Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1967 · Page 21
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 21

Phoenix, Arizona
Issue Date:
Tuesday, April 4, 1967
Page 21
Start Free Trial

Page 21 article text (OCR)

14 Th« Arizona Republic Phoenix, Tucs., April 4, mi \ SOFT-SELL SAM tiy Marvin Myers Snow in Them Thar Hills Skiing Supervisors Finds lt-*on Highest Peaks (Picture, Page 1) There's snow in the highest ofi snow jArizona's high country, but not imuch, said a government .standpoints, including the com-1 Meadows, tells me it's the mild- 'paratively small amount of jest and driest winter in 50 years 'in that area. And he should spokesman yesterday on his return from an annual excursion on skis to the loftiest peaks in the White Mountains. "From the nearest road," said I Richard W. Enz, snow survey (supervisor for the U. S. Soil i Conservation Service, "it took |two days to travel 18 miles to I the tops of Ml. Baldy and Mt. jOrd." 'Sam, under our bonus-profit-sharing plan, you owe the company $395.20!" Another Arrest Made In JFK Plot Case From AP and UPI DALLAS—Police here arrested Sergio Arcacha Smith, self- identified former anti-Castro Cuban leader, yesterday on a warrant issued by New Orleans Dist. Atty. Jim Garrison. Arcacha was released on bond of $1,500 after he was arraigned before Justice of the Peace Charlie Davis. The bond was posted by his attorney, Frank Hernandez, Sheriff Bill Decker said. The arrest warrant accused Arcacha of conspiring with the late David Ferrie and Gordon Novel, now jailed in Columbus, Ohio, to commit burglary. GARRISON says that Ferrie conspired with Lee Harvey Oswald and others in the assassination in Dallas of President John F. Kennedy. The Warren Commission said evidence indicated Oswald alone assassinated the President. BOTH PEAKS, 20 miles north source of water for of Maverick in Apache County, are about 11,000 feet above sea level. "The trip, which nobody but a snow supervisor would make at this time of the year," said Enz, "was unusual from several "On Baldy, there's about 50 inches of snow. This is less than half the amount of a year ago and two years ago. "LARGE SECTIONS of the mountain were blown clear of snow. This made it awkward, because I'd have to take off my skis to get across the area." From his observations in the White Mountains, a know," said Enz. JOSH, A 75-year-old rancher, keeps track of the snowfall along the Coronado Trail, also! in the White Mountains. major. the Salt River, Em predicted that the runoff into the river will be 87 per cent below the 15-year normal this spring. j "A veteran snow supervisor,! Norman Josh, at Hannagan; FACTORY AUTHORIZBD PEN REPAIR STATION Prompt Mail Service Complete Line of DESK SETS Costumt Jewelry — Novelty Glfti Nama imprinted FREE on Pens at THE PEN SHOP 3440 N. Central 264-7744 TIN EAR? Great-Nobody Ever Plays the Baldwin With His Ears Anyhow! You don't need an ear for music to play th« Baldwin Orga-sonic. Just the plain old ordinary variety will do. It also helps to hav* a couple of hands, a couple of feet, and a "love of music". Come in today, you'll surprise yourself at how easy it is to learn to play with today's new teaching method. OR BALDWIN 6% FINANCING ASK ABOUT OUR ORGAN AND PIANO RENTAL PLAN! "The BALDWIN Store" (Roles Piano & Organ Company, Inc.! 4510 N. 16th STREET • 264-2562 MON. & THURS. EVES._ Meanwhile, in New Orleans, District Judge Edward A. Haggerty Jr.. banned all persons officially connected with the assassination conspiracy trial of Clay L. Shaw from talking about the case. Shaw, former managing director of the New Orleans International Trade Mart, is scheduled to be arraigned tomorrow on charges of conspiring to assassinate Kennedy in 1963. HAGGERTY said he was issuing the orders to assure Shaw of, a fair trial and to curb "the unchallenged chatter that hits the print and radio and television media between the time of arrest and the time of trial." Burglary and theft detectives arrested Arcacha at his Dallas home, took him to city jail and fingerprinted him and then; drove him to the county jail. Arcacha, who has admitted I knowing Ferric, insists he knows of "nothing pertinent I could tell the New Orleans people." FERRIE, a New Orleans pilot, was found dead Feb. 22 in his apartment in the Louisiana city. A coroner returned a verdict of natural death, but Garrison insists he died a suicide and was an important man in his assassination investigation. Arcacha has liv'ed in Dallas since 1963, the year Kennedy was slain. He is an export em- ploye in an air - conditioning manufacturing firm. Cafe Suffers ! Fire Damage Fire yesterday caused an estimated $100,000 damage to the Outpost Restaurant, 3400 N. 60th St., city fire department officials reported. Robert Ross, fire prevention chief, said firemen were summoned to the red brick structure at 2:03 a.m. It took 40 minutes, Ross said, to bring the blaze under control. The building and interior were destroyed. "The fire started in the rear of the building," Chief Ross said. "It was not in the kitchen or bar area. We are conducting an investigation in an attempt to determine the exact cause of the fire." FUNERAL INSURANCE GOOD AT ANY MORTUARY ANYWHERE! VALLEY LIFE INSURANCE Recommended by YOUR MORTUARY UNIVERSAL MEMORIAL CENTER Issued by Mall Age 0 to 80 MAIL THIS AD • NO OBLIGATION APPLICATION MAILED TO YOU. VALLEY LIFE INS. CO. 1140 E. WASHINGTON PHOENIX, ARIZONA 85034 NAME ADDRESS Date of birth Occupation City Zip Phone State Ctetc fifegance... from our extensive BULOVA COLLECTION. $59.95 $59.95 Bulova excellence is outstanding. A collection of smart, exclusive shapes . . . created by world-famous designers. Each has dress-watch elegance. More lasting beauty. More precious gold. Finer diamonds. Extra patient craftsmanship. Bulova is elegance at its fashionable best. See our extensive Bulova Collection of fine watches. cr-r. 132 N. CENTRAL. Downtown SWITZER'S in PARK CENTRAL when case, crown «nd crystal jri Intact. Today's Postcard (arriving often) from Stan Delaplane is a good reason for reading Page 6 in The Arizona Republic. NOW AT WESTERN SAVINGS... No other association in Arizona pays a higher rate Join the Western Savings Spring celebration of new, higher earnings . . . 5V^% a year on Certificate Accounts in amounts of $2,500 or more, with a minimum maturity of six months. This move to a higher rate on Certificate Accounts is another example of the strength, stability and safety that has characterized Western Savings since its opening in 1929. Open your Certificate Account at Arizona's largest before April 10th and earn from the 1st! 4 1 /2 ON PASSBOOK ACCOUNTS • DAILY EARNINGS • NO MINIMUM DEPOSIT WESTERN S AVI N G S AND LOAN ASSOCIATION A

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page