Arizona Daily Sun from Flagstaff, Arizona on May 28, 1977 · Page 9
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Daily Sun from Flagstaff, Arizona · Page 9

Publication:
Location:
Flagstaff, Arizona
Issue Date:
Saturday, May 28, 1977
Page:
Page 9
Start Free Trial
Cancel

Public Notice Legal'No. 5031 APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF AUTHORITY OF OVERLAND WEST, INC. A. Name of corporation: OVERLAND WEST, INC Incorporated under the laws of: THE STATE OF UTAH B. Title contains "Inc." C. Date of Incorporation: August 11, 1956 Period of Duration: Perpetual I). Address of principal office in stale under the laws of which it ls incorporated: 45125th Street, Ogden, Utah 8JW1 E. Address of the proposed known place of business of corporation in this state, and name and address of Its proposed statutory agent in this state: William Watson P 0 Box 1948, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001. F. Purpose corporation proposes to pursue in transacting business in this slate: Hertz System Member. G. Names and address of directors and officers of corporation: Jerry H. Petersen, President, 737 E 5450 S Ogden. Utah 84403: Curtis B. Empey, Secretary, 745 Nancy Dr., Ogden. Utah 84403; Jerry H. Petersen, Director, 737 E 5450 S.. Ogden, Utah; Kathy Petersen, Director, 737 E. 5450 S., Ogden, Utah; Curtis B. Empey, Director, 745 Nancy Dr Ogden. Utah H. Aggregate number of shares: 50,000 Class: Common Series: Par Value per share: Jl.OO I. Issued shares itemized by classes, if any: J. Amount of staled capital of corporation: 80,000 K. Character of business which corporation initially intends actually to conduct in this stale: Member of Hertz System (Car Rental) Dated July 29, 1976 Overland West, Inc. by Jerry H. Petersen (s) President Curtis B. Empey (s) STATE OF UTAH) Secretary : ss. COUNTY OF SALT LAKE) 1, Max A. Farbman, a notary public, do hereby certify that on this 29lh day of July, 1976, personally appeared before me, Jerry H. Petersen, who, being by me first duly sworn, declared that he is the President of Overland West, Inc. that he signed the foregoing document as President of the corporation, and that the statements contained therein are true. In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand and seal this 29th day of July, A.D. 1976. My. commission expires: November 19, 1977 Max A. Farbman (s) PUB: May 27. 28, 30, 1977 Notary PubUc Legal No. 4085 ~ IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA WESTERN SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION, an Arizona corporation, Plaintiff, vs. J. RICHARD FARLEY, if he be living, his unknown heirs and devisees if he be dead; CAROLE J. FARLEY, wife of J. Richard Farley, If ibe be living, her unknown heirs and devisees If she be dead- MORAN PROPERTIES, INC., a California corporalion; SHULTZ PROPERTIES, INC., a California corporation; STEWART TITLE AND TRUST OF PHOENIX, an Arizona corporation, as Trustee: JOHN DOE, Defendants. No. C-338489 SHERIFF'S NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL PROPERTY ON SPECIAL EXECUTION AND ORDER OF SALE UNDER AND BY VIRTUE of an Execution and Order of Sale issued out of and under the Seal of Superior Court of Maricopa County, State of Arizona on March 16,1977, and to me as Sheriff of Coconino County duly directed and delivered in (he above entitled action; WHEREAS, on the llth day of March, 1977, the above named plaintiff recovered judgment in the above styled court against the defendants J. RICHARD FARLEY and CAROLE J. FARLEY, his wife, and each of them, for the following sums: (a) Principal sum of $258,169.22, together with interest lliercon at the rate of 107,, per annum from 4/5/76 until paid; (b) Costs and expenses together with interest thereon at the rate of 6S per annum from date of judgment until paid, as follows: (i) Attorneys' Fees - $25,800.00 ( i i ) Tillc Memorandum Report - J446.00 ( i i i ) First half 1976 taxes - J2.594.13 (iv) Court costs - J194.84 (c) Plaintiff's costs and disbursements incurred prior to judgment which are not included above and after date of