Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY EVENING. MAY f. f963 * Victim Of Fire Remains In Serious Condition T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 3 Fire victim Kenneth L. Tyler remained in serious condition today from burns suffered in the blaze thai took the life of his 6-year-old daughter Monday night. A n autopsy y e s t e r d a y showed that Sylvia Tyler, who was pulled from her father's burning trailer, died of smoke Inhalation. Dr. Edward A. Brucker, coroner's pathologist, said the g i r l suffered first-degree burns, not a factor in her death. Neighbors tried to revive Sylvia with mouth-to-mouth respiration after they found her in a rear bedroom of the i his way to Sylvia when over- trailer at 3230 N. Chapel Avenue. Tyler, 42, was found badly burned in a hallway. He is under treatment at Tucson Medical Center for second and third-degree burns. Lt. David Kleuskens of the Rural Fire Department said tl.J cause of the blaze is still undetermined, although it is believed to have started in the front kitchen-living room area of the trailer. Kleuskens said it appeared that Tyler was trying to make come by smoke. Neighbors said Tyler had some trouble walking because of injuries sustained in an auto accident. Funeral arrangements for Sylvia are pending at the Adair Funeral Home. Water Conditioning Finn Sued Some two dozen Tucson families today sued the Webb Water Conditioning Co., claiming the firm falsely represented they would receive n four-year supply of soap with each water softener u n i t . In addition to the Webb company, the suit lists as defendants Mr. and Mrs. Richard Feldt, as operators of the f i r m , and Associates Finance Corp. The conditional sales contracts for the softener units were assigned to the finance corporation, according to suit. the Superior Court Last summer, the pleading says, Webb induced the f a m - ilies to buy the units by representing that the Colgate- Palmolive Co. was co-sponsoring the sale as part of a program to introduce new soap products and that each family buying a softener was to receive a four-year supply of all household soap prod- Union Group Critical Of Gold water CHICAGO--/P)--Sen. Barry Goldwater of Arizona, a potential Republican presidential nominee, came under attack today at a regional meeting of the AFL-C1O committee on political education. Joseph Keenan, secretary of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, said that in his speaking appearances Goldwater never misses a chance "to take us on." Keenan also said Goldwater has a pending bill for a national right-to-work law. Al Barkan, acting director of COPE, listed Goldwater and Sen. Everett M. Dirksen of I l l i n o i s , the Senate Republican leader, among the enemies of labor. They s p o k e at a COPE meeting for u n i o n i s t s from Illinois, I n d i a n a and Wisconsin. Keenan said labor's foes will make efforts next year to defeat Democratic Sens. William Proxmire of Wisconsin, Vance H a r t k e o f Indiana, Frank Moss of U t a h , Gale McGee of Wyoming and Mike Blow Sirens, Chase Bugs, CD Requests The Tucson - Pi ma County Civil Defense Agency wants permission from the Board of Supervisors to blow its air raid sirens each Saturday at high noon to clean out the cobwebs, bird nests, bugs and Suit Over Volkswagen Sign Settled An injunction suit over use by a Tucson garage of the Volkswagen auto t r a d e m a r k , or any signs or symbols that may be confused with it has been settled in U. S. District Legal Fight Looms Over Control Of Mining Firm Court, in an agreed judgment dust. According to Col. Albert Stoltz, stitff engineer, the sirens have been tested infre- q u e n t l y . At previous testings, he said, a number of sirens were found to be inoperative Weekly tests would indicate m a l f u n c t i o n s more often and, as a matter of fact, would help keep the sirens clear, he said. The action of the sirens blows out the dust, bugs, cobwebs and some bird nests, he said. Also, all t h a t noise discourages birds from setting up housekeeping there. signed by Judge James A. Walsh, E. K. Nichols, oper- alo'r of a garage at. 1030 E. Broadway, is permanently enjoined from using the word Volkswagen or "Folkswagon" except for signs reading "E. K. Nichols Motor Service, Tucson's O l d e s t Independent Volkswagen Repair." Nichols also must not indicate that he has any connection w i t h the German firm, Volkswagenwerk Aktienge- sellsschafl, or its representatives. The suit was filed by the German firm last July. Braccro Bill Moves In. House A legal fight loomed in U.S. District Court today over control of Chief Consolidated Mining Co., of Salt Lake City, which leases its m a i n mine, in Eureka, Utah, to Kennecott Copper Co. Shattuck Denn M i n i n g Corp., claiming it is the biggest stock holder in Chief Consolidated, wants the present Chief board of directors replaced by its own slate. Judge James A. Walsh has set a h e a r i n g for May 27 at 3 p.m. Shattuck, D e n n , which operates the Iron King mine at Humboldt, contends the Chief management violated Securities Exchange Commission rules on proxy voting i the board election in Tucson April 16. (Chief Consolidated is incorporated in Arizona.) The complaint asserts that m a n a g e m e n t ' s statement soliciting proxy votes for its slate falsely declared stockholders did not have c u m u l a - tive voting rights. Shattuck Denn claims its slate would have been elected under this method. Chief's slate was elected, the complaint says, by the by m u l t i p l y i n g t h e i r shares hy the n u m b e r of directors. Non- cumulative voting provides for election by a majority of the stockholders represented at the meeting. Shattuck Denn's attorney, Hale C. Tognoni of Phoenix, s a i d Chief's management claims it does not have to permit c u m u l a t i v e voting because the f i r m was incorporated in 1909, four years before the Arizona Constitution was adopted. Safety Check Won't Retire Antique Cars PHOENIX -- I/P) -- Arizona's new vehicle inspection law isn't going to drive the state's vintage automobiles into complete retirement. Atty. Gen. Robert Pickrell issued an opinion that historic horseless carriages don't have to meet the same safety s p e c i f i c a t i o n s a s other vehicles. The only requirement for the old cars, Pickrell said, is that the safety equipment built into the vehicle at the factory is in working order. Request for the opinion c a m e ' f r o m a fan of the old cars. Sen. Earle W. Cook, D Mohave. Illustrated Above Strafo-Dawn 5269 ucts. The suit, prepared by attorney Arthur L. Hirsch, claims no such sponsorship existed and that the only connection between the soap company and Webb is that he buys industrial soap products from Colgate-Palmolive. Because of the false representations made by the defendants, the suit says, the contracts should be declared null and void. It also seeks $10,000 punitive damages. Hirsch said the contracts were worth about $800 each. Mansfield of Montana. Police Aide To Talk To B'nai B'rith Capt John Breglia, execu tive officer of the Tucson Police Dept., will address B'nai B'rith Sahuaro Lodge No. 2340 at 8 p.m. tomorrow at the Jewish Community Center. Breglia, who has been with the Police Dept. for more than 15 years, will discuss department personnel. Debt Liinil Action Deferred W A S H I N G T O N -- W ) -- T h e hlouse Ways and Means Committee, o b v i o u s l y intrigued by a proposed new approach to the n a t i o n a l debt limit, talked it over for several hours today but deferred action u n t i l tomorrow. A raise of some sort is certain, since without congressional action the l i m i t will drop by the end of June below the actual debt. WASHINGTON -- UPI -The House A g r i c u l t u r e Committee yesterday approved a bill extending the Mexican migrant labor (bracero) bill for two years. The approval was given in a closed-door session of the committee to a measure sponsored by Rep. Morris Udall, D-Ariz. Present a u t h o r i t y for farmers to import Mexican labor ends Dec. 31. The measure was sure to run into strong opposition when it reaches the House floor. 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