WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY f, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE ii West Temple 425 Will Install Officers of West Temple Lodge No. 425 and its auxiliary will be installed at 8 p.m. Friday at the Masonic Tern- State Fire Rating Bureau Tells Of New Schedule The Arizona Fire Rating Bureau today announced rate changes on fire and extended coverage insurance. Local agents said the changes probably would not have p wide effect on rates here. The changed rates are based on new experience data which shows that losses from various types of property are different now than was the case a few days ago. The new rates will apply in the areas of Tucson, Phoenix and Yuma under municipal fire protection. THE RATE changes will not be applied to standard "homeowners" policies at this time. This is a package insurance policy covering various areas of possible loss to a homeowner. About 40 per cent of Arizona's dwellings are covered by this kind of policy. The new rates will apply to straight fire coverage and to extended coverage for wind, hail, explosion and other such perils. They will become effective on new policies now and on existing policies at the time of renewal. Under the new schedule, owners with small, inexpensive homes, or owners who carry only modest fire or extended coverage on expensive homes, will pay higher rates. FOR EXAMPLE, the owner of a frame house carrying $7,500 insurance on the home and $2,000 insurance on the contents, will pay about $2.25 SEARS ROEBUCK AND CO ttzmmmw'^ Hurry! Sale Ends Mon. Don't Miss It! Its Name As Great As ple 937 N. Main Ave. They are S. R. Ransfer, v/orshipful master; Odie Collier, senior warden; F. J. Win- hush, junior warden; Albert Morris, secretary; H. R. flaynos, treasurer; Thomas Lewis, senior deacon; V. T. Daniel, junior deacon and Willie Smith, tyler. Participating in the auxiliary installation will be Mrs. Lenora L. Ransfer, worthy matron of the Order of Eastern Star; Mrs. Lee B. Davis, Queen Bathsheba of the South Palace; Mrs. Ethel Preston, royal matron of the hiRh exalted court of Amaranth; Mrs. Bea Ada Owens, ancient matron of the Heroines of Jerico, and Miss Wanda Davis, junior matron of the youth's fraternity. Installing officer will be the Rev. J. F. Winbush, special grand deputy master. All Prince Hall members and their friends are invited.- Refreshments will be served. Sperry Will Expand Plant At Phoenix PHOENIX Phoenix Co., P) -- Sperry division of Sperry-Rand Corp., yesterday announced a 50 per cent plant expansion program. Manager Percy Halpert said the expansion will create some 50 new jobs. Work will begin next month on a 220 by 320-foot- one- story addition to its engineering and manufacturing space at the present plant, Halpert said. Completion of the $1 million project is expected early in the fall, he said. The expansion is required because of new engineering and production projects, the manager said. Sperry Phoenix is a developer-producer of aerospace control, guidance and instrumentation systems for both commercial and military use. more per year for straight fire or extended coverage. However, a homeowner insuring his house for $12,000 and the contents for $3,000 would pay about $2 a year or less. The bureau said the increases for smaller policies and decreases for larger ones results from a showing that in recent years the proportional rate of loss has been much higher on the smaller policies. Owners of business properties probably will save money on the new rate schedule. REDUCTIONS of from 11 to 20 per cent for offices, banks, garages and service stations, regardless of the type of construction, were announced. Hospitals of frame or brick and mercantile stores and related warehouses and hotels and clubs, of fire-resistant construction, will enjoy a similar reduction. However, increases of from 20 to 40 per cent will be placed on fire rates for lumberyards and buildings, other than dwellings, under construction. In addition, extended coverage rates will be increased about 17 per cent for all commercial property that is not of fire-resistant construction. FOR MARRIED MEN between 30 and 60 years! Statistics prove that you have far fewer accidents. That's why you are entitled to lower auto