Â·,, WEDNESDAY. MARCH 9, 1966 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGfi* I TO OPPOSE BROWN New Idea for March Fun --AP Wire photo t While many youngsters were dragging out thek kites Tin the March winds, Randy Rabb of Raleigh, N.C., Â· was different. He unfurled a parachute, held onto it - and rode his skateboard. Randy caused raised eye- brows along his street, and the other youngsters were a little envious. At times, however, the wind grew so strong that Randy had to get off the skateboard to slow down the chute. Police Kill Man Who Slew *. Couple Over Price Of Car :i ORANGE, N.J. -UPI- Police shot and killed a man today suspected of slaying a pregnant woman and her hus- fcand in Newark shortly after Kiidnight in an argument over the price of a car. The,killer 'also had critically wounded one of the couple's children. Â·- The suspect, Samuel Stout, 47, '$ Newark, was killed in a gun battle with police from three immunities. One policeman jftas critically wounded in the fight. ~ About 25 patrol cars from Or- Jfnge, West Orange and East Orange converged on a frame Eouse when the suspect alleg- jdly opened fire on an officer waking a routine check. iDet. Sgt Herman Peccarelli yas shot in the head in the bat- He which lasted an hour and a half. He was listed in critical condition at Orange Memorial Hospital. The suspect was gunned down by a patrolman firing from the window of a house across the street. The shooting began about 10 urn. and ended a little before 11:30 a.m. An alarm was issued for Stout early today after the knifing in Newark. When police arrived at the scene of the stabbing they found the pregnant woman bleeding. She was rushed to city hospital where doctors tried unsuccessfully to save her unborn child. The stab victims were identified as David and Hildegarde de Vose and their 12-year-old son, Maurice. The boy was in critical condition with stab wounds on his face and arms. Police said the De Vose family was trying to sell their car to Stout when he asked to be taken for a test drive about 12:45 a.m. They were parked in front of Pennsylvania Railroad Station in Newark later discussing the price. A heated argument broke out, police said, and Stout pulled a knife and began slashing at the couple and the boy. As police arrived, Mrs. De Vose was running wildly outside the car. The suspect ran from the vehicle at the sight of the police and escaped. Police called an ambulance for the victims but only the boy was alive when it arrived at the hospital. The De Voses had nine other children. Unusual Manhunt NOTTINGHAM, England -UPI -- A police manhunt is on r or a man but riot for the usual Â·eason. The law officers have a letter of thanks for him from :he chief constable. The man iclped capture an escaper and then left without leaving his name. Â£ISS, CONLAN SNIPE AT BILL Barry Plugs Military Code Revamp PHOENIX -- Iff) -- Former -U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater says 'the' Arizona military code is "antique law" and is in need of gpdating. ,. Goldwater, an Air Force re- |,erve general, and six other generals appeared yesterday before the Senate judiciary com- jpittee to urge passage of a revised code they had worked up. t Sens. Harold Giss, D-Yuma, Â«nd John Conlan, R-Maricopa, Jired a number of shots at the Jjill. - Giss said it could be a mistake to put the state adjutant general in charge of the state Civil Defense office as the bill proposed. He said it would be Jiixing the military into the traditionally civilian undertaking Jind possibly would impair Bounty cooperation. ** "More and more and more emphasis is being placed on the Rational Guard as the Civil Defense agency in the event of Suclear disaster." Goldwater 3pld the committee. --" Conlan suggested it would not |je good to give the adjutant general a five - year term or to Â·boost his salary from $9.600 a year to ?18,000 as the bill pro^ides. Currently the adjutant general serves concurrently -with a governor. ;: Goldwater said he favored the longer term for the adjutant to i : ut down any possible future political abuses in appointments *p the office. He said Arizona jas been fortunate, but that in Some states the guard is almost yseless because of political abuses. 2 Giss asked that a proposal be Â·drawn up to put a limit on the Salary the adjutant general SALE ORIGINAL OIL PAINTINGS BY NOTED TUCSON ARTISTS 1/4 OFF 43 Select Subjects All Framed and Lovely ON SALE 25% DIS. ONE WEEK ONLY Let Yourself Go, Enjoy The Thrill of Owning Original Art WINTERS MUSIC 2648 E. BROADWAY could be paid. Conlan pointed out the officer also may be drawing retirement pay from ;he service and additional active duty pay in the thousands of dollars. Adj. Gen. Joe Aliee fielded a Barrage of questions from Giss on the bill during the 90-minute session. He was aided, by Ed Srickson, Fred Stofft, Frank Fraser, Howard Wilcox and Â·oldwater, all generals who worked on drafting the bill. Also present was State Selective Service Director Norman !rb, another general. In defending the plan to give the National Guard commander control of the civil defense department, Wilcox said: "We felt there had to be a coordination of civil defense and military short of the governor's chair. It's not going to destroy the county civil defense directors .Â·" Goldwater said the bill also would clarify channels for activating the guard in emergencies, give guardsmen police powers in such emergencies, create a home guard to replace the National Guard if it is mobilized. Save 25%! Join these special parties on the 4. s.s. FRENCH REGISTRY Eiffel Tower Party Arch of Triumph Party Champs Elysees Party Tuileries Party Trocadero Party Versailles Party Palais Royal Party Iv. New York APRIL 14 Iv. New York APRIL 28 Iv. New York MAY 12* Iv. New York MAY 26** Iv. 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Doctors said there was no improvement today. They declined to speculate on the 59-year-old rabbi's chances for survival. Rabbi Adler, a prominent religious figure here, has been unconscious since a member of his conereeation shot him in the Samuel W. Yorty, maverick mayor of this third largest city in the nation, today announced he would run against incumbent California Gov. Edmund G. Brown in this year's Democratic gubernatorial primary. Yorty coupled the long expected announcement of his candidacy with a multi-pronged attack on Brown's handling of various problems and a charge of '"machine politics/' The 56 - year - old mayor charged Brown's administration was controlled by California Democratic National Committeeman Eugene Wyman. Wyman and his wife, former City Councilwoman Rosalind Wyman, have long been bitter foes of Yorty. The mayor said, "The Brown machine inside the government is controlled from the outside by the Wyman machine which dispenses patronage and special favors on a scale previously unheard of in this state." Although Yorty is a lifelong Democrat, he has been a political maverick, supporting Republican Richard Nixon against the late John F. Kennedy in the 1960 presidential campaign. Yorty, a onetime haberdashery clerk in his native Lincoln, Neb., also said earlier this year he might support GOP gubernatorial candidate George Christopher rather than Brown if- no other Democratic candidate ran. ' In making the announcement today, Yorty said, "California Democrats are entitled to a choice in the primary and I have coming a candidate." He then accused Brown of failing to deal effectively with a whole list of problems. 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