Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 43
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PAGE 46 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N U.S. Weather Forecast Showers will blanket much of the western part of .the nation tonight, stretching south from Montana to Texas and east from California. It wiil be colder in Florida and warmer in the Great Lakes area. NEW FIRST FULL LAST MOON QUARTER MOON QUARTER Mirch 21 March 1 Mirch U March 11 5 Highest temp, yesterday 72 Highest temp, year ago 64 High record for date 1960 ... .84 Low temp, yesterday 52 Low temp, year ago 34 Low record for date 1959 28 Mean temp, yesterday 62 Mean temp, year ago 49 Normal temp, this date ......57 Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday 37 Humidity 5 a.m. today 85 Barometer Range 24.96--29.85 Sunrise 6:45 Sunset 6:26 Tucson Skies Sunset today 4:24 p.m. " Sunrise tomorrow 6:43 a.fn. " Moonset lomorow 2:33 a.m. ;- FO Moon .. . March 14. ;·«·· MORNING. PLANETS ; v Venus rises it i:40 a.m. · ·v Mercury lust north of Venus. ..Venus now Is more than 30 times »s brlsht as Mercury but Mercury Is ·ntarer us at this time. Thursday, March 7,1968 Ending at 5:00 a.m. Data for 24 hours 24-hr ll-hr 24-hr Max Min Pracip .STATION Albuquerque ... 65 44 Atlanta '....62 31 Billings 60 35 Bismarck .57 26 JEJoise 51 37 Boston 32 28 Buffalo .........33 12 Calgary 53 32 "'Gasper, Wyo 57 35 .15 Charlotte .......62 36 Chicago . . . . . . . . 3 5 29 , Cincinnati 44 23 Cleveland 32 18 Denver 61 29 Des Moines 52 28 Detroit 42 20 El Paso ., 67 49 T Fairbanks 40 16 Ft. Worth 56 45 .02 Honolulu 83 69 Indianapolis ....47 25 Kansas City 55 33 Las Vegas 65 47 Little Rock 62 30 Los Angeles 66 52 Memphis ,59 33 Miami Beach .... 69 59 .02 Minneapolis 44 33 New Orleans 65 49 .02 New York 40 21 Oklahoma City.....64 48 .01 Omaha ...57 36 Philadelphia ....46 2G Pittsburgh 36 17 .07 Portland, Me 34 10 Portland, Ore. ... 58 44 .0: Rapid City, .......75 37 St Louis 50 22 Salt Lake City ... 54 .-41 .08 San Diego 65 54 San Francisco ... .57 50. .1 Seattle 52 42 ' Tampa ...62 .51 .7C Toronto 28 10 Washington 51 27 Wichita .63 38 Robert L. King, meteorologis in charge, Tucson. U. S. Weather Bureau Heavy Runoff Predicted : J'HOENIX (AP) - The U.S. Soil Conservation Service says AHzona can expect a heavy runoff.' on all its streams, i -The service says San Carlos Reservoir can be expected to }$ve more than the high of 544,- 1XJO; acre-feet in 1953. J^On the Salt River, more than twice the normal runoff is expected; 2% times more on the JG;la River and on the Verde River, 130 per cent more. ···vjCifficials' said Lyman Lake on the;Little Colorado River should Music Auditions At UA t The Arizona Federation of Music Clubs will audition seven instrumentalists for a $1,000 junk)? division scholarship award Sunday from 1 to 3 p.m. at Crowder Hall, University of Arizona . · .The award, known as the Na- iional Stillman Kelley Scholarship award, covers a period of four years' tuition. The competitors, all under the age of 17, are from Tempe, Bisbee and Tucson. Tom Inglis Flowers 2362 E. BROADWAY 622-4643 REMOVES STUBBORN STAINS RIGHT IN YOUR WASH J NO RUB NO SCRUB AT YOUR GKOCEK SPECIAL ALL AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS Band and Linkage Adjust ment --Clean Pumps Screens JOHNSON'S AUTO