Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 13, 1967 · Page 17
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SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PASE 17 AFTER FLOOR FIGHT No-Strike Plan OEM By League FLAGSTAFF (AP) - Bringing their annual convention to a close on a controversial note, the League of Arizona Cities and Towns adopted a policy of not allowing strikes by public employes. Floor opposition to the resolution was led by Phoenix Councilman Frank Benites, who also is a labor leader. Benites opposed a part of -the resolution which says "the right to strike should never be made an appropriate remedy for public employes redress of alleged or actual grievances." Instead, Benites proposed that the resolution read: "Recognizing that a strike is not to the best public. interest) and a disagreeable instrument, the league is hopeful that public employes will not put selfish interests above the advantage of a constructive program of sound personnel management." Tempe Mayor Rudy Campbell, who experienced a strike by some city public works employes during the past year, opposed the Benites proposal as a "milk- toast approach." After being voted down, Benites declared the league policy "will lead us irito more problems than we had before." Elected to two-year terms on the league's executive committee were Campbell, Coolidge councilman Sigmund Liberman, and Mayors J. Don Wagoner of Peoria, A.M. Rodigues of Clifton, Paul Durrett of Bisbee, and Ernest Mejta of South Tucson. Earlier, Gov. Jack Williams told the delegates the 28th Leg- islature had done its part to fight the.war on crime. He was speaking of a bill which increased penalties for such crimes as rape and criminal assault. He congratulated the league for aiding in the passage of 21 of the 100 bills brought before the legislature. He called the legislature's record "phenomi- nal." The conference ended with its annual banquet Friday night. Next year the conference will be held in Douglas. Man Grabs Leopard By Tail, Fined $26 MEMPHIS, Tenn. (UPI)Hubert Frank Jr., 23, grabbed a leopard by the tail Thursday. It cost him $26. Frank let go of the leopard but the incident at the Overton Park Zoo resulted in a disorderly conduct charge and the subsequent fine. Oft-Arrested Negro Takes SNCC Reins ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) -- A 23- year-old Louisiana youth who says he can't remember the number of times he has been arrested has replaced Stokely Carmichael as national chairman of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. Chairman H. Rap Brown, a SNCC worker "on and off for about four years," said Friday there would be no change in SNCC's black power policy. "We see no reason for black men, who are daily murdered physically and mentally in this country, to go and kill yellow people abroad, who have done nothing to us and are in fact victims of the same oppression that our brothers in Vietnam suffer," Brown said. The Baton Rouge native said SNCC would seek to build a strong nationwide black anti- draft program to include high school and college students and other Negroes of draft age. Brown, who said he has been living in Selma, Ala., wore the traditional bluejeans of SNCC workers. Sitting beside him, a grinning Carmichael declined to say if he was voted out of office or stepped down voluntarily. Osteopathic Officers Dr. Paul P. Edgar (seated) was installed as president of the Arizona Osteopathic Medical Association last night during the group's convention here. Standing (from left) are Dr. Howard H. Hunt of Glendale, president-elect; Dr. Robert Kring of Tucson, vice president, and Dr. Everett Gibson of Tucson, secretary-treasurer. The three-day meeting concludes today. Zoo In Park Here To Get 2 Wallabies Tucson's zoo in Randolph Park soon will be the new home for two Australian wallabies, one of 25 different types of kangaroos. Gene Reid, director of Tucson's Parks and