Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 2, 1973 · Page 8
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PAGE 8 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N · · · FRIDAY,-FEBRUARY-2 ( 1973 joint car safety inspection, emission control are sought -- AP WirephoW - Tiny tome Margie Pace uses a magnifying glass to read a volume billed as the world's smallest ldok at the Vancouver Public Library. It's part o f a German-prmtmg display/Printed in the little book is the Lord's Prayer in six languages. Inmate transfers irk group PHOENIX (AP) - Sen. Ray Rottas, R-Phoenix, says he will introduce legislation suggesting that annual vehicle safety inspections be com-, binecl with the state's vehicle Carmichael still takes hard line LOS ANGELES (UPI) Stokely Carmichael says any reports that he had softened in his revolutionary zeal are untrue, and Africa "will trample America." He has had no "change of heart," he told students at UCLA, calling such descriptions "wishful thinking." Carmichael, 31, now is leader of the African People's Revolutionary party, headquartered in Conakry, Guinea, and* has become a citizen of Guinea. ;He said he is "not calling for revolution because I know it will come. Mother Africa and 1 her children will trample America into oblivion." While living in the United States, Carmichael was leader of the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.'. emission control program, ""kottas also said his bill on safety inspections has been removed from the Transportation Committee agenda to give highway officials time to figure out the costs of a dual inspection system. Rottas said Deputy State Highway Commissioner William Ordway and 1 other highway officials like the idea. If Rottas overhauls his legislation as now. planned, it would require mandatory safety and exhaust inspections in Maricopa and Pima counties by Jan. 1,1975. Under terms of a law approved last year, a vehicle exhaust emission inspection station is to be operating in Phoenix by July 1 of this year and in Tucson by next January. Until 1975, however, only 'public vehicles in the" two counties would be required 1 to undergo the inspections. Private vehicles could be inspected on a voluntary basis. Starting in 1975, the current law requires annual anti-smog checks for both public and private vehicles in the two counties. " 2 DAYS SHOE SALE up to 1/2 OFF 48 N. SIXTH AVE. CARPET SHAMPOOER ·HL BLUE } LUSTRE At All SPROUSE-REITZ VARIETY STORES OCT w ^u-s* YEARS Hotpoint 3 Level 5 Cycle DISHWASHER with Cutting Board Top. 1 MERRITT ANNIVERSARY PRICE crt^pLertnJr DD 540 · Deluxe HOTPOINT "Mobile" Dish' washer with · 5 cycle Selections · Automatic detergent dispenser · Grooved cherrywood cutting board · Vinyl cushioned interior · Retractable cord reel HOURS: Op*n Daily 1A.M. to i P.M. Sat. 8A.M. I* 5 P.M. MERRITT ELECTRIC 5611 t Sptwlway in Eaitfate Shopping Ctnter 296-V2VU PHOENIX (UPI) - Transfer of inmates at Arizona State Prison to institutions in other states has drawn fire from the Phoenix Black Coalition. Mac Jones, coalition 'Chair : man, told a news conference tFat there appeared to be "no established procedure" for the transfers. "Our specific areas of concern include the lack of prior notification to prisoners and their relatives, and their removal at times and under cir- cumstancess which smack of inhumane treatment, physical brutality and total disregard 1906 quake bonds sell as curios of the human rights of the inmates, 1 ' Jones said. Arizona, authorities recently have transferred several prisoners to other states under a special agreement, saying they had better chances of rehabilitation elsewhere. Jones asked for a meeting with Gov Jack Williams and a state and federal investigation of the-procedure. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The city bonds sold to rebuild San Francisco after the 1906 earthquake are back on the market. But the tab has dropped drastically. Hundreds of the canceled $1,000 bonds, handsomely engraved with etchings of local, scenes, went on sale for $2 to $10 each after Public Service Director William Roddy found them in the City Hall basement. ARIZONA'S LARGE STOCK OF MUSIC SEAGONDOLLAR MUSIC J22SE. SPEEDWAY 795-3ZI3J iCLOSEP MONPATSj THE "NEWEST OF NEW IDEAS FOR LEISURE LIVING" THE COMPLETE "SUNSET CABIN" KIT* IS JUST FULL SIZE MODEL ON DISPLAY AT 970 S. CHERRY AVE. THE "SUNSET CABIN" FOR PLEASURE AND RECREATION '2272 12 FOB TUCSON PLUS TAX («24'x20') MANY OTHER SIZES ARE AVAILABLE WOOD HOMES SAVE 30% ON COOLINC AND HEATING S U N S E T L U M B E R DISTRIBUTORS A Sunset Industries Company 970 S. CHERRY AVE. At RR-XING - Ph. 624-4451 'Service With Courtesy" HOURS: MON.-FRI. 7 AM-5 PM SAT. 7 AM-1PM . BANKAMERICARD MASTER CHARGE CARD w INSTANT HEAT? When the chill of winter began to get to you last October, you may have suffered ... but only briefly. Once you decided winter was here to stay, all you had to do was turn your furnace on. Instant Heat was yours and the goose bumps disappeared like a bad dream. Easy? For you, yes ... but not for TGE. In order to assure Instant Heat, TGE must supply both gas and electricity: gas for the furnace and electricity for its blower. Because of a nation-wide shortage of natural gas, industrial customers have had to reduce their usage of this precious fuel; moreover TGE has had to burn oil in its boilers instead of gas. In fact, over twenty million gallons of oil were consumed in TGE boilers between October First and January First! All this oil (which by the way is twice as expensive as gas) provided the energy, to generate over 275 MILLION KILOWATT HOURS so those warm and gentle breezes wafting through the vents could make you comfortable. ·Instant Heat??? Yes, but unless TGE continues to plan and build for the future, it may not always be available. Energy is not only expensive to provide ... it's hard to get. That's why TGE continues to encourage you * to use all the Energy you need... but need all you use.

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