Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY f, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 5 fine* -- RODIGS -- TUCSON OPTICAL SERVICE MA. 3-1*71 TM VALLEY NATIONAL BLDO). P A R K N' SHOP F R E E SAB Observes 60th Year The Southern Arizona Bank Trust Co. today observed its 60th anniversary. The bank, Tucson's oldest, opened its doors May 1, 1903. Its founders were Nathaniel E. Plumer and Fred J. Steward. Today the downtown office, 150 N. Stone .Ave., served coffee and cake to customers and friends. LIBERAL' DONATION Advertisement Boy, 13, Puts Savings, Energy Behind Barry MATTOON, III.--W--Mike H a u g h , a 13-year-old Mattoon junior high school student, has put his money and energy behind Sen. Barry Goidwater, R-Ariz., for the Republican presidential nomination in 1964. Mike stirred interest among Goidwater supporters in Dominican, Haitian Feud Marks Time THEY GREW HAIR! Mrs. Mailer, shows her results by the Harlow h o m e treatment system. Mr. Newhouse, (Ief0 gave about 20 minutes of his time for the Harlow free hair and scalp consultation and re-grew his hair. Phoenix when he wrote that he had collected 250 signatures on a petition asking that the Arizona senator seek the nomination. Asking for buttons and posters to aid his efforts, Mike sent $3 with this notation: "Inclosed is my, shall we say, liberal, donation. It took me a long time to save it, so I hope you will use it wisely, as I'm sure you will." In return, Mike received an autographed photograph of Goidwater. "It's my pride and joy," Mike said today. "He's the sort of man I want for president." Mike's mother, Mrs. J. Vernon Haugh, said, "This has all been his own idea. He talks politics all the time." U Thanl Leaves On Europe Tour UNITED NATIONS, N.Y., -- /p) --U.N. Secretary-General U Thant lei't by plane early today for a 10-day trip to Switzerland, Romania and Yugoslavia. Thant, who will preside at the annual meeting of the U.N. administrative committee on coordination in Geneva, is to return to New York May 10. LANGERS for all your floral needs. 60 E. Penningkm MA 2-4«8 SHAVER REPAIR · Remington · Schlck » Roman · Nor»lca · Sunburn PARTS *. ACCESSORIES CATALINA SHAVER CO. 2523 E. Broadway 327-0710 Famiin Notes Death Toll On City., County Streets Gov. Paul Fannm today declared that t r a f f i c fatalities in the state so far this year have increased 23 per cent over the same period last year and that most of the accidents have occurred on county and m u n i c i p a l HAIR and SCALP CONSULTANTS Coasf fo Coasf Home Treatment System WILL BE IN TUCSON, SANTA RITA HOTEL, THURSDAY ONLY It you are totally bald, there is nothing Harlow can do for you. Harlow or no other treatment known is of benefit to excessive hair loss due to male pattern baldness. Neither of the persons shown above suffered from male pattern baldness. Therefore, Harlow continues its policy of refusing all hopeless cases. Baldness is slow and gradual, even in the most common forms. If you suffer from dandruff, excessive hair fall, thinning, excess olllncss or dryncss, or Itchy scalp, or If your scalp Is still creating hair, we urge you to take a few moments of your time to see the Harlow consultant and find out what you can do for your particular hair and scalp problem. Results are guaranteed by the H a r l o w company. You don't have to take our word-you will be Riven a written guarantee from the beginning of your treatments through its completion on a prorated basis. For 8 years many thousands from coast to coast have received complete satisfaction from the new Harlow Home Treatment method. You, too, can have healthy hair and scalp. Why not make it a point now to see the Harlow consultants and find out how thousands of others have been helped through this outstanding new method of scientific scalp treatment that you apply in the privacy of your home. Just go to the Santa Rita Hotel in Tucson, Arizona, on Thursday, May 2, between 1:00 p.m. and 8:30 p.m. and ask the desk clerk for W. G. Kent's room number. You