Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 6
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 6

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 6
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PAGE T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, , BILL HOFFMAN PONTIAC'S **.. iif n ft Jf%, li ^ J "" * l^f. i^. o,J «* * ii *9,, - - 7 ~q * -·v-^vl-J ·« J jsw P * -rA.., . 6- «"3*.j ',« «fV;vT Wa'-^-^ ' v I960 Wide-Track PONTIACS will he sold daring June at ONE PRICE. Catalinas, Ventura*, Star Chiefs and Pontiac'* Safari Station Wagons. This sale includes 2-Door and 4-Door Sedans, 2-Door and 4-Door Hardtops. Take your pick, First Come, First Served! ALL CATALINAS Equipped with V-8 Engine, Hydramarfc, Deluxe Heater t Defroster, Super De- tox* Radio, Back-up Lights, Ofl Filter, White WaD Tires. Z-Speed vp»d- iWeld Wipers . . - plus some with Paver Steering ud Power Brakes. ?£*N" ffiooth 'Ihrafrr r« ·^* tt,' ^^i;*ffi'«y?£fSSe^r ^gaifeyVS^MoS-.^ ·«* TJ- ' '^7*-«*- BlS?^^ .·*}; «*5-. 'TENTH MAN' TAKES FULL COUNT Actors and New York's curious throng Shubert Alley Equity's threat to close one theater a day until salary 1 ; .J outside Booth Theater before curtain time for "The and pension demands are met. Producers answered by', _v,Tenth Man" last evening. The cast of 17 stayed away posting notices closing all Broadway theaters* today. ,.,· to attend; an Actors' Equity'meeting, carrying out / . - ' , . . . . , ., v r '..... ;^ ALL VENTURAS Equipment includes V-« Engine, Hydra- matlc. Super Deluxe Radio, Deluxe Heater and Defroster, Back-up Lights, Oil Filter, White Wail Tire*, 2-Spe«d Windshield Wipers . . . plug some with Power Steering and Power Brakes. ALL STAR CHIEFS Luxuriously equipped with Full Custom Interior Trim, Hydramatlc, Super D e l n x t Radio, V4 Engine, Deluxe Heater ft De- frwter, Oil FOter, White Wall Tim, Back- op Lfghti . . . phx some with Power Stew- Ing aad Power Brakes, FRI. - SAT. SPECIAL DRESS SALE Alexander's GRANT fc ALVERNON Open I:M t« I P.M. iDr. Rowe To Be Installed As Heart Assn. President ; Dr. Harold J. Rowe will be installed as president of the Southern Arizona Heart Assn. at the annual meeting tonight in the Pioneer Hotel. i The speaker at the 7 p.m. dinner meeting will be Dr. I Reuben G. Gustavson, professor of chemistry at the Uni| versity of Arizona. .His topic,will Rip Kir by, gentleman detective, ii among the belt comic strip c h a r a c t e r * . Read him daily in the Citi- be "Blossom of Medical Research "and Its Antecedents." ·· : At the meeting the following nominations to the board of directors will be presented to the membership; Dr. William A. Butcher. Dr. Andre; Bower, Dr. William McCauley, Jamef Durbin, Charles Gatewood, Mrs. Christopher Guarino and J. K. B. Hare. Also fncluded in the meeting will be a financial report, a'report by the executive director of .'.last year's activities, and presentation of awards- to outstanding' volunteers. ·: : . . · \ At the conclusion of the annual ANY MODEL SAFARI The** "Designed-For-You" Safarli are equipped with V-8 Engines, Hydramatfc, Super Deluxe Radio, Deluxe Heater ft Defroster, White Wall Tires, Oil Filter and lack-up Mint* . . . phis some with Power Steering and Power Brakes. VAUXHALLS A General Motors Product, these 4-Door Fam- ONLY 7 AT ONE PRICE By Sedans are equipped with I-Speed Transmission, Dual Control Heater, Z-Speed Windshield Wiper, Hydraulic Assisted Clutch, Arm Kest, se«e with White WaD Tires. 1887 S*ntr«l Moton Economy Cor: Tha VAUXHALL MANY PONTIACS INCLUDE: " Poirer Steering, Power Brakes, Two-Tone Point, Padded Da*h, Outsidf Mirror, and Pontinc'* Famous Economy Regular Fuel Engine. ALL CARS SERVICED DURING Bill HOFFMAN'S ONE-NICE SAIE: * Salesmen will b« their own bosses * Salesmen will make their own deals and no reasonable Trade-Difference . will b« refused. *" Look for the BILL HOFFMAN PONTIAC Salesman with the EXTRA MEASURE on his trousers... HE WILL SELL YOU THE PONTIAC DEAL OF A LIFETIME! IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 2 Finance Through GMAC or Your · Favorite Bank · AH Car* Offrrrrl rm a Fir»t-S»1e Baxig NEW CAR DEALERS 15 Wa inv'rf* your lodgrt er CK«rq« Aecounh all times. Y»u'll find ewr T«rmi v»ry ecn- vtnienf. m miVfSTON AND rMILES i · ClMTfl N. Orocfo Rd. -- Opm '« f p.m Every Ni^ht I»c«pt Sot. Swi. meeting ther,e will be a meeting 'of the new board of directors to elect officers for the co'ming_year. W Horizontal film h«ndcr«ft»d chassis for bnt porformvnco in portabto TV. SOVNDt; FRONT SPEAKER THE JAMAICA Modd E 1812L overall diagonal measure. 155 sq. inches of picture viewing area. In Tahitian Tan Color. ZENITH QUALITY PERFORMANCE FEATURES Two Hollywood Couples Separate HOLLYWOOD -UPI- Two Hol- jywood couples, both wtd 13 years, are heading for divorce court. Sir Cedric Hardwicke... W and his wife Mary, 32,. have Ihtir attorneys working out a property settlement and actsess Laraine Day, 40, and her husband Leo Durocher, 53, already have »igned a property settlement pending divorce action. Hardwicke and his wife have one child and Miss Day and Durocher, former manager of both the Dodgers and Giants baseball clubs, have two children. Con.ferenc.c On .Aging r Scheduleil At ASU v .' .'£ · · · - ? .-·'" · .--· - '.· .-.i*."-J TEMPE --UPI-- A confereniMu on aging will ! be held tomorrow.' and Saturday in the Memorial-. y ; Union at Arizona State" Univer-: «ty. ; · ; · · - · .-'· .''·'· ; " ·*·/;* ' Mrs. Grace Schell of 'Tucson Is--* chairman of the governor's committee on aging, a co-sponsor with · ASU. . · · · / . , · ' - · :' Conference chairniiu is. Dr.- Robert J. Hannell, Phoenix College dean. ,;. - · .-· · -i. Serving Ariiona · LEGAtRESEIVI TITLE INSURANCEI * MAM ·MCI, . . ITOMATAUMIM * IAITMM · M44 I. fPIWWAT MAIN 2-1311 When yo« select yonr B«W car, insist on Bank ok Tucson financing. Save with the LOWEST RATE IN ARIZONA! ($5 per f 100 per year) OKZiV p !*-»· FREE'!;;-'P A R K IH6 tocri occount imurtd TO »iO,Ouw by Federal Deposif Vwurewet Corp.

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