Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 2
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PAGE 2 Rnt*r*tf *f MCWMI ttttt P«*l Offlc*. TucMfl, ArlzMia T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 News City And State .._'. The new president of the State Bar of Arizona says the Supreme Court should have two more justices to help carry legal burdens. PAGE 47 Tucson International Airport closed to jet airliners as repaying begins on long runway. PAGE 1 Pima County Teachers Union, declaring stand against salary raises may force teachers into "moonlighting," asks District 1 and Sunnyside school boards to reconsider decision. PAGE 17 Two young Tucsonians were injured, one seriously, last night when a sportscar plunged 200 feet down a steep embankment off the Upper Sabino Canyon Road. A 17-year-old girl was rescued by sheriff's deputies and passersby after her boy friend crawled up to the road to summon help. PAGE 17 The Nation Teamsters President James R. Hoffa wins a major victory over the AFL-CIO in a key representation election in Philadelphia area. Hoffa appears as a man who came up the hard way and aims to stay there. PAGE 36 Rural storekeeper Floyd Simpson is held in the slaying of integrationist William L. Moore. PAGE 5 Educational chaos is threatened by continuing strife between school boards and teachers, a University of Arizona educator says in Denver. . PAGE 17 Revolutionary agents and "tons of arms" are leaving Cuban ports for Latin American countries almost daily, according to an American eyewitness. PAGE 17 A biting drama, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? " and a rowdy musical, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," share top honors in Broadway's annual Tony Awards. PAGE 40 Communist agent's illegal presence and actions within the United States are documented in a spine- tingling column by Victor Riesel. PAGE 18 Washington "Quite a few people from the Tucson area" are expected to testify on Arizona road construction practices before a congressional subcommittee. Citizen reporter Jay Hall, on a visit to Washington, learned this from an authoritative source today PAGE 17 The president of the United States Chamber of Commerce has urged the Kennedy Administration to take firm action against the Communist menace in Cuba. ^ PAGE 1 The World The Dominican Republic issues a 24-hour ultimatum to Haiti over an embassy invasion and cancels all soldiers' leaves. Haiti breaks off diplomatic relations. The Organization of American States sends a fact-finding team to make quick study of the situation. PAGE 1 The guns are still silent on the Plaine des Jarres, but the Communists accuse the United States of new intervention. The U.S. embassy and Gen. Kong Le deny the charge. PAGE 22 First returns from Italy's national elections indicate a swing toward the right, away from Premier Amintore Fanfani's experimental "center-left" government. PAGE 1 Fidel Castro and Premier Khrushchev go into private huddle following a red-carpet welcome to Moscow described by veteran Western observers as the best ever accorded a foreigner. PAGE 1 Sports C. K. Yang surpasses "magic" 9,000-point mark in decathlon to highlight weekend assault on world records, which includes Arizona State University's new world mark in the mile relay. PAGE 43 Rincon's Bob Stiffler looks toward a possible time of 4:12 in the mile run after leading his team to title in the Division 4AA Track and Field Championships. PAGE 43 Wily old Warren Spahn's pitching wizardry climaxes Milwaukee's sweep of a three-game invasion of San Francisco, lair of the defending National League champions. PAGE 43 General Index Dr. Alvarez Citizen Charlie 47 Comics 41 Crossword Puzzle 26 Deaths 47 Editorials 18 9 Molly Mayfield Movie Times Public Records Sports TV-Radio Dials Woman's View Financial News 24, 2SJ Tucson Tonight 10 40 47 43-46 38 27-33 17 2 Finalists Named For Kino Statue Two finalists have been named in the contest to 'select an Arizona sculptor' to execute a statue of the pioneer priest and explorer, Father Eusebio Francisco Kino. They are George Phippen of Skull Valley and Mme. Suzanne Silvercruys, Belgium- born sculptress, who recently purchased property in Tucson on which she plans to erect a studio. A cowboy artist who has been illustrating Brown Bigelow western calendars for many years, Phippen plans, if his work is chosen, to make the statue of Arizona-mined metals. It would