Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 15, 1967 · Page 16
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 16

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, May 15, 1967
Page 16
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fAGE T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Nude Frolic On Beach Can Be MIAMI BEACH (UPI)-An «th century' r maiden and Playboy magazine notwithstanding, you still can't frolic in the nude on a public beach. At least, not on the Gold Coast. Municipal Judge Alfred Nesbitt fined Shirley Albert, 38, and William McDermott t50 each on charges of public indecency to illustrate this point in law. Miss Albert, a nightclub piano player, and McDermott were arrested by 'two polkemen as tfiey cavorted nude in the surf at dawn. "I just felt like having a swim," Miss Albert told the judge. She first said she took all her clothes off, then amended that to state that she was clad only in briefs. Her attorneys argued that "the upper part of the female body is no - longer shocking" when exposed as evidenced by the public acceptance'of Playboy magazine. Citing precedent, the lawyers read the case of an English girl who was acquitted in 1738 after she appeared nude from the waist up on a village green. ; Nesbitt then asked'one of the arresting;/officers if, indeed Miss Albert had any clothes on. "No, none whatsoever," the officer replied. This, then was a case where the 'defendants ,' were found frolkWng and caressing on a beach, Nesbitt said, "and there is nothing more public than that." Their nakedness was further emphasized, he said; by the sun peeking over the horizon. Also peeking, the judge noted, were Hiree teen-agers on a nearby blanket. -. This Bandit Glad To Xiet Caught SAN JOSE, Calif. (UPI)"Thank goodness," the supermarket bandit muttered weakly when police arrested him today nearly eight hours after a holdup. "I've been calling for help'for hours," Samuel Abelar, 35, of Campbell, Calif, told his captors. Police said Abelar shot himself in the thigh with a .22- caliber revolver while running from the market with $63.01 in stolen \lopt. Officer^ followed bloodyfootprints;and'a trail f it bills .and coins;, which spilled from a paper bag to find him. MEN ARE SEEING DOUBLE Double Breasted Sport Coats fins basketweave solid colors.. .55% Dacron, 45% Worsted Lightweight... Handsome.'.. Wearable NAVV-BLACK 'LIGHT BLUE-OLIVE' '49 SANTA RITA HOTEL TUCSON SHOP FOR MEN - . PHONE ' 623-7602 Now thru May 24 at ASHER'S SHELL SERVICE Pie · VACATION GOOD/YEAR TIRE SALE ALL-WEATHER 3T NYLON 4 for California Bears Get Good New§ SACRAMENTO, Calif. (UPI) --California bears got good news today. . The State Assembly passed a law Friday that prohibits trappers from using steel-jawed bear traps. The vote was bears 70, traps 0. . . . . , ANY SIZE -ONE PRICE * 6.50x13, 7.75x14, 8.25x14, 7.75x15, pl« old lecappable tire and $1.55 to $105 Federal Excise Tax depending on size. Whilewalls only (150 extra each. FREE MOUNTING! Good/ears on Safe, too! ASHER'S SHELL SERVICE 1 001 E. SPEEDWAY AT PARK ·622-1601 Goodyear Tires from Cap/n's TEA Supply FOR GREATER LEISURE PLEASURE IMIMIItTPlI FROM ITALY... .A.T. MMI M. I · ; NEW, LIGHT HOPSAC Who but Italian craftsmen could create such jaunty, fast-stepping styling, yet build in so much comfort and long wear! Soft, flexible yet amazingly durable. In a 'wide range of handsomely casual colors. You'll look for opportunities to put them on. § ^ ** ** STUICT FLOOt AT iOTH STORES MONO AY, MAY 15, 1967 The ultimate'n permanent press wash T n wear ties Decton polyester/cotton oxford that ends ironing... forever! Traditional style for town and country: always fresh looking! W e m l o n by Wembley means your ties will always look fresh and new ... and Wembley styling assures you of smartness that's un- s u r p a s s e d ! G u a r a n t e e d washable, crush-proof and permanently pressed. We sketched just * few from our brand new and complete selection of spring and summer patterns. Why not choose several now for yourself... for Dad's Day! The fashion look for 1967 in men's furnishings IS wide-track stripes by Arrow. Traditional styling: button-down collars ... double and single stripes ... superb Arrow tailoring -- all combine to give you the newest of the new. Choose from a wide range of stripes on blue, yellow, geen or w h i t e backgrounds. Sizes 14 A to 16'/6. You'll want several! Suburbia Poplin by Haspel is the suit with the split personality. It's dressy enough for business wear, casual enough for country, crisp'enough to keep you looking fresh from morning to midnight. 65% Dacron poIyester/3'5% cotton in sand, olive, navy shades. Sizes for regulars, shorts, longs. Sir Periitr C.orJ dacroH/21% cUten) in light blue or elivt, 49.95. DOWNTOWN

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