Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 16
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 16

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 16
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FAGE 16 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 WEATHER 50 t*mp. yesterday highest temp. ye*r ato HUh record for dstc MJW) ifv temp. yesterday ............ Ijsw tesnp, ye«r aso ....... · ..... Low record Jor date lMf ....... MOMS temp. ywteniay ............. Mean temp, year ajo ............ Normal temp, ihis date .......... Humidicv: 5:30 p.m. yesterday ......... '" 9:30 «Jti. today ........ I* S^srise ..... 5:18 Sunwt " Data for 24 hour* apding at 5:W a. ** ' ' 3 1M K ·* : M ; '· Dofo from U.S. VVIATHf* fUWAU - · · 50 ira~ ISC « fTucwn Time! Station Max. AJbug.uero.ue *' Atlanta M Billinss "0 Boise SI Saxton ** EuHato TO Cftsper. Wyo Charlotte Chicago W Cincinnati tt CleveSand as Denver 7S Bes Moines M Detroit *1 Dbujlas 9- El Paso 98 Fjurbanks S6 Flasretafr SO Ft. Worth SO Grand Canyon M Honolulu R2 Indianapolis SO Kansas City S2 I^j Vegas 103 Little Rock Si \JSA Angeles 76 Memphis 64 Miami Beach. Ha X3 Minneapolis "6 New Orleans M Sew York 75 Oklahoma City S3 Omaha 5 Philadelphia 79 Phoenix 98 Plttsburzh "S Portland. Me 19 Portlsnd. Ore SI Sspid City "9 St. Louis 86 Salt Lake City M San Diego ... 71 San Francisco 74 Seattle 75 Tampa M Toronto 7! TUCSON 94 Wichita 58 Yuma. Ariz. 104 Min. Prep, i 6 4 . . . M . . I B . . . 5! 57 .0« 52 . . S 51 ... ' 62 M 113 SI . . . en ... ; 64 51 fil M t* ex 4S FORECAST 63 5! «2 «! 5B 73 it U n t i ! Fndoy Morning Figure* Show low Timp*raturts Exp*cl*d --AP Wir»phot» U. S. WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST Scattered showers and thunderstorms are likely tonight in Arkansas, the southern Ohio and Tennessee Valleys, the central Appalachians and the northern Plains. A few showers are expected in Southern Arizona. It will be cooler in the central Plains, northern Texas and the southern Mississippi Valley; warmer in the northern Plains and the Pacific Northwest. FAMILY SHOPPING NIGHTS IN TUCSON: MONDAY AND FRIDAY! SHOP 'TIL 9 P.M. AT LEVY'S' --Robert L. King, csargt, Tucson U. S. Weather Bureau Horse Kick Suit Settled, Dropped A $50,000 suit based on personal Injuries suffered from a horse's kick has been dismissed in Su-1 perior Court after »n apparent out-of-court settlement. No amount of settlement was j noted. Frank Spezzano, the plaintiff, charged he suffered severe injuries when a horse owned by ·Wilbert D. Metheney, 7231 N. San Bias Dr., kicked him last November. Spezzano was represented by the j law firm of Silver, Silver ft Ettin- jer. Metheney was represented by Darnell, Holesapple, McFall Ic Spaid. GIFTS FOK DAD CRAD UAKMOOF DOPPKIT Automadcally id- justs its size to fit contents! top grain leik-ptoof 9.93 to plus nx. Choice leathers, interior. 