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STREET EDITION STATE EDITION Monday, December 19, 1988 The Arizona Republic 1 B7 PHOENIX COUNCIL AGENDA Eugenia Holbert, 118; daughter of former slave Funeral plans were incomplete Sunday for Eugenia Alice Holbert, the 118-year-old daughter of a former slave, who died Friday at the Flagstaff home of a granddaughter. Mrs. Holbert moved to Flagstaff in 1965. She was born on her father's Grand Cane, farm in 1870, while Ulysses Grant was president of the United States. She was one of 38 children of Morris Abraham, who had been a slave in South Carolina.

He moved to Louisiana after being freed and Obituaries published by The Arizona Republic in its news columns are provided free of charge as a public service. Parties desiring specifically worded obituaries place them through their mortuaries in the paid classified advertising section. ARMIJO, Deciderio CASELTON, Charles Richard DE WITT, Alma Pauline EHRLICH, Emerich Jr. EMHOFF, Kenneth E. ENGLISH, Murial Irene Carew GOODMAN, Minnette HARMAN, Clifford O.

HARVEY. Elizabeth A. HAYS, Alice Josephine KRAWCZEL, Milda Regina KUHN, Loren William MEELHUYSEN, Linda MOTZ, Myrtle H. MULAC, William OLSON, Nancy Newcomb PHILBECK, Edward 'Pat' PICKLEY, Thomas James REILLY, Cletus S. ROANE, Frances S.

STERNS, Debra Sue URREA, Robyn Lynn WEIS, Darrell P. WISHART, William H. WOOD, Ruth E. Deciderio Armijo, 67, of Holbrook, a retired General Electric machinist and former security guard, died Dec. 15, 1988.

He was a native of Winslow and was a World War Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Veneranda; four daughters; one sister; three brothers; 13 grandchildren; and seven greatgrandchildren. Mass: 10 a.m. Monday, Our Lady of Guadalupe Catholic Church: Owens Mortuary. Charles Richard Caselton, 73, of Phoenix, a retired ballroom dancing instructor, died Dec.

15, 1988. He was born in England, and was a World War II British Navy veteran. Survivors include his son, Peter and one sister. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W.

Bethany Home Road. Services will be private. Alma Pauline De Witt, 83, of Phoenix, a homemaker, died Dec. 16, 1988. She was born in Salem, Mo.

Survivors include her sons, William A. and Eldon one sister; five grandchildren; and one child. Visitation: 4 to 8 p.m. fire Monday, Shadow Mountain Mortuary, 2350 E. Greenway Road.

Services: 11 a.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Emerich Ehrlich 72, of Scottsdale, a retired salesman, died Dec. 17, 1988. He was born in Chicago.

Survivors include a son, Lawrence. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Messinger Mortuary, 7601 E. Indian School Road, Scottsdale. Graveside services: 11 a.m.

Wednesday, Paradise Memorial Gardens, 9300 E. Shea Scottsdale. Kenneth E. Emhoff, 73, of Phoenix, a postal worker, died Dec. 15, 1988.

He was born in Coloma, and was a World War I1 Army veteran. Survivors include his wife, Virginia; two daughters; one son; two sisters; one brother; three grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Visitation: 4 to 8 p.m. Monday, Green Mortuary, 401 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale.

Services will be private. Contributions: American Rehabili- cleared land for a farm. Mrs. Holbert went to work as a child in her father's cotton field and had no formal education. She taught herself to read at age 112 using a children's book of Bible stories.

She took care of many of her grandchildren and great grandchildren until she was in her 90s. She is survived by 112 great-great grandchildren. Her next-door neighbor, Ray Flemons, recalled that even as Mrs. Murial Irene Carew English, 73, Phoenix, a retired social worker, died Dec. 15, 1988.

Survivors include her husband, one daughter; three sons; and one grandchild. Services will be private. A.L. Moore Sons. Minnette Goodman, 83; of Phoenix, a homemaker, died Dec.

