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PAGE 28 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 3, 1958 . 3,1958 Data From U.S. WFATHER BUKfAUl - 3 Dept. of Commerce t f~ 40 L 7^' -il -'i^l 50 Unlil Saturday Morning ^ ,, yj, fÂ»Â£ Â·How Temperature* Expoctcd ^f^\. __,!Â£ 40 30 20 Data from U.S. WEATHER BUREAU Dtpl. of Commerce , n - 10 STATJO FORECAST Urilil Saturday Morning jFigurM'Show tow Temperature* Expected *~Â£3#$P J ^^=rTi --AP Wirephoto U. S. WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST Tonight's weather will include snow flurries around the Lakes, rain along the north Pacific and southern Texas coasts, showers over the tip of Florida, sleet and freezing rain in southern Kansas-Missouri and northern Oklahoma. It should be warmer over the Southeast and Gulf Coast States and parts of the northern Plains and Rockies. Continued cold or colder weather is expected in the Lakes region, the northern Appalachians and parts of the central and southern Plains. Customs Man On Job NOGALES --Â»-- U.S. Customs Officer Roy Zimmerman has assumed new duties here. His previous station was at Canaan, Vt RO DIGS TUCSON OPTICAL SERVICE Fine Eyewear Budget Terms if Desired 707 Valley Nat'l Bldg. MA 3-1071 41 N. Tuc*m Blvi EA MlÂ« Fugitive Held On Murder Count TEMPE--flR--A fugitive from a Texas murder warrant is being held under $30,000 bond here after causing a policeman to wreck a patroi car. Joseph Raymond Butler, 31, pleaded innocent to a reckless driving charge. Officer Jerry Stahnke wrecked his prowl car while chasing Butler Dec. 17. Butler, wanted In Mesa for Issuing bad checks as well as facing the Dallas homicide charge, is to have preliminary hearing Thursday. Bandit Gets $3,000 In Store Holdup Cash and checks totaling an estimated $3,000 were taken last night in a holdup at Western Market, 828 N. Stone Ave. A police report gave this account of the crime, which occurred about 8:15 p.m.: The robber walked into the nearly empty store, went to the cigarette counter and picked up a carton of cigarettes, then turned to the cashier'* booth. Â· ' He pulled a revolver and pointed It at cashier Paul Ortiz of 1701 Riley Circle. "Give me the dinero," he said. When Ortiz opened the cash register, the bandit scooped up the money and ran out the door. The robber was described as 30 to 35, medium height, stocky build. He had long black hair and the lower part of his face was severely pockmarked. He wore work clothes j and a checkered mackinaw coat. DUTCH BOY PAINTS ARE PREFERRED Nalcrefe--for the Outside A sun-tesliMl, weatherproof finish for nil masonry surfaces. Won't streak, rrark, peel or blister. Easily applied; 54 colors. Nalplex--for the Inside An odorless flat wall finish that dries in just two hours. Touches up without tell-tnlc marks. Choose from 44 colors. 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Toronto ................... 23 TUCSON 70 Washington 30 Wichita 48 Yuma. Aril 75 48 Robert U. King, meteorologist charge, Tucson U.S. Weather Bureau, WEATHER HlÂ£hÂ«st temp, yesterday 70 Hiffheat temp, year ago * JUgti record for ante 19Â«) 75 Low temp, ywttrday 41 Lew temp, year Â»so 41 Low record for date (1943) ?^ Mean temp, yesterday 56 Mean temp, year ir.o .'5 Normal temp, thlj date 50 Humidity 5:30 p.m. yesterday ........ 20 Humidity S:30 a.m. today Â«0 NEW FIRST FULL LAST MOON CTJAFt. MOON QU*R. Jin. 19 Dee. 29 Jan. 5 Jin. 12 Sunrise-- 7:23 Sunset-- 5 32 Data for 24 hourt ending *t 5:30 a.m (Tucson time) Albuquerque .* ........... 47 23 Atlanta ................... 40 26 Billlnes ................... 47 27 Bismarclc .. ............... 1! -3 Boise ..................... 31 18 Boston .................... 31 22 Buffalo ................... 24 Calgary ................... 49 Casper, Wyo .............. 40 Charlotte ................. 39 ChicaKo ................... 15 Cincinnati ................ 28 Cleveland ................. 2! Denver .................... 52 DcsMolnes... ........ ....13 Detroit .................... 20 Douglas ................... 62 El Paso ................... 54 Flagstaff .................. 