in Accordance with draw- openings to allow a bidder the opportuni- inqs and soecifications on file at the ty to submit a written request to with-i office of the Maricopa Couny Junior draw his unopened bid. IColleae District and available at the of- The location of the proposed work is injfice of HAVER. NUNN AND JENSEN. Maricopa County beginning about O.SiA.I.A.. Architects, 1133-J East Missouri miles east of the east boundary of the!Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona, upon deposit McDowell Indian Reservation and ex-;of Fifty Dollars (550.00) for each set of ....„ 0116 Crossword puzzle ACROSS 1 Burn 5 Interjection 9 Express appreciation 14 Roman Catholicism 15 Capital of Fiji 16 Strange and frightening 17 Notdis- comfitted 19 Cut into tiny pieces 20 Lesson of a story 21 Male animal 23 Dance 24 Certain Frenchmen 27 Armor 29 Iroquois Indian 31 Equine sounds 35 Dismiss: Slang 37 US president 39 Not at all: Dial. 40 War god 42 Ready for use; 2 words 44 Southern: Fr. 45 Tightwad 17 One gigantic in power 49 Egg drink 50 WW-II general 52 Color 54 Double 56 Tries out again 59 Ice pieces 62 Hawaiian food 64 Gobbled up 65 Mountain range 67 Intrude 70 Bird 71 Examine 72 Arrow poison 73 Sickness 74 Play area 75 At no time: poet. DOWN 1 Small fragment 2 Privilege 3 An untidy place: 3 words 4 Kind of discount 5 Donkey 6 Exclamation 7 Always 8 Title of respect 9 Pro—: for the nonce Yesterday's Puzzle Solved: tending northeasterly over State Route 87 , for approximately '/' miles. ; The proposed work consists of grading I and draining one new roadway and includes furnishing and placing base and surfacing materials; the construction of (concrete box culverts and other incidental work. PRINCIPAL ITEMS AND APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES Excavation Cu. Yd. 554,400 Roadway — Special Backfill Cu. Yd. 12,000 Select Material (SM-5) Ton 113,500 Aggregate Base (AB-5b) Ton 40,900 Asphaltic Concrete Ton 31,600 Structural Concrete (Cl. A) (1,345 Cu. Yd.) L. Sum 1 Reinforcing Steel (141,150 Lb.) L. Sum 1 Pipe Culvert L. Ft. 9,768 Game Fence L. Ft. 39,550 Embankment Curb L. Ft. 1,400 Plans, specifications, and Proposal Pamphlets may be obtained from the I Division of Contracts and Specifications, Arizona Highway Department, 206 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona B5007. The total cost of plans and specifications for | this proiect, exclusive of Standard Specifications and Standard Plans is shown I above and is payable by check drawn to !the Arizona Highway Department. No ' refund will be allowed for plans and (specifications returned to the Department. Proposal Pamphlets are not trans ' drawings and soecifications. The deoosi; will be refunded upon return ot the drawings and soecifications in aood condition within 7 calendar days after bid shall be made on form to be obtained at the office of the architect; accompanied bv a certified or cashier's check or bid bond for five (5%) per cent of the amount of the bid, made payable to the order of Arizona State Board of Directors for Junior Colleoes. to be returned to the respective bidders uoon the execution of a satisfactory surety company bond and contract with the successful bidder; shall be sealed and filed with the business office of the Maricopa County Junior College District Governing Board, 106 East Washington Street. Seventh Floor. Phoenix, Arizona on or be fore 2:30 p.m.. Julv 15. 