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Arizona Daily Sun (Newspaper) - March 19, 1960, Flagstaff, Arizona THE SUN MaKstaff, Swturciay, ID, 1UUU NEW MT. ELDEN I'.T.A. OFFICERS were elec- ted at the regular meeting Thursday March 17 at Eldcii School. Pictured congratulating tiic newly elected officers from left, arc Sturgeon Cromer, superintendent of Flagstaff Public Schools; Sirs. Jack Jacobsen, outgoing presi- dent; Mrs. Rohcrt Collins, secretary; and Carlos Tjiznnl, treasurer. Xot pictured is 3Irs. Johnny Williams, vice president elect. Truck Parked Near Scene Suspect to be Quizzed In Murders of 3 Women OTTAWA, 111 (AP) Police planned today to question a (ruck Fraternity Makes Plans For Dance Phi Kappa Theta, Catholic men's social fro tern Hy nt Arizo- na Slate College, has made ten- tative plans for their second an- nual Night Clubing dance, to climax Greek Week activities April 2. According to Mike Guariglia, Mount Vernon, New York, pres- ident of the fraternity, music .will be provided for the affair by an outstanding musician to be nam- ed at a future date. Committee heads for the event include Tom Chavez, St. Johns, dance committee; Joe Guay, FJag- slaff, refreshments; Martin Cha- con, Tacna, publicity; David Na- ya, Flagstaff, and Jack. Mays, Window "decorations; Dati Wilson, 9430 Sierra Bonila, Phoe- nix, lighting. Reverend Father William Alli- serves chaplain for the %ralernily. I FIREPLUGS ARE BALTIMORE CAP) It hap- pened on a dinynlown street cor- ner. A workman with the proper wrench turned on a fireplug, took out his false teeth, wasliud them in the gushing water, replaced ihcm in his mouth, turned off the fireplug and walked away. drivnr in the slaying of! three so- cialites whose holiday from house- work ended in a canyon at Starved Rock State Park. State Police Supt. William Mor- ris said ha wanted, to question the driver because a truck similar to his was reported seen by three persons Monday afternoon in a parking lot across the road from a trail leading into St. Louis Can- yon. It was in a shallow cave in the canyon that the bodies of the three signs of having been found Wednesday. A soarrli for them began after their husbands became alarmed. Morris said the truck driver's vehicle contained twine like that used to bind the wrists of two of the victims. The twine found in the truck was flown to the State Police laboratory in Springfield for comparison with the twine tied around the women's wrists. Twine found in the kitchen of the park lodge was also sent to the prime lab. Morris said the truck driver in- sisted his truck was not in- the park Monday but hart been there Saturday when 'he had taken his children for a hike' into the can- yon. The who disappeared Monday shortly after checking into the lodge. wives of Chi- cago business executives and lived in Riverside, ;t Chicago suburb. They were Frances Murphy, 47, whose husband Robert is vice j president und general counsel for i Borg-Wnnipr Corp.; Williun Get- ting. 50. wife of George, an Illi- nois Bell Telephone Co., execu- tive, and Mildred Lindquist, 50, whose husband Robert is a vice president of the.Harris Trust Savings Bank, Chicago. 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SI Individual 80 Youths To Receive IDS Awards More than 80 boys will receive awards tonight at a 6 o'clock din- ner to be held in the Churcli of Jesus Christ ol' Latter Day Saints when an Aaronio Priesthood and annual banquet meeting will be held in the new Stake house. Representatives will attend from Chino Valley, the throe Flag- staff Wards, Verde Valley, Wins- low, Prescott, Grand Canyon, Wil- liaiiis, and Bagdad. Individual awards will go to David Palmer and Keith Bunker of the Chino branch; James LanR- slon, Thomas Palmer, Bryce Mc- Euen, Moivin Palmer, and Robert Palmer of the Flagstaff Ward and Von Hatch of the Flagstaff second ward; Carl Tenney, Rob- ert Moody, Carl Johnson, Ivan Johnson, Delwin Moody, Paul Clifton. David Montgomery, Fronz Allen and Richard Davis of (lie Prescott Ward; Eric Tabling, Rickey Patterson, and Delray Hammons of the Verde Ward; and Fredrick Hunt of Ihe Winslow Ward. The meeting will oprn with in- vocation by Verd A. Hanks, priests advisor of the Slake Aar- onic Priesthood committee. After dinner n quarlet from Ihe College ward will be presented by Harold Goodman. MeK'in Petersen, Jim Smith, and Mark Latham. Burton R. Smith of Winslow will address the group and Rickey Brimhall ot (lie Winslow Ward will a solo. President Frank J. Randall will present the individual one hundred per cent awards and John S. Mer- win, Sr., chairman, Stake Aaronic Priesthood committee will present the other awards. Erick Tablin of the Verde Val- ley Ward will speak followed by a chorus from the Prescott Ward and President Carl A. Hatch, second counselor of the Southwest Indian Mission will give (lie con- cluding address. Benediction will he by John S. JYIerwin, Jr., deacons advisor of Ihe Slake Aaronic Priesthood com- mittee. LEGAL NOTICES IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR IBB COUNTV OF COCONINO In the Matter of the Estate of EDWIN M. LIGHTNER Deceased. No. