Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 11, 1976 · Page 27
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 27

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, February 11, 1976
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PAGE 28 Music club to hear 'parade' A Parade of American Music and Crusade for Strings will highlight the meeting of the Musical Arts Club at 2 p.m. Feb. 20 in Trinity Presbyterian Church, 740 N. 4th Ave. The performing artists will be Dorothy Moreton, violin; AJice Breck, ceiio, and Floy Payne, piano. Tea and a social hour will follow the concert. There is a guest fee of SI. Mexico City urging gardens MEXICO CITY ( U P I ) -One answer to rising food costs, city authorities are suggesting, may be homegrown vegetables -- and they are giving away free seed packages to help the project along. A group of agronomists from the Ministry of Agriculture has been touring the city in recent weeks, teaching home owners how to plant vegetable gardens and giving away packages of radish, carrot, onion, tomato, chile, and green pea seeds. Stars By SYDNEY OMARR THURS, FEB. IJ "After all, Ihe tesl at any orcdidlon 15 jfe ?'if ce ; s , or otherwise." -- w.H./w. Christie, Aslronomer Roval ot England o o o ARIES (Merchll-Aprll 19): Be more analytical than usual Find reasons -- dig deep, beneath superficial layers. One close fo you wants reassurance. Remember there is human equation -- II you ionore It you Invlle chaos. The rest fs uo to you TAURUS (ADril21May»): Go slow. Collect information. Get flies n order. Organize priorities. Accent on Ideas and how to rnaKe them viable Give full olay to Intellectual curiosity. Ask Questions whicfi can be answered. Kev Jj, to remain within realm of what Is possible. You'll understand' GEMINI (May 21-JuneM): Be wlllmcr to revise, review, even to fear down for purpose ot rebuilding on a more solid structure. Obtain realistic hint from Taurus message. Aquarius, acorplo and Leo could llgure promlnent- CANCER (June 21-July »· Lunar cycle Is high, but you have some unfinished business. Confront situation In dlred manner. Member ot opposite sex provides valuable Information. Know It and don't permit pride to block progress. LEO (July 23-Aug. 23) · Hlghliont ability to adlust to changing conditions. Including situation In ?oTM own home. Taurus, Libra could be In picture. Avoid mailing letters .In hasle. Give vouselt time -- and benefit of any uouot. VIRGO (Aug. D-Scot. 22): Define terms. Insls) on understanding, not intrigue. Avoid taklno people for SlSnteo- Be self-reliant, steer dear ol self-deception. Look behind scenes. Get story from original source. One who turned C °° OCre col) ' d atso be misi "~ LIBRA (Sept. 21-Oct. 2JI · Assume responsibility. II you attempt to delegate duties, you could be In for rude awakening. Check costs. Protect assets. Refuse to be talked Into giving up something ot value for mere promise. TaVe firm stand where security is concerned. SCORPIO (Oct. 21-Nov. 211: Finish rather than Initiate project Look beyond the Immediate. Agoresslve associate may be rushing In wrong direction. Trust your own Inner voice A secret surfaces. Don't be afraid You can utilize your Intelligence to gain distinct advantage. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. JJ-Dec. 21): Highlight Independence, originality Leo, Aquarius persons could be part of a 'new deal." Accent on taxes, leases, Insurance and medical policies. Check with partner, male. Friend with unusual Ideas wants you to lend moral support CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan W You may find that some people want to take advantage of oast associations. Key Is to maintain Independence wnile avoiding arrogance or compromise You may have to walk proverbial fine line AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) · You gel answers to questions One S5S 5eer T M "«)ltt«r"ilwfltes fetters' ZrA v %! '" T ak '"0 necessary contacts arrangements. Your views now are sought by more persons. You could be torefforts Deaklr ' B and b "TM rewar!Kl PISCES (Feb. 19-MarchJO): ,£fv «uld be anticipating, getting ahead of yourself. Know It and get sec- 0"°. wind. You might have to chick files and effectives. Frank discussion wilh without 0 (elf" ' S °" aoenda - Slale views 0 O O IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you have insatiable curiosity, are lond ol travel, have great sense of humor -and an appetite· to match. You are conscious ot health and physical appearance, more so than Ihe average IndivJd- CoovrJght 1976 PERSIAN RUGS AUCTION FRIDAY KKH. H A T 7:30 PM KX»IlimON6:SO CM SUKHATOIS I IS IS 350S. F R K K W A Y l-l(lCON(;RKSS. TUCSOIS Mr. Don B'atchford and Jim Burk, Iranian Rug Weavers' representatives will be lecturing and auctioning the finest rugs ever presented at our auction. Large selection of Taba Tabriz, Royal Kcr- mans, Palace Kashan. Silk Qums, Nams and many more will be available Tor your selection. IRANIAN RUG WEAVERS 533Sutt*f St., S.F. M 15(381-6666 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1976 m We're working harder than ever to save you money! PRICES EFFECTIVE THROUGH 2-17-76 We're as concerned as you "" are about high food prices! Thafs why we are seeking out the very best buys from our suppliers and passing the savings on to you! WE GLADLY ACCEPT ll.S.B.A. FOOD STAMPS Chuck Steak Chuck Roast BLADE CUT PROTENBEEF 69; 7-BONE PROTEN BEEF EVERYDAY KMART SPECIAL! STIR SERVE CATSU P ML MONTE JUG HOT COCO MIX WHITE RiCE DOG FOOD 0 SNACK N' GOLDEN GRAIN DINNERS. 47 32 OZ. 78 MJ.B INSTANT 24 OZ. BETTY CROCKER . 5 LS. SALTINES . HI 'C' DRINKS COFFEE rOLCE.3 JELL^O' ALL PURPOSE » LUUK FAMILY KITCHEN . MUSTARD BABY FOOD ^^^w WHEATIES CHERRY PIE FILLING DRY MILK WESTERN VALLEY 20 OT TOMATO SAUCE SPAGHETTI DINNERS; TUNA FISH DLCAUH WESTERN VALLEY 65' , L 6 47* , 40 z45' 13* 1 LB. I 23* 3 OZ. I 69 C 14* i a oz. 8 1 COMSTOCK 21 OZ. I I WESTERN VALLEY CHEF BOY.RJ5EE I9.3OZ. CHICKEN Of THE SEA f QUALITY MEATS FROM KMART ^ ROUND BONE CHUCK POT ROAST IMPERIAL STEAK % CUBE STEAK PROTEN BEEF LUNCH MEATS TM BRAUNSCHWEIGER % PORK LOIN CUTU , v WHOLE 'A' GRADE J9J FRYERS . ... MS. 1 KlD O ItAIV PROTEN BEEF J 69 SLICED BACON .no. 4Q* wiruroc 60Z. TU nlLnLnO PEY70NS -.89* IMPERIAL ROAST SSSSK LS 1 PORK LOIN WHOLEORHALF 47 0 . . . L B . · f 149 LB. 1 139 1 LB. 1 1 2 OZ. U J L B I " J COCK O 1 WALK' Fruit Cocktail 33° CORONET PAPER TOWELS JUMBO CRISPY POTATO CHIPS 32'OZ. RETURNABLE BOTTLE GOLDEN G MACARONI 9OZ. C O K E « T A B . . 5 5 * 1 Cottage Cheese Fruit Crush Margarine Biscuits 43' FROZ6N DESSERT ROVA'. SCOTT QUARTERS PIlLSBURr TUBE LIQUOR SPECIALS GOLDEN RIPE BANANAS POUNDS FOR RUSSET -xwoo,., -^ ^J% * BUNCH POTATOESl(k79' SPINACH SOLID GREEN - ^ , FRESH CABBAGE * 1 3* CARROTS EA CAMELOT--HOT DOG OR HAMBURGER Buns Sliced Bread Cinnamon Rolls Rye Bread RA1NBO EARTH GRAINS 47' Peas or Corn Meat Pies Hash Browns Strawberries WESTERN VALLEY i o o z . L.U SWAN SON LYNDEN FARMS SLICED WESTERN VAILEY 32 OZ. O J 36* 1002. i 1 1310 W. MIRACLE MILE -- 7025 E. BROflnwav OPEN HOURS

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