Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 7
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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, f963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 7 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO A Sale Its Name ^ Snrry . . . \ No C.O.D ^ or Phono Orders Now for These Spectacular Sears Days Values and Save... Sale Ends Monday ·yt ~~ M -,, ^ j ; , f - y£ i_ $ '', /· ,'i~ / Walking Shorts V Tops ^in Washable Summer Cottons Gay for Slimmer Wear . . . Skirt '11 Blouse Sets Sears Days SALE Airy and bright a* all outdoors, rhese pretry pasicl confections are available in four popular fabrics: cotton gingham check, solid color cotton broadcloth, striped corron seersucker or acetate print. Sleeve and neckline styles in s u i t your tasre. Six.es 8-18. Summer Hand bags Reg. $5.98 Sears Days Value Set The hcsr short story you've heard in a long time . . . Imagine getting both shorts and tops for siu:h a low price! Delightful Styles in cotton tor cool summer comforr. Come e a r l y for yours . . you'll want one of each style. Sizes 10 to 18. CHARGE IT on Sears R e v o l v i n g the .ovcly assortment- of hcrrcr handbags in new i m p o r t u n e .shapes. Choose f r o m ics, patents a n d Scotch mist. H u r r y , icsi select ion. Girls 1 Cotton Baby Doll PJ's 44' r»i/.rs 7 lo M Adorable haiij' doll p a j a m a s in \ m u l t i - s t r i p e cotton w i t h lace t r i m . "V, Elasricix.cd w a i s i and leg opening ""» nn h l f x t m r r p a n i y . in Nylon Tricot ( l o l l o n D u s l c r s Si/es7-l4 - 99° ;F R o y a l Purple, R c a i i l i f i l m MYTfM *i-9« sup* . . l I L U l l l J Magic-Grow Reg. *1.25 Darren-Cotton 78 C s i A YlvVR SALK 988 ^d Each S p e c i a l s a v i n g s j u s t iri t i m e f u r iMnlhrr's O.iy, C r r a d i i a l i o n , K r u d ' - l A f i i l t n l o u s « . r l r r t i o n . . . p c r f r r t l u r " i f l i nr f»r v o n r - r l f . S i / r n ??. In 10. .Stock up now at these Sears D a y s Savings! R r a n r i f i i l Dainty with embroidery and lace. seamless clemi toe full fash- n ( . ;uc D a c r o n * po | ycstcr nni \ lonccl nylons in hcice, tau- T , n - , pcttc, sunset, smokctonc. Run ( ° r r o n - Lengthen up to 2-mchcs. proof after welt and toe ring. White. Sacs 7-14. Sizes 81/2 to 11. * DuPont Rc£. T.M". Sttop at Sears and Save - Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Exclusive OorcJtex Bras with the Beauty Lift That Lasts . . , KP P .«.«W O99 Stock up now and SAVP.! Cordtcx E l l i p t i c l i f t accentuates y o u f o r today's l i t h e look. Finely finished w h i t e cotton or n y l o n r n f f e t a w i t h n o n - r o l l hand. Sixes A, B, ('., 32 to -1.\ '"%W W: m -··".-"^ ii*'*. 81. l\. 61 h A v e n u e MA ;pi7, r i TUCSON STORJC HOURS irs.-SiU. iMon. and I'Yi. ) p.m. 9:30 ;i.tii.-9 p.m. - Citizen Photo EDWARD RUBLE 'Landlord' Ruble Can't Collect Rent By JACK MAGEE The t e n a n t s of a four-story building occupying a choice half-block in d o w n I. o \v n haven't paid any rent since il was b u i l t 35 years ago. There's n o t h i n g their 'landlord," Edward Ruble, :an do about it, either. How would you go about evicting federal agencies from the Post Office Building? Ruble is b u i l d i n g manager for the General Services Adm i n i s t r a t i o n ' s Tucson group. The Post Office B u i l d i n g is his biggest responsibility, bul he has others scattered throughout the city and Southern Arizona. HE'S IN CHARGE of M leased office spaces, from a 200-square-foot office used by the Department of Commerce, to 10,909 square feet occupied at the University of Arizona by the Geological Survey. The leases cost the government more t h a n $105,000 a year. Contracts for building maintenance and supplies cost another $105,000. The agencies supply their own materials, but Ruble f u r n i s h e s the o f f i - ces. The Tucson Post Office Building has 43,000 square feet of assignable space and it's seldom v a c a n t , never for very long. The space is occupied by the Post Office, which takes up the ground floor and several offices on the second floor; U. S. District Court; Bankruptcy Court; various federal agencies such as the FBI, Navy and Marine recruiting; the I m m i g r a t i o n and N a t u r a l i z a t i o n Service; and a small office for R u b l e h i m s e l f and his secretary. Other buildings in Ruble's domain are the 49-year-old Post Office structure at Douglas and the Post Office B u i l d i n g at Yuma; border crossing stations at Douglas, Nogales. Sasabe, Naco, Luke- v i l l e and San Luis; Selective Service quarters at Safford, Bisbee and Nogales; and the bracero reception center at Nosales. The Nogales complex soon is vo be expanded by a $2 million project. MUCH OF THE maintenance of the various buildings for which R u b l e is responsible is done by contractors. But Ruble's s t a f f of 33--including six on the telephone switchboard and teletypes in the Tucson Post O f f i c e Building --does a lot of the chores. These may i n c l u d e cleaning, j a n i t o r service, landscaping, repair and replacement. Ruble's remotest outpost is the Lukeville border crossing s t a t i o n , 41 miles from A j o , the nearest town. It has no telephone, so he has to contact it by border patrol or s h e r i f f ' s radio. Besides the office b u i l d i n g , t h e GSA takes care of four government owned residences and a house t r a i l e r t h e r e for the personnel at the s t a t i o n . Ruble, 55, is a World War U N a v y Seabee veteran of service in t h e S o u t h Pacific. He has been w i t h GSA seven ?md one h a l f years and in his present position since IflfiD. Before e n t e r i n g C i v i l Service, i Ruble operated a r e f r i g e r a t i o n j a n d a i r - c o n d i t i o n i n g b u s i n e s s j in R o n n o k f , I I I . No Interest In Polities, Says Graham M O N T R F - U X . S w i t z e r l a n d --(/!)--Fvnnpclist B i l l y Graham said t o d a y ho is not. in- t e r e s t e d i n n n v p o l i t i c a l o f . fico G r a h a m was i ' n n i m r n t i n g on a report, by i h e D a l l a s Times H e r a l d t h a t o i l m i l l i o n a i r e 11. 1.. Hum is t h i n k i n g of s u p p o r t ing him for ( h e l O f i - l R e p u b l i c a n p r e s i d e n t i a l n o m i n a t i o n . H u n t I n t e r said he did not f a v o r a n y o n e for t h e n o m i n a t i o n a n d said i l w a s n ' t l i k e l y t h e e v a n g e l i s t h a s p o l i t i c a l a m b i t i o n s . "[ have a m u c h bigger job as p r e a c h e r of t h e gospel t h a n a n y p o l i t i c a l o f f i c e i n thr, world," G r a h a m s a i d G r a h a m is here for I h f wed dim. 1 t o m o r r o w of his dauc.h- I r r , V i r g i n i a i n S l c p h r n ' I V h i v i d j i . m , son of a Swisi f i n a n c i e r .

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