Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 34
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 34

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
Page 34
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PAW 34 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 27, J. BAYLESS NEW MONEY GAME-WIN $100 TUCSON "LUCKY 7" $100 WINNERS OTHER TUCSON "LUCKY 7" WINNERS f "y**tj^"^ GERALD H. GILBERT GERALD A. HALUCK MICHAEL SPENCER SETINA POLING DON HICKS JAMES W. LANE J.A. VARELLO PEARL BENNEVY MRS. ROBERT DRUDGE MRS. SCOn BARKLEY MRS. WM. OXNER R..C. FARNEZ NELL WILLIAMS LLOYD HENNING MRS. KENNETH ROGERS GLEN WHITNEY JACOB MENDOZA SOCCORO LOPEZ MARY GRAN!LLO DIANE KLEINLEIN HIRAM HERKSHAM MRS. L. HUFF DONNA LED! COSOLA WILLIAM WOOLWINE MRS. JOHN A. McBRlDE PRICES EFFECTIVE MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 29, 30, MAY 1 FRESH P R O D U C E EAD LETTUCE Potatoes Maxwell House All Grinds. 1 lh. DOUBLE SECURITY SAVINGS STAMPS TUESDAY Delaware Puneh Quart Bottle ...: Perk Salmon Cat Food %'s Cans ... DRESSING BEST FOODS--8 OZ. BOTTLES STRAINED HEINZ FRUITS VEGETABLES GRADE "A" LARGE EGGS LIQUID Galnesburgers Dog Food. 18 oz. Pkg. ... Kraft's Parkay Oleo lib. Size.. COFFEE PUNCH CAT FOOD INSTANT COFFEE DOG FOOD MARGARINE THRILL DUZ DETERGENT OXYDOL DETERGENT CHEER DETERGENT CLEANSER justs?.*^. LIQUID DETERGENT GARDEN HOSE BUFFERIN IB. POIY BAG YAMS IBS. 21b. Chase Sanbora 10 oz. Jar Liquid Detergent 22-oz. Container Powdered Detergent ·With Free Dinnerware. Pkg Powdered Detergent Large Pkg. Powdered Detergent Large Size Pkg. Downy Liquid Detergent Pint Size .... Opaque Green Bulletin Tablets Reg. $1.29 Size 100's FROZEN FOODS Libby's Beef Stew 24-oz. Can LIBBY'S MEAT PIES · CHICKEN · BEEF · TURKEY 5° $ 1 FROZEN PEAS FROZEN HALIBUT CORNISH HENS Green Giant Fresh Froren Peat. 10 01. Pkg. Icelandic Frozen Halibut I Ib. Pkg Armour's Cornish Gam* H»ns 14 01. Site FRUIT COCKTAIL GREEN BEANS FANCY PEACHES TOMATO JUICE VIENNA SAUSAGE DEEF STEW POTTED MEAT GARDEN PEAS TASTY BEETS PORK BEANS LIMA BEANS GOLDEN CORN FRUIT JUICE Llbby's I Fruit Cocktail ' 15-oz. Cans ' Libby's Cut , Green Beans ' 16-oz. Cans ... ' Libby's Cling Peaches/ No. 2Cans Libby's Tomato Juice .... | 46-oz. Cans Libby's Vienna J 4-oz. Cans .. ' Libby's Potted Meat 3 oz. Cans ........ Llbby's Tender Peas 16 oz. Cans Llbby'a Cut or Diced Beets 16 oz. Cans Libby's Deep Brown No. 2% Cans .., Libby's Lima Beans 16 oz. Cans Libby's Cream Style or Whole Kernel Corn. 16-oz. Cans .. Libby's Pineapple- Grapefruit Juice. 4 oz. Cans Newspaper Questions Adlai Stand On Private Property Issue NEW YORK -- UPI-- The American B a r Association (ABA) has been asked to decide if U, N. Ambassador Adlal E. Stevenson officially assisted in what an association member called "a serious worldwide attack on the institution of private property," the New Bedford Standard- Times said today. The Massachusetts .newspaper, in a dispatch datelined New York; said this was the import of a previously unpublicized disagreement in the ranks of the ABA's Standing Committee on Peace and Law through the United Nations. Standard:Times staff writer Everett S. Allen said the ABA committee became concerned in October, 1962, about the "resolution on perma n e n t sovereignty over natural resources" which was pending before the United Nations. THE ABA BOARD of governors, on the committee's recommendation, adopted a resolution opposing any International resolve which did not adequately recognize t h e basic rights of Americans'or other private interests in any country. The ABA urged the federal government to oppose any resolution that does not provide for observance of contractual or other obligations to U. S. citizens and for "prompt, adequate arid- effective" compensation of U, S. citizens in the event of the expropriation of their properties abroad. The G e n e r a l Assembly adopted the amended, resolution last Dec. 14 with the U. S. voting in favor. The Standard-Times said Stevenson reported to the ABA that the resolve substantially met ABA recommendations. A majority of the Standing Committee on Peace and Law in its report to the ABA House of Delegates dated last February accepted Stevenson's interpretation. THE APRIL ISSUE of the ABA journal reported that the report provoked considerable discussion and obviously some ABA members did not like the esolution, nor did they think he United States U.N. delegation should have voted for t, the newspaper said. A dissenting report was filed y Victor ,C. Folsom of Boson, vice president and general manager of United Fruit Co., whose property worth millions was seized by Fidel Castro. Folsom, acting as a member of the Committee on Peaca nd Law, said he could not share the committee's "enthusiasm" over what Stevenson and the U.N. had done. Folsom took exception to sections of the resolution on expropriation on grounds of 'national Interest" and "appropriate compensation" for seized property. The Standard-Times s a i d ABA dissenters feared that in any future U.S. representations on behalf of citizens whose properties have been taken by a foreign government, the resolution will be cited by the latter country to show that the United States ias retreated from its traditional position. THE NEWSPAPER s a i d Stevenson's letter of la"st Dec. 21 to ABA Secretary Joseph D. Calhoun said the resolution requires a great deal of inter- E relation and resort to "legis- itive history" to justify the view t h a t it substantially meets concerns manifested by the ABA. The resolution must stand on its own feet and the unilateral interpretation by the United States undoubtedly will not be accepted by countries with which disputes may arise, the newspaper said. Folsom's report was carried on a motion by the House of Delegates and the U.N. resolution may be reconsidered by the full ABA membership at its annual convention this fall. A J:BAYLESS W YOUR HOME TOWH GROCER' A, J.BAYIESS^YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER* A. J. BAYLESS "YOUR HOME TOWN GROCER' ASD Students To Give Concert Fifty blind students from the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind at Tucson will perform in a public concert Friday at Phoenix. The program, at 8 p.m. in tha Phoenix College auditorium, has been planned to benefit adults of the Arizona Federation of the Blind. Guest artist will be'How- lett Smith, a graduate of the state school and a former student at the University of Arizona. Now a professional pianist in Los Angeles, Smith is donating his services for the event. The children, under the direction of Mrs. Betty Hannah, head of the department for the visually handicapped, will perform a variety of instrumental solos, dancea and I choral works.

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