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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - March 23, 1967, Tucson, Arizona THURSDAY, MARCH 23, !967 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN COMPLACENCY RAPPED PAGE If Interior Decorators Urged To Attain Professionalism By MARY BROWN Citizen Homes Editor A warning against becoming complacent was sounded last night at the first anniversary dinner of Arizona South chapter of the American Institute of In- terior Designers at the Old Pueblo Club. Speaker was Mrs. Vesta V'Soske of the V'Soske Carpet Co. of New York. Interior designers all over the country must continue in the struggle for professionalism, she said. "We should have the same criteria that architects, doctors and other professional men and women have. We can't rest on our laurels until we have gotten somewhere in the legal aspect. The interior design profession must be licensed just as other professions are. yourselves felt in the marts of trade as a profession and a very important she suggested. Mrs. V'Soske's 36-year-old firm started with an idea on the part of her brother-in-law, Sta- nislaus V'Soske, and has grown to a business with plants in Puerto Rico, the south of Ire- land and New York City. The firm designs custom- made nigs and carpets to order from interior designers through- out the country. Also on hand to celebrate the first anniversary of the chap- ter's organization was Mrs. Modesta. Comeford of Albu- querque, national vice president of the American Institute of In- terior Designers. Sandy Rosenthal was named president of Arizona South chapter; James Goebel, vice president; Mrs. Doris Thomas, secretary, and Mrs. Dorothy Walker, treasurer. Leionne Salter, retiring presi- dent, takes over as chairman of the board. Other board mem- Sandy Roseutlial bers include Fred Harvey, Ray Salzman Jr., George Goebel and Tom White. CROSSWORD PUZZLE ACROSS 44 1 Wins at a card 46 game. 48 5 49 9 Arrangements. 11 Disgusted vrith: 51 2 -words. 52 13___ for 54 56 3 words. 57 Misbehaved: 60 2 words. 62 16 Labor group; 63 Initials. 64 17 Soda adjunct. 19 Florida county. 65 20 Novelists: Abbr. 22 Person usually 1 25 Golf group: Initials. 2 26 Ahead of an 3 opponent, in 4 sports: 2 words. 5 28 City in India. "6 29 Poetic contraction. 7 SO Norwegian, composer. 8 S2 Light trucks. Upland lake. 9 36 River of England. 10 37 Hi-fis. 40 43 Game: Fr. Quay. Cat sounds. ArrJTe: Abbr. Mores along the edge. El __. Vast sum. ___ belli. Pallid. Crowd around. Signs up. Seas. Form silica. Cartoon character. Fire: Prefix. DOWN Recover from: 2 words. Japanese name. Lumps. Footgear, Here: Lat. October: Abbr. Timetable, for short. Beverage: 2 words, Tata: 2 words. Runway. Made certain by taking action: 3 words. 12 Candies. 13 Italian man's name. 15 BartletU 18 Dripping wet. 21 Musical composition. 23 Noun endings. 24 Unearth: 2 27 Valued gems. 31 Atlic. 33 Exhaust: 2 words. 35 Inexperienced ones. 37 Group of related things. 38 Finds: 2 words. 39 concerns.' 41 Attracts: 2 words. 42 Substitute. 43 Door part. 45 And 'the for short. 47 Progeny. 50 Morning. S3 See 35 Down. 55 Put to the sword.. 