Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1968 · Page 26
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PAGE 26 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N U.S. Weather Forecast Showers are expected to spread east from central -California in an irregular band to the Missouri- Kansas area. More showers are forecast for the ; lower Great Lakes states and along the Gulf Coast in Texas and Louisiana. It will be milder in the eastern third of the nation. NEW FIRST FULL LAST MOON QUARTER MOON QUARTER March a April March 14 March 31 Highest temp. 3'esferday 70 Highest temp, year ago 70 High record for date 1960 86 Low temp, yesterday 53 Low temp, year ago 32 Low record for date 1956 -- 27 Mean temp, yesterday 62 Mean temp, year ago 51 · Normal temp, this date 57 humidity 5 p.m. yesterday . .29 -Humidity 5 a.m. today 78 Barometer Range 30.02 -- 29.92 Sunrise 6:43 Sunset 6:27 Tucson Skies Friday, March 8 Sunset today 6:27 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow 6:42 a.m. The moon rides high tonighl and two stars are known as the Twins. PROMINENT STAR Canopus low in south at 7 MO p.m. VISIBLE PLANETS Saturn s-ets at 8:03 p.m. Mars above Saturn. Jupiter high in southeast at 10:09 P.m. Venus rises at 5:39 a.m. Mercury near Venus. Friday, March 8,1968 Data for 24 hours ending at 5:00 a.m. SrATION ( [Albuquerque 55 Atlanta 61 Billings 48 Bismarck 58 Boise 50 Boston 34 Buffalo 31 Calgary ..... 44 Casper, Wyo. .....52, Charlotte 58 Chicago 53 Cincinnati 54 35 57 60 44 65 Cleveland Denver Des Moines Detroit .. El Paso . Fairbanks 27 Ft. Worth 66 Indianapolis -- 54 Kansas City .;....64 Las Vegas 64 Little Rock 61 Los Angeles 61 Memphis 63 Miami Beach, Fla. 71 Minneapolis 58 New Orleans 67 New York 39 Oklahoma City ...58 'Omaha 63 Philadelphia ... .41 Pittsburgh 46 Portland, Me. Portland, Ore. Rapid City ... St. Louis Salt Lake City ... 50 San Diego 65 San Francisco ....57 Seattle 49 Tampa 71 Toronto 31 "Washington 47 Wichita 62 Robert L. King, meteorologist in charge, Tucson. U.S. Weather Bureau ARIZONA WEATHER Bisbee 60 Coolidge 71 Cottonwood 64 Douglas 65 Flagstaff 42 Ft. Huachuca . . . C3 Gila Bend 72 Globe 61 Grand Canyon . .43 Hawley Lake . . . 39 Ringman 63 Nogales 65 Page 56 Payson 57 Phoenix 71 Prescott 53 Safford 63 Scottsdale 72 Show Low 50 Tucson 70 Winslow 56 Yum a 7] 43 47 41 46 29 45 49 42 31 25 43 45 43 3G 50 33 42 51 35 48 42 58 -.55 T .25 .04 T T .10 .14 .05 Injured Folksinger Sues L.A. LOS ANGELES (UPI)--Jimmie Rodgers, the folksinger who suffered critical head injuries after his car was slopped by a police officer, has filed an '$11 million personal damage claim against the city of Los Angeles. Rodgers. 33. was found unconscious in his parked car last Dec. 1. An investigation later determined he had been stopped by an ofiduty policeman for allegedly driving erratically. The police department said Rodgers apparently slipped and fell when he got out of his car after pulling off the San Diego Freeway at the request ot police officer Michael Duffy. In the claim filed Wednesday, however, Rodgers said he was "thrown or caused to fall to the pavement by a police officer or officers." The claim said Rodgers was picked up unconscious and put back in his car by police "without rendering assistance and without reporting the incident." Duffy had .summoned two uniformed officers after stopping Rodgers, conferred wilb them, then all three left without taking further action. Police chief Tom Redclin later suspended the trio for 15 days because of "improper procedure." He said the officers should have booked Rodgers on some charge or noted in their log he had been stopped. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1968 FRATERNITY PROJECT Charts Aim To Reduce Poisoning Poison antidote and drug counterdose charts, designed for quick reference in the home and office, are being distributed today (o schools, stores, doctors' offices and various civic and community groups in Tucson by Phi Delta Chi, the pharmaceutical fraternity at the University of Arizona. Chairman of the drive to help reduce the incidence of accidental poisoning is Blain A. Jensen, a junior at UA majoring in pharmacy. He is being assLsi- Tlmgs Get $72,000 LONDON (UPI) - Six masked men armed with shotguns robbed a security company vault of an estimated $72,000 and shot a guard in the foot Wednesday night, police said. ADVERTISEMENT SOUP'S ON --the rug ... but don't -warty. Spots and traffic lanes are easy to remove with Blue Lustre (America';; new favorite). Apply it with an electric shampooer that rents for SI a day. It's unbelievable -/be appearance Bine Lustre gives your carpet by restoring forgotten colors. Raises nap. too. Stays looking new longer. There's no soapy residue 10 cause rapid .re-soiling. Available ar Variety Stores. ed by two UA sophomores, Ned R. Bondie and Anthony T. Cabrera, also majoring in pharmacy. The drive is being held in connection with National Poison Prevention Week, March 17-24. The fraternity will display PAINTS MADE IN TUCSON "FORMULATED FOR THE SOUTHWEST" 3 LOCATIONS TO I BEST SERVE YOU j SOUTHWESTERN PAINT AND VARNISH co. 3850 E. Q97 COOC Speedway wfc I -UC.OO 623-7143 posters in the windows of drug and department stores and business offices, said Jensen. He pointed out that medicines account for about half of all ingestion accidents among children under five, and aspirin accounts for half of that total. Speedy Customer Wreaks Havoc PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - A c u s t o m e r remembered a n appointment and zoomed his car away from the gas station. The trouble was, the gasoline pump nozzle was still attached to the car. 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