Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 14
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1966 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 15 ANOTHER ROYAL VISITOR Philip's Tour, Wool Discussed Britain's Prince Philip will be in Tucson Saturday afternoon, but chances are that very few Tucsonians will see him. Donald Byford, a commander of the Order of the British Empire (O.B.E.), sat in his room at the Pioneer International Hotel earl^r this week and spoke of socks, sweaters and Prince Philip's tour of the United States. The Prince arrives in Miami today and his current itinerary calls for a fueling stop here Saturday at 5:30 p.m. Mr. Byford received his honorary title of Commander, O.B.E for his work as vice chairman of England's Committee for Exports to the United States. In that capacity, he will fly to Los Angeles on Friday to join the committee's chairman, Lord Watkinson, managing d i r e c t o r of Schweppes, "the tonic water people," on the Prince's flying, tour of the United States. THURSDAY'S SCHOOL LUNCH AMPHITHEATER School's Choice FLOWING WELLS BeefTacos Buttered Corn · Cinnamon Rolls Milk MARANA ' Roast Beef With Gravy Mashed Potatoes Carrot And Raisin Salad Hot Rolls and Butter Pears Milk SUNNYSIDE Tacos With Meat and Cheese Shredded Lettuce Brown Beans Sliced Peaches Milk TUCSON No. 1 Beef Stew . Cole Slaw Biscuit And Butter . Chocolate Cake Milk Tucsonian Named Convention Chairman Mrs. Ray Wilton, Unit No. 18, Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, has been appointed convention .chairman for the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary. The convention will be held April 21 through 23 at the Stardust Hotel in Yuma. Also appointed to office was Mrs. Bill McKinzie. Mrs. McKinzie, a member of Unit No. 18, has been .appointed national Veterans Administration Volunteers Service representative. She will head all volunteer services in any hospital in which the DAV Auxiliary works. Mr. Byford became a member of the export committee SK th p h*3d of his own woolen manufacturing company which he started with two workmen 46 years ago. Today the firm exports woolen socks and sweaters to 70 countries and all 50 United States. Mr. Byford has been inspecting retail stores that handle his company's products on his present tour and has been the weekend guest of Herb Bloom, president of Dave Bloom Sons. The socks and sweaters Byford makes are manufactured from Australian wool, because, in Byford's opinion, it is the best. He thinks the British make better woolen products than U.S. manufacturers "because we understand how to finish wool." Mr. Byford's company exports 46 per cent of all woolen socks exported from the United Kingdom to the United States, a fact that makes Byford justifiably proud. But he was not here on a selling trip. He had to ransack his own luggage to find two pairs of socks and a sweater as examples of his company's workmanship. Onorn V^ f-f VX · %^ Tn HnM Breakfast Benefit --Citizen Photo Mrs. Henry A. Kaspar Auxiliary President Auxiliary Elects Mrs. Henry A. Kaspar will sens as president of the Auxiliary to Villa Maria de Guadalupe Nursing Home for the coming term. Mrs. Kaspar was elected at a meeting yesterday at the nursing home apartments. Other officers include Mrs. Jackie Sutherland, president- elect and secretary-treasurer; Mrs. John M. Schlitz, aids, and Mrs. Gary W. Wade, publicity. Madame, it's a pleasure walking in Dicker son Shoes "The smart shoe that's really comfortable" First c h o i c e of smartly dressed, c o m f o r t minded women everywhere! ® For Men, Women, Children ^ Phone 623-5381 | Open Friday 'til 9 P.M. % CORRECTIVE SHOES Member Park, Ride Shop tjj| CALL 298-1345 "YOUR TUCSON FURRIER" FUR STORAGE VAULT IN OUR STORE (Immediate In and Out Service) You'll Find th« Finest CLEANING AND GLAZING EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE. FREE STORAGE WITH RESTYLING it/A ( FURS FASHIONS 5721 Between Craycroft^Wilmot Open Daily 9 to 6; Fri. 9 to 9 FABULOUS, FRIVOLOUS FEMALES that's The Girls in the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN A Star Studded Breakfast, the annual fund-raising event of the Opera Guild of Southern Arizona, will be held Saturday, March 19. Proceeds from the benefit will replenish the Opera Assistance Fund which is dedicated to aid singers preparing for operatic roles or opera productions. This year's recipient will be Miss Carol Xirkpatrick, a young operatic vocalist from Tucson who is now studying in New York. The breakfast will feature an unusual piano and vocal program--the story ana music from Richard Wagner's operas "Tannhaeuser" and ''Parsi- fal." Duo-pianists Christine (Mrs. H. J.) Nelson and Muriel (Mrs. Joseph) Waterman will present the program along with vocalists Mrs. Elma Mae Donnan, Eugene Conley and Constance (Mrs. George E.) McConnell. 