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to Col. REPUBLIC MAIL Obituaries 30 The Arizona Republic Friday, Sept. 17, 1971 Edward W. ex-drug stores Edward Welch Gibbons, 57, a pharmacist who had owned drug stores in the Valley, died yesterday in Doctors Hospital after a short illness. Mr.

Gibbons, 3319 W. Yucca, owned Citrus Drugs at 16th Street and Van Buren for 25 years and Eddie Gibbons Drugs at 48th Street and Van Buren about five years. He was a pharmacist in the Drug Mart at Sun City since April 1969. He was a member of Elks Lodge 335 and a life member of Northeast Optimist Club. Born in Altus, he was brought to Phoenix in 1925.

Survivors include his wife, Betty; four children, Gary Keltner and Gregory Gibbons, both of Phoenix, and Earl Gibbons and Stuart Gibbons, both of Tempe; his mother, Mrs. Alice Gibbons; a sister, Jean Good; and three brothers, J. Cecil and Clayton Gibbons, all of Tucson; another brother, Murray of El Paso, and seven grandchildren. Services will be at noon tomorrow in A. L.

Moore Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery. Alexander Valantas Services for Alexander Valantas, 78, who died Tuesday in his home, 8502 N. Seventh will be at 10 a.m.

tomorrow in Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N. 19th Ave. Private cremation will follow. Mr. Valantas, 8502 N.

Seventh was born in Lithuania and moved to Phoenix in 1948 from Chicago where he had been employed in the machine shop of the Chicago Service Line for 20 years. He was a dairy farmer in the Valley six years before retiring. He was a member of the Lithuanian-American Club and served in the Army during World War I. Survivors include a son, Robert of Houston; a daughter, Mrs. Joanne Moser of Yuma: a sister, Charlotte Sokas of Phoenix, and three grandchildren.

David Johnson Services for David G. Johnson, 59, who died Tuesday in Good Samaritan Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in Whitney Murphy Arcadia Chapel, 4800 E. Indian School, followed by rites by Elks Lodge 335. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery.

Mr. Johnson, 1008 E. Osborn, had been employed 16 years at Luke AFB as a commercial traffic manager until retiring in 1966. Later he was employed 18 months by the Arizona Highway Department. He moved to Arizona 30 years ago from his native Texas and was a member of Elks Lodge 335.

Survivors include his wife, Bernice: two daughters, Mrs. Sharon Stone of Phoenix and Mrs. Carol Ann Durazo of New York: two brothers and a sister out of state, and six grandchildren. Henry Kitterman Services for Henry Richard Ketterman 94, who came to Phoenix in 1943 and moved to Texas in April 1970, were held Sept. 4 in De Leon, Tex.

Mr. Ketterman went to De Leon to live with a daughter, Mrs. Stella Carleton. He was born in Arbana, Kan. Other survivors include his wife, Sylvia; two other daughters, Cynthia Rogers and Florence Bauer both of Phoenix; a son, Henry a stepson, Charles Pickett; 15 grandchuldren and 19 great grandchildren.

Herman Keeker TEMPE Herman J. Keeker, 71, who had farmed in the Gilbert, Tempe and Mesa areas before retiring, died Wed sd a in Mesa Southside Hospital. Mr. Keeker, 2081 E. Lemon, was a member of Calvary Baptist Church in Tempe.

Born in Saunders County, he came to Phoenix in 1954. Survivors include his wife, Elvera; a son, Wayne of Phoenix; a brother and four sisters out of state, and two grandchildren. Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden, Scottsdale.

Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery. Samuel R. Jaeger HOLBROOK Mass for Samuel Robert Jaeger, 80, who died Wednesday in Holbrook Hospital, will be at 10 a.m. today in Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church. Burial will be in Holbrook Cemetery.

Mr. Jaeger was born in Clayton, N.M., and worked for many years a traveling salesman for Curley Clothes Co. before opening his own store in Alamosa, Colo. He came to Holbrook in 1945 as manager of Schusters Department store, a position he held until his retirement in 1961. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus, a past deputy of the Knights of Clumbus in Colorado and a member of Our Lady of Guadalupe Church.

