Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 12, 1967 · Page 32
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FAGS 32 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1967 CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS IPro .__.. fi ·; market of P«ro. 9 Dutcc from Haiti. 14 Greek letters. 15 Row! of * ladder. 16 Au- rtToir. 17 Custodian oi a P»rii, pension. 19 Delecting device, 20 Party to properly transfer: !**· 21 Opens the door to. 22 Factory. 23 Berber of Morocco. K Three: It , 28 Pea point - 29 Leningrad's rJTer. 32 Kind o£ meat. 35 Common practice. 37 Oil of roses. ·38 Alabama: Ahbr. , 39 Historic suburb of Paris: 2 ·words. . 41' Large con tainer. 42 French painter. 44 Christ of the . ' 45 Old name for Tokyo. 46 Minnesota: Abbr. 47 GayPay-Oo. 48 sponte (of Kk owa will). 50 Country placet, 53 Make _. at: 2 words. . 57 Exonerate. 59 Capital of Maine. 61 Woo. 62 Wine steward. 64 Milton's "regent of the sun." 65 Not care ^_: 2 words. 66 Aleut's home. 67 Jockey, 3-tinte · Derby winner. 68 Subject of recent pictures. 69 China Sea region: Var. DOWN 1 Tire job. 2 Coral island. 3 Australia, star in Ursa Major. 4 Acclivity. 5 Liberal 6 Siren. 7 English: .ibbr. 8 Lifetime. 9 Lundi's neighbor. 10 Firm. 11 Parisian rixopgirl. 12 Defeat. 13 Double possessive. 18 Being keld for safekeeping: 2 · ·words. · 21 Air Force Base: Abbr. 24 Actress. 25 Demon. 27 Established: Abbr. 30 Lausanne's · canton. 31 Famed cartoonist 32 City in the Ruhr. 33 Jai . . 34 Model. 36 Conform (to). 37. Mitigate. 40 Plural endings. 43 Guaranteed. 47 Gangster's- gun. 49 Part of Italy. 51 Appellation. 52 One of the Philippines. 54 Not , of (no trace of): 2 ·words. 55'Pillar: Lat 56 Old name for Salisbury. 57 Needle: Lat 58 Cooper heroine. 60 Diamond officials. 62 Mr. Pickwick's manservant 63 Pray: Lat Tucson Principal Prefers Health To Sex Education PHOENIX (AP) -- A Tucson is not ready for sex education school administrator told dele- in the schools. gates to a conference on family planning here Thursday that he preferred health education in public schools, rather than sex education. . William Corcoran, the principal of Safford Junior High School in Tucson, said society MenVGarden Club To Sell Cuttings The Men's Garden Club of Tucson will put on sale 1,200 rooted cuttings of chrysanthemums and pom poms at 'an open display in Wilmot Plaza from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday. Proceeds go to the club's civic beautification program. The clubs assists public charitable institutions in landscaping. -About 40 to 50 varieties will be available, ranging from 10- inch-wide 'blooming Big Exhibition mums to pom poms. Also there will be some Spider mums. All varieties have been Arizona tested. The cuttings will be 35 cents each or three for $1. He told the delegates the procedure he went through to develop a health education class at his school and attributed the success of the program to orientation classses held with fathers and sons, and mothers and daughters. He said the participation by the parents gave the program the real boost it needed. He said besides the orientation program, tachers had to be hand picked for the project. "You'd be surprised at the number of teachers who have a lot to learn in the field of health education," he said. YESTERDAY'S ANSWER North Vietnam Defenses Lauded WASHINGTON (UPI). -Adm Horacio Rivero, Vice Chief o Naval Operations, says North Vietnam is defended by "the most numerous and sophisticat ed anti-aircraft weapons Amefi can airmen have ever faced.' Rivero, the Navy's second highest officer, told the Society of Sponsors Thursday that only the American bombing of North Vietnam has prevented the Communists from b r i n g i n g modern anti-aircraft weapons to South Vietnam. "Formulated For the. South west' r 3 LOCATIONS 3115 N. fst Ave. " MA 3-7143 6947 E. 22nd 296-5111 Saturday and Sunday MAY 13th MAY 14th TA MA '5 * 4th ANNUAL Better Living HOME SHOW /ff N0 "ADMISSION .CHARGE 0 WIN FREE ROUND TRIP FOR 2 to San Francisco on SEE ALL THAT'S NEW for BETTER LIVING! EXHIBIT BOOTHS FREE PRIZES in one location ExhibLn Valuable Hourly Prizes FREE Sat. Sun. to those present RAMADA INN 6th Street at Freeway ASTROJET 4 DAYS and 3 NIGHTS oi famous MARK HOPKINS HOTEL and a Sight Seeing Trip in Frisco. Pr*M*c*of winner NOT required. NOTHMG TO PURCHASE. ·AIIDC. SAT, 10 to 10 ·OURS: SUN. 10 to 7 AcresffFttEPARKrMG 3 EXCITING STAGE SHOWS I SATURDAY - 3 7 P.M.] I "LIVELY MODELS AND SPARKLING! STYLES" from The GUYLYN SHOP Produced directed by FOSI's Modeling Talent Agency. SUNDAY at 3 P.M. "SWINGING MODELS "FASHIONS" presented by PARAPHERNALIA, Sponsored annually as a publk service by TAMA (Tucson Appliance Merchandisers Association), a 14 year old local non-profit corporation of established The Girls Ray Coniffs Wife Sues For Divorce X 1 - /'· "The treasurer just phoned from the Pink Lady Cocktail Lounge and wishes me to announce that she's had it!" YOU'LL FIND ARIZONA'S LARGEST STOCK OF: MUSIC at SEAGONDOLLAR MUSIC 3226 E. SPEEDWAY PHONE 295-378J LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Band sader Ray Conniff, 51, was ued for divorce Thursday by is wife, Arm Marie, 54, on the round of extreme cruelty. Mrs. Conniff's attorney, Paul !aruso, said she was without Caruso, said she was without unds or property while Conniff has an annual income of $180,000. The couple, married Aug. 23, L947, separated last Jan. 6. They have no children. Mrs. Conniff asked $1,600 a month temporary alimony to meet expenses which she listed at $1,750 a month. Superior Court Judge William i. MacFadden ordered Conniff CORONADO NATIONAL FOREST will contract 3.9 mi*s of road reconstruction in the Chirkahua Mountains, 40 miles ' Northeast of Douglas, near Portal. Contractors can obtain information by calng Mr.Knapp U.S. FOREST SERVICE at 792-6011 to appear May 25 to show cause why he should not pay temporary alimony. What does a Woman Want Most ? \ *VA G.E. PORTABLE DISH WASHER priced from B R HARDWARE SPEEDWAY AT PARK PH. 623-4092 BROADWAY AT WILMOT ONLY! IRON KING long- GREW lasting GROWTH SOAKER HOSE 79 50' long -- sprinkles like rain -- 98c value. $' Soil supplement -for lawn, trees and shrubs. 2.95 value. 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