Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 5, 1973 · Page 18
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 18

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, February 5, 1973
Page 18
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PAGE 18 T U C S O N . DAILt C I T I Z E N MONDAY, FEBRUARY I; Family topics Girls Chib opens Wetmore branch The Girls Club of ..Tucson has announced the opening of a new branch at 831 W. Wet- .more Koad. Activities mU begin there today. The Wetmore branch, supported in part by the club thrift shop, Is open for membership. Yearly dues are 50 cents for students and f! for adults. · · : . Parents of students at Mansfeld Junior High School, 1300 '·£.. 6th St., are invited to an open house Thursday from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Parents may attend classes and have lunch at the school at a cost of 55 cents. ' · . " · ' . , · ·"'" ' : '··: Catalina, Rincon and Palo Verde high schools are open for youth recreation programs each Wednesday, from 7 to 9 p.m. The program, held in the boys' gyms at each school, In- quency Prevention Council, the ness Club is open' to all worn- eludes volleyball, basketball, Tucson Youth Board and Dis- en. For more information con- trict No. 1. cernirig enrollment persons · should contact the adult office Membership to the YWCA's "at.the.central branch, 302 K Third World Cultural Aware- University Blvd. table tennis and weight lifting. Sponsors are the City of Tucson Recreation Department, the Youth and Delin- Q$$$» SAVE WITH THIS COUPOHKm ANY CARPET CLEANED ROOM AND j ONLY HALL Regardless of Sin 19 ANY CARPET CLEANED DYED LIVING ROOM AND HALL _.,,$ Regardless of size ONLY CALL NOW FOR OQC 77A7 APPOINTMENT 49D"I IT/ EVE. PEIMA-COLOR, INC. 5982 I. 24th St. Epir*» 2-10-73 IU.IIJI --UPI T*lwhoto Goodwill gown Mrs. Elizabeth Bisson of Seattle has become a model at age 99. She wore this 19th century bustled gown in a recent style show of old-fashioned clothing obtained from Goodwill Industries. Shampoo Styled Haircut Included COUNTESS Beauty Salon. [S522 E. 22nd'St. -- 885-7344J No Appointmtnls Neceijary County Fair Shopping Cenlcr EN 6 DAYS A The Family Lawyer While preparing for a hunt-- ing trip, Hodges left his loaded rifle propped against the wall In the living room. His 11- year-old son carried the gun outside, showed it to a friend, and accidentally fired a bullet into the other boy's leg. In short order, Hodges found himself facing a sizeable damage suit. At the trial, he protested that he had never given his son permission to handle the rifle. But the court held him liable anyhow. The court said he was guilty of negligence for leaving a dangerous weapon so easily accessible to a youngster. Today, more than half of the nation's households have guns. Consequently, the chances of parental liability are at an all- time high. The law lays a heavy responsibility on adults to keep firearms out of immature hands. In fact, many courts have been just as strict about BB guns, partly because they too can inflict injury and partly because they may be restricted toy a local ordinance. However, the less the danger the less the responsibility. On this ground, an injury caused by a child's toy bow and arrow was held not attributable to his parents. And in another case, parents were held not liable for their son's carelessness with a sling shot -- a common plaything in the neighborhood. Of course, almost any object can be used in a dangerous w?.y if a child is so inclined. For example: An 11-year-old boy picked up an old golf club which his father had left lying on the grass in their back yard. The boy swung at a pebble, but instead struck a playmate in the jaw. Clearly, Hie club had been turned into a dangerous weapon on this particular occasion. But a court ruled that the father could not be blamed, since a golf club would not ordinarily fit that rule. 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