Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 35
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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE-2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 37 _AP Wirt»het« BARONESS RAVENSDALE Tells Of Vice Tour By JAY AXELBANK : ^~ UW --The r baroness fcfjjRayensdale, 64. :toldh admir- in"|, House of L/rds last .night how ihe\ went on. an undercover tour ef imdep vice dens and- was so iuccessful, that one young onan asked, ^.her to cha-cha-cha with ' At another of'.the rowdy places ihe'and.a .woman social worker visited, the' management "kicked us out with,a volley of abuses." JDismayed but. not .undermined bylaw experience-.of;mixihg with drug-addicts, prostitutes and tough guys,'Lady .Ravensdile^told her fellow peers in crisp English that what she had seen compared with prohibition : days in America. "London has become t great evil crossword puzzle which lines ·up.-vice-clubs with nude shows and. brothels," she said. '-Her' observations were made during -1 debate over the-cleaning vp- of'London's' mushrooming 'private- clubs. -Since the "street offenses act" was passed last year, many "prostitutes have'turned to tuch clubs to shield their previously : open- air activities. As the baroness, genteel daughter of''Lord Curzon, put it, "the rtreetwoman of 1959 has become the clubwoman of'1980." 'She said she and the social worker. Miss Edith Ramsay, gained'· access to various houses of ill repute by claiming they were 'seeking a - l o s t girl "from Newcastle. ' . ' ' · ' ·"One lord described Miss Ram- -tay as" the "Florence Nightingale ef the brothels." As for the offer of a cha-cha-cha, fte baroness said she declined, telling her suitor that "his young companions were more suitable than my.ancient self." ' Loses/ Appeal, Gets 8 To 10 Years · After an appeal for a new trial ,f»r Toy Payne was 'denied yesterday. Superior Court Judge John T. Molloy sentenced the 40-year- old man to serve eight to 10 years in prison for assault with a deadly weapon. . Payne, who lived in a rooming house at 44 W. 17th St., was found guilty by a jury .of stabbing his ·landlady, Mrs. Josie Hicks, 74, Mar. 29. Payne's court-appointed attorney. Dean Burch, asked for the new trial on'the basis that the jury verdict was not just and proper in view of evidence. Only one Witness, Mrs. Hicks, said that Payne was guilty and Payne-took the .stand to deny it,- Burch said. 1 M6lloy ruled there was a crime and that the jury was convinced of Payne's guilt after weighing the testimony. ' Deputy County Atty. Fred Sands appeared for the prosecution. Four Face Term For Kidnaping . PHOENTX-tM-Federal Judge Dave W. Ling will. sentence four men 'June '13 for kidnaping a woman from her husband after it j Feb. 21 dance at Maricopa. j A jury yesterday .found the last i of the suspects, Anthony Choygu- j eha. 28. a StanfieW farm worker, | guilty of kidnaping. . 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