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Phoenix, Arizona
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Tuesday, August 17, 1971
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KEHUHLIQ i i . CI 8 The Arizona Republic O Twi., Aif. 17, im - v Health Dl an abor unions baclted Democrats C61,333 spent during Arizona's last election up $31,400 for Mesa MESA - Continental Life and Accident Co. will carry the city employe group health insurance program under the Foundation Medical Care plan at an increased cost of $31,400 for the year, the City Council decided last night. The city's total cost will be $86,000, including an 18 per cent rate increase for employes and dependents, said Assistant City Manager George Saville. The new plan will go into effect Sept. 1. Zurich-American Insurance Co., who handled the group policy last year, had told the city rates would be raised $49,000 if it carried the program another year. Saville said the foundation recently instituted a certified hospital admission program that will. reduce hospital charges. It also increased payments to doctors 10 per cent. The advantage of the foundation plan for city employes, Saville said, is that an insured ' person treated by a member physician can expect all medical charges to be accepted and paid by the insurance company. In other business, the council authorized the city engineering department to begin work on a $3.1 million capital Improvement p r o g r a m for sewer, water, gas and streets. The program was included in the $18.8 million budget for 1971-72. The council also awarded the following contracts: $39,882 to Bert Perry Drilling Co. of Mesa for a new well at Greenfield Road and Main Street; $70,300 to V. O. Contracting of Phoenix for improvements at Reed Park; $37,220 to S o u th e rn Truck Equipment Co. of Phoenix for 108 refuse containers; $12,703 to Turf Construction of Phoenix for installation of Fitch Park sprinkler system; and $29,498 to Frank Powell Paving Co. of Phoenix for a parking lot at Fitch Park. Council members, gave unanimous approval tQ a con-, troversial R-3 zoning request in. the 500 and 600 blocks of South Dobson Road. Hallcraft Homes plans a residential development of 235 apartment units and 10 single-family residences on the 18-acre parcel. Residents from the single-family Continental Homes subdivision to the north objected to the density of the multiple-resident zoning because of potential overcrowding of the elementary school currently under construction at Roosevelt and Pueblo Streets. Reptile WuHBgfM Bs WASHINGTON - Organized labor spent at least $61,333 backing Democratic candidates in Arizona's last election, the Americans for Constitutional Action (ACA) reported yesterday. .. v The analysis based on figures filed by the unions and the candidates showed 44 labor political organizations contributed more than $4 million' to candidates for Congress and governor in 1970 throughout the United States. By the figures assembled by ACA from reports on file with the clerk of the House of Representatives and the secretary of the Senate, Democrats benefited by $4,153,746 from labor contributions; Republicans by (143,550. ... . Charles A. McManus, ACA national president, said the figures represent only 44 iden-- tifiable labor political action committees "and there unquestionably were a number of other such labor organizations involved." The ACA figures showed Democrat Raul Castro received $19,508 for his race against Gov. Williams; Democrat Sam Grossman had $34,450 from labor in his race against Sen. Paul Fannin, R-Ariz., and Orren Beaty, a Democrat, received $7,375 in his unsuccessful bid to unseat Rep. Sam Steiger, R-Ariz. Freeze halts all Arizona.'.-wage hikes Associated Press N Striking copper workers in Arizona and those whose contracts are soon to expire will be affected by the national wage - price freeze an-, nounced Sunday by President Richard Nixon. . In addition, many construction industry workers, .who. were to receive pay increases as the result of recently nego-' Phoenix radio station burglarized 2nd time Phoenix, radio station KCAC at 2106 N. 24th Street was burglarized of about :.