$150,000 Is Involved In Mining Suit Leases At Mammoth Are Subject Of Trial To Start Monday An important civil case is docketed for trial in superior court at Florence Monday when a jury will be empaneled to hear the complain of the Mammoth Arizona Minin company versus Fred Bose an< Fred B. Houghton, intervener. Sui by the mining company is for $150, 000, involving leases of the Mam moth company where the Molyb denum Corporation of America carrying on extensive mining op erations in the Mammoth area. The Mammoth Arizona was form ed several years ago for the pur pose of developing the claims which in the past, two years have become among the most profitable opera i tions in Final county, now employ ' ing more than 500 men. Claims then leased by Houghton for the Mammoth .Arizona were later sub leased to Bose, who interested the Molybdenum company In the development. In cases of leases now in dispute Bose refuses to deliver them to either party until the court settles respective claimants rights. The legal firm of Fulbright and Reed, Florence, will represent Bose, Stanley Samuelson of Tucson will represent Houghton, and the firm of Knapp, Boyle and Thompson of Tucson represents the Mammoth Arizona Mining company. It is expected the array of legal talent will be augmented by Chicago attorneys brought here to protect the inter- ess, of the Molybdenum corporation .