Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 13
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..TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 1968 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 13 T" *-- " V..' · /?? Regular 17.95 West Bend Cookware Sets Save $10! Noritake China Sets for 8 7-pc. sefj Open Stock Vo/ue27.85 14.99 Hew "Horrf-Coof" Teflon* Rc-g. 49.95 "Wynwood" "Soroya" patterns shown at left 39.95 Reg. 54.95 "Annabclle" G- "Thursfon" patterns shown at right 44.95 Yes, new "Hard-Coat" Teflon finish prolongs the life of your Teflon cookware considerably... and it's now yours at a great saving. Handsome polished aluminum provides even cooking and heat conductivity! You get 1 and 2-quart covered saucepans; 5-quart Dutch oven (with cover) and 10" open fry pan (Dutch oven cover fits fry pan). Imagine, each pattern is b r a n d - n e w ... lovely colorings, graceful shapes in fine quality Noritake china at special introductory prices! Pick your favorite... what's more, these 4 2-pc. sets are all open stock pattern's. You can add more pieces at your leisure. Hurry in during Levy's Annual Spring Sale, the event that brings you savings like these! Regular $35. Fine Quality Table Lamps 24.99 From one of America's f o r e m o s t manufacturers! Choose from five styles of h a n d s o m e l y designed metal lamps ... satin brass and brass trimmed marble in several shapes. Each an elegant choice! $8.~$10.Si!verplate Accessory Gif tware 6.49 Fine collection f r o m English Silver Company: S h r i m p Shell with Glass Bowl, R o u n d S e r v i n g Tray, Vegetable Dish, 3 - C o m p a r t m e n t Jam and Jelly Set, Oval Gallery Tray and many, many others. 75* to $2. Values! Wm. Rogers Siiverplate 44* ea. Reg. $25. to $30. Stainless Flatware 17.99 50-pc. service for eight 4 4 C g r o u p : teaspoon, d i n n e r f o r k , salad f o r k , iced tea, .soup s p o o n , c o c k t a i l fork, b u t t e r k n i f e , s u g a r s p o o n , 88' group: d i n n e r k n i f e , tablespoon, gravy ladle, cold m e a t fork, dessert server. .Stainless steel f l a t w a r e in i\vo dist i n c t i v e l y styled p a t t e r n s . Choose " S l i m l i n e " w i t h e b o n y b l a c k n v l o n h a n d l e , b r u s h e d s a r i n f i n i s h . . . o r "Staccy", s a t i n f i n i s h e d i n t r a d i - t i o n a l shape. Regular 5.98 Daisy Flora! Arrangements 3.99 Special assortment of white and yellow daisies in a variety of styles and containers ... each complete with own pot..Four d i f f e r e n t styles in two colors. Air-Tight Silver Storage Chests 5.99 Reg. $8. Single Chest Ideal way to protect your silver from tarnish! Not only are they air-tight but also complete with tarnish resistant l i n i n g and smart wood finishes. 9.99 Reg. $16. Drawer Chesi Reg. 14.95 Electric Salton Hotray 9.99 Repeat of a previous sell-out! Complete with r a d i a n t heat panel t h a t keeps foods hot. Brushed a l u m i n u m frame with hard-wood handles. A m u s t for the hostess! Reg. $5. Hi-Intensity Desk Lamp Reduced! 3.49 Special purchase saving! Useful reading, sewing or work l a m p concentrates the l i g h t for best e f f e c t . Flexible arm for easy a d j u s t m e n t . Choice of f i n i s h e s . Peace Plan Offered By 18 Demos Free Elections First Step WASHINGTON (AP) - Eighteen House Democrats have offered a plan for a negotiated settlement to the Vietnam war, based on free elections in South Vietnam with the participation of all parties -- including the National Liberation Front. The House members also urged that following the elections, all foreign troops be withdrawn on a gradual, reciprocal basis. Their suggestions did not, however, include a means of getting negotiations under way. Before the elections, the group said, there would be a period of a general ccnse-fire, supervised by an appropriate international body, banning military operations and terrorist acts. After the elections, relations between North Vietnam and South Vietnam, including the possibility of reunification, would be left for f u t u r e discussion and negotiation. "We believe a long step forward would be taken if the United otatcs were to give greater emphasis to our declarations about self-determination by making explicit the kind of honorable and just settlement that we would accept consistent with our aims," the statement said. "We have never done this. We have only kept repeating a