Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 26
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'JkGE'26 1 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N U.S. Weather Forecast Snow flurries are forecast tonight for lower Great Lakes region. Rain is expected in southern Texas and part of the Gulf Coast. Showers are due from the Pacific Northwest to the central Rockies. (AP Wire- photp) ... ' San Francisco ....65 53 .04 Seattle 58 48 .60 Tampa 64 50 Toronto 35 28 Washington 59 36 Wichita 64 30 Robert L. King, meteorologist in charge, Tucson. U.S. Weather Bureau. NEW FIRST FULL LAS1 MOON QUARTER MOON QUARTER March 51 March 7 March 14 March 31 Highes.t t.emp yesterday 72 Highest temp, .year ago . ' . . . . 73 High record for date 1956 ... .83 Low temp, yesterday ....--48 Low temp, /year ago 54 Low record'for date 1965 ... .20 Mean temp, yesterday 60 Mean temp, year ago 64 Normal temp, this date 56 Humidity 5 pirn, yesterday ..31 Humidity 5 a.m. today 61 Barometer Range 30.11 -- 29.89 Sunrise 6:47 .Sunset 6:24 Tucson Skies Sunset today .. 6:25 p.m Simrlse tomorrow 4:45 a.m. The moon, at apogee today, sels tomorrow at 12:40 a.m. Jupiter and Resulus are h'sh overhead tonight at 11:34. Next month at this time Jupiter will be northwest erf Reaulus. Tuesday, March 5,1968 Data for 24 hours ending at 5:00 a.m. 14-hr. 17-hr. 14-hr. STATION Mix. Mln. Precip. Albuquerque . .59 32 Atlanta 55 27 .. Billings 65 39 Bismarck 52 27 Boise 69 51 Boston 38 32 Buffalo .:·."..... 33 31 .. Calgary .-,...;'..-..56 28 Casper, Wyo. ..;.58 35 Charlotte ,.,......58. 20 Chicago ..'.......58 Cincinnati ......54 Cleveland ...... : . 44 Denver 60 Des Moines 63 Detroit 49 36 30 20 27 40 22 El Paso 54 44 .01 Fairbanks 20 -1 Ft. Worth 54 38 .M M Honolulu Indianapolis .... 56 28 Kansas City 61 39 Las Vegas ....... 75 46 Little Rock 59 30 Los Angeles 87 60 Memphis 55 34 Miami Beach, Fla. 68 ' 53 Minneapolis 54 38 .04 New Orleans 56 43 New York ...45 34 Oklahoma City ...53 34 Omaha 66 35 Philadelphia ....50 34 Pittsburgh 47 25 Portland, Me.....31 12 Portland, Ore:... 67 48 .05 Rapid City .......64 28 Sr.. Louis 59 40 Salt Lake City ... 62 36 San Diego 83 57 Iron King Mine In State Sold PRESCOTT (AP) - A Tooele Utah, mining company has bought the Iron King Mine near Humboldt and expects to return the iron mine to production at once. The announcement was made M o n d a y by officials of McFarland Hullinger. The mine, operated by the Shattuck- Denn Corp., was closed last Dec. 31, idling 220 workers. Spokesman for the new company said employes would be recruited locaity but it was still uncertain now many would be hired. The new owners said the mine probably would not be operated on its former scale. Advertisement Burial Insurance for Ages 1 to 90 Pcraons ages 1 lo 90 are novr eligible to register for a plm» that provides funds for funeral expenses. In addition lo paying the funeral bill it enables a person to Rive written instruction for the funeral. The plan costs only * few r.ento · day and pays the funeral fciH, regardless, of how little has been paid. The Pierce National Life InMircd plan provides cash for funeral expenses *l any funeral director in the world. For complete information without obligation, write Purple Shield. ED MARTIN General Agent Phone 277-5641 Brother Sues To Obtain Stock Leslie N. Baker, a Tucson resident, has filed suit in Superior Court demanding that his brother, Irving L. Baker of El Paso, Tex., sign over half of 43.500 shares of stock to him. Leslie Baker is also seeking a restraining order to keep his brother .from disposing of any property of the Ariztex Land Co.. an Arizona Corporation. The Tucson man claims he gave his brother $100,000 cosigned a note for $10,000 and was supposed to receive half of the company stock in return. He says his brother has given him only 10,000 shares of stock. PUBLIC RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES Raul C. Rodriguez, 45, Tucson, and Rose Marie Korchmaros, 21 .Tucson. |_ee Edward Phillips, 21,' Tucson, and Eva Judith Gutierrez, 20, 1 u'cson. Rlcardo Gomel, 23, TOcson, and NancV Louise Acosta, 22, Tucson. David Norman Konkot, 19, Stevens Point, WIs., and Charlene Sue Klrtland, 21, Apache Junction. ' Ramon Vlllalobos Trevizo, 25, Tucson, and Yolanda Erllnda Duran, 22, Tucson. Ben Manuel Molina, 22, Tucson, and Bonnie Ann Fisher, 19, Tucson. Tomas Torres Elzy, 55, Doualas, and Clementina Alvarez Samaniego , 43, Douglas. DIVORCE ACTIONS Theodore Scott Forbes vs. Kathorine Madeline Forbes, complaint. Nancy Rand Munsell vs. Slephen F. Munsell Jr.. decree. Jean Kdle Godare vs. Donald Godore, decree. Tryouts Slated For Miller Play · Tryouts for the Arizona Civic Theatre's production ol 1 Arthur Miller's "A View Prom the Bridge" will he held at 2 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at the Santa Rita Hotel. The play will be directed by Richard Davalos, well-known Broadway and Hollywood actor Tucson for this production only. The cast includes -three women and 12 men of various ages, and director, who will ,be in Production dates are April 9-13. Dances Arranged Folk and square dance get-to- gethers will be held the first and third Thursdays of the month beginning this week at fche Tucson Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. Open to the public, Miss Camille Bersu instructs the 8 p.m. dance sessions. iFREi ESTIMATES ·· COMPLETE LINE ALUMINUM PRODUCTS FDR HOMES AND TRAILERS BANK FINANCING Modern-Air Aluminum Ind. 623-9314 or 793-8743 Sun.