Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 3, 1973 · Page 7
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1973 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PASS Pentagon Papers defense pleas lose sSteSk judges get LOS ANGELES (AP) - The judge in the Pentagon Papers trial has declared the government was wrong to withhold important evidence from Daniel Ellsberg and Anthony Busso, 'but:he has ordered the trial to continue. U.S. Dist. Judge Matt Byrne denied defense motions for dismissal and mistrial late yesterday, but 'he warned he may impose "sanctions" penalizing the government for its actions later in the trial. He said,the government held back documents which-might be helpful in trying to prove Ellsberg and Husso innocent of espionage, conspiracy and ,theft in connection with the release to news media of the Pentagon papers, a top-secret study of U.S. involvement' in Vietnam. "There is no question in my mind that the nature of'-the documents .was and is exculpatory/ 1 and should have been turned over," Byrne said.' The documents in question were studies by government analysts which concluded that more than half of the Pentagon study would have been worthless to an enemy when released. · ' · : . · . W ·.:: ;/;;:.. · The government, which had been under a court order since last April to give such material to the judge, did not do so. The prosecutor, Asst. U.S. Atty. David Nissen, said at" various times that no such material existed. The studies were surrendered by Nissen^nly after a government witness mentioned a report the judge had never seen. Byrne then launched a probe which unearthed 37 separate documents, 13 of which were ordered turned over to the defense immediately because they contained evidence which might aid the defense. Most of the studies were more than a year old. Before' they were dis : covered, the government had been seeking to prove through testimony that. Ellsberg and Russo endangered the nation . by releasing material harmful to security and defense. Weather Reports. Forecasts 10 Data From NATIONAL W£A7H£« SERVICE. NOAA, U.S. Oepl. ol Commerce fi«urn $h»w l*w Tempenrtwet Until Sunday ~ C«niult lecet Fer*«ett Utktadl »r»«i»iteri«* Net Selections by governor PHOENIX (AP) - A proposed Constitutional amend* ment authorizing appointment of judges by the governor has been approved by the Arizona Senate.-,. ' · ' · · . ' ' : The Senate approved the measure 18-10 yesterday and sent it to the House. Democrats opposed the bill, contending it would deny people the right to vote for judges in the two larger counties. Counties under 150,000 population would continue to elect their Superior Court judges. The proposal, which would require voter, ratification, would set up nine-member nonpartisan commissions in Maricopa' and Pima counties and a third at the state level to nominate judges. The Arizona chief justice would head all three commissions, the other members being three lawyers picked by the bar association, and five laymen. . All commission members except the "chief justice would be appointed by the governor with Senate confirmation. Once appointed, judges of , the Superior, Appellate and! Supreme Courts would stand for election on their records. "This is along step forward 1 in. removing , judges . from the | political arena," sala Sen. Leo K-Ffooenix; floor sprat ' sor. . "There is no such thing as ^Republican orpemocratie jus- ' ' ' " -- AP Wir*oh»M Snow northe ast, rain west Snow Hurries were expected In portions of the Northeast and Rocky Mountain states, while rain was forecast for much of California and snow was forecast for neighboring Oregon and Nevadaf. Tucson Temperatures Highest temp, yesterday ;·;· 67 Highest temp, year ago ... 55 High record for date 1959 .. 76 Low temp, yesterday ...... 38 Low temp, year ago ....... 30 Low record for date 1949 ,. 25 Mean temp, yesterday .... 53 Mean temp, year ago ..... 43 Normal temp, this date ... 51 Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday 16 Humidity 5 a.m. today .... 29 Forecasts Tucson and Southeast Arizona -- Considerable cloudiness tonight and tomorrow with a few showers. Continued mild temperatures. Lows tonight 35 to 45. High tomorrow 60s. Phoenix Area -- Considerable cloudiness. Chance of showers tonight, decreasing tomorrow. Mild temperatures. Low tonight upper 40s. Highs tomorrow upper 60s. Northwest Arizona -- Scattered showers tonight. Snow in the mountains. Decreasing clouds and showers tomorrow. Continued mild. Lows tonight mostly 30s. Highs tomorrow 50s. Southwest Deserts -- Considerable cloudiness with scattered showers tonight and tomorrow. Continued mild. Lows tonight in the 40s. Highs tomorrow mostly 60s. Central Basins -- Considerable cloudiness. Showers tonight Snow level lowering to 6,000 feet. Showers continuing intermittently tomorrow. Lows Frt.'j F*. II Ftb. 17 Frt. M Barometer range . 