Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 2
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 2

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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PAGCI T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY, MARCH 10. If** I TETH I Wedding Bells £ Aetna* Zsa Zsa Gabor and her new husband, Texas ? oilman Joshua S. Cosden, pose (photo above) outside ftheir Hollywood home after the wedding. It was the £fifth marriage for Zsa Zsa and the second for the ?!Texan. In the photo below, convicted slayer Clifford £fcizef, sentenced this week to life in prison, is fed t^wedding cake by his 11-year-old bride, the former Ifjoanne Mayes, after their marriage in the sheriffs Sloffice at Albuquerque. Kizer will be eligible for parole |3n 10 years, but he is accused of two more murders $1. for which he hasn't been tried. TJMVERSITIES Revenue Bond Bills Begin To I Pick Up Steam *«· 5" PHOENIX --(ffh- Proposals to authorize revenue '·bonds for expansion of the state universities are gaining Sjteam in the Arizona Legislature. f* House Speaker Jack Gilbert, D-Cochise, concedes for |Sie first time he might consider "as a last resort" the Issuance of bonds which -would ;Jie paid off by increased student fees. *-· And in the Senate, a bill to ^ive the regents authorization »tp issue bonds was amended ^esterday to raise the total to 334.5 million. £'Majority Leader Harold Giss, -p-Yuma, boosted the bill by $10 ^million in his judiciary com- imittee. Giss said he wanted the ·measure to include those funds 5?hich were promised last year 3br fiscal 1966-67. ~:.0ne major gulf remains between the Giss and Gilbert positions: The speaker says the 3»nds must be paid off through .-increased fees, while the senator argues this would make the 3»nds unmarketable. -CG i 1 b e r t discussed bonding jjjfiefly with his majority bloc ·yesterday afternoon. It's the i-first time the subject has been ;!bfought up at a caucus this ·-year, but a House bill was in- liroduced last week to allow the ;regents to issue up to $20 mil- .lion in bonds. ··j^House Majority Leader John ·;Haugh, R-Pima, has said pre- Ivlously he is not opposed to ?:Srue" revenue bonds. And fiouse Appropriations Chairman If. 0. Biles, D-Greenlee, said Jesterday that he isn't opposed 4p such bonds if they aren't $aid off by appropriated or -current income funds. I-Giss admits that under his Approach the legislature would ·have to appropriate more operating funds in the future to jnake up for the fact that student fees would be going to pay iff bonds. Such fees now go to Jielp operate the schools. ·Gilbert and other majority Jbloc members at the caucus said the discussion didn't touch off any alarm, and some saic they think the idea can be sold to a majority of the House. Bonding was a major issue last year in the legislature anc in October the voters went five to-one against a proposal tha the state be allowed to issue up to §100 million in general obli gat'on bonds, to be paid off ou of the state treasury. Gilbert and Haugh were the most vocal opponents of the proposal. They contend that "self-liqui dating" bonds are another mat ter which they could support a. an "escape hatch" if the state is in a financial bind. There will be some opposition to bonding in the House. Rep. James Elliott, D-Co chise, a member of the appro priations committee, said he op poses going to bonds because "i" is our last untapped source o revenue." But another avidly conserve tive member of the committee jaid that he is reluctantly lean ing toward the bonding idea. By using the bonds, the legis lators could take care of $20 million to 835 million in capita outlay requests for constructioi at the universities. This woulc shift that much of a burden off ihe state tax rate for the com ing fiscal year. TUCSOrt DAILY CITIZEN Published Dally Except Sunday by the :itizen Publishing Co. JOB North Stone Ave. Tcissn, Arizona INSCRIPTION RATES: Home-Delivered in Tucson/ 4Sc p«r week or $23.40 per year. Home-Delivered Outside Tucson, 45c Pi week or SI.W per month. Mail Rates: Payable in advance, S2.15 per month or $27.00 per year. Surprising medical facts about tension indigestion Tesls at a famous medical center show how one special formula beats even prescription-type products in fighting excess stomach acid, immediate cause of tension indigestion. This special formula is not an expensive