Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 17, 1970 · Page 40
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 40

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
Page 40
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EDITIONS The Arizona Republic Phoenix, W«d., Jane 17, 1970 DENNIS THE MENACE by Hank Saddleback complaint dismissed Harold H. Moore, superintendent of the state liquor department, yesterday dismissed a complaint that the Saddleback Inn, 2420 E. Camelback, violated a departmental regulation against dilution of bottled liquor. In a hearing last week, Moore received evidence from agents of the Department of Public Safety that the inn bar had two bottles of gin containing less alcohol than the labels indicated. But Moore said yesterday that the evidence was inconclusive and insufficient to warrant further proceedings on the complaint. Inn representatives said that either evaporation or the British distiller might have been to blame for the alcohol content of the gin in question. They suggested that, if dilution did occur, it could have been the work of a now-dismissed night janitor conceal- •|ig his tippling from their bar etock, which has since been placed under lock and key. "I just found out what I been wearin* all these years! CARPENTER clothes!" The Arizona Supreme Court will try to dedde by rnitWuly if all drunken driving convictions and license revocations during the past two years are void because they were handled below the Superior Court level. Assistant State Atty. Gen. Dennis Siler told the high court yesterday that July 1, 1968, was the effective date of legislation that imposed a 10 per cent surcharge on drunken driving fines to raise funds for State Health Department programs designed to combat alcohol and drug abuse. Recently, he said, the Santa Cruz County Superior Court decided the 10 per cent surcharge, added to the maximum $300 fine which courts lower than the Superior Court are limited to imposing, means that only Superior Courts may try a drunken- driving case since their juris- diction is not restricted to $300. This means that all drunken-driving fines in the lower courts and resulting license revocations since July 1,1968, are illegal if the Santa Cruz court's interpretation is correct, Siler said. He argued that the Santa Cniz court misinterpreted the intent behind the surcharge ruling on drunken driving cases law. He said his interpretation is that the legislature intended to raise revenue for alcohol and drug abuse control programs without increasing drunken-driving penalties beyond the jurisdiction of justice of the peace and city courts. Opposing counsel, Donald Holroyd, of Phoenix, retorted that the state was premature in asking the Supreme Court to overrule the Santa Cruz court. He and Siler were given 10 days by the Supreme Court to file additional pleadings in support of their positions, so that the court can try to decide the issue before recessing for the summer about July 15. 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