Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 11, 1976 · Page 14
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IWEDN ESDAYJ^EHIU! A H Y 11, 1976 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PEOPLE . A/HICHARE CALLED/ 1 BY MY NANC f , \/(LL HUM6LE ; THEMSELVES AND PRAY. · SEEK MY FACE ROM THEIR V I C h C D W A Y S TH r . r · *1 ' * ·· /fV ^ , Woman 'restored' to life BALTIMORE (AP) -- A Baltimore city court has restored legal life to a woman presumed dead 37 years ago and says she can inherit her own estate, which since 1939 has grown to more than $8,000. Rosalie Kelly, 79, was ruled dead in 1939. She had vanished in 1931 without a trace. She turned up in a Lanham, Md., nursing home and was declared alive by a court here. The woman was found recently during an inquiry into her application for welfare. Investigators said at the lime she had more than $40,000 in a checking account. Her estate, valued in 1939 at $3,200, never was dissolved because the court received a telegram indicating she was alive from a bonding company two years after the disappear- PAGE 15 Battle involves foreclosure Tucson House trial slated in April A federal judge in the legal tug-of-war between the government and private business over ownership of Tucson House Apartments wants the case to go to trial in April. U.S. District Judge James A. Walsh today set the tentative trial month after denying a pretrial request by the -j-v -· ,-··· -m, Department of Housing and §-'£)T~|f*| A4T111 ril Urban Development to turn ·*· ** Ai *^l TY .11.1. M_i. the 17-story complex, 1501 N. Miracle Mile Strip, over to the government. The Justice Department filed a lawsuit seeking foreclosure of the $5.8 million Federal Housing Administration (FHA) mortgage on the high- rise apartments in August 1974. any interest payments on the mortgage. The Michael L. Field Co., of I l l i n o i s , t h e g o v e r n m e n t claimed, failed to make back payments due on the mortgage. In seeking the summary judgment, the government contended that the last manager of the 409-unil building before foreclosure started ran the complex in a "deplorable" manner and failed to make N-plant security After hearing the government's request for summary judgment in the case, Walsh told attorneys there was "no way" he would rule on the issue without a trial because the matter is loo "voluminous." Citizen Photo Wagon train show Members of a Christian wagon train here as part of the nation's Bicentennial will perform a medicine and evangelistic show tonight at Valencia Road and S. 12th Ave. Seven wagons bearing 60 members of an interdenominational missionary organization called "Youth With a Mission" arrived here Monday en route from San Diego to Philadelphia. 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SLICED STRAWBERRIES 3/ s l 2/H. 4/ $ l. 3/H. 4/ s l. 490 39* S|99 39* 4/ $ l. 4/H. 3/ s l. i Product* . . , California CELERY No. 1 Kusscl POTATOES School Roy Rod Delicious APPLES Small Salad TOMATOES per slfilk 69* $ 1 Ihs. Woodland Super Mkt. 24M) N. I'iinlnno Roiid Low Kvcrydiiy I'ricrs fJulcher Srrvod IJSDA Choice meal ll.icr Wind Phone 8llfi-. r )577 Coronado Market HIM Nnrlh Stum: Complete U(|uor Dcpt. Quality mails, Ph. 623-0171 7-V;irirli(!s of FOO 1 W« r.i.rv. rt» riaW to correct printed errors t limit qucmtltiei. Prtcei effective t ' I iturday WASHINGTON (AP) -- A House energy and environment subcommittee will convene Feb. 26 on measures to protect nuclear facilities, says Rep. Morris K. Udall, D-Ariz. The Democratic presidential hopeful said that the hearings will include officials of the Nuclear R e g u l a t o r y Commission, private industry spokesmen and independent experts, Udall said he was alarmed to hear that the nuclear commission's director of safeguards is questioning the reliability of security systems in nuclear facilities. The congressman also said defects have been discovered in a monitoring system for an enriched uranium plant at Erwin, Tenn., and he also noted the resignations last week of three engineers over the safety of a San Francisco nuclear power plant, The government understood through agreement with the original owner of the complex, Raymond Schiff, that Field would pick up the payments directly. When foreclosure troubles first loomed for the operation in 1967, Schiff had agreed that rent money would go toward the FHA-held mortgage. The government alleged today that Field was made aware that he was "primarily responsible" for making the payments after taking over in April 1973, and Schiff was "secondarily responsible." Walsh said he wondered if Field could be bound by the Schiff mortgage. "You're putting him in here us a party to the original mortgage," he told government attorneys. Field has maintained that the government had no right to oust him as manager of Tucson House, that he had an oral contract of ownership of the operation, and had made properly improvements before the complex was placed in receivership in 1974. Walsh ruled that a trial was necessary so that a clear documentalion of the case would be available for appeals p u r p o s e s . T h e c o m p l e x opened in 1962, and first encountered problems in 1966 when the FHA acquired the mortgage from the original principal lender, John Hancock Insurance Co. 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