be cast at Prescott where he will supervise the castings and finishing at the Noggle Bronze Works. If Mme. Silvercruys is commission to execute the Kino statue, it will be cast in New York. Walter Fathauer, chairman of the Governor's Committee for the Father Kino Statue, said today that Phippen and Mme. Silvercruys have been asked, as the next step, to submit models of their proposed statues. The models, which will be half-sized figures in clay or plaster, will be judged by the committee at a meeting in the fall. Voluntary gifts must be collected to meet the cost of placing the Kino statue in National Statuary Hall in Washington, D. C. Louis J. Felix of Tucson and Sherman Hazeltine of Phoenix are heading the fund-raising campaign. Officers Elected ByACLU Ted Mote of Phoenix was elected president of the Arizona Civil Liberties Union at a meeting Saturday in Casa Grande. Malcolm H. Bissell Jr. of Tucson was elected vice president. Other officers include Ben Shein, Tucson, treasurer; Morris A. Hughes, Phoenix, secretary, and S. Leonard Scheff, Tucson, and Jerry Pollack, Phoenix, counsels. Tucsonians serving on the state board are Maclovio Barraza, Mrs. Joan Cox, Gerald Dulgov, Mrs. Elizabeth Estrada, the Rev. John C. Fowler, Jack Heimowitz, William C. Lawton Jr., Michael Maher, Philip Malinsky, George Papcun, Prior Pray, Cornelius Steelink, and James Webb. In addition to electing officers, the board outlined the ACLU's 1963-64 program. State Losing Two Radar Stations WASHINGTON--#)-- Air Force radar stations at Yuma and Winslow will be deactivated this summer. The Pentagon announced the action Friday, saying it is part of a plan to achieve a more effective defense against the threat of long range bombers. The Yuma transfer will affect 129 military men and two civilians. The Winslow shift will involve 126 servicemen and eight civilians. Reclamation Bureau Hires Negro Pilot In Airline Case WASHINGTON--«»--Mar- lon D, Green, Negro pilot who won a Supreme Court decision last week in a Colorado discrimination c a s e , was hired by the Reclamation Bureau today as an auxiliaiy pilot. He is believed to still want a job with Continental Airlines--whose failure to hire him precipitated the Supreme Court test--and to have ac- cepted the Reclamation Bureau for duty early next month in Denver. He will serve: at Denver and other locations at which the bureau has planes, such as McCook, Neb., Boise, Idaho, and Billings, Mont., as the need arises. He will be an assistant and replacement for other bureau pilots, as required. Green's home is in Lansing, GAO Abandons Study Of TFX Contract Data WASHINGTON--OP--The General Accounting Office, a watchdog agency for Congress, was reported today to have abandoned its efforts to determine why the Pentagon awarded the TFX war plane contract to the high bidding company. o _ _ _ , _ ^ ^ , Well placed sources said Co. of Seattle as promising a GAO has found a confusing better and cheaper version of tangle of figures which defied the TFX, a sophisticated'type its efforts to find the basis for fighter-bomber for the Air the disputed award of the con- Force and Navy. The TFX tract to the General Dynamics designation stands for tactical Corp. of Fort Worth, Texas. * : ~ Ul - : i -' Repeated military evalu- -..,. j.-.-.-j-...^ ^= *·_·*,._* ·_.-.- ations have rated a rival de- penditures expected ultimate- sign and bid by the Boeing ly to total between $6 and $7 " billion, making it the largest contract of its kind in Pentagon history. The Senate investigations subcommittee, seeking to determine whether favoritism or bad judgment might explain why the contract went to the Texas firm, had asked the GAO to analyze the figures on which Secretary of Defense Robert McNamara based the award last December. A well placed source told a reporter that the GAO has informed the subcommittee's chairman John L. McClellan, D-Ark., that the Pentagon's figures baffled its accountants and it was unable to comply with the request. McClennan declined to confirm or deny the report. His subcommittee plans to resume its closed hearings on the contract Wednesday. Wife Struck Down By Spouse^s Car A woman was injured last night when struck by her estranged husband's car in the parking lot at Old Tucson, Deputy Sheriff David Santa Cruz reported. Mrs. Barbara J. Cass, 21, of 2701 S. Castle Drive, was in satisfactory condition at St. Mary's Hospital with head bruises and a possible back injury. The