Surviving are his wife, Emma; a son, Harry A. of Las Vegas; two grandchildren and a great-grandchild. Owens Mortuary is in charge. Monty Hamilton MIAMI Services for Monty A. Hamilton, 13, who died Wednesday at St.

Joseph's Hospital, Phoenix, will! be at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Miles Mortuary Chapel, Miami. Burial will follow in Mountain View Cemetery, Mesa. He was born in Globe and was a freshman at Miami High School. Survivors include his parents, Mr.

and Mrs. Charles Roberts of Country Club Manor; one brother, Danny; his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Allmendger of Claypool and, Mr. and Mrs.

R. E. Hamilton of Texline, Texas. Dorothy J. Kearney FLAGSTAFF Services for Mrs.

Dorothy Jane Kearney, 67, who died Tuesday at Flagstaff Hospital will be at 2 p.m. today at the Federated Community Church. Burial will follow at Citizen's Cemetery. Mrs. Kearney was born in Kansas City, Kan.

She and her husband had operated the Kearney News Agency since moving here in 1941. She is survived by her husband, J. Wheeler Kearney; two sisters, Mrs. Helen Shinneck of Sun City and one out of state; and one brother out of state. Pomoceno Miranda Jr.

MESA Rosary for Pomoceno Miranda 34, who died Wednesday in a Phoenix hospital, will be at 8 p.m. toin Meldrum Mortuary, MacDonald at First St. Funeral Mass will be at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the Church of Queen of Peace, 36 W. First Street.

Burial will be in Mesa Cemetery. Mr. Miranda, 224 N. Pasadena, had suffered a long illness. Born in La Junta, he came here 16 years ago.

Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Rose Miranda of Mesa; three brothers, Jesse of Bakersfield, Joe and Felix, both of Mesa; six sisters, Mrs. Crossie Herrera of Newark, Mrs. Julia Gutierrez and Mrs. Peggy Munoz both of Tempe, Mrs.

Jody Montoya and Mrs. Esther Chairez, both of Mesa, and Mrs. Kathy Quihuis of Phoenix. Anton Patat Anton Patat, 78, whose career included being an acrobat in vaudeville from age 9 until he was 28, died Wednesday in the Glendale Nursing Home. Mr.

Patat, of 5517 N. 27th Drive, had been a railroad conductor and chef in New York City and a sheet metal worker 20 years in the Navy shipyard at Portsmouth, N.H. Born in Austria, he came to the Valley four years ago from New Hampshire. He was a World War I veteran. He was a member of American Legion Post 29 in Glendale and a 30-year member and past commander of the Legion in Newmarket, N.H.

Survivors include his wife, Mae; a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Somero of Phoenix; a son, Carroll of Greenland, N.H.; six grandchildren and three great Services will be at 11 a.m. tomorrow in Maryvale Mortuary, 6901 W. Indian School. Burial with military honors will be in Glendale Resthaven cemeters, Legal Advertising CALL FOR BIDS Sealed bids are invited for fill and compaction of Low open High excavation School.

at site of tions may be obtained from Snowflake Union High School district office, P.O. Box 100, Snowflake, 536-4693. Bids will be opened at 10:00 a.m. Monday, September 20, 1971. Published: Arizona Republic September 17.

1971. Union Investment Company will sell at public auction at 10:00 a.m. on September 28, 1971 at Wild Willie's Mobile of Homes, Highway 95, 3 miles south Bullhead City: (1) 1969 Melody Home 12 56 Mobile Home Serial No. 169-256-14537. Listed in that certain purchase money security agreement by and between Arthur W.

Shively and Wild Willie's Mobile Homes, Inc. dated February 10, 1969 and assigned to Union Investment. Company on February 12, 1969. Published: The Arizona Republic ber 16, 17 18, 1971. R.

