Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1966 · Page 32
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 32

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, March 8, 1966
Page 32
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T U f c S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY, MARCH t, IH6 The Weather And You Thar* are sone things we fet from the wind* that are perhaps less immediately obvious than the unpleasant results from unusually hot or cold winds or the steadily blowing winds that r a s p o u r n e r v e s . There are the pleasant impressions that come to us from winds. , Winds influence our thoughts «wr feelings of well - being producing impressions of vtoovement in the landscape. Findt iway -the trees and bush- troond us, both gently and wildly. The grasses wave mar* animatedly in a strong wind. Clouds move majestically overhead and waves ripple on lakes. When we see such pleasant movement around us we usually feel better because the view and the jmpresslons we get are pleasant The winds--iiice winds--can sometimes affect us psychologically in such ways that they are soothing to us. Such influence is usually associated with a beautiful landscape. The landscape is shaped in part by the winds-whether it is the landscape of Cape Cod or. the denuded desert near Palm Springs. --Medfcis Familim Data frwH U.I. WMDMI MMMV -? Wlrtphofi' , . · . - · · . . WeatEeEorecast iRain is predicted for the north and central Pacific coast and for most of the Gulf coast. Snow will fall lo . Montana and parts of the northern and central Pla* teau. it will be colder in the north central area and north Atlantic states and warmer from the Rio Grande to the Atlantic coast. WEATHER Tucson Skies Today Sunset today ..·;...'.,..·..,;.. s*:J7 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow ....v.;.. 4:43 i.m. Moonrlsetodtir:;...;.v.i.. 1:37-p.m. Last Quarter March 13. Todiy. the Wncoplc plinetv Ur»n- ut and Pluto, ir* loppotltctht Sun ind tht nwrtit to tin Earth th(y will bt ftit yMr; Th»: distance of"' Uranus now Is a little more than 1V4 billion miles, and that of Pluto It · llttte less than 3 billion mites. March tt March » Aurll I March 14 Highest temp, yesterday 74 Hlohest temp, year ago 71 High record for date WO (4 Low temp, yesterday 43 Low temp, year ago ................. 36 Low record for date 1«4 27 . M* 8 " temp. y*sttrday 40 ·Mean temp, year ago '.'........... 54 ·Normal ttmp. this'date ....'.... 57 rHtmVHfy, S p.m. yesterday ........... 17 * Humidtty.5 a.m. today .« 55 f Sunrise........ 4:43 Sunset...;.... 4:27 ,* Data fir M Mur* «K£M at f:M a.m. i tiiMdiy, M»rth"i, i*u t STATION : ; : ; - : M a x . Ml VAIbuqutrWM ......... 44. ^Atlahni ,.v.......rt....-'t4' VBilling* .............. 42 IBfcmardC 30 .Boise 44 · Buffalo IS 28 ,23 24 24 37 27 13 Trep.. .02 Calgary 34 12 Casper, Wyo. 45 2 7 " ;;. Charlottt .I........... 45 24 ... CWcaBd ..:...i....... Jl 24 Cincinnati 30 17 Cleveland 23. 17 .11 Denver ; 43 2» ·;.. Das Mrtnes 33 . 24 Detroit 24 ao Tr Douslas ..; 74 37 El Paso 74 3» Fairbanks --7 ^31 Flaastaff. 54 23- Ft. ; Worth ;:.;.;...... 59 . 4S Tr Of«hd ; Canyon. 52 23 Honolulu: ..'...;'; 80 4» 01 Indianapolis 32 17 Kansas City .......... 44 33 Las-Vesas 70 4J Little Roclt 52 39 i-os. Anoeles 74 52 Memphis 43 24 Miami B«*ch,,Fla. ... 45 51 Mlhhespblls .- 32 2« New Orleans 54 43 New York 42 27 Oklahoma City 57 37 Omaha 37 31 Philadelphia 39 25 Phoenix 79 42 Plttsljurohr.... 27 11 Portland, Me 40 25 Portland; Ore 50 42 Rapid City 40 34 St. Louis ..-.... 37 20 Salt Lake, City 53 35 San- Dleeo -,.:..; : 49 52 San Francisco 41 55 03 Seattle ..;. 50 41 1 Tampa 5J 4t Toronto. ;...... 