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City of Tucson v. Apache Motors, a Corporation
Supreme Court of Arizona
April 22, 1946
CITY OF TUCSON, a Municipal Corporation, Appellant,
APACHE MOTORS, a corporation; Tucson Laundry & Dry Cleaners, a corporation; J. Knox Corbett Lumber Co., a corporation; William F. Curtayne, John W. Shelton and William F. Cox, co-partners, transacting business under the name and style of Unit Laundry and Dry Cleaners; and Tucson Warehouse & Transfer Company, a corporation, Appellees
Appeal from Superior Court, Pima County; M. T. Phelps, Judge.
Thomas J. Elliott, City Atty., of Tucson, for appellant.
Darnell & Robertson and Bilby & Shoenhair, all of Tucson, for appellees.
This case involves the same questions of law in reference to the facts submitted as contained in the opinion in the case of City of Tucson v. O'Reilly Motor Company, Ariz., 168 P.2d 245. The facts grew out of the same rain storm and in reference to the same water way or tunnel as the facts were in that case.
Accordingly on authority of the case of City of Tucson v. O'Rielly Motor Company, supra, the judgment of the ...