James Tobin Sunday closing
Sunday Closing Leader Stresses Research Needs CHICAGO (UPI) - The chairman chairman of the Retailers for Sunday Closing Committee said today he would ask tax researchers to determine determine what a seven-day trade area servicing would cost taxpayers. taxpayers. James Tobin, president of Wieboldt Wieboldt Stores, said unless the legislature legislature provides one uniform day of rest and recreation, "All major major retailing will be forced by competition to join in seven full days of searching loudly and insistently insistently for the almighty dollar." "It stands to reason," Tobin said, "that these wild and woolly Sundays necessitate added police and fire protection, added sanitation sanitation costs, a bigger burden on our transportation systems and their employes and other municipal services."