Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 13, 1967 · Page 14
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 14

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, May 13, 1967
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Da tig QLiliztn ESTABLISHED 1871 Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS n» M · MnttoC ·MMtlVCtV » HH *M *W a»liuH»»i M i* *K*I «wwt ·rinhd » mi »«n»»«t M w«M M ·« *r mn» dttiM. MEMBER OF UNITED PRESS INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHED BY THE CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. Mail Address: Box 5127 Telephone: (22-5855 SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1967 PAGE 14 Just In Passing The most traveled senior in any high school graduating class? That's easy. The best athlete. Bill Dawson, Tucson High School's highly sought after football player, is a prime example. He's been taking almost weekly expense-paid trips to such universities as Michigan State (where he expects to wind up next September), Houston, Nebraska, Colorado and Brigham Young. Bill had several other trips planned but cancelled them. Just..in passing, how long can colleges, already faced with more student applications than they can accept, continue to condone this type of recruiting? * * * * From the current American Legion magazine: Things could be worse. Suppose all of the remedies proposed by politicians had been tried. * * * * So the Cunard Lines has announced the retirement of the Queen Mary and Queen Elizabeth, two of the largest luxury liners in service today. Their retirement is symbolic of today's jet pace. Few people take the time to enjoy a leisurely trip. Wouldn't it be nice once again to return to a world in which half the fun was getting there? * * * * A firm whose partners are former Arizona governor Sam Goddard and three members of his erstwhile gubernatorial staff now is engaged in taking public opinion surveys in the Phoenix area. Such a project may have two purposes: Maybe Sam can find out why he lost his re-election bid last fall. And, just in passing, is this Sam's way of keeping his political staff on ice for his almost certain bid to regain the governorship? * * # * A wire .service this week reported that policewomen in Manchester, England, have been given permission to wear mini-skirts. Doesn't that smack of entrapment? * * * * "Olympic Athletes Must Prove Sex," a Citizen sports page headline read Tuesday. Nothing like playing it safe. These days, it's difficult to tell the sexes apart either by dress or hair stylings. * * * * Progress Report: KITT PEAK -- Observatory to aks bids next month on $9 million construction for two 150-inch telescopes, one for Kitt Peak and another for Chile. LIBRARY SITE -- No progress. Council takes no action on South Side branch library, project slips further behind schedule. CITY COUNCIL -- $2 million cut from preliminary 1967-68 budget of $23 million. AIRLINES -- Civil Aeronautics Board ends testimony here, moves hearings to "Washington as several airlines apply to add flights which would serve Tucson. SCHOOLS -- Sunnyside School District voters approve $4.98 million bond issue. Executions Needed, Says Reagan Aide SAN FRANCISCO (AP)- "I personally believe that the death penalty is a necessary part of criminal law enforcement," says Gov. Ronald Reagan's clemency secretary, Edwin Meese III. "I'm convinced on the basis of evidence I have seen that it is a deterrent," he told the San Francisco Junior Chamber of Commerce yesterday. . Meese twice has advised Reagan after clemency hearings for men condemned