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epublic BULLDOG =. PWiiift, Wed,, Nov. 5, 1969 Obituaries Marvin E. Porter dies iDwight D. Bellows, 61 Rudolph Chevrolet manager f Dwight D. Bellows, 61, fleet manager the past 16 years at Rudolph Chevrolet, died yes- •«rday in John C. Lincoln Hospital. ' l Mr. Bellows, 1223 W. Betha- fiy Home, was a past president of the Chevrolet Hall of Honor, a 26-year member of tiie Chevrolet Legion of Lead- prs Hohor Society and won ihe 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, Iowa. , Services will be at 9 a.m. tomorrow in C r i m s h a w 's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Beth- a'ny Home. Entombment will be in Greenwood Mausoleum. ^Survivors Include his wife, Helen; a son, Richard of Eugene, Ore.; two sisters and four brothers out. of state; and four grandchildren. The family suggests contributions to the American Cancer Society. • 'JPops' Foster, played with jazz greats FRANCISCO (UPI) As Dixieland music rever, berated in the Sacred Heart Church, 200mourners, paid final respects yesterday to George "Pops" Foster, a graduate of New-Orleans jazz who became its first big- bass player. A six - pjece, all - white band played five ..rousing numbers in a musical farewell to the black jazzman, who died Thursday at 77. ,; Services around the corner from where Foster lived were Attended by blacks and whites, friends ' and f ans j young and old. The moilrners included Dr. • S. I; Hayakawa, president of San Francisco State College, a jazz lover and a fan of Foster's. £BuriaJ was . at Holy Cross Cemetery. ^Born in McCall, La., Foster began "playing the • bass in' J&bryville, a red light district p|vNew Orleans^ .inr 1908: Dur- ijig a career of six decades, he played with jazz greats Louis Armstrong, Kid Dry, Earl Hines, Sidney Bechet and Fata Marable's riverboat bands. . Dwight D. Bellows Lorenzo Aviles, star fullback GLENDALE — Lorenzo Aviles, 21, an outstanding fullback . 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 homecoming festivities in his honor in 1966. He was graduated from the school in 1968, Born in Phoenix, he lived in Glendale all his life. : 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 par- rents; 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 Saturday in his home here,, will be at '10:30 a.m. today in the Miles Mortuary. Burial , will be in the Elks, /plot at Final Cemetery. Mr. Ostendorf, .a resident of •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. Crossword puzzle ~ ACROSS : 47 Singing groups i In Yesterday's Puzzle.So'lve'd: 1 Nonsense t5. Wall "sVcovering IP'Promontory •W Garment 15 : Relative of Emmy . & Tony 16' One of •the Kings 17 All over the place If Real V estate .'man's interest 2Q-.Put in new shells 21 Wastes time 23 -•- - France: 2 words 26 Letter 27 Dispraised 30 Painter's • accessory 34 particle 35 Actors 37 River of '" England 38 However 39 ..-Columbia 41 Fastener 42 Piece of •fverse 43" Language '>.of old 44 Real estate .^broker's 50 Instrument: Informal 51 In want 52 Makes unhappy 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 4 Reasoo for Victoria Cross or Congressional Medal 5 Cosmetic 6 Tree 7 Dessert 8 Ointment 9 Foot operated devices 10 Summoned HJai 12 Piece of glass 13 Football , n 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 53 nlf kname' 54 Beautiful girl: Slang 55 Disagreement 57 Isaac's son ' 58 Dickens character 59 JoJrney 62 Resident: Suffix 63 Draw SANDERS — Marvin Edward Porter, 67, a member of the Apache County Board of Supervisors, died yesterday in Holbrook Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday in the Valley Baptist Church here. Burial will be in McCarrell Memorial Cemetery, Chambers. Mr. Porter, born in Snowflake, was a lifelong resident of Arizona. He was a member of the Sanders Lions Club and was employed as'petrole- um products distributor for Standard Oil Co. of California 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 Arizonza. He was an Army veteran of World War .11. 