Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 46
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 46

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REPUBLIC „ BULLDOG |B The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Thnrs., June 18,1970 International hotel chain * to merge with UAL, Inc. United Press International SEATTLE — A merger agreement was signed yesterday J>y Western International Hotels Co. and a wholly own<a subsidiary of United Air Lines. The signing was announced by Edward E. Carlson, chairman* of the hotel company, and G. E. Keck, president of UAL, Inc., the air lines subsidiary. Under the agreement, 1.3 shares of new series of preferred stock will be issued by UAL, Inc., for each share of Western International Hotels ^common stock outstanding. PUERTO RICO FLOODED SAN JUAN, P.R. (AP) Two weeks of heavy rain forced Puerto Rican rivers over their banks, yesterday, causing evacuation of 800 persons from their homes, at least two deaths and widespread damage. The new preferred stock will have an annual dividend rate of 40 cents a share and after July 31, 1973, will become convertible into common stock of UAL, Inc., on a share - for - share basis, Carlson explained. Upon consummation of the merger, the name of the new subsidiary, WIH Co., will be changed to Western International Hotels Co. The hotel firm will continue to operate as a separate entity with its own board of directors and present hotel managemnt. Western hotels are situated in the United States, Canada and 12 other countries. The merger agreement will be submitted for stockholder consideration at meetings tentatively set for July 23 for the hotel company and July 30 by UAL, Inc. Style question academic here HOMESTEAD, Pa. (AP) The maxi-miniskirt 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 commuters, 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. Richardson: Brink's guard killed in Florida holdup try 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. State Dept. not ignored WASHINGTON (AP) - Undersecretary of State Elliot L. Richardson denied yesterday that the administration has bypassed the State Department in foreign policy making. But he acknowledged that U.S. diplomats were not widely consulted in advance of the U.S. military foray into Cambodia. "In general I feel that . . . is a mistaken impression," Richardson replied when asked whether State Department officials had an inadequate role in foreign policy decisions. Richardson, who becomes secretary of health, education and welfare next week, said advance knowledge of the Cambodian operation was kept limited in order to avoid leaks. This "has created problems" in the State Department but is not a typical situation, he said. United Press International JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A Brink's security guard was slain and another wounded yesterday in a gun battle with three holdup men in front of a department store. The front door of Zayre's Department Store was riddled with bullets but the store was relatively uncrowded and no shoppers were hurt. City police and the Florida Highway Patrol set up roadblocks at all bridges leading out of Jacksonville and put a helicopter up to search for the two white gunmen and their black driver, all described as youths. Police identified the dead guard as George Joseph Schwender, 43, of Jacksonville. Schwender died in Memorial Hospital shortly after the shooting. Harry H. Schenck, 31, also of Jacksonville, was reported in fair condition after being shot twice. Officers said Schenck was returning to the Brink's truck after picking up a deposit from inside the store when two white youths carrying pistols appeared. One of the youths reportedly grabbed the money bag from Schenck and Schwender inside the truck and opened fire from the rear door. Schwender was hit but continued to empty his revolver at the bandits, witnesses said. After being wounded. Schenck ran back into the store and collapsed. In the exchange of shots, the youths dropped the money bag and fled in a car which was found abandoned later near the store. Witnesses described-the two white youths as blond, longhaired and about 18 or 20. A Negro youth was seen in the car in which the bandits fled. An employe of the store said no money was lost. She said the normally busy store was not crowded during the incident and there was no one around the front door. "It was just a volley of gunfire," she said. "It sounded like a popgun and then the guard came running back into the store. They were shooting through the door at him." You'll travel much cooler if you bring this ad to us on or before June 20, 1970. r CL j' Ve you a I00y/0 discount on an Y °f 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 damagmq rays. Protect your car's upholstery and keep your car 20 degrees cooler. We have the convenient roll-type for all doors. It will make the difference on your vacation. This ad must be presented at the time of purchase. Hours: Mon. thru Sat. 8:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. SHADOW SCREEN CO. 1723 W. 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Sorry, no layaways—slight charge for alterations. Just pick out any suit and pay 75% of the price. EXAMPLES WAS SALE 34.95 26.20 39.95 44.94 49.95 59.95 29.96 33.72 37.19 44.97 NONE HIGHER! SLACKS 3 PR. FOR *10 00 DRESSES Ideal for Summer Comp. Vol. to 7.99 Comp. Vol. to 10.00 $4 DRESS BARGAIN CO-OP CLOTHES CENTRAL & ADAMS DOWNTOWN PHOENIX Ladies' CAPRI SETS Variety of Styles, Bargain LADIES' SCOOTERS 9:00 TO 5:30 258-0891 Special Price $]99 Ladies' CULOTTE SHIFT $2*9 Ladies 1 BATHING SUIT Assorted styles and sizes. Bargain Price Children's Sizes 3-6X PLAY SUIT 1&2PC. 100% Texturired Nylon SHELL Assorted Necklines Reg. 1.99 A BATH TOWEL 1 , Extra Large Size, A if perfect 2.99 Open Thurs,'til 9 P.M. 20 E. WASHINGTON • DOWNTOWN VACATION SPECIAL! 3 PC. LUGGAGE SET Blue or Green with Chrome Trim Double Snap Locks with Key 12 88 WALL and DOOR MIRRORS • Molded 4" Plastic Frames • Gold Color Trim • Bound and Octagonal Shapes POPULAR BRAND NAME WATCHES • Ladies' and Men's • 17 Jewel—Some Selfwinding and Calendar Values to '79.00 LADIES' SHOES Canvas Casuals in White, Black or Tan. Sizes LADIES' PANTIES Rayon Acetate with Embroidered App- lique Trims, Assorted Colors. 5 PRS. TO PKG. 2.50 Value 77 STYLE HAIR SPRAY • The Original Water Soluble P.V.D. Hair Spray • Contains Protex 67 e WESTCLOX A.M. CLOCK RADIO • Solid State Instant Sound • Wake Up to Music Reg. 9.88 FRAMED WALL PICTURES • 3"-4" Wood Moldings • Many Scenic Subjects to Choose From • Sizes 30"x48" & 40"x48" 15.00 tallies TWO WAY STRETCH JAMAICA SET • 100% Stretch Nylon • Wash 'N Wear • Assorted Stripe with Solid Color Bottom ^ ^^ • Pull-On Style V ^^ II 11 LADIES' BRAS • Foam Padded • Circular Stitched • 100% Cotton Sizes 32-38 MEN'S STRETCH SOCKS 75% Orion Acrylic, 25% Stretch Nylon. Machine Washable. Slight Irregulars. If Perfect $1.00 67

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