Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on February 12, 1976 · Page 23
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Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, February 12, 1976
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PAGE 23 TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Pinto bean fwar' lowering prices · T H U R S D A Y . F E B R U A R Y 12, 1976 By BARBARA BARTE Citizen Food Editor There's a pinto bean "war" raging between local supermarket chains, so now is a good time to stock up. They're 17 cents a pound at Globe, 19 cents at Lucky, Low Cost and Save- Co, 20 cents at El Grande. Recently 25 to 39 cents a pound at most stores, these are good buys. Lettuce prices have been fluctuating wildly lately. They . are expected to go up again soon, but are currently low. Toma- ----·--__^s Of all menthols: Nobody^ loner than Carbon. Look at the latest U.S. Government figures for other menthols that call themselves low in tar. tar, mg/cig nicotine mg/cig Brand D (Menthol) 13 Brand KM (Menthoi) 13 '" Brand! (Menthol) 11 ~ Brand V (Menthol) n Carlton Menthol-*2 mg. tar, 0.2 mg. nicotine. Carlton 70's (lowest of all brands}-*1 mg. lar, 0.1 mg. nicotine. ·Av per cigarette by FTC method. Warning: The Surgson General Has Determined That Cigarette Smoking Is Dangerous to Your Health. Memhol: 2 mg."tar".0.2 mg. nicoiine av. per tigarette.by FTC method. Carlton Menthol 2mg-- newly reduced. Tucson Television KVOA KUAT KGUN KZAZ KOLD NBC PBS ABC IND. CBS Thursday Afternoon 12 NOON g MARY HARTMAN MISTER ROGERS O S20.0OO PYRAMID OJ 700 CLUB 12:30 P.M. § THE DOCTORS YOGA THE NEIGHBORS GUIDING LIGHT 1:00 P.M. O ANOTHER WORLD 0 GENERAL HOSPITAL CD ALL IN THE FAMILY 1:30 P.M. · O ONE LIFE TO LIVE G MANNA , C9 MATCH GAME 0 2:00 P.M. » O SOMERSET ' O MOVIE r "The Spoilers." !9t2 version of ; famous Yukon talc, stars Marlene ,, Dielricn. Randolph Scott and John - Wayne. Graham Kerr follows with cooking tips. (2 hrs.) -. CJ FATHER KNOWS BEST . CD TATTLETALES 1 2:30 P.M. § DAYS OF OUR LIVES ROOM 222 CD IRONSIDE ;." 3:00 P.M. · Q LASSIE 3:30 P.M. § MERV GRIFFIN SHOW I LOVE LUCY DINAH! 4:00 P.M. · O MISTER ROGERS .: O SGT. BILKO O LITTLE RASCALS 4:30 P.M. B SESAME STREET ABC NEWS CD ADDAMS FAMILY 5:00 P.M. O 0 ED NEWS -. CD BEWITCHED 5:30 P.M. NBC NEWS ELECTRIC COMPANY HOGAN-S HEROES PARTRIDGE FAMILY CD CBS NEWS 8 Thursday Evening 6:00 P.M. O © NEWS B CARRASCOLENDAS STAR TREK · CD BRADY BUNCH 6:30 P.M. § PRICE IS RIGHT TWO TICKETS TO TUCSON · CD LOVE AMERICAN STYLE CD T0 TELL THE TRUTH 7:00 P.M. . . O COP AND THE KID j, 'Arlene Golonk.i plays an English i teacher who becomes Uncle Fr.ink s . romantic interest. O BLACK PERSPECTIVE ' Tennis champ Arthur Ashn is llu; · guost. · O WELCOME BACK, KOTTER . 