Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 5, 1969 · Page 16
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 16

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 5, 1969
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'" 'REPUBLIC ! . MAIL ' • * TRe Arizona Republic REPUBLIC BULLDOG Phoenix, SaT, April 5. TMft Suit filed in Cochise for wrongful arrest DOUGLAS - A $250,000 wrongful arrest suit has been filed in Cochise County Superior Court against James B. Anderson. U.S. customs agent here, and his bonding firm. The plaintiff, Vullen L. .Lewis, was booked into the Douglas jail at 3 a.m. Dec. 7 on a charge of assault on a federal officer filed by Anderson, and released 12 hours later. Name of the bonding firm was not immediately available. Lewis charges his arrest and imprisonment was "wrongful, unlawful and without any reasonable or probable cause," that no warrant was issued for his arrest and that no commitment for his imprisonment was issued by anyone having authority to make such a commitment. According to Lewis' complaint, filed for him by attorney Wes Policy of Bisbee, An- 'derson entered the Lewis liome shortly after midnight, •without a warrant and in "an intoxicated and extremely belligerant condition" and used vile and abusive language toward Lewis in the presence of Lewis' wife. The incident followed a fight between the two men in the Little Brookhill Cabaret, in Agua Prieta. according to a Douglas police officer. "Several hours later, after Anderson sobered from his intoxicated condition." the com- palint. states, "he requested he be allowed to withdraw his complaint and the criminal action be dismissed." The case was dismissed by Henry W. Buemler. U.S. commissioner. Lewis alleges he was arrested with intent to "vex, harass, annoy, humiliate, embarrass and punish" him. He is asking $100.000 as compensatory damages for false arest and imprisonment. $100,000 for malicious prosecution and abuse of due process and $50.000 punitive damages. V NOGALES EXPANSION — A planned 22- classroom junior high school complex for Nogales is shown in an architect's render- ing. The $533,700 project will contain classrooms, arts and crafts laboratories, home economics department, nurses of- fice, administrative offices and library. Bids will be opened at II a.m. April 30 in the Santa Cruz County Courthouse. Schedules for five bookmobiles announced Building contract signed on center for retarded TUCSON - The $1,058,000 ' contract for a mental rehabilitation center here was finalized yesterday between Arizona Children's Colony and JWutterer Construction Co. of -Tucson. • - Mrs. Helen Joy of Phoenix, 'chairman of the colony board, affixed her signature to the construction contract at ceremonies at the office of Cain, Nelson, Wares, Cook and Swain, Tucson architects. In the planning stage for over two years, the Tucson center hopefully is the first of several branches which eventually will serve as day-care centers in various parts of the state, colony officials said. The new Tucson facility is at 29th and Swan Road. William J. Waters, colony superintendent, said the new unit was designed to "blend into" the total community ap- proach to meet the needs of southern Arizona. Cooperating agencies Include the Tucson Public School system, Tucson Child Guidance clinic, St. Mary's Hospital and the University of Arizona, Waters said. "With completion of phase 1, we will be able to accommodate approximately 75 mentally retarded on a residential basis," Waters said. The center will also provide for 150 in its day-care program, plus preschool programs, vocational training and sheltered workshop programs, Waters reported. The state provided $858,000 for starting the Tucson center, and $2000,000 was allotted by the federal government. Revision of original plans had to be made last fall when bids exceeded estimated costs, necessitating reapprov- al by federal agencies. k. The five bookmobiles of the Arizona Library Extension .Service have announced their schedules for the week. MONDAY — Bookmobile II: Oak Creek Rim highway maintenance camp at 11 a.m., Parks at. 1 p.m.. El Paso Natural Gas station at Williams at 4 p.m.; Bookmobile 111: Pomerene at 9 a.m.. El Paso Natural Gas station at Benson at 2 p.m.; Bookmobile IV: Leupp Bureau of Indian Affairs at. 1 