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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 20

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HfcPu 10 f hfe Arizona iftep CHASER D&NN1S THE MENACE By #<mfc Ketchnm "Could you call back tomorrow, Mrs. Gilson? My mother already got all the latest news from three other ladies this morning!" Six accused skyjackers given speedy hearings Associated Press PLATTSBURGH, N.Y.-Six accused American airplane hijackers, neatly dressed and quiet, were given speedy hearings yesterday en route to various American cities and legal action that could, under the maximum penalty, bring the death sentence. '" A court-appointed attorney said the six had been jailed in Cuba since they arrived, one by one, in airplanes hijacked over the United States. Attorney William Quinlap, named by U.S. Commissioner Joseph Kelly to represent Robert Lee Sandlin, 19, of Wichita Falls, Tex., said Sandlin personally arranged his release from Cuba. Sandlin and the other five accused hijackers appeared before Kelly yesterday on the subject of removal to.-the cities where the original federal complaints were filed against them. All six waived the right to a preliminary hearing. Charged with violating the federal air piracy law, the six are Sandlin; Raymond Anthony Sr., 56, of Baltimore, an unemployed automobile salesman; Thomas Bohle, 22, of Michigan City, Ind., described ive charges filed in Italy on Marine ROME (AP) - A Rome prosecutor ended his preliminary investigation of plane hijacker Raphael Minichiello last .night after police lodged five charges against the 20- year-old U.S. Marine. Minichiello was interrogated twice by Massimo Carli, assistant prosecutor, for the second successive day. Carli will turn over the results of his investigation to a judge for an official, but secret pretrial investigation, Minichiello, who arrived in Rome early Saturday aboard the Trans World Airlines Boeing 707 he hijacked from California to his native Italy, was reported in good health in his isolation cell. . Carli said he did not rule out a psychiatric examination for Minichiello. Under Italian law, the decision is up to the judge who will assume! formal investigation of the case. The judge can reject or accept, wholly or in part, the charges so far lodged by police against the hijacker. The charges are: kidnaping, violence, and importing, posses, sion and carrying weapons of war. No charges have been filed on the hijacking itself, pending further investigation. The crimes charged carry sentences up to 19 years imprisonment. -BACKACHE- Painful Joints You long to ease those pains, even temporarily, until the cause is cleared up. Why not join millions ot other users and try DeWitt's Pills? Famous for over 60 years, DeWitt's Pills contain an analgesic to reduce pain, and a mild diuretic to help eliminate retained fluids, thus flushing out bladder wastes which can cause such pains. DeWitt's Pills often succeed where others fail. If pain persists, always consult your dpctor, but first, try ••DeWitt's PillH as a dropout from Purdue University; Thomas J. Boynton Jr., 32, an assistant professor at Western Michigan University; Joseph C. Crawford, 28, a native of St. Simons Island, Ga., and Thomas George Washington, 29, of Gary, Ind. Kelly said Sandlin would be taken to Savannah, Crawford to El Paso, Anthony to Baltimore, and Washington, Boyle and Boynton to Miami, Fla. Washington appeared more distressed than ttie other five. He returned to the United States with his 4-year-old daughter, Jennifer, and broke down and cried Sunday morning when, on the original arraignment, he looked at an American flag hanging in the courtroom. The girl was not in the Clinton County jail room yesterday afternoon. Washington said he had spoken to a lawyer in Gary and seemed surprised when Kelly told him he would be transported to Miami to face charges. A Cana d i a n immigration spokesman said the six arrived in Canada asking only transit privileges. Canadian authorities took them from a freighter docking at Montreal and transported them to the Champlain border point where U.S. officials took charge. Commissioner Kelly set bail ranging from $100,000 to $200,000 each. Total bail was $750,000. The schedule under which the six will be sent out will be decided by the U.S. Marshal's office in Utica, N.Y. TIME CERTIFICATES OF DEPOSIT V 4000 North Central Ph. 277-557 Hospital sale Williams asked to scout chances for free cars for driver training profits given bondholders Those people whose money built "nonprofit" MaryvaJe Community Hospital are entitled to nearly $1 million profit derived from the sale of the hospital to Good Samaritan Hospital, a federal judge ruled yesterday. In what will likely be one of the last orders signed .regarding the bankruptcy of Maryvale, U.S. District Court Judge Carl A. Muecke said that if it had not been for- the bondholders, the hospital would not have been built. He noted also that the bondholders who brought suit to put the hospital in bankruptcy are the ones that brought about its revival. When the hospital was tin-own into bankruptcy in 1963, it listed liabilities of $3,853,885 and assets of $1,508,241. It listed less than $15,000 cash on hand. Under the court's trusteeship, the hospital was reorganized, and eventually sold to Good Samaritan in August 1968 for $5,110,000. After all creditors had been paid off, there was a $956,500 balance. Trustee Frank Dunning wanted to distribute these funds to the bondholders, but the State of Arizona said that since the hospital was incorporated as a nonprofit institution, any profit left after the sale should go to the state. Muecke ruled against the state and ordered Dunning to give the bondholders the $956,500. Gov. Williams was asked to sound out the national automobile firms yesterday to see if they will continue to furnish free "courtesy" cars if Arizona should adopt a compulsory driver education law next year. The request was made by the Joint Legislative Transportation Committee at the behest of its subcommittee on driver training education and the governor's traffic safety group. After listening to the subcommittee's recommendations, the parent committee, headed by Sen. Mike Farren, R-Maricopa, agreed that a compulsory program ought to be instituted in the high schools. It was estimated that the program would cost the state $.1.5 million the first year for teaching personnel but much LIBYA KING EXILED ALEXANDRIA, Egypt (UPI) - King Idris, the deposed monarch of Libya, arrived from Greece and headed for Cairo where he will establish residence. He was overthrown on Sept. 1. more if behind - the - wheel equipment also had to be purchased. In Phoenix Union High School, which has about 25 percent of the state's high school population, the program would involve the acquisition of 200 new automobiles, officials said. Phoenix Union* now has a driver training program but does not provide for behind- the-wheel training, it was pointed out. Under the proposed legislation, teen-agers could not obtain a driving license until they were 18 years old unless they completed the driver training course which would be offered in the sophomore year. 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