Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 38
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 38

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
Page 38
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PAGE 38 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDA^AYJTJ^a i Casey On Politics? Five-Man Supervisors * ' · ' v " ' Board Appears Certain By Dick Casey, Citizen Political Writer One of the certainties of the next regular sessior of-the Arizona Legislature is the passage of legislation increasing . the size of; county Loa-ds of supervisors' from three to five members. A bill sponsored by State Sen. William C. Jacquin, R-Pima came withir- an eyelash of passing during the hectic last' days of the last'.egislature. The bill had passed the Senate and''had been cleared by the House majority caucus for floor debate when time ran out. It would have been brought to the floor on ie final day of the session but the Democratic minority would not suspend the rules. This meant it would have sor to the late State Sen. i good taken another day in session for tiie bill's passage. Democrats have been fighting this legislation for the past few years, fearing that the control they now enjoy on most boards of supervisors would be threatened should the board membership be increased to five. Opposition, however, has slowly been crumbling. · One of the few Democrats · who has been supporting such legislation is State Rep. E. S. (Bud) Walker of Ajo, who says he would like to run for the IPima County Board of Supervisors. ' A long-tune friend of present ·board Chairman Thomas Jay, also a Democrat, Walker says he would not run against Jay in any election. Now that Jay, an Ajo businessman has moved his permanent resident to Tucson, Walker -- along with other Ajo residents _ and fearful the mining · community will be without adequate representation in the future, "My concern is that someone should be on the board who lives in Ajo," said Walker the other day. If the five-man board bill becomes law, it will mean the present supervisor districts will have to be changed to include two new districts. Undoubtedly, any cnanges in district lines will be done with, consideration for incumbents Jay, Democrat Pete Rubi and Republican Dennis Weaver. Since Jay now lives in Tucson he undoubtedly will have to run in a new district in the 1968 election -- if he decides-to seek re-election. He has served on the board since 1951 and says he has not made a decision regarding the next election. There is talk that Weaver may not seek re-election but in any case he is expected to have opposition from within his own party. One Republican who has indicated interest in running for the board is Republican State Rep. Scott Alexander. "I'm definitely thinking about It," he says. Some of the discontent with Weaver within the party came to a head the past few days over the selection of a succes- Thomas Beaham. Weaver was reluctant to go along with any of the four persons listed by the Pima County Republican Central Committee and as speculation over who would be appointed snowballed, so did pressure and unhappiness for Weaver within the party. ' There was outright anger on the part of some GOP legislators who felt Weaver was playing games with the appointment. True or not, this was the feeling. 0 0 0 The appointment of Ken Cardella this week to 'Beaham's State Senate post caught more than a few people by surprise. Cardella obviously was a compromise selection and generally speaking, his appoint- ment is conceded to be a one. . . , The party had attempted to persuade Cardella to run for the House of Representatives in the last election but didn't succeed. When it appeared doubtful the supervisors would select a man from the list of four names submitted by the central committee, influential party members then took a close look and placed the support ultimately behind the former Uni versity of Arizona halfback. This was done quietly and when Cardella emerged on top some people compared his vie tory to some of his exploits on the gridiron. It was sort of a quick open er for a touchdown. ANDY CAPP ,.-1, FLQ, 1 KMOW IT *XJNC*S A BITSLOWV - BUT 'OW ABOUT US SPENWN 1 THE AFTERNOON AT THE PLACE WE WENT TO ON OUR, T OONT THINK SQ, PET-l'M NOT MUCH IN THE MOOb TOR, WATCHIN' WHEN NER 7*Y T l BE Guerrillas Bounty GIs In Thailand BANGKOK (UPI) - Communist guerrillas in Thailand have put a $500 price on the heads of American troops in this country, according to a captured document shown United Press International today. The document was signed by a group calling itself "Thais Who Love Their Nation." 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