Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 15
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 15

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, June 3, 1960
Page 15
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FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE IS I little girls' cabana outfit?" t special uJtction with your choice ^ cftithtr shorts er pedal pushers with matching Uotsi finals, gttmtiria, checks, dots · silts 4 ft 14 in washablt cotton · regular 139. X"* dressy white sandals · maJttmpUnlj if fmut ltMl*r\ fc. CAMERAS wollensak mjmmtimmmmmmmmmm^^^^^^^^^^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^--'' !···· i vanity fair and rogers lingerie full slips · lace trim »/100% nylon and nylon tricot 9 famous name man*fact*nr · sizes 32 to 42, regular 6.95 44 vanity fair and rogers half slips · btattifilly tad charmingly gppliq*!*' , · iizts smalt, regular and krgt '' * regular 3.99 CHILDREN'S WEAR hot summer weather cha,cha, ahhh! · all thrtt pitas, blouse, ptaal pusbtrs tad hat · stoop neck crep top with fringt tn tht bottom · bright and gay horizontal stripe · Jizts 8 to 16 · vamaria straw hat with matching striped band · til thru, regular 12.95 all three; pants, bloust and hat. ..·*· model 72 tmm mtvit lamtra, mad* by utHtnuk, mantfaaams if tin finest camtras mtnty urn buy. 113mm Htrmal IMS Zjilttrdial ) vitwfinJir 4 vitwftnJtr lytpiict 5 spud dial 6/tttagt Meter 7 titrating button ' t winding crank 9 i3cptmrt Jial 10 tripd socket 11 indicator for f/stops FASHIONS boys' wash and wear dress slacks · masculine dark, medium and light shades · let's get dressed up for a change · siits 6 to 16 · regular 5.98 men's polished cotton slacks · waih and wear of 100* cotton · a bright array ef colors including bint, brown, red, grey, black, tan and all tht rtit · sizes 28 to 42 · regular 4.95 ^m men's short sleeved knit shirts · crew neck and "v" ntck lint · 100% cotton completely washable · largt assortmtnt of colors and patterns \ · regular 2.98 PHOENIX SKYSCRAPER PLANNED Plans for a $12 million 30-story office building in downtown Phoenix were announced today by Phoenix investment banker Lee Ackerman, Democratic gubernatorial candidate. The building, rising 360 feet above street level, would be the tallest in Arizona. Construction is expected to start in approximately six months and will take about · year to complete. It will be on the northern half of the city block bounded by 1st and 2nd avenues and Monroe and Adams streets. Estimated $88,000 Damages Sought In Road Death Suit TYPEWRITERS diamond /ensembles! · haaiful glittering Oiamtnds It mail btr toy yts · remtmler this is juni, tht mtuth */ kridts · prices you (a»'t btlitvt 1/4 carat total wt.. regular 150.00 49.00 1/2 carat total wt.. regular 250.00 84.00 1 full carat regular 450.00 159.00 · full money back guarantee LUGGAGE 3 piece luggage set · many tolors including bnwn and blue · 21" wtrnigbter, train case, gaid pullman · regular 24.95' ·'*·?; i MEN'S WEAR men's leather sandal · perfect for father's day til leather in black, brown and tan · sizes 6 to 12 · regular 5.95 077 graduation shoes for the miss · little heels, squash beds, high keels · lovely white and most pastels · sizes 4 to 9 · regular 8.95 Damages In a death suit based on the truck-pedestrian accident in which a Davis-Monthan Air Force sergeant was killed Mnr. U, 1959, are estimated at more t h a n $88,000 in a complaint filed in Superior Court. S. SRI. Stanford McFaddrn, .17, was the t r a f f i c victim. He was struck by a truck near Bowie after he had left a Greyhound bus because of Illness. Roosevelt Walker, administrator of the McFadden estate, filed the complaint on behalf of the ser- geant's widow and three children, .leges McFadden was left stranded Defendants named are the bus company; James McDevitt, the bui driver; Jesus Guajardo, owner of th« truck; and Jose Maria Marquez, driver of the truck. Atty. W. Mercer Bouldin prepared the complaint, which al- in the desert after he got off tht bus because he felt ill. Th« aer- geant attempted to hall th« produce truck for a ride and was struck by the truck. All defendants were negligent, th,e complaint says. Parent Delinquents Discussed At Parley By TOMMY THOMPSON Citizen Staff Writer FT. GRANT-- Parent delinquents ind what to do about them became the major consideration here today at the eighth annual Conference on Juvenile Delinquency. Doctors, lawyers, policemen and social workers were among the 100 experts on i -- ---youth problems here at the Ari- Juveni i 9 Detention Home super- -st_^- complete selection of America's top brand luggage including famous amelia earhan, aero-pak, ttc., all at save marts low, low prices. ^^ McDonald WO! Confer With Bacon Dr. James McDonald, chairman of the Committee Against Ringing Tucson with TiUns, will meet Monday with Col. William Bacon, senior officer at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base, to discuss l o c a - j i n g over what makes a wayward i tion of Titan missiles in the Tuc! child tick. j " You h f a r so much about vom * son area. i -AS parents abandon t h e i r ; I" 0 P le ^coming narcotics victim! | McDonald said today he It still · duties it becomes more snd more i in other cities," he said. "But I | hopeful of «ome answer to his · the problem of the. schools to set | have never seen any juvenile at ; telegrams to Air Force and D C - ' , boy or girl straight," said ^ i Mother Higgins showing any jigni ( f e n s e Department officials re- E. Stadmiller, dean of the East-; _ ! questing that a team of missile j era Arizona Junior College at ^ "Mdrawal symptom^ I experts be sent here to discuss the i Thatcher. He spoke at the open- ""^^ msans none o{ ** yoTM*- i m * uer - ! in K p* nr%i he » ded ^ ** 6y Toison -' , ste ? '"-l"^ 0 r. ^.