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PAGE 27 Larry C. Mares, drunk, pleaded Inno- ent, trial Sept. 20. Jews Alvarez, Ross Johnson, J. D 'ouns, Eugene Hambrlck, Martin Serano, Jerald Chllders, Gerald C'avanaugh, oshua Pancho, John Pltero, Marlsto Lopez, Selano Cerna, Ray Rlcherson, Im Gonzales, Phillip Elenas, Stanley 'rosser, Raymond Antone, Theodore Aayor, Frank Antone, Manuel Kisto, uan Augustine, Vincent Francisco, Ramon Paco, Billy Jenks, Armando Herandez. Angel Federlco, Albert Ingram, William Walsh, Frank Villa, Robert Vasquez, Clyde Evans, William Friend Jr, Amos Richards, Salvadore Chico, Waren Wells, Jose Christian, Arthur Schultz, ^elix Carlos, drunk, $10 or 10 days William Ivey, drunk driving, jloo and 0 days. Dale Morgan, drunk, 110 or 10 days; iltsring, trial Aug. 2. John Hunter, Lawrence Ashcraft, Mark Jones, Coty Blackman, Yvonne Smith, -eo Pierce, Gilbert Alvarez, Manuel Floras, Tommle Thomas, Julio Resales, •nesto Navarette, Antonio Sanchez, idrew Chavarria, Manuel Qulnlero, Jobert Noble, Don Hodges, Manuel Cas- ro, drunk, $10 cash bond forfeited Dan Hubbard, Paul Sanchez, drinking n public, $100 or 30 days. Manuel Lewis, drunk, $10 or 10 days; nlnor In possession of liquor, S100 or 30 days; carrying a concealed weapon, $20 and 15 days. Johnny Orosco, Jacob Rlos, disorderly xmduct. S50 or 15 days. Ronald Cravens, drunk, S10 or 10 days: fisorderly conduct, $50 or 15 days Arluro Aguilar, vagrancy, 10 days. James Munoz, loitering on railroad property, trial Sept. 20. Valentine Pena, loitering on railroad property, 10 days. Duthel Brent, drunk (accident), trial Sept. 4. Billy Sturgls, drunk, $10 or 10 days; disorderly conduct, sso or 15 days Marvin Walker, drunk driving, SIOO and 10 days; driving on a suspended license, $25 or five days. Jesus Espinoza, disorderly conduct, trial Sept. 19. William Pipkin, disorderly conduct, trial Sept. 21. PUBLIC RECORDS CITY COURT Mylei Stewirl, Ch»rl« Gilt weed, Dick Ryktctn, Maritime! Edwin L. Llpscomo vs. Elsie G. Lh>»- omb, complaint. , .^ Helen Y. Williams vs. Gordon E Wl|. ams, decree. Huah K. Cherry vs. Vtrslnla L. Cherry, ecree. / Lillian Chalt Pose vs. Ben Pose, cJecre«. Sandra K. Anderson vs. James R. Anerson, decree. Carla Coyle vs. James Coyle, decree. Edith Daisy Harrison vs. Louie 't>. garrison, decree. Angelo S. Camtllos vs. Marie ChanUI 'amlllos, complaint. JUSTICE COURT Alice N. Truman, Precinct T Clark H. Johnson, Precinct 2 Jot Jacobson, PreelncJ 4 Billy Raymond Sturgls, aggravated as sault, arraignment continued 24 hours. Elton Leo Tlllman, rape, preliminary hearing reset from July 31 to Aug. 7 Jose Luis Durazo-Terazon, contributing to the delinquency of a minor (two counts), arraignment continued 24 hours Mitchell Edgar Darby, grand theft dismissed. Frank Foster Jr., first-degree burglary toyridlng (three counts), preliminary hearing Aug. 29. Larry Thomas Randell, first-degree burglary, preliminary hearing Aug 3 Patrick Joseph Welsenberser, grand theft, reduced to petty theft, 90-day sus pended sentence. Arthur James Etherldge, aggravated assault, preliminary hearing reset t Aug. 17. Frank Jackson, grand theft, held t answer to Superior Court. Frank Duarte Yanez, first-degree bur alary, attempted grand theft, walvec preliminary hearing, held to answer t Superior Court. Carole B. Noble, drawing check 01 insufficient fund-., preliminary hearln reset from Aug. 2 to Aug. 1. Ralph Ray Williams, theft by embez zlement, arraignment continued subiec to call. Fred M. Loya, failure to provide fo minor children, six-month suspende sentence. John Dennis Fuller, child molestin (two felony counts), waived prellminan