Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 2
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PAGE 2 £ntrrtd ·» «frcnd f!«»* frtttm Fort Olfif*. Tur»nn. »rt«wu T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 3, I960 DESTROYED PLANE IN AIR Apartments I FOUND NEAR WRECKED PLANE Patience Chinese U2 Pilot Killed Sold For Himself, Paper Reports $ 7 00,000 * » : The W.unit Alvprn Montreal by one of a small group of Chi- Star said Joday in. a dispatch from \ nese Nationalist pilots trained to its Washington correspondent that. f ] y (he L! , U1ien , hf pi)ot rca |j ze j the pite of a U2 spy p l a n e d e - j ? he sowed himself and his plane over * *· Red' China two vears ago when j pusned the "destrtict button. fighter aircraft got | The writer added that the KOV; crnment of Communist China pro- 1 Jested, but it was making so many protests at the time that it at: tracied little attention and the stop.- given by the United States ! at the time was that a bomber Communist .. , above him and were forcing h i m ; oown. . . ] The newspaper says information ; on the flight was supplied by a ; competent source in the U. S. j armed services, the story quoted the informant j , j ,_ loaned » ,·/* had OH BOY ... WHAT A BREAKFAST . . . P«nc«Ves or Eggs And .. . PEYTON'S PURE PORK SAUSAGE PEYTON All Peyton s M««h *re U.S. Sov'f Impeded". PEYTON PACKING CO. The 99-unit Alvernon Garden Apartments have been sold to the Old-Bost Corp., controlled by Los Angeles businessmen, it was announced loday. No sale price was disclosed by R. H. Nason. managing partner for the sellers, Alvernon Garden Investments of Kansas City. Revenue stamps on the deed, however, indicated the price was about 5700,000. Alvernon Gardens, formerly El Siglo Apartments, was built in 1948, and acquired by the present i owners in 1956 from the Federal ! Housing Administration for $310,- jOOO. i The cost of building the apart- j ments was $750,000 and their first | use was in providing low down- i payment housing for veierans. A j mortgage for $671.000 against the I apartments was bought by the j Michigan State Retirement Fund ' in 1949. Foreclosure on the FHA insured i mortgage was instituted in 1951 ; when the Oshrin Development Co., the original builders, filed for bankruptcy and exchanged the mortgage for government bonds giving FHA title to the property. i Old-Bost Corp. represented by j B. M. Olden, president, and Verne 3ostwick, secretary - treasurer, both of Los Angeles, plans no immediate change in operation of the Garden Apartments. The corporation has been chartered in Arizona for about six weeks. Negotiating the sale for the Kansas City firm was Mrs. Mildred Sligh of Sligh Realty. Two Women Injured In Collision - Two women were injured at 9:05 ».m. today in a car-truck collision at the intersection of the Benson highway and Hwy. 83. A passenger in the car, Mrs. Irene A. Craig, 47, Garden Grove, fractured left Stranded Boy Saved From Canada Wilds Burglars Fail To Open Safe ; The father, Steve Sedor, 39, a friend, Ken Harrison, 32, and the inild, but en several occasions the temperature approached freezing FLIN FLON, Man.-Hv-A helicopter yesterday plucked a starving, nearly incoherent little boy i child were on a 12-mile flight to j at night. There were several rainy thj eves from beside the burned wreckage j Tartan Lake for a fishing ' trip, days. of a plane where he had spent 15 j when the plane crashed May 18. i Twelve Canadian Afr F o r c e lonely, fear-ridden days in the j The boy, sitting irt the back j planes and eight civilian craft had rugged bush of northwest Mani- seat, apparently was t h r o w n | searched the area constantly, cov- Burglars failed In an attempt to j burn their way into a safe during [the night at the Frontier Village A long wait paid off for a Tuc- j Drug Store, 1700 N. Alvernon son laundry owner last night J Way. police said. j -phe intruders ruined the sale Edward Freedman, who oper- but were unable to get it open, ates the Amphi Drive-In Laun-', p 0 ij ce sa jj a torch apparently derette, had been troubled with j was used on the safe. making into · coin-j A ho]e WM mt .,, fte roo{ to machine it his laundry | in the Amphi Plaza Shopping Cen-! ter. j ILAWN MOWERS SbirBMMi-Sit-Rtttktd ^«Mf ky toba. i through the roof into heavy brush · ering about 70,000 square miles Later the helicopter and its res- i which broke his fall. | without success. cue crew returned to collect the i Harrison died in the wreckage] Yesterday Harvey Evans, a pilot bodies of the child's father and a ' of the plane. Sedor was hurled friend who died in the crash 390 j about 100 feet away into the bush. miles northwest of Winnipeg. j The boy told his rescuers he "Gee, I thought you'd never chewed a few roots and leaves and i come," said 9-year-old Walter drank rain water. A package of Sedor to his mother at the Flin supplies containing enough food Flon hospital. i for one person for at least 25 days Although suffering from exhaus-; had been thrown clear but the boy tion and undernourishment, the | didn't touch it -- apparently un- child was said to be in remark- aware of what it contained. J i n Flin Flon. Harrison, who was ably good condition despite his; Since May 18 the weather dur- i piloting the plane, was manager of ordeal. j ing the day had been relatively | a Flin Flon drilling company. for TransAir Ltd., spotted the boy sitting on a rock about three fourths of a mile from Tartan Lake. Evans, who was returning from a flight north, said if his course had been 100 yards to either side he would not have seen the child.