Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 27, 1971 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Saturday, February 27, 1971
Page:
Page 4
Start Free Trial
Cancel

REPUBLIC!, 1,1' 20 The Arizona Republic BO Hoplx, Sat., Feb. 27, 1971 frtm NATIONAL WHIM URVKt, NOM, U.I. Out tithed PnriHlti Mlrt-Cn tl fjiww, O-. Twisters If sup to defendant to find out if he's being bugged MOON PHASES DOC O 4irst Full Last New Arch 3 March It March 1 March 26 ,'Sun rises today at 6:59 a.m., sets fn p.m.; moon rises at 8:12 a.m., iils :27 p.m. i I Pta 1 -r1 ! VI ,Vmtm ARIZONA FORECASTS 'Northeastern Plateau Warming today and tonight $ith increasing high cloudiness and partly cloudy tomorrow, windy and possibly turning colder late in the day. Highs 35-50, lows 20-35. Xorth Central Mountains, M o g o 1 1 o n Rim and White Mountains Warming today and tonight with increasing high cloudiness and becoming partly cloudy and windy in most sections tomorrow and possibly turning colder again in the North Central portion late tomorrow. Highs 40-55, lows 15-30. Southeastern Valleys Warming today and tonight witi increasing high cloudiness and variable cloudiness tomorrow. Highs mostly in Ijie; low 60s, lows 3040. J Western Valleys Warming today and tonight with in-Creasing high cloudiness and variable cloudiness tomorrow with possible windiness. Highs 55-70, lows 30-45. 'For detailed Phoeni weather forecast M 573-7511. For state forecast call ! " Phoenix Rainfall Since Jan 1 57 inches Average to date ...1.52 inches 24-HOUR REPORT ; (To 5 p.m. yesterday) .' Arizona H Alpine 40 Bisbee 58 Buckeye 67 Canyon de Chelly 43 Scottsdale 55 25 Scdona 65 47 - Show Low 36 10 Springerville 40 15 Tucson 60 43 Williams 43 7 Winslow 39 12 - Youngtown 60 41 Yuma 62 48 - National Albany, N.Y. 45 15 - Amarillo 49 29 Anchorage 4 17 Asheville 51 35 .69 Atlanta 57 - .49 Billings 29 23 .10 Birmingham 64 50 1.00 Bismarck 33 27 .03 Blythe " 62 44 - Boise 36 23 - Boston 45 29 Brownsville 90 67 .28 Buffalo 58 31 - Burlington. Vt. 41 3 - Casper 26 18 - Charleston. WYa 61 38 .08 Charlotte, N.C. 55 41 J5 Chicago 56 38 .12 Cincinnati 58 43 .25 Cleveland 58 40 .01 Columbus, O. 53 40 .16 Denver 36 22 - Des Moines 44 35 Tr. Detroit 54 34 - Dulutn 33 25 .44 El Paso 62 44 - Fairbanks -14 -42 Fargo 35 27 - Great Falls 31 21 .02 Helena 30 20 - Honolulu 81 65 - Houston 79 61 .90 Indianapolis 53 35 .49 Jacksonville 86 59 - Juneau 20 17 .19 Kansas City 56 37 - Las Vegas 49 23 - Little Rock 78 60 .01 Memphis 73 58 .04 Miami Beach 78 73 Midland, Tex. 60 46 - Milwaukee 44 31 .02 Mpls-St. Paul 38 34 .36 Needles 57 43 - New Oilcans 73 65 1.00 New York 50 37 - North Platte 37 27 .01 Oklahoma City 54 42 - Omaha 36 32 .02 Clifton Coolidge Douglas Flagstaff Ft. Huachuca Gila Bend Grand Canyon Heber Kingman Organ Pipe Cactus Page Parker Payson PHOENIX ', (Normal) Phx. South Mtn Prescott Safford 66 66 60 33 57 66 31 45 44 68 37 59 59 65 71 53 41 59 L 16 31 42 6 42 41 34 6 37 41 -4 13 25 38 21 45 23 47 41 38 17 44 Pr.' .01 Philadelphia 56 34 - Pittsburgh 62 41 - Portland, Me. 39 16 - Portland, Ore. 38 32 .38 Raleigh 61 41 .03 Rapid City 26 21 - Reno 36 10 - Richmond 64 32 Tr. St. Louis 72 49 .01 St. Prbg-Tampa 83 65 - Salt Lake City 28 21 .20 San Antonio 82 57 .64 San Diego 62 48 - San Francisco 53 42 Seattle 40 32 .04 Shreveport 78 58 .14 Spokane 36 22 - Tucson 60 43 - Washington 59 42 Tr. Wichita 44 33 - CANADA Calsarv Edmonton Ottawa Retina Winnipeg Vancouver Acaoulco Hermosillo Mexico City MEXICO n is 28 03 33 12 17 13 79 25 33 27 M M 73 43 75 50 .05 Court rejects hotel suit against Hughes firm , United Press International CARSON CITY, Nev.