16, 1988. She was born in Philadelphia. Survivors include her brothers, David Schwartz and Meaux Zaret. Graveside services: 10 a.m. Monday, Beth El Cemetery, 2300 W.

Van Buren St. Contributions: Hospice of the Valley, 240 W. Osborn Road, Phoenix 85013. Sinai Mortuary of Arizona. Clifford O.

Harman, 71, of Phoenix, a farm laborer, died Dec. 17, 1988, in Glendale. He was born in Missouri. Survivors include his wife, Grace; four daughters; sons; two sisters; grandchildren; and 15 great grandchildren. Services will be in St.

Joseph, Mo. A.L. Moore Sons North Phoenix Chapel. Elizabeth A. Harvey, 82, of Phoenix, a retired postal worker, died Dec.

16, 1988. She was born in Ohio. Survivors include her daughters, Sally Bredy, Betty Ybarra, Nancy Gard and Trudy Khan; a son, Dale; 15 grandchildren; and 15 great-grandchildren. Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Greer Chapel, 5921 W.

Thomas Road. Services: 1 p.m Tuesday, Bethel Methodist Church, 546 E. Osborn Road. Contributions: the church. Alice Josephine Hays, 78, of Phoenix, a retired teacher, died Dec.

17, 1988. She was a native of Globe. Survivors include a niece, Janet Hayden; and a nephew, Ford Knowles. Rosary: 3 p.m. Tuesday, Northwest Mortuary, 4033 N.

19th with visitation from 2 to 4 p.m. Mass: 9:30 a.m. Wednesday, St. Gregory's Catholic Church, 3424 N. 18th Ave.

Contributions: St. Matthew's Catholic Church or the Adopt-aStudent program at St. Gregory's. Milda Regina Krawczel, 81, of Phoenix, a retired teacher, Dec. 17, 1988.

She was born in Brandonville, Pa. Survivors include her son, John and one grandchild. Memorial services: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, A.L. Memory Lawn Mortuary, 719 N.

27th Ave. Loren William Kuhn, 73, of Yuma, a retired Salt River Project employee, died Dec. 18, 1988. He was born in South Haven, and was a World War II Army veteran. Survivors include wife, Dorothy; and one brother.

Services: 1 p.m. Wednesday, A.L. Moore Sons Memory Lawn Mortuary, 719 N. 27th Ave. Linda Meelhuysen, 35, of Scottsdale, a Dillard Department Store saleswoman, died Dec.

17, 1988, in Phoenix. She was born in Connecticut. Survivors include her husband, Victor; her mother; two brothers; and her grandparents. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Monday, Whitney Murphy Arcadia Funeral Home, 4800 E.

Indian School Road, with visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. Mass: 10 a.m. Tuesday, St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 2312 E. Campbell Ave.

Myrtle H. Motz, 96, of Austin, Texas, a former Sun City resident, a homemaker, died Dec. 17, 1988. She was born in Guthrie Center, Iowa. Survivors include her daughter, Mary Louis Dickinson; three grandchildren; and four greatgrandchildren.

Services: 11 a.m. Monday, Holbert was nearing 100 years old, "She was always out cleaning the yard or tending the garden in back of the house." Flemons' brother married Mrs. Holbert's daughter. Mrs. Holbert was active in in the Flagstaff's First Baptist Church, whose members visited her every Sunday in recent years.

With her visitors, she almost always sang her favorite hymn, Amazing Grace. In 1985, Mrs. Holbert told an interviewer she was unsure exactly when in 1870 she was born. She thought it was late summer, however, and always celebrated her birthday on Sept. 1.

Her only son, Clennon Singleton, born in 1900, died in 1969. Two daughters survive, Alice Flemons of Flagstaff and Lurlin Harris of Los Angeles. A spokesman at Flagstaff Mortuary said Sunday the funeral arrangements await the arrival of relatives. Sid Solomon III; established St. Louis Blues hockey team United Press international TAMPA, Fla.

