Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 34
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 34

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
Page 34
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THURSDAY. MARCH 10, T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGI3S Gerber's Strained Fruits 4 Vegetables. Save 8c Baby Food 121 I I I ? Hi Country. J Save 10' I I I Charcoal Briquets Protect your family health with Vit "C" of Fresh Citrus Fruits Protect your family's health with the Vitamin C of fresh citrus fruits Fresh Dates Ranch-fresh Eggs Cream O' the Crop Doz. "AA" Large "AA"Med. 53' Crop Doz. Coffee Cake Fresh Danish. Regularly 69c Each ONLY at our BAKE SHOPS 6230 E. Broadway at Wilmot 885 E. Grant at N. 1st Ave. Toothpaste Ltsterlne ^Hc Pack of J f _ V Tubes · ** Folger's Coffee Mb. Can 73« 2-lb. Can $1.45 3-!b. Can $2.15 Towels Kleenex C*TC asstd. Jumbo. n f 2-roll Pack W · Nestle's Morsels Chocolate 6-oz. Pkg. (2c deal) 23« !2-oi. Pkg. (5c deal) 44* Shadron Named Boss Of Year' Allan D. Shadron, Tucson ealtor, has been named "Boss )f the Year" by the Pima Jua- or Chamber of Commerce. He was cited for service to Tucson and for his activities with the Tucson Community Council, Tucson General Hos- lital, Tucson Civitan Club and Tucson Board of Realtors. The dinner meeting last night as held at the Redwood Gay Nineties Restaurant. Valencia ORANGES *********** F R E E *********** * Demonstration of CAKE ICING Especially \ good for juice 4-lb. Watch 'em ice and decorate large 8" cakes and We'll have a RED HOT SPECIAL on them, too. * Friday Saturday Only 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. X Park Grant Store Only £ ********************************** 89 "Fresh as Spring 11 Fruits Vegetables Green Onions Spinach Red Leaf Pineapple Healthful, delicious Lettuce for a varied salad L Bun. 13 2 17° im Bun. · I 15' Macaroni i Cheese. Morton's \2%-oz. Pkg. 39 Fresh Hawaiian. Sprightly flavor Ib. Each Orange Juice Bel-air French Fries 3** 89* (Ml Upkgs.VV Upkgi. I 5 $i 6-oz. I Cans * Regular or 2-lb. Crinkle Cut Pkg. Bel-air "Premium" BONUS · I · * 1 T f CLIP THESE SLIPS I--? WIN ONE OR MORE PRIZES OF $1,000 · $500-$100'$50 «$20'$10-$5 · $1 To Help You Win P R I Z E SLIP PROGRAM #42 Tucson Winners . . . Marian Curtis--* 1,000 Virginia Shumakers--'500 $1,000 WINNERS Loraine Woodward--Douglas $500 WINNERS Pauline Williamson -- Yuma Marg Dalmolin -- Globe I. Kelter -- Sun City Vera Williams -- Phoenix Jean Tillman -- Mesa $100 WINNERS J. A. Burnett Jr., Sun City Mrs. Edward Vincent, Phoenix Sandy Rrchan, Casa Grande Lottie Stuart, Mesa Mrs. L. Hero, Phoenix Nolan Blessley--$100 Mr. Mrs. E. Moon--5100 Joe Russell, Williams Elmer Walker, Yuma Essie M. Dixon, Phoenix H. E. Foreman, Phoenix Mary Godoy, Douglas Dorothy Terry, Indian Wells Claudia Waggoner, Prescott Dorothy Jones, Chino Valley Bennie Aragon, Phoenix Mae Starnes, Phoenix Mrs. Rudolph Gust, Sun City $50 WINNERS Mrs. T. J. Kelly, Scottsdale Earl Ramey, Sun City Kay Rapp, Bisbee Ray Holmes, Holbrook Teodora. Garcia, Phoenix Dorothy Rabinowitz--$50 Mary I. Nelso--$50 Mrs. L. Koller--$50 Russell Eberhardt--$50 Mrs. Hazel L. White, Glendale Leon M. Long Jr., Phoenix Wm. E. Weed III, Phoenix Mrs. Mary Hannum, Douglas Joseph Harryn, Phoenix Burnis Tripp, Globe Donald T. Steward, Scottsdalt Jean Fagerberg, Prescott Gilbert C. James, Miami Robert Lopez, Yuma H. R. Lawson, Phoenix Rafaela D. de Leo, Nogales, Son. Mrs. E. Rohde, Prescott Mrs. Edith Walrod, Phoenix Marj Wheeler, Kingman Verneda Hoffman, Phoenix Jo Cornell, Tempe C. H. Knight, Youngtown P L U S . . . hundreds of