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20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1963 [?' -ii When you say that to an Evinrude driver, hang on. It's instant power. You don't have to wind up an Evinrude to make it GO. Some "horses'* need a ruu- fiing start. Evinrude "horses" don't. Horsepower is -what you start with. Torque is what you use. An Evinrude is a high- torque engine. A bigger part of its power is used for acceleration. Automobiles have it to scoot you away when the light turns green. Airplanes depend on it to lift you into the blue.. Marine engines need it to get over the "planing hump." To pull skiers out without arm-wearying tows. To handle loads. To run against wind or sea. High-torque power gets you Up "ori plane" without strain. A high-torque engine is a alow-turning engine. A slow. turning engine is a smooth engine. It's quiet. And it lasts a long, long time. Any disadvantages? Sure. We don't burn up the lacing circuit the way we used to when we made a special line of low-torque, high rpm racing engines. We don't sell as many spare parts, either. But we do offer you a two- year warranty. NEW YORK--#--Printed programs for college varsity sports traditionally carry earn rosters providing such 'aiiiable information as: Wt. Ht. Age Class Butch Fatback 240 6-1 21 Sr. Now an additional column will have to be added, giving "igures like these: "34-22-34" These, of course, represent vital statistics of the other-or so-called weaker sex, and, et's face it, we're going to be dealing with them on an in- creasing scale in the coming years. Now that sports have cracked the color line, their next step apparently is to breach the petticoat line. The Southeastern Conference took the initiative recently--quietly and with collective blush--by announcing that henceforth coeds would be allowed to compete on varsity athletic teams. The act didn't set a precedent but it brought the matter into the broad daylight, and (34-22-34) Look got tired athletic " directors thinking about what vigorous athletic directors had been thinking about all the time-^ girls. - '' ' ' At Tulane, Martha Leyeritt and Pam Hayes, a pair of shapley mermaids, went out for the. swimming team and triggered a stampede for the university pool. Miss Leveritt swam in two meets in the 200-yard freestyle. She didn't score any points but, as one observer commented, "She upset the concentration of the opposition." Pam is a freshman breaststroker -- Tulane's secret weapon for next year. The University of Kentucky gave a varsity college scholarship to a petite par-breaker named Mary ~Lou Daniel; Neighboring, Centre College has a freshman, Sue Stafford, who has won three of her four varsity tennis matches. At Louisville, Martha Aulbach posted a 5-2 record and Elizabeth ' Cravy 6-3 against males in varsity tennis. Then Vaulter May Break Mark BERKELEY, Calif.--CD --San Jose State track coach Bud Winter has a man he says will pole vault more than 28 feet in a meet Saturday, In the pole vault, for distance, that is. Winter told Northern California track and field writers yesterday that Jeff Chase dug into some dusty record books and found a top mark of 28 feet 2 inches in the vault for distance by Platt Adams in New York on Oct. 31, 1910. "Chase has never tried the vault for distance before," said Winter. "But we'll just knock out the back of the pit, put in some extra foam rubber and sawdust and let him try. He shouldn't have much trouble setting a record." Baugh Has New Position TULSA, Okla.-- WW--Sammy Baugh was named an assistant football coach of the University of Tulsa yesterday. Glenn Dobbs, Tulsa athletic director and head coach, said t is not yet known if Baugh will work only during football season or in a full-time capacity. The former great college and professional passer should fit in with the Tulsa football program. Tulsa last year led the nation in passing offense. WRESTLING TONIlt SPORTS CENTER 700 W. Congress TUES.. April 30th, 8:30 LOTARIO vs, MAD MOGOL PLUS 4 BIG MATCHES Henor Guest Sheriff Wtlden V. Burr Ringside «.M Adm.tl.54 Child T« --Citizen Photo MEDALIST Mrs. Raymond A d k i n s shot an 85 yesterday to score medal honors in the El Rio Women's Club Championship tournament. The tournament winds up Thursday. Rumors Have Not Affected Alston's Sleep NEW YORK--MV-Walt Alston may feel like a man .vith an axe hanging over his head, but is he losing any leep over it? Not so you can tell it/the balding, harassed manager of the Los Angeles Dodgers insisted after his team Topped its fourth in a row ast night, bowing to the New York Mets at the Polo Grounds 4-2. "How does it feel to read hat you're on the griddle and that you may be fired at any minute?" the normally quiet- poken former school teacher said in the tense Dodger dressing room after the game. SPORTS RESULTS BOXING LONDON, Ont.