judgment, including costs of sheriff's sale and any and all sums thereafter paid by the plaintiff for the improvement and preservation of the mortgaged property until the expiration of the period of redemption, six (6) months from the date of Sheriff's sale, pursuant to A.R.S. Section 1MJ82-B, as amended. together with a foreclosure of plaintiff's liens against the defendants, and each of them, upon the following described real and personal properly, to-wit: SEE EXHIBITS "A" AND "B" ATTACHED HERETO AND BY THIS REFERENCE INCORPORATED HEREIN. SEE £ EXHIBIT "A" PARCEL 1: That part of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 18, Township 17 North, Range 6 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Coconino County, Arizona, described as follows: BEGINNING at a point which lies South 301.00 feet and North 79°26'50" West, 561.20 feet from the Northeast corner of the said Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of said Section 18, and which point is the true point of beginning- Uience North »°45W East, 202.44 feet; thence South 87°38'32" East, 278.00 feet; thence South 2°21'28" West, 244.55 feet; thence North 79'26'50" West, 307.25 feet to the true point of beginning. PARCEL 2: A portion of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast, quarter of Section 18, Township 17 North, Range 6 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Coconino County, Arizona, described as follows: COMMENCING for a tie at the Northeast corner of said Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter, an axle driven into Ihe ground; thence North 87°38'32" West, (based on an assumed bearing of South for the East line of said Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter), 239.00 feet; thence South 2 2128" West, 20.00 feel to the point of beginning; thence South 632'04" East, 170.86 feet; thence South 19°08'M" Wesl, 14.42 feet to a P. I. of a curve of 30 feet radius; thence South 22 05'39" West, 30.00 feet; thence South 22°05'39" West. 35.80 feet lo Ihe Southeast corner of Parcel E, whose description is contained in Docket 208, Page 448, Coconino County Recorder; thence North 2°21'2S" East, along the East line of Parcel E, 244.55 feet to the point of beginning PARCELS: TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT to a non-exclusive easement for ingress and egrees and public utilities whose centerline is described as follows: COMMENCING for a tie at said Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter; thence North 87°38'32" West, 897.61 feet to the East right of way line of the Sedona-Rimrock highway, 33 feet from the centerline thereof; thence South 6= 15'30" West, along said right of way line, 168.43 feet to the point of beginning of said easement at which point it is 30 feet wide, 15 feet on each side of the center line: thence South 79°26'50" East, 121.03 feet to IheP. C. of a 14 curve to the right thence around said curve for a central angle of 26 39'40" and a length of 190.44 feet to Sta. 3+11.47 the P.T.; thence South 52'47'10" East, 16.24 feet to Sta. 3+27.71 a P.C,; Ihence around a 14° curve to thelell for a central angle of 17'01'2fl" and a length of 121.S9 feet to Sta. 4+49 30 P.T.; thence South 6»'48'80" East, 88.08 feet to Sta. 5+37.36 P.C.; thence around an t° curve to the right for a central angle of 13'24'10" and a length of 167.M feet to Sta. 7+04 90 P.T.: thence South 56°24'20" East, 104.27 feet to Sta. 8+09.17 P.C.; thence around a curve to the left whose radius is 62 feet for a central angle of 168°02'20" and a length of Public Notice 181.83 feet tu Sta. 9+91 P.T.; thence North 44 ! 