Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 4
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 4

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
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PAGE 4 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 CARPETS 95 TARLETON An exceptional value in carpet: ing with stunningly' beautiful . design effects. TarJeton com- St l V"· bines pattern beauty, color beauty, and serviceability ... at modest price. Choose from a wide selection of 'practical styles, in all-wool pile, and bring a fresh, new charm to your home. 16 95 CHEVY CHASE The exclusive carpet for luxurious Jiviug-magnificently sculp- lured, all-wool Wilton. Chevy Sq. yd. Chase's thick; deep pile assures lovely, lasting wear and wonderful underfoot softness. Bring new enchantment to your rooms with this richest of Mohawk carpets with gracious cameo carving and subtle color beauty. All Samples Brought To Your Home--No Charge, No Obligation Just Dial EA 7-5741 Our New Store Is Now Situafed ar the Easr End of the NORTHGATE SHOPPING CENTER at Grant and Alvernon NO DOWN PAYMENT With Approved Credit BANK FINANCING Open Mon., Wed., and Fri. 'til 9 Bridge Game ^ _ : , - ·· O , - · ' . . . ' - , Winners Listed Winners '· in the Student Union duplicate bridge game Friday night were: North-South: 1 -- Peter Nemeth and Jay Addy; 2---Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schmieder; 3--Mrs. Arthur Meaker and Mrs. Charles Meloan. East-West: 1--Mrs. Luetta Sheridan and Al Cannaerts; 2 --Jack Neusbaum and Norval Baron; 3--Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rodes., . , ,This week's schedule for duplicate ' bridge games follows: 7:30 o'clock tonight, master point game, Jewish Community Center; 1 p:m. tomorrow, regular game, Jewish Community Center; 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, master p o i n t game, Jewish Community Center; 1 p.m. Thursday, regular game, County Fair Restaurant; and 7:30 p.m. Friday, regular game, Student Union, UA campus. -- RODJGS -- TUCSON OPTICAL SERVICE MA. 3-1W1 704 VALLEY NATIONAL BLD8. PARK N' SHOP FREE ror D CJiristemJuj ·/:· M TKW'i $ f HAND EMBROIDERED 1 DRESS SLIP SET KSx Special for BABY WEEK . . . hand embroidered batiste dress and slip sets in white, pink, blue and maize. Dainty little styles in sizes 6 months to one year. BOTH STORES « 1.99 ^- m e--MS m VW* *Dress-Sacque-Slrp-Cap in \ ~ sheer nylon for boy or Alv'.X ;;$ . . * ,', 1 Vh \f girl . . . many patterns to choose from. '# 5.99 ' COMPLETE SET % \^ V JO DIAPER BAG 4 compartments . . . insulated. Plastic in quilted or tapestry patterns. Reg. 3.98. 2.88 BABY 1-%L ALL ITEMS AT BOTH STORES RECEIVING BLANKET Extra special value . . . heavy weight receiving blankets in kiddy patterns and pastel colors. Full 30"x40" size. IT FITTED CRIB SHEETS SANFORIZED . . . 80 square fitted crib sheets to fit all standard size cribs. No pinning . . . no ironing ... . no wrinkles . . . no tucking. Top comfort and easy care. Featured in snowy white, pink, yellow, blue or mint. Specially priced for BABY WEEK. 1.00 INFANTS' DIAPER SHIRTS Infants' diaper shirts for boys or girls in lovely batiste. Pastel shades with. embroidery and novel designs. BABY WEEK SPECIAL 69 C BOYS' and GIRLS' BATISTE DIAPER SETS A wonderful value for BABY WEEK . . . boys' and girls' sleeveless diaper sets of fine batiste. Panty is completely plastic lined and made with side gripper for e a s y change. Pastel colors in sites 6 months to 18 months. STRETCH WEAVE GAUZE DIAPERS $2.98 VERSOI1 STORE HOURS DOWNTOWN · WILMOT PLAZA Broadway a- WILMOT PLAZA DOWNTOWN . Apalachin Delegate, 5 More Indicted On Tax Charges WASHINGTON --- UP1 -- A participant'in the famous underworld meeting in Apalachin, N.Y., and five other New York men were indicted today on charges of evading taxes on more .than $1 million in profits from the sale of stock in six Canadian corporations. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy announced t h a t the seven-count indictment, returned by a federal grand jury in Manhattan named Carmine Lombardozzi, 50, of Brooklyn, and five others. Lombardozzi was a m o n g those who attended a meeting of underworld leaders at Apalachin on Nov. 14, 1957. Others named in the indict- 19 Police Recruits Take Oath Nineteen city police recruits were sworn in today at the Tucson Police Academy and began an intensive training program that should place most of them on regular duty by late June. From two earlier recruit classes this year, 40 men were added to the force. "These probationary officers will have a more intensive and accelerated training schedule than any other class since we want to get them into the field by about. June 21," said the academy's director, Lieut. Frank A. Zunno. The men will undergo six weeks of academic training and two weeks of field work before being assigned to regular work with experienced officers. merit today were S t a n l e y that they destroyed all rec- Younger, 33, Arthur Tortorello, 49; Louis DefHippo, 42, George H. Wagner, 40, and Nathan Batterman,. 43. :. Younger is serving a sentence of .lli£ years at the U.S. Penitentiary at Lewisburg, Pa., for conspiracy and mail fraud in connection with forged securities.. Defilippo is serving a two- to-five-year sentence in the New York State Prison at Sing Sing for extortion.- Wagner is serving a three-to-five-year sentence for grand larceny in the'New Jersey State prison. Lombardozzi, Younger, and Tortorello were charged in one count each with failing to report their share of more than $400,000 in stock sale proceeds in 1957. The stocks involved were of Sastex Gas and Oil Ltd. and Atlas Gypsum Ltd. The three also were charged in one count each with failing to report their share of approximately $600,000 in stock sale proceeds for 1958. The stocks involved in t h e s e counts were Atlas, International Ceramics Mining, Ltd., Shoreland Mines, Ltd., National 'Electro Process Corp., and Monarch Asbettoes, Ltd. The seventh count charged all six defendants with conspiring, from November, 1956, to the present, to conceal their income from these .sales and to evade the taxes due on the income. The conspiracy count said the men established a "front" with two Canadian brokers. Proceeds from the stock sales were sent to this account; The six men also were accused of leasing a safe deposit box in New York City under fictitious names and placing the stock in it. The indictment c h a r g e d ARDEN C^l Servin e FARMS K^ffll Break f ast Lunch Dairy Products used exclusively at Nat's LIQUORS Gourmet Delicatessen 250 N. Church Ave. Downtown Tucson 1 BIk. West of Stone ords relating to the sale of stock in the six companies. Maximum penalty on each count would be five years in prison and $10,000, Furniturte Worth $700 Stolen and appliances than $700 were Furniture worth more taken yesterday from the home of Aaron R. Jordan, 2174 E. Granito Vista. Police said thieves gained entry by prying either the front door or a side window. In other burglaries, thieves chopped a hole in the roof of the American Finance Corp., 3352 S. 6th. Ave., Saturday night and took two typewriters and cash. The loss was $325. The cash was taken from a small office safe, and the burglars unsuccessfully tried to break open another safe. Police said .about $1,000 in damage was done to the roof. Six bottles of assorted narcotics plus $200 