--George Chuvalo, 207, Detroit, stopped Chlco Gardner, 187'Ai Chicago, 4. NEW ORLEANS -- Ralph Dupas, 151, New Orleans, outpointed Denny Moyer, 154, Portland, Ore., 15. Dupas wins world lunlor middleweight title. SYDNEY--Ollle Taylor, Australia, out- pointed Gene Aragon, Philippines, 12. Welterweights. CARDIFF, Wales -- Howard Wlnstone, Wales, stopped Gracluez Lampertl, France, 8. Featherweights. TOKYO--Rockey Alade, 145%, Philippines, stopped Shell Kawaauchi, 14516, Japan, 5. FRESNO, C«lhV-Gab« Terronez, 147, Fresno, knocked out Chlco Stantos, 1«, Oakland, Calif., 4. GOLF AUGUSTA, Ga.--Marllyrm Smith woo the Women's Titleholders championship with a 72 for one-stroke victory over defending champion Mickey Wright In in 18-hole playofi. RACING NEW YORK--St. Tropez J3.70 won ttw Roman PurM at Aqueduct for his third In a row. BOSTON--Pfstol W. J».20 won Winches ter Purse at Suffolk Downs by a head over Starlade. CHICAGO--Pony Tall S)3.K won feature at Sportsman's Park. LOUISVILLE--Acquales $11 took head liner at Churchill Downs. SAN MATEO, Calif.--Devil's Melody $10.20 won feature at Bay Meadows by a nose over Vegas Hilda. 70NKERS, N.Y.--Fine Time'512.30 beat Malor Discovery In feature pace at Yonkers Raceway. WILMINGTON, Del. -- Clint Hodglns, famed, harness racing driver, suffered a fracture of the right hand . in -hors« spill at Brandywlne Raceway where Stanley Dancer reined four winners. IS YOUR REFRIGERATION UNIT ^ IN GOOD OPERATING CONDITION TO MEET M SUMMER HEAT? lTM Our Experts Are Ready To Serve You At Sensible Prices. Drive In Today or Call MA 3-4791 -O Jerald J. Mason RIDE IN COOL, SHADY COMFORT AUTO S H A D E S C R E E N S NEW IDLER "ROOFLINE" ROLL-UP MODELS . For All Sedans, Hardtopt, »tvf Station Wagoo*- EXCLUSIVE Automatic Self Hold Down **" Mo Poor Hook Up Momwry-SolM * KflfS OUT U DKkZU DIRECT I'JN HEAT if tJUMITJ COOO VISUIUTY - KEMOVIS OtAHi if sorrem AIR STUIAM WITH WINDOW* onu * HIM UPHOUTMY IKOM fABINO 210 E. BROADWAY MAMTtl "WELL, I'll tell you-- I don't ike it a doggone bit. But am staying awake nights, rying about it? I certainly am not. I have no apologies to make to · anybody. My conscience is clear." During the past several weeks, the baseball market las been flooded .with reports -- many of them unofficial -that the Los Angeles team is rent with dissention and that Alston is on the verge of los- ng his job to his coach, Leo Durocher. The reports reached such Jack Takes Big Lead Into Vegas DUNEDIN, Fla.--Uft--Jack Nicklaus carries a substantial lead in the PGA'a money- winning competition into the $60,000 Tournament of Champions at Las Vegas, Nev. this week. Nicklaus, who didn't compete in last week's $30,000 Texas open at San Antonio, las $39,715 in official money winnings, the PGA reports. The list of top 10 shows Gary Player in second place with $29,302 and Tony Lema in third with $27,196. Neither competed in San Antonio. fiut Arnold Palmer did, and ;he $1,050 he picked up for his sixth place finish, moved iiim a little closer to Lema. Palmer now has official winnings of $26,075. Rounding out the list: Bill Casper Jr. $17,141; Dan Sikes Jr. $15,547; Julius Boros $15,525; Bob Charles $14,607; Phil Rodgers, winner of the Texas Open, $13,661; and Doug Sanders $13,250. SPRING SPORTS COLLEGE Western Athletic Conferrac* Arizona 3, Los Angeles State 2 Others USC 10-1, Santa Clara 1-4 Grambllng 7, Paul Qulnn 1 Richmond 9, The Citadel 5 (« Innings rain) Tufts 4, Boston University · Bates 4, Miami 0 Northeastern 4, Boston College 1 Oregon 2, Idaho 2 Seton Hall 12, Falrlelgh Dickinson 10 LSU 8, Miss., State 4 (12 Innings) Arkansas 9, Syracuse 7 Loyola, New Orleans S, Centenary ^ Pacific, Ore., 10, Whitman, Wash., Groza Inks Pact CLEVELAND --iffi-- Lou (The Toe) Groza, who sets a National Football L e a g u e scoring record every time he kicks a point, has signed his 1963 contract with the Cleve land Browns. ·roportions 