Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 28
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f A$E 28 T U C S O N D A I L Y C ' / T I Z E N : GRAND : : OPENING: · * · · FRIDAY AND SATURDAY . * · BAY THORN'S UNION * SERVICE · *·· 1 GRANT AT ALVERNON * TIRE SALE! GOOD/YEAR NYLONS AT LOWEST PRICES IN HISTORY Broadway Stage Blackout FREE May Be A Lengthy One FRIDAY EVENING. JUNE 3. I960 Japan Police Wield Clubs In New, Anti-U. S. Riots --Chaif Ltd P h o t o GEORGE W. MARTIN State Plastics Society Will Get Charter All-WFATHW ir A *oar BOTTOM George W. Martin, president of the Society of Plastic Engineers, will present a charter to the society's new Arizona section at a 7 p.m. dinner meeting Wednesday at the Casa Grande Country Club, Casa Grande. The Arizona section, the- society's 45th and most recently organized group, was officially recognized May 16 by unanimous ' action of the council, SPE's governing body. D. H. White of the University of Arizona is the only Tucsonian who holds an .office in the state organization. He is secretary. Samuel Windman, Phoenix Plastics, is president. The 27 charter members of the organization represent a wide variety of interests in the plastics industry. In his presentation address, Martin, of Holyoke, Mass., will highlight recent SPE technical activities. The society is an international scientific and engneering organization with over 8,000 members and 45 sections located in the United States, Canada, Mexico and Japan." ?-' Injured Woman Sues City For late model cars Terrific Value! 7.50x14 size TUBELESS 95 14 A woman who says she was injured when she fell into a hole and was thrown to the ground at E. Congress St. and Scott Ave. has filed a damage suit for $25,000 against the city. Sarah B. Stewart of 1526 E. 9th St., says she was injured in the fall... . The complaint was prepared by Any. Norval Jasper. The city was negligent in allowing the hole to exist in the intersection, the complaint says. Everything lisled in this public service column is offered tret. The Citizen assumes no responsibility for condilion of items. 0 O O KITTENS--We have some cute, little, playful kittens. Will give to anyone who will give them a good home. Phone KA. 6-666.-«veninRS or Sunday. o o o KITTENS--Adorable long a n d ; short-haired kittens. 42S E. 17th: St., phone MA 1-3443. \ O O O ; PARAKEETS--Pair light blue ; parakeets. Cage to go with birds. Mrs. Tom Jones, phone EA 7-1132. o o o ' KITTENS--Five nice -6-week-old ; kittens. Need a good home. Phone | AX 8-4B27. 0 0 0 KITTENS--Two pretty 8-week- old kittens (one calico; one yellow). Phone AX 8-OQ91. o o o PUPPY--Six-week-old black and I tan male cocker. 6512 Calle Bella- \ trix. phone AX 8-6129. o o o KITTENS--Five fuzzy little kittens would like a good home. Buff and white: deep yellow; calico; tiger. Phone CY 7-1970. o o o DOG--One-year-old black and vhite female cocker. Very gentle with children. Phone AX 8-6129. o o o KITTEN--Long-haired black and gray female kitten. Housebroken. Phone EA 5-0497. o o o PUPPY--Six- month - old mixed breed puppy (mother springer spaniel). Leaving town and must find a good home for puppy. Mrs. F. A. Hutchison, phone EA 5-4017. o o o KITTENS--Three darling Manx kittens (two males, one female). Mrs. Joan Lantz, 3455 S. Clark Ave. Phone MA 3-7553, after 5 p.m. o o o KITTENS -- Healthy, housebroken, 8-week-old kittens (one male, three females). Orange Grove Park. Phone CY 7-0751. o o o If you have something to give away, your notice will be published free. You must include phone number, street address and signature. This newspaper reserves the right to reject nortecs or cut their length. NEW YORK -4f-- The Broad-; way stage is blacked out for the first time in 41 years, a victim of a bitter dispute between actors and producers. In the midtown theatrical district last night, as the 8:30 curtain time came and went, there were; no blazing lights on theater | marquees, no surging crowds of j pedestrians, no swarms of taxi- ] cabs honking and jockeying to get \ their fares to the playhouses. "There will be absolutely no shows until there is an agreement," said Producer Alexander H. Cohen, speaking for the New York League of Theaters. He added: "Actors Equity is on strike. It looks like a long one to me." Equity claims it is a lockout, not a strike. The union climaxed its pension-wage battle with producers on Wednesday night when it called the cast of "The Tenth Man" to a meeting at union head- j quarters just before curtain time, j The producers, in line with their warning against "hit-run" tactics by Equity, shut all 22 Broadway shows. I Negotiations were scheduled to ; resume today, but neither side i appeared hopeful. ' , A proposal yesterday by Mayor i i Robert F. Wagner for a city fact- j i finfling board was okayed by j | Equity, but the league turned it! i down. | | Thrown out of work were 1.000 \ i actors and 5,000 theatrical techni- j cians such as stagehands, musi- [ cians and electricians. ! Equity presented an almost solid front, from its lowliest bit player to the big-name star. Actor Tom Bosley, who plays the late New York Mayor Fiorelio H. La Guardia in the musical "Fiorelio," was asked what the fiery little mayor would have done to solve the contract dispute. Replied Bosley: "He would have locked both sides in one room until the ihing was settled--fast." With so much idle talent on hand. Equity already has begun to think about staging benefit performances to gain funds for its cause.