Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on January 12, 1969 · Page 73
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 73

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Kt I'I'HLIG BULLDOG Tomato stirs U.S., Mexico rift The Arizona Republic C-,1 Phoenix, Sunday, Jan. 12,1W9 AP Wirephoto BRITISH OBJECTION — Londoners stage demonstration in front of Australia House to protest Australian troop participation in Vietnam War. Banner at upper center shows Nixon and Johnson holding leash of dog With face Of Australian Premier John Gorton, currently in London. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Rhodes wed 50 years { L1TLHPIELD — Longtime iArizona lawmaker T. C. (Doc^ Rhodes and his wife JLou Ella, who moved to the valley 45 years ago on Valentine's Day, observe their 50th • wedding anniversary today. An open house for the couple will be held from 2 to 5 p".fn. in the fellowship hall of the Avondale Community United Methodist Church, 104 y. Western Aye., Avondale. • r Married in Burkburnett, Tex., on Jan. 14, 1919, they moved to Arizona in 1924, arriving in the Valley 12 years tb the day after Arizona achieved statehood. * -i I Rhodes, a native of North Carolina, settled with his wife in Glendale and in 1934 moved on a ranch west of Goodyear and started farming. In 1966 the couple moved here where they reside at 205 N. Neolin Ave. Rhodes was first elected to the Arizona House of Representatives in 1950 and contin- TUTHILL TO BOLOGNA BALTIMORE (AP) - John W. Tuthill, whose resignation as U.S. ambassador to Brazil is effective Jan. 20, will become professor of international politics at Johns Hopkins University's Bologna Center in Bologna, Italy. ucd there until I960, after seven consecutive reelections. He served 30 years on Mie Avondale School Board and is a charter member of the Litchfield Kiwanis Club. Mrs Rhodes, active in affairs at the Glendale Community Church, has developed a hobby of painting. Honorin? the couple at the open house will be the families of their sons, E. G. "Ear!" Rhodes of Avondale, Richard S. Rhodes of Litchfield Park, and the late B. C. "Bill 1 ' Rhodes, of Goodyear, and a daughter, Mrs. W. J. Robison of Goodyear. The couple ha* 19 grandchildren ana* 5 great-grandchildren. Los Angeles Times Service MEXICO CITY - The humble tomato has assumed what could become a typical role in United States relations with Mexico. Restrictions on U.S. imports of Mexico's winter crop have stirred intensive protest here, and farmers are talking of retaliating with a boycott of all goods made in the United States. AT STAKE, according to spokesmen for Mexico's growers, are about $24 million in revenue and the welfare of an estimated 10,000 Mexican families dependent on the tomato crop. The crisis, as it is being referred to in the press here, turns on a 1937 U.S. agricultural marketing law and a bumper winter crop in Florida. The law provides that in times of surplus, U.S. growers can appeal to the Agriculture Dept. to restrict the marketing of their product in interstate commerce. Florida's tomato growers are in the process of harvesting what appears to be an unusually bountiful crop and, to prevent prices from falling drastically, they have sought and obtained what are considered in Mexico to be severe restrictions. ALTHOUGH THE step is being criticized here as an embargo, U.S. officials point out that in fact jt simply fixes a minimum size for tomatoes introduced into interstate commerce. Mexican tomatoes, essentially of the vine-ripened variety, must be at least 2 and 17/32 inches in diameter to meet the standards. The restriction went into ef- Suit challenges State Bar question {A woman demanding admission .to the State Bar of Arizona will get an Arizona Supreme Court hearing Tuesday on her contention that the bar should not require her to brand the organizations she belongs to as either subversive or nonsubversive. •'She is Mrs. Sara-E. Baird, who identifies herself as a $67 Stanford University law school graduate who has lived jofr Arizona since that time. Through Phoenix Attorney Robert H. Allen, Mrs. Baird has filed a Supreme Court petition which asserts: • ' —IN APPLYING for admission to the bar here, she has answered the bar's question asking her to name all organizations she has joined since 16. —She has not answered a further question asking if she is or has been a member of .the Communist Party or any jother organization advocating irviolent governmental overthrow. ! The latter question requires $Jlrs. Baird to sit in judgment aon the organizations she has pisted among her affiliations •and "characterize" them as .'either nonsubversive or subversive, at her personal peril if such characterizations happen to be mistaken, her petition indicates. Moreover, the question infringes on constitutional freedoms of speech and association and it is unnecessary since Mrs. Baird has answered the other question calling for her affiliations by name, her petition adds. MRS. Baird believes she has passed the bar's entrance examination and the bar now should be required by the Supreme Court to show why she is not entitled to admission, her petition concludes. The bar has iled a two-fold response that: —Mrs. Baird's application for bar membership is still under consideration by that "EVERY HEE8 FOR THE SICKROOM" Rentals and Sales Bennet and Byrd Units Hospital Beds, Walkers, Wheel Chairs, Commodes. 278-8541 Dye Medical and Oxygen Supply Company 3332 W. 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CENTRAL Men. thrw ftt 9*?, 5af. ?«*, f «*. 10*$ Restor Permanent Waves now on Sale! Start the New Year with a new permanent, one of our famous Restor Permanent Waves. Now at special low prices during our January Sale. This is the permanent with conditioner that does such lovely things for your hair. $10 to $20* * Price slightly higher in our styling room. Rhode* Beauty Salon feet Friday, despite last- minute efforts to head it off by Mexican officials in Washington and by Arizona importers in U.S. District Court at Phoenix. The importers promptly filed an appeal, and a public hearing is scheduled for Monday in the Phoenix court. Arguments will be heard at that time on behalf of the impor- ters, who supply the winter market in California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas, and for the Agriculture Dept. Consumer and Marketing Service, the agency which ordered the restriction. SPOKESMEN for tomato growers in the Mexican states of Sinaloa and Sonora contend the new standards will reduce by half their normal annual shipment of about. 600,000 tons to the United States. In Washington, however. Agriculture Dept. officials say the reduction will probably be closer to 20 per cent. The Washington officials: point out, too, that Mexican tomato exports to Canada, roughly 20 per cent of the crop, will not be affected. Rhodes Save dollars on this sturdy folding high chair 13.99 reg. $18 You will find superior construction in this folding chair •with metal tray, foam-padded, vinyl-covered seat (full 3" thick!), and chrome frame. In blue-green or yellow- nursery prints. Safety travel seat fits all car types 9.99 reg. $13 Enjoy excellent savings on this travel seat. It is completely foam padded with automotive nylon safety strap and adjustable head rest. In either blue or black. Save now! 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