Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 1, 1973 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY I, 1973 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 5 asked in PCC feud - ' An "outraged" faculty asso- Delation today asked the Pima ".Community College Governing '"Board to refuse the new appointments of six teaching di"".vision chairmen. *·[ The request was sent by let- -4er to board members by the ll'PCC Faculty Association ,;CBoard. ',~r It also asked the governing "body to,clarify whether facul- ^ty members had a right to !···:play a part in decisions of the ^"president .which,.- deal with i! "staff reorganization. ilc The letter was sent as part 'Z of the faculty association's re- ;r;spphse to PCC President Ir;;;; :win L. Specter's. selection of '·the chairmen' without-first ' asking for faculty nominations ; as he had indicated he would. :^ Also included in the letters to each governing'tooard member were copies of a statement which expressed "outrage" at ""..Specter's action. It was draft- TM ed by the faculty board and -·' approved by a majority of -"PCC's full-time faculty at a ^meeting Tuesday. . About 100 faculty members at Tuesday's meeting .unanimously had asked the faculty board to draft the request to the governing board asking them not to recognize the new directors' appointment. It also asked that any'subsequent appointments of subject' area . coordinators under ; the directors not be made "until an equitable selection process is jointly agreed upon by the fac- Tucson doctor . - . · : ; ; · . . , ; ; - . · - · . . « · * · is reappointed Dr. Duncan E. Reid, 2600 E. Skyline Drive, has been reappointed to the advisory committee on medical, science of the American Medical Association. \ . The committee deals with problems such as utilizing allied health personnel, increasing the number of physicians and the need 1 for better scientific communication with the medical profession. ulty board and the college president." The faculty board plans to meet with Spector some time next week; The.faculty board asked the governing board for clarification of the faculty's role in decision-making processes "as an expression of our,good intentions and of our desire;to resolve these problems." Mail to Vietnam is curtailed WASHINGTON (UPI The U.S. Postal Service has taken steps to cut off the flow of matt to,American military post offices in. Vietnam. The Postal .Service already has stepped accepting second and third class mail and surface parcels addressed to Vietnam. Yesterday -it announced it would stop accepting air parcel -post 'Monday and all personal letter mail March 1. The: service said it acted in compliance with a Defense Department request. IPs gigantic jigsaw puzzle · MOSCOW (UPI) - A newlywed couple in Khirgizia bought an unassembled furniture set, hauled it up to their fourth-floor apartment; and discovered none of the,,. parts matched. ,^"' They complained^to the .store manager', who gave tl.em the' addresses of 30 other couples who bought unassembled sets the same day plus the advice: "Go to them and find the matching parts." Ruling contradicts 3tate high court ":.- PHOENIX (AP) - A Superior . Court judge has gone ' against an Arizona Supreme - Ccui't ruling in declaring un- constitutional a law allowing, ^'·without, a. prior hearing, the Z seizure of property to satisfy "."..debts. In ruling yesterday, Judge -'· Howard V. Peterson refused ."to follow a recent Arizona Su.,," preme Court decision uphold~ ing the statute, and con- formed instead with an earlier " : - dictate of the U.S. Supreme :" Court. , . . . ' ' ·:· ' ;· "I find myself in the regrettable position of being called - upon to rule on an issue where ~. the federal and State Supreme '-- courts are at loggerheads," , T Peterson said. ; The judge ruled on a motion to block a writ of attachment -on 13 parcels of land owned by " M r . and Mrs. Rodger Wagner . of Scottsdale for a ?15,000 :.debt. ;· An attorney for the couple 'Model EN. "to convene ,atUA ~ More than 550 high school ; students are expected to at.; tend the llth annual Arizona ; ; Model United Nations tomor- "· row and Saturday at the Uni"- varsity of Arizona. ",,' The students represent 50 "'Arizona high schools, and one ;;delegation is from Sonora, -'Mexico, said Bruce Wright, '"graduate adviser to the UA "" function. ··".. The Model U.N. meetings, ·; .which will be in the UA Student Union Ballrooms, will consider such issues as apar- ".' theid in South Africa, political " sanctions against Southern Rhodesia and the Palestinian refugee problem, Wright said. Yassin-El Ayouty, U.N. po- .litical affairs officer, will speak at a banquet tomorrow night. argued that the attachment, issued without prior notice by a Superior Court clerk, vio lateddue process of'law as prohibited 1 by a June 1972 U.S. Supreme Court ruling. The Arizona Supreme Court, in a November ruling in . similar case, refused to follow the federal mandate because it came in a 4-3-vote,-with two justices not voting. Clerk Wilson Palmer said the Superior Court ruling ·would not affect future proceedings on writs of attachment. "It takes a ^State Supreme Court ruling, or a U.S. District Court with a three- judge panel," he said. HOT AAfXVTER WHEN YOU WANT ITI Rheemglas Fur Y . ."A WATER HEATER ^^ Fast recovery burner design gives you a steady stream of hot water. Rheemglas lined, non-corrosive. 12 models, 20 to 100 gallons. iromt COOLING HEATING CO. 3136 EAST GRANT ROAD NEAR COUNTRY CLUB RD. 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