on San Quentin's death row. The first execution since 1963 was performed in the gas chamber last month. Meese said the governor felt he should, grant clemency when new facts indicating possible innocence were being developed or when there was a nonlegal consideration. "When those circumstances exist, the governor will intervene and grant clemency," the secretary declared." He said the 59 men on death row represent ' ' a n awesome backlog of cases." He said reviews of the death row cases showed that all "were hard-core cases" and fully 30 of them involved rob- b e r y-murder, kidnap-murder, rape-murder or wanton premeditation. CITIZEN CHARLIE'S CROSSWORD Solution to Puzzle No. 653 PUBLIC RECORDS BIRTHS SI. Joseph's Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Hlckey. Rt. 2, Box 696, a boy at 5:20 p.m. May U. 1st U. and Mrs. Michael Carreras, 4426 6. Elmwood, a boy at 7:30 a.m. MaV ' 2 St. Mary'i H.spitil Mr. and Mrs. Alvero Alvarez/ 3444 S. Clark, a girl at 9:10 a.m. May 10. Mr. arxf Mrs. Jesus G. Valenzuela, 127 W. 32nd, a boy at 11:23 a.m. May 10. Tuc*en Medical Center Mr. and Mrs. Gelchew Llm, 2208'/j S. 5th, a boy at 3:02 p.m. May 9. Mr. and Mrs. John Brooks, 14 Polo Village, a boy at 11:34 a.m. May 11. Mr. and Mrs. John Hubbard. 3827 S. Liberty, a boy at 12:14 p.m. May 11. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yardley, 3319 E. Cody, a girt at 11:47 p.m. May 11. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Spencer, 8587 Desert Steppes, a boy at 2 a.m. May 12. DIVORCES Betty ' Louise Allen vs. Paul William Alien, comoiamt. Joyce M. HInton vs. Douglas Lee Hinton, complaint. John E. Evans vs. Louis* Evans, C °Marv " Stella Rodriguez Couturier vs. Frank Garcia Couturier, complain). Jerry Darlyne Plnkston vs. Georae Lee Pmkston, complaint. Julia M. Llllock vs. Richard J. LI1- lock, complaint. _ Frank J. Mliner vs. Mae F. Mliner, complaint. Susan Lynne Molina vs. David Molina, complaint. . , Kenneth J. Lincoln vs. Linda D. Lin- CO Cbarj e oMe e H«ll vs. Leland Hall, decree. MARRIAGES Eugene Thomas Penra, 22. Tucson, and Patricia Ann DeVore, 24, Tucson. Robert Lee Green, 28, Tucson, and Lorraine Ruth Ginuerich, 27, Tucson. Arnulfo Romo Lowe, 27, Tucson, and Frances Gutierrez Rolas, 24, Tucson. Robert Oden Kittle, 44, Tucson, and Barbara Ellen Ewald, 27, Tucson. George Simon, 22, Tucson, and Gloria Treio, 22, Tucson. Arthur J, Zuber, lesal, Tucson, and Dorothy 5. Lleurance, lesal, Tucson. Manuel Felix Valencia, 23. Tucson, and Margaret Jane Freeman, 21, Tucson. James Franklin Ross, 43, Tucson, and Dovle Dee McCtellan, 37. Tucson. Bernardino Leon, 30, Tucson, and Jessie Patlno, 27. Tucson. Francis Jermme Enrlqucz, 20, Crow Hang Village (Arizona], and Geraldlne Marte Allison, 21, Laveen. Johnny Alvarez Perez, 22. Tucson, and JuanlU Bascal Salvador, If, Tucson. DEATHS CALVILLO, Daniel E., 15, of 719 W Jaclnto, May 11. LEWIS, Harry, 74, of 413 E. Pflnce Rd., May 12. COOPER, Thomas, 82, of 1414 Circle A. Dr., May 12. COOPER, Thomas 83, of 1614 Circle OGG, Pearl, 85, ol 2514 S. 4th Ave., May 12. HOLDER, Edith, 70, of-Mesa, May 1Z. EDWARD5 Ani'5, £*, cf UJ? E- M!l«- flLLMAN, Lorenio, 24, of 1434 S. San Jaclnto, May 11. FLEMING, Hurley D., 68, of 1040 E. Water, May 12. CLUES ACROSS 1. JEWISH not NEWISH. JEWISH It Jhe mart natural jniwer, since it Indicates a department "of literature" te whitA reference might rtaunaciy bt made and in which there is "considerable public Interest." On the other hand, nobody Is likely to cnvctm himself with NEWISH (i.e., fairly new) "literature," as such. 7. RACIAL net FACIAL. "Interest" In "tribesmen" would hardly b* limited )· their "FACIAL characteristics," which. In any case, would be embraced within the xcop« of RACIAL ones. I. LIVELY not LOVELY. "Spaftc- Ilns health certainly hein to mike a lirl LIVELY," yes, but "a ilrl" Is not necessarily LOVELY, however healthy she may be. t. DISK nor Dtsk". Sine* in? ordinary DESK couM be useful f»r study, specifying "a suitable kind of --" favon DISK (e.g., a Unfuaie study record). 