Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 40
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 40

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 40
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T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, ff« Sears Summer ROEBUCK AND CO. CALL MA 3-4751 Ex. 355 or FREE £ S ti mate Jn Your Home HURRY SALE ENDS SAT. June 11 Harmony House cut pile cotton carpet at Sears for only Here is your opportunity to have beautiful wall-to- will carpet without t big outlay of money. Thick, soft, luxurious cut pile cotton brpadloom will wear long, age gracefully. 6 Harmony House colors. it'-r *fy"si i Harmony House all wool loop pile-carpet reg. 6.95 sq. yd., now All wool loop pile carpet if designed to give long wear..Mothproofed. Deep, luxurious pile comes in. 6 Harmony House colon. 9, 12, 15-ft. widths. Come in or shop at home. ALL FIRST QUALITY! .:-.vX-ft ; i- ::.;*¥:«: .x^M* ^TMm Harmony House all nylon carpet reg. 7.95 A fabulous nylon carpet at this low budget price... looks simply beautiful with any furniture style. Non-allergenic, mothproof and mildew resistant. 31: SEE our complete line of Ready\ ' To-Paint .modern Furniture , .·* r ^-/:* M , ,,·!( A4^v.4fi -vV Mr %, V\-.H Harmony House sleep twins has no bumps, no buttons! reg. 89.95 combination with 4" Searofo«m mattress 7788 , 4 4 twin eize Harmony House medium firm' 6-in. foam latex bed set Extra thick foim l»tex mattress never TCg. 15i».y needs turning, is self ventilating. ~1 Cfcfkfift Sag-free 14 gauge steel coiled box I J\J spring completes outfit. Both covered -*- ^" -^ in rayon dimask. twin S1ZC 189.95 full set . . . 159.88 so much fun to finish! Harmony House big 58-inch triple dresser -- Modern off-the-floor styling .in select tt%. 49-95 Philippine mahogany. Paint to match 88 your decor, or use in its natural color. 9 drawers. Brass finished hardware. reg. 39.95 double dresser reg. 34.95 5 drawer chest 42 34.88 29.88 Pampering quilt-top foam cradles you all over, actually adjusts to your contours. Never retains odor, never needs turning or airing. Cotton-rayon damask cover, ·full size Reg. 104.95 92.88 2-Pc. modern wide arm living room set rc g . 399.95 Q9Q 88 $10 DOWN SAVE 70.07 Modern as you like it ... with clean smooth lines, deep tufted back and wide arm styling. Luxurious foam latex cushions, slim tapered legs. Combination plain and pattern frieze covcf i Harmony House colors. 'V Harmony House autumn maple 3 pc. bedroom suite in colonial styling reg. 267.85 99Q88 now only 4U4W^7 $10 Down Hand rubbed maple tops, antique brass, finished pulls. Double dresser with plate glass mirror, center guided drawers. Full panel bed, 5 drawer chest. Matching nightstand Reg. 34.95 · 28.88 Harmony House drip-dry cotton plaid cafes reg. 2.98 cafes now only 2 67 pr, 50x30-in. Harmony House bronzeplate 7-pc. modern dinette rcg. 119.95 QQ ;7.7 make your own draperies and slipcovers from these fabrics 990 and _l_ yd Tertored cocion fabrk bas a linen-fike look. Pinch pkated tap* have rings. Bold, bright colors. VaUnce 98c yd. isS $;?»» Full family-size dinette hi modern bronte plated steel.,, with '*jj£ mar resistant plastic table top in two-tone finish . . . extends from 36x48" to 36x72". Six padded chans in wwhabk striped plastic covers. * ^Satisfaction guaranteed or your money back' Open Daily 9:30-5 81 N. 6TH AVE. Unbelievable, 'isn't it, to think of getting fabrics heavy enougb for slipcovers at this price. Choose from exquisite florals, modem* a«td ptovintiah. Hwry while this assortment lasts. ;30 Mon. and Fri, Until 9 p.m. MA 3-4751 TUCSON Oil Tycoon Era Seems At An End By LEROY POPE. . NEW .YORK--UH--The age ttuit ' created ; the oil millionaires appears to have coine to an end. Jean Paul Getty, the Texan who parlayed an inherited oil fortune into becoming the world's richest man, may be .the .last great, oil tycoon. For the oil business is getting so tough, new companies just can't get-in it. .Even governments find the going rough." ,, ' ' An oil strike still can make Hie