Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 11, 1976 · Page 32
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Markets (Jittwn WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1976 PAGE 33 luror Badge-making catches Jl rr, I I ? /* is given 1 UCSOH SChOOlS fancy baby party Fanninpushes 'incentives' Citizen Phnto by Manuel Miera Sticky business Kim Jackson, receptionist for the Tucson Education Association, (TEA), models a few of the badges teachers and members have ordered through a new service provided by TEA. The badges usually go to students, but some members have asked for them for their golf or bowling groups, says Dorothy Long, TEA publications director. By CHERI CROSS CUIien Staff Writer Jane Murphy's fourth graders got a special treat last week when they visited the Freedom Train -- their own personal souvenir badges. Mrs. Murphy, a teacher at Steele Elementary School, 700 S-. Samoff Drive, had taken advantage of a recent offer by ·the Tucson Education Association (TEA) to make badges, at a minimal cost, for teachers who wanted them for their classes. She provided TEA with small individual Bicentennial- theme pictures for each badge, and asked that the words, "FREEDOM TRAIN . . . Steele . . . Tucson . . . J976," be printed on each badge. Presto! Personalized souvenirs to commemorate the visit to the historic Freedom Train displays. Mrs. Murphy is just one of many TEA members who have responded to the badge offer, says Dorothy Long, TEA publications director. During the past month, she and her husband, Donald, who volunteers his time, have made more than a thousand badges, and the orders keep pouring in. TEA officials decided to buy a badge-making machine when they found its cost was just slightly more than the cost of 250 badges they wanted for a TEA representative assembly. Mrs. Long uses TEA printing equipment to typeset the lettering, then pastes up the design and reduces it to badge size in a photo process. A sheet of clear plastic is placed over the design, which then is pressed onto a blank badge, along with the back that holds the pin. The stamping machine is simple, mostly a base with receptacle and a press-down lever. The price of the badges ranges from 23 cents to 31 cents, depending on the num- 'Tippecanoe'rccalletl C I N C I N N A T I ( U P I ) -Graveside ceremonies marked the birthday of William Henry Harrison, the Indian fighter known as "Tippecanoe" who became America's ninth president only to die one month after taking office in 1844. Rhodes of U.N. WASHINGTON ( U P I ) -House Minority Leader John J. Rhodes, R-Ariz., says the United Nations is a "fountainhead of world turmoil." Rhodes testified yesterday before a House subcommittee 1 that the "antics" of the United Nations has reduced the presitge of the organization. "It has assumed more the aspect of a Tower of Babel than a serious and effective instrumentality to tackle and help solve the mtricale problems of world relationships." In a statement to the subcommittee on international organi7a lions, Rhodes said that while the United Stales has consistently opposed aggression "we find ourselves part of an organization that is not c o n t r i b u t i n g to world peace, but is the fnuntainheaci of world turmoil." The Arizonan said the United Nations has "diminished capability of settling disputes" despite some past successes. Rhodes was critical t h u i the United Nations allowed the continued participation by natirjns that fail to pay assessments toward the annual Jl..'! billion budget. VALENTINE HER 14K GOLD DIAMOND HEART PENDANT M5 -HEJLZBERG_ qf Varicose Veins Bauer Black Elastic Panty Hose not only flatter your legs, they give up to twice the compression of support panty hose. 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Teachers have ordered such designs as "A proud Collier 1st grader," "E.S.P,, Extra Special Person, Sahuarita Junior High," "Safford Junior High Bi-lingual Club," "Student Aide," and Mrs. Murphy's "Freedom Train" design. But other members have ordered badges for their golf clubs and bowling teams, and the Longs made personalized photo badges for members of the TEA executive board. The Chamber of Commerce ordered several for Us La Fiesta de los Vaqueros beard contest. SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Jurors in the 198-day Zebra murder trial have honored one of their own -- with a baby shower. Superior Court Judge Joseph Karesh granted the panel a special two-hour luncli break so it could have a shower for pregnant juror No. 8. The pregnant juror was a bride when the trial began on March 3. Karesh is considering a recess in the trial of four Black Muslims accused of random street killings in 1973 and 1974 to give her a chance to give birth before the start of jury deliberations. W1CKENBURG ( U P I ) -Sen. Paul Fannin, R-Ariz., says he favors tax reforms that would encourage private business and industry to expand. "Congress has sought to solve economic p r o b l e m s through more and bigger federal programs," Fannin Mid the Wickenburg Rotary Club. "Instead of curing our economic woes, these federal programs for the most part have only added to the problems. "Economic progress and stability cannot be achieved by expanding government at\ the cost of the private sector. If we are going to solve our economic problems, we will do so only by giving our business and industry the incentives to expand. And to accomplish (his, it is essential that we make some major changes in the lax structure." Fannin pointed out that the United Stales ranked 17th out of 20 large industrial nations in (he average annual rate of real economic growth during the 1960s. 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