Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 3
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 3

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
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TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN TKE AMERICAN ABROAD ·'··Cr STIUUflLY? -fr Best-seller'-TheUglyAmerican" Is now 3'A million copie$ o|d. Has It affected our foreign policy? In this week's Post.auihors Burdick and ledercr bring you up to date. Tell how, after censure by the State Dept., they still get hundreds of fetters from citizens asking, "What can I do to help?" Read their story In May 4 The Saturday Evening POSI ^ A m e r i c a s most quoted magazine 'j Tucscui High PTA To Install r Judge and Mrs. Lee Garrett will be installed as co-presidents of Tucson High School PTA Thursday night in ceremonies in the school's gymnasium. Other new officers include Mr. and Mrs. L. E, Roberts, 1st vice presidents; Mr. and Mrs. Andy Tolson, 2nd. vice presidents; Miss Elaine Wuer- schmidt, 3rd vice president; Mrs. Virginia Bach, 4th, vice president; Mr, and Mrs. Herman Schiesel, corresponding secretaries; Dr. and Mrs. Elmer Yeoman, recording secretaries, and Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Bejarano, treasurers. The program for the meeting, at 7:45 p.m., will be furnished by high school students. O auGnovtoRKUMi u nmunM MA 4-868$ Mortuary, Inc. VERNA E.YOCUM, DIRECTOR CORNER OF NORTH STONE 1 THIRD STREET SERVING TUCSON SINCE T92 O IKIOMU QFTHE F ALL the controlled-membership organizations of funeral directors, the Order of the Golden Rule and the National Selected Morticians are the leaders. Arizona Mortuaries are members of BOTH organizations. PARKER SA 7-6611 Mortuary, Inc. 4601 IAST FIRST STREET Gastro, K Spend Day In Country MOSCOW -- DPI -- Cuban Premier , Fidel Castro and Premier Nikita Khrushchev took a break in their private talks in the Kremlin today and joined the Soviet leader's family for a day in the country. With them were President Leonid Brezhnev and Foreign Minister Andrei' Gromyko and their wives, the news agency Tass said. The agency gave no details of what appeared to be chiefly a social event, and said "Khrushchev and C a s t r o struck up a livelv conversation." OTHER CUBAN and Soviet officials joined the party at the country house, Tass said, following the two leaders' apparently satisfying private talks yesterday on military and economic aid for the Caribbean Communist state. Castro was reported highly satisfied with his talks with Khrushchev so far on Russian military and economic assistance. Tass reported only the visit to the Dacha in the Moscow woods 30 miles from the city lasted "several hours." OTHER THAN the brief official report, the Russians clamped a tight curtain of secrecy around Castro's movements on security grounds as is the custom with high-ranking Communist visitors. Castro was scheduled to visit the Likhachev (formerly Stalin) motor works in Moscow to climax a day of sightseeing and spend the May Day eve with workers in the plant's palace of culture. Khrushchev and C a s t r o , who hailed 'each other's countries but not each other Sunday when the bearded Cuban was welcomed to Moscow, this morning were reported to have m a d e their solidarity more personal. The Communist party newspaper Pravda quoted Castro as referring to the Soviet leader at a luncheon yesterday as the "distinguished Khrushchev, the g r e a t and true friend of revolutionary Cuba." FOR HIS PART, Khrushchev, Pravda said, referred to Castro as the "national hero of Cuba." Cuban sources in Moscow reported t h e i r delegation "very satisfied" by their initial official contact with Soviet leaders. It was understood the first meeting yesterday included a general survey of relations between Cuba and Russia, with the focus on military and financial assistance for the Caribbean island. It was believed ideological questions also were covered. Learning is more fun . . . and is easier . . . when your child hears the tone and feels the response of * Baldwin-built piano. A superior piano is the most economical, because you only buy oncel BALDWIN IL S. Arms For India Under Fire Rusk Answers Pakistan, Iran KARACHI, Pakistan--OP)-Pakistan and Iran called on the Central Treaty Organization (CENTO) today to face up to possible non-Communist aggression as well as threats from Communist countries. Sources at a closed-dcor session of the annual meeting of CENTO foreign ministers said Pakistan Foreign Minister Zulfikar AH Bhutto had India's military buildup in mind. He spoke after U. S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk defended Western arms aid to India at the public opening session. IRAN WAS reported wor ried about trouble from the soon-to-be-enlarged U n i t e d Arab Republic. One of the three members of the new union will be Iraq, Iran's neighbor to the west. Rusk's remarks obviously were directed at Pakistan, which has threatened to reexamine its alliances with the West because of the U. S.- British aid to India. Pakistanis contend the Western weapons may be turned against them in disputed Kashmir. Rusk told the other four foreign ministers of the alliance that Chinese aggression against India showed the continued danger of communism. He said American policy is to come to the aid of any victim of Communist aggression since peace is indivisible. "if Communist aggression succeeds anywhere it gains in appetite and weakens the free world morally and physically," he said. AN AIDE said this was in tended as notice of American intention to continue helping India fight, off the Communist Chinese. British Foreign Secretary Lord Home echoed Rusk's warning, saying that "it has not been members of alliances that have been threatened by Communists or attacked or subverted." Britain, Pakistan, Iran and Turkey are CENTO members. The United States is a fully participating observer 217 OF THEM · Save $2.80 a month with an Arizona Bank checking account and buy a little extra something for your home. Or start a savings account for the youngsters. · $2.8O is the average amount saved monthly by Arizona Bank customers who pay no service charge because they maintain a minimum balance of $5OO;00 in their checking account. · Give your future security a good start -- open a money-saving checking account with us now, · The Bank that saves you money -- that serves you best -- i* The Arizona Bank, EIGHT CONVENIENTLY LOCATED OFFICES SERVING . TUCSON MCMICft FEDEMl MK3SIT INSURANTt COftFOMTKH Mesa's Rambling Gators Going North - , · . . . . o . · MESA--(B--W. F. Cobb plans to drive home to Denver today accompanied by 217 alligators. Cobb, a 62-year-old plumbing contractor, bought the eptiles at an auction at the Jack Adams Alligator Farm. He plans to start his own reptile ranch in Denver. The successful bidder offered $619 for the abandoned alligators, and agreed to pay undisclosed amount to an Associate Factors, Inc., of Fort Worth, Tex., which held a mortgage on the reptiles. Attorney Robert Petrie was at the auction to bid $618 on oehaJf of the owner of the farm, Jack Adams. Petrie said the mortgage on the alligators amounted to $42,000. Cobb estimated the reptiles were worth $1,000 each. Some of the alligators ale a d y a r e well-traveled, laving been hauled to parks and irrigation ditches around :he Salt River Valley. The alligators came to the attention of authorities recently when one showed up in the fountain of a Mesa park. 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