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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - September 19, 1970, Tucson, Arizona Page 2 entered As second class matter Post office Tucson Arizona Tucson daily citizen saturday. September 19, 1970 proof of seed grinding prehistoric Camp yields Mano by Jay Hall citizen staff writer America s earliest known pre historic Man dating Back about years apparently was intelligent enough to whip up some kind of bread to eat with his Mammoth steaks and other meat dinners. He might even have been planting vegetables for his meal. These Are speculations arising from a find this week by the archaeological Salvage crewmen of the Arizona state museum. They found a Mano a crude Grain Riding device of Rock about 10 feet deep and in the same general Vicinity some Bones of a Mammoth. The Mano said Kic windmiller assistant Arch eolo Gist for the state museum on the University of Arizona Campus that prehistoric Man was one who gathered in seeds and ground them up. And that he was doing this in the age of the Mammoth. There had been found near Nae in recent years some Spear like weapons in the same geological strata As Mammoth Bones which told us that the pre historic Man was a Hunter. These new finds Tell us that he was a gatherer of seeds and a grinder As the discoveries came to Light in connection with a state county Road construction project that will link Cochise College with Elfrida at the double Adobe school. The school is about 10 Miles East of the Mam Bisbee Douglas Road Highway so. Double Adobe Road intersects the Highway six Miles South of Bisbee. The archaeological digs Are just South of the school and within View of it. Under the state antiquities act the Arizona state museum must be Given an Opportunity to make archaeological explorations ahead of new Road construction. E. B. Ted Sayles curator emeritus of the museum was Host yesterday at the site to members of the Cochise county Board of supervisors which is helping to fund the new Road and to various state Highway department officials an indication of the importance he places on the discoveries of this week. Peter b. Wilharm of Benson vice chairman of the Arizona state Highway commission was there. Sayles about three decades ago was the definer of the Cochise culture which loosely is a synonym for North Amer Ica s earliest known Mankind dating Back years before the birth of Christ. Windmiller and the museum s chief Highway Salvage archaeologist Larry Hammack stressed that they cannot say they have found evidence of an earlier prehistoric Man than had been known previously. What is significant they said is the apparent addition of new knowledge about his culture. Citizen photo a Bone to pick Bone in hand of archaeologist has Story from the past to Tell. Fund drive asked to build Church in Pascua Village a Community fund drive has been proposed to raise to build a new Church in old Pas Cua Village by Christmas if according to James s. Douglas Southern Arizona Bank Trust co. President. Douglas and Gilbert Bradley president of Valley National Are organizing business English Glass offered in South Tucson classes in English As a second language will be offered at the South Tucson learning Center 1810 s. 6th ave., beginning Mon Day at 10 . And at 7 . Similar classes Are now being taught mondays and wednes Days from 7 to 9 . At our Community 108 w. 27th St., and will Start tuesday at Ochoa school. The program is sponsored by the Pima county adult Basic education division in cooperation with the Federal govern ment. The learning Center also will offer arts and crafts and Span ish from 10 . To noon on saturdays. Instruction in Basic math and English covering material included in High school equivalency examinations will be offered at the Center from 1 to 3 . Monday and wednesday. Independent studies in read ing spelling math and Assis Tance in preparation for the . Citizenship examination also Are offered. The Center s facilities Are open from 9 . To 9 . Mon Day through thursday and 9 . To ,4 . On fridays. And civic leaders to launch the fund drive. The Church is intended to re place the san Ignacio de Loyola shrine near interstate 10 and Grant Road which was destroyed in August 1967. Authorities believe the Church was destroyed in to get old Pascua residents to move to a new Pascua Village eight Miles to the Southwest. The new settlement being constructed under an office of economic Opportunity program is intended to replace Adobe and tin houses in the old settlement. Some 50 houses have been built in the new settlement but some of the residents of the old Village have refused to move. The Village s residents Are Yaquis indians who moved Here years ago from Mexico and who Are not eligible for help through the Federal Bureau of Indian affairs. The Yaquis have an old Hon ored and treasured Douglas said and the Church would enable them to continue with their easter festival and other religious Douglas said architectural work has been done free of charge by architects Fred Palo Fox James Kelly and James Harrington of design Center american Institute of architects. Supervisory work also would be donated he said. Yaquis would provide labor and building materials can be obtained at Cost the Model cities program has committed to build sewer lines into the old Pascua Village this year and a five year plan Calls for bathrooms paved streets and other Home improve ments. Another has been committed for Street Light ing this year. We d like to see them in it by Douglas said. Festival for peace is studied a so called peace festival which might be Large May or May not be held at some undetermined location in the Tuc son area at a Date still to be set and featuring unnamed entertainment is tentatively being planned. The festival was discussed during a press conference last night by the organizer of the event Vernon Minow 33, a former drug user and an advocate of the Halfway House concept of rehabilitation for sex addicts and sex convicts. Minow did not reveal Defi Nite plans