Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 17
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 17

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 2, 1963
Page 17
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PAGE 18 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 "You Purchase with Confidence -- We Deliver with Pride" by KRDEHLERO ... in a Once-A-Year Shower of Values exclusive at HACKER'S at these very special ONCE-A-YEAR P R I C E S . . . Tonight till 9 p.m. Al! styles Exactly As Shown! Above, Kroehier $199.95 Traditional Sofa TREASURES Traditional Styling COLLECTION SEE TUCSON'S , % MOST COMPLETE FURNITURE .3* Blue Shield Picks Tucson Physicians Two Tucson physicians, Drs. Miguel A. Carreras and Hermann S. Rhu, were elected yesterday to three-year terms on the Arizona Blue Shield, the doctors' prepayment plan for medical and surgical coverage. Elections took place at the annual Blue Shield meeting, held in conjunction with the Arizona Medical Association's annual convention in the Pioneer Hotel. Elected for three-year terms on the Blue Shield professional committee were Drs. Seymour 1. Shapiro and George D. Robertson, also of Tucson. Dr. Robert A. McCulley of Phoenix was elected president. Other officers are Dr. Charles Van Epps, Phoenix, president-elect; Dr. Melvin W. Phillips, Prescott, vice president; Jud.qe Francis J. Donofrio, Phoenix, secretary; and E. N. Holgate, also of Phoe- i nix, treasurer. j Other directors elected at the a n n u a l meeting were Van Epps, Holgate and John E. Evans. Phoenix. Also named to the professional committee were Drs. William E. Crisp, Richard W. Creasman and Charles E. Henderson, all of Phoenix. -- Utal Unscramble these four Jumbles, one letter to euch square, to form four ordinary words. I11MOI. 1 1 (!) HOW A MAN SHOFTT OF LEARWS TO PLAY THE PIANO. Now arrange the circled letter* to form the surprise answer, u suggested by the above cartoon. Print Ihe SURPRISE ANSWER hue yy A. 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And it's a price that o f f e r s so much--fine Craftsmanship-zippered foam cushions, Helically suspended seating--the rirfistry or ages in this p e r f e c t traditional styling--colors and fabrics of your ov/n selection! INVESTIGATE BEFORE YOU INVEST Florida Weekend On The House For Thrifty Boys Teachers Set City Hall Rally In N.Y. NEW YORK--(/P)--Several hundred picketing teachers, some of whom had spent the night, continued a vigil outside city hall today in preparation for a mass rally at 4 p.m. Many of the pickets had blankets draped over their shoulders in an effort to ward off the damp chill in the air. Charles Cogen, president of the United Federation of Teachers, joined the pickets shortly before 7 a.m. and said the demonstration "shows the teachers mean business in their efforts to obtain a better budget for the school system." The proposed education budget will be presented to the Board of Estimate and City Council today. The teachers contend it falls far short of their m i n i m u m hopes. Members o f t h e u n i o n started gathering outside city hall at 6 p.m. yesterday. The n u m b e r picketing was estimated between 500 and 1,000 at various times. Cogen said the teachers were interested not only in higher salaries, but in better working conditions and "better learning conditions for children. . . ." T h e i r present one-year contract expires July 1 and they have threatened to strike when school reopens next September unless a new pact is negotiated. PANAMA CITY, Fla.--(/P) --The letter said a weekend vacation for a mother and her two sons will cost one penny. The mother said a prayer was answered. Mrs. Phyllis Dark of College Park, Ga., wrote to the Panama City Chamber of Commerce. She said her two sons, 10 and 11, had saved $11 between them out of their allowances during the past year for a vacation in the beach area. What would the cheapest accommodations be for one day and night? T h e c h a m b e r answered: One penny, meals and lodging for three included, Friday night through Sunday. "We have prayed nothing would prevent the trip," she said. "I t h i n k the Lord answered our prayer. We are so happy." She said Dennis, 11, saved $5, and Mike, 10, saVed $6. "All three of us cried when we got the letter," Mrs. Dark said. "Denny took it to school and read it to all his friends." She and her sons live with her widowed mother, Mrs. Myrtle Lovejoy. Mrs. Dark said she has not heard from her husband in 10 years. She works as a baby sitter to supplement her mother's pension from the army. NOTICE THE SECOND HALF OF 1962 TAXES WHICH BECAME DUE MARCH 4, 1963, WILL BECOME DELINQUENT MAY 6, 1963, AT 5:00 P.M. and unless paid by that time, interest from the time of delinquency at the rate of ten (10) per cent per annum pro-rated monthly as of the first Monday of the mouth u n t i l paid, will be added thereto. TAXES are payable at the office of the PIMA COUNTY TREASURER, COURTHOUSE, TUCSON, ARIZONA. CARROLL H. CHRISTIAN "ima County Treasurer SPECIALLY PRICED! 0RASS' 2 REGULAR SIZE TUBES 2» VALUE 50 150 I PLUS U DOUBLE PACK AVAILABLE IN 3 CUSTOM FORMULAS LARGE 10 OUNCE SIZE 250 VALUE"! 50 I p PLUS UX NEW! CREAM LIQUID' IN PLASTIC SQUEEZE BOTTLE STORES

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