Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 5
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 5

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
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yfsl MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE 5 ROBERT S. HIRSCH, M.D. announces the opening of his offices / .. for the practice of. Internal Medicine at Stratford Medical Center 2530 East Broadway By appointment 'Telephone EAst 7-4956 : ;· or EAst 7-7471 Release Sought For Accused Slaver Of Integration Hiker * t-2 . ' ; · · / . . GADSDEN, Ala.--(#--An attorney planned today to seek the release o f ; rural storekeeper Floyd Simpson, held without bond for the roadside slaying of Baltimore si'Etims COX'S BAKERY CAMPBELL PLAZA Campbell Gl«nn EA 7-0602 SOUTKGAlt SHOPPING CENTER South Sixth Freeway MA 3-2741 MONTEREY VILLAGE Speedway WilmoJ AX 8-8551 "I I Remember Cox's EVERY DAY Low Bread Prices! HOMEMAID WHITE BREAD \£ ELOAF SLICED OR UNSLICED ONLY 19 CLIP SAVE! ONLY ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER I ; _, =_=, I CLIP THE COUPONS BELOW AND BRING THEM TO ANY OF THE ABOVE LISTED COX'S BAKERIES AND SAVE EVEN MORE OVER OUR EVERYDAY LOW PRICES! I 1 VALUABLE COUPON MONDAY, APRIL 29 WHOLE WHEAT D R C A R OR KURLED WHEAT DKEAU ! I I VALUABLE COUPON TUESDAY, APRIL 30 COOKIES 1-LB. LOAF 9 WITH COUPON CHIP | REG. ** C 44c U WITH | DOZ. 9 COUPON I ONLY ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER I VALUABLE COUPON WEDNESDAY, MAY 1 CAKE DOUGHNUTS I ! uatiiflntte COUPON THURSDAY, MAY 2 COFFEE CAKE i s 'i i i i i i i i i i i i i ntegrationist W i l l i a m L. oore, Sheriff bewey Colvard said a formal first-degree murder harge would be lodged against Simpson today with he signing of a state warrant y.the circuit judge and the prosecutor, Attorney William M. Beck Sri of Fort Payne said he would attempt to post bond 'or Simpson, 40, father of six children. State and county officers continued investigation of the Tuesday night slaying of Moore, a 35-year-old postman who died from two bullet wounds in the head; Moore lad said he was en route to Jackson, Miss,, to give his views on integration to Gov. Ross Barnett. Sheriff Colvard indicated there was nothing new in the case. "We don't know if anyone else was involved," he said. He said all persons questioned previously had been cleared. Feelings ran high in the 39 WITH COUPON DOZ. ONLY ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER VALUABLE COUPON FRIDAY, MAY 3 CHOCOLATE BROWNIES REG. 0%tf%C 72c %M| WITH DOZ. Wv COUPON ONLY ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER REG. 49c DOZ. 29 WITH COUPON I L ONLY ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER | VALUABLE COUPON SATURDAY, MAY 4 GERMAN CHOCOLATE CAKE 8" Foil Pan %Q 1*«J REG. CU WITH 98c ^W COUPON ONLY ONE COUPON PER CUSTOMER ter said she was greatly upset. Simpson was charged informally yesterday 'after Colvard received a report from a bal- listiscs test on a .22 caliber rifle - and two bullets taken from the .victim's body. Colvard said the rifle belonged to Simpson. Meanwhile, the Student Nonviolent Coo r d i n a t i ri g Committee announced in Atlanta it would stage a/'freedom walk" on May 1 to Jackson, Miss., along the route planned by Moore. Julian Bond, administrative assistant, said the walk will start at either Chattanooga, Tenn., or Attalla, Ala., near where Moore was shot, and about 10 Negroes and white persons would take part. rural community of Collbran, about 30 miles to the northwest, where Simpson operated a grocery and service station. Residents, predominantly mill- workers and farmers, showed strong hostility to inquisitive strangers. A Gadsden Times reporter, M. L. Ray, was thrown out of Simpson's, store by an unidentified man who warned, "You'd better get out--I'm not going to tell you a second time." Ray had asked another person, "Who lives here?" Simpson, who is slender and graying, was described by the Rev. Russ Porter, who serves .a Baptist Church in the community, as "a good, hard-working man." The m i n i s t e r said Mrs. Simpson and the six children, ranging in age from one to 17, attended services at the church where he is pastor. After visiting Mrs. Simpson yesterday at her request, Por- Top Banana In the days of the theater now past, the top banana was the star comedian. Since its origin in the '30's, Blue Cross and Blue Shield has been the top banana in the field of prepayment. It has paid out more monies than the 800 or so insurance companies combined for the care of members, and its membership throughout the years has far exceeded the total membership of the next 100 or more insurance companies. This is a striking example of the freedom of choice in operation and is indicative of the ability of the people to select the health care program best suited to their needs. Last year, nationally, Blue Cross and Blue Shield paid out well in excess of a billion and a half dollars for the care of their members. The nearly 60 million people enrolled in Blue Cross and the 50 million in Blue Shield are shouting testimonials for the free enterprise system. hospital care medical-surgical care we^have cared for over seventeen years now) This Coupon Is for Further Information 17 Eait Jackson · MA 3-4381 · Tucson cm} T ARIZONA B L U B CROSS - H U U * S H I E L D · box 7115, phoanix Age: Spouse's Name:, Address: -Age, -City:. Place of Employments Number of Employees:. n NON-GROUP n GROUP THS First In Forensic Tournament Tucson High School won the sweepstakes trophy in the Forensic League of Arizona State Trophy Tournament held Saturday at THS. Sal- pointe High School took second place and Catalina High was third. Students taking first place in the various categories were: humorous, Marsha Ray of Tucson High; serious Sherry Kornberg of Catalina; poetry, Lynne Ogden of Sal- pointe; e x t e m p o r a n e o u s , Douglas Chandler of Brophy High School; dramatic, Jackie De Francis, Xavier High School. Also, oratory, John Vallentine of Tucson High; declamation, Vallentine, and debate, Charles Henry and Ronald Barber of Rincon High School. Other schools participating were Sunnyslope, Prescott, Pueblo, Mesa, Palo Verde, St. Mary's and Tempe. Another Typhoon Hits Guam AGANA, Guam--#--Typhoon Olive, hovering west of Guam today and battering the island with torrential rain and winds up to 80 miles an hour, has blown .away five months of recovery effort, after Typhoon Karen. Unseasonal Olive, with center winds up to 125 m.p.h., bore in from the south yesterday and sent residents to the storm shelters. She shifted a bit and didn't come as close to Guam as expected, but close enough to damage homes and buildings still wearing patches from Typhoon Karen last Nov. 11. OLIVE HAD caused no deaths or serious injuries to noon Monday, Guam time. Islanders had sufficient warning to gather in the few Guam buildings that can take a typhoon's punch. 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