will not be obligated or embarrassed in any way. Consultations are free and given in private. "DON'T PUT IT OFF TIL IT'S ALL OFF." streets. County Board of Supervisors, Fannin said that fewer than 3 per cent of the accidents have occurred on state highways. He asked for greater cooperation on traffic safety by the political subdivisions concerned. Traffic accidents -- including the t r a f f i c deaths--have increased 25 per cent over last year, Fannin said. Again, less than 3 per cent were on state highways. Fatalities on city streets, he said, have increased more TRADE-IN GUITAR SALE · G I B S O N · EPIPHONE · KAY · HARMONY · AND FENDER AMPS SEAGONDOILAR MUSIC S T O R E 264 E. Congress Ph. MA 2-5931 than 30 per cent "and fata! accidents (have increased) a similar amount. "In view of the deplorable statewide trend, I am appealing to all state, county, municipal and other agencies in the state to redouble their ef- 'orts in those areas of action which have been advocated and publicized since the beginning of the present program." Fannin said that if some- hing isn't done to cut down on accidents "Arizona will this year suffer the worst raffic fatality experience in her history." PORT AU PRINCE, H a i t i -W)--An inter-American peace mission met today with officials of the Dominican embassy, scene of an incident that provoked a crisis in the relations of the two Caribbean neighbors. The Dominican Republic severed relations with Haiti after charging that Haitian soldiers broke into the embassy last weekend, presumably looking for enemies of the regime who had taken refuge there. Members of the mission f r o m t h e Organization o f American States (OAS) said that they may return to the Dominican Republic tomorrow. They met yesterday with Haitian officials. The feud between the Dominican Republic and Haiti appeared to be pushed into the background in this Haitian capital. Stores and government offices were closed as the capital prepared for a May Day parade past the presidential palace later in the day. During a celebration last night, H a i t i a n President Francois Duvalier told a cheering crowd of 10,000 that "nobody can dictate to me--I am the personification of the Haitian nation." North Viet Nam Has New Foreign Minister TOKYO--(/P)--North Viet Nam's national assembly appointed Xuan Thuy foreign minister today, replacing Ung Van Khiem, the New China News Agency reported. Ung Van Khiem was ap pointed home minister, a pos which had been held by Vic Premier Phan Ke Toai, th agency said. Xuan Thuy had been vice chairman and secretary general of the national assembly standing committee. Prince Philip Catches Fainting Honor Guard WICK, Scotland-- /P) -Prince Philip caught a 12- year-old member of his guard f honor who fainted today s the prince passed along he ranks. Philip arrived at Wick Air)ort for an official tour of the iighlands and was inspecting peal sea cadets. James Miller witched forward just as the prince was passing. Philip icatly caught him and handed him to an aide. Poison Liquor Kills 19 Persons In Spain M A D R I D -- (/P) Health Ministry announced today that 19 persons have died and three have been blinded by liquors and wines made in northern Spain with deadly methyl alcohol. The ministry said six distilleries had used the cheapei alcohol in concocting locally popular beverages. It said government agents had seized large quantities of the drinks. KYIUM W GttDM XWntT CMP.-U! SIMH (OUT It (OiU ANIIEU'Sj Quality j COAST-TO-COAST STORE-WIDE VALUES! Sill, SikliMf-WIlgMt DIAMOND RINGS COMPARE FOR: nos,it,i I (inntltn f ^-diamond* unntr ctnter diamond, V* carat folal wtight. Giv«* Mluiion of Iwlco th* brFllianc* and lire. CONVENIENT WEEKLY or MONTHLY TERMS · A FULL YEAR TO PAY! 6-DIAMOND ·R1DAL CRIATtON lovtly h.orl d*. ilfln In r i c h 14k whl1« or j-tllow gold. V* caret lolol w«igM, 7-DIAMOND FISHTAIH DISION Ev.r-populor tnhorued by far at ! o I o. w.ight of f i » r y ONLY $1 diomondi. 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