Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 16, 1967 · Page 2
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PAGE 2 Enlertd « Mcond clan rr*Htr Post o«le«, rucjoo, Arlron* T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY, MAY 16,1967 Cartoonist Honored Dee Mort Walker, creator of "Beetle Bailey," a regular feature on the Tucson Daily Citizen comic page, has been named by the National Cartoonists society as Best Cartoonist In the category of humor strips for 1967. Walker's award was decided by a vote of the society's more than 500 professional cartoonist members throughout the world. Paul Dayton erviees S Set Sunday A memorial service for Paul K. Dayton, resident of Oracle and Tucson since 1935," will be held at 4 p.m. Sunday at the Oracle Union Church in Oracle. Mr. Dayton, whose local address was 2914 E.- Drachman St., died Sunday at San Manuel Hospital at the age of 84. Born in Towanda, Pa., Mr. Day-ton took a degree in mechanical engineering from Cornell University in 1905. He had his own mechanical engineering office in New York City until illness forced him to come to Ariona. He and his wife, Anna, made what he called "a modest discovery" of an ancient tomb (300 B. C.) in Oaxaca, Mexico. The Daytons excavated the Zapotee-MIxtec t o m b w h i l e working with a field group. A Congregationalist in New York, Mr. Dayton became a member of t h e Oracle Union (non-denominational) C h u r c h and was active in its work. He also belonged to the Cornell Club of Tucson and the YMCA. During World War I, Mr. Dayton was a captain in the air corps serving under Billy Mitchell in France in 1918. He was a descendant of the Van Kuy- kendalls, Dutch settlers in New Amsterdam in 1619. Survivors include his widow, Anna Griggs Dayton; a daughter, Mrs. Thomas McCord of Lafayette, Calif.; two sons, Griggs of Denver and Paul Jr. of Tucson; two b r o t h e r s , George V. and Seth H., both of Towanda, Pa.; nine grandchildren and two great grandchildren. The family suggests remembrances to the Oracel U n i o n Church. Lugo Rites Scheduled Tomorrow Tucson Lawman Killed In Crash Funeral services will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrov for Richard Lugo, a former Tucson policeman and deputy sheriff, who was killed Sunday near Yuma while working for. the U. S. Border Patrol. Lugo, 31, was operating a four-wheel drive vehicle five miles southwest of Yuma at 1:20 p.m. Sunday when a front tire went flat. T h e v e h i c l e overturned, crushing Lugo. Another border patrolman, Bruce Plaskett, escaped injury. The accident happened on a gravel road. Lugo, a native of Bisbee, worked for the city police department from Sept. 3, 1959, to Jan. 10, 1964. He then joined the Pima County Sheriff's Department and worked there as a deputy until joining the Border Patrol about 10 months ago. Although he worked out of Yuma, Lugo maintained his home in Tucson at 1316 W. Congress St. . He is survived by his widow Virginia; a son, Arturo; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manue; Lugo of Bisbee; five sisters Mrs. Lydia Garcia, Miss Cecilia Lugo, Mrs. Socorro Hartman, Mrs. Armida and Mrs Cecilia Romo, all of Bisbee and six brothers, Charles oi Tucson, an employe of the State Liquor Control Depart ment; Robert, William, Tony and Conrad, all of Bisbee, and Manuel of California. Rosary will be recited at I p.m. today at Tucson Mortuary Following Mass tomorrow at yet to be determined, church graveside services will be held at Holy Hope Cemetery b; Morgan McDermott Post No. 7 of the American Legion. Court Sentencings Sentenced in Superior Cour yesterday were: Robert Lee Reed, 18, of 1202 San Jose Drive, one-year in county jail for accessory to grand theft. Alex Thomas, 19, of 1619 E San Marino St., one-year proba tion for grand theft. OIlie .L. Williams, 33, of 503 S. Highland Ave., five years probation for first-degree bur glary John C. Condon, 20, of 7310 La Oesta ; three years probation for grand theft. Amphi Teachers' Pay Hike Trimmed, Benefits Raised Honored At Air ROTC Review Distinguished participants in the University of Arizona Air Force ROTC review today were (left to right) Cadet Col. David Zorich, Angel Fit. Capt. (Citizen Photo by Dan Tortorell.) Charline Joganic; Col. John W. Chapman, ROTC head who announced his retirement Angel Fit. Capt. Kathy Parry, and Cadet Col. James Medford. Tucsonians Honored At UA Air Force ROTC Review The Air Force ROTC at the University of Arizona held its annual graduation review today j in honor of 25 cadets who will be commissioned at commencement or later in the summer. Also as a part of the ceremony in the stadium, awards and medals, were given to 20 cadets and two members of Angel Flight, the support organization of women students. Tucson Cadet Col. David Zorich, received the Professor of Aerospace Studies Award. » id Cadet Col. James Medt'ord, also o* Tucson, won the Department of Military Aerospace Studies Corps Training Award. The Department of Military Aerospace Studies Corps Training Award for basic ROTC went to Cadet Capt. Richard Viau, Syracuse, N. Y. Cadet Col. Alan P. Frost, Tucso.i, won the Air Force Association Detachment Award and C det Col. Stephen Barneyback, Oakland, Calif., received the Arizona Air National Guard Award. American Legion M' : I try Excellence Awards went to Cadet Capt. Michael W. Cylke, Tucson, and Cadet Lt. Col. Henry Schulte. Haskell, N.J. Recipients of the American Le- gion Scholarship Awards were Cadet Capt. John W. Ground, Tucson, and Cadet Col. William L. Zar, Pittsburgh, Pa. Cadet Lt. Col. Kenneth W. Ellins, Santa