Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 17
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 17

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 1, 1960
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PAGE 18 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE I, 1960 Dofo from U.S. WfATHt* BUKIAU Dapr. ol Comm«r« WEATHER Levi S. Udall Funeral *t 1*rop. yesterday Hifhrtt trmp. ye»r no HUh record lor d*t» (ISMi Low temp. ye*teid»y w lernp. 'e-»r »go Me«n trmp, e»rterd*y ' M e a n temp. e a r *{0 NorrlaJ temp, thin date. ............ I H u m i d i t y S.30 p.m. ye»terd»y ' H u m i d i t y 5.30 · m, t;i»v Sunrise , * !9 S'jntet 1 O»! for 2« H o u r , E n d i n g »t 5:30 *.rn. (Tucipn t i m e ) STATION M*x, Mm. Prep. M FORECAST U m i l Th.un.doy Morning i^gurei Show Law T*mp«rGtur«» £xp«ci»d U. S. WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST Scattered showers are expected tonight in northern Maine, western Washington and in portions of the Great Lakes area, tfte upper and middle Mississippi Valley, Kansas and Oklahoma. It will be cooler in the northern Plains; slightly warmer .in western Washington. A t U n U I Billing M Boi.e » Ration · * B u f f a l o - * Calgary n Casper. Wyo W Charlotte *' i Chicago ··· " 9 ! Cincinnati *' ' C l e v e l a n d TM '· Denver 8I Des Moines · ' · sl Oelrolt " DouRlas *° El Paw? 9S Fall-bank? 5S flagstaff 14 Ft. Worth *» Honolulu * s Indianapolis ! Kans»! City i Ui« Vecas . 50 43 U 43 17 43 63 «5 · 57 ;o 52 71 M H2 Memphis . Miami Beach. Fla, · ! Minneapolis S8 IV 15 I and bond was set at $200 in Jus- j i lice Court. ; .--^ i -|-v , j Another second offender, Har-: JJrunk Driver!old v. zoiimger, 41, of 5031 s.{ i Liberty Ave., also was ordered to i i pay a $200 fine and serve 20 days f i in jail. ' j First offenses brought custo-J j mary JJOO fines and 10-day jail j · i terms for five others in City and ; I Justice courts. j They are Walter Lee Gardner.' 2nd Offense Gets 20 Days A second drunk driving offense j brought a $200 fine and 20-day jail term yesterday for John H. \ Cowser, 47, of Rt 3, Box 743. Cowser filed notice of appeal 35, of 2210 S. 6th Ave.: Armando Ravago, 20, of 75i W. Missouri St..: Edmond A. Bern-, 45, of 151 W. Roger Rd.; Manuel Bermudez, 19, of 52 Calle Vasquez, Nogales, Son.; and Jngrid H. Cash, .33, of 125 E. Flores St. Bermudez also pleaded guilty to driving without a license and was ordered to pay a $50 fine or serve 10 days. New Orleans "" New York '* Oklahoma City 8Z Omaha ** · O V i i t n r i f l n h i a " Me. Portland, Ore. Bapid City -- iSi. Lo"i» Salt LaXe City San Diego j Ssn Francisco If · Seattle Tamp" ] Toronto m M S2 SOON! WATCH FOR THE BIG NEWS Washington j wichlw · - · \ Yuma m 60 . KI 18 m 13 SO 61 S3 yi 70 51 M SI SB 51 81 t» -VI 82 (II 70 TR -Robert U. Klrut. meteorologist in chu-te. Tucson U. S. We»ther Bureau Sank Sub; Saved Same PEARL HARBOR, Hawaii-MV-A .U. S. submarine was deliberately sunk off the island of Maui, in Hawaii, on May 10. The Navy in the announcement yesterday said it was the first time in U. S. naval history that »n unmanned submarine was sunk and salvaged for the purpose of training. The submarine rescue vessel USS Greenlet sank the submarine. As soon as the hulk settled on the ocean bottom, the Greenlet went to work. Her mission was to rescue "personnel" aboard Die sub and attempt its salvage. As the submarir* Jay in* " 150 feet of ivtter, t rescue' 1 crew of four went down in the Greenlct's d i v i n g bell, opened the after torpedo room hatch, and entered the submarine. Deep sea divers performed salvage work. No further appraisal of the operation was given. The operation is part of a program designed to keep submarine rescue vessels up to date with the Navy's modern submarine fleet. 