owners of the land on which 'it is found comfortably well off. But the ctiances of wildcat dperatori striking huge gushers and opening new fields on privat* farm lands virtually no longer exist' " The remaining oil field*' with great potential in the r workt^in Africa, Asia, Canada; LathvAmer- ica aid even'in the United"Sta'tes-- largely have'been stakefl-out and the rights to explore them brought up by 'the existing big oil companies. Most of the Mand« art owned'outright by governments or subject to government control and. to laws that give "the people;, as represented by government royal-, ry rights equal or superior to thost enjoyed by the private land ; owners. · ' ' · ·· ·· '·: . . · · · ' · . ' "Even 8 this were not-the case,, chances . would- be- against-.Noil strikes creating any more great fortunes Kke those of the. Rockefellers : and: -the generation of Texas oil tycoons typified by the Murdiisons and McCarthys.. For, even in the face of steadily growing consumption of .petroleum products,, the r world has · glut of oil that appa'rentiy .only a wartime consumption could wipe out. Canada and even some of the Latin-American and Middle Eastern countries with the lowest production costs are having trouble marketing all their oil. Production is severely curtailed in many U. S. oil fields. Oil publications say a company or a nation opening a new oilfield has merely made a start when it invests, millions of dollars in exploration and drilling. Thereafter, about $3,000 in capital must be raised for every barrel per day of production to "refine it and take it to market. That means a 10,000-barr'el-a- day field requires an immediate further investment of 430 million to take the oil and its- products to market. Then it must be sold in competition -with oil on which these costs already have been amortized in whole or. in part. That doesn't leave to newcomers in the oil business room for the kind of profits that made.thf Rockefeller and Getty fortunes. reg. 1.69 to 3.25yd. Girl Endures Long Wait For Help With the don near her ey« caught on * Venetian blind hook, a 13-year-old girl waited for nearly an hour for help to come, yesterday morning. Knally, Lula Buchanan, 13, of 2662 W. Mossman could stand tht pain no longer and pulled away, tearing a small piece of tissue near the eye. She was taken to St. Mary's Hospital where she was listed in satisfactory condition and in no danger of losing the eye. But the girl may not soon forget the nearly 60 minutes of agonizing terror she spent impaled on the inch long hook. The hook, which is attached to the bottom' slat, holds the blind to the wall. Sheriff's Deputy Carlos Contreras said the girl became caught on the hoolc when, still hajf-awake, she turned her head against 'the wall of her bed and started to rise. When Contreras arrived and discovered the girl's 'plight, he urged her not to move for fear that the hook would penetrate her eye. The deputy, an ambulancs driver, and a fire department rescue team, stood helplessly by while the teen-ager laid motionless in her bed waiting tor an eye doctor. A few minutes after the girl freed herself the doctor arrived. The gir! was taken immediately to the hospital. Contreras said Hie mishap occurred in the trailer home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Barnum, of 2662 W. Mossroan. Tucsonian Heads Arizona'VFW Two Tucaonitns were etected to high state office* at the annual Veteran* of Foreign Wars convention · wWcfe concluded this week end in Eagar, Arizona. Eugene A. Robson was elected state commander of the 42 state VHW posts. A local officer for the past 16 years, Robson is a member of post 4903 at 5702 E. Speed- i way. | Elected judge advocate for the state was Sidney Wilson, a mem- i ber of post 549 at 1713-S. Park. I The VFW has more flian 6,000 I members in fte Department of I Arizona. Duke Keeps Cool LONDON -WJ- The Dofce of Marftoronlh, according to owe newspaper, wears a bow 'fie with his Trcorwmg coat rm JM* days "to i fcese? Ms dhest 1. i

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