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Yuma Sun (Newspaper) - September 24, 1972, Yuma, Arizona Sir. Kwh i of copy Sicko photo Piv Roll Howell co n-0 rav i la Hill Olp pea of if p i Job i Elk. Of a4 9\ acc. 27 Yuma 0 Kofa. 14 auhs.22 Parker. 14 Asu. 56 ua.6 . Mesa 13 Central. 25 Brawley. 0 Tombstone 14 Mojave. 14 a state. 14 Wash. St.28 the Yuma h to pity Sun and Arizona Sentinel Sun a 268th Issue 67th year 25 cents 58 pages Yuma Arizona Sun., sept. 24, 1972 Telephone 783-3333 Sentinel a 163rd Issue 100th year Currie is. Conde is lineup for a cd selection oct. 3rd Only two candidates will officially oppose each other for a seat on the Arizona Western College District governing Board oct. 3rd. In Curn Bent Board member John a. Jack Currie and Maurice t. Maurie Conde Are the Only persons who filed nominating petitions prior to fridays Midnight deadline College officials said. The elec Tion involves Only precinct four of the College District. Currie a Farmer in the Wellton Mohawk area has served on the College Board three years after he was appointed to fill the unexpired term of Milton Lewis. Conde a Yuma pharmacist has been a local resident the past 14 years and has been Active in local civic organizations. Currie is a University of Arizona graduate with a degree in agricultural engineering while Conde is a graduate of Wayne state University with a degree in pharmacy. Both men will make a joint appearance thursday before the Yuma press club at 7 . At the Oil trails. The meeting is opened to Active and associate members. Currie said he is Basing his re election bid on a seeing that All programs both academic and athletic received proper emphasis within the financial ability of the taxpayers to support Conde said he will stress the need lot High calibre administrative ability in service to the College five polling stations will be opened tor this election from 6 . To 7 . The polls include Palm Croft elementary school Mesa Vista Homes office. Mohawk Valley elementary school. Wellton elementary school and Dateland elementary school. Any person who is a qualified voter in Arizona and has been a resident of precinct 4 30days immediately preceding oct. 3rd is qualified to vote in this election. A map of precinct four appeared in the sept. 8th Issue of the Sun. The same map will be reprinted in the sunday oct. 1st Issue. Hanoi plane arrives but pos Arentt aboard judicious greeting judge Howard v. Peterson a candidate for the Arizona supreme court exchanges smiles with Vicki Pinkus an employee in the composing room of the Sun when Peterson toured the Sun offices. Judge Peterson visited Yuma this weekend. Sun Foto editors notebook by Jones Osborn the Swift spread of addiction to hard drugs is beyond question worthy of our Dee a St concern the government estimates that the . Now has Sho he heroin addict s. The Speed with w hich heroin addiction has spread May lie its most frightening aspect today a 560,000 addicts Are to times the number Iii i twit and almost double the no Miler of two years ago addiction is interwoven with crime on the average a . Addict spends $8,000 a year to support his habit much if not most of that amount is produced in crime. Frightening it surely is. Yet addiction to heroin is not by and Means the no. I addiction problem of the the no. I problem is alcohol two years ago. The accepted estimate we that i out of every 15 americans has a problem with alcohol. Today there is reason to believe it May i closer to i out of to. Even if the lesser figure is used that Means we have More than 314 million alcoholics or 50 times the number of heroin addicts Well. Neither problem is and the no. I addiction less serious because of the other. I mention alcoholism today because later this week Yuma will be Host to the one group which has had More Success in rescuing the alcoholic than and other. Alcoholics Anonymous. The 22nd annual Arizona state conference will he held Here Friday saturday and sunday. They expect As Many As a thousand delegates a was started in 1935 by two men who had hit Bottom in alcohol and wanted to climb out. Today there Are nearly 18. Kkt groups of a in 92 countries. Yuma it might Surprise you to know has 12 a groups at least one of which is meeting every night of the week. A does not claim to have a sure cure for alcoholism a that must come from the Alco turn to Page 2 inside the Sun business.8. 9 comics.17 editorial. 