Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 14
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 14

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PAGE 14 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 .Best Quality lowest Prices! m^ ~" ' · · · "~" :" 4Ki CHUCK ROAST U.S.D.A. Choice or PS SUPREME Beef Blade Cut Franks Farmer John's All Meat, Mb. cello pk. 39 BONELESS REB ROAST CROSS cur U.S.D.A. CHOICE OR PS SUPREME BEEF . .Lb. 79' Prices Effective April 2*9 thru May I--Limit Rights Reserved. SVV/FT'S OIL COFFEE )·······*·······*··············«········*···«···»« 1 PEACHES 1 Red Beans I 5 HUNT'S 300 can ! SMALL HUNT'S 2'/2 can *»···*»···!·······························«······· Cake Mix Duncan Nines Devil's Food, Reg. Size Lima Beans and HAM Nalley's 24-oz. can Lasagne Nalley's 24-oz. can IV 39' 39 Wax Beans 1 *^c Libby's Cut 303 Can __..... - · *J Distilled WaterO ^c PS Gallon No Deposit _ _ -TM ^ Olives Arnold's Select Ripe Tall Can _ Water Softener 105 Unrtrm'c «^l+ RO.Ik K^n · Morton's Salt. 50-lb. bag c/Salt Flour PS Brand 26-oz. box Pillsbury 10-lb. Bag 95 FRESH PRODUCE CANTALOUPES Mouth Watering Vine Ripened STO«.HOURS MONDir ttiriTfRIDM NOON tt 9 Jim STuHOAV Oftv '0 i* w 1 «m iUNOH OKU MION te'6 C"i 22nd Oaucroft · ' , ' ' · . . " ' · ^J * · ' . Intruders May Have Caused Fire Burglars or vandals may have been responsible for a fire which, Saturday night caused damage estimated at $2,500 to a home at 1502 E. 27th St. - -·;'. When firemen from Station 10 arrived, the entire roof was ablaze, according to Capt. Leslie Moran. He added that some kitchen dishes were found wrapped in newspapers and that pennies were found behind 11 of 12 fuse socket* in a closet fuse box. The owner, Mrs. Lula B'. Lackey, 44, who; .was not at home when the fire was discovered by a neighbor, said she had not wrapped the dishes in newspapers or put the pennies in the fuse sockets. She also reported that a television set was missing from the home. Firemen, however, found all doors locked when they. arrived about 10:15 p.m. Moran said $2,000 of the damage was'to the building and $500 to the contents. ill, DIAMOND BRIDAL DUO Bofh Kingi 50 See our superb selec tion unsurpassed a n y w h e r e f o r Style, Value and · Beauty. EASY CREDIT TERMS f 30 DAY MONEY BACK GUARANTEE If youdonotagree thai your diamond purchased from us Is !h best value for your money, return it withii 30 days (or a refund. "Meet Harry- Wear Diamonds" SHOP EVERY FRIDAY N1TE 'TIL 9 P.M. --Citizen Photo by Tom K»«er DID BOYS START IT? Standing among assorted items of'junk, firemen battle a fire which yesterday damaged a salvage yard and an adjacent District 1 school building used to store clothing collected in PTA drives. Two boys were spotted fleeing the yard shortly before the flames swept.the structure. Boys Seen At Salvage Yard Just Before Fire, Police Told Two young boys were seen running from a salvage yard at 98 S. Main Ave. yesterday afternoon m i n u t e s before flames swept through the yard and an adjacent building. Total damage to the salvage yard, owned by the Copper State Iron Metals Co., which moved recently to 701 E. 36th St., was estimated at only $150, but damage to the adjacent b u i l d i n g , owned by School District 1, may run as high as $1,000, according to Battalion Chief Paul A. Williams. For Healthy SEPTIC TANKS CESSPOOLS AND DRAINS CHEMICAL TOILETS IK FAILOUT JHELTEU UttSEPTONIC Regularly! Mil ^P JF K»«pl look working, odor- free. Easy lo gs*. Fast, safe, harml«si to plumbing. Costa only 38c mo., JOO-gal. tank. Money bock guarantee! 4 Trealm«nl» At Grocer, Hardware, Plumbing Stores, Co-Sales Co., Tucson The school building, at 76 S. Main Ave., suffered mainly roof damage, according to District Supt. Robert D. Morrow. Four of its six rooms contained second-hand clothing which had been gathered in PTA - sponsored c l o t h i n g drives, he said. Williams said some of the clothing was damaged by water but most of it was saved. Twenty-two men from five fire trucks spread 4,000 feet of hose to fight the blaze, which was of considerable size when firemen arrived at 3 p.m. A strong wind from the north fanned the flames. Daniel Parkhurst, who said he lives at his business, the Signal Engineering Co., 1120 E. Broadway, told police that he saw two boys, about 11 or 12 years old, running from the salvage yard just before 3 p.m. Impromptu Car Wash University of Arizona men, said by a campus security officer to be "showing off in front of the girls," early yesterday held an impromptu car wash in front of Manzanita Hall, N. Park Ave. and E. 1st St. Water for the operation came from a fire hydrant, turned off twice by a city water department employe. When it was turned on by a student for the third time, police broke up the gathering about 1:15 a'.m. Sgt. William Heisman of the campus patrol said one of the students apparently had a special wrench for the hydrant. The men students, about 200 strong, were cheered on by dozens of coeds in Manzanita Hall as cars--especially convertibles -- drove through the spray. Heisman said the men weren't demonstrating against anything, "just showing Off in front of the girls." , i ms mm K5s;f wxi sssss sssjs -tma ssaa sass* «ss;is cast vssssa «sv KS.KS BKU NEVER BEFORE! CURTIS-MATHES COMPLETE HOME ENTERTAINMENT With No Sacrifice In Quality AT AN UNBELIEVABLE LOW PRICE! You Have to See It and Hear It to Believe It! Special Purchase! $ 249 95 with trade Never before! One of America's greatest values! SID'S and Curtis Mathes break the price barrier to give you a three-way combination entertainment center for a very little more tfian the price of a portable! A limited time offerl Hurry in while the stock lasts! 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