Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 10, 1966 · Page 37
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 37

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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PAGC40 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN THURSDAY, MARCH 10, The Weather And You on your town tonight, the w*lk of your dwelling probably wooM react pretty fast to the change in at- conditions. T h e r a p i d cooling of the outside walls of your living room, for example, probably would cause the temperature of the inner walls to drop as much as 10 or 15 degrees. Tne evaporation of moisture both inside and Distributive Education 7|yf j. /"W» rt ,«^ 'TVrv-** ~«..^rv 8 jumbo tamales loaded with meat the cooling process. Since the walls of the room would be much cooler than your body by perhaps as much as 10 degrees, your body would lose beat by radiation' toward the cooler surface of the walls. Your chest or your back, whichever is nearest the cold wall, probably would feel the drop in temperature first. The closer you backed up to the wall, t sooner your back would feel the cold. --Medicos Families --AP Wlrephoto U. S. Weather Forecast Rain is forecast for tonight in the western Gulf Coast, the north central area and in the Pacific Northwest. Showers are expected along the east coast of Florida. It will be warmer in the eastern half of the nation and cooler in the Northwest. Tucson Skies Today Sunset today 4:28 p.m. Sunrise tomorrow «:O a.m. Moonrlse today .'.... 10:51 p.m. Last Quarter, March 13. The planet Saturn now Is almost directly behind the Sun. -Saturn Is ·boot WO million miles from the Earth tonight, It$ greatest distance this year. WEATHER AMrckrt March» AMIS March 14 ' ' ( Highest temperature yesterday 7i Highest temperature year ago 7 Hlflfi r»cottl for date (1WO) 84 Low temperature yesterday *s Low'temperature year ago .Low record for date (W4) 29 M«an temperature yesterday Mean temperature year ago 5 Normal temperature this date 57 Humidity 5 p.m. yesterday ·Humidity S a.m. today £6 Sunrise--4:41 Sunset--«:28 . Data fer 44 hwn wMlm at 5:00 a.m. i THURSDAY, MARCH 10,1«« J4-Hr. U-Hr. 14-H MK. Mln. Prep Albuquerque 67 31 Atlanta S3 32 ·Billing* Hi 3» Bismarck 39 27 Boise S8 40 . 5 Boston 35 30 Buffalo 39 29 Casper, Wyo. 54 32 Charlotte 51 24 Chicago « * Cincinnati 52 XI Cleveland 44 28 Denver 48 34 Des Molnes S5 42 Detroit 44 31 Douglas .; 81 35 El Paso 77 45 Fairbanks --14 --22 T Flagstaff 57 23 Ft. Worth .'. 44 52 Grand Canyon 54 25 Honolulu 83 70 IndlanspolU 53 41 .08 Kansas.City 48 55 Las Vegas 73 47 Little Rode 45 35. Los Angele* 48 49 Memphis ....;........ 43 34 Miami Beach, Fla. ...70 42 Minneapolis 51 42 New Orleans 41 35 New York 45 33 Oklahoma City 67 53 Omaha 53 45 Philadelphia 43 25 Phoenix 81 45 Pittsburgh 47 24 Portland, Ore 53 40 Rapid City 52 31 St. Louis 48 44 Tr Salt Lake City 44 43 San Diego 41 50 San Francisco 58 ' 54 .29 Seattle 49 39 .18 Tampa 70 52 Toronto 43 31 TUCSON 78 47 Washington 47 29 Wichita 43 51 Yuma, Ariz. 84 50 Robert L. King, meteorologist In charge, Tucson--U.S. Weather Bureau Panel On Group Counseling Set A panel discussion on "Group Counseling -- What Is It?" will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Home Economics Audi torium on the University of Ari zona campus. Speaking will be Dr. Gordon Harshman, UA assistant profes sor of counseling and guidance Robert Branson of Naylor Jun ior High School, and James Len ihan of Flowing Wells High School. Sponsored by the Tucson Area Guidance Association, the meet ing is open to the public. LAS IPALMAS REP CHILI SAUCE, Pepe Says... 'itTattetAi6H»!AtfiL»ks' LAS PALMAS RED CHILI SAUCE CHILI BEANS ENCHILADA SAUCE SEND KM) Ffiff UNKN SICIPK RAMIREZ KRAUD CHIll CO. VfNTURA, CALIFORNIA BOWLING NEWS in the CITIZEN Students of marketing and management will hear a Sears Roebuck Foundation executive tomorrow as the two-day State Leadership Conference of Distributive Education Clubs of America (DECA) gets under way here. It begins at 4 p.m. in the Ramada Inn. Robert Reeves, southwest regional director for the Sears Foundation, will speak to more than 400 Arizona high school students at 7:30 p.m. Clubs at 30 schools throughout the state will send representatives. Also attending will be more than 200 educators, legislators and business leaders, who will serve as judges and advisors. . DECA is an educational youth organization designed to supplement classroom instruction by teaching and training young persons for marketing, distribution and management. The Tucson meeting will involve display and oral reports of research studies which students have conducted during the year. Findings from these studies are used by local communi- ties to improve their economy. Twenty contests will take place, including sales demonstration, display, advertising, job interview and public speaking. Climax of the two-day event is the Saturday evening awards banquet, wherp sfatp winnprs will' be