Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 16, 1967 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, May 16, 1967
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TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1967 T U C S O N D A J L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE f f ; By ERMA BOMBECK Today,-ye.pay tribute to a . yi^l part of this newspaper. · You've all viewed and pos! sibly taken for granted the · unsung hero in sneakers who trudges to your doorstep each day and places at your fingertips news and pictures from all over the world. ' Whose, loyalty knows no seasons. Whose union recognizes .no holidays. Whose initiative and perseverance to the job at hand knows no bounds, no sacrifices too great. · I'm referring, of course, to ' your newsboy's mother. ! If there is any humor to be found in the team spirit of delivering newspapers, it .must be in the old adage, "I haven't lost a son. I've .gained a paper route." ; The way it is explained to , you by the Branch Manager, the job will mature your son · (it ages you, but it matures . your son). It will give him responsibility, business train- AT WITS END A Salute To Paper Boys' Moms ing, money, a worthwhile en- (The mother at a little Caster deavor, money, short hours, rate than her son;) She draws the tips, healthy outdoor exposure (oh, boy), money. The first day of the route, a strange thing happens. The big, hulking strap of a boy who yesterday was destined to run General Motors, has suddenly shrunk! He can't possibly balance Ann Landers Buchwald and Heloise on the handlebars of his frail bike. He suddenly becomes a little boy again. Pigeon Mom says heroically, '.'I'll take you around just once to familiarize you with the route." Together, they stumble around, fighting the battle of houses without numbers, lock- e d s c r e e n doors, thorny shrubbery and mad dogs. Three hours later when they have finished their route and have one paper left over, they are both ready to head for home and wait for the phone to ring. As die route grows, both of ·them continue to mature. deadbeats who live in $35,000 houses and can't seem to scrape lip 50 cents without having to be prodded by three or four visits. She handles all the incoming calls from ugly subscribers who want a "hint" as to where their v paper is buried. And it's good old mom. who carries the route by herself for a week when an offer to go camping comes up or an after-school sports e^ent takes precedence. Today, 1st us salute this true heroine of the fourth estate who sacrifices her all in ·the name of motherhood. For w i t h o u t her conscientious eye and her helping hand this column would be nothing more than a bruised piece of newspaper p u l p in someone's drain spout, waiting for the spring rains to flush it into oblivion. Montieth- Mutter Betrothal Planning a July wedding a r e Guinn. Montieth and Maurits Wolterbeek Muller. Guimv daughter of Mrs. David D. Montieth, 4809 E. Cecelia St., and the late Mr. Montieth, is a graduate of Rincon High School. The bride-elect attended the University of Arizona and Long Beach (Calif.) City College. She is employed by Portion Pak Frozen Foods in Long Beach. Mr. .Muller, a graduate of L a k e w o o d (Calif.) High School, is stationed at Lowry AFB in Colorado. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert W. Muller of Lakewood. Guinn Montieth . . . Maurits Muiler Susan Greenbcig . . . Dwight Baum Sharon Lee Field . . William Treumann Apodaca- Sherman Engagement St. John's Catholic Church will be the setting Oct. 7 for the marriage of Madeline Apodaca and Michael Sherman. The bride-elect, a graduate of Salpointe High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reyes Apodaca, 3519 S. Lundy Ave. Madeline is employed by Horizon Land Corp. . Mr. Sherman, son of Ralph B. Sherman of Safford and the late Mrs. Sherman, was graduated from Safford High School. The prospective bride groom attended Eastern Arizona Junior College at Thatcher. He is employed by Guaranty Chevrolet Co. in San Diego. YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR Wednesday, May 17 ARIES (Mary. 21 - Apr. 1»): Stress practical affairs. Take Initiative where security is concerned. Ignore Ihose who talk of ple-ln-sky schemes. Realize solid ground, home, tarmily affairs rewire direct attention. TAURUS (Apr. 20 - May 20): Pleasures can orove rosily. Be sure what you do Is worth effort, money. Realize you do have to face yourself in the morning. Important lo be completely av.'Dre of consequences of actions. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20): You have abl'il" today to unveil conslruclive views. Do so! Undue hesitation could lead to loss. Know this and set forth toward goal. Your speed may be limited--but progress is shown. CANCER (June 21 - July 22): Don't be tempted Into foolish action or journey. Know thnt flurry and flash will not re- Place real accomplishment. Relatives, others may be sincere--but perhaps they lack facts. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22): Your finan- c\r' status subject to change -- for Ihc better. Accent today on transactions wli'ch bring profil. But you must hp Self-reliant. So-called tips from friends don't pan out. , . VIRGO (Au*. 233 · Sept. 22): Cycle 1 huh. Your Judgment ap' to be correct. Applies especially to decisions concerninq home, property, real estate. One In authority may need additional lime. Act accordEnfllv LIBRA ([Sept. 53 - Oct. 22): Much of what occurs today is subtle und.cr cover, behind the scenes. Ride with the cvlce Good time to visit one confined. Go slow. Pace yourself. Avoid careless- SORPIIO {Oct. 33 - Ntiv. 21): Accent on ability to make Intelliaenf concessions. Friends auoear irritable. Don i compound error. Know that some hopes, wishes are Impractical. Make necessary SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 2J - OEec. 21): You cock boat of stability " stubborn. Obtain hint from SCORPIO message. Opposition can he overcome by uiilirinq alternative methods. Be versatile, display resourcefulness. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19): Check directions, details before embarking on any iournev Extra work appears necessary. Special assignment could chang* p|.?ns. Be ready for surprise. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18): You can absorb knowledge today. People confide In you. reveal secrpts. Acce.nl on the underground, the hidden. Mate or parlner takes Initiative. Be wary where property Is concerned. PISCES (F«b. 19 - Mar. 50): Contract or agreement dealing with lona-range protect Is spotlighted. Accent maturity- Stick with experience. Stcfr clear of Ihose who make sensational claim 5 ;,,-,,... I F T O D A Y I S Y O U R BIRTH; DAY. . .current cycle indicates "nish o; task. You are a natural executive, able to perceive projects as a who e. O;;CB you make up your mm) to accomplish a task! M i l difficult to sidetrack you. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Labor, travel, communications appear linked today, .grab headlines. For Your Girl GRADUATE Have all of her pins, awards. honors, etc. of University Career mounted in a personalized CHARM BRACELET S J S N. PARK AVE. 622-6171 Madeline Apodaca . . . Michael Sherman SAI Ends Year Members of Sigma Alpha I o t a , international professional sorority for women musicians, will hold their final meeting of the year tomorrow. Susan Carruth, 2904 E. Kleindale Road, will open her home for the 7:45 p.m. event. Mrs. Lloyd E. Roberts will be installed as president Others taking office will be Mrs.' Paul McCoy, first vice president; Mrs. Charles A. Atwater, second vice president; Mrs. Everett Perry, treasurer; Mrs. James Whalen, recording secretary; and Virginia Robertson, corresponding secretary. WEDNESDAY'S SCHOOL LUNCH AMPHITHEATER Information Not Available PLOWING WELLS Beef Enchiladas Buttered Corn Shredded Lettuce "Peach Hot Cross Bun Milk MARANA Pizza Tossed Green Salad Jello With Fruit Milk SUNNYSIDE Braised Beef On Rice Cabbage And Apple Salad Hot Rolls And Honey Butter Peach Half Milk TUCSON Submarine Sandwich French Fries Lettuce And French Dressing Raisin Bar Milk July 9 Wedding Plans Announced Students Betrothed Northern Arizona University students Sharon 'Lee Field, and William Neilson Treumarm** are engaged. The couple plans a June 3 wedding in Flagstaff. Mr. Treumann, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Treumann, 126 N. Avenida De San Ramon, is a graduate of Rincon High School. The prospective hiide- groom attended the University of Arizona. He will graduate this month from NAU at Flagstaff. Sharon Lee, a graduate of Flagstaff High School, is also a senior at NAU. 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Interior lights in each section, temperature contrail Choice of 5 colors. 64%" h., 48J" w., 26%" 6. 5 oo DELIVERS ON APPROVED CREDIT ARIZOHA WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL! Planning a July 9 wedding at the Pioneer International Hotel are Susan Lois Greenberg and Dwight Gallagher Baum. Susan Lois, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George B. Greenberg, 5831 E. North St., is a graduate of Tucson High Group Schedules Spring Banquet The Tucson Chapter of the American Institute of Banking will hold its annual spring banquet Saturday, -May 20 at Skyline Country Club. Cocktails will be served at 6:30 p.m. with dinner following at 7:30 p.m. Advertisement Summer Beauty It is easy to have a good summer complexion, despite the skin coarsening effect of summer. The pores open much wider. in the heat so it's essential that they have free movement to open and close without being clogged. Protect from cosmetic pigments, dust, and powder by smoothing on your oil of Ola'y. 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