Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 8, 1966 · Page 34
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 34

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, March 8, 1966
Page 34
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PACE 34 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY, MARCH I, It** Synchronized f"- * ,.* (Time Change Bill \ WASHINGTON--UPI--Tlie House commerce com iBtttee today approved a bill to put most of the country W daylight saving time this spring on April 24. : The bin would require any state or locality electing *· go on fast time in 1W« to start it the last Sunday in Afrt'"'mi «nd * fce last SUB- · idiJ'lB, October. I After thk ywr, the dates would «*: ft* tame, b«t each atate have to cboow between or standard time on a widespread option prac- Jk* ^Hereby parts of a state one tone standard and -. -, -| ' --, ..Jj.-,. -- ,-,1.1 ' :*,-·· ^Mfc {MKtS ' aOOOKT WOVM : D* ; pTO- Senate passed a similar SOT last year and chances appeared good for approval of the Bending legislation. ; The Senate - passed bill is jhe" same as the House meas- but would continue the local afterim ·'- · v, . House committee aban- a more extreme proposal to require the entire nation to adopt daylight time for the six- ^doolh perxxL. ,-. ,. , , ... I' Last year, H states began Jiajtligfat time the last Sunday in April, » more started it lat,%, and the remaining 14 stayed on standard time. Of those on fast time, only If observed i statewide. , In-adopting its bill, the committee .went along with pleas from transportation and industr for a measure moderate enougl to make passage likely. .·Ihe fight for more uniformity in summer time has been spear beaded'largely by representa lives of commerce, travel, com jmunications and by urban ·dwellers/ The main resistance has-come from rural dwellers .who argue that cows don' change their habits just because the clocks are changed. Examples of the resulting problems included a motoris ·wno'-tittwo evening rush hours in neighboring cities, a group of carriers that had to revise schedules 38'times, a building in St. Paul with two time standards, and a 35-mile bus ride with seven time changes. DUEL j^nine^Wiffi Test Sh^s^ he running for different offices, but; 1he 1966 Michigan election could turn essentially; into a ;eontest between ; Republican Ctov. George Romney and Democratic U.S. iSenate hopeful G. Mennen Williams, a former governor. / . ' ' . . . ··. .... · ; Each is regarded as bis party's best vote-getter. Thus each is supposed to try to sfriftd voting coattails for the other's opponent. ': Two events must take place before the clash materializes; -^Williams must win the "Democratic primary, possibly against a challenge from Detroit Mayor Jerome Cavanagh. S ^Romney must make the expected annduhcement that he's a Candidate for re-election, almost certainly unopposed. ;-"Williams quit the State Department for Michigan politics yesterday resigning as assistant , secretary of state for African affairs and declaring for the Senate. IvHe* refused to speculate on campaign strategy. :; . . · ' '-'Sit one of his top aides, said tfiere was no doubt he'd wind upf running agamst Romney in addition to his expected Repub- lican senate opponent, Rep. Robert Griffin, R-Mich, , . Romney already has indicated he'll pitch some of his campaign 'against the Democratic Senate candidate in an effort to help Griffin. Fiery Crash Kills Three By Associated Press A fiery collision in western Arizona has claimed three lives, boosting the state's pacesetting highway death toll to 122 for the year compared with 92 by this date last year. ^Two persons in a car involved in the collision with semi-trailer truck were burned beyond recognition and still .unidentified. Their car bore California license plates. The trucker, .also killed, was identified as Daryl Wheeler, .about 30, San Gabriel, .Calif. ,The truck carrying a well- drillihg'rig and the car collided 14'miles west of Salome on U.S. 60-70 late last night. ' SPRING SALE FUR SALON SPECIALS NATURAL MINK STOLES *299.up CAPES.. :...... '488.up JACKETS ,,.,, '788. up DYED SQUIRREL STOLES *149. up CAPES ~. *149.wp All furs labeled to show country of origin of imported furs. Furs purchased during thite * 11 ** stored free un Dee.31.lM6. Levy's Fur Salon, Street floor, El Con legUarto wii i RB'20I WUDMCf write yt*r DMk tf eHher rttrt wiMMT WiB fce M0- N* purduwe i ·ary. BOTH STORES OPEN WEDNESDAY 9A.M. TIL 9P.M Regularly 2.49 yd. 100% Daeron Prints 1.57 Spring Sal* Price yd. Crease-resistant Dacron polyester prints in new spring colors,. . . or flocks on white or darlc background. 45" wide. Washable, drip dry. Save! Re?. 99' yd. 100% Cotton Granny Prints Spring Sale Price 57 yd. New-fashion colors and designs to mix 'n match . . . great, for Spring shifts, .dresses, blouses.' 