hearing, held to answer to Superla Court. Tony Camacho Grllalva, loyridln (felony with prior conviction), prsltmin ary hearing Aug. 20. Senon M. Estavlllo, aggravated as sault, attempted rape, arraignment con tinued 24 hours. Bill Sanders, failure fo provide fo minor children, four-month suspende sentence. SUPERIOR COURT Judg* John F. Molloy, Dlv. 1 (on vacation) Judat Lee Barrett, D!v. 1 (on vacation) Judge Robert O. Roylilon, Dlv. 3 Jud»e Herbert F. Krucker, Dlv. 4 Judge Raul H. Castro, Dlv. 5 Commissioner Jack G. Marks, Dlv. t (on vacation} Clerk Grayct Gibson O'Neill American Radiator & Standard San tary Corp. vs. Carl Trctschok, ct ux, c al, dismissed with prejudice. Southwestern Investment Co. vs. Ru perto Morales, et ux, et al, ludgment I favor of plaintiff, $71.04. Robert L. Hall, et ux, dba Hall Insu lotion 8, Tile Co. vs. Kenneth Barr, ux, et al, judgment In favor of plain tiff, $811.27. Robert L. Hall, et ux, dba Hall Insi. lallon & Tile Co., vs. Alvln E. Carpente et ux, dba Algln Construction .Co., et a iudgment In favor of plaintiff, $8,102.11. Robert L. Hall, et ux, dba Hall Insul, tlon & Tile Co. vs. Fred W. Marine, t ux, et al, ludgment In favor of plalntlf $2,907.24. Howard H. Hummer, et ux, vs. Paul . Slmpklns, et ux, dismissed with prcl dice. William Walker vs. Webb Oil Corp dismissed wllh prejudice. P. M. Cotlow, dba Credit Acceptanc Co., vs. Harold B. Hlckman, et ux, com Plaint on debt, 5758,00. Montgomery Ward & Co., vs. Leonar W. Greer, complaint on debt, $264.20. North American Finance vs. Albert Flores, et ux, complaint on contrac $733.J4. Alan Jarvls, vs. Robert E. Galnes, et ux dba Gaines of Tucson, complant on deb $1,025. Garden Plaza Building Corp. vs. Ernes Garfleld, et ux, et al, complaint on con tract, $5,280. Pima County vs. Fred Martin, et ux complaint on debt, $1,W.95. Pima County vs. Ernest Sllvaln, et ux complaint on debt, $573.32. Pima Counly vs. Helen Martinez, vlr, complaint on debt S601.70. Nationwide Finance Co., ves. Lucille E Mattuci, complain on contract, $622.20. Barbara Anderson vs. Edward P. Trum bull, et ux, complaint on debt, $1,000. The Valley National Bank vs. Jeffre Plerson, et ux, complaint on contrac $158.05. World Motors Inc. vs. John T. Brown et ux, complaint on contract, $667.70. Montgomery Ward Co. vs. Pete Garcia et ux, complaint on debt, $228.05. City of Tucson vs. Anthony Madonia dismissed with prejudice. Medical i Dental Finance Burea Corp. vs. Arthur P. Barboa, et ux, et a dismissed with preludlce. North American Finance Co. vs. Jame Carbln. complaint on note, $295.62. Burris-Whlte Machinery Co. vs. B. A Williamson, et ux, complaint on contrac $269.58. The Board of Supervisors of PIm County vs. F. G. Hazel, et ux, complain for damages, $255.85. Walltum E. Hale, et ux vs. Wartha Travis, complaint for injuries, $10,000. Farm Bureau Service Co. of Iowa vs John Oldham, et ux, complaint on con tract, $264.01. Southern Arizona Bank and Trust Co vs. Waller Chomlak, et ux, dlsmlsse wllh prejudice. Leone Margaret Mills vs. Jeanie Gl complaint for alienation of affections S 25,000. Newell & Robbs Mortgage Bankers vs Harold R. Botkln Jr., et ux, complain on note, $12,950. Robert W. Bradford vs. Harry K Nichols, et ux, el al, complaint for In Juries, $14,500. DIVORCES Richard Paul Borcherdlng vs. DeSate Borcherding, decree. Edna O'Neal vs. Lewis A. O'Neal, d cree. Roy Eugene Ternplelon vs. Helen P Templeton, decree. Soila Petra Nogales vs. Pedro Mende Nogales, decree. Consuelo S. Cole vs. Lester J. Cole decree. Maxlne A. Smith vs. 1 Robert Smith decree. Victoria M. Ahumada vs. Joe C. Ahu mfl.Id, decree. Raul O. Ruiz vc. Mary