Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 11
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 11

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, March 9, 1966
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 19*6 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE II ^~*. *-fc. M *-*. r i In Medicare By MARGARET KUEHLTHAU Citizen Staff Writer What is a "reasonable" fee to be set by a physician? Who is to determine this fee? The government? suppose an indigent patient in the County Hospital reminds welfare officials that he "prefers" another hospital? Under the new Medicare program, must he be moved to the hospital of his choice? The'Pima County Health Department is trying to coordinate nursing services of all local agencies in anticipation of home nursing needs after July-1. Are there enough nurses in the city --Citizen Photo By D»n ToHorell Mier 31 Years, A Grave Is Added «.·' V ... · . .'» . . . ·';·- ; ; . - · · " ! . . . . . . 5. A small abandoned cemetery, which foundutself in the path of vandals and roaming cattle, won a reprieve from Rincon Greek area residents a few years ago. , ! . * . ;:. They banded together and decided that-the 2y 2 -acre Rincon Cemetery, on the Old Spanish Trail and dating back about 80 years, should be protected. I..-A wall was built around the grounds to keep out cattle and discourage vandalism in the little plot in the shadow of the Rincon Mountains. . - ' ' , , Rincon Memorial Association also was formed. Mem- bers could, if they wished, be buried in the non-sectarian cemetery. ' . Miguel L. Escalante, a retired Tucson rancher and a member of the association, was buried there yesterday, marking the first burial at the cemetery in 31 years. The last service held at the cemetery was in 1935 for Mr. Escalante's mother. His father and a sister were buried there previously. ; Mr. Escalante, who had resided at 314 W. Missouri St., died Saturday at the age of 78. BY SUNNYSIDE BOARD Teacher Pay Request Studied v JL Sunnyside School Board . is studying teachers' -'salary- ^proposals for 1966-67 which would m£an an additional $150 for.the average teacher over the .automatic incremental boost. the entire package -would m£an $104,394 more for 247 teachers' salaries in the new · budget, teacher representative Tcfm C. McGovern told t h e board last night. He said the'average teacher ; would make $7,576 next year without the proposed boosts. That average, if the increases are ; okayed, would'be upped to $7,724, according to McGovern. Money proposals given t h e bo^rd 'by McGovern, head of the teachers salary committee, included: i~A hike in base pay for beginning teachers of $50. This base would go up from $5,050 toffi.lQO. Any;:ipcrease;in the Deadline Set To Revamp Bowling Firm Diamond Fin. Lanes, currently ;;in bankruptcy proceedings, has: until April. 1 to come up with a plan of reorganization. The deadline-was set yesterday- by U.S. Bankruptcy Ref' eree Hugh Caldwell following a creditors' hearing. Caldwell at the"; same \time. set 'April 20 as a hearing date-on the proposed plan. Diamond Pin Lanes, located at$020 E: 21st'St, filed a petition for reorganization under Chapter 41 proceedings of-'the U.S. Bankruptcy Act of Feb. 1, claiming it could not meet debts as'they mature. ' ' A .schedule filed yesterday showed' assets of the alley ai $8;000 and debts at $700,000. base, however, would be proportionately higher at higher levels of the salary scale. --A $14 increase' in the annual increment making the automatic salary hike $374. In addition, teachers ask that $50 of each teacher's hospitalization insurance premium be paid by the district. McGovern, .a 1 'teacher at Mission Manor School, also presented several non-salary requests. Among these 'were to allow accumulation of 100 days' sick leave instead of 90, to permit leave in cases of death in the spouse's family as well as the immediate family "and to grant two days emergency'leave annually chargeable to s i c k leave. '"·' - · , . ' · The salary package is similar to that approved last year by the Sunnyside board. Base pay was boosted by $50 and the annual increment by $10 for the current -school year. 