REPAIR 36 full by.mid-April. It is 63 per cent filled now. The service said the water content at higher elevations Kai jeen reduced very little despite the above-normal temperature which have prevailed in the snow regions. PUBLIC RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES " J he ^ ff * r J !" K - Wllll 6*r«e», 22, fucson .RontkJ Mack Starred RUth Alice Mlllla.n, 21. cson. , 21. Tucson, »nrf .n, 21. Wcson. ' F. John Shreck, 31, Musc»llne, low», and Kathleen Joyce Brattalm 21, Tucson i R SP 8l J? ,?· R Sl m ?- r ' 22 Tucson, and loria A. Mesa, 21, Tucson. Ronald W. Woodall, JB, Tucson, *nd Linda Kay Palmer, 22, Tucson. · Alberf Lawrence scofleld, 14 · Tucson, and Mary Marsaret Eykamii, 21, Tucson. James Lawrence Warren, 22, Tucson, «nd Janice Lot/lse Loeffler, 1!. Tucson. Charles Russell FredTey, U, Phoenix, «nd Wendle Lee Perkins, 20, Phoenix. DIVORCE ACTIONS , Doriaclano Hernandez vs. Delia Santf- ov=l Hernandez, complaint. Patricia L. SHII vs. waiter E. Still, complaint. Althea Lorraine Weaver vs. Kennelh Dean Weaver, complaint. Marilyn J Mo* vs. Inomar K. Mot, complaint. Barbara J. Tyler vs. Dennis P. Tyler, complaint. Joni M. Ramsey vs. Kennelh F. Ram* sey, complaint. Sherrlll J Galnares vs. Michael J. Galnares, . Ronald W. Dorrel vs. Charlotte S. Dorrel, complaint. Carol Anderson vs. John Anderson, cornolalfit. Lyla J Beach vs. Vcrnon J. Beach, complaint. Robert E. Hand vs. Rita Ann Hand, complaint. Mozelle Hlckman vs. Erman Hlckman, separation from bed and board com' P Barbara Grllalva vs. Waldo Grllalva, Bartllns Christopher vs. Peter Christopher, annulment decree. James 0. Brown vs." Maria C. Brown Salvador* Rodrlouez vs. Marv Machado Rodriguez, annulment complaint. BIRTHS ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Douslas Holly, 8302 Desert Steppes Dr., a boy at 7:41 P.m Mr. arid Mrs. Roger T. Sinks, 955 W. Clle Mllo, a bay at 3:44 a.m. March «. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burrual, 74? W. Santa Louisa, a «irl at 4:10 a.m. March *' ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Juan Amaro, «0» W. Michigan Dr., a boy at 3:16 a.m. March 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Soto, 810 N. Anita, a 9lrl at 9:44 a.m. March S. Mr. and Mrs. William Rosenberg, Jr. 634 S. Santa Rita, a girl at 12:52 p.m March 5. TUCSON GENERAL HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. James Aubrty Love, 3250 N. Stone Ave., a girl at 7:45 p.m. March 'Mr., and Mrs. Louis 0. Saldlvar, 4113 S 13th Ave., a olrt at 10:05 p.m. March S. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Valenzuela, 315 W 27th, a boy at 8MS-a.m. March 4. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Valenzuela, 4524 S 18th, i boy at »:27 a.m. March 4. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cauthorn, 130 E Spring, « boy at 1:42 p.m. March 4. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Simmons, 7033 Calle Ncpluno, a boy at 1:50 p.m. March 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stevens, 5719 6 Falrmount, » olrl «t 10:17 p.m. March 4. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Smith/ 501 Mu rlel PI., a alrl at 11:34 a.m. March S. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Williams, 2316 N 3rd Ave., a boy at 4:11 a.m. March 5. Mr. and Mrs. John Deuchle, 4048 N Kim PI., B olrl at 6:50 a.m. March 5. Mr. and Mrs. James Smith, £009 E 33rd, i slrl at 8:26 a.m. March 5. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Skinner, 2614 N Fontana, a alrl at 5:37 p.m. March S. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Valenzuela, SI W. Matus, a slrl at 5:49 p.m. March 5. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Denker, 8939 E Harborage Dr., a boy af 9:35 p.m. Marcl ,'Mr. and Mrs. Fredrick Hill, 4334 Pasti Lulsa, a boy »f 11:42 p.m. Msrcn 5. Counselors Meet Here Tomorrow The annual spring convention of the Arizona Personnel uidance Counselors begins at 1 p.m. tomorrow with an open- ng speech by Dr. Robert L. ickering, president of the Arizona College Foundation, Phoenix, who will speak on "Guidance for the Post-modern man," at the Pioneer International Hotel. About 300 counselors will attend the two-day session which will include 10 panel discussions on Friday and 11 on Saturday for persons at all levels and in all areas of guidance counseling. Keynote speaker for the 7 p.m. banquet tomorrow and 12:45 p.m. luncheon Saturday is Dr. Garry R. Walz, president of ihe Association of Counselors, Educators a n d Supervisors, from the University of Michigan. Wylie Murphy of Palo Verde High School is chairman of the convention. The theme is "Designing Counseling for the Future." Co-chairmen are Albert F. Slawson of Palo Verde High School and Robert Lee Plunkett, director of guidance at Casa Grande High School, and president of the state group. FLOWERS BY HAL BURNS 3600 E. SPEEDWAY PHONE 325.2634 DEPENDABLE SERVICE FOR OVER 45 YEARS LANCERS' for all your floral needs M E. PenninRton 822-4638 AVAILABiE ARE YOU LOOKING FOR ADDITIONAL INCOME? Do you hove 7 to 12 hours a week spare time? Can you tnvest $597 to_S2985 in a business that can grow " n to a P ?, rm n^ er ) - time Income? Company finartc* plan available ofler 90 days operation. NO SELLING. Comoany establishes occounts. If mterasted in routes here, or any other location in U.S., send name and addrejs for personal interview. Please include telephone number. HERSHEY DISTRIBUTING COMPANY ·162 E. MOCKINGBIRD DALLAS, TJXAS7SZ18 THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1968 WEEK ONLY!wmmmmmm$m FLOORCRAFT rv CARPET CO. Our complete stock of rich care/ free carpeting is all reduced for -^ this sale. Choos Save up fo 50% And More! Choose from all the latest colors weaves ... Shags .. loops, Sheared Tipped, Carved many others ... 1215footRo!ls;Hurry, don't miss this sale. HERCULONS 'T'WX'K'M EXTRA BONUS DURING I HIS NYLONS Padding... with«ach yard off ACRILANS Purchase At No -fc.^-.. Sxtra 99 Charge Reg. 12.99 Fortrtls Koctol Also Drastically Reduced CALL 622-765 5 FOR A FREE ESTIMATE IN YOUR HOME NO MONEY DOWN UP TO 3YRS. Open f ri« fill 9 P.M. TO PAY 738 E. BROADWAY Complete New York Stock Exchange and American Stock Exchange Prices You'll Find Them Daily -- in the CITIZEN 'Den'frJtklf-Wc'llHx AFCO DISCOUNT SUPERMARKET J L MINCE KD. u 3 501 N. MOUNTAIN, HALF BLOCK SOUTH OF PRINCi RD. ONLY 10% ADDED AT CASH REGISTER AFCO HOURS: 9-9 DAILY - SUNDAY 10-6 P.M. LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED AFCO u a WAREHOUSE COST FT. lOWIU. r PLUS BECAUSE OF OUR WAREHOUSE OPERATION, OUR LOW OVERHEAD ENABLES US TO REFLECT THE LOWEST EVERYDAY FOOD PRICES IN TUCSON. WE INVITE YOU TO SHOP AND COMPARE