24 11 TUCSON 74 45 Wwhlngton ..; 42 24 Wichita .'...,: so 32 Yuma, Ariz. 82 51 Robert L. Kins,, meteorologist In charge, Tucson U.S. Weather Bureau IBEFORE YOUNG DEMOS »' - ... ·' ; ; ; ;, i / -'"".,: y ··" '~ Sheriff Qark's \ Sparks Hot Exchange » Sehna, Alabama's Sheriff James Clark has been I maligned and should have a right to answer charges, *one side held. I But the other side argued that his coming visit to *Tucson is designed to create dissension in the com- *munity. Those, were some of the alle- 'gations aired in a debate yes- 'terday before the Young Democrats of Greater Tucson. The Rev. William H. Bowler, pastor of Metropolitan Baptist Church and executive committee member of the Tucsoa Committee to Support Your Local Police, defended his committee's invitation to Clark. Robert L. Horn, president of the Tucson chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, ^NAACP), said he does "not protest Clark's right to speak here . . . or the right of the School Plight Action Taken -. ·« By Board ,j The Board of Supervisors has faken steps to help the John .and Marvin Gasho families out 911 their school transportation problem. The board deleted 15 sections of land from the Sahuarita School District, enabling the Gashos to work out an agreement with the county school superintendent on transporting the children to Vail School. The Gashos' homes are separated from Sahuarita Elementary School by a bombing range. The families last year unsuccessfully sought a court order to compel the district to transport four children some 28 miles wound the range, pe court said, however, that if the families could find a more accessible school elsewhere, the children would not have to attend Sahuorita. I sponsoring organization to bring him here. "But we do protest the motives of the sponsoring agencj which claims it seeks to im prove the image of the local police." ' The Rev. Mr. Bowler did no defend Clark's handling of-civi rights disturbances in Selma bu attacked the press for present ing "a distorted picture o what went on there--a pictur that showed Sheriff Clark un fairly. "He has civil rights too an in the face of all that has bee: said about him . . . it behoove us to give him a platform from which he may answer," the Rev Mr. Bowler said. , Clark will speak Friday at p.m. in the Rendezvous Room of the Santa Rita Hotel. Yester day's luncheon meeting was in the same hotel The NAACP chapter has an nounced it will picket Clark' appearance. "Clark's coming to Tucso; represents to me and to other of the Negro community and t all other decent citizens the 1 civil rights workers killed Alabama last year," said Horn Under questioning from mem bers of the audience, the Rev Mr. Bowler said his group ha no connection with the John Birch Society. He called thi committee "purely local" am said its members "believe tha local law enforcement agencie, are the first line of defense against a takeover from out side." Asked what purpose he hopet would be served by Clark's appearance, the clergyman sai( he hoped Clark would "teach the local police not to be bullied or badgered in the face of na tionwide protests against au thority." Local police have disclaimec any part in the invitation to Clark. BOTH STORES OPEN WEDNESDAY 9A.M. TIL 9P.M NOW shop Downtown for these Home Furnishings».a complete new floor to serve YOU! Choice of patterns! All True China! Regularly 39.99 and 44.99 SANGO and MIKASA China Sets Complete services for eight now rtduced especially for Spring Sale, 29.88 3 Patterns in TRUE China by SANGO: MODERN, center scroll design, coupe shape, platinum band. NOSEGAY, rosebud border design with platinum band. GAY ROSE, stunning yellow rose banded by gold. 3 Patterns in Mikasa Casual China: LEAF BALLET, border 1 design of beige and brown leaves. GALAXIE, stripes in green, turquoise, cobalt blue. ATHENS, black Greek key on gold/sandalwood squares. Just for Spring Sale : savings, true Wyndham china by Sango for formal table settings A1STD Mikasa casual china for everyday use. Such an excellent pattern variety... all in services for 8 that include all basic pieces. Above patterns will not be available in open stock. 