for the festival except to in Date that it would involve music and that the proceeds if any would go to Tucson s awareness House to the solution of ecological prob lems and to a school he Hopes to Start for underprivileged children. Minow said he hoped to gain the support of the Community and the state before offering a solid proposal for the festival. Girl held linked to disturbance a 15-year-old girl has been turned Over to juvenile authorities in connection with an As Sault which occurred during the downtown disturbance aug. 30. The girl a Sophomore at Pueblo High school was taken into custody yesterday. Her arrest raised to five the number of Young persons arrested since a one Man grand jury probe of the affair which occurred in the Fox Tucson theater and along Congress Street. So asks re election Udall wants to Complete actions . Rep. Morris k. Udall d ariz., told about 300 Well wish ers last night that one of the reasons he is seeking re election is that he wants to go Back t Washington and work for the re form of Congress to bring tha institution into the 20th cent the crowd was on hand for the opening of Udall s Tucson Headquarters at 43 e. Broad Way. I started to do lots of things that i want to the Ari Zona Democrat said. The time has come to focus on Quality instead of Quan Udall s Republican opponent Tor the 2nd congressional District seat Morris herring entered the Udall rally last night and challenged the incumbent to debate. A spokesman for Udall said today the congressman already has agreed to debate with her ring sept. 27 and to two other tentative meetings next month. Herring says Udall is Nice fellow not indispensable Pima College sees adequate finances despite enrolment Gas truck Blaze kills Gay Man Globe a Cyrus Brandenberg 53, of Tucson was killed near Globe yester Day when his Tanker truck struck a Culvert overturned and threw him into a Pool of flaming gasoline. The Highway patrol said the Tanker truck also burst into flames and burned after Over turning about seven Miles East of Globe on . 60. Thomas Brandenberg 27, believed to be the older Man s son was hospitalized in Globe for treatment of Burns. Investigators said the Flam ing gasoline ran under a Cul Vert and sent up flames that blocked the Highway for a time. The death raised Arizona s 1970 traffic toll to 513, nine less than on this Date last year. Cambodians plan assault to break red stronghold mayor skips voting no Good men Minneapolis a May or Charles Stenvig said he did t vote in the primary election be cause i Don t believe in voting a straight Stenvig who won his office last year running As an Independent said there were not enough Good men on either party ticket this year to warrant a straight vote. Minnesota s primary system allows voters to cast ballots for candidates from Only one party although there is nothing to pre vent persons whose affiliation is with one party to Cross Over and vote instead in the other party s primary. Pima College does t expect any financial Pinch because of lower than expected enrolment for the fall semester according to vice president or. Rudy j. Melone. The Only effect we will feel will be the reduced Revenue from student Melone said. Student fess amount to for 12 or More semester hours. In come from fees was originally estimated at per semes Ter based on an arbitrary by Fig ure of full time student equivalents. The full time Stu Dent equivalent figure is not a head count and is computed by summing up the total number of class hours taken by All the Stu dents combined and dividing that sum by 12 hours the equivalent of a full time class schedule. Final enrolment figures won t be available until the close of late registrations for evening classes Friday. A total of enrolments had been received As of yesterday morning. Melone said the loss of fee revenues would be More than offset by the fact that Only about 110 of the expected 138 full time faculty members had been hired. The College has hired Sev eral part time faculty members because of the reduced enrol ment. If we Only get full time student Melone hypothesized that would mean a loss of in student fee Revenue. This would be offset by the salaries of Only four full time faculty members based on a the College s fiscal 1970-71 budget totalled based on a full time student equivalency. Taxes will provide student Aid of Educa Tion state state program reimbursement contingent income 000 and contingent interest in come Dollar gets Ajo Constable Post Ajo a the Pima county Board of supervisors has named Travis Happy Dollar As Ajo s new Constable. He fills a vacancy left by the Resigna Tion last month of mrs. Julia an gel. Dollar also a candidate for the position in the november general election will serve until the term expires on dec. 31. Arizona sex convict hijacks air plane there Are a least a couple of things one could say about . Rep. Morris k. Udall d-ariz., in the View of state treasurer Morris herring Udall s oppo nent in the november election. Is a Nice enough Fel in t indispensable. Herring s Semi Praise and Emi criticism was part of a Peech he delivered last night to he Green Valley Republican men s club at the Green Valley Center. He said also that Public officials should undergo what he called a periodic and invigorating examination of Public opinion and that no Man in Public office nor any interest group should place themselves above the people and reject the concept of letting the Public de Bangkok Thailand a a thai charter plane returned to Bangkok today after a junket into communist territory report edly on orders of an american Soldier of Fortune with a prison record in Arizona. Bira air transport owner of the single engine Cessna Wren identified the Hijacker As Bob Keesee from a passport he left in the plane. He had rented the plane last monday at an hour on the pretext that he was scouting locations for a motion picture production Bira air said. The company gave this account the Man identified As Keesee was flown Over Northern and northeastern Thailand during the week ending