FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN PAGE $10 Million Convention Spending Seen In '61 William Thacker, manager of, the Chamber of Commerce con-| vention bureau, told Tucson Retail Trade Bureau members yesterday he sees J}0 million spent here in convention funds in 1961. "Tucson is a good convention city; I am convinced it has the potential to be a great convention city," Thacker said at the bureau's luncheon meeting in the Pioneer Hotel yesterday. . He stid. the convention potential can only be realized through I the collective willingness of Tuc- sbnians to sell organizations to which they belong on the desir- ability of Tucson as a plÂ«cÂ« to meet. "And then, to treat our visitors in such s. manner as to make them feel that we enjoy their presence, as well as their money," Thacker said. "On these two essential bases then, and with cooperation by the business and civic interests of our community, I have no qualms at all in predicting that 1961 will see Tucson enjoying J10 million in new money, earned elsewhere, and spent here by tourists and convention delegates," Thacker said. Young GOP To Apologize, Erase Anti-McDonald Vote IN TUCSON You Save When You Buy Where You Gel ACI fTj FOOD PALACE J859 E. Grant Road G 5 CHEVRON STATION 3M1E. Grant Road HERB'S GROCERY 2418 N. Sparkman MIRACLE MARKET 1821 N.Oracle Road ROMERO FREEWAY MKT. 4M1 S. IZthAve. L-B FOOD CENTER 422$ E. Bud St. DELRAY DRUG 4JI7 E. Bad St SCOTT'S JEWELRY 4239 E. 22nd St ROSS * BERNIE'S TEXACO Columbus at 22nd St PAUL MARCUS TEXACO 381 W. Congress S.O.S. EXTERMINATE CO. 710 E. 9th St NORTH STONE HARDW'E SUPPLY CO. 2619 N. Stone PAUL McADOO TEXACO 3606 N. 1st Avenue ARNOLD'S TEXACO SERV. Stone and Drachman ROY'S TEXACO SERVICE 3060 N. Stone ACI Savers--Books now Double in Value $ 2,00 Cash ACI Savers--Books now Double in Value $2.00 Cash. Buy what you want, where you want, whtn you want, or accumulate nine books (only 1,000 stamps ptr book) and exchange them for a $25.00 United States Savings Bond which now pays 3 Â¥4% interest. Â· . By JIM COOPER ; The usually placid Young Re- j publicans Club has been fussing | of late and yesterday things came | to a head: The president is going to apologize to Dr. .lames McDonald and members wiped o f f ! the books a resolution opposing the \ McDonald position on the Titan i sites. i On May 26, a week ago yester-1 day McDonald spoke to the clubi membership. He recited his theory j that Titan missile sites should not I ring Tucson. Instead, they should be located to the east because the prevailing winds from the west would blow fallout away from the city in case of any enemy atomic attack on the missile sites. Taking the floor in opposition was Don Clark, a public relations man. He charged that McDonald's position amounts to a delaying tactic which might "serve to aid the enemy's cause." He said that the best judge on the location is the Air Force. A resolution was offered by State Rep. Thomas C. Webster. It supported the Air Force and labeled McDonald and his group-the Committee Against Ringing Tucson with Titans--as a "small minority of misguided citizens." The resolution passed, but later Atty. Lawrence Howard said the action was not proper nor legal! since a quorum of the club's mem- i bcrship was not present Ui vote, j In other heated attacks on Me- i Donald, from other club members, his stand was criticized as being j unpatriotic. j Yesterday, Howard took the i floor and leveled a blast at the! club. ; "I was disturbed, dishonored and displeased at the club's ac-! lions last week," he said. " M c - j Donald was insulted for daring to voice an opinion. He was condemned, accused of being unpatriotic and by some mysterious means he was blamed for the U2 j spy plane incident. "I don't care where they put the Titans," Howard said, "but a man has the right to state his opinion without being accused of being a heretic." He asked that the -club send a letter of apology to McDonald and demanded that the resolution be wiped from the books. "I'm not criticizing the stand that the Air Force should decide, but I object to McDonald being condemned as a misguided individual." President Charles W. Stevenson agreed. The membership then canceled the resolution on the technical grounds that it was passed when a quorum was not present. Stevenson and Howard ihen ROI together to w r i t e n I