Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 16, 1967 · Page 22
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JE$DAY,MAYI6,[967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEATHER Fif vrat UMW Uw l«mp«i«rlK.« Eip»tt»d U. S. Weather Forecast Showers will fall tonight in the middle Mississippi Valley, the northern Rockies and along the Washington cdast. It will be cooler in the Northeast, but warmer in the Southwest. (AP Wirephoto) NEW MOON FIRST FULL LAST QUARTER MOON QUARTER June I May U May 21 May 31 Highest temp, yesterday ...89 Highest temp, year ago 87 Hig record for date 1948 ....99 Low temp, yesterday 48 Low temp, year ago 54 Low record for date 1955 ...46 Mean temp, yesterday 69 Mean temp, year ago 71 Mean temp, year ago 71 Normal temp, this date 73 Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday ...6 Humidity 5 a.m. today 12 Barometer range -- 30.17--29.98 Sunrise 6:26 Sunset 8:15 Tuesday, May 15, 1967 Data for 24 hours ending at 5:00 a.m. rucson Sktej Tuesday, May U Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow Moonset tomorrow First Quarter tonight PROMINENT STARS Regulus, near the moon. Prpcyon, low In west at 10:53 p.m. Solca, In the south al 11:08 p.m. (The brlahfer "star" to the right of Splca Is the planet Mars.) 8:1S p.m. A'.zS a.m. 2:34 a.m. 11:18. Oklahoma City .. 72 Omaha 70 hiladelphia .... 56 ittsburgh 62 'ortland, Me 46 'orfland, Ore. ... 77 lapid City 62 St, Louis Salt Lake City San Diego San Francisco . Seattle 69 Tampa 87 Toronto 58 Washington 79 iVichita 73 Station Max Mln preclp 24-Hr 12-Hr 24-Hr Albuquerque ..... 74 Atlanta 80 47 45 .03 Billings 60 39 .05 Bismarck 68 38 Boise 74 46 Boston 51 44 .32 Buffalo 52 36 .32 Calgary 61 40 Casper, Wyo 61 35 .06 Charlotte 85 46 .06 Chicago 52 45 Cincinnati 61 41 .01 Cleveland 53 35 .03 Denver 69 41 1 Des Moines 65 43 Detroit 57 32 ElPaso 77 48 Ft. Worth 75 50 Honolulu 85 74 Indianapolis 62 40 .0 Kansas City 70 53 Las Vegas 87 60 Little Rock . . . . 72 47 Los Angeles 95 69 Memphis 70 47 Miami Beach, Fla. 83 74 Minneapolis -- 60 39 New Orleans .... 79 62 .2 New York 58 47 .Of 66 70 88 83 49 49 43 42 40 49 41 44 44 65 60 50 76 31 47 54 .41 .29 .62 .24 .02 PAGE 23 BONANZA FAVORED Douglas, Cochise Protest Apache Air Taxi Service Pleas For Peace .06 Robert L. King, meteorologist n charge, Tucson U.S. Weather Bureau. WEATHER ARIZONA Bisbee 78 53 Coolidge 98 52 Cottonwood 89 50 Douglas 82 49 Flagstaff P8 29 Ft. Huachuca 81 52 Sen. William Fulbright, D-Ark., chairman of the Senate foreign relations committee and an outspoken critic of the Vietnam fighting, sits behind stacks of Mother's Day cards in his Capitol Hill Office. The cards carry appeals for peace. Fulbright aides say he received between 10,000 and 12,000. (AP Wirephoto) Globe 86 45 Grand Canyon 67 34 Kingman 84 52 Maverick 71 21 McNary 69 32 Nogales 87 38 Page 73 50 Payson 85 37 Phoenix 94 62 Prescott 77 37 Scottsdale 96 60 Safford 85 46 Show Low 69 28 TUCSON 89 61 Williams 68 26 Winslow 75 40 Yuma 97 63 PUBLIC RECORDS BIRTHS St. JoMtph'i Howllsl i.\r, and Mrs. Joe Mer.doza, General Delivery, Sliver Be-i, a boy at 1:45 p.m. May 12. Mr. end Mrs. Ernesto Almada, Na- Mrs. Fox's 400 Dogs Down To 80 On July 19, 19C6, Mrs. Fannie P. Fox came to Tucson from California with an estimated 400 dogs. Today there are "around 80" dogs with Mrs. Fox at her kennels, 825 E. Puente Lane. "Some were given away, age and exhaustion claimed the lives of some others and euthanasia had to be employed on a few," James Roy Kennish, an attorney for Mrs. Fox, said today. On March 30, Mrs. Fox voluntarily petitioned Justice of the Peace Clark H. Johnson.to name a legal guardian to help her put her personal and business affairs in order. Johnson named attorney Lawrence P. D'Antonio. Mrs. Fox had been placed on six months' probation by Johnson last Oct. 18 after being found guilty of a charge of cruelty to animals filed by the Tucson Humane Society. The charge resulted from Mrs. Fox's handling of her dogs in a make shift shelter at the Rocking K Ranch where she first kept the dogs here. By Feb. 13, the Pima County Animal Shelter had reported that 259 dogs had been licensed and vaccinated at the Fox Kennels. By court order, sanitation was kept up to required standards. Mrs. Fox still lives with her remaining dogs, many of them older- animals, at the kernels. vaioa, Sonori, Mexico, a boy at 12:03 .m. May 13. