Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 3, 1973 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1973 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N ANDY CAPP KEIF NO «,"BUT QWWHflTlT UKl»JNNlN'ApUg Puzzle 20 22 25 29 30 32 33 34 V. 36 ·I 37 !. 38 V 39 41 - ACROSS Site of ehot. Famous puppet maker. Attirred; Tropical tree. Canoe of Malaysia. Complete, for short. Phrase symbolizing authority. One's most favorable appearance; Phrase. Letter sign-off. Chinei* statesman. Accompany, v Wander aimlessly. French river. Set in position. Cutting tool. Safari. Streaks in marble. Faithful. Votfd sorrel. Beau Brummcll. Nifty. Self-important. Spooks. 42 Participle suffix, 43 Infinitive for a gourmet. 45 Certain flowers. 52 Concise written item. 53 __ aves (rarities.) ·54 Wild plum. 55 Cube. 56 British gun. 57 Sibilant signal. 58 :__ letter. DOWN 1 Part of a plant. 2 Service org. 3 Forbids. 4 Germinate. 5 Gorget. 6 Plant parts. 7 Fishing instrument. 8 Ruminate. 9 -.Girl's name. 10 Sahdarac tree. 11 Elwood P. __ Harvey's friend, 13 Hero of World j War I. 15 Mutter, 17 Ahead of. 18 Carfare. : 22 Obstruct. 23 Flesh: Prefix. ' 24. Heavy or light item. - 25 A large number, 26 Challenges. 27 Be jubilant. 28 Films. 30 Ballpoints. 31 Part of a teapot. 34 Actor Robert' . 35 Describing a certain sloth. 37 "Now late!" 38 Angclfiih. 40 Vendor of rhyme. 41 "Ready, __, go!" 43 Full dress: Colloq. 44 Flat plinths. 45 Certain ships! Abbr. 46 Exclamation of surprise. 47 Tributary of th« Seine. 48 Orient. 49 Do a cooking · job. 50 Behold: Lat, 51 J)rop off.' Keep CEO alive with city funds, Morales suggests Ifrtiud suit filed ? A Tucson mobile home com- jpany is accused of fraud in a ;contract lawsuit in Pima Coun- Hy Superior Court on behalf of taree Spanish-speaking Tucso-" jiians. : f Maria Mercado, Irene Con- Ireras and Trinidad Conteras ··claim the contract' they signed Ho buy a home from Parkwood ilobile Home;Sales Inc., 2775 jl. Oracle Road; was not the ^same as had been represented 4.0 them in Spanish by the 'company's salesmen, Tom Jand Lupita Dawsori. * : Among the verbal promises ^the company failed to fulfill, Jthey say in the suit filed 'Thursday; were a reduction in Ithe price of the mobile home , 'because it was without furni- ture; installation by Parkwood of the mobile home and utilities;" Parkwood's obtaining the permit to locate the home at 801 E. 30th St.; installation of an 'evaporative cooler at no additional cost; and listing of Mrs. Mercado as buyer with Mrs. Contreras . and her son-in-law. Contreras as cosigners. Mrs: Mercado is living in the mobile home with no heat, light, water or sewage connections; the suit says, and the company has refused to act on complaints since Oct. 5. The lawsuit, ·· which asks $20,605 in damages, was filed by Bill Enriques of the Pima County Legal Aid Society. Reagan kin to attend ' iYoung GOP meet here o. ;, The daughter of California .·Gov. Ronald Reagan will be among guests at the Arizona i TState convention of Young Republicans here Feb. 16-18. '; Maureen Reagan is a Young ^Republican national com- initteewoman. "Jill Becker, chairman of the liost Pima County Young Republicans, announced that iRep. Steve Symms, R-Idaho, £lso will address the con- y.ention at the Pioneer International Hotel. }· Other speakers will be John jiaugh, Republican national committeeman from Tucson, ^Yesterday's Answer The director of Tucson's Committee for Economic Opportunity would like to see the city nsip fund its programs v/hen federal money for it nins' cut, but' the future of CEO is uncertain. CEO, a private non-profit organization aimed at com- b.n'ing t^e local causes of poverty, was funded by the Office C? Economic Opportunity through -June 1974, says Hector Morales, ;CEO director. President Nixon's fiscal 1974 Enrollment shows gain at PCC Preliminary