58 Guy, good or bad, 59 George: Abbr. 61 Irregular: Abbr. Betty Button Sues Jazz Artist Candoli LOS ANGELES (UPI) _ Screen actress Betty Hutton, 46, las filed a divorce suit against her fourth'husband, jazz trum- >eter Pete Candoli, 44, accusing iim of inflicting "mental and foysical suffering." Last September, Miss Hutton was reported to have obtained a divorce from Candoli in Juarez, Mexico. In filing action asked the Superior Court here Wednesday, she reasonable support for icrself and the couple's daugh- er, Caroline, 4. Miss Hutton, who lives in nearby Sherman Oaks, present- y has custody of the girl. The. actress also petitioned he court to order Candoli, of Burbank, Calif., to pay commu- nity debts totaling more than The couple was married Dec 24, 1960, in Las Vegas, Nev., and separated last Aug. io. -World RlihU Bird. YESTERDAY'S ANSWER NOGALES BUS SERVICE leave TUCSON for NOGALES 11MS A.M. fc IMS, P.M. leave NOGALES for TUCSON 7J08, A.M. I-.15, P.M. Greyhound Terminal AN INVITATION TO GOOD EATUVG 801 W. MIRACU MIU m 97 "4-8261 GHOST BRANCH Restaurant FRIDAY AND WEDNESDAY SPECIAL FISH FRY 1 00 5 PM TO 9 PM Golden French Fries 3oVe Slaw, Tartar Sauce and Garlic 49c SUNDAY CHICKEN DINNER SPECIAL Baked or French Fried Potatoes, I Towed Salad, and Honey. TINY TOT 49c HASTY HOUSE 12QS.WILMOT Across From Fox Buena Visla 6A.M. TO )1 P.M. DAILY .OPfcN SUNDAYS', Wed. thru Sun. FIRST POST 8 plu5 Sun. matinee 2 P.M. Parl-Mutuel Wagering Admission 500 Clubhouse 50ft extra TUCSON PAR 'ih it SSth St. Reservations 624.2551 Scottsdale Teachers May Strike Vote Slated; Pupils Picket SCOTTSDALE (AP) The Scottsdale chapter of the Ari- zona Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO, will take a strike vote next week to see if teachers will walk out of their class- rooms. If the teachers strike, a school board spokesman said, the "board would go to its regular list of applicants and consider these people in case there are positions to be filled." This statement was given by Peter Boulay, the district's pub- lic relations officer, Wednes- day afer about 40 Coronado High School students picketed the school. The students carried placards, urging the board to increase the pay for teachers. Two police squad cars stood by, but the demonstration was orderly. School officials said there would be no action taken against the students because they returned to their classes on time. AFT members have no re- course but to take a 'last straw' strike vote, -said Larry Bell, local president. He said the board had refused to dis- cuss salary proposals and other matters with the union. Bell said the union represents about 40 per cent of the dis- trict's teachers. The board Tuesday night ap- proved a policy outlawing elections to appoint a sole bargaining agent for the teach- ers. The board at the same time took under consideration a sal- ary proposal made by the Scottsdale Education Associa- tion, a non-affiliated teachers' organization. If the teachers strike, the board had told them "they would be placing their jobs in Boulay said. GIs Convicted Of Rape-Slaying AN KHE, South Vietnam American soldiers were convicted Wednesday night in the rape-slaying of a Vietnamese girl they picked up while on a patrol in the Central Highlands. A pathologist testified the victim was raped repeatedly, stabbed three times and shot twice in the back of the head. The GIs found guilty in the killing all were members of the 1st Air Cavalry Division. The soldiers, all of whom received dishonorable dischar- ges, were: Staff Sgt. David E. Gervase, 20, (991 Main Erie, N.Y., 10 years imprison- ment at hard labor for rape and unpremeditated murder. Pvt. Steven D. Thomas, 