Sid Solomon III, who, with his father, established a National Hockey League team in St. Louis, died of cancer Sunday in Tampa, a family friend said. He was 51. Mr. Solomon was executive vice president of the St.

Louis Blues. His father, Sid Solomon who died five years ago, had been the club's president and chairman. The Solomons paid $2 million for the St. Louis expansion franchise, which officially was granted April 6, 1966, and which played its first game Oct. 11, 1967.

The family later suffered financial difficulties and sold the franchise to Ralston Purina in 1977. The family friend, lawyer Jim William Mulac, 70, of Mesa, a retired tool and dye maker, died Dec. 17, 1988. He was born in St. Louis.

Survivors include his wife, LaDonna Jean. Services pending. Contributions: Eternal Life Lutheran Church or Help. Services, Inc. Chapel of Prayer Funeral Home.

Nancy 1 Newcomb Olson, 64, of Phoenix, a teacher in the Roosevelt School District, died Dec. 16, 1988. She was a native of Tucson. Survivors include her husband, Earl; one daughter; and one grandchild. Memorial services: 2 p.m.

Tuesday, Christ Church of the Ascension, 4015 E. Lincoln Drive. Contributions: Leukemia Society of America, 1700 N. Seventh Suite 1, Phoenix 85006. Whitney Murphy Arcadia Funeral Home.

Edward "Pat" Philbeck, 62, of Phoenix, a courier, died Dec. 17, 1988. He was born in Greer, Ky. Survivors include his wife, Margaret "Marge;" two sons; one sister; two brothers; and four grandchildren. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m.

Wednesday, A.L. Moore Sons Memory Lawn Mortuary Chapel, 719 N. 27th Ave. Services: 10 a.m. Thursday at the funeral Thomas James Pickley, 88, of Sun Lakes, a retired journalist, died Dec.

17, 1988, in Chandler. He was born in Chicago. Survivors include his wife, Mary Agnes. Rosary: 4 p.m. and 7:30 p.m.

Monday, Bueler Mortuary, 14 W. Hulet Drive, Chandler, with visitation from 5 to 9 p.m. Mass: 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sun Lakes All Faith Chapel, 9240 E. Sun Lakes Blvd.

Contributions: St. Stephen's Parish Building Fund, the Rev. Fitzpatrick at All Faiths Chapel. Cletus S. Reilly, of Sun City, president of Goss-Press, a division of Rockwell died Dec.

17, 1988. He WAS born in Waterloo, Iowa. Survivors include his wife, Rita; one daughter; one sister; and three grandchildren. Services will be held. Lundberg Mortuary, Golden Door Chapel.

Frances S. Roane, 68, of Phoenix, a homemaker, died Dec. 17, 1988. She was born in Suffolk, Va. Survivors include her husband, Elmond; one daughter; a son; four grandchildren; and three greatgrandchildren.

Visitation: 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Hansen Mortuary, 8314 N. Sev- tation Fund, 700 W. Campbell, No. 18, Lundberg Mortuary, Golden Door Chapel, enth St.

Services: 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Phoenix 85013. 11211 Michigan Youngtown. funeral home. Learning tor read gives life new meaning For free one-to-one adult tutoring, or to volunteer to teach an adult non-reader, call Literacy Volunteers of Maricopa County 274-3430 Out of Maricopa County, call AzAll (Arizona Adult Literacy Line) 1-800-345-EDUC Presented as a public service by THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC The Phoenix Gazette The following is Tuesday's agenda for the Phoenix City Council meeting, at which members will discuss proposed ordinances or policies.

The times the items will be considered are approximate. Residents may comment on any item: 2:30 p.m. Council requests for information from city staff, approval of the consent agenda, city manager's report, and appointments to boards and commissions. 3 p.m. Councilman John Nelson will receive an award from Westwind and Desert Horizon elementary schools in west Phoenix for his help in acquiring ball-field lighting at those schools.

