Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 14
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 14

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 14
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PAGE 14 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 AF Dealing In Half Truths, . f - i,-.Prof. McDonald Charges SUMMER FACELIFTING SCHEDULED --Architect's Dnwinf, Anne J. Kysdale When sorority girls of Sigma Delta Tau return to the UA campus in the fall they will occupy a completely remodeled sorority house at 1322 E. 1st St. The $75,000 project will consist of curved sun-screen masonry panels at the front of the existing building, and improved sleeping and dining accommodations in the rear. SUMMER RATES LEASES FURNISHED APARTMENTS Studios -- 1 and 2 Bedroom · Coffee Shop · Dining Room "Swimming Pool -- Telephones -- 'Utilities Included Refrigerated Cooling 4th Country Club Apartments at Country Club EAtt 7-3461 2 Bedroom--Schooli--Utilities--Refrigeration Palo Verde Apartments :2152 N. Countrr Club EA 6-8181 $75,000 Renovation Planned By UA Sorority A $75,000 remodeling project is planned for the Sigma Delta Tau sorority house at 1322 E. 1st St. The University of Arizona's newest sorority will build sleeping accommodations for 20 girls, dining facilities for 60 girls, and a large chapter room in the remodeling according to Mrs. | -- _____--_ M. B. Silberman, president of the kitchen and w bedr(X)ms ^ ^ sorority building corporation. Construction plans call for the addition of 3000 square feet of floor space to the existing 1000 square feet. The present house area will be converted into a chapter room and house mother's suite.' Additions to the building consist of a curved sun-screen masonry facade to hide the existing building. A living and dining area, a Trmrtdoy--Friday--Saturday Spec/'o/i 128 N. Ston. Daily 8 to 10 Sun. 9 to 7 Complet* Mkf. 55, N. Swin Daily 8 to 9 Sunday 9 to 6 Meats Product Only D O U B I E ORANGE STAMPS TUESDAY A Ll-WtAT CHUNK SALAMI BOLOGNA 29 FREE HOB Orange Stamps BANANAS IONG CHEESE IAIGE HAM sucis 22' CHUCK 59' BREAD SUNSHINf FLOBR M U. BA« 1.39 LUNCH MEAT 12-OZ. CAN FOLGEI'S i«^ COFFEE OUND a 59' 100 FT. ROLLS 2 33' POUND CAN ·OtOfWS SAUB tr 45* ORANGE STAMPS GIRIfR STRAINID BABY FOOD F99 tttctKi 3 - 23 s UMT HKHIS HE8EKVH) ^^^^^H added at the rear of the house. The addition was designed by Anne J. Rysdale Associates, and Irving Buchman will be the contractor. Sigma Delta Tau, national Jewish sorority, was chartered on the campus last November. Board members of the building corporation include Dr. and Mrs. Seymour Shapiro, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Levy, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bloom, Mrs. Betty Eisenberg, and Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Silberman. Brandon, Fla., Buries Its Political Cadavers BRANDON, Fla. -- Iff) -- They bury the political dead here--but it'i all in good humor. "Tombstones," b e a r i n g the names of local leaders who tup- ported Doyle E. Carlton Jr. for governor, popped up in the center of town following the defeat of the Wauchula rancher. The graves appear after every important election. They're regarded as a form of well-wishing from backers of unsuccessful candidates to political foes. Contract Suit Seeks Over $100,000 A bi^ach of contract suit for more than $100,000 in damages has ben filed in Superior Court by the former manager of a drug store. i Charles JV Elkins, the plaintiff, said he entered info an agreement with Mr. and Mrs. John D. Nichols and John D. Nichols Store Management Service Inc., an Ohio coporation for the operation of the Miracle Mile Drug Co., 2334 N. Oracle Rd. Elkins, in his complaint, said the Nicholses were to furnish $15,000 as an investment and provide another J15.000 in credit. Elkins would serve as manager in return for one-third interest m the store and an indefinite salary, to be computed on ane-third of the store's profits. He Mid the defendants breached the agreement when his position was terminated May 14 without cause. The suit, prepared by Atty. John W. Ross Jr., asks for an amount equal to one-third of the business and for $100,000 as loss of livelihood. ABA Membership Up CHICAGO--UPI--The American Bar Assn. says its membership increased by 5,173 during the past 10 months to an all-time high of 97,206. STINK with * «z. ·r m*r« mm COffEE Deluxe Ml. Lemmon Cabin Sell or Trade Near lodge and radar station on deeded lano". Redwood exterior, knotty pine interior. 2 story with full basement, bath, water and electricity. Fully furnished--year around accessibility. Excellent terms. Merchant's Finance Co. 45 W. F.nnington MA 3-1411 Evening* and Weekends call Mr. PenderxraH, MA J-I1M Evasion and half truths in the ICBM missile location controversy were charged today to the Air Force by Dr. James E. McDonald, University of Arizona physicist heading the Committee Against Ringing Tucson with Titans. McDonald denounced as deceptive the Air Force statement issued yesterday through Sen. Carl Hayden which explained that launching pads are put near existing bases' to save money and thai population centers are likely missile targets in event of war. "The one key word, 'fallout' is not mentioned anywhere in this Air Force statement," said McDonald, ".although our entire protest concerns fallout hazards to Tucsonians who would be trapped Tvithin a ring of H-bombed Titan bases." McDonald declared the Air O 0 O Young Demos Back AF In Controversy The Young Democrats of Greater Tucson yesterday joined the growing list of local organizations expressing confidence in the Air Force in the