smaller prize winners! Rincon's Prom Plans Explained No additional school soon- sored parties or activities will be held in conjunction with the Kincon High School . junior - senior prom, to be held at the school from 9 to 12 p.m. Saturday. School officials issued toe announcement to alleviate any possible misunderstanding on the part of parents about private parties which , may be planned. "No teacher supervision will be provided after midnight or for any activities other than the school dance," a school spokesman said. "Parents are urged to make sure proper chaperonage is provided for any other non - school social events their children plan to attend." PUBLIC RECORDS MARRIAGE LICENSES Michael K. Smltti, 25, Tucson, «nd Norms J. Arthur, 18, Tucson. Bovd F. Fenton, 3, Tucson, and Sharon A. Bausher, M, Tucson.- Enrique 0. Huerta Jr., 23, Tucson, and Jenny M. TIerney, U, Mission, Kin. DIVORCES Elizabeth M. Gratert vs. Claude D. Grabert Jr., decree. -Lawrence L. Carlisle vs. Helen* Carlisle, decree. .Joan Wagner vs. David Wagner, decree for separate maintenance.. Georglna J. Everett vs. Donald D. Everett, complaint. Patricia McFarland vs. George McFarland, comptslnr. Alexia S. Carter vs. Bob R. Carter, complaint. Paul Nixon vs. Florence Nixon, cam- Ellen A. Weitt vs. George E.- Weltz, complaint for separate : maintenance. Debra Araaon vs. Abelardo Araaon Jr., complaint. Mariano C. Goniales vs.. Socono G. Gonzales, complaint. Jane E. Way vs. James K. Way, complaint. A. V. Tannous vs. Rosalie Tannous, complaint. BIRTHS ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Prisco, .Mil N. Columbus, a slrl at 10:15 p.m. Mar. ». Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tatham, 3260 Via Palos Verde, a boy at 10:« p.m. Mar. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Catalano, T400 N. Stone, a boy at 2:03 a.m. Mar. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Melvln Evans, ISA Polo village, a boy at 4:49 a.m. Mar. 10. ST. MARY'S HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Callxtra, 321 W. Blenman, a girl at 2:25 a.m. Mar. t. TUCSON GENERAL HOSPITAL Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Plerson, 555* S. Canada, a boy at 1:02 a.m. Mar. 10. TUCSON MEDICAL CENTER Mr. and Mrs. Donald Young, 213 N. Avenida Carolina, a girl at 7:44 a.m. Mar. 9. i Mr. and Mrs. Terrence C. White, 3533 E 2ith, a boy at 72:03 p.m." Mar. 9. Mr. and Mrs. John Vellutl, 1050. N, Natachee, a girl at 1:19 p.m. Mar.-!. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herberman, tt E. 10th, a airl at 1:19 a.m. Mar. W. FIRE CALLS (Calls in 24 hours to t a.m. today) :22-9:3^ a.m. -- Engine 11 to 411 S. Erin Ave., gas leak in furnace. 11:44 a.m.-12 iraon -- Truck "418 to 222 W. Alameda St., wash down gas. 12:47-1:02 p.m. -- Truck ffl« to 222 W. Alameda St., wash down sas. x 2:24-2:41 p.m. -- Rescue Truck 1 In 722 N. Perry Ave., first aid. 3:35-3:52 p.m. -- Engines 12. 12B to Baker Place and Magda Ave., brush fire. 1:59-2:15 a.m. -- Rescue Truck 1 to 31 W. 34th-St., first aid. 3:15-3:35 a.m. -- Engine 2 to 3tth St. and 5th Ave., mattress fire. Goldberg To Speak BERKELEY, Calif.--(M -- Arthur J. Goldberg, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, wffl be the Charter Day speaker at ;he University of California here, March 26. WASHABLE SLACKS THAT NEVER NEED PRESSING Best-looking, longest-wearing permanently pressed slacks you can buy! They wash any way, dry any way, and never need pressing. Their crease is set for life. 50% Fortrel polyester, 50% combed cotton foryear-'round wear. 4 popular $£95 Colors-Pr. 0

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