- The child's father was a miner High School Girl Nabbed Driver T XT v i 17- c Sentenced To IniNew lork Vice Sweep NEW YORK--4/W--Vice raids last night and early today netted 28 persons--a high school girl, eight women and 18 men. - ^ The girl, Marie Rosa, 16, was found nude in a room in the fashionable Sherry-Netherland Hotel on Fifth avenue, Deputy Police Commissioner | James R. Kennedy said. j Miss Dracey. He also was With her, added Kennedy, was j charged with possession of nar- Jerome Lewine Jr., 35, a Wall j cotics and pornographic litera- Street broker of Scarsdale, N.Y., t ture. married and the father of three j Kennedy said the club had been children. operated by Myers. The police official said Lewine The Rosa girl and Miss Biagas had paid several hundred dollars; were booked on morals charges. for the date, with the money to be shared by the Rosa girl two other women. Twenty-two persons -- 16 men and f. women--were arrested in a raid on an "all-night club" at 133 charged Miss Dracey was charged with and! procuring and attempted statutory I rape. The latter charge stems from the age of the Rosa girl. Richard Howard, 40, Bayside, Q u e e n s , a Sherry-Netherland room clerk, was questioned and Time Served After pleading guilty to a reduced charge of reckless driving, William Van Teague Jr., was sentenced Wednesday to time already served in Pima County jail. Teague, 35, had been charged with manslaughter in connection with the auto accident, Mar. 9, in which Earl K. White. 63, was fatally injured on the Nogales highway, 15 miles south of Tucson. Teague, 'of Oroville, Calif., suffered a skull fracture and other injuries in the accident. White, a Tucson visitor from Garden City, N. Y,," died in St. Mary's Hospital about three hours Hospital. The driver of the pickup truck, Mrs. Catherine Hilton, 50, Box 1308, Tucson, was released after treatment at the Thomas-Davis Clinic for a scalp laceration. Highway Patrolman Dennis Hermansen said Mrs. Craig was riding with her husband, Albert, 53, who was traveling east on the Benson Highway. The Hilton truck was headed north on Hwy. 83. The patrolman said the brakes ·apparently failed on the truck. ·4*4*ti0*0*tO**4*4r*0**tt^j '., ,,-if * " ·-1: .'·"·' " " said surveillance of the club led i tempted statutory rape. police to the operation at the Sherry-Netherland. Kennedy called the club a "recruiting ground" used to lure I teen-age girls Into a vice ring. Others arrested at the hotel were identified as: Debbie Dracey, 30, and Jane Biagas, 20, of Manhattan. Also arrested in the case was Thomas B. Myers, 33. He was picked up at his apartment at 160 W. 85th St. and accused of living off the call-girl earnings of Teague had been in jail since Apr. 15. Deputy County Atty. Robert Hillock moved for the reduced charge because he said it had been established that Teague suffered from epilepsy. Atty. John Aboud represented Teague in Judge Robert 0. Roylston's court. Each night for the past week he has concealed himself at the laundry in case the thieves returned. Last night, Freedman told officers, he saw Rudolph V. Garafola, 25, of 608 E. Navajo Rd., manipulate the coin machine *nd pocket a large quantity of change. While Freedman watched, his son Bernard slipped out a back door and summoned police aid. When police arrived they found Garafola with Roland V. Phillips, 21, also of the Navajo road address. The officers said Garafola had more than $9 in change on him and Freedman reported a shortage of more than J8. Garafola was booked on suspicion of burglary and Phillips on suspicion of being an accessory to burglary. Authorities today, however, said they had not decided what formal charges would be made against the two. i gain entry, investigators said. The: hole led to the attic and from j there the burglars d r o p p e d ! through a trap door. Nothing is believed missing. THIS wrf OtASS CATCHHS · FACTCMY AUTHOMZB SAUSSKVKX ffwif Mawtn frwn K »»5NPto*ry*MrMt*. PICK UP end DaiVHY EA 5-1 41 J KITTLES BIKE KEY SHOP," INC. 4401 E. Speedway Wuerschmidt's Sine* 1931 "Where Good Glasses Are Made" OPTOMETRISTS Dr. Frank ,Wei« -- Dr. M. L Ivans Dr. M. A. Wuerschmidt 75-77 E. BROADWAY PHONI MA 4-2594 Grand Central Public Market U.S.D.A. Choitt Bt*f Roaiif, Bladt Cut CHUCK ROAST in, U.S.D.A. Choici §ttf Sttakt BUNIONS Got thic quick reUcf, Uftj ·hoc prennure, soothe* and cushions the acnmi ti ve ipot. A*k for the Bunion iixe. 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