Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 12
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PAGE 12 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MAYI7J967 WEATHER PUBLIC RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES Birry Le* Kirk. 22, Tucson, and W»ry Lou Rowe, 70, Tucson. Olen Cr*dy Taylor 55. Tucson, ind Charlcle House, 5S, Tucson. John Hancock Hornburg, 22, Tucson, and .Vlarcla Gall Rutherford, 20, Seattle, WiSh \ DIVORCES Sharon Lueck vs. John Lute*, complain. Emlv J. Maxwell vs. Mllem R..Max- Shirley S. Poflnl Vs. Gordon A. Pogal, Rudy E. Slquelros vs. Nancy Elenez Slqueiros, decree. Laura H. Ellas vs. Isnacio F. Ellas, Dorothy Jean Tornqutst vs. Howard Tornqulst, complaint. Janna Glynn Graham vs. William David Graham, complaint. . _ Clinton Ross Foster vs. Lorretta Carol Foster. U.S. Weather Forecast Showers will fall tonight in the northern Plains and in parts of the Southwest. It will be warmer in the South and cooler in the northern Plains. (AP Wire- photo) St. Joseph's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Joe Apalatesul, 249 N. Melwood, a girl at 10:H a.m. May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Frederic L. Johnson, 2603 Menor Stravenue, a boy at 11:37 "'Mr and Mrs. Hector Dally, 2612 E. Grant, a boy at 1:M p.m. May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Eplmenlo Martinez, Star Toute, Winkelman, a boy at 4:W P.m. W Mr 1S ~and Mrs. John Patromskt, 817 Cafie Alvord, a boy at 4:20 p.m. May 1S Mr. and Mrs_ v Richard_ D.^Lopez, 4017 e, 8444 ik, 5000 DURING THIS ONCE A YEAR EVENTS ^^ EVERY ITEM IN THE STORE IS SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCED NEW MOON PIKST QUARTER FULL MOON LAST QUARTER I Jutw 15 May 33 Miy M Highest temp, yesterday 97 Highest temp, year ago 92 High record for date 1948... .101 Low temp, yesterday 61 Low temp, year ago 62 Low record for date 1955 45 Mean temp, yesterday 79 Mean temp, year ago 77 Normal temp, this date......73 Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday 6 Humidity 5 a.m. today 9 ...30.07-29.92 Sunset 8:16 Tucson Skies Wednesday, May 17 Sunset today 8:14 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 6:25 o.m. Moonsel tomorrow 3:10 a.m. Full Moon May 23. VISIBLE PLANETS Venus, sets at 11:24 p.m. Jupiter, In the west after sumet, sets at 12:37 a.m. Mars, In th« sou;hwest at mid- Saturn, low In east at 4:34 a.m. Barometer Range Sunrise 6:25 Wednesday, May 17,1967 Data For 24 Hours Ending At 5:00 A.M. Stiffen M»x Mln Prcctp 14-Hr U-Hr J4-Hr Albuquerque .... 80 56 Atlanta 70 46 Billings 66 52 Bismarck 68 39 Boise 80 58 Boston 58 45 Buffalo 53 47 Calgary 66 54 Casper, Wyo. ... 64 41 .. Charlotte 71 47 .. Chicago 62 51 Cincinnati ...... 66 52 .36 Cleveland 59 41 Denver 65 42 .. Des Moines 65 47 .. Detroit 61 40 El Paso 86 56 Ft. Worth 81 56 .. Honolulu 83 74 . Indianapolis .... 67 45 .24 Kansas City 71 48 63 58 65 58 77 38 51 48 54 44 40 39 41 52 42 45 44 60 52 51 72 43 42 46 .06 .17 .35 Thieves Take Loot Valued At $2,300 Burglars in the last 24 hours hive stolen cash, goods and personal belongings worth more than $2,300 from Tucson homes and businesses. At The Retreat Bar, 3613 N. Campbell Ave., a color television, cash and liquor valued at a total of $1,058 was lifted by thieves who pried a lock off a door early today. Mrs. Mary Irene Alexander, 50, of 1711 W. Ajo Way, tbld police she lost jewelry worth $485 to thieves who entered through a window yesterday. At Budget Rent-A-Car, 2501 E. Valencia Road, thieves hit for the second tune in two days and took $100 in cash. Walter J. Sherman, 44, owner of the Double S Lounge, 4920 E. Speedway, told investigators he lost $700 in liquor and other supplies to thieves who apparently used a. key to get in. Las Vegas 94 Little Rock 77 Los Angeles -- 102 Memphis 75 Miami Beach ... 83 Minneapolis -- 72 New Orleans .... 78 New York 64 Oklahoma City .. 84 Omaha 70 Philadelphia ... 63 Pittsburgh 58 Portland, Me. ... 58 Portland, Ore. .. 82 Rapid City 64 St. Louis 72 Salt Lake City.... 76 San Diego 91 San Francisco ... 