Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 10
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 10

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
Page 10
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futon 10 M»ndty «v«hlni,' Oct. 16, 1t» c Urge Planting g: Of Lawns Now . Officials of .the Desert Garden club are urging /Tucsonlans to en ter the rye lawn contest... now, In order to be eligible for one- of the 36 awards Coffered. Besides the two '· .fifty - dollar tweepstafces, prlzes^-for the best lawns In large and small, classes offered by the club, Tucson" nurserymen and other business firms »re offering many other prizes. Merchants who- hav« offered prizes Include; Give Awards A.B.C. Supply company,'hoe and rake; 'Adams Tree : Service, -$10; B and R Hardware, 25;pound sack of Mllorganite; Desert , Garden Nursery, 100 pounds of Mllorgan- ite for large lawns and 50 .pounds for small lawns; Diamond Speedway Supply company, garden cultivator. . - . - · · · · ' ' · Eastburn'a Nursery, $5 worth of bedding plants; Falvey's Feed and Supply .company, 100' pounds of Vigoro; Fiowerland Nursery,- $15 In merchandise; Fort Lowell- Feed company, two circle - sprinklers; Gallant-Carroll Hardware company, garden hose; Garden Flower-shop, pyracantha plant; Gerlach Nursery, $10 In merchandise; John Harlow, hurricane lamp. ;-··'. Hemme's Garden shop, garden vase; Hosteller's,.lawn food; Hubbard's Greenhouse, bale of · peat moss; Landmark Supply company, rotary sprinkler -and stand; Langer's, $10 in merchandise; Mitchell's Sprinkler and Landscape service, bale of peat moss; Guy Monthan's, $10 in shrubs and trees. Other Awards Carl Monthan's,'five rose bushes; Montgomery Ward and company, 25 feet of plastic hose; Owen Nursery and Landscaping Service, 50 feet of plastic hose; Paradise Pet. and Plant shop, pair of love birds Peoples' Feed and Fuel company two ,50-pourd sacks of ammonium phosphate; Prince Road Nursery one Arizona cypress. Ronstadt's Hardware company 50 feet of hose; Sears, Roebuck and company, 50 feet of plastic hose Spring's Hardware, garden rake Tiemann Feed and Supply, '$5 in merchandise; T u c s o n Fertilizer company, $10; Tucson Flower shop Roman-myrtle-plant Upham Feed and,Supply company, S3 in merchandise; Western Awning and Cushion company, lounge cushion Worden's Florist and Nursery handmade Chinese Ming tree. Berlin Will Cut Power To Reds BERLIN, Oct. 30. (/P)--The Berlin C i t y government announces it would stop delivery of electrlt.cur- rent to the Soviet-controlled radio station In West Berlin tomorrow. In the interest of West Berlin Industry which badly needs all available current,' this step had to be taken, the city government's- press department said. It added that the Soviet-controlled radio was an "unimportant customer" for Berlin's power company. The East zone German government at midnight on Sept. 20 announced it would henceforth cease to deliver electric current to West Berlin because of alleged delinquencies in payment. . 90-Day-Wonders Too Much For Old Hand DAVENPORT, la., Oct. 30, (U.B-- Police held M/Sgt. James Stewart, 39, for army authorities today after he admitted he went AWOL from Ft. Hood, Tex., Sept. 25 because he was "tired of those 90-day wonders telling me how. the army should be run." ' ' Stewart told police he had been In the army 12 years. $0 Safe! Pleasant Tasting For (CAUSED BY COLPS) HRTUSSIN must be good when thou- lands upon thousands of doctors have prescribed it for so many yean. PEMUSSEJ acts at once not only to relieve such coughing but also 'loosen* phlegm' and mkes it easier to raise. Sale for both old and young. Pleasant tasting. Alldrugstores. Now to OUTSMART o BACKACHE · Get /«it idief from mnicultr bick*ch« -with « Johnion'f BACK PuiSTU-almoit like weiring » he»t- inf pad. It act* 3 wiyi: (1) Brinj* lh« w«rmb|, hetllnj blood to tb.* ·or* ipot. ,(2) Support! tlrtd mni- elti --euti do*n j«b§ of piln. (3) Tin £«nJi«l. pad holdi in wumlh konr after howr. ; · Bur Johnion'i BACK PLASTE», nude bj Johnion Johnson -- lh« ·ion tnulid name in inriieal dr«if U|i. Ai all drng rtorw. * Regular $14.95 SALE PRICE Returns"iri B If Will fey You'B Reuben's Low Prices..Better Quality.. Give You a Be NEW! DIFFERENT! Plastic upholstered chair . . . use it anywhere! Choice of several colors! ^ ·· ^vj*^ -f W^ *# 'fv.^ ; ^;'': '^ : 36| ;^, ^H^^»l 12 PIECE "KROEHLER" LIVING ROOM GROUP A COMPUTE LI VING ROOM AT A WW/ffO PRICR INCLUDES--- 2 PC. Kroehler suite; 3 tables; 2 table lamps; 2 pictures; metal smoker; throw rug and cocktail chair. (approximate illustration) REGULAR f259;50U T93* 5 5 pee METAL CHROME DINETTE REGULAR $69,50 Nationally known make -- exten- SALE PRICE sion table and 4 chairs -- in red and white or black and white. $ 49 95 EVERYTHING IN OUR BABY DEPARTMENT AT SALE PRICES! CRIB Keg . m SALE PRICE Uattntrr foAersprlnir t^% naiiresy Beg. $11.95 *1I SALE PKICE l9 CHEST OF DRAWERS - '9 * *f v i f -1 Reg. $52.50 SALE. PRICE '39 s6 ,·* ' BATHINETTE SALE PRICE PLAY YARD;3^I4flt SALE PRICE !,,...;,,...; I W FAMOUS MAKE 5 -DINETTE WITH MIRACLE LEAF " ;i " ' · * ^± The leaf is automatically con- C cealed justibelow the table *^ top. ,,Richly, upholstered: chairs* REGULAR *139.50 SALE PRICE A world of safety for Baby · A world of help to you 1 WATCH FOR OPENING OF REUBEN'S TOYLAND! 20 GALLON GAS WATER HEATER Fl»« Feature* REGULAR $5^.50 Sale' »69.5o KIDDIE KOOP* ^49.95 Compftf* with waftrproof Ho/r/ltx ntdil.7*«c FREE PARKING! CORNER ,OF MAIN AND CONGRESS IT7-IIJ W.COMOMfl ·ULttf If FURNEtU BfiANCI IS*C OOUOLAf

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