Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 3
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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 3 BY CHAMBER Maricopa Names Crime Task Force' PHOENIX--UPI--A 29-member citizens "task force" on crime was appointed by Chamber of Commerce officials and civic leaders in 11 Maricopa County communities yesterday. The Phoenix chamber appointed 17 members to the committee and Mesa named three. One each were named by chambers in Avondale- G o o d y e a r-Litchfield Park, G!endale, Scottsdale, Sunnyslope, Wickenhurg, Buckeye, Chandler, Gila Bend and T,em- pe. WALTER LUCKING, Phoenix chamber president, said a meeting probably will be held next week to appoint a chairman. The function of the force will be "to cooperate, explore and assist in developing a solution to the area crime problem," the chambers said jointly. He said the force would have no investigating authority hut instead would "render assistance to our public officials in the task of combatting the increasing crime problem. "The crime wave which struck our area this winter resulted in a 30 per cent increase in c r i m e , " Lucking said. "This has overtaxed Ihe facilities of our law enforcement agencies." EUGENE MARIN, teacher Lowell School; William Bel Jr., Urban League; George F Spaulding, retired; William Larson, secretary and manager, Vegetable Growers As sociation; Alexander A. Raisin retired; N e w t Rosenzweig Rosenzweig Sons; George Miller, Boy Scouts of Amer ica; James Minotto, rancher Richard M. Hance, vice presi dent, the Valley National Co. Joseph P. Ralston, attorney Roger W. Perry, attorney George L. Campbell, sale manager, G a r l a n d Steel; leorge R. Selvvay, dean, Trinty Cathedral; Robert Weatherford, Arizona Public Service :o.; Howard C. Seymour, 'hoenix Union High Schools Hid College System; Cecil R. goe, group manager, Aetna ,ife Insurance Co., and Ken- icth W. Michael, manager, community relations communications, Computer Department, General Electric 'o. Mesa representatives are: WEBBER MACKEY, service station owner; Frank Pupello, owner, Valley Janitor Service; and Charles A. Mitten, retired newspaper publisher. Representatives of other Maricopa County communities are: Avondale -- Goodyear -L i t c h f i e l d Park, Vincent H. Brosmelhaus, personnel manager, Goodyear Aircraft Corp.; Glendale, Elton A. Kirby, retired city clerk of Glendale; Scottsdale, Pat O'Brien, owner, Studio 125; Sunnyslope, Harry Isenberg, owner, Harry's Drugs; Wickenburg, D. Bradford Blossom, retired; Buckeye, L. D. McDonald, Shell Oil distributor; Chandler, Al K. Cherry, retired attorney; Gila Bend, Mike Eaglin, manager, Arizona Public Service Co.; and Tempe, Kenneth L. Sipes, retired Army colonel. Lucking pointed out that other Task Force members may be named later. MARCHING THROUGH GEORGIA --AP Wlrepholo Carver Neblett, of Carbondale, 111., leads n i n e Freedom Marchers across Georgia state line near Trenton, Ga. The racially mixed group, which entered Georgia yesterday, is retracing the route traveled by w h i t e Balti- more postman William Moore. The letter carrier was shot to death near A l t a l l a , Ala., and this group hopes to f i n i s h his protest march to Jackson, Miss. Sign reads: "Equal rights for all (Mississippi or bust)." Treedom Hikers' Head For Apparent Alabama Arrest TED PEDEE.SEN Attorney at Law wishes to announce the removal of his Tucson office to Ross, Arvcrson Ross Bldg., 2438 East Broadway, Tucson, Arizona May 2, 1963 Telephone 623-3463 WILDWOOD, Ga. --UPI-Ten footsore Negro and white integrationists began the second day of their "freedom walk" into the heart of the Deep South today and headed toward apparent arrest in Alabama. "Gonna keep on walking, gonna keep 'on talking, on to Alabam'," sang the group as it resumed the "William Moore Memorial Trek." "The only thing we did wrong, was to stay segregated one day too long," they | marchers had to scrounge chorused. 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Two groups vesterclay began "freedom walks" in memory of Moore, who was spending his vacation h i k i n g to Jackson to deliver a personal letter to Gov. Ross Barnett urging racial moderation. One group of eight Negroes, including three women, left Attalla on a proposed 60-mile walk to Birmingham. They were arrested near Attalla on charges of "conduct calculated to provoke a breach of the peace . . -" The group said it planned to remain in iail and serve any sentence meted out. The Chattanooga group, hiking in single file on the left side of the highway, planned to cover from 10 to 15 miles a day--considerably less than the more than 45 miles per day averaged by Moore. They expected to reach Alabama, about 25 miles away, tomorrow. . . . The walkers were heckled by some bypassers. "They'll never make it," one man s h o u t e d . "Get the eggs ready," another yelled. A diary found on Moore's body noted that he also encountered heckling in this area. 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