Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, June 1, 1960
Page 10
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE. I, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE ; MY BLESSINGS ON YOU ALL' --AP Wirtphota Gov. Edmund G. (Pat) Brown of California playfully gives his political blessing to three leading candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination in Beverly Hills last night. The three hopefuls are (left to right) Sen. Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas, Sen. Stuart Symington of Missouri, and Sen. John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts. Contenders Hold 'Summit' At Beverly Hills BEVERLY HILLS, Calif.-W- JUdiiting smiles u warm as California sunshine, three top contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination had a summit meeting of their own last night. Tne occasion: A glittering $100- .a-plate testimonial dinner for Gov. Edmund G. Brown, who heads an ·Il-vote favorite son delegation pledged to him in California's June 7 primary ballot. NOW... Serving Eastside TUCSOM A New McMAHAN FURNITURE STORE 4812 E. 22nd St. fa Mayfair Plan Shopping Center The three candidates -- Sens. John F, Kennedy of Massachusetts, Lyndon B. Johnson of Texas and Stuart Symington of Missouri --whooped it up all day for Brown, the party and themselves. Each got an enthusiastic reception--but Brown got the biggest hand. The Democratic banquet in the modernistic Beverly Hilton Hotel gave Southern Californians a. convention preview and a chance to compare tiw aspirants. But a question remained: Will the snmshine radiated by the candidates reap a harvest of California votes at the July convention? ' Gov. Brown indicated the favorite son delegation--opposed by one committed to pension promoter George McLain--is up for grabs. He told a news conference yesterday there is little chance the (Advertisement). WRINKLES ky Mori* ftevvnt NEW YORK:--Chemical iciencej has found a. white subtunce made with quicksilver that works wonders on wrinkled face and handi. Use it one time and it u entirely .possible you will ice improvement next morning. In a. few dtyt wrinkles itart to vanish. Many small lines around the eyes and mouth have already disappeared. But that is not all! "Old-Age" (weathered) brown spots on hands and arms--* brown "aite" darkness on suffice of face and neck fades away! Rich eih lubricate- pores so blackheads e*n ilip out without squeezing: Surface pimples dry up. Other blemishes and scars, outwardly caused, are kss noticeable! But don't take my word for it. Make n 6'day test without risking one penny. Just get * jar of Peacock's Imperial Creme at your favorite department or drug store. Use this thrilling cream for 6 days--and if you we not delijrhted with results, full price will be refunded, · no questions miked. Peacock'* Imperial Creme can work wonders for wrinkles, lines, brown spots and other weathered blemishes. You may obtain Imperial Creme at Muga* Dm** 4 C. Congwai. ANOTHER TFS DIVIDEND for a HALF-YEAR of SAVING Open or add to your account by JUNE 10th Earn a full month's short in Tucson Fodord Savings' 46th somi-onnuol oVvidond poymont. SAVE Y THE lOrh EARN from ttwl * M. STOWt AVI. · J3J) 1. JWtCMWT · Iftt $. JWTH A¥t WOADWAY * WV*OT · «· I. FT. lOWfU H. First Schools To Close Are In Amphi Public schools in one local district will close Friday and others will follow suit next week. The first Tucson area schools to close their doors are those in the Amphitheater District. Amphitheater schools, which will go from a 175 to a 178-day calendar year for 1960-61, will reopen Sept. 6. Tucson District 1 and Flowing Wells will close th^ir schools on Thursday, June 9 this year. The late closing in both districts is due to the extension of the school .calendar to 180 days. Until this year. Flowing Wells schools were open for 172 days and District 1 schools for 175 days. Schools in both districts will reopen on Sept. 1. Sunnyside District will have the latest school closing date--June 10. This is due to a late start last September. This year, Sunnyside will reopen its schools on Sept. 1. The Sunnyside District has been operating on the 180-day calendar for the past few years. AJAFHI HAZA DOLLAR DAYS AH: THUftS., m., SAT., JUNI 2, 3,4 %0J±^-ii* delegation will unite unanimously behind a single candidate. Brown told a blue chip audience of about 1,200: "Anyone of these 'three (candidates) will lead us to victory (in the general election) and then to peace in the world." The candidates whizzed through a wilting round of activities. They held news conferences in 1-2-3 order, shook hundreds of moist palms, wined and dined delegates and huddled with politicos. They gave these views in news conferences, prepared statements and speeches KENNEDY-He cannot envision Vice President Richard M. Nixon, whom he characterized as a "belligerent and bellicose man," as president. The administration contributed to the summit collapse-although the Soviets actually caused its failure --by mishandling the U2 spy plane controversy. The key campaign issue will be foreign policy and what he termed the decline of American military power. The West must be strengthened militarily and economically before another summit conference is held. JOHNSON-There is no "war party nor peace party nor party soft on communism" in America. S o v i e t Premier Khrushchev's claim that America sabotaged the summit conference is "an arrogant denial of the honest truth." The summit collapsed because of Khrushchev's "disgraceful conduct." Convention delegates won't be stampeded onto any band wagon. The South is not likely to stage a walkout at the convention. SYMINGTON -- Kennedy should not be too confident. He's won seven primaries, but Estes Kefauver won 33 in 1952 and lost the nomination to Adlai Stevenson. The administration has a "calculated policy" of withholding information about what he termed America's missile gap. The U.S. must add $3 billion to its defense budget to negotiate with the Soviets from a position of strength. Perhaps a talent scout in nearby Hollywood could best sum up ·the day--the Democrats were impressed by: the youthful charm of Kennedy, the Tony Perkins type; the self-assurance of Johnson, a burly Texan with the aplomb el John Wayne, and the shy smile of Symington, a Gary Cooper from Missouri. Brigitte's Husband In Hospital PARIS -UPI --Brigitte Bardot disclosed last night her husband, Jacques Charrier, is taking a deep sleep treatment for a serious nervous condition in a hospital near Paris. "He is very sick," said me actress w h o received newsmen with her latest director, Georges Clouzot, on the set of a new movie they are filming. Charrier has suffered from a nervous disorder ever since his buddies kidded him roughly about Brigitte's charms when he entered tire Army last fall. ZELDA'S SPECIAL BLANKETS BEDSPREADS Woshtd, Fluff Dried Plastic Bag SUPREME DRY (LEANING AMPHI . Sp«»d Out*n Loundrtfft.. . 20 9236 N. FIRST AVE. 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