12 Styles at 1 Low Price! Regular 22" to 32" TABLE LAMPS, CHAIN LAMPS 19.97 41" Traditional, avocado glass base/green gold shade 40" Hand carved Italian fruirwood column, gold/white shade 44%" Venetian glass on Flemish bronze and black base Chain lamp replica of Old Spanish Oil Lantern Chain lamp-hand decorated leaf design, antique brass fittings Shown are but a few · . . come in, see our entire sale-priced collection! You'll be sure to find just the right lamp style to solve your lighting and decorating problems at the same time. Be early for your favorite at a saving! Quantities are limited levy'* tamp Deparfmenf--Second Floor, El Con Only All other items advertised on this paga available in our Home Furnishings Floor, Lower Lev»l, Downtown and Second Floor, El Con. Our own Stemware--4 patterns Goblets, : sherbets or wines in: VERNE GOLD, banded bowl, clear, crystal; RHYTHM, gray bowl,- cleat stem; WILLOW, pattern on clear crystal; CONTEMPO PLATINUM, harrow band on dear crystal ' A ftC 1 | 1 | W R«g. 1.50 to. Reg, 7,95 Floral Arrangements Fresh-looking, colorful florals for spring attractively arranged in their very own containers... save almost $3. during this annual spring event! You'll find a great variety... 4.97 Our own exclusive AMC brand Regularly 22.99 for this complete set! 12-pc. TEFLON COOKWARE Here's your opportunity to save over $4. on this quality set of cookware in our own exclusive AMC brand (made for us ;by one of America's quality cookware makers)! A 12-pc. .no-stick, no-, scour DuPont Teflon coated set: you get 1, 2 and 3 qt. sauce pans with covers, l^/i". 10" fry pans, 5-qt. Dutch oven with cover, nylon spatula spoon. 18 Ren : 10,99 Shelfmaker Bathroom Storage Shelves 8.97 Chrome: poles and a n t i q u e ivory shelves fit above toilet tank for a d d e d storage! Easy to install jack-spring poles. 3 shelves with towel hangers, too. Regularly 11.99 each! Choice of 6 MANNING-BOWMAN ELECTRIC APPLIANCES Now, our lowest price ever on these fine quality electrics from Manning-Bowman for your Spring Sale saving. All feature a 1-year service guarantee. 8 · Waffle Iron · Coffee Percolator · Automatic Toaster Steam Iron Hand Mixer Broiler Oven Reg. 7.99 Quality Sterling Silverplafed Gift Pieces Sterling: glass lined salt pepper, tall or low compote, jam jar spoon, pr. candlesticks, others. Silverplate: coffee server, sugar/ creamer. Well Tree platter, gravy tray, tray, shrimp server, cov. vegetable. First time on sale in open stock! BEVERLY MANOR Quality Silverplate by Wm. Rogers, a Division of International Silver Co. Regularly 75c to 2.00 each piece! Regularly 7.99 Silverware Storage Sets Sale Priced Quality hardwood construction with tarnish resistant linings. You'll save hours of polishing by keeping your silver in this protective chest. Reg. 15.99 silverware storage chest in drawer style 5.97 9.97 49' 99, Teaspoon · Iced Tea Oval Soup · Salad Fork Cocktail Fork · Buffer Knife Butter Spreader · Sugar Spoon Dinner Forks Dinner Knife Table Spoon Cold Meat Fork Gravy Ladle Pierced Server Berry Spoon Lower Level of Downtown Store; Second Floor of Ef Con

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