26'40" West, 10.44 feel to Sta. 104-01.45 P.C.; thence around a curve to the right for a central angle of 14 ; 11'5«" and a length of 118.8 feet to St 11+19.77 P.O.C. on a 12' curve and also a P.C.C. between the 12 curve and a 27 foot radius curve, at which point the width of the easement changes from 30 feet to 24 feet thence continuing around the 12' curve through a central angle of r49'44" and a length of 15.24 feet to Sta. 11+35.01; thence North 28'25' West, 19.14 feet to Sta. 11+54.15 P.C.; the end of the easement cenlerline, from whence the following described area should be a part of said easement; beginning at said Sla. 11+54.15 P.C.; thence North 28 ; 25' West, 46.39 feet to the P.I.; thence South 22°05'39" West, 30.00 feet; thence South50°38'22" East, 29.53 feet; thence North 61'35' East. 12.00 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL 4: A portion of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 18. Township 17 North. Range 6 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian. Coconino County Arizona more particularly described as follows: COMMENCING for a tie at the Northeast corner of said Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter, an axle driven into the ground; thence South on an assumed bearing, along the East line of said Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter, a distance of 145.00 feet to the Northeast corner of the property herein described and the true point of beginning thereof; thence South along the said East line, a distance of 156.00 feel to a point; thence N. 79 C 26'50" W., a distance of 253.05 feet to the Southeast corner of that certain parcel of land described in Deed recorded in Docket 284, Pages 244246; thence N. 22°05'39" E., along the Easterly line of the last mentioned parcel, a distance of 65.80 feet to a point, which point is the Southwest corner of that certain parcel described in Deed recorded in Docket 256, Pages 434-435; thence in a Northeasterly direction, along the Southerly line of the last mentioned parcel, the following courses and distances: (1) N. 85°48'20" E.. along the semi-tangent of a curve, a distance of 46.39 feet to Sta. 12+13.96 P.T. 1 (2) N. 85-48'20" E., a distance of 35.76feet loSta. 12+49.72 p.c: (3) Along a curve to the left having a central angle of 90-2570" and a radius of 33 feet, a distance of 52.08 feet to Sta. 13+01.80 P.O.C.; thence N. 85°13'40" E., a distance of 112.68 feet to the true point of beginning; TOGETHER WITH AND SUBJECT to an easement for ingress and egress over the centerline of which is more particularly described as follows: COMMENCING for a tie at said Northeast corner of the Southeast quarter of tire Northeast quarter; thence N. 87 r 38'32" W., 897.61 feet to the East right of way line of the Sedona-Rimrock Highway, 33 feet from the centerline thereof; thence S. 6''15'30" W., along said right of way line, 168.48 feet to the point of beginning of said easement, at which point it is 30 feet wide, 15 feet on each side of the centerline; thence S. 79'26'50" E., 121.03 feet to the P.C. of a 14° curve to the right; thence around said curve fora central angle of 26-39'W" and a length of 190.44 feet to Sta. 3+11.47 the P.T.; thence S. 52=47'10" E., 16.24 feet to Sta. 3+27.71 a P.C.; thence around a 14" curve to the left for a central angle of 17°01 '20" and a length of 121.59 feet to Sta. 4+49.30 P.T.; thence S. 69°48'30" E., 88.06 feet to Sta. 5+37.36 P.C.; thence around an 8° curve to the right for a central angle of 13°24'10" and a length of 167.54 feet to Sta. 7 + 04.90 P.T.; thence S. 56°24'20" E. r 104.27 feet to Sta. 8+09.1 P.C.; thence around a curve to the left whose radius is 62 feet for a central angle of 168'02'20" and a length of of 181.83 feet to Sta. 9+91.01 P.T.; thence N. 44°26'40" W., 10.44 feel to Sta. 10+01.45 P.C.; thence around a 12° curve to the right for a central angle of 14°11'56" and a length of 118.32 feet to Sta. 11+19.77 P.O.C: on the 12' curve and also a P.C.C. between the 12° curve and a 27 foot radius curve, at which point the width of the easement changes from 30 feet to 21 feet; thence continuing around the 12° curve through a central angle of .12°49'44" and a length of 15.24 feet to Sta. 11+35.01 P.T.,; thence N. 28°25'W., 19.14 feet to Sta. 11+54.15 P.C.; thence around'a curve to the right, whose radius is 30 feet, for a central angle of 114°13'20" and a length ot 59.81 feet to Sta. 12+13.96 P.T.; thence N. 85°48'20" E., 35.76 feet to Sta. 12+49.72 P.C.; thence around a curve to the left whose radius is 33 feet, for a central angle of 9fl°25'20" and