Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 45
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 . By JERRY LISXA t , .SAO, PAULO, Brazil--(#» : --The powerful United States teani was not gloat' ing today over its rich har- * vest 1 'Of 61 gold medals In · the Pan-American Games-;.it was griping over the one (that got away. -'··· "Fast gun," U.S. track officials complained after '.their ace sprinter, Ira Murchison of Chicago, was beaten by Cuba's Enrique Figuerola, in the 100-meter dash. Gripe Over Fast Gun In Pan Am Games It was obviously a bitter pill to swallow coming cm the heels of two baseball defeats at the hands of the Cuban team. "This is a real fast gun we've been getting," said Lou Montgomery of Cornell University, the head U.S. track and field coach. "This starter would never be asked back a second time at Madison Square Garden." Ted Haydon of Chicago, the assistant U.S. coach, said, "It was such a questionable start that Murchison hesitated, expecting a recall." : Figuerola was off like a shot and won the 100 meters, long a U.S. specialty, in the good time of 10.3 seconds. Murchison f i n - i.hed third, back of Ar- quimides Herera of Venezuela. Lt. Ollan Cassell of Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., the other Yankee hope, slipped "n his starting blocks and finished last in the six-man field. Montgomery warned bis runners that they must be ready for a quick getaway when the starter yells: "Take your marks." The track and field program en'oyed a respite today, with the schedule to be picked up Tuesday. The Yanks have won seven gold medals in 12 track and field finals, collecting four championships yesterday. FREE ELECTRIC SHAVER CHECKUP Bring in your ELECTRIC SHAVER for a FREE check,up by our factory trained SHAVER EXPERT. Guaranteed service and repairs on all /nakes and models. 24-hour service on mall orders. ! SALES and SERVICE TRADE-INS Genuine Factory Parts '.· CRESCENT J E W E L E R S 1 Corner Congress Stone ' Tucson, Arizona TUCSON SPEEDWAY Champs Increase Point Standings R. C. Whitwell and Carl Trimmer, track roadster and stock car champions at Tucson Speedway last year, apparently aren't about to let anybody else have a shot at the crowns in 1963. Whitwell won the roadster main event and Trimmer was second to Barry Warner in GLASS 1 » WINDOW GLASS · PLATE GLASS g Eg · Glass Contractors · Mirrors |=j == · TABLE TOPS · SHOWER DOORS = = · PLEXIGLAS = 1 · Metal Windows (ALUM. STEEL) g H · METAL DOORS FRAMES |= == (AL ROMANQWSKJ"*) E= | TUCSON GLASS MIRROR CO. g S 1420 FACTORY AVE. -- PH. MA 4-8691 = iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiimi the stock feature Saturday night, as each extended his point lead in his division. Whitwell was in a wheel-to wheel battle with Jack Estes before the latter ran into Fran Jester and was forced out of the race. Warner came on late to overtake Trimmer, who was having handling problems. SUPER MODIFIEDS (Exhibition, No Points) 10 lap race -- 1. Jerry Coons; 2. Hank Arnold; 3. Red Turner. T-- 2:55.5. FAST TIME-1. R. C. Whitwell. T-19.54. TROPHY DASH-- 1. R. C. WWt- well; 2. Pat Osborne; 3. Jack Estes. T --57.9; FIRST HEAT (8 Ups)-- 1. Fran Jester; 2. Jack Estes; 3. R. C. Whitwell. T-- 2:34.4; MAIN EVENT (15 laps)-- \, R. C. Whitwell; 2. Ray Cates; 3. Jack Esles. T-- 2:34.6. STOCKS FAST TIME-- Larry Long. 'T-- 21.03; TROPHY DASH--!. Jerry McGlnnls; 2. Larry Long; 3. Burrell Clifton. T-1:04.4. FIRST HEAT (B laps)-- 1. Keith Morgan; 2. Bill Herron; 3. BIN Alberts. T-- 3:47; SECOND HEAT-- (8 laps)-- 1. Carl Trimmer; 2. Garry Hovermale; 3. Don Brandt. T-- 3:39. THIRD HEAT (8 laps)-- 1. Barry Krueger: 2. Bob Townsend; 3. John Round. T-- 3:38.7. SEMI- MAIN-- 1. Bill Alberts; 2. Keith Morgan; 3. .Jim W|lsdn. T-- 5:26.4. MAIN EVENT (30 laps)-- 1, Barry Warner; 2. Carl Trimmer; 3. Bob Townsend. T -10:26.6. SPORTS RESULTS BOXING TOLEDO, Ohio -- Wllbert Skeeter Me- Clure, 156, Toledo, outpointed Ted Wright, 154, Detroit, 10. MEXICO CITY-Alfredo Urblna, 133^, Mexico, outpointed Angel Mantequllla, 13W, Cuba, 10. TRACK WALNUT, Calif.--C. K. Yarid, a Nationalist Chinese student at UCLA, set a world record of 9,121 points In the demanding 10-event decathlon. PHILADELPHIA--Brian Sternbera, U. of Washington sophomore, set world record of 16 feet S Inches In the pole vault at Penn Relays. GOLF SAN ANTONIO -- Phil Rodaers shot a final round of 45 to win $30,000 Texas Open with record 268 total. AUGUSTA, Ga.--Mickey Wright and Marllvnn Smith tied at 792 In Women's TItleholders Tourney, forcing a playoff Monday. PINEHUR5T, N.C.