Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 6, 1960 · Page 17
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 17

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, June 6, 1960
Page 17
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MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 6, I960 T U C S O N D A I L T C I M Z E N PAGE 17 little girls' cabana outfit! · ; JwSjtfljf^ special selection with your choice ^* Hfi *TM * ·/ other shorts or pedal pushers with matching blouse '· florals, geometries, cbeckt, Jots · Jrztf 4 It 14 in washajfli cotton · regular 1.29 dressy white sandals · made completely »f finest bather I · idealfor that party next week CAMERAS wollensak TYPEWRITERS diamond /ensembles! beautiful glittering diamonds t» make htr lay yts · remember this is june, the month tf brides · prices you m't Mieve 1/4 carat total wt.. regular 150.00 49.00 l'/2 carat total wt.. regular 250.00 84.00 '1 full carat . ..... regular 450.00 159.00 full money back guarantee CLOCKS I men's 17 jewel watch, i electronically tinud fur proven accuracy !· stainless Metl tost with 1 expandable bractltt !· Mvetp stcond hand Mil I luminous dial |« beautiful styling for tilher sptrt tr dress i 77 · umpiete 400 Jay guarantee §tor« hours mondoy thru Saturday 10 till 9 Sundays ,V 3F lingerie full slips · Ida trim tf 100% nylon and nylon tricot · famous Mme mttnnfacturtr · JTZ« 32 to 42, regular 6.95 2(44 vanity fair and rogers half slips · beautifully *nJ charmingly tppHqutJ · ma small, regular MJ krgt · regular 3.99 hot summer weather cha, cha, ahhh! · all three pieces, blouse, ptdal pushers and hat · scoop neck crop top with fringe on the bottom · kright and gay horizontal stripes · sizes 8 to 16 · vamaria straw hat with matching striped band · all three, regular 12.95 CHILDREN'S WEAR model 72 8mm movie camera, % made by iwtttiuak, manufacturers of the finest tameras money can buy. 113mm normal lens 2 filter dial 3 viewfinder 4 viewfinder eyepiece 5 speeddial 6 footage meter 7 operating button 8 winding crank 9 exposure dial 10 tripod socket 11 indicator ftrf/stops LU6CAGE 3 piece luggage set · many colors including white,^ brown and blue · 21" wernighter, train case, and pullman · regular 24.95"' ^°+~r- complete selection of america's top brand luggage including famous samsonite, amelia earhart, aero-pak, ·etc., all at save marts low, low prices^ . JEWELRY IPMHHHPpHil^^^ ^^^^^^^^^w-TM-'--«·· -«· - · ' ··· ' complete bar-b-que outfit · complete with motor, hood spit and grill · throw some charcoal into the bottom and you 're ready togo · beautiful coppertone finish that ^ \ \l won ' f "*** Of cotro ^ e nm" "^'^-^ 06* 10 Ib. baj; of charcoal · deliriously scented hickory blend charcoal · full ttn pounds · regular 98c il three: pants, blouse nd hat. FASHIONS boys' wash and wear dress slack* · masculine dark, medium and light shades KJ,,\ · let's get dressed up for a thange 3 47 · sizts 6 to 16 · regular 5.98 men's polished cotton slacks · wash and wear «f 100% cotton · a bright array of colors including blue, brown, red, grey, black, tan and all the rest · sizes 28 to 42 · regular 4.95 '37 men's short sleeved knit shirts · crew neck and "v" neck line · 100* cotton completely washable large assortment of colors and patterns regular 2.98 MEN'S WEAR men's leather sandal perfect for father's day · all leather in black, brown and tan · sizes 6 to 12 · regular 5,95 9 77 graduation shoes for the miss ·. little heels, squash heels, high heels · lovely white and most pastels , · · sizes 4 to 9 « regular 8.95 HARDWARE 3 tier cascading waterfall · lovely waterfall to enhance the patio, garden, or front room ; · three sturdy plastic tiers with heavy duty electric re-circulating water pump · plug it in -- watch and listen to the water cascading down from each tier into the lower one · rtgular 39.95 .M.lllllllllllllllltllIllll | i *s|j o UmiAMas-jgMr-cMTM^ ·HOUSIWAlIfrSfOtTIMO POOPS-T-V- HAKPWAtl 700 W. CONGRESS Regional Zoning Plans taec H earing Two neighborhood pl*r* anri r*»- Rincon High To Try Out Team Teaching Next Fall ' By HELEN PASTERNAK A "pilot program" in t e a m - t e a c h i n g will be tried by quests for /oning that Barked t h e ! t n p Rj n c o n High School English department during the plans are up for public hearinR , . . ,«««««,- before the County n e x t schonl y p a r ' Four E-lnglish t e a c h e r s w i l l p a r t i c i p a t e in the experi- m e n t , h a n d l i n g the areas in which t h e y excel. This will be the first such ex-. tomorrow i Ro.ird of Suprrvisors. ; The first is the Steele F.lemcn- ! t u r y School Neighborhood Plan j j which rovers the square mile be penmenl in Tucson District 1 program proves ; tween Broadway, Pantano rond. ! sc | loo |,j |f ^p I 22nd street and Camiim Seco. Tl" 1 " Mircpssfu | i n t h e ' E n g l i s h ' a r e a ! ' i t . . . . .. . . . l i w o n i n p request (for a v a r i e t y of W)1| ^ . d ( Mh hj ; about, it dunn* « Natioiwl A«n, · .