3:15 p.m. The council will be asked to authorize the establishment of an overflow shelter for the homeless to be used during extremely cold weather. Homeless people now are housed in a downtown Phoenix shelter. Possible locations for an additional temporary shelter are at a National Guard facility or Arizona State Hospital. Federal or state permission would be required.

3:45 p.m. A proposed $3 million restoration of Kiddieland and other attractions at Encanto Park in central Phoenix will be presented for a decision. A vintage 1948 carousel would be the centerpiece of improvements to the park's Picnic Island. Other attractions would include a train ride, cafe, sculpture garden and a pond for racing remote-controlled model boats. Bond money and the sale of a 6.2-acre parcel Tot wanders off at night in 2-degree cold The Associated Press CONCORD, N.H.

A old girl woke up early Sunday at her grandparents' house, walked out a faulty back door and wandered a quarter mile in 2-degree cold until a motorist found her, police said. Stephanie Gagne, who was wearing pink pajamas with built-in feet, was reunited with her family about five hours later, after her sister woke up, found Stephanie missing and alerted their grandmother. "I know everything ended up fine, but you don't know how bad I said the grandmother, Anita Gagne. "I said to her, 'Why did you do that, Honey? Why did you do that to said Gagne, 57, using a French word for grandmother. "She said, I was looking for you, Gagne said.

The girl's mother, Loretta Gagne, 40, said her daughter seemed unfazed by her excursion. A motorist found the girl, clutching a blanket, at least a quarter-mile from her grandparents' house and flagged down a police cruiser about 3:15 a.m., said Concord Police Sgt. James Cross. Stephanie and her sister, Emily, 6, spent the night with their grandparents while their parents went to a party. It was only the second night Stephanie had been away from home.

The toddler kept waking up, her grandmother said, so sometime after 2 a.m., she turned off the kitchen light. When Stephanie awoke again in the darkness, she apparently wandered out the back door, which had not been working properly. After doctors determined that Stephanie was fine, police knocked on doors near where she was found but could not find her family. They then took her to headquarters. When the family members realized Stephanie was missing, they called police, who told them she was safe.

859-Cemetery Late and Services NE. Phx. Memorial eve-level Mausoleum Call collect choice companion crypts Inside Memory Lawn Mausoor both for Box 1950 Republic Home Delivery (Eve.) plus Sun.) ME 2.25 wk. 18 Sir Service Center us. Mel Prices Rates November 20, Wis deal 11 Cullen, said Mr.

Solomon's sons, Sid IV and Tim, were with him when he died at 5:15 a.m. at a Tampa hospital. He had been ill for 11 months, suffering from cancer of the shoulder and chest. He first contracted the disease 20 years ago, but it had been in remission until last year. Mr.

Solomon, a native of St. Louis, moved to Florida 10 years ago and had lived in Stewart and Fort Pierce before moving to Tampa two years ago. He and a group of partners constructed and managed golf courses and condominiums and recreational facilities. In addition to the two sons, Mr. Solomon is survived by his wife, Carol, of Tampa; a daughter, Patti, his mother Jean Solomon and a sister, Suzie Solomon, all of St.

Louis. Debra Sue Sterns, 30, of Tempe, a customer service representative for Burlington Air Freight, died Dec. 14. She was born in Pennsylvania. Survivors include her parents, Shirley and Terry; a sister; one brother; and grandparents.

Rosary: 7 p.m. Monday, Shadow Mountain Mortuary, 2350 E. Greenway Road, with visitation from 4 to 8 p.m. Mass: 10 a.m. Tuesdayt, St.

Joseph's Catholic Church, 11001 N. 40th St. Robyn Lynn Urrea, 40, of Mesa, a a gift shop owner, died Dec. 16, 1988, in Phoenix. She was was a Mesa native.

Survivors include a daughter, Sara Berger; her parents; two sisters; and two brothers. Services: 11 a.m. Wednesday, Mountain View Mortuary, 7900 E. Apache Trial, Mesa. Darrell P.