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Peters, 1«2 E. Adams, 3 boy at 10:04 a.m. May 13. Mr. and Mrs. Rlcardo Castro, 252S S. 1 'eat, a afrl at 1:M p.m. May 13. Mr. and Mrs. Uar--y G. Sandiftr, 5 E. Wfctmore. a alrl at 3;12 *.rn. May n. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Hasyard, ylO E. .Imberlost, a boy at A:28 a.m. May 14. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Raub, 2830 W. "Mano, a girt at 11:08 a.m. May U. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Montano, W. resident, a slrl at 8:17 p.m. May U. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Villa, 1762 S. Citation, a alrl at 11:19 p.m. May 14. St. Mary't Mr. and Mrs. Msrcelo Ochos, 401 Dalle Rita, .- girl at 11:08 a.m. May 13. Mr. and Mrs. EUH*ne Rlos, 231 E. 33rd, B air! at X:47 p.m. May 13. Tucson General HojplU! Mr. and Mrs. Erwln Tucker, Bisbee, a boy at 12:07 p.m. May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morgan- 3956 Ft. Lowell, a boy at 5M7 p.m. May II. Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Soto, 1US W. Ontario, a Blrl at 9:07 p.m. May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Davllla, 980 S. Palmer, a alrl at 12:28 p.m. May ]4. Tucson Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Alfredo Mesa. 540 W. Lester, a boy at 1:30 a.m. May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Delwarte, 3414 E. Kleindale, a boy at 7:44 a.m. May 12. ,'A.. and Mrs. lanaclo Campos, Rt. 3, Box 644, a boy at 7:34 p.m. May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Chery, Box 12577, a nfrt at 6:36 p.m. May 12. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wade, 1005 Cranada VVMIeox, a slrl at 8:1 ».m. \av 13. '- and Mrs. Manuel Villavicenclo. 4407 S. 61h, a girl at 1:58 p.m. May 13. Mr. and Mrs. Teodor Granlllo, ·« W. Wvomlris, a bov at *:31 p.m. May 13. Mr. and Mrs. Elye Llsk. 444 W. Prince, a boy at 7:34 p.m. May 13. M Tucson Tonight Tomorrow Unless otherwise noted, all events listed in this column are open to the public free of charge. TONIGHT 7 P.M. -- Dr. James McDonald, professor in the Institute of Atmospheric Physics at the University of Arizona will discuss "Unidentified Flying Objects." Room 103, Huma nities Building, UA campus. 8 P.M. -- Science lecture program, sponsored by the Ar zona-Sonora Desert Museum Dr. Donald A. Thomson, assist ant professor of zoology, Uni versity of Arizona, will speak on "Oceanography in Arizona.' I n Physics-Math-Meteorologj Building, UA campus. 8 P.M. -- University of Ari zona Drama Department pre sents "Dr. Faustus." At University Theater, Olive Road at Speedway Blvd. (Through Sunday, with 2 p.m. matinee Saturday.) Charge for admission. 8 P.M. -- Vocal portion of "Moonlight Melodies" by Palo Verde High School students. Charge for admission. Instrumental portion at 8 p.m. Thursday. TOMORROW 8 P.M. -- Concert, "Belshaz- zar's Feast," by University S y m p h o n i c Choir and Orchestra. University Auditorium. 8:15 P.M. -- Library lecture on "Man or Machine? The Dynamics of Data Processing in the Library" Speaker: John Sanderlin In Physics-Math- Meteorology Building, UA campus. 8:30 P.M. -- Dance for adults at Central YMCA, 516 N. 5th Ave. Orchestra and refreshments. Charge for admission. (See sports section for sports calendar) GOP Must Heed Democrats In Reapportioning--Castillo , . . . Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Mlnkler. 2320 onterey Vista, a alrl at 11:41 p.m. 13 SENIOR CITIZENS NO SERVICE CHARGE CHECKING ACCOUNTS ' BANK* TUCSON jAr and Mrs. Jtian Moreno, 521 S. Star, 3 girl at 1:15 p.m. May U. