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REPUBLIC REPUBLIC " MAIL 10 ine Arizona Republic Phoenix, Fit, Dec. SO, 1960 8f. Arizona liigiiways Tells Of Desert In The Spring j FORCES SALE lit iaer!fi 4.L!. DD a kin kirvi Cash Found In Accused Man's Car By RALPH MAHONEY FBI agents in Las Veeas found fj-roon, flfoup of QUALITY Desert in the soring forms the the story of the Orpheus Club of Phoenix, one of the nation's out- theme of the January issue of jurniTur., consisting of 2-bb. IROVINCIAL Jiving room .at With matehinn .Apt-- standing choral groups. Arizona Highways, just released to subscribers and newsstands It is told by Joseph Stacey, -Mbit, 2 stop tablet, 2 decoder lamps, family tize dining 'joom tot, 2 bedroom teti with throughout the nation and in many Phoenix writer. parts of the world. It describes, among other things, pugo multMrewer dresser & mirror, 2 nita tands. 4 potter fed & twin bedroom tet. Orig. IBs I eat JUS will ecu A color insert of eisht races the club's triumphal tour of Eu $2,975 in the car of accused bank robber Patrick Benjamin Paddock, 34, the day they arrested him in the Nevada city, court testimony rope in 1958, in which the singers .V OR 0f nV Prt for and four color cover pages are devoted to panoramic spring scenes in the desert as well as uick te e. Will tc earned ovations from many n. Delivers. ' reveaiea yesterday. The bis. baldine Tucson busl. to closeuo studies of some nf Ari zona's colorful cactus blooms. UI9UUMNT FURN. ness man and ex-convict is beine Other features include a story V09 E. Indian Cl.l DJ tried before visiting Federal Judge! Another feature in the issue of on bass fishing in Arizona, a de Feirson M. Hall in Phoenix district I the state-published pictorial and scriptive story of Norton Creek court. i Classified Ads Get Results tourist promotion magazine, tells near Phoenix WILLIAM R. Swope. Las Veeas FBI agent, told the court he found the money in several packages in the trunk of Padock's 1960 Pontine two-door sedan, last July 28. The IaiI It, J?, A ' M"k u " money had no identifying bank wrappers, he added. L Paddock is charged in the cur "If you don't want to wash 'em, throw them out!' rent trial with robbing the Valley National Bank's E. McDowell ; branch of $4,620 last Julv 26 Hei also faces charges of two other valley Bank branch holdups. j Swope said he also found in the 1 JJofA Fund At 43,557 -Inventory Sale ! ! nwnio car's glove compartment a 38 caliber snub-nosed revolver, fully! loaded, a oartlv filled box of 38; caliber ammunition, a blackjack, TUCSON-A record $43,557 has been collected for the University ana an empty revolver holster, i CLOSE OUT ON ALL 1960 MODELS jof Arizona's alumni fund, it was JOHN T. REILLY Jr.. one of six1 announced yesterday. FBI agents staked out near an in The amount is more than twice FRIDAY and SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. tersection m Las Vegas when Paddock was spotted, said the suspect as much as the previous hich of tried to run him down in his car. : Reilly shot pointblank through: $21,328 gathered when the drive first was held four years ago. Last year $15,930 was given to the fund. the windshield, and the slug1 landed in the back of the car. ! SERVICE ALL MAKES The current year-lone cam LOOK! New Hoses. Fri. & Sat. Only SAK Tr ea "It was a harrowing exper LOOK-LOOK LOOK! Fri. & Sat. Only FREE Belts with Each Service CANISTERS UPRIGHTS POLISHERS WASHERS PIXIES SHAMPOO POLISHERS ience," said Reilly. He said he paign also set a new record for the number of contributors 2,430. aimed straight at Paddock "to $495 The old high of 1,2(38 came last save my own life." Only. year. Paddock stopped the car a foot All Models Priced To Sell So Low The