Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on March 30, 1968 · Page 38
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, March 30, 1968
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vliUULDGG H The Arizona Republic -Phoenix, Sat., Mafch 3ft, Carson Runs Judge • Hoy R. Carson, 42, forme ally magistrate, announced yes tejrday that he will run for a Sit a r i c o p a County Superio: £ourt judgeship in the Sept. ii p'rimary election. i ; Carson, of 3129 N. Fourth Ave., a Republican, said he has riot yet decided which one o the court's 21 division posts he will seek. Candidates for judge flm on a partisan basis in the primary and on a non-partisan basis in the general election Which will be Nov. 5. A native Phoenician, Carson has been a practicing trial at torney for more than 17 years He is a graduate of the University of Arizona law school anc of Phoenix Union High Schoo and Phoenix College. -Carson served as a city magistrate in 1961 and 1962. He is a veteran of World War II, a member of the state and county bar associations, and an arbitrator in the American Arbitration Association. IA member of the Methodist Church, he is married and the father of three children. He is past president of the Parents' Workshop for the Deaf, past president of the South Phoenix Jaycees, and a member of the Downtown Phoenix Rotary Club and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. More About Navy Talk Continued From Page 21 "WITHIN three hours of th incident," he explained, "we bad started to move the Enter prise, with the nuclear-powere frigate Truxtun and some con ventionally powered escorts, in to the Sea of Japan. "Shortly thereafter the car riers Ranger and Yorktown had joined the guided missile cruis ers Providence, Chicago and anberra with assorted escor ships on the scene, ready tc ake whatever action might be decided to be necessary. "If the decision had been made to move, the fleet wa; ready to move, and at no sig nificant detriment to our ability o maintain our commitment to South Vietnam operations." BAIRD TOLD the two groups hat the Navy is studying 'easibility study of a program o conduct annual summer raining exercises for the Navy Seabee Reserve somewhere on he Navajo Indian Reservation n Arizona. If approved, the plan, called 'Project Navajo," will begin or 7,000 Seabee reserves in 970. The proposed projects include and leveling, improvement of !irt roads, well drilling, build- ng bridges and general utility ivork on the reservation. The ecision on the project is ex- ected shortly after the feasi- ility study is completed next month, Baird said. More Plaudits :For 'Seasons' "LONDON CAP)-"A man for A'll Seasons" and its star, Paul Scofield, took top honors in the British Film Academy Awards, announced Thursday night. film, which collected seven awards, was judged the best movie from any source and the best British film. Scofield was rated best British actor. The film also won the best screen play award for Robert Bolt, the B'est art direction, costume and the best color camera work. ^American actor Rod Steiger won the best foreign actor award for his role as the sheriff in "In the Heat of the Night." /France's Anouk Aimee was named best foreign actress for her role in "A Man and a Vyoman." Dame "Edith Evans tqok the best British actress avterd for her part in "The Whisperers." Electoral Reforms Expected in Kenya NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) Presidential elections in Kenya would be decided by popular vote rather than by balloting in Parliament under constitutional amendments proposed by Atty. Gen. Charles Vjonjo in the National Assembly. Electoral reforms are expected to become law before :he next general election, now rescheduled for 1970. SUPERCOOLING 4 I SNO-FLOF i COOLER PADS & EXCELSIOR 4 PIXies By Wohl <>Atk. UOHL. «19«l by Unll.J rial Syndicate, Int. New Post Office Service to Start box and window open Monday at Post office services will the new main post office, 1441 E. Buckeye Road, but general delivery will remain indefinitely at the downtown station, 522 N. Central. The southeast station, 1725 E. Mohave, will close Monday, with all its services being transferred to the new office. Other >ostal administrative offices and mail operations will be moved to the new office during he next three weeks. BANK TAKES SRP BILLS Beginning Monday, Salt River reject customers will be able p pay their electric bills at any Irst National Bank branch in tie state, said Victor I. Corbell, RP president. j British Labor Party Under Fire New York Times Service LONDON - The leader of the opposition, Edward Heath, yesterday called on the Labor government to resign after the overwhelming Labor defeats in four by- elections. "Last night's results," Heath said, "are a repudiation of a government unprecedented in British history. Never before has the voice of the people been so insistent in its demand and so urgent in its message." Last night Labor leader Harold Wilson replied, making clear that he and his colleagues will not voluntarily give up the reins of government. "We are not going to lose our nerve. We have decided what has got to be done and we are going to do it with your help, backing and understanding," Wilson told a Labor party meeting in his Huy- ten Lancashire constituency. Wilson said that whatever criticism one might have, "The government has never been afraid to tell the country the truth. The government had never been afraid to say what had got to be done whether it was popular or unpopular." Under law, the Wilson government can put off an election until March 1971, unless overthrown by a parliamen- tary uprising before then. Even after Thursday's defeats Labor has what should be a comfortable majority of 74 seats in the House of Commons. 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