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. NOTICE is hereby given that PAT M. TRADEWELL of Imper- ial Beach, County ot San Diego, State of California, has filed in this Court his petition praying that LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION on the estate of said decedent be granted to him, and that the same will be heard on Tuesday the 22nd day of March, I960 at o'clock p.m. of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in Flagstaff, County of Coomino, State of Ari- zona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified, then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. DATED this 3rd day of March, I960. Mary P. Lewis Clerk. (SEAL) Pub: Mar. 5, 12, 19, 1960. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTV OF iJOOONINO In the Matter of the Estate of ERNEST 0. BUHLER, Deceased- No. 4078 NOTICF, OP HEARING PETITION FOR PROBATE OF FOREIGN WILL NOTICE is hereby given that MILDRED B. BUHLER has filed in this Court certain documents purporting to be authenticated copies of the Last Will and Testa- ment of ERNEST 0. deceased, Petition for Probate of Will, Order Admitting Will to Pro- bate and Letters Testamentary, Issued by Order of the Probate Court within and for the County of Bernalillo, State of New Mexico, together with her Petition praying that said documents be admitted to Probate in this Court as the Last Will and Testament of said ERNEST 0. BUHLER, who, said Petitioner alleges, is deceased, and that Letters Testamentary is- sue thereon to Petitioner, MIL- DRED B. BUHLER, and that the same will be heard on Tuesday, the 29th day of March, 1960, at 10 o'clock in the forenoon of said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in the Court House, in the City of Flagstaff, County of Coco- nino, State of Arizona, and all per-, sons interested in said TEstate'are notified then and there to appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said Petitioner should not be granted. DATED: March 8, 1960. MARY P. LEWIS Clerk By Esther L. Butler Deputy Clerk (SEAL) Pub: Mar. 12, 19, 26, LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF COCONINO COUNTY, STATE OF ARIZONA No. 4070 NOTICE TO CREDITORS Estate of CLAUDE C. CHESH- IRE, also known as C. C. CHESH- IRE, deceased. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned Executor of the es- tate of CLAUDE C. CHESHIRE, also known as C. C. CHESHIRE, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, witli the necessary vouch- ers, within four months after the first publication of this notice to the said Executor at 123 North Leroux Street, Flagstaff, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Co- conino. THE VALLEY NATIONAL BANK OF PHOENIX By. Douglas J. Wall, Ass't Trust Officer Executor of the Eslale of CLAUDE C. CHESHIRE, deceased. Dated this 1st day of March, 19UC. Pub. Mar. 5, 12, 19, 26, I960 FLAGSTAFF PUBLISHING CO. Fl.igstnff, Arizona Plan Cline Publisher and Editor Arizona Daily Sun by carrier, per month; 519.80 if paid In advance for a year. By mail in Coconino, Nnvnjo and Yavnpai cou'itics, 51.75 per month, for six months, S12.75 per ycnr; cuticle those counties, by mail, per month, for six months, S19.GO per year. Coconino Sun, weekly, per ycnr, by mail only. The Coconino Sun was founded in 1882, and is published each Saturday. The- Daily Sun, founded in 19'1C, Is published daily cxecpl Sundays and holidays, Entered as second class matter nt tiio post office nt Flagstaff, Arizona under the act of March 3, 1870. Any erroneous rcfloclion upon the standing, character, or reputation of any person, firm or corporation, which may ap- pear In the columns .of The Sun will he gladly corrected upon 111 being brought to the attention of the management, LEGAL NOTICES IN' THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA, IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF COCONINO No. NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of VIRGINIA ROMERO, Deceased. Estate of VIRGINIA ROMERO, deceased, Notice is hereby giv- en by the undersigned ADMINIS- TRATRIX of the- ESTATE of VIRGINIA ROMERO, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said de- ceased, to exhibit, them, with the necessary vouchers, within four months after Ihe first publica- tion of this nolice to the said