Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 7, 1963 · Page 20
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 20

Phoenix, Arizona
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Tuesday, May 7, 1963
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Child Hater Shoots 5 at Playground PATE8SON, N.J. (AP) ~ A house painter opened fire with a rifle on a playground full of chil dren last evening, wtMdiftg five police said. Police said the assailant shouted across the street before the shoot ing: "1 hate kids! t hate them all!" Police arrested Ralph Best, S3, a house painter who lived across the street from the playground of Elementary School 14. Four of the five children hi were released after treatment for rrtinof wounds at Pater soft deuera Hospital- tttfifth, BeftaldGttttie 14, War ftdrffited frith a billet Wbundihlfiaieft &l$'thlch frac* tufedaborie. ' Se* did the shooting from a wiftdtfw of his second'floor apart- rnent!, police said/ tte opened fire wfth a k22 caliber; rifle on SO children^ itiostly boys, who were play- iftg,;st Jibout ? p.m. ttierttispect was captured without a Struggle, police said. Arresting officers found 14 expended shelts'te the apartment. They also found aicamera on a tripod set up at the [window and focused on the steps of the playground. Extradition Bid Refused Gov. ,'Paul Fannin yesterday sided with a Scottsdale truck driver who pleaded mistaken identity in 1 defense against an Okla homa robbery charge. The governor rejected an e» tradition request filed by the State of Oklahoma for Paul Edward Froehlich, 29, 'of Scottsdale. Oklahoma authorities stated that wibesses to the robbery on Nov. 12, 1962, of an Oklahoma City supermarket had identified a photograph of Froehlich. In a pre-extradition hearing at the Capitol March 19, Proehlich's attorneys presented testimony indicating that Froehlich was in Arizona 1 - when the robbery occurred.^ Froehlich was arrested after he lost a (construction job here and applied for work with the Phoenix police department. «e said he. spent $1,500 plus time in two Arizona jails during his efforts to prove his innocence. ^ ft 4i ' ' f v , AP Wirephoto ROMANCE AT GAMES-Cy~clist Michael Hiltner of Pacific Palisades, Calif,,£nd his fiancee, Neida Narchena of Brazil, hold hands at Pan-American games at Sao Paulo, Brazil. Romance developed during the competition. Telstar Waits Launchin CAPE CANAVERAL (UPI)-A nine-story space rocket yesterday was poised for & planned U.S. attempt to launch a second Tel star radio-television communications satellite into orbit around the earth today. The 175 - pound rnormlet was scheduled to ride into the sky sometime during a two-hour period starting at 7:38 a.m. (EOT) today aboard a Delta rocket seek! n l_ i J!- 17th ... stfaight s " cces s- I scenic wnnden Telstar IF hopefully will fe-es- tablish the live television link between North Ametfca fnd Eu rope that its pfedscessof, Telstar I, pioneer&d in splSctfculaf fashion last July 10. The new moonlet also may bring Japan into the network for the first time early in ir»fi4. Telstar f thrilled Europeans with live television broadcasts of^ American baseball games and o in ils turn, saw the Paris Folies PITY »-*J ! i Tne Afliof,* RepuMfc If Phoenix, fueft., May 7, 19«.1 O same as Telstar I, a ball of elec- Bergiere on home screens for thetronic equipment to pick up slg- Mis from one them ground *«<* sfatlofi, flfst time. Th6 American Telephone Telegraph Co. is spending S3 mil-| tncm to anolner station thousands lion on each of the Telstar shots > of milpa aw *y- to demonstrate a system It claims; Telstar II, however, has some could open the way to a global jadditional radiation-measuring dei. ......__ _-. t . radio and television network via' orbiting satellites wjthin years. ^ Telstar If is essentially v j ces anc ] 0 ( ner m \ nnr changes ^"ithat make it 'pounds more the! model. weigh about five. than the earlier Glasses • Contact Lens For the family At Sensible Prices Credit Terms EyesiExaminod Glasses Fitted Broken Glasses Duplicated Smart Modern Frames Prescriptions Filled Dr. C. G. Clare Optometrist Open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday 'til 9:15 p.m. for your convenience. at Sears (Independently Operated) 1949 East Camelback Road Phoenix, Phone 279-3251 ONLY AT SOUTHWEST SAVINGS ;• Currentrateperannum QUARTERLY DIVIDENDS DEPOSIT BY THE 15th FRpM THE 1st ^ :%$ U4 y«. OF voyn Xrf ^' JAVlNGf \^ NSURED Moments like this are made for Olympia Take a warm, welcoming atmosphere. Add a friend or two. Then top it off with cool glasses of Olympia Peer for good fellowship. That light, refreshing Olympia flavor always adds so much to the enjoyment whenever good friends get together for good times. Why not drop in for an Olympia today? Remember, the welcome mat is always out at your favorite tavern. One ingredient; i» priceless: •*/# tin Water" . MAY IS NATIONAL TAVERN MONTH _ OPEN YOUR ACCOUNT NOW thwest avmgs 5133 N.CENIRAl . 4238 E.THOMAS RD. 4(39 N.SCOTTSDAll BO. . 32 N. FUST AVE. W< ttieeys welcome at the Company, «. Wasititt&OH, -8 .00 to 4 so every day *0l y «* „,

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