Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 44
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 44

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 44
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I \\ Who. mei Re newspaper - . . . - ; . .' - ' ": :i .'-'""' - ' , "-. You might as well ask 'did Romeo love Juliet? Listen--if it weren't for my newspaper every day, I'd b* ; lost! Not to mention the great howl that would be put up by i the rest of the family! Boy, I can hear them now. fci · / * First, there's the wife. The family budget is her department, and without the grocery ads to shop (not to mention the hundreds of other ads she reads) our budget would go right out the window. Then, too, she enjoys all the woman's .features which appear daily ... recipes, social and club news and beauty features. And literally dozens of other features that she reads regularly. And then there are the kids. The younger generation's interest in all that goes on about them never ceases to amaze me. They read the comics, of c ourse, but their interests don't end there. No siree, not by a long shot. They go over the sports pages, the general news, the ads . . . well, there, just , isn't anything they miss. . Last but not least (that's my opinion, at any rate), is me. A daily newspaper has been a part of my life for years and years, and the horrible thought of trying to do without it kind of shakes me up. I guess there just isn't any part of the paper I don't read ... yes, even the women's pages. After all, I'm the guy who has to pass on the new recipes as well as milady's latest fashions... (this is one the few prerogatives that I still retain around home.) I find, too, that I'm a pretty dull conver- sationalist if I'm not up on the latest market news, sports, politics, local and world news. And let me tell you this ... as long as it's my money this family is spending, I'm going to keep « . . up on the advertising, too. I know a good value when I see it, and I see them every day in the newspaper. To boil it down as simply as possible, I guess my daily newspaper is one of the last things in the world that I'd ever give up. It's just too important to everyone in ihe family for; entertainment, edu- cation and maintenance of the family budget. I guess you . could just about call it 'one of the family'," // the Star and Citizen are not presently ^members of your family, invite them in today and open up a whole new world of information and entertainment. Arizona thiiln (Tucson Dailfi d i l b c n Produced and distributed by Tucson Neivtpapers Inc. TELEPHONE MAin 2-5855, EXT. 211-217, FOR PROMPT HOME DELIVERY

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