Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 14
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 14

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 4, 1969
Page 14
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r» ' T V U i I I Itht Arizona OX fiL, 'Apl lUt Public forum on Inner City school plans Inner City residents will hold a public forum at 7:30 p.m. April 15 in Phoenix Union High School auditorium to discuss further how they can be represented in forming educa- tiofial plans for Inner City children. The decision to hold the forum was made Wednesday night when 100 persons attended a hearing on Inner City participation in the PUHS curriculum. At that time, residents said they were not so much concerned with details of a curriculum for Inner City students prepared for consideration by the PUHS District Board as they were about not being represented in the discussions of revised curriculum. A five-member steering committee was selected by the residents at the meeting at the Adams Hotel. An ex- officio member of the committee is the Rev. William 0. Sr&ith, who was instrumental in organizing Wednesday's hearing. The committee was selected to prepare an agenda for the ArJril 15 forum. Chairman is Josh Bursh. Other members are the Rev. Miguel M. Bar- rogon, Eugene Hutloff, Arlena Seneca and Mrs. Betty Saylor. Dr. Glasser to speak here Dr. William Glasser, a Los Angeles psychiatrist, will speak April 11 to Valley edu- ckors on "Eliminating Failure in the Schools," according to the Greater Phoenix School Boards Association Curriculum Council. Dr. Glasser's talk will be in Longview School Auditorium, 1209 E. Indian School. There will be two sessions: 10 a.m. to noon for administrators and consultants and 3 to 5 p.m. for teachers. Dr. Glasser is the author of "School Without Failure," recently published by Harper and Row. Formerly consulting psychiatrist to the Ventura School for Girls, a California institution for delinquents, he is a consultant to the Los Angeles City School System. Mr. and Mrs. Carpenter to mark anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Y. Carpenter of 1802 N. Laurel will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary today. The couple moved to Arizona in 1919. Carpenter, a retired lieutenant colonel in "the Army Reserve, is a past administrative assistant to the supervisor of the Motor Vehicle Divi- sion of the State Highway Department. Mrs. Carpenter is treasurer of the Arizona State Federation of Garden Clubs, a flower show judge and an instructor and a librarian at the Valley Garden Center. The couple have a daughter, Mrs. Thomas Lawton of Houston, and four grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Lawton will be hosts at a reception for the Carpenters in the Valley Garden Center at 8 p.m. today. EMPLOYMtiNt WOftKSHOP TEMPE — Persons over 50 seeking employment can attend, a workshop on the subject from 2 to 4 p.m. Tuesday in Room 101 of the college of business administration at Arizona State University, the university announced yesterday. AP Wlreohoto SEPLLING LESSIN? — "I can spell better than that," muses fifth grader Brian Moulton as he looks over a traffic warning in the Detroit suburb of Grosse Pointe Park. "The city did it," school principal Frank J. Welcen- bach, charged. A city spokesman says the sign soon will be unscrambled. 3 mentioned for appellate court Speculation was strong yesterday that two Maricopa County Superior Court judges and a Coconino County judge would soon be named by Gov. Williams to fill three newly created seats on the state Court of Appeals. Mentioned prominently were Judges Laurens L. Henderson and Ross F. Jones, both of Phoenix, and Laurance T. Wren of Flagstaff. A spokesman for the governor's office said a decision has not been made. "I could probably get you a rumor for about any name you want," he said. "There are lots of names floating around." Gov. Williams signed into law this week a bill which added the three judgeships to the court of appeals. Henderson and Jones are Republicans; Wren is a Democrat. All three men were first appointed to- the bench by former Gov. Paul Fannin. Henderson, 67, was appointed in January 1959, and has been elected three times since. Jones, also 67, was appointed by Fannin in March 1960, and Wren, 42, assumed office in August 1961. TENNIS ANYONE? SCOTTSDALE - The city parks and recreation department has announced that registration for