--Billy Joe Fatten won North and South amateur by defeating Bob Allen 7 and 6 In 36-hole final. RACING NEW YORK -- Sunrise County $17.90 came on again, after losing the lead to Crimson Satan at the ' head of the stretch, and won the $89,850 Grey Lag Handicap at Aqueduct. LAUREL, Md.--Ronnie Ferraro rode five winners at Laurel Including Hot Dujf SB.40 in Senatorial Stakes at Laurel. LOUISVILLE--Saree $24.80 wort Oaks Prep at Churchill Downs. BOSTON--Red Belle $3.40 won John Alden Handicap at Suffolk Downs by four lengths. CAMDEN, N.J.--Ahoy «.80 easily won Delaware Valley Stakes at Opening of Garden State Park. SAN MATED, Calif.--Testum S10 beat the favored Revel In William P. Kyne Handicap at Bay Meadows. CHICAGO--Boston Sailor S7 won th Chlcagoan Handicap at Sportsman's Park YONKERS, N.Y.--Armbro Dale $9.9 won feature pace at Yonkers raceway. LE'iAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that sealed bids will be received in the office ot the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2B55 So. 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona,. UP to 10:00 a.m. April 30, 1963, for the following: 'BID--B-S2333--Cover Material for Bl- Suminous Surface To furnish Plma County Highway Department with Cover Material for Bituminous Surface as per specifications callsd for by Plma County. Opening of the Bid--B-S2333 will tie at 10:00 a m., April 30, 1963, in the office of the Pima Cgunty Purchasing Agent, 2B55 So. Blh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bib may be procured from the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 So. 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. "Bidder shall be required to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. "The Board ot Supervisors reserves Ihe rlsht to releci any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or informalities In the bids or. bidding. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this 14th day of April, 1963. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman '' Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona. Publish: Tucson Daily Citizen April 19, 20, 22, 23, 24 25, 26, 27, 29 and 30, 1943. .. NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS The board of Supervisors of Pima County, Arizona will receive sealed bids for the construction of the Guard . Rail along Kitt Peak Observatory Road. £s?!~J bids will be received at Jhe office of the Cterk of iiic Guard of Supervisors, located In the Plma County Courthouse, Tucson, Arizona, up to 11:00 A.M. on May 6, 1963. The work, which Is located on tne.KItt Peak Observatory Road, approximately -W) miles west of Tucson, Plma County, Arizona, consists of the furnishing and Installing 8300 lineal feet of Galvanized Metal Road Guard--Beam Type--complete with post and 'end sections. ..The work, to be completed by July 31, 1963, and the approximate quantities are asT follows: · " 332 each Panels 25 feet Ions '.' 691 each Posts and Brackets "'. 27 pr. End Sections 'Proposal, plans and specifications may be. obtained at the office of the Plma County Engineer, 1313 South Mission Road, Tucson, Arizona. There will be a $10.00 charge for plans and specifications, to be refunded If plans and specifications are returned not later than May Bth, 1963. The Board reserves the right to relect any and all bids or to waive any irregularities, or infcrrr.dlities, in any bid or In the bidding. DONE BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF - SUPERVISORS this 16lh day of ELSA. B. HANNA, Clerk Board of Supervisors Plena County, Arizona Publish: April 25, 26, 27, 39, 29 and 301h and May 1, 2, 3, and 4lh, 1963. LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS The Board of Supervisors of the County of Pima, Arizona, will receive sealed bids for the construction of the RIllllo River Bridge at North Campbell Avenue. Sealed bids will be received at the office of 1h« Clerk -of the Board of Supervisors, located In the Pima County Courthouse, Tucson, Arizona, up to 11:00 A.M. on May 6, !?;:. The work, which Is located at the North Campbell Avenue crossing of the Rlillto River, approximately 1.2S miles north of East Fort Lowell Road, Tucson, Arizona, consists of the construction ol a six span, prestressed concrete, girder- slab bridge. The work, to be completed 1 by October 4, 1963, consists of Yne following estimate: MOO Cubic Yards Drainage Excavation '-220 Cubic Yards 1 Structural Excavation : 751 Lin. Feet , Metal Handrail (C. I. P.) · ·207 Cubic Yards ;- Class "D" Concrete (C. I. P.) '288 Each ' Concrete Bank Protection Units ·. 