ADMINISTRATRIX nt P. 0. BOX 119, FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA the same being the place for the transaction of Ihe business- of said estate, in said County of Coconino. Simona Espino Administratrix of Estate of Virginia Romero, deceased. Dated this Kith day ot March, A.D., 1960. Publish: March 19, 20, April 2, 9, 19CO. IN THE SUPERIOR 'COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOP. THE COUNTY OF COCONINO I In the Hatter of the Estate of TROY PARKER, Deceased. No. 401o NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION FOR LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION. NOTICE is hereby given tha! WILMA T1PTON has filed in this Court her petition praying that Letters of Administration on the Estate of said decedent bo granted NEIL V. CHRISTENSEN, and that the same will be heard on Tuesday, the 29 day of March, 1960. at o'clock, A. M. ot said day, at the Court Room of said Court, in Flagstaff, County of Coconuio, Slate of Arizona, and all persons interested in said estate are notified, then and there to appear and show cause, it any they have, why the prayer of said petitioner should not be granted. DATED this 8th day of March, I960. MARY P. LEWIS Clerk (SEAL) Pub. 12, 19, and 2Gth of Mar. 1960. IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN' AND FOR THE OF COCONINO In the Matter of the Estate of 1 WILLIAM R. MAGOFFIN, Deceased. No. 4058 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned executrix ot the last will and testament of WILLIAM R. MAGOFFIN, deceas- ed, to the creditors of and all per- sons having claims against said deceased, to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within four months after first publication ot this notice, to said executrix at the law office ot Ormc and Orme, 408 Arizona Savings Building, Phoenix, Arizona, the same being the place for the transaction ot the business of said estate In the said State of Arizona. Dated March 1, JACQUELINE C. MAGOFFIN Executrix of the Last Will Testament of WILLIAM R. MAGOFFIN, deceased. Pub; Mar. 5, 26, 1960, ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Coconino County, Arizona, will receive seal- ed bids for furnishing ail labor, material, transportation and ser- vices required for construction of a County Jail Building and Alter- ations to the Existing Jail Build- ing, located on the Court House grounds, Flagstaff, Arizona, for Coconino County, Arizona. Each bid for the project shall be in accordance with drawings and specifications' prepared by Leschcr and Mahoney, Architects and Engineers, Ltd. Plans and specifications are on file in the Office ot the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors in the Court House at Flagstaff, Arizona. The specifications and drawings may be examined and a copy thereof obtained by prospective bidders upon the above work at the Office of Lescher and Mahon- ey, Architects and Engineers, Ltd., 1100 Title and Trust Building, Phoenix, Arizona, upon deposit of 525.00 for a set of drawings and specifications, which deposit will be refunded upon return ot the drawings and specifications in good condition. Bidders are hereby notified that minimum wage .rates for each craft or workman or mechanic needed to. execute the contract, which may be awarded the suc- cessful bidder, have been obtained and are herewith incorporated by reference and made a part here- of. Rates shall be the mandatory minimum rate of wages paid by the Contractor and" any subcon- tractor under him to all laborers, workmen and mechanics employ- ed by them in the execution of the contract. Copies of these wage rates may be inspected at the Of- fice of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Coconino County, Arizona, or at the Office of the j Architect. Each bid shall be made out on la form to be obtained at the Of- fice of Lescher and Mahoney, shall be accompanied by a certified or Cashier's check for a bid bond for 5Co of Ihe amount of the proposal, made payable to the order of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Coconino County, Arizona, to be returned to the unsuccessful bidders and to the successful bid- ders upon the execution of a satis- factory surety company bond and contract. Each bid shall be sealed I and filed with the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of Coconino County, Flagstaff, Arizona, at the Office of (lie Clerk on or before April 4, 1960 at A.M. Bids "will be opened and publicly read aloud immediately after the hour of closing at the above mentioned office. The certified or Cashier's check or bid bond submilted with each proposal shall be given as a guar- antee that the bidder will enter into a contract if awarded to him and shall be declared forfeited as liquidated damages if the success- ful bidder refuses to enter into said contract after being request- ed so to do by the Board of Su- pervisors. The Board of Supervisors re- serves the right to reject any or all bids or waive any informality in a bid. