Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 38
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 38

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, April 3, 1969
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i.u. ; I '•. '.. ; More flbottt Roadblock to adjournment CITY DENNIS THE MENACE By Hank Ketchum Hershey to intercede in 'protest' ^classifications Continued from Page l leadership was still adamant against giving the UofA more operating funds. . If this were the case, the Republicans should then tell the Democrats whether they would join with them to crack the budget open once it reaches the floor, restoring welfare cuts as well as university funds. The whole situation is rather "iffy," one Pima member admitted. The next step will be to get the other Democrats in the minority to go along with the six Pima County rebels. This would give them the 16 votes needed to control action on the floor. Meanwhile, Sen. Porter called three sessions of the Rules Committee in an effort to pry the Pima contingent loose from their strategy stand. The Senate has been shooting for Saturday adjournment because Senate Majority Leader David Kret, R-Maricopa, has to return to his consulting engineer's job next week or lose an important contract. Kret told The Arizona Republic he will not attend next week if the session is prolonged. This leaves the majority bloc with no floor leader and 13 shaky votes. While the Pirna members lunched in the railroad diner, House and Senate leaders puzzled about the adjournment dilemma over lunch at Speaker John Haugh's home, 1107 W. Palm Lane. House leaders reportedly agreed to do anything to ease the Senate situation, even to sending over the capital outlay bill containing the new construction money for the universities. The House has been holding onto this bill as "insurance" against any changes in the main appropriations bill. On new construction funds, the two chambers are talking about $12.5 million this year, with the House willing to go up another $2 million and the Senate wanting to trim even farther. Legislative leaders agree that, once the money question is settled, the rest of the problems will quickly be resolved and the 12-week session ended. House Minority Leader Jack Brown, D-Apache, urged adjournment at the close of business today, noting that research of the last 10 years has shown the legislature has never met on Good Friday. "We should either finish tomorrow (Thursday) night or quit until next Monday," Brown said. "There's plenty of sinning going on without our being here over Easter." 'Ya see, Dad's puttin' on TWO coats. So when it gets REAL cold . . ." NEW YORK (AP) — Selective Service Director Lewis B. Hershey yesterday offered to intercede personally in behalf of any young man wrongfully reclassified by a draft board because of legal protest. Under Hershey's own order of last October, draft boards were told to reclassify those with student deferments who took part in protest demonstrations interfering with the The Arizona Republic 21 0o Phoenix, Hints., April 3,19W draft and military recruitment. Since then Hershey has emphasized he did not mean to order reclassification of students who indulge in peaceful, legal protest against the war and the draft. But the order has been bitterly denounced in Congress and in academic circles as being too vague as to what legal protest constitutes. Hershey's offer of personal intervention in individual cases of unfair reelassiflct- tion came after a student at a Brooklyn Polytechnic Institute lecture asked what article of the Constitution gave Hershey the right to reclassify and draft protesters. School enrollment up a million WASHINGTON (UPi) - rollment last fall increased The U. S. Office of Educathn by more than one million reports that public school en- over the previous year. master charge] BANKAMFRICARO Porter Original PASIC CENTRAL • tOWER PLA2A onaS a Step out to spring and summer fun in • pair of distinctively-styled Thongs from Joe Porter's. The perfect compliment t» your spring and summer casual wardrobes, these attractive thongs are made of fin* quality leather that will wear and stay smart for years. In sitel 4-10, choose from white, natural or black, with the Phoenician also available branded. In addition to the lovely styles illustrated, we also feature: THE PIXIE 795 in gold, white, black or natural / VAHOE 6.95 CATALINA 6.95 PHOENICIAN 5.95 MOONBEAM in black, natural, white 7' 5 More »b°«r» e i Appeal for church unity Continued from Page 1 charity" and even against the "demands for sanctity and sacrifice." Finally, he said, the church "suffers through the defection and the scandal of certain ecclesiastics and monks who, today, crucify the church." "Dearest sons," he concluded, "do not refuse us your spiritual solidarity and your prayers. Do not let yourselves be seized by fear, by discouragement, by skepticism, nor even less by mimicry which today through the suggestion of the channels of social information wreaks havoc among so many, many weak and impressionable spirits and even sometimes among strong young ones." The pontiff's reference to "defection and scandal" seemed to apply particularly to the recent spread of dissent into episcopal ranks. Air Force restores Nugent to Luci, Lyn AUSTIN, Tex. (AP)-Airman l.C. Patrick J. Nugent came home from Vietnam yesterday welcomed by a snappy salute from his young son and an enthusiastic hug from his attractive wife Luci. "Marvelous, marvelous, marvelous," said ex-President Lyndon B. Johnson's son-in- law with tears of happiness in his eyes. Johnson stood to one side, beaming happily, occasionally putting his arm around Mrs. Johnson at the Austin Municipal Airport. 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