30.13-29.97 Sunset today ...;...... .6 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow .. 7:16 a.m. Moonset triis evening 6:37 p.m. First quarter Feb. 10 Arizona The planet Mars rises-at 4:24 ami. It is now in the constellation Ophiuchus and will soon move into Sagittarius. Mars is now brighter than the North Star. Kaln Scoreboard 1973 to date... .06 1972 to date 00 NormaMo.date 88. Last rain Jan. 31, 1973 01 tint'/ num. \XORTHEAST TG*AND\tin.\ rtATEAU \ CYN. tonight mostly 30s. Highs tomorrow 50s. Grand Canyon -- Considerable cloudiness with snow showers tonight and! continuing intermittently tomorrow. Lows tonight 20s. Highs tomorrow upper 30s. Mogollon Rim -- Considerable cloudiness with showers spreading to all sections tonight. Snow level near 6,000 feet. Snow showers continuing intermitently tomorrow. Continued mild. Lows tonight 20s. Highs tomorrow 35 to 45. White Mountains -- Scat- tered snow showers tonight and tomorrow. Continued mild temperatures. Lows tonight mostly 20s. Highs tomorrow 35- to45. Northeast Plateau, Little Colorado Valley -- Considerable cloudiness tonight and tomorrow. Scattered showers continuing intermittently tomorrow. Snow level near 6,000 feet. Continued mild. Lows tonight mostly 20s. Highs tomorrow 40s and low 50s. Temperatures Bisbee 57 33 .. Coolidge 71 47 .. Douglas 61 32 Flagstaff 39 16 Fort Huachuca . 58 42 'Globe 58 24 Grand Canyon .. 39 28 · Hawley Lake .... 23 -15 Kingman 55 39 Nogales .'...65 31 Phoenix 72 50 Prescott 58 32 iSafford 63 35 Show Low.....!.. 45 20 Tucson 69 52 Winslow ........ 50 26 .. Yuma 69 45 T But Senate Minority Leader Harold Giss, D-Yuma, .denounced the plan as evidence of "loss of faith in the people's ability to choose their own judges." "We are told that this measure would take the selection of judges out of politics," hei said. "That is not so. The politics win be shifted to a closed elite group front the bar association." V Sen^ Scott' Alexander, E- Tucspn,voted ; f6r-the bill but admitted he had some r «'trouWewithit: ? ' ' ,| "I hope our colleagues in | the House make some changes in it," said Alexander.. 'The Senate "approved virtually the same proposal last year, tout the measure died in the House. : r The Senate also approved a bill that would provide the same benefits to 'National; Guardsmen Injured in the line 1 of duty as provided under' workmen's compensation, laws. , · : This would increase the current maximum of, ?200 a month to a. $MO minimum and raise the limit to $1,000; The U.S., Mexico and Canada National Data for 24 hours ending at 5:00 a.m. 14-Hr. 12-Hr. M-Hr. STATION Wax. Mln. Prep. Albuquerque .... 41 20 . Atlanta 60 35 . Billings 43 32 . Bismarck 42 21 . Boise 44 24 . Boston -54 45 1.00 Buffalo 57 33 .58 Casper,Wyo. ... 36 24 .. Charlotte 68 40 .08 Chicago 44 33 .06 Cincinnati , 54 33 .13 Cleveland 57 35 .32 Denver 48 26 .. DesMoines 33 23 .. Detroit.... 53 33 .12 ElPaso. 59 29 .. Fairbanks ...... Ft. Worth ....... 61 32 Honolulu 81 66 .. Indianapolis .... 53 33 .09 Kansas City.:.... 34 26 .. Las Vegas 55 39 Little Rock...... 56 38 LOs Angeles 69 55 Memphis 46 35 Miami Beach ... 79 57 . 2 Minneapolis 32 18 New Orleans .... 66 44 New York 57 46 1.51 Oklahoma City ..54 31 .. Omaha 30 13 .. Philadelphia .... 60 42 1.46 Pittsburgh ':. Portland, Me. ... 49 40 1.71 Portland, Ore. .. 49 40 RapidCity 54 27 .. St. Louis 44 30 .01 Salt Lake City ..25 10 .. San Diego 72 54 .OL SanFrandisco ..57 52 Seattle .......... 49 37 .17 Tampa .......... 74 52 .57 Washington ..... 63 40 .85 Wichita ...... . . . 4 9 27 .. Canada Calgary.. ........ 50 20 .. Edmonton ...... Montreal ........ 42 12 .. Ottawa .......... 37 13 .. Eegina .......... 38 14 .. Toronto ......... 44 35 .. Winnipeg ....... 28 17 .. Vancouver ...... 43 37 .. Mexico Data for 24 hows ending at 5 p.m. yesterday Hermosillo ...... 79 Mazatlan ....... 81 50 .. MexicoCity ..... 77 45 .. OVER 20 ' Y E A R S Q F SERVING TUCSON Heating 61 Cooling GLOVER MILLER FLOWERS HY -HAL BUfrN 1600 I S t l l , A f t -- Citizen Choto by Bill Hooklns Hat-chick girls Rodeo queen finalists (left to right) Barbara Glover, Kay Russell, Vicky Westenburg and Jenny Arbogast decided to help out hatless rodeo clown Rick Young by loaning him their hats so he'd beln style for tonight's Big Hat Jamboree at the Tucson Community Center. One of the girls will get a new "hat" of her own at the dance when she is crowned queen of the 1973 La Fiesta delos Vaqueros. Creative Interiors aniiUM by .,. ,· and CUSTOM IMTERIOtS;:INC. Paul Rupel " " IT i'.AS AlWAYS BEEN IMPLIED THAT ANY HOME INTERIOR (,,'. 