Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 16, 1970 · Page 56
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 56

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Afltoni Mexico City seeks end to pollution problem Unfed Press Ifttenatfoaal MEXICO CITY - A city commission for the study and control of air and water pollution began work yesterday in the first coordinated government effort to do something about smog in this city of eight million people. "There won't be any magic -solutions to the problem," Mayor Alfonso Corona del ftosal said at the installation ceremony. "But measures won't be taken at a snail's pace either." Three civil engineers, two chemical engineers and a doctor, a specialist in lung Protest lor park held in Tucson TUCSON (AP) - More than 200 persons walked onto the El Rio Golf Course at noon yesterday and listened to speakers from the El Rio Coalition Front who want the city to turn the course into a public park. Golfing was disrupted during the demonstration and police stood by, but no arrests were made. . The speakers indicated they palnned to stage games and picnics on the golf course on future weekends. The demonstration followed a march through the city. diseases, make up the commission. It also includes the director of city planning, a woman, Angela Atessio Robles. Mayor Corona del Rosal said he personally considered the contamination of city drinking water "a more serious problem" than smog. He said drinking contaminated water is responsible for many cases of acute diarrhea, which causes death among infants. All Mexico City hotels provide bottles of purified water for their guests. The mayor said the city commission will coordinate its efforts with a federal commission which was appointed several months ago. Mexico City is the only place in Mexico with a serious smog problem. The members of the city commission have already made study trips abroad to such cities as New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo. The mayor said automobiles with faulty exhausts are causing much of the smog problem. The problem is worse during the dry season (October May) than during the rainy season (June - September) when rains beat down some of the smog. During the dry season, visibility is often less than a block in Mexico City. Mr. and Mrs. Goodwin Couple wed for 50 years Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Goodwin, 1025 E. Georgia Ave., will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary today with a reception in the Fellowship Room of Orangewood Presbyterian Church. Their son, Tom, who lives In Coventry, England, his wife and their three children, are hosts. The Goodwins were married Aug. l«, i»io, and moved to Arizona in 1M«. Goodwin is a retired civil engineer. Grossman raps Graham, Fannin welfare appointee Sam Grossman, t Dcmo- crtUc candidate for nomina- tkm to the U.S. Senate, yesterday rapped the "cavalier attitude" of John 0. Graham, state welfare commissioner. Grossman, speaking at a campaign barbecue at a private residence, said Graham's attitude "puts Arizona into • position of toting federal assistance in the amount of 195 million. "ft would appear that Paul Fannin made another big mt«U*e when he named Grt- ham to the welfare post six yews ago," Grossman said. "I believe Mr. Graham should resign or get to work." Sen. Paul Fannin, R-Arfe., who is seeking re-election to the Senate, was Arizona's governor for three terms before gdng to Washington. For a full-scale report on the musical Scene read Musically Yours by Bina Breitner on flie Entertainment pages of The Republic o •ptcU COMMIRCIAL DIVISION of Your Strvto i lr V: rddi ty f'H. ^waters art at your Mrxico to aid in tho dotian arxl selection of fabrics for your horn* or buiirrau, at no obligation. croatryo otniui and £l $ &.? a £» minin 'P -r * • vldtn * ln *• DRAPERIES - SLIPCOVERS BEDSPREADS and REUf HOLSTERING you chooio at UvorantT EASTSIDI STORE 48th St. at E. Indian School Rd. 959-6550 •«tft ittrtt OH* III* WESTSIOE STORE 7th Ava. at W. Indian School Rd. 264-3156 » WM INn ON* •:* A.M. NI ROYAL! TIRES TIRES TIRES TIRES TIRES IUMIROYW. GLOSEOUT! 3 HOURS ONLY ON FRIQIDAIRE ft ADMIRAL APPLIANCES Save Up To $ 130 On Some Items! THIS OFFER GOOD ONLY SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, Noon to 3 P.m. All Uniroyal Stores Will Be Open Sunday for this Great Event!! 3199 W. Indian School Plo»o Wait 264.4901 Optn «t 9jOO-(l xcopt Sat.) 172iW.MoJ« 969.9145 4025N,Cantr«l 277*4421 (Clp»aiThun,AM.«t6) UNIROYAL 7505f.McOow.ll 947.7616 145IE.Moin 9644621 3l22i.Thtmai 996-2650 OPINt •** M»iMWfj4. t Cling-frta slips ... a perfectly levaly addition to your undtrcovor wardrob*. Fashiontd by Van Raalta in fabulous nylon Tafftknit® . .. thay won't rida up or cling ... a nocassity under knits, wools or shaars Gorad skirt assures smooth porfact fit. Full slip in whit«, black or nuda. Half slip in whita, nuda or blut mist. Full slip $4.90 roo,. $6 32-42, S.A-T Outma. rag. $7 $5.60 HdfSHp ..$3.20 r«9. $4 $»M*L, short, M-L, avtraga Outiiit, rag. $5 $4.00 f f .' fAmF, COMPANY el

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