12.95 PtlNCtOAIDNII "IKHfTtAt" Stitchless wallet sets now specially priced for giving! Reg. 5.00 wallets «nd reg. 2.95 key cases . . . both for J.OO plus tax. UNIQUINIW "VAC-MUSH* Vacuum brush oper* ttes on fisshlight batteries, ideal for travel, smtfl desning chores. Complete with dust collecting bag, built-in flashlight ».9i COCOANUT STRAWS FOR FUN IN THt SUN 3.OO Abojr Munmcr! Fun days ahead! For every activity under the son, you'll find a wonderful selection of s*n-ind- fun hatttt Levy's. Besides keeping yon neat and your hair protected BOB tne a«n and wind, teey cdd d«J»i to your summer wardrobe. MilJintrj, Stand KMT Htl., SAT., MON. ONLY 1.91 KAYAli One-pieoV sboraU play aut for girls. Zipper front, pink, blue, yellow. Better tnury, limited juin- tity! Sizes 2-6x, 7-14. 2.9$ News nom shvtsvnle! Boat- neck sport shirts with 3/4 ·feeves (for posh-tap) . . . snade by sbe "litrk peopk" at Model Your boy wffl want ewe in oezy plaids or solid «f gold and tan. Sices 10. (Sow 14 t» 20 in byA.1 Mf f . rf ODMipletely wnteble, Sen- M9.3.M ·OVS'SUMNMt PAJAMAS W«h 'a we*r coom BMMC M miaay ttjgt *Vnm JnOfC MCCWS) JnOlt ttft EwttC IPMt MIM, yipfW MMKi COMNVM fW* fCTW Ml WnllC ffMVBr *»»,W}y«fcf OP CAUMtNtA tailors kmg-wearing, good- looking shorts for active girh! White, pink, yellow or blue in girls' and subteen sixes. Shorts .......... 2.SO Skevekss blouses fACONT creates a colorful nautical jieywe«graap! x«. ton twffl in solid while « iwTy brae . . . both with COM* trastmg tcHot sMtrfs. Sixes Mtbai *s»12. )Mwa1 only. COOU DAINTY ROG1R5SUPS 5.95 Keep dainty and cool thit summer in Rogers slips! New opaque Mend of Dacron polyester, nylon end cotton .. .shapely midrifTfits with Monrkabk sleekness, shadow pands euke this stip even doubly desinbk! White only in sizes 32 to 40. Average and id lengths. Matching petdsknt, not shown 9*95 ·XJw^VTlV^ vHvHV ^WVr \ GAY, COIOKFUL WILLOW SASKIT SAGS 3.00 We've shown jutt one of mtnjr lovely tcjitt co cnoox! Mnt yow wkctioit icooi lovciy ocoontGd wHow oukctt in wnitt ·d MtUBi nuvatt... putcl noootonct ttimnwd . with flowcut ·hells, ftuitl! Perfect far jroor Summer fahioM tim mta* . . . tnd next, too! AHplwin. REG. 1.23 KMU-HI 98' Stve BOW on cool tod eonfomble looking lovdiir ill lOHKr! Reg. L25 Knee-Hi hoiiiiy · btig* or wmu. Sixes t-1/2 ·» 11. Sooop «p sercnl pain it these wrings! Ah, itlsr 1.2$ gn+ if fill fufnmtd struck htsnry; MM//, mnK»m, till, mw flc SALEI FAMKS FOR SUMMIR SCWING! Nf.lJf WI.M 98' Phom Ktfhryn Kiy MAIn 44411 Reg. UB9 4T puie silk eeganas for summer parties! Reg. 1.39 Signature Prints! Reg. 1.98 genuine head-woven bleeding Indian Madras! All specially priced for summer sewing! Ala * gmf if ngulsr 2.19 yd. CM/ LMW m fiuma LmJtn pri»tt 1.79yd. tmttttS, MlOMIIIt ««== = = = = =: ANTf^tRSMRANT 3.00 women who want the finest proMcuofi agaiMt penptratNMi penpiiwioii odor. Msy to wez a t^t hotde for He wtd binlr I - Cool, Comfortable Seersucker casual by Pat Perkins only 6 98 apart badget priced! Ideil for new dttowbone she WSSB sisnd! Wear k yon go ... it looks good, stays SM ijBNes bttJe ewe! Fme suipss · Mve, green, grey with dastKixed hek, KJOPM action beck pleat in Mouse. Tw* pockets. Sizes 12 to 20 awl 124/2 ·» Cai MA 4-0411 . . . «r s*al

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