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He was described as 40 to 50 years old, 6-feet-2, and more than 200 pounds. The round-the-clock search by police sent investigators into almost every eating place, motel, hotel, truck stop and tavern in the 13-square-mOe city. AUTHORITIES said Wendy's attacker stabbed her in the c h e s t yesterday arid walked away. The little girl fell to her knees and was helped to a nearby fire station. "A man just punched me," she was quote'd as saying. Not spotting her chest wound, firemen placed the girl in a, Â·hair and questioned her about he man. She said she didn't enow him and began sliding out of the chair. Police were called, then it was noticed mat he had been stabbed. Rushed to Elizabeth General Hospital, where a team of surgeons tried to save her, Wendy iied at 5:15 p.m., about a half- lour after the attack on her way home from school. Hospt- al authorities said she died of shock and hemorrhage. SHORTLY BEFORE Wendy was attacked, police reported 10-year-old Patricia L a v o 1 pje was wounded in the buttocks by a man wielding a stick. Elizabeth General Hospital authorities said she had been stabbed jy a sharp instrument. Forty-five minutes before this attack, police said Diana De Nicola, 12, was punched hi the face by a man while standing in front of a department store on a busy thoroughfare. ! J She was taken to St. Eliza^ beth Hospital for treatment of ',a buised right cheek and eyelid. "There is no definite tie in the attacks," police said later, but they did not rule out the possibility that one man was responsible. PUBLIC KECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES Randall E. Low*ry, 21, Tucson, Â»nd Lori A. Blank, 17, Tucson. Bernard C. Blaine. 23, Topowa, and Evangeline P. Ignaclo, 70, San Xavler. DIVORCES Betty A. Campbell vs. Gaylord t_ Campbell, decree. ,. ; Lavtna I. Earl vs. Edward W. Ear.l, decree. Myrna G. Glab vs. JamÂ«s R. Glab, decree. Frances W. Edrington vs. Alton R. Edrington, decree. i Don H. Hensley vs. Jay E. Hensley, complaint. Saundra Atkins vs. Heilry Atkins, complaint. Georgia W. Ahmad vs. Khwaia f. Ahmad, complaint. Margaret E. Logan vs. Stevan C. Logan, complaint, James L. Johnston vs. Edith Johnston, complaint. Consuelo P. Garcia vs. Benjamin N. Garcia, complaint. Winifred C. Donovan vs. Cornelius T. Donovan, complaint. Arthello A. Steele vs. Judith A. Steeie, decree. BIRTHS St. Joseph's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. William Bell, 3407 E. 27th, a boy at\8:18 P.m. Mar. 7. : ' Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Tovar, 5333 t, 26th, a boy at 1:37 p.m. Mar. 8.' ? Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bohner, Rt.. JÂ» Box 36B. a boy at 6:08 p.m. Mar. 8,. Mr and Mrs. Adam Leoni, 2511 Came, ron Vista, a boy at 7:40 p.m. Mar. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hutchison, 105A Polo Villaae, a boy at 7:55 a.m. Mar. Â». St. Mary's Hospital ( A.I.C. and Mrs. Roy W. Robson, Â«41 E Eastland, a girl at 5:25 p.m. Mar. 8. Tucson General Hospital , Mr. and Mrs. Dean L. Brieschfce. 133 W Roger Rd.. a boy at 1:04 a.m. Mar, 9. Tucson Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kuhi, Box 156, Pineiop, a sirl at 9:30 a.m. Mar. .8. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rogers, *57t N. Jay, a girl at 11:03 a.m. Mar. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Vern A. Semrow, 7402 E. Wontecito, a girl at 11:24 a.m. Mar. .8. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stem, 3441 E. Glenn, a boy at 3:38 P.m. Mar. 8. Mr and Mrs. Douglas Ackley, 4C31 N. Fremont, a boy at 4:50 p.m. Mar. a. Mr and Mrs. John Hendricks, Rt. .1, Box 203, Marana, a boy at 8:25 P.m. Mr. 'and Mrs. James R- Lineberger, 7212 E. 19th, a uirl at 1:07 a.m. Mar. 7. ACLU Clark's Right To Talk Here James Clark, the controversial sheriff of Selma. Ala., has a right to speak in Tucson and those who don't like what he stands for have a right to peacefully protest his appearance. This declaration came today from the board of directors of the Arizona Civil Liberties Union. Clark is scheduled to speak here at 8 p.m. Friday at the Santa Rita Hotel by invitation of the Committee to Support Your Local Police. Robert Horn president of the Tucson chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, has said his group will picket outside the hotel. -The ACLU believes that full expression of conflicting ideas is the sign of a healthy, democratic society," said Dr. Cornelius Steel ink" chairman of the group's Southern Arizona section.
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