1970. The Arizona State Board of Directors 10 Item of sentimental value 11 English composer 12 Pleasing 13 Ship structure 18 Over the length 22 Feast day: Suffix 25 Emperor 26 Wisely sparing 28 Lodge 30 Madcap escapade 32 Imitation jewel 33 Stir 34 Gulp 35 Stay 36 Air 6/18/70 38 Spud, Down South 41 Early colonizers 43 Peel 46 Brawl 48 Chile saltpeter 51 Check 53 Enclose completely: 2 words 55 Clamorous 57 Abode 58 Unpleasant look 59 Glasp 60 Pier in a wall 61 God • 63 Quechuaji Indian 66 --- high 68 Pitch 69 Limit for Junior Colleae reiect any Informality or a in a reserves the right to i bids or waive any bid. No bidder mav . withdraw his bid tor a period of thirty (30) days after the date set for the bid opening thereof and each bidder shall be an Arizona licensed contractor. A. W. Flowers Bv: A. W. Flowers Maricooa County Junior College District Governing Board Dated: June 17. 1970 ferable and, when used to submit a bid, ,„shall be returned in the envelope provid- Ui ed by the Department for that purpose. No contractor shall be eligible to submit a bid until his certified statements cf Financial Resources, Construction Experience and Equipment, made on Published: Arizona Republic. June 18. 19. 21, 22, 23, 1970; Phoenix Gazette, i 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 1970. , forms supplied by the Arizona Hiqhway Department, have been approved. Pre- qualification shall be filed not later than fifteen days prior to the date of opening bids. The lowest qualified bidder shall be duly licensed as a contractor in the State of Arizona prior to the award of contract. A proposal guaranty in the form of either an unendorsed certified or a cashier's check made payable to the State Treasurer of Arizona for not less than five per cent of the gross amount of the bid is required to accompany the proposal, subject to forfeiture on failure of bidder to enter into contract. The right ds, as clfica- 41 tr 15 1 55 52 63 zT 38 2T IT 69 16 2T 39 4T 53 12 3T 13 ._ reserved to reiect any and all bid; provided for in the Standard Spec! lions. Minimum wage rates are shown In the Wage Determination Decision, the number of which is shown above, which has been determined In accordance with the requirements of the law and issued by the Secretary of Labor for this proiect and In the Arizona Prevailing Wage Scale, certified by the Industrial Commission of Arizona, both of which wage scales will be incorporated Into the Proposal Pamphlet and thi contract. All labor employed on this proiect shall be paid in accordance with these minimum wage rates. In case the respective rates for anv labor classification differ in Ihe wo wage scales, the higher minimum 'ate shall govern. The two wage scales referred to herein are on file In the Department and copies may be obtalnec ar ll at all reasonable times. The Arizona Highway Department, in accordance with the provisions of Title VI of the Civil flights Act of 1964(78 Stat. 252) and the Regulations of the De partmdnt of Commerce (15 C.F.R., Par A), Issued pursuant to such Act, hereby notifies all bidders that it will afflrma tively Insure that the contract enterec into pursuant to this advertisement wll be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder without discrimination on the around of race, color or national origin. F 053-1 (6) June 11, 1970. WM. N. PRICE State Highway Engineer Published: Arizona Republic: June 18 NOTICE OF CALL FC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVE BIDS that sealed proposajs wijl be received bv the Clerl ot Ihe Board of Suoervlsors for the fur nishing of the following Item for Marlco oa County: UNTIL 11:00 A.M., FRIDAY. JUNE 26 1970 for: Serial No., 70116; Item, Conversion from Tacie to Microfilm Those desiring specifications on thes bids may obtain them from the Office o the Clerk ol Ihe Board of Supervisors Room 