Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 6, 1969 · Page 24
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 24

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Thursday, November 6, 1969
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J UI CITY 12-A The Arizona Republic El Thurs., Nov. B, 1969 KLPUBLIG MAIL Associated Press Come, sail with me Vicki Leland, 20, burg, Fla., tries the helm as the ing season nears. 34, is helping a bis sailboat for ocean races in Mexico. of St. Peters- her hand at winter sail- Vicki, 34-22- friend ready the winter the Gulf of A bruised and battered hard-rock miner—who was trapped for 8% days last March and trapped again Tuesday—says he wants to work above ground. William Veraon "Buck" Jones, 61, was hospitalized in satisfactory condition after his latest escape from death in a Lark, Utah, lead and zinc mine. Jones was buried up to his neck while he and others attempted to remove waste materials caught in a vertical chute. His fellow workers scraped the muck away with their hands, and Jones suffered two broken ribs, a sprained ' neck and lacerations. "I'm getting tired of all this," he said. "I've asked the company to give me a job outside the mine, possibly as a watchman or timber cutter, and-maybe this injury will help convince them." Prince Philip of England piloted his own plane into New York, encountering weather that would equal the rainiest and cloudiest of London days. The prince, a c c o mpan led by the British ambassador to the United States, John Freeman, landed his Hawker Sid- deley 748 at ; phlb P La Guardia Airport after a flight from Washington. After being met by Bud Palmer, the city's official greeter, the prince and his party motored to Madison Square Garden to attend a matinee performance of the National Horse Show. A Roman Catholic priest and the nun he plans to marry have been counseled by their bishop to delay marriage until the priest adjusts to 'the life of a layman and "finds his self-identity." The Rev. Charles E. Hornc, 39, priest for St. Mary's parish in Las Animas, Colo., since 1967, resigned and told his congregation he is leaving the ministry to marry Peggy Anna, 36, a former nun. The Most Rev. Charles A. Buswell, bishop of the Pueblo Diocese, said he suggested they wait. Even the queen has trouble making ends meet. In fact, according to Buckingham Palace, she can't. A palace official confirmed reports Queen Elizabeth, who has received no pay rise since her coronation in 1952, was dipping into her private income from extensive landholdings to pay household bills. The official said inflation and higher wages for household employes who face new taxes have cut into the royal spending power. The queen's annual allowance of $1.1 million has remained the same since she took the throne. Boy, the lion turned movie star in "Born Free," was recovering from severe injuries which almost killed him last month, a Kenya National Parks official said. A parks spokesman said Boy, one of the lions authoress Joy Adamson wrote about in her bestselling book, probably was injured by a buffalo he attacked. Judy Carne, comedienne on the "Laugh-In" television show, has been socked with a lawsuit charging she backed out of a partnership to design and manufacture women's clothing. The suit contended Miss Carne agreed last February to handle the publicity and advertising for a partnership to be called "Claudette Fashion and Costume Design." Claudette Doran, the designer, and Madlyn Doran, business manager, alleged Miss Carne threatened legal action if fashions under the name "The Judy Line" were exhibited at a department store. The suit said they lost $10,078 in profits and materials because the clothes were not displayed and suffered $15,000 damages be- Assoctated Press Crossing guard poet George Lane, 78, school crossing guard at Huntingtou, Woods, Mich., for the past 10 years, has been composing poems and passing them on to the youngsters who flock about him. Lane estimates he has passed out more than 2,000 poems, many of them pasted in scrapbooks and pinned on bedroom bulletin boards. Lane said that teachers occasionally read his poetry in class. He took the crossing guard position after he was retired from Ford after 36'/2 years with the firm. cause Miss Carne promoted another line of clothing. Sgt. l.C. Howard R. Davis, 72, the oldest enlisted man on active duty with any of the nation's armed forces, has retired after 35 years' service. Davis compiled his long service record with various separate stints, beginning in 1916 during World War I. 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