alumni fund is used for research, scholarships, and general campus purposes, according to in front of him, according to Reilly, "so fast that it (the car) was rocking." Don't Miss This The Hoover Co. Won't Allow Us To Martin H. . Baldwin of Tucson. Reilly said Paddock related to chairman of the 1959-60 drive. FOR A LIMITED TIME ONLY! him after the suspect had been taken into custody that he f Pad M mUk m ) Tremendous FORMER ENVOY HONORED dock) had heard there was 4.700 . taken in a bank robbery. LISBON (AP) - Foreign Mini VI !: ster Marcello Mathias vesterdav "I ONLY GOT $3,600." Paddock Advertise The Price Best for Carpets Famous Agitation Beats as it Sweeps as it . Cleans 'decorated former U.S. Ambassa is reported to have told the FBI ti 1 --j-w. ...... ""'v. iwiu u iv I IJ k ; dor Lincoln MacVeagh, 70, with agent. Later, Paddock denied he Sale! Walks on Air 1 HP Motor the insignia of the Grand Cross of had said anything about the bank robbery, according to Reilly. the Order of Christ, Paddock told Reilly he had re ceived $8,000 from the sale of his Tucson home. This was repudiated VACUUM C. ; by Henry E. Wilde, escrow officer $300 BEDROOM SET with i I 19 mattress and box, slightly damaged. Can be had for $98.50. No monay down and $6 a month. DISCOUNT FURN. 909 E. Indian School Rd. for Multifile Fsrrnw Sorvim Ioi4 N. 7TH STREET Tucson, who produced evidence to WE TAKE TRADES AM 5-9175 ll" ' " " P " ' i "i "Ti T" i i i i i Ti i i i j--,-- ttttiT:": l'r show that the Paddock home sold for $1,535.88, and that the check was dated one week after the Phoenix bank holdup. IKM :.- . ' ..... feiS lsS I Once during the questioning of Reilly, Paddock blurted out: "John, let me ask you a question! " He immediately apologized to the court for his action, after Judge Hall pointed out that the defendant had counsel who would ask the questions. I 1 1 ii i uu niir u - ri fVj " (4L ; JUDGE HALL indicated that he would extend court hours in an effort to get the case to the jury by tonight. "I know some of you must have other plans for New Year's Eve," he said. Q) o Club Names Officer Slate Dan L. Finch, constructinn firm f mm1 U president, was elected nresidrnf of. the Phoenix Exchange CJui yesterday. pkllJimnj VARRV-UVEK iviEKwnAraiiE! ? - Cm Stock Up Now And Save 0n Christmas Items You'll f : Use And Enjoy Next Year. Low Prices! Quality Items! H 1 v Real Values! The new pres ident served as vice president and nroaram chairman for the last six months. Wfift Wrappings He lives at 3607 E. Campbell. New vice pre- ident of the club is Dr. John F. Finch Prince, educa tor. Re-elected secretary and treasur er respectively were Leroy J. urenneman and Freeman Stone. KHH MIS New members of the board of control are J. . Frank Baker. ! George Daniel i and James MtoKeiy. m ? fi All Doll$3.98 & Up H &ts. . Perfume Sets, ToiletWsLs, : Fnr TrAhle. anil Haima --rl Two Children Killed In Cave-In Of Hole ORANGE CITY. Fla. (UPD - COME EARLY FOR BEST SELECTIONS! The walls of a hole two children were digging to make a cave col-i lapsed yesterday killing both lyoungsters. Joseph Jeremv. 11. and his NO REFUNDS! NO EXCHANGES 1 NONE SOLD TO DEALERS! Bring Father, Brother, Uncle or Friend and Share these Bargains! sister. Wendv, 6, children of Mr. land Mrs. Charles Jeremy, of Orange City, were dead on ar cilty Of AII AA tmmm usk a In- rival at a hospital in ueland. It!r4 Sibjsct To ALTERATIONS STILL FREE! DENTURES Eeth Store's larry-Over Stock 12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS IN ARIZONA O.P.O. CORNER CENTRAL at ADAMS Open 8:30 to 6:00 ONE DAY SERVICE Gas Extractions or Nerve Block Dr. Joe M. Reovley Dr. Merrall G. Wheelock Fox Theatre Bldej. 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