Transitions (people arriving, leaving, and (as odd as it may sound) restaurant openings and closings:
Garage, tag, yard, estate, moving sales:
June 12 - Sat., 9 - 2 Pm, Fabrica Aurora...lots of great stuff! Used wooden doors, cupboard doors, cabinets, outdoor lighting, plant holders, 2 stainless steel sinks with stainless steel counters, plumbing supplies, clothes, furniture, paintings, lovely stained glass window, clothes, kitchen supplies, etc.
Great setting...the Fabria Aurora has been turned into wonderful artist studio's and antique and clothing stores. Call Holly at 152-1274 for directions
All other notices:
7/16/04 - VOLUNTEER ENGLISH TEACHING OPPORTUNITIES
5/15/04 - Dear Friends of Ruth O'Neal, Unfortunately, there is very bad news concerning our dear little Ruth. She is in a hospital in Phoenix, AZ in great distress--lung cancer. I knew that she was moving back to Arizona, because San Francisco was too cold and damp for her. When I called to try to get her new address, I got the news that she was in the hospital with severe shortness of breath. Of course, I thought that it was a matter of congestive heart failure and could be treated with medicine. Alas, that is not the case. Ruthie told me that she has cancer. I had hoped that somehow Ruth would not be told, and called her yesterday when I got her phone number from her son, Rolin, who lives in Phoenix. She had GREAT difficulty talking and coughed horribly, but apparently did not know the bad news. This morning I called her again to chat and read a poem that I wrote about her two days ago. She was breathing a little better and not coughing, but knew the diagnosis. It grieves me that she is so miserable. I asked whether she was being given something to make her more comfortable, and she told me that they are trying to take care of the problem. Of course she has been on oxygen since arriving at the hospital. Mail can be sent to her % Rolin O'Neal, 1851 West Hiddenview Drive, Phoenix, AZ 85045. Rolin and Nardine's phone number is (480) 283-8909. from Michelle Smith
5/10/04 - Sue Paris (at 152-0932) has knowledge of Dora, a recent graduate of the Don Bosco School, and Dora is looking for full-time work at almost anything. She is computer-literate but speaks no English (although Sue says she is about to take English-speaking lessons). Dora is attractive and bright and eager to learn.
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