Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 19, 1975 · Page 24
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 24

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WEDNESDAY L FEBRUARY 19,1975 yni* Stars i»w «vnvjcv r\iu,inn ' ' r^ TUCSON DAILY C I T I Z E N PAGE25r ·and concert New opera leader Another television station approved for Phoenix Sunday at UA . ' ' ,J SAGITTARIUS (N*v.l*O*C. 111! . You are seeing through prism.' M«»ns the Images may not,be,sharp,,dear. Accent, is on making v reality -out of dreams. Partnerships, speclaLrelatlon- ,shlps are .emphasized . Otder' person who rar»c ffur. unj, m*. ' - - · SE^SSS?- S§|~g^ (Mtrc* 11-AerH i»): s ,, If you Insls that ths "old way" Is the best, V«i could be throwing oood money after "the old" Means revise ideas, plans. Relative Is sincere but misses malpr point. Do you own checking Get ready tor cold plunge Into future , ~ k TAURUS (April »MayM): Take added steos to preserve and protect assets. Someone wants something tor nothing -- and you could be a prime target. Know it and respond accordingly Som.e of your hopes, wishes wll| have to be revised. It Is necessary to streamline procedures. . ,. ' GEMINI (May 21-June 20): -.Partner or mate, may be asklno for something that doesn't exist. Open dialogue.'Share knowledge and emotions Aquarian .could figure prominently. Your'intuitive Intellect Is on target Legal loophole should be closed. Scrutinize documents. ,' -· -CANCER {June 21-July 27): _ Shake oft lethargy. Socialize. Accept Invitations. Get correspondence going -be "In touch'- with friend at a distance .Come, out of shadows. Start laughing again -- especially at your own foibles. More people are oh your, side than might be Imagined. ' . LEO (July 21-Aug. 22): , Emotions dominate -- you tend to be aggressive now and extravagarit.-You'll be dealing with Leo, Aquarius and Scorpio persons. You'could be Involved In flirtation. Don't alve up something of value for temporary-"thrill." VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22): Be prepared for change, travel, variety, a more meaningful relationship. Refuse -to, be Intimidated by one who spreads gossip. Stand tall and those in · authority will stand by you. Know It.and act like you are aware of II. Message will be clarified! V LIBRA (Sept: 23-Oct. 22): One close to VOLT needs reassurance. This may be:due to proposed iourney. .Domestic situation requires 'attention. Give It In loving way. What appears to be a disagreement Is merely a temporary emotional storm. ' SCORPIO (Oct. 2Nov. 21): You see fine line and read fine print. You become more knowledgeable. You begin to specialize and gain respect for II. Pisces, Virgo could be Involved. Costs are In picture. You learn what voj must aiye up to obtain what Is desired. losing prooosltlon. Means exerj ores sure to change lifestyle. Arl«s, Libra could (ioure prominently. Health, sleep, diet -- these areas are spotlighted because of some concern, You are going to receive fetter of appreciation. AQUARIUS (Jan. »F*to. II): { 'You could fall madly In -- or out-- of love. Nothing seems now to occur. In moderation. What happens Is Intense-a)l or nothing. Specifically, a dream world seems to become solid You get chance fo prove Intentions -- to others and to yourself. · PISCES (Feb. W-March JO): Whether or not you like It, practicality will be a necessity. Means puzzle pieces fall Into place. What Is "extra" wl|l be discarded. You know Instinctively what should be done. Key Is to do It. Ifi you procrastinate, you pay a dear price, v O 0 0 · IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you are sensitive, moody, sexy. You will experience one of your most slanlflcant years, with September an outstanding month. If single, you marry. If married, .there could,be; an addition lo tamllv. Married : or single, you assume added .responsibility and could go Into business for yourself, ~ Copyright 1975 Jack Ford pushed Dad BOISE, Idaho (AP) -- Jack Ford, son of President' Ford, says he gave his father a lot of help in. the President's deci- [ sipn to grant amnesty to Vietnam war protestors and draft evaders. "I'pushed very, very hard for it," he said. '· 3 The University? of 'Arizona tfind Ensemble will make its first public appearance Sunday as part of y a free Symphonic Band concert in the University Auditprium. , - Both groups will be conducted by Jack Lee in a 3 p.m performance. The Wind Ensemble is essentially a mmiband,' composed of one instrument from each section except the .clarinet, which will have; two instrumentalists. The Wind Ensemble will be 'heard in Joseph Willcox Jenkin's "American Overture For Band," Francisco Cavez's -' 4 Tamboo" and W. Frances McBeth's "Masque." j ~ The fall Symphonic Band of 80 musicians will perform works by Gershwin, Tchaikovsky, Nicolai, Husa, Fucci, Chance and Rogers. Included is the finale to Tchaikovsky's -Symphony No. 4, selections from Gershwin's "Porgy and ·Bess" and the overture to · Nicolai's "Merry Wives of Windsor." . DALLAS (AP)/---Nicola Rescigno has been named general director of the Dallas Civic Opera. , Rescigno, who has been artistic director^of the company since it began in 1957, will replace founder Lawrence Kelly, who died in September. PHOENIX (UPI) -- The Federal Communications Commission has granted a construction permit for a new commercial television station inPhoeniX; Edwin 'Cooperstein, president of New Television Corp., said the station will operate on Channel 15 with a maxi- mum effective radiated power of nearly 500,000 watts. "We expect to begin broadcasting within eight to 12 months," he said. Stockings Pantyhose always in stock / FASHIONS 1919 E. 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