Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 8
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 8

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
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PAGES T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 SPROUSE-REITZ S P E C I A L S MEN'S SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS Woven gingham plaids in assorted colors. Sizes Small, Medium Large *» SPECIAL 1 MELMAC DINNERWARE SETS GOLD-N-ROSE PATTERN 45-Pc. Set, Reg. $25.95 SPECIAL *19,97 I6-Pe.Set.Reg. $8.95 SPECIAL $7.44 32-Pc. Set, Reg. $17.95 SPECIAL *1S.47 3-Pc. Placa Sitting, Reg. $1.98 SPECIAL *1.47 SHEET PILLOW CASE GIFT SETS BY CANNON PERCALE SETS 1 Sheet--81x108 2 Pillow Cases-42 x 38'/2 Colored trim on white Reg. $6.98 SPECIAL *5.49 MULTI STRIPES * PRINTS on White Muslin I Sheet--81x108 2 Cases 42 x 36 Reg. $5.49 SPECIAL '4.49 LADIES' BLOUSES Assorted styles end colors. Sizes 32,34,36 and 38. *|47 Rtg.fl .99. SPECIAL I Combed Cofton TEE SHIRTS "Steve Canyon" Imprint Sizes 4, e,8, 10,12. C*V 9 Reg. $1.29. SPECIAL O/ 9" WHITE PAPER PICNIC PLATES 100 regular wt. plates or 80 heavy wt. plates Regular $1.00 SPECIAL-.:::.-.:-...,.,... CANNON TOWELS Fluffy terry cloth, 22 x 44" Size. Regular Weight. 3 For $2.00 HEAVYWEIGHT CANNON BATH TOWELS 22x44" Size 2 For $1.50 87' 250 EMBOSSED WHITE PAPER NAPKINS LADIES' PANTIES 2-bar Acetate Tricot that will give long wear. Elastic leg, contour crotch. Choose from pink, blue, maize, white. Sizes 5, 6, 8,9 10. SPECIAL 37' MISSES' CROP TOP BLOUSES Sleeveless styles in white and pastel colors. Reg. $1.00 APfe SPECIAL O / SURF TURF VINYL UTILITY PADS For beach, lawn or car. Sizes 25 x 72". Asst. color plastic covers filled with cotton. Regular $1.98 fid 6 SPECIAL. , 99 MANY OTHER SPECIALS -Not Advertised! BRAND NEW I960 CHRISTMAS CARDS 2 FOR THE PRICE OF ONE! Boxed Assortments 29« 59 C Solid Pack Boxes 25* 50* and *1.00 and '1.00 Drip-Dry Finish DENIM FABRIC 36" width in assorted colors--plain and stripes Reg. 69e yd. SPECIAL Green Plastic GARDEN HOSE 13/32 with 3-yr. Guarante* SPECIAL $147 I PLASTIC WASTE BASKETS Star Dust Design 8-qt. Round SPECIAL 57« 15-qt. Round SPECIAL 97« SPROUSE - REITZ · 4724 tu Broadway · mi C. Broadway · S29 W. Valencia Rd. * 2332 N. Campbell West Grant Mead LAUNDRY CARTS Folding metal frame with drill basket and clothes pin bag, four casters. Regular $3.39. SPECIAL $O47 2 PLENTY OF FREE PARKING OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYS THEY RECEIVED DEGREES TOO --eitlu* Wwte The University of Arizona gave honorary doctoral-degrees last night to the four men shown here with Dr. Richard A. Harvill (center), UA president. They are (left to right), Donald Sipe Kennedy, president of Oklahoma Gas Electric Co.; Dr. Joseph Wood Krutch, Tucson author-sad ^he-commeflcement speaker, Dr. Emery Stephen Bogardus, University of Southern California sociologist; and Guy Emerson, art director of the Kress Foundation. Voting Places In Churches Protested To Supervisors Arguments about separation of church and 'state were heard at length yesterday by the County Board of Supervisors as three Tucsonians protested the use of church buildings for polling places. It was agreed by all that nothing could be done about changing locations this year, but the protes- Wanted DUPLEX Must be in Top Location and Excellent Condition. Send description, location and price to P.O. lex 4927 Tucson, Arizona tors tried to get a commitment that two years hence the precinct boundaries would be ao arranged as to provide public buildings for the polling places. Appearing before the board were the Rev. Dr. Hayden S. Sears, pastor of C a t a l i n a Methodist Church; Clyde Phillips, a Catalina High School teacher who is a member of that congregation; and Royden Lebrecht, 4065 E. Cooper St They represented Protestants and Other Americans United for Separation of Church and State. Since county elections will intervene before the next change of precinct boundaries, the supervisors were unable to commit themselves so far ahead. However, "Supervisor Thomas Jay explained that polling places were picked on the basis of need and convenience and that five minutes spent in a church building poll would not affect a man's beliefs. "We're not picking church buildings with any prejudice or malice," he said. "Any time we can find a public facility, we will attempt to do so." New precincts have to be established by the county before the STACOAT PAINTS SPECIAL PRICES Point interior walls with stacoat WONDERCOAT VINYUATEX INTERIOR WALL PAINT · thins