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 brothers, Norman, Phoenix, and Francis, Sacaton. Cole and Maud Mortuary, Casa Grande, handled arrangements. Edna Cox COOLIDGE — Memorial services for Mrs. Edna Cox, 83, who died Sunday of injuries received in an auto accident in California, were held yesterday in Pacific Beach, Calif. Mrs. Cox, a resident of Valley Farms, died in Valley Medical Center where she had been since the accident Aug. 30. She was born in Winfield, Kan., and had lived in Valley Farms for 24 years. She had been director and musician for the choirs at the Methodist Church for many years. She was a rock hound. Survivors include her husband, M. Stanley; .two,, sons, Louis of La Jolla, Calif., and Millard in Vientaine, Laos; one daughter, Mrs. Elinore Mallisee of Kansas; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Willielmina Quinlan Beth Quinlan HAYDEN" — Services for Mrs. Wilhelmina Ho 1 d e n Quinlan, 36, and her daughter, Beth Ann Quinlan, 13, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Meldrum Mortuary, 52 N. Macdonald, Mesa. Burial will be in Mesa Cemetery. Mrs. Quinlan and her daughter were killed in an auto accident Sunday 8 miles north of Tucson. Born in Vu> den, N.M., she lived all her life in Hay den, where she was a member of the Church ,of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. ' Survivors of Mrs. Quinlan include her husband, Eugene J.; a son, Dennis E.; three daughters, Marilyn, Barbara and Carol Quinlan; two brothers, Dr. Wayne M. Holden, of Flagstaff, and Dean Holden of Taylor; two sisters, Mrs. Lorene Cluff and Mrs. Joyce Dimbatt, both of Tucson; three brothers and a sister out of state. Miss Quinlan was born in Tucson and lived all her life in Hayden, where she was a student and a member of the LDS Church. The family prefers contributions to the LDS Primary Children's Hospital in Salt Lake City. Miriam Conner SUN CITY - Memorial services for Mrs. Miriam A. Conner, 75, who died Monday in MediCenters of America in Plioenix, 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 Drjve. She was a past president of the Sun City Womens Club/a member of the American Legion Auxiliary of Youngtown-Sun City, the Ceramic, Mosaic and Sewing clubs here. She was a past officer of several organizations in Reading. Survivors include her husband, Jesse; two daughters, Mrs. Barbara Wlldermuth and Mrs. Polly ftassow, both of West Reading; a brother out of state; and three grandchildren. in the Sanders area since 1947. He was a director of the Continental Divide Electric Co-operative for 10 years and was employed by the Navajo Tribe as manager of its livestock project for five years. He was serving on the Boari of Supervisors, representing District 3, at the time of his death. Survivors include his wife, Lavine M.; two daughters, Mrs. Alice Coate, Gallup, N.M., and Mrs. Grace Cazier, Monterey Park, Calif.; a sister out of state and three grandchildren. Memorials may be made to the Heart Fund, Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at the Alcorn Mortuary in Holbrook. R.R. Miller owner of grocery NO'STANDOUTS'.. LONDON (AP) - A man suspected of crime in Britain must not "stand out" on teing 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. 