Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 5, 1973 · Page 19
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1973 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE If | $475 CASH PRIZE | Citizen Charlie's Crossword x Mail Puzzles In Envelope Only |:| (Poslcards Prohibited) ;·; Or Deliver lo Cili'/.ou Lol)h; ·:· Correct lit-Clasi Postage. Normally an 8' Stamp. Must be :·: . On All Mailed Envelope!) ·:·. -- Postage-Due Entries Will Not Be Judged -- PUZZLE NO. 953-1 R N H T H D R Y N T B U L Name Street City..... State. Ph. Di If you are not · Citizen subscriber, and wish to subscribe, please put'an X in this square. Delivery will start-Ibis week. Movie Schedule : CLIP PUZZLE ALONG DOTTED LINE CLUES ACROSS : 1. A riding inslmctor is likely lo tell ; a-novice to hold'the reins --. · 5. Attachment to a pocket. : 8. Will weaken with age. ; 9. Firichtig door to private loom '· open, it's especially typical of an : 'inquisitive,; museum .visitor to -- · about seeing what's inside. · 10. IF, in his first year as president, j old firm reali/es -- for first time · in years, man may wonder if he's : to blame. · 13. Possessor of -- goblets of old ! Spanish gold would surely have · , them insured. ; 16. Part of a plant. · 17. Since it corf « lot of money, you'd \ be mad if something so valuable ; were stolen. ' 21. If a weight-reducing course seemb too --, few of the enrollers will complete it. 22. Measure. i 23. Two religious old ladies talking about one might change the sub- ; ject if a stranger comes near. ; APACHE "Un Nuevo Modo de Amor" -- 7:07, 10:3V; "Alma Grande tn tl Dtsl«rto" -9:04. 1UENA VISTA 1 "Tin Poseidon Adventurt" (PG) -- 7:30,»:«. 1UENA VISTA 1 "Jeremiah Johnson" (PG) -- 4,1,10. CACTUS "Dirty Little Blllv" (R) --7:07, 11:01; "The Burglars" (PG) -- »:03. CATALINA , "Travels With My Aunt" (PG) - 7:35, ' CINEAITECA "Nalacha" -- 4:30, 11; "Slmplementt Maria";--8:45. . CINE PLAZA "Tramaa Para Un Cadaver" -- J:|W; "Muleres, Muieres, Muieres" -- 7. CINEWORLD* CINEMAS Thealerl: "Deliverance" (R) --8:35; "McCabe and Mrs.'Miller" (R) -- 6:30,' 10:24. Theater 2: "Grimm's Fairy Tales For Adults" (X) - 8:15, ll:ll; 7 'Th« Seduc- tlon of Insa" (X) -- «:35,9:41. Theater 3: "Slaughterhouse Five" (R) -- 8:44; "AAlnrile and Moskowltz" (PG) -- Theater 4: "Innocent .' Bystanders" (PG) -- 8:53; "Bad ComMny" (PG) -7:10,10:44. . , . . - · EL DORADO "Youno Winston" (PG) -- 8. · . ' ,'FOX' ' "The Sensuous teenaoer" (X) -- 12:4J, 3:50, 7, 10:05; "Lovt Under 17" (X) -2:15,5:25,8:30. . . . . . . JERRY LEWIS "Pete W Tillle" (PG) -- 7:30, 9:30. . MIDWAY "Avanti" (R) --7:07,11:39; "Th« Hospital" (PG)--9:50. . ,,. MIRACLE ''Innocent Bystanders" (PG) -- "Bad Company" (PG).-- gales.ooen at 6:30.- NEW LOFT "La Salamandre" (R) -- 7,9:20. PRINCE "Deliverance" (R) -- 7:07, 'n:l»; "MccaOt and Mrs. Miller" (R) --»:'?· RODEO r , . ' . - , ' "Th* New Centurions" (R) 'r- '7:07, 10:53; "There's A Girl In My Soup" (R) -- 9:13. SHOWCASE CINEMA 1 "Sounder" (G) --7:15, »:25. SHOWCASE CINEMA 1 "Fellinl's Roma" (R) --7:35, »:5S. MHD STREET "Sword In the Stone" (G) -- t:30, »:30; "Nlkki" (G) --8,10:45. The rating guide below Is used In reference to the code symbols used In Tucson theater advertisements. It Is In conformity with the Motion Picture Code of Self-Regulation. Ratings apply to piduitl released after November 1,19M. G -- General Audiences. NR -- Not Rated. PG -- Parental Guidance Suggested. R -- Restricted (those under 17 not admitted unless accompanied by parent or adult guardian). X -- Persons under 17 not admitted. SALE! SALE! SALE! M ChiMbtn 9raH* ··"!