Recreation Department, said the acquisition was made after months of negotiations with Sir Edward Halstrom, director of the Ta- ronga Zoological Park Trust at Sydney, Australia. The Tucson Kennel Club is picking up.the $600 tab for the purchase and transportation of the animals to Tucson. The wallabies weigh about 40 ounds each and will be sent ere in separate boxes aboard commercial airline. An unrelated pair has been requested, leid said, sa that the pair may )e bred. Reid said he hopes the anim- Is are delivered by late June r early July. Weather TENTATIVE OKAY ACROSS 1 Species": Abbr. 4 Masculine: Abbr. 8 Persona -, 13 Person. 3,4 Minor. 15 Measure. 16 Scandinavlarc relatives of 2 Down. 38 Horse opera, '19 Paese. '.20 Reference: Abbr. .21 Sibilant sound, 23 Egg: Prefix. ·24 Corrects. 26 Monitor lizard. 28 Canadian Indian. 29 Contest. 30 Silver: Sp. 31 Great expert: Slang. 32 One of the Chaplins, 34 Orientals. 36 Embrace: Van 38 Wander off. 39 Put oS. 42 the balance: 2 words. 45 Affirm* 46 Terre . 48 'clock. 49 clothing store. 50 Cooler. 51 Good : 2 words. 52 Experienced. 53 Southwestern institution; Initials. 54 Egyptian symbol. 56 Son of Gad. 57 Venetian red. 59 Popular settings on TV: 2 words. 62 Matriculate. 63 , Alto. 64 Store sign. 65 Catch, in a way. 66 Austriat Abbr. 67 Crafty. DOWN 1 In'the indefinite future: 2 -words. 2 Protectors of people's rights: -2 words. 3 Plural: Abbr. 4 Clio. 5 Burden of a kind. 6 Compass point. 7 Works by Bach, Handel, etc. S Language: Suffix s 9 Arm of the sea. 10 Cabinet post: 2 words. 11 Modern transmission receivers. 12 pcnsee. 13 Becomes serious, 17 Doctors: Abbr. 22 whip: 2 word?. 25 Sawbucks. 27 Rule, in the East. 28 Family of a former Harvard president. 30 victory. 33 Listen, a la Cockney. ' 35 Altar: Lat.: 37 My fault: Lai.: 2 words. 39 Pre-Victorian maiden: Var. 40 Fanny Burney' ·novel, 1778. 41 Fitting. ' 43 Passively. 44 Not at alL 47 Dragnets. 51 Philippine mountain. 53 Ankle: Prefix. , 55 Highlander. 58 Numbers: AbBr. 60 Sports group: Initials. 61 Washington group: Initials. l Fi^turw Corp.-World Tllght-s Jtsta Patagonia Park Plans Advance A 620-acre park to include a iree-mile long artificial lake ill be constructed along Sonoi- a Creek near Patagonia if a 1.2 million federal loan request eceives final approval. Sen. Carl Hayden said yester- iay the Fanners Home Admin- stration has given preliminary approval to the loan, which vould be repaid over a 40-year eriod, with proceeds from admission fees charged at the ark. He said some organ- zational details must be settled ·md the approval of the FHA's state director received before ;he money will be forthcoming. A committee led by Patagonia Mayor W. J. Waggoner las been at work on the park Dlans for several months. A 3 hoenix engineering firm was retained to assist. All of the land involved has been donated by E. H. Blue of the Sonoita Creek Ranch. The creek would be dammed near Sanford Butte southwest of Patagonia. The lake would extend upstream to the edge of Patagonia and will range in width from a mile to a quarter of a mile, Waggoner said. The park plan calls for cam ping and picnic facilities, a drinking water supply, sanitary facilities, access roads and restaurant. "We think it will provide big boost for the whole coun ty," Waggoner said. "It ough to help Tucson, too." If the loan receives final ap proval, construction could star this fall at the close of the flood season, he added. Th )ark could be open by this tim next year. The park would lie in Sant 'ruz County. 