Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 5
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 5

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 1, 1960
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T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE I, I960 4 Tucsonians To Graduate In Phoenix Four Tucsonians will graduate Friday from the American Institute for Foreign Trade, Phoenix. They are Robert M. Pesqueira, son of Mrs. Josephine Pesqueira, SHAVER REPAIR · Remington * Rcrason · Sefafek * Sunbeam · Norelco Catalina Shaver and Typewriter Co. SS S. Sfli Ave, Ph. MA 3-5070 SALES AND SERVICE I 4066 E. Roberts PL; John B. Barnett. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A . ; ' Swaringen. Rt. 5; Branko Pcrko- \ vich, 230! E. Speedway Blvd.; J and William W. Haugh. son of Mr. and Mrs. John H. Haugh, North Campbell Avc. Specializing in Latin America, ; the graduates have taken an i n - ; tensive training course in pre- j paration for a career in Ameri- ] can b u s i n e s s o r government; abroad. Pei'kovich's wife, t h e former Jacqueline Lipscomb, daughter of · Mrs. Elizabeth C. Lipscomb, 2301 E. Speedway Blvd. has been with! him at the Institute where she; also has learned the language of i the country in which her husband I plans to work. Size Of Planned Arizona Steel Mill To Be Tripled NEW YORK-^jf)--William Zeckendorf, president of j Webb Knapp Inc., said today he planned to more! than triple the size of t,wo projected steel mills in Mon-| tana and Arizona. I Both projects will go ahead, although start of construction of plants at Anaconda, ASR Protests Tax Levy On Mineralized Property $50,000 Suit Settled For $1,500 Boy Injured By BB Pellet Improving MISS AMEIIC* Youth m! bfjuty re c t p i u r c d In ihli 17 jiwtl witcfi wiln btju- tifully nuitchtd tipjn- tim w»celet. IJS.7S ·tursoor Mall moan link bnet- I f t ipirih jround your pretty wrist. s»U eft liny circle of i case. 23 jtwtis. »».W Take j All Summer TO PAY FOR YOUR BULOVA GRADUATION GIFT WATCH! Mont., and Clarksdale, Ariz., has been pushed back for technical reasons, he said. Zeckendorf made the statement by telephone upon being asked for comment on a published story today that construction of the mills had been delayed due to difficulties in financing. "We haven't even started toi look for financing," he said. \ Zeckendorf said the capacity of j each mill will be incraased from' the originally announced 100,000 tons annually to 350,000 tons and, the cost of the Anaconda mill from $20 million to $40 million and of the Clarkdale mill from $15 million to $40 million. He said a feasibility study indicated it would be .bettor to build larger plants. Zeckendorf said the complicated details involved in building mills to make steel from iron ore recovered from waste copper slag is taking longer than expscced. "The question now," Zeckendorf said, "is which mill will be started first." ]t was announced last September that construction of the Clarkdale mill would begin this year and operations would start by September 1961. No date was set for a start on the Anaconda project. Zeckendorf said design and engineering work will be commenced this year with construction of the first plant to be started late this year or early next year. Cost of electric power Is a big factor in the project, Zeckendorf said, adding that the availability s more promising at Anaconda. "Anaconda has every advantage except two," Zeckendorf said. "We are not certain of the freight costs from there to the seaboard and there is less secondary recovery of byproducts such as zinc." He said the waste material available from a mine owned by the Anaconda Co. contains 41 to 42 per cent iron while waste near an abandoned copper mine at Clarkdale contains 33 per cent iron. The American Smelting Refining Co. today protested a $9,705 tax assessment on 500 acres of mineralized property in its nit area west of Sahuarita. The protest was taken under advisement by the County Board of Supervisors which is meeting the first 10 days of June as a board of equalization. Atty. B. G. Thompson, representing the firm, explained that ASR formerly held" only the surface rights which were taxed at $20 an acre. However, it later acquired the mineral rights also for which the tax is $10 an .acre. Since the land is unproductive, there is no basis for the two assessments, r Thompson said. He claimed that the board should delete the surface rights assessment, stating that this was done elsewhere in the state. The case was turned over to \-V/ Btcause wt want you