a length of 52.08 feet to Sta. 13+01.80 P.O.C., the end of this leg of the easement; thence along another leg of said easemenl, beginning at Sta. 11+19.77 P.C.C. previously described; thence around a curve to the right whose radius is 27 feet, for a central angle of 165°12'50" and a length of 78.24 feet to Sta 11+98.01 P.T.; thence S. 45°01'54" E., 14.70 feet to Sta. 12+12.71 P.C.; Ihence around a curve to the left whose radius is 190.70 for a central angle of 34°24'56" and a length of 114.55 feet to Sta. 13+27.26 P.T.; thence S. 79°26'50" E 34.19 feet to Sta. 13+61.45 P.O.T.; the end of the easement. EXCEPTING the following described property: A portion of the Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter of Section 18, Township 17 North, Range 6 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, Coconino County, Arizona, more particularly described as follows: COMMENCING for a tie at the Northeast corner of said Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter; thence South along an assumed bearing and along the East line of said Southeast quarter of the Northeast quarter, a distance of 145 feet to the TRUE POINT OF BEGINNING of the herein described parcel; thence conlinuing South along said East line a distance of 156.00 feet to the point; thence North 79°26'50" West, a distance of 188.22 feet to a point on a 12° curve concave northeasterly; thence northwesterly along said curve through a central angle of 2=07'09", a distance of 17.66 feet to a point of tangency; thence North 28'25' West, 19.14 feet to a point of curve concave Southeasterly having a radius of 30 feet, a central angle of 114°13'20"; thence North 28°25' West along the semi-tangent of the last mentioned curve, a distance of 46.39 feet to the P.I. of said curve; thence North 85°48'20" East along the semi-tangent of said curve, a distance of 46.39 feet to a point of tangency; thence continuing North 85 s 48'20" East, 35.76 feel lo a point of curve :with a curve concave northwesterly having a radius of 33 ifeet and a central angle of 90°25'20"; thence northeasterly along said curve, a distance of 52.08 feet to a point on curve; [thence North 86°13'40" East, 112.68 feet to the TRUE POINT »F BEGINNING. EXCEPTING AND RESERVING, however, to the United States, pursuant to the Act of August 1,1946 (60Stat. 755). all uranium, thorium, or any other material which is or may be determined to be peculiarly essenlial lo the production of fissionable materials, whether or not of commercial value, as set forth in the Patent to said land (Affects all 4 parcels). All furniture, furnishings, fixtures, building material, equipment, appliances and personal property which is now, or may hereafter be, appropriated for use on, or located on, the real properly described on Exhibit "A" attached herewith and by this reference incorporated herein and/or any improvements now or hereafter located on such real property, and all rent, issues and profits due or to become due to Ihe Debtor from or pertaining to said real property, and together with all rights of the Debtor under any policy or policies of insurance covering the foregoing property, and all proceeds, loss payments and premium refunds which may become payable with respect to insurance policies, said premises lying and being in the County of Coconino State of Arizona. NOW. THEREFORE, PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 10th day of May, 1977, at the hour of 10-30 A.M. o'clock in the City of Flagstaff, Stale of Arizona, I will, in obedience to said Execution and Order of Sale, sell all Ihe right, lille, claim and interest of the above-named defendants in. of and to the above described property at public auction to the highest bidder for cash, in lawful money of Ihe United Stales, and apply the proceeds thereof to the payment and satisfaction of said judgment, together with Ihe interest that may be due thereon, and all costs of suit and accruing costs. DATED this llth day of April, 1977. JOE RICHARDS, SHERIFF By Patricia F. Newman (s) Civil Deputy NOTE: Ihe above sale is postponed until June 7th, 1977 at 10:30 a.m. Patricia F. Newman (s) Civil Deputy PUB: May 21. 