Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1967 · Page 14
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 14

Phoenix, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 4, 1967
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8 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Tues., April 4, 1987 'Navy War College Head Talks Today Southern Arizona Bureau TUCSON — Vice Adm. John T. Hayward, president of the Navy War College in Rhode Island, will speak at the University of Arizona today. The much-decorated pilot will discuss "national strategy" at a public meeting in the UofA auditorium. Hayward won an appointment to Annapolis as an enlisted man. He was gradauated in 1930. He was a member of the academy's intercollegiate championship water polo teams for three years and an ail-American in 1930. EMERSON CHAPIN Far East His Subject N.Y. Times Aide to Give Five Lectures FLAGSTAFF—Emerson Chapin, assistant to the foreign editor of the New York Times, will be on the campus of Northern Arizona University tomorrow through Friday to give five lectures on Japan and the Far East. Chapin will discuss also "The Right to Know" as it relates to problems American newsmen face while covering foreign lands to NAU Journalism students at 2 p.m. Thursday. The series, sponsored by the NAU Honors Council, the Associated Students and the departments of social science and journalism, will open at 8 p.m. tomorrow with a talk on "Japanese Politics: Party or Faction?" All of Chapin's lectures will be in the Liberal Arts Building's Little Theater with the exception of his final speech at p.m. Friday, which will be in Liberal Arts Room 218. The next year his prowess as a swimmer enabled him to save a swimming party at Tela, Honduras, and win a special Treasury Department medal. A VETERAN of more than 13,000 hours of flying, Hayward won the Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross (four times) end the Air Medal (five times) for outstanding service in the Pacific in World War II. Hayward participated in the design and development of all ordnance components for the original atomic weapons. As a member of the Manhattan Project, he won a special commendation for a study of atomic weapons' effect on Hiroshima and Nagasaki. He organized the initial Navy heavy attack squadron and became the first naval aviator to land heavy attack aircraft on a carrier. Hayward commanded the antisubmarine force in the Pacific prior to heading the Navy War College in February 1966. His son, John T. Hayward Jr., is a student at the UofA. RtpuMc Photo by Dorila Marling YOUNG MODELS — The first Fashion Show sponsored by the Beta Phi Epsilon chapter of Winslow on Friday featured creations for children. Sixty models participated. ,980 Aids UofA Fever Study Southern Arizona Bureau TUCSON - Recent grants totaling $104,194 have been received by the University of Arizona for the support of a variety of research projects in the college of agriculture. A $39,980 grant continuation from the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare will support study of valley fever in animals by Dr. James J. Sheldon, associate professor of animal pathology. A $30,000 agreement from the U.S. Depart- metn of Agriculture will be used for the entomology study on cotton insect distribution by Dr. Robert O. Kuehl of the agricultural experiment station. Other grants are $13,714 for work with gos- sypium, $10,000 for study of asphalt barrier in crop'production, $6,000 for a mesquite study, $2,000 for hybrid barley research, $1,500 for Avra Valley water well research, and $1,000 for study of experimental fungicides. Hands Across the Border Sedona Helps San Luis With First Aid Supplies SEDONA-In an effort to xtend goodwill across the Mexican border, the Soropti- mist Club of Sedona has presented the city of San Luis, Sonora, a gift of medical supplies which are to he used for first aid by the schools. As part of the International Goodwill and Understanding Program, sponsored by the Soroptimist Federation, the Sedona Club was assigned to the San Luis Soroptimistas. San Luis is 25 miles south of Yuma THREE representatives from the Sedona club drove to San Luis in an attempt to locate the club's headquarters after efforts to reach them by mail proved unsuccessful. When the representatives finally located their sister group, they discovered them deeply in debt because of ,the Soroptimistas' successful effort to save the life of a mother of three last year. After the representatives re- turned to Sedona, the local club voted unanimously to help the Mexican group. WITH THE assistance of Jim Wells Jr., a Sedona pharmacist, the