'that Buzzie Ba- ·asi, the Dodgers' genera! manager, found it necessary o call a closed meeting of he players and warn them against criticizing their boss. BAVASI acknowledged that complaints had come from some of the players and that Durocher had passed along some of the gripes. "I don't want them telling me'who should manage the club," Bavasi said. Later, Bob Kennedy, head coach of the Chicago Cubs, predicted that Alston would ose his job if he lost a game during, a recent series. The Dodgers lost the game but Alston kept his job. Kennedy reportedly sent Alston an apology. Relations between Alston and Durocher reportedly have jecome so strained that Durocher has moved his locker rom the manager's private enclosure at Los Angeles. Invisible icicles seemed to drop from their ears when Alston and Durocher dressed after last night's game. Not a word passed between them although their dressing quarters were almost adjoining in the j?olo Grounds' visitors locker room. DUROCHER calmly combed lis thinning hair while Alston, less than three feet away, answered the reporters' post- ;ame grilling. The veteran Los Angeles manager's face r e d d e n e d when .the subject of team dissension and job security was wrought up. ; "Who says I'm in danger of losing my job?" Alston asked belligerently. "Not my sosses. Just some newspapermen. Why ask me about it? Ask them." At this point, Bill Skowron, former Yankee and one of the newest of the Dodgers, broke i. "ITS a stupid thing to talk to this man about," he said. ; 'Why don't you knock it off." Alston, 6-foot-2 and 210 pounds with little excess fat, refused to duck the issue. "If you want to know whether all this tripe bothers me, the answer is yes," he said. "You can't help being disturbed when you keep reading about it. "If you want to know whether it's affected my managing, the answer is no. I feel I'm doing as good a job as a man can do." Alston said it wasn't the rash of rumors affecting the Dodgers as much as injuries to,key players. "FIRST it was Maury Wills and Skowron," he said. "Then Tommy Davis and Sandy Koufax." Wills, the record - setting base stealer, was out with a bad leg. Skowron has a bruised right thumb. Davis, the National League's cham- pior hitter, has been in the hospital with a thigh ailment. Koufax, his ace pitcher, is sidelined with a sore shoulder. "We'll be all right when Tommy and Sandy get back," Alston said, indicating he expected to still be around. the opposition itarted protesting. Their complaint was that it created an awkward situation in dressing room facilities. The real trouble, someone said, was the gals' blistering forehands. Carol Hanks, the No. 12- ranked woman tennis player in thfc United. States, plays the second varsity position for Washington University of St. Louis, constantly clobbering her male opponents, and next year Athletic Director Harry Burrus says he hopes to have another ranking woman player -- Justina Bricka, ninth nationally. One of the best players on the Memphis State tennis varsity is a girl named Bonnie Dondeville but the University of Mississippi refused to play against her. Nancy Devlin won three of her four matches at Marietta, Ohio, College and then was denied a varsity letter because of a rule limiting letters to bona fide male undergraduates." "THIS IS a violation of women's rights -- unconstitutional," pouted one modern champion of women's rights. Women on varsity sports teams are not entirely new. Pat Lesser, former National Women's Amateur champion, played No. 1 on the Seattle golf team back in the 1950s. MAJOR LEAGUE BOX SCORES NATIONAL LEAGUE Met* 4, Dodgers 2 LOt ANOILM ** r hrM Wllli.ts NIW YORK ak r hrM 49 2 0 Hlckm*nf 4 I 1 \ GIIHanUta 4 0 0 0 Hunt,2b 3 0 2 0 W.Dtyfi,ef 1 0 1 0 ln|d*r,rf 1 0 0 1 How»rd,rf 3 1 J 0 c-Cook,rf 0 0 o o F»lrly,tf 4 1 1 0 Toom»»,W 4 0 « 0 ROMb»ro,c 4 0 0 9-Ce4*man,c 0 0 0 0 Jkowron.lb 3 8 t 1 Kran'p'Mb 3 1 2 0 OIIV»r,2b 3 0 . 0 0 Hodo«,lb 1 0 0 0 tf-MMn 1 -Hit Into force pity for . 0 0 0 NtiMb 4 1 1 . Mlll*r,p 3 0 0 0 Moran,w 4 0 2 0 Ro«buck,« 0 0 0 0 N.Sh*rry,c 1 0 0 0 «-T.Bayf» t 0 0 0 i-Thron'b'y 0 0 0 0 b-Kart«hl,H 0 1 0 0 Crtlc.P 3 0 0 0 Totals 33 2 7 1 Total* V) 4 »~2 ·--Walked for N. Sh*rrv In 7th) b--Ran for Thron*berry In 7mj e--Ran for Snider In 7th; i*--Hit Into forx» pity for Otlvtr In 9thi In 9th. LOS ANGELES 020 000 000--2 HEW YORK 100000 Xx-4 E--Mor«n. PO-A-Lo* Ang*!n 24-14, Los New York 27-13, DP--Gllllam, Oliver and Skowron 2; Roieboro and Oliver; Hunt, Moran and Kraoepool. LOB--Los Anaeles 7, Naw York t. 28--W. Divls, Krentpoo), Hunt, Howard. \P H R KR BB SO Miller ( L , W).... * 7 3 3 3 4 Roebuck 2 J 1 ) 2 2 Craig ( W , 2-J).... 