Weis, 66, of Glendale, a retired electronics engineer, died Dec. 16, 1988, in Phoenix. He was born in Wichita, and was a World War II Marine Corps veteran. Survivors include his sister, Maxine Drey. Visitation: 5 to 8 p.m.

Monday, Grimshaw Bethany Chapel, 710 W. Bethany Home Road. Memorial services: noon Tuesday at the funeral home. William H. Wishart, 86, of Sun City, an engineer in the steel industry, died Dec.

18, 1988. He was born in Glasgow, Scotland. Survivors include his wife, Anita; and one brother. Services: 11 a.m. Tuesday, First Presbyterian Church, 12225 N.

103rd Sun City. Contributions: the church. Lund- berg Mortuary, Golden Door Chapel. Ruth E. Wood, 78, of Phoenix, a homemaker and former teacher, died Dec.

10, 1988. She was born in North Carolina. Survivors include her sister, Iris Long. Services have been A.L. Moore Sons.

ASIAN BILLIONS About 3 billion people, 60 percent of all those on Earth, live in Asia. NOTICE Classified Continued from Page B-6 Announcements BLACKMER, pending Sun Charles Rich: Information call Road CRESS, Home Road, FIELDS, Virgil Arrangements For formation Home Road. GREEN ACRES MORTUARIES SCOTTSDALE Mon. am com GLENDALE Adams, Gertrude: Mon, Tom For Addl. KENNEDY I Chapel Home Road, WEIS, Darrell Ro: Home Road, in Cave Creek Park would fund most of the project.

4:15 p.m. The council will be asked to approve lease agreements Phoenix Municipal Stadium with the Oakland Athletics major-league baseball team and the Phoenix Firebirds minorleague team. The A's, who have held spring training at the stadium since 1982, want to continue practices there through 1991. The Firebirds, who may move to the east Valley in 1990, want only a one-year agreement for season play. 4:45 p.m.

An overview of the upcoming session of the Arizona Legislature will be presented, highlighting issues affecting Phoenix, such as air quality, transportation, education and water availability and quality. 5:15 p.m. Supper break. 6:30 p.m. Residents' requests from the floor.

The council will hold its formal meeting Wednesday at 3 p.m. Council members pay bills, ratify zoning decisions, accept bids, and formally approve ordinances and resolutions. Both meetings will be held in the council chambers, Second Avenue and Jefferson Street. Owners of some personal computers can review the agenda through Public Agenda Access, available Monday through Thursday from 7 a.m. to midnight, and 24 hours Friday through Sunday.

To gain access, connect your telephone to a modem and dial 495-5472. For help, call 495-5761 Monday through Friday. Public Notice NOTICE Notice is hereby given that specifications for Bid EXTERIOR PAINTING OF PORTABLE BUILDINGS for Paradise Valley Unified School District No. 69 are being prepared in Purchasing Department. Bids will be be picked up in the Purchasing Department 15002 N.

32nd Phoenix, AZ 05032 on December 12, 1988. The office is open 0:00 A.M. until 4:30 P.M., but will be closed from December 22, 1988 through January 3, 1989. The Paradise Valley Unified School District reserves the right to reiect any or all bids waive any informality in any bid. Published: Dated Arizona this 7th Republic, day of December 1, 1988.

INVOICE NO. CITY OF PHOENIX MIS DEPARTMENT INVITATION FOR BID Sealed bids for EDP Professional Services Approved Vendor List will be received by the City of Phoenix, MIS Department in the Municipal Building, 6th Floor, 251 W. Washingion, Phoenix, Arizona 85003, until 9:00 a.m. January 31, Specifications, the quantities and bid forms available al MIS Department, 6th West Washington Street, Phoenix, Arizona. NOTE: For further information regarding bid, please contact Cathy Wenck, 6th Floor, 251 Washington, Phoenix, Arizona, Telephone (602) 262-6979.

