Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 50
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PAGE 52 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, 19*3 U.S. WtATHIR ·UftfAt FORECAST BORDER HEALTH MEETING TOLD PROGRESS Control Hoped For Over Resurgent Syphilis Thursday Morning · Figure* Show Low T*mp«raturet Expected Tucson Skies Today Sunset today 7:CU p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 5:38 a.m. Moonsel tomorrow 2:40 a.m. Full Moon. May t TMs month we will observe the rapidly dimming planet. Mars, moving toward the star, Regulus. Tonight the Moon appears near Regulus; on May 31 Mars will te seen where the Moon .Is tonight. WEATHER Banker To Address Accountants Chapter May 22 May 29 May 8 May 16 Hlohesl temp, yesterday .............. 84 Highest temp, year ago ............... 79 Hloh record for date 119« .......... 102 Low temp, yesterday ................. 56 Low temp, year ago .................. 48 Low record for date (1960) ........... -W Mean temp, yesterday ................. 71 Mean temp, year ago ................. U Normal temp this date ............... 69 Humidity 5:00 p.m. yesterday ......... 7 Humidity 5:00 a.m. today ............. 32 Sunrise ....... 5:38 Sunset ........ 7:W Data for 24 Hours Ending at 5:00 a.m. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1« STATION Max. Mln. Prep. Albuauerque .............. H 51 Atlanta ................... 74 41 Billings ................... 74 57 Boise ..................... 75 50 Boston .................... 55 51 .50 Buffalo ................... 6A 29 .30 Calgary ................... W 37 Casper, Wyo .............. 64 43 C h a r l o t t e . . ................ 76 43 .28 Chicago ................... 44 34 05 Cincinnati ................. 56 27 02 Cleveland ................. 58 31 25 Denver ................... 71 49 Des Moines ............... 56 33 Detroit .................... 60 31 .32 Douplas ................... 83 45 El Paso ................... 81 57 Fairbanks ................ -iS 32 Flaostaff ................. 4? 31 Ft. Worth ................ 73 43 Grand Canyon ............ 48 Indianapolis .............. 56 29 Kansas City .............. 40 35 Las Veaas ................ 63 65 LIMIe Rock ............... 49 41 Los Anseles .............. 77 58 Memphis ................. 65 40 Miami Beach ............. 70 75 Minneapolis ............... 55 29 New Orleans ............. 82 60 New York ............... 58 42 .93 Oklahoma City ........... 44 Phlhad*lprTw ............. 47 4] .4 Phoenix .................. 93 57 Pittsburgh ............... 64 30 2 Portland, Me .............. 49 44 -1 05 Portland, Ore ............. 55 41 .09 Rapid City ............... 43 45 St. Louis .................. 57 34 Salt Lake City ............ 70 49 San Dleuo ................ 71 54 San Frandsco ............ 40 53 Seattle .................... 54 42 .08 Tampa .................... 82 67 Toronto .................. 64 29 TUCSON .................. 84 56 Washington ............... 75 43 Wichita ................... 61 38 Yuma .................... 98 66 -- Robert L. King, meteorologist In charge, Tucson, U. S. Weather Bureau Probe Asked Of Signs On Scenic Roads The Pima County Planning and Zoning Commission yes terday ordered an investiga tion of the placing of beer am o t h e r signboard advertise ments along highways desig nated as scenic routes. "There are beer signs lo cated along the right of wa on the Ajo Road," complained Commissioner John Krmpo tich, of Ajo. "If we put up with that, we'll be faced wit! the prospect of other ad vertisers saying, 'If they ca do it, why can't we?'" Ajo Road has been desig riated a scenic route. According to planning an zoning ordinances, certai public thoroughfares may b designated as scenic routes The designation requires cer tain construction setback and prohibits all signboar advertising from being place within 500 feet of the roac way's center line. F o l l o w i n g Krmpotich' charge, others were mad that signs have been place along Oracle Road in a pro hibited zone. The commissio then ordered zoning inspecto Hilton McKee to inspect a scenic routes and report vio lations to the commission. Violations invite court ac tion, initiated by the commis sion through th^, county at torney's office. On the scenic route sub ject, the commission set Ma 28 as a public hearing dat for the establishment of inor scenic routes in the area. These would include Silver bell Road, Houghton Road Star Pass Trail, Speedwa west of Silverbell, Interstat Highways 10 and 19, Skylin Drive "and all other majo routes within existing o planned suburban areas." The new routes would re quire a building setback o 30 feet. --AP Wlrephoto U.S. WEATHER FORECAST Rain is predicted tonight in the Pacific Northwest, the northern Rocky Mountain region and in parts of the northern and central Plains. It will be colder in the Dakotas, mild in the southern Plains and cooler in New England. Chester D. Seftenberg of ie Valley National Bank in 'hoenix will speak tonight t a meeting of the Southern Arizona Chapter of the Ariona Society of Certified Pubic Accountants. He will dis- cuss pension and profit-sharing plans and employe benefits. The meeting will begin with a social hour at 6 p.m. at the Ramada Inn. Dinner will be served at 7 o'clock. By Staff Correspondent NOGALES, Ariz. --Public health and private medicine are joining forces against a common adversary: syphilis. And in so doing, the U.S. Public