deputy said her husband, David, 21, of 3410 S. Mission Rd., said he drove off after talking to her, looked back and saw her lying on the ground. He said the couple drove to Old Tucson in separate cars. Mrs. Cass told the officer she and her husband are in the process of getting a divorce. The accident occurred about 6 p.m. 8,000 At Kiwanis Barbecue Sunday Approximately 8,000 Tuc- sonians attended the 14th annual Sunshine Kiwanis barbecue at Randolph Park yesterday, according to Fred Contzen, chairman. The crowd consumed 7,000 pounds of barbecued beef, more than 7,500 rolls, 400 gallons of beans and 1,700 gallons of coffee. Pit master was Martin H. Baldwin. This year's attendance of 8,000 persons broke last year's record of 6,761. Trcmspor- taiion to SEATTLE 1962 Model Cars All ; Gas - Oil and Proper I Insurance included. 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Home-Delivered In Tucson: 5c Per Week. Annual Subscription by Mall: $23.40. Home-Delivared Outside Tucson: *Sc Per Week. Mich., but his court suit grew out of an attempt in Denver to become a pilot for Continental Air Lines. Green will'be paid $9,475 a year in his government job, in which he is designated as on temporary assignment while renewing the proficiency of pilot requirements. The Supreme Court last week unanimously reversed a 4-3 decision by the Colorado Supreme Court that the Colorado A n t i - Discrimination Commission lacked authority to order that Continental hire Green. T h e Anti - Discrimination Commission had found that Green was not selected for a pilot's job with Continental because of his race and had ordered him enrolled in one of the airline's pilot training classes. Green said that he decided to seek an airline career while on duty with the Air Force in Japan. He held the rank of captain when he left the service on May 8, 1957. In his court suit he said Continental .hired five other pilots who applied at the same time he" did, but who had less experience. He said he was the only Negro. "I have the hopeful view of ultimate employment as an airline pilot," Green said today. He came to Washington at the invitation of Reclamation Commissioner Floyd E. Dominy for an interview with regard to the job for which he was hired. REGULARITY INTESTINAL COMFORT ' are prompted by the use of * RADIANCE ACIDOFILAC ' and T A rTTTT TTkT' -Lj/iVj JL AX 1 VJUXU This palatable culture and companion product reinforce favorable intestinal flora. Especially good after the use of ANTI-BIOTICS I pt. Acidofilac l . 7 5 r !2 cz. Lactifuds !.50^ BOPP HEALTH * FOOD STORES 45 S. 6th Ave. MA 3-8731 3838 E. Speedway EA 6-9302 Ford Tractor Rebuilt Engine $ H5 (with a rebuild able engine) EQUIPMENT SALES SERVICE "Specializing in Industrial and Farm Equipment" 2525 N. 1st Ave. Ph. MA. 3-6341 Tucson Suspension Of Inspector Demanded SIERRA VISTA--(/W--The suspension of Sierra Vista building inspector Cleo Goodner was demanded yesterday. Twenty contractors told the City Council that Goodner had been contracting without a valid license, , The contractors also accused Goodner of doing work in violation of state laws. They filed this complaint with the state, registrar of contractors. a sensible musical instrument CONN organ for a sensible musician by a sensible company Conn Organ Corp. from a sensible studio with a sensible play plan Broadway ORGAN CENTER 4530 E. Broadway ADVICE ABOUT DYES In their natural state, cotton, wool,' silk and Hn«n in either off-white or yellowish and dull. And even the sy* thetic fibers--like rayon, 'acetate, nylon,- orlon'and' what hsvo you do not emerge from their final chemical gestatk* with any color to speak of, . Yet most of the things we wear are COLORED. ' Therefore, they ate obviously dyed. . So it's an astonishing and incredible fact to me as ft cleaner how'few Women check on the fastness of the dye when they buy colored garments or fabrics, ; Let's be plain: If the garment or fabric you're buying is labeled color fast, you can be quite sure it is, If it isn't labeled color fast, you can also be quite sure that It Isn't. · And if it isn't, it's just plain common sense that you can expect it to bleed color when it's cleaned or washed. Why not buy things that are color fast? There will be problems enough with fading due to gas fumes or excessive exposure to sunlight and the chemical action of grime and stains without starting out under a handicap. 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