Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 13, 1967 · Page 18
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L..... PAGE 18 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N SATURDAY. MAY 13, |?67 ADVERTISING PAYS A few minutes spent checking old copies of and The readily reveal that many of Tucson's long established and most reputable business houses have relied heavily through the years on display advertising in the daily news* papers, to present their message to the public. YEARS or more Display Advertising has appeared in the Star and Citizen for these firms: JACOME'S DEPARTMENT STORE LANGERS 1 FLOWERS SOUTHERN ARIZONA BANK TRUST CO. ARIZONA MORTUARY INC. DAVE BLOOM SONS (Formeriy Meyers * B .«m) GIVEN BROS. SHOES STEINFELD'S * GRUNEWALD ADAMS ^^ GrMnwJJd * F. RONSTADT HARDWARE CO. , O'RIELLY MOTOR CO. J. C. PENNEY CO. TUCSON GAS ELECTRIC CO. MYERSON'S DEPARTMENT STORE «**, TUCSON WAREHOUSE TRANSFER CO. REUBEN GOLD'S FURNITURE STORES YEARS or more Display Advertising has appeared in the Siar and Citizen for these firms: LEVY'S DEPARTMENT STORE LEWIS SALON SHOES (Fo^yModeShoes) BRING'S FUNERAL HOME BAUM ADAMSON TIRE AUTOMOTIVE CO. MULCAHY LUMBER CO. LEEDS SHOE STORE SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO. GRABE ELECTRIC CO. ' GRONDONA'S YEARS or more Display Advertising has appeared in the Star and Citizen for these firms: The firms listed here are only a few selected at random from microfilmed copies of early papers. NU-ART PHOTO SERVICE EL CHICO WESTERN GIFTS COLLEGE SHOP BOPP HEALTH FOOD STORE TUCSON FERTILIZER CO. CITIZEN AUTO STAGE CO. WALLIS CLEANERS ARIZONA MAINTENANCE CO, WALSH BROS. OFFICE EQUIPMENT LARRY SAKIN CO, MORNING and SUNDAY E V E N I N G Printed, and Distributed by-4ucson Newspapers Inc. In most eases firms started with small space Display Contracts. Many havt increased the lixe and frequency of their newspaper ads with their own expansion and growth through the years. Others Have founif small space ads appearing consistently have been equally successful in contributing to their growth. PROVE to your own satisfaction what newspaper ad- verHsing can do for you! BOYEARSofevidenc* right here in Tucson prove it can be of benefit in establishing and helping your business grow! PHONE 622-5855 Let your account representative explain the advantages of, and th« reasonable investments Involved in small space contract display adveftisinfi Tin Stir tni tk Ciihfn itftrtlt tni i operations tnA n tmt ARMED CAMP Tight Lid Put On In Jackson JACKSON, Miss. (UPI)--A force of 200 National Guardsmen and 50 heavily armed polkemen clamped down a strict curfew early today in a campus area where a civil rights worker was shot to death during a riot. Armed with carbines and bayonets, the guardsmen were part of a force of 350 to 400 soldiers called out by Gov. Paul Johnson to put down racial violence on the campus of all- Negro Jackson State College. There were no immediate arrests from the curfew that Notice Given In Southwest Water Plight CORVALLIS, Ore. (UPI) - A California water expert has warned that the nation's economy may suffer unless a solution is soon found to the water problems of the Southwest. Dallas E. Cole of Los Angeles told an Oregon State University seminar that the nation could not afford to "let this vital segment of its economy go down hill for lack of water." Cole, chief engineer of the Colorado River Board of California, said some solution to the distressing problem "has to be found and will be found." He emphasized the impor- ance of the seven Colorado liver Basin states to the na- ion's economy and said It was inevitable" that a solution to he water problem must be ound. Cole also called for California o take a more cooperative attitude in helping solve the water roblems of its neighbors. He said the solution to the Southwest's water problem ap- eared to be in supplementing he flow of the Colorado river. went into effect at, 10 p.m. CDT Friday night. A Negro soldiw was stopped and questioned Authorities learned he had] marched in an earlier civil rights demonstration. He was lectured for not saluting. The curfew was restricted t o ' the campus area. Small groups of Negro youths gathered at honky tanks just outside the area. Occasionally, one would look toward the campus and four-lane Lynch Street, scene of riots Wednesday and Thursday night. About 300 Negroes marched under heavy police escort and supervision to City Hall Friday night to protest the fatal shooting of a Negro civil rights worker, Benjamin Brown, 22, felled by buckshot Thursday night when Negro youths charged police barricades. A National Guard