- The Sun Realty's claim for relief Nevada Supreme Court yesterday tossed out a $3 million 1 suit against the Hughes Tool Co., in connection with its purchase in 1968 of the Landmark Hotel in Las Vegas for more than $17 million. i The Sun Realty of Las Vegas filed suit against Hughes, Plaza Towers Inc., and Frank Caroll and Sheldon Sandler. Sun Realty said Plaza Towers, which owned the hotel-ca-Sino, gave a listing to the realty company in April 1968. Sun said it was entitled to receive a $500,000 finder's fee if the sale was made. Sun then contacted representatives of the Hughes Tool Co. about the possible purchase. ' But the suit said Plaza Towers Inc., and Hughes officials started negotiations without informing the Sun Realty and a deal was made for the purchase. The contract contained a clause which said both parties did not know of any finder's fees required. ; "We have examined all 6 apers before the court on le motion for summary judgment and can find nothing to suggest that a genuine issue of material fact concerning is present," the court said. again 'slam southland Associated Press Another series of twisters accompanied by heavy downpours skipped yesterday across the Mississippi lowlands where more than' 100 persons were killed by Sunday's tornados. Southern California was buffeted by winds peaking at hurricane velocities. Sections of , major highways were closed. Power failures were reported in many areas. Gusts as high as 81 miles an hour whipped a wide area , from Los Angeles north to Santa Barbara, south to San Bernardino County and east to Palm Springs. Related story Page 26 Two persons were injured in Los Angeles by debris swept from a building under construction. Another woman was hurt when she was knocked to a sidewalk by the wind. Many schools closed in desert communities. Three persons were injured by a twister in Jasper County, Miss.; several homes were damaged, trees and power lines were knocked down. Other funnel clouds spun off the ground near Meridian and Wiggins. One tornado was reported 40 miles southeast of Tuscaloosa, Ala., inside the Mississippi line. Another was spotted by radar at Puleville in the Delta. Tornado alerts were posted in eastern and southern Alabama, western and central Georgia and a section of northwestern Florida. A tornado also hit Eutaw, Ala., just missing a high school. No injuries were reported, but power lines and trees were toppled. Thunderstorms poured nearly 2 inches of rain on Jackson, Miss., in six hours. McComb, Miss., Chattanooga, Tenn., and Biloxi, Miss., reported more than an inch in six hours. Strong winds damaged an airport hangar in Minter City in northern LeFlore County, Miss., where most of Sunday's destruction occurred. The death toll from that series of twisters reached 111, including 10 persons presumed dead in Louisiana. The turbulent weather resulted from a meshing over Iowa of a warm stream of Gulf air and a storm center moving south from Minnesota. Icy winds trailed the cold front and snow warnings were posted in the Great Plains. Gale warnings were posted for the Pacific Northwest coast, and heavy snows were expected in the western Oregon mountains. Drizzle and mild temperatures covered most of the Great Lakes and New England areas. Ice jams on the Rock River in western Illinois destroyed boat docks and smashed into two houses as they floated downstream to the Mississippi River at the Quad Cities. In Omaha, Neb., the Army Corps of Engineers set up an emergency operations center to check on 11 ice packs in northeastern Nebraska streams. Runoffs from the Elkhorn River posed the greatest flood threat. United Press International