Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 13, 1964 · Page 3
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FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13, 1964 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE! --Citizen Photo Waiting for El Presidente Crowds begin lining the roadway leading to the Mexican gateway building in Nogales, Son., early yesterday to see President Adolfo Lopez Mateos. In the background are arches of the gateway building, and beyond is the new U.S. Border Inspection Station. Custom-Built Shovels LONDON - UPI - Tractor (steam) shovels on show next week at the public works exhibition here will have radios, automatic cigarette lighters, armchair seats and lunch trays in the cabs. Casual Bandit Strolls Off Thumbing 'Take' SAN FRANCISCO-UPI-Police are searching for a casual bandit who held up a savings and loan office here and waited out thumbing through $1,400 in cash. Mrs. Elizabeth Larsen, a teller, told police the man passed her a note saying he had a gun in his pocket. She gave him all the money she had and he strolled out a rear door, counting the bills. Dentists Urge Fight On Smoking SAN FRANCISCO -UPl-- The American Dental Association closed out its 105th annual session yesterday by urging its members to "inform their patients of the health hazards of the use of tobacco, especially cigarette smoking by y o u n g people." The association pointed out that each year 28,000 to 36,000 new oral cancer cases occur, of which more than 6,000 are fatal. It said the resolution was issued "in accordance with the public education responsibility of the dental profession. . ." The 23,118 dentists who attended the four-day session also voted to establish a national coordinating agency for dental service corporations. The corporations operate on a non-profit basis similar to Blue Cross - Blue Shield and provide pre-paid dental care. Test Your Retirement Plans In TUCSON SPANISH COLONIAL j * ',' APARTMENTS RENT AN APARTMENT. ...3, 6 or 12 Months Lease The comfortable and convenient garden rental apartments, from $80 per month up, in Spanish Colonial architecture are built around 30 neighborhood parks. Close by are the Medical Clinic, Shopping Plaza, Police and Fire Station and all the multitude of recreational facilities in Tucson Green Valley. Tucson Green Valley is a quiet place to live . . . oat of airplane traffic pattern. TUCSON GREEN VALLEY HAS ONE OF AMERICA'S LOWEST TAX RATES The Nation's Finest Retirement Community and Arizona's Fastest Growing Development Come See For Yourself -- Visit All Tucson Green Valley Developments: Rental Apartments, Townhouses, Fairway Homes, Foothills, Farms and Acres. Golf Course Open to Public. Visit Tucson Green Valley, Drive 19 Miles South of Tucson City Limits on Nogales Highway US, 89 to Tucson Green Valley. Open Daily 10 a.m.. to 6 p.m. For Information Phone Tucson 327-6831 or write Maxon Construction Co., 239 W. Esperanza Blvd. Green Valley, Arizona WOLLENSAK-REVERE AT NILES Another first for Tucson from Niles--your tape recorder headquarters. Once again it's open house and your chance to visit with the factory representative and see the great new line of 3-M recorders. MEET THE REP! MR. HUGH KAMMEIER REVERE-WOLLENSAK CO FRIDAY, NOV. 13 6:00-9:00 P.M. SATURDAY, NOV. 14 9:00 . 5:30 NEW WOLLENSAK "1220" · VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL OPERATION · OUTSTANDING TAPE FIDELITY · TAB-CONTROL CONVENIENCE THE M-2. A tape system more convenient to operate than a changer! Changes tapes automatically--up to 15 hours of unattended stereo. Record stereo, tool Available as * deck. WOLLENSAK T-1400. Mono, 2 speed, record/ playback, two level recording indicator, tone control. High fidelity at a budget prieell 400 N. 4th AVE. 622-4884 NEW WOLLENSAK "1280". Detachable speakers. Stereo record and playback. VU meters, 2 dynamic microphones. The price? Fantastic!! OPEN FRIDAY 'TIL 9:00 MM £VtS*ON A* NILES Former Official W. T. Brooks Dies PHOENIX --1*1 -- William T. Brooks, a former Democratic state official, will be buried Monday in the Ft. Whipple Vet- rans Cemetery in Prescott. Brooks died Thursday at the age of 77. He had been hospitalized for nine days after suffering a heart attack while watching election returns on television. Brooks served one term as state treasurer in the mid-1940s, Jien was elected to two six-year :erms as a corporation commissioner. He was defeated in the Democratic primary in 1958 by Jack Buzard. Brooks tried to win the post back in I960, 1962 and this year. He failed each time. In this year's primary, he lost by 43 votes to Democrat Dick Herbert. Born in Round Rock, Tex., Brooks had lived in the Phoenix area for the past 44 years. Most of his time was spent in Chandler. He sold real estate and managed b u s i n e s s property William T. Brooks when not in public office. He was a veteran of World War I, and served in the Fifth Balloon Company. He was elected to three terms as commander of the American Legion in Chandler and was a past district commander of the Legion. Funeral services will be conducted in Phoenix at 10 a.m. Monday at A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary. Brooks is survived by his widow, Pearl E.; a son, William T. Jr., of Cambria, Calif.; a stepson, Francis Moore of Los Angeles; three grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Feelings, Drives To Be Discussed "Feelings and Drives: Good or Evil?" will be the topic for discussion at a meeting Monday of the Foundation for Human Understanding. The meeting, which will begin at 8 p.m. in Division 7, Superior Court, Pima County Courthouse, is open to the public. Admission charge is $1 for non-members High school and college student' are admitted free. 2545 N. TUCSON BLVD. Ju«t North el Grant Road , EA 7-6341 V ONE CARAT DIAMONDS 4 Days Only-Fri., Sat., Mon. Tues. 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