kind of first position, which would give the NLF no role whatever in South Vietnam and therefore could not possibly be within the negotiable area for them. It seems that some bold and imaginative new moves are called for." The statement was issued at a news conference and then rcac into the Congressional Record by Rep. Jonathan B. Binghan of New York who acted a: spokesman for the group. In the statement and at the conference, the group said it did not address itself to the bes way to start peace italks be cause the members disagree! on that. "We are agreed that mor, imaginative and intensive ef forls should now be made to ge negotiations started and tha the passage of time, with stead ily mounting casualties on both sides, will only make less likcl; a solution by negotiated settle ment," (he statement says. In addition to Bingham, other members at the news conference were Donald M. Fraser of Minnesota, Robert L. Legge and Thomas M. Rccs of Califor nia, Richard L. Oitinger and James H. Scheuer of New York, Henry S. Reuss of Wis consin, and Sidney R. Yates ol Illinois. John A. Blatnik and Joseph E. K a r t h of Minnesota, Edwarc P. Boland and Thomas P O'Neill Jr. of Massachusetts Leonard Farbstcin and Herber: Tenzer of New York, Floyd V Jacobs Jr. of I n d i a n a , Rober Hicks of Washington. Andrew W. Kastermeier of Wisconsin and John E. Moss of Californi; also signed the statement bu were not present at the confer ence. Wildflowers You Can See In Tucson o - - # ·# eJf , Q1/6U flJXsi^ Lupine BLOSSOM: Blue. LEAF: Spoke-shaped. Found occasionally in foothill washes. Abundant in ancuiary Cove; dense along Ajo road 40 miles from vlission road; also Golf Links road site. A spectacular vildflower display may be found on Ajo road 75.3 miles vest of Ajo-Mission intersection. Get out and walk in -ocky h i l l s on right side of road. o - - if f^M ^j$jt Desert Marigold BLOSSOM: Yellow. LEAF: Single, w i t h deep notches and rounded lobes; wooly stems. Found mostly along any roadside. Try River road, Ajo road, Camino Cardinal or Anklam road among others. o - - Common Mustard BLOSSOM: Yellow. LEAF: Single, deepnotched, sharp lobes. Found widely as weed in yards, fields and roadsides. Other mustards will appear later in series. Find them. Identify them. Enjoy them. BUT -- PLEASE -- DON'T PICK THEM! Sorensen Sees Our Vietnam Situation As '6-Sided levy's China, S/fver, G/ffwore, Lamps - Secondf/oor Southwest Forest Firm Being Sold NEW YORK ( A P ) - Conro. Inc., a San Antonio, Tex., diver sified firm, and Southwest Forest Industries Inc., Phcenix, Ariz., say they have reached an agreement under which Conroy would acquire Southwest for more than 530 miilion. Under the proposal, each share of Southwest common . )uld be exchanged for seven- tenths of a share of Conroy common and one share of new Conroy convertible preferred. The proposed Conroy convertible preferred includes an annual dividend rate of 40 cents, a conversion rate of six-tenths of a share of Conroy common, and a $9 call price. In addition, Conroy has agreed to set aside a number of common and new preferred shares equal to 15 per cent of those initially issued. Conroy has interests in crude oil, n a t u r a l gas, women's sportswear and pleasure boats. Southwest Forest has facilities in six stales with sales of §64,543,000 and earnings of $1.54 million in the 12 months ended Jan. 31. NEW YORK (AP) - Theodore C. Sorensen, who was an aide to President John F. Kennedy, says the Johnson administration's involvement in Vietnam is like a "six-sided box we did not intend to make and cannot seem to break." The six sides, he says, can be summed up in three sentences: ' ' O u r worldwide military primacy cannot produce a victory, and our worldwide political primacy cannot permit a withdrawal. "We are unable to transfer our will to the South Vietnamese and unable to break the will of the North Vietnamese. "Any serious escalation would risk Chinese or Soviet intervention, and any serious negotiation would risk a Communist South Vietnam." Sorensen was one of the speakers in a debate on the Vietnam issue sponsored by the Metropolitan Council of the American Jewish Congress. THE GIRLS "Someone very close to you is going to express himself in no uncertain terms. 1 ' HAVE SOMETHING TO GIVE AWAY? try For Free -- Every Friday In the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN ·r

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