Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 13, 1967 · Page 4
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f AGE 4 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1967 Fr. Hughes Diiiher Set Tomorrow A large number of friends will be attending the St. Ambrose parish dinner honoring the rtU;;. jaw,, .'(Mssr-),- P 0 " H Hughes, ;wm;is TCtiring as pastor of the parish he founded and saw grow into one of the largest inTuqson. ^ t Tlie farewell dinner will be tomorrow at 'the Pioneer International Hotel. It wiil be preceded by "a! social hourfrom 6 to 7 p.m. Master of ceremonies will be the Rev. Floyd Stromberg, assistant at St. Ambrose; Mistrial Plea In Schmid Case Denied -'Appearing on the program wiU.' be 'the Rev. Charles B. ' Towner of Globe, the Rev. John : L: Howard of Payson and the : Rev. James Kelly of Chandler. ; Speaking for St. Ambrose par- 1 * l ish will be William J. Roden- i kirck, prominent parish layman. The Most Rev. Francis J. ; Green, Roman Catholic bishop of Tucson, will join the dinner during the evening. He has scheduled ordinations late to. morrow. tickets for the dinner may be purchased today. None will be ou sale at the door. A public reception will be held a t ' St.'~ 'Ambrose yoiijh center from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. tomorrow for Msgr. Hughes. Msgr. Hughes, who served the parish for 21 years, will bo occupied with general diocesan as- signrnents. NpgalesMan Sues, Tells Of Beating A Nogales man, who claims he was beaten with a gun butt and fists in a Tucson home, is seeking $100,000 damages in a suit filed in Superior Court. "Defendant in the complaint filed by Morris S. Toledo yesterday is Lee Klinger, 7128 E. Elbow Bay Drive: . Toledo claims he was beaten on the head and body without cause by Klinger. while visiting his home ;March 30. Klinger the suit adds, knew of Toledo's weak heart condition at the time. The complaint .says Toled suffered serious body injuries arid incurred medical expense as a result of the beating. , ANDY CAPP DEAROL*A 28 Rookies Receive Tucson Police Badges GIFTS FOR MOTHERS DAT From Page I urrent status of Saunders and Wiss French. Bailey%ants no trial juror to ;now that two people are serv- ng time for a murder which will assert was never committed. ·' In an unusual twist to the qualification procedures yester- lay, the press media In general uddenly found itself on trial. Several of the prospective ju- ors made derogatory ^remarks about Schmid." npws coverage during . questioning . by .iBailey, and theri · Bailey himself' levied a vigorous.attack on,the media. The lawyer charged that a Life Magaline article which appeared shortly after Schmid's conviction was a "journalistic atrocity." The article, said many prospective jurors, was unfair to Tucson and portrayed Schmid in a grossly unfavorable light. Bailey added his agreement. And before the day ended, the judge also had something to say on press coverage. Roylston initially reiterated a request that the dozen-p 1 u s newsmen covering the trial avoid giving detailed accounts of the proceedings. , ; .iHe then asserted that both local and out-of-town news BY RULING Railrttad Firemen agencies are "making the work of the court considerably more difficult" by their detailed coverage of the jury selection process. He explained that possible jurors should not be informed in great scope of what is taking place inside the courtroom. Before the judge concluded, he said that the press -- in view of the slowness of the proceedings -- might now understand why the courts are so concerned about pre-trial coverage. During questining yesterday, Bailey toid a prospective juror that he expected the state's evidence to be very close to the line dividing "reasonable doubt" from "lack of reasonable doubt'.' He then resumed a line of questioning begun two days ago which probed into the possibility that Tucson wants to 'vindicate itself" of bad publicity by convicting Schmid. One of his questions was: "Did you get the impression that the city felt Charlie was responsible for all of this slander (in Life Magaine)?" Turning to the news media in general, he told a juror, "Sometines they print tilings with absolutely no basis whatsoever." Diane Lynch, Schmid's former wife, was a spectator during yesterday's proceedings She told a reporter that she has visited the defendant "many times" in the state prision. Miss Lynch divorced Schmid shortly after his conviction in the Fritz slayings. When Schmid saw her in the courtroom, he smiled and win ked at her, forming a sileni word with his lips. Jury selection will resume a 9:30 a.m. on Monday. Twenty-eight rookies, four of them parks guards, are wearing regulation police badges after graduation ceremonies ast night at Alice Vail Junior High School. Honored as outstanding graduate was Benjamin C. Cleveand. The one woman graduating as a full-time police officer was inda C. Carter, who has been employed with the Detective Division during the six-week course for rookies. Detective Robert Grant, assigned to the Intelligence Unit, won possession of the Hillis trophy, the first police officer since its initiation in 1960 to win high shooting honors three times in a row, scoring an average of 99.8 per cent. The trophy was presented in honor of the late Henry L. Hillis, who nearly 30 years ago served as fire chief and acting police chief. Presentation of the honor certificate to Cleveland was made by Joseph R. Harris, director of police community relations in New York City. First Time Race Bet Wins Her $23,240 CHESTER, England (UPI)-A friend dared Mrs. Marion Williams to buy a sweepstakes ticket Thursday based on the day's horse races at Chester. Mrs., Williams did. It was her first bet on the horses. Sure enough. 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A three-judge federal panel -uled Friday the firemen have :he right to demand. a new hearing from the nation's ·ailroads on the work rules controversy. Unless the Supreme Court overrules the Appeals Cdurt, the firemen will be free to force the railroads to start fresh in negotiating whether firemen are needed aboard diesels. This issue prompted Congress in 1963 to enact the first compulsory arbitration law Since the 1963 arbitration award, the jobs of 17,00t firemen who formerly worked on!", the diesels have been eliminated. The railroads claimed they were largely featherbedding bbs. The Appeals Court decision, which threw out a two-year-old ower court order barring the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen and Enginemen from striking over the issue of firemen, injected a new factor into an already troubled rail picture. HOP UNDAY MUSEUM OF THE HORSE THE INDIAN PONY TRADING POST Best bet for browsing or buying. 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