Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 24, 1960 · Page 7
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Wednesday, August 24,1960 Tucson Mian Held In 5 Bank Thefts Patrick Benjamin paddock, 34, Of Tuesgi was in county jail yesterday awaiting court action on charges accursing him of three Phoenix bank robberies. Ex-eonvict Paddock is accused of getting $4,600 in a robbery last ftonth of the Valley Bank's branch it 1845 E. McDowell, and more than $20,000 in two robberies at the Valley Bank's branch at 1820 W, Van Buren. PADDOCK WAS returned here from Las Vegas, Nev., where he wis nabbed July 28, by FBI tgents. , Me is held in lieu of $55,000 bail.. Paddock, unless he pleads guilty -to the charges, probably yrill have to wait until his case Is presented to the federal grand jury scheduled to sit here next month. LAST SATURDAY Paddock wa viewed by bank employes in a lineup at Phoenix FBI headquarters. FBI agents declined to com ment on results of the lineup. Paddock was raptured through ^information supplied by Robert E Schmidt, assistant manager o the E! McDowell branch. Schmidt supplied police with a description of the get-away car which let to Paddock. Thi§ Cowboy Just Too Big For Boots CLINTON, N.J. (UPI) - Wil liam Brown, 5f, who likes to stride through the streets wearing a big cowboy hat and boots, wa arrested yesterday for orderin§ five noisy teenagers out of towi at the point of a revolver. Brown told police he ordere< the youngsters to leave last Wed nesday because "they wer bothering me with their noise." .The. Afrktftii Republic, Phttetii** Attama Former FBI Man To Aid Cleanup Unit TODAY'S WEATHER— Thunder showers forecast for tomorrow in northern and central plains and south Atlantic coast from Florida to North Carolina. Will be cool in plains and Rockies with showers in Idaho and western lakes area. New England and middle Atlantic States cooler, warmer in Great Basin and central plateau area.—<AP_Wjrephpto) Six Lose Lives In Auto Crash FERNIE, British Columbia (AP) — A Vancouver family of 'our and two other persons were killed yesterday when a car missed a detour, crashed through a bridge railing, and plunged 60 feet to a river bed. The accident happened 30 miles south of this small town in British Columbia's southeast corner, The bridge spanned the Elk River. Charles Hutchinson, his wife and their two children were among the victims. Royal Can adian Mounted Police did not im mediately identify the other two victims. Rural Library Service Gets House Aid Okay WASHINGTON (UP!) - The R>use yesterday passed and sent to the White House legislation continuing federal aid for rural years. STUDIES COST 9 MILLION NEW YORK — The American Heart Association plans to spend $9 million for research in the ir months started July 1. The bill was approved by a standing vote of 190 to 29, with all opposition on the Republican side. WASHINGTON (AP) ~ Terence F. McShane, former FBI agent, was reported yesterday to have been appointed chairman of the board of monitors charged with directing a Teamsters Union corruption cleanup. Letters disclosing a decision to appoint McShane have been written to parties involved in the case by U.S. District Judge F. Dickinson Letts, informed sources said. Letts plans to administer the oath of office here Friday to McShane, who will succeed Martin F. O'Donoghue. The latter resigned last month as chairman of the three-man board of monitors in despair, he said, that a cleanup of the 1,600,000-member teamsters could be accomplished. O'Donoghue's three-year efforts had been thwarted, he said, by a tangle of litigation brought by teamsters Boss James R. Hoffa and other chiefs of the union. WEDNESDAY STORE HOURS 10 A.M. TO * e* M4M MtK HUIHtlHlJninHUH((SiU(lllHl'«lluillllfl»UHllliPHi'MililiitiHmuuMiiiu"HiiiiHi"ii''"ii"»"'"«>"""»i™"'" 1 " ™i™-™» ™«• ™— • •"••— -.—-----—- - WEDNESDAY STORE HOURS 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Cft ff.4431 PARK CINTRAL brushed orlon "shaggies" Cuddly, soft, wonderful for casual, or school wear. This is the look of fall '60. 80% orlon, 20% mohair with 3 /4 sleeve, Plum, blue, lilac, lodert, gold, charcoal. PULLOVER 3,98 CARDIGAN 4.98 NECKWEAR Diamond's, 3033 N. 3rd Ave. Phoenix, Arizona Please send me the following color | size | quantity item Name ,,. ^. »• • •««• ••» Address < « ,,« City »«* State Check or M.O. Q C.O.D. Q CHG. pleas* Include 8H% *ai«!J8 tw WEDNESDAY STORE HOURS 10 A.M. TO 6 P.M. Cl f-4441 MRK CtNTRAl "the look of silk" ... in Ton! Hunt transitionals as advertised in Vogue top to bottom • SHIRTWAIST in a rayon and cotton blend that looks and feels like silk. New lowered tote pocke.ts and shirred yoke back at waist are high fashion touches. Plum and Carmel. Sizes 10-18, g.95 Mail or Phone Orders Promptly filled. Use handy order blank to left DOUBLE BREASTED fashion in a lovely rayon and cotton blend that looks like silk. Wide away set in collar, and double breasted look are the new fashion touches. Teal, Periwinkle. Sizes 10-18, l2'/2-20i/ 2 . 8.95 BOWRIGHT in rayon and cotton silk look blend. Beautifully draped bodice, with peek- a-boo effect. Beige, Blue. Sizes 12-20, I4 1 /?*. ,24'/ 2 . 8.95 BRISSES, Mi Save in our ; August sale of t -i,--/ . ;,-, • '•H-vr • .T:.'".V beautifully hand tailored coats specially priced at $ 58 choose from fabrics such as:; Forstmann's Plush Einiger's "Alpaca,"••• Einiger's "Algeria," Northfield's" "Morocco," or Suri, Oscar Cahn Tweeds, "Moregode Exclusive," from France*; "Dormevil" from Great Britain. choose from colors: such as nude, blue, black, red, grey, oatmeal, purple, brown, beige. choose from-styles: with bracelet sleeves, push «p sleeves,,- dutch coats, burton front eoats, tuxedos, ; ALL COATS HAVE HAND SEWN SATIN MILIUM LININGS TO MATCH top to bottom EINIGER'S ALGERIA camel hair Mend S button. Sunburst tucked back yoke. Blue, Red, Cream, fe-16«-«» EINIGER'S ALGERIA camel hair blend. Sunburst tucked back yoke; ftude, Red, Silver. Petites 2-1-2, regular 6-l'& COATS ,,. $10 DOWN NOkOl VDWR t costs no more to shop the store that brings you the best of everythIng,,,S & H Sreen Stamps, fool

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