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hernandez, Ul W. Kentucky, a boy at 1:54 p.m. May M. MARRIAGE LICENSES Slmuel Hugh Strickland, 19, Qultman, 3a., and Phyllis Marie Newell, 14, Tuc- on Garry Nlckolas Kammes, 19, Tucson, nd Beverly Unrein, 19, Tucson. Dennis Lee Moore, JO, St. Louis, Aich., and Carol Ann Sheldon, 19, Tuc- on. Richard Lyle Van Skiver, 70, Tucson, id Sharon Darlene Brauehler, 18, Tuc- on. Lenton Leo Lambrishf, 45, Tucson, ind Mia Mae Tabor, 59, Tucson. Charles M. Brooks, 23, Ft. Walton Beach, Fla., and Jerrllyn E. Welsh, 30, ucson. Daniel Edwin Walker, 21, Tucson, and Martha Jean Modesltt, 30, Tucson. Kenneth C. McCarthy Jr., 20, Nspano- clt, N.Y., and Irma Linda Chamberlain. 20, Tucson. Jorae Manuel Perez Ponce, 38, Tucson, and Marsha Malone, 24, Tucson. Monte Francis Webb, 33, Tempt, and Dorothy Marie Warner, 22, Phonelx. Rene R. Duarte, 17, Tucson, and Geneva Ann Yancev, 18, Tucson. Robert L. Ambrose, 21, Tucson, and 'hyllis A. Evans, M. Tucson. DIVORCES Grace Bellsarlo Vs. Gervaslo Belisarlo, Marl' I. Lane vs. Joseph J. Lane 111, decree Arthur Thomas See vs. Sharon Louise See, decree. James 5. Wheeler vs. Dorothy M. Wheeler, decree. Jan Lleber vs. Jack Lleber, dls- m R S obert F. Price vs. Susan H. Price, John' W. AdklnJ vs. Marlyn S. Adklns, Corlne' 'Flnley ve. James E. Flnley, d *Genev8 Kolava vs. L*o Kulav», dls- Sue Wsda Lunsford vs. Luther Lunsford, complaint. Two Airmen Hurt As Car Overturns Two Davis-Monthan AFB airmen were injured early today when their auto overturned on the Nogales Highway 14 miles south of Tucson Airman 1C Gerald W Biesiada, 22, and Airman 2C James W. Snider, 20, members of the Tactical Air Command at D-M, are in satisfactory condition at the base hospital Biesiada apparently sustained a fractured collar bone and Snider suffered multiple cuts and brusises The Arizona Highway Patrol said Biesiada was the driver of the northbound vehicle which went out of control and overturned throwing Snider from the car By DICK CASEY Citizen Political Writer B e c a u s e of thin working majorities, the Republicans must consider minority Democrats in drafting a legislative reapportionment plan, says Democratic State Sen. Joseph Castillo. "Things could blow up in their face," Castillo warned at a meeting of the Young Democrats of Greater Tucson yesterday in discussing reapportionment meetings now under way by both Democrats and Republicans. He pointed out cooperation between the majority and minority blocs was good' during the last session of the legislature, but inferred this could change if Democrats are completely ignored in legislative reapportionment. ."I personally feel that any *· * *, Remapping Parley Set By GOP PHOENIX (A 1 ?)--After month of kicking the subject around, House and Senate Republicans will meet Wednesday evening at the Capitol in an eleventh hour effort to reach agreement on reapportionment. GOP senators had been scheduled to meet last Saturday in hopes of reaching agreement on a reapportionment plan, but Senate President Marshall Humphrey, R-Maricopa, called it off becuase of the unlikelihood of success at that time. Humphrey said it's hoped that GOP members of both houses will be able to decide Wednesday night if a special legislative session on reapportionment should be called. If a redistricting bill is not passed, legislators could have to change will hurt the Democrats," CacUIVo said, pointing to the present temporary reapportionment plan handed down by the court last year. Under the present system, both population and voter registration are used as a basis for legislative redistricting. One of the big areas of current disagreement, Castillo continued, is whether to adopt a permanent plan using only population figures or voter registration. Some Republicans - prefer the latter, he said. "As Democrats, we must approach it on a population