insurance rates and broader coverage. Farmers is the first to recognize your better driving record with the NEW FARMERS .3OX6Q,.. AUTO INSURANCE PACKAGE K you were bom between 1901 and 1931--don't renew your present auto Insurance until you gel the foch about M/6. CoFT tn for deforfs. DISTRICT OFFICE R. E. PRUITU DISTRICT AGENT 257 N, STONE MA 2-4635 AMPIfl SHOPPING CENTER BRANCH In Goodman's Mkt. James Ralogh 719 E. Ft. Lowell Ph. MA 4-3095 WILMOT PLAZA Howard A. Mains Robert G. Gum Wllmot at E. Bdwy. Ph. AX 8-7782 SOUTH TUCSON jMUNCH Joe Patterson 3500 S. Bth Ave. Ph. MA 3-3B71 J3WANAVAY PLAZA In Goodman's Mkt Grover Conrad Ph. 327-mi Charles Angus Broadway at Swan CAMPBELL PLA7.A PLAZA EASTGATE In Bayless Mkt. Lee McNally Campbell at Glenn Ph. EA 6-8721 In Goodman's Mkt Frank Freeman Spdwy. at Van Buron Ph. 206-U01 Farmers Auto Insurance OF LOS ANGELES AUTO Â· LIFE Â· FIRE Â· TRUCK Too busy to see us' Let a courteous Sears salesman call on you. Phone Now! SAVE *80.95 jteiiUU. r*/. !Â«Â£ Â£~* MILK ; %#; r^-fX-Maftoft-- ^.-jSSKr*. Iffll SSRflSS? lift SAV \ *50.95 Kcnmoi AUTOMATIC Regular 8 269.95 No Money Down With Approved Credit Â· Eight cycles including warm and cold pre-wash Â· Infinite water level control fills to any level; Roto-Swirl agitator Â· Exclusive self-cleaning lint filter, traps lint, disposes of it automatically Â· Handy bleach dispenser operates automatically . .. safety lid switch Â· Giant 12-lb. wash capacity . . - deep soil scrubber, Model 31480 Sears Does NotEotab- lish Artificial "last" Prices to allow so-called "discount" or "trade-in" prices. Sears original pricea are low prices. No Trade-in ftequircd Â· ,, NO MONEY DOWN on Sours Easy Payment Plan UP TO 36 MONTHS TO PAY--Ask Sears salesman now you may have up to three fuH years to pay for Sears Home Appliances. Prices Include Delivery and Normal Installation EXPERT SERVICE ia always as near as your phone anywhere in the U.S.A. Replacement parts readily available for reasonable life expectancy of appliance. Ask about extended service protection for just pennies a day. SILVERTONE 23-inch TV 23-in. overall diagonal, 282-sq. in. viewing area In Elegant Wood Cabinets ... PRICE CUT $ 3 U u* K , . - * Â¥* i ittj, *$*Â·Â£ IW4t *%**** ; tyffi [tiÂ£i*Â« A'VI*V a ,* ^j- !? r-'-M/^' K 4*^ ' pv l3-*r X ;M *r * * \. Â·% T 95 This Sale Only Traditional lowboy cabinets in genuine mahogany venrer Iii Walnut Cabinet . . . $219 Check These Quality | Features..Compare Prices ; Missile- Inspired Circuits Bonded Picture Tube Dual Speaker Sound Space-age proved, printed circuit boards assure uniform high quality, carefree operation, long set life. Timed safety shield bonded to picture tube cuts glare and reflection --seals out dust and dirt forever. Two wide-range 5-inch speakers give live, vibrant, sound--in keeping with the excellent picture. Â·Â·Â·H^Kl^'T^^^^^^fl^^^^^^^^^HHHHlHMMMMMNHHHHiB^Hi^HHBB Coldspot FROSTLESS Freezer-Refrigerators Reg. H19.95 Giant 16.1 Cu. Ft. All frostlcSB, even in 135-11. zero-degree true freezer Forced-air cooling keeps frost away am] temperatures steady Spncemaster shelves, twin por- celniiml crispcrs snap in anywhere Full width door storage Shop at Sears and Save Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back Portable Radios with Girrying Case 9088 Reg. Â§33 ^Â° Powerful 8-translstor chassis. 2%-in. speaker. Pocket-size. With batteries and earphone. Clock-Radios with 'Wake-Up' Controls 1(S 88 Sears Price Â·*-** Tdechron clock. Sllvertone 4 tube plus rectifier radio. Smartly styled plastic case. Scars Days SPECIAL 19-In. Silvertone Portable TV Sharp, clear pictures on l!Mn. overall diasonal m e a s u r e s c r e e n . 172-sq. in. viewing area. Handy up-front timer, 4-ln. speaker. 188 f ,,, , ... ..,,,.-.,,Â·...... .-..^ w ^-:..:--:ivK-K i ' l ::.? : w:aCf'^-^:\^X??^ , W ;j:j^w^mK*;^ Â·'Â·'Â·"''Â·'' """'"""''""'""""""" 01 N 6,1, Avrmie STORE HOURS 81 IN. th AClUie Tue8 .. Wcd .. Thur8 .. S at. Mon. and Fri. MA 34751 TUCSON 9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m. 9:30 a.m.-9 p.m.
What members have found on this page
Get access to Newspapers.com
- The largest online newspaper archive
- 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
- Millions of additional pages added every month