Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 32
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 32

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 17, 1967
Page 32
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PAGE 32 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, WITH SGT. MIKE * WATCH IT, BUSTER ...MY FATHER KMOWS HO PERSON!AU/ Cars Failing Smog Test LOS ANGELES (AP) -Southern California's smog control chief says about 60 per cent of 1967 model cars tested ail to meet state emission con- ;rol standards. Louis Fuller, in a report on the effectiveness of the smog control measures, said that of 273 cars tested, 165 emitted more hydro-carbons than the maximum level permitted by the state. * In a similar report last November, Fuller said about 50 per cent of the cars were fail ing to meet the standards. The report was challenged by state officials. ·^* OiAl 40fcftWvMv tt^M* A44M0 Unscramble thesefour Jumbles, one letter to each .square, to form four ordinary words. ROCCU ^ V / C IMI^Tr.i Oucu V.ii.4 Ilft.u *rw · TttWii n ^ W K«IVE 0 /" S-/ .RIEVIL f * ( ) LEHTAli ^ ; Q v Jw WHAT A METALWORKER MI6HT DO WITH H| EYES WHEN A FWETTV SIRL PA66ES BV. Now arrange the circled letters to form the surprise answer, as suggested by the above cartoon. Print Hi 5CBPRSE I THEM LI Nursing Will Be Panel's Subject The Southern Arizona League discussion on nursing of the past and the future at 7:30 p.m. today at the Marshall Auditorium at Tucson Medical Center. On the panel will be Hazel Lusk and Roberta Erikson. It will be moderated by State Rep. Ethel Maynard, who also is a registered nurse. The public is invited. Priest Assigned To St. Cyril's The Rev. Thomas D. Rice, ordained April 22 at St. Mary's Abbey at Wrentham, Mass., has been assigned to St, Cyril's Church. He will assume the position of assistant pastor, now held by the Rev. Richard O'Keefe. Father O'Keefe has been assigned to Holy Family Church and the directorship of the Catholic Youth Organization. (An»wrr» tomorrow) Jnmblrs: MAJOR HONOR HOUSE MALTED Amwrr: ''"'-\ f, JMMYOu uaeti'Jo fee--^"THOU" Reception Will Fete Mrs. Doolen A reception will be held Friday night for Mrs. Berenice Doolen, on the faculty of Cragin School since it opened in 1950. A first grade teacher, she is retiring this year. Doolen Junior High School was named after her husband, Bryan C. Doolen, a basketball coach at Tucson High for 20 years. The reception, which will be held in the Cragin School patio between 7:30 and 9 p.m., is open to students, former pupils and friends of Mrs. Doolen. The Cragin PTA is sponsoring the reception., HURRY SALE ONTGOMERY WARD STARTS TODAY ENDS SATURDAY Save 2.41 no w on 1 -coat Acrylic Latex house pain \ Why waft weeks to paint? Acrylic Latex dries fast even in damp weattie.r!Ohe'coat covers any color -.protects . like tjwcv Non-chalking white; 13 colors. 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