Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 6
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 6

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
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T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 2», (»« OPEN TIL 9 Mondays and Fridays EARLY AMERICAN RUGS! COMPARE OUR INCREDIBLE LOW PRICES FOR EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE RUGS! ;**, BROWN · GREEN · RED Yes . . . you can count on Penney's to bring you fabulous buys like these! Imagine finding a room- size rug at a price this low! They're top quality rugs, made to give you long wear . . . heavy weight quality ... 2-pIy criss-cross construction . . . handsomely designed in rich colorings. Perfect, of course, with Early American furniture . . . with today's casual contemporary look. Choose a room size rug . . . pick a smaller size for matching scatter rugs. Hurry, buys 'like these go fast! 26 66 Penney Reduces Prices Penglas Fiberglas 34"x54", Famous Mill's Closeout! CARPET REMNANTS All edges sergedl Corners rounded! We scooped this fantastic buy from a famous mill. Fine quality remnants of expensive carpeting. Ideal for scatters to save wear on carpet. Finished four sides. 2 44 EACH TALKS RESUME TUESDAY Laotian Truce In 4th Day As Negotiations Continue VIENTIANE, Laos The lull in the Laotian fighting went into its.fourth day today with Neutralists and pro-Communists apparently biding their time during diplomatic negotiations. The Communist - controlled Pathet Lao, held fast to the territory it seized from the Neutralists on the strategic Plaine I}es Jarres,; but made no new advances. ·' Leaders of the two factions were ^scheduled to meet again tomorrow to renew peace talks which have so far been unsuccessful. Pro-Communist Prince Souphanouvong has demanded they be ^broadened to include such topics as neutralization of Vientiane and not be limited to the Plaine Des Jarres crisis.: Neutralist Premier Prince Souvanna Phouma:has not in- dicated whether he w o u l d agree. Souphanouvong enl a r g e d the scope of the conflict Saturday by charging that the United States had flown 500 Laotian right-wing troops, to reinforce the Neutralists. The U.S. embassy and Neutralist Gen. Kong Le denied this. The charter company Air America was'alleged to have done the transporting. Watching closely were:representatives of tne Interna- tiona! Control Commission for Laos. It is made, up |0f India, Canada and Poland, who were assigned the task at the Geneva conference neutralizing Laos last year: They make periodic trips.to the Plaine Des Jarres, 120 miles northeast of Vientiane, because the Pathet Lao has refused to let PROTECT MERCHANDISE Increase Your Sales and Avoid Losses! ·SUN-COHTCO. mis visiBiinr · Store Windows · Offices · Homes Slops Sun Glar« Prevents Sunburnt Displays Absorbs Hest Samples on Display in Our 5 New Show Display Rooms REBUILD . REPAIR · REFINISH Your Old Blinds fo Look Like New a! Less Than y z Price You'll Be Thankful to Us NOW at Our New Address MA 2-8874 151 S. CAMPBELL Just South of Broadway them be stationed permanently in the area. There has been no evidence of any direct Soviet appeal to the Pathet Lao for peace since President Kennedy's envoy, W. Avereli' Harriman, saw Premier Khrushchev at, the weekend. Harriman told a news conference he hoped his Moscow talks would lead to an improvement in the situa- tion. He said Khnjshchjy a*, sured'hlm of full support in restoring peace and neptrali- ty to Laos, '. ;.· ·/',·:, ; ;V= In-Washington, L a o t i a n Charge D'Affaires Tianethone Chantharasy said -hq thought the situation was more serious ;thkn at the j climax of the civil war last year when the United States sJM,troops to neighboring Thailand,' 7 ' Supreme Court To Hear Argiiment On Barnett , ~ · · ·WASHINGTON --W)-- The Supreme :Court decided today to,he$r argument next fall on whether Goy, Ross Barnett of Mississippi is entitled to a jury trial! on criminal-contempt charges. . ' . The case is to be argued during a two weeks argument session that begins! Oct. 14. , No specijfic argument date within that period was fixed for 'hearing this particular case. ! THE CONTEMPT proceeding was begun by the U. S. Circuit Court in New Orleans as a result of the governor's efforts to block enrollment of James H. Meredith, a Negro, at the University of Mississippi. Also charged with contempt