basis so that every citizen can have some representation," Castillo added. One of two Pima County Democrats appointed to interim legislative committees grappling with reapportionment, Castillo said both Democrats and Republicans are opposed to running at-large. This is · called for in a suit filed recently in Phoenix bj Gary Peter Klahr who insti- ;ated the original court action which resulted in the present reapportionment plan. The original suit calls for the legislature to come up with its own plan. This has not been done. Castillo called the recent unsigned memo on reapportionment sent to Republican legislators by Sen. John Conlan, R-Maricopa, "unethical." He noted that Conlan, as chairman of the Senate subcommittee on reapportionment, tried to bring pressure on Republicans to disregard Democratic considerations and vote a strictly Republican plan based on voter registration. Castillo said he believes the court would be fairer in any reapportionment considerations than the Republicans. WASHINGTON (AP)- The Civil Aeronautics Board has before it the thorny problem of how to provide Douglas, Ariz., with satisfactory air service. At oral argument before the five-man board here earlier this month Douglas, the Bisbee- Douglas Airport Commission and the County of Cochise said emphatically that the current service by Apache Airlines, an air taxi operator, is inadequate. Under an agreement with American Airlines, on the basis of which the trunk airline was allowed to suspend service at Douglas, A p a c h e provides a commuter-type service to Tucson and Phoenix designed to replace the transportation formerly provided by American. A m e r i c a n is subsidizing Apache's service to the extent of $34 a flight, and no federal subsidy is involved. Robert M. Beckman, appearing for the Douglas, Bisbee and Cochise County parties, said the area made peace with the Apache Indians 80 years ago, and both the Apache chieftain Cochise and the Apache ovitlaw Geronimo are long dead. "Please, no more Apaches," Beckman said, referring to the fact that the air taxi company has had two previous owners. Beckman said Apache Airlines currently is owned and managed by "a New York real estate promoter and a Washington, D. C., electrical contract executive." N e i t h e r owner has had p r e v i o u s experience in air transportation, and neither even knew the location of the airport serving Douglas, Beckman said. He characterized the owners as "two millionaires havhg a fling at running an air transport enterprise," and said each owner has sunk more than $600,000 into the venture. Beckman said the city and county oppose the recommendations of Examiner Ralph L. Wiser and the CAB's bureau of o p e r a t i n g rights that the Apache service be continued for three years and (hen be subjected to another investigation. Beckman urged adoption of a CAB 1953 finding that Bonanza Airlines was the most logics' carrier to provide the service and should do so through a route extension to El P a s o Tex. He said Frontier Airlines can not satisfactorily mesh Douglas into its system, and Trans Texas Airways is "just too fa away." Thomas W. Wiley of Apach Airlines said the company pro vides fast and comfortabl ervice in four-engine, 17-pas- enger Herons and twin-engine, 1-passenger Doves, with four ound trips a day. He pointed ut Apache also serves Bisbee Municipal Airport, 17 miles vest of Douglas, and Ft. Hua- huca through Libby Field, 28 miles northwest of Douglas. American Airlines said it was Completely neutral on the issues -- was satisfied with the xarniner's recommendation for service by Apache on a three- year basis, and afso would go along with a decision that a ocal service airline should serve Douglas. American said t would be out of the question' to compel it, a trunk airline, to resume the local service at Douglas. Advertisement Worry of FALSE TEETH Slipping or Irritating? 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