· w/S*H-CI«m Ow 8 . $538.48. ..... . .............. .......I ............. ..... .Sal* '360" 250 2 Only SMttMHM llMkrtMMtcf let Miktn t Reg. $399.95.: .......................... ..... ....... . ....... Salt 3 Only Chwibtn Dtiuxi Cwk Ttii with ThtrwiiUt Ccntrtlltd frMit IMTMT and Lift up flilftrn . ^ ^ _.| Keg. $149.95 ........ 1 ......... . ......... .... ................ Sole I 15 1 Lit Misc. Wall tut last Cibinits Viritut Silt* TO- ALL MUST GO!!!! 3533 E. Grant Road 795-2270 Since 1948 Arizona's Foremost Kitchen Designers READ AND FOLLOW CONTEST RULES 1 ----Solv* tht duel at you would any crossword, puzzl*. Fill in all blanks clearly. I". p-- ** ^^ ^TM ^TM- ^^ ^^ "TM ^** ^^ ^" ^TM ^TM ^TM ^TM ^^ ^TM .^TM ^""* **^ "·**·"* ··* a*» ·"·* 2-- Clip puzzle along line grid deposit in barrel at Tucson · Daily Citizen lobby, 208 N. Ston« Avt. New. poitoffiee regulations. FORBID posting puzzle.on postcards. It how is permiuible to insert puzzles in an'envelope (you may in- Mrt more than on* per envelope) with correct 1 it-class postage. Mail entries to: Citizen Charlie, TUCSON DAILY- CITIZEN P.O. Box 5027, Tucson, Arizona 85703^ ; CLUES DOWN: : 2. Mirror. : · 3: Explaining his method of putting, : golfer. might say he always -- the j ball. ' . · : : ^.Trees. · '; ; ; ., . ..: 6. Grandma might complain, about '. the freedom granted -to the young.; -- of today. . - ·: 3_ All entries whether mailed or delivered MUST BE AT THE CltlZEN BY 9 a.m. this Thursday. Puzzles received later ' will not b* judged. 4--Cosh prize^of $475 will be paid for correct solution. If more than one' correct solution is received, prize will be 1 equally divided between the winners. If no correct solution is received, $25 prize money .will be added to next week's oword. * " 3-- There's only one correct solution and only, a correct solution eon win. There is one answer that in the opinion of the judges is. the best word fitting the definition of each clue. Decision of .the judge* i* final and contestants agree to-accept these decisions as a condition of entry. 6---Anyone may enter; except employees of the'Citizen or Tucson Newspaper! Inc. and members of-their familiei. Submit as many entries as you wish on puzzles clipped from the Citizen of on. original exact size facsimile drawn by hand! FACSIMILES-, REPRODUCED IN PART OR WHOLE'BY ANY MECHANICAL PROCESS ARE NOT ELI-' G|ILE FOR PRIZES.. Carbon copy facsimiles or puzzles drawn on graph paper are not eligible. 7-- Correct solution of the puzzle .and names of winners if any will be published in. the Citizen this Saturday. ALL ENTRIES MUST BE! IN BY 9 A.M. THURSDAY Look for Puzzle Solution and ' 'Winner 4 ! Name in Saturday's Citiuen_ seem to,, have, a different ; character by night. ' 1 8. It's naturally somewhat overdoing : ·it :to. think a -- should always be; spotlessly clean. . ; .11. Plate. . ] 12. If you say you can't -- -women for ; their duplicity, you may be taken · for a misogynist. ; 14. If someone asked you if. -- were ; an island, you may well think him ·: very'ignorant. ; '.15. In a fairy tale; it's not uncommon · for: a witch's -- to have magical; properties.' ' '. : 18. Man who's lived abroad for years '· might say that there are -- dishes ; that he misses badly. : 19. Little girl playing with her dell '. will be particularly sad to discover ; -a *~ i$ damaged. : 20. Snakes. ! OVER 20 Y E A R S OF SERVING Carrier TUCSON Heating Cooling GLOVER MILLER CALL APOLLO FOR CARPETS '95-0100 W A U TO WALL CARPET 99 SAVE T050% ON REMNANTS! DINETTE SETS S38.88 TO $99:99 MASTER I CHARGE OR EASY CREDIT HANS .CUSTOM QUILTtD SOfA I49 FREE IN HOME DESIGN SERVICE MODEL HOME FURNITURE ClOSEOUT! LEVEL LOOP ICMMERCML CARPETS ALEX-SMITH WALTERS ARMSTRONG PLUSHY