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, Anne; two sons, Fred B. of Coolidge,. Raymond J. of Phoenix; a brother, 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. Douglas Burrage Sr. WILLIAMS -, Services for Douglas H. Burrage, 76, who died Monday in a Winslow rest home, will be at 3 p.m., today in the Southern Baptist Church, Burial will be in Williams Cemetery. Mr. Burrage, a resident of Williams for 33 years, entered the rest home two years ago. He was a carpenter before his retirement. Survivors include six sons, Douglas Jr., Los Angeles; Charles E., Fullerton, Calif.; Cecil H., Prescott; Geether L. Kingman; and 0. L. and James C-i both of Winslow; three daughters, Mrs. Larry White,. Show Low; Mrs. Howard Sullivant, Williams; and Mrs. Danny Schnell, Scottsdale; 36 grandchildren and 15 great - grandchildren. Gibbs-Williams Funeral Home handled arrangements. Beatrice Toll Services for Mrs. Beatrice Toll, 90, who died yesterday in Beverly 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- Kings Funeral Center, 1020 W. Washington. Burial will be in 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 Bads of Fontana, Calif,, and Irma L. Toll of Phoenix; a step • daughter, Mrs. Bernice MilJer of Akron, Ohio; a sister put of state; five grandchildren, four step - grandchildren; four great - grandchildren SIM? three great >- great ? grandchildren. Legal Advertising ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS sPEC.nCAT.ONS DETERMINATION DECISION NOT APPLIC TIME FOR C 100 WORKI £ AYS Kri 287 Bdry.) 95022 MfeSlepost 13) 288 ^ARKER-TOPOCK 'Reservation J88 95052 Sealed bids will be received until 11:00 «.M! Naval Observatory Time bv Western Onion, on_.the .above date, and then publicly openea and read at the office of fhe Arizona Sate Hlohway Commission 206 South 17th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona. ^uo.aouin mn w||( ^.j.^,,,^ affer $ he .^"wort^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 prolect order of opening and reading proposals will be determined at the time of opening and there w M be a pause between project openings to allow ^.bidder the ty to submit a written request to with- draw'his unopened bid. The location of the proposed work I* In Yuma Coumv on State Routes,95 and 72. Prolect S2M-50S begins approximately 0.7 if a mile south of the lunctlon of Route .'5 and 72 and extends northerly toward Parker for a distance of 0.7 of a mile. Prolect S 265-905 begins at the lunction of Route 95. and 72 and extends northwesterly toward Parker of a distance of 2.9 miles. Prolect S 245-906 begins at the lunctlon of Routes 95 and 72 and extends southeasterly on Route 72 toward Hope for a distance of approximately S.O miles. Prolect S 405-904 be- Bins 4 miles north of Parker on Route 95 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 petroleum resin seal and Includes construction of a 17 span continuous cast-ln-place reinforced concrete slab bridge, and other Incidental work. PRINCIPAL ITEMS AND APPROXIMATE QUANTITIES 35,000 Cu.Yd. Roadway Excavation l<t.670 Ton Asphaltlc Concrete.,.. 6,500 Cu.Yd. Borrow 1 L.Sum Structural Concrete. 4,600 Ton Select Material (Class A) 6,100* ton Aggregate Base 1 L.Sum Structural Concrete. , . „ . , J.046 Ton Asphalt (Class D) (1,155 '1,450 TON Bituminous Road Mix 1 L.Sum Reinforcing Steel. 1,1*5 L.Ff. Metal Handrail (391,000 Lbs.). 