602, Maricooa County Adminibtra lion Building. Ill South 3rd Avenue Phot-nix. A"i2(jna Bids will m: ouvne cmii redd uluuU ir. Room 606 inmiedidMvict-ftciin Hit- <ji/ijvu mcnli^iifd d'.'K-. The 'loidk-'J NOTICE TO BIDDERS Notice is hereby given thai sealed bids .III be received by the Board of Educa- ,on of Phoenix Union High School Sys- Notii will bi em, District No. 210 of Maricopa County rlzona, for the following: Construct and Install Risers In Band Room at South Mountain High School—Bid Call No. 1-770. Sealed bids are to be filed with the Division of Supply and Property, 415 East Grant Street, Phoenix, Arizona, on or before 10:00 a.m.-July 1, 1970 at whict ime they will be publicly opened am ead by the Assistant Superintendent for 3 us i ness Services or his duly authorized epresentatlve. Specifications to which this bid cal must conform are available at the Dlvl sion of Supply and Property. BOARD OF EDUCATION PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL SYSTEM DISTRICT NO. 210 OF MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA 'ublished: Arizona Republic & Phoenix >azette_June 18, J9.J20, 1970. 'NOTICE to BIDDERS ice is hereby given that sealed bid ..ill be received by the Board of Educa 'ion of Phoenix Union High School Sys em, District No. 210 of Maricopa Count Arizona, for the following: General Remodeling of Four Classrooms including installation of Operable Walls at Alhambra High School. Bid Call No. 2-770. Sealed bids are to be filed with the Division of Supply and Property, 415 East Grant Street, Phoenix, Arizona, on or before 10:30 a.m. July 1, 1970 at which time they will be publicly opened and read by the Assistant Superintendent for Business Services or his duly authorized representative. Specifications to which this bid call must conform are available at the Division of Supply and Property. BOARD OF EDUCATION PHOENIX UNION HIGH SCHOOL DISTRICT NO S $0 T o'F' MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA ..„ u _, , /$/ John V- Pels. Clerk Published: Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette June 18, 19, 20, 1970. INVITATION TO BID The Arizona State Employment Serv ice. Employment Security Commission ol Frorl E. Ahncrl Fred E. Ahnert, 70, of 10717 Camelot Circle, Sun City, died Tuesday in Maryvale Hospital. A five-month resident of Arizona, Mr. Ahnert was a retired machinist who came here from Denver. Born in Germany, he was a member of the Lutheran Church. Services will be private. Brazill-Whitney Mortuary is handling arrangements. Surviving Mr. Ahnert are his wife, Marion, of Sun City; and two daughters, Mrs. Joy Steele of Denver and Mrs. Gertrude Buchholz of Chicago. Kathryn Burr Services for Mrs. Kathryn M. Burr, 57, of 15 W. Mariposa, will be held at 10 a.m. today in Paradise Chapel, 3934 E. Indian School. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Burr died Tuesday in a local hospital. A 12-year Phoenix resident, Mrs. Burr came here from San Francisco and was a former secretary. She was a native of Collingswood, N.J., and a member of Central Methodist Church. Survivors include two brothers and a sister out of state. Frances Rush Chew Wing Lee YUMA — Chew Wing Lee, 72, owner of Lee's Market here, died Monday in Parkview Baptist Hospital. A native of Hong Kong, Mr. Lee moved here 17 years ago. Services will be at 1 p.m. tomorrow at Dixon's Yuma Mortuary. Burial will follow in the Yuma Cemetery. Survivors include brothers and sisters living in Hong Kong. T. Ei Franzen Services for T. E. "Bert" Franzen, 78, of 1212 W. Oregon Ave., a World War I veteran, will be held at 10 a.m. Friday at Lundberg Chapel of the Chimes, 