Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 45
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Arizona high court rules police warning adequate The Arizona Supreme Court yesterday upheld the adequacy of the standard police warning concerning the constitutional rights of suspects under questioning. In doing so, the high court affirmed the 24-to-25-year prison sentence of Derewood Andrew Bible for the second-degree rape of a 14- year-old girl after a prior Thurston appointed probate judge Judge Edwin- Thurston yesterday was appointed probate judge of Maricopa County Superior Court, starting July 1. He will succeed Judge Ross Jones. Jones will resume trial work, said Presiding Judge Charles L. Hardy, who made the appointment. The probate judge handles all • matters concerning estates, guardianships, trust funds and mental health. conviction of child-molesting. In appealing this Maricopa County Superior Court sentence, Bible's counsel claimed his client was not advised of his right to stop answering police questions at any time pending receipt of legal advice. But the Supreme Court said this right conferred by the U.S. Supreme Court does not mean suspects must be warned in the exact language of the U.S. Supreme Court. The Arizona court interpreted the U.S. court's language as a warning to police that they must not deprive a suspect of his right to refrain from answering further questions in the absence of counsel after he has voluntarily answered some. The justices also upheld the prison sentence of 8 to 10 years given Earl Brookshire in Maricopa County Superior court for writing a check on insufficient funds, with prior conviction. More about Farmland Continued from Page 23 zona's economy will be damaged, and consumers will be faced with high food prices." The Farm Bureau, along with other farm commodity groups, Hawkins disclosed, is urging all property owners to check the assessments of their land and to protest in legal channels if the guidelines have not been followed by the assessor's office. Kunes said he was undisturbed by the threat of such appeals. "I urge all taxpayers of the county who feel that changes should be made in the appraised value of their property," said Kunes, "to come to our office and review this with us. They should protest if they, indeed, feel the values we have are incorrect. This is the very reason we have a protest period between March 1 and April 15 each year." Wheat plan stirs doubt WASHINGTON (AP) Sen. James Pearson of Kansas says depressed wheat prices are causing him to doubt the effectiveness of the International Grains Agreement which sets wheat prices on the world market. Pearson, a Republican whose state is the largest wheat producer in the nation, said he now wonders "if I did the right thing" in voting for ratification of the agreement last summer. Forum to discuss urban Indians A public forum to discuss the conditions of Phoenix' urban Indians will be conducted by the National Council on Indian Opportunity, April 17 and 18 at the Hotel Westward Ho. The forum will be concerned with Indian housing, so- OONSTANTINE CONFERS WASHINGTON (UPI) King Constantine of Greece conferred for 55 minutes yesterday with Secretary of State William P. Rogers. Steelmet ready to buy metal processing firms PITTSBURGH (AP) - Steelmet, Inc., says it has agree in principle to acquire three New England metal processing companies for more than $3 million cash. Companies to be acquired are Metals Processing Co. of Providence and East Providence, R.I.; Philip Buxton Co. of Worcester, Mass., and L. L. Cohen Co. of Taunton and Fall River, Mass. cial services, recreation, employment and justice, with members of Indian communities speaking on their experi ences. Any Indian or representative of government or social agencies dealing with American Indians may attend and speak at the meeting. Thursday-Friday-Saturday Men's SWEATERS All Wool Reg. $QOO 14.00 T Men's SOCKS Asst'd. Colors fto '"'1.97 Men's "Cool" BERMUDAS Reg. $5.00 $ 2 97 Open Thursday 'til 9 P.M. YOUR tEVI STORE Uptown Plaza Camelback at Central 4 days only! WEDNESDAY THROUGH SATURDAY EASTER SALE An Easter parade of dresses on sale SPRING CHARMERS FOR GIRLS 32" square scarves $ 5 Prettiest florals in junior dresses SHEER FEMININITY FOR SPRING $' • AA JUNIORS'SIZES 14 Wear them a dozen ways, at throat and waistline, on a pony-tail. . k all the newest ways fashion directs! Many designs and colors! REG.$1 EACH Never need ironing styles are so fuss-free ... fust machine wash, dry 'n go. So fresh and young, spiced with ruffles, lace, contrast yokes and other details. Silhouettes so new ... colors so delicious. Sizes 7 to ] 4. Airy-light polyester and cotton prints in striped dimity-weave.. .with velvet ribbon, lace, cuffed and ruffled long-sleeves, gently gored skirts, square and V-necklines. Perfect for now, months to come. Juniors' 5 to 13. New Spring and Summer handbags LEATHER-LOOK VINYLS IN BOTH SMOOTH AND GRAINED FINISHES $ 6 Just the bags you've been looking for ... well proportioned medium sizes and super-sizes in pale bone and white to go with summer pastels and prints! In vagabond, pouch, roomy tote shapes ... both single and double handle Styles! "CHARGE IT" ON WARDS CONVENIENT CHARG-ALL CREDIT PLAN Phoenfc, Thnrs., Aprfl 3,1969 t-» L' L L^J^ The Arizona Republic 25 two 690 toothbrushes when you buy with 100 for handling & mailing. Offer is on large & super sizes only. New Colgate with MFR the superior fluoride toothpaste, wants you to get superior brushing, too. ^/t//%r>n\Ci THOMAS MALI l/l//Ai'Ci J^^ 44IH H. AT THOMif 19. ^"-J^*-^ PHQNf IJMIB9 CHRIS-TOWN 1711 W. 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