28. J u n e 4, 1977 4085 Notic 6 The S . UN ' -Ra B* l(l "' Ar| zona. Saturday, May 28, 1977-.9 Notice Public Notice Public Notice Legal No. 5033 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF MARICOPA No. C289727 NOTICE OF PENDENCY OF CLASS ACTION FRISCO MOUNTAIN SHEEP CO., an Arizona corporation; OHACO SHEEP CO., INC.. an Arizona corporation- CROSS M O U N T A I N SHEEP COMPANY, partnership BASILIO and I R E N E AJA, husband and wife; LILLIAN ERASO. Personal ilepresentative of the Estate of Cruz Eraso; as representative parties of the Plaintiff class; DOES 1-200. unknown members of the Plaintiff class. Plaintiff], vs. ARIZONA WOOLGROWERS ASSOCIATION- BOARD OF DIRECTORS. ARIZONA WOOLGROWERS ASSOCIATION- ESTATE OF JOHN VEHKAMP, as representative party for Defendant Class I: DOES 201-400, unknown members of Ihe Defendant Class I; H1CHAI1D ROE, as representative party of Defendant Class 11; DOES 401-600. unknown members of the Defendant Class I I . Defendants. THIS IS A LEGAL NOTICE. IT MAY AFFECT YOUR RIGHTS. READ IT COMPLETELY. IF YOU DO NOT TAKE ANY LEGAL ACTION IN RESPONSE TO THIS NOTICE. ANY CLAIM WHICH YOU MAY HAVE TO A SHARE IN THE ASSETS OF ARIZONA WOOLGROWERS A S S O C I A T I O N M A Y B E A F F E C T E D B Y T H E J U D G M E N T OF THE COURT IN THIS LAWSUIT THE ENTRY OF THE FINAL JUDGMENT COULD DECLARE THAT YOU ARE NOT ENTITLED TO SHARE IN THE D I S T R I B U T I O N OF THE ASSETS OF A R I Z O N A WOOLGROWERS ASSOCIATION. The above lawsuit has been certified by the court as a class action and will determine what persons are entitled to receive the proceeds of the liquidalion of the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association and in what proportion. O'Connor, Cavanagh, Anderson, Westover, Killingsworth Beshears and Maud, Wildermuth Echeverria have been appointed by the court as attorneys lo represent that class of members referred to in this Notice as plaintiffs. This class is defined as those members of Arizona Woolgrowers Association who paid dues to the Association during the fiscal year commencing July 1,1944 or paid dues in any year thereafter. This appointment of attorneys and the description of the plaintiff class may be changed from time to lime during the pendency of Ihe action without further notice to you. As far as is known to plaintiffs' attorneys, the persons who are members of the plaintiff class are named in Exhibit A attached to the original of this Notice. The class consisting of all persons who paid dues to Arizona Woolgrowers Association only before July 1, 1944 will be referred to in this Notice as Defendant Class I. As far as is known to plaintiffs' attorneys, the members of that class are named in Exhibit B attached to the original of this Notice. The plaintiffs in this action claim that the members of Defendant Class I are not entitled to participate in the distribution of the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association. This claim is made by plaintiffs asserting that the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association were nil before July 1, 1944 and Ihe members of Defendant Class I would not have been entitled to any distribution of assets had formal action been taken terminating their memberships. Plaintiffs f u r t h e r claim that the land which conslitutes the principal assets of the Association was acquired after July 1,1944 and that the members of defendant Class I did not contribute to the acquisition or preservation of the land. The Court has appointed Attorney John G. Verkamp, III, lo represent Defendant Class I. If you arc a Class I Defendant and do not make an appearance, you will be represenled by Attorney John G. Verkamp, III, and the Court will thereafter make orders which will affect your rights without any further notice to you. These orders may include such orders as one establishing what interest, if any, you have in the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association or one adjudging that you have no interest in the assets-of Arizona