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Broadway Alfred Booth, 3968 E. Desmond Lane. Committee for the-breakfast includes Mrs. Taylor, reservations; Mmes. Louis W. Farber and J. Harvey Dickson, reception and table hostesses; Mmes. Charles T. Mason Jr. and R. E. Heineman, decorations; Mrs. James W. Sanders, publicity; and Mrs. Charles E. Pascoe, musical program. Mrs. Thomas L. Chambers is breakfast chairman. Mrs. R. B. Thomas Selected Chairman Mrs. Richard B. Thomas has been named chairman of the annual Spring Fling to be held Saturday, March 19. The party, sponsored by the Pueblo Junior Woman's Club, will begin at 6:30 p.m. with cvcktails ai'iii uiiiiief at the Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. Cards and games will follow. Assisting Mrs. Thomas will be Mrs. Michael Ilardo. cochairman. Committee members include Mmes. Albert Mallis, James Luker, Victor Daub Jr., Stephen Kreyns. Donald Myers, Leonard Celenza, Thomas Meehan, James LaSalle, Edward Gastelum, John J. Lacek and Andrew Pelletier. Mrs. Thomas, 4225 N. 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BUTTONS TO CLEAR 2 CARD 59c COTTON PLISSE LENGTHS PRINTS FOR GOWNS .. 25 Yd. 39c UNBLEACHED COTTON MUSLIN t C For Sheets Drapes, 36" Wide Bolts · V Yd. 19 BELDING THREAD 3 s £°, 10 S9c COTTON PLISSE Prints Solids Lengths 25 Yd. 59c FINE QUALITY NYLON NET C 72" Wide Large Color Asst 19 Yd. 59e COTTON OUTING FLANNEL Prints Lengths. 36" Wide . 251 79c COTTON TERRY CLOTH Extra Absorbent WHITE ONLY . . . . 50 Yd. Reg. 1.00 Dacron Cotton Dotted Swiss Asst. Colors 45" V//de 39 Yd. REG. 79c FINE Cotton Batiste LINING 45" WIDE Prints $1.00 FINE COTTON SATEEN DRAPERY LINING UP R A G TO 48" **w| WIDE MlSPYd. SI. 19 Value Rayon Byfcher Lmsn 45" wide Lengths 87c VALUE Jute Bur'ao 36" Wide Assorted Colors Full Bolts Up to $1.95 Values COTTON GINGHAMS NOVELTY COTTONS Checks and Plaids REG. 79c COTTON BROADCLOTH Asst Colors 25 Fine Qualify . . . 54" Wide u Cf ery PLASTIC Assorted Colors For Covering Chairs, Bars, Headboards, etc. V V Yd. $1.95 Va.'ue Cofton TABLEW0TH Prints 60" wide Lengths 79c to $1.00 FINE SATINS TAFFETA RAYON/ACETATE 2 to 5 Yds. $1.00 FINE STURDY COTTON DENiM Yd. Yd. PLAIDS, CHECKS 36" STRIPES WASHABLE WIDE ATTFMTIAU- DOCTORS - NURSES AI I til 11 Vn. BEAUTICIANS -- WAI $3.95 FINE PRINTED OUILTED NYLON For Robes, Jackets, Etc. 45 ;NCHES WIDE WASHABLE 1 Yd. ARNEL NO IRON BEAUTICIANS -^WAITRESSES "REG. TRIACETATE SHARKSKIN JERSEY FOR UNIFORMS Asst. Colors Reg. $1.79 Rayon Acetate 4 4 " W/de | e Bolts lyi j Assf. Colors f Yd. NO-IRON WONDER 100% DACRON POLYESTER WHIPPED CREAM PRINTS AND PLAIN REG. 2.67 $3.95 VALUE Double Faced Solid OUILTED SATIN 495 -15 INCHES V/IDE Yd. Reg. 1.97 PRINTED CHALLIS FOR ROBES AND DRESSES 45 IN. WIDE LENGTHS IMPORTED PURE F;NE WEIGHT PRINTS--for $tJ 67 BLOUSES, J DRESSES I Yd. HEAVY WEIGHT -FOR- $«|95 SUITS and § COATS i Yd. $3.95 54" WIDE DOUBLE tllT FINE COTTON Assorted Colors $ rfl 47 and Textures g Plain and fj Stripe I Yd. DRESSES--SUITS--BLOUSES TERRIFIC STOCK IN NOTION DEPT. Braids. Rick · Rack, Ribbons, L a c e s , Sequins. Appliques, Drapery Trimming. Fringes, Buttons. All Patterns--Including Vogue and Spadca. $1.95 to $2.95 CREASE RESISTANT NOVELTY WEAVES ABSEY FLANNEL SPORT FABRICS 97 yd Crease Resisfarrt Rayon Acetate 45" Wide REG. $1.95 COTTON GEORGETTE NO IRON--FINE COLOR ASST. FABULOUS ASSORTMENT OF BRAIDS TRIMMINGS · NEW · SPRING · CRISP FINEST COTTON DRIP DRY 45" WIDE PIQUES FOR DRESSES FLORALS 97 MANY Other Items On Sale MA 4-7280 HOME SVLK SHOP 2410 E. BROADWAY Plenty of Free Parking in Rear WEST OF TUCSON BLVD. New Arrival of Spring Mer-chandis*

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