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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 58

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 17, 1970
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CITY 58 The Arizona Republic EIO ., June 17,1970 No charges planned for 'therapy* death Insurers suspending coverage to oil firms against spills Northern Arizona Bureau FLAGSTAFF - Coconino County Atty. J. Michael Flournoy announced yesterday that a two-week investigation had revealed no basis for filing criminal charges in the death of Mrs. Gene (Margretta) Butler pf Flagstaff. Mrs. Butler died of cardiovascular collapse due to stress and fatigue at Flagstaff Com- mua% flflipitftl on May'SO. Her jtfesth came after a fati-> gutaJsY physical-contact psychiatric treatment knowi as "rage reduction therapy.* Ftottrnfty said, "There have been nb requests to this office for a criminal complaint either by any individual or any law enforcement agency . . . and both the sheriff's department investigator and the attorney for Mrs. Butler feel, as 1 do, that a criminal complaint should not be filed." However, the St&te Board of Medical Examiners has begun an investigation of Dr. Norman Duley and Dr. Guy Smyth, both Flagstaff psychiatrists, at the request of the Coconino County Medical Society. Flournoy pointed out that Mr. and Mrs. Butler had consented to her treatment by the type of therapy after it was explained to them and that the doctors had cau- tioned individuals connected with the therapy session against physical harm. "But there was some verbal abuse which the therapy calls for," Flournoy noted. "There is absolutely no evidence of anyone connected with the therapy striking or slapping Mrs. Butler, but physical contact was used," he said. "All evidence indicates that no one Intentionally tried to harm or hurt Mrs. Butler and that.the doctors, in fact, were only trying to help Mrs. Butler," Flournoy said. « He also pointed out that Mrs.. Butler's husband had participated in the therapy . . . "That the doctors were doing what they thought was' best for his wife, but Mr. Butler felt the doctors used poor judgment in using this type of therapy." Both Duley and Smyth, along with their Flagstaff Psychiatric Center Ltd., and 10 other defendants have been named in a $1.2 million damage suit filed on behalf of Flagstaff truck driver Jacob Lucero. Lucero claimed to have been injured from a severe beating while undergoing "rage reduction therapy" for treatment of a back injury. Los Angeles Times Service The insurance company that paid Union Oil Co. $5 million to cover the cost of cleaning the beaches in Santa Barbara, Calif., no longer will provide such coverage to oil firms. Aetna Life and Casualty Co. of Hartford, Conn., recently sent a memo to all field offices explaining that it no longer will insure oil companies against spills. The move is part of a general change in insurance industry policies. The new attitude extends to Ixwdon, where many oil firms had turned to get catastrophe insurance — coverage that starts only after expenses covered by standard policies is exhausted. Even the London insurers are saying "no" to the oil companies. The wreck of the tanker Torrey Canyon off Great Britain wrote an end to insurance coverage of that sort of disaster. Payments for damages totaled more than $7 million. With insurers refusing to cover tanker operators, the oper- ators were forced to set up their own insurance mechanism — a pool, into which all companies contribute. Some oilmen thlnfc their industry will be.forced to follow that pattern. Otherwise, the impact of any new spillage on individual companies could be tremendous. Union Oil said that as a result of the Insurance change, it was making provisions to increase its self - insurance. This means it will set aside more of its revenues to c6ver potential liability losses. A widespread insurance In- dustry retreat from oil pollution coverage became effective earlier this month. The Insurance Rating Board, a national organization whose members include some of the country's most powerful firms, filed a proposed policy exclusion with insurance authorities in all states. Liability insurance policies, the statement said, 'will not cover damages caused by "the discharge, dispersal, release or escape of oil or other petroleum substance or derivative" into any body of water ranging from an oxfean to a pond. The ban is complete, "even though the discharge is sudden and accidental," the board said. Member firms almost invariably follow the IRB recommendations. 