OVER 7,000 ITEMS PRICED AT OR BELOW OUR WAREHOUSE COST. FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS COFFEE FOLGER'S ALL GRINDS 2LBS. 1.093LBS. 1.69 CAN CENTER CUT PORK CHOPS 7- BONE ROAST WHOLE Oil HALF PORK LOINS 55* Ib. YOUR CHOICE BORDER'S CREMORA 13. FULL 1602. GAIN DETERGENT HEREFORD CORNED BEEF MORNING FRESH MM OLE MILK '/. CIGARETTES SIVEB CMTM PRO TOOTH BRUSHES REG. 69 I9i CARNATION FLAT CAN TUNA SALE EFFECTIVE MR. 7 thru 131 BANANAS no mmm PURCHASE NECESSARY I KING SIZE REG. 1.00 0 LISTERINE ANTISEPTIC KILLS GERMS Keeps breath fresh for hours 1 r/| glM ONLY5JJ Funeral Announcements ARBOGAST, Mead Sloan, 46, of Sierra Vista, died March 7th. Arrangements pending by Hudgel's Swan Funeral Home. ALLWOOD, Jessie Mat, 78, of 2843 E. Edison, entered into rest March 3rd. Services 2 p.m., Thursday, March 7th at firing's Memorial Chapel, Burial, Tucson Memorial Park, South Lawn. Bring'f Memorial Chape], 236 S. Scott. BERMAN, Janet, of 15W E. Adelaide Dr., died March 5th. Survived by sisters, Mrs. David Margolis, Mrs. Annie Vandecarr, Mrs. Mae Collier, and Mrs. Sybil Frechtman, all of Tucson. Services "Thursday 11:30 a . m . , Arizona Mortuary Chapel. Interment Evergreen Cemetery. » CARR, Mary R., 65, of 155 W. Jackson, passed away March 5th. Arrangements pending by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. DAVIS, Cloatteral (Bob), 57, of 4930 E. 23rd St., passed away in Frederick, Okla- ·homa, March 3rd. Survived by wife, Marie; son, Max, of Tucson; sister, Mrs. Jean Vaughan, of Wichita Falls, Texas. Services will be conducted Saturday, 10 a.m., at T u c s o n Memorial Park, South Lawn Mausoleum. Rev. James Hatley of Columbia Street Baptist Church will officiate. Arrangements by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. EULER, Benjamin C., 82, of 1920 E. 10th St., entered into rest March 4th. Husband of Katherine A. Euler of Tucson; uncle of Frank Bodin, of Fla. and Albert VanVelzel, of Ohio. Services 7:30 p.m., Friday, March 8th, Bring's Memorial Chapel, Rev. C.W. McCorkle officiating. Friends may call from 2 to 3 p.m., Thursday, March 7. Family requests remembrances be made to Dorothy Forbes Oxygen Foundation. Bring's Me- modal Chapel, 236 S. Scott. FLADNESS, Eileen, 79, of San Manuel, passed away March 5th. Survived by husband, John; sons, Norman,, of San Manuel, and John Jr., of Brooklyn, New York; grandchildren, Robert, and Maurine. Services will be conducted Friday, 11 a.m., in the Adair Chapel. Pastor M.C. Nitz of the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church will officiate. Arrangements by Adair Funaral Home, Dodge and Speedway. HERRON, Clair E., 57, of Tulsa, Okla., died March 6th. Survived by wife, Wilma. Services and interment in Tulsa, Okla. Local arrangements by Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. KELLEY, Edwin, 55, of 5505 Shannon Rd. and Roseburg, Ore., died March 6th. Survived by wife, Marie; son, Herechel Kelley, of Santa Monica, Calif.; daughter, Mrs. Sherry Gaylor, of Roseburg, Ore.; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kelley, of Roseburg, Ore.; sister, Mrs. Curtis Lobdell, of New York; 4 grandchildren. Services and interment in Roseburg, Ore. Local arrangements by Ari- *oaa Mortuary, Stone and Third St. LEE, Roy H., 89, of 707 N. Euclid, died March 5th. Survived by