Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 16
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 16

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PASE 16 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 Weekend Crowd Of 10,000 Opens Parade Of Homes A crowd -estimated at 10,000 flocked" to the opening of the 1963 Parade of Homes at 9001 E. Speedway Blvd. over the weekend. The parade, which con-! tinues through May 12, features 10 homes grouped in a one-block area. It is designed ^to show the variety.of hous- ing styles and construction techniques available in Tucson. , . = George Holick, general chairman, said ; a steady flow of spectators moved through the homes yesterday. Besides / the new homes, there are exhibits of housing accessories and building ma- G R A D E A F R E S H MILK / DEPOSIT Cottage Cheese 2 Ib. carton ................ ....1 .............. 39f! Semi Boneless Pork Roast ............ .................... Ib. 29 Ground Beef 3 Ib. for ........................................... 79 Eastside Beer case of 24 Bottles plus deposit ........ $2.69 Rlterbrand cigarettes carton ................................ SI. 97 Blah Beer, plus deposit, 3 qts. for ..... .. ................ SI. 00 BEST SUPERMARKET 5555 E. CRAYCROFT 5th Mon. thru Sat. 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sunday 10 A.M. to 6 P.M. terials. Viewing hours for the parade begin at noon on Saturdays, 11 a.m. on Sundays and 1 p.m. on weekdays. Closing time is 9 p.m. each day. The parade is sponsored by the Tucson Parade of Homes Inc., which is a division of the Tucson Home Builders Association. This year's entries are: Casa Madera, Tucson Lumber Dealers Association; Casa de Chirco, Chirco Construction Co.; Hosoji, Locke McCorkle Builders; The Imperial, Imperial Land Corp.; The Americana, Kinson Enterprises; The Sabino Vista, Harmony Homes; The Adventur- ine, LJ Builders; The .Palo Verde, Desert Palms Park; The Vermonte'r, Imperial Land Corp., and The Casa de Oro, Desert Palms Park. The houses are on permanent sites and will be offered for sale. The McCorkle entry's Hoso- ji, Navajo for "Trail of Beauty," has been selected by the Portland Cement Association to be entered in the National Horizon Homes contest. The design was developed in collaboration with Charles Cox, local architect. Soviets Say U.S. Fired On Trawler MOSCOW UP) -- A Soviet note to the United States published today repeated Soviet charges that U.S. warships fired dummy shells at a Russian .trawler off Norfolk, Va., last month. : The note was' delivered in Washington Friday and published here by the Soviet news agency Tass. It said the Soviet government was not satisfied with the American denial. The note said the U. S. government's "defense of the provocative actions of American warships . . ." was an encouragement to arbitrary acts on the high seas. The Russians reiterated that they expect the United States to take action to prevent a repetition. The note also disputed American'"rights to conduct naval target practice in a closed area of. the high seas. TV Personalities Plan To Wed June 29 HOLLYWOOD -- UP) -Television actor Burt Reynolds, who plays the blacksmith in "Gunsmoke," and actress Judy Carne, daughter of the English family in "Fair Exchange" plan to wed June 29, a CBS spokesman says. Budget, Housing, Tax Changes Before Council The city budget, low-rent housing and a proposal to exempt certain businesses from paying city sales tax were the announced subjects of an all-day executive meeting of the City Cbuncil today. ). Because today is the fifth Monday of the month, and no regular session was scheduled, the council elected to meet in a closed session instead of in public to study Various issues now pending before it. THE BULK OF today's meeting was to be concerned with the 1963-64 city budget, which will be made public next month, according to Mayor Lew Davis. In addition, a committee from the Tucson Home Builders Association was to discuss the home builders' "Tucson Plan" to provide low-rent housing for low income families. Two weeks ago, however, .the council decided to ask the Public Housing Administration for 200 units of public housing to supplement the city's La Reforma Project. At the same time, the council urged the home builders to continue work on plans to construct units which would rent for about $50 a month for occupancy by middle-low income families. THE TUCSON CHAMBER of Commerce also was to send a committee to today's execu- tive session to discuss a proposal to abolish the city sales tax on sales' to cities, counties, states and the' federal government, non-profit hospitals, manufacturers, modifiers, assemblers, agriculture and mining. The chamber is seeking the change in sales tax procedures to permit local businesses to bid more competitively against firms in cities which do not require the payment of a city sales tax on transactions of this type. No decisions on any of these items can be made officially until the council again meets in public. The next regularly scheduled public meeting is set for next Monday. ffit-RiiriCar Hits Hoiise; Driver Held While Mr. and Mrs.; Charles D. Zimmer were 'asleep in a rear bedroom of their home at 3010 E. Waverly St. early yesterday, a c a r; swerved across the road and punched, a foot-wide hole in the wall of their front bedroom. Then the motorist backed up and drove off. Later, while police were investigating, Jack W. Hendrix, 22, of 2922 E. Waverly St., walked up and admitted he was the driver of the car, which had stalled in the 2500 block of East Elm Street. Hendrix gave no reason for driving off. He was booked on suspicion of leaving the scene of an accident* Police estimated damage to the brick house wall and two planters at $350. Damage to the car was put at $500. The crash occurred about 12:45 a.m. African Peace Corps Gain Seen W A S H I N G TON--UPI- Peace Corps Director R. Sargent Shriver said yesterday he expected the number of Peace Corps volunteers in Africa to more than double. Shriver, who returned Fri- day from Africa, said there were about 1,500 volunteers in the 16-nation African program. The estimate for the end of 1963 is about 2,600 and Shriver foresaw the tota climbing to 3,500 next year. 'PRIZE-WINNING SPORTS EDITOR George McLeod in the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN El Con Gift Shop WM. ROGERS.SILVER PLATE 121/1" ROUND SERVING TRAYS Handsome "Paul Revere Reproduction" serving tray". . · perfect to use as a cocktail tray, sandwich tray, or as a centerpiece tray. Plus tax. Levy's Homeware Gifts 2nd Floor at El Con Only Phone 624-0411 or mail your order to Levy's, Tucson! 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