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BULLDOG 28 The Arizona Republic »• Oil cleanup massivee in Bridgeport BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — Booms, skimmers and pumpers - all the paraphernalia used to remove oil from the surface of the sea — were in 'fiction yesterday as crews laWred to cleari up an oU spa! of m,m gallons in Bridgeport Harbor. TOe artHtfid. the- clock op- f ra |on wss expected to con- tintas for at least two more days. companies kept vigil in casf the oil. burst into flame, wraje floating booms kept the ml;6ottled up in the Johnson's Cre^k area. The oil, which spilled from a ruptured pipeline between a tanker and a storage tank early Monday, was taking its toll -in paint and caulking off the hulls of pleasure boats moojed ' at the Bast End Yacht Club and plastic floats benfiath the docks. Tfte pleasure boats were hel* captive at the marina beciuse of the danger of fire beirtg started by their engines. Dead fish floated in the oil while the shor6 was coated with the stuff by the ebb and flow of the tides. "Mabel's astrologist said she'd meet a space authority, and sure enough, she's dating our parking-lot boy!" Uddll deplores dirty technology ASPEN, Colo. (AP)-"There is not a city in America that is not less livable today than it was a decade ago," former Interior Secretary Stewart Udall told nearly 900 persons here. Udall, addressing the 20th annual International Design Conference yesterday, said he doesn't agree with "doomsday" prophets, but said their attitudes are better than "going down the primrose path giving off the idea that we are so skillful and clever that no matter how much destruction we produce, technology can somehow manipulate and redirect it." 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 London, where many oil firms had turned (o 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 tank-. Torrey Canyon off Great Br|t^ ain 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- * ' suspending coverage to oil firms against spills ators were forced to set up their own insurance mechanism — a pool, into which all companies contribute. Some oilmen think 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 cover 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 ocean 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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The most outstanding tour In the Southwest. • Motel • cafeteria • Open Daily During Season JUSTIN'S ™BS: |IID 474-5443, Box 548, Chinle, Ax. 14503 SEDONA-OAK CREEK HAWKEYE TRAVEL TRAILER PARK • 40 Complete Hookup Spaces « Fishing for Young * All • Horseback Riding •; Jeep Tours Available Bex 247, Sedona, Ax. 86336 282-3449 Shirley Haw*. Mgr. SLIDE ROCK MOTEL "In Oak Creek Canyon" NOW, OPEN under new management. Bob A Betty Shelton, owners-man. Star Rt. 3, Sedone . . ; Ph. 312-3511 JUNIPINE "CABINS BY THE CREEK" Rougl it in comfort In hskpg cabins completely furnished with dishes, utensus, linens, refrigerators and Butane cooking Steves. • • Groceries e .Fishing Supplies Joan and Tommy Anderson Oak >Creek Star Rt., Flagstaff, Az. , Ph. 2*2-3371, Scdona Writ* or Call for Free Brochure —D6N HOEL'S CABINS — Furnished Modem Housekeeping cabins FINE INDIAN JEWELRY KACHINAS * RUGS