wife, Stella; daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Lee Prince, of Plainfield, New Jersey; son, Howard Lee, of Erie, Pa.; brother, Charles L*e of Canfield, Ohio; 5 grandchildren; 3 great grandchildren. Memorial Services Friday, 2 p.m., at Trinity Presbyterian Church Chapel; Rev. Dale Hewitt officiating. Arrangements by Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. Please omit flow- 'ers. O'DONALD, Patrick J., 72, of 2549 N. Fontana, died March 7th. Arrangements pending by Hudgel's Swan Funeral Home. O'CONNOR, Ulllan, 58, 5338 E. Willard, died March 5th. Survived by sons, Joseph Kenny, of Tucson, Bartholomew and John O'Connor, of New York City; daughters, Mrs. Dorothy RInkIc, of Tucson, Mrs. Mary Vie, of China Lake, Calif., Mrs. Rosalie Tabacco, and Mrs. Jean Beckerich, both of New York City; 17 grandchildren. Rosary will be recited 8 p.m. Thursday in Palms Chapel. Mass will be offered 10 a.m. Friday in St. Joseph's Church. Burial will be in Holy Hope Cemetery. Friends may call at Palms Mortuary, 5225 E. Speedway, Wednesday evening, and Thursday afternoon and evening. PAYNE, Lloyd, 51, of 2814 S. 6th Ave., died Wed. March 6th. Funeral services and burial Muncie, Indiana.'Local arrangements by. Hndgel's Swan Funeral Home. PERRY, Marie, 85, of 602 Santa Maria, passed away March 6th. Survived by daughter, Marjorie Hoosier. Arrangements pending by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. RUIZ, Juafl T., 81, of 420 S. 4th Ave. passed away March 5th. Survived by wife, Isabel G.; daughters, Mrs. Jessie R. Alloy, Mrs. Carmen Sanchez, of Merced, Calif., Frances Mandros, Mrs. Terry Abril, Mrs .Betsy Arriaga, Mrs. Grace Nunez; sons, Ray, Pete, Sgt. Manuel, and J.J. Ruiz; sisters, Mrs. Conc e p c i o n Ramirez, Miss Maria T. Ruiz, and Juana Guerrero; brother Armando Lopez; 34 grandchildren, 1 great grandchild. Rosary will be recited Thursday 7 p.m. in the Tucson Mortuary South Chapel. Mass will be offered Friday 10 a.m. in All Saints Church, interment will follow in Holy Hope Cemetery. SCHMTTZ, Elizabeth Jean, 20, of 1604 E. Seneca, died March 7th. Arrangements pending by Hudgel's Swan Funeral Home. WYSOCKI, Ludwik, 81, of 1551 Benson Hwy., passed away March 6th. Survived by wife, Estelle. Arrangements pending by Adair Funeral Home, Dodge and Speedway. WORTHINGTON, Howard E. 64, of 227 E. Mabel, died March 5th. Survived by wife, Estelle; daughter, Mrs. Jean Fousel, of Tucson; son, William J. (Bill), of Orange, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Ethel Bayles, Mrs. Grace Martin, Mrs. Hazel Bradley, and Mrs. Catherine Bailey; brothers, Bryan, Gordon, and Clayton Worthington, all o! Alabama; 5 grandchildren. Services Friday, 10 a.m., Arizona Mortuary Chapel, Stone and Third St., with Rev. Wood of the First Southern Baptist Church officiating. Interment T u c s o n Memorial Park, South Lawn, Friends may call at the Mortuary Thursday afternoon and evening. You wouldn't disconnect your phone a couple of days a week Beause you know that good prospects might be trying to get in touch with you during t h o s e periods when your phone service is discontinued. It's the same with your advertising. People are buying every day. Don't let that business pass you by because your advertising is disconnected. 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