in cash were taken during a Saturday night break-in at the Stratford Pharmacy, 2530 E. Broadway, according to reports to police. Patrolman Augustine Rodriguez said entry was gained by smashing a front display window. Former Nogales Teacher Dies ROSEMEAD, Calif. -- (#) -Fred Teyechea, 49, died here today following a long illness. He was a former resident of Nogales, Ariz., where he was a member of the public schools faculty. Survivors include three brothers, Rudy, Tucson, Jaime, a,lieutenant in the Arizona Highway Patrol, and Ben, of Nogales. Funeral services and interment will be held in the border city. D AN IE LAS ^Q^ Ouaiitv fetveJerf BII: YOUR CHOICE: THE HOST BEAUTIFUL SELECTION DF GOLD CHARMS.., SET WITH GENUINE CULTURED PEARLS and COLORED STONES CHARGE IT! A MVKIOII OF COSDOK JEWHRY CORP.-120 JTOKES COAST TO COAST D A M l EL'S *$P* Quality J~eweJe?~s · EL CON CENTER-ON THE MALL · 21 E. CONGRESS ST., Downtown EL CON--OPEN MON., WED., FRI. 10 A.M. to 9 P.M. 21 E. CONGRESS--OPEN FRIDAY 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. From Hungarian Revolt To Unitel Slates Citizen 'i In the course of three short, weeks Bela Kenya's voice became familiar to thousands of freedom-loving Hungarians.;; Today Konya was to be among 36 candidates from 16 countries taking vows as U.S. citizens in a special naturalization court in, U.S. District Court. , ·· ' 'Konya, who now lives.at 311^ N. JRJchey Blvd., was radio technician : with a Budapest station at,the time of the 1856'revolution. "The revolutionist government took the station over and made me an'announcer'," he said. "It was wonderful- to be able to tell people about liberty and democracy-; even for such a short period." Other candidates include a 4-year-old German girl, a University of Arizona footballer, a Scots-born surgeon, a housewife from Iceland and an Episcopal clergyman from Britain. · The German girl is Anne Johnshoy, of 7257 E. 20th St.; the footballer, Gerard Mordret, a reserve lineman with the UA team. Dr. Eric Ramsay, a surgeon, is in private practice here, and the Icelandic housewife is Mrs. Stefania Somerville, wife of a former Merchant Marine. The clergyman is the Rev. Peter A. Boylan. Chief Inspector Clinton Johns, of the Immigration and Naturalization Service, said the ceremony was requested by the Pirna County Bar Association in connection with the observance of Law Day, which is Wednesday. He said the list of candi- diates, which follows, was subject to change: Canada: William van Ark, Gerritdina H e r m a n n a van Ark, both of 150 S. Eastbourne Ave.; William Harry Palmer, Gilbert; Mrs. Betty May Martin, 1006 N. 6th Ave.; Myroslaw Fred Kow- buz, 4052 E. Bellevue St.; Mrs. Laura Irene Schwencer, 507 S. Plumer Ave.; Peter and Marjorie Koroscil, 3405 N. Romero Road. China: Dan Dock Don, 802 Casas Lindas. Mexico: Mrs. Aurelia Ochoa Franco, 1351 W. Delaware St.; Mrs. Consuelo Barrientos Artiega, 2311 W. Virginia Drive; Mrs. Julieta Drake, 1447 S. Jones Blvd.; Fran- clsca Ortega, 102? S,.Russell Ave.; Mrs. . Marie Martinez. 732 E. 32nd St.; Pablo Martinez, 1012 W. Ontario St.j Mrs. Dolores Ybarra* 3555 S. Belmar Aye,-., , . , . . , . Ireland: Mrs. Valerie Boy* lan, 334 W, Valencia Ave; Mary Kearney, 644 ,S. 5th St. Spain: Eduardo Lacambra Jr,, 586 N, Park Avis. Britain: William "and Do-' reen Cochrane, 4750 E« 24th St.; the Rev. Petejr A. Bbylari, 1333 S. Clbverland Blvd.; Dr! Eric Guy Ramsay, 4749 E. Bermuda St, '' · H u,n g a r y: BeJa , Konya, 231IV 2 N. Richey Blvd.; 1st' van -Mocsy, 427 \N, Mountain Ave. . ,, ; . Greece; Mrs, Canelia Tea' conas, 501 E. Jactrito St. Netherlands: ' Teunis ' Bladergroen. Phoenix. Germany: Anne Johnshov. 