Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 21
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 21

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 21
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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1940 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE it CHEF-BOY-AR-DEE Foods Ita Best of The WILL ROGERS JR. Gvil War Centennial Plans ToM The Arizona Civil War Genten- aial Commission has appointed Will Rogers Jr. to head a California liaison committee to help in a re-enactment of the battle of Picacho Pass. Rogers' committee .is on« ol a large number of key commifees and active groups that will rapport the Civil War , Centennial program in Arizona. -· Lewis D. W. Hall, iCOrchairman e* me commission, iald today that 11 committees have .been organized to handle the state program. Among those organized are an historical research committee, a pageant committee, a state education committee and; a war memorial committee,^' " . ;.Hall also'.said that' a documentary film will be made of me state activities during the centennial and will be available to schools and civic groups in the state. Assisting in Arizona's program will be groups from Tubac, me Arizona Pioneer Historical Society, and the University of Ari- Jtona. They will work with the ·tate commissions of New Mexico and California. Sidney Brinkerhoff, commission publicity director, said that the full Arizona program will be announced at the Centennial banquet which!will be held at 7 p.m. tomorrow at the Santa Rita Hotel. To date, Arizona has allocated ·o money to support the work of the commission. A bill will be presented to we next session of ttie Legislature authorizing expenditure of funds to cover the ·ost of commission activities. 1 Twenty atate* already have provided tor $2 mJHion to be spent ·ttr Uwir programs which will feature rwMrch, aducation and ·ommemwation actmtie*. Last Rites Held For Levi Udall PHOENIX-UPI-Levi S. Udall, kead of the 300-member Udall family that' pioneered law and Mormon Church work in Arizona, was buried this afternoon at Memorial Park. His funeral was held at the ·Ninth Wa/d Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. j Udall, fi9, senior member of the ] Arizona Supreme Court by virtue of 13 years' service, died Monday thortly after suffering a cerebral hemorrhage on a family outing .·ear Wickenburg. A daughter, Elma Udall, arrived yesterday afternoon by plane from Helsinki where. she is a U. S. State Department secretary. THE FAMILY asked that donations be sent to a scholarship fund In the judge's name at University «f Arizona. Dix W. Price, Phoenix attorney who was a long-time friend of Udall's spoke at the funeral conducted by Bishop Keith W. Hubbard. With the arrival of Miss Udall from Finland, all of the judge's children were able to attend the funeral. These are Rep. Stewart L. Udall! (D-Ariz), Tucson Atrys. Morris K. and D. Burr, Mrs. Warren Whiting of Richmond, Vt., and Mrs. Eugene T. Turley of Phoenix. PALLBEARERS were his sons; nephews ' Nicholas and Calvin, j Phoenix attorneys; Bishop Kenyon -Udall of Gilbert, a nephew, and ·ons-in-law Turley and Whiting. They are husbands of Udall's daughters, Inez and Eloise. Honorary pallbearers were his ] brothers David K. of Long Beach, ^Calif., Gilbert D. of Mesa, Jesse j A. of Los Angeles and Don T. of ] Holbrook. a Navajo County Superi- »r Court judge; State Supreme Court Justices Fred C. Struckmeyer Jr., M. T. Phelps, J. Mercer Johnson and Charles Bernstein; retired Justice Dudley W- Windes i of Phoenix: Dr. Joseph Pace of j San Jose, Calif-, a nephew; and \ Rutger G. Smith, a nephew who is j president of the North Phoenix j Stake of the LDS Church. OTHEHS at the fimeral included j #te judge 1 * wife, Looise, and sis-1 W SWwwotNi. srvi Smith, both of Phoenix. Before being elected to the Supreme Codrt, Udafl served « ft. Johns as Aptch* Caatfry So-' Court jwdge tm bsJore j two tern's ftfti* *s BONISIMO! DELICIOSO! HUNT'S Tomato Sauce 5 39° TOMATOES 5 S 1 00 CHIF-BOY-AR.Dfl SCHILLINGS--SPAGHETTI RAVIOLI 59 C SAUCE MIX 2 39 SUNSHINE PARTY CRACKERS J CHEESITS-IOOz. · e PARTY STICKS-71/jOz.; V m a « i . a a r * · / 4fc CHEF-iOY-AR-DEE SPAGHETTI DINNERS 00 U.S.D.A. CHOICE GRADE BEEF T-BONE STEAK lb SIRLOIN STEAK RIB SIRLOIN STEAK TIP STEAK 98 Lb. 89: S 1.09 VACCARO SAUSAGE, PEPERONI OR CHEESE PIZZA Each 59 GORDO 39 e f lb. -ALL MEAT Full Crtiffl-WISCONSIN LONGHORN Taco Dinner Enchiladai" " COIDO · BeefTacos no : 45 C J COtDO ? Enchiladi Plate ~39'? BOLOGNA 3?. CHEESE 49 C iilDS EYE S A W Kidney Beans COMSTOCK Apple Sauce. DM. MONTE Pickles ·AKIRS A Ar UMY ' S A $4 AA * Chocolate Chips ............. .'?* 39 Apricot Nectar O 4 ^' I · DRMONTE M t* AA COCK O WALK M AAfi * Pineapple Grpfr't Drink 4" · 1 W Bosenberries 4 COMSTOCK Cherry Sauce Jello Gelatin 2^33° Dream Whip 1^ .,39° Da MONTE 4 4 300 Boysenberries CHIFK* J Si 00 * Facial Tissues 4 -- I Mandarin Oranges ^ '^ Y I" Olive Oil HIINZ J A£ SC ° TT Sweet Pickles «* ·!« Paper Towels Gionl "" A A f i S 00 : ·EAGLE BAKERY Fresh PINEAPPLE 19 · * «och GERBERS BABY FOOD Jtritned 3Cins29 e Meiti Junior. 2 Cm 25 C Ref. Cereal CORN .49* §__L C/Htm ^^ ^f SIB ^. CUCUMBERS 2J.5 BELL PEPPERS % ] (At the SpMdwoy Stora Only) Lorg* Variety Family Six* COFFEE CAKE *444 E. Tfcrt

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