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PAGE TWO SECTION A TUCSON, MONDAY, JUNE 20, 1977 THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR Supporting arts Second lady on crusade 3 SI It TV rn I tV.f Jk R I j& u - -v' ST First ladies have been known for their pet crusades, but Joan Mondale doesn't let being No. 2 stop her from having one. Accompanying her husband, Vice President Walter F. Mondale, during a brief appearance here yesterday, Mrs. Mondale said her goal is "to support everyone of the arts in every way I can." On a tour of the Temple of Music and Art, where yesterday's fund-raising champagne brunch was held, she praised theater owner Bill Nicholls for his work in restoring the theater. , "It's been proven again and again. The cities that have cultural institutions downtown are the ones that can fight urban decay," she said. "I hope everyone can rally around and save it (the theater). On other subjects: Rosalynn Carter's Latin American tour "I thought she handled the trip very well, indeed. She had been very carefully briefed, and as she met them and became more and more familiar with their problems she gained confidence. She is really an ambassador. I know that he (President Carter) listens to her very carefully." The Tucson heat "I love it, I love it. I've been cold for the past week." 1 V irMc M 9-year-old Robby Flanagan gets some attention Vice president talks with picketing miners Star pnotot by Scott Breucher Joan Mondale squints in the Tucson sun Visit is full of handshakes The Mondales and Rep. Morris Udall outside temple (Continued ed for the occasion with desk, chairs and two oriental rugs. The orchestra plays. "Orchestal," it is called. They are blending ragtime songs with classical. ABC newsman Herbert Kaplow wipes the sweat off his face and licks his lips, nods his head and says something about a new comedy team "Fritz and Mo." The miners are jeering. One shouts, "Look at all the money going down the drain over there." Fritz and Mo take the stage and references are made to the weather. Says Udall, "Should he (Mondale) ever have to spend some time in hell, he gets one day's credit for time served." The speech is over. Udall and Mondale From Page One) and his wife, Joan, step off the podium. Mrs'. Mondale, a patron of the arts, tours the temple. The tour over, it's hand-shaking time again, and everybody wants in on that. Time to go. The agents spring into action, surrounding the dignitaries like the offensive line of the Oakland Raiders. They take off, except for one vehicle that won't start. The vice president has come and gone. A pigeon notes that the courtyard has cleared and lands next to a half-eaten burrito. He examines it, then walks over to a crushed plastic champagne glass. He looks around at the stragglers orchestra members, policemen, the visitors that remain walks back to the burrito, picks it up and flies away. A slim lead becomes no lead in killing of city businessman Lawmen working on a slim lead into the shooting death of Tucson businessman Charles C. Morgan saw the lead fizzle out yesterday. Morgan, 39-year-old president of Statewide Escrow Service, Inc., was found shot to death Saturday morning. His body was lying by Arizona 86, about 40 miles southwest of Tucson. On Friday, a man called police to a local motel to investigate the theft of some guns from his car. He gave his name as Charles ; i Morgan. . , After. Morgan's, , body, .was found Jn JJi&.. Venice statue theft fails desert, police went back-to the motel'tO""" question the man but he hadshecked out. VENICE (AP) Would-be thieves work- ..ft . ... .? -TJTtu ' ""SBUligiK nammerea a Kenaissance statue Further investigation proveJ that the man ;-( "A, at the foot of St. Mark.s M. muigttn unu Wda 1101 ..,ow ahnrtive allemnt to s!p;iI it mi. Although the results of an autopsy have not been made public, officers said Morgan's body showed little sign of decomposition. That is an indication, they said, that he had been dead less than 48 hours before his body was found at about 8 a.m. Saturday by two passers-by. Sheriff's Dept. investigators have not officially labeled the death as homicide, but sources said Morgan had been shot in the back of the head with a shotgun. was named Charles R connected with Charles said. C. Morgan, police thorities said. 14-year-old boy may start rabies treatments today A 14-year-old Tucson boy will have to begin rabies treatments at noon today if a dog that bit him at Bear Down Gym Saturday afternoon is not found, his mother says. Jeff Altman, of 7562 E. 35th St., was playing basketball at the gym when a fellow player's dog bit him, said his mother, Barbara. He was told the brown-and-black German shepherd .has been vaccinated against rabies, but the dog named Leroy must still undergo observation, said the Pima Animal Control Center. Anyone with knowledge of the animal should notify the center. They said the thump of the 440-pound marble work drew the attention of a custodian of St. Mark's Basilica, who called for police. The men fled when they heard police coming, leaving the statue behind. 