7257 E. 29th St.; Gertrud Capin, 6949 Luana Drive. Okinawa: Naoe Morris, 845 N. 10th Ave.. , · .' ; Italy: Mrs. Maria Pettinato, 4014 E. Monte Vista Drive. France: R i c h a r d Binder. 3352 E, 23rd St.; Gerard Mor- dret, University of Arizona. Greece: Jacob Rousso, 4511 E. 31st St. ., . Iceland: Mrs. Stefania Somerville, 2728 E. 20th St. Cuba: Raul Sanchez, 3536 E. Glenn St. Fonim Will Hear Market Analyst A forum featuring Mrs. Lorna Pope, a stock market analyst specializing in food, beverage and confectionery industries, will ,be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Hi wayHouse. The forum will be presented by the international brokerage firm, M e r r i l l Lynch, Pierce, Fenner Smith, Inc., and is open to the public. R a n d o l p h E. Soranson, Phoenix, vice president and Arizona manager for the firm, said a summary of the investment outlook and general economic conditions also will be given. Mrs. Pope is from the company's research division in New York City. Other Merrill Lynch account executives from Phoenix will be present to answer questions. UA Art Teacher Kish Dies At 32 John Abraham Kish, 32, of 238 N. Granada Ave., an art teacher at the University of Arizona, died this morning at Tucson Medical Center. A graduate of UCLA and the Art Institute of Chicago, Mr. Kish is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John G. Kish of Gary, Ind., and two sisters, Mrs. Margaret Kish, McDonald, Ohio, and Mrs. Goldie Kneisley, Gary. Vesper services will be held at 8 o'clock tonight at Valley Funeral ChapeL Funeral services and burial will be held in Gary. Open House Held At Missile Site "More than 1,000 Air. Fofco families from Davis-Month an AFB and a few other Tuo sonians were guests of ,the 390th Strategic Missile Wing at a Titan site yesterday. The all-day open house at Complex 9 near Oracle Junction was arranged to enable visitors to see how launching, site crews will Jive at the' ICB!\1 sites.. . : · , , , , . ,...,, Complex 9 will s be one of; the nine Titan II sites which soon will, be turned over to the Air Force as combat ready. D-M officials said there were no mishaps as Air ; Force wives and youngsters t o u r e d the underground installation. ; : Tire Firm Workers Reject Teamsters PHOENIX (#)--· Drivers and servicemen at the : Apache Tire Co. in Tucson have voted against being represented fay Teamsters Local 310, James W. Cherry Jr. of the N a t i o n a l Labor Relations Board said today the vote was 11-4. THERE'S SOMEONE IN TUCSON LINDSAY Water Conditioning of Southern Arizona, Inc. 4034 E. Grant Road Phone 793-9471 Hew Nt* NSH The Lindsay Company of Sainf Pauf, Minnesota is pleased to announce the appointment of LARRY WALSH, BILL BLAND, RAY MOUER, and TOM SCHROEDER, local businessman, now principals in your NEW LINDSAY SOFT WATER DEALERSHIP. More Complete efficient, economical service jor all customers 8 Models to jit your budget. Unmatched water conditioning equipment from Lindsay , . , more people buy Lindsay than any other water conditioner. Local management dedicated to upholding the highest standards of personal integrity and fair business practices. This is your new local dealer for The Lindsay Company, national manufacturer of water conditioning equipment - a Divisson of Union Tank Car Company of Chicago. We invite- you to stop by, visit this new business ihat's joining your progressive southern Arizona community. You'll find them to be good neighbors, good people to do business with. See them for your home or commercial water problems. Vltit Undtay Wafer Condifion./ng Boofh of rution Parade of Hornet TIM MMOSAY COMPANY 4034 E. GRANT ROAD V«A C« Cwnpmy 1MI Mmte* W-ft. *»(, Ml**

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