is Lt. Gov. Paul B. Johnson Jr. After bringing the contempt Pima County Polio-Free No polio cases originated in Pima County in 1962, following the mass Sabin oral vaccine programs, according to Dr. Frederick Brady, director of the county Public Health Department. Dr. Brady said that one polio case was brought here for diagnosis from Hermosillo, Son. Only three cases of polio were reported throughout the state. The nation's total was 1,334. Dr. Brady urged all newcomers to Tucson to obtain polio vaccine from private physicians. PENNEY'S AUWAY* FIRST QUALITY Terrific Low Prices on SO" wide by 84" Jong 76x54" .... $ 7.50 100x54" . . . . $10.98 I44x8'4" . , PAIR 50" wide by 54" long 76x84" . . . . S 9.59 100x84" . , . $19.98 $12.98 OUR LOWEST PRICES EVER FOR THESE BEAUTIFUL WASH 'N HANG, NO-IRON FIBERGLAS 100% GLASS DRAPES Measure your windows, hurry in! We've sizes for ell your windows in stock or rush ordered. 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WITH YOUR PENNEY CHARGE CARD Manufacturer's Closeouts OF DISCONTINUED STYLES SHOP EARLY FOR HIGH LOW HEELS Illustrations arc similar to only two of the many styles in high heel, medium heel and squash heel styles. All better quality styles and materials. $ 5 PAIR BIG SAVINGS ON DRESS CASUAL FLATS See several styles of fashion and casual flats plus styles in wedge types. All repriced from better quality styles. Many colors. 3 22 PAIR VINYL PLASTIC THONGS Illustration similar to one of the three distinct styles, Find a color selection in each style. In visual heavy plastic containers. 1 50 PAIR SIZE 4 SAMPLES Newest styles in the tiny shoes so hard to find in regular shoe stocks. Shoes . . . Lower Floor FLATS.. HEELS.. $ 2 4 pr. pr. harges,. the. circuit court on April 9, 1963, deadlocked!4-4 the issue of.whether Barlett and Johnson could be ried by a jury as they had equested. Four judges voted or a jury trial and four voted o try the case themselves without a jury. The circuit then asked the Supreme Court to make the decision on the jury trial [uestion. BARNETT AND Johnson irst were cited for civil con- empt. The circuit court found hem guilty, but before en- orcing penalties it ordered he criminal contempt proceedings against the officials and left hanging the civil con- empt case. The circuit c o u r t had charged Barnett, 64, with con- empt after he disobeyed its order not to interfere with Meredith's admission to the university. Johnson was made a party to the proceeding on he ground he had stopped VIeredith on one occasion. Meredith was admitted to he university last fall after rioting in the area. Land Fraud Suspects Face /~t _ nn i Court loday PHOENIX -- (#-- Three men accused of fraud in the mail order sale! 1 of Mohave County land were to appear n U.S. District/ Court this afternoon. The three--Dory Auerbach, David Prosser Randeil and Irving Gottlieb, all of. Miami-lave been free' on $5,000 spnds since they were indicted on 22 counts by a federal grand jury last month. All three are officers of Lake Mead Rancheros, Inc. The indictment said Laka Mead Rancheros were advertised nationally as livable now, implying that drinking water, power lines and telephone lines existed on the property. Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy said most of the land is totally undeveloped. He also pointed out that it is located about 45 miles from Lake Mead. Each defendant is charged with causing a different mailing of money to two Arizona addresses. The indictment said the use of the addresses, both in Kingman, was part of a scheme to defraud, leading customers to believe they were dealing with an Arizona company operating near the property. It said the mail received in Kingman was forwarded unopened to the defendants' offices in Florida. When the indictments were returned, Kennedy said mail order land sales were booming the last two years. Kennedy said, "Thousands of persons, particularly aging couples looking forward to retirement, have been taken in by unscrupulous promoters." Advertisement What makes a woman UNFORGETTABLE? It's not just beauty or sex appeal--yet men recognize it almost instantly. In May Reader's Digest, you'll discover what it is... and how many women can develop the qualities which make a woman truly unforgettable. Condensed from Woman's Day tor May Reader's Digest now People have faith In Reader's Digest

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