WASHINGTON - The Jus-tice Department disclosed yesterday it is now up to a criminal defendant to find out whether be has been the object of illegal electronic surveillance by the government. The department declared in a Supreue Court brief that routine reviews of its files, conducted since 1966 to determine if any defendants in federal cases had been bugged illegally, were no longer necessary as of Oct. 15, the date the Organized Crime Control Act of 1970 became law. From now on, a criminal case will be reviewed only at specific request of the accused, Solicitor General Er-win H. Griswold said in describing the new policy adopted under a little - noted section of the law. The disclosure came in a government brief opposing the appeal of a man convicted on charges of placing a bomb in an airplane to try to kill his wife. Under the 1970 law, Griswold said, "the government is required to affirm or deny the existence of an illegal electronic surveillance if, and LOW, LOW PRICES! PATIO COVERS COMPLETE! 11H w INSUUfO .. yaw PATIO 0x20 ... 149" 10x30 . . . 223" FREE ESTIMATES I nan 90700 MAINTENANCE FREE ! ' ??' 10x50 .. . 369" MAINTENANCE FREE ALL ALUMINUM .025 THICKNESS DECORATOR COLUMNS ALL SIZES AVAILABLE 9' x 10' STORAGE BUILDING j Attaches to any Fleer Surface 9 Steel CarKtruetiaal WHILE Quality Galvaniied THEY LAST Ceatinq Trnnr"ZT!iiiiXm???! Lli 1 ! f I 1 HI SUnmasTR ii PRODUCTS 265-2108 (Factory Seconds) WE ALSO CARRY: WINDOW AWNINGS CARPORTS SYORAGE ROOMS MOBILE HOME SKIRTS STEPS Sale Rum Sat., Man. and Tut. 713 W. Campbell only if, the defendant first raises a claim that the case against him is affected by such illegal activity." Boxer Muhammad Ali, black militant H. Rap Brown and the Chicago Seven defendants are among those the government had admitted in court it "accidentally" or "inadvertently" overheard during the course of foreign intelligence telephone wiretaps. Asked how any defendant under the new policy would have reason to believe he had been bugged to make a claim of illegal eavesdropping, a Justice Department spokesman said he thought such claims might become routine motions in criminal cases. New Mexico okays Sunday liquor bill SANTA FE (AP)-Gov. Bruce King has signed the Sunday liquor sales bill. It will become effective 90 days after the close of the 1971 legislative session, meaning Sunday liquor sales will become valid during this coming summer. Disclosures of eavesdropping have been made since 1966 in line with a memorandum from former President Lyndon B. Johnson and a subsequent Supreme Court ruling. The court held that the government must disclose to a defendant any conversation in which he participated or that occurred on his premises which was overheard during the course of illegal electronic surveillance. "In view of the statutory rule which now places upon a defendant the express burden of raising any issue of illegal electronic surveillance, i t seems appropriate to conform the government's practice with the statute," Griswold said. "Accordingly, the government is discontinuing a practice, announced in . . . 1966, of initiating its own review of the files in each case to determine whether there was such surveillance which might have affected the case." "Instead, the government will now conduct such a review only when a claim is raised by a defendant, as the statutory rules provide." Procedures established under the 1968 Safe Streets Act requiring the government to get a warrant to eavesdrop against members of organized crime, Griswold said, have "greatly reduced in recent years the instances in which arguably illegal electronic surveillance has occurred." He noted