Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 3, 1969 · Page 55
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 55

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, April 3, 1969
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Kt.Pl.IPUC PITY 12 Hie Atfeona Republic o Phoenix, Thwrs., April 3, Republic Photo EASTER PREVIEW — Kids in Crippled Children's Hospital, 1800 E. Garfield, received a generous early sampling of Easter's bounty last night when practical nursing students at Phoenix Union High School delivered 50 Easter baskets to the shut-ins. Student Dorrie Snell, left, presents a basket of goodies to Richard Massey, 10, while fellow student Sandy Goodland gives a basket to Diana Stone, 10. The students bought the baskets with money earned in bake sales. Court holds for police 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 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. 2 tire firms, foreign auto firms face fines Washington Post Service WASHINGTON - The first civil penalties for violation of the auto safety law may be imposed against two tire producers and the importer of Italian-made Fiats, the Department of Transportation announced yesterday. The possibility arises in connection with completed recall campaigns by the firms, Mohawk Rubber Co., the General Tire and Rubber Co. and Fiat- Roosevelt, Inc. Letters advising the firms that civil penalties are being considered have been sent to the companies by Howard E. Heffron, Chief Counsel of the Federal Highway Administration. The letters give the firms 20 days to submit any mitigating information, data, or arguments against being penalized. Each violation — meaning each defective tire or car — carries a penalty of up to $1,000, with $400,000 being the maximum for a series of related violations. In the current cases, the department said, the penalties which might be levied have "not been determined." Mohawk was cited after 16 out of 34 of its 7.35-14 tires blew out or otherwise failed tests done for the National. Highway Safety Bureau, a unit of the highway administration. On Jan. 9 Mohawk started a recall campaign for the tires in question, of which there were 10,000. The bureau sponsors such tests to determine whether tires which manufacturers have certified to be in compliance with safety standards actually do comply. The standards are those that the rubber industry had set for itself. General Tire was cited for two separate violations. One involved 9:00-15 Safety Jets. At about the half-way mark in bureau tests, 19 out of 21 blew out. A recall campaign for an estimated 40,299 units was initiated on Feb. 4. The second violation involved 8:15-15 General Jet tires. All 17 of 17 in bureau tests failed to meet minimum endurance requirements. A recall campaign for 31,000 tires in the questioned production run began on March 12. Stop Dally iOte 9:30 CUs«d Easter SUNDAY DEPARTMENT STORES WHILE THEY LAST!! SHOCK RESISTANT LUMINOUS DIALS i> UNBREAKABLE MAINSPRING ^ jf ^^ CALENDARS, . .,,-..:lJP.. , . ,!«. „ • 17 JEWELS! FINE JEWELRY DEPARTMENT • COMPARE AT 15.97 fo 17.97! • MEN'S, WOMEN'S, BOY'S, GIRL'S! [CALENDARS NURSES DRESS SPORT JUST SAY l\ TEMPE H uw;\ PUZA t tsr St-oltsdnle Komi at Curry IMMIOEMX HAIIIMPUMTOT W. Indian School ut Grand Council grants sales permits despite legal advice The Phoenix City Council ignored the advice of Assistant City Attorney Ed Reeder last night and approved two applications for automobile sales permits that Reeder said were illegally filed. The applications, by the J. C. Penney stores in Park Central and Tower Plaza, were for permits to display up to four "fun buggies" for sale at each of the stores. Phoenix attorney Charles Bernstein asked that the council act on the requests quickly, since the firm plans to make the Phoenix outlets the site for national introduction of the vehicles on April 15. But attorney Frank Haze Burch, representing the Arizona Automobile Dealers Association, protested that the site plans filed for the two permits neglected to show a 10-inch- high planter box around the display area — an item required by the zoning ordinance. The council's copy of the site plan showed the planter box. But the box was drawn in after the Planning Commission approved the applications and forwarded them to the council. "These permits are not legally before your jurisdiction because the site plans filed with the planning commission were not in compliance with the ordinance," Burch told the council. Reeder, asked by the council for a legal opinion, replied that the correct procedure would be to forward the new site plan to the Planning Commission for review, not to grant the permits. Councilman Frank Benites, arguing that the error in overlooking the incomplete site plans was made by the planning staff, said that the council should be able to take some other course than send it back to the commission and delay action. Councilman Milton Sanders agreed, arguing to Burch that the site plan wasn't incorrect in the form before the council and that the display area was adequately marked. "I don't see how we can hire legal counsel and pay them and then ignore their advice," said Councilman Charles Case. He voted against both requests, but each passed 5-1. Mayor Graham was not present. In other action, the council granted a zoning change to permit construction of a res- taurant in connection with a proposed $1 million hotel to be built at 4321 N. Central. Officials of Central High School and the Phoenix. Union High School District expressed concern about traffic. 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