Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 20
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 20

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
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PAGE 20 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, Stay AtTin Nivest Downtown Motor Hotii In PhotRix 1001 W: Central Ave. Free TV, Refrigerator, pool, Coffee Shop, Sample Rooms Avail Ale. Phone ALpine 2-8771 UA Student Injured In Bike G'ash 5th St.. gunned his bike in an j ]VO attempt to make K yellow light i and lost control, police reported, j The bike hit the southeast curb J at 3102 E. Grant Rd. and West- cott'j head struck a light standard. The motorbike traveled an j additional 52 feet and narrowly j missed two pedestrians, it was i reported. ; The accident took place shortly j 3 p.m. i Westcott is in the Liberal Arts Gas Fills Chandler Bar But Beer Binge Continues U. S. Fires Back At Russ, Cuban Criticism j newspaper Sort* Fleet charged i Rockefeller had joined "other j ringleader* of monopolies and Ihigh placed political figures ia ! advocating more spending for military, .adventures." A University of Arizona junior suffered a depressed skull fracture when he was thrown from his motorbike Sunday afternoon. '"Y^nT" 1 "-- *"""" """'"' * CHANDLER-tfv-Some 120mer-ia crowded Chandler tavern early Sf SeaS'ST**" " TUC " I * Wes-cort is in the Libera. Arts Bakers calmly continued to ,ip Traveling east on Grant road, j College. His parent* live in Ore- their beer while a broken pipe 1 Jimmy W. Westcott, 30. of 739 E. i gon. blew dangerous natural gas into bugs in your closet? Avoid Pesky Insect Damage! Safeguard your Valuable Household Items! FREE REFRIGERATED STORAGE NO LIMIT * NO CHARGE t I \ ! v t l i v . ' i StaNu !itn " I . K \ \ I \ V , wash well Pay only for insurance, 99c per $ 100 of valuation or fraction thereof. STORE FREE ALL SUMMER PAY NOTHING TIL NEXT FALL Drive A Cor/o// To Your Neorejf WASH WflL E. Speedway near El Rancho North Stone at Drachman *S. Craycroft at E. 26th St. *II08 E. Sixth at Fremont *N. Tucson Blvd. at Water St. *East 22nd at Wilmot 'Coin Operated Machine* yesterday. Meanwhile, another patron tried to stop the flow of gas by lying across the pipe while two friends sat on him. "It's just a good thing no one struck a match," sighed an Arizona Public Service Co. representative. The trouble started when a departing customer drove his car into a gas meter outside the Hamilton Corner Bar. Labor CUSTO'M-MADf. DRAPERES . . . «»d wi* fabric priced jwt fl.TI yd. IP M floor length draper- iec. Free borne eecera* tot* 20 North Scott · MA 4-2343 "Letter! to the Editor" keep you in touch with Tucson. Look for them on the Citi. ren'» editorial p*ge. Gas under terrific pressure began pouring into the tavern. Nim Rittger, operator of the bar, tried to persuade the customers to vacate the tavern. He had no luck. "Most of them just wanted to stay and keep on drinking beer," he said. Leonard Hayes, brother of the late Ira Hayes, the Arizona Indian who participated in the famed flag raising on Iwo Jima in World War II, stuffed his shirt into the end of the pipe. .The great pressure blew the shirt right back. Hayes lay across the pipe. The pressure spun him off. Hayes tried again. This time Harold Darrell and Stephen Burnett Jr. sat on him. They couldn't hold him down. Richard Karkula of Arizona Public Service arrived and shut off the gas. "That was really a high pressure line," he jaid. "The gas was rushing out of the pipe at such pressure you could hear the hissing sound a quarter of a mile away." Karkula said there almost surely would have been "an explosion had anyone lighted a match or cigarette lighter inside the tavern. "When I got there." he said, "a woman was running around warning everyone not to strike a match. But as scon as she would tell one group, she would have to rush over to another bunch and stop someone who was pulling a package of cigarettes from his pocket." The motorist who drove into the "gas meter is still'unidentified. · if 1111 m 9 co Specials Mondoy, TuexJoy, Wednesday FOOD \jfGKf Be Sure To Register For ROUND STEAK U.S.D.A. CHoiai KMflN For SwiMng Ib. Hams FuHy Cook«d £3.19 Bacon rosHfOfi 49* PINEAPPLE 3 No. 2^ $1 Cant I JELL-O CAKE MIX Siktd HtfliQQW Fortune Cookies ** *** ** 43 Fun For All You May Be The Winner Of A Beautiful ? QIOM Sanborn All Grinds lunch Meat Pure Pork Coffee Spam Welchade Tomato Juice Strawberry Jam SI7 2 1 £?49 e Red Beets W.o«' 10 ^fn. Bath Tissues A-oS2co]o« 4 ^ 49 C DOUBLE STAMPS TUESDAY Large Arizona Red Potatoes CREAM PIES Chocolate Coconut Good lot Strawberry California Bell Peppers lorgtRoyd Apricots «». 19 C Green Beans BrOCCOll Krds Eyt Chopped JL umif IKghts Reserved 2^39° **. 35 C XMI'SSUfMMKT. 4tlOS.12tkAv«. leer -- Wn» OKMAtKIT «00t. 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The DAHLBERG WASHINGTON-tf)-The United States has fired back at the increased salvos of criticism coming from Russia and Cuba. · · Within a period of a few hours Saturday, the State { Department: 1--Said it was disgusted with j Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's bitter attacks on President Eisenhower, It accused Khrushchev of trying to degrade international relations and confuse the issue of the Paris summit conference collapse. 2--Protested to Havana that the Fidel Castro regime was building an intense official campaign of slander against the United States. It said the Cuban government was · trying to sow 1 distrust and animosity while'.claiming to seek friendship and understanding. · President Eisenhower, yitnout naming Khrushchev, also hit back at the personal criticism of him which has been flowing \out of Mosccrtl. "" . In a commencement address yesterday at the University of Notre Dame, he deplored as "the enemies of human dignity" the leaders who "brandish angry epithets, slogans and satellites." Earlier, Eisenhower had said in a talk at West Point, N. Y,, mat Khrushchev's "ill tempered expressions" had made the Western alliance stronger than ever. That time he did mention the Soviet leader by name. The, weekend statement issued by Secretary of State Christian A. Herter through the State Department was aimed directly at Khrushchev and his "personal attempts at vilification." It said: "All America, I am sure, shares Havana responded quickiy to thi protest directed its way. Castro's ministry of foreign relations rejected it. The ministry »id a reply to the U.S. complaints would be made injjood tiiae. 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