Tackle-Oroceries-Llcenssa Phene 282-3560. SedeHej Writf Oak Creek Rt. Flagstaff, Atv 1*001 RAfS PDQ MARKET WY. 8*A~SIQONA OPEN 7 AM-1 I PM Every Day Orpceries e Fresh Meats Beer e Picnic Supplies PHONE 282-3M9 Gary Gross, Prop. Box 1409. Sedona 86334 CtyRONADO TRAIL : IXPLORI! * Tht Historic 'Scenic, AH Payed dORONADO 1 TRAIL Route of tht Cgnqulttadores COUNTY Miles CIIHon t» Alpine e| Fabulous Mountain vistas e! Beautiful Forests «f |Pln* ft Aspen Spot to Hunt! Fish! A^Rockhound'j Paradise , For Ywr Brochvr* Wrlla B»x 12)7, Clifton, Ax. »»J3 GREENLEE COUNTY Ct;orCthfcf Of Com GOLF at COOL SHOW LOW COUNTRY CLUB Daily and Monthly Guest Rates Box 447, Show Low, 85901. PH. 537-4485 PRESCOTT PRESCOTTONIAN MOTEL • Kitchenettes «t. Refrigeration • Electric Heat • Television • Tubs ft Showers* Phones 1317E. Guriey • 445-3096 Neil a, Jeanne Hurt, Owners SUNSET HILLS RESTAURANT • Quality Food—Well Prepared • Banquet Facilities Stan aV Virginia Power, Owner-Mgrs. 1!W E. GURLEY—HWY 89 EAST PRESCOTT • PH. 445-1031 SIERRA MOTEL "Your Prestige Address in Prescott" e Refrigeration • Phones • color-TV • Tubs • Showers • 43 Foot Heated Pool Carte Blanche—American Express—Diners Club- Master Charge—BankAmericard Ted and Jeanne Nebeker—Managing Owners U.S. HIWAY 89 SOUTH - PRESCOTT - PH. 445-1250 GREER MOLLY BUTLER LODGE HOME COOKED FOOD Cocktail Lounge • Modern Rooms • Horseback Riding Rue & Maggie Klmbali PHONE GREER 333-4931 GREER LODGE Small;— Exclusive — Open All Year ' • American Plan • Family Style Meals Elec. Heat e Private Baths PHONE 333-4739, GREER Ethel.and Elmer Bellinger, your hosts DELUXE MOBILE HOME _ PARK I GREER'LAKES & LITTLE COLORADO RIVER •••';.•' Prlvafe Trout Lakes " 34 Modern Spaces - Public Showers - Campers * travel Trailers Welcome e Rental unllii Comp. Furn. MUw Dally and Monthly Rates e call or Writ* Fay Lawrence, 333-4420 • Oreer, Ariz. 15927 > P.O. Box 5257, Pheenlx e Phone 258-7911 LAKESIDE Lakeside Ai. 15929 Off the Highway Ph. 334-4584 1 and 2 Bedroom Cabins Kitchenettes — $12 and up HOMESTEAD CAFE Delicious Breasted Chicken ._.• Dining Room Open Dally e 'The best in Home Cooking ft Baking' e All M«nu Items to Go e BankAmericard e .Master Charge Aretta and jtoon Fish LAKESIDE e' PH. 336-4362 BLUERIDGE fully Improved Whlta Mountain lots In tall timber. PINITOMAKiSIDI AREA • Realistic Prices • Easy Terms • DELTA REALTY Box |7), Lakeside, Ai. 85929. Te|; 334-2115 e BOATS e BAIT e TACKLE e HpUSBKEBWNO CABINS On Rainbow Lake CONRAD'S FISHING RESORT "Whore the Trout are Big" Box 45$, Lakeside, 15929 PH. 334-2271 e Ray I, Ruby Conrad MKKS - STREAMS HIDDEN REST LODGE "IN '"The- PINK" .All, ilM' I and 2 IR<^(llch«natt(* 4 Mi. B. on Show Low-McNary Hy. 17} ' . CARL MC NO Box 424, Laketldg — Ph. 3J4.»1| Trail's End MOBILE RANCH f Large U»» e »ajh Ho»sf e Bar-B-Q e Picnic Area e Next to Rainbow Lake By d»v _ week — month Camper! «, Trailers Welcome Write or call (or reservations Box 407, Lakeside., W«» PH 3M-46J8 Moke TEMPLE BAR Marino On Beautiful Lake Mead VACATION & FISHING PARADISE ?. R . M ,'"M? Bt • c °e k »«ll Lounge e New Mo l*l • Trailer Spaces e Campground •3500' Paved Airstrip e Monitor 122.8 Robert E. Snider, Mgr. • 402-747-3400 MEXICAN HAT Jim Hunt's SAN JUAN TRADING POST Scenic Tours through Monument Valley MOTEL • CAFE • LOUNGE Ph. 2320-MexTcjn Hat, Utah—Box 155 PAGE LAKE POWELL Over 1800 ml. shoreline. World's highest arch bridge and highest dam. Rainbow Bridge-canyon scenery. Ideal retirement climate. Year 'round fishing. Reasonable rates. Day-Wk.