4 gardener.12 movies to Parker news.2 heal , 9 sports 13, 14, 15, to women i 7 by associated press stateside relatives of three american pilots released from North vietnamese prison Camps reacted to a delay in their return saturday with disappointment and resentment most of it directed at Hanoi hut some at Washington. The three men were not aboard a flight from Hanoi to Vientiane Loas As had been expected and american Antiwar activists who obtained the release of the men issued a statement that the delay was apparently caused by fear that the released prisoners would taken into custody by american military authorities. Gerald Clart lev 68, of Greenville Maine and father of Navy it. Markham Gar Ley blamed the delay on interference by the . Government and said the a Nixon administration should keep its nose out of this mrs. Barney Elias Mother of air Force maj. New Ward Elias said she and her husband a Are very upset Quot Over the apparent imposition by Hanoi of conditions for the release of the men including a guarantee that they would do nothing to further the american War Effort in Indochina. In Tampa Fla Charles 65, and i packed their suites i Pat Ion of a trip to to Geet their son Norris Charles from the a morning told delay. Herbert wife had cases in Antic new York on Navy it. A phone Call by saturday them of the . Ambassador g. Mcmurtie Godley and other officials were of hand at the Vientiane Airport saturday to Greet a russian Aeroflot Airliner from Hanoi. It Wasny to until the plane landed that Godley Learned the american pilots were not on Board. In Washington Secretary of defense Melvin r. Laird said Friday a i certainly would recommend that these men turn themselves Over As soon As possible to their military previously released prisoners were quickly placed under military supervision prompting protests from Hanoi. Radio Hanoi on Friday charged that . Military officials were Quot lying in wait at Vientiane Airport in the Hope of Quot taking Possession of t he three released pilots and returning them to . Military Smith tops spenders in democratic primary Cali stir att. Cess Tell Chilltin Irr Lim pm. Id a non nut Iii ii rut urges no leniency for habitual leniency shown habitual criminals by the courts in undermining the Public a Confidence in the judicial system Maricopa county judge Howard v. Peterson said Here saturday. Shaking Indore a breakfast meeting of supporters at the Home of Herb Angle 189 Orange Avenue judge Peterson proposed a four Point program incorporating these reforms a repeat offenders should in mandatorily tried within �0 Days after they Are charged a prosecutors should he forced to allege prior felony convictions in All cases involving repeaters a bail for rebates while they Are appealing lower court convictions should lie prohibited a appeals courts should lie required to hand Down a decision involving repeaters within 60 Days. The judge a candidate for the Arizona supreme court called for the reforms in criminal Justice that would reverse what he termed a a trend toward lipping the Stales of Justice in favor of the repeat he pointed out that habit Ual criminals Are bringing a rising tide of crime across Arizona. Our course have been far too lenient in releasing convicted felons on Bond he charged county attorney Smith topped All other candidates in Campaign expenditures for the sept. 12th primary election. Smith reports spending $4,033.94. His opponent Paul Hunter was the Campaign s second biggest spender with $3,591.27. Smith won the democratic nomination. Most candidates reported generous contribute tons and several received More than they Swient. Candidates for county offices Are required by Law to report Campaign expense the county within Ioda the election. Friday was deadline for candidates ii sept. 12th primary. With supervisor i spent $1,044.12 $2,313.65 spen t Ces Stul challenger. Jim Fuquay. The incumbent Avila was re elected in that race. Glen h. Strohm winning in supervisor District 2, lists $356 in expenditures for this Campaign. Wilburn r. Mccurley his opponent reports $977.64 expenditures. B l. Helm reports spending $1,615.82 in his bid for judge of the Superior court while incumbent judge John a. Mcguire spent $2,218.29. Judge Mcguire won that race. Three a unopposed candidates filed expenditure report wit to the county. Bill f. Walker re ports spending $517.35 in his uncontested election to the Post of county treasurer. Marion Beaver