94 Each" Prestressed Cor,-;:'et« Deck Units 23,900 Lbs. ' Furnishing and Driving Concrete ·- Plies (Steel Cylinder Type) (C. I. P.! ;· 2S Lin. Feat L* Cutoff Concrete Piles (Steel Cylinder Type) ' v 38 Each * Driving Railroad Rails (C. I. P.) ;NOTE: '/·All railroad rails will be furnished by filma County, F.O.B. lobslte. ·.Proposal, plans and specifications may be obtained at the office of the Pima County Engineer, 1313 South Mission Sead, Tucson, Arizona. There will be a 810.00 charge for plans and specifications, fi be refunded If plans and specifications »U returned not later than May 8, 1963. iTThe Board reserves the right fo relec! jrV and oil bids or to v,alve any Irregularities. or Informalities, In any bid of In the bidding. DONE BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF r( _SUP ? ERVISORS this 26th day of 1. r ' ELSA B. HANNA, Clerk : , Board of Supervisors L, ,.., ,. P'"I B Cpunty, Arizona publish: April 2i,-2«, 27, 29 and 3Mh, and |*. May 1, 2, 3 and 4th, 1943. f« NOTICE, OF CALL FOR BIDS · :NOTJCE IS HEREBY GIVEN th«t Jealed bids will be received In th* of- V** ."'.JJ 1 *, pl T a County Purchasing Apent, 2855 So. 8th Avenue, Tucson, M- Idna up to 10:00 a.rm, M«y N, for the Wllowlno: 7?B!D-- B-s«34-Cwnp[ete Overhaul and Maintenance ot Typewriters '.-To. furnish, p\ma Cnumy w nunw witn complete - yrlfor* Presently In use In various Plma ; ·f4 mr K,, }* pl y m«n'«j Opening of the Bid -B-* 2334 will be a? 10:0 a.m., M»y 14, '43 In tho office of the Plma County ? ll ' 1 J?_i A .1'J"' M5S So ' Blh Avenue, -Brs75l5-- White and Whole. Wheaf §To furn|*h Plrna County Hospital, pfrha nty Juyenla,. D»'onflon Home and Couny Ji! K chen wllh one (1) day old bread for a period of one (1 year, beginning July 1, 1943 1o and In cludlna June 30, 1944 as per speciflca tions called for by Pima County. Open inq of the Bid--B-SM35 will be at 10:3 a.m., May 14, 1943 In the office of tm Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 So 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. BID -- B-22336-- Complete Pest and vermin control. To furnish Pima County with corrolet pest and vermin control for a period o one (1) year, beginning July \, 1963 1 and Including June 30, 1964, as per specl fications called for by Plma County. Open Ina of the Bi -3-52334 will be at 11:00 a.m., May 14, 1943 In the office of the Pima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 So Blh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. BID--B-S2337--X-Ray Film, Solutions and Associated Supplies To furnish Pima County with X-Ray Film, Solutions and Associated Supplies for a period of one (1) vear, beginning July 1, 1963 to and Including June 30 1964 for the Plma County Hospital and the Pima County Health Department, a per specifications called for by Plma Counly. Opening of the Bid--B-S2337 wll be at 11:30 a.m., May !4, 1963 In Ihe office of the Plma County Purchasing Aqent, MS5 So. Bth Avenue, Tucson, Art zoria. Specifications relatinq to the aforesali bids may be procured from the office o the Plma County Purchasing Asent, 285. So, 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish a suf ficlent Bid and Performance Bond ac ceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to relecf any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities in the bids or bidding. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this 23rd day of April, 1943. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona Publish: Tucson Daily Citizen April 24, 27, 29, 30, Mav 1, · 2, 3, 4, 4 and 7, 1743 OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR ANNEXATION OF AREA NO. 263 (SUBDIVISIONS AND UNSUBDIVIDED PROPERTIES NORTH AND EAST OF THE TUCSON CITY LIMITS IN T. T2 S., R. 13 E.; T. 13 S., R 13 E.; AN P,. T -J 3 S., R. 14 E.) TO SANI- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT on May 4, 1963, at 10 a.m., at the regular meeting place of the Board of Supervisors of Pima Counly, Arizona, In the Plrna County Courthouse, at Tucson, Arizona, the Board ." Supervisors will hold a hearing on a petition filed with it for an annexation to Sanitary Olstricl No, 1 of Pima County, Arizona, which proposed annexation Is described as follows to-wit: CASA ROMA ESTATES as recorded In Book 16 of Maps and Plats, Page 56 thereof, in the office of the County Recorder, Pima County, Arizona. CASAS ADOBES COUNTRY CLUB as recorded in Book 16 of Maps and Plats on Page 12 thereof, fn the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. CASAS