9 7 2 2 2 7 HBP--By Craig, Howard. WP--Mlller. B»lk--Grain, Roebuck. U--Varao, Harvey, Weyer, Barllck. T--J:4i. A--23,494. Giants 4, Phils 3 SAN FRANCISCO PHILADELPHIA ib r h rbl ab r h rbl Hill*r,5b 3 0 0 1 Taylor,2b 5 0 0 0 DavenptJb 2 0 0 0 Calllson.rf 5 0 0 Alfltano,3b 1 0 0 0 Gonzalez,c) 4 V 2 0 Mayi.cf 4 1 1 0 Covlngtn.lf 4 0 1 1 Janet Hopps and Maureen Driscoll were on the tennis team. Grace Lenczyk played varsity golf at Stetson and Mary Slaughter, whose dad was an All-America football star, was a tennis star at Virginia and. later West Virginia. But the most disquieting news comes from down Maryr land- West Virginia way. Marilee Hohmann is rated the third best shooter on West Virginia's rifle team which ranked fourth in the nation. And Maryland has three girls -- Jean Hayes, Ruth Coile and Pat Sanford, on the varsity rifle squad that won the national shoot-off this year. A SOUTHERN athlete who went North to play football a t f. ew years ago was asked how it felt being on the same team with a certain highly- rated Negro halfback. "I'll tell you," the Dixie dandy drawled. "I'd rather be playing with him than against McCovey.lf 4 3 1 0 bemetr.lb Cepeda.lb 4 1 3 1 Hosk,3b Alou.rf Bailey ,c Haller.c Pagan.ss F!sher,p 3 1 1 0 4 1 2 0 4 1 1 0 Dalryple.c 3 0 1 0 3 1 1 1 a-Slevers 1 0 0 0 OldU.c 4 0 0 0 Wlne,ss 4 0 1 1 McLlsh,? Kltpsteln.p b-Amaro 1 1 0 0 '0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 man and Oioorne. L0»--W«hln«ton 1, 03 Anotlej 5. JB--Torres,, Rudolph, BrlHkman, HR-. Thomwj Hlrrton. , · · . . !» H R IK Hi SO Rudolph (W, 1-2) . . . 9 I 3 3 1 4 xTurley (L, 0-3) Navarre Morgan x-- Faced men tn HBP-- Wagner 4 4 4 1 1 3 1 2 0 1 1 2 4. J 2 0 » it-,* sth. -By Moraan Kin*, by Rudolph . WP-Navarro, Woman. U-Chy ·k, Rice, Valentine, McKlni«v, T-2:0». Angels 13, Nats 8 SECOND OAMK WASHINGTON LOSANSILES ik r h bi 2 1 1 0 Freeo«1,» 3 1 1 0 L.Thms.lb 3 1 0 0 Wasn«r,lf a b r f t k l 5 1 3 1 4 1 1 2 3 2 2 2 3 2 2 1 King ,rt o-'.ock.rf Mlnoto.K . . _ . , .. Hlnton,3i 4 2 3 1 B.Sd'skl,2b 4 1 1 1 0»born«,lb 5 0 2 3 Torrts,3b 2 0 1 1 Retiler,c 2 1 0 0 d-KoPpe^b 0 1 0 0 8BUdln,P . 1 0 0 0 G.Thmi.rf 4 2 2 2 Hannan.p 0 0 6 0 Klrkptrik* 5 1 1 1 Danlels.p 0 0 0 0 Lee.p Dckwrth,n 0 0 0 0 Grba,p Cottler,2b 4 1 1 0 Nelson.p BrnXmn.is 3 0 0 0 e-Moran Stnhouse.p 1 0 0 0 f-Rodstrs a-Phllllps 0 0 0 1 Fowler,* Qulrk.p 0 0 0 0 c-Schmlt,c 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 1 0 1 1 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 Totals 34 4 I 4 Totals 36 310 3 a-Grounded out for Dalrymple In Bth; b-Sicrlfked for Kllppsteln In 9th. SAN FRANCISCO 031 000 006-4 PHILADELPHIA 020 010 000-3 e -- McLlih, Wine. PO-A -- San Fran. Cisco 27-10, Philadelphia 27-13. DP--Tay lor. Wine and Demsler. LOB -- San Francisco 5, Philadelphia S; 2B--Cepeda, Fisher, Gortialez Coving ton. 38--Mays. S--Amaro. SF--Killer. IP H R ER SB SO Fisher (W, 1-2) . . . » 10 3 3 0 4 McLlih (L, 0-3) ... 2W 5 4 2 0 1 Kllppsteln 4% 3 0 0 1 3 HBP--By Fisher, DemeteK PB--Hulter. U-- Landes, Sudol, Formin, Gorman, T-2:42. A-8,233. AMERICAN LEAGUE Nats 9, Angels 3 FIRST GAME WASHINGTON LOS ANGELES ab r h rbl ab r h rtl Totals 34 S 9 j Totals 35131412 a--Sacrificed tor Stenhouse In 4thl c Struck out for Quirk In. ithi d--Ran for Torres In 7thj *--Singled lor Nelson If? 7th,- f--Ran for Moran In 7lh. WASHINGTON 000500300--8 LOS ANGEliES Ill 020 61X-13 E--Lock 2,' Quirk, G. Thomas. PO-A-Washington 34-12, Los Angeles 27-1. OP-Osborne, Brlnhman and Cottier. LOB-- Weshlngton 4, Los Angeles II. 2B--G. Thomas, Cottier, King, Os borne. 3B--L. Thomas. SB--Pearson, Colder, Brlrikman. S--Mlnoso, SF--Phil' llpi, B. Sadowtkl, L. Thomas, Torres, If H R EH BB SO Stenhous* 3 5 3 3 3 3 Quirk 2 1 2 0 1 0 y-Bouldln 1 3 2 2 0 1 z-Hannsn L. 0-1 ... 0 2 3 3 1 0 Daniels Vb 1 1 1 . 2 0 Duckworth 1% 2 2 2 3 1 x-Lee 3 4 5 5 1 2 Grba Vi 0 0 0 2 0 Nelson W, 1-0 3'A 4 3 2 J 4 Fowler '. 1 1 0 0 0 1 X--Faced 5 men In 4lnj 1--Faced 2 men In 7th; z--Faced 3 men ' n 7!n ' HBP-By Lee (Mlnoso). WP-Grba, Lee, Hannan. U--Rice, Valentine, Me- Kenile, Chylak. T--3:11. A--7,059. Heriall.cf 5 1 1 0 Fregos1,ss 2 2 0 0 Koppe,/l) him. You might say the same about the girls, Titleholders Winner Says She's 'Ready' AUGUSTA, Ga.