525 L.Ft. rallbank, Protection Plans, specifications, and Proposal Pamphlets may be obtained from. the Division of Contracts and Specifications, Arizona Highway Department/ 206 South "7th Avenue, Phoenix, Arizona 85007. The .ota! cost of plans and specifications for this prolect, exclusive of Standard Specifications and Standard Plans. Is shown above and Is payable by check drawn to the Arizona Hlphway Department. No refund will be allowed for plans and specifications returned to the Department, proposal Pamphlets are not transferable and, when used to submit a bid, shall be returned In the envelope provided by 'he Department, for that purpose. No contractor shall be eligible to submit a bid until duly licensed as a contractor In the State of Arizona, and until his certified statements <>f Financial Resources, Construction Experience , • and Equipment, made on forms supplied by Ihe 'Arizona Highway Department, have been approved. Prequallflcatlon shall be filed not later than fifteen days prior to the date of opening bids. ., A proposal guaranty In the form of ther an unendorsed certified or a cashier's check made payable, to the State Treasurer-of Arizona for not-less than five percent 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 provided for In the Standard Specifications. / All labor employed on this prolect shall be paid In accordance with the Arizona Prevailing Wage Scale shown in the contract. A list showing the Wage Scale Is on file In the Department and copies may be obtained at all reasonable times. S 264-50/S 245-905, S 265-906, & S 405-904 October 31, 1969 State Highway Engineer Published: Arizona Republic, November 5, 12, 1969. received by the Room 921/ Mu- .(ngto.n Municipal Build In ??E Nl SWfe T Biat,™ifflNb PORT. : The base bid Is to Include Hangar and Shelters c & D only (building I cated as "A on the site plan will instructed as described. Tn The' hangar In the base bid will bt equipped with canopy type .'doors ,a» de- icrlbed in the Specif cations and the sid- ng and roofing will be painted as specl- led but the structural steel of the thres tructures (B, C & D) will be prime PlansV and specifications veined and/or he City EnoJ >ui)dlnp. A CwfftfiBu.w, M''""-i.- or bid bond for not less than flve^ . tercent of the proposal, made paysblft t. taClty of Phoenix, shall fee submitted vlth each bid J as a guarantee that the ildder, If awarded the contract, will enter nto contract by. executing the_d »nd furnishing the required Tx>i may examined and/or purchased at the.pftrce ot Engineer, Room 700, Mu A certified. or casfilers and furnishing the required c :ouncll of the City of Phoen herloht to refuse any or al or bids, Bids shall be marked ."documents , , nds. The _,_... _. 'hoenlx reserves . to refuse any or all proposal) . Bids shall be marked: of , Contractor Prolect No. The general prevailing rate of,per dler .ages, as determined by and on file wit he Industrial Commission, shall be pal or each'craft or' •«, perfdrm ih. ' of jrkman need* By u,, t u .Public ublhhed: The Arizona >er 4. S. 6, 7, 8 & 9, 1 Acting C ty Manager Fred Glendenl Glend rks Di blic, N enlng, rector ovenv rnoemx, Arizona, on "A ruiure al Land Use Plan - Northern Para- Valley, Arizona," and on amend- to the Zoning Ordinance and mops NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING by he Marlcopa County Planning and Zoning Commission at 10:00 a.m. on The 20th lav of November, 1949, In the Board of 'uprvisors Auditorium, 205 west. Jefferon, Phoenix, Arizona, on '.'A Future General Land Use Plai Use Val " ' or the unincorporated" a'rea"df "Marlcopa bounty. Z 110-69 Jphn D. Kuhn, and others The clA NW'/4, and the NWVi, SW'/i and he SW'/4, NE'/4, Sec. 28, T4N, R3E, G8.SRB&M, containing Parcels 1 through i as shown on the. zoning,case map for ; 110-69 drawn by jne Marlcopa County 3 lannlna and Zoning Department at H J e ^n* ?°°Iu dat ?/ W.Q'SSr 22, 1969, and on file in the office of the Marlcopa Bounty Plannmg end Zoning Department, Room. 300, 111 South Third Avenue, Phoenix/Arizona. . Parcels 1 and,2: Request, to permit mobile home park ai a Special Use In an lL'?., 2o . n . ll )?