Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 56
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 56

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, June 18, 1970
Page 56
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REPUBLIC 3$ The o Republic Thnw-v J«« 18, 1970 Study urged of parking at capital The Arizona Senate Administration Committee recommended yesterday that a study be made of capitol area parking needs and the feasibility of building a multistory parking facility for state em- ployes and visitors. Such a study should include mean* of financing such a structure, the committee moved. Sen. Thomas M. Knoles, D-Coconino, who made a pre* liminary survey of the parking problem earlier this year, said some capitol area parking spaces cost the state more than $1,200 per car. It was suggested by several committee members that by building parking garages and allocating a specified number for every two or three em- ployes it would encourage "car pooling" and cut down the number of parking spaces needed. Visitors could be charged for parking spaces, the committee suggested. By building multi-story garages, the state would have more land available for office buildings and could keep the capitol complex more compact, Knoles noted. The committee recommendation will be sent to the Joint Legislative Budget Committee, the governor and the commissioner of finance. RACIAL BAR DROPPED LOS ANGELES (AP) — The Travelers Protective Association, meeting here for its 80th annual convention, dropped a "whites only" clause from its constitution yesterday on a voice vote by delegates. • Advertisement Developer Offers Complimentary Two-Day Arizona/Mexico Tour A complimentary fun tour of Southern Arizona and Mexico, lasting two days and a night, is being offered to Phoenix residents and visitors by GAG Properties, Inc. of Arizona as part of its new promotion campaign, a company spokesman announced recently. Those people who are interested in taking this trip to the fascinating Tucson, Nogales (Arizona) and Nogales (Mexico) area, completely without cost to themselves, will be transported from Phoenix in air- conditioned buses. Accommodations at a top hotel and all meals are also complimentary. During the two tour days the company's guests will be taken to see and enjoy the historic beauty of the San Xavier Mission; Old Tucson, the famed setting of many western movies; and the colorful enchantment of Nogales, Mexico, where lunch at the renowned El Cid restaurant and time for leisurely shopping are special features. In addition, the touring guests will be driven to the company's development, Rio Rico, which is located on the Nogales highway some ten miles north of Nogales, Arizona. There they will be shown how a new city is incepted, and given an opportunity to share in the growth of the area. The overnight stay will be full of fun and gaiety, specially arranged by GAC ^Properties, and spotlighting a sumptuous dinner, dancing and entertainment. On the final day of the trip the tourists will be driven back to Phoenix in good time to make their own arrangements for dinner or other events. All those who are interested are invited to call Tucson, collect, at 6248761, Ext. 334, between 8:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m., to mak,e reservatipns for this complimentary two- day tour. The GAC Prop* erties spokesman stressed that seating is limited a&d reservations ehoyld be requested as soon as possible. Adults only. Search warrant faulty; Simons^ narcotic conviction reversed olendale firm to build p The State Court of Appeals yesterday upset Mr. and Mrs. Paul Simon's conviction of possessing narcotics and LSD, holding that the search warrant used against them was issued on insufficient information. "We have held that a simple statement that the informant saw the narcotics in defendant's possession is enough to meet both the . . tests, of reliaBility and underlying circumstances," said the court. But neither the police who obtained the warrant to search the Simon residence at 5127 E. Indian School here nor the Scottsdale justice of the peace who issued it "could say that this presentation was made" to the JP, the court added. "There was no evidence presented to the magistrate that in any way corroborated the informant's information," said the court. "No observation of the defendants' home was taken." Narcotics officers using the warrant reported discovery of 17.9 grams of marijuana, LSD pills, oxycodone and pure opium tablets in the home. The prosecution contended that Simon, 29, and his wife, Cynthia, 26, also had previous narcotics charges on their record, creating an underlying circumstance that corroborated the information supporting the subsequent search warrant, the appeals court noted. But the court said, "We must emphatically reject this contention. A prior record has no relevance to a person's guilt in fixing probable cause to issue a warrant for a different offense." The court action lifted from Simon and his wife the prison sentences of three to five years and one to two years which had been imposed on them respectively by Maricopa County Superior Court. A contract for $922,650 for construction of the first phase of the Arizona Girls Home at Happy Valley Road and Interstate 17 was approved yesterday by the State Department of Corrections. The contract was awarded on a low bid to DEFCO Construction Co. of Glendale. Construction is scheduled to begin Tuesday, with completion expected in January. 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