to giw your graduates.the Bulova Watch they want, we invite you to make your fetation now and take all summer, or longer, to pay for it. WEEK / A \ SEN*TM Outitindlni In ptrtorminct kut Mt cncr 17 j«wili, jhocMulittnt, dlillnctivi motif ci'rttt throufh on cm i»t tiMiwI** kind M«.M CNSICN gold, m«Kulin« touiri tfcilfn ins witir. proof too. 1? jewtli, ihock-rttlttint. cwnbiftitioit link »nd tipinsion bind. lll.H Cap, Gown and Bulova ... a Graduation Tradition J E W E L E R S ·\ CONGRESS STONE '· OPEN MONDAY FRIDAY Eveningi 'til 9 rlcr» Includt F»d*'0' Tor "Wc'ffOfOOf o* long rj* Cti\r. crystal ond r»own Off imort. TROUBLED? We Can Rid You of TICKS With Our Remedies. SUMMER ECZEMA Sprays · irtwtri Ytast · Dips · Witch's lr»w · Salftral Soaps and Shampattt FIN FEATHER PET SHOP 1741 N. Campbtll Avt. Boat Acquired For Future Lake PAGE --tf) -- Jt will be two or three years before water starts to back up behind Glen Canyon Dam. But there's a boat there already. The National Park Service has a large Navy LCM for use as a patrol boat on Lake Powell, the 125-mile-long lake to be created by the 'dam. The 24-ton veteran of World War II service in the Philippines now is propped up on blocks in the desert at Wahweap. James Eden, superintendent of the Glen Canyon Recreational Area t said today Park Service rangers Will overhaul the boat and have it ready for use when there is enough water to float it. The boat was hauled 950 miles from Rio Vista, Calif., to Page after being transferred to the park service by the Navy. The 'Incredible' 850 Deluxe $1519 Delivered PRECISION Meters SUMMER RATES LEASES FURNISHED APARTMENTS Studios -- 1 and 2 Bedroom o Coffee Shop · Dining Room Swimming Pool -- Telephones -- Utilities Included Refrigerated Cooling 6th Country Club Apartments 6th at Country Club EAst 7-3461 2 Bedroom--Schools--Utilities--Refrigeration Palo Verde Apartments 2152 N. Country Club EA 6-8181 9 Graduating j From Deaf, Blind School Commencement exercises will x held at 8 p.m. tomorrow when nine seniors will graduate from the Arizona School for the Deaf and Blind. George Smith, superintendent of 'lowing Wells Schools, will give the commencement address. Student speakers are Marilyn Ryan and John Lopez. The program which precedes the graduation exercises will include folk songs by the school band and chorus, and folk dances by students in the department for the deaf. Members of the graduating class are . Richard Bailey, Mirilyn Ryan, Fred Rogers, John Lopez and Alice Montano, all of Tucson; Sally Montiel, Phoenix; Florence Talashoma, Bakabi; Darwin Saul, Show Low; and Virginia Canas, Yuma. Broadway Strike Talks Fail Gov. Fannin Must Name 2 Justices PHOENIX-lfi-Gov. Paul Fannin now must fill two vacancies in the State Supreme Court. One vacancy was created by the death Monday of Justice Lev! S. Udall. Justice J. Mercer Johnson had announced his resignation earlier, effective Sept. L He plans to resume private law practice in Tucson. The governor yesterday said he would make no announcemen about appointment, of a successor to Udall at least until after the funeral tomorrow. Chief Justice Fred C. Struck meyer said me remaining four justices would conduct the high court's business until a succes sor is named. Struckmeycr said that in case of a tie vote on a decision a Su perior Court judge would cast the deciding vote. NEW YORK-UPI-Negotiations o avert a strike of Broadway heaters and national road shows roke down today. Demands from tourist interests that the shows must go on failed to keep the alks going. Actors' Equity made its "final" | demands on the League of New York Theaters at a 45-minute meeting this afternoon and was turned down "categorically." There appeared to be no chance hat the union's threatened strike of the hit play, "The Tenth Man", tonight would be called off. If "The Tenth Man" is closed, the league has said it would shutter all Broadway theaters tomorrow night. Seven national companies of Broadway hits would also be stopped in their tracks'in cities ranging as far west as Los Angeles. Chief Civil Deputy County Atty. Marvin Cohen for his legal inter-1 pretation. The supervisors also h e l d a special meeting to open bids for construction of a Pi ma Mine Road overpass to take regular traffic 1 over the.'ASR truck haul road.' ASR will cover the-cost ftf construction while the county will take care of the engineering. Apparent low. bidder .was the Johnson Construction Co. at $85,787. Other bidders were San Xavier Rock Sand Co., $87,649; Ashton Co., $94,961; and M. M. Suridt, $98,609. The