5852 W. Glenn Drive. Private burial with military honors will be at Double Butte Cemetery. Mr. Franzen died Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital. Born in Ora, Sweden, he came to the Valley in 1911, and resided in Tempe, Glendale and Phoenix. He had resided in Phoenix the past 21 years. Mr. Franzen, who served in France in World War I, was a member of the Veterans ol Foreign Wars and a past commander of the Glendale American Legion. He was a member of Veterans of World War I, Sahuaro Barracks 1360. A past president of the Arizona Dairy Technology Association, he was a retired superintendent for the Webster dairy plant in Phoenix. He worked for the plant when it first opened and received a 50-year-service pin before his retirement. He was a member of the Phoenix Executives Club and the Glendale Lions Club and a charter member of Trinity Methodist Church. Surviving are his wife, Willie of Phoenix; a sister and a brother, both in Sweden. MiMred Chavanne Private services for Mrs. Mildred A. Chavanne, 79, who came to Phoenix 12 years ago from Denver, will be held today at Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Chavanne, a member of the Presbyterian Church, was born in Fordyce, Ark., and resided at 5929 E. Orange Blossom Lane. She died Tuesday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Annette Neu- gcbauer of Phoenix, and two grandchildren. Ethelda Child Mrs. Ethelda M. Child, 42, of 2818 W. Keim Drive, died Tuesday at Luke AFB Hospital. A native of Kremlin, Okla., Mrs. Child had resided in Phoenix for three years. She came here from National City, Calif. She was a member of the Fleet Reserve Auxiliary. Services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow at Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Albert Mercer Services for Albert E. Mercer, 62, a retired carpenter, will be at 3 p.m. today in Grimshaw's Bloom Chapel, 3800 S. Central. Mr. Mercer, of 20 W. St. Catherine, died Tuesday in the Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital. He was born in New Hampton, Iowa, jmd moved to Phoenix from Stewartsville, Minn., in 1962. He was a member of the Carpenters Union in Rochester, Minn. Survivors include his wife, Shirley F., and one brother and one sister out of state. Burial will be at East Resthaven Park Cemetery. Mrs. Child is survived by her husband, Carl, of Phoenix; three daughters, Mrs. Sandra Aspeitia of Glendale and Mrs. Carlyn Olarson and Susan of Phoenix; two brothers, Kenneth Richey of Flagstaff and Dale Richey of Wilmington, Calif.; and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Richey of Flagstaff. Atta S , r ' W Want Ads Sell Everything! Call 271-8711 Mrs. Frances Eleanor Rush, 56, of 503 W. Latham, George K. Poll 11.0, El Arizona .. the Yuma Yuma. Interested Office, 201 bidders Third Avenue. btain the .soltejft. _blds..fpr .the retiring leresled bidders mav obta .-.Jtlcatlons at the Yuma Office or rhe Jafe Administrative Office. 1717 W. Jeferson. Phoenix, Arizona 85007. Bids will ' ' unlll 11:00 a.m., June 26, John D. McConvllle Procurement Supervisor . .. . _..,a Reouhll 19, 20. 21. 22. 