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Lgk*»Jd«j 1 H PH, 314.2311 CARSON'S Trill's End MQjftlll RANCH e Large Loll e •*th Hovs* • Bir-B-ft • Picnic- Aw e N*xt to Rilntww M»* ' By day - w*«k — month Camp«rt ft TraUfn Wflcorn* Writ* or c*H <«r r*Mry*tlMit Box (07, Ukeside, «J«» PH 3i*-4«i| Make Kowrvotiorn TEMPLE BAR Marina On Beautiful Lake Mead VACATION ft FISHING PARADISE e Restaurant * Cocktail Lounge «Niw Motel e Trailer Spaces e Campground • 3500' paved Airstrip e Monitor 122.1 Robert E. Snider, Mgr. e 402-747-3400 MEXICAN HAT Jim Hunt's SAN JUAN TRADING POST Scenic Tours throuih Monument Valley MOTEL • CAFE • LOUNGE Ph. 2330-Mexlcan Hat, Utah—Box 155 PAGE DESERT INN MOTEL Breat Family Vacation Spot! _ Complete Hotel Services • Pishing • Golf * Heated Pool 25 W. Uth, DOUGLAS, AZ. 15*07 PHONE 3*4-1477 MONUMENT VALLEY. ARIZ.-VTAH GOULDING'S LODGE "In the Heart of Monument Valley" f«° y inSii!?Hil!h!l!?.A V i l * wl JS? m .2 our uTI'" rooms-Mornings and evening* are Indescribable—Air-condltloned vehicles for your Photoiraphc Trips. • Indian Jewelry • Navajo Rugs • Box 1, Monument Valley, Utah M534 - Ph. Moab, Utah JL 7-1172, car #71 PINE-STRA WBERRY LAKE POWELL Over 1100 ml. shoreline. World's tilth- est arch bridge and highest dam. Rain* bow Bridge-Canyon scenery. Ideal retirement climate. Year 'round fishing. Reasonable rates. Day-Wk.-Mo.-Yr. MODERN — 141 SPACES CHAPMAN'S MOBILE HOME RESORT Box 1105, Page—Phone 645-2521 or Mesa, M4-4U2 Relaxed and Friendly arc the Beautiful Mountain Valleys of PIKE & STRAWBERRY Free Brochure Ch. of Cemm., Box 41, Pint 15544 The Turner's Strawberry Lodge • Good Food • Comfortable, Motel • Service Sta. • Garage 2 Hour Scenic Drlvt from Phoenix 17 Mi. N. of Payion • Ph. 474-2440 COLO. RIVER WILLOW BEACH RESORT 12 Ml. below Hoover Dam on Colorado Rlvel" "Home of the Trophy Trout" Beautiful new Cafe-lfore-Motel- Trailer Court-Campground- Fuel DKk-Mirlni-launchln* Ramp. P.O. Bex 187, loulder City, Nev. Phene »02-767-3311 ACTHKNIB C4H4MlAMMnrBM •LUIWATM MMUMHBK Th* ideal family vacation center fan •• Water •leitlnt • eeodFlskhii • Came Area , «*t*lk*lt*r*l APACHE IND. RES. White River Fishing IS GREAT ,, •ON THE COOL FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION Writ* today lor, Free Map* and •rechur** WHITE MOUNTAIN APACHES VISIT OUR TRIBAL fTORI ATIANCARIOS • Jewelry • Baadwork • Clothing • Baikets Mad* on IM Rgtarvitlen Sow Cofioi AiMclw Indian Rtwrvation Hwy. 70, 20 Mile* •«) gf Globe STRAWBERRY RANCH Nice Clean *9f S JIB PER Housekeeping Cabins! 39 to 40 WEEK • Sleep 4 • Electric Refrigerators * Heat • Laundry Facilities 22 MILES NORTH OF PAYSON PHONE 474-2940 . Ernie and Jon) Rails, Mgrs. Fishin's Good in the White Mountains! The McNARY GENERAL STORE "In the Heart of the Mountains" has everything you need on your vacation! Fishing Supplies • Film • Groceries • Clothing Master Charge ft BankAmerlcard • H. M. OREM, MGR. SPRINGERVILLE SOUTH FORK RANCH S Mi. below Greer Jet. In the White Mountains— Accommodate 2-10 * Heated Pool * Shuffleboard * Recreation Room * Modern Cabins — Everything furn. Box 321, Springervllle • Ph. 133-4455 CANYON COVE In beautiful pines on South Fork Creek — 10 ml. SW of Springervllle. All modern cabins accommodate 1-4. Everything furn. $10 to $14 a day. Ask about SPECIAL JUNE Rates. For Information call Mrs. Virgil Chandler, 9M-4U9. For reservations call 333-4602 or write P.O. Box M3, Springervllle, Az. 85931 ALPINE PAYSON MOUNTAIN MEADOW RANCH ChHsfDpher Creek—23 Ml. NE Payion Comfortable Rustic Cabins—Fishint Write Howard Walker Ml. Meadow Ranch, Payson 15501 or PHONE PHOENIX 27*-34M In Northern Glla County PAYSON VACATIONLAND Summer Fun-Time in the Pinet For Fret Color Brochure Write tot CHAMICR OP COMMERCE Drawer A., Payson, At. 15541 TONTO LUMBER CO. "1L OU |? S 0 ^! 