Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 9
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 9

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
Page 9
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Maynard Campbell, president ol the Tucson Y's Men's -;clnb, has Just announced the club's second annual Christmas tree sale..Campbell says X!s Men will again have a carJoad^of; selected Christmas trees for sale on the lot adjacent to El Rancho market-on East Speedway. t:Ttie. actual' sale Is scheduled,^ begin Saturday, Dec. 9, but ndranqe sales .will be under way very shortly. He pointed out that the proceeds of last-ryear's successful' sale enabled the "club to send 20 under-privileged boys to summer camp, give a $100 bill to help rebuilt war ravaged youth facilities abroad, and serve youth in many other ways. Israel Cabinet TroublesEnd JERUSALEM, Oct SO.; (ff)-- Israeli political , parties patched ' Tip their difficulties last -night :and paved the way for' a new : coalition . cabinet; Their action 'forestalled .the dissolution, of the Knesset (parliament) and new general elections. Premier .David Ben-Gurion, Mapai (Labor) party leader who resigned two weeks, ago, apparently is slated to head, the new government. A Mapai party spokesman "said 'the ne\y cabinet lineup might be an nounced today. An agreement between the Mapa and the religious bloc paved the way to an end of the Israeli cabine crisis. Ben-Gurion had resigned after the" bloc's three cabinet rep resentatives refused to support gov eminent. shifts the premier pro posed -,to-:. meet .Israel's financial difficulties^ One of the four parties in the religious bloc, Mizrachi, refused to endorse the agreement and said ii would not support -the new government This' :tlon, however, sttt. left ' ; .the incoming coalition with a comfortable parliamentary jority. Sentence Ends Bogus Checks A siege of bogus check -writing through the state of California and at Tucson ended today when Jamesj t Ross Crom was sentenced to serve | from three to four'years in the' state penitentiary at ^Florence. | Sentence was imposed by Superior Judge Lee Garrett. Crom, 37, of Maumee, Ohio, was charged by Chief Deputy County Atty. Darre] G. Brown with cash- Ing over 5400 in worthless checks in Tucson during a two-day period. Brown also said there have been hold warrants placed against Crom here on similar charges , in ,San Diego, Berkeley and Los Angeles. The prosecutor said Crom cashed a bogus check in Los Angeles to get to Tucson. / Judge Garrett sentenced Leonard Bautista, 2S, of 'Sells, a two-year suspended'.sentence on-.'his-plea of guilty to. .aggravated -battery. According to the. prosecutor's .report, Bautista was making love, to'his girl friend on East 26th street, near South. Ninth' avenue, when.- they were stoned. · According to. an investigating- off i.cer^i Baiitista : hit -an 11-year-old -boy-over the-Jieadi'with a wine bottle. The boy's injuries necessitated stitches to close' the wound. ' 64 Still At Large In 'Worst' 'Prison Break SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico, Oct 30. (ff)--Sixty-four desperate still were st large"today"afteFth'e" Prison 'officials saldMT had been land 'today. island's worst prison break in his- recaptured, Tur the two ring- tory~A~total of 111 prisoners shot leaders/and-, 'several Bother armed .·i J ' "i« n « /Infr nf T*!-. T » J -- J -- « « finlc-l^-nfiVIr*^ fr H ll,,*\I?tt»*a « + l a f W Q , Oft- p r i s o-n.' L Saturday, Rio Piedras killing -two criminals guards and' 1 " injuring" four others. II AV ft 19 NOV. 3'IZ PHOENIX Bring Drama To ,/; Vets' Hospital .WASHINGTON, .Oct. SO. About 100;cfoUeges and universities are^Joinlng a,.program to bring all forins of drama to patients in some 40 veterans' hospitals. file veterans' .administration, announcing;.' this today, · said the program should get mjo full swing within a month. · Students f in the English and draina departments will visit the hospitals in their area, to: 1. Present entertainment -- col lege plays, reading, sketches-- In hospital wards and dayrooms. 