ADOBES ESTATES--LOTS 477 through 486 as recorded in Book 15 of Maps and Plats at Page 72 thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Pima County, Arizona, Lots 1, 2, 56, 58, 40, 42, M, 45, 46, and 67 of _ASAS ADOBifS b=S1...Tu · RESUBDIVISION as recorded In Book 10 of Maps and Plats, Page 53 thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. The West half of Lot 5 of GIBSON TRACT as recorded In Book 15 of Maps and Plats, Page 10 thereof. In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. Lots 48 through 52, S4 through 41, 91, »iv and 95 In NORTHERN HILLS ESTATES as recorded In Book 11 ol Maps and plats on Page 45 thereof In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. NpRTHRIOGE ESTATES as recorded in Book 14 of Maps and Plats on Page ^4, Sheets 1 and 2 thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. ORACLE FOOTHILLS ESTATES NO. 5 as recorded In Book 14 of Maps anc Plats on Page 28 thereof, in the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. ORACLE FOOTHILLS ESTATES NO. 4 as recordtd in Book 14 of Maps ant Plats, Page 52 thereof. In the office ol the County Recorder, Pima Counly, Arizona. ,, PARKMORE ADDITION as recorded In B3ok 15 of Maps and Plats, Page 9C thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Ptma County, Arizona. SANTA CATALINA ESTATES as recorded In Book 15 of Maps and Plats on Page 59, Sheets 1 and 2 thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. SANTA CATALINA ESTATES NO. 2 as recorded In Book 14 of Maps and Plats, Pase 17--Sheets 1 and 2 thereof. In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. Lots 48 and 53 and the unsubdlvided acreage lying west of Lot 52 and Easl of Lot 20 and Dundedin Place and South of Jakmont Drive In SKYLINE COUNTRY CLUB ESTATES as recorded in Book 16 of Maps and Plats, Page 7--Sheets 1, 2, and ? 'r-creof, In the office of the Co , u , n !y,., Re , i:o '' B ? r ' Plrna County, Arizona. SUFFOLK HILLS as recorded in Book 14 of Maps and Plats on Page 17, Sheets 1 and 2 thereof. In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. SUFFOLK HILLS RESUBDIVISION as recorded In Book 15 of Maps and Plats, Page 10 thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Pima County, Arizona. Lots 1 through 30 In SUNRISE ADDITION NO. 3 as recorded In Book 13 of Mapi and plats on Pane 63 thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. TERESA TERRACE as recorded In Book U of Maps and Plats on Pasje 23 thereof, In the office of tho County Recorder, Pima County, Arizona. Lots 4, 5, (, and the North 100 f*ef of, Uf 7 In Block 8 In TUSCONITA AD- DIT10N as recorded In Book 7 of Mapi una Plafs, Page 79 Ihereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. VISTA DE LAS CANDELAS. as recorded In Book K of Maps and Plats on Page 14 thereof, Fn (tie office of the County Recorder, Plma County, Arizona. VISTA OE LAS CAN'DELAS NO. 2 as recorded In Book 14 of Maps and Plats on Page H thereof, In the office of the County Recorder, Plma Counly, Arizona. A .Parcel of land In the Southeast guartsr cl Section 25, Township 12 South, Ranoe 13 Easl, G. S. R, B. M., LEGAL NOTICE Pima County, Arizona, more fully described as follows: BEGINNING at Ihe Southeast corner of said Southeast Quarter of Section 25; thence South 89' 59' 29" west along the South line of said Southeast Quarter 755.49'; thence North 0' 34' 24" West 75' to a point In the North line of Magee Road as established under Proceedings No. 1114 of the Board of Supervisors of Plma County, Arizona, and shown on Map recorded in the office of the Counly Recorder. Plma County, Arizona, In Book 9 of Road Maps, Page 44 thereof, said point being the true point of beginning; thence North 89' 59' 29" East along the said North line of Magee Road 755.49' to the East line of said Southeast Quarter; then North 0- 34' 24" West along said East tine 575.58 feet to the North line of the South one-half of the South one-half of th» said Southeast Quarter of Section 25; thence North 89' 50' 09" West along said North line 755.52'; thence South 0* 34' 24" East 577.43', more or less, to a point In the North line of said Magce Road, said point being the true point of beginning. That portion of Section 28, Township 12 South, Range 13 East, G. S. R. B. 8. M., Pima County, Arizona, lying within the following described line: BEGINNING At the center of said Section 28; thence North 14' 51' 21" East 928.74 feet; thence North 54' 18' 40" West 6S9.64 feet; thence South 29* 58' 23" West 2040.04 feef; thence North 49- 43' 19" East 1455.06 feet to