Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 20
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH ?, 1966 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 21 Goddard Upset Over RoadToD Driver Schools Program LOW prices ·%!« ** PHOENIX -to- Gov. Sam Goddard, "troubled and upset" by Arizona's 1966 traffic statistics, wants a statewide program of driver improvement schools. The governor, at a press conference this afternoon, will ask for adoption of a 10-hour course established by the National Safety Council. His plea for the safety program will come after an informal meeting with traffic experts to discuss the program. John Menhennent, chief of the Arizona Safety Council Inc., said, "We plan to throw ideas around, look for any clue or any pattern to the terrible accidents we have had of late." The group will consider data supplied by .Phoenix Police Chief Paul Blubaum and Greg Hathaway, head of the Arizona Highway Patrol. "If we can get 200,000 people through the course in the next five years," Hathaway said, "then we can almost guarantee a 25 per cent reduction in the traffic accident rate." Others attending the meeting will be John Green, chief of the State Highway Department's traffic safety division; Earl O'Clair, head of the driving license division, and David Campbell, superintendent of the Arizona Highway Patrol. Astronaut Borman 111 In Australia PERTH, Australia -- (I) -American astronaut Col. Frank Borman is confined to his hotel room in Perth, Australia, with an infected throat and ear trouble. Borman and astronaut Capt. Walter Schirra were to have flown to Carnarvon early today to visit the space tracking station which helped them on the Gemini flight last December. But Schirra was the only astronaut aboard when the plane flew the 600 miles north to Carnarvon. Cattlemen's Group Elects Sonoita Man Robert Bowman, a Sonoita rancher, has been elected president of the Southern Arizona Cattlemen's Protective Association. Other officers elected at yes terday's meeting at the Pioneer International Hotel were Ceci' England, Florence, first vice president; Fred Boice, Arivaca second vice president; Dame Clarke, Tucson, treasurer, am Richard Reed, Florence, secre tary. Directors from the three counties, Final, Puna and Santa Cruz, which make up the association, also were reelected. From Pima are J. R. Gardner, John King, Clarence Britain and Frank Boice. Those from Santa Cruz are Horton Noon, Robert Hathaway, William Piper and Thomas Bell. Fred Ash. Boyd Wilson, Virgil Mercer and Patrick White were chosen to represent Final. LSs WVUJU 8R\ *f DISCOUNT SUPERMARKETS V EVERYTHING YOU BUY... J YOU BUY FOR LESS Boby Food*. 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