Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 11
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FRIDAY, MARCH 8 r 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N n SAYS BENEFITS ASKED FOR CHILDREN Mast Testifies On Insurance Plea Demands on a $98,950 insur-' ance policy, issued on the life of Mrs. Elizabeth Mast, were made in behalf of his children not himself, C. Lee Mast testified in U.S. District Court. Mast said from the witness stand yesterday that he renounced himself as a beneficiary following his arrest on a charge of murdering his wife and again last September. A decision on who is to receive the benefits was taken under advisement by Judge John P. Kilkenny yesterday following an all-day non-jury trial. Attorneys in the case have been given two months to file legal briefs. Determination of a beneficiary was requested by Franklin Insurance Co. on the ground that several parties were making claims to the money. A $98,950 check was filed by the insurance company along with a complaint against Mast, his three children and the Southern Arizona Bank Trust Co., executor of Mrs. Mast's estate. Added as a defendant since then was Mrs. Muriel Sandusky, trustee for the now bankrupt estate of Mast. Mast filed for bankruptcy last September, listing debts of $196,981 and assets of $2,839. Included in the debts was a $50,Train Derails; 4 Die LINZ, Austria (UPI) -- The express (rain "Weiner Walzer" jumped the tracks 10 miles south of Linz yesterday, killing four persons, Ausfrian police said. 000 fee by Prescott attorney David Palmer, who represented Mast in two murder trials. Two of Mast's murder trials, in which he was accused of killing his wife in a 1965 automobile accident, ended with hung juries. The charge was dropped at the start of his third trial. Mast testified yesterday that while he did make a personal demand for the insurance funds, the demands were actually in behalf of his children. His three children, Mast said under questioning by attorney Robert J. Hirsh, are living with him. 327-3434 THE PIMA COUNTY MEDICAL SOCIETY ·. announces the relocation of the office of -: ROCKWELL E.JACKSON M.D. ; fnr the practice of General Surgery ':' at Suite 102 Craycroft Medical Center Craycroft at East Second Street ·-· By appointment Phone: 795-6120 '·'· 327-7471 ' f While Tucson Slept Eight tons of C47 parts and shipping equipment are loaded onto a C133 Douglas Cargomaster at Davis- Monthan AFB for shipment to Bien Hoa, Vietnam, The aircraft parts were obtained from the Military Aircraft Storage and Disposition Center at D-M. They will be used to replace battle-damaged parts of an AC47 "Puff the Magic Dragon" gunship. The shipment includes two outer wing sections, a center wing section and two engines. (U.S. Air Force Photo) Arizona College Financing Lags, Expert Says "In plain words, Arizona's increase in state support for higher education is not keeping pace with the state's population growth," Dr. M. M. Chambers of Indiana University said at the University of Arizona College of Education last night. He was introduced by Dean F. Robert Paulsen as one of the three top authorities in the country on financing higher education. Chambers acknowledged that the State of Arizona had increased its aggregate appropriations for operating expenses for higher education in eighl years from $14 million to $46 million (1959-67). "Arizona's rate of gain is only slightly better than the nationa average," he said. "This does not make a good showing when set alongside the fact that Arizona's rate of population growth is very near the top of the whole list of 50 states." Twice in recent years Chambers has been in Arizona as an educational finance consultant, he said. "Arizona is by no means an average or typical state among the 50," Chambers said. "It must be remembered that during a recent period of 15 years the population of the state was doubled," he said. Arizona has another special problem of higher education, Chambers noted. Across the nation 70 per cent of the youths in college are in public institutions and 30 per :ent in private universities. But in Arizona 98 per cent of those seeking education beyond high school graduation are in state universities and public community colleges, he said. How to pay for higher education? "The first and best hope of increased support of higher edu- cation is today, as it has been for a century, the states themselves," Chambers said. If, as expected, Arizona's student enrollment beyond high school doubles by 1980, the state's contribution to annual operating expenses will be more than tripled. 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