the true point of beginning. ALL that part of the Northeast Quarter of Section 36, Township 12 South; Range 13 East, G. 8 S. R. B. 8. M., Plma County, Arizona, described as follows, to-wit: BEGINNING at a point on the North line of said Northeast Quarter distant 985.00' East from the Northwest corner of said Northeast Quarter; thence South at right angles to the North line of said Northeast Quarter 967.76'; thence East ant) parallel with the North line of said Northeast Quarter 900.20'; thence North 967,78' to a point on the North line of said Northeast Quarter; thence West along the North line of said Northeast Quarter 900,20' to the true point of beginning. The South one-half of the South one- nalf of the Southwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of Section 2, Township 13 South, Ranae 13 East, G. S. R. B. M., Plma County, Arizona. The North 150 feet of that part of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter, more or less, lying easterly of the northerly Rlghf-of-Way of the Southern Pacific Railroad EXCEPT the North 490.5 feet and the South 396 feet'thereof, In Section 17, Township 13 South, Range 13 East, G. 8, S. R. B. M., Plma County, Arizona. All of the east half of Section 21, Township 13 South, Range 13 East, G. S. R. B. i M., Plma County, Arizona, Ivlno North of the North boundary of the City of Tucson and easterly of the Northerly right-of-way of the Southern Pacific Railroad. ALL of Section 22, Township 13 South, Range 13 East, G. . S. R. B. M., Pima Counly. Arizona, lying North of the North Boundary of the Clly of Tucson EXCEPTING that area lying within the present boundaries of the Sanitary District No. 1 of Pima County, Arizona. ALL of the North one-half of Section 23, Township 13 South, Range 13 East, G. 8, S. R. B. M. Plma County, Arizona, EXCEPT that area existing within me present boundaries of the Sanitary District No. 1 of Plma County, Arizona. ALL of the North one-half of Section 24, Township 13 South, Range 13 East, G. 8, S. R. B. M., Pima County, Arizona, EXCEPT _thal area existing within the present boundaries of the Sanitary District No. 1 of Plma, County, Arizona. The East 45' of the North 140' of the East one-half of the Northwest Quarte of the Southwest Quarter of the North east Quarter, EXCEPT the North 30 thereof In Section 28, Township 13 South Range U East, G. S. R. B. M. Pima County, Arizona. AT THAT TIME AND PLACE al Interested property owners may appea and be heard on any matter relating to the annexation to Sanitary District No. of Plma County, Arizona; and any per son wishing to oblect to the annexation to Sanitary District No. 1 of Plma County, Arizona, may before the date set for hearing file his oblectlon with th Clerk of the Board of Supervisors, /s/ ELSA B. HANNA, Clerk Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona Publish: April 22 and 29, 1943 LEGAL NOTICE BID -- B-?2338 -- Liquid Asphalt Emulsions To furnish Pima County Highway De partment with Liquid Asphalts ano Emulsions for a one (1) year period, beginning July l, 1943 to and includln Jumi 30, 1944, as per specification calhtd for by Plma Counly. Opening o Ihe Bld-B-^2338 will be at 10:00 a.m. May 15, 1943 In the office of the Pim County Purchasing Agent, 2B55 So. 8t Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. BID-B-s2339-White Traffic Paint To furnish Plma County Highway Department wllh White Traffic Paint for a one U) year period, beginning July 1 1963 fo and including June 30, 1944, a per specifications called for by Plmi County. Opening of the Bid--B-S233 will be at 10:30 a.m.. May 15, 1963 In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2555 So. 8fh Avenue, Tucson Arizona. BID--B-f 2340 -- Yellow Traffic Pain To furnish Plma Counly Highway Department with Yellow Traffic Pain? fo a one (1) year period, beginning July 1 1963 to and Including June 30, 1944, a per specifications called for by Plm County. Opening of the Bid--B- = 2340 wl be at 10:30 a.m., May 15, 1943 In th 2" lce . °LcV he P'ma County Purchasln Agent, 2855 So. 8th Avenue; Tucson Arizona. SJD--B-S234I--Glass Beads To furnish Plma County Highway Department with Glass Beads for a one (1 year Period, beginning July 1, 1943 to and Including June 30, 1944, as pe specifications called for by Plma County Opening of the Bid--B-S2341 will be a " f: °H. a ' m ," Mav 15 ' 1943 ! " 'he office SL, th ! P'rna County Purchasing Agent 5S So. 8th Avenue. Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bids may be procured from the office ?L rth l p j ma Count Y Purchasinn Agent 2655 So. 