--(#)--After winning her first major golf tournament in 14 years as a professional, blue-eyed .Marilynn Smith says she is ready to get down to business and make the game pay off. . "This is the fastest start I've ever had," she said after winning the Women's Titleholders Championship in a playoff yesterday. "I feel that this year I'm going to see if I can make it pay off." Trailing by three strokes after 13 holes, the Tequesta, Fla., pro made a remarkable comeback on the difficult back side of the Augusta Country Club course. She sank an eight-foot putt on the 18th green to defeat defending champion Mickey Wright by one stroke. They were tied with 292 totals after 72 holes of regulation play. Miss Smith won $1,300 for her first place and Miss Wright, of Dallas, received $1,000. Klne.rf Mlnoso,If . _ . . ... . Hlnton,3b 5 2 2 3 Torres,3b Osborne,lb 5 1 1 0 Wssner.lf 4 0 1 0 4 0 1 1 4 0 3 1 Leppert.c Cottler,2b 4 1 1 0 G.Thoms,rf 4 1 3 2 5 0 1 0 Hunt.cf 4 0 0 0 Brlnkmn,sj 3 1 1 2 E:Sdwskl,c 3 1 0 0 - · - · - - - - - - - Q O O 0 1 0 Rudolph,? 3 0 1 I Turley.p Navarro,p aMorarf Morsan,p V O 0 0 0 0 0 0 TOTALS M » » · TOTALS 33 3 I 3 WASHINGTON · 002040003--? LOS ANGELES 001 002 000--3 E--Navarro, G. Thomas. PO-A--Washington 27-!4, Los Angeles 27-14. DP-Koppe, L. Thomas and Freoosl; Brankman. Cottier and Osborne; Cottier, Brank- Injury Sidelines Detroit Slugger DETROIT -- UPI -- First baseman Norm Cash will be out of the Detroit Tiger line up for several days because of an ankle injury. Cash was sent to Detroi Osteopathic Hospital for treatment to prevent infec tion from spreading. He was hit on the ankle by a foul tip in New York 10 days ago ant aggravated the injury Satur day. Cm :* 9mti» {BUDGET ffffNr-4-CA* [SYSTfM 2901 Miracle Mile Strip, MA 3-9933 wn Face Competition ··· ··;. · v. -*! .;: · · ; . . . --f v. PHILADELPHIA -^UPI- The Philadelphia Eagles said yesterday "half a dozen persons or groups are genuinely nterested" and competing with ousted.Cleveland;Brown.s optbal.l coach Paul Brown to buy the National League franchise here, 's Eagles President Frank McNamee and Michael O'Neill, authorized, by :the , stockholders more than a week ago to sell the club for $4.55 mil- ion, said Brown has "shown ;he same interest as Before" n buying the team. · McNamee told a news conference called to explain the status of the team's proposed sale that Brown contacted lim after returning from a Florida trip and "reiterated what he said previously, that is interested in buying the team. . ." The Eagles president' said Brown "himself is making no statements; He's staying out of the press." · McNamee said he has talked with Herbert Harness, Warrington, Pa., a real estate v developer, who is also interested in buying the club and "will talk to other pebpl." Barness offered $4.5 million for the Eagles the day it was decided to sell and since has increased it by $50,000 to meet the price set at the stockholders meeting; ; BOWLERS SUMMER and FALL LEAGUES NOW FORMING Men's, Women's Mixed Handicap and ScratchContact: George Prlne* AX 6-2363 c . DIAMOND PIN LANES 22nd ST. AT KOLB RD. DOCTOR'S DILEMMA Rex Morgan in the CITIZEN LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thit sealed bids will be received In fh« office of lh« PIma County Purchasing Agent, OSJ So. Kh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, UP to 10:00 a.m. April 30, 1963, for the following: BID-- B-# 2333-- Cover tuminous Surface. Material f»r Bi. To furnish PIma County Highway Department with Cover tumlnous Surface as called for by PIma Material for 01 per specification! County. Opening of the Bid-- B-*J333 will be at 10:00 a m.. April 30, 1«3, In the office of the PIma County Purchasing Agent 2155 So. Ith Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bid may be procured from the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2155 So. Ith 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 walv* any -Irregularities or Informalities in the bids or bidding. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this Uth.day of April, 1943. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors Plma County, Arizona. Publish: Tucson Dally Citizen April 1?, 20, VI, 23, U 25, U, 27, 19 and 30, 1943. DO YOU REMEMBER? North Stone-MA 2-4M1 Park « t Aivernon-EA 5-S234 E. «th »SS S. Campbell--MA 2-486* 5 YEARS AGO . MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., April 30, 1958--Former University of Arizona pitching star Don Lee owns a 3-0 record with Charleston in the American Association after going all the way in a 9-5 win over Minneapolis. 10 YEARS AGO LOS ALAMITOS, N. M., April 30, 1953 -- Rukin String's s t r e a k of 10 straight victories was broken when Bardella won the $3,000 Miss Princess Stakes. The longshot winner was bred at Art Pollard's Lightning A Farm in Tucson. 15 YEARS AGO TUCSON, April 30, 1948 --Jimmy Dye and Sam Lindamood led Tucson High's tennis team to a 7-0 shutout victory over North Phoenix. New Dragster Makes DeJbut PHOENIX --UPI-- Another jet-powered dragster will appear at Arizona Raceway Saturday in the first night drag-racing event of the current season. The machine, known as the "Untouchable," is owned by Romeo Palamides of Oakland, Calif. NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS The Board of Supervisors of the County of Plma, Arizona, will receive sealed bids for the construction of the Rllllto River Bridge at North Campbell Avenue. Sealed pest and vermin control lor B period of xte (1) year, bea'nnlna July 1, 1943 to ind Including Juna 30, 1944, a* per ipwl- Icatlons called for by Plma County, open- ng of the Bio--B-S23M will b* at 11:00 i.m., May 14, 1943 In the office of the 'Ima County Purchasing Agent, 2855 So. th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. BID--B-«i337-X-R»V Film, Solutions ind Associated Supplies To furnish Plma County with, X-Ray : llm, Solutions and Associated Supplies or a period of one (1) vear, beglnnlna uly 1, 1943 to and Including June 30, 944 for the Pima County Hospital and he PIma County Health Department, as per specifications called for by Plma .ounty. Openlno of the Bid--B-02337 will be at 11:30 a.m., May 14, 1943 In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Aaent, 2955 So. Sth Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to v th* aforesaid lds may be procured from th* office of .h* Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2»55 10. 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona, 3idder shall be required to furnish a suf- Iclent Bid and Performance Bond acceptable to the Board of Supervisors. The Board of Supervisors reserves the riant fo relect any or all bids for any reason whatsoever or to waive any Irregularities or Informalities In the bids or bltfdlnq. DONE BY ORDER of the Board of Supervisors this 23rd day of April, 1943. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors ,, ui, ,. plm " county. Arizona Publish: Tucson Dally Citizen April 24, 27, 29, 30, May 1, 2, 3, 4, 4 and 7, 1943 bids will Clerk of cated In be received at the office of the the the Tucson, Arizona, up to May 4, 19i:. Board of Supervisors, lo- Plrna County Courthouse, 11:00 A.M. on The work, which !s located at the North Campbell Avenue crossing of the Rllllto River, approximately 1.25 miles north of East Fort Lowell Road, Tucson, Arizona, consists of th* construction of a six span, prestressed concrete, girder- slab bridge. The work, to be completed by October 4, 1943, consists of the following estimate: »,100 Cubic Yards Drainage Excavation tM Cubic Yards Structural Excavation 751 Lin. Feet Metal Handrail (C. I. P.) 207 Cubic Yards Class "D" CoflCrot* (C. I. f.) 2U Each Concrete Bank Protection Units (C. I. P.) Eac 9* Each Presfressed Concrete Deck Units (C. I, P.) 23,909 Lbs. Reinforcing Steer (Ban) (C. I. P.) Furnishing and Driving Concrete · Piles iSfeel Cylinder Type) (C.I. P.) JS Lin. Feet Cutoff Concrete Piles (Steel Cylinder Type) Driving Railroad Rails (C. I. P.) All railroad rails will be furnished by Plma County, F.O.B. lobslte. Proposal, plans and specification! may be obtained at the office of the Plma County Engineer, 1313 South Mission Road, Tucion, 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 8, 1943 The Board reserves ttw right to relfrc any and all bids or to waive arty Irregularities, or Informalities, In any bl or In the bidding. DONE BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS this 56th day o MirCh ' 19 E*LSA B. HANNA, Clerk Board of Supervisors PIma County, Arizona Publish; April 25, U, 27, 79 and 30th, and May 1, 2, 3 and 4th, 1943. BIDS VEf ...In the of tha LEGAL NOTICE NOTICE OF CALL FOR BIDS The board of Supervisors of Plma County, Arizona will receive sealed bids for the construction of the Guard Rail along Kltt Peak Observatory Road. Sealed bids will be received at the office of the Clerk of the Board 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 the Kltt ·eak Observatory Road, approximately 40 miles west of Tucson, Plma County, Arizona, consuls of the furnishing and Ai.i.i n "?