-Eves. Open SKID AM to 5:30 PM iSEHABLAESPANOLaW Merle Supcwifz vs. Myrna Supowili, de- Sara Annette Howard vs. Willie Fred Howard, complaint. Mary Ellen 'Gannon- vs. William H. Gannon, annulment complaint. Raymond. Dancy vs. iMoselfa · Dancy, complaint. Jo Ann Hassell vs. Bobby Ray Hassell Sr., complaint. Paulette Truesdell Vs. Terry M. Truesdell, complaint. LInaa Furr vs. James Furr, complaint. Judith Bleakley vs. Michael Blcakley, complaint. Evelyn Crais vs. John T. Craig, annulment complaint. Alice White vs. Joe White, dismissal. Doris J. fllumenthal vs. Stanley L, Blumpr.thal, decree. Bert B. Blabon vs. Rose Nccochea Blabon, decree. Downey A. Morris vs. Joann Morris, complaint. John E. Morrison vs. Pesgy Ruth Morrison, complaint. BIRTHS ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL Mr. ana Mrs. George Gonzales, 219 E. 33lh st., a girl at 11:4! a.m. March. I. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thellen, 6050 E. Broadway, a sirl at 1 p.m. March 1. Mr. and Mrs. Brian Howard, 3414 E. Kleindate,.a olrl at 11:26 a.m. March 2. Mr. 'and Mrs. Weldon Turner, 3240 E. Towner, twin girls at 12:38 p.m. and )3:55 p.m. March 2. Mr. and Mrs. William Sharp, 2741 W. Drexel, a boy at 1:20 p.m. March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Bernat, 205 S. Eu- calyplus, a boy at 8:55 a.m. March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Klrchner, flil E. Hawthorne, a girl at 4;4b a.m. March 4. ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Joaquin M. Galvoz, 650 Calle Ramona, a boy at 7:35 p.m. March Mr. and Mrs. Charlss H. Bass, 224.5 Ironwood Hills Dr., . a boy at 10-58 P.M. March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Scovill, 2409 E. 3rd St., a girl at 11:25 p.m., March 2. TUCSON GENERAL HOSPITAL ..Mr. and Mrs. Danny A. Ruiz, 4552 E.' 32nd St., a girl at 4:35 a.m. March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel -S. Diaz, 126 W MacArthur, a girl at 3:47 p.m. March 3. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER M/-I and Mrs, Alfred Anaya, 1724 .W. Veterans'PI., a girl at 3:09 p.m. March Mr. and 'Mrs. Roben Mendez, 925 S. topfiz Ave., a girl at 2:40 a.m. March 2. Mr. and Mrs, Jesus Valle, 4514 S. 13th Ave,, a fllrl at 3:12 a.m. March 2. Mr. and Mrs. David Fellows, 4025 E Lee St., a Ctrl at 8:22 a.m. March 2. Mr.and Mrs. Robert Cardenas, 328 E. Palmdale, a girl at 8:32 a.m. March 2. .-.Mr. and Mrs. Fred Parker, 3726 N. Mesqulte, a sirl at 4:06 p.m. March 2 Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bracamonte, 920 S-.falmera, a boy at 4:35 p.m. March 2. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Berry, 3026 N Gerommo, a girl at 9:54 p.m. March 2. · M r . and Mrs. Clinton Mellor, 1470 S Palo Verde, a girl at 12:21 a.m. March 3. Mr. and Mrs. George Matthews, Eagar, Arizona, a alrl at 4:50 a.m. March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Arlington Gulllory, 119 W. 2nd St., a boy at 11:53 a.m. March 3. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Karplnski, 2527 E Lester, a boy at 8:39 p.m. March 3. Mr. and Mrs. John Oliver, 52 W. Delano, a boy at 3:05 a.m. March 4. SENIOR CITIZENS NO SERVICE CHARGE CHECKING ACCOUNTS BANKFTUCSON TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1968 Court Senlencings Sentenced in Superior Court yesterday were: -- Bernard Sclilentker, 30, drawing checks on no account (two counts), two 1 t o . 2 year terms in Arizona State Prison. : -- .Larry, David Ryan, 22, joyriding, 1-year probation. MovieOn.Ozavks Movies on "A Fall Visit to the Ozark Country" wiil be shown at the Saturday meeting oE the Missouri Club at the YWCA, 716 N. 5th Ave., following, a' 6:30 p.m. potluck. Golf Lessons Slated Men and women, beginners' golf lessons are offered by the Tucson. Jewish Community Center, starting this week at Randolph Park'from 10 to 11 a.m. To register for the classes being held Tuesdays and Thursdays, persons should contact Woody Cohen at the-center. J Us repoir your Air Cooled engines; fewer ,....,,,. plants,tK.. **4»!'y ACOMMTEMItTS* 3 KPAllSHYltt." 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