Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 21
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T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 21 Desert Garden At Museum Opened May 10 The ^long-planned demonstration desert; garden at the Arizona-Sonora .Desert . lu- seum will be opened May 10, supporters of ; the museum were told 'at · the tenth an- nu?il; .membership'.-.' -meeting Saturday.' 1 ';''.'^v^ · · " ' . . . . : ' . - / THei garden, sponsored by theimuseum and Sunset Magazine, is designed to show, the best home use.of desert plants and }s the only one of Us kind in "the worlds THE BOARD.df trustees reelected John D. Jameson as president of the museum and George W, Ghambers, ,v i c e president. A l s o re-elected were Joseph Wood Krutch; secretary, and Mundey Johnston, treasurer. , In.his annual.report to the memberv Museum Director ·WHHam H. Woodin.said 184,908 persons .visited the museum .'.In 3.962 Admissions for the first three months of 1963 i n d i c a t e - t h e figure will be even higher for the current year, Woodin said. A new building to house orientation exhibits has been completed, Woodin reported. The exhibits, which will introduce visitors to the ways of the desert,and show how p l a n t s and animals adapt themselves to living on it, will be completed this year. --Mardls Photo JOHN D. JAMESON F u n d s for the orientation room were provided by the Sarah Mellon Scaife Foundation of Pittsburg. ANOTHER much-needed facility now nearly, complete is an addition to the museum workshop, Woodin said. - The extra space will provide more room for preparation, construction and repair of exhibits. Under'. contract with- the U.S. Bureau of Land Manage- pient, the museum is completing a structure on its "Water Street" exhibit, showing proper and improper 1 a n d use where water is concerned. The new part of the exhibit will open in June,. Woodin said, ELECTED TO the board of t,r u s t e e s we re: Charles B r e a s t e d , Mrs. Keith S. Brown, Stephen H. Congdon, Mrs. H. H. d'Autremont, Mrs. R. E. Ellinwood, J o h n S. Greenway, E. , P. Hunziker, Mrs. Lincoln Johnson, Mrs. Polly, t. Lee, Dines Nelson, Lloyd J. Perper, Gilbert Ron- stadt, Mrs. George Rosenberg, Watson Smith, Sidney F, Tyler, U.S.' Rep. Morris K. Udall, Mrs. George Voevods ky, Peter Voevodsky, Chambers, Krutch, Jameson, John ston and Woodin. The appointment of Dr. Lawrence M. Gould and Herbert S. Ullmann to the advisory council was announced by the board. Jameson paid tribute to John A. Albright, advisory council member, and to "Cactus John" Haag, former museum horticulturist, both of whom died within the past year. W A S H I N G T O N -- U P ) -Births continued to decline during February, but the death rate was up under the mpaet of the winter's in- 'luanza epidemic. It was the 20th consecu- ;ive month that the birth rate las gone down in comparison to similar months a year earlier. The r Public Health Service, 10 Lots At Arivaca Sold At Public Auction Ten lots--the last of Arivaca's original townsite lots --were sold at public auction Saturday for prices ranging from $140 to $250. Except for one. contest for three lots, all of the parcels sold for their appraised values. The buyers included one Arivaca man, D. H. Fullerton, and four Tucsonians, R. O. Edmonds, 4130 E. 4th St.; Warner Lewis, 2909 E. Elm St.; James E.. Perry, 1922 W. Camelot Road and Miss Elizabeth Doyle, 634 N. Treat Ave. Miss Doyle purchased three lots for $420.. Perry bought one and the others two each. The sale was handled by Superior Court Judge John F. Molloy, who is trustee for the townsite. Molloy and his wife flew to Arivaca by private plane from the State Bar convention in Scottsdale. A total of 16 lots, each having a frontage of approximately 24 feet, and a depth of 175 feet, originally had been listed for the auction but it later was discovered that six of the lots already were owned. Arivaca, with a population of about 100, is nestled in the San Luis Mountains, about 65 miles southwest of Tucson. It was laid out as a townsite by the Pima County Board of Supervisors in 1914. Lots at that, time were valued at $10 each. FREE HEARING TEST Before you invest see our new . . · Radioear Hearing Aids We Service All Makes of Hearing Aids BAILEY Hearing Aid Center 603 N. 4th Avenue "Know Your Hearing Aid Dealer" Advertisement /*· New Discovery Now Makes It Possible To Shrink And Heal Hemorrhoids Without Surgery Stops Itch--Relieves Pain In Minutes X. New York, N. Y. (Special): A world-famous institute has discovered a new substance which has the astonishing ability to shrink hemorrhoids without surgery. The sufferer first notices almost unbelievable relief in minutes from itching, burning and pain. Then this .substance speeds up healing of the injured tissues all ·while it quickly reduces painful swelling. 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NOTICE OF PUBLIC AUCTION SALE Sale B-2-2 Project 1-10-5(3)261 Removal Sale of Buildings NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Arizona State Highway Department will sell at Public Auction the following described buildings: Sale of buildings will commence at 10:00 A.M., Wednesday, May 1, 1963, at El Camino Motel. located at 4th Avenue and U.S. 80, City of Tucson. Terms are cash af the time of sale ITEM #1--PARCEL 1054 The entire East, 4 Unit Motel Building, located at the corner of 4th Avenue and U.S. 80, In the City of Tucson. All Salvage to become the property of the successful bidder. Site Clearance Deposit $100.09. Removal time 3/t days. ITEM #2~PARCEl 1054 The entire West Office and Living Quarters of mo El Camino Hotel, located at 4th Avenue and U.S. 80, City of Tucson. Site Clearance Deposit $100.00. Removal time 30 days, Further Information may be obtained from the Arizona Hlcbwny Deportment, Right of Way Division, Tucson, Arizona. MAIn 2-5701, Mr. Wilbur Rockwood. Death Rate Up As Births Show Decline L . - . ' ' · JL.: - . . ; -' · ·. · 1. ·_··· . . -· ; reporting these statistics today, said .the winter's influenza epidemic had a heavy impact -on the death rate. February's r,ate of 11.2 per .1000, population was among the highest monthly rate re- fcorded in four epidemics since 1957,- Y : · : ; · - . . - : ' . ' . · · : . And, this ^monthly report said, there' were indications that the March death rate may go even higher than that of February. : An estimated 314,000 babies were born during February, compared with 318,000 a year earlier. The rate was down to 21.8 per 1000 population from 22.4, a drop of about 3 per cent. The fertility rate of 109 live births per 1000 women in the, childbearing ages was also down 3 per cent. ' ' · · · . . . · · ' . /'.'. : ' ,' v : "The 12-month cumulative figures indicate a deepening in the decline of the birth rate," the report said. 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