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish a sufficient Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the right to relect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities In the bids or bidding. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this J3rd day of Aoril, 1963 THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors _ ... . Pima County, Arizona Publish: Tucson Dally Citizen April 29, 30, May 1, 2, 3, 4, 4, 7, B and 9, 1963 NOTICS OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha seal«d bids will be received In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Asent 2855 So. Blh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona uo to 10:00 a.m., May 14, 1963 for the fol lowing: BID-- B-«2342--Photographic Recordino Paper, Developer, Fixer and Developer Replenish^ To furnish Plma Counfv Recorder's Of flee with Photographic Recording Paper Developer, Fixer and Developer Reolen Isher for a one (1) year period, b*olnnlnq July 1, 1943 to »r6 Includlno June 30 1944 as per specifications called fnr hv Plma County. Ooenln^ of the Rid--3342 will be at 10:0n a.m., M»v 1943 in Ihe office of th" Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 So. 8th Avenue Tucion, Arlrona. HID--B-=?343--Paper Stock To furnish Pimi County with Paper Stock for, a period of o n e - ( l ) year, be- plnnlno July 1, 1963 fo and Including June 30. 1964. as oer specifications called for hv Plm* Count-/. Oncilng of thu Blrt-- R- = 2343 will b» at 10:"ifl a.m. M»v U '943 In the office rf th^ P'ma Counfy Purchaslr.o .Apenf, 2855 So. Blh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. So»clflcat!orts relatlno to the aforesaid ·vlds may h« procured from th* of»Icff o' he Pima County Purchaslno Aoent, 2855 «;. Blh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. JMder fhiti be reiulred to furnl«h a suf- Iclcnt Bid ?nd Performance Bond a rcptab'» fo the Boarrf of Sup»rvl«or« Thh» Board nf Supervisors ruen'es the rlohf to relcrt finy or all h'd for a-v res-son whatsoever or tn wa've *ny !»·- r*9Ul»r!f!es or informalities In the bids ir hMrtlng. DONE RY OODER of fh- Rosrd o' inper- 'Isors this ttrrt rtiy of Aorll, 19*1 THOMAS S, J A Y . Chairman Roird 01 Supervisors . ... . P'ma County, Arizona 'ubllsh: Titc«on D^Hy citizen AprM ·», 30. Ma« 1. ?, 3, 4, 4, 7, 8 and 9, 1943. NOTICE OF CA1 L FO" RIOS .JICE IS HEREBY GIVFN that f»l»d hM will he rec-!vcrf In the offki ,,J , p 'T" t Cou^rv Purchaslni Aoenf. BS5 So 8th Avenue. Tucson. *rl7ina, ,n ' 1 " M ' V H 1943 for 1he BULK SALES NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the undersigned, MRS. JOHN J. DURKtN, doing business as the "Soutli 7th Avenue Liquor Store" at 1710 South 7th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, will sell, deliver, transfer and assign In a single transaction and not In the regular course of business, on the 15th day of May, 1963, at ten o'clock a.m. of said day the whole and all of the stock and fixtures In trade, accounts receivable and good will In and to said business located at 1710 South 7th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Persons having claims against said business are required to file the same with the necessary vouchers, with W. T. HOLMES, SOT Arizona Land Title Building, Tucson, Arizona, prior to said dale. MRS. JOHN J. DURKIN STATE OF ARIZONA ) ) SS. County of Plma ) This Instrument was acknowledged before me this 2ith day of April, 1963, by MRS. JOHN J. DURKIN. My Commission expires November 30, 1964. NOTARY SEAL CLARISSE RANDALL Notary Public Publish: April 29, 30, May 1, 2, 3, 4, 1963 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PIMA In the Mailer of ihe Estate of CHARLES W. WEIS, Deceased No. 31726 NOTICE TO CREDITORS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to all creditors having claims against the above named decedent to present and file the same, together with the necessary vouchers, with the undersigned fiduciary within four months after the first publlca flon ol thli notice, at the place for th transaction of the business of said estate. In Plma County, Arizona, to-wit: In the offices of MURPHY i VINSON, 1015 Phoenix Title Building, Tucson, Arizona Dated: April 26, 1963. JAMES M. MURPHY _ , Executor Publish: April 29, May «, 13 and 20, 1963, at the request of MURPHY VINSON attorney! for Executor. BULK SALES NOTICE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that '.". " at)ers| 9n«l. LAMBERT KAUTEN- BURGER, doing business as "LIL ABNER'S," on Silverbell Road approximately