Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 4, 1973 · Page 81
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Legislative action Child-psychiatrist, 7 others charged in sex abuse of 15 hoys ^cmf' House: Convenes at 10 a.m. today. House Bill 2043 - Regulates prepaid health insurance plans. Passed 57-0, sent to governor. HB2061 — Tightens restrictions on subdivided lands. Passed 57-0, sent to governor. HB2112 — Provides requirements for certified public accountants. Passed 48-9, sent to governor. HB 2119 — Increases state liquor taxes, bans nudity in bars. GOP caucus did not accept Senate amendments and sponsor withdrew the measure. HB2122 — Prohibits labor union contributions to political candidates. House passed 351, sent to governor. HB2237 — Requires insurance companies to maintain home office in Arizona to get lower premium tax. Passed 55-2, sent to governor. Senate Bill 1167 — Revises mental health commitment procedures, and increases drug pusher penalties. Passed 49-9, returned to Senate. House Bill 2020 — Revises initiative and recall laws. House accepted conference report, passed 39-16. SB1005 — Reinstates death penalty for aggravated murders, gives trial judge life or death sentencing powers. House accepted conference report. SB1143 — Creates seven- member board to oversee new Department of Transportation. House accepted conference report. SB1170 — Changes registered nurse regulations. House accepted conference report. SB1320 — Requires issuance of identification cards to welfare recipients. House accepted conference report. HB2008 — Requires standard financial accounting for hospitals. House accepted conference report. SB1199 — Regulates cable TV at municipal and county level. Held temporarily in rules to resolve conflicting amendments. Governor signed: SB1096 — Uniform landlord, tenant act to simplify, clarify, modernize and revise the law governing the rental of dwelling units and the rights and obligations of landlords and teflanls. SB1328 — Authorizes the St£te Board of Property Tax Apptals to employ, with the approval of the attorney general, legal counsel to assist th« board in matters involved inTiearings, requires notice of evaluation. HB2010 — Controls building In Hood areas. Associated Press RIVERHEAD. N.Y. — British child-psychiatrist Morris Eraser, 39, and seven other men were indicted here yesterday on 27 counts of conspiracy, sodomy and sexual abusfe'involving 15 boys. Fraser. who appeared on the widely acclaimed NBC television documentary, Suffer the Little Children, concerning the effects of war on : 4 I I ! > Park bonds' need argued by legislator State Rep. Bfll McCune, R- Maryvale, yesterday attacked the Phoenix referendum next Tuesday on issuance of §23.5 million in bonds for city parks. In a House floor speech, McCune said he questioned both the need and the method of financing. "I look around the city and I see many serious problems demanding attention," h e said. "In my district, it would be more appropriate to develop extensive recreation programs in the few community parks which already exist — many of which are nothing more than unsupervised, grassed areas." He also questioned the city's intention to use federal revenue sharing dollars to retire the bonds. McCune challenged city leaders to solve the people's preblerns, "not up in the mrjuntains, but down in the vaHey where the people live." the children of Northern Ireland, pleaded innocent to the charges in arraignment before Suffoik County Judge Pierre Lundberg. Three other men also pleaded innocent, a fifth was in custody in San Juan, Puerto Rico, and the remaining three men are at large, police said. The Suffolk County grand jury indictment charged the men with befriending the al- leged victims, some under 11 years of age, then committing sex acts with them at a home in West Islip, N.Y., between January 1970 and December 1971. The indictment specified one count of conspiracy, 19 counts of sodomy and 7 counts of sexual abuse against each defendant. Authorities said one of those indicted, Hal Oelke, 48, of Manhattan, was a former fund raiser for Big Brothers of New York, but left the post several years ago. The organization works with troubled youths. Another defendant, George Brehm, 50, of Floral Park, N.Y., was accused of making a house available for the alleged sex activities — a summer home since resold. Both Brehm and Oelke pleaded innocent to the charges as did a fourth defendant, George Rossman, 53, married and a father of three from New Haven, Conn. Brehm currently is being held' in Auburn State Prison after conviction on similar charges last year. Sam Fierro, chief of the Suffolk County rackets bureau, said Fraser returned here "willingly and at his own expense" from the British Isles, where he is associated with the Royal Belfast hospital for Exceptional Children in Belfast. He was released on his own recognizance after the arraignment to return to Belfast, pending trial at a date not yet set. Oelke and Rossman were released on $2,000 bail each. Liberia head tuill visit Nixon * WASHINGTON (A P) President William R. Tolbert Jr.