Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 11
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 11

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 11
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MONDAY EVENING, JUNE A, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 1T " TRIAL-RENTAL PUN Iron rile Automatic Ircntr O«]y $2.50 per week GRABE ELECTRIC N E. CMfTtn MA W»4 FREEDOM ENDS Daughter Of Lana Held In Juvenile Hall LOS ANGELES--UPI--A defiant Cheryl Crane, who two years ago killed the lover of her famous mother, Lana Turner, was confined in juvenile hall today while authorities decided her future. The slim 16-year : old brunette could be ordered held in a maximum security , county home for delinquent girls as a result of her second--but brief--escape within five weeks from' a wayward girls' school over the ·weekend. ; The juvenile court was expected to decide sometime this week whether Cheryl should be returned to comparative easy-going El Retiro or placed in a county home with stricter rules, bars on the windows and stern guards. · Cheryl was made a ward of the court in the spring of 1958 for the knife-slaying of Johnny Stompa- na;to. The slaying was ruled Justifiable homicide, but Cheryl wa notified she could be kept under j supervision of the court until she was 21 if her behavior *o warranted. "This was a big change from the meek and mild little girl who came in here on a homicide rap," said Beverly Hills Police Chief Clinton H. Anderson. Cheryl and the two girls who ran away with her late Friday were taken to Anderson's office after they were found Saturday sleeping in a restroom in Beverly Hills' Roxbury Park. "She's very defiant, anti-social and a non-conformist," said Anderson, "H looks like she led the other girls out." Cheryl, garbed in capri pants, a sweater and jacket, *cretmed at news photographers as she was led toward juvenile hall. Anderson said Cheryl told him, "We hadn't planned to'-run away --It was just a spur of the moment idea. But I don't like beinfi in that place seven days a week and I may run away again. Cheryl was committed to El Retiro for psychiatric therapy this spring. On Apr. 29 she and two other girls scaled a fence--as she did Friday night--and had four days of freedom before turning themselves in, "You can't run away forever," she said at the time. Ackcrman Urges Resources Body «· PAYSQN -- (lfi~ Lee Ackcrman. candidate for the Democratic gubernatorial nomination, says the state should create a commission to spur development of its natural resources. "Such a state commission Is necessary if we are to have sound, long-range planning for the development of our resources," the Phoenix busineisiran told the Payson Rotary Club yesterday. Ackerman also said such a commission could provide "effective action to revitalize the Industrialization of resources which are on the wane." '0E5T MEATM TOWM MOPREL l£AU. MEAT?- CUT FffOM £ASTEffM GORM FEO POffK Swift s Sweet Rasher Sliced BACONS WIENERS Swift's All Meat FrMhLorg* Local Grod* Food Giant'* Feavurr! 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PRINCE RD. 2904 N. 1st AVE. 4828 E. 22nd ST. 5501 EAST PIMA Data from U.S. Wf ATHCt iUMAU D«pl. »f HIGH FORECAST Until Tuiildoy Morning Figurti Show Low Tempototoret E»p«.t«d -- A » Wir»uh»l» U. S. WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST Showers and thunderstorms are expected tonight in the middle and southern Atlantic coastal area, the northern Rockies and from the southern Plateau eastward to the northern and central Plains region. H will be cooler from the Great Lakes eastward through the Ohio and Tennessee Valleys to the n o r t h and middle Atlantic Coasts. The northern and central Plains and the southern Pacific area are expected to have w a r m e r weather. WEATHER Fortcaat for Tucson and vlolnily: Htfhrit temp, ynUrdny It Hl*h«it t«mp. Hlfh record la Low temp. y*t Low temp. Low itcord for Mean temp, yt flit. Urd lltt . M .11X1 . M . H , M . IS JURI A Y o u t h PAIGNTON, EnRland-UPl-Thc judge looked amazed when he fined James Robinson for careless driving and the motorist said he was 21 years old. Turned out he was 8-1. Fraternal Dead Heat SAN MATEO. Calif. -- UPI -Brothers Efrain and Erasmo Gafz.a rode two quarter horse* sired by the same stallion at Bay Meadows--and finished in a dead heat for first place. Prer. tr. Mean temp, yt Normal temp, thla dal» 11 Humidity n.Jo p.m. y«Urd«y » »:» a.m. today It Sunr1a«--8:17 Sunaal--l.U Data far 24 h a u r t a n f l i n e at 5:10 a.m. (Tutsan tlmi;. SUUon M a x . AlbuquercUn 0* AtlanU M B l l l l n l a M Boll* M Boaton «» Buffalo 1.1 Calgary « C*%P*r. Wye. 19 Charlotte . alf Chlcafo i *l Cincinnati . . . . . . . . . . . . *** Clfvtland ao Drnvtr M D*a Moinaa It Detroit 11 Doufla« ftf El Paao «4 Flrbanka II rimarrUff «· Tt. Worth 100 Grand Canyon 1» Honolulu «» Indlanapollft *-l Kanaaa City « Lai Vf««« »» Litu* nock lxa Aniilta Mtrnphl* . . . Miami Beach, Fla. 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