^..x :n.' :» l _ v... l « . . ~ « u I'. . ' J nt \.nt*t\nr\r»r\i vrm/wl IJ n tw*i r\t. I m said h« fplt the s *' rt * «« TM possihihtiw after he*nng uses) within it I* hv .losrph be selected to participate in the ., prop rum. These students will be · A sitidv i* currently Iv of Secondary School Principals conference. Dr. Thomas Ixe. av sislant superintendent in charge of secondary education, said he felt the program had "tremendous learning of it. According to Slavic, me pro- cram has been tried by various according to Hanley R. Single, Rincon principal, and Zoning Commission has s u p - 1 Onp hltn(1rM) ,,,,, ^ t h r m Rested some zoning suhsiiumons; sf , nif)| . i|ud(n(s | a k l n f , ,- |ish w j l | in four parts of the petition. i 'Hie second hearinR is on a | proposal to amend and extend the Orange Grove plan. 'ITie area is bounded by Ina road. O r a n g e , 1|m1p| , Jtlcn hy thr FlwvjnK Wr ]S! hiRh^schools,^ "but no two ars District to determine whether a similar lypp proRram should b i n s t i t u t e d there on the elementary level. On team leaching, Howard Leiph, assistant Rincon principal, said: "It prives us the opportunity of utilizing specific talents of dividual teachers." English teachers who will participate in the new program arp H. L. Smith'."seeki nR ""h"eavy "in-| M i l t o n A K t e - Li)VP " lp Wh W Mi , ss j s t m c t e d we hope to us- that for dustrial for proporly north of Loulsp Rrown nntl M|S * »"-oih y i l a r R C ^^^ SUg , P Mid . ! Kali!. "WV are nil really interested in Grove rond. a line one mile east of Thornydale road and the Southern Pacific's rifiht-of-way. A rcroninp request within the plan area has been marie by M. Maslow. He is seekinp a variety of /.oninp including residential, business and industrial near Orange Grove and Thorny- dale roads. j Re?.oninps independent of n e w ! neighborhood plans also will be. j f n k e n up. The petitioners are R u t h r a u f f road west of Casa Grande Highway; Risner Realty. seekinp three-homes-to-the-acre and light business for property | B m w n s a i d near N. First avenue and River i Plans for Hie road; 'Craycroft Village, Inc., seeking two and three-homes-to- the-acre and heaw business east exactly alike.' Slaple admitted that Rincon (3 a " l i t t l e limited" for carying out the program. Team teaching calis for large classes, as w*ll as small conference groups and regular classes. One proposal is to convert a '"· basement area in rhe school for a classroom large enough tn handle 200 students at one rime. "When the auditorium is con- eon- R e g u l a r classrooms and emba'rkmg on the'pro R ram; ; 'Miss : [^ n « r "TM" j " th ; "^j library will he used for RtnalJ group teaching. * l n addition J under fonsidoralion ahoul a y^ar, are lo be worked out by and a d m i n i s t r a t i v e the teachers staff d u r i n g of Kolb road and north of 22nd 'he mimmcr. street; and F. .1. Perillo, requesting light business near Florence Highway and Mngee ronri. The following p l a t s have been recommended for supervisor approval by the P7, Commission: Shadow M o u n t a i n F.stales, rasas Adobes Estates, M i l t o n Manor and Hidden Valley No. 2. to using regular teachers, the program calls for authorities on various subjects to Ipclure to the students. SPECIALIZING IN ENGINES o( Furl Hcfly Fly Swaller LONDON -- UP! -- An American boarding a plane for New Y o r k ; was asked what he Intended t o ' do with the cricket bat he, was carrying. "Swat flies with it I RUCKS," he replied. d In 120(1 Hnrwpnwrr . . . A I I T v p , WISCONSIN J^.V.Horwpovrr (" aolinr I P '»· or » t u m l ('.»·! INGINIS Equipment Sales Service "SiWinliziril in InHu.lrinl unH F.rm Kquipmrnl." ZUSN. FIRST AVK. P H O N K M A 4-ZU9 WISE MOVE SAVE BY JUNE 10TH... EARN FROM JUNE 1ST! Pima's first-half earning period ends June 30th. You can profit with a full month's earnings on rhis date by opening or adding ro your account now. Enjoy rhe confidence of Insured Safery, rhe profit of Higher Earnings, in i Pirns Savings account!* IMA AVINGS AND LOAN A*»OCIAT1ON l i '»--* -- rf. WtWHw

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