21, (884 E. 37th St.) Brooklyn, N.Y. life imprisonment at hard labor for rape and premeditated murder. Pfc. Joseph C. Garcia, 20, Albuquerque, N.M., 15 years for rape. Pfc. Cipriano Schultz Garcia, 21, (737 Brunswick Blvd.) San Antonio, Tex., eight years for rape and unpremeditated mur- der. The four were tried separate- ly and convicted mainly on the evidence of Pfc. Robert Store- by, 22, of St. Paul Minn., a fifth member of the patrol who refused to become involved ,in the crime. The girl was killed last Nov. 18 and her body left in a hut. Storeby testified that Ger- vase, in briefing the 'Others prior to a five-day patrol, tolc them they would pick up a Suit Requests Overtime Pay Scholer Fuller Inc., a Tuc- son architectural firm, is being sued by the U.S. Department of Labor for in alleged over- time pay due two drafting em- ployes. The Labor Department claims in the federal court suit that the money is due Robert Kraly and Edwin Gaul for overtime work between May and August of last year. The overtime pay had been requested by the employes and refused by the firm, located at 2566 N. Campbell Ave., accord- ing to the complaint. It states that is owed Kraly and is due Gaul. Vietnamese girl. He said the others picked up the girl Nov. 17 and took her to an abandoned hut on the side of the hill. They took turns entering the hut, he testified. Storeby said he was ordered "to have intercourse with her before the five days was up" or he would find himself "killed in action." He later guided a search party to the hut where the girl's body was found, her hands tied behind her back, Army investi- gators said. STARTS TOMORROW EASTER DINNER Baked Ham Champagne Sauce.................. JL. DUCK Al' Orange............ STEAK Top Sirloin.......... O Sweet-Baked-Whipped Potato Our own Easter Cake Ice Cream or Sherbel Coffee or Tea. Children's..................'Lwless PLUS OUR REGULAR Menu Served 11 to 6 p.m. MANHATTAN or MARTINI...............60C t the imot Inn Hypnosis Topic For Local MD ,Dr. T.E.A. von Dedenroth will leave next week to deliver lec- tures on medical hypnosis in three eastern cities. His first appearance will be April 1 at the Pittsburgh School of Medicine under sponsorship of the Western Pennsylvania Society of Clinical Hypnosis. Then he leaves for Phila- delphia to present talks on hyp- nosis to the resident staff of Wills Eye Hospital and to the Ophthalmic Club. He will be in the city from April 2 through 6. His final stop will be Boston, where he serves as a member of the teaching faculty at the Boston City Hospital. He will present a basic course in hyp- nosis to physicians, dentists and psychologists. Dr. von Dedenroth, director of the Southwestern Clinic of Psy- chosomatic Medicine, is presi- dent of the Tucson Society of Clinical Hypnosis. He is a fellow of the national society. Homemade Lasagne Dinner for 2 Ml) let Xl 7 DAYS PER WEEK! Mama Mia! Eccolol OPEN 4 P.M. COCKTAILS 4866 E. SPEEDWAY Phon. 327-0222 ine JTAUAH 'POOD' .OH BOY 8 Entrees Ai including 10 oz. New York Cut Dancing Entertainment '8'til la.m. NOW APPEARING ESCOBAR Preview of Las Vegas Stardust Engagemenf No or mfnfmum We Serve Channel Catfish Daily SPECIAL FOR THURSDAY Channel CATFISH 5195 Relish Tray. Salad or Soup, Potato, Vegetable Homemade Rolls, Coffee or Tea ROUND UP Restaurant Lounge 1527 Benson Highway AMPLE PARKING IN REAR Open 24 Hours 1111 DANCING FRIDAY SATiiRnAV- FAMILY