23.J970. INVITATION TO BID be accepted The Arizona State Employment Service. Employment Security Commission of uffu t'.V.,l> Mil. l-j Arizona, solicits bios tor the tllinu of rent in the 'luc'.on Arto plfice t 4iyj W roiiyrcLv. I'ut^on. Ari- died yesterday at Good Samaritan Hospital. Mrs. Rush moved to Tucson six years ago from her native state, Illinois. She moved to Phoenix three years ago. Services and burial will be in Champaign, 111. Local arrangements were handled by Whitney and Murphy Funeral Home. Survivors include her husband, C. Dale, of Phoenix; and one sister out of state. Katherine Durio Services for Mrs. Katherine C. Durio, 64, a retired lab technician for the Veterans Administration Hospital in Tucson, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. Mrs. Durio, of 758 E. Montecito, died Tuesday at St. Joseph's Hospital. She was born in Louisville, Ky., and moved here from Dallas 28 years ago. Survivors iiidudt' her hus- SCOTTSDALE — George K. Poll, 49, of 7220 E. Roosevelt, Scottsdale, a World War II veteran who owned the Hackamore Inn in Phoenix, died Tuesday in Veterans Administration Hospital. Former owner of the B-B Tavern in Phoenix, Mr. Poll came to Scottsdale 10 years ago from New York City. He had been an art director for Art Gravure Corp. in New York for 15 years. An Army-Air Force veteran, he was a member of Phoenix Chapter 1 of the Disabled American Veterans and Dug-out 337 of the National Order of Trench Rats. Richard Carlson Services for Marine Cpl. Richard T. Carlson, 20, of 5737 W. Vista, Glendale, who was killed June 9 in Da Nang, South Vietnam, will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the First United Methodist Church, 7102 N. 58th Drive. Burial with full U.S. Marine Corp. honors will be at Resthaven Park Cemetery. A native of Miami, Fla., Cpl. Carlson came to Arizona in 1953 from New Foundland. He attended Glendale elementary schools, graduated from Glendale High School and was attending Glendale Community College when he joined the Marine Corps in 1968. He had been stationed in South Vietnam for 60 days when he was killed. Cpl. Carlson was a member of the Glendale Order of DeMolay. Surviving are his parents, SM Sgt. Raymond Carlson, U.S. Air Force-retired, and Mrs. Carlson, of Glendale; a sister, CeeCee Page of Glendale; a half-brother, Raymond E. of Des Moines; and his grandfather, Richard T. Carlson of Olathe, Kans. Ida Tibbs Services for Mrs. Ida Tibbs, 75, of 1701 E. McKinley, a former employe of the old St. Joseph's Hospital on Van Buren, will be held at 10 a.m. i today in Arizona Funeral ' Home, 376 N. Third Ave. Bur- ] ial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Tibbs died Tuesday in a local hospital. Born in Oklahoma, she came to Phoenix in 1928 from Mingus, Tex. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Joyce Page of Phoenix, four grandsons and 11 great-grandchildren. Alice Gale Mrs. Alice 0. Gale, 83, died yesterday at the Little Sisters of the Poor home, 1110 N. 16th St. A native of Wheeling, W. Va., Mrs. Gale had resided in Arizona 10 years. She came to Phoenix from Mansfield, Ohio, where she took nurses' training, and was a registered practical nurse. Rosary will be said at 4:45 p.m. Friday at the Little Sisters of the Poor home. Graveside services will be at 10 a.m. Saturday in Greenwood Cemetery. Messinger Mortuary handled arrangements. Survivors include two sons, Roy of California, and Arthur of Tennessee; two daughters, Mrs. Vince Leary and Mrs. Robert Hassinger, both of Phoenix; a sister, Mrs. Iva Speck of Phoenix; eight grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Agnes Goldman Mrs. Agnes Goldman, 64, mother-in-law of Phoenix attorney Jack E. Brown and a long-time Phoenix winter visitor, died Monday in a hospital in Cedar Hurst, N.Y. Mrs. Goldman and her husband, Maurice E., a member of the board of directors of Congress Financial Corp. in New York, returned to Cedar Hurst for the summer a week ago, leaving their winter apartment at 8135 N. Central. Services were held in Cedar Hurst. Survivors include her husband; two children, Mrs. Suzanne Brown, of Phoenix, and Robert I. Golden of