one-half mile northwest of the Intersection of Silverbell Road and Cortaro Road, Tucson, Arizona, will sell, deliver, transfer and assign In a single transaction and nol In the regular course of business, on the I0fn day of May, 1963, at ten o'clock a.m. of said day, the w,,o,; ana all of the slock and fixtures In trade, accounts receivable and good will In and to said business located on Silverbell Road approximately one-half mile northwest of the Intersection of Silverbell Road and Cortaro Road, Tucson, Arizona. Persons having claims against said business are required lo file the jame with the necessary vouchers, ivilh W. T. HOLMES, Sff) Arizona Land Title Building, Tucsor,, Arizona, prior to said date. LAMBERT KAUTENBURGER STATE OF ARIZONA ) SS. Counly of Plma ) This Instrument was acknowledged be- 'ore me this 26th day of April, 1963, by LAMBERT KAUTENBURGER. My Commission expires: Mav 23, 1963. NOTARY SEAL W. T. HOLMES Notary Public 'ubllsh: April 29, 30, May 1, 2, 3, , 1943 They also completed a sweep of the swimming pool, v.. ; ng all 16 men's a n d women's swimming events and three of the four diving competitions. In swimming, they set Games records in all but one event--the women's 400 meter medley relay. They added four gold medals in rowing and two in shooting; won another baseball game, beating Venezuela 4-1; crushed Peru in men's basketball 104-56; beat Chile in women's basketball 57-37; won over Chile 3-1 in men's volleyball and scored victories in the Star and Flying Dutchman classes in the yachting competition. The Yanks apparently haven't a chance of overtaking Cuba in the round robin baseball tournament. The Cubans smashed the host Brazilian team 17-3 yesterday and got itself in- volved in a small riot. Brazilian spectators yelled "professionals, professionals" at the Cubans during the game. When the game was over, the fans and Cubans began swinging at each other with fists and baseball bats. One Cuban newsman'was belted across the nose with a bat. It was the first big melee of these hemispheric games, dedicated to good will among nations. ,300 FOR WINNER Luck Crowds Johnny Pott As Rodgers Wins In Texas SAN ANTONIO -- -Phil Rodgers won a glittering duel with Johnny Pott to capture the $30,000 Texas Open golf tourney yesterday and leave the crowd muttering about what might have been had a chip shot for a fairdie on the 17th hole been successful. Pott, who had shot the identical score for three rounds as Rodgers, 66-71-66, was a stroke behind as he came into 17. Rodgers, a 25- year-old belter from San Diego, already had finished with a 6-under-par 65, for 268 --a record for the 6,775-yard Oak Hills Country Club course. Pott was back on the fringe with his second shot on the par 4 hole. He chipped barely past the hole, then missed a 3-foot putt and took a bogey. So all he could do to even tie for the lead was shoot a hole-in-one on 18. He took a par for a final 270. Arnold Palmer, the defending champion and holder of the course record of 270 which Rodgers broke, made a bid in the final round and had he gotten an eagle on 15, where he had landed his third shot within six feet of the pin, might have made a race of it. He was six strokes behind starting the final round but SOUTHWESTERN RESULTS Results "in other flights of the Women's Southwestern Golf Association Tournament: Championship cons. -- Mrs. Robert Brandt, Ariz CC, def. Mrs. J. F. Martorl, Phoenix CC, 2 up. First flight--Mrs. William R. Hartord, Ariz. CC, def. Mrs. J. P. Donahue, PCC, 5 and 4. First cons.--Mrs. Herbert Kino, TCC, def. Mrs. Lester B. Curtis, Ariz. CC, 1 up. Second flight--Mrs. Raymond P. Oyler, TCC, def. Mrs..Harlan Davis, TCC, 4 and 2. Second, cons.--Mrs. H. W. Murphy, TCC, def. Mrs. J. L. Branon, PCC, 4 and 7. Third fltehf--Mrs. Jef. N. Jeffreys, Rio Membres CC, def. Mrs. H. Clay Rulter, Four Hills CC, 1 up. Third cons.--Mrs. Winston Glantz, Albuq. CC, def. Mrs. M. L. C. Caraway, Roswell CC, 4 and 2. Fourth flight--Mrs. C. A. Loe, Four Hills CC def. Mrs. C. C Cheshire, PCC, 1 up. Fourth cons.--Mrs. Jan Parker, Cobra Valley CC def. Mrs. Charles Stelneger, Skyline CC, 6 and 4. Fifth flight--Mrs. Mac Waldman, El Rio CC, def. Mrs. Ann Bell, PCC, 8 and 6. Fifth cons.--Mrs. Wiley Banes, Four Hills CC, def. Mrs. Glenn E. Johnson, PCC, 5 and 4. Sixth fllflht--Mrs. James B. Brown, Albuq. CC, def. D. C. Cole, Four Hills CC, 2 and 1. Sixth CODSOI.--Mrs. Langford Keith, Roswell CC, def. Mrs. Gordon Marfwon, TCC, 5 and 4. Seventh flight--Mrs. L. H. Van Spanck- eren. Aril. CC, def. Mrs. Clyde C. Cleveland, Albuq. CC, 6 and 5. Seventh cons.