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (20) days after the date set for the opening thereof. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF COCONINO COUNTY, ARIZONA By Jane Burns Clerk Pub: March 5, 12, 19 and 26, 1960. ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF DANNY'S LOUNGE, ISC. KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That we, the undersigned, have voluntarily associated ourselves together for the purpose of form- ing a corporation under the laws ot the State of Arizona, and for that purpose do hereby adopt ar- ticles of incorporation as follows: ARTICLE I (1) The names, residences and post-office addresses of the in- corporators arc: Daniel J. Reisman, Page, Arizo- na, General Delivery, Page, Arizona Ethel L. Reisman, Page, Arizona, General Delivery, Page, Ari- zona. (2) Tie name of this corpora- tion shall be DANNY'S LOUNGE, INC. (S) The corportllon's office LEGAL NOTICES i LEGAL NOTICE principal place of business shall he in Page, Coconino County, Ar- izona. Branch offices may lie established and business of file corporation may IK transacted at nny oilier place or places either within or without the State ot Arizona that the Board of Direc- tors may designate. AKTICLii II The general nature of the busi- ness to be transacted by the cor- poration is as follows: The distribution, storing, ware- housing, selling of and dealing in whiskey, brandy, wines and other spirituous and vinous liquors, and the distribution, storing and sale of beer, ale, porter and other mall liquors and extracts, and all businesses incidental thereto; to purchase, acquire, rent, lease, own, hold, control and improve; io sell and otherwise dispose of property of every kind, whether real or pei'sonal and whereso- ever situated; receive, bold, en- joy and transfer franchises, ease- ments and incorporeal heredita- ments; -acquire, hold, sell, trans- fer, pledge and otherwise dispose of shares of stock, trust receipts, and evidences of indebtedness is- sued or created by this or any oilier corporation, and while such holder, to exercise all the rights of ownership thereof, including the right to vote stock of any other corporation, and in general to do any or all of the things herein set forth and such other things as are incidental or con- ducive to the attainment of the above objects to the same extent as natural persons might or could do insofar as the same are not inconsistent with the laws of the United States and the State of Arizona, as the board of directors may deem to the advantage ol the corporation. The foregoing clauses shall be construed both as objects and powers, and it is hereby express- ly provided that the foregoing enumeration of specific powers shall not be held to limit or re- strict in any manner the powers this corporation, and are in furtherance of and in addition to, and not any limitation of, the gen- eral powers conferred by the laws of the State of Arizona.' ARTICLE It! The amount of the capitn! stock of the corporation shall be ten thousand shares of the par value of Ten (510.00) Dollars per share. The capital stock shall be issued as provided by the board of directors, and shall be fully, paid and non assessable the time of its issuance. It may be issued in exchange for money, property, services or rights of any nature whatever, and the judgment of the board of direc- tors as to the value of such prop- erly, services and rights shall be conclusive. In the event of any increase of the capital stock of the corporation, the shares of the increased stock shall be of- fered in the first instance to the stockholders of the corporation at the time sucli increase be- comes effective, in proportion to the number of shares of the' capi- ta) slock of the corporation then held by them or at all, and such stockholders shall have a prior or pre-emptive right to subscribe for such increased stock of the corporation for such price or prices, in such manner, and on such terms and conditions as the board of directors of the corpora- tion may fix as a condition to the issuance of sucli stock. AHTICLE IV The corporation shall com- mence when these articles are filed for record in the office of the Corporation Commission of the State of Arizona, and a cer- tified copy thereof recorded in the office of the County recorder of Coconino County, State of Ari- zona, and a certificate of incor- poration issued to the corporation by said Corporation