MARVIN A. ANDREWS, CITY I MANAGER Mott MIS DIRECTOR Published: Arizona Republic, December 19, 1908. INVOICE NO. 05430 PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARINGS The Town Council of the Town of Guadalupe hold alternative two public expenditure hearings on limitation the proposed local option as follows: Jan. 3, 1989 at 6:30 P.M.

Town Hall 9050 S. Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, Arizona Jan. 5, 1989 at 6:30 P.M. Town Hall 9050 S. Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, Arizona By order of the Town Council of Guadalupe.

Signed: Jose G. Solarez Town Clerk Published: Arizona Republic, December 16,1, 1988. INVOICE NO. PUBLIC NOTICE OF HEARINGS The Town Council of the Town of Guadalupe hold two public hearings on the local proposal to authorize the issuance of up to and $2,500,000 aggregate principal amount of Town of Guadalupe, Arizona Street and Highway User Revenue Bonds as follows: Dec. 20, 1988 at 6:45 P.M.

Town Hall 9050 S. Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, Arizona Jan. 12, 1989 at 6:30 P.M. Town Hall 9050 S. Avenida Del Yaqui Guadalupe, Arizona By order of the Town Council of Guadalupe.

Signed: Jose G. Solarez Town Clerk Published: Arizona Republic, December 1988. INVOICE NO. 05430 LEGAL NOTICE The ARIZONA DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC SECURITY, Adminisiration for Children, Youth and Families, District hereby solicits SEALED proposals from qualified providers to Crisis intervention Services. The solicitation is for the establishment and maintenance of a 24 hour per day, six (6) bed, Child Crisis Nursery will serve the west area of metropolitan and other incorporated and unincorporated are of western Maricopa County.

Contract (s) are to be awarded on or January 17, 1 and shall terminate on 20. 1990. The Deperiment reserves the accept or relect any or all proposals and to mat the award in the best interest of the Department. To secure a copy of the official RFP, particulars, interested parties should call: Arizona Department of Economic Adminisiration for Children, Youth District 4620 16th St. Suite 217.

85016, (602) 255-4958. Affn: Alice Contracts Administrator. Sealed proposals must be received no later then NOON on January 11, 1989 at the above RFP Published: Arizona Republic, December 12, 1988. Sun Only 19.50 39.00 78.00 Colo, Nev, NM, Utah Morn Only 26.00 $2.00 104.00 All Other States Day Sun Only 29.25 58.50 117.00 Foreign Rates on request. CIRCULATION SERVICE Branch Offices and Representative Late 822-Florists 822-Florists A Remembrance Arranged With Special Maricopa County FTD Florists INVOICE NO.

05433 SHORT FORM NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION Notice is hereby given that the Arizona Board of Regents (the for and on behel Arizona State University (the proposes to offer for sale, and to sell at its res meeting on February 10. (unless action postponed to its meeting on March 31, ground lease commencing on or about 1989 (or on or about April 1, 1909, I action postponed as above provided) and terminating June 30, 2010 in one or more portions the of certain real property approximately 280 acres located Avenue and 51st Avenue South Road in the City of Phoenix, Arizona. The successful bidder will be the (or entity which) agrees to lease the Board, construct certain the to and benefit of the University pursuant menis, on terms and conditions, acceptable to the University their sole discretion. The auction will be held, bids received, and opened, at the Purchasing ment Arizona zona 00 o'clock a.m. February (unless as above University may submit to the Board relection at the Board's meeting day in accordance with the of the Board the bid.

if any, University to be both advantageous to the University. Any by the University to the Board be or be deemed to be acted upon and accepted The Board continue, suspend to I and additional bidder of Public Auction the trust to als prepared the ground the concerning the estimated costs of and plans for the Improvements and related existing contracts, contact Mr. Ray T. Jensen, Director of Aritone University Telephone: (602) By Order of Arizona Board of Regents Pubilshed: Phoenix December January 12 20,30, February 6, 1989..

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