-,W s ' r !St jiyrsuant to Article {XIV, M.C.Z.O. (i96.3+-acresl Parcel 3: From Rl-8 to R-5 {24.5+,' "pljcel 4: From Rl-B tp C-2 (19.2+• MARICQPA COUNTY PLANNIN AND ZONING -- * Donald W. Hulton ubilshed: Arizona Republic November «£ ° Republic and Oaxette Phone 271-8000 Phoenix Newspapers, Inc. 120 E. van Buran St. Phoenix, Arizona Mall Adtiresi: P.O. Box 1*50 Repujjllc,(Morning) 45c a week Gazette (Evenlngi 4|c a week Repybne J (Morn. fc Syn.) TOc a week The jSundB.v RepuWc is Available to i at 25e a wo«k. U.S. Mall Subscription Prices Arizona, .California CIRCULATION SERVICE 271-8381 OR 271-8356 Properly or Advertising-Copy. Branch Offices and Representatives Service—Phone A AlO 387-7845 Apache Junction Avondale 271-8302 Blsbee 432-5154 Buckeye 271-8302,. Casa Grande 836-572:) Clifton 364-42.U Coolldsrft 723-382? Cottonwood 634-5701 Flagstaff ,774-7472 Chandler •..._,. 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AVILES, Lorenzo, 6549 N. 53rd Dr. Survived^ by father, Aparicio vlles, Glendale; Mother, Mary Avi Zunlga, Glendale; brothers Alex, Phx.; Ernie, Glendale; sisters, Mrs. Sylvia Melendez. & Mrs. Mary . Glendale; sisters, Mrs. -.....- .....endez & Mrs. Mary Helm, both of Glendale. Rosary 8 p.m. today, Lundbers Chape) of The Chimes. Mass 10 a.m. Thursday, Our Lady L of. Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Interment Rest^haven Park. BECKETT, Halllce H. Graveside services conducted by Rev. Ron Mitchell 3:00 p.m. today at Glendale Memorial Park. A. L. Moore _&!Sons, BELCOWS, Dwight D. (D.D) 1223 W. Bethany Home Rd., passed away Nov. 4, 1969. Survived by wife Helen of Phoenix, son, Richard E., •'Eugene. Ore., sisters, Mary Belle Shepherd and Carol Jean Ryan, ..Pasadena, Calif., brothers, Lowell, Glenn and Delmar, Spencer, Iowa and Bill of Detroit, M|ch., -also 4 grandchildren. Services 9 a.m. Thursday, Grlmshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Hpme'.Rd., wltl '•' Entomb'i -..,. ... Leonar T d : 'MHier"offlclatlh(J. Entombment Greenwood Mausoleum. In lieu of material remembrances donations may be made to the American Cancer Society. Friends may call 5 to 9 _ P.m. 'today-. _ . BEROEY, Annie Qunther. Arrange- ranBement* pending Messlnser -Mortuary, Seotfsdale. BISHOP, Edward E. Reaulem Mass 9 a.m. today at the Church of St. Agnes, 1954 N. 24th St. Intermenf Francis. Arrangements by r Mortuary.. .. _ _ _ _ BRANNOCK, Charles S. Servl?es~~11 a.m. today. Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. Moose Lodge No. 708 - assisting. Interment Green ny reunrrj, tarnenne w. services 10 a.m, Thurs. at First Baptist Chur- chof Ypunqtown. Interment Sunland, (.undtaerg's Golden Door .Chapel. ' BROWN/ Clifford E. Arransements pending. Hansen Mortuary. BUCHgR atlng rr. C« haven. Carr Mortuary. B Y!TjV_ Myrtle...?. ^.A.rnjnBpementS! " 'J 2 ^ ' SeryJ lj''M«'rncfy'Crt«p'el,'Ar iT.'Mi .Sons. Infermenf;^emory Lawn, CARLSE core •awn. Graveside serv- ARLSEN, Carre,- Graveside services 16 a.m. today. Green Acres Memorial Gardens.' Arrangements by Gr«M Aere* Mortify,* Scotts- dagqhfer, JBcqyelene C. Vargas. n-in-law Julio R, Vargas, Scout- Gloria ReKl, Sioux c Mrs. Eva O'Neill,; S Calif. Mrs. Scottsdale. to. l .grand Scottsgale. ; i * . . on-in-law Julio R, Vargas, Scout- ale. 5. grand • - daughters, Mrs. araarlte Lanq, BiloxC Miss,. Mrs. loria ReKl, Sioux city; • low.a, O'Neill,; Sacrgnv Ann Rose H IBI Plla, Spcrai \itfK, Mlrlanirx fryJ? jento, ;Mr»'"i9pJ(la"," Sa'c'ramen' 'so.n, Mr. t 'R9 V 1 VafBa.s, irsday B ren. J Rps, esjiing »r ; *. M«riu«fy Chape cottsdale. M«s FrldaY.i ' ' n ».fn. a.m, l'. He B." n* Jur LaoV 'of Percetyal. H«B. y In* erment. St., Frertcjs. FrJands WW ,9\\ 9t rnprtpary Btter f ».fn. fo- ^il? 1 L.WH .undbirg's' Opltlen lifovyn. 