2. -Instruct interested patients in theatrical work and advise them in .-writing, producing, costuming and,, staging productions of their own. ALV1N WESSLER .Republican For REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT NO, 10 Vote for -him at Peter- Howell School, Ft. Lowell School and Beach's Maytag. Store on Grant Road. When you're OUT OF TOWN IN A HURRY OR AT HOME , · . * .. .bank by mail. It's easy, efficient, and safe. Just endorse your checks "For Deposit Only," register letters containing cash, and mail them to us at the office -where you carry your account. You'll be surprised how quickly your account is · credited and the duplicate deposit slip is returned to you. Save Time · Bank by Mail ONA COMPANY MAIN OFFICE 32 North Stona CAMPBELL OFFICE SOUTH SIDE OFFICE Campbell at 1st S. 6th at E 22nd MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP." VOTE 100 YES m PLANT NOW FOR SPRING BLOOMS DUTCH IRIS--RANUNCULUS--DAFFODILS CALENDUI/A--SNAPS--STOCKS * ' SWEET PEA- SPECIAL -- Seed, Plant Food, JO AA Tralnettes--Valne $2.60 .... .- '- NOW '«»· . DESERT. GARDENS NURSERY 1 3105 East Speedway "· Phone 5-2625 I THE COMPLETE GARDEN AND FLORAL CENTER 'The" break at the prison, abou 10 miles from San Juan, occurr«( prisoners- still-*were at, large. -.. Po- during visiting hours. Prisoners lice* were k L'checMng " roads^anjistabbed a, guard, grabbed his gun thoroughfares throughout' the Js-|and_-sei2ed' ammunition from the : Exclusive but net Expensive Are' Yon- Planning - -~ a Home Permanent? Let Andree Shape ' Your Hair Properly SHAPING $ land $1.50 PERMANENTS from $7.50 · LUZIER'S fine Cosmetics 3050 E. BROADWAY Country Club at Broadway I?CJ BROADWAY JTLLAGE ^ BEAUTY SAI.ON ' PHOtiE 5-9591 No Parking Worries jrlson -arsenal. · They-showdown.* guard at the main gate, .but were jnable to shoot off the lock. The ugitives finally escaped-through tie prison ".kitchen. - , " , Qfarimt fflttiirn ' Mondiy Iv.nlng, Oct. M, 1IM ·Kenya produces -about J.3,000,W)0 pounds of'tea"-a« year. . Visit our new GIFT SECTION * *.* Use Our Xmas Lay-Away TUESDAY . . . Last day of our valueful,.money-saving Green^Tag Days! New stocks have been added to supplement all£rs«,n Tan items that vanished in Monday's selling! Shop early on Tuesday, avoid the crowds ... you'll find super, Green Tag values in every department! _ -^^LS"^ In Our 96th W Year Values you've dreamed about! Huge Remnant Clearance % price Never before have yon ever seen such a mountainous choice of fine materials including wonderful, usable lengths in cottons, silks, wools and rayons. Attractive patterns! Many 3 and 3^-yard lengths! Be here early Tuesday morning for these quality remnants! Second Floor Regular Values to 25.00 in Women's Summer Dresses '6-'9 Green Tags mean big savings for you! You'll know it the minute you see these beautifully detailed, finely made dresses! There are sheers, voiles, broadcloths, dotted Swisjses and novelty prints. Not all sizes or colors. Street Eloor Men's Shoes Keg. Values to 14.95 8.45 Sizes and colors are broken, but if you find a pair that fits, you'll make a real savings! Come early Tuesday morning, and get the pick of the lot! All nationally-known, makes! ' . - - . 'Street Floor Men's Wear REGULAR 15.00 PART-WOOL SPORT SHffiTS in both button-front and pullover styles. Broken range of sizes and colors. 1 /2 price MEN'S WESTERN SHIRTS in 100% all-wool gabardine by a famous maker. Button and snap closing. -Broken sizes and colors. Regular values to 16.50. Pearls! A Very Special Purchase! 