2-Gun Man And Buddy Take $1,500 Two bandits, one brandishing a pair of .45 caliber guns, last night held up the Woolworth department -store in the El Con Shopping Center and escaped with $1,500 in cash and checks. The men entered at 9:25 p.m. The store was closed. They forced manager Frank Rowan and two other employes into an office and went through a safe. Cash at first was put into a bag, but it broke, and a basket, of the type used by customers, was used. Much of the cash was in change. Before leaving, the holdup men made Rowan lie down and taped his hands behind his back. The men were seen leaving the area in a late mode car. One of the holdup men is thought to be called Butch am the other Ron. One is between 25 and 27 and the other between 19 and 20. Japanese Make U. S. [Jags Into Mini-Skirts TOKYO (UPI) - Bags tha once contained American relie goods have been converted int eye-catching mini - dresses in Tokyo department store. Sales men said they were selling well The bags, some of which sti' iear the words "Donated by th jeople of the United States o America," were once filled wit 'ertilizer, flour or chemicals. Bonanza Reports On [ts Profits Bonanza Airlines, the Phoenix-based air carrier that's seeking routes into Tucson says profits in March were 1109,544 -- up 42 per cent from a year earlier. For the first quarter, how ever, earnings of $177,089, or I'. cents per share were below the year earlier profit of $222,339 or 17 cents per share. Operating revenues for thi three-month period rose to $4. million, President Edmund Con verse said, compared with $3.9 million a year earlier. However, the increase was offset by higher operating expenses, including interest expenses on jet aircraft, he reported. Converse predicted "continued growth in passenger traffic and earnings for the remainder of the year." Dofo from U.I. wrATMM U, S. Weather Forecast Showers and thundershowers are predicted for tonight in the eastern half of the nation. It will be on the cool side in most of that area, except for the Deep South. Warmer temperatures are expected in the Pacific- states (AP Wirephoto) Tucjon Skies Saturday. May U Sunset today . . . 9:13 p.m Mother, Baby Injured A 19-month-old baby and his mother were injured early today in a two-car crash at N. Stone Ave. and Prince Road. Police said Mrs. Nelliemay Simpson, 24, was driving north Woman Hurt In Escaping From Car GUADALUPK i A P » - A Phoenix woman was hospitalized Friday a f t e r jumping from the car of a man she said tried to kid- r. Stone with her son, Robert, about 1:30 a.m. when an east- xuncl vehicle rammed their :ar. The other auto, driven by Robert Delawarte, 19, of 3414 C. Kleindale Road, had failed o stop for a flashing red iight it the intersection, investigators said. Mrs. Simpson and her baby are reported in fair condition at Tucson Medical Center. She suffered multiple cuts and a possible back injury. Her son svifferecl a leg fracture and possible concussion. Delawarte refused treatment for a head injury, according to officers. Sunrise tomorrow 6:27 a.m. June 8 May H May 13 May 31 Highest temp, yesterday 86 Highest temp, year ago 84 High record for date 1960... .101 Low temp, yesterday 50 Low temp, year ago 53 Low record for date 1957...49 The moon, riding high toniflhl, sets tomorrow i\\ 12:76 a.m. The Dlanet Mars now is pas! Ihe peak of ils brilliance (or 1967. Mars is about 60 million miles Irom the Earth tonighl ant) it will be etui? south at 10:59. Mean temp, yesterday 68 Mean temp, year ago. .69 Normal temp, this date 72 Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday 7 Humidity 5 a.m. today 31 Barometer Range . .29.99-29.84 Sunrise 6:28 Sunset 8:13 Saturday, May 13, 1967 Data For 24 Hours Ending At 5:00 A.M. S T A T I O N 74-Hr II- 51 63 Rapid City S t . Louis . . . Salt Lake City San Diogo . . . San Francisco 49 54 48 (57 59 Seattle 59 Tampa Toronto 92 5G Washington 70 Wichita 63 Robert L. King, meteorologist In charge, Tucson, U.S. Weather Bureau 45 34 52 54 47 71 29 47 50 .04 Rrcndii K. Nash, 23. told Maricopa County Sheriff's deputies she \v;is walking near Ciuadithipc when a man stopped, displayed a knifo and di'maiulrcl she ride with him. Miss Nash sairl a f t e r traveling short distance she jumpec from Hie car, s u f f e r i n g cuts bruises and slim:k. Officers saiil they wore look- in" for ;i (all man driving a bright yellow car. MIDWAY PLASTIC PATIO PANELS For Roots, Awninas, etc. ·** Sq. Ft Ph. 3274547 ©LUMBER Max Mtn Predo 74-Hr 12-Hr 74-Hr Albuquerque . . . 