Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona on January 19, 1972 · Page 5
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Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, January 19, 1972
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TUCSON, WEDNESOAY, JANUARY 19, 1972 Arizona Ecologisfs Win Appeal Against Naumann THE ARIZONA DAILY STAR SECTION A - PAGE FIVE statute !n question is not unconstitutionally varni Within a few hours of the appellate court decision, an order setting up a new hearins before Roylston at 11 a.m. this morning, was signed by Juds:e Norman Fenton. Hisner and Wolf will again seek a court order to have Naumann kept from voting on the pollution controls question. Attorney Jhn F. Molloy, who represents Naumann. commented after the appellate court decision, "We would like to see this problem get before the Arizona Supreme Court But whether or not we have time or a way to do it, I don't know." Molloy could petition the high court this morning to issue a stay order against the 11 o'clock hearing. Monday morning he attempted to present the. case to the Supreme Court, but it refused to take jurisdiction in the matter. During the arguments before the appeals court yesterday, Wolf pointed out that the Arizona attorney general had written an opinion In the Nauman matter. Atty. Gen. Gary Nelson wrote that as he interpreted the conflict-of-interest statute. It would appear that a member of a state board in Naumann's position with the construction firm would have a substantial (Centlnued Frem Page One) interest in a Health Board decision. However, Nelson declined more comment since at that point, Itoylston's ruling of unconstitutionality Mill stood. Molloy argued to the appeals court that practically everyone in the state would be unqualified to sit on the Health Board since the statute is so broad it even excludes anyone who has relatives with direct or indirect Inter est in the mines. - "The statute is dangerous," he argued. "It keeps good, qualified people from sitting on state boards and commissions even if they only have an indirect interest in the decision." ' Appellate Court Judge Lawrence Howard commented, "It seems obvious that if you can't serve two masters, as the statute seems to Indicate, then how can someone who is tied up with mining companies (Naumann), give a decision on a board determining regulations affecting mines? I dont think the statute is vague." Wolf concluded the arguments with, "Many businessmen would be excluded from state boards under this statute. Business interests have dominated in this state for some time. Naumann has an interest that would tend to bias him in this decision.', 7 Former Screen Star Rochelle Hudson Dies PALM DESERT, Calif. (AP) - Former film actress Rochelle Hudson, 55, who co-starred with Will Rogers, Frederic March and other leading men in the 1930s and early 1940s, has been found dead in her home, authorities said Tuesday. The Riverside County sheriff's office said she may have suffered a heart attack. An autopsy was planned. Walter Price, a real estate business associate, found the body Monday alter being summoned by Miss Hudson's widowed mother, Mae Hudson, who got no response from her daughter by telephone or at the door. A friend, Evelyn Young, said Miss Hudson recently had been ill with a cold and laryngitis. Mrs. Young said no funeral Is planned. The actress appeared In about 75 pictures, including "Imitation of Life" and "Rebel Without a Cause." Her last film was "Stait-Jacket,, Miss Hudson's divorce from her fourth husband, Robert L. MindeU, became final 10 days ago. Born In Oklahoma City, she came to Hollywood with her parents in 1927. Her mother took her at age 13 to 20th Century-Fox, where she received voice training and played a small role. RKO then cast her with Edna Mae Oliver in "Laugh and Get Rich" and "Fanny Foley Herself." Later she re- ROCHELLE HUDSON turned to Fox as leading lady with Will Rogers in "Dr., Bull" She left Hollywood in 1942, saying, "You can only be an ingenue for so long." In 1954, she returned to star in 26 episodes of a television series "That's My Boy," with Eddie Mayehoff. 2 Phoenix Men To Stand Trial In Stock Swindle Two Phoenix men charged with the sale of unregistered securities in the alleged $120,-000 stock swindle of an 88-year-old Tucson woman are scheduled for trial March 1 in Superior Court They are Bob Lee Scarborough Jr., who was arraigned yesterday before Judge Norman Fenton, and Henry Smith, of Phoenix, who has already been arraigned. Scarborough refrained from entering a plea so Fenton entered a plea of innocent for him. Smith and Scarborough, are accused of selling Mrs. Grace Hallett, of 1416 E. Mabel St., shares of stock in a firm called Smith and Smith and Associates, Inc., in January 1970, after she turned over her General Motors stock to them. 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