Woolgrowers· Association. The plaintiffs in this action claim that only persons who paid dues to the Association are members, and that all persons who paid commissions to the Association or otherwise used the Association for the marketing of wool are not members and are not entitled to participate in the distribution of the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association. This claim is made by plainliffs asserting that the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws of Arizona Woolgrowers Association provide that only persons who pay dues may be members and that the laws of the State of Arizona and the Articles of Incorporation and By-Laws of Arizona Woolgrowers Association provide for a distribution of assets of a cooperative marketing association only lo members of the Association. Attached to the original of this Notice is Exhibit C which names the persons, now known to the plaintiffs' attorneys, who paid commissions to Arizona Woolgrowers Association for the marketing of wool but who were not members of the Association. These persons constitute Defendant Class II. The Court has not appointed an attorney to represent Defendant Class II. If you are a Class II defendant and if no appearance is made in this lawsuit on your behalf, Ihe Courl may enter judgment by default determining that you have no claim to any portion of the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association. The Court has entered an order that all persons who are members of any class, plaintiff or defendant, must appear in this action on or before August 1, 1977, if they wish lo 1. Objecl to this lawsuit being trealed as a class aclion. 2. Object to being represented by the attorneys presently appointed by the court. 3. Intervene and/or request the right to appear personally or through attorneys other than those now appointed. 4. Claim they are incorrectly designaled as a member of a class and should be placed in a different class 5. As a member of Defendant Class II they wish to claim they are entitled to participate in the distribution of the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association. 6. As a member of Defendant Class II request the court appoint an attorney for Defendant Class II. 7. Request the court take any other action in respect to the interests in or rights to the assets of Arizona Woolgrowers Association. To appear in this action a person must either personally or through an attorney f i l e a written pleading in this action setting for the claim or position he asserts. If you make an appearance either personally or through an attorney, a copy of that appearance must be served upon all of the attorneys named below. Full copies of Exhibits A, B and C to the original of this Notice will not be attached to copies served by mail. If you receive a copy of this notice by mail, one page ol either Exhibit A, B or C will be atlached and will have a circle around your name or your predecessor in interest. That page will tell you if you are now considered lo be a member of plaintiff class, Defendant Class I or Defendant Class H. This Notice has the effect of a Summons and Complaint in a civil action. It has been approved by the Court. If you do not appear in response to this notice, you will not receive any further notice of Ihe proceedings of this lawsuit. O'Connor, Cavanagh, Anderson. Westover, Killingsworth it Beshears 1800 First Federal Savings Building 3003 North Central Avenue Phoenix, Arizona 85012 Maud. Wildermulh St Echeverria 121 West Florence Boulevard, Suite G Casa Grande, Arizona 85222 Killian, Legg Nicholas P.O. Box 1467 Mesa, Arizona 85201 John G. Verkamp. Ill P.O. Box 698 Flagstaff. A r i z o n a 86001 DATED this 2.1 day of May. 1977. WILSON D. PALMER, Clerk of the Superior Court By L. LOOSENMORE Oep'.ity Clerk PLANTIFF CLASS EXHIBIT A COMPUTER I.I). I X.\ME 1- 10 A K S U E K P C O . 2 40 ADAMS. PAUL 3. 80 AJA SHEEP CO 4. 90 A J A . BASILIC) 5 110 A I . K M A N . J O H N l A L E M A N S H 6 220 ARAMBF.L.J.B 7. 290 AHMEIl. FRANK C 8. 310 AKMOl'R i CO 9. 320 AHRIAGA, JEAN 10. 370 AUZAUROS. 