that in the recent cases in which the government has notified courts of illegal electronic surveillance, "The immateriality of the information obtained has been so clear that the court has not remanded the cases for hearings." T JL Phoenix Rodeo C V MARCH 10,1 4 00 ji ALLIGATOR BOOTS 1J..J... tfflk D...L Charge lliArnericard 125 L. iuPfiopitiijuiPi It 'WtSltlUVKKIIH WESTERN' 19 W. Adams (Downtown) Payson Store (Main St.) I 3g) (taBTftbie (Mcb (55STteaa) (tMagFTfenfed ttenac (toisp Uffl i LI gp fPMRW ri I I '"day (nn ni , I P I 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM f () r SUNDAY CkrT ri r-H U ) n I '"I NOON - 5:00 PM M S3 NO FUZZ SHAG 100 DuPONT 501 PILE Made especially for people who want the texture of shag, but a tighter, shorter pile underfoot. THIS CARPET IS AN UNEQUALED VALUE FOR WEAR, BEAUTY AND EASY CARE. New colors, factory fresh full rolls, and A ONCE IN A LIFETIME SAVINGS. M9 Sq. Yd. $10.95 VALUE INSTALLED OVER YOUR CHOICE OF PADDING KBGL?ster KNEE DEEP PLUSH $14.95 Value CARPET NEARLY TWO INCHES THICK! Deep solid colors including Old Gold, Bronze, Bottle Green, Avocado and Warm Beige. FULL ROLLS ON DISPLAY so you may see how this carpet will look on your floor. BUY NOW WHILE THIS STOCK LASTS. INSTALLED OVER YOUR CHOICE OF PADDING 4r V (2) u mwmm Commercial LEES Residential MEETS OR EXCEEDS F.H.A. SPECIFICATIONS. 16 colors to choose from. Continuous Filament Popcorn pattern, tightly woven to resist traffic patterns and wear longer INSTALLED OYER YOUR CHOICE OF PADDING $79 SHORT - ROLL ENDS LEES Level Pile Nylon Axminster. Beautiful tone on tone patterns woven into the short dense velvet pile. YOUR CHOICE! Hi-Lo Textured, Continuous Filament Nylon or DEEP PILE SHAG Our warehouse showroom is REMODELED, REGROUPED, AND REPRICED for tremendous E.O.M. SAVINGS. Choose from luxurious shag of 100 NYLON or dense and durable Hi Lo tex ture BOTH OF THESE CARPETS ON DISPLAY IN FULL ROLLS. A huge selection of colors including Avocado, Bottle Green, Bronze Olive, Roman Gold, Desert Sand, Nougat Beige, True Blue, Sunset Orange and many others. THIS IS THE SALE YOUVE BEEN WAITING FOR $8.95 Values $9.95 Value $095 Sq.Yd. Carpet ANTRONLoop Pile Commercial Type Mill Trial. Tight, low loop design. Suitable for the heaviest traffic areas. CLEANS LIKE MAGIC. $10.95 Value $7149 rfSq-Y Carpet LEES "Castle" A sculptured style combined with a lush tip sheared pattern Dense pile, sparkling colors. $9.95 Value $95 Sq. Yd. Carpet CL0SE0UT 100 Continuous Filament Nylon Pile. Heavy Duty, Hi Lo Texture. $6.95 Value $099 Sq.Yd. Carpet r STATEWIDE SERVICE CALL 264-4421 K4 wv OPEN WEEK NIGHTS UNTIL 9:00 Sat. 9-6 -Sun. 12-5 INSTALLED OVER YOUR CHOICE OF PADDING Sq. Yd. ACniLAkT Acrylic Fiber All Loop Tone on Tone Carpet A royal choice for any home. THICK, DENSE PILE, HEAVY DOUBLE JUTE BACKING. Here is a different, look in design, texture and color. REDUCED NOW TO CLEAR. INSTALLED OVER YOUR CHOICE OF PADDING 0 Sq.Yd. $13.95 Value KITCHEN CARPET Low loop level pile in bright decorator patterns ENDS CLATTER, EASES FATIGUE, REDUCES BREAKAGE. EASIER TO CARE FOR THAN TILE. 8.95 VALUE 595 Complete With High Density Rubber Padding. Tfl- INDOOROUTDOOR CARPET Full Width Rolls. For Patio, Pool Deck, Areaway, Family Room, Dining Area. Hose or Vacuum. $5.95 VALUE $1199 U Sq.Yd. EXTRA HEAVY 100 HERCULON Olefin Fiber RAID RUGS PTO ft iO WO 7 A XL NOW Value w i Other Sizes: 2xJ-3xS-4xS-SxS-Sx1S-11xt4 .12x15. 1240 E. INDIAN SCHOOL RD. SlNOTY

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 18,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

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

Try it free