° J lnea J If*' ot Galvanized Metal Road Guard--Beam Type--com Plete with post and end sections, is!-. e W 2 rl 5t to be completed by Juty 31, 1943, and th* approximate quantities are as follows: 332 each Panels 25 feet long orl each Posts and Brackets 27 pr End Sections Propojsl, plans and specifications may Je obtained at the offfce of the PlmL "unty Engineer, 1313 South Mlssftn .in'A Tucsgn, Arizona. There will be a *"£ r C e h f a un fl d e ed f °[f fe YA ^cllfc'.fe '^'SKa "°' '·'.!/ IS." »nm. Publish: ELSA. B HANNA, Cl Board of Supervisors Plrna County, Arizona ! A fi''..?·»'.»!. ». » . · and May 1, 2, and 30th snd m, ip NOTICE Of NOTICE IS H sealed bids will b* received _. flee of th* Plma County Purchasing Aoent, 2855 So. Ith Avenue, Tucson, Arl zona up^to 10:00 a.m.. May 14, for In* BID--B'-«2334--Complete Overhaul and Maintenance of Typtwrlterj . To furnish Plma county with complett overhaul and maintenance of typewriter for a period of one (1) year, beqlnnlno: July 1, 1943 to and Including Ju 19W for approximately, one hunon eight (106) manually ·· operated wrfrm presenthr Irt vu In various . County deparMients. Opefllna of tht Bid --B-*23J4 will be at 10:00 a.m., May'14, 19*3 In the offlc* of the Plma County Purchasing .Aoeot, 7155 So. llh Aveno*, and Whol* Whc«t ~'fo"furnlsh Plm* County Hospital, Plma County Juvenile Detention Home and Plma County Jail .Kitchen with on* j day old br«*d for.a MrWT of en*. ^11 ype- year, bealnnfnq Jul dud I no June 30, 1944 as lions called for by P!ma Inq of the ntd-;B-»23aS 1', 1943 Jo and.... - - ipecltlea- nfy-, Q?en: May 14, 1941 In the office of the " " So. a.m., May 14, 1941 In the offlc Plm* County Purchasing AMnlt Sth. Avenue, Tucson, A.'!zo«a. BID -n-»7JM-- com»l«t« ) Verrnlii Pttt BULK SALES NOTICE .NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN ths! the, undersigned, LAMBERT KAUTEN BURGER, (Joins business as "L1L AB NER'S," on Sllverbell Road approximate ly one-half mile northwest of the Intersection of Sllverbell Road and Corfaro Road, Tucson, Arizona, will sell, deliver transfer and assign In a single transac tlon and not In the regular course of business, on the loth day of May, 1943 at ten o'clock a.m. of said day, the whole and all of the stock and fixtures In trada, accounts receivable and geot will In and to said business located en Sllverbell Road approximately on*-hal mile northwest of the Intersection of Sllverbell Road and Corlaro Road, Tuc ion, Arizona. Persons having claim against said business are required U file the same with the necessary vouch «rs, with W. T. HOLMES, 509 Arlzon Land Till* Building, Tu«on, Arizona prior to said data. LAMBERT KAUTENBURGER STATE OF ARIZONA ) ) SS. County of Plma , ) This Instrument wai acknowledged before me this 241h day of April, 1913, by LAMBERT KAUTENBURGER. My Commlsjlon expires: May 23; 1943 NOTARY SEAL « W. T. HOLMES Notary Public Publish: April 29, 30, May T, 2, 3, 4, 1943 HoTc'E^i^H^W^y j*alel bids will be received In ?!-- lne p !n» County "purchailnq A»«n Sj. Ith Avenuo, Tucson, Arizona u 0:00 a.m., May 14, )9*3 for th* to !--Photographic Recofdlnq Paper, Developer, Fixe ·r^ ·. , .. -rTM 1 O»velop«r Replenish* T6 furnish Pfma County Recorder's O iVIth Photographic Recording Pap*r Fixer and D«va]op*r Repteo it* (1) y*Af period, botlrinTn ce a m 1 Hi , 1, 1 Hi to and .fne!»««lnjr Jupi trmirr toiiirui. . . . i L'.-' " "" tPSClilCS'lGTi: Ulljd 1ST E- To rurnljJ) Pfma Cowry wim eoawfcr* I Plm* County. OwoTrm U th» »(5--B LEGAL NOTICE a.m., May 14, Plma County Ith ,Av*nue, 2342 wm I 743 In th* urchsslna Agent, ucson, 'Arizona. BID--B-S2343--Paper To furnish PIma County with l»i ock for a period of one (1) year, ""'TUSK/ 1 * 1M8 to " as une , °l5i',, plrn ,?, -«3£» will be 943 th« office urchaslng Agent, ucson, Arizona. peciflcatlons rslatlnq ds rriay be procured fr ie County, with Paper (U ; X*«r,J*- -- .. and 'Including ier speclflcattoni called ':' 9PS peclficattoni called ly- Openlnq of the Bid-at 10:30 a.m. May 1«, e of fr* Plm« .County , 28SS So. Sth Avenue, to th« aforesaid ds rriay be procured from the office of ie Ptma County Purchasing Aocnt, 2155 ·o. 8th Avenue, Tucson; Arizona. Idder shall be reaulred to furnish a wf- clenf Bid and Performance Bond ac- eptabte to the Board of Supervisors. hhe Board of Supervisors reserves the ght to relect any or all bids for env 6BSOn .Whatsoever or 1o waive any Ir- eeuTarlfles or Informslltlei n the bids .'