Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 15, 1970 · Page 46
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 46

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, August 15, 1970
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Two couples Hearing set mark 50th anniversary uesda ALL a?J7.., ; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Corsage The Rev. and Mrs. W. Ray Corsage, 6012 S. Third Ave., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary with an open house tomorrow at the First Baptist Church of South Phoenix from 2 to 5 p.m. The hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. Elza L. Huey. The Gorsages were married in Denver Aug. 18, 1920, and moved to Arizona in 1929. •They have one son, Walter Ray Jr. in the Navy at Jacksonville, Fla.j and five grandchildren. Mr. Corsage has been in the ministry for 45 years and is now retired. The Rev. Joel Eidsness, pastor of Trinity Bible Church, will officiate in the reaffirmation of their wedding vows. e e e Mr. and Mrs. Aristeo Edh- eveste, 2217 E. Roosevelt, SAN MANUEL-A hearing to decide whether to make permanent a temporary restraining order against wildcat pickets at a mine project site here is set for 10 a.m. Tuesday in Superior Court in Florence. Pickets remained yesterday at the Cementation Co. of America site where a wildcat strike by 80 workers has disrupted since July 28 work on two shafts at the San Manuel mine of Magma Copper Corp. Cementation fired the striking employes Aug. 3. William Henderson, project manager, said yesterday his company could not negotiate . because the union is 'not backing the strike. "We have an agreement to negotiate only with Local 50," he said. r 'This is a splinter group that has been disavowed by the union. They are hot even employed by us anymore." Members of District 50 Allied and Technical Union, the employes struck for an additional $3 an hour over the $4.15 an hour base pay. The workers later filed a petition with the state mine inspector protesting unsafe conditions at the two shafts. Henderson said the original petition by the workers had not mentioned safety. He said the company had been given a "clean bill of health only last week by state mine inspector Verne McCutchean." Joe Cline, chairman of the strikers negotiating committee, said, "Safety has been ana remains the major issue." According to Cline, the number of strikers could reach 2,000. He claimed other workers were sympathetic to the strike. Henderson said he had found no indication of sympathy from other workers. Cline said none of the striking men had admitted considering returning to work for the company, but there could be a few planning to return. Henderson said 12 men had called, 'asking to return to work. "We will consider rehiring most of the men," Henderson said. "Some of them we don't want back," he added. Cementation has been seeking workers 'to replace those discharged. Henderson said the work stoppage had put the company behind schedule on the project, but that some of the work is continuing with non- striking employes. Echevestes were married in Globe Aug. 10,1920. They have eight children, Mrs. Vera Greger _(Jf Portland, Ore., Mrs. Garni en Steam of Phoenix, Mrs. Balbina Wells, Minnie Echevesta, Alphonso, and Frank, all of Phoenix, Sammy who fives in Italy, and Frank of Tempe. They also have 17 grandchildren. of okays distribution 9 million to Hualapais 3 killed in soccer riot DACCA, Pakistan (AP) Fighting broke out between police and spectators yesterday at a soccer match honoring the 23rd anniversary of Pakistan's independence. Police said three persons were killed and 82 were hospitalized with injuries. Distribution of a $2,974,612 judgment to Arizona's Huala- pai Indian Tribe for land illegally seized by the federal government has been authorized fay the U.S. House, Rep. Sam Steiger, R-Ariz., announced yesterday; The tribe hired legal counsel in 1950 and filed suit with MORE COSMETICS NEW DELHI (AP) - Indian exports of cosmetics doubled in value in five years, from $1.12 million in 1964 to $2.3 million in 1969 — largely because of the demand for products containing sandalwood oil, the government reported. the Indian Claims Commission asking compensation. In April 1968, the commission conceded that the Huala- pais had been wronged and established the $2.9 - million settlement. Steiger introduced the bill to give Congress legal authority to carry out the judgment There are 1,035 Indians in the Hualapai Tribe, 750 of them living on the reservation, Steiger said. The tribe has proposed to distribute 25 per cent of the judgment on a per capita basis. Approximately $1 million will go to create jobs for the Indians and to develop tribal resources. 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