'air At Hospital As Burglars Strike LOUISVILLE, Ky. - W _ When Myrtle Johnson suffered diabetic attack yesterday, her usband Ambers B. Johnson ushed her to the hospital -- orgetting to lock the front door n his haste. Her returned home four hours ater to discover that thieves ad stolen two television sets, mplifying equipment and a rug vorth $1,044. UP 9 PER CENT Retail Sales Totaled $2833 Billion In ^WASHINGTON--W--The Commerce Department estimates total retail-sales an the nation last year ai $283.9 billion, up 9 per cent from the estimated $261.6 billion in 1964. At the same time, .the department said retail sales for December totaled $24.8 billion on a seasonally 'adjusted basis, a I per cent increase over November and up 9 per cent from December of 1964. All major -types of business groups 'showed increases in retail sales during the year, the department added, witli sales of durable goods stores rising II per cent and those of non- durable' goods stores increasing 7-per cent, "General merchandise, up :; ll per cent, for the; year, led.'the advance in nondurable goods followed by eating and drinking establishements up 9 per cent, food stores, up 6 per cent, and apparel, up 3 per cent. Total nondurable, goods retail sales were estimated at $190.2 billion for the year. In durable goods sales, the automotive group was up 15 per cent with lumber, building, hardware ,and farm equipmenl up 7 per cent and furniture and appliances' up 5 per cent, the department added. Total retail sales for durable goods were estimated at $93.7 billion.... .; GOOD NEWS! WE WILL ACCEPT | THIS WEEK PIANOS--ORGANS OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS IN TRADE ON CONSOLE STEREO WINTERS MUSIC · · 2648 .E; BROADWAY "WHEN I SAY BLOODY MARY, REACH FOR SMIRNOFF!" · ··i JULIE NEWMAR.STAR OF STAGE. SCREEN AND TELEVISION ; If you're aiming for the perfect Bloody Mary, don't miss with the vodka. '- Only Smirnoff makes a truly.authentic Bloody Mary ... rich, robust, v and flawless. Filtered through 14,000 pounds of activated charcoal, ' Smirnoff is smoother--even on-the-rocks. So--ready, aim, pour Smirnoff. · . x^*- m f f » 11' .sasss*" 8 * 1 **-' : Always ask for v*%'ff££fYl0r¥ ^ leaves yW* breathless® k 100 PROOF. DISTILLED FROM GRAIN. STE PIERRF. SMIRNOFF FLS. (DIV. OF HEUBLEIN), HARTFORD. CONN TRAINING IN MEDICAL FIELDS Junior College Plan to adequately meet the demand? These are only a few of the multitude of questions being asked today by doctors, hospitals, welfare agencies and citizens over 65 years of age, Dr. Frederick J. Brady, county health director, said yesterday. ADDRESSING the Conquistador Kiwanis Club at the Redwood Gay -Nineties res'taurant, Brady v said he "cannot conceive of socialized medicine in this country. . "But, in Title 19 of the new Medicare act there are 'little hookers' in the law, giving to government authority that is not clearly defined," he said. "As of now, we cannot predict whal will follow--or just how the law will be interpreted." Brady said the new act "is voluminous, consisting of 132 pages of fine print, with marginal notes referring back to this point and that point." "The act goes into effect July 1," he said, "and that does not leave much time to break it down and determine exactly what it means." PROBLEMS WILL arise, he said, because "there are lots of little gimmicks" in the law. He pointed out: -- "The . patient has 'free' choice of the hospital. But suppose his doctor works only in another hospital? As of now, the doctor has the right to turn down a patient. Will this 'freedom' for both patient and doctor continue? --"The law allows for 'supplies' that are needed for home lursing, home physical therapy, and rehabilitation therapy. Does his mean free cotton -- or very expensive equipment? Does it cover r e n t a l equipment?" Brady added: "Another difficulty wEl come in the search for.rnembers of each hospital's utilization committee,' as provided by the new Medicare act. "According to the law, hospitals must set up this committee of doctors to determine if their colleagues are keeping patients too long or needlessly. I know that I wouldn't want to serve on this committee." Pima County's junior college could have a strong emphasis on training in medical fields since Tucson might be regarded "as a regional health center." Jacob Fruchthendler. JC planning and development committee chairman, suggested the aossibility of a talk yesterday. He made a progress report to Tucson Industry Association at the Sands Motor Hotel. There has been no