Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 15, 1967 · Page 18
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 18

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, May 15, 1967
Page 18
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ii T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY, MAY 15, 1967 CITATIONS Crashes Put Five In Hospitals · Five - persons were hospitalized as the result of two auto crashes over the weekend. Taki to Pitna County Hospital were Mrs. Rosemary E. QuinUrb, Zl, of 226 W. 18th St.; her two daughters, Margaret, 4, and Christina, i, and another passenger in the Quintaro auto, Alicia Caiz, 21, of 261 W. Oklahoma Si, ''. ' . .:.' Hospital authorities said the four sustained mul iple but riot serious injuries. Police said the crash occurred about 9:45 a.m. Saturday at S. 9th Ave. and W. District: St. * juvenile' driving the other auto was cited for .failure to yield the right ofiVpy and having no operator's license in .his possession. Ramon Oretga, 761 "W. Kentucky/St., who was a passenga- in xthe .vehicle, was cited for allowing an unauthorized person to drive. Mrs. Quinlaro was cited for not having an operator's license in her possession. .- -William Gene Gcff, 59, of 827 W. Montana St., was reported in satisfactory condition at St. Mary's Hospital after sustain- in*? broken ribs, bruises and ab- braisions in a two-car crash aoout 2:29 a.m. Sunday, at W. Speedway Blvd.; and N. Tarique Verde Road." Sheriff's- deputies said Goff was cited by the highway patrol for having a suspended operator's license, The other driver, Lydia L. Williams, of 6410 E. Julia St., was treated at the hospital for bruises and abraisions and released, deputies said. Costly Nap DAYTpN, Ohio (UPI)--Barbara'"Jean" Armstrong Sunday fell asleep watching television. She : told police she awoke 20 minutes later to find her $40 portable TV set missing. TINY Hearing Aid WORN ALL IN EAR Sonotone's smallest hearing aid is worn all.in the ear -- ideal for active men and women who n^d better hearing. The SONET® weighs just, one-tenth of an onnce with battery. It slips tight into the ear -- no outside cords, tubes or wires. See for yourself --:get FREE non-operating replica. 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Wiltons - all reduced! 5% CASH CARPET DISCOUNT at Time of Purchase BROADLOOM-CITY, Downtown 199 PENN1NGTON Plenty of FREE PARKING the sound of fun surrounds you at SIX FLAGS Over Texas Join the merry medley... ride the roaring rapids as a hollowed iog rushes you down a sawmill flume ... drift along a subterranean river through crackling fire and splashing waterfall before crashing through a frontier saloon aboard the Run-A-Way Mine Train ... find yourself amid the bark of gunfire as cowboys settle their differences... discover sparkling shows at the Crazy Horse Saloon ... and much, much more-all at SIX FLAGS Over Texas. With the accent on family entertainment, this spectacular park delightfully depicts the Lone Star State against six distinct historical backdrops. Located midway between Dallas and Fort Worth, SIX FLAGS is open Fridays: 5-11 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays: 10 a.m.-IO p.m. through Monday, September 4 (Labor Day). From September 9 through October 29, SIX FLAGS will operate Saturdays and Sundays only. One all-inclusive ticket covers free main gat« admission and ail the more than 75 rides, attractions and featured shows. Expensive air conditioning, ahadad rest areas' and many oth«r conveniences throughout the park will m»ke your visit comfortably complete. Plan now to get away from it all. Your passage into rare advent'jr* and extraordinary entertainment is open... and waiting. SIX FLAGS OVER TEXAS P.O.BOX 191, DepL ST Arlington, Texas 76010 NAME STREET CITY STATE ZIP SIX FLAGS O V · R T · X A · DALLAS/FORT WORTH TURNPIKE

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