-'"t- ** ! * · ..- _. Isor» this 23rd day THOMAS- ' Super- . bidding. XJNE BY ORDER, of the.BOar his 23rd day of Aprtl, ,,,,,. .--..... S. JAY, Chairman Board jri Supervisors ard of ·rtl, JS ·ubllrt: f ' NOTICE OF CALL .FOR BIDS "WES '? HEREBY GIVEN that aled bids will be received In the office ," 1 ? P J/T*. Cour| ty Purchasing Agent, "5 So. 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arfzona, UP o 4:30 p.m.. May 14, 1?43 for the olfowlng: , BID - fl.#23M - Liquid Asphalt and :mulslons To furnish PIma County Highway Oe- artmenf with Liquid Asphalts and Emulsions for a one (1) year period, be- innlng July 1, 1943 tc and Including une 30, 1964, as per specifications »ll«i for by Plma County. Opening of he Bld-B-ff2338 will ba at 10:00 a.m., ay J5, n W3 In the office of the Plm» County Purchasing Asent, 2855 So. 8th ivenue, Tucson, Arizona. BID-- B-*rW-Wh!te Traffic Paint To furnish Plma County Highway De- artmcnt with White Traffic Paint for a -- (1) 943 to and lnL._ ?er specifications yar period, beginning 'July 1, and Including June 30, 1944, as Deifications called for by Plma County. Opening of the Bid--B-*2339 will be at 10:30 a.m.. May 15, 1943 tn he offfce of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2855 So. Bth Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. BID--B-82340-- Yellow Traffic Paint To furnish Plma County Highway De- artment with Yellow Traffic PaTnt for » one (1) year period, beginning July 1, 943 to and Including June 30,. 1944, as per specifications called for by Plma .ounty. Opening of the Bid--B-H2340 wl! 1 be at 10:30 a.m., May U, 1943 In the office of the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 2«55 So. llh Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. · BID-B-*2341~Glass Beads To furnish Plma County Hlphway Department with Glass Beads for i one (11 year period, beginning July 1, 1943 to and ncludlng June 30, 1944, is per specl Icatlons called for by Plma County. Owing of til* Bid--B-JT2341 will be at ;0fl a.m., May 15, 1943 In 1h* office the Plma County Purchasing Agent, 55 So. 8th Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Specifications relating to the aforesaid bids may be procured from th* office ",.,'"? firna County Purchasing Agent, 155 So. Bth Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. Bidder shall be required to furnish sufficient Bid and Performance Bond : -5£ p TM«' e '° tn « Board of Supervisors. .The Boarp of Supervisors reserves tn« right to relect any of all bids for any reason whatsoever or to walv» any Ir- "gu'srllles or Informalities In the bldi or bidding. DONE BY ORDER of th* Board of Supervisors this 23rd day of AprTH 19*3. THOMAS S. JAY, Chairman Board of Supervisors _ A11 . Pirns County, Arlzon* Publish: Tucsor, Dally Citizen April », jo. May 1, », », », t, 7, R and *, 1943 BULK SALES NOTICE NOT CE IS HEREBY GIVEN that «« undersigned, MRS, JOHN J. DURKIN, doing business as the "Sooth 7th Avenue Liquor Store" at 1710 Saoth 7m Av«m», Tucson, Arizona, will tell, dellvtr, transfer and assign In a tingle transaction and not In the regular course of bvslne"- on the 15th day of May,- 1743, at ien e f l( x* ».m. of laid day the whole an* all of the stock »nd fixtures In trade, ocoxmti receivable antf aood will '" »nJ to said business locitsd at ino South 7»b Avenue, Tucson, Arizona. : Persflfl' havlnr claims against Mid bu»ln«« are required to flit the same with th« necessary vooch«ri, with W.'T. HOLMES, 50» Arlvona Lind Till* Building, Tocion, Arlxona, prior to M |j d^. -_.,,_ ««*· JOHN J. OUP.KIN STATE Of= ARIZONA ) . C«/nfy ,of Pirn* ] **' This Instrument was acknowMt*) b*- ISo'e "?«!?"· Mth *** of April, 1«*3, by MRS. JOHN J. DURKJN. . My Commission »xptre» NovemfcK *· 1T*4, NOTARY «AL CLARIIS* HANDAU MA*»*-U ·..l*l|* A'pVTf», ib7«W L V X 4, 1W3 i

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