at an Ameri can air base in northeastern Thailand thursday night. The flight plan called for the Wren to take off for Bangkok yesterday morning. Twenty minutes after Takeoff the american ordered the plane diverted to North Vietnam about hours flying time away. It flew Over Laos and landed at an unspecified Airfield in North Vietnam or in communist controlled Laos near the vietnamese Frontier. A few hours later the Craft re turned to Nakorn phanom air Field 500 Miles Northeast of Bangkok. Thai air Force officials put a Security Blanket on the Story. The pilots both formerly with the thai air Force flew the Cessna on to Bangkok today and were whisked away by air Force investigators. In Phoenix police records show that prior to serving two years of a five year Federal Pris on sentence Bobby Joe Keesee 35, spent 49 Days in Cuba. He had piloted a rented single engine Piper commanche there and asked for Asylum while a deserter from it. Hua Chuca. Cuban authorities returned him to face trial on 153 criminal charges and 152 were dropped. He testified during his trial that his crimes were part of a cloak and Dagger Central intelligence Agency scheme to give him a credible cover Story for a Cia operation to drop two anti Castro paratroop Perrilla organizers into Cuba. Keesee s latest alleged Epi Sode was in june when he said he was held prisoner by guerrillas in Amman Jordan for 36 hours then was released with 57 others after King Hussein bowed to commando demands and ired a Royal Uncle and Cousin rom High army command posts. Shaver repair it Emington Schick Ronson Sunbeam Fetterly s Catalina Shaver co. 2406 e. Broadway 623-5070 by associated press the cambodian military com Mand plans a big assault to smash through a communist Strong Point that has stalled the government s largest offensive of the War there for nearly a week. Limited . Air strikes Al ready Are being carried out in preliminary attempts to dislodge an estimated North Viet namese troops dug in at the Vil Lage of Taing Kauk 47 mites North of phenom penh. Officials in Saigon said that once the cambodians decide to launch their assault additional air support will be Avau Able from South vietnamese and assaults on women tip on License plate brings Man s arrest because of a curious citizen a 25-year-old warehouseman for a mining firm was in custody to Day in connection with a series of assaults on women in their East Side Homes during the last four months. Booked on two counts of rape and three counts of aggravated Battery was Jim r. Sanchez 5602 s. Pinta ave. A father of two. He was arrested at his Home yesterday after detectives went there to question him. Police said Sanchez also was being questioned about several billion roads Bill approved Washington up a House Public works subcommittee has approved a Bil lion Highway construction proposal that would include billion for finishing the inter state Highway system by a new target Date of 1968. The interstate system Origi Nally was to be completed by next year but Congress postponed the Date until 1974. The new measure would put off the target Date another four years. A Lutki real Cowboy Jerkey beef Salt i Pepper hot or mild poc Kige or bulk Western Jerkey outfit. Riz. Slim other unsolved rapes on the East Side. Police said they went to the Sanchez Home after a resident of a neighbourhood in which one of the assaults occurred called them two Days after the attack and gave them the License num Ber of a car. He took Down the License num Ber he told police because he had observed the Driver acting suspiciously. Police did not elaborate. One rape occurred july 22, the other two Days later. In the first attack a 20-year-old unmarried girl was assaulted late at night in her apartment near n. Rich by blvd. And e. Pima St. The second involved a 28-year-old housewife assaulted at knife Point in her Home in the Vicinity of n. Alvernon Way and e. Pima. The Battery charges stemmed from attacks on women in their Homes june 14, july 29 and sept. 11. In most of the attacks the Vic Tims told police their attacker was armed with a knife. All identified the suspect As a Young mexican american you la see Rodig s Tucson optical 38 1 2 e. 5th 325-9401 Cambodia air forces. The officials said they were not aware of any massive commitment by the . Air Force but added a great Deal depends on sex sources in South Vietnam said that because president Nixon wanted to keep a Low profile in Cambodia cambodian air Power would be used first followed by South vietnamese air strikes and then american planes if needed. In Saigon the . Command today disclosed that the. First Steps have been taken to phase out the marines five year old pacification program in Viet Nam and said 12 . Air Force Jet fighter bombers have left Vietnam As part of president Nixon s cutback in american forces. The command said the Danang Headquarters of the marines combined action Force which oversees the combined action platoons in scores of vietnamese hamlets will be in activated wednesday. It disclosed that inactivation of the program has been under Way quietly for the last three months. With the closing Down of the Headquarters it will mean a total decrease of about authorized troop spaces under the current fourth round of american troop withdrawals spokesmen said. Stroud aviation asks bankruptcy Stroud aviation inc., 1806 w. Prince Road has filed a petition for bankruptcy in . District court Here. The firm listed assets in the amount of and debts to taling tops every Way Park West Mobile Home estates 3003 w. Brwnjway.622.2ss9 2 blocks West of Pima College Wilmot Plaza sunday Only Coffee Coats 2 of special Purchase for the Day shift Start your Day right in one of these comfortable Coffee Coats. All Cotton guaranteed washable they come in the happiest colors you have seen one style not shown has a zip front a round Yoke and no Collar. You will want several at this Low Low Price. Broadway at Wilmot open 11 . To 4p.m. Sorry no phone orders or gift wrap sunday. It

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