unopposed a it supervisor in District three spent $125, while a Ara Nell Betts re elected without con test As county recorder re la its spending $207.77. Sheriff Travis Bud i Wainee reports expenditures of $462.2. In his hid for re election. In unsuccessful challenger. Donald Robinson spent $1 Stewart Bradsh Man of the Yun democratic cent tee reports the spent $352.0i Mary elect ii a chair county commit Tami tree the Ori re elect Bradshaw to head demos Stewart Bradshaw. Attorney was re he Man of the Yun democratic1 cent ii cd i Nimit tee at a com Mitt Friday night. Phis is Bradsha in k two year term he was tested other Centi tee officers elected i we re Mill Hagedorn As vie be cd and Bonnie had in i it a vice chairwoman Don my chosen Secretary to a ease ire three at Large i Mem tiers to the state executive re i Ron Yuma county Wei sen they were ? veil i Ham mond Ersel Bvrd c. Gins and h Artic nine voting Noi i a also chosen to re pres. Ent the county in the stat i con unit in they Are Toro. Don rider. Tom met Iran. Pau Beeler Alberta s Mil i i. Ann state party elections Are settled Phoenix Iasi k can and democratic sin spreading a message a full Moon provides the Light for this somewhat unromantic pose of the magma Copper co. Smelter at san Manuel Ariz. Plans to install air pollution control Eulum ment May go awry with doubts being cast Over a tax free loan scheme to Aid the company. A wire photo regents to ask $1 19.4 million Tucson a the Arizona Board of regents saturday approved a record total operating budget of $151.4 million for the 1973 a 74 Fot the states three universities. That compares with $133.2 million for the current fiscal year the regents will ask the legislature for an appropriation of $419.4 million the difference Between budget requests and state funding being made up by student fees gifts Grants and other income to the universities. The state appropriation comes from tax funds. The operating budget University of Arizona main Campus $61.2 million a College of Medicine $9.1 million i a Hospital $17.6 million Arizona state University $47.2 million Northern Arizona i University $15.8 million and the Board s Central office 11x the regents will ask the legislature for the following 1973 a 874 appropriations a main Campus $48.5 million a College of Medicine 8.8 million a Hospital $10.1 million Asu $37.7 million and Nau $13.7 million. Kenneth g. Benison of Phoenix chairman of the budget committee said the regents reduced the budget requests of the three universities he said the a request was Cut by a Little Over $1 million Asur a $663, and naut a $95,893 for a total reduction of $1.8 million. In other action the regents authorized a change in University admittance requirements effective with the 1973 a 74 academic year. Yuma retail sales gain $9.6 million the Dollar volume of retd Trade in Yuma county durin the first half of this year a $9.6 million Dhole the Sam period of 1971, the first National Hank of Arizona a announced. That is an increase of 16.4 for the six month period the following figures n to incl a my gasoline and restaurant sales show the gain 6 Mas. 1972 $68,536,799 6�?Taf of. 1971 .58,880,400 increase .9,656,399 the state As a whole pm ave on ii Naif of 161%i for the first half if 1972. Largest percentage gain was shown h vat Apai county u Ith 37 it Thompson is new gop chief Here i ars to ice Elt Levi in adva Harr v Posen Zweig 65, has Holt it put fourth full t e r in gof chair to tan. Rosi e n / w e i g a Phoeni x Buiu Xiii pears More ii Riv enem state Jop heme tits t i in at the tin in of my ele it Ilion which t Char in won flan Ley Pine 5 >7. A pm Public relations e ecu t i i has neut ral i Zed what Little of i it is Hon a is being Ger aerated with in i in Mer a tic Rar i Kii Ann pee ted 1 to win the it hair ship by acclamation when the democrats meet Monda v Stewart Bradshaw Margaret Osborn . Pat Newman Duncan of firn anti Marge bump wart tor 20 years would succeed Hertz Ert Ely 38, a Phoenix attorney who is stepping out after two terms in tile party s Quot hot vice chairwoman respectively for the committe Candice Munk arid Patrick Harvey were elected Secretary and treasurer respectively. Nine members were elected to it Erve on the state committee. They include car Pryor Edith Snyder Verna Munk Wesley Davis. Ai face. Eleanor Gill Allen Marlatt and Virginia Sims Roger Thompson

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