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

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY jFpfl!g--*·· -'7' -JM.' ·· ; · · · ' · - BbltetfcU'.V'vfu, S,. y;";;-....- ! , OSiWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Popular ? Felinfl trttt. 13 Gl»cl«l 14 Of · tea. ·17 Dittinew. ; , , , -18 Burglary Slang. 19'Famous Guudian ' 21 Historic reproach hjrrCaes*r: 2 ·~l .'-words. : '22 Moulhi: Lat. ; 'J3 Nubbin. , ;.: 24 AdjeclSye suffix. 25 Circus area. ' 27 Game fish; U 29 Happy: Fr. fern, £0.Wall brackets. '32 Place--.Pans. 34 'Indian mulberry. '35:Fairy queen. . , 36 Marsh marigold. 40 Important certificate. 44 Eastern servant. 45 Rolled up, as a sail. 47 Greenland settlement. , 48 Number on a. clock dial: Rom. 49 Geometric line. :· 50 Notwithstanding. eouipraent 53 Part bf Indo-Chiat. 55'Ill-mannered on*. 56 Dawdles. 58 Apostle Thomas, called __ 60 Asian VIP. 61 Kuwait, for example. 62 Is a member of: 2 words. · 63 Numbers. DOWN 1 Great in conception, 2 Spanish condiment. 3 Food quality. 4 Early sixth century date: Rom. 5 In the know: Slang. 6 Yellowstone; phenomena, 7 Hide: 2 words. 8 Tree genus. 9 Territory: Abbr. 10 Man's nickname. 11 Beginning. 12 Hair-do. 13 City officials. IS Grand --, Columbia Hirer dam. 30 Native of Vientiane. 26 Strike (th» teeth) together. 2.7 PurposefuL 28 Hesitant 29 Part of roof. 31 Presidential nickname. 33 Mountain pas«. 36 Carps. 37 Menacing. 38 Famous Pacific resort. 39 Makes arrange- merits for: 2 words. 40 Time periods. 41 Footstool. 42 Elephant men. 43 "You may lead . to -water . . » : 2 words. 46 Vase. 52 Statute: Ahbr. 53 Firenze's river, 54 M, Marceau, for example. 55 Old-time cox barn. 57 Vocal hesitations. 59 Dividend: Abbr. Rocky Suggests Swap Over Cuba U. S. To Restrain Exiles If Reds Quit Training Castro Saboteurs By RELMAN MORIN ALBANY, N.Y. --MR --Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller says he believes the United States could make a profitable swap with the Soviet Union on Cuba--the Soviets to stop training saboteurs there in exchange for the American restraints placed on anti-Castro "freedom fighters." Hearing Slated In Truck Violation Case PHOENIX--UPI--A hearing is scheduled May 15 on charges that a Yuma trucking company violated operating regulations. - The Arizona Corporation Commission scheduled the hearing. S y e n s s o n Freigh Lines is charged with viola ting its published rates an( its assigned operating terri tory. He said President Kennedy should advise Premier Khrushchev, "If you continue this, we will be forced to take Irastic action." The New York governor did not spell out what he meant drastic action. Rockefeller set forth his views on Cuba last night in a speech before a'Republican imd-raising dinner in Cincinnati. He spoke to an audience of 1,500 who paid $100 a ticket. During his one-day visit to Cincinnati, the governor also aid Kennedy has made a 'clear failure of leadership in Washington." He said Kennedy has not lived up to the "lavish promises" made during the 1960 presidentia" campaign. "THE AMERICAN people are being short-changed--in jobs, in security, in living standards and in social ad vance," he said. The governor drew his big gest round of applause when he discussed Cuba and saic that "perhaps we can ge s^me reciprocity from Mr Khrushchev." Before the speech he saic in a television interview: "It seems to me that i might be a very valuable thing if the President of th( United State? should say tc the Soviet Union that w would like to demand tha the Soviet Union give th same .guarantee to preven those Latins who are bein[ brought into Cuba for train ing in sabotage and subver sion in the whole area o penetration, and disruption o the free governments o Latin America. 'We might demand from he Soviets this action on the part of the Cubans, which is comparable to what the anti-Castro) Cubans are try- ng to do to the Cuban government." Rockefeller said that "this s the most serious threat to ,he Western hemisphere." INDIRECTLY, HE attacked ;he administration over the situation in Laos where the coalition g o v e r n m e n t is threatened by Communist troops. He said the United States has had experience with coalition governments in China and Berlin, and he asked: "Did they work? Who wouldn't have thought this would happen in Laos?" In his speech Rockefeller said that, as a result of the administration's monetary policies "our people have neither the confidence nor incentives to make the free enterprise system work. Fiscal integrity is as important in government as fiscal integrity in the home." This is one of the "fundamental differences" between the Republican and Democratic parties, he said. He listed "managed news" as another difference between