Commission, and the corporation shall termi- nate twenty-five ('25} years there- after, with the privilege of re- newal as provided by law. ARTICLE V (II The affairs of the corpora- tion shall be conducted by a board of directors consisting of not less than two (2) nor more than seven (7) directors, and by such offi- cers as Ihe board of directors may elect or appoint. The fol- lowing named persons shall con- stitute the board of directors un- til their successors are elected and have' qualified: Daniel J. Reisman Ethel L. Reisman Thereafter, the board of directors shall be elected from among (he stockholders at the annual stock- holders' meeting to be held on the 15th day of March in each year, if not a legal holiday, and if ft legal holiday then on the next succeeding day not a legal holiday. (2) The names of the officers to have charge of the corporate affairs until otherwise provided by the board of directors shall be: President and Secretary-Treasur- er, which officers shall be elect- ed by the board of directors. One person may hold the offices of secretary and treasurer. (3) The board of directors shall ndopt by-laws for the corporation, and said by-laws may be amend- ed or repealed us provided there- in. The board of directors shall have the power to sell, convey, mortgage, lease and otherwise dispose of all the property of the corporation, either for cash or in exchange for other property, on such terms and conditions as they may deem proper; provid- ed thnt (he Imartl of directors shall not have Hie power to mort- gage. KsslgBi transfer, con- vey or otherwise dispose of the whole or substantially the whole of the properly, assets, effects, franchises and good will of the corporation, except with the con- sent in writing or pursuant to the vote of the holders of seventy per cent of the capital stock of the corporation issued and outstanding. (5) Any vacancies in the board of directors, including vacancies created by increase in the num- ber of directors, shall be filled as provided in the by-laws. ARTICLE VI The highest amount of indebt- edness or liability, direct or con- tingent, to which the corporation is at any time to subject itself, shall be the sum of Sixty-six Thousand Six Hundred Sixty-six Dollars, provided that such limitation shall not apply to indebtedness hereafter authoi iz- eri by a vote of the holders of of all the capital stock of file corporation issued and outstanding at a lawfully held meeting of the stockholders of and approved by the Corjni- iiiion Commission of the Stale of Ar.iona. ARTICLE VD The stockholders and their pri- vate property shall be exempt from all liability for corporate debts. ARTICLE VHI Richard G. Kleindienst, having been a bona fide resident of the State of Arizona for the last three years, is hereby appointed and made the lawful agent for and on behalf of this corporation in and for the State of Arizona, to accept and acknowledge service of, and upon whom may be serv- ed, all necessary procees or pro- cesses in any action, suit or pro- ceeding that may be had or brought against the said corpor- ation in any of the courts of said State of Arizona; such service oi process or notice of the accep- tance thereof by him endorsed thereon, to have the same force and effect as if served upon the president and secretary of the company. This appointment may be revoked at any time by HI- ins the appointment of another agent. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we have hereunto set our hands and seals this 26th day of February, 1960. Daniel J. Reisman Daniel J. Reisman Ethel L. Reisman Ethel L. Reisman STATE OF ARIZONA SS: COUNTY OF MARICOPA On this the 2Gth day of Feb- ruary, 1960, before me, the un- dersigned officer, personally ap- peared Daniel J. Reisman and Ethel L. Reisinan, known to me to be the persons whose names aic subscribed to the foregoing articles of incorporation, as corporators, and acknowledged that they executed the same for the purposes therein contained. In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and offi- cial sestl. Elizabeth E. Bell Notary Public My commission expires: (SEAL) Pub. Mar. 5, 12, 19, 2G, Apr. 2 n, 10GO ,.s awarded uuu HM., suh- contraetor under him, to pay not lesg.than the said specified rales to all workmen, mid mechanics employed by thorn in the execution of the contract. Notice is hereby given that any bidder may submit with his bid, a sworn statement of his financial responsibility, technical ability and experience. Such sworn state- ment may be required to be furn- ished before award is made to any particular bidder. Each bid shall be made out on a form to be obtained at the j office of tlie Cily Engineer, shall I be accompanied by a hid bond 'for lOCi of the amount of the hid, made payable, to the order of the City of Flagstaff, Arizona, shall be sealed and filed at the Cily Clerk's Office on or before the P.M. April 4, 1960, and will be opened and publicly read aloud at or about April 4. 