Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 38
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 38

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
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PAGE 40 TUCSON D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I9W CROSSWORD PUZZLE SHOW SCHEDULE (Times Furnished by Theaters) YESTERDAY'S ANSWER ACROSS 1 Twofold 5 Maltese, 8 Dull sound* 13 CuccL 14 Ascend. 15 Mercutio'» friend. 16 One of D'Arta. plan's fortes: 2 '· words. 18 Old card s*»«- 19 Ring on a h«r- ness p»d, through · vhich a rein ptsses. 90 French policeman. 22 Church officer. 24 B« shifty, 25 He«TT-UeeJ printing type. 27 Suggercd. SO Describing t porcupine. S3 Not dirty. So Law degree. S6 Largo book. 37 Taunts. S8 Loveliest cf th« Plcitdts. 39 Devil'* aide. 40 Stoker. 41 Untidy. 42 Right 44 C*p» worn by Fr«ch widiws. 46 Gktsned. 48 DebaUDle parties. 51 Fsbnlou* serpent or dragon. 54 Stylish neckwear. 56 In force or operation. 57 Johunn -- Back 59 B»con'« companion* 60 Freshly. 61 Counting-out ·word. 62 Knowing; Slang. 63 Those »t » distance: Archaic. 64 Ships of W.W. tt DOVN 1 Dp housework. 2 Single, 3 LOTS deeply. 4 Alsace 5 Corporal: Abbr. 6 King of Amalelc, slain by Samuel. 7 Trifled (with). 8 Crushed under the feet. 9 Respect. 10 Lost and found items. 11 Have tn opinion. 12 Ditgruntledt Colioq. 14 Noreliit Sinclair, 17 Entice. 21 Ballerina Xiye'* namesake*. 23 More delicate. 26 Old golf club. 28 Yale men. 29 June 6, 1M4. 30 Be bu»y. 31 Fruit. 32 Phlegmatic. 34 Stumbled. 37 Spirit in ".An- bian Nights." 38 Sweet wine. 40 Absurd behavior. 41 Cold 43 Break into many wnall pieces. 45 False banana. 47 Tractate. 49 Relative of tb« Manhattan i. 50 Angle. 51 Call on * diamond. 52 "I cannot teH ": 2 word*. 53 Form of lotto. 55 Upward curves of ships' planks. 58 Mountain petit, in Scotland. ·APACHE: GI*nt B*h«noUv-*:00; Co» mlc Mtn--»:40: rraJikrmWUi WO-4 II 00: Th« Brid* and the Be»»t-- * !3.i5; Ifoinr on Haunted Hill--1:». i 'BI1.TMORE: Oiice More WJUi Kwlinz i --« 07, 11:39; Th« Tinsler--IC.OS. j 'CACTI'S: Th« Mountain 1t«*d -- 7;H. j 11.41; Vlrpn l»I»nd--10.13. ! CATAIJNA: Pillow T»li(--12 «5. J:». j S.iO. 7.», ».». ·FIESTA: Gidcrt -- 7. IS. La« TrAin From Cati HtD--»-M; S!unf-lIJ8; MaJ«noiwllf Stnpteast--1:38. rOX-TOCSON Thf Fugitive Kind- U K . 4.01. J.3S. 11:02: The Puahtr- 3 2. »:!«. «.« LYIUC: The Bramtile Bush -- 11.Xi. 4:as, «.!!; Suddenly Loll Summer-- 3.2J. 8:17. 10:08. ·MIDWAY: T»J1 Story--»:U, ll:3B; JYmr F«zt Guns--10.06. PAJIAMQUNT: The. R»b«l Breed -12:SS. 4:3». g.X; Set. RuUc-t»e--3.». fl.it. 9:59. PARK: Th« I/VMt-«:M, S:2t, 18:14. PLAZA: PaquiU~a:Oe. 4:42, 8:15; La Cucaracha--2:57. «:30. 10:00. ·PBKv'CE: Alexander the Great--«;00. 13:24; Km* and Four Queen»-»;je. ·RODEO: Kins and Four Qu«*n»--3:00. )Z:2«: Alexander the Great--0:56. ·UNO STREET: Vurit to a SmsJI Planet --7: SO. il;3S; Thai Kind of Woman --10;CS. Discord Nixed .ACCORD. N. Y.-UPI-Villagers i here credit the name of their corn, munity to the optimism of a Post i Office clerk in the 18th century. { Settlers in the 1700's were en- I gaged in a long controversy over a name, and finally one irate citizen wrote the postmaster general in Washington, suggesting that because of all die squabbling the I new community be dubbed "Discord." A government clerk did a j little editing, however, and the new name became Accord. Head-Counter Almost Loses Her,Own Head AUSTIN, Tex.-UPI-Mrs. Hilton Culpepper, a census-taker, almost decided to pass up the Ivan E, Stubbs home. When she called to take a head count she was greeted at the door by Simba, the Stubbs' 5-month-old lion cub. * Dirty Upholstery? fCaruso'slsCHERCK'S Phone I'M'II Got And Went TULSA. Okla.-UPI-The owner of the Get and Go Grocery store here told police » burglar got tnd went with some $800 worth of cigarettes. (("PLAZA LAST SHOWING TODAY DONT MISS THIS EXCEPTIONAL MEXICAN FILM An Outstanding Cast ·M Closed Wednesday iHi B E N I T A Singing Accordionist and Folk Dancing UFFNER'S HOFBRAU FINEST GERMAN FOODS Open at 5 p.m. Son. at Noon AX8-1MI Stbino Canyon Rd. "" "BUS SERVICE ' " TUCSON - NOGALES Luvt TUCSON for NOOALH 7:00 A.M. «:T5 PM. «:»fM, f ;15 A.M. 1:15 P.M. »:15 P.M. ItilS A.M. »:30 P.M. «:»P.M. 1:00 P.M. Utav* NOQALCS for TUCSON 7:00 A.M. 11:15 A.M. *:OOP.M. t:15 A.M. 1.15 P.M. 1:15 P.M. 10:00 A.M. 1.00 P.M. 10:1! P.M. 4:00 P.M. Greyhound Terminal MA 14538 New British Coin To Be Minted NEW YORK-UPI-A newly- minted British crown piect will be displayed here June 10, the same time it makes its debut in England. The "limited edition" coin. worth five shillings, will honor the opening of the British Exhibition in the New York Coliseum. The coins, packaged in, plastic cases, will be sold for a dollar at the exhibition. Crown pieces are virtually obsolete in Great Britain. 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