--Mrs. R. L. Van Dolah, Artesla CC, def. Mrs. A. J. S. Salter, OVCC, 3 and 2. Eighth flight--Mrs. Suzanne CareyTTCC, def. Mrs. George Rutherford, Albuq. CC, i and 4. Eighth cons.--Mrs. Keith Krcitner, TCC, def. Mrs. I. J. Kahn, El Paso CC, 2 and Ninth flioht--Mrs. George Dungan, Coronado CC, def. Mrs. Fred Busby, TCC, S and 7. Ninth cons.--Mrs. Robert Scott, International Golf and CC, def. Mrs, J. R. Newman, TCC, 1 up 19 holes. Lame Duck event--First low gross Mrs. James Johnson, ERCC; second Jow Bfoss, Mrs. Fred A. Crawford, Rio Membres CC; First low net--Mrs. L. E. White, Four Hills CC; second low net--Mrs. Leon Dumbrowskl, TCC. Driving contest--Class A--Miss Judy Loftfield, Arlr. CC; Class B--Mrs. Gilbert Jovaux, Cobra Valley CC; Class C-Mrs. William J. Vaughan, TCC. Putting contest--Class A--Mrs. Wllllem White, PCC; Class B--Mrs. L. C. Jacobson, PCC; Class C--Mrs. John McCluns, 3699 E. BROADWAY--EL CON SHOPPING CENTER MONTGOMERY WARD 3 day only MONDAY-TUESDAY-WEDNESDAY SPECIAL MOTOR TUNE-UP OFFICIAL ARIZONA INSPECTION STATION MOST CARS SIX CYLINDER EIGHT CYLINDER had just banged a-couple of birdies and was going for the eagle. But he missed and that wiped out chances for one of his noted clutch finishes. Palmer had a 67 for 276 and tied for ninth, winning $1,050. Palmer, who was trying for his fourth straight Texas Open to set a PGA tour record, said he could never get his irons straightened out. He has been in a mild slump for a month and said erratic iron play was the reason. Rodgers is idle this week, not being eligible for the Tournament of Champions at Las Vegas. Phil Rodaers ... Johnny Pott Jack Fleck Bruce Cramotart . Bobby Nichols ... Bob Ourfen Jerry Steelsmlth . Gene Bone Arnold Palmer ... Doug Sanders .. Tommy Bolt Juan Rodriguez . Frank Luke . Frank Beard . Miner Barber Ray Floyd ... Moon Mulllrs Randy Cover . Henry Ranson Jack .Burke Jr. Gardner Dickinson Dave Raaan Mason Rudolph . Ken Still Jim Dowllng 66-71-64-45-- 348 44-71-M-47-- 270 «9-67-70-44-- 272 . . 69-71-W-69-- 114 ..72-68-«7-«8-- 275 . 68-70-48-69--275 . 70-68-49-68-- 275 . 71-68-70-67-- 57* . 68-7J-M-70-- 276 . 67-71-70-69-277 . 70-66-70-47--277 . 75-4J-67-67-778 . 68-48-71-71-278 . 67-70-67-72--278 . 49-75-66-69--779 . 67-73-70-69--279 . 72-69-68-70--279 . 68-71-67-73--279 . 7 1-7! -66-72-- J80 68-72-68-792-280 . 69-70-73-69--28! , 68-73-70-70--281 . 67-72-69-73--281 . 63-72-48-73-- 2B1 J4,300 3,000 2,000 1,400 1,600 1,300 1,300 1,300 ",050 1,050 925 925 800 800 800 650 650 650 650 530 530 410 410 410 410 SPORTS CLIPPINGS From Wire Services The National Basketball Association opens a three- day meeting today that will approve the shift of the Chicago team to Baltimore, draft the top college stars and possibly name a new commissioner . . . Duke's Art Heyman is almost sure to be drafted by the New York Knicks while the league owners will go b e h i n d closed doors to find a replacement for 73-year-old commissioner Maurice Podoloff, who is reportedly ready to retire . . . Alex Karras* wrestling career is about as uncertain as his football future--and he feels he's taking a bum rap in both after being suspended from the gridiron for a year arid losing an exhibition match with Dick The Bruiser Saturday night . . . Mnrllynn Smith and Mickey Wright go after the $1,300 in prize money and the Women's Titleholders Golf Championship title today in an 18-hole playoff after finishing regulation play tied with 292's . . . The California Bombers, who lost the classic team title by 15 pins in last year's American Bowling Congress Tournament, annexed this year's title with the same score they had last year . . . Tom Hennessey, w i n n e r of the classic all- events and singles, and Bus Oswalt in regular all-events and doubles, were the only bowlers to annex two titles . .· .A. J. Foyt, with three wins in three different cars, may be on his way to his best year ever in car-racing circles . . . Milt Pappas spiked in the right ankle Saturday, was left home today when the Orioles left for an eight- game road trip starting at Minnesota . . . Detroit's Red Wings have purchased the Pittsburgh H o r n e t s of the American Hockey League in hopes of finally producing a winner . . . The Gulf South Classic will, return to the four-team format' it started with 10 years ago next season . . . This year's tournament, slated for Dec. 27-28, will match Tennessee, Mississippi, Arkansas and host Centenary . . . TODAY'S I \SISM T 3 ^» SPECIAL? 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