spring enrollment at Pima Community College has reached 7,674 -.about 60 more than for the fall enrollment, according. to Jo- :seph : W. CosenOno, registrar. Final figures will not be ; available until cancellations ·and enrollments for-out-of-town, ·classes are recorded, he said. However, the enrollment figure is expected to remain hi- her than for the fall semester. · Spring enrollments traditio-; .nally are lower than those in ^the fall, but the community i · college has experienced '· steady growth since its opening in September 1970. " ; Fall enrollment totaled 7,616. Spring enrollment last year was 5,328. The high enrollment will bring extra funds from the .state at the end of the school- year, which can be carried : into'the'next"fiscal year. The extra state.money could result in lower property taxes in the next fiscal-year, college officials have said. Probe figures receive award Washington Roil Ntws Strvict . WASHINGTON -- Washington Post staff writers Carl. Bernstein 'and. Bob Woodward' have been named recipients of the Newspaper Guild's 1972 Heywood Broun · Award for their series of articles on political espionage in the 1972 ro- litical campaigns, including the bugging of Democratic National Headquarters at the Watergate. The Broun award is presented annually for journalistic achievement. It is named after the late Heywood Broun, the guild's founder and first president. -budget proposals, however, contain a blueprint for dis- . solving the OEOj with most of its programs going, to the Department of Health, Education and Welfare.' . Bill Smith, field supervisor of OEO's regional office; said yesterday that with presently allocated; funds: CEO may-be able to receive some money · as late as December. After that, however, the. future of local community, action programs, such as CEO has provided probably will depend on the city, county and state governments. "It : is doubtful whether : HEW and other departments and agencies will be capable- of taking over tire social pro-. grams that have been admiti^ istered by OEO," says Mayor Lewis C. Murphy. ; ·.... -· . "The City of Tucson is not now formally looking toward the takeover of. funding for CEO," he said, adding that "we must first take, a look at what the.funding picture, will be and what options are available to CEO;" v. ' . ' , '·'·;·'.'· '· ·' The city, the mayor says, could use revenue sharing "or various .other sources of funds" to help CEO, but first would have to determine : whether the community wants : to continue to fund such programs as CEO administered. ; Morales; who recently ; fought and won a battle i against the takeover of CEO by the city, says "the Cityof Tucson should recognize that CEO has done a good job and has been an effective citizen participation tool. "The city should help fund CEO with federal revenue sharing funds but should not move .to; adopt, the."agency,; CEO should remain independent," he said. '72 CONN ORGAN CLOSE OUT Reductions up to '600 now -Caprtce D.Luxe walnut -Caprice D.Luxe Mediterranean -Minuet D.Luxe French Prov. -Serenade D.Luxe French Pror. -Serenade D.Luxe Early Amer. -Theatre D.Luxe walnut ^Artist D.Luxe.walnut Trades accepted at full value 4530 E. Broadway near Swan ' · BROADWAY ORGAN PIANO CTR. and Bart Fleming, deputy state treasurer. All sessions are open to the public. Right source to ask GENOA, Italy (UPI).- After spending the night with relatives, animal dealer Antonio Tilli went back to the,| place where he parked his truck. It was gone. So was a lion cub he left in it. Tilli got both back as soon as he checked with police. They had towed the truck away at the _ ( request of passersby scared at |] the sight of the lion. TODAY l-eDruary 3 TODAY., . . . if Saturday hours could ; be useful for YOUR bank : ing. here's how! 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