4—Funeral Services conduct- CUMMIls. Wlilani B. Services 11 a.m., today. Paradise chapel Funeral .Home. Jntermen* Greenwood. Ralph L. Sage, Director. FREDERICK, Llllle w. Services w II he conducted by Rev. Charles L. Strubel, 10 a.m. today, Chapel tn the Garden, Mereer Mortuary. In- termert Greenwood. FUNDERBURK, Frances E. Memorial services 3 p.m. Thursday, Community , United Methodist Church, 104 W. Western, Avondale. Interment in Mercer, Wnn. Local arrangements , bv Grlmshaw's Bethany chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd, , GAY, Florence M. 2347 E. South Mountain Ave., Services 2 p.m. Thursday, Camelback Sunset Chapel. Rev. Roy K. Malde officiating. Intermenf East Resthaven Pa ark, 'ear ng. lnt< :. Visl nesday. 'isltation 4 fo 8 p.m. weanesgay. ^ HALL, Robert James._«rrangements pending. Lundberg Chapel of The .1 » j I r," l_ fc _._ i .. ,,D«Ukt,, £«»t. ' VlllllljSg* t HALL, Roberta Lee, "-su, • _-=• j- Ices 3 P.m. today, Grlmshaw's Bethany dhapei, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd. • -. - nome no. HANKS, Annie L. services ed by Dr. C. Vauphan R p.m. Thursday in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore & lock 2:30 ,«i«iMw. / Chapel* «. u. muvic « sons, interment Double A Butte. Friends may call Kl"ICtA"RT~John A. Requiem nign Mass 9 a.m. today St. Gregory's, entombment Holy Cross, Northwest Mortuary. • • , JETETJrjess, Arrangements pending Paradise Chapel Funeral 1 " _Raip_h_L^saoe. Director. Clara, services 1..p.rn. 10- day, 'Green Acfet Mortuary/ Scoftsdale. Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens. OiMB~Ralph H. Survived by wife, Catherine; 3 sons, Ralph Leroy, Newport, Ore., James Leon, Boca Rafon, Fla. and John L., Mesa; 6 arandchlldren; mother, .Mrs. James Lamb. Macon, Mp.j brother, Lee Damb, Macon, Mo. Services 2 p.m. Thursday, .Chaoe' of the Roses, Larry J. Meleher Mortuary; Dr. Hayden .Sears, officiating. Interment Mt. View Memorial Gardens. Friends may call this afternoon and evening. LaMOTTEr" A.G; "Ace" .Services conducted by Rev. Samuel J. Lindamood, Jr. 10:00 a.m. today In Memory Chapel, A.L. Moore & Sons. Cremation. A memorial to Phoenix Day Nursery.Is preferred.. MARTI N,~ Henry, "Mortensen-Klnss Funeral Center. ; . Met ANN A, Bertha A. Services 8. interment Littleton, Colo. M.L. Gibbons Mortuaries, Garden Chapel, 33 N. Sijrrjne, Mes.a. r McLARNEY, James. Arrangements pendinp, Green Acres Mortuary/ M| C CLor"Mellssa Adrlenne. Syrviveo by parents, Mr. & Mrs. Manuel Mello and sister, Mrs. Marilyn Freeqard, at of Phoenix. Grand- mofher, Mrs. Esperanza Peterson, Brownsville, Tex. and grandfather Manuel De Mellp, Fallmouth, Mass. Rosary 7:30 p.m. today, Green Acres Mortuary, Scottsdale. Mass of the Angels 10 a.m. Thursday, St. Stephen's Church, 8100 N. Uth St. Interment Green Acres Memorial Gardens. Visitation 2 to 4 and 7Jo 9 p.m. today. MILLER, Raymond Richard. Services today 10 a.m. at the Tolleson Christian Church, entombment service will follow^ at Memory Lawn Maausoleum Chapel. In Lieu of material remembrances fam ly requests contributions to Memorial Fund of TollejonJIhrJstlanjChurch^ MOHRDIECK, Martin III. Services conducted by Dr. Lyle C. Burns 11:30 a.m. today In, Memory Chapel. A.L. Moore & Son. Inter- m.e_nt_ Greenwood. _ MULLIGAN, Aones E. Wife of Hush -J. Passed away Nov. 3rd. She will be taken to Cranston, Rhode Island for services & burial. Whit- _ney & Murphy. NADER, Thelma. 