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KL :•'!;>;: LIC BULLDOG thfe Arizona RepubUc Phoenix, Tues., Nov. 4,1969 fur i i Dog track rules seriously in Phoenix fire More about Continued on Page 19 ing corporations," Jenkins said. "Anybody who has the money and the acquiescence of the permittee can control racing, and you wouldn't know a thing about it." (The Arizona Republic, in a series of stories on the dog tracks, has established that the $50-million Emprise Corp. has gained stock control of all dog and horse tracks in Arizona except Turf Paradise and Western Racing Inc. (Since the stories appeared, The Republic has contacted Ed Axton, secretary of the Kentucky Racing Commission, who said his commission was concerned that Em- prise was buying control of two Kentucky horse tracks. "We always have questions about Emprise," he stated.) Jenkins also alleged irregularities in the timing of races, now handled in the stewards' More about Hopi ouster Continued on Page 19 nue of Flags. There is a dance platform for the Hopi dancers and five life-size examples of Indian homes. Fitzwater said the village was placed at that site at the behest of the Arizona Indian Association. He said the association requested the site after meeting with fair officials to discuss the fate of the Indian Village, which they strongly supported. Solution to the Indian housing problem in the future, Fitzwater suggested, would be the erection of a permanent authentic village where the Indian dancers arid exhibitors could be housed. He estimated such a village could be built for $10,000, compared to a cost of about $3,000 for the Indian house exhibit now flanking the Avenue of Flags. Approximately 12 Indian women who are exhibiting items in the Indian Arts and Crafts Building are living in the basement of that building. Fitzwilliam said the makeshift accommodations were authorized several years ago in lieu of letting the Indians fend for themselves. The Indian women sleep on cots and have lavatory facilities, but they lack hot water for bathing. Some of the Indian women, as did the dancers, told a reporter for The Arizona Republic that they prefer to live at the fairground "close to their work." Said Naquayouma on that point: '"We would prefer to live here at the fairground so that we don't have to 'risk' ourselves traveling." GOP women's group will meet Tuesday The Maricopa County Coordinating Council of Federated Republican Women will meet at 9:30 a.m. today in the Garden Room of the Town and Country Shopping Center, 2121 E. Camelback. Rep. Frank Kelley, R-Maricopa, chairman of the joint Legislative Interim Study Committee on Health and Welfare, will report on possible legislation concerning Medicaid, health agency coordination and welfare. The public is invited. TB HOSPITALS TO GO FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) The Kentucky Tuberculosis Hospital Commission has recommended phasing out the state's six TB hospitals over the next decade. They have been operating at about half capacity, room away from public view, and he asked that the commission require the Funks to install an electronic infield clock at all tracks. Commissioners showed increased interest when Jenkins alleged that owners and trainers must clear through Funks' racing director, Don Wootten, in order to obtain state licenses to run dogs. Goodman challenged Jenkins to prove that. Jenkins then called to the microphone his brother, Sam, president of the dog owners association. Sam Jenkins related that about two weeks ago, his wife took a properly filed - out trainers license application to Wootten and was refused a permit to race. R. F. Kilpatrick, state steward at Phoenix, stood up and informed the hearing that the application was refused because it failed to meet a time deadline. Jenkins also asked the commission to stop two practices he said are occurring: racing a Grade 1 dog in a Grade 2 race, and changing entrants in a race after post positions are drawn. Cheifetz launched his short presentation by calling the Jenkins group "a dissident minority" among dog owners and presenting a petition by dog owner Robert Thorne disassociating himself and 25 others from Jenkins" presentation. Board member George Murphy later asked those in the, audience who supported what Jenkins said to stand up- Some 40 of the 60 persons in the room rose to their feet, including Rep. Leon Thompson, D-Maricopa. A Phoenix man was burned seriously in a house fire and a 14-year-old youth escaped serious injury in a chemistry set explosion yesterday, fire department officials reported. A frame house and a garage were also destroyed in separate blazes, officials said. VERGIL Gadberry, about 50, was reported in serious condition at the Maricopa County Hospital with first, second and third degree burns on the upper portions of his body. He also suffered severe smoke inhalation, investigators said. Gadberry suffered the injuries when he apparently fell asleep while smoking a cigarette on a couch at his residence at 4555 N. 17th Ave. Mike Christman, the son of Mrs. Lois Christman of 2021 W. Flower, received minor burns while working with a chemistry set at his home, investigators said. He was treated at St. Joseph's Hospital and released. CAPT. John Brodersen said vandals apparently started a fire which gutted a vacant frame house at 728 W. Broadway. The owner of the structure was not known, Brodersen said. He described the building as being in poor condition. An electrical fire at 2439 E. Flower destroyed a garage containing appliances and other goods, officials said. The owner of the garage was identified as Marion Mawby. 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