Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 6
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·tUtCSON-, D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 RADIO LEADS TO RESCUE Tucson Woman Boat's Distress BEGINS It was enough to make any; Woman drop her knitting. ;;Mrs. T Pal' Burl, «5W Calle JNtercurio^ w^s clfctanr away with 0;'needles and idly ,lreten- Ing to- a citizen band jradio iWedii^day when it happened ' The'Yadio sputtered ·rAndVby a flalw, out-came a Idistress: message ,from Florida, 2,000-miles away ,in an area ^theoretically unr^achable by -the radio. , · Mrs. Burt drojiped^er knitt- !ing --f and listened ^ * 2 ' , ( '.' : The message waS jfQm $ome- 'one in'-la boat m' the Gulf of, ·Mexicb '/off v the v ^tetfaa ^h !sula. The boat was fogbound -|and in need of help ; The message was repeated ^four times, at five-minute inter 'vals. ', "No one else on the air ;seemed r to be paying any atten- Mrs. Pat Burt ion," said Mrs. Burt, the mother of five. So the housewife/ Whdse»air^ man 'husband is out of (own, otfed down ( ,the details and called the Arizona,Highway Pa- 'rol. ..;.': ^;{' ; ; ,. At the patrol, a slightly dumbfounded sergeant,- - -Allan- Schmidt, took the information and sent it via teletype to the highway patrol in Tallahassee. From there -the .message was relayed- to the sheriff's office in Taylor County, Fla., the nearest spot to :Where the message originated. Then the Coast Guard was alerted. ' And, -- ibingq -- a couple of hours later the stranded boater, a woman, was rescued. Mrs. Burt is still amazed. So are radio buffs, who put the successful contact down to unusual atmospheric conditions. ' FT. JACkSON, S.CI The Army today rejected defense motions for dismissal and immediately opened its court-martiaT ; trial · 6f ;i a young medical officer charged,;' with disloyalty because of his '-statements ' ; against t h e ' war in Vietnam'., , . . ·'-..''· Inyentory Shows $101,773 Estate I: 'A $101,773 estate ' was 1 i left by Mrs,; ATMe Z. Aries,, who died here-Dec, 5, 1965, according to an /inventory filed "in Superior .Court. Mrs. Aries, widow of Philip Aries, resided at 527 N. Stewari Ave. The estate, which is to be di vided among Mrs. Aries' · three children, is made up of person al effects, bank accounts, tms funds and stocks. :··.' ··· AVmy*law officer"Cal, Earl' V* Brown^facting in the capacity of judge, threw out''motions, to dismiss the charges. on grounds hat , the-.statements; of Capt. Howard'B. Levy· were protected ^.constitutional'' guarantees. .61 ·eedom of speech. - ; '.X ' . 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