Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 18
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 18

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 18
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PAGE IS T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, SAVE 4lc P e r l O Q t . Can Sears Summer Sale \ SAVE ON HEAVY DUTY j ALLSTATE MOTOR OIL j ! Ceremonies In France Mark D-Day Anniversary Hit. lit 2 BAYEUX France-- * --French Foreign Minister Maurice Couve De Murville. commemorating the Normandy landings 16 years ago, said today the world's new "balance of power ended the threat that Germany alone could imperil the world. Seizing the opportunity of cele- Double detergent super additive cleans as it lubricates vital engine parts. Compounded especially for use at all speeds, short or long drives and all types of climates. For Improved POWER ECONOMY PERFORMANCE SAVE 2-WAYS ON SPARK PLUGS'^? 1. Sivt 30c on s Set of Sir s^g\f\ 2. Savt Labor Com . . . r *F"V instill th«m yourself. gfclrf Reg. 4.39 Set of 8 NOW 3.99 8 J. C. Higgins Sleeping Bag..CeIacIoud* Filled Treated Kenisan liner retards mildew, odors. CelacJoiid* aretate fill. Water repellent gray broadcloth cotton covrr. 33:*74-inch. *CcUnerr Ri-p.'I'M. determining element in the security of all and established "a counterbalance to the mass organized !n the East under the auspices of the Soviet Union." This counterbalance "is the fundamental condition to a genuine peace," he said. Couve De Murville called for brations on the beaches for a re-! greater Allied cooperation, "nota- view of western foreign policy, i bly among those who assume the Couve De Murville said there had i most major responsibilities." He been profound changes in West said that despite differences Germany since the Allied invasion. "It is in Germany itself without doubt that the essential transformations have appeared, first because she remains divided to this day, and because in any event the new balance of forces in the ! world forbids forever that she | could be, in the future, the peril j that she has so cruelly, in the past, represented for each of us," essentials was he declared. 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Elgin Outboard Motor $174 198 98 maneuver, easy to aluminum Use Your Credit Now i And SAVE ! j Fast Going, Phone Size ! TOWER Electric Adder for only 109 Adds, subtracts, multiplies! Feather- touchkeysli«to6columns--9,999-99 and total to 7--99,999-99- Lightweight Tyril plastic body. Compact 9-1/2x5-3/4*4x1 /Sin. SHOP MON. FRI. NIGHTS "FAMILY NIGHTS" TIL 9 ACIDOFILAC RADIANCE N a t u r e ' c ideal composite culture of selected strains of lacta bacilli aeidophilus and bulgariciu-- 1 Pint *1.75 7 bofH« for $10.50 For intestinal health -- h e l p * against gas and constipation. Implants the friendly flora after the use of antibiotics. BOPP HEALTH FOOD STORES 4 3 5 . 6th Av.. MA 3-8731 MM E. Speedway EA MM1 "agreement on indispensable/' After U. S. and British bombers had softened up Nazi strong- points, 1,000 planes and gliders brought in the first D-Day forces. Assault troops from a gianfchan- nel armada swept across the beacnes near Bayeux. Soon a beachhead 60 miles long and 10 miles deep began receiving Allied forces which eventually numbered 2,800,000 men. Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower wai in command. The news spread like wildfire throughout occupied France, and resistance fighters went into action behind the German lines. Bayeux, the first city liberated, fell to the British June 7.- At it has each year since, Bayeux marked the anniversary of D-Day with solemn ceremonies. French Veterans Minister Raymond Triboulet and Couve De Murville laid wreaths on a floodlit Liberation monument last night. Couve De Murvillt rekindled the "Flame of Liberty," then a French navy band played the national anthems of the Allied nations. French troops paraded through the streets of Bayeux. The two ministers were to visit nearby Omaha and Utah beaches and an American cemetery today. Red Cross Asks Help' For Chile Relief Group To prevent duplication of activity in establishing Chilean relief, Henry R: Merchant Jr., chairman of the Tucson Red Cross chapter, has asked interested groups to serve as members of the Chilean Relief Committee for Tucson. The committee, according to Merchant, will- icrve as an informational and coordinating center for Tucsonians who wish to contribute disaster funds or material in the form of bedding and clothing. The invitation to set up a special committee has been, extended to! churches, civic leaders, labor groups and others interested in Chilean relief. The National Red Cross has re- ported that "the Chilean disaster is greater in scope than any in the 79-year history of the American Red Cross. To date, the American Red Cross has allocated $175,000 for Chilean relief and has provided more than $250,000 worth of donated medical and other wp- plies. The Red \ Cross l» accepting cash contributions designated for Chilean relief, to be forwarded to the Chilean Red Cross. Local cash contributions so far total $349. The Tucson Council of Churches has issued an emergency appeal through its 45 member churches for funds, clothing and especially blankets, as this if the winter season in Chile. Duplicate Winners Listed Winner* in.the regular weekly duplicate game held at the UA Student Union were: SECTION A North-South: 1--Mr. and Mn. Paul Anderson; 2--Arnold Swan- cara and Howard Anderson; 3-Mrs. "Gertrude Moore and Miss Betty Carson, East-West: 1-Mrs. Ruth Voss and Mrs. Lee Downer; 2--Mrs. Alva Cobble and Mrs. George Fossen; 3--Mrs. Camilla Diemer and Miss Viola Cecil. SECTION B North-South: 1--Mrs.: Lee Ertz and Peral R e y n o l d s ; 2--Mrs. Helen Curtis and Lou Fischer; 3-Mrs. Sally Sandquist and Miss Lillian Patane. East-West: 1--Mr. and Mrs. William Estes; 2--Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Robinson; 3--Harry W. Green and Axel Johnson. Willcox Rancher Killed By Hone VlLLCOX-W-Fred Wee. Si- year-old ' WiUcox tret rtadwr. died Sunday of injuries suffered last Thuriday when he wai kicked by a horse. Price, hurt while attempting to lead the horse into a trailer, was taken to a Willcox hospital for surgery. He operated a ranch for many years in the Turkey Creek section of the Chirieahua Mountains. Funeral services will be conducted Tuesday in Douglas. Price is survived by his wif«, Theodora; three brothers and two sisters. TOOTH STAINS by d*nt»h to rtmev* _, ttoint from t*«th. Stain-frM W**fc loek bright, fttl wonderful. WMiding Gift Display Tahiti ' TreuuMU I COOT tacki-Banqu* ToWw-Feldinj Chain " tortobl* Ror»-hmch lowti, dipt A ladlw-Silvtnw* Stomwora-CMnawarc-Cak* Knita i Sonar S»h-ToW» l«W FREE 16-Page "WEDDING GUIDE"! Hn | a B,^ UMdv-Brifel lhini» Tm ftHtmf L^M!M«H£B^H M* ft lilin il ··MpAM-rwh «!.%«. Illy mi. ilfcj^l^jiMI CMM l*...(rtf y*w Cfff--nOMI PHONE FOR PROMPT DELIVERY MA 2-8821 ISO? f. 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