84 Seattle 79 Tampa 87 Toronto 60 Washington 69 Wichita 79 Robert L. King, meteorologist in barge, Tucson, U.S. Weather Jureau WEATHER ARIZONA Bisbee ...."..... 86 58 Coolidge ........ 102 61 Cottonwood 89 52 Douglas 88 58 Flagstaff 73 31 Ft. Huachuca -.. 90 62 Gila Bend 105 64 Grand Canyon .. 73 45 Kingman 90 55 Maverick 74 26 McNary 77 37 Nogales 93 53 Page 80 55 Payson 87 41 Phoenix 101 60 Prescott 83 40 Safford 92 57 Scottsdale 102 61 Show Low 82 36 Tucson 97 64 Williams 74 30 Winslow 82 42 Yuma 104 71 E. Grant, a alrl at 7:05 p.m. May Tucson Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Spto, 708 S. Rublo, a boy at 6:36 a.m. May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Armando Uoya. 738 E. 36th, a boy at 8:33 a.m. May 15. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wisner,-140 N. Highland, a boy at 9:51 a.m. May 15. Mr. and Mrs Rudy Udave, 340 W. McCormick, a girl at 11:37 a.m. May 15 Mr. and Mrs. Tony Mato, 387 W. Defensa, a girl at 2:52 -P.m. May 15. Mr. and Mrs, Richard JHogan, 4717 S. 3632 N. 2821 W. S. Mr. aiiu i»*i a* IN«» · ·*. ·-'_·* Jones, a girl at 1:10 a.m. May 16. Thief With Sweet Tooth Sought DENVER (UPI)--Denver police today were trying to track down a thin thief with a sweet tooth--or a gang of them. The booty from a weekend burglary of a cookie distributing company's delivery van included 19 cases of cream sandwich cookies, 29 cases of assorted puffs, five cases of creams and six cases of crackers. There also was a twist. The goodie snatchers also made off with two cases of pretzels. Meetings In Tucson L.M. Prince School will hold n ice cream social at the chool between 6 and 8 p.m. tomorrow. o o o All interested persons are in- ited to attend a meeting of the National Association of Ac- ountants, Tucson Chapter, at :30 p.m. tomorrow. The dinner meeting will be held at the Redwood Gay Ninteties Restau rant, 5534 E. Speedway Blvd Speakers will be Warren Ra- duenzel who will discuss "The S m a l l Business Association Loan Program," and Elden G. 3armore will speak on "Banker's Outlook on Financial Statements." O 0 O The Iowa Club will meet at the YWCA, 738 N. 5th Ave., for a pot luck supper at 6 p.m. Saturday. Additional information may be ontained by calling Winton E. Weber, secretary. o o o Wetmore School PTA will hold an ice cream social at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow. At the program following the social, the following PTA officers will be installed: Nick Muramoto, president; William Mattausch, vice president; Mrs. Barney Lanning, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Broun, corresponding s e c r e t a r y , and Mrs. Kurt Cramer, treasurer, o o o Mrs. L. G. Wolf will he installed as president of the Ros- kruge PTA at a meeting scheduled for 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. Other officers are Hyman Finkelstein and Mrs. Clifford Myrick, v i c e presidents; Mrs Elaine Martindell, secretary, and Mrs. Yancy Gaston, treasurer. It Was Hopeless Bill DES MOINES, Iowa (UPI)The Iowa Senate education committee without explanation Tuesday killed a bill that would have r e q u i r e d professional wrestlers to "compete honestly to 'the best of their ability." Judge Cites Illness, Asks Retirement PHOENIX (AP) -- Maricopa County Superior Court Judge R. ment request to Gov. Jack Williams Tuesday because of an incurable disease he has encountered. Stanford told Williams he is no longer able to function as a judge because of Alzheimer's disease. He said he had visited three doctors and had been told by all three he had the disease. Williams will now have to appoint a three-man doctors' committee to examine Stanford to see if he is rightfully due dis- ibility retirement. If so, Williams will appoint a successor to the 59-year-old judge. MIDWAY PLASTIC PATIO PANELS Ft SLUMBER Ever had BEER-BECUE? BEER PARTY U.S.A. Get ttie recipe in this FREE GUIDE to Beer Party/USA U.S. BREWERS ASSOC4AT1OH, twe. 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