114 · ·Iv · Fln$ Fed. tax One, two, three and four strands with rhinestone clasp . . . graduated pearls. A few pendant and dog collar styles, also. Earrings to match, 1.00 plus Fed. tax^ Street Floor Millinery Clearance Reg. tolO.95 Reg. to 15.9 5 Fine felts, velours and velvets, values to'10.95! An'd an outstanding selection of dressy hats, values to 15.95 . . . reduced to clear! Street Floor ' Regular Values to 89.95 in New Luxury-Fabric Suits '44-'58 Such wonderful values! Think of it ... new fall'suits in tweedf, checks, gabardines, wool crepes, worsteds and novelty fabrics in both' tailored and dresses styles! Sizes are broken . . . but every item meant an outstanding value to you! Street Floor MEN'S WESTERN SHDlTS.In rayon and wool mixture, well-known brand. Broken range of sizes and colors. Regular values to 7.50. 1/2 prfM MEN'S WHITE SHIRTS in size only. Sanforized, in fine white broadcloth. Regular values to 4.95. 1 /2 price Street Floor Boys' Wear !/2 price BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS, white with color stripe, regular 2.25 values! SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS, regular values to 2.95! STRING KNIT SHIRTS, short sleeves, .regular 1.95 values! RAYON GABARDINE SLACKS, regular 5.95-values! Lower Floor 1 / 2 price Housewares Yon can have your ironing table you want, in spite of rising price*-and-the metal shortage! Ventilated top".and iturdy metal legs. An easy 8.95 value. CHARCOOK, the indoor charcoal Lroil- - er. Completely ^portable,, use it on your ' dinner table or in the patio. Charcoal included. Regular 4.95 values. lower Floor Reg. 1.35 pr. Values in Girls' Socks !/2 price Made of finest DuPont crimp-set nylon with popular ribbed top. In beige, blue, pink or yellow! Perfect for casual and campus wear! Sizes 9-10}£. Street Floor Values to 7.95 in Women's Shoes 5.00 Wonderful savings on your favorite casual and loafer'type shoes. 'In red, green, brown, beige, or black. Buy -several pair! Street Floor- ' Values from 49c to 1.59 Famed Towels 1/8 Off These are discontinued Humbert of ·Cannon and CaUaway towels. Not" all jolors in all sizes but-all a real bargain.'! Second Floor WOVEN BEDSPREADS,-from Bates, Monument Mills . . . single and double. Discontinued styles,- Values to 10.50. 1/3 Off .,.-_ , ,,---.,-^ Second Floor ·^ -Regular Values to 29.95 in : New "this "Fall Dresses '10 -'16 , Fresh fall dresses in wools, plaids, crepes, failles -- to put on right thli minute! . . . Wear to cocktails and your afternoon occasions. Also, casually tailored street dresses. Sizes 9-15, 10-20, 38-44, and 'Not all colors in all sizes. Street Floor Marvelous Values in One-of-a-Kind ' Designer Formats, and Coats Vi price You'll know the designers the minute you see these lovely creations! Formats and dressy cocktails for those holiday parties . . . luxurious American designer fall coats fashioned to wear everywhere . . . both marvelous values so seldom found! Street FIcxx. Drapery Remnants % price Come early for best selection! Hand- prints, Chintz, Saadoth and Pebbletex bolt ends', 36 to 48 inches' wide.- Good usable lengths! - . Second Floor Value Buyg in Fine Linens Vt price ,, *- ~ ^*"" A bargain laKIe;*£~fancy linens that includes .bridge scU, place, matt, and guest to^elf. ' v -Second Floor Last Day Tuesday for Saving* in Our Furniture: Clearance; Green Tag merchandise on sale meant-savings*for you! If you're plan* ning'to refurnish a(room,~or.a house . . . it means even more!' Come^to^ our Furniture Department . . : see-for yourself the many,: many fin* values . . . . some reduced as much as half-price! Second Floor'

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