-Mo.-Yr. MODERN — 148 SPACES CHAPMAN'S MOBILE HOME RESORT Box 1105, Page—Phone 445-J521 or Mesa, 964-4832 COLO. RIVER WILLOW BEACH RESORT 12 Mi. befow Hoover' Dam on Colorado River . "Home of the Trophy Trout" Beautiful new Cafe-Store-Mctel- Trallor Court-Campground- Fuel Oock-Marlna-Launcnfrig Ramp. P.O. Box 187, Boulder City, Nev. Phone 602-767-3311 ACTteem UUIWaTII MaJUWMM Tht Id.oj'lomll'y vocation l»nl«r (on • Water fkiuif • Oama Area die* Shelters) for Information: •UMWA1M ••u)»1,m»tnWiOr.< M8WM, AMXMaV BI34M APACHE IND. RES. White River Fishing Ijf GREAT ,, I ON THE COOt FORT APACHE INDIAN RESERVATION Write today for Free Maps and Brochure* ... yHireMOUNTAIN -.v RJCRKATION BNTiRPRIH •ox afl e Whlfarlver, AI. 06 APACHES VISIT OUR TRIIAI, STORI AT SAN CARLOS t Jewelry a) Beadwork • Clothing • Made oi) the Reiervativn San Carloi Apach« Indian Reservation Hwy.' 10, jo MUM Bait of oioM Marvin Mull, frU»«r f Clialrma7 A Great Family Vacation Spoil • Complete Hotel Services • Fishing • Golf • Heated Pool 25 W. 14th, DOUGLAS, AZ. 85407 PHONE 344-8477 MONUMENT VALLEY, ARIZ.-VTAH GOULDING'S LODGE "In the Heart of Monument Valley" • Indian Jewtlry o Navaje Rugs • Box 1, Monument Valley, Utah 14534 _ Ph. Moab, Utah JL Mm, car #72 PINE-STRA WBERRY Relaxed and Friendly ar« th* Beautiful Mountain Valleys of PINE & STRAWBERRY frtt Brochure Cn. of Comm., BOX 41, Pine 1554* The Turner's Strawberry Lodge O Good Food O Comfortable Motel O Service Sta. O Garage 2 Hour Scenic Drive from Phoenix 77 Ml. N. of Parson • Ph. 474-2444 STRAWBERRY RANCH '; Nice Clean t9f tmm PER Housekeeping cablnsi 00 to 40 WEEK e Sleep 4 e Electric Refrigerators ft Heat 22 MILES NORTH OF PAYSON Ernie and Jenl Rails, Mgrs. • Laundry Facilities PHONE 474-2940 PAYSON MOUNTAIN MEADOW RANCH Christopher Creek—23 Ml. NE Payson Comfortable Rustic Cabins—Fishing Write Howard Walker Mt. Meadow Ranch, Payson 15501 or PHONE PHOENIX 278-3491 In Northern Gilo County PAYSON VACATIONLAND Summer Fun-Time In the Pines For Free Color Brochure Write to: CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Drawer A., Payson, Az. 15541 CHRISTOPHER CREEK LODGE-MOTEL . Modern Log « Stem Cottage* • ; "FISH FROM YOUR PORCHT - Relax Away From Crowds Ashby-ioioi N. saddle TiTrate; MX. 943-4779, or Payson 478-4300 CLOSE TO RIM LAKES CREEKSIDE TRAILER PARK Creek , Phone Olive Ashby, 474-3403 Star Rt. 122, Payion, Az. 85541 STAR VALLEY TRAPING POST and MOTEL -Trailer Park - Campers Welcome O'Nites—Service Station—Grocery-Ice Opon Dally 4 A.M. to Midnight 1 .4 Ml, Ent of Paysen on Hwy. 140 "BUNKHOUSE OPEN SOON'' «»* 1»V, Payson e PHONE 474-2441 , PAYSON LIVE MUSIC EVERY (AT. M HOTEL - MOTEL - POOL Eddie Walker, New Mgr. r»H, Phx. «3°.3024 PAYSON Lazy D Motel e Fully Furn. e Rm. Phones e TV • Swimming Pool e Rales by day or week Ralph C. Helsser, Owner Box 547, Payson, 15541 • PH. 474-2441 _ _ __ VACATION ON ... GORDON CANYON RANCH • • • IN THE PINES Close to (lining streams ft lakes 27 Miles East of Payson on Colcord-Young Rota Phone 941-4719, Phoenix or writ* D. V. Treat, Jiox :__sn, Payson, AI. 15541 KOHL'S RANCH HSWKMM't »39 I 00 FOR TWO (REQ.