helicopter hovered over the route. Policemen, wearing hard hats and carrying carbines, w e r e stationed at each intersection of the march route. There were no incidents and the march drew few white spectators. fLOWERS BY HAL BURNS 3600 E, SPEEDWAY PHOMI31S-2634 DfFCMOAtU SUVKE FOROVft4SYIARS Tom Inglis FLOWERS 2362 E.BROADWAY 622-4643 LANCER'S for all your Jloral weeds 60 E. Penningcoit MA. 2-4638 Funeral Announcements CALVILLO, Daniel, 15, of 719 W. Jadnto, died May llth. Survived by his mother, Mrs. Adelina Calvillo; brothers, Arturo with the US Air Force in Little Rock, Ark., and Ernest of Tucson; sisters, Mrs. Gloria Chase, of Spain, and Mrs. Alberta Herrera, of Tucson. He was a student at Amphitheatre High School. Arrangements pending, Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. COOPER, Thomas E., 83, of 1614 Circle A. Drive, died May 12th. Survived by sis- iters, Mrs. Alma Babcock and Mrs. Ethel Thornton. A 50-year member in Masonic Lodge, the Mariposa Chapter of OES, Catalina Conclave No. 1 Order of the True Kindred. Arrangements pending, Arizona Mortuary. Stone and Third Si EDWARDS, Anita, 85, of 1617 E. Miles, passed away M a y llth. Survived by daughters, Mrs. Vernon Quails, Midland, Texas, Mrs. Esther Moore, of Tucson; son, George Malaby, of Tucson; 8 grandchildren; 20 great-grandchildren; cousin, M r s . A n t o n i a Williams. Rosary 8 p.m., Sunday at R e H l y Chapel. Requiem Mass, St. Ambrose, Monday 9 a.m. Burial in Holy Hope Arrangements by Reilly Funeral Home. FLEMING, Hurley D., W, 1040 E. Water St., passed away May 12th. Mr. Fleming was an employee of the Wabash Railroad for 48 years, survived by wife, Margaret L.; step-children, Mrs. Mary Fleckenstein, of Springfield, 111., Mrs. Anita Hunt, of Decatur, 111.; Mrs. Kathryn Brewer, o' Tucson, nine step-grandchildren. Funeral services Monday, 10 a.m. at Biers Vaiiey Funeral Hame, 2545 N. Tucson Blvd. Burial in Evergreen Cemetery. GAMEZ, Maria Elena, 80, 10988 Tanque Verde Rd., died May llth. Survived by soni, Juan, Plo, Roberto, Rafael, Eteazar; 15 grandchildren. Rosary will be recited Sunday, I pm, Tucson Mortuary Chapel. Mass will be offeied Monday, 9 am, St. Cyril's Church. Interment to follow at Ft. Lowell Cemetery. Arrangements by TacMfl M«rt*ary 204 S. Stone. LEWIS, Harry, 77, of 413 "IT Prince, died May 12th. Survived by wife, Elizabeth i daughter Mrs. Sally Elbon, of Washington; sister, Mrs. Janet Grail, of Florida; granddaughter, Miss Gloria Lewis, of Ohio; and grandson, James Reynolds, of England. Arrangements pending, Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. OGG. Pearl 85, of 2516 S. 4th Ave. entered" into rest May 12, Sister of Mrs. Lottie M. Taylor, of Tucson and Noble Lynde, of Colo. Funeral services and burial will be in Seattle, Wash, firing's Memorial Chapel, 236 S. Scott. PUENTE, Maria Felix, 57, 1925 S. Fremont, died May 9th. Survived by husband, Lambert; brother, Narcho; nephews, David Felix, of Ajo, Jimmy Felix, of Ajo, Gabriel Felix, of San Jose, CaL, Tony Felix, of Tucson; n i e c e s , Mrs. Clara Yarbrough, of Colton, Cal., Mrs. Lenora Lee, of Las Vegas, Nev. Margaret Felix, of · Phoenix. Services and interment in Sells, Ariz. Local arrangements by Tucson Mortuary, 204 S. Stone. TILLMAN,~~ Lorenzo" M., 24, of 1434 S. San Jacinto Dr., passed May 12th. Survived by parents, Mr. and Mrs. J o s e p h P e t t y ; sister, Y v o n n e THlman; grand- m o t h e r , Mrs. Christine J a c k s o n . Arrangements p e n d i n g , Reilly Funeral Home. WALLACE, Tom J., Sr., 68, of Pasadena, California, formerly of Tucson, died May 8th. Survivec" by wife, Mildred; sons, Tom J., Jr., and George Wallace, of Tucson; daughter, Mrs. Richard Finley, of La Habra, Calif.; sisters, Mrs. Anne Pickrell, and Mrs. .Dorothea Mayhan, of Tucson; and 11 grandchildren. Services Sunday, 2 p.m., First Christian Church; Rev. George Tolman officiating. The family would prefer any expressions of sympathy be made to the U of A Medical School, or Alumni Fund. Friends may call Saturday afternoon and evening, at Arizona Mortuary, Stone and Third St. YOUNG, Von Sharon, 21, 1155 N.'. Catalina, passed away May 10th. Survived by husband, Edward; parerus, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Latham, of Tucson; brother, Aaron, of Princeton, N.J. Services will be conducted Monday, 10 am, St. Paul's Methodist Church. R*v. Comer Alden will officiate. Pallbearers: John and Lewis Cozby, Robert Latham, Richard Bartholomew. Tom and Bruce Anderson. Entombment in South Lawn Mausoleum. Ar- r,ang«nenti by Adair Vm*r- al H»roe, Dodge and Speedway. ' ^

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