Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 35
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 35

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 4, 1969
Page 35
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AL! 'Mo' t/dall tells plans /or rebuilding Demos Rep. Morris K. Udall, D-Ariz., appeared before a closed-door caucus yesterday of Arizona House and Senate Democrats to explain his plans for rebuilding the Arizona Democratic Party. Udall said he gave the lawmakers a preview of a meeting of top party officials tomorrow morning in Francisco Grande Hotel west of Casa Grande. The party officers, including State Chairman Dick Duffield of Tucson and several county chairmen, will rendezvous at the hotel in the morning for a thorough airing of the party's problems, Udall •aid. Udall and Duffield then will fly to Phoenix for a scheduled press conference at 2 p.m. in the Phoenix Press Club, where the pair will outline the group's decision concerning rebuilding. The meeting with the Democratic legislators is a part of the Udall plan to talk with various party groups and factions about the need to rebuild the party for the 1970 election, he explained. Udall denied that he is Interested in becoming a candidate for the U.S. Senate in 1970 when. Sen. Paul Fannin, R-Ariz., will be up for reelection. "My chances of becoming a candidate for the Senate are about as slim as that of the sun coming up in the west in the morning," Rep. Udall drawled. His older brother, Stewart, former secretary of the interior, is expected to run for the Senate seat if the Democratic Party can be reorganized Into an effective campaigning unit. The elder Udall said in a recent talk in Phoenix that his brother would be the ideal man to lead a party rebuilding effort. Border police nab Cubans NOGALES — Twenty-four Cuban refugees were picked up by the U.S. Border Patrol here this week with the assistance of local police. Authorities said the "unusually high" number of illegal entries could be due to the remarkably mild weather, the approaching holiday season or simple coincidence. An illegal "smuggling service" is believed to be flourishing in Mexico, authorities said, with branches in numerous border towns. Cuban refugees apparently are being received in Mexico and being charged huge sums for "assistance" in crossing the U.S. border. The assistance consists of collecting whatever amount the ring can collect and pointing the unsuspecting refugees toward the border fence, police said. This week's arrests in Nogales included three women, one of them 65 years old, and two small children. Four of the 19 men were over 70. All were turned over to the U.S. officers, police said. cnnou* WAYS FIRST QUALITY * ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY GARDEN! VALUES CITRUS TREES 3 YRS. OLD 5YRS.OLD 4.88 17.88 • NAVEL ORANGE • VALENCIA ORANGE • ARIZONA SWEET ORANGE • DANCY TANGERINE • MINNEOLA TANGERINE • TANGELO •RUBY RED GRAPEFRUIT • MARSH SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT Fresh citrus from your own yard — right off the tree. Always delicious and so economical! Plant several of these thriving, attractive trees now for years of enjoyment. FLORIST QUALITY EASTER LILIES 177 AND UP Healthy green plants in bud and bloom. The Easter lily, traditional symbol of hope, makes a beautiful gift for your family or for friends, relatives or shut-ins. 6" POTTED CHRYSANTHEMUMS 2.44 AND UP LIKE IT?... CHARGE IT! Colorful, hardy mums, 3 to 5 plants per pot. Plant outside later for masses of color. 3" POTTED GARDENIAS Lush, deep green foliage for year'round beauty in north and east locations. 68 HEALTHY BEDDING PLANTS • Snapdragons • Pansies • Stocks* Daisies % Many More! PONY PACK 44 3" POTTED AFRICAN VIOLETS A favorite house plant'.. . makes a lovely gift for Easter remembrances. 68 FAMOUS TIFGREEN Fast growing, hardy Tif- green for a lush, green i lawn. FLAT ORTHO ORTHO SYSTEMIC ROSE & FLOWER CARE lets you forget about frequent spraying for pests. Just spread it around the plant and water it in ... the systemic is taken up by the roots. You can't wash it off, and you get enough nutrients and insect protection for at least 8 weeks.. sibs. 2,98 ORTHO ISOTOX takes the bite out of garden insects, kills almost all sucking and chewing insects • Spray it on roses, flowers, trees, shrubs as directed • ISOTOX kills mites and chewing insects on contact. Does an inside job on sucking insects • ISO- TOX is absorbed by the plant. Then gives control of sucking insects for 2 to 3 weeks. 8oz. 1.98 PARK CENTRAL • CHRIS-TOWN • TRINITY in MESA SHOP WEEKDAYS TIL 9 P.M.... SATURDAY 'TIL 6 Sportsmen term gun telegram 'ill advised* Summer program to give corrective reading help Sportsmen's groups yesterday tried their best without success, to undo the damage from an overzealous telegram sender. R. C. Cairns of Scottsdale, a member of the Arizona State Rifle and Pistol Association, upset House leaders Wednesday with a telegram telling them to pass Senate Bill 107 "or we'll know the reason why." The bill would make it possible for Arizonans to buy firearms in other states of the nation. Interstate sale to nonresidents is now barred by the 1968 gun control act unless the state passes legislation like SB107. House Speaker John Haugh received an apology from Cairns, but opined, "I can't bring the bill out now. The House would come unglued. It is dead for this year." Robert Orr of Phoenix, vice president of the pistol association, called Haugh and told him, "This telegram was ill-advised. Cairns did not act with the knowledge or sanction of association leadership and we regret it sincerely." Fred Nobbe, legislative chairman of the Arizona Wildlife Federation, also issued this statement: "Mr. Cairn's telegram, while obviously stemming from his sincere desire to see SB107 passed, does not represent the view of the Arizona Wildlife Federation. We have had excellent cooperation from the legislative leadership this year and in the past, and feel that the bill will be passed as soon as legislators understand the reasons for its introduction. TEMPE - Personal corrective reading help on the basis of one instructor to one student will be available this summer to students in Phoenix Elementary School District. This was announced yesterday by the education department at Arizona State University, which has signed an agreement with the school district for the instruction. Under the plan, the Phoenix district will screen youngsters to select those with correctable problems and take them by bus to ASU twice weekly. Ninety children can be taught each semester. Each pupil will have the help for two hours a week of an ASU upper-level student. Both tutor and pupil will be under the supervision and observation of the faculty. 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