determination yet as to the character of a junior college h e r e , Fruchthendler emphasized. He only suggested the schooling of medical technicians as a possibility. There, may be a need for such training, the speaker explained, Mobile English Mice BRADMORE, England -UPI --A motorist who was trying to learn why his car wouldn't start found mice in the heating system. in view of the University of Arizona College of Medicine. He suggested that the federal Medicare program also means more medical aides will be needed. A report on the feasibility of junior college here and how o get it should be ready by July. Fruchthendler said the time- able calls for having a junior college in operation by late 1968 or early 1969. Two votes--one on formation of a countywide 'unior college district and the other on issuing bonds for construction--must be favorable before a JC is a reality. ·If there are no hitches, Jaycees To Hear Bank Official Douglas Timmerman, director of the business development department of the Southern Arizona Bank Trust Co., will speak tonight at a meeting oi the Pima Junior Chamber ol Commerce. The dinner meeting scheduled for 7:30 at the Redwood Gay Nineties restaurant will feature "Bosses' Night,' with the "Boss of the Year" to be named. AnINVITATION From RONSTADT'S... Come In And See The Educational WORKING SCALE MODEL of RAY MINES DIVISION KENNECOTT COPPER CORP. See How Copper is Produced--The Important Steps in Mining, Milling and Smelting; Free Ore .Samples. Children Welcome. Kennecott Representatives Explain Operation Daily from 8:30to 5:30 Thru Saturday, March 12. Fruchthendler saW, lMf«le ot forming a district wffl he incorporated with the general, election this November. The/ bond vote would come early next year if formation is-at* thorized. EA 7-3434 6nstadts "1hi- Kasiost tlace to Park Downtown! " Frt'f Park Shop Loti All Around The Store 70 WORTH SIXTH AVf Time for only a bite of breakfast? Drink this really instant complete one instead Nutrament® liquid energy food is the most instant breakfast. It comes complete in the can. All you add is a glass or straw. Nutrament is the most nourishing instant breakfast too.. It gives you more needed protein, more energy ingredients, than .the mix- with-milk kind put tojgethert Drink Nutrament' raUkshake- cold or cocoa-hot. lt'i,delicious. Chocolate, vanilla ahd cherry flavors. Get Nutrament,at a~helpful drug or.grocery store nearby. GENUINE INSTALLED FREE IN 2 MINUTES NO WAITING A Tire That Will Travel All Day Long On Turnpike Roads At Turnpike Speeds, Without Heat-Fatiguing Itself Out. PENNSYLVANIA TIRES FOUR PLY NEW 1st LINE - 1st GRADE 1966 Tread Designs PUBLIC NOTICE: Please do not confuse these genuine Turnpike Tires with 2nd-3rd-4th line cheapies, and seconds, (defective tires,) now being highly promoted. NYLON TUBELESS I-NONTH GUARANTEE AGAINST ROAD HAZARDS 2. WEAR OUT 3. DEFECTS 4. FREE REPLACEMENT for 1st 25% against defects. SMALL CAR SIZES '50 ,50 Sizes 6.00x13--6.50x13--7.00x13-6.35x14--6.50x14--7.00x14 Also Many Foreign Car Sizes. .MEDIUM CAR SIZES. 50 Sizes 7.50x14--8.00x14--6.00x15--6.30x15--6.70x15--7.10x15 LARGE CAR SIZES Sizes 8.50x14--9.00x14--9.50x14-- 7.60x15--8.00x15-8-20x15--9.15x15 ,50 ·All prices plus "Tax Trade-in" of Same Size. White Walls $2.00 to $4.50 more per tire depending upon Size. Some Sizes Limited MONROE SHOCKS E-Z R I D I N G $700 EACH IN PAIRS SETS OF 4 INSTALLED FREE TUNE-UP 10 PO3NT JOB $Q50 5C50 0 25, Btyl.' 6Cyl. Q 25, 8Cyl.il P S At 5008 E. 22nd St. Store 3 GREAT ELECTRONIC ALIGNMENT BALANCING Complete Alignment--1 Wheels Balanced BUY ONE - GET ONE FREE Air Conditioned Cars $2.00 More Lowest "Prices Only with this ad and in Tucson 4 Tire purchases RECAPS STORES ELECTRONIC FUSED 2Sir 4P24 50 85% OF ALL SIZES INSTALLED FREE! "KURLY KIRK" BROOKSHIER GEN. MGR. ALL STORES "PEERLESS PETE" WATTS MGR. SPEEDWAY STORE . . . . A N D BASHFUL PHIL THE CHECK SIGNER INSTANT CREDIT-NO MONEY DOWN!! On Most Oil Company and Many Chain Store Credit Cards. As Low as $5.00 Per Month Also, Many Other Budget Plans. Valley Bank Credit Cards Accepted Downtown · Speedway · 22nd Street 6th St. At 6th Ave. Daily 7:30 A.M. to 6 P.M. Open Friday Til 9 P.M. 4937 E. Speedway Weekdays 7:30 to 6 P.M. Open Sunday 1 to 5 P.M. Near Air Bast 500$ E. 22nd St 8 A.M. to S PJfl.

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