location of Titan missile bases to be constructed in this area. The group had previously discussed the matter of danger from atomic fallout if the bases are located upwind (west) of the city and asked that the Air Force send a representative to discuss the problem. However, yesterday it was decided that in the light of recent developments in the missile debate the service probably would not send a representative. The resolution of confidence was proposed by City Councilman Warren Walker and patsed with no dissenting votes. Fireworks Explosion Injures Two Mrs. Raymond Bird, 21, of 4411 E. 32nd St., is still suffering the effects of smoke and funies she inhaled yesterday as she was caught in the middle of a premature Fourth of July fireworks display at Nogales, Son. With a former classmate from Kansas City, Mrs. Joyce Gilliland, 21, she was talking to the proprietor of a small shop when the place became alive with exploding rockets, firecrackers, roman candles and cherry bombs. "The whole place was on fire. The fire department was there and the police. I think everyone in Nogales, Mexico, was there," Mrs. Bird said today. Hysterical from the noise and burns on her legs and dress, Mrs. Bird said she escaped unnoticed from the melee and ran down the street yelling for her husband. She recalls that Mexican women from another shop took her into their place of business and rubbed alcohol on her face and arms in an attempt to calm her jagged nerves. Mrs. Gillila/id, who was able to get to the street at the beginning of the burns. explosion, received minbr Force was "internally inconsistent'/ in predicting in one point- that American cities would be missile targets and, in another point, inferring that the Russians would fire mostly at U. S. military bases to wipe out possible retaliation. He quoted Sen. Barry Goldwater as saying bombers at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base would "be useless by 1962" as refutation to the Air Force statement that, "by virtue of its manned bomber mission, (D-M) is in all probability a primary target" "It would seem to follow," McDonald declared, "that by about ,1962, Tucson's only important attack danger will reside in the Titans themselves and not in the air base itself." The Air Force contention tha setting the bases farther out from D-M would "contribute relative!; minor additional blast, therma and promp tradiation effects" or Tucson was described by McDon aid as stopping "short of the fu truth." "Its net implication is entirelj false and objectionably decep tive," he asserted. "Whoever wrote that statement only gave three of the four mai effects of nuclear weapons, omit ting the greatest killing factor of them all--radioactive fallout. . "Prompt radiation must not be confused with local fallout," h warned. "Multimegaton surfac bursts at the Titan sites will la down lethal blankets of gamma emitting debris for tens of thou sands of square miles downwim of the sites. The mere 20-mile dis placement from Tucson will mean nothing, if it .is a 20-mile displacement to south, west or north. "The Tucsonian who may reki this half truth without clearl; Blasting Cap Search Turns Up Seventy A 5-year-old boy who told hi father he had been carrying around Masting caps for two days touched off a search last High which turned up about 70 cap* in a Card! avenue neighborhood. The iheriff's office, said Willi 0. Anspach of 3250 N. Cardi Ave. reported his son, Roger, cam home with two caps in his pocket Deputies John A. Gammons Jr. Richard Williams and John U Lyons learned that a quantity o caps had been found by Homer F. Buntin, 3256 N. Cardi, whose 3-year-old daughter had discov ered some. Williams found additional caps in the bushes and Lyon came across * box of 50. The blasting caps were reported ly of the fuse type, which can be exploded by striking them. A person familiar with blasting caps said the fuse type migh explode if dropped if they were old enough. Oldest Living Grad NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.-UPI- Dr. Louis F., Patf, 96, of Brockton N. Y., oldest living graduate ol Rutgers University,, will teac Rutgers' parade of 2,000 alumni at comrnsicement exercises June 4. Ruf is the lone survivor of the class of 1885. \\ Flapjack means perfect pancakes Have you tried "Flapjack"yet? Albers "special" leavening action does wonders for fluffy lightness. Albers puts in just the right amount SV! of select dairy buttermilk for tender, perfect /, pancakes. realizing what is meant by "prompt radiation" may ask with us whether Sen. Hayden has not been given a subtly deceptive statement to pass on to Arizonans." McDonald challenged the Air Force economy position by figures indicating Tucson's two Titan squadrons will cost JSOQ million. "Why, then," he asked, "can't we spend perhaps J20 million for permanently useful roads (to far- off sites) which would permit location of the Titans on the safer ·downwind side of Tucson?" Youth's Body Sought In Canyon Lake By Associated fttm Sheriff's deputies today began dragging Canyon Lake for the body of one of two youths drowned in Arizona swimming accidents yesterday. The victims were Donald BJack- burn, 12, Casa Grande, and Jamef Young, 19, Mesa. Young drowned while trying to swim across a ISO-yard wide creek draining into Canyon Lake, about 35 miles northwest of Mesa. He was on an outing with three other youths. you SAVE On every Quart with FOREMOST INSTANT HOMOGENIZED MILK ITS NEW There's never been a milk like Foremost! It's a totally new product-just likt bottled homogenized milk-only the water hat been removed. 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