80 Atlanta 86 .70 Billings 44 Bismarck 45 Entry Forced, Rings Stolen ~ Police are seeking a burglar who apparently forced the back door of an elderly woman's residence and stole two rings valued at $6,600. Mrs. Katheryn V. Kimmerling, 73, of 2820 E. 6th St., told police she discovered the diamond rings missing last night, having heard watched television the night before and found yesterday that the back door to her apartment had been forced open. She recalled noises as she wo*J, pun* Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to each square, to form four ordinary words. TOOL'S WORK -a, TULXE 1 \ ( ) CADDEE f , W f W KEETAB C) /· V, j WHAT 1 WOULD 1 BE IF 1 WERE LITTLE, Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. | Print lie SURPRISE ANSWER here s SL^ S ^ yfv. \^ v f" ~^: ^ J f "\ ^ V ( J ^, /} Y«8terd«y*» Jumble*: BASIS MACAW LEEWAY .Answer: There.'i a rising demand for this in the kitchen YIA5T (An»wrr« Monday) JETSAM Boston 60 Buffalo 55 lalgary 47 Casper, Wyo. ... 52 harlotte 84 ihicago 47 lincinnati 62 lleveland 49 Denver 59 Des Moines 58 Detroit 56 El Paso 88 Fairbanks 47 Ft. Worth 92 Honolulu 87 Indianapolis -- 57 Kansas City 50 Las Vegas 75 Little Rock 81 Los Angeles 69 Memphis 82 Miami Beach . . . 84 Minneapolis . . . . 56 New Orleans 89 New York 61 Oklahoma City . . 70 Omaha 55 Philadelphia . . . 62 Pittsburgh . . . . 55 Portland, Me 55 Portland, Ore. . , 59 31 36 31 45 34 33 31 61 44 51 40 38 44 41 60 37 64 68 30 48 54 60 53 65 75 44 72 44 51 38 37 3!) 40 44 .01 .21 .32 .03 Sukarno Loses Fisherman Title JAKARTA (UPI)-One more title has been taken away from former Indonesian Presiden Sukarno, it was reported today T h e Fishermen's A c t i o n Front discovered last week Sukarno was still listed as "Great Fisherman" and promp tly stripped him of the title, the official Antara News Agenc said. WE DO FINE FURNITURE RE-FINISHING CALL 623-0525 MULLER PIANO CO. 1010 E. BROADWAY YESTERDAY'S ANSWER EASY STORES - OFFICES 4500 BLOCK EAST BROADWAY GREATER BROADWAY DEVELOPMENT CO. 4535 E. Broadway 326-2464 A quarter of a century ago people cleaned carpets on hands and knees with a sponge. Since then the Blue Lustre people hove contributed much to the ease and efficiency of "do it yourself" carpet cleaning. Now we present the latest professional type electric shampooer designed for home use. It's light in weight, mounted on casters -- easy for women to use. The 12" floating brush with · long bristles adapts to long or sharl nap. It has no equal for fast, easy, and efficient operation. Clean carpets often with safe, mild Blue lustre. Restore bright colors -- leave beat down nap at d o o r w a y s open and fluffy . . . remove traffic paths and spots. This latest easy to use sham- pooer rents for only 50 C per hour. Gallant-Carroll Hardware 2525 I:. 6th Street NURSING HOMES "A FULLER LIFE" SENIOR CITIZENS NO SERVICE CHARGE CHECKING. ACCOUNTS BANMUCSQN ASTROLOGY? 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Nursing homes need community support and participation to help enrich the "golden years". You can do your part, VISIT A NURSING HOME PATIENT ON MOTHER'S DAY The following licensed nursing homes are participating in the observance of NURSING HOME WEEK · May 14-20 They wilt hold open house from 2 to 5 p.m. on Mother's Day. CASA SOLANA 2310 N. Columbus Bivtl. CRAYCROFT NURSING HOME FORRESTER'S OLD PUEBLO CAS1TA 2001 \. Park Ave. 1020 N. Woodland Blvd. DEVON GABLES NURSING HOME 6150 E. Grant RcL N U R S I N G HOME 2950 N. Doil^i- Blvd. HOUSK bv th'- *inr oTthi'" ROAD 1107 E. Adobidi- Dr. LIGHTHART'S DESERT SANITARIUM 2834 E. Grant Rd. McMAHON GERIATIC NURSING HOME KIS W. Dlstricf St. SANTA ROSA RESIDENCE NURSING HOME IH50 N. Santa Rose Blvd. 3

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