Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 13
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PAGE T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 Winner Of Citizen Award To Be Revealed Next Week The w i n n e r of one of t h e ] top honors of the school year --the annual Tucson Daily Citizen Award--will be announced next Thursday. Outstanding seniors from eight high schools in Tucson are selected as finalists to vie for the big award, considered one of the most cherished honors that can be conferred on an Old Pueblo student. ' Next year a ninth school, Palo Verde, will be eligible for the award. Palo Verde will 'OXYGEN AMBULANCE SICKROOM 1 SUPPLIES A ·CHAIRS ^ AA AMBULANCE SERVICE 219 LMABEL prepared - c u t o u t - p i ace n e a r ph on* iave its first senior class t h e n . . The winner receives an en- raved wrist watch valued at approximately $120 and the school receives an engraved plaque t h a t is kept at the school for the following 1'2 m o n t h s . The seven f i n a l i s t s and the winner will be announced simultaneously in the Citizen next Thursday. Candidates' names are kept secret u n t i l that time. Prominent citizens of the c o m m u n i t y serve as judges. The job each year proves extremely d i f f i c u l t due to the high caliber of n o m i n e e s from each school. Judges t h i s year arc David Windsor, registrar and director of admissions at the U n i - versity of Arizona; Mrs. H. H d'Autremont, recently namec Tucson Woman of the Year by the Tucson Advertising Club; and H. H. Kaehn, chair man of the Tucson R o t a r y Club scholarship c o m m i t t e e . Candidates for the Achieve The New 25-Acre Tucson Mobile Home 1'nrk Large Spaces at Low Rents School--Bus--Shopping Paved Streets 3470 N. Romero Rd. MA -1-23S2 South Africa Raises Dogs For Antarctic nent Award invariably are imong the finest students in heir respective schools. Most ·ank at or near the top of heir class academically. Judg- ng is on scholarship, school a c t i v i t i e s , c o m m u n i t y i n t e r - ests and leadership. Schools m a k i n g nominations for the annual award are A m p h i t h e a t e r , Catalina, Flowing Wells, Pueblo, Rincon, Salpointe. Sunnyside and Tucson High. Past winners are: 1957--Emma Gee, Tucson High. 1958--Robert K i r k Young, Catalina. 1959--Russell Sidney Nielsen, Sunnyside. 1960--Margaret Ann King, Salpointe. 1961--John Howard Moff a t t , C a t a l i n a . 1962--James R . D a v i s , C a t a l i n a . Severe Drought Mils Hong K o n g HONG KONG --(XPI-- The worst drought in history has hit t h i s B r i t i s h crown colony. A government spokesman said today only 2.67 inches of rain were recorded since Nov. 1. 8 Tucson Lions Clubs Hosts For State Parley PRETORIA. South A f r i c a -UPI-- Only 50 miles south of the Tropic of Capricorn, the South A f r i c a n government is r u n n i n g an unlikely but flourishing new industry: raising husky dogs for Antarctica. The dogs are needed for South Africa's national a n t arctic expeditions. The Onders t e p o o r l Agricultural R e search Center north of Pretoria has tackled the problem of replenishing the supply of huskies for a n t a r c t i c sledge teams. The f i r s t two huskies, Bidule and Fatima, were a gift from the 1960 Belgian antarctic expedition to Hannes la Grange, who led South Africa's first expedition to the deep-frozen south. La Grange handed the dogs over to the government to build up a reserve of huskies for f u t u r e expeditions. Fresh blood was brought in when seven f u l l y - g r o w n dogs were imported from Greenland. In the bland climate of South A f r i c a huskies can live up to 15 years. But in the howling gales and blizzards of Antarctica the husky's average l i f e span is five years. Because of this there is a constant drain on the a n i m a l s and sledge teams have to be replaced regularly. Eight Tucson Lions clubs are hosts for the '50th annual Lions International state convention which opened here this morning with registration at the Ramada I n n . Assigned a specific area of convention work, club presidents have planned a c t i v i t i e s in cooperation w i t h Leonard Marshall, general convention c h a i r m a n , and Richard Shea, vice c h a i r m a n . The club presidents are S t u a r t McLendon, Breakfast Club; Elmer Thierman, Downtown Lions; Earl Heink, N o r t h Tucson; Walter Lumley, Old Pueblo; Richard Fcderhar, Rincon; A. (Mike) Monarres, South Tucson; Mark Leach, Sunrise, and Robert Stock, W i l m o t Lions Club. Speakers will i n c l u d e C l a u d e M. De Vorss of Wichita, Kan., 2nd vice presiden! of Lions Internationa! and a former mayor of Wichita, and James Sexton of Phoenix, a director of Lions I n t e r n a - tional. Approximately 