Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 6, 1968 · Page 20
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Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, March 6, 1968
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Joyner And Demos Get Along City Councilman Conrad F. Joyner, a Republican, says his relationship with the Democratic majority on the council have been "generally good." "Of Course, I raise questions on programs where I think the majority is not acting wisely or not in the best interest of the community," he told the Pima County Republican Club yesterday. The University of Arizona government professor also said he doesn't want to become an obstructionist in the city council as "I don't believe in opposition for its own sake." "I try to work with the Democrats in accomplishing good programs for the city." Joyner told hJs GOP colleagues that two men mentioned as congressional candidates, Oliver Pierce and Hugh Stewart, are highly qualified men to face incumbent Rep. Morris K. Udall, a Democrat. Pierce is the Pima County Republican chairman. No Scrip to Dividend NEW YORK (AP) - Scripto Inc. has omitted its 7% cents quarterly dividend "to provide more funds for development and promotion of new and diversified products," the company said. Scripto's last dividend was paid in December 1967. PAGE 21 B-25 Bomber On Display This World War II B-25 bomber will be among the propeller-driven aircraft Tucsonians may see at Davis-Monthan AFB this Saturday and Sunday during celebration of Aerospace and Arizona Days. The B-25, a medium bomber in its day, made the first bombing strike against Japan. Sixteen bombers took part in that strike--the famous Jimmy Doolittle raid. The aircraft were launched from the decks of the carrier U.S.S. Hornet. (US Air Force Photo) Autopsy Report Shows Natoli Died Of Diabetes Sam Ross Natoli, who was found dead with his wife at their home Feb. 28, died of diabetes, according to an autopsy report. Coroner's pathologist Dr. Jay Anderson said yesterday that Natoli's death apparently re- Thornton Wilder Mystery Wins 1967 Fiction Award NEW YORK (AP) - "The Eighth Day," a mystery novel by Thornton Wilder, has been judged the most distinguished fiction by an American writer in 1967 in the 19th annual National Book Awards. The awards in fiction and five other categories, which include a cash prize of $1,000 each, will be presented in a ceremony in Philharmonic Hall at Lincoln Center Wednesday night. The awards were made public Monday night. In addition to the 75-year-old Wilder, winners in other categories were: History and biography- George F. Kennan's "Memoirs 1925-1950." Science, philosophy and religion--Jonathan Kozol of Boston EL CH ARRO Restaurant 140 W.Broadway Authentic Mexican food since 1927. In oldest part of city for atmosphere. 9 AM - 2 AM · MA 3-3152 for "Death at an Early Age," a description of a Boston elementary school. Arts and letters--the late William Troy, for "Selected Essays." Poetry--Robert Ely of Madison, Wis., for "The Light Around the Body." Translation--Howard a n d Edna Hong of Northfield, Minn., for their translation of Soren Kierkegaard's Journals and Papers, Vol. 1, published by the Indiana University Press. Serving 5:30 to 10P.M. New York CUT STEAK HIDDEN VALLEY INN Sabino Canyon Rd. 298-2013 SEE OLD MEXICO Sunday, March 10th. leave Tucson 9 A.M. by air conditioned Bus, tour of Bull Ring, Lunch at Caverns, Shopping, Bull fights, Dinner S ·! /I 5Q ot Cow Palace r f *fr TOURS PERSONALLY CONDUCTED by GRETCHEN CURTIS BROWNE'S TRAVEL SERVICE 531 5 E. Broadway Ph. 327-6S24 Homemade Lasagne Dinner for 2 $C Includes* ANTIPA$TOwithl9 V SPUMONI Italian Ice Cream) Mama Mia! Eccolo! LASAGNE 4866 E. SPEEDWAY Phone 327-0222K!»x5 THURSDAY SPECIAL Breaded Veal Cytlet, Tomato Sauce Green Beans Roll or Muffin Coffee or Tea Spaghetti Meat Sauce m Tucson, they spell Good Food with five letters" Serving Tucson's Finest » MEXICAN AND ITALIAN FOODS For your dining pleasure, the following is offered Monday through Thursday from 4 P.M. and on Sunday from 12 Noon. COMPLETE MEXICAN DINNER-.. $ 1 50 carhsVer* CHOICE TOP SRLOK STEAK His Guitar Dinner wilh Baked Potato SOflO Niebtlv or Spaghetti *£"" * J. except Sunday CHICKEN CACCIATORE OR LASAGNE OWNER includes cias S $ 9 o 0 LUHCHEOK SERVED of Wine wilh Each Dinner.) ** vw D/ULY from S5* PKONE:29S-6241 5632 L SPEEDWAY BLVD. suited when he failed to take an injection of insulin. The deaths of Natoli, 31, and his wife, Evelyn, 25, were listed as a probable murder-suicide by authorities after their bodies were found at 7010 E. Beverly St. An earlier autopsy en Mrs. Natoli showed the woman died of a bullet wound in the .head. Authorities estimated she had been dead about