6918 W. Pierson. Wife of James. Arrangements " pendJng._Whitney_& Murpjiy. OLE A, EncaVnacion B. Recitation of the rosary 8 p.m. tonight, 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 Thurs- _day_nopn. POWELL, Stella, Services 1 p.m. Thursday, Grlmshaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd., with the Rev. Crawford Vanderpool officiating. Interment Greenwood Memorial Park. Friends may call '4 to 9 p.m. _today_. : — " • Mortensen-Kings Juan. Funeral Center. QUINLAN, Beth Ann. Services 10 a.m. Thursday, at Meldruni 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 QU?NLAN, 'Wilhelmina H. Services 10 a.m. Thursday .at Meldrum Mortuary Chapel, 52- North Macdonald St.. Mesa, where friends may call from 4 to 8 p.m. today. Interment Mesa Cemetery. In lieu of material remembrances, please remember the Primary Children's _Ho5Dltal L Salt Lake CltV. , REID, Jo Ann. Arrangements pending, Messfnger •• Mortuary, Scoftsdale: __ ... •' _J ; _ SANTEYAN, Ruben E. 115 W. . . mont. Graveside services 9 a.m. Thursday In St. Francis Cemetery. Friends may call after. 12 noon today In Whitney & Murphy Chap. 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. 4 orandchildren also survive. Serv- |M» 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's Church. Morltensen-Kings Funeral Center. _ ''• - _ ______ SWANSON, Martha Vinle. Services 2 p.m.. today, Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Interment Green Acres. Ralph L. Sane, Director. . TAYLOR, Margaret S. Survived by sons, Ralph ,U., Phoenix and Hubert E., Akron, Ohio. Also 6 arandchlldren. Services 1 p.m. Thursday, Chapel In the Garden, Mercer ' Mortuary. Interment Greenwood. Friends may call after 3 p.m. today, _ _ TOLL, Beatrice. Beloved mother of Mrs. Alma Eads, Miss Irma Toll, stepmother of Mrs, Bennlce Miller, sister of Mrs. Althea Davis. Five arandchlldren, 4 step - grandchll- Iren,. 4 great - • grandchildren, 3 ireat - great • grandchildren, d; grea neral center from Ip.m, Thurs at > Wi KE WALKER, Olive I., 2101 E. Maryand. Arrangements oend \r\a Grlm- shaw's Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Rd.; 'James H. ^Service's, con- by Rev., Robert .White ,10 wrsday In Chapel lOf.Me- Moore and.Sons. ana alPh WILSON, James ducted by a.rrij Thuri Interment Greenwood.' WROBrEWSKI. Jphn. Services Interment Chicago,: I. Par* Chanel and Funeral Home. Ralpl L. Sage, Director. • •_ ;..YOUNG, Isabel S. Survived by husband, Benjamin; sons, Benjamin »• ri Douglass; 4 grandchildren. Friends may call 6 to 9 o.m. this even ns. private cremation. .Paradise Chapel Funeral Home. Ralph • L, Sage. Director: Hirecfors MERCER MORTUARY, THOMAS RD. AT 16TH ST.., Phone 246-4473 Private Parking A. L MOORE & SONS FOURTH AVENUE AT ADAMS 252-3411 " WEBBER & SONS MORTUARY,, 1641 B. Jefferson 254-8734 JO—Florists DONOFRIO FLORAL CO. finest Flowers Since 1X». 85f«76|. Lost amese, wh te. male cat. Gray .an _EASg talp us find ."Bpl)6". jraylsh male Sheepdoo. 12" "-•Cost viein.ltx. 15th Avenue-r 1 ^« Glandala. 6.RAY ai« Whites IX. V c nKv o_f .NprtheVn. and 5th. Stre«t,:_Red « of orthern and 5th Street. collar. Children's pet. 943-7?77. 25-Lo$t PART Collie, psrf Husky. Long babyflne hair. Little black behind ears and .on tall. Tan/white .male. 944ii438_af?er s p.m. FEMACE, part wlrenalr, fawn ..ami white, vicinity 1 7th, Sf-lndtan. school, Sunday a.m. October 26. Reward. 279-7133 after 6 p.m. ~~ _ BURMEs~E~fem?ie cat, solid cnoco- late brown, a Sept. »tl), vic Hummingbird Lane, Paradise Val- , rown, amber eyes. cini Lost since Road and . Sept. »tl), vicinity Cheney Hummingbird Lane, ley. Reward. 948-6662. __ GER '/IAN .Shepherd, black female, ASU game, intrinsic and sentimental vajue. Reward. 966-6134. .. ATJSTSAUAN Sheffiera; white, GERMAN Shepfierd male, vicinity of 26th Street-Sweetwater Road. Lost Halloween night. 