Monica, Calif., won the Air Force Times Award. Robin Pearse of Phoenix, a Lindy Replica Off To Air Show MCGUIRE AFB, N.J. (UPI)-The Spirit of St. Louis No. 2, an exact replica of Charles. A. Lindbergh's 1927 monoplane, left Monday night for the Paris Air Show next week. The replica was carried aboard a military jet transport, following Lindbergh's original route to Le Bourget Field. Flight time was estimated at somewhat under seven hours. In 1927 it took 33 1-2 hours to fly the same route. The air show opens May 26. second lieutenant, won the General Dynamics Air Force ROTC Cadet Award. Three Tucson students received Reserve Officers Association Medals. They are Cadet Capt. Jeffrey Noredensson, Cadet 2m 1 Lt. Charles C. Hinman a n d C a d e t Basic David Coats worth. Sons of the American Revolution Medals were presented to Cadet Col. Charles J. Shidisky, Cadet Basic Frederick P. Selk and Angel Flight Capt. Charlene Joganic, all of Tucson; Cadet Capt. James F. Stephenson, prescott, and Cadet 2nd Lt. Robert C. Swan, Scottsdale. Tucson Chapter Air Force Association Awards went to Cadet 2nd Lt. Charles N. Holman, Tucson; Cadet Col. David L. Johnston, Brookfield, 111.,, and Angel Flight Capt. Cathy Parry, Artesia, N. M. Professors At UA Urged To Organize · A state teachers union .officia has advised University of Arizona professors to organize so that they can bargain collec lively for salaries and fringe benefits. James Bacon, Phoenix representative of the American Fed eral of Teachers, AFL-CIO, told memebrs of the American Association of University Professors yesterday they will have to be come militant in order to be effective. "I invited him to speak be cause I wanted the faculty to get the union point of view since many of them asked for it," said Dr. Cornelius Steelink president of the 300 member UA chapter. On the national level, there has been strong pressure to af f i l l a t e the 100,000 membe: AAUP wit hthe 130,000 member teachers union. There is no plan for affiliation here. Amphitheater teachers lost 50 each in base pay last night jut gained a total of $11,000 in other benefits as their school xiard revised the salary schedule it set a month ago. In April, teachers' minimum starting pay was hiked from $5,100 to $5,250. Last night, the board, without comment, cut this back to $5,200 and voted to pay a higher rate for college credits earned by instructors beyond the bachelor's degree. Teachers now will earn $7 per year for every such credit. Most had been receiving $5 per unit, although a few who had earned credits after July 1966 were paid $10 for each. The move, according to Assistant Supt. Lawrence W. Cross, was aimed at rewarding career teachers. The board's original salary schedule was rejected formally by teachers, and negotiations continued through last w e e k . They had sought an over-all increase of about $100,000. The first raises granted by the board totaled $45,000. Last night's revision will cost the district about $11,000 additional. All raises are effective next fiscal year. On the basis of estimates made in the salary session last month, the total of $56,000 could add 56 cents to the Amphitheater District's property tax rate of $8.70 per $100 of assessed valuation. Trustees also unanimously adopted a resolution calling for studies to provide insurance benefits to the teachers, and establish a salary schedule which would be in line with those of other districts. The board's action brought no comment from the audience of about 100 teachers. After the session, Richard Evans, head of the committee which handled negotiations, said the new pay scale "is a little better, but naturally we're disappointed." He indicated, however, that teachers probably will .sign their contracts without further objections. "We've done everything we can, and the fact that we're a little better off than before is something," Evans said. As expected, the board also appointed Cross acting superintendent for the coming year to replace Dr. Marion Donaldson, who is joining the Maricopa County Junior College system. Suit Filed Against Two In Fatal Auto Crash Two Tucsonians involved in a The complaint contends that LITTLE BOYS PLAY COOL... 3 Boys StiU Missing In Caves Area HANNIBAL, Mo. (AP) -- It has been nearly a week since Craig Dowell, 14, Joey Hoag, 13, and Billy Hoag, 11, were last seen, presumably entering one of the many caves that lead into a spider-like web of passages under the old hometown of Mark Twain. There have been no substantial clues discovered since the boys were seen last Wednesday afternoon, carrying a shovel end flash lights near Murphy's Cave. Early today, Dr. Stanislaw Vincenz, of St. Louis University, began modifying an electronic instrument normally used to detect mineral ore deposits. The associate professor of geophysical engineering was asked to join the hunt for the boys in hopes his instrument might locate the shovel and flashlights the youths were carrying. "I think the chances are very »hm," Dr. Vincenz said, "but we can't miss any chances. ' three-car vrash claiming the life of Mrs. Sharon Young last week are being sued for $250,000. Defendants in the Superior Court suit, filed by her husband, Edward Young, are Robert N. Renfrew, 24, of 2041 W. Merlin Road, Chris T. Costo., 20, of 4644 E. 24th St., and their mothers, Mrs. Norma Renfrew and Mrs. Margaret Costos. Young claims that Renfrew and Costos were drag racing when their vehicles collided with that driven by the 21-year- old "Vs. Young. T h e crash occurred last Wednesday at E. 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