Soroptimists purchased first aid supplies at cost and forwarded them to the San Luis Soroptimisls. "It's our club's hope and belief that this service will help to constitute a (rue friendship link between our two clubs, and, in a small way, between our two countries," said Mrs. Helen Bladon, chairman of the Sedona club's IGU committee. New Welfare Chief NOGALES — Ricardo M. Lu cero assumed the position o: director of the Santa Cruz Wei fare Department April 1. Lu cero succeeds the retiring E. S Edmonson. $1.9 Million to Navajo Home Improvement WASHINGTON (AP) — The Office of Economic Opportunity has approved a $1.9 million grant to the Navajo Tribal Council to finance a home improvement training program for more than 1,000 members Last June the Navajos received a $2.1 million OEO grant to train 1,940 persons in home improvements. More than 1,000 homes have been repaired under the program. The latest project will employ 12 professional instructors to teach 1,050 Navajos the techniques and skilled needed to maintain their homes in good repair. Tucson Whiz Kids Win Math Contest TUCSON—A group of Tucson High School students have taken top team honors among high schools in Arizona, and New Mexico at the 18th annual high school mathematics contest sponsored by the Mathe- matical Association of America, the Society of Actuaries and Mu Alpha Theta. ' The winning team was composed of Lee H. McDonald, Wayne D. Powell and Mark K. Leavitt. Asian Youth rr\ -|-| jp lo reriorm DOUGLAS—A brilliant youn L Korean pianist, Tong Li Har will perform at the Cochise Co' lege gymnasium at 8 p.m. Satur day to conclude the college' Public Events Series. Han has studied in the Unite States through the support American servicemen in Korea Tickets for the concert are o sale at chamber of commerc offices throughout Cochise Coun ty, and at the Modern Dru Store, Sierra Vista; the Mus Box, Bisbee; and Frank Fair Sport Shop and the Hotel Gad den, Douglas. Judge Weighs New Site ior Murder Trial PRESCOTT (AP) — Yavapai ounty Superior Court Judge ack L. Ogg took under advise- nent yesterday a plea by the ounty attorney that C. Lee last's third murder trial be .eld outside Prescott. County attorney Eino Jacob- on said in his motion an irn- •artial trial is impossible in 'rescott because of the pub- icity the case has received. Judge Ogg said he would rule on the matter today or tomor- 'OW. Mast, 41, is charged with murdering his wife Nov. 19, 1965, and then rigging an auto accident to cover the alleged crime. His first trial last year and his second in March both ended with hung juries. He is scheduled for retrial May 2. Mast is charged with murdering his wife, Elizabeth, 41, to obtain about $193,000 in insurance. Medium Strong Quake Hits Italy REGGIO Emilia, Italy (AP— A medium strong earthquake rumbled last night through three north central Italian cities and caused panic. There were no reported casualties or damage from the undulating tremor. Around Arizona Chamber to Install New Officers During Dinner WILLIAMS—Newly elected officers of the Williams-Grand Canyon Chamber of Commerce will be installed at the annual chamber dinner Thursday at the Elks Lodge. New president is Dr. Martin C, Flohr, who will take office with Rep. Sam McConnell, vice president; Frank Wolfe, treasurer, and Frank Diumenti, Larry Ely, Stan Albright, directors. Albright is from Grand Can-i yon. Holdover directors are E.j SAFFORD—A native of Grail. Weigel of Williams and Rob-! nam County and a 25-year mem- ert Frothier of Grand Canyon. • <•'<-- n..rr__j ur >„ Speakers will be Dr. Rexer ber of the Safford" Woman's Club Mrs. Christeen Parish, OUCdACis mil uc ui. iicAti >-iuu, i»iio. Berndt, vice president, Northern'has been elected the club s new Arizona University, and Jim president. Other officers are Mrs. Ruel Russell, president of the Turquoise Triangle Association and president of the Sedona-Oak Creek Chamber of Commerce. * * * PIMA—A 33-year-old grocery store operator, Larry Morris, has been elected president of the Pima Chamber of Commerce. Morris succeeds Bulan J. Weech, who had served as president for four years. Weech will continue to serve on the board of directors. Morris, a charter member ol the Pima CofC, has served as both secretary and vice president of the organization. Other officers are Reece Jarvis, vice president, and Jerry TayloJ. secretary-treasurer. Fick, vice president; Mrs. Glen! Dowdle, secretary, and Mrs. Os-1 good Rawson, treasurer. ¥ V * NOGALES—Mrs. Helen Best; is the newly elected president of the Zonta Club of Nogales, sue-; ceeding Mrs. Dorothy Masters.' 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