n t e r of apology. And the peace which usually characterizes Young Republican Club meetings prevailed. ! ACLIJ Says Dues OK For Contributions N K W YORK--DPI-- The A m r r i - I'Hti Civil Liberties Union salt) re; cently the USB of members' dues \ by lalxir unions [or political purposes is "an exercise of the right of free expression protected by the first amendment." The ACLU said union members' civil liberties are protected s n ; j long as they can vote against j i such political donations. j mil HAVE A' SLIM LINE FOR SPRING "Â»Â·Â·*Â«.. ONE WEEKEND PAINT SALE! REDWOOD STAIN FINISH REG. $4.33 SALE *3.60 1JCOLITE VINYL GOAT MASONKY FINISH WhiiÂ« I 15 colon, RCQ. *5.9Â« NOW . . . PREMIER Exterior Paints WHITE Â«V 15 COIOKS J6.95 Gallon NOW . $545 "N*w paint RNHV*|" T*wfh Vinyl surface for inUrion w COLORCRAFKZVc 4757 I. SWOWAY IA7-J100 LtEN A DAY M AIB JO APPUIJE CQNJKOL 70 HUP UNWANJtD POUNDS J1 mi liioply HI ill* tutu'/ The If EN reduelnt plan It 10 eatv to Â«Â«Â«. i In m i x . . . no more tÂ»tifl| today and 'Â»! t o m o r r o w . . . no more taking 1, 2. or 3 plllt 1orÂ« nth mul. tain only ONE LECN optule a i -Ihe timed dHintesrJllon cipiuli lÂ« Â«Â«H reÂ«.ulatinr and will help provide an appetite cutbint aid Inline 6 to 10 hours, mjklnj It entler to adhere to i low caloric diet and thus to takt oil unwanted poundi Â»nd to maintain t dciiied welnht level. YÂ«Â», It ytu have wtlgnt proolem, try thÂ« nÂ«Â« LffN plan - tlart today. ON SALE AT WALGREEN S DRUG STORE 3400 Edit Spodway in El Rancho Ctnttr Open Nights 'til 9; Sundays /til 6 Say "Charge It"--*Â«!Â» up to 6 Months Â»o Pay! Reduced to Clear! GIRLS' and CHILDREN'S VACATION SPECIALS! GIRLS' SWIM-SUITS in many attractive tty!Â« 5 ! 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Broken sets of quality lines in sepa-. rottsand co-ordinates; .wide choice. of mix or match blouses, skirts, pedal-pushers, shorts and shirts! OFF Â· All great savings from our regular slock of airy-cool style* you'll want to. wear at once! Misses and Junior sizes in crisp cottons, dacrons and rayons! Reduced to Clear! HANDBAGS Reg. $3.98 Smooth or grained plasticalf in slim- styles, medium size Â·with handles! In black only! Â·dined lim- Â£ iM T\ size j 1 I 69 Special -- This Week-end Only! LADIES' SUMMER SLEEPWEAR Reg. $3.98 to $5.98 Â«nd $3.99 Cool baby-dolls, waltz and full-length gowns, and popover pajamas; pretty pastel prints in. Â·asy-care dacron/cotton and cotton batistel Hurry:' priced for this week-end onlyl SUMMER BLOUSES REDUCED! Many styles with famous labels; reduced to make room for new arrivals! Cotton broadcloths and dacron/cottons in prints or solids, short or roll-up sleeves! 30-40 Reg. $2.98 up Vi J/2 MEN'S SPECIALS for Father's Day! EXCLUSIVE DESIGN BY DONEGAL SPORT SHIRTS Reg. $4.95 values $099 | | 2/$7.75 Designed Â·specially for Dad in washable rayon challis.,. handsome embroidered ' styling with,a special toft-roll'Continental collar' he'll wear open or closed! OFF SPECIAL PURCHASE! LADIES' SHORTS Keg. $2.98 $3.98 values! Cuffed styles with pome label, side or front zipper! Striped' polished cottons, baby cord, cotton plaid, many solid tones in sailcloth! Wide choice 10-18 ind $2.99 Please Bad with cool MACHINE-WASHABLE SLACKS Reg. $7.95 and $8.93 $C99 fc^ 2 pr $11.50 'Terrific Savings Now for'Summer-long Wear I BOYS' SPORT SHIRTS You Save on this Delayed Shipment--too late for our White Sale! MARTEX "Westminster" TOWELS in 19 Decorator Colors! 69 R*i. $2.29 BATH TOWEL; 25x4$ *1 89 SUMMER COTTON PRINTS 1o49cyd. 'fffta CC^OTS/ Jo HAND TOWEl; IUg. $1,19. . WASH CLOTH; RÂ«f. 45c. .. . 3 V Famous Mortm qwlhy. thick and ob*orb*nt, m Â«Â«trÂ«-kÂ»ro* toxory! AH prtmory Htwi pkÂ» memy FWW first-tvnw jfK'OiVs! 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Short-sleeve styles In sizes XL, XXL, and even XXXL; cut for cool comfort in the newest patterns and colors! Neck sizes 17 to 20. Reg. $5.98 values... $3.98. 2/57.00 MEN'S UNDERSHORTS, sizes 34-44 only! Gripper style Â·in fine Sanforized cotton with boxer waistband. Special values in white or solid colors! Reg. $1.00 values... 65e 2/51,10 Special G i f t Values! IMPORTED SILK TIES Reg. $5.00 and $7 99 fey dnloind Â§ig-value group for Dad's Day in pore silk; imports frotn Franc* ItoV- Hanvd Arrrowe in rk'h cofew, Â«ll ftrfty Trnwdf!
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