^"j^ McDonald, a University of Ari-; Tucson High School principal, ' --~--* ~ ~.i« .«· zona physicist, has urged the A i r ! "Parents are not totally re- zona State Industrial School talk- visor. CLOCKS JEWELRY HARDWARE ten's 17 jewel watch^J, complete bar-b-que outfit 13 tier cascading waterfall Force to locate the missile sites'. sensible in their role as mothers downwind (east) of the city to a n ( j fathers, however," declared large amount of 'mainline' dope. I will admit, however, that tome have tried marijuana as an adventure--the way, perhaps, their ! mothers and fathers might hav« lessen danger of atomic fallout i n ; Dr . Fred C. Gregg. "Our entire | TM tner ' 3na . S ,, Siffi «TM case of enemy attack. I , dult population is certainly to i ^ en » dnnk * P rohlbltlon moon He said last week he had been, blame for the deterioration o f : smne offered a hearing before Bacon! morals." i T" 15 conference, which opened [· tltctronically timed for pnvtf acatracy !· Mania mtl UM with txfandablt bracelet !· JMW* MMaf JlffTJ 7 4M/ |t ****/*/ *yl'mg ftr titbtrspultrJrtsj mpleU 400 day giuranttt store hours mondoythru Saturday 10 till 9 Sundays IltiiiS · complete with motor, hood spit and grill · throw some charcoal into the bottom and you're ready to go · beautiful coppertone finish that won't rust or corrode · regular 29.95 Q66 18 ib. bag of charcoal · deliriously scented hickory blend (harctal · full ten pounds lovely waterfall to enhance the patio, garden, or front room · three sturdy plastic tiers with heavy duty electric re-circidating water pump · plug it in -- watch and listen to tht water cascading down from each tier into the lower one · regular 39-95 and local officiais, but was reluc- pima 0,^ Sheriff Wsldon last night, ends at tant to accept because Bacon i s , B u r r p tpeak jng at a panel on Sunday not the man who will decide j crime prev ention and treatment, where the missiles will be located.! concurred Today McDonald said he is dis-i The on , ker who WJuW appointed because Bacon s f o r m a l ; ^ a d m j t ^ tod , s oungster offer was not for a hearing, but j does offer , ob]em wts Capt . merely a discussmn between the! John Riybago _ of ^ e ^^ Tuc . two - . : son Police Department. McDonald said that, while this a breakfait Tank Battalion Go To Forty officers and 280 enlisted men of Tucson's 8th Medium is not a satisfactory arrangement!. " We ^ "" c ^ ldren , t;i P !l er ''" I T »"k Battalion, 0th Armor U.S. to him, he will meet with Baconi h *.P°V nt . ed . Out ' J .^^l 1 ^J A ^ Reserve '. w " le ' ve ttl » in order to avoid any accusation that he failed to use an opportun- I . · . . · iwucii JiTit/^.7 uut yvji hty to present h,s case to Air | ^^^ {hemselvcJs . | Forcs wpreienUtivM. | , R is tnje we have $ojne prob . lem children but we have heart- to-heart talks with them and their parents on their first offense. We j what happens in our town but wee kend for their annual two since the 'pachuca' uproar be-! wee k x O f tct j v e duty training, tween 1945-49 our youngsters have ; ^ tott*\TM, commanded by Lt. Col. Ettore DeConcini, will re- I ceive training at Camp Irwin, j Calif. ; Training will include gunnery seldom see them officially again." , practice utilizing the 90mm. gun Most reassuring for Tucson ' on e M48 ttnk families was the report by Ed-' The training period will end ward T. Casavantes, Pima County i June 19. IIIN UA Student Hurt As Car Overturns William N. Hardill, 18. of 547 N. Park Ave., was injured critically at 3: IS a.m. today when his 1980 auto ran off the Nogales Highway and overturned at least three times. The Ariiona Highway Patrol said Hardill, a University of Ari- i Damages of $150,000 have been, 58, a reil estate broker from wma student, was pinned in the : asked in a wrongful death suit! Methuen, MtH., wt* struck by M wteekig*. filed in Stjperior Court by lhe!f to *jTM» * ^ m D ' ««* The youth n in St. Mary's Hos-j .. . . ^^ ' - jtean, the cwnpltint says. Th« pital. The patrol said he suffered' ??** « « m " TM* · . .3 ! acddmt ^c^^ « * e *««« I broken pilvis, broken right col-; "^ 8n tn *******rTM « cc " , Highly iti front rt the PalTM $150,000 In Damages Sought In Death Suit in- 'dent. TrtTJer Oart, 1421 E. 700 W. CONGRESS )arbon« a«d wwirible back ... jtrrfe*. : Mrs - w ' m 'fr ed M - Collier, the ; H^. The Colliers The accfdtnt occurred about 25 plaintiff, Wed the «ymplaiT»t j ^ ^ fl« motel. I i wrte* worth of Nofites, m Stwa ! through her attorneys, Conner, QtSfteau was wtgfigw* ta Hi Crnt Cwnty. InvMftigwmf «ffi- j 3tmt * * Murphy, «B hwr w« be- *ivi««, the rwmpwfoft avft. Ata* i «»T«««p it ft* wh*e1. He wn itoffe.! **3*iesfi. ... J _.,^ ; *** I Tht Vtlttt wW8 *. twii iwa, | wmsHttt A» vJe§wBTv a9C VflNajajQii^ t ^ H

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