Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 15
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 15

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 15
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MONDAY EVENING, JUNE A, T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE I! WORLD NEWS NATIONAL A THHEE ALARM FIRE caused «n estimated 1290,000 damage yesterday at Republic Studios, Studio Cky, CaMf. The b l a z e r a g e d through a half-Mock area containing mostly stored movie and TV sets before it was put out by 25 firefighters. DETROIT POLICE planned to t*ek a first degree murder warrant today against 74-year-old Mrs. Sarah Philips, who aaid she feed a pistol at her grandson, Kenneth Philips, 17, to toare him after he struck his sister, Nona, K A SUPREME PATRIARCH of tfte Armenian Church celebrated a Divine liturgy in the United States yesterday for th* first time, when ntor* than 4,MM worshipers ·f Armenian descent attended in (he Catiierdal of St. John the Divine. The service was celebrated by Vaskin I,-*upreme patriarch- Catholicos of all 'Armenians. The Armenian. Church is an eastern ejnirch with 52 parishes and 122,100 members in the United States. ' ROBERT MANN, 13, Mahwah, M.J., *ot and killed his 83-year- ·M great, great-grandmother, Mrs. Mrs. Mabel De Groat, because ·fee scolded him for firing Wi tide in a public park. FOREIGN AN EXPLODING .hand grenade that ripped into 43 persons, 30 of them children, at a wedding party cast a paM of fear over the bustling port city of Oran, Algeria. Two suspects were under arrest, but police Mid the incident might signal the start ef a new Moslem rebel terrorist campaign. THftEE-TIMK President Joea M. Viiasoi ftarra af Ecuador efcuimd victory early today IB hit luwMi race for ine pt«ssd*n.cy an she ttrengm of return* giving him · ]e*d el aearly 1 to } ewer Ms Mare*t opponent, U. J.-edwattd iM-Preshfent Gate Plan. ANrrMBMtTIC stogm and 0WfMCVEftftJ WW^V iHHKMKl ttl J**B paint at Loadoa yeaterday M MM Marx. Andrew ftothetaia, ehair- BMB ef *» sraatoea o( Marx's grave, said MM entv JJiMng** sMe wards to ·ssJHsfc wrre, 1 a«ous«d Nati VMS murderer Adolf Htohmaaa, aaw aetag aau hi hnel. Moat af «M words en ·w ssaauaisnt were to Oarmaa , hwrad from ptrHNM WL JWT STATE A M4NCH MfWettag totaaoapa has formally bean turned over to LowftH Observatory at Flagstaf through Roger L. Putman « Boston, trustee tor Lowell, by Ban O. Morgan af Odessa, Tex., a patron o( the science*. STATE ENTOwsOLOGlST W. T Mendenhall said today he is draft ing a proposal calling for grotinc spraying, not aerial, of 'cotton f elds near dairy farms or dairy feed crops. He said the Unite* Dairymen of Arizona told him the federal government wiH aot toter ate DDT in milk. Cotton fields will be sprayed with DDT in an effort to, halt tha pink bollworm AT LTTCHFIELD PARK, mem hers of the International ASM. o Machinists at Goodyear Aircraf Corp. voted today to strike if anc when accessary to get contract demands. Tha w*ion has been negotiating for over two month for a eontract ashing 7 par cen Increase in COM items this yea and the same next year, includiA wages, vacation and sick ]«av pay, hours and overtime provisions. A M-YEAR4LD Oik River In 4ian, Victor Enoa, was lotted yes- torday by 4he O o l d a a Stato Limited, fast Southern Pacific train, a quarter mile north of the DEATHS WILLIAM S. fMLL) JACK, 71, Rancho Santa Fe, Gaaif., former Oevelaad industrialist who dur- Mg WorW War II · pioneered in waay labor productiOH encourage-' tnenta, died Saturday. As head of f«e Jack * Heinte Co., Jack en-1 aouragad coffee breaks, free ·Mais and medical ear* to en- aomaga pVoducticn. MARGARET LINDSAY WILLIAMS, painter of Britain's royal | family for two generations whose! works have been hung m many gsHartea ia this oMmtiy aMi abraad, 4fed Saturday sit Lsattoa. She was ia her 71s. LEWK ·. CASTLE, H, Mas- 9tffW, W. 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