wifh wafer · ·t/orfess--washable · easy to appfy-- rof/er *r brush Beautiful ready-mixed colon with matching ternl er high glee* enamel A 5.96 Value Special All Colors. EXTRA SPECIAL Marine Spar Varnish Clear gtoM--exterior $4% JO and Interior-- ^Pw* A S4.K value G«I. ·* Spitialt on Logwood Oifs Clear Logwood Oil Protects--beautifie»-«Mtherpnwfi A Sl.» value SPECIAL REDWOOD STAIN SST '2 4 i .A $3.95 V.lut Clean-up with Bungalow WhHi Paint II Fences, Barns, etc. oil base white only Si A $2.95 V«/t»e |98 t*=r. I Naughton Plumbing SALES COMPANY Dec. 1 preceding state and county elections^ Sears based his arguments on three points. He said that some churches desired their members not to visit churches of other faiths; that an American had the right to believe or not to believe in any faith; and that a church in accepting rental money was violating its tax-exempt status. BaFry Says Congress Aids Soviets WASHINGTON-«-Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz) says Congress it playing into the hands of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev by in- vettigating the collipte of the Summit Conference. In a Senate speech yesterday, Goldwater Mid Khrushchev tried to use the U2 spy plane incident as a weapon with which to blackmail me United States into making last-minute concessions m Berlin. When President Eisenhower called Khrushchev's bluff, aaid Goldwater, the Soviet leader used the incident as an excuse for blowing up the conference. The Arizona senator said inquiries into the collapse of the Summit will merely aid Khrushchev in diverting attention from what Goldwater termed his "major diplomatic defeat" Both the Senate Foreign Relations and the House Foreign Affairs committees are investigating the Summit collapse. 10 DAY SPECIAL Frifildng Ante Ait-conditioner Installed Complete with * Dual Squirrel Cage Blowers * Magnetic Chitch 1 Year Unconditional Warranty 00 '285 14 Months to Pay approved credit JOHNSON'S AUTO MPAIR 1117 N. AJvernen EA7-1M1 "Don't risk it-wt'll fix it" County Signs Contract For Radios ·Rie County Board of Supervisors yesterday entered into a five - year lease - purchase agreement with General Electric for new -high frequency radio equipment to serve the SherifFi and Highway departments. A new transmitter will -be let up on Mt. Lemmon near the Air Force radar installation. Also, former equipment used on Tuma- moc Hill west of A Mountain will be moved there. With the move, county car* will be receiving better coverag« with less interference, GE offi- ckli Mid. There will be no mor« interference from out-of-it«te police calls. An advantage to the Mt Lemmon location it its all-year accessibility, according to County Engineer Walter Burg. The move from Tumamoc Hill alto it necessitated by a change in ownenhip. Presently federal land, it will be turned over to the University of Arizona on Jan, 1 in a land swap by which rh« government gets land in taguaro National Monument. Tin. new radio system wiH probably go In operation in late fall as it take* about M days to get Uoendng from the Federal Communications Commission. The supervisors were informed that because of crowded airwaves, me government M putting through a high frequency program in which narrow radio bands will be used. As it is, the Sheriff's Department radios would have had to be modified by 1963. The present equipment to be retained will be kept for distant communication to such points as Ajo and Phoenix. The new equipment primarily will provide free reception in Greater Tucson. Shadow reception arets will be eliminated through the use of a second ground station. Whenever a car enters a poor-reception area, the driver can switch his set over to the ground station. The new rental service initially will be at the rate of $676 a month for the Highway Department and around $1,150 for the Sheriff's Department. U. S. To Look Into Auto Exhaust Effect* WASHINGTON --UPI- The Senate has passed and sent to the White House a bill directing me government to make a study of the effect of automobile exhaust on the public health. The measure requires the surgeon general to submit a report to Congress on the study wiflito two years. JUNE SPECIAL I 1. 2. 3* 4. 5. (, 7. 8. S. 10. 10 Point Service Plan Save $10.00 Test all tubes Clean all controls Clean safety glass Adjust horizontal circuit Adjust vertical circuit Adjust sound circuit Clean and adjust channel selector Adjust deflector yoke Test antenna circuit Clean picture tube · *9.50 A»A TV 1110 SO. *TH AVE. 4124 C. StfiDWAY

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