$55VAIUP 3 Days • 2 nights • 6 meals each PHONE 275-1108, PHOENIX ^™^^™»«ailM"eBll»aiig«gl 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 O Groceries O Clothing Master Charge A BankAmericard • H. M. OREM, MGR SPRINGERVILLE SOUTH FORK RANCH 5 Ml. below Greer Jet. In the White Mountains— Accommodate MO * Heated Pool * Shuifleboard r * Recreation Room * Modern Cabins— Everything furn. Box 321, Sprlngerville • Ph. 333-4455 CANYON COVE — In beautiful pines on South' Fork Creek — 10 ml. SW of SprlnwrvHIe. All modern cabins accommodate 14, Everything furn. $10 to JM •'day. Ask about SPECIAL JUNE Rales. For Information call Mrs., Virgil Chandler, 943-4429. For reservations call 333-4402 or write P.O. Box* 343, Springervllle, Az. (5931 ALPINE , ASPEN LODGE In the Ceel Pines • RIDE • FISH • RELAX Family Cabins SIS Day _ Comp. Furn. (Kitchenettes) Ph. Alpine 339-43)5 or Tempe 947-7278, Eves. — Ken & Norma Pike TAL-WI-WI-LOOGE Modern Units • Family style meals Golfing nearby • Private fishing lakes Cocktail Lounge Hunting parties • Guide service Write Alpine, Ariz. 85920 Phone 33M355 JUDD'S RANCH • MODERN HOUSEKEEPING CABINS . , Private Lake for Guests Fishing and Hunting Licenses Fishing Supplies • Saddle Horse* HUNTING IN FALL SEASON Write for rates; IVA S. JUDO- Alpine, Ariz. 15*20 • Ph. 33»-4324 MOUNTAIN HI LODGE & TRAILER PARJT • 30 Unit Motel • comp. Purn. • Kitchenettes e Overnights Fishing — Golfing — .Horseback Riding Nearby Write or call for reservations Alpine, Az. |85920 • Ph. 339-4111 For A Vacation To Remember . . . GOLFING • FISHING • HUNTING ALPINE COUNTRY CLUB & GOLF COURSI I "•"'•' C»»>lns • Club House • Carts Write or phone: Lawrence and Mary Gay Box SS, Alpine, Ariz. 15*20. PH. 339-4574 for reservations VILLAGE INN FINE MOTEL UNITS 1 and 2BR Housekeeping Timber Lodge Motel "Open Year 'Round" MODERN UN ITS • TV Close to Good Fishing, Fine Foods and Golf Your Hostst RUBY and AL BODENHAMER Phone 4J4-4443, Plnetop * RESERVATIONS TAKEN NOW FOR WHITE MT. SCENIC RAILROAD Box 555, PINETOP, AZ. 85931 PHONE 334-2101 PINECREST ay Fully furn. cabins e Fireplaces ^ ? 2". w !«KlrW Mlenens « . Bex 307, Pinetop, Ai. • • PHONE JM-4111 Fine family vacation recommended by our guetttl NO W OPE H PONDEROSA PLAZA SHOPPING CENTER Featuring • Wilbur's Market • Chalet Liquorj g) ESP Shoppe (Extra Special People) f) Kay 1 * Carpeting • Earl's Family Shot Store. Other progressive merchant* will be iolnini us soon PINETOP, ARIZONA BONANZA MOTEL W. eitf of IMnetop-open all year 15 New «nd Modern Units Hikpng. * Sleeping e .TV Advance Reservations Kecommejided LTON and IMOOENE TURNER f*t» 85935 in*? _.„,.. "A Lod«» 9l fxciuslya . ., OPEN ALL YEAR Cofltinuital »*«« $ Prlvite P Ropm «honai * TV e Ai White M, country Club ft C9Mrse. AUvanw Reservatloju mended. Owned ft operata<| by THELMA ft OUY^AXUNI _Bo« I, Plnetop, Ai. M9M Ph. lnlmi Oolt w l^lTOj^|Wfl^ (2 Advance Box, 304, rinatw, Arli. MURPHY'S CABIMS HOUSIKIIPING, FIRIPLACIS ACCOMMODATI TO TIN PAY — WEIK — MONTH n< PHONE 334-J332 . BOX 117, Plnetop, Al. 8593J ' Ray ft Ruth gekai C TATF ADVFPTISING DFPAPTMFNT 7 i

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