Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 36
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 36

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, May 12, 1967
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PAGE 36 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 WEATHER Large City Or Small, Problems Seen Same U. S. Weather Forecast Showers are predicted for tonight for most of the southeastern portion of the nation. Snow flurries are expected in parts of the central Plateau. It will be colder in the Northeast, central Plains, lower Mississippi Valley into Texas and southern Plateau. NEW MOON FIRST QUARTER uossru Friday, May 12 Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow -- . Moonset tonight June I May U May May 31 8:12 p.m. 4;28 a m . . 11:33. First Quarter Mav 16. The planet Venus, seen near the moon tonight, now Is about 94 million miles from the Earth. Venus slowly will grow brighter during the next 2 months. . Highest' temp, yesterday 84 ',·- Highest temp, year ago 82 ·'High record for date 1960... 102 · Low temp, yesterday 55 '· Low temp, year ago 53 Low record for date 1953....46 .: Mean temp, yesterday. 70 'Mean temp, year ago 68 Normal temp, this date 72 Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday 14 Humidity 5 a.m. today 29 Barometer Range .. 29.98-29.89 Sunrise 6:29 Sunset 8:12 Friday, May 12, 1967 Data For 24 Hours Ending At 5:00 A.M. 24-Hr 13-Hr *»-Hr · S T A T I O N Max Min_ Pnclp Tampa 86 Toronto 42 Washington 79 Wichita 70 74 32 52 47 .24 .13 Robert L. King, meteorologist in FLAGSTAFF (AP)--The mayor of Sioux Center, Iowa, told delegates to the Arizona League of Cities and Towns that problems mayors face, whether they serve large cities or small ones, are much alike. "I am quite certain that whether one is the mayor of San Francisco or Broken Bow, Neb., his deadliest enemies are the status quo, vested interests and ersonal inertia," Maurice A. A. Te Paske said Thursday. Te Paske said one common problem is that cities, villages and counties have inadequate revenues to supply needed services. He said this is because their judgets usually are limited by state legislatures. The legislatures, he said, are unable to supplement local revenues sufficiently. Iii other action, Arizona police chiefs began studying the idea of temporarily taking a person's driver's license when he is arrested on a traffic charge. More than 30 members of the Arizona Association of Chiefs of Police discussed the plan during Most of the chiefs were in agreement should be cbarge, Bureau Albuquerque.... 83 47 Atlanta 82 71 .. . Billings 38 27 .. Bismarck 43 29 Boise "49 31 .06 Boston. '. 54 43 .43 Buffalo 46 37 .98 Calgary 38' 24 .07 Casper, Wyo. ... 40 29 .32 Charlotte 78 64 .01 Chicago 59 41 .. Cincinnati 82 51 T Cleveland 57 43 .47 Denver 49 38 .04 Des Molnes 56 44 Detroit ...../... 54 38 .36 El Paso ..'. 89 54 Fairbanks 51 35 Ft. Worth 96 76 Honolulu ....... 85 72 Indianapolis 71 25 Kansas City 74 49 Las Vegas 76 50 Little Rock 90 72 Los Angeles .....67 52 . Memphis . . 9 0 71 T Miami Beach ... 81 77 .. Minneapolis -- 52 30 -New Orleans ....89 74 New York 52 46 .78 Oklahoma City .. 81 59 T Omaha 57 42 .. Philadelphia ... 64 48 .37 Pittsburgh ..... 64' 44 .62 Portland, Me. ... 58 39 .97 Portland, Ore. .. 60 45 T Rapid City 39 32 .25 St. Louis 77 45 Salt Lake City.... 47 32 .28 San Diego 66 51 San Francisco .. 57 50 .01 Seattle "... 53 45 .12 Tucson, U.S. Weather ARIZONA WEATHER Douglas ...85 42 El Paso 89 54 Flagstaff 60 30 Ft. Huachuca ....79 46 Gila Bend 84 55 Grand Canyon ...59 26 Maverick 60 18 Nogales :80 37 Payson 71 30 Phoenix 84 51 Prescott 68 30 Tucson 84 50 Winslow 74 37 uma 82 56 that police records removed from the state prison and transferred to Phoenix. Some of them said they were hesitant in sending fingerprints and other material to the prison because the information is filed by prison trustees. They proposed a one-day Dangerous Drug Institute that woul' 1 include chiefs, juvenile officers and school officials as well. Oceanography Lecture Slated ''Oceanography in Arizona" will be the subject of the science lecture program to be presented at 8 p.m. Tuesday by the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum. The speaker will be Dr. Donald A. Thomson of the University of Arizona biological sciences department. Thomson is an authority on marine life found in the Gulf of California. An assistant professor of zoology, Thomson currently is researching the flora, f a u n a and tides of the gulf waters for the U.S. Office of N a v a 1 Research in a cooperative project involving the University of Sonora. The lecture, open to the public without charge, will be given in the Physics-Math-Meteorology Auditorium on the UA campus. Lifesaving Class Set A senior lifesaving course will begin Tuesday at the Central YMCA, 516 N. 5th Ave. The class will meet at 7 o'clock Tuesday and Thursday nights. Upon completion of the course' both YMCA and Red Cross certification will be given. Public Records BIRTHS SI. JoMph's Kosottil Mr. and Mrs. Wathor Walker. 5018 E. 23rd, a slrl at 9:03 a.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Harry E. Dumont, 5750 E Lee, a girl at 10:29 a.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Huaraaue, 1555 S. 5th, a boy at 11:4) a.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Atlllo Dupertuls. 1*50 S. Normounl, a gir! at IIMl a.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Russ R. Barney, 3432 N. 1st, a boy at 7:50 p.m. May 10. Tucson G«n«ril Hospital Mr. and Mrs Oscar Garcia, 813 W. Nevada, a boy at 6-M p.m. May 10. Tucson Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kranis, 5837 e. Falrmount. a girl at 7:46 a.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Benlamin Enclnas, 225 Aviation Drive, « nlrl at IT: 17 a.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Teynaldo Dies. 1343 S. Farmington, a boy at 12:54 p.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Pearson. 833 E. Mitchell, a girl at 6:50 p.m. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Abbott. 4420 E. 30lh, a boy at 7:22 p.m. May 10. MARRIAGES Guillermo Gomez Nunez. Jr., IB, Tucson, and Josephine Ann LOP«Z, 18, Tucson. Andrew Everett Seldel, 61. Tucson, and Frances Msv Kldwell,-«l, Phoenix. Porflrio Machll Yoklwa, 47. Marana, and Cristina Sol Alvarez. 43. Marana. Charles Arthur Holben, 19, Tucson, and Julie Lee Youna. 18, Tucson. DIVORCES Maxlmlana L. Martinez vs. Estanls- lado C. Martinez, complaint. Susan Brewer Hlatt vs. Charles Milton HIatt, complaint. Kenneth D. Northway vs. Joan Northway, complaint. Charles F. Bucklund vs. Evelyn Blum Bucklund, complaint. Donna Baker Plckett vs. Jerry A. Picket!, complaint. Virginia c Stambaugh vs. Richard G. StamBaugh, complaint, Mary Asnes Woolsey vs. James Aaron .icolsey. decree. Alfred 0. Neumann V*. Bettv J. m jSdlth de A r Sn Johnson v*. Bud Jl S!SfelS el Bllon vs. Chesler Fulton;, de Uida' M Greemvalt vs. Charles Wll- Ham Greeriwalt, decree. Maria OMla Chavez vs. Edward Chavez, decree. ,,.. Isabelle Rea vs. Pete Rea, decree. Emily C. Dalnus Jones vs. Reect. 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