36" wide. Select your favorites and save! Special! Imported Scissors Shears 1.59 Spring Sale 1 Price Imported hollowground "keen-edge" ^ for kitchen, sewing, 1 beauty or household use .... . a style for almost every need. Levy's Fabric*--Lower Level, Downtown Second Floor, El Con Reg. 2.9 9 to 12.9 9 Swim Caps, Beach Bags Spring */ '.mm S. 72011 Discontinued patterns from a very famous maker! Countless styles and colors to choose from in plastic, rubber, straw or nylon. Now 1.49 to 6.49 Levy's Notions--Street Floor, BOTH Stores Regularly $ 5 to MO Fine Leather Gloves Spring Sale Price 3.97 P'- An outstanding collection at a low Spring Sale price! Imported Kids . . . some soft Cabrettas in shortie and 4-button lengths. Another group regularly 8.99 to 13.98 fine leather gloves, now 4.97. Levy's Accessories--Street Floor at BOTH Stores American Tourister Luggage- Series 8000 How Sale Priced! For women: Reg; 29.50 train CM* ... 29.95 Reg. 29.50 hat and shoe ,,. 20.8*5 Reg. 29.50 weekend .....20.95 Reg. 45.95 wardrobe : 29.95 Reg. 35,50 pullman 24.95 For men: · . . Reg. 29.50 companion .20.95 Reg. 44.25 two-*ufter i.......'........TM.-..... 32.95 Fiberglass reinforced construction, stainless steel closures. For women: blue only. For men; dusk or brown. Levy's Luggage--Street Floor at BOTH Stores TRA VAL SACS for Men and Women at Reduced Prices! Men's *eg. $8 Style, 6.95 Women's *eg. $10 sfyfe 8 So handy for travel ... in car, by air! And at these savings! Both styles waterproofed. Men's style holds up to 4 suits: women^s style holds up to 8 or 10 dresses. Color choice of dark brown or navy blue. Select now! Levy'* Luggage--Street Floor at BOTH Stores Save! Reg. 37.99 Northern Hardwood Crib by Lullabye Full 6-year size with double drop sides, adjustable spring: White, maple, or wax birch accented by nurs-. ery decal. Terrific saving! Reg. 15.99 Kant-Wet maffre«; 70-eoil 11.97 Reg. 20.99 chrome plated stroller .....,,....: 16.97 Reg. 19.99 4-drawer dressing table 1......16.97 Reg. 24.99 Port-a : Crib with mattress ,..19.97 Levy's Infants' Shop--third Floor, Downtown Second Floor, El Con i/2-Price Savings on Famous Montag Stationery and Notes Price Notes or stationery; decorated or plain styles in white, blue, pink, maize, green, lilac, grey or ivory. Reg. $1. 50 Reg. 1.59 large-size stationery; decorated sheets with matching envelopes ,. ....... ,,. ....... ... ........... ...............79 i Reg.$2 sheets or notes with envelopes .................... $1 Reg. $3 sheets or notes, matched envelopes ........ 1.50 Levy's Stationery-- Street Floor at BOTH Stores 8.99 to 12.99 yd. Values! UPHOLSTERY FABRICS 3.97 Yd. Savings of 50% or more on upholstery fabrics during our Annual -Spring Sale! Discontinued patterns . . . none may be reordered -- but what great savings. And what a collection of patterns and colors. Ask about our own custom upholsterers . . . all Levy's work is guaranteed. Levy's Draperies--Lower Level, Downtown; Second Floor, El Con Closeout Sale of Washable Cotton Spreads-Fitted Style 17.99 value single size 19.99 value full size 31.99 value king size 9.97 11.97 14.97 Elegant Southwestern motif blends beautifully with Spanish or Mediterranean decor . . . assorted colors. 100% cotton. Hurry for yours! Reg. 2.99 DECORATOR PILLOWS, 12" zippered covers of rayon satin orcotton corduroy 1.97 Levy's Draperies--Lower Level, Downtown; Second-Floor, El Con Women's 5.00 Value jSroup of Wallets, French Purses Exceptional value! Specially purchased leather styles from a 0 J famous maker. Popular colors. TM' Regularly 2.50 Clothes Brush with Handle Nylon bristles; deftly pjck up . lint, and are washable. 'Durable, 1 | fish shape wooden handle. * Levy's Luggage Dept--Street Floor at BOTH Stores Roger and Galjet $ 3. Soap Value, now 2. · II Spring Sale Price Perfumed soap;. . . made with the purest ingredients. Gentle and thorough acting ...'.· keeps .skin clear; · velvety.-smooth.' Hard- milled and incredibly long-lasting. 3 cakes of hand-size, now at $2. Also |3. value 2 cakes bath size, J2. ' ·.'·:·-· S5 Value Metal Hand Mirrors Sale Priced! 247 Spring Sale Pri,ce The fine quality you usually:find in a,3-pc. dresser set!- ; Gold-plated and jewelers' bronze styles . . . many are 'one-of-a-kind; Also a group of $5., to $20. .salesman's sample mirrors now l /3 off. Levy's Cosmetics--Street Floor at BOTH Stores Reg. 5.95-7.50 Bridge Playing Cards 3 79 Double decks packed in a plastic box ... your choice of 6 distinctive patterns. Durable plastic. Guaranteed single card replacement service. Regularly 1.99 PRO ART STATIONERY 200 club slzs sheets with 75 envelopes; keepsake laid finish; ivory, white, pink, blue. Reg. 1.39 Pro Art Notes; 50 folded notes, 50 envelopes. White, ivory, blue or pink. 1.19 6? Levy's Stationery-Street Floor at BOTH Stores

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