STYLE DINNER ft ft Now Feah; THE FABULOUS ft. INK SPOTS Call Now for Reservations MANNY'S Latin Quarter (Formerly Hoof'N Horn) Dining Room Open 5 P.M. 749 W. Miracle Mile Ph. 622-2603 ttesitle- it Wllmol Inn 33D S. WllfflOt Phone 296-7308 FRIDAY SPECIAL 75C 1145 N. ALVERNON Tuna Noodle Casserole Green Peas RoU or Muffin Coffee or Tea BROILED AUSTRALIAN LOBSTER TAIL Hours: to 2; to 8 EA 5-5116 THE NEW SKYROOM ANNOUNCES BANQUET FACILITIES AVAILABLE Privacy Ampfe Parking No Interruptions Overlooking Tucson MENUS TO FIT ANY BUDGET CALL MANAGER-624-6111 SERVED FROM 12 NOON to 9PM Menu Waldorf Salad Choice Of CORNISH GAME HEN or VRGWA BAKED HAM Vegetable Potatoes Hot Rolls Beverage French Pastry The BODY SHOP 2026 S. Craycroft TOPLESS A Go Go ALL GIRL REVUE 1 2 Noon to 1 A.M. featuring 2 95 Per Ptrion Children Under 12 Reservations Suggested Ph. 624-8341 t.W N. FREEWAY Fnjoy the Food with" Atmosphere Everyday in our Candlelight Lounge Miss COED of 1966 TOPLESS! 4-8P.M.Mon-Sat. Couples a Go Go Contest WIN A FABULOUS LAS VEGAS VACATION FOR TWO Including 3 exciting days at the Flamingo or Stardust Hotels or Cash Value ENTER YOUR SWEETY EVERY THURS. OR MON. NIGHT OPEN POOLTOUR NAMENT WED. NIGHTS CRAZY DAY EVERY MONDAY NIGHT TURTLES CLUB RENDEZVOUS EVERY TUES. NIGHT JOM NOW 25' DONATION FEE (to Crippted ChWren) I S2.95 Friday Sea Food Buffet Jamboree 2.95 SERVING 6 P.M. TO 9 P.M. STEAMING CLAWI BISQUE III) Assorted Gelatin. Fruit Veg. Salads, Garden Green Salad HERRING SOUR CREAM Lox Cream Freeway ICED SUAYMAS SHRIMP BOWL Red tn Wine Cakes a la Maryland tonRrcss WHOLE BAKED PLANKED SEA TROUT Afeska King Crab food Au Brown French Fried Potatoes ROLLS BUTTER BEVERAGE CREME DE MINT PARFAIT RESERVATIONS APPRECIATED 4-8151 Caruso's Last night! "NIGHT WOMEN" 5O4 B8T O t> C "OME OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST! THE DtNO DE LAURENTIIS ThEBIH in D-I.X) iv U Tickets Also on Sale at Sears CATALINA THEATRE 2320 NORTH CAMPBELL AVE SEATS AVAILABLE Phone Reservations Accepted CAU 326-4039 IRAGLE tOOWCIinn A23-itll 'Michael Caine Nominated For An Academy Award for AHie Box-Offke Opens PJW. "LAGRIMAS DE AMOR" In Lovely Color Irma "EL AMOR LLEGO A JALISCO" What they do tog ether is a crime! SHIRLEY MacLfllNE MICHAEL CAINE GRMBIT TECHNtCOLORe KiKAN -.ALAIN MARTIN DELON JOEY BISHOP UEXAS ACROSS SKY CHEF1! We make an occa- sion out of Easter Dinner! Beautiful floral decorations. A full-size "Easter Bunny" to greet the family with special surprises for youngsters. Special "Easter Bonnets" created and worn by many of our host- esses. Special, festive Easter menu. It's more than Easter dinner...it's an Easter tradition. Join us! COMPLETE DINNER (SERVED ALL DAY) FROM (Children's Portions Less) TUCSON INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FREE! Children's Menu Is printed on "Rabbit a souvenir they can keep! TONIGHT AT THE MIDWAY DRIVE-IN THEATRE..... KFIF MIDNIGHT SCAVENGER HUNT.... FREE PRIZES.... CASH RECORDS PASSES COKES POPCORN LIVE MUSIC BY THE "LATE SUMMER DREAMERS" LISTEN TO RADIO STATION KFIF FOR ALL THE DETAILS! 4500 EAST SPEEDWAY 3260111 1 st Tucson Showing Doctor, you've got to be kidding! Plus Natalie Wood 22nd ST. 1st Tucson Showing melro-goldwYn-mayef promt "penelope" hPanaviston' I beautiful tunk-robbirl i tuuitm rvmi Rus Howard Keel iriUMWTPKTIM Charlton Heston THECtTY THAT BECAME A TORCH! 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