Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 17
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Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 1, 1963
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PAGE 18 T U C S O N D A ' L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1963 COOL in our short sleeve BATISTE SHIRT by Jayson Of featherweight Pima coctun, mis BANCARE fabric is a wash and wear delight. In medium spread and tab collars. 4.50 in El Con Shopping Center Open 'til 9 p.m. Mon., Wed., Fri. r P a r k i n c Brown Speech Insult To Decency/ Says Gavin PHOENIX--UP--George Gavin, chairman of the Arizona Democratic Central Committee, says a recent speech by Republican State Chairman Keith Brown was "an insult to decency and a setback to efforts of good government." Speaking yesterday before officers of the Phoenix Young Democrats, Gavin said Brown had overemphasized the need for money in winning political campaigns, had welcomed hate groups into the Republican ranks and had attacked motherhood. j Regarding money, Gavin! said Democrats believe political success is built more on service to the people. As for the John Birch society and ultra-conservatives, which Brown said rightly belonged in the GOP ranks, Gavin declared his party believed "there is no place in America for a hate society. The far right movement clearly embraces every sort of hate group in the nation." Gavin said Brown, during a speech in Tucson Monday, also had attacked the corning motherhood of Mrs. Kennedy. Gavin was referring to a remark attributed to Brown that the Kennedy politicians "are masters of timing. Now they've even got Jackie into the act." Trans p° r - tation to SEATTLE 1962 Model Cars All G a s - O i l and Proper Insurance included. No Gimmicks. 920 E. 22nd St. MA 4-0421 Injury Suit Trial Ends In Hung Jury Trial of a personal injury suit in which a truck driver claimed a firm negligently repaired the brakes on his vehicle ended in a hung jury yesterday. The jury deliberated almost 12 hours before announcing it was deadlocked 6 to 6. At least three-fourths of the total must agree for a verdict in a civil case. A former Tucsonian, Millard A. Henley, now residing in Arkansas, was injured Dec. 12, 1957 when the left front wheel of his tank truck locked, he said. The accident occurred on Ajo Road near Mission Road. Henley alleged that Bogard CMC Co., of Tucson, was responsible for the crash because it negligently repairec the brakes on his truck. The case was tried before Judge John F. Molloy. A previous trial in 1959 resulted in an award of $22,895 in damages for Henley but the judgment was reversed on an appeal to the Arizona Supreme Court. The appeal contended that certain inadmissible evidence was al lowed into the record. Engineers To Hold Banquet Maj. Walter H. Flint, At- antic Missile Range Scheduling officer at Patrick Air "orce Base in Florida, will speak in Tucson to an engineers' banquet Friday on the subject, "Aerospace Activities at Cape Canaveral." Flint will speak at a meeting of the new Tucson section of the Institute of Electronics and Electrical E n g i n e e r s (IEEE) at the Tidelands Motor Hotel. The social hour will be at 6 p.m., the dinner at 7 p.m., and Flint's speech at 8 p.m. The Institute of Electronics and Electrical Engineers is a merger of two older professional groups into the world's largest professional engineering organization. The banquet will combine the annual women's night program with a celebration of the merger. Locally, the new IEEE section is a combination of the Institute of Radio Engineers and the American Institute of Electrical Engineers. Dr. Paul Russell, head of the University of Arizona Department of E l e c t r i c a l Engineering, is president. W. M. Bastian, senior engineer for Pan-American Airways, formerly chairman of the radio engineers, is vice chairman. The 250 local engineers of the IEEE membership come from the University of Arizona, Tucson Gas Electric, the Air Force, the Martin-Marietta Co., Radio Corp. of America, Hughes Aircraft Co., Bell Aero System, and Pan- American. Flint also will speak at Ft. Huachuca Friday noon to the IEEE. The new chapter there will have about 100 members. Special Legislative Session Urged By CofC Committee {-J The state legislative committee of the Tucson Chamber of Commerce yesterday urged its directors to appeal to Gov. Paul Fannin for a special legislative session to provide capital outlay funds for Arizona's three colleges. The funds, scheduled for buildings and land acquisition, were not appropriated during the legislature's regular session because of a difference between the House and Senate over the amounts to be appropriated. (At that time the State A Sale As Great As Its Name ROEBUCK AND CO. 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We just were under the impres sion that the dock would be gone by April 1." Southern Pacific official said several weeks ago the would have the dock removec by this Sunday. Meanwhile, construction i, continuing at the west end o the tunnel, which is sched uled to be opened for limitec traffic on Oct. 31. toard of Regents requested' .5.1 million for buildings and 11 million in land for the University of Arizona.) The committee also recommended that the governor be equested to include in his special call proposals to provide increased state aid to school districts and operating 'unds for the Southern Arizona Mental Health clinic in Tucson. In briefing the state legis- ative committee, Rep. Dongas Holsclaw, R-Pima, said the 'ailure of the House and Senate to pass capital outlay bills : or the colleges "is a question of stubbornness. Maybe we should call it Irresponsibility." During the session there was a feeling of antagonism built up because of the fail ure of both to pass some favorite bills which the other house wanted approved, Holsclaw said. When the House and Sen ate