Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 18, 1970 · Page 93
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 93

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Quotable quotes Associated Press . Some quotable quotes from women during the week: "If you take the incarceration of this young woman in terms of what's happening in our society — we should be incarcerating those who are bringing narcotics into this country — and the big trganized gamblers and crim- *" us who are being protected different ways — I think have to ask whether or .-. this truly is justice." — JUJ>. Shirley Chisholm, an- iwftflcing a drive to raise bail Ifor Black Panther member foan Bird. 4..*I believe in integrated Softool systems, but I do not fcefieve in forceable busing of Children for the purpose of jracially balancing schools." Ionise Day Hicks, Boston CSty Council member in an- i&ouncing she will seek the fpngressional seat of retiring "" se Speaker John W. Mc- ack of Massachusetts. TWA captain who was shot in a $100-million hijacking. "I think the free world should in very serious terms say to the Soviet Union, you cannot participate in this war between the Arab countries and Israel... We have something to say about it. It is not only a question of Israel. We see the danger to ourselves. This is the writing on the wall, and we refuse to accept it." — Prime Minister Golda Meir of Israel, in an interview. "The job is a meticulous sort, with lots of trial and error, and a woman seems better suited for these fine details." — Rita May, pretty 23-year-old piano tuner. NHLffi PIliSBO CTYIE GOODNESS they were exciting ajw-s — and great experience JOien you sang with a band, Jou did everything — you played 'ballrooms and thea- Fers, radio and movies; you learned to work from scripts It was a wonderful lesson in fl e* a 1 i n g with the public." ^-Singer. Helen O'Connell, in an- interview, speaking of the days she sang in the Jimmy jDpfsey band. ?''.•*'! always told him we al- M^iys thought he was a brave man and now he proved it to Ifte, whole world." —. Mrs. |)ale C. Hupe, wife, of the CLUB CALENDAR -•CAMELBACK Welcome -Wagon; 11:30 a.m., The Islands, 4839 N. Seventh St.; speaker is Sgt. Gallup of the Phoenix Police Department. CONCHO Woman's Club; noon, Sands Hotel, 3320 E. Van Buren; luncheon, cosmetic party. EASTERN Star, Sunnyslope; 8 p.m. Wayfarers Masonic Temple, 340 E. Carol Ave.; stated meeting, initiation of new members. REBEKAH, Arizona Lodge 1; 8 p.m., Odd Fellow Center, 1325 N. 14th St.; official visit of Mrs. Larry Frideen, Tucson, president of the Arizona assembly. Dorsey Connors brings you household hints each Monday in The Women's Forum Arizona's Largest Chain of LARGE and HALF-SIZES l2'/2-32'/2, 18-60 eepwear IN LARGE SIZES Permanent press, cool cotton and polyester sleepwear, specially priced for sizes 38 thru 52. 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