Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 11
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PAGE 12 T U C S O N D / 1 L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, i?63 TAX EXEMPTION SUBSTITUTE DAV Council To Seek Approval For Lottery PHOEN5X--/P)--The legislative council of the Disabled American Veterans of Arizona REMODEL? Phone MA 3-3333 Wm. L. Pritchett Son, will ask its membership to approve a proposal to legalize a state lottery. The question will be put to the veterans during the organization's annual state convention opening today in Prescott. Howard Horn of Phoenix, council chairman, said if the proposal passes, the DAV will lobby actively for a lottery bill during the next regular session of the legislature. The resolution, as drafted by the council, calls for a lottery in connection with legalized horse racing. Bui Horn said the proposal would be amended in favor of a straight drawing, with prizes going to the first, second and third numbers selected. Horn said the lottery could serve as a substitute for the threatened repeal of the veterans' property tax exemptions. The veterans' exemptions, Horn added, total about $4.5 million annually. The lottery he said, would bring in at least $4.5 million. Similar legislation w a s signed into law Tuesday by New Hampshire Gov. John W. King. Horn said the revenue from the lottery could go into the state general fund and be distributed at the discretion of the legislature. THE GREATEST KITCHEN E! ' 'l|g"«"il il: M J: at a SPECIAL PRICE! GIGANTIC CLEARANCE EHOUSESALE! Ml FREE Elettrie TABU HO MONEY 3-WAY IELECTRIC OUTLET HCLUDED PER WEEK COMPLETE ENSEMBLE only $39.95 3 TIER ELECTRIC KITCHEN TABLE, : - ;| STRAINER LIFT-OFF MOTOR SQUEEZE FRESH DRINKS GRINDS ALL FOODS ^*«*^7 REAMER $ JJ ELECTRIC SLICER Aitacnei in- i t G n t I y . I d e a M o r j I I c i n g t h e e i e, meats, veg- e t a b I c i, f r u i t s . Included Free v* 1 I h I n · s em bib, GUARANTEE ELECTRIC SHREDDER ,v A t t a c h e s in* stonily. The i d e a l s a l ad maker. Shrads v e g e t a b l e s , meats, fruits. 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