Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona on October 24, 1968 · Page 3
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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1968 SECTION A PAGE THREE Apartment Tax Seen Increasing Holsclaw Promises Equalization Attempt Tucson apartment owners were told last night that their 18 property tax bills will be 39 per cent higher, on an average, than those levied against home owners but they received assurances of equalization in the next legislature. Douglas L. Holsclaw, unopposed Republican candidate for re-election to the Senate, spoke before more than 500 persons at a meeting called by the Arizona Apartment Assn. in Doolen Junior High Auditorium. He said he would support an a s s o c i a t i o n-backed bill to amend the new property tax legislation to reduce the assessment rate for apartment owners from 25 to 18 per cent at which home owners are assessed. He sheared the platform with three other Republicans Scott Alexander, incumbent candidate for the Arizona House of Representatives; Sen. Ken Cardella, candidate for re-election, Sen. Krnest Garfield, candidate for re-election, and one lone Demo- j i rat , William Risner, candidate! lor the House. Holsclaw admitted the last legislature lacked the foresight Ui distinguish between transient ;md permanent rentals. Arizona has 400.000 mt-manent renters earning, on an average. 4.1 per cent less than home buyers. It would not be economically sound, he added, to put an additional burden on them. "The more they pay in rent, . the less they'll have left for oth- it purchases and savings," he said. "And the more they can : purchase, the more sales taxes they'll pay." He pointed out that the pur-' pose of tax reevalu3tion and reassessment was to shift the tax burden from property owners to the public at large through increased sales, cigarettes and income taxes. He expressed confidence 'he legislature will pass "this equitable and justifiable bill." Noting that Holsclaw voted for the tax reform bill. Alexan der said he, Holsclaw, has just eaten about 1.000 pounds of crow." Asked "what idiot" said taxpayers had to pay a full year's tax before they could file suit for reduction. Cardella said, it's the law and no one anticipated ii would take so long to get out lax bills in Pima County, leaving no time to get court action before Nov 1 He warned Hie apartment owners to expect and look for clerical errors i n their bills, saying Ins own bill was in error. Such bills, he said, needn't be paid until corrected. A show of hands indicated all but three persons in the audience had received higher tax ! valuations and higher tax bills. Cardella said a sampling of 9.0(10 homes in Maricopa County showed 7.000 had received lower tax bills. In Lieu Of Transplants Surgery Repairs Damaged Hearts LOS ANGELES (AP) Doctors described a surgical technique Wednesday they said can be used in lieu of heart transplants for 85 to 90 per cent of patients with severe coronary artery disease. Called partial left ventricular resection, it involves surgical removal of part of the heart j and. usually, implantation of two jthjrd t0 om,.half of (he j(,f, veil. arteries from the chest cavity. myy m ,je fu(R,loning An announcement from the jllipainng operation of the nor-Los Angeles County-University j mal pol1j()n ol- U)P heail of Southern California Medical , , in such cases, ur. tay Center said it was first tried five months ago, and now has been used on II patients who were likely candidates for heart transplants. Eight are Ining. well and much improved, the announcement said. The procedure was developed by Jerome Harold said, "we remove the diseased portion of the ventricle, sew up the remaining healthy portion, and the procedure is completed. "In all instances the remain-, nig healthy portion of the heart ! has been able to take over the task of pumping blood with Kay, chief of thoracic siu.geiy, greatly increased efticiency." and Drs. Harold K. Tsuji, John : "There are thousands of per-V. Redington and Adoll'o Men-! sons throughout the world who dez. are candidates for heart trans- Dr. Kay said that in patients Plan,s but wl, could be aved with coronary artery disease, b.v such a cardiac resection." frequently only the iower one-' Dr. Kay said. Formal Trial Sought For Mrs. Hatch ; FLAGSTAFF (AP) - A hearing on the question of refiling first degree murder charges against Mrs. Shirley Hatch of Flagstaff will be continued Monday. Coconino County Superior Court Judge Launmee Wren ordered the continuance Wednesday on the request of defense attorney William Meyers. Justice ol the Peace James Brierley ruled Tuesday that the woman had acted in self-defense in the gunshot death of 19-year-old James L. Nibletl and the wounding of his mother Eunice. County Attorney Jerry Smith says the issue of self defense should be heard by a jury. If probable cause is found in the hearing. Smith will ask Judge Wren to bind the 41-year-old woman over for Superior Court trial. Hughes Will Pay $17.3 For 28-Story Las Vegas i LAS VEGAS, iev. (API - Howard Hughes has reached an j agreement to buy the 28-story Landmark Hotel and Casino lor $17.3 million, the owners said: Wednesday. Sheldon Sandler, a lawyer for the Caroll Construction Co., said "a meeting of the minds" was reached over the sale and that terms had only to be put on paper. Hughes, a secluded billionaire who moved to Las Vegas two years ago, owns live other hotels ami casinos in Las Vegas. lie dropped plans to buy the Stardust llolel in August after the Justice Department investigated whether the purchase would be a monopoly. The Landmark, tallest building in Nevada, was finished in the spring but had been standing vacant while the owner searched lor a buyer. The owner, Frank Caroll, dropped Ins application for a gambling license alter he was Million Hotel : arrested on an assault and battery charge, which was later dropped. Hughes' purchase must Ik: ap-. proved by Ihe state gaining Commission, which has approved his other applications. Another hurdle could be the ; Justice Department, which stepped in before. But Sandler pointed out that the Stardust was a thriving hotel whereas the Landmark was owned by a bakrupt corporation. Maricopa Judge Restricts Newsmen In Murder Case PHOENIX (AP) - Maricopa County Superior Court Judge Edwin Thurston Wednesday ordered attorneys and witnesses ' not to discuss with the press any matters pertaining to Robert j Enderson, 20, who is awaiting i trial on two first degree murder charges. The order leaves the attorneys free to discuss the case with ! anyone but newspaper, broad-'east and magazine reporters. 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