Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 4
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 4

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
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PAGE 4 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30rl9i3 9f I C i I Q U t E M t M T Files 180 E. Broadway PHONE MA 3-5446 UA Student's Sentence Postponed For Year Postponement of a sentence for one year, 'amounting to unofficial probation, was ordered yesterday in the case of John Taylor Hamilton III, who had pleaded guilty to obstructing justice. . ' .., Superior Court Judge Herbert F. Krucker said sentencing was continued for one year to keep Hamilton under the court's supervision for a longer period. If Hamilton does not get into any trouble during this period, the judge indicated, he would treat the to New on Continental! ONLY NON-STOP LOS ANGELES crime as a misdemeanor and piace the 20-year-old youth on probation for a year. As an alternative, Krucker could tre£U the offense as a misdemeanor and send Hamilton to state prison for several years. Hamilton, a University of Arizona student, was arrested March 5 when he was seen kicking in a door at Waters' Upholstery Shop, 2522 E. Speedway. A policeman reported he had to overpower Hamilton to place him under arrest. A burglary charge against Hamilton was dismissed last week at a preliminary hearing in Justice Court. Advertisement · 6 Your child may be more gifted than you think! Can IQ tests measure your child's creativity? If not, what are the key signs to look for? In May Reader's Digest a noted authority warns that many well-meaning parents discourage creativity... and tells you how you can help your children develop it to the fullest. Condensed from Redbook for Reader's Digest. May issue now on sale, (People have faith in Reader's Digest Residents Ask To Be Annexed More than 70 property owners in Cottonwood Manor, a 107-lot subdivision northwest of Flowing Wells and Roger roads, have petitioned to be annexed to the city. The petitioners appear to represent more than 50 per cent of the assessed valuation of the area, City Improvements Coordinator John Flynn reported. BUT, FLYNN ADDED, he is awaiting information on the valuation of utilities in the area before a definite percentage can be determined. Utilities are assessed by the State Tax Commission in Phoenix. If, when the information is received from the tax commission, the signatures still represent more than half the total valuation of the area, Flynn said, the city legally can annex the L-shaped district. Meanwhile, Flynn said, petitions still are being circulated in a large East Side area bounded by East 22nd Street, East Golf Links Road, South Kolb Road and a north-south line east of Dietz Elementary School and Prudence Road. This proposed annexation district includes M a n a n a Grande and Vista del Sierras subdivisions. IN JANUARY, Mayor Lew Davis and the city council authorized City Manager Mark Kearie to assist residents of these two areas anc others expressing an interest to join the city in the preparation of annexation petitions At that time, residents o] Indian Ridge Estates east of the city had expressed an interest in annexatJon, but city officials said today that they have heard nothing further from that area. Only jet-power to Los Angeles! Twice daily! You'll enjoy the swift, smooth, air-conditioned ride aboard the Rolls-Royce-powered Viscount II. Leave11:26 AM. Non-stop. The excellent luncheon is included in your fare, First Class . or Club Coach. So is the superb Gold Carpet* service. Complimentary champagne, too, if you're going First Class. Leave 9:18 PM. Stop in Phoenix for just 15 minutes. It's the only evening service to Los Angeles with no change-of-plane! 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Sanitary District Bills Mobilife Mobilife Corp., developers of the trailer-home community of Tucson Estates loc?tpd south of Old Tucson in the Avra Valley, has been told by the Sanitary District to pay $20,000 due or face a Superior Court action. The district is owed the money for sewer connections from the community to the district's treatment plant in the valley. Of the original $70,000 cost, Mobilife has paid $50,000. The district's board of directors yesterday voted to take the action if the balance is not paid in four increments of $5,000 every two weeks, beginning this week. Kenneth Scharman, manager of the district, said that Mobilife had not intentionally overlooked the payments nor is the firm in financial trouble. "It is a far-flung organization with developments over the country," Scharman said. "It is a case of the left hand not knowing what the right hand is doing." He said the threatened court action is expected to produce results. The Goidwater bill, which) would cost a; fraction of, the amount needpd.to finance the Kennedy measure, would set up a nationwide system of scholarships for college undergraduates and provide tax relief for parents sending children to. college. But it does not contain the wide range of federal aid to education included in the administration bill. The Kennedy bill puts all 'of the administration's education proposals into one basket, ranging from erantr. and loans for grade school and college classroom construction to higher teacher salaries. The subcommittee, headed by Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore.. opened hearings on the bill yesterday. Anthony J. Celebrezze, secretary of health, education and welfare, said it would in no way give the federal government a more dominant role over states in education. "It would spell the difference between mediocrity and excellence and would help to even out the wide differences in educational quality and opportunity that now exists among the states," he said. Morse, author of the bill, said the nation faces ah education crisis during the next few years in the shortage of classrooms caused by the population explosion. This cannot be solved on the local level, Morse said, be- cause : taxpayers are beginning to revolt against high four years for teacher nUries,:and $50;million the first yetr;for grada school construction. : ! local taxes s^nd turn dpwn issues for school construction. . · Several senators spoke in Favor of splitting the omnibus oill into several measures to increase its chance of passage. The legislation would extend federal aid to education in 24 different categories over a three-to-five-year period. 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