intermediate tennis lessons being offered on Saturdays is under way in the city cashier's office, 300 E. Main St. Matthews death reward posted GLENDALE — American Legion Post No. 29 members last night voted to offer a $200 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the slayer of post member Verl D. Matthews, 45, who was shot March 27. Matthews, of 620 Litchfield Road, Goodyear, had belonged to the post for several years, according to post spokesman, Bob Deyerberg. Matthews, a Yellow Cab driver, was found slain near his cab at 12th Street and Hadley in Phoenix. Deyerberg said anyone who has information can contact the post at 6821 N. 58th Ave., Glendale. • PICTURE FRAME • RAW • COMPO • FINISHED AND HAND'CARVCD GOLD LtAP Artists' Supplies Mouldings . . . Paints . . . Brushes Materials... Canvas ... Stretcher Bars, etc. Large Selection of Oil Paihtinat • Ffamtd Pieturei • Print* • Silk Screened PICTURE ft FRAME MART Arlient't "11C" Frame SMrae 1534 Imt Mr.Dewell Rees? •07 Wtit Imllm SehMl Road Ph. 2SM227 Open Dally 9 A.M. to 5.30 P.M. Goldberg served with judgment Man charged in rape case Phoenix insurance executive Philip J. Goldberg yesterday was slapped with a $228,822.20 judgment in U.S. District Court. Goldberg and his wife, Ruth, are codefendants in a suit filed April 11, 1967, against Financial Security Life Insurance Co. and Financial Planning Corp., both controlled by the , insurance man. The Goldbergs * were not actually made parties to the suit until February 1969. Court records show a summons was served on the Goldbergs Feb. 27, 1969. Because they did not answer within 20 days, as prescribed by law, the plaintiff, National Trust Life Insurance Co. of North America, received a default judgment yesterday. A spokesman for Goldberg said he did not know about the summons and would file a motion in U.S. District Court today to have the judgment set aside. The default judgment was signed by court clerk William Loveless. T* J • loday in »/ Arizona Arizona Mineral Museum: 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., fairground, 1826 W. McDowell. (Pedestrian gate is open). Desert Botanical Garden: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Papago Park, 6400 E. McDowell. Glendale plans training exercise GLENDALE - The city will conduct an emergency training exercise April. 28 through May 2 as part of the civil defense alert simulating a nuclear explosion in the area, city officials announced. During the exercise, the mayor, councilmen, city manager, and department heads and their staff members will receive approximately 16 hours of training and briefings. Commission sets •water firm date The Arizona Corporation Commission has set 10 a.m. April 24 for Arizona Water Co. to show why the commission should not rescind or change rate increases it granted the company Dec. 31. Since Dec. 31 the makeup of the commission has changed, with Republican Charles Garland replacing Democrat E. T. Williams Jr. on the rate-setting body. The water comjuny operates in .more than * dozen Arizona Ruben Gonzales, charged in an assault on two women Nov. 9, was bound over to Superior Court yesterday on charges of kidnaping, rape, and assault with a deadly weapon. Gonzales, 26, of 1201 S. 16th St., appeared in the court of East Phoenix Justice of the Peace Ida Westfall to waive preliminary hearing on charges of attempted rape and assault with intent to murder. Investigators said Gonzales is suspected of taking a wo- man home from a tavecn Nov. 9 and shooting her after failing to rape her. Minutes later, police said, a man answering the same description forced a woman into his pickup at gunpoint, drove her to the desert and raped her. Gonzales, free on $14,300 bonds in the assaults, was arrested last month on two counts of rape, one count of kidnaping and four counts of lewd and lascivious acts. Promise her for Easter But Give Her I 111 1 1; I, I, Eau de Lanvin The most famous of alt Lanvin fragrances "At- pege" in a sleek, 4 02. mist spray of Eau de Lanvin. 2 «...!...$3.59 *6°° Natural Spray The touch of your fingertip releases the finest mist possible, envelops you in an aura of true loveliness. $500 Powdered Mist Cool, soft, dry. Never drifts or dusts. She'll love extra dry • «. '3 81 Perfume Mist In an elegant, refillable carry-everywhere purse flaron. MM UO DISCOUNT STOMf PRICES GOOD THRU SATURDAY IN ALL STORES WHILE QUANTITIES LAST! 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