drug, not difficult to gel, but found in today's TUMS*. Stomach specialists know TUMS is no mere candy mint. In tests, today's TUMS, fought stomach add faster, more completely than even a prescription-type antacid costing six times as much. It is the. medicine for tension indigestion. TUMS. SALE !L -» * ^« ' Wool Knits Imported from Spain, Denmark Belgium Beautiful wool knits, In two and three piece suits, one piece dresses and · coats, some distinctively tailored and designed by world faro o u s Caruncho, leading fashion designer of Ma- drid, Spain. High fashion colors and black. Reg. 45.00 29,70 Reg. 90.00 _ _ 59.70 Reg. 110.00 72.70 Reg. 150.00 99.70 SUITS ... Small group of meticu- / lously tailored s u i t s in{ sports and dressy styles. ln-| eluded are textured wools \ and two-tone Kimberly V, wool knits. Misses Sizes Reg. 55.00 _ Reg. 80.00 ..... 33.70 52.70 Fashions--Second Floor Sale! Special group of Men's, Women's Shoes WOMEN'S RES. VALUES TO 15.00 . . . Nine different spring styles by Town Country and Natural Bridge in dress and tailored shoes. Bone, white and black, high midheel. 11.70 Women's Shoes--Main Floor MEN'S REG. VALUES TO 28.00 . . . Select group from our regular stock of oxfords and slipons . .. wing tip, moccasin toe and brogues, in black, brown and olive. 17.70 Men's Shoes--Main Floor Excellent Values on Name Brand Men's Suits AH from regular stock in one and two pant suits. _ _ -^ -- » Two and three button styles in solids, muted 13-/U 1O 33./V r Uk *nd subdued strioes. Reg. 39.95 to 89.95 Sizes Reg. Short Long X-Long 35 3 36 I 1 37 5 38 i 39 7 1 8 2 1 1 1 5 1 2 40 8 3 18 7 41 2 2 4 42 4 10 8 43 2 3 44 46 12 6 7 9 48 5 6 2 | 50 1 Reg. 39.95 to 42.50 Reg. 47.50 to 59.95 Reg. 65.00 to 69.95 19.70 28.70 32.70 Other Items For Men: MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS Short sleeve, 100% cotton, da- cron blends In regular and button down collars. Contour or tapered body ... solids, plaids and stripes. Sizes S.M.L.XL Reg. 5.00 to 5.95 3.98 or 2/7.75 MEN'S PAJAMAS Long sleeve and long leg pajamas in 100% cotton, in pullover and coat styles. Solids, patterns and stripes. Sizes A,B,C,D Reg. 6.00 3.98 or 2/7.75 MEN'S SWEATERS Cardigan and pullover styles in iambs wool, Shetland, alpaca and orlon. Sizes S,M,L,XL Reg. II.95to25.00 7.70 ^ 15.70 Men's--Main Floor Luxury Coat Sale Reg. 50.00 to 155.00 27.70 to 102.70 Small group of the finest quality textured wools and elegant, imported !00% Cashmeres in neutral and fash- ,ion colors. Fashions--Second Floor French Purse Matching Key Gard* Handsome set in buffalo grain pigskin is just right for you, or makes an ideal gift . . . blue, red, and bone. Handbags--Main Floor Reg. 7.95 5.00 Headline Items From Various Depts. -· - - ·· - -in · -"*' Sportswear Dept.. .. SLACKS ... wool, silk, stretch, many proportioned lengths. Color range. Sizes 6-18. Reg. 10.00 to 16.98 _ _ 7.70 to 13.70 Lingerie Dept.... SHIFTS ... three smart styles, all cotton, in solids, dots, or prints. Sizes 10 to 18. Reg. 7.00 5.70 Cosmetic Dept. . . . BONNIE BELL, 10 O 1 Six cleansing lotion, with 2 oz. trial size Free __ 3.00 Teen Men Dept. . . . SPORT SHIRTS . . . Fine values in dacron/cottons, and cottons . .. solids, plaids, stripes. Sizes 14 to 20. Reg. 5.00 _ »/ 2 Stationery Dept. ... POWER HEAD LANTERNS .'.. with flashing red light 6 volt battery included. Reg. 5.00 3.70 Bedding Dept.... "NOSEGAY" BEDSPREADS ... by Taylor Maker . . . 100% cotton, embroidered throw style. Lint- free, in floral design. Twin or full sizes. Reg. 12.98 10.70 Bedding Dept. . . . INDIA PRINT THROWS . . . imported hand blocked washable throws. Three sizes. Reg. 2.98 to 4.98 ..... 2.49 to 4.49 Linen Dept. ... 3 PC. BATHMAT SET ... Includes rug, contour rug, and lid cover, 100% cotton pile, with latex back, in decorator colors. Reg. 3.98 Set 3.70 Luggage Dept 57" GARMENT CARRIER ... feather- light, holds up to 6 dresses. Blue or Brown, or Clan Plaid. Reg. 9.99 to 10.99 6.66 to 7.33 Gift Dept. Specials LAMP SALE 3 PC. SALAD SETS Reg. 32.95 to 59.95 Reg. 2.98 24.98 to 39.98 2.29 clearance of a group of table Glass bowl w i t h plastic lamps, various colors and servers, by Colony, in gold or styles. crystal. SABEN EARTHENWARE SALE . . . 48 pc service for 8, ovenproof, in three patterns. Reg. 21.99 11.95 Accent fhe Horn* Shoo--Main Floor _Supervised Free Parking at Rear of Store,

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