MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 41 Nogales Road Auto Wrecks Injure Five Five persons were injured, one critically, in two weekend auto crashes on the Nogales Highway. Both accidents, involving one car, were in Santa Cruz County. Critically injured at 2 p.m. yesterday when his auto overturned Â·.bout 28 miles north of Nogales was Jimmy Kane, 20, of Tumaca- eori. Kane was taken to St. Joseph's j Hospital, Nogales. He suffered brain injuries, a possible fractured skull, lacerations and abrasions. A passenger in the car, Ramon M. Rodriguez, 14, also of Tumacacori, suffered a fractured skull, dislocated right shoulder and lacerations and abrasions. Highway Patrolman L a r r y Vance said Kane's auto went off the road and overturned twice. Three persons were injured in the second crash, at* 1:30 a.m. today, about 23 miles north of Nogales. The injured, all passengers, were identified by the Highway Patrrf as William E. Tatum, 37,' of 3344 E. Monte Vista St.; his ..Wife, Maxine M., 40, and Wanda Curtis, 34, of Rt. 2, Box 685. Tatum was released after treatment at Pima County Hospital for a leg laceration. His wife, who suffered an injury to her left eye and a. broken nose, was admitted Â·t Tucson Medical Center. Mrs. Cuftis suffered a 'chin laceration and was released after treatment at the County Hospital. Th2 patrol said the driver, Donald Ray Gillmore, 21, of Rt. 2, Box 111, reported the car went off the road.when he was blinded by oncoming traffic. The auto apparently did not overturn. Actors Union Sued Eor 1.5 Million. NEW YORK -- W --Ralph Bellamy, president of Actors Equity Assn., was served today with i summons in a $2.5 million suit brought by the League of New York Theaters against the performers union for damages suffered in the shutdown of Broadway theaters. The summons formalized a suit which the producers organization had been threatening to fiJe for several days. The suit is answerable in 20 days in state supreme court. Â· Bellamy, who arrived from Hollywood yesterday, was dressed as the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt when he received the tummons. He was posing for still pictures it the Roosevelt house, one of 'the locations for the movie "Sunrise at Campobello," in which he stars. Bellamy expressed hope yesterday the blackout of 22 legitimate theaters would end soon, with a Victory for Actors Equity. "It doesn't make sense to close Â·hows that are drawing 50 and fiO thousand dollars a week," he said. There was rising optimism on both sides of the dispute as tempers cooled over the weekend, and some possibility that a solution might be reached by the end of this week. WHOLE -vtooV FRESH, HOT ^BARBECUED CHICKEN Ready to Take Home and Serve FRUIT COCKTAIL F fir p BRAND. FANCY FRUITS. 16o*.CANS.i South Africa Students Hurl Stink Bombs JOHANNESBURG, South Africa-- Iffi-- Students of rival political groups clashed on the campus of Witwatersrand University today In a series of fierce fist fights. Trouble broke out when about J50 white and nonwhite students Â·ssembled at the steps of the university's main hall to sit in Â·ilent demonstration against government detention without trial Â·f political prisoners. A large crowd of students formed up opposite and began jeering the demonstrators, then hurled pepper bags, stink bombs, rolls of toilet paper and tomatoes tt them. They followed this up with an attempt to march through the Â·eated demonstrators and fights broke out. The demonstrators called the other students ""oaf- barians." The rival group responded with yells of "communists." 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