'm: CREATED BY A PROFESSIONAL HOME DECORATOR IS EXPENSIVE. ' . ii ITS IT NEED NOT BE -- WHEN YOUR INTERIOR,IS CREATED. BY THE PROFESSIONALS AT CARPET WORLD., ?;/;"» .1 INVITE YOU TO STOP BY 8. VISIT, WITHOUT ANY OBM-i CATION, ABOUT YOUR CARPETING, DRAPERY 8, F,URh,'!r TURE NEEDS. EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT. '/_ -J_^ ASK YOUR HOME BUILDER ABOUT OUR SERVICES. Wf'VE- BEEN SERVICING HIM A LONG TIME. 4459 E. SPEEDWAY ,.,,,,,. Ph. 79S8J1 (Only 1973 Tueion Apptinnei) See die stow Out tit ttiilW jWifnets in 21 tut- r hits kehit SIO RHIiM mile »i an U k nn » Idtir i«« iiliml IV Siitiil.. February 3, 8:00 p.m. One Performance Only TUCSON COMMUNITY CENTER MuiicHall .... pcopf* nof nation* or ideology ore wfmf maffer. that's on idea worth celebrating and Up With People doe* if with cnorm, fovt, ana uncompficarfajoxr Don H*clman. NtwjrorkJBmM "A bfaze of color and mbVt'fhtrii.. . . iheer exuberance, vitality, and quality," El CM, Dnh-lMtiun Mr Nn* Iw ""} ARIZONA HIGHWAY DEATHS Jan.2G-Feb.l 1973 ] Kffled .'..... 5 :/u Fatal Crashes 5 A Since Jan. 1 · ' ' '. \ · ·' · * ' yam so -j$$-° Fatal Crashes ;,· -.47 moi Suiter 'B MONTIMT ItSTAUtAHT I . AMD COCKTAIt JOUNCt ^J , THEROULETT [ ENTERTAINS TONITE 1:30 TO 12 SATURDAY SPECIALS STEAK I, LOBSTER TM»~.4.95 IOZ. TOP SIRLOIN STEAK2.75 «ai 1 E. SPEEDWAY TWO BIG BUFFETS SERVED TOMORROW LUNCHEON FROM 11 TO 3 - 11.15 - DINNER 5 TO 9 P.M. - J2.25 Wtaflrer «*ti MMtM »v ftwert ),, Kins, «fficiaT m cMntt, TVCJ NatHmri Weattifr Jtrvic* Bond issue inequities charged PHOENIX -- There is a lack of concern for the older, established areas of Tucson in the ?54 million bond issue to, be voted on Tuesday, according to two Tucson Democratic state senators. Sens. Frank Felix and Sam Lena said yesterday the bond issue neglects the Tucson areas they represent in the Arizona Legislature. , "We recognize the city has major street problems, but these problems are not limited to one side of the city," Lena said. The two senators urged careful consideration, for the first three propositions which deal with street improvements, lighting and storm drainage. As examples of older areas that are neglected in the bond issue, Felix cited the Manzo, A Mountain, Kroeger Lane, Barrio Libne, South Park and El Rio areas plus the general southern parts of Tucson. They also questioned an $8.45 million proposal for a 640-acre park on the far southeastern side of the city where no residential development has yet taken place. "The demand for expanded park facilities exists in our areas today," Lena contended. "The people in our areas also need civic improvements that are not contained in the bond proposal," Felix sail. HOLMES MOBILE TV 1702 N. Stone Ph. 884-7021 SAVE NOW! LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES SAVE NOW! LESS THAN WHOLESALE PRICES v.._ ,, Nod«r Ghernwiian and his brother Rofi, master rugweavers, will be weaving and lecturing on Penian'Rugt Tuesday, February 6, at the Hilton in Tucson where Persian Rugs will b* given as door prizes during th« auction for promotional purposes. (Free illustrated booklet written by Nader Ghermezian on Art of Persian Rugs and how to determine a good Persian Rug will b« distributed among the visitors). Movie on art of Persian Rugs , will be shown, Persian Rugs Auction Tuesday Exhibition Opens 5:30 P.M. - Auction Starts at 7:30 P.M. MING YOUR ROOM MEASUREMENTS Free Exhibition Of Ancient Art Form At The HILTON 1601 N. Miracle Mile Strip, Tucson .By Nader Ghcrmc/'.ian Iranian Brotherhood of Rugweavers Iran: An exhibition of more evaluate the beauty and the craftsmanship of those Persian than 1,000 examples of unconditionally guaranteed first-class, but also all new and only the highest-grades and qualities of authentic Oriental and Persian Rugs will be held free to the public, Tues., Feb. 6, from 5:30 P.M. at the Hilton in Tucson, followed at 7:30 P.M. by an auction, lecture and a brief talk on the historical significance of this rare art form. Each rug purchased at t h i s a u c t i o n comes with a two year warranty. Residents of the Greater Tucson Area are urged to visit this exhibition and auction and rugs immediately available to add to or begin their collection of this ancient art form which is destined to grow more valuable as it becomes ever rarer. 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