43 28 13 21 7 9 14 in -1 11 30 30 22 30 21 6 10 25 13 22 58 -2 -5 38 20 29 -3 17 38 12 17 34 28 1* 19 34 51 42 40 27 44 8 38 ID 23 03 01 Phoenix Man Survives Cave-In PHOENIX --Br- A wall of dirt crashed down and buried a 43- year-old Phoenix man yesterday while he was working In a sewer trench excavation, but he escaped with cuts, bruises and three broken ribs. John Hanes said he thought he was buried for about 20 minutes before fellow workers uncovered him. Hanes and another worker for a Phoenix construction company, Clifton Williams, 23, of Phoenix, were working in a 9'^ foot deep trench when tons of earth cascaded down on them. "I just happened to glance up," Hanes said, Vand the whole side was coming down." Hanes shoved Williams upright against the trench wall just seconds before the earth tumbled down. Williams was buried only to his waist. After being brought out of the ditch. Hanes said, "you start to smother up here high in your chest. Then it starts working down on you. It just bears down all around and you can't move a muscle." Paving, Sewer Project Quashed A disputed paving and sewer improvement project for parts of Arcadia boulevard, Fairmount, Adams and Lee streets apeared dead today. The office of the city engineer reported a protest petition contained valid signatures of 65 per cent of the land owners in the proposed district. The City Council previously gave tentative approval to the project on the basis of a petition favoring the improvement. It b6re sig- i natures of more than 50 per cent ! of the owners of assessable frontage. i No new petition seeking the improvement may be filed for at least six months. Former Dio Aide Faces Deportation LOS ANGELES -- OB -- L o u i s Lieberman, former "muscleman" for New York gangster Johnny Dio, today faced deportation to his native Austria. Lieberman, 45, alias Lou Martin, Louis Cohen, Scarface Louie Lieberman and Louis Green, was arrested yesterday by immigration officers in a downtown fabric yardage salvage shop he operated. The former New Yorker was ordered held on $10,000 bond, pending a deportation hearing next Thursday. Immigration authorities dispute Lieberman's claim that he is a U. S. citizen. Justice department authorities in Washington said Lieberman was released from prison Feb. 19, 1955, after a conviction of robbery in 1951. They said he also was convicted in New York of robbery in 1931. Since his release from. prison, Lieberman has lived in nearby Rosemead, Calif., with his wife and 15-month-old child. He was divorced from a former wife two years ago. Attorney General William P. Rogers said the arrest of Lieberman was part of an immigration service drive to deport gangsters and racketeers whenever possible. Richard C. Hoy, director of the Immigration Department here said Lieberman's convictions on two felonies made him eligible for deportation. Dio, former "associate" of Lieberman, will be sentenced next Wednesday on an extortion conviction. He now is serving a two- year sentence for bribery. Boy Rescued After FaU Into Ravine A sheriff's office rescue party carried a 12-year-old Arizona Children's Home ward out of the Tucson Mountains last night after he fell into a deep ravine, suffering severe injuries. Johnny Johnson was given emergency treatment' at County Hospital and transferred to St. Mary's Hospital. He is reported in fair condition today with internal and back Injuries, head lacerations and multiple bruises and abrasions. Deputy H. C. Rodriguez and two ambulance attendants carried the boy down Amole Peak after dusk. Andy Wiblemo of the Children's Home told deputies he took a group of 13 boys to the Tucson Mountain Park yesterday for an outing. He said he divided the boys into two groups according to age, starting them on a hike. He led the younger group. Wiblcrno said he had reached the top of Amole Peak, walking slightly ahead of the group, when one of the boys ran up and said, "Johnny fell!" Wiblemo raced down and worked Jiis way into the ravine where he found Johnny still conscious. The boy had fallen 10 feet down a sheer cliff, then slid another 20 feet. Wiblemo sent George Hollis, 10, to the Old Tucson road to summon aid. A passing motorist called deputies, who formed a rescue party consisting of deputies, park workers and visitors to the park. Johnny lost consciousness on the hour and a half trip down the rocky peak. Solution Dyed ' VISCOSE Completely Installed Over Rubber Pad Arnold's 147 S. 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