Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 3
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FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Wildflowers \ You Can See In Tucson Z-- Filaree BLOSSOM: Deep violet. LEAF: Compound, side leaflets deeply notched. Found most everywhere. While usually only an inch or two tall, it forms dense and conspicuous banks up to 2 feet tall on the Freeway west of Tucson, where it get run-off water. Yellow Primrose BLOSSOM: Yellow. LEAF: Basal, deeply notched. Found plentifully on Madera Canyon road, 24.9 miles south of Nogales .highway-Ajo road intersection. Flowers bloom late in evening and fade by mid-morning. Bladderpod BLOSSOM: Bright yellow and fragrant. Smells like honey. LEAF:'Smooth-edged. Found most everywhere, usually in extensive beds or covering entire fields or hills. Name derived from seed balls. Find them. Identify them. Enjoy them. BUT -- PLEASE -- DON'T PICK THEM! City Traffic Fatal For 3 In Week Tucsonian Dies From Injuries Police investigation was continuing today in the traffic death of Clyde A. Stark, 64, the third person killed In Tucson traffic within the past week. Stark, of 2914 N. Stone Ave., was pronounced dead at St. Mary's Hospital shortly after 8 15--Clyde A. Stark 16--WHO ? .? ? p.m. yesterday after being struck by a car at N. Stone Ave. and Laguna St. Police said the accident occurred about 7:40 p.m. The driver was identified as David K. Palmer, 26, of 1024 E. Weymouth St., a junior at the University of Arizona. According to investigating officers, Palmer was traveling north on Stone and Stark apparently was walking eastward across Stone. The victim's body was taken to Swan Funeral Home pending arrangements. His death is the 15th this year in Pima County auto accidents, eight fewer than a year ago. No citations were issued by investigating officers pending investigaton. Tony Pastor Suffers Stroke DAYTON, Ohio (UPI) -Band leader Tony Pastor who gave the world "Sunny Side of the Street," "Oh Marie," and "Them There Eyes," was hospitalized in, serious condition today after suffering an apparent stroke. Pastor, 58, was in the first week of a two-week engagement here. He was stricken Wednesday in his suite at the Sheraton- Dayton Hotel. A big band leader for 19 years, Pastor was leading a five-piece orchestra during the Dayton performances. Clothing Is Stolen Thieves looted a visitor's auto yesterday, taking an estimated $1,000 worth of clothing. The theft was reported to police by Charles Wane of St. Petersburg, Fla., who said his auto was broken into while it was parked near E. Broadway and Jones Blvd. in the El Con Shopping Center. Tucson Tonight Tomorrow Unless otherwise noted, all events listed in this column are open to the public free of charge. Welcome to. ... The 300 members attending the Arizona Personnel and Guidance Association, through tomorrow, with headquarters at the Pioneer International Hotel. TONIGHT 8:30 P.M. -- Play, "Don Juan," modern version of "Moliere's classic by the University of Arizona drama department. (Through Sunday, with matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m.) At University Theater, Speedway and Olive Road. Charge for admission. Tickets at box office. 8:30 P.M. -- Play, "Gondoliers," by Gilbert Sullivan Theater, at Tucson Music Center, 330 S. Scott. Through Sunday, with matinees Saturday and Sunday at 2:30 p.m.) Charge for admission. Tickets at center. 8:30 P.M. -- Play, "A Case of Libel," repeat performance through tomorrow night, at Santa Rita Hotel. Charge for admission. Tickets at Council of Arts. 2720 E. Broadway, or at the hotel. 3226 £. SPEEDWAY LOOKING FOR HARD TO FIHD MUSIC ARIZONA'S URGE STOCK OF SHEET MUSIC. 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