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IP U thi Arizona Republic k, Mfty J, 118 Clerk Held In Alcohol Poisonings NEW YORK (AP> — Five more derelicts died yesterday in * wave of wood alcohol poisonings and a fi5-year-old hardware store clerk was charged with homicide. At least 10. and probably l!0 deaths, most of the victims homeless Bowery bums, have been definitely blamed on wood alcohol and nearly a score of others are under treatment at Bellevue Hospital. Lat» last night Asst. Dist, Atty. Ernest H. Hammer ordered the homiclds booking of the clerk, David Feit. and accused Feit of selling "denatured alcohol which caused the deaths of two persons." The sales, Hammer taid, were made last Sunday, when the east tide hardware store remains open liter closing on Saturday, the Jewish sabbath. Liquor stores are closed on Sunday Hammer said the alcohol was rlparly labeled "specially denatured solvent" and had a skull and crossboneJ- pictured nn the of rach can Liability Rehearing Asked The Arizona Supreme Court was asked yesterday for rehearing OH its recent decision ending governmental immunity from liability highway. Th* 'mfefoi said Van connection with the case Opinion Limits Realty Service Real estate brokers and statesmen may not draft or fill Wit a document incidental to a realty transactions with which they had no connection. That legal opinion yesterday by Ally jPickrell's office. Even when brokers for damages negligently .caused by government agencies or em- ployes. The rehearing motion was filed with the high court by state Atty. Gen. Robert Pickrtll'a offic*. The motion ask« that government agencies be considered liable only for damages arising since the decision. Before ths decision, agencies of the state, counties and cities had! a right to rely on prior rulings that they did not need liability insurance to protect themselves, was'issued'-their funds ana 1 programs from Cien. Robert unlimited liability, the motion asserts. The courts of other states have markings on a southern Arizona same as that erf other defendants! already difopped from the suit. ; JfoTC* ••— •- ,. . wareft fleivW i*m Horn s burning are »ft*. is thei o*ue **««*?: MOW f© xiu rt. IN I DATS, #rffl rtratit.,_ «ie BttR It »ny - rtffl STBOtt AUt and sales- 'men are acting as such in a real- agreed that governmental imrnuni- transaction, they may not icharge a fee (or drafting or filling out the incidental documents, the opinion added. It was prepared for State Rep. Albert E. Frantz Jr., D-Maricopa, by Assl. Atty. Gen. Merton Marks. AP Wirephoto THEY LISTEN— Both Princess Grace of Monaco and United Nations Ambassador Adlai Stevenson, right, do the listening while Red Cross convention chairman Morris R. Brownell Jr. does the talking at Philadelphia. 1 IIP princess and Stevenson appeared at the closing session of HIP Rprl (.rnss national convention yesterday. ty should not be thrown out retro* I actively, the motion contends. The motion also astcs the Arizona court to order dismissal of a suit against J, R, Van Horn, state highway engineer, for damages allegedly caused by misleading Cily Retuiles Some poisoning CUSPS alsn have turnfj up in skid row areas of Brooklyn but most were around the Bowery and victims crowded Bellevue. A similar wave of wood alcohol poisonings in 1958 claimed 25 lives in Spanish Harlem and the Bronx. The source was determined to be a New Jersey chemical plant, where 60 gallons of the poison had been stolen. The City of Phoenix will officially take possession of its $4.5 million municipal building at midnight, tomorrow, the city manager's office announced yesterday. The 10-story structure and adjacent council chambers, in the block between Jefferson and Washington streets and Second and Third avenues, will be dedicated in special ceremonies Memorial Day, May 30. llmvevpr. some 12 city departments, now scattered in temporary offices throughout the city, will begin moving in Wednesday. Most of the moving will be done early in the morning or late at fn avoid rlisnipfllig fS'ilfr services. thP Mwipmcni -Hid All telephone ami extension numbers will remain the same until sometime in .Inns. SAVAGE DIVIDEND Savage Industries Inc. of Phoenix has announced quarterly dividends of 321/2 cents per shara on its $20 par preferred stock and % cents per share on its $1 par preferred stock. The dividends are payable May 3J to stockholders of record May 21. 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