Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 4
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PAGE 4 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 ' JVfl Dream Shift A" . . / j : . N Gown DEENA' calk this group "Sugar'N Spice" Petite Floral Miilti-rolor Embroidery, contrasting Hand-beaded Ribbon thru dainty Lace. In KodelS/Nylon fSA ^vsssgfec,"/ .jf- -c. *mf **"»·*· m % AVAILABLE AT BOTH STORES BOTH STORES IN CALF PATENT PEAU DE SOIE MOTHER'S DAY DRESSES Dressy and tailored styles in sleeveless ami short sleeves . . . so perfect for MOTHER'S DAY GIFTS. Diu-roti p r i n t s , cool voiles, w h i p p e d cresiiii!-, rottons and seersuckers in slim l i n e s or iti p l e a t e d skirts . . . m a n y ^ \ i ( h jarkels. Sizes 5 to 15, 8 to 20 and half sixes 12U to 2 4 ' o . 12.98 CONSERVATISM DEFILED Sen. Kuchel Rips Birch Society Tright Peddlers' WASHINGTON -- UPI -Senate R e p u b l i c a n whip, Thomas H. Kuchel charged today that "fright peddlers" of the John Birch Society and similar groups were defiling the philosophy of conservatism. The California Republican, m a Senate speech, urged that cruelly swindled Americans" be persuaded to "rejoin the ranks again of o o o Birch Official To Talk Here On U.N. Plan A warning against current disarmament proposals will be issued in addresses here next Tuesday by former California Congressman John H. Rousselot. Currently he is district governor of The John Birch Society for six western states. He has scheduled talks at 5:30 p.m. at the Tucson Press Club Forum and at 8 p.m. in the Pioneer Hotel Ballroom. Rousselot contends t h a t carrying out either the Soviet or U. S. plans for disarmament--with provisions for a United Nations peace force--· will lead to the loss of U. S. national sovereignty. He holds that the U.N. has become an effective instrument of Soviet foreign policy and thus cannot be counted on to protect the U. S. against communist military aggression. According to Rousselot, unless the U. S. retains full control over its military establishment, it cannot hope to win its struggle with international communism. sensible and decent anti-Communist, pro-Americans." Kuchel told the Senate that perhaps 10 per cent of 60,000 letters he receives each month "fall into the category of fright mail." He said thousands of Californians had been terrified to the point of hysteria by "hoaxes" such as claims that: --The United Nations was training thousands of foreign troops, including "barefooted Africans," in Georgia as a prelude to a take-over of the United States. ·--Under the act that created U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency, a Russian colonel in the United Nations would always control American armed forces. --Thousands of Chinese Communist t r o o p s were "poised on the Mexican border for an attack on California." "What the fright peddlers have handed down to one another, over the years, is a daisy of a whopper, a puerile and evil package of fright calculated to scare the daylights out of decent Americans," Kuchel said. Kuchel said the "whopper" about the Russian colonel showed up in the April 1963 issue of a Gerald K. Smith publication, The Cross and the Flag. The senator added that the Long Beach (Calif.) Independent reported last March 15 that former California Rep. John Rousselot told a Long Beach audience the U.S. government was "trying to put all its armed forces under the command of a Russian general." "Those fantastic charges are false," Kuchel said. "But when one, who was honored to be a member of Congress for two years--or even one who writes for an undisguised hate sheet -- utters such a cary, there are people who listen and believe." Kuchel added: "The curious fact is that the fright peddlers, from the simple simpletons to the wretched racists, all claim to be conservatives. "They defile the honorable 20-Year-Old Arrested As Burglar A 20-year-old d r i l l e r ' s helper, Ronald Allen Shaffer of 908 W. Santa Rosa St., was arrested about 2:30 a.m. today and booked at city jail on suspicion of attempted burglary. Patrolman Russell Eberhardt said he was cruising on West Valencia Road when he saw the suspect apparently coming out the front door of Sno-White Laundry, 435 W. Valencia. Eberhardt s a i d Shaffer started running into the desert area behind the business, so he chased the subject on foot, catching him after a 75- yard race. According to the officer, Shaffer admitted breaking a window in the door with his fist to gain entry. The glass front of a cigarette machine inside the laundry also had been broken, Eberhardt reported. philosophy of conservatism with that claim as thoroughly as the Communists defile the honorable philosophy of liberalism." Check Writer Gets Term A 12 to 18-month term in state prison was imposed today on Donald R. Goodhue, 23, who was convicted by a Superior Court jury April Ifi of passing a check without having a bank account to cover it. The sentence was imposed by visiting Judge Gordon Farley, of Nogales, who presided at the trial. Goodhue, a University of Arizona student, cashed the $23 check Feb. 9 at a downtown department store, authorities said. He claimed at the time of his arrest that he was on his way to the store to make the check sood. Bodies Found Where Sand Plane Hit CUNEO, Italy--/W--Search teams today reported finding wreckage and parts of human bodies in the Italian Alps where King Snud's private jetliner disappeared March L Mountaineers made the dis- covery in the Valletta Valley about 30 miles southwest of Cnneo. A part of the plane's tail assembly was uncovered in the area five days ago. The plane went down with eight, members of the Saudi Arabian monarch's household, a German cook, and nine crew members -- including f o u r Americans and three Britons. 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