p.m., El Paso Natural Gas station at Leupp at 3:30 p.m.; Bookmobile V: Cameron at. 3 p.m. 10,000 JOIN REDS BUDAPEST UP1) - Approximately 10,000 Hungarian teen-agers 'took their first steps toward joining the Communist Party yesterday, entering the Kiesz Communist Youth League in traditional "liberation day" ceremonies. The day marks the 24th anniversary of the Soviet army's victory over Na/i occupation armies in Hungary. TUESDAY - Bookmobile I: Cherry at 9:30 a.m., Mayer at 1 p.m., Humboldt at 3 p.m., Dewey at 3:30 p.m.; Bookmobile II: Walnut Canyon at 9 a.m.. Twin Arrows at 10:30 a.m., Toonerville at 11:30 a.m., Two Guns at 1:30 p.m.. Meteor Crater at 2:30 p.m.; Bookmobile 111: Mesquite Lane at 9 a.m., Stevenson Dairy at. 10 a.m.. Curtis Station at 11 a.m.. Apache Camp at 11:30 a.m., Dreyfuss Ranch at noon, Flynn Ranch at 2 p.m.; Bookmobile IV: Sunset Crater at 9 a.m.. Waputkai at 11 a.m., Sacred Mountain at 1 p.m., Winslow Job Corps at 3:30 p.m.; Bookmobile V: Bitter Springs at 9:30 a.m., Navajo Springs at 10:30 a.m., Jacob Lake at 1.30 p.m. WEDNESDAY - Bookmobile I: Cordes at 9 a.m., Cleator at 10 a.m., Bumble Bee at noon, Cordes Junction at 2 p.m.; Bookmobile II: Polacca-Tewa at 10 a.m., Reams Canyon at 2:30 p.m.; Bookmobile 111: Barrows Trailer Court, at 9:30 a.m., Stronghold Road at 11 a.m., St. David at 2 p.m.; Bookmobile IV: Hot- evilla-Bacobi at 10:30 a.m.. Oraibi at 1 p.m.. Second Mesa at 4 p.m.: Bookmobile V: Lee Ferry at 9:30 a.m., Cedar Ridge at 11:30 a.m.. The Gap at 12:30 p.m.. Hidden Springs at 2 p.m., Gray Mountain at 3 p.m. THURSDAY - Bookmobile 1: Hillside at 9 a.m., Date Creek at 11:30 a.m., Congress at 1 p.m.. Wilhoit. at 4 p.m.: Bookmobile II: Blue Ridge highway maintenance camp at 9:30 a.m., Blue Ridge Rangers at 10 a.m.; Bookmobile IV: Strawberry at 10 a.m.. Pine at 11:30 a.m.; Bookmobile V: Munds Park at 9 a.m. FRIDAY - Bookmobile I: Walnut Grove at 9:30 a.m.. Wagoner at 10:30 a.m., Skull Valley at 2 p.m.. Iron Springs at 4 p.m. SATURDAY - No stops scheduled. High school plans classes in business Eastern Arizona Bureau LAKESIDE - College-level classes in business will be offered here through the adult education division of Pinetop- Lakeside High School's business department and Eastern Arizona College at Thatcher. Robert L. Farr, local superintendent, said the full-credit classes will be expanded into other academic and vocational areas, such as mathematics, history, science, home economics and English, if the demand warrants. Farr said the program will not involve acquisition of buildings or equipment, imposition of additional taxes or hiring of additional teachers. The classes will be sustained through standard tuition paid to EAC, he said. Tentative plans call for starting classes in college typing and college accounting this summer. WESTERN AND CASUAL WEAR BUTLEB It SOUS WESTERN OUTFITTERS 8020 N. 27th Ave. 943-9744 OFFICE SUPPLIES & FURNITURE SAME DAY DELIVERY 3209 N. CENTRAL AVE. CR 9-9301 /Across from Park Central Western Is A Way Of life! World Famous or Arizona Famous i You'll Run Into The Most Comprehen-" sive Selections of Clothing . . . Stocked With Your Changing Needs in Mind, From Day to Nite Time. You'll Be Truly Pleased If You Take The Time To Browse For Your Western Or Casual Needs. "You're Always Welcome" "Arizona's Most Unique Store" Camelback at 48th Ave., 6 blocks west of Grand Coolidge junior elected president of school's business organization : COOLIDGE — Doug Laughlin, a junior and a member of the Coolidge High School Future Business Leaders of . America, has been elected president of the state FBLA .organization. Carolyn Wuertz, also a junior, was elected treasurer at the recent convention at Ari- •zona State University and . s Keith Johnson, a senior, was chosen Arizona's Mr. FBLA. In competition, the Coolidge parlimentary procedure team won first place. Laughlin placed third in public speaking and Sue Santoro was third in spelling and economics. The chapter's scrapbook and exhibit each took second prize. Members of the procedure team were Jim Mahoney, Gail Richardson, Carolyn Wuertz, Charie Roth, Donna Mahoney, Rebecca Briscoe and Karen Boyd. Stacy Lane was in charge of the scrapbook and Brenda Me Hugh of the exhibit. The local chapter has 23 members. 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