New York; and several grandchildren, Irrigation SAN CARLOS PROJECT 24 hrs pnded 7 a.m. June 16, 1970 Capacity, acre-feet, 1,284,000 Available storage, acre-feet, W.272 24-hr, discharge, acre-feet, , '|0 Reservoir loss/ acre-feet, 1,059 SALT RIVER PROJECT Normal Flow Period No. 11 From 12:01 A.M. June 18,1970 to 11:59 P.M. June 25, 1970 Is for the on land In cultivation In or before 1887. Short variations In rivers entitle lands In cultivation In or bo- fora the following years to a portion of full Mrlod accumulation as follows: 1878-100%, 1879-25%. ROOSEVELT LAKE Capacity, acre-feet ^I'SK! Storage, acre-feet 78 l'?l? Maximum elevation 2,136 Present elevation 2,097 APACHE LAKE .....+ Capacity, acre-feet sfi'liS Storage, acre-feet 228,252 Maximum elevation Present elevation CANYON LAKE capacity, acre-feet Storage, acre-feel Maximum elevation Present elevation SAGUARO LAKE Capacity, acre-feet Storage, acre-feet Maximum elevation Presenf elevation HORSESHOE LAKE Capacity, acre-feet Storage, acre-feel Maximum elevation , 1,90* DAV members will officiate at services at 9:30 a.m. Friday in Sunset Chapel, 301 W. Camelback. Graveside military rites will be conducted by Luke Greenway Post at Greenwood Memorial Park. Mr. Poll is survived by his wife, Maude, of Scottsdale; four sons, Richard, Charles and James, all of Scottsdale, and George C., ol' Sail licrna dim;: Olive daugtiici's Vlc.s !^<i/ Si- .vi :,l <\ ".if' I 1 :;:-', : ' Estelle Hooton Services for Estelle 0. Hooton, 65, of 9229 N. 10th St., will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Hansen Mortuary Sunnyslope Chapel, 8314 N. Seventh St. Burial will be in Memory Lawn Cemetery. Mrs. Hooton, a 25-year Phoenix resident, moved here from Detroit. She was born in Melbourne, Ark., and was a lucinb^r ul the ('linrcii of „ Capacity, acre-feet J7?-#?, Storage, acre-feet 15 3'£8» Maximum eleva'lon V98 Present elecatlon 1,78? TOTAL WATER STORED Total stored, acre-feet l,,?Z! I //• Total stored, vear ago ,736,179 Marriage Licenses' AVILIA-OREZO, Eddie, 18, 1412 S. 13lh Place; Margarita E., 14, BALL-REED, Tommy Lee, 23; Jo Ann, 18, both of Avondale. BLUNDA-REDMON, Anthony John, 22, 4205 N. 19th St.; Roxanne Redmon, 18, 4205 N. Ninth St. BRAZEL-MATTSON, Jesse V. Jr, 19, 5407 W. Vernon; Deborah J., C<MIwV?Jl St W,LL,AMS, Jo, E., 24, Surprise; Kathy J., 20, Portland, Ore. CRANDELL-CLARKSON, Horace, 76, Clay Springs; Norma Shupe, 65, DeLEON-JOSEPH, Arnold V., 26, Tempe; Susan T., 20, Mesa. DEVEREAUX-RICH, Donald V.Jr., 20, 4902 W. Avalon Drive; Phyllis . J., 20, 4325 N. 31st Ave. ELLIOTT-DENNIS, Jerry R., 27, 6219 South Second Ave.; Sandra, 20, 115 W. Harwell. FARKAS-S6MMER, Daniel R., 20, , Skokie, III.; Wendy, 19, 7012 North 12th Way. FLITTON-CURTIS, .Gordon C., 22, Salt Lake Cily; Candace M., 20, Mesa. FORD-WILLIAMS, Steven R., 19, 2043 W t Palo Verde Drive; La- Vada, V, 2043 W. Palo Verde .1 Drive. .•* FRANCIS-GOLDIE, Gary L., 23, Ft. Huachuca; Anda Lynn, 18, Scotts- FR?T%H-MILLER, Michael R., 32, ,1715 N. 20th St.; Judith I., 23, * 4044 W. Berrldge Lane. •*' GISH-THOMAS, Francis T., Ray, 36, Tempe; Teresa Lynn, 22, Scotts- dalc. HARJO-KENNEDY, Jimmy Dale, ,* 29; Shirley Sue, 21, both of Chan-.! dler. HATTON-PERDIKE, James A., 21; * Valerie E., IB, both ol Scotlsdale. HERNANDEZ-SILVA, Joseph R., 28, . 