Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 17
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 17

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, June 3, 1960
Page 17
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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, 1968 1UCSUN D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 17, 4 GREAT FEATURES AND ALL FOR TWO TICKETS AT «5c FOR A FULL CARLOAD! OF THAT OLD i -- PLUS -* IMF: MI m m -EUWALUCH -- PLUS -*n NMfl ROCKET. ,J*11 - PLUS AT 12:30 THE GIANT BEHEMOTH Owl, Truck Tangle; Both End Up Losers BISBEE - «n - A 2^-pound i owl disputed the right of way with ; ,,,, . . , «. . Damage to the truck was extv a 2^-ton truck near Bisbee yes- j mated ^ t terday. Both lost. j The owl flew through an open window of the truck's cab and struck the driver, Norman Leslie McWold of Douglas, in the face, j McWold lost control of the truck j and it overturned. - i The owl died of a broken neck. McWold escaped injury. DINING AND DANCING UNDER THE STARS 8:W to 1:00 Saturday June 4th SPECIAL ATTRACTION... Wayne Webb's 18-Piece Dance Band and Buddy Peck Trio Fabulous Buffet Free to Lucky Persons Dinner $8.50 Complete Honeymoon Weekends For Reservations Call MA 2-3541 TIDELANDS MOTOR INN 119 N. Stone Ave. Earle F. Thompson, Gen. Mgr. Lots Of Cars Answer O'Brien's Description PHOEN!X-ay-Joseph O'Brien, salesman for a Phoenix manufacturing firm, reported the theft of his company auto. He described the car as being painted half yellow and half white, with the company name painted on both sides. Within minutes police were stopping similarly marked cars all over the town. Seems O'Brien forgot to mention that his company operates a fleet of 20 identically marked cars. The search for the stolen car continues. WILMOT THuny Don't Forget r\ A k I /"* I K. I /** under the stars in U /\lN V/ I IN VI7 * POLYNESIAN Fri., Sat. and Sun. . PATIO . from 8 P.M. Cocktails, Dinner and Snacks served in the. patio. Music, by LEO SALDANO and his Musart Trio nrTiri zxnw ST. llALTUfe A W I I I N O H First Tucson Showing Tow.rlnq T«rror CIRCUS OF HORRORS" Anton Diffrina Plui "THE RISE A FALL OF LEGS DIAMOND" WILMOT INN i MID sex/ mw mtmw MANLON ANNA UOANNK BRANDO MAGNAN1 WOODWARD T*IMWMM Williams' HURRY LAST FEW DAYS OPEN U:M P.M. DAILY CO-FEATURE Se*. the Crackdown CrtmeAun'i Mort THE PUSHER Introducing K»tky C«rlyl« "LIFE BEGINS AT 17" "HAVE ROCKET WILL TRAVEL" "THE LINEUP" "GIANT BEHEMOTH" ADM. 11.00 Pcnon Children Und.r 1Z FREE 1»t. DRIVE-IN .SHOWING Y. Brynn«r-K. K«nd«ll "ONCE MORE WITH FEELING" V. Pric«-J. Ev.lyn "THE TINGLER" Salsbury Hits At" i Health Code j By CHARLES GUDAITIS State Health Commissioner Our-; ence G. Salsbury has called at- j tention to the weakness of a s t a t e ' code under which an Arizonun in a Pima County (arm labor camp \ contracted a fatal case of typhoid fever. · A 15-year-oid boy in the same j house was infected bul recovered, i The cases occurred around a ! month and a half ago in one of three camps originally cited for! unsanitary conditions, according i to Salsbury. Salsbury said regulations did! not permit disclosure of the vie-1 tim's name nor the place where \ his death occurred. j Salsbury expressed concern j about a labor camp code, set up j by the State Legislature, which i fell far short of sanitary regulations required for Mexican farm workers. The Mexican workers are covered by strictly enforced treaty provisions. "We would have no complaint if the U. S. citizen had the same facilities which Mexican nationals are required to have," Salsbury said. When 'the typhoid case was reported, the Pima County Health Department immediately stepped into the picture. Some 35 persons were immunized and all toilet facilities sanitized. Since the death case involved a 32-year-old Indian who had lived in the area since the age of 15, health officials Iried to locate the carrier, but without success. Typhoid fever is spread by nn intostinal bactrrin via h u m a n ; wastes. It can be spread by flies or be found in drinking water, It ; must be t a k e n orally lo cause illness. Health Commissioner Sulsbury touched on the history of labor camp regulations which have resulted in "their coming under a sacrosanct category," s e t t i n g them apart from regular health enforcement. In 1951, a code was drawn by the department after » series of public hearings. With it, the de- i partment succeeded in having a farmer fined in Justice Court for a health violation. However, the '·· case was appealed in Superior Court and overturned. The department took the case to the Supreme Court where it \ was decided the department did \ not have the authority (o set up i the special regulations. Later, the State Legislature drew its own camp code "without any teeth in it." Salsbury continued. "Perhaps die Supreme Court was right in our not being able to set up specific rules," Salsbury said. The department is not completely powerless, Salsbury speculated. "If we can prove that conditions are a menace to public health, we might be able to stop some practices," he said. Salsbury added dial many ranchers and farmers have made substantial improvements on their own: that there »rc *om« v«ry! | commendable camp*. The greatest code fulling, he believed, WHS in housing require! 1 "Thrri 1 is nothing to prevent a do/rn pi'iplc living in 6 by 8 aihins where light And water fa oilitioK are bad," he said. Last year (here were six typhoid cases in the state resulting m two deaths. One f a t a l i t y was in n 1'inal County lubor ramp iind the socomt was a Yuma f a r m workrr residing outside » camp. GMExecToRriirt- DKTR01T -- UPI -- General Motors Vice President William F. | I l u f s t a d o r , h«ad of GM's distribution staff since 1918, will retire .hine 30. five days nfter his 65th j | birthday. Office Space Available 4560 E. Broadway Building $^50 As Low «t ^ per iq. .ft. p»r yr. Furnished or Unfurnished Choose from small or large offices and suites with janitor service, refrigeration, hot and cold water, ele- vaior, carpctod hallways and ample off-street free parking. With complete furnishings at small additional cost. NO LEASE REQUIRED Apply American Homos Association 4530 K. Broadway EA 6-2464 STARTS TONITE AT BOTH THEATRES RINCE Campb*)) Av* ·nd Princt Road JZOO *0. »ARK AVI. s»ndr» D«. "CIDGET"- Brigitte Bardot "MADEMOISELLE STRIPTEASE" K. Douglai-A. Lidd-V. 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