G. Kenson, was aide to Del Webb R. G. Kenson, 70, a former administrative assistant in the Del E. Webb Corp.

and at one time safety director of the corporation, died Tuesday in his home at San Diego after a long illness. Mr. Kenson first worked for the Webb firm as chief engineer on Navy projects early in World War II, then rejoined the company in 1951. During the 1950s he assisted in negotiating some of Webb's major construction projects. Before his retirment in 1961 because of failing health, Mr.

Kenson supervised the Webb job safety program and, because of his enthusiasm for construction safety, the company, won a awards number of outstanding for accident free construction. A native of Toledo, Ohio, he had resided in Southern California since his retirement. Before that he lived in Phoenix after 1942. Survivors include his wife, Beth; three sons, Bruce, Phil and Bob, and several grandchildren. Emmett Stillwell TOLLESON Services for Emmett Stillwell, 82, who died Wednesday in a Phoenix hospital, will be at 10 a.m.

tomorrow in Cannon Funeral Home, 310 N. Litchfield Road, Goodyear. Burial will be in Holy Cross Cemetery. Mr. Stillwell, of 91st Avenue and Camelback, was a retired carpenter.

He served in the Army infantry during World War I and was a member of American Legion Post 61 in Avondale. Born in Hodgenville, he came 1 to Tolleson in 1960 from Illinois. Survivors include his wife, Clenna; two sons, Danny and Joe, both of Tolleson; two daughters, Mrs. Mary Lou Fidier of Tolleson and Mrs. Morales of Pomona, and nine grandchildren.

Louella McCullough Mrs. Louella H. MeCullough, 83, who came here in 1956 from Chillocothe, died yesterday in her home at 344 E. Cherry Lynn. Mrs.

McCullough was a member of a Rebekah Lodge in Chillicothe. She was born in Superior, Neb. Survivors include two: sons, Henry of El Cajon, and Harold of Chillicothe; two daughters, Mrs. Acil Dowell of Phoenix and Mrs. Carl Wright of Chillicothe; a sister out of state; 12 grandchildren, 14 great-grandchildren and two great-great-grandchildren.

Services and burial will be in Chillicothe, A.L. Moore Sons Mortuary announced. Ernest Ehman Gibbons, owner 54 Edward W. Gibbons Lyndall Peabody Graveside rites for Lyndall Ray Peabody, 2, will be at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow in Greenwood Cemetery, 2300 W.

Van Buren. Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today in Mortensen-Kings Funeral Center, 1020 W. Washington. Lyndall, the son of Mr.

and Mrs. Ivo Peabody, drowned Wednesday in a swimming pool at the family's home, 5701 W. Mulberry. Born in Arkansas, he was brought to Phoenix a year ago. Other survivors include three brothers, Jeffrey, Lamont and Wade, all of Phoenix; grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. T. Harold Jacobsen and Mrs. Ellen Peabody, all of Bountiful, Utah, and Richard Peabody of Arkansas. Socorro V.

Valdez DUNCAN Rosary for Mrs. Socorro V. Valdez, 40, who died yesterday. in the Morenci Hospital, will be recited at 8 p.m. today in the St.

Mary's Catholic Church, Duncan. Mass will be said at the church at 10 a.m. tomorrow with burial in the Duncan Cemetery. Mrs. Valdez was born in Achita, N.M., and came to Arizona in 1944.

Survivors include her husband. Antonio: three daughters, Mrs. Esther Montoya, Mrs. Angie Montoya and, Debbie Valdez, all of Duncan; two sons, Steven and Alex, both of Duncan; one brother, Joe Valles of Phoenix; five sisters, Mrs. Anita Renteria of Duncan, Mrs.

Camile Carrillo of Douglas, Mrs. Cruz Bejarano of Phoenix, two out of state; and, four grandchildren. Ida Lee Campbell DUNCAN Services for Mrs. Ida Lee Campbell, 86, who died Thursday at Mountain View Nursing Home, Safford, will be at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the Franklin Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Franklin.