$6,000 worth of equipment over the weekend, police said. . "' Jim- Murray, general manager of the station, said this was the second burglary in ..five months. Equipment and record albums worth $5,000 were taken in March from the station when it was located at 355 W. Cairielback. ; iPolice said latest entry into the building was made by. tiated contracts, will have to hrMMni roar Hoor window: wait at least 90 days for their v stolen were two turntables, a raises. eral bankruptcy court approved sale of the station for $175,000 to Golden West Christian School in Phoenix. The license transfer is waiting approval from the Federal Communications Commission. ' Murray iaid KCAC went off the air permanently Saturday evening. He said the burglary occurred between 8 p.m. Saturday and 12:30 a.m. yester- dav, . ...... i The KCAC staff will oper-, ate KDKB, a new radio station in Mesa, Murray said. Pioneer fire ruling is due TUCSON (AP)-A vising Maricopa County Superior Court judge took under, advisement yesterday a defense motion asking for dismissal of an arson charge against the 17-year-old Tucson youth accused in the Pioneer International Hotel fire. , - Twenty-eight persons died in the fire Dec. 20. Judge Morris Rozar's ruling on the motion, filed by How ard Kashman, attorney for Louis Taylor, was expected today. Taylor also is charged with 28 counts of murder. .. The defense motion asked that the arson charge be set aside because arson is implicit in the murder charges. To try Taylor for arson as well as for murder would put his client in double jeopardy, ' Kasnman argued. r . . . - m i ' ONLY 13800, 1 S3972 ti nt MO. Awwtl MTCMtlM raft 7 II vrt. U7UM total aaymant Da nrrto ymtm . uiw.w Trass, wstsr, alactrlelty, vlaw ; wnwM, raaas. tig tiiiwt um tm B cam-Iback, Scottidala, Arisen. 1 Terrence S. Meade, disaster v assistance coordinator of the Office of Emergency Pre-1 paredness, said yesterday that the wage - price freeze was just that a freeze of all wages and prices as of Aug. 14. "Deferred wages or salary increases which have been negotiated to take effect in the future come under , the restriction and are not permitted by the freeze. They are frozen." That means that some $1 million in retroactive pay increases for construction workers in the state will be frozen. There was speculation about how the freeze would affect striking copper workers. John Will, labor relations director for Anaconda, said the 1,200 employes on strike, at the company's Twin Buttes mine in southern Arizona might not want to return to their jobs at the old pay rate because of the freeze. . , American Smelting and Refining Co. and Inspiration Copper also still are negotiating on contracts. Among contracts expiring later this month are Pima Mining Co. and Duval Sierrita. Other major negotiations coming up in Arizona include several grocery companies, Allison Steel Co., Western Electric, Apache Powder Co. and K r u g e r Manufacturing Co. in Tucson. . . . .tape recorder a niicrophone, monitor ' speakers and record albums, police were told. . The station filed a petition) in bankruptcy last October; and three months ago the fed-1 Park application approved SCOTTSDALE The city has been given preliminary approval on its application for $625,000 in federal funds to build Jackrabbit Park in north Scottsdale, officials said yesterday. Mayor B. L. Tims said the city was notified yesterday by the Arizona Outdoor Recreation Coordinating Commission that the application has been approved and sent to the Bureau of Outdoor Recreation for final approval. It a p p r o v e d, the money would be used to build a V mile long park in the Indian Bend Wash from Chaparral north to Montebello. The park, which would also be used for flood control, would contain a 10-acre lake. Scacewater said the city's half of the $1.25 million park development project would come from bonds approved in 1965. Phoenix man killed working on car X A Phoenix man was killed last night when a car he was working on fell on him and crushed his head, police reported. ' " ' . Juan Diago Romero, 28, of 1932 E. Warner, was killed instantly when a chain that was supporting the car gave way, detective John Gluhak said. Romero and several friends were installing a new clutch in a car at 1932 E. Wier, Gluhak said. They had raised the car with a chain thrown over a rafter of a building, and the chain came loose while Romero was under the car, Gluhak said. ' Advertisement PEOPLE WANTED To Try Out New Hearing Aid PHOENIX, Arizona. A leading American hearing aid manufacturer selected Abbott Hearing Aid Center to work with people with a hearing loss to try out a new type of hearing instrument. We -prefer those who presently use a hearing aid who want and need improvement. However, anyone with a hearing prob lem can qualify. You'll hear whispers, separate sounds and understand words closer to normal without replacing bat teries. There is no obligation to buy anything. For complete details send name, address and telephone number to: BETTER HEARING, Republic & Gazette, Box 78-CK, Phoenix, Ariz. 85001 4-DAY POLICE WEEK PROVIDENCE, R. I. (UPI) The police department has announced its 418-man force will convert in the near future to a shorter four-day, 40-hour work week. Q COME ALIVE , . laave your at htm. 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