Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 44
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 44

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
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REPUBLI8 -CITY MAIL,' The A f '*fora Republic IS Phoenfr, -Him*., Jon« 18,1970 2 pickets arrested on reservation By BILL BRE1WAN PARKER — Two persons fere arrested yesterday for •espassing when tiiey alleg*' ly crossed the Colorado iver Indian Reservation lundary with picket signs. 5 * FDolores sident , arm C. .Huerta, vice t the fowl, United ittae, «nd attorney Noel Jan Fide! > ^*^B freed on nds of ^tt.igfrdh. ^y w6te of 100 pefswiwi who were testing ro^ wages at a 300- re cantaloupe field one-half rnile sooth of ft Neither Mrs. fiferfa not del gave officers their home tOWnS. V 1 - ; '-••• : . ,/ -M-]: ;•;';-. In'all attempt to. keep the pickets frpjft protestihg at lattns on trfc rteervatfon, tit* tribal council" ofdefefl a road- bloc* set 1$ Toesda> 'on the boundary at, a point 40 miles south of hete and 3 miles north of U.S. 60-70. A series of talks and negotiations between the protestors and tribal officials was held yesterday, but no settle- Javajo quits BIA to oppose Nakai > WINDOW ROCK - Jde Wat- fin, 39, Bureau of Indian Af- Birs are a tribal operations jfficer for the Navajo tribe, fis submitted his resignation, jffective June 26, in order to un for Navajo tribal chair- Ban. ;."In as much as I have sub- my resignation, I here- with wish to offer my candidacy for the esteemed office of chairman of the great Navajo nation," he said. Watson, who has been with the tribal operations office for four years, is seeking the post presently held by Raymond Nakai, a candidate for re-election. flfient was ^ reached 1 , it was ' learned..' The .tribal council held a special meetmg Tuesday night and parsed a resolution authorizing the Arizona Highway Patrol, th6 Ynma County sheriff's office and the Bureau of Indian Affairs to assist the tribe ir! periods of emergency. Farm union leader Richard Chavez said the pickets were trying to better the lot of poor farm workers and asked the tribe to be fair and allow them on the reservation to organize and picket peacefully. This would be beneficial to tribal members working in the fields, he said. Tribal Chairman Adrian Fisher replied that the Indians are suspicious of unions because Indians have not been allowed into them over the years. He said that, as landlords for the agricultural lessees, the tribe could not allow the harvesting of the crop to be endangered. Style question academic here HOMESTEAD, Pa. (AP) The maxi-msniskirt debate became academic on a city street yesterday. For a few minutes, any length garment would have done for a working girl temporarily without one. Witnesses said a young commuter waiting for a bus stood too close to a curb and a passing truck hooked her skirt, tore it off and carried it away. Several other commuter's, all male, encircled her while one of their number hailed the truck driver and retrieved the skirt. Backs remained turned while she restored her modesty. Minutes later the bus arrived and she rode off to work. NAVY IN THE CITADEL WASHINGTON (AP) - The Navy yesterday announced it will establish a Reserve Officers Training Corps unit at The Citadel in Charleston, S.C. High court petitioned to overrule JP The Pima County prosecutor's office yesterday petitioned the Arizona Supreme Court to prohibit a justice of the p e a c e from ruling on a constitutional question in his preliminary hearing in a marijuana-possession case. The question before Justice of the Peace Joe Jacobson of Pima County's fourth precinct is admissibility of evidence alleged by the defense to have been obtained by an unconstitutional search. Contending that the exclusion of evidence on constitutional grounds is beyond a justice court's power, the prosecution petition alleges that Jackson has given notice of his intention to rule on the constitutional issue anyway. The defendant in the case is Dennis Keith Schmidkunz. The Supreme Court will hear the prosecutor's petition at 10 a.m. June 23. Phoenix captain is re-elected state FOP president Northern Arizona Bureau FLAGSTAFF—Vance Bingaman, a captain with the Phoenix Police Department, was re-elected state lodge president of the Fraternal Order of Police in concluding sessions of the organization's 33rd annual conference here yesterday. Other elected officers included Ed Broad of Phoenix, vice president; Jim Birmingham of Yuma, secretary; Bill Brady of Flagstaff, treasurer; Bill Acree of Winslow, guard; FILM ON UN REJECTED UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP)—A special committee rejected a plan to produce a half-hour film on United Nations history to mark this year's 25th anniversary of the organization, officials said. Fred Grantbam of Tempe, chaplain, and C. J. Malley of Bisbee, conductor. The 100 delegates concluded their business with a single, all-encompassing resolution — to work for a compulsory arbitration bill for law enforcement officers hi the coming state legislative session. Such a bill was endorsed by national FOP president John J. Harrington of Philadelphia. You II fravel much cooler if you bring fhis ad to us on or before June 20, 1970. We II give you a 10% discount on any of our custom fabricated car screens of Shadow Screen. Rear window is fabricated in polished aluminum frame and installed with the angle of the glass to block and reflect 70% of the sun's damaginq rays. Protect your car's up-holstery and keep your car 20 deqrees cooler. We have the convenient roll-type for all doors. 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