Health Service is hopeful that syphilis, like a number of other diseases, may be at least controlled. Progress in the work was outlined here yesterday at the 2Ist annual meeting of the United States-Mexico Border Public Health Association. The speaker was Dr. William J. Brown, chief of the venereal disease branch of the USPHS Communicable Disease Center in Atlanta, Ga. Brown said the U.S. venereal disease control program has been keyed to gaining insight into the exact nature of the problem and in developing ways to combat it. One of these ways is the joint effort by the Public Health Service and the country's private physicians. In the past, many syphilis patients were being treated privately and without being interviewed for contacts, the epidemiol o g i c a 1 technique. The importance of reporting all cases of the disease has been emphasized to the private physicians so that the USPHS can conduct proper follow-up investigations. Another is the attempt being made by the USPHS to introduce t e a c h i n g about syphilis into public school curricula so that young people will know how to avoid infection and will grow into adulthood with feelings of intolerability toward the disease. Commenting on the great strides that had been made in the United States in efforts to control the disease, Brown said the American public was lulled into apathy when rates appeared to be low. For years the problem of syphilis was de-emphasized because of successful drug treatments and as a result the disease was under-reported, rendering inadequate the epidemiological techniques being applied in efforts to .bring it under control, he said. But regardless of this, he added, the surging tide of syphilis seemingly has been significantly impeded, suggesting perhaps the disease can be controlled through epidemiology, "even though we do not have a vaccine." Tons Of Ham, Bacon Burned To a Crisp SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. -v- UPI -- Thirty-th o u s a n d pounds of ham and bacon were a bit over cooked--in fact, burned to a crisp^-yesterday when a truck-trailer caught fire. The driver blamed the blaze on two overheated flat tires. Shazar Seen Next Israel President JERUSALEM,-Ijraeli Sector --UP)--Salaman Shazar, a 74r year old labor leader, is slated to become Israel's third pres r ident when parliament meet* May 21 to elect a successor to the late Izhak Ben-Zvi. Shazar has the backing of Prime Minister David Ben- Gurion's Social Democrat Ma- pai party, Israel's largest party. The government announced the election date last night. Shazar, an author, was born in Russia, studied in French and German universities and settled in British-mandated Palestine in 1924. He has served on Israel's delegation to ;the United Nations and as Israeli education minister. THRIFTY WOODY'S PANELING Prices good thru May 11 only, don't be left out 4x8 Beautiful Prefinished Panels Regular Sale Knotty Cedar $6.98 $5.98 Colonial Birch _ 6.98 5.98 Light Finish Oak 5.98 4.98 Winter Teak 5.98 4.98 Walnut 5.98 4.98 Mahog. Light 3.98 3.59 Cabin Grade Cedar 5.98 4.98 Mines Cherrybord _ 6.98 4.98 Nines Stribord 7.98 5.98 Mines Twinklebord 5.98 3.98 Due to rains we are confinuing our roofing sale thru May 11 Regular Sale 90# Slate Roofing $3.44 $2.98 Blend color slate 2.98 2.59 2l5^r Shingles 8.49 6.98 235£ Shingles 9.49 7.98 15= Felt 2.37 1.79 mm^mmmmmum Check our regular low prices on these items 2x4 and 2x6 Std. Btr ?109 per M 1 x 1 2 Pine Shelving _ _ I0 l /2 c ft. 2x4 8' Economy Studs _ _ 23 C ea. 2x4 8' No. I Com. Studs 53c ea. 1x2 6' Sawn Grape Stakes 14 C ea. 5' Redwood Basket Weave Fence all lumber needed _ 75 C ft. 4x8 l/ 4 " Fir plywood _ 2.08 sheet 4x8 3 /4" Fir Plywood 4.96 sheet 4x8 3/3" Sheathing Plywood 2.19 sheet 4x8 !t / 2 " Sheathing Plywood .....2.99 sheet 10' Aluminum Sheets ...2.69 each 1x8 Pine Shiplap _ 6 J /2 C ft. 1x8 Spruce Shiplap 8 C ft. ············B ^ OPEN SATURDAY 'TIL 5 P.M. HPT* 1 · i t U LUMBER 2750 SO. 4TH AVE. MA 4-8294 What's the matter with you, Everett Haygood? When you were 16 you had it all figured out. You were going to make a lot of money at something (you weren't sure what, but something) and you were going to marry Veronica O'Hare, go around the world in a sloop and then live on Park Avenue. But Veronica (who never went out with you anyhow) married Jack Dillon, the closest you got to a sloop was an afternoon on a friend's 12 footer, and you're still living with your mother, who's sure your boss is afraid of you. You're now 34 years old. You make 8,300 dollars a year and every summer you take your vacation in days so you can fix the screens, get rid of the crab grass, take your mother on one of those group picnics at the lake, and sunbathe in the back yard. Mr. Haygood, next year you'll be 35. In 5 years you'll be 40 and in 15 years you'll be 50. Aren't you ever going to go anywhere? Tickets by Astrojet coach to Chicago are only $88.80 one way, plus tax. (We mention $88.80 because it happens to be American Airlines' price, but you won't find a lower non-stop jet coach fare in town.) Mr. Haygood, we all get older, but you're being positively grim about it. Why don't you call American Airlines or your travel agent? Our Astrojet flight itself will be a great experience for you and you'll be in Chicago by 3:28 tomorrow afternoon. fatroUt U · SMV|«« Mwk »f Arrurlan Airlift**, In*

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