the parties, saying that "the American people have the right and the need to know. They have got to have the facts if they are to participate in the decision-making process." He was interrupted 14 'times by applause. Of fieials Will Discuss High Court Ruling PHOENIX --UB-- County and city a t t o r n e y s from throughout Arizona will meet with Atty. Gen. Robert Pickrell Thursday to discuss a State Supreme Court decision ending governmental immunity from liability suits. Pickrell's chief assistant, William Eubank, is to report to the attorneys results of a weekend conference with California Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk. California's, high court recently. ruled its state and municipal governments could be held liable for the negligence of employes. Eubank said yesterday the state may ask the Supreme Court for a rehearing. He indicated the action would be sought for further clarification on the liability of governmental employes and agencies for negligent acts. Pickrell warned yesterday that costs of investigations by his office are bound to soar under the new decision. He also said machinery would have to be set up to handle cases against the state and to make payment of damages awarded. In the past, an aggrieved party had to appeal to the legislature for compensation. The lawmakers t h e n could pass a bill covering the damages suffered by the negligence of a state employe. Sale Of Water Firm Two Years Approved, But Warning Issued i « _ ' . 1 I .1 1 A « 4-\* A fl By JACK MAGEE Warning that such tardiness can be punished by contempt citations, the Arizona Corporation Commission yesterday gave retroactive approval of the two-year-old sale of a water company to the city of Tucson. The warning came from Commissioner John P. Clark after William S. Yarbrough blamed "ignorance or o t- · sight" for his failure to seek the ACC's approval when he sold the Silverbell Terrace Water Co. to the city for $86,500. "These companies are going to have to take this commission into consideration, otherwise be held in contempt," Clark said. Spring Valley Water Co.'s application for a certificate to serve the new Eastern Hills subdivision was postponed a second time on request of its attorney, Earl Carroll, and Asst. City Atty. Joe Purcell. Carroll and Purcell said an expected agreement has not been reached, but negotiations are continuing. The city opposes the application and wants to serve the subdivision itself. Taken under study was a proposal by Mt. Lemmon Cooperative Water Co. to double its rates over the next 12 years to pay for a $31,000 mortgage bond issue, most of which v/ill go to pay for a $23,393 debt judgment on a tank, pump and other items purchased for the system nearly two years ago. Company officials s a i d rates are now $25 per season for the 149 cabin customers, $1 per 1,000 gallons ($100 minimum) for the two commercial users, both restaurants. The connection fee also would be raised from $50 to $200. Annual outlay for improve ments would be increasec from $1,000 to $2,166 and mortgage bonds have been suggested as the way to pay off members who contributed, 5200 assessments to pay o f f ! he debt judgment. The assessments, totaling $3,000 to i4,000, the officials said, later were ruled illegal. Six customers appeared at the hearing to question the proposed rate increases. Tanque Verde Water Users Association was granted permission to serve 20 lots within the area certified to Tanque Verde Water Co. The O.K. was given after the company agreed to withdraw its opposition to the association's application on condi- YESTERDAY'S ANSWER tion the only, its . ; . . . , . . . . ots and does not attempt ,« sell water to others. Sale of Dateland Water, Coy by Karl Loeffler to Keith H. Melton and his wife, Hazel Melton, for $35,000, ;includ- inc a S'/a-acre home site, was approved. Certificates were granted to Clear Springs Water Co. for water service, and Horizon Service Corp; for fire protection, in a 2,300-lot subdivision near Pearce in Cochise County. The other five applications were postponed. · ' · ;1HE WRITE GIFT FOR MOTHER Sii Let Bill Ackerman help you select a lovely new pen from his large selection of famous make pens. Mother will enjoy your thoughtfulness all year long. Bill ACKERMAH'S PEH SHOP 21 N. STONE AVENUE Ph. MA +4072 Two Face Trial In Bar Burglary James Edward Railey, 25, of 11201/S S. llth Ave., and Jasper Warren, 21, of 920 E. 3ist St., face Superior Court trial on first-degree burglary charges stemming from a break-in at Smiley's Cocktail Lounge, 3424 E. Speedway. Justice of the Peace Clark H. Johnson ordered each suspect held in $1,000 bond after a preliminary hearing yesterday. 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