Burial will follow in the Franklin Cemetery. Mrs. Campbell was born in Alabama and came to Arizona from Colorado in 1906. Survivors include a son, Howard of Pima; two daughters, Mrs. Ada Chesley of Globe and Mrs.

Amie Rexroat of Phoenix; two sisters, Mrs. Alaska Robbs and Mrs. Eugenia Kirby, both of Phoenix; 12 grandchildren; and, 25 greatgrandchildren. Frona J. Wollford SHOW LOW-Services for Mrs.

Frona Jean Wollford, 35, who died Wednesday in Navapache Hospital, will be at 2 p.m. tomorrow in the Show Low Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Saints. Burial will be the Show Low Cemetery. Mrs. Wollford was born in Neeker, and lived for several years in Salt Lake City and Boise, Idaho, before moving to Phoenix from Marina, in 1955.

She moved here in 1960 and was a waitress and hairdresser. Surviving are her husband, George four sons, Ernest Freitas Jr. of Phoenix, Jimmy Paul J. and Thomas D. Freitas, all of Show Low; a daughter, Mrs.

LaDonna Sharp of Show Low; her mother, Mrs. Ethel Reidhead of Show Low and her father, Floyd E. Perrine of Boise; two sisters. Mrs. Norma Kendrick and Mrs.

Goldean Berry, both of Show Low; a step-sister, Mrs. Florence Johnson of Phoenix; a halfbrother, a half-sister and a step-brother, all out of state. Owens Mortuary in Holbrook is in charge. Ernest L. Ehman, 81, a blacksmith who had worked for Sheffield Steel Corp.

and the Remington Arms Co. before retiring, died yesterday in Phoenix Veterans Administration Hospital. Mr. Ehman, 1328 N. 48th was born in Brookfield, and came to Arizona in 1962 from Kansas City.

A World War I Army Corps of Engineers veteran, he was a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 3513 in Scottsdale. Survivors include his wife, Celia: three sons, John of Ft. Worth, Fred E. of Phoenix, and Murl of Kansas City; a sister out of state, and five grandchildren. Services will be at 9:30 a.m.

tomorrow in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden, Scottsdale. Burial will be in 1 Green Acres Cemetery. Ernest Borchardt SCOTTSDALE Services for Ernest C. Borchardt, 74, manager of Borchardt Borchardt Wholesale Drugs in Chicago for 22 years, will be at 1 p.m.

tomorrow in Green Acres Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden. Burial will be in Green Acres Cemetery. Mr. Borchardt, 6743 E.

Granada, was a member of Christ Church Lutheran and a veteran of World War I. He died Sept. 6 in his native Chicago. He had moved to Scottsdale three years ago. Survivors include his wife, Sybil; a son, Robert; a daughter, Mrs.

Betty Fox; a brother, Richard; a sister, Margaret Dogherty, and five grandchildren. Legal Advertising Legal Advertising NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR FUNDING SECTION (a) OF EMERGENCY EMPLOYMENT ACT OF 1971, PUBLIC LAW 03-54 Notice is hereby given that Mr. John B. Wentz, City Manager of the City of Phoenis sub. mitted completed application on the 9th of September, 1971, for full funding under Section 9 (a) (1) of the Emergency Employment Act of 1971, Public Law 92-54 pursuant to Grant Agreement No.

EEA-04-2-0029. PROGRAM SUMMARY IS AS FOLLOWS U.S. DEPARTMENT OF LABOR Manpower Administration PROGRAM SUMMARY Emergency Employment Act of 1971 1. Type of Application: 2. Program Agent: 3.

Application Date: Full Funding City of Phoenix September 9, 1971 Type of Unit: 5. Name of Highest 5a. Title City City Official. John B. Manager Went: 5b.

Address: 251 West 56. Telephone: (602) 6. Employer I.D. No. Washington, Phoenix, 262-6941 W666000256 Arizona 85003 7.

State I.D. 04 8. Administering Liaison Official: Agency: Intergov. Peter F. Starrett ernmental Programs Office 9a.