944-7432. WHITE Toy Poodle, 9 years. Reward, «50._253-80B5. ' = FEMALE German shorthalr pointer. Maryvale. Reward. 272-9869. GRAY and white kitty". Vicinity, of Northern and 5th Street. Red collar. Children's pet. 943-7777. LARGE male cat. Half Persian, orange eyes, fur, "Puffer". 35th Avenue-cactus. 942-2182. BEAGLE, brown slid" white. Name, Molly. License number 6. Vicinity ftf Scottsdale. Reward. 947-0868. FEMATTE Siamese cat, 7 months old, vicinity 24th Street, Indian School Road, Saturday, November 1. Reward. 279-2005 evenings,. POODLE. Standard white male. 245-0639._ ___ _ BOSTONTerrler. femaleT?573ts5. FOUND female Labrador mix, on 19th Ave. 8, Osborn, black With white chest, blaze and tips, brown collar. Taken to 14th Ave. Humane r, male, fawn. 955-6tt4. ' SIAMESE, spayed, ^ark coaT, friendly. Paradise Valley area. 948-6662, after 12. _ .. ^ — social Notices 40?K Flavors Ice Cream Special MEXICAN SUNDAES 19c 8. 31c ntral 8< Cmlbk - Sctsdl 8< McDow h St. & CmlDk • 5th Ave. & Sct „ cDowel Sctsdt 33 — auctions— » AUCTION CITY SALE SUNDAY 9 A.M. WARE'S AUCTION Auction Thurs. 7 -.m. _.„.. 407 S. OLD SCOTTSDALE RD. AAA AUCTION NO AUCTION .•: n^' bWl, ^g*R4& through Thursday 8:30 'til 6, Friday 8:30 until 10 p.m. „„,.,, 5102 N. 27th Ave. . 277-3812 ACTION TODAY 4001 NORTH 7TH ST 9 A.M. AND 7 P.M. JOHN BRUNK & SONS, INC AUCTIONEERS lAN'S A-l AUCTION 294Wo> HAYDEN C. VAN CLEVE. AUCt. DESERT AUCTION 49 S. ROBSON, MESA Big Auction Thurs Nov. <th 6:30. P.m. A sale definitely not to miss. We are loaded with some of the finest furniture to be sold at auction. From model, homes we have: bdrm. sets, box springs, matts., ave o niture, such as RCA TV, port TV'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, 8. all others to this sale. You definitely will set bargains here. 49 S. Robson, Mesa. Sale Thurs Nov. 6th 6:30 p.m. Phoenix Homes , For Sale Clans* IN tftrouffi 171 100—Phx, Homes All Areas 4 BR& FAMILY RM ,, 1% baths,.— In good NW area. IV4 uailia — ill »WWM t» •¥ wi v*j« Walking, distance to grade school. Near Thomas Rd. & 49th Avr Convenient location 8. lust $16,000. dlt^lll IWUI iwn wt I wji *ri» CLEVENGER REALTY NW Corner Central & Thomas 279-5505 . 31DRM - FAMILY RM - FIREPL WILL SELL FHA-VA $14,300 Big 18x19 family 'rm. W-W carpets IOUU SM, Tli INC rilA. K»wa. »-™rw**»*. Joe McGarry Realtors 279-2386 NEED 4 BEDROOMS? ,;• •'Ihen see this N.E. refrlg \ home with see. fam room, 2 CDV. patios. Dbl carport & spacious fenced yard. Shopping 8. schools near by. Only Dot°r%PLE& ASSOCIATES" 4821 N: Central 264-7181 4 BR-$25,800 Nestled, In the finest, N.W. area and looking for a large fam ly. There Is over 2100 sq. ft. of LR- In -this comfortable home which Includes a 20'x24' paneled family rm w/slump blk fireplace. Formal dining area for entertaining. Besides all thls-thls owner Is an- CREST REALTY & INV. 1QQ.W. Camelback .'264-0876 NEED MORE ROOM?? ^'v 1 •<• You can't gp wrong on this , large 4 bdrm, family rm .home '- lysfv reduced . for;, quick- sale. Owner w I leave refrigerator- freezer, washer; lawnn,ower and ..... other yard too/sowing .set & the home has bulfMn R70 4- oar- baoe disposal. There's a cpvd patio, dbl carport & the yard. is much over average size. Priced much over In early 20's. is CHARM PERSONIFIED illt red':brtek re- NOBLE & LEE 274-3696 SHW N. 1?TH AVE, REALTOR WALK TO MADISON MEADOWS!; BEAUTIFUL EST ' Offers, Immediate occupancy - lovely mature landscapln - shake shingle roof - fence rear yard - entertaining size patio • 3 large bdrs. 3 oaths. - . hwpe .;. f ami |v rm, w-flreplace & parquet floors -.banquet size dlnfns cm a|.e|ectrlc kitchen alfel Real 279-1671 CARU'S RtTY"252-7J5l" BvW 27S-41W A

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