Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 31, 1950 · Page 24
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 24

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Contract Suit Trial Opens A · ?3,886.70 breach of contract suit went oivtrial today before a superior court jury-antf Judge X Mercer.Johnson; ,, _ . Albert "Stemfeld Co.-brougnt the suit against J. O.'Mack of Tucson. The complaint'charges that the amount sought' is the unpaid balance of a written contract for the purchase by Mack of'furniture and other household furnishings. ' The contract, according to the complaint, was made 'in Mav of 1948. In a counterclaim. Mack seeks $303,23 from the Stemfeld fo pany. Jurors are Murray Starr, "Walter fjIDewey- Wheeler, John 0. Mores- iWd, Ellis H. Benard, Arthur D. .Mahony, Ethel torene'Sexton, William J. Cardan, LeRoy William Johnson, Georgia S. Strait, Ira Duane Jackson, Ora Glenn Avery, and William B. White. , QUESTIONS CHINESE RED--A Chinese Communist soldier, captured near Ku, North Korea, while fighting United Nations forces, is questioned by Capt. Warren gram (left) of Chicago, who is serving with the Korean Military Advisory Group, to the ROK Sixth Division. Background and lower right are military police of J. Rosen attached the ROK Army. UAfLibrary Shows Display By Block A one-man show of the paintings of Albert- Bloch, former head of the department of drawing and painting at the University of Kansas, is now on in ·the reserve book room of Oie University of Arizona library. The Bloch display is one of a series of shows planned-by the the university art 'department. (Etitztn Tuesday Evening, Oct. it, 1950 20 To Compete In Speech Tilt A Tacson attorney who won ( the annual extemporaneous speaking, contest at the,'University of Arizona law college the last three, 'ears before his graduation last spring will be one of the judges, omorrow night when a group of: 20 students compete in the same competition. Edward F. -Larkin,' now a practicing attorney, won the speaking contest three years in a row. To-i morrow at 7 p.m\ in the courtroom I of the law college he^ ,and twoj other attorneys will -judge who' is to be the 1950 winner. The oither 'judges will be Robert S. 'ullar-'and Dan-ell G. Brown, also Tucson attorney's. Winner of the contest, spon- ored by t Phi Alpha Delta, legal icnorary, will have, his name engraved on a cup displayed iiy the aw college. The .student; body ; ;jf he university j s invited to attend. First- Intercollegiate Rodeo Contest Nov. 12 Teams from the-University Arizona and, Arizona state coHeg at Tempe will compete in the firs local" 1 intercollegiate rodeo-Icorites of tha season Sunday, Nov. 12; th day 'following the Arizona-Temp footbair'game. "The roaeo wlllfb'e held.at i p.m at the Pete Martinez ranch on Eaj Prince road; All Arizona team member-!- are enrolled in the co lege of agriculture and are mem, bers'Of the National Intercollegiat Rodeo club. TUCSON MORTUARY A Friendly, Sincere Service Next to Cathedral Dial 2-742D 202 S. Stone RODIG'S ten Optical Service A Dispensing Quality Classes at Fair Prlcei 707 Valley Na« Bldg. Ph. 3-1071 MORE JOBS for MORE PEOM.E VOTE 308 "TISQ Arizona Workman's'Compenjaf [on Cojnrniff** -P. O. Box 396V Phoenix -- A . J.'.Ffem,-Tempt; Geo. Pickering/YurhQ;'G«oi Nagel, V/inilow; Jock Prccfor, Tucson; V*rnonFojf»r, Phoenix. DIZZY SPELLS Case' No. 3,680:--Mrs. Barnes suffered ten years with dizzy spells and ,severe J»ead-_ aches. Because of her condition, she was highly nervous, She did not *leep- iioriiially and her house work seemed a drudgery. ,. At the conclusion of Chiropractic ad- 'Jubtmenfcs alllailments were relieved. The Wilkinson- Chiropractic Office uses the latest scientific instruments, including the Neurocalometer -- which Is de-" signed to detect the-point of nerve pressure in the spine -- for a complete Chiropractic Analysis. DR. WAYNE WILKINSON PALMER CHIROPRACTOR 2032 East Speedway Telephone 5-411 -- Closed Thursday -- Four Cases Settled Without Using Superior Court Jury A jury panel drawn for Superior Judge Lee Garrett-'s''court'was finally dismissed today when the four cases scheduled'failed to-materialize.-The first, a civil suit-was-settled out of court. The other three were criminal. cases and failed to go to^-the jury when, .each of. the three-, defendants entered- guilty insurance company representative who had appealed a .justice court decision on a reckless driving - charge, entered court today "and asked the appeal be dismissed. He then entered.a.plea of guilty. Johnson .had been found- guilty of reckless driving in the lower court and fined $100 arid given 15 days in jail.-He. was arrested Feb. S by Highway Patrolman ·. James Wykoff 10 miles east of Tucson on the Casa Grande highway. At the" justice trial it was brought out Johnson was driving his car in. a weaving manner,and 'when stepped smelled "of alcohol: ' Judge Garrett today ordered the defendant ti-. pay-a $150 fine or serve 30-days in jail.'Ke rescinded the original 15 day jail'sentence. A second criminal case which 'charged Robert' Gallardo;: 352" S .Main St., \vith robbery failed to go pleas. Walter Johnson/ a, Phoenix V, Gaming Proponent Says He'll Pay Up PHOENIX; Oct. si. (#) --i. R. Gwirte of..' Plioenix, chairman oj the .committee for the state control of gambling, .says the state, of, Arizona will receive a .check today covering tlie balance . of ..printing costs. · - ' The'costs were incurred:in printing an argument favoring legalized gambling -iri' ; the -publicity 'pamphlet on initiative and-referendum measures,-to : be voted upon .Nov. 7 Yesterday Secretary, of State Wesley'- : M3olin wrote Atty. Geri Fred "0. Wilson that'the sum of $94.83 owed-by the committee, was long past due and asked "Wilson to proceed as he deemed necessary. Gwirtz' denounced.the secretary's action and termed , it "the -nicest piece of blackmail I -have ever seen." -, . . He denied .having received a bill for the printing. · Bolin said a statement for the amount due had been mailed Gwirtz- from the secretary's office on Aug. 23. He said all other sponsor's of other measures in the' pamphlet had paid their bills. · to.the- jwy: The robbery charge was dismissed when the court learned .the man attacked,. Kefu- gio Ramirez of Cortaro, had -left the. state. ' . The charge was reduced to.petty theft to which Gallardo- entered a plea of guilty. He will'be sentenced Monday. ' Also scheduled to be sentenced Monday is -Frank 'M. Perez, 146 W. 32nd st. He. originally pleaded innocent to a first degree burglary charge and asked for a jury trial. 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