11. 380 AUZA SHEEP CO. (PRANK AUZA) 12. 390 AUZA, JOE 13. 430 BAUBITT.HEHTII 14. 750 H K S T . M O 15. 790 BF.ZUNAKTEA, ZACHARIAS 16. 820 U I D K G A I N . BERNARDO COOK 17. 830 K I D I C G A I N . B E U N A R D O 18. 1230 CARTER. PHILO 19. 1290 CHAKLEBOIS. LOU 20. 1530 COLUNGS.BURUANK 21. 1570 CONDON. CHASJ 22. 1720 L'KOSSMTN SHEEP CO (MIGUEL ECHEVERRIA) 23 1730 CUESTASIIEEPCO 24. 1740 CUKVAS.BASILIO 25. 1930 D l A M O N D S I I E K i ' C O ( A R N 27. 2040 28. 2080 29. 2200 30. 2230 31. 2250 32. 2260 33. 2270 34. 2280 35. 2290 36. 2300 37. 2330 3«: 2340 39. 2350 40. 2360 41. 2380 42. 2390 43. 2410 44. 2470 45. 2480 46. 2490 47. 2500 48. 2510 49. 2530 50. 2610 51. 2620 52. 2680 53 2710 54. 2850 55. 2900 56. 2910 57. 2920 58. 3120 59. 3230 60. 3440 61. 3450 62. 3460 63. 3540 54. 3640 65. 3660 66. 3790 67. 3890 68. 4070 69. 4080 70. 4110 71. 4150 72. 4320 73. 4380 . .74. 4390 ,;.76'. 4490 "76: '4500 77. 4520 78. 4530 79. 4C80 80. 4720 81 5020 82. 5140 83. 5190 84. 5280 85. 5380 86. 5390 87. 5400 88. 5450 89. 5480 90. 5490 91. 5570 92. 5620 93. 5660 94. 5750 95. 5790 96. 5800 97. 5810 98. 5830 99. 5850 100.6000 101. 6020 102. 6140 103.6360 104. 6430 105.6590 106.6600 107.6650 108. 6660 109. 6720 110.6810 111.6990 112.7120 113.7160 114.7190 115.7330 1167450 117.7600 118.7630 119.7850 1207860 DOUSON.EARL D O U S O N . R O Y F E . I SHKEPCO(FERM1N ECHEVERRIA JR) E C H A N D I , ANTONIO F.CHF.MQUE, F R A N K ECIIENIQUE.JOSE E C I I E V E H R I A . F E R M I N U R ECllEVF-URlA.FERMINJRiSON ECHEVERRIA, MIKE ECHEVEKRIA PHILLIP-JULIA ELLSWORTH (LAWRENCE) RYAN ELLSWORTH, KENNETH ELLSWORTH, CAROL ELLSWORTH, DONALD ELLSWORTH, LAWRENCE ELLSWORTH. LEO ELOKGA, ALEJANDRO EHASO.CRUZ ERL1NG, ROBERT EKRAMUZPE, FRANK ESPIL, PETE E T C H A M E N D Y B R O S ( M A R T ETCHAMENDY, JEAN FANCHERHENESS FARMS FARMERS INV CO FLAGSTAFF SHEEP CO FRISCO MTN SHEEP CO GIBSON, OSCAR GONZALEZ, CAMILLO GONZALO, ANTONIO GONZALO. ROCQUE HALL, M H HARRIES, C E HENNESSEY SHEEP CO HENNESSEY, JOHN HENNESSEY, MARY HOCTOR.JC HOWARD SHEEP CO HUDSPETHTJ JANES LIVESTOCK CO JONES BROS L M S H E E P C O L - K RANCH LARSON, PRESTON LE BARON, EDWIN M LOCKETT SHEEP CO LONG TOM SHEEP CO LOPEZ, ANTONIO MANTEHOLA.JOSEAIMANTEROLASHEEPCOINC) MARCOS, EMILIO MARCOS, GUMERS1NDO MARICOPA SHEEP CO MCDANIELSSON MCKELLIPS SHEEP CO (GORDON MCKELLIPS) MORGAN, DAN MUD LAKE SHEEP CO { ANTONIO i ROCQUE NAGLE, BUSTER NELSON, DAVID O S S H E E P C O OHACO SHEEP CO OHACO, MIKE OTONDOiARABEL PACIFIC WESTERN LAND CO PARADISE SHEEP CO (GUNNARTHUDE) PEFIEZFELIPE PETKRS, H K I'ICKERELL, KENNETH PORTER, FREDS POUQUF/TTE SHEEP CO POUQUETTE, AMELIE POUQUETTE, FRANK POUQUETTE, ROBERT POUQUETTE-ALEMAN SHEEP CO RAMSEY. LEO RED HILLSHEEP CO (JOE POUQUETTE) RICHARDSON-BROWN SHEEP CO R Y A N , W A SAWYER - OTONDO (LEONARD SAWYER) SHEEP SPRINGS SHEEP CO SHERH1LLLAFOLLETTE S1NNOTT.JH GIBSON, OSCAR S1TEGRAVES SHEEP CO SNODGRASS, NOLAN SPURLOCK.WB SWISHER.III THUDE, GUNNAR TOVHEA PACKING CO TRIPLE M SHEEP CO VKRSLU1S. PAUL WAYLAND.ROY WIUTTON, GUY II WILDCAT SHEEP CO YRIBERRY, FRANK YKIGOYEN. ANGEL EXHIBIT B DEFENDANT CLASS I COMPUTER f.D. # N A M E 1. 70 AITON.SAMT 2. 140 AMF.RICANNATIONALLWESTOCKASSOC. 3. 190 A R A C H K A , MARTIN 4. 230 ARENA NORTON CO 5 280 ARIZONA STOCK FARMS 6. 340 ASHFORK L1VF.STOCK CO 7. 350 ASOSIIEKPCO 8 360 AUBREY LAND 4 LIVESTOCK CO 9. 400 AZ LIVESTOCK CO 10. 460 BAKER. W H 11 470 BAKER, WS 12 500 B A N K H E A D HENDERSON 13. 550 BARNF.Y.OO 14. 580 BARTH, JACOB 15. 660 BEGLER DAVIS 16. 670 BELL. HARVEY , 17. 740 BERNARD. ANTONIO 18. 870 BONINE, WT 19. 880 BOONF..RJ 20. 900 BOURDON, W M R 21. 940 B R E N Z E R . D K 22. 990 BRIMBALL.AW 23. 1030 BROWN, RT 24. 1090 BURTON, CE 25. 1140 CAMPBELL SHEEP CO 26. 1150 CAMPBELL. COLIN LIVESTOCK CO 27. 1160 CAMPBELL. D W ( W I L L C O X OUTFIT) 28. 1170 CAMPBELL, EUGENE 29. 1180 CAMPBELL. FRANCIS CO 30. 1190 CAMPBELL. G E O F CLARK 31 1200 CANDKLARIO, MANUEL 32 1220

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 18,100 newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Arizona Daily Sun
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free