SHAGGY CARPET SHAC CARPfT S 99 so. YD. INSTALLED APOLLO CARPETS 4810E. 22nd St. THE * * ^ \ . f -..?"' * -s-".ARIZONA INFORMAL COURSES for ADULTS BEGIN TONIGHT No late registration fee CONTINUING EDUCATION Forty-nine extraordinary, non-credit courses in diverse fields are being presented to Tucson residents. These evening classes are open to all, regardless of educational background. C.ur«t, Ft*, Room Cours., Room MeKican Culture, $25, Anthropology 219 Southwest Indians, S25, Anthropology 219 Basic Drawing, $30, Art 303 Figure Drawing, $37.50, Art 303 Papier Mache, $25, Economics 305 Pre-School Child, $25, DA Pre-School Lab Data Processing, $25, Computer Center 321 Job Methods Improvement, $20, Economics 309 Management Problems and Decision Making, $25, Economics 408 Motivation Techniques for Management, $30, Economics 305 Supervisory Development, $20, Anthropology 221 Effective Speaking, $20, Economics 306 Chess, $25, Science Library 101 Wine Appreciation, $25, Psychology 209 Home Gardening, $25 Mod. Languages 304 Handwriting Analysis, $35, Mod. Languages 303 China Today, $25, Mod. Languages 502 Arizona History, $25, Ariz. Historical Society Auditorium Interior Decorating, $25, Husband Wife: $35, Business and Public Administration 409 Fundamentals of Investing, $25, Husband i Wife: Civil Engineering 103 ' Real Estate Investing, $25, Psychology 207 Landscape Architecture, filled French IX,-$30, Mod. Languages 306 French 2X, $30, Moil, languages 306 Italian IX, $30, Mod. languages 506 $35 Serbo-Croatian IX, $30, Psychology 309 Serbo-Croatian 2X, $30, Psychology 309 Spanish IX, $32, Lecture 1: Mod. Languages 506 Lecture 2: Mod. Languages 405 - Lecture 3: Mod. Languages 405 Spanish 2X, $32, Lecture 1: Mod. Languages 503 Lecture 2: Mod. Languages 503 Spanish 3X, $32, Psychology 204 Spanish 4X, $32, Psychology 204 Objective Purchasing, $40, Psychology 207 The Guitar, $30, Music 106 Advanced Guitar, $30, Music 106 , Games Patients and Nurses Play, $25, College of Nursing, 105 Nursing Care and Human Sexuality, $20, College of Nursing, 105 · ..; Basic Human Anatomy i Physiology, $25, Psych. 409 Medical Terminology, $30, Psych.. 308 Photography, $30, Mod. Languages 210 Body Dynamics for Women, $16, Women's 'Gym, Room 129 and Room 16 Practical Mechanics, $30, Civil Engineering 103 Human Potential Techniques, $40, Pima College, Room G215 Reading Improvement, $30, Anthropology 221 Filing Procedures, $20, Economics 408 Refresher Typing, $30, Economics 407 Tourism in Arizona, $25, Psych. 209 Creative Writing, $30, Psych. 408 Music Appreciation, $25, Music 35 REGISTRATION Y« f»»y refill* tn «w firtt *"|M tf elm, Prtnt uH the CMtinmic Huettiw «ffic» (*r rfjyt *nd times of offerings. 884-2474 tor forth* ir Information picas* call «r write C*rf*t F*Kx, Director of Adult Education, 103 Administration, th* University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona S5721. SALE; .. ; : ;: HENREDON UPHOLSTERED FURNITURE c A ^71? ofW On. All Floor stock AND special orders bAV.b ZU/o O f HENREDON iipholstered furniture All other, upholstered furniture in stock is marked down during this special sale. 3305 NORTH FREEWAY (INTERSTATE 10 -- South Bound Read) 623-5728 ONE-HALF MILE SOUTH OF PRINCE ROAD ON THE FREEWAY SERVICE ROAD ANGELES To Los Angeles--Just $37. We offer the only low Economy fare. Call y o u r travel agent or C o n t i n e n t a l Airlines at 624-2711. To Hawaii-Just $139,09. On Continental's low Economy fare. Call y o u r travel agent or Continental A i r l i n e s at 624-2711. CONTINENTAL AIRLINES T H E P R O U D B I R D WITH T H E G O L D E N T A I L

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