- Said Dick Moore, editor of Equity Magazine: "I can say with almost certainty that they (the actors) will be used and used very soon in some type of benefit activity." The movie houses in the Broadway show area are not affected by the shutdown. Also unaffected are current road shows, summer theaters, 21 off-Broadway playhouses, and the City Center Theater, which has a separate contract with Equity. TOKYO--(5V-B!oody b a t t l e s erupted between rock-throwing radical students and charging, club-swinging police today as Japanese leftists launched a new wave cf demonstrations against the U. S.-Japanese security pact and President Eisenhower's visit to Japan. Students broke into the grounds of Prime.Minister N o b u s u k e Kishi's official residence. They wer.e forced out, then charged three times by several hundred blue-uniformed, helmeted police. Heads were bloodied and college men and coeds knocked to the street in a wild free-for-all that put the students in retreat. At least 20 students were cut, bruised and bleeding after the clash. Thirteen were arrested. No shots were fired and no one appeared seriously hurt. The wild free-for-all climaxed a 3V4-hour demonstration by r.ome 5,000 students around the heavily ! guarded Parliament Buildbg. Poj lice threw up specially construct- j ed barricades on trucks at the j main gate, effectively discourag- j ing any attempt by the students i to force their way into the Parliament grounds. The students carried placards and chanted slogans denouncing the Prime Minister, Eisenhower's | scheduled June 19-22 visit and the i partially ratified treaty authoriz- | ing U. S. bases in Japan for at I least another 10 years. I "I Don't Like Ike" said one ' sign. Others read "Kishi, Quit," "Death by Hanging for Kishi," "Down with Kishi, Dog of America," "Ike, Don't Come" and ' "Parliament Resign," : One group later marched past the American Embassy, demanding that Eisenhower's visit be called off. But the students' wrath obviously was mainly directed at Kishi; Elvis' Fans To Meet MEMPHIS, Tenn. -- UP! -- The Elvis Presley Fan Clubs of America will hold a convention here July 29 to 31 with 500 fans expected to attend. Their idol will be making « film in Hollywood. STERLING The start of your dreams'i of the future -selecting your sterling silver. I tit Grunexvald Adams offers the complete collection of famous Gorham sterling designs--one is certain to be your choice. Talk with our Bridal Consultant, register your pattern with us, then let your friends know Pnce» »hown ort tor Bride'i '3'pt. plac«-"1in9' place knit ond fork and tftnpooni, ond includt F»d«fol Tox. GRUNEWALD ADAMS JEWELERS «0 EAST CONGRESS STREET · TUCSON A T ot just another of those "100% NYLON" tires -this t'f Goodyear 3-T TRIPLE TEMPERED NYLON -- NYLON at its very best! For extra strength, safety and value, get this new 3-T Nylon All-Weather. It'i the low priced Nylon tire you can trust All SIZES AIE TOP VAIUES! Tire Size 6.70x15 7.10x15 7.60x15 6.00x16 7.50x14 BUciwall Tubc- Type* $12.95 14.95 16.95 12.95 Black will Tubeless» $14.95 Whitew»ll Tubc- TTC* $16.50 18.95 21.95 Whitcwall Tubcless* $18.50 Get a set of four for $1.95 a weekl ·* All prices plus tax «id recappabk tire. MOtl KOMI I1DE ON COOOYEAI THIS THAN ON MY OTHM KIND Use Your Union Credit Card for Goodyear Tires I Batteries MODERN BEDROOM ROOMS OF BRAND NEW FURNITURE · 8 PC. Living Room · 8 PC. Bedroom · 5 PC. Kitchen NO MONEY DOWN $10.41 PER MONTH FREE GIHS For The Whole Family · 1 Lb. Cudahy Bacon (·nith Min. Purchase) · Hand Cream for the Ladies! · Lighter Fluid and Handy Oil for the Men! · Candy and Balloons for the. Youngsters! · Free Soft Drinks! · Register Free for Prize Drawing-Complete Barhecue Outfit! RAY THORN'S UNION 76 SERVICE GIANT AT ALVERNON Center Early American SOFA CHAIR Famous Make SLEEPER '118 SOLID MAPLE BUNK BEDS TERMS ON ALL PURCHASES NO MONEY DOWN 36 MONTHS TO PAY 30 - 60 - 90 DAY ACCTS. DESKS SECTIONALS MODERN t MAPLE COTTON RUGS 9 * 1 2 * 1 7 ' SAVE 20 TO 50% ON MATTRESS BOX SPRING GROUP NO. 1 MATTRESS BOX SPRING GROUP NO. 2 MATTRESS BOX SPRING SiT GROUP NO. 3 MATTRESS BOX SPRING SiT KING SIZE MATTRESS I BOX SPRING SiT PILLOWS FUSTIC HEADBOARDS $7*1 L cj EACH MAPLE too 5 PC. SET 3-Pc. Curvwl SEC Foam Cujhioni TM NflL *138l LAMPS LI LARGE , SELECTION *9' 5 to. Peoples Furniture 4451 E. SPEEDWAY Opposite Midway Drive-In FRI. NiTE TILLS SAT. 9 to 6 SUN. 12 to S

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