* of Liberia will meet with President Nixon at the White House on June 5, it has been announced. The Washington visit by the African leader will follow his appearance a t California State University commence- mejit exercises in San Francisco. It will be a return visit for Tplbert. Mrs. Nixon went to his inauguration ceremonies In January 1972. M OPEN DAILY 9:30-9;30; SUNDAY 10-6 SALE ENDS MOM., MAY 7 Charge It! WHILE QUANT/T/ES LAST.' 1 GAL PLANTS 5 GAL PLANTS 69' 3" BOTTLE BRUSH, PHILODENDRON, BLACK PINE, OLEANDER, ACUBA INSECTICIDE SPRAYER 6-GALOR15-GAL HOSE END SPRAYERS 5-GALLON SHADE TREES 2*44 Charge It! 4.47 Wide variety of straight, well balanced Trees growing in 5-gallon pots. Save! 15-gal. or 6-gal. size. For application of weed killer, insecticide and fertilizer. Charge itl GOLDEN YIGORO 25# BAG 2.97 v Charge If! BLACK & DECKER 18" ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER 49.99 80# BAG AMMONIA SULPHATE 2.47 1-LB. BERMUDA GRASS SEED 1.57 l-lb. bag of unhulled Bermuda grass seed. Produces luxuriant growth. 5-lb. Bag 6.97 B&D electric mower with-650 watt.permanent magnet motor> tunnel deck. Single blade that cuts path 18" wide. Accomo- dates grass catcher. CITRUS AND AVOCADO FOOD 10# K MART® FERTILIZERS CITRUS & AVOCADO FOOD ROSE FOOD GARDEN FERTILIZER CHARGE IT! REDWOOD SOIL AMENDMENT 60# BONUS BALE 2.22 FAN SPRAY each Durable, plastic. Metal spike. The Arizona Republic 49. O Friday, May 4, 1973 - BIRD BATH 97 Decorative, fun! Durable, weather- resistant plastic. NOT EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED 5/8"x50' PLASTIC HOSE WATERING CAN |43 Lightweight plastic can holds 2 gallons. Save. PERMANENT FAN TRELLIS Reg. 2.76 J 4 Days Jg Attractive redwood 72" tall fan trellis. Charge itl s /«"x50' plastic hose is flexible, lightweight. Easy to carry! Save! Excellent buy! 16" REDWOOD TUBS 2.47 Mnw INSECT KILLER INSECTICIDE Reg. KOC 68< t>O 10% Chlordane dust kills worms, insects. .Advertisement. LEISURE WORLD LIFESTYLE GREEN UP WITH IRONITE ARIZONA'S FAVORITE Develops lush, green rowth IRONITE 12"xl2" STEPPING STONES mnrt SIERRA BETTER THAN BIRTHDAY CANDLES "As we grow older we find thai the best time for a cold plunge is si,nie other." A 75-year-olrl Ari/nnian has just the opposite viewpoint from thii quotation from Ranking maga 1 - zine, and proved it, without •' question of douht, when he celebrated his 75th birthday. II" wanted to symbolize the number, of years but evidently figured 75 candles would be pretty cumbersome on a cake. He decided on something much more effective. Several months befor* his birthday he had begun swimming about : 'itlis of a mile five days every week with the Red Cross fitness program, so was prepared for the birthday celebration. Instead of ihe usual candles, he swam a 75-foot length pool 73 times in continuous swimming, doing it in exactly 75 minutes! Total feet swam were 5,625. His wife, his brother and hi$ sistfcr-in-law were all on hand as ' counters. Upon completion of this feat he came out of the pool,' fceliin, good and, apparently, jufreshed. Ho was obviously fn better • shapf ilian the fellow described . in QUOTE magazine who was walking down a dark, deserted , road one moonless night when suddenly a huge and awful mr nster leaped at him out of the shrubbery, lie started running i the nionslcrbot on his heels, and ran for miles and miles until 1m wind gave out. As he sank to the ground, the . monster loomed over him, grinned a huL-ous grin, and said, . "We've ha., quite a run, haven't we?" "You bet," gasped the mountaineer, "and as soon as I've caught my breath, we'll have another." The moral here is clear enough. It's a pretty good idea to keep ; ourselves as physically fit as possible. I doubt if many of us would want to swim 7" times across a 75- foot pool, but \\e all should in- ' dulgc in regular exercise on a daily basis. It doesn't have to be » burdensome chore, for there are numerous types of pleasant re- . creational activities which afford beneficial exercise. In addition to swimming* . .there's golf, horseback riding, shuffleboard, lawn bowling, ten- ' nis, dancing, walking, bicycling,' mountain climbing, hiking, jogging, physical education and many more effective ways to exer— ~ ci.se. * Exercise can be a fun thing,* especially if you do it with otherl people. It can be a dull chore" sometimes if you have to do it by* yourself. So dull, in fact, thatr many people give it up soon, i£ they begin taking exercises at all.* I, myself, have never been suc-^ cessful in following an exercise* program on my own, and I never, stick with it. It's another story* when I engage in exercising ac-i tivitics with a group. This I look* forward to. Consequently, I get- much more out of the whole pro-* gram. • • For this reason, I recommend", finding an organized group to* work with or at least getting some, of your friends in on some of the* fun exercising I mentioned ear-* lier. This and much more will h« • available to residents of Rossmoor '. Leisure World Golden Hills, east of Mesa, and you can enjoy it all ! with some of the friendliest people in all the world. You can choose practically any form of exercise you want because every kind of facility will be available — and you can do it the fun way with a lot of other interested and congenial companions. Leisure World provides an at-., tractive route to health and happiness. NEXT: Alien Space Probe Mystery SCOTTSDALE. MESA . PHOENIX , PHOENIX e.MCDOWELL ^HAYDEN ?p. w. BROADWAY at s. QOBSON RO. w. INDIAN SCHOOL BO. ^t43rd AVE> , E. ROOSEVELT at teth STREET Ross W. Cortese, President Rossmoor Corporation •

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