Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 4, 1969 · Page 41
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 41

Phoenix, Arizona
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Friday, April 4, 1969
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H; Today's Crossword Puzzle ACROSS 1 Counterfeit 5 Dance of the '60$ 10 Where » tiara Sits 14 Folk dance of Israel 15 Expedition 16 Unit of area 17 "The Virginian" . author: . 2 words W Dance 20 Participate in a drama 21 Comments 23 Requested information 25 opposite of: „ Prefix 26 Musical symbols 29 Justification of one's act! 34 Petroleum company stock: Informal 35 Miss Lanchester 37 Messrs. Younq and Ladd' 38 Greek letter 39 Post 41 Music: Abbr, 42Mea !: My fault 44 Agreeably sharp in taste 45 Horned one: Suffix MSwMiffiinci „ pool pest 41 Beret with „ obstacles 50 Article 51 PMibina . Item 53 Kind of Ascription 57 ' r Ask the fian who . Yesterday^Puttie Salved; sflfp •ULim-JU CJHtin EEC •VJUUUt] UIJUKBCG 2 words 61 Formed 62 Lender's concern 64 Aqueduct of Sylvius, for one 65 American in Paris, e.g. tt Verne character 47 In comparison with 41 Typesetters: Colloq. •9 Pigeon •»-• DOWN 1 Business place 2 Mournful cry 3 Neighborhood JJU UUUOU RUUUL anaa nrjaou RODE jaaau nmnnn GOO — nan ntiEinnciDO ua anno BDQDIDO flff H ft 31 called....": 2 words 5 Burly 6 Barren place 7 Ending used with royal and social 8 Ending used with mob and mon 9 Shipworm 10 Umbrella's relative 11 Member of Hole-In-One Club 12 Journey 13 Pish 18 Insect 22 City of Italy 24 Cowardly person 26 Optician's product: Informal 27 Excited: Dial.: 2 words 28 In any way: 2 words 30 Duo 31 More courageous 32 Entomb 33 Kind of test 4/4/69 36 After the appointed time 39 Sandra's nickname 40 Certain Eastern Canadians 43 Dressmaker's necessity 45 "Advise. and " 47 Music lover of recent years 49 Forewarning 52 Log rolling contest: Colloq. 53 Exhale 54 Forerunner to a sidewalk 55 Inspiration 56 "-- Toledo!" 58 Mountain: Comb, form 59 Denominate 60 Alleged force 63 Impertinence Soldier found dead in hotel NOGALES - Alphonse Pal- giano, 18, a soldier stationed at Ft. Huachuca, was found dead Monday in a bedroom at the Alhambra Hotel in Nogales, Sonora, it was reported Wednesday. Nogales authorities said the death had probably occurred 12 hours before the body was found. According to the death certificate, Falgiano died of an overdose of an unknown drug. Army officials said Falgiano, a native of New York City, was on leave from the base hospital, where he had been undergoing treatment for a blood condition. MA! Officials to trim Four Corners road plans Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah highway officials agreed here yesterday to scale down their plea for a $900 million federal road- building program hi the area where the four states join. The officials indicated they will prepare a $150 million road plan in the belief that Congress will be more receptive to funding it next year for the federal economic development area embracing the Four Comers region. A spokesman for the group said the planning procedure agreed upon was: Each state will prepare a $50 million road plan for its part of the region. Then the highway officials will meet again to put their separate projects in one package and boil it down to not more than $150 million. Finally, the package will be given to the four state governors, who are members of the Four Corners Regional Planning Commission, for transmittal to Congress. However, the highway officials of the four states yesterday did not abandon hope of an ultimate $900 million investment in Four Corners roads because of the tourism they could develop as an economic asset to the region. Of the four states, Colorado reportedly lags farthest behind in utilizing a $36,000 federal grant given to each state for Four Corners road planning. OEO will continue free Navajo legal aid NOGALES (AP)-The Nogales City Council will meet next Tuesday to decide a winner in a race for one of the council's seats. Incumbent Albert Manuel and challenger Lee Rodriguez tied at 373 votes each in Tuesday's election. City ordinances say the two may draw straws to determine a OCS TEST PLANNED Army Officer Candidate School testing for college seniors will be held at Fleming Hall at Grand Canyon College from 3 to 5 p.m. April 15. winner. Rodriguez said he was willing to draw straws, run a foot race or any other method chosen by the council to determine the winner. Mayor Arthur Doan, running unopposed, was re-elected. brqant MS AIR CONDITIONING COOLS FOR IKS/ CALL NOW tor FREE HOMI SURVEY CLIMATI CONTROL, 27MS01 '•••' ; .. ; '>~L'J O(j The Arizona Republic 23 jfMeryoit JL'mner SCMUBACH •famous fo . r Diamonds" JEWELERS Inside the Mall at Tower Use ice rink-theater entrance 3833 East Thomas • Phone 267-0900 Independents to pick Tucson candidates TUCSON (AP) — The state day he will call a meeting chairman of the American In- this month to try to select dependent Party said yester- candidates for upcoming Tucson council elections. U.S. ENVOY IN BANGKOK BANGKOK (UPI) - Marshall Green, designate U.S. assistant secretary of state for far eastern affairs, left for Rangoon yesterday. Clifford Thoumallo, of Tucson, said the meeting would include party members from Pima County. 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