Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1968 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 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 0 - - Pygmy White Daisy BLOSSOM: White, yellow center. LEAF: Single, smooth-edged, narrow. Plant and leaf finely fuzzy; gray-green. * Found in Sanctuary Cove, almost covering the ground in spots Also on isolated hillsides in the Gatalinas; Ajo road 75.3 miles west of Mission road; Madera Canyon road. o- · !» Slfe ON WETLINERS PAGE 3 Free Drinks, Movies Shot Down WASHINGTON (UPI) -Those free drinks .and movies are going to start costing airline passengers money. The Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) Friday ordered U.S. airlines to put a price tag on its drinks and movies by April 6 to make sure that only passengers who want them have to pay for them. The board said it felt the cost of these "extras" should be paid by passengers who use them, not shared by those who don't. In other words, the non-drinking non movie-watching passenger should not have these services included in the price of his ticket. The CAB did not say whether it expected a reduction in fares with the abolition of the free drinks and films. In its ruling, the board said passengers could still consume free beer or wine on planes as long as it was with meals. It placed the price for movies at a minimum of $2. The restriction on drinks would have ils greatest effect on first class ticket holders who u n l i l now got drinks free. Coach class passengers usually pay $1 a drink but they get to see the movies free. The airlines opposed the CAR move, arguing that the cost of the drinks and movies is not great enough lo warrant any restrictions and that the free items benefit them in competition for passengers. AJNDY' CAFF LOVE T 1 SEE THAT FILM AT THEA'stORIA. NEVER KNOW, IF'1-3 TEAM'S WON TOMtf 'E MIGHT TAKE- /PAH, WELL, NEVER ROTTEN WRITE-UF) ANYWAY, Wooly Lotus BLOSSOM: Yellow, so small that it's hard to see, shaped like pea blossom. LEAF: Single, smooth-edged, usually in groups of four. Found especially in the Catalina foothills, where it often covers entire hillsides. Plant trails flat on ground and is hard to see, but is listed because it's the earliest of the season. 10- - Chenactis BLOSSOM: White with bristly rounded head. LEAF: Double compound, smooth-edged, slender. Found at Amona-Sonora Desert Museum; occasionally in the Catalina foothills; Madera Canyon road left of schoolhouse; Sanctuary Cove; scattered elsewhere. Pronounced Kee-NAK-tis. Find them. Identify them. Enjoy them. BUT -- PLEASE - DON'T PICK THEM Refusal To Train Pilot Results In Conviction By BURT WITTRUP Associated Press Writer CLOVIS, N.M. (AP) -- "Air Force Capt. Dale E. Noyd, who says the Vietnam war is con- 'trary to his religious beliefs and conscience, has been convicted at a court-martial for refusing to help train a student pilot. Noyd, 34, was found guilty late Friday at nearby Cannon Air Force Base by a nine-officer court-martial panel of senior Air Force combat veterans on a charge of willfully disobeying a lawful order to fly a mission with the pilot last Dec. 5. The sentence could range from $ 20 fine and reprimand up to dismissal from the Air Force, five years in prison at hard labor and forfeiture of pay and allowances. Noyd's American Civil Liberties Union attorneys were refused the chance to present testimony on Noyd's religious beliefs. But they hope to bring theologians into the court to argue extenuating and mitigating circumstances before Noyd is sentenced. The defense concentrated on character witnesses after being denied a chance to question legality of the order to fly the mission. They had contended the Air Force previously mishandled Noyd's application for conscientious objector status so that the order never should have been given. Noyd also was denied a defense on grounds that he was under religious compulsion to .disobey the order. The court's legal adviser said mental incapability, or insanity, would have to enter into such a defense. Chief defense attorney Marvin Karpatkin rejected this as "ridiculous." Karpatkin told the court-rnar- tial high character alone could lead to reasonable doubt and acquittal. Testimony from the character fead to reasonable doubt and ac- witnesses, including combat veterans, was so laudatory that the prosecutor, Maj. Roy Smith, said the government would stipulate that Noyd was a man of high moral integrity, a religious man, and that he had '-een an outstanding officer. But, Smith said, "Can a man, because of religious scruples or beliefs, disobey a superior officer? The prosecution thinks not." 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