W. Rulr, com plaint. Martha M. Lopez vs. Manuel O. Lopez Complaint. Betty J. Larlson vs. Roy V. Larlson complaint. Mary Ellen Johnson vs. Georae Wa lace Johnson III, complaint. Nellie R. Gilbert vs. Elwood Gllber 1 complaint. Mildred Trovlllo vs. Raymond J. Tro- vlllo, complaint. Cecil W. Piynt vs. Phvllli R. Payne complaint. MARRIAGE LICENSES , David H. Burke, 61, of Tucson, and :ora Berle Burke, 74, of Tucson. Jose Miguel Compoy, 31, of Marana, nd Soda Molina, 19, of Marana. U.S. DISTRICT COURT BANKRUPTCY COURT Hugh Caldwell, referee Voluntary petitions: Franclne Lorlndia •raves, debts of S10.20O4, assets -ot 450; Wiley W. Morris II, debts of 104.710.23, assets of !9,373.« (similar etition filed by his wife, Nora M. Vi orris). BIRTHS St. Joseph's Hospital Mrs. John Ochs and the late Mr. Ochs ( 2013 E. Water, a boy at 9:32 a.m. July 23. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pagnoizi. 4046 E. 6th, a bov at 12:19 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Crutslnger, 38 W. Rlllito, « girl at 2:24 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Clifford, 27<U S. Forgeus, a boy at 4:10 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Isom L. Smith, 1SN N. 41h Ave., a girl at 5:20 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hall, 2834 N. Walnut, a girl at 7:37 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Jens E. Wagner, 2501 Winchester Vista, a girl at 12:35 a.m. July 31. Tucson Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chllders, t3S S. Biddie, a girl at 7:01 a.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Slocum, 843 W. Valencia, a boy at 7:35 a.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Seale, Jr., 3745 E. 33rd, a girl at 9:14 a.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Clark, 1124 S. Fordham Dr., a boy at 11:27 a.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zerrlzo, 5402- S E. 13th, a boy at 3:44 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Jaclc Wlllard, 1543 ,E. Douglas, a girl at 4:53 p.m. July 30. . Mr. and Mrs, Jack Hensley, 904 Ca!le Milu, a boy at 7:25 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Angelo Clmlnetli, Jr., 3373 E. 23rd, a girl at 9:19 p.m. July 30. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Tellez, 1031 -S. Palmira, a boy at 11:20 p.m. July 30. S. Sgt. and Mrs. Jack Allison, 537 "S. Wilson, a girl at 5:14 a.m. July 31. Half Youth I Offenders * Sniffed Glue PHOENIX— UPI —A Superior Court judge said yesterday half of the male juvenile offenders who appeared in juvenile court in the last two weeks were glue sniffers. Superior Court Judge Jack D. H. Hays said, however, he thought sniffing plastic glue for intoxication was the result of delinquency, not the cause of it. V Hays said he had to commit five of seven boys brought before him to the state industrial school at Fort Grant. All five had histories of glue sniffing he said. '• "It's the rage today," lie said. "It's the thing, to do. to conform to the nonconformist." -.. Doctors say glue sniffing" is extremely dangerous and ca'n cause permanent eye and brain. damage. £ FIRE CALLS (Calls In 34 Hours to I ».m. TodjyjJ 7:32-1:37 p.m.—Engine 2 to 11 S. >th Ave., gasoline leak. **• 1:35-2:10 p.m.—Engine 14 to W. Vabn- cla Rd. and S. Santa Clara Ave., wish down gasoline. — 1:59-2:13 p.m.—Engine 8 to 211 W. Pastime Rd., grass fire. * 2:40-3:07 p.m.—Engine 6 to 5551 *E. Kelso St., trash lire. * 6:27-6:38 p.m.—Rescue Truck 2 to 3537 E. 2nd St., first aid. 9:45-10:07 p.m.