Title: Intergovern. 96. Telephone: (602) 9c. Address: 251 West mental Programs Ad. 262-6721 or 6941 Washington, Phoenix, ministrator Arizona 85003 10.

Total Program: FY 10a. Federal Alloca- 10b. Local Share: tion: 768.790 107.730 11. Initial Funding: 11a. Federal Share: 116.

Local Share: 12. Advance Requested: $28.700 13. Program 14. Type of 15. Area 16.

No. Sub-Agent Unit Served of Jobs 17. Funds City of Phoenix: City Municipal City of Phoenix 91 615.030 of Phoenix Sch. Dist. Govt.

Alhambra School School Within City of 3.740 District District Phoenix Balsa School School Within City of 1,850 District District Phoenix Creighton School School Within City of 5,480 District District Phoenix Glendale Union High School Within City of 3.300 School District Phoenix Laveen School School Within City of 515 District District Phoenix Madison School School Within City of 3,590 District District Phoenix Maricopa Junior School Within City of 14,450 College District Phoenix Murphy School School Within City of 10,140 District District Phoenix Osborn School School Within City of 7,760 District District Phoenis Paradise Volley School Within City of 780 School District District Phoenix Phoenix School School Within City of 35.730 District District Phoenix Phoenix Union High School Within City of 32,480 School District Phoenix Roosevelt School School Within City of 19,893 District District Phoenis Tempe School School Within City of 700 District District Phoenix Tempe High School School Within City of 300 District Phoenix Washington School School Within City of 4,752 District District Phoenix Wilson School School Within City of 2 8.300 District District Phoenix 18. TOTAL: 130 766.790 19. Period Covered by Program Summary: Sept, 1, 1971-Aug. 31, 1972 190. Planned Average Monthly Employment: Jan.

124. Feb. 122. Mar. 120.

Apr. --120. May -119. Jun. 116.

Jul. --114. Aug. -101. Sep.

7. Oct. 57. Nov. -111.

Dec. 123. 20. Budget Estimate Summary: Cost Category Total Local Share Federal Share Participant Wages 636,515 638.515 Participant Benefits 79.545 79.545 Training 17.550 17,550 Employment Services 13,500 13,500 Administration 127,410 107.730 19,680 TOTAL 876.520 107.730 763.790 The application, including occupational titles may be reviewed at the Office of the City Clerk, Municipal Building, 251 West Washington, Phoenix, Arizona. Individuals wishing to comment on the application must advise the City of Phoenix or the Regional Manpower of their intention to comment within three days of the publication of this noAdministrator tice.

A period fifteen days is provided in which to submit comments. Comments should be submitted to: Mr. John B. Went: Dr. Edward Aguirre City Manager Regional Manpower Administrator 251 West Washington OR U.S.

Department of Labor Phoenix, Arizona 85003 Room 10064 -Federal Building 450 Golden Gate Avenue San Francisco, California 94102 Published: Arizona Republic and Phoenix Gazette September 17, 1971. Sensational Offer! SINGLE VISION OUR $14.90 GLASSES SINGLE VISION INCLUDE: CONTACT GLASSES SINGLE VISION LENSES CLEAR LENSES Your Choice of 16 Colors YOUR CHOICE OF AT NO EXTRA COST! AS LOW AS FRAME FROM A LARGE SELECTION ONLY $6990 OF MODERN FRAME FOR ONLY 2 0 MESA VISION CONTACT LENSES $1490 BANKAMERICARD, STYLES AND COLORS PLUS CARRYING CASE An Additional Pair of MASTER CHARGE, AND OPTICAL MORE! CREDIT AVAILABLE The spare pair can be yours, or a friend's, or a member of your family all you do SATISFACTION is purchase both pairs at the the colors can be different, DO NOT have to be the same, same time. The prescriptions GUARANTEED MESA the extra pair choose. can be for OFFICES you ARIZONA THROUGHOUT Optical TOTAL DOWNTOWN BETHANY HOME $8990 4 PHOENIX. OFFICES 1 W.

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