a day longer than her husband. A note signed by Natoli and saying "I am sorry for what I have done . . ." was found on a bedroom dresser by police. The note, believed addressed to Mrs. Natoli's mother, also asked that she take care of the couple's 2y;-year-old son. The child was with the woman at the time of the deaths. LA To Ask Paper Strike Arbitration LOS ANGELES (UPI) -- The city council has voted unanimously to call upon unions and management of the struck Los Angeles Herald-Examiner to submit the dispute to binding arbitration. Union officials said Tuesday they would accept the council's proposal. A spokesman for the Hearst - owned afternoon daily refused immediate comment. The resolution asked both labor and management to agree to assistance from a "skilled mediator of national reputation," who, if mediation failed, would submit recommendations that would be binding on both parties. The resolution said the settlement should lead to a "long- term, harmonious relationship, common termination of all contract agreements, and built-in no-strike, no lockout peace keeping machinery." BULL FIGHT! NOGALES BULL RING SUN. Mar. 10th. 4P.M. matadors: Adolfo Rojas and Ei Queretano TICKETS RESERVATIONS BROWN'S TRAVEL SERVICE 531 5 E. Broadway PH: 327-6524 GULLIVER'S TRAVELS 188 N. Church PH. 622-7726 FRAY MARCOS HOTEL Negates PH:2-t6S1 Live on Stage TUCSON MUSIC CENTER THr OVIUIKD »T»EE COMf »XT, IMC- WALTER SLEZAK THE UIOMilSI WINTER V/ie electrifying comec/y' I'There's a beoulHul ploy coKed 'The lion m Winter' that ha» more w'd m e»*ry speech than some hit comedies hove in an entire evening!" ... Cecil Smith, Los. Angetet Times "Triumphant! The lion m Winter' roors in iptended indignation, boldly itafci invective, and eVowt whh exuberant moKce. The play glitter* with th« tumbled brilliance of intelligence, talent ond irrepressible life, it it a clarion play." ... Normal NadeT, World Telegram and Sun "The knifing i* deEcioui, the wordt ore bSiteringry wed farmed, and the peopt* arc right next to wonderful. Wear a windbrecker. There's quit* · gale!" ...WoherKerr, NY Time* Saturday, March 16 Two per! wmances . . . 530 jun. Tickets Mow On Sate $5. 50 -$5.00 -$4.00 Cal624-61S4 Sponsored by th« Saturday Morning Musical Club Bob Linesch AT THE PIANO BAR EVENINGS except Sundays IN THE COCKTAIL LOUNGE *KV CHEf* LS GRfflWDlff Tucson International Airport Validated Parkins for Dining Room Customers SHOW SCHEDULE APACHE DRIVE-IN "Sin In the City" 7:07; "Tales of arls" 8:34; "The K!no" 10:24; 'Carnival Story" -- 11:«. CACTUS DRIVE-IN "Hish, Wild and Free" -- 7:07; 11:10; "Rouoh Night In Jericho" -- »:21. CATALINA "The Stranger" -- 7:1S, 9:15. CINE EL DORADO "Camelot" -- 2, 8. FOX BUENA VISTA "The Graduate" -- 6:30, 8:», 10:30. FOX-TUCSON "Guess Who's Coming 1o Dinner" -- 1, 3:1?, 5:30, 7:40, ):SO. "The Female" -- 7:30, 9:15. MIDWAY DRIVE-IN "Sol Madrid" -- 7:07; 10:57; "Th« Biggest Bundle of Them All" -- 9:02. MIRACLE DRIVE-IN Jungle Book" -- 7,9:40; "Charlie, Hie -onesome Cougar" -- 8:75. PLAZA 'La Tercera Palabra" -- t, »M7; "Tenoo 17 Anos" -- 7:55. PRINCE DRIVE-IN "Nanu the Killer Whale" -- 4:37, 12:04,The Greatest Storv Ever Told" -- 8:30. RODEO DRIVE-IN "The Lena Duel" -- 7:07; "Bonnie Clyde" -- 9:27; "The Girl and the General" -- 11:78. J2ND ST. DRIVE-IN "The Anniversary" -- 7, 10:30; "A Guide for the Married Man" -- 8:50. 2 Trains To Be Cut WASHINGTON (AP) - The Interstate Commerce Commission has given the Santa Fe Railroad permission to discontinue two daily passenger Tains effective March 10 between Kansas City and Tulsa, aut ordered a second pair continued for a year. WEDNESDAY THRU SUNDAY FIRST POST 8 P.M. PARI-MUTUEL WAGERING Admission 500 Children Under II Admitted FREE. Minors must bo accompanied by adults T U C S O N GREYHOUND PARK I S. 4th Av*. at 36th St. |j_ Reservations 624-2551 ·^*__ 5th Concert To Be Previewed Friday The Tucson Symphony Orchestra's fifth concert will be previewed at 7:30 p.m. Friday at the Tucson Public Library, 530 N. Wilmot Road. Geraldine Sattzberg, music critic, will discuss the lives of the composers and each composition. Recordings w i l l illustrate various points, and Miss Jane Ervin, violinist, assisted by Miss Emily Carter, cellist, will play selections of the works to be presented by the symphony. Admission is free and program notes will be available. NOW IN TUCSON 1 CREDIT DENTIST Dentures · Partials · Fillings · Extractions SODIUM PENTOTHAL SLEEP FOR EXTRACTIONS and IMMEDIATE DENTURES FREE Dr. Geo. Kendig 624-2189 EXAMINATION 1Uln_. 80 SOUTH STONE AVE. - 8 AM TO 5 PM f r E^ DENTURE REPAIRS AND RELINES WHILE YOU WAIT I now do your own professional carpet cleaning for 1 * per sq. ft. 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