11, 1976 TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Salute to the Rrtriots 4 DAYS ONLY Sale ends Saturday, February 14. now at Wuxls. Handsome housedresses . . . Â£99 Brighten your daily duties with these cheery little housedresses from Wards. Made of easy care 65% polyester 35% cot. Enhance your appearance -- buy several. Misses' and half sizes. iJ REGULARLY 8.99 SAVE *2 MEN'S BELTLESS "PUTTER" PANTS 799 REGULARLY 9.99 Elastic insert in waist for comfortable fit. Rear patch pockets. Sizes 34-42: Tan, olive or blue polyester/cotton. Prices cut. MEN. EASY-GOING LEISURE SETS JACKET SLACKS 1044944 REG. $16 REG. $14 Jacket. Double-track stitching, color-mated buttons. S-M-L-XL. Flare slacks. Wide belt loops. W e s t e r n pockets. Sizes 30-38 Both in polyester. Not all sizes available in all colors. 3.97 off 3. BOYS' COLORFUL KNIT SHIRTS REG. 2.99 EACH L i v e l y look on ice- cool pastels. Screen p r i n t s o n f r o n t . In no-iron p o l y e s t e r / c o t t o n . S , M , L , X L . Ring your vibes Topaz-l are you The ring that changes color as your feelings change. A fabulous new \vay to got in touch with your feelings. The.- stone changes color with your i n n e r sell'. The fun and f a s c i n a t i o n go on and on. If brings out the gypsy in you. Everyone's t a l k i n g about it, Come see why. In an e x q u i s i t e gold- or silver-tone metal setting. Sizes 5 to 8. The stone, U.S. Pat. #3,802,945 Pendants. Special buy 2.88 SAVE *1 MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRT 6" REGULARLY $8 jOpen collar sport shirt in 50% cotton 50% polyester. Pastel shades of orange, yellow or green. ,\Sizes S-M-L-XL. \\ \ T Imitation Suede Jacket Mustard, hunter green. Contrast stitching. 100% rayon facing, (35% of fabric). 100% cotton backing (65% of fabric). 14" REGULARLY $18 Men's furnishings -- Main floor. Special buy. SCREEN PRINT PJ OR NIGHTGOWN 2" Screen print design. Contrasting top stitching. In girls' sizes 7-14. Girls' 7-14 Dept. -- Main floor. SAVE *3 RAINY DAY NYLON DRIZZLER JACKET 2" REG.$6 Lightweight nylon jacket has belt, double snap front, double stitch detail. In girls'sizes 7-14. Special buy. TODDLERS' 1-4 TOPS, SLACKS n 3,0^4 TOPS SLACKS Knit tops and boxer slacks in prints, solids. Machine washable, no- i r o n i n g i n p o l y e s ter/cotton. Special buy. SHEER MESH PANTYHOSE WARDS LOW PRICE Buy these durable nylons by the a r m f u l ! Fashionable nude heel style has reinforced toe for extra wear. In basic tones. One size for misses. Stock up! SAVE *1 ANTI-CLING CLASSIC SLIP 2" REGULARLY $4 100% nylon tricot in proportioned lengths. Scalloped embroidery trim at hem and shirred bodice. Sizes 32-40. Pre-washed denims Jacket -- Pants 19" PER SET REGULARLY $29 Made of 100% cotton. Western styling. Epaulettes with button. Garment washed to give a used look. Jacket S-M- L-XL. Pants 32-40 waist sizes. Leisure wear -- Main floor. Special buy. MISSES' BRIEFS OR BIKINIS. FOR $1 L Soft, supple acetate. Double fabric crotch. Pastels or white; machine washable, 5,6,7. Lingerie -- Main floor. BOYS' BOUNCY-SOLE SUEDE BOOT A n k l e deep in comfort. mmf\f\ M a n - m n d e sole. D 8"a-3. /Ui) 10.99. Sizes D 3'/2-7. 8.99. I REG. 9.99 FOR FAST, EASY SHOPPING JUST SAY "CHARGE IT!" WITH A WARDS CHARC-ALL ACCOUNT Happy 200th, America! PAGE 37 David llanft'Y 'I don'l cxpccl to win' Skyjack vigilante in politics Rammed jet with own car ST. LOUIS (UP!) -- Duvid Hanlcy caught the public eye in the 1972 election year through the nonpolitical act of ramming his car into :i hijacked iiirliiier. He is following up in 197G by running for president. "I won't deny that the hijacking episode is my one claim to fame," Hanley said in announcing his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination. Only three weeks ago. he said he was running for governor of Missouri. He will give that up for the presidential race, he said. "Realistically, honestly, 1 don't expect to win," he said. "1 expect to give the people an option to update their government." On June 24, 1972, Hanley became incensed at the inability of scores of security agents to stop the hijacking of an American Airlines jetliner at St. Louis' Lambert Field. He drove his convertible through a fence, sped down the runway and smashed it against the nose and landing gear of the jet. The hijacker and his hostages abandoned the disabled plane for another airliner and took off anyway. Hanley's action added an extra life term to the sentence, of the man later convicted of- the hijacking, Martin McNally, by making the charge two counts of air piracy, since two planes were involved. "When 1 said I'd stop that hijacked plane, 1 nearly killed myself but I stopped it," Hanley said. "I'll give that same kind of effort to give the government back to the people." Hanley, 34, lists himself as an unemployed inventor. He said it was one of his inventions that prompted him to seek the presidency. The device would be attached to every telephone: People could vote on major issues before Congress by inserting Social Security cards in the device. "A computer could provide readouts of the people's votes on the desks of congressmen, and they would have to vote the way the people dictate," he said. Hanley said he planned to be in New Hampshire this week to begin a write-in campaign in that state's presidential primary election. He ' said he also planned to enter the Florida and Illinois primaries. Six centers will test hypertension Free blood pressure screenings are scheduled from 2 to 5 p.m. Feb. 21 at six Revco Discount Drug Centers in the city. The screenings, which take no more than 5 minutes per person, are being conducted ' by the Community Hypertension Control Program of the American Heart Association. The blood pressure tests will be held at the following Revco .. locations: --Campbell Plaza, 2804 N. ' Campbell Ave. --Berkshire Village, 8660 E. Broadway. --Londontown, 5462 E. Pima. St. --Southgate, 3378 S. 6th Ave. --Menlo Plaza, 1215 W. St. . Mary's Road. --Desert Square, 7127 E. '' Golf Links Road.
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