Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 7
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 7

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1967 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 7 r ·IDE SMOOTHLY AND SAFEIY...TRIM AND GROOM YOUR LAWM THE WAY YOU LIKE IT! America's finest riding mower Compare work-saving features anywhere i ONTGOMERY WARD Vr Model 77 234 REGULARLY 249.95 NO MONEY DOWN · Rugged, reliable 5-hp Powr-Kraft* engine · 25-in. floating rotary cuts smoothly, evenly · Cushion-soft ride .. . frame absorbs shock · Rear wheel differential...turn effortlessly without tearing up your lawn The big-job mower with the engine in the rear for better ground-gripping traction (takes steep grades in stride)... more safety... cooler comfort! Tornado-like vacuum action created by rotary blade and deck straightens grass for an even trim. STARTS WEDNESDAY, MAY 17th SLIP-ON GRASS CATCHER Mow and vacuum your lawn in on* work-saving operation. Make up a 4-season lawn care team with this group off work-saving attachments! Tr«ll«r Dump Car* Dump without leaving ·call 4Vt-a. ft- «»P- Trailer »w««|»«r Rid«, mow, «w««p 31- In, swath at lame ltm». *) ^ fcwfc \ m 30-Inch Spr««J«r Seed, f««d lawn whll* titling. Holdi 80 Ibs. Doxir-SiMW ·!·(· Control from seat with hand lever. 32-In. cut. \w M«d«IM CARPET-SMOOTH CUT OH ANY TiRRAlHi 4-HP RIDIHG MOWER Parget scalping* Hinged, 25-in. floating rotary *eeki ouf low «pot» and crests for a professional trim. ij£|^23g£33Maa*2MveJKiKfia^^ ^ -- *^^fc I Wards has a complete line of riding mowers and lawn tractors priced from 99.5O to *499. SAVE S 51 "Garden Mark' 7" lawn tractor with 32-in. rotary mower $499 *175 Reg. 189.95 Model 76 HERE'S POWER TO TACKLE TALL GRASS! 24-IN. RIDIHG MOWER Sctbodgrriax--4-hp Powr- Kraft* engln* providts th« mutcltrl Saf«ty foot clutch, ·aty hoight odjusfments. $149 Reg. 159.95 Model 20 HOW WARDS HAS A 24" RIDIHG MOWER FOR LISS THAH $110* A rider priced as low o* a walker! One ea«y pull of tit* recoil ·tarter and the 4 AQ 50 I If ?1 " CUSTOMER ORDER ONLY Ask for a test ride today! REGULARLY $55O · Big 7-hp Powr-Kraft* engine · Electric starter/generator o 4-season attachments available Season after season, climb aboard and ease into a seat of power! Finish difficult iawn and garden chores in minutes rather than hours...have more time for relaxation. Power to spare for climbing steep grades; cutting tough, tall grass down to size; heavy hauling. Ask for a free demonstration at your home! Model 1375 CUSTOMER ORDER ONLY WITH CHARG-AU YOU CHOOSE CONVENIENT MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO FIT YOUR BUDGETS Musicians ·' Offer Camp Scholarship A scholarship to the ninth annual Congress of Strings summer school is being offered by the Tucson Musicians' Association. The camp is sponsored by the ' American Federation of Musicians of the United States and Canada. It is held June 18 to Aug. 12 on the University of Southern California campus. The Congress of Strings student body is limited to 120 winners of community auditions conducted throughout the U. S. and Canada. Local audition personnel are Dr. Max Ervin, head of the music department for School District 1; Dr. Henry Johnson, conductor of the University of Arizona symphony orchestra, and Georges De- Meester, conductor of the Tucson Pops Orchestra. Winning contestants between the ages of 16 and 23 will be awarded full scholarships providing eight weeks' intensive instruction under noted string teachers from the nation's foremost symphony orchestras. Teen Thugs Make Bad Selection NEW YORK (AP) -- Two «en-agers who attempted to old up a man walking across e Brooklyn Bridge are top candidates for Losers of the Week. Police said Louis Negron, 17, f Brooklyn, and a 14-year-old ompanion approached the man Monday and one of them napped: "Hand over your mon- y." The victim reached into his pocket but Instead of a wallet )ulled out a .3a-caliber revolver and a badge identifying him as xtlice Deputy Inspector Jules sachson, a confidential investigator. Court Sentencings Sentenced in Superior Court yesterday were: Michael M. ChiJson, 19, of 8350 Tanque Verde Road, thre« years' probation for receiving stolen property. James F. Pedrin, 42, address unknown, five to eight years for grand theft. David A. Johnson, 20, last known address 3304 E. Bellevue Ave., and Thomas Posemato, 18, of 3735 E. Grant Road, two o five years each for grand heft. C o n n i e Gregory, 22, last known address 1106 N. Camilla Blvd., two to five years for attempting to «btain narcotic by fraud. William J. Walker, 51, of 484 S. Convent Ave., three years' probation for first degree burglary. Town Establishes Urban Board An intergovernmental board to review applications to the Department of Housing and Urban Development for federal funds is now officially established. The proposed board was approved Monday by the South Tucson Town Council at a special meeting. Previously the City of Tucson and Pima County adopted a similar ' " 'tion. All members of the South Tucson Council are eligible to serve on the board and at least one of them must attend each meeting. Town Manager Paul and South Tucson each will have one vote on the board. I Checked Your Roof Lately? Let O'MALLErS ROOFING Check 11 For You! "All Types o« Koofinji -- N« Job Too Largt or Too Small" FREE ESTIMATES 210 STEVINS Then* 792-131*

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