Appropriation committees met at the end of the session to discuss the capital outlay figures "tempers were high . SBA Official To Confer Here Operators of small Tucson businesses will have an op portunity tomorrow to discus their problems with Warren Raduenzel, of the Phoenb Small Business Administra tion (SBA) office. Interviews held at th Chamber of Commerce wil begin at 10 a.m. Raduenzel will answer que? tions concerning small busi ness loans and business prob lems a n d w i l l distribut pamphlets pertaining to th SBA. nd neither one would budge," e added. The Pima County represen- ative indicated a special ses- ion will be called by Fannin i June to consider the capital utlays and operating funds cr the mental health clinic. "1 believe that the special ession was purposely delayed y the governor in order to How tempers to cool down an both sides in the appropriations committees," h e aid. Band Takes Route Of Slain Hiker CHATTANOOGA, Twin.-UPI--A band of hard-core in- tegrationists today began a. "peaceful walk" through the heart of the Deep South's segregation country, tracing the steps of a civil rights crusader who was murdered last week. The small, casually dressed group began its "peaceful walk across the American Survey Will Precede Study Here Mechlin D. Moore, staff director for the Build America Better Committee, will arrive nere June 17 to make a preliminary survey for the committee's planned study of neighborhood rehabilitation problems here. Moore, from Washington, D.C., then will pick the four or five-member team which will make the survey here beginning July 14, Keith Winn, Tucson Board of Realtors president, said today. The realtors and the city are cosponsoring the national survey group's visit here. The study will cost $4,000. The realtors have agreed to provide $1,000 of the cost themselves and raise the remainder through contributions. The city will not pay any of the cost. Major emphasis of the study will be given toward development and modernization problems confronting various Tucson neighborhoods. countryside" from the city's Greyhound Bus Terminal, the starting point last week for William L. Moore whose bullet-riddled body was found several days and 80-miles later on the side of a road near Attala, Ala. A rural Alabama grocer, Fioyd Simpson, 40, has been charged in the case. THE BEGINNING of the walk was delayed several minutes by a woman evangelist who told the integration- ists to "take Jesus Christ with you." The marchers set off in crisp sunny weather. Nine male marchers, five of them Negroes, made up the group headed directly into the strong segregation territory of the Sand Mountain area, long identified with Ku Klux Klan activities. Another Negro was scheduled to join the group later in the day. They carried one sign which read: "Rights for all, Mississippi or bust." The trip, named the "William Moore Memorial Trek," will take the group in a long curving march along U. S. 11 across the northwest tip nf SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. Hurry . . . Sale Ends Monday ··· ZigZag Sewing Machines Georgia, but most of it will be in Alabama and Mississippi. MOORE HAD planned to end his one-man march at Jackson, Miss., and present a civil rights letter to Gov. Ross Barnett. The integrationist band will follow the same course. Robert Zellner, 24, one of the group's leaders, said there was a possibility they would return to Chattanooga to spend the first night, and then resume the walk tomorrow morning. "It all depends on the reaction," he said. A group of Negro well- wishers saw the marchers off, shaking their hands and applauding them. Several detectives were at the station and the marchers attracted a crowd of about 85 curious bystanders. There were no demonstrations. * NO MONEY IMIWN With Approved Credit · Sews forward and reverse · Zig zag or straight-stitch · Embroiders, monograms · Sews buttons, mends, darns Kenmore Vacuum Cleaners NO MONEY IMMVN * on Sear* Easy Payment Flan · 5-piece attachment set · Wrap-around cord storage · Lightweight, roll-a-round Disposable dust bag* Kenmore Polisher- Scrubbers Scholarships In Music Are Awarded Two boys have been named winners of the Tucson Mu^ic Teachers Association's annual scholarships to the University of Arizona high school fine arts summer session directed by Dr. O. M. Hartsell. Winners w e r e Michael Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Young, 1126 N, Nema Ave., a clarinetist who attends Townsend Junior High School, and Harry L. Clark, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Clark, 6334 E. Barnan St. Harry, a freshman at Palo Verde High School, plays the cello. The s c h o l a r s h i p s are awarded in honor of the late John Crowder, former dean of the College of Fine Arts at the university, and the late John Thompson, well-known music educator. NO MONEY DOWN on Srnin T.tny Payment Plan Scrubs and polishes floors 1 Regular full size brushes 1 Twin briiBh cleaning action 1 Easy Tip-toe on-off switch Shop at Scars and Save Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back ^^^^·^^^··^·^····^^^HI^HII^^^H SEARS 81 N. Cth Ave. MA 3-1751 TUCSON Store Hours: Daily 9:30-5:30 Mon.-Fri. «:30-9 ,000 Rings Stolen Out Of Window Matching sets of men's and women's rings, tentatively valued at $2,000 to $3,000, were stolen about 2 a.m. today from the display window of Daniel's Jewelers, 21 E. Congress St. City police went to the business as soon as an unidentified taxicab driver told them a burglar alarm was ringing in the vicinity of N. Stone Ave. and Congress St. Officers said that a tool had been used to break a small hole in the plate-glass window. Manager Stanley Schubach told investigators a number of rings were taken, but he could not determine the exact total or description without an inventory. Tom Inqlis Floipers 2362 E. BROADWAY ,MA 2-4643,

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