—Rescue Truck 1 to^lS W. Ft. Lowell Rd., first aid. ?LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS "• OF INTENT TO RECEIVE BIDS* Sealed bids will be received until 2*00 P.m., Wednesday, August 72, 1962, ijbv the Tucson Airport Authority, Tucson, Arizona, for Ihe furnishing of all labor, material, transportation and services rre- qulred for the construction of Ihe new Municipal Alrpo'T' Terminal Bulldlns-at Tucson, Arizona, in accordance with plans and specifications on file in the office of Terry Atkinson, Architect, 2424 East Broadway, Tucson, Arizona. Bids will be opened publicly in the 4th Floor offices In the Tower Building at Tucson Municipal Airport at 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, August 22, ly«, and read aloud by a representative of the Tucson Airport Authority. Plans and specifications for the proposed work may be Inspected at the office of Terry Atkinson, Architect, 1474 East Broadway, Tucson, Arizona, or copies may be obtained by making a deposit of $100.00 per set, which deposit will be refunded upon return of plans and specifications In good condition within 10 days alter bid opening. A certified check or cashier's check or a surety bond for five per cent (S%) of the amount of Ihe bid must accompany each proposal, as a guarantee thati the Contractor will enter into a contract to perform the proposal In accordance with Plans and specifications or as liquidated damages In the event of failure or refusal of the Contractor to enter Into the contract, which check or bond will be returned to the unsuccessful bidders, and to the successful bidder upon the execution of a satisfactory bond and con- trad. II shall be mandatory on Ihe Contractor to whom the contract Is awarded, and upon a;'Y sub-contractor under him, to comply in every respect wllh the provisions of Titles 23 and 34, Arizona Revised Statutes, and with all other requirements of the laws of Arizona applicable to contractors for Ihe construction of public works, and to pay not less than the general prevailing rate of per diem wages In the area for each craft or type of workm?n or mechanic needed to execute the contract which prevailing scale of v:ages has been ascertained from and certified by. the Industrial Commission ol Arizona, a certified copy of which Is on file in the office of {he aforesaid Architect. The Contractor to whom the contracflj awarded sh.aH, within five (5) days after the awarding of the contract, furntoh to the aforesaid Tucson Airport Authority a satisfactory performance and payment Bond in an amount equal to one hundred per cent (100%) of the full amount of the proposal, such bond not to be expressly limited as to time, In which action may be instituted against me surety company for possible non-performance by the Contractor. Work shall commence within five is) days after Ihe award of the contract and 5f al «?•? completed on or before October l-j, IV6J. -, ?* .hl hc i li 10 ? 00 A!r "; ort Authority re»«r#et the right to reject any or all proposal* or to withhold the award for any rcMon I m . ay . de ' er ,ni | ne, and also reserves, the right to hold any or all bids for"* period of Ihlrty (30) divs sfler the oTtJ of. the opening thereof. No bidder wilhdraw his bid durlnu Ihlj thlrt* period. No bid shall be considered Is not submitted by a bidder duly lie a* * contractor in this state, an bidders are required, at or Won date of opening of bids, to present „<*,, SWlff",'i'JL e ,! f '«» "."ch contr.cToS; .. , £ e ', r r J°W s , fo . "V Pr«f»rence jK- d In Artie e 3, Chaptir 1, of TlfSi 34, Arizona, Revised Statutes " Tucson Dal Arizona Dal : ally Dally Citizen Star.

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  2. 31 Jul 1962, Tue,
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