1960 of thai day in Ihe Chambers of Ihe Flagstaff City Council. The above mentioned bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into Ihe contract if awarded fo him and will declared forfeited if the success- ful bidder refuses to enter int'j said contract after being request- ed to do so by the Superintendent of Streets. The City Council of the City of Flagstaff reserves the right Id reject any or all bids or waive any informality in n bid. No bidder may withdraw hi? j bid for a period of thirty (30' days after the date set for the opening thereof. The Contractor shall commence work under this contract on a date to be specified in a written Notice to Proceed from the Super- intendent ot Streets as tjie date j of commencement, which dale shall fully complete all work un- der tile contract within 120 con- secutive calendar days from and including such date. The costs and expense of said improvement are payable out of assessments against the property situated in the district described in said Resolution of Intention Ntv. 551. Improvement Bonds, issued under the provisions of Sections 9-671 to 9-710, inclusive, of Ari- zona Revised Statutes, In the name of the City of Flagstaff, but: payable only out of the special fund collected by the City of Flagstaff from the assessments levied and assessed against the property included within said as- sessment be issued to represent the costs and ex- pense of said improvement. Said bonds will extend over a period of approximately ten (10) years from their date and will hear in- terest at the rate of five (5) per- cent per annurii. The Mayor and Council ot the City of Flagstaff reserves the right to reject any and all pro- posals or bids if it may deem if as best for the public good, and reserves the right to reject the bid of any persons who have been delinquent or unfaithful to any contract with the City of Flag- staff. Date: March 15. 1960 Flagstaff. Arizona -s- L. D. Hueppelsheusr.r L. D. Hueppeisheuser Superintendent of Streets Published: 19 March, I960 SANITARY SEWER MI'KOVEMEXT DISTRICT PROJECT NO. NOTICE KVTHtiG PROPOSALS OF BIDS In Accordance with Resolu- tion of Intention No. 551 for the Sanitary- Sewer Im- provement on Certain Streets in Certain Portions of MT. ELDEN ADDITION and MOUNT ELDEN PARK and that Certain Portion of a Block as shown on Re- corded Plat (not part of this subdivision, bounded by Pine and Juniper Avenues and Beaver Street) and for the City of Flagstaff: NOTICE IS HEREBY THAT PURSUANT 'to Sections 9- 671 to 9-710, inclusive, of Arizona Revised Statutes, the Mayor and. Common Council of the City of' Flagstaff, Coconino County, State of Arizona, has adopted Resolu- tion No. 554 ordering a Sanitary Sewer Improvement of certain portions of Beaver Street, Valley j Drive, Marion Drive, Meadow j Lark Drive, Lomalai Lane, Forest j Avenue, Oak Avenue, Cedar Ave- j nue, Juniper Avenue, Pine Ave- nue, Spruce Avenue and Fir Ave- nue, described in Resolution of Intention No. 551 passed by the City Council of the City of Flag- staff, on the 9th day of February, 1960 and on making said improve- ments according to the plans and therefor as describ- ed in Resolution of Intention No. 551 will be received at the office of the City Clerk in the City Hall of Flagstaff up to P.M. April 4, 3960. Plans and Specifications for the proposed work may be seen at the office of the City Engineer nt Flagstaff, or copies may be se- cured by making a down payment of Five Dollars (55.00) for each copy of the plans specifica- tions. Refund of this deposit will be made on return of the specifi- cations and plans in good order within 10 days after bid opening. Bidders are hereby notified thnt pursuant to the Statutes of the State of Arizona, the Mayor and Council of the City of Flagstaff, has ascertained the prevailing rates of waives, which can be found appended to the Specifica- tions and consists ot prevailing rates up to the date of issuance of thin notice. It shall be mnndntory upon the contractor to whom the contract OPEN SUNDAY FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE THRIFTWAY SUPER MARKETS 9 a.m. 7 p.m. Downtown 211 N'. Leroux- Plne Grovs 1920 4Ui St. KIMBALL'S Mt. Elden Pharmacy am-1! pm-8 pm 3400 E. Santa Ire YOUNG'S MARKET 8 a.m. 8 p.m. K. Santa Fe CORRAL TRAILER SUPPLY STORE Butane Fuel Oil 1731 E. Santa Fe Square Deal Auto Service 220 So. PR 4-7431 EVERYBODY'S MARKET 21 ,'i S. 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