Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on July 11, 1968 · Page 47
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 47

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, July 11, 1968
Page 47
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CHARLES GARLAND State Treasurer Corporation Commission Candidate State Treasurer Charles H. Garland, 61, announced yesterday he will seek the Republican nomination for a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission. Garland, native of Des Plaines, 111., came to Arizona in 1944. He had served as alderman and mayor of Des Plaines from 1936 until he moved to Arizona. He was active in radio broadcasting and advertising as general manager and co- owner of KOLD-AM and TV in Tucson, and as founder, in 1955 of an advertising agency bearing his name. The agency was later purchased by his son, Robert. In 1940, Garland was named executive secretary of the Arizona State Fair Com- niission and resigned this position in 1966 to run for the office of state treasurer. He is the first Republican to hold this office since statehood. Under Arizona law, the treasurer cannot seek a second consecutive term. Because of legislation he obtained, Garland said, more than $2.5 million in bank interest will be earned this year on state deposits as compared to $984,181 in the last year of the previous administration. Garland is a Mason, Shriner, Kiwanian and American Legionnaire. He and his wife, Avis, live at 1448 E. Maryland. They have two sons and seven grandchildren. Spill Hate For Water Proposed Some Pine Valley Water Co. customers protesting company rates yesterday proposed that the Arizona Corporation Commission give them a choice between different rates for year - around and summer residents. The action by the Pine area residents was reported by Corporation Commissioner Dick Herbert, who said their proposal was taken .under commission consideration. He said they proposed a choice between paying $5 each month plus $2 for each 1,000 gallons of water used .-or $7 each month including 5,000 gallons with additional water at $1.50 per 1,000; Herbert reported the commission generally does not favor split rates but could authorize them if fairness to all concerned could be attained no other way. He asserted the company has not justified present rates. Herbert said the commission has tentatively set 10 a.m' Aug. 2 for hearing into Tucson Transit Corporation's application for commission permission to quit business. He said the delay is to give Tucson city officials time to weigh the advisability of keeping the bus company going with sub- sent 10 days before the meet' sidies. Official notice will be ing. Fraternity Thumbs Now at (swwratum r. A mmi a Republic IJ-fl LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — Joe Barboiif, a first-year student at McNeese State College, is a most unusual freshman and fraternity pledge. Described by his friends as dapper, suave and intelligent, McNAMARA IN EGYPT CAIRO (UP!) - Robert McNamara, president of the World Bank, arrived yesterday to talk with government leaders on financing Egyptian development projects. Informed sources said the former U.S. defense secretary might visit the embattled Suez Canal zone. Barbout doesn't fit the Hollywood image of a freshman, a bumbling, callow youngster. Barbour, at 73, is a candidate for the title of oldest fraternity pledge. His fraternity brothers in the Kappa Sigma social fraternity believe he is the oldest fraternity pledge in Lousiana and possibly in the nation. They already havn determined that he is the oldest pledge to seek membership in Kappa Sigma. A retired retail clothier, Barbour enrolled at McNeese last fall and recently pledged the fraternity. He said that attending college is "something I've wanted to do for many years." [•'rank Assunto, .23, is the fraternity's "big brother" for Barbout. 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Cochise Class Ends Archaeological Trip BISBEE — A four-week archaeological field session in the Mogollon Rim area has been completed by a class of 10 students from Cochise College. The session was directed by Prof. Richard D. Myers of the school and Prof. Dave Buge of Albuquerque. Ten students participated in the course, receiving three units for their efforts in excavating a prehistoric Indian site. During the next few weeks, Myers will study the artifacts collected. LatestU.S.Governmentreportshowed Montclair 43% lower in "tar" than the average of all other menthol cigarettes. © (Tne Urrrw iiaanu, 186 PROOF- BLENDED WHISKEY-65% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS ©1968 CALVERT D1ST. CO.. LOUISVILLE. KY. Culvert Extra, TheSoft Whiskey, steals softly down. But as it purrs, remember: it's 86 proof. *i QT. Plui Ttx JULY Now Thru Saturday, July 13th ALL STORES OPEN EVERY SUNDAY Big-buckled! or front-gore favorites Skip around in cotton sailcloth with non-skid white PVC soles. 5-1 0. A. 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All Wash- fast, too. • Sizes 3-6X •' \ Seamless mesh nylons with nude heel Sale pkg. of Reinforced top and ioe for longer wear. A nude heel lets you wear them with all the latest fashion footwear. In the most popular fashion shades. Sizes 8 1 2 1 1. Special Purchase! 22 Gal. Plastic Trash Can Rust resistant; cleans easily. Has snap-on lid. Lid not as shown. Grandview Plaxa 59th Ave. & Camelback West Plaza Center 35th Ave. & Palo Verde Verde 12th Uptown Plaza N. Central & Camelback Westdale Center 35th Ave* W.VanBurert Sherwood Center Mesa Tempe Center & Northern Bethany Home

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