'iTie Navy named the sunken submarine as the Ex-USS Ti- nosa which sank 22 enemy vessels and damaged 12 others during "World War II. You arm invited to th« Open House of our Sunday, June 5th from 1 to 5 p.m. GIFTS FOt EVEtYONE THww art voluobU, p*rmon«ntty rogistorod, 9oW or»d *·!*· k«y cho'mi for oduhi.. . balloons for tH« TUCSON FEDERAI, SAVINGS A « « O C ) A T r O N 820 E. FT, LOWELL ocross from Amphi Ploia Shopping Center Scheduled For Tomorrow PHOENIX--UPI--Relatives and Arizona Supreme Court justices will be among pallbearers and honorary pallbearers for the funeral of Levi S. Udall, 69, senior member of the state's high court and head of the JOO- member Udall family. The funeral will be held at'*l| p.m. in Ninth Ward Chapel of j of San Jose, and Rutger G. Smith. a nephew who is president of the the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (18th Ave. and Earll Dr.) in Phoenix. ; Burial will be in Memorial Park, j Phoenix. j A daughter, Elma Udall, is en | route from her job in Helsinki as J O n the great seal of Arizona be- a State Department secretary. The other children of Louise and j Levi Udall also will be present. Sisters Pauline Smith and Mrs. North Phoenix Stake of the LDS Church. Bishop Keith W. Hubbard of the Ninth Ward will officiate. Udall's body lay in state today neath the rotunda of the capitol. Friends may call tonight from 5 to 9 p.m. at Mortensen-Kingsley Mortuary and tomorrow from 10 10 Wayne ' Sherwood, both of Phoe-j to 11:30 a.m. at the family home nix, also will be present. j(3112 W. 17th Ave.). Other children are sons, Morris j The family suggests contribu- K. and David Burr, Tucson attor-1 tions be made to the Levi S. j neys, and Rep. Stewart L. Udall! Udall^Memorial Scholarship Fund I (D-Ariz), who will be among the pallbearers. Udall suffered a fatal cerebral hemorrhage Monday afternoon on a small family outing along the Hassayampa River near Wickenburg. He died an hour after being admitted to Wickenburg Community Hospital. ]n addition to his sons, Udall's pallbearers will be nephews, Nicholas and Calvin of Phoenix, and iBishop Kenyon Udall of Gilbert and sons-in-law Eugene T. Turley of Phoenix and Warren Whiting of Richmond, Va. Turley and Whiting are husbands of Udall's daughters, Inez and Eloise. Honorary pallbearers will be his brother,-David K., of Long Beach, Calif.; Gilbert D. of Mesa; Jesse of Los Angeles and Don of Hoi- brook, a Navajo County Superior judge; State Supreme Court Justices M. T. Phelps, J. Mercer Johnson, Fred C. Struckmeyer "Jr. and Charles Bernstein; retired justice Dudley W. Windes of Phoenix; Dr. Joseph Pace, a nephew. at the University of Arizona. Udall was a son of David King Udall, pioneer Arizona Mormon settler and founder of St. Johns where Levi Stewart Udall was born Jan. 20, 1891. He became, on Apache County Superior Court c l e r k in 1915, studying law in his spare time. 'He was County attorney for two terms, and served as Superior Court judge for 16 years before winning election in 1946 to the State Supreme Court. Lawns of Smilin' Sim Says: BERMUDA CAN be Beautiful IF YOU'LL Fertilize, water and cut piTiperly Tucson Fertilizer Co, 3900 N. Fairview Rd. HELPS "Green Thumbers" Timeless trim fit! 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