contract award will be made tomorrow after a study of the bids by the county engineer. Other contracts to be awarded are for remodeling of the county hospital conference room into an X-ray 'room, and for the digging of three wells. The only X-ray room bidder was Irving D. Rubinstein, $15,414. ' Bidding on the wells was Carl Pistor, whose estimate was $8,655. The -well locations are Old Ft Lowell park, Continental, a,nd Sherwood Village. · The supervisors set June 20 for a -preliminary hearing on the establishment of Mona Lisa road. A $50,000 death law suit has! A Flagstaff boy'who suffered an eye injury in a target shooting been settled out of court here after the defense offered the plaintiff the sum of $1,500. Juan Molina, the plaintiff, had filed the action based on the v fatal accident which took the life of his 5-year-old son, Pablo, last September at Cortaro. Defendant was Cecil W. Houston, Sweetwater, Tex., represented by Atty. Richard Duffield. At- .orney ior Molina was Marian tfeilman. The boy was struck by Houston's auto as the'child ran across the road after'some playmates, according to the Arizona Highway. Patrol which investigated the accident. . ' He Hopes The Bet Exceeds The Fine HULL, Quebec -UPI- Wilfred Crete, 25, stripped to his shorts and jumped 50 feet from the inter- provincial bridge into the Ottawa River. s Police, who said Crete told them he made the jump "to win a bet," arrested him on disorderly conduct charges when ft* came ashore. MMICIKATID AUTO All CONPITICNU '259. Completely Installed Unconditionally Guaranteed ' NEASHAM Service Center 124 Se. Cherry, eff iway. accident Memorial Day was. r*-. ported in improved condition today at St. Mary's Hospital, The victim. Jerry Saravo/ 11, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Saravo, was struck in'he rfght eye .bjr * BB pellet. · · ' - ; . . ; ' ; "y The sheriff's office said the Accident occurred while 'die v Savaros , were visiting relatives in Jaynes Station. . · · " . . · ' . ff ' Jerry was struck'by a pellet fired by Danny Edwards, 12, SOT of Roy v C. Edwards, when J?rry inadvertently stepped behind a target.; / ' ' · · · · "-· .: "-'" " . " ." Ttie boy's eye hemorrlMied/hos- pital authorities said, but is improved and sight will not be Ipst. FAST ·tot HHrvfc*. Fair MtMMMMrt eff jpWele wfti* »r* M yewr »i4«. You can't buy better protection. Or broader ·· Or greater peace of nind.. And you save money, too! i onfftiL dnvera. Farmers Auto Insurance AUTO* DISTRICT OFFICE R. E. PRUITT, Jr., District Agent 257 N, Ston* Avt. Ph. MA AMPHI SHOPPING CENTER BRANCH James Baiofh 711 E. Ft Lowdl Ph. MA MMS SOUTH TUCSON BRANCH Joe Patter MM M47 S. fth Ave. Ph. MA MHZ SPEEDWAY BRANCH Junes F, Eejer 1WN. JMMBM. Ph. EA Mitt Wilmet Plaia Wilmet at I. Ireodway AX 1-7791 Howard A. Mains , Robert G. Gum Youth, 18, Killed As Truck Overturns WILLIAMS -- m -- Allen Ray Welch, 18, of Williams, died yesterday when a pickup truck he ·was riding in overturned on State Route W about 20 miles north of Williams. Welch's pickup was being towed by a car driven by Dave Beck, 16, also of Wiliiims. Beck's car also overturned and he was hospitalized with serious injuries. The Highway Patrol said Beck apparently lost control of his car. Welch was thrown from the pickup's cab. DAD'S DAY GIFT IDEAS Summer slocks with a silk look MUGGERS Continental styling make* thenVtho dukiest* looking slocks Dad's seen in many a moon. $ 14.95 Just Hce Dod, ihew slacks ore cool ond definitely en the fashionable side. Huaoers have that ultra-rich silk look ... plus the Continental styling of self beb\ Hidden waist grippen keep Dad's shirt pulled down and neat .. . and hoid his slocks at the waist line for perfect trimneu. If yours is the best drested Dad in town . . . best get him Huggere. Ul BC -3 M ~ o 8 X X o ® A 8 xe He's SAFER at Work . . . Than Driving Hornet , *· · '-- \ \, ^fa*^T Halt an MHMrav Sport shirt of tho wook COURT by Manhattan. Crisp, cool handkerchief weight washobte cotton. luiH-ir) collar keeps Dod looking stKitp oK doy long. $ 5.00 flft KcrwfmgjS Boteowl 120 ntortn Sfofio 8 co e GJ © rl worked. ingbmry. But hie on -the- job »fety didn't jwt h*pp«. ttv ti*e nmilt at dote observation of md ntxiiBMi to pvovcfi ancty TWH and pt Action. Keonecott empioyew «re proud of tlwfe 'mm ovtrt»ndb« on-ibe-job wiefy nootd. In 195ft, Ihnr ·ccident raw w» Ibe kwwt of afi open pit mine open- 19 )o«t-time accident* per Bullion man-houn worked! TW pit aaion WM 8.71 per thmgg, and te thfttAey eve done that Wy.

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