18 'W COMPLETE BUILDING SUPPLIES" • Key end Lock Service • standard Oil Products PAYSON CHRISTOPHER CREEK LODGE-MOTEL Modern Leg ft ften* c*tt*ge* "FISH FROM YOUR PORCH" Relax Away Prom Crowd* W-VH91 N. Saddle Terrace, Pttx. f43-477f, or Payson 47M300 CLOSE TO RIM LAKES CREEKSIDE TRAILER PARK S TM, A N^^oWn V 5; Y r y Christopher Cr**k f hen*) Olive Afhby, 474*3403 Star Rt. 122, Peyton, Ai. ISS41 STAR VALLEY TRADING POST and MOTlL «,I r ,f"* r . Piri f ~.P*. mp-r « W*lceme 0'Nit*s-S*rvice Sl*tlon-Groc*ry-lc* Open Dally » A.M. to Midnight 4 Ml. Bill of P*vt*n on Hwy. 140 "BUNKHOUSE OPEN SOON" •OX \9J1, Pay»M « PHONS 474-3441 PAYSON LIVE MUSIC IVIRY SAT, f.1 * SUPERB FOOD HOTEL - MOTEL . POOL Eddie Wilktr, Ntw M 9 r, PH. Phi. W».3024 PAYSON 474*1937 Lazy D Motel 3 Ml. E. Peyton en Kohl'* Ranch Rd. 12 UNITS — KITCHENETTES • Fully Purn. e Rm. Phones e TV • Swimming Pool • Rate* by day or week Ralph C. H»lswr, Owner •ex 547, P*yson, 15141 • PH. 474-2441 VACATION ON ... GORDON CANYON RANCH ... IN THE PINES Clos* to fishing streams ft lakts 27 Mite* E*st of Payion en Colcwd-Young Roae phon* t45471», Phoenix er write D. V. Tr*at, Box 571, Payson, Ai. 15541 KOHL'S RANCH WJHHAUN'I $QQOO FOR TWO O7 (REG, $51 MUM) 3 Days • 2 nights • 6 meaU each . PHOME 275-1108, PHOENIX ASPEN LODGE In the Ceel Pines • RIDE • FISH • RELAX Family Cabins $15 Day Comp. Furn. (Kitchenettes) Ph. Alpine 13M31S or Tempe M7-727I, Eyes. — Ken ft Norm* Pike TAL-WI-WI-LODGE Modern Unit* • Family style meals Golfing nearby e Private fishing lake* Cocktail Lounge Hunting parties e Guide service Writ* Alpine, Aril. 15*20 Phone 339-4355 JUDD'S RANCH •MODERN HOUSEKEEPING CABINS Private Lake for Guests Fishing and Hunting Licenses Fishing Supplies • Saddle Horses HUNTING IN FALL SEASON Write for rates: IVA S. JUDD Alpine, Aril. 15*20 • Ph. 33M32* MOUNTAIN HI LODGE & TRAILER PARK" • 30 Unit Motel • comp. Furn. • Kitchenettes • Overnights Fishint — Golfing — Horseback Riding Nearby Write or call for reservations Alpine, AZ. |I5)20 • Ph. 339-4311 ff. For A Vacation To Remember . . . GOLFING • FISHING • HUNTING ALPINE COUNTRY CLUB ft GOLF COURSE e Dining Room e Rental Cabins e Club House • Carts Write or phone: Lawrence and Mary Oay Box SS, Alpine, Aril. I5f20. PH. 339-4574 for reservations PINETOP VILLAGE INN FINI MOTEL UNITS 1 and 2 BR. Housekeeping * RESERVATIONS TAKEN NOW FOR WHITE MT. SCENIC RAILROAD BOX 555, PINETOP, AZ. 15935 PHONE 334-2101 Timber Lodge Motel "Open Y*ar Tlound" MODERN UNITS • TV Close to Good Fishing, Ping Foods and Coif Your Hostsi RUBY and AL BODENHAMER Phon* 334-44*3, Plnetop PINECREST • Fully furn. cabin* e Flrepltces • • Gas or electric kitchen* R*y » Evelyn Suavt, Owners-Mgrs. •ex 307, Plnetop, AI. uns. PHONE 334-4521 Pint family vacation resort recommended by our guests! NOW OPEN PONDEROSA PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Featuring • Wilbur's Market • Chalet Liquor* • ESP Shoppe (Ixrr* Special People) • Kay's Carpeting • Earl's Family Shoe Store. Other pro*r***lv* merchants wilt be foining us soon • 85935 PINETOP, ARIZONA BONANZA MOTEL W. end of Pin*top-0p*n all year 15 New and Modern Unit* Hskpng. ft SlMPing *> TV Advance R»wrv»tlon» R*wmmtnd*d ALTON and IMOOENE TURNER PH. 334-4440, Box \U, Pintlop M»35 Pine Gables Lod "A Lodg* gf Ixclusiv* Cgnlliwnlal |rkf*l 0 Prival* Pithing Room Phong* e TV • Adlolnlng Whll* Mt CwTntry Club * Qolf Cogrs*. AUv»fic* (ttMrvatlm Recgm- mtndtd, Own«d A »pef«t«d »y B JHJLMA ft GUY AXLINI •ox I, .PJnttQP. Ai. »5»35 PH.MMIU PINETOP LODGE .• . All EKc. Advanc* Reservations R«comm«nd«d Claude luHer Box 30«, Plnttop, Arii. 15*35, MURPHY'S CABINS HOUSIKIEPINO, FIRfPLACfS ACCOMMODATE TO TEN DAY - WEIK — MONTH PHONE 336-2332 Box 117, Plnetop, Az. «»35 R«y ft Ruth Ecktl STATE ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT 271-8460 27! -8403

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