11. DISK net FISH. "Proper II»M may" shew up a DISH as "having t delicate color," ytt. A FISH, however. Is ordinarily of "a delicate cotor." 13. For ««t PAT or PET. "Wild (Intfotnettkattd) Mlnuli" a r * not AKeturlly utttt (t.t,, rabbit); tome of them are very ap- pealint nut "the averM* woman" mtoM well care to PAT or P*T ·** S? Jfii.-. !hs f^HM xsr-S-f wtsft "to POT," or short, them. 17. WILD Ml M!LD. A Mrsofl who w« absurdly timid In behavior mlfM "be IrrHtflM at limes"; - but from the ctwe'i content. It Is d)M(cu!i to soe why more mild- nous of "manners" ihovM "be" towrf "irrftatlflf." WILD H fa- fMtoty strooter in tMt r»soett. ri. BOMBS iwt TOMBS. In certain wor-oorn cowrtriei, for example, MM f»ct tfcwt *re "hoks ta ttM frouM mlfht" hove sotn* "as- tocUrttoft wftli BOMBS" droopod m th* *ro*. Iff ttw oUtlofwry, TOMBS ore "holes" made "In MM ·r««HMl, H Mt ~otHKl»»od winy thow. «350 PRIZE 32. ZEALOUS net JEALOUS. ZEALOUS is the more pointed answer; fe*kusy. In Itielf, hirdly mikei "cwnpelitorj" inera efficient or fermidiblt, whertai "zeil is likely ·" 0* u. 51. GLUE net BLUE. Dilution tin make "CLUE weak" iml "w»!ery." Strictly speakint, there's no such thin* at "* weak, walery blue"; It's simply a pale BLUE, which may be called "weak" and "watery" if on* dotsn't like It. CLUE is remote. CLUES DOWN 3. SOLO not SOLE. When "a man" it listening to a musical SOLO, "luit" a "fiance" »t him "can" convey a picture ef pleasure. If "he's" eitiin SOLE, It Isn't really i matter of "lust flancin* »f him, bul, rather, of watching hew "he" tils "it." 4. WALK not TALK. By su«sestfn« a "physical" process, the clue favari WALK rather fh»i TALK. "Difficulty" in tilklin Ts, very often, * mental problem. J. SITTING nef FiTTiKG. SiiCft "« sculptor mliht use a SITTING model," y«; but It can be taken for granted that, betnq "keen," he will "UM · FITTING" me4el. I. PLIGHT rvot SLIGHT. "A. regrettable human PLIGHT" may have been unavoidable; en the ·ther hand, it may be "quite unnecessary." "A slliht Is" always "unnecessary. 1 " BLIGHT Ii poor. 13. PRIZES net PRICES. PRIZES It mtrt directly apt in rclatlefl to "rac!n»." It's "where btl- r~='i MMarned" th»t "food PRICES (e44() are weiceme" and "»*Ml PRICES" *r »he sale torses, etc., are not directly u "ncln«." U. GAMtLE n*t GABBLE. "When »e»pk GAMBLE" who CJMine* »f- fwtf lo toM, "th«4r fxccs may belny rhelr »eelli»»»" or MxMy. "Pe«*k" wh* "BABBLE inxlous- »y" are rrewmMl to be quite ·Mn *b*uf "tfw4r feelings," t* there Is Httte «ve«tlM( ef "their faces betnyliit" tfcem. It. POLL Mt ROLL. "A POLL" taken f«r st«tit*lc«l pwrpe*** "may btvrtvt e Htt ft pe«eil«" certainly. "A HCLL" H "· M»t." SEE THE NEW PUZZLE IN MONDAY'S CITIZEN ANNE M. UNGER HAS THIS TO SAY ABOUT BOWLING THIS SUMMER "I wish to extend an invitation to all Tucsonians to join our Summer League. This is one recreation offered for p e o p l e both young and old and the greatest way to meet other people socially. Exercise is needed by all and H can be very enjoyable by bowling. Come and meet all your old friends and make new friends at Lucky Strike Bowl this summer. 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