1930 W. Lawrence; Virginia, 23,. ' Avondale. • • •-'• HOLLOWAY-ELLISON, John C., 22; ... Jo Helen, 18, both of Gila Bend. HOWARD-PROSSER, James Leonard, 35, 1815 W. Tuckey Lane; Nancy Hopt, 41, 1815 W. Tuckey Lane. HOYOS-VELOZ, Carlos V., 27; Manuela L., 20, both of Tempe. JENKINS-ASSELIN, David E., 23, 2645 W. Morten; Eleanor Karen, 20, Buckeye. JONES-LOPEZ, Jay, 23; Velma, 19, both of Sunnyslope. KROSPIC-WIMER, Frank M., 20, 3146 N. 37th Drive; Linda Kathleen, 18, 1322 W. Peoria. MACKIE-BAUER, James Allen, 26, • Northridge, Calif.; Jacquelyn Lee, 22, Scottsdale. MADRID-ROMERO, Demetrio M., 29, 515 N. 18th St.; Isabel, 28, 1001 ME'DLOCK-WEDDEL, jerry, 20, 3420 W. Bloomfield Road; Lynn, 16, 3420 W. Bloomfield Road. MILLER-JENNINGS, Jim (Jimmle),- 22; Rhonda J., 21, both of Mesa. MOORHOUS-BARBEN, James A., 18, Glendale; Joan Linda, 16, 3627. McBR/AN-MAAS, Dennis B., 21, Tolleson; Pamela L., 21, Sun City. McBRIDE-SAXMAN, Fred Jr, 20, 7555 W. Weldon; Pamela Gail, 22, McE A e CHERN-EDWARDS, Larry Edward, 22, 1713 W. Sunnyslope Lane; Nancy A., 22, 1566 W. Co- McDE e viTT-SOLOMON, Paul K., 23, New Orleans; Barbara Jo, 22, PETERSEN-TRACY, Daniel Burk, 23, Gilbert; Yvonne Elyse, 22,, Provo, Utah. ROBERSON-DOREMUS, Rickey Lee, 18, Route 4, Box 422, Phoenix; Christine Johanna, 17, Route 4, ADAWlf-CREECH, Harold V., 58, 1621 W Desert Cove; Ethel, 55, 1018 E. Indianola. ASHBY-HILL, Ralph R., 20, Litchfield Park; Sandra Lee, 20, Avon- BEAL-DONNELLY, Ronald Melvin, 20, 2235 N. Richland; Jean Ann, 18, 413 W. Monte Way. BLACK-ASHER, Eugene Stewart, 21; Diane Sue, 19, both of Scottsdale BOSLEY-JOHNSTON, Donald R., 25, , Scottsdale; Valerie J., 26, 4010 E. BURK e ETT-McCLOREY. Dan W.. 61; Marlon G., 37, both of Scottsdale. BURNS-DELICH, David L, 20; Joyce Erlene, 20, both of Scotts- * dale CARRASCO-CORONADO, Frank J., 18; Rosemary G., 18, both of DAWLEY-SMITH, John P., 20, " Tempe; Linda Kay, 25, 3814 W.' DOMTNGUEZ-TESTERMAN, .Chris- , topher F., 23, 2911 E. Indian. School; Jacqueline A., 19, Prescott. DURHAM-NEWNUM, Roland G., 19, 4401 N. 49th Ave.; Maria Elizabeth, 18, 3541 W. Stella Lane. FRAUSTO-REYES, Larry, 19, 3726> < W. Holly; Carmen, 17, 4102 W. Portland. GAINTNER-JANDREY, .James L., 22, 4223 W. Cheery Lynn; Becky Lee, 19, Scottsdale. GOTHARD-ROUSH, Jack E. Jr., 21, 4112 W. Rancho Drive; Jo Anne, 19, 4112 W. Rancho Drive. HANSEN-ORVIN, Leon S., 22; Clau-' dia, 19, both of Mesa. HENDERL-ARMOUR, Joseph Francis Jr., 29, 1120 N. 28th St.; Linda Dean, 20, 1120 N. 28th St. HENRY-FININEN, Richard C., 51, 2558 E. Atlanta; Joyce Yvonne, 29, 2831 W. Weir. HENRY-CAMPBELL, Robert S., 22, Tempe; Pamela R., 18, 3441 W. Malapai. HILL-PALMER, Gary Thomas, 21, 1223 E. Echo Lane; Catherine Lou, 18, 1137 W. Royal Palm Road. HUBER-STEWART, John J., 25; Constance E., 20, both of Mesa. KELLER-CLIFFORD, Reed F., 20; Colleen Sue, 20, both of Glendale. KUCZYK-SHURES, Kenneth N., 21, Scottsdale; Diana May, 19, Tempe. LaSATER-MICHAELS, William J., 38; Geraldlne Ramona, 45, both of Alo. MALOUF-HAAS, Richard John, 22. Scottsdale; Joan Pauline, 20, 7814 N. 12th Ave. MORTIMER-RUSYNIAK, J. Peter, 23; Judy, 22. both of Tempe. MURPHY-CAMP, Robert Joseph, 19, MYERS-HECHLER. Daniel F., 26, 6110 N. Seventh St.; Ladlne C., 20, MYROW-MOORE, Gilbert Dwayne, 18, 14637 N. 36th St., Maomi Ann 17, 3731 E. Paradise Lane. NEWMAN-DAVIS, Robert L., 24, 2243 N. Alvarado; Diane, 27, Terrme. OSWALD-KITTOCK, Robert, 27, Scottsdale; Nancy Kay, 21, Tempe. OTTENHEIMER-HOWARD, John, 37; H. Meredith, M, both of Scottsdale. FIERCE-CURTIS, Edwin D., 22, 1249 E. Osborn; Brenda Joyce, 22, Scottsdale. POLLARO. THOMAS. Vincent Charles, 23, Glendale; Sara Lynn, 19, 4241 N. 34th Ave. PORTER-CRITCHLOW, Roger S., 77; Alma E., 67, both of Pittsburgh. ROBINSON-JOHNSON, Michael Dwayne, 23, Paradise Valley; Nancy Kay, 18, Sunnyslope. RODRIQUEZ-GQNZALES, Ignaclom, 25; Josephine, 26, both of Cashlon. MILLIONS OF PEOPLE PLACE WANT ADS IN THEIR

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