Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 5, 1973 · Page 4
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PAGR 4 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1973 Resolution OK'd Proposal to pair Helen Street upsets residents Helen Street should not become a major artery paired with Speedway, but. alternatives should be found to ease Speedway traffic congestion, say members of the Helen Street Neighborhood association. The group last night agreed on a resolution presented to Can there be a jinx on patrol? Local law enforcement agencies were left wondering if a jinx- was following them over the weekend after four patrol cars were involved in traffic crashes. The Arizona Highway Patrol reported one of its cars, driven by patrolman Michael Zell was struck Saturday night at East 22nd Street and South 3rd Avenue by a car driven by Roger D. Perkins of Davis- Monthan AFB. Perkins was listed in satisfactory condition at the D-M Hospital. He told officers his brakes failed and he was unable to stop for a red light. Tucson police said patrolman Robert Fund was northbound on 3rd Avenue in pursuit of another vehicle Saturday night when his car collided with one driven by Sarah I. Harman, 52, of 1231 N. Norris Ave. Fund and a passenger in the Harman car, Elinor Wilson, 38, of the Plaza International Hotel, were treated and released from the University Hospital. Finally, city police said County Sheriffs Deputy Ygnacio Ybarra was backing his patrol car next to one driven by city patrolman Raymond Harrel near a doughnut shop early yesterday. Ybarra's vehicle banged into the police car's front fender. No one was injured, both cars had minor damages. Phoenix lad strikes blow for men's lib PHOENIX (AP) - Men's Lib has entered a once woman-dominated contest Lee Boyle, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Boyle, has won his high school's 1973 Betty Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow award. Boyle, a senior, plans to enter the University of Arizona medical school in the fall. In searching for possible scholarship assistance, Boyle noticed the Betty Crocker contest contained a section on nutrition, an area important to doctors. He now enters the state competition with the winner to receive a §1,500 college scholarship. the City Council today opposing the pairing because it "would destroy the residential character of the street." The one-way pairing is listed as one of 27 street projects on tomorrow's ?54 million bond issue. Pairing would make Speedway one-way from Country Club to 6th Avenue, with Helen Street "paired" to run one- way in the opposite direction along the same parallel route. The resolution was adopted after discussions with City Councilmen Ruben Romero, Richard Kennedy, Michael Borozan and Emmett McLoughlin, and Public Works Director James Betts. Alternatives suggested by the group included widening Speedway or limiting access to it, improving the mass transit system or developing bantam freeways. Residents argued that pairing would depreciate property values, bring pressure for commercial development and create fteavy traffic hazardous to home owners and ; pedestrians along Helen Street. The one-way pairing is-listed as an alternative traffic solution in the 1972 Transportation .Development 'Plan,, said Betts, but he pointed out that the University District Plan concluded from its study that pairing would jeopardize the neighborhood. Five senators hold mixed views oil Vietnam aid -- CltUtn Photo by Lew Elliott Equestrian queen Barbara Glover, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R.L. Glover of 2731 Corona Road is queen of the 1973 Fiesta de los Vaqueros. The Sunnyside High School graduate, who is employed at Tucson International Airport, will reign at the Tucson Rodeo Feb. 22-25. She is a member of the Rodeo Club, and has been a 4-H club member nine years. PHOENIX (AP) - Five : U.S. senators have expressed mixed emotions on an anticipated request by the Nixon ' Administration for funds to aid in the reconstruction of North Vietnam. The senators, three Demo-, crats and two Republicans, participated in a charity tennis tournament to raise funds for the. expansion of a hospital iirSpottsdale. The senators said the request for the funds could come in any form, and probably will be presented to Congress as an integral part of the peace terms already agreed upon in Paris. The five said the terms of the accord reached in Paris contained the seeds of aid to North Vietnam even if it did not spell out specific programs. Sen. Peter Dominick, R- Colo., said he was adopting a "wait-and-see" attitude concerning the request. Dominick added that while he did not know the context o f - the request he assumed it'would be to make "the Vietnamese economically viable and free from divisive influences.''. The question of .aid hinges on what; commitments President Nixon has made above and beyond his pledge of multi-national aid throughout Indochina some time ago, said Sen. Charles Percy, R-U1. "The President pledged ?7.5 billion months ago for the reconstruction of all ,of TJI- dochina," said Percy, "and not all of it was to come from the United States. I understand that means from ail de- Located Across from Pioneer Hotel On Pennington 15 £. Pennington · Downtown · Ph. 623-6051 TUCSON'S FINEST INDIAN SHOP IS HAVING A . . . Sale! WHAT IS DEAD PAWN? An exceptionally fine selection of Indian hand made jewelry Indian* consider their silver and turquoise jewelry as we would our savings. When in need of money they pawn their jewelry ot a local Indian Trading Poit. If unredeemed for one year !h* jewelry becomes DEAD PAWN ond is put up for tale. This jewelry it an excellent investment, cherished in »h« realm of antique!.. 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