1,200 dele gates are expected to attend the convention which wil close Saturday night w i t h the district Governors' Ball. Bus! ness and workshop session? will begin tomorrow and wil c o n t i n u e all-day Saturday. The conclave also will fea t u r e the election of governors for Districts 21-A and 21-B. Presiding are Dale L. Lop shire of Benson, governor o FRYER Pan Ready, cut up \b. C. M. De VORSS District 21-B, and Charles Bradshaw of Phoenix, governor of District 2 1 - A . Sarah Osborii-' Dead AI 71 Mrs. Sarah B. (Shearer) Osborn, 71, a longtime winter visitor and Tucson resident for seven years, died yesterday at Tucson Medical Center. She is survived by her widower, Fred L., and one daughter, Mrs. Randolph R. Pool, both of Tucson; two sisters, Mrs. Genevieve Priest and Mrs. Grace Primmer, both of Lafayette, Ind. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Monday at Bring's Funeral Home. Burial will he in South Lawn Memorial Park. Noises Cause Complaints By Employes RUTHERFORD, N. Y. ---UPI -- Clanging machines, ringing telephones and the squeaks and screeches of a noisy work area make em- ployes mad at each other, but don't decrease work output. A graduate student at Fairleigh Dickinson University came to t h a t conclusion after studying employe reaction in three manual work areas of a large electrical m a n u f a c t u r i n g com pan}'. The noise levels in the three areas ranged from deafening 103 decibles through 90 decibels and down to 86 decibels. Joseph Sroka Jr. found the noisiest area had the highest number of grievances. The grievances also took longer to settle. But Sroka said the griev ance-minded employes earnec just as much in incentive pay as employes in more t r a n q u i surroundings. Sroka suggests the griev ances stemmed from workers who had to shout at each other and then got mad when they had to shout louder. He says the workers may have sought an outlet for this frus tration by lodging grievances against the company. CITIZEN COMICS --the world's best-- London Bobby? Surprisingly enough, yes. It was in 1829 that Sir Robert Peel reorganized the London Metropolitan Police,who p r o m p t l y became k n o w n as "Peelers" or "Bobbies". But t h i s was sixty years fl/ler Alexander Gordon had introduced his remarkable gin to London and given it bis name. H a p p i l y , the Gordon's you drink today is based on t h a t o r i g i n a l 1769 f o r m u l a . That e x p l a i n s i t s u n i q u e dryness a n d delicate flavour. Explains, too, why Gordon's is the biggest selling gin in England, America, the world. P R O D U C T Of U.S.*. nisnufoiwfioiinRVOit).infix i DIMIUED FROM (1RJIN. 90 PROOF. CORCION'S DRY (UN CO.. I TO , II WEN. II. J. DISTILLED LONDONDRY G I N USDA Choice IB. iUSDA Choice --: !l LONG HORN CHEESE full" Cream . . Lb LUNCHEON MEAT Peyton's 6 oz. pkg. 6 Diff. varieties, Mix or Match CHASE SANBORN COFFEE Ib. 59 Ibs. 15 CIGARETTES ALL POP BRANDS King or Reg. Size EWHIP WHIP Get £filry Blank Here lor... the «·· ·%»»w-» ...... SouthSeas KERN'S STRAWBERRY PRESERVES 2 £ 49 C trips for 2-to EXOTIC ISLES 91 OTHER PRMS N O T H I N G T O W R I T E . . . E N T E R TOOAV SPRY SHORTENING GOOD LUCK COCK O' WALK TOMATO JUICE 46-oz. can cans · I DUTCH PRIDE ICE MILK DOLE SLICED EAPPLE $ 3 No. 2 Cans S). Francis Grade A Lge. Doz. Butter F o r e m o s t Grode AA, Ib. COCK O 1 THE WALK Peaches 2 No. 2'A C A M P B E L L SOUP all veg variety cans Jergens Lotion Socsp Bath Size UPTON'S INSTANT TEA 3-oz. jar 69 32-07.. ZEE TOWELS 25 Giant Size MIRROR FOIL 25-fl. Roll Gold-tone For Ladle Free with Each P u r c h a s e CHIFFON TOILET PAPER pack 23 FLOUR CARNATION $439 /U / f a s . i COTTAGE CHEESE Foremost, 2 fbs I FLA-VOR 10-Pack e ; BIRDS EYE TTUCE TOMATOES DEI APP aifmatraf m a · · Ib. Free Sample and Coffee will be served all day Sauirday, ; · ;.: Mav 1. : : No. 1 Idaho Russets 10 Lh. Cello Bag . . 2^25 2U5 45 STORE HOURS: OPEN 9 a.m. to 10 p.m. LIMIT RIGHTS RESERVED l Prices Effective Thru Wed., May 8th 7 DAYS A WEEK 4229 EAST SUPER MARKET 22nd ST. Why didn't someone j think of this before? Two colors rolled i n t o one -- y e l l o w on t h e o u t s i d e and w h i t e on the inside. Softer, l i g h t e r colors lor yon. You con get ail w h i l e , if you like. A new package, too: In clear p l a s t i c f i l m y o u ' l l find one A U R O R A roll ready to use and the ^ other separately wrapped to s l a y fresh t i l l you need it. Purchase a two-roll packet of new A U R O R A and wonder how we ever made i t so soft. A U R O R A · Ti.cn layers of sn ft ness.. .and one is /litres/ white. Another /'me Product of American C.in Camrtany ON WHIIE / L A V C N O E R on W H I T E / W H I T E ON WHITI

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