Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 7, 1968 · Page 22
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PAGE 24 CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 1 Chew. 5 Literaiy works. 9 Dominion. 13 Elsewhere: Lat, 14 Element. 15 Calumet, 16 Assam's jwigabor. 17 Nullifies. 29 Publisher'. · concern. .21'.-- space, 22 Lvinchrccm. 23 Wield. 24 Spectacles. 26 Cheap and showy: Slang, 30 Where Accra is, 31 Airfoil. 32 Time: Fr. 34 Own: Scot. 35 Moted quickly, 38 Cents: Ahbr. 39 Elks: Initials. *1 Suburb of Paris. 42 Reddish brown : or yellow pigment. 44-- same old song: 2 words; 46 Coincide. 47 llth. cen. dale: Rom. 48 Small insect, 50 Seashore. 52 Whole co'slume. 56 Shofsrs. 58 Vivid shade of blue. 59 Unaltered: 2 words. 60 Party. 61 Hostile one. 62 Relative of a turnstile. 63 Expeditious. 64 Colleen. DOWN 1 Merriment. 2 Palm tree. 3 Sbeol. 4 Sudden violent wind. 5 Fresh air: Slang. 6 60 Across and others. 7 Direction. 8 Pilfer: Slang. 9 In -- (none, theless): 2 words 10 Extensive. 11 Mimic. 12 Affirmation. 13 As well as. 18 Campus scrimmage. 20 Electees. 24 Vessels. 25 City in No. Vietnam. 27 Black. 28 Mazo de la __ Canadian author. 29 Chilean export. 30 Chatter: Colloq. 31 Desire. 33 Direction. 36 Get along ·well: 3 words. 37 Jingle. 40 As a whole: 2 words. 43 City on the Po, 45 Lillian , actress. 46 Classifieds. 49 Place within. 50 Mexican dwelling. 51 Pass up. 53 Cricket runs. 54 Flees: Slang. 55 Isle on the Ouse. 55. Kind of paper. 57 Washington agency. Polish Alliance Installation Set Anthony Kwiatek will be installed president of file Polish Alliance St. Anthony Lodge Sunday at 5:30 p.m. at the Desert Inn. Other officers.are'Mrs. FranR Witkawski, vice president; Mrs. Antoinette Banas, treasurer; Mrs. Diha Kwiatek, recording secretary, and Witkawski, financial secretary. Members of the board of directors r are Edward Banas, Stanley Galasiewski, and Izydor Pawlawski.-Stephen Witskawski is marshal and flag bearers are John Kaszyeki and Michael Witkawski. Honored guests will be Mayor .and Mrs. James N. Corbett Jr. and the Rev. Stanley Powers of the Newman Center. YESTERDAY'S ANSWER Serving »:30tolOP.Ml ' Mesquite Broiled^ CABRILLA Appetiier*^ 7 r Salad *| /t Potato 4 [HIDDEN VALLEYj INN Sabino Canyon Rd. DINNER DANCIK6 TO THE MUSIC OF THE LOUIS WELKTRIO Enjoyable dining in a Charming Cay 90's atmosphere Fwr Separate 1AMQUET ROOMS 5ZIWOOD 5532 E. Speedway Par Reservations Call. 298-3301 SOMHHIHb II) SLU1HIHN lUtr DM HORIH IflllRlh... Caruso's (R120M S OlDtST AND fINfSl IIStlAI, RtSTiPUN! 434 N 4lh AVE MA 2 - 9 6 5 7 Bullfights Beckon UA Societies The card at the Negates, Son., bull ring virtually assures the success of "Fraternity and Sor- ity Day" at the plaza this coming Sunday. Impresario Mike de la Fuente has signed two matadors who fight in the reckless style made popular by "El Cordobes," which has proved a favorite with the Nogales fans in recent years. The corrida begins at 4 p.m. Each matador will fight and kill two bulls from the Esequiel Gutierrez herd. Heading the card is Adolfo Rojas of Venezuela. As demonstrated when he appeared in the Nogales plaza last month, he can bring the crowd to its feet with daring passes and colorful work with both cape and mu- leta. Vying with Rojas for the afi- cieonados' acclaim will be Mexican matador Ernesto San Roman. His sparkling performance in Nogales on Nov. 5 won him two ears. The fans carried him on their shoulders from the arena to his hotel. Both matadors have courage and a flare for showmanship. This will be Rojas' last appearance in the Nogales Plaza for sometime. Following Sunday's performance, he will fly to Spain, where he is under contract for several corridas. 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