named, the DECA Sweetheart announced, and college scholarships awarded. Outstanding businessmen who have supported the DECA program also will be honored. HEAT AND SERVE TONIGHT UftULfS HAVE SOMETHING TO GIVE AWAY? try For Free--every Friday in the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN ING . It doesn't take long to finish 8 great Holsum Donuts. Why? Because they're fresher, better-tasting. Because Holsum makes and packages donuts right here in Arizona. Try tasty Crumb, Cinnamon, Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Coconut and Chocolate Iced. Duly 390 at your favorite grocer. Holsum Fresh 'n Tender Donuts. what's new with ARIZONA that's what! One of the things . that marks' 1 you as young--and keeps you young--is trying new things. Like lamb, prepared in an exciting new way. Or lamb... period. Shouldn't you break out of the rut of serving the same kinds of meat day after day after day? Cook young. Cook young and tender milk- fed Spring lamb! flair! Spoon heated prepared mincemeat on vanilla or coffee ice cream. Top with a cube of sugar dipped into lemon or rum extract. Light a match to the cube and serve a naming dessert. It's ready in 5 minutes--looks very continental. And, it follows the lamb main course beautifully! for recipe collectors: Now, Paula Owen's popular Lamb Cookbook is available in a paperback, edition. Bright, authoritative, it contains more than 200 recipes for delicious Iamb dishes from curries to kebabs. Hard cover library copies are $3.95. You can get the practical paperback by sending 50 j{ in coin to American Lamb Council, Dept. LR- 2365,520 Railway Exchange Bldg., Denver, Colo. 80202. uood manager It's a title to wear proudly. One way you earn it is by serving varied and delicious meals--even when your food budget's limited. A big help here are the inexpensive cuts of lamb: spareribs you'll barbecue, the flavorful shoulder roast, tender neck slices or lamb riblets for braising, lamb stew meat and ground Iamb. They'll save you many a penny... and collect compliments for your cooking as well! 0 n dining out with small children It's smart to pre-plan with the children special dishes "they might enjoy. It saves time when you get to the restaurant table, forestalls a request for a peanut butter sandwich! Thus prepared, they'll behave like lambs. Lamb. That's a thought. Order it. ·v Lamb and the single girl It's elementary, m'dear. Lesson number 44 in how to hook a husband concerns itself with cooking. Especially lamb, which you'll remember to cook slowly at a low temperature, and serve smartly on a hot plate. And isn't it a coincidence; there are 44 different cuts of lamb to practice on--each one so delectably tender that you can't go a-miss. A Delightfully Different Dinner starring lamb chops ^^^^H ' · ·IIVI · · WITH avocado t IAMB LOIN CHOPS 3 TOMATOES. HALVED J CUBED OR v DICED AVOCADd 5 TBSPS. BUTTERED CORNFLAKE CRUMBS 6 SERVINGS COOKED SPAGHETTI OR NOODLES SALT AND McCORMtCK- SCHILUNG PEPPER TO TA»T£ GRATED CHEESE % CUP COOKED FEAS 1Y* TO 2 CUPS MEDIUM WHITE SAUCE HOW TO PUT IT TOGETHER: 1. Arrange lamb chops on broiler pan leaving enough room to add tomatoes. Broil 3-4 inches from heat 5-7 minutes. Turn chops and arrange tomato halves on broiler pan. Sprinkle with buttered cornflake crumbs and broil 5-7 minutes longer. 2. While chops are broiling, combine peas and white sauce. Keep hot Cube avocado and sprinkle with salt. 3. Arrange lamb chops, tomatoes and spaghetti or noodles on hot dinner plates. Drop the avocado cubes in the white sauce, stir gently and spoon over the spaghetti or noodles. Sprinkle with cheese. NOTE: For added color, add % cup diced cooked carrots to the white sauce along with, or in place of, the peas. once a week...every week...iamb-the "tender surprise" Free Iamb recipes! Write: american lamb council 520 Railway Exchange BldDept LR-2365, Denver, Colorado 80202 3501 N. MOUNTAIN AVENUE, Half Block South of Prince Road ONLY 10% ADDED AT CASH REGISTER Sale Items Below Effective March 10, 11, 12, 13 USDA CHOICE BEEF FRESH FISH DAILY ···· SHANK PORTION BUTT END HAM 65 CENTER SLICES . 7 9 Ib Ib SUMMIT SLICED LB. PKGJ LUNCH MAJOR 3i/ 2 OZ.PKG. SLICED AA E A T CORNED BEEF, fwlC^^ I PASTRAMI, HAM PORK BUTTS FRESH LEAN Ib CHEF'S DELIGHT 2 Ib. LOAF CHEESE ^ f t C SPREAD ········ BANQUET 8 Oz. TUNA JUICE ORANGES C NUCOA OLEO 4 LBS. $100 BANQUET HADDOCK C OZ. GR. ONIONS OR RADISHES 'Bu.l F AND P SALE FRUIT COCKTAIL APRICOTS PEACHES GREEN BEANS #303 SIZE N ········^··^·i^B COFFEE FOLGERS Lb. CAN SALAD DRESSING C-H-B QUART JAR DRY MILK BORDEN'S 12 Of. STARLAC Size CINCH 19-Oz. Size PORK BEANS CAKE MIX WESSON OIL OLIVES BREAD C-H-B 21/2 SIZE IOO LARGE Size Bottle CADIZ GREEN JARS SUNBEAM RYE, FRENCH, Ib. WHITE SLICED Toilet Tissue 4 Roll Pkg. BUY AT AFCO--5000 MORE ITEMS PRICED AT OR BELOW WAREHOUSE COST (LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED) AFCO HOURS: 9-9 DAILY--SUNDAY 10-6

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