Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 11
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PAGE 12 MEES HONORED T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N UA Professor Gets Trade Bureau's Award THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1968 Quentin M. Mees, professor of civii engineering at the University of Arizona, was given the Tucson Trade Bureau's faculty recognition award today. Mees has been active in water and air pollution control work at local, state and national levels, in addition to his teaching and research schedule at the UA. He has served as consultant to the City oE Tucson, Pima County, and Sanitary District No. 1, in matters of waste water reclamation and air pollution control. In 1966, he was chairman of the Governor's Air Pollution Committee. He is now a member of the Air Pollution Advisory Council of the Pima County Ah- Pollution Control Division. His research work at UA includes directing a training program in water supply and pollution control, supported by a U. S. Interior Department grant, Graham Says Tax Hike Price Of Ignoring Ghetto Phoenix Mayor Milton H. Graham warned Tucson businessmen yesterday lliat they will pay in higher taxes if the explosive ghetto problems are not solved. "You have got to become involved in the problems of urban America," Graham told a Tucson Rotary Club audience which included as guests Mayor James Corbett and City Councilman Richard Kennedy. The consequence of inaction, Graham said, will be taxation to pay for the destruction from future summers of violence. He cautioned against merely relying on riot control measures in facing the future. "You don't prepare just by enlarging the police force," Graham said. This should not be interpreted to mean that rioting will be tol- erated, Graham emphasized. The man who started the Phoenix riot last summer -- whose identity Graham Sraid he knows -- publicly declared his only motive was to loot, the mayor said. "And you know how much looting went on in Pheonix," Graham said, "zero." The basic problems of housing, unemployment and underemployment must be attacked immediately by all members of the business community, he said. "If you, can't hire an unemployed man, you can at least become informed," Graham said. As a member of the Urban Coalition, a national group of leaders in business, labor, civil rights, government and the clergy, Graham said he has seen the urgency of th«'situation and the willingness of businessmen to woi'k to solve it. As an example, he cited the National Alliance of Businessmen, headed by Henry Ford II, which has drawn some of the best managerial talent in many large corporations, on a full- time basis, to draft programs of business involvement in the ghetto problems arid enlist its' cooperation. Federally financed business training programs are under way in 50 cities, including Phoenix, where Graham said the goal is to have 1,000 unemployed men trained for jobs by this summer. Drachiiian Is Meet Chairman Frank Drachman Jr., Tucson attorney, has been named chairman of the third annual luncheon meeting of the Southern Arizona Businessmen's Political Committee, to be held at the Statler-Hilton Hotel at noon March 29. Association President Al Gi- bson, in making the announcement, said .the committee is a nonpartisan organization concerned with attracting and financially supporting candidates for the U.S. Congress and State Legislature "who are dedicated to sound, fiscal policies and responsible government." The City of Tucson and civic leaders will be asked to join in Urban Coalition programs in the future, Graham said.:' Businessmen will also have -to organize, Graham stressed, to oppose expected efforts of "professional welfare recipients" to demand a guaranteed annual income from Congress, "which you will also have to pay for." Phone 327-4547 CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATES AND HELP WITH YOUR BUILDING PLANS. 0«N SAT.'Till JV»M Quentin M. Mees and cooperating in air pollution analysis work conducted in the UA Department of Nuclear Engineering. (The award was made at the Pioneer International Hotel.) Paperback On Riots Report Is Hot Seller NEW YORK (UPI)-The 700- page paperback edition of the report by the President's Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders is "selling wildly" at $1.25 a copy, it was announced Wednesday by the publisher, Bantam Books, Inc. The Bantam edition is the only one now available to the public and Rep. Thomas G. Abernethy, D-Miss., demanded in Washington that all copies of the commission report published by Bantam under a copyright be recalled from the market. Control of Bantam Books was Education Funds Topic Of Lecture Dr. M.M. Chambers, visiting professor of higher education at Indiana University, will lecture on financing higher education today at the University of Arizona. This will be the sixth lecture of a College of Education colloquia. The lecture, open to the public without charge, will be at 4:40 p.m. in Room 211 of the Education Building. Chambers is a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and has served as a consultant on higher education in several states. recently purchased by The New York Times. Alvin Spivak, the commission's information director, said, "Obviously there is no copyright on the report of the commission and obviously no one can reserve any rights to it. It is public property." The Government Printing Office 5s scheduled to publish its edition of the report in six to eight weeks. Bantam's first printing, entitled "Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders," totaled 250,000 copies and the publisher is rushing out a second printing of 100,000 copies. "At tine rate it's selling it could be a big, big book," a spokesman for the publishing firm said. "A store in Washington made an original order of 5,000," he said. 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