Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 1, 1960 · Page 11
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PAGE 12 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN WEDNESDAY EVENING, JUNE I, Centrally located with ample off-street parking. St *i Stan DM MA 4-MU VHM L TMWR, Dirattir Reds Can Join NATO, Eisenhower Asserts WASHINGTON--UPi-- President Eisenhower said today that Western alliances should n- ' t , exclusiv* ' · ·· ; Curtain nations if they want to ' join. Deluxe Mt. Lemmon Cabin Sell or Trade Near lodge and radar station on deeded land. Redwood exterior, knotty pine interior. 2 ssory wth full basement, bath, water and electricity. Fully furnished--year around accessibility. Excellent terms. Merchant's Finance Co, 4S W. Pennington MA 3-8488 Evenings and Weekends call Mr. Pendergrass, MA S-210X However, he said the tense in-; ternational climate will require the West "for some decades t o : come" to maintain "strong or-! 7anizations among ourselves." j Eisenhower spoke informally j on the south lawn of the Whitej House to 140 delegates to the j second Atlantic Conference of j young political leaders, a meet- i ing sponsored by A m e r i c a n ) groups supporting the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. ·The chief executive said that in the quest for mutual understanding between nations, which he called "the key to peace," the Western nations "do not have j to be an exclusive club." "We don't have to have NATO or NATO organizations," he said, j "Everybody can get in finally, even the Iron Curtain nations. "When that has happened, there has been real peace and then we really will have achieved a lot of happiness," he said. Eisenhower, admitting with a smile that his remarks were "not very orderly," advocated that participants in the conference closely examine the differences in ideals and human values between totalitarian and free nations. Referring to basic rights guaranteed by the American Constitution, Eisenhower said, "no matter how you pursue happiness, try to get a little of it everyday--I don't believe long faces solve tough problems." Although the President foresaw an ultimately ideal international situation in which the Iron Cur- tain countries could join with the West in pursuit of common goals, he described current world conditions as difficult. "I believe for come decades to come there will be the need for sarong organizations among ourselves," he said. "We have got to be very close together." The conference delegates, drawn up in a semi-circle on the lawn outside the President's office, were standing behind four White House police officers. Eisenhower objecting that the young conference participants were being held back so far from him, toid them to move in closer. The police moved with the delegates, staying between the audience and the chief executive. Finally the President interrupted his remarks to say, "you three officers get off of here--I'm not scared of anybody." The fourth policeman, at one end of the delegation, escaped the President's irritation. Ship Strike'Blights' Martha's Vineyard iy DON GUY NANTUCKET, Masi.-4R-With more than a million dollars in tourist businem estimated lost over the Memorial Day weekend, residents of this island and nearby Martha's Vineyard are mad enough to toss a harpoon into the golden dome of the state house in Boston. Folkf whose Ancestors waited four years for whaling ships to return from world voyages are fed up with waiting six weeks for the steamers to come over from Cape Cod, Hie islanders have been cut off from' regular steamer service by a strike since Apr. 16. ,Three ships serving the Wands are operated by a state-chartered .steamship authority. A total of 150 officers and crewmen represented .by five unions walked o f t ' the ships seeking higher wages and other benefits. £« J. Coavery,' iotei owner and "president of the Martha's Vineyard Chamber of Commerce, said "the strike cost the Vine* yard nearly a million dollars over the holiday weekend in unrented cottages, vacant hotels, half- empty stores and restaurants and a thousand other,smaller loner" John L. Hardy, Nantucket innkeeper and former selectmam, esimated business was off SO per out M a WMkeod that normally would have kicked off the summer season. "The long-term dollar cost might be close to a quarter million." he added. The Vineyard, five miles from Woods Hole on Cape Cod, has a winter population. of 1,000 and upwards of 40,000 in summer. Nantucket, 25 miles from Hyan- nii, the nearest .mainland port on Cape Cod, has 3,MO winter residents, five times that in summer and probably 100,000 one- day excursionists in the warmer months. A dozen small vessels are plying between Woods Hole and Mar- thtVVineyard .to substitute fat the strikebound ferry islander. Nantucket, harder to reach across sometimes s t o r m y Nantucket Sound, has had to .depend upon larger vessels from Hyannis to fill the gap.,^ The bottleneck at botti islands ,has been me lack of an tninipoijation. Barge* have been carrying cars for upwards, of $25 each, three times; the steamship rate. Rental cars are virtually uoobuiaablt on either Wend and moat auto dealers have sold out stocks of second hand cars. Bicycle, shops on both islands report a booming business from tourists forced to leave cars on the mainland. George Woods, Vineyard hotel owner, has started a suit, scheduled to begin in Superior Court June 14, to force the authority to restore steamship service to the islands. Nantucket Selectman J o h n Meilbye says the steamers are "Nantucket's state highway, and nobody has a right to block the highway." , ' Want Ad Takers Are On Duty D'jily -- 8 Q m to 5 ( i S o ' i Sjn 8.Q m to 3 p Ti Ph. MA. 2-5855 BIG 9-Day Storewide Sale Starts Thurs. at 9:30! SAVE NOW $5 Down OB furniture purchasw up t« |2W, Sean Eair Termi. $10 Down »· furniture yurch»s«* totaling |200 «r mere, Sears Easj* Terns. Sears Shop MON. and FRI. NIGHTS.. "Family Nights" until 9 P.M. SAVE 25.02 Danish Design Regular 89*95 Swivel Rocker IS DOWN, Bears Easy Terns Extra large with e x t r a high back,-re- Tersiblefoam latex itat Quality-Built Modern Bedroom Set , . Now Only Inspired by Danish designs that spell quality eonatruction, functional beauty and years of lervice! 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