2 die in Malaysian raid KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia (AP) Police killed one Communist guerrilla and wounded one yesterday in a raid on a house five miles from here, officers reported. They said one policeman was killed and one wounded. Officials said a third guerrilla was captured and two pistols, four hand grenades and a large quantity of Communist documents were seized. r-HI 7 f J (5. First lady here to chair hearing Rosalynn Carter and her daughter, Amy, landed in Tucson last night, about 12 hours before the first lady is scheduled to serve as honorary chairman of a public hearing by the President's Commission on Mental Health. Carter arrived at Tucson International Airport about 8:40 p.m. Gov. Raul Castro Chain saw burns a firefighter kicks dirt on a chain saw that ignited in intense heat in a forest fire in the Jemez Mountains southwest of Los Alamos, N.M., yesterday. The fire destroyed nearly 4,000 acres of the Santa Fe National Forest and threatened a cache of explosives on nearby federal land. (AP) was at the Arizona Air National Guard terminal to welcome her. She refused to talk with newsmen clustered near her aircraft, and stepped into a waiting car. The first lady is staying at the Doubletree Inn, 445 S. Alvernon Way, which is also the site of the conference. The testimony will begin this morning at 9:30 and is scheduled to last until 5 p.m. The hearing here is the third of four, with the final session scheduled tomorrow in San Francisco. The commission will submit a final report to the president on the mental health needs of the nation, how they can be met and what the priority for meeting them should be. That report is due next April 1. The two previous meetings Were in Nashville and Philadelphia. Tucson was chosen as the site of the third because of its rapidly growing population and because of the city's large number of Mexican-Americans, Indians and elderly people. for ROOF REPAIRS or a NEW ROOF FREE ESTIMATES Speedy Service Pound for pound Donaw . David Escalante was born at Tucson Medical Center at 4:25 a.m. yesterday, in time to make his dad, Donald, the winner of a Father's Day roast presented by the Cowbelles. The 7 lb., 10 oz. roast matches Donald's weight and was Ray school board vote tomorrow Tht Arizona Daily Star KEARNY Four men and one woman will compete for a seat on the Ray Unified District school board here in a special election tomorrow. The candidates are Alejandro Figueroa, Jack Caff all, Willard Lamphere, Edmund Alvarado and Sally Franks. They are seeking the post that was held by the late Salvador Castro, who died last March. presented because he was the first baby reported born in Tucson on Father's Day. His mother's name is Barbara. The Cowbelles are the unofficial women's branch of the Arizona Cattle Growers Assn. (Star photo) ' Workers end city walkout against airline A "sick-out" by baggage handlers against American Airlines ended yesterday morning as about 60 members of Local 502 of the Transportation Workers Union obeyed a court order and returned to work. "Two men called in sick but we were able to confirm they really were sick," said Richard Tyler, an American Airlines spokesman. The work stoppage was triggered by arguments over a worker who was promoted to an upgraded job in Puerto Rico, but then failed his 90-day probation and was returned to Tucson, Tyler said. The strikers believed he should have been allowed to keep the position, he said. The airline obtained an injunction against the strike from the U.S. District Court in Phoenix and managed to keep its planes on schedule with the help of supervisors and workers flown in from El Paso and San Diego, Tyler said. All Curios in Stock 20 off. HAYDEN'S DISTINCTIVE FURNITURE Where interior design is a customer service IMS North Freeway ( I nt rotate lO-Southbound load) Om-fcaN arik south of Prince load on the freeway Accra load AN INVESTMENT IN BETTER LIVING " " Don and Judy 'villX SPARKLE'S 4 tv SUMMER SPECIAL M l M I iff.. Q I Vr J Port1 fr"" Getmony. 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