'Kotter and his swoatliogs put on n 1 telethon lo raise monoy in ,in attempt lo save their class from chrnmalton ,{Jue lo school budno: cuts CD NEWS CD THE WALTONS - M a r y Ellen and Grandma Have n difference of opinion which is making lile ·; very difficult lor Olivia (I In.) CD YOUNG VS OLD -WALTON FAMILY RIFT Advertisement starring Glcnda Jackson (in Oscar- winning role) as a sophisticated fashion designer, a divorcee, who has nn aflair with a married man. George Segal also stars. (2 hrs.) O THE WAY IT WAS The 1957-58 NBA World Champion- Ship Series between the Hawks and Celtics is recalled. O Tonight 1957 and 1958 NBA Championship "THE WAY IT WAS" Mobil Oil Corporation Advertisement O OLYMPICS Today's events include men's 1000 m. speed skating, ice hockey, worn- en's 4*5 km. cross country relay. (90 mins.) Of MOVIE "Hook, Line and Sinker," 1969 comedy with Jerry Lewis. Peter Lawford and Anne Francis. (2 hrs.) CD HAWAII FIVE-O A pretly but ruthless lemale Japanese terrorist enlists Ihe aid of two gullible American scientists to kidnap the son of Japan's biggest industrialist. Suesie Elene guests. (1 hr.) 8:30 P.M. O LOWELL THOMAS REMEMBERS The year 1931 is recalled. 9:00 P.M. O HOLLYWOOD TV THEATER "Nourish Ihe Beast." Steve Tesich's whimsical comedy, revolves around an eccentric family of engaging optimists, including a mother and her lourth husband, who tlioughtlully advertises for his successor. John Randolph and Eileen Brennan head the cast. (90 mins.) CD BARNABY JONES Betty becomes personally involved in a murder Barnaby is investigating when Ihechiel suspccl turns out to be a man she was once in love wilh. John Carter, Gary Collins and Diana Hyland guest. (1 hr.) CD Buddy Ebsen Makes Barnaby Jones Move Advertisement 9:30 P.M. O COMEDY SPECIAL Inside Almosi Anylhing Goes" lakes a behind-lhe-srenes look at ABC's new comedy series and previews upcoming Eastern Regional Finals. 10:00 P.M. § O CD NEWS BURNS AND ALLEN 10:30 P.M. O TONIGHT SHOW Natalie Cole and Dr. Michael Fox aro scheduled lo visit. (90 mins.) 0 REALIDADES A look at abuses in )he Wast Const garment industry. O MANNIX Mannix sets oul to Irap an altorhey suspected of fining a /clrow private eye. Jason Evers and Robert Reer! guest. {I hr.) CD THE UNTOUCHABLES CD MOVIE ' Hornets Nest." 1970 World War II drama set in Italy, stars Rock Hudson and Syfva Koscina. 11.-30 P.M. O LONGSTREET; NEWS Longstreot investigates i fatal hospital fire lor which a nurse may tie responsible. Brooke Gundy nucsts. (D BONANZA 12 MIDNIGHT O TOMORROW; NEWS Folksingor Harry Chapin is Hie guest. 12:30 A.M. (D PERRY MASON Friday Morning 5:20 A.M. CD FARM AND RANCH CD PRICE IS RIGHT 8:30 A.M. O LUCY SHOW 9:00 A.M. O WHEEL OF FORTUNE O EDGE OF NIGHT .Guests are L. C. Merrill ol Ihe local Office of Immigration of Ihe U.S. and Margo Cowan, director of Iho Manzo Area Council. 9:30 A.M. 8 HOLLYWOOD SQUARES CHIQUITINES O HAPPY DAYS © LOVE OF LIFE 10:00 A.M. O MAGNIFICENT MARBLE MACHINE § SESAME STREET LET'S MAKE A DEAL VOUNG AND RESTLESS 10:30 A.M. O TAKE MY ADVICE Lee Grant and Joseph Feury; Tita and Sammy Cahn are Ihe guests. O ALL MY CHILDREN © SEARCH FOR TOMORROW 11:00 A.M. O CELEBRITY SWEEPSTAKES 0 ELECTRIC COMPANY 0 RYAN'S HOPE O LAW AND MR. JONES tD NEWS 11:30 A.M. g HIGH ROLLERS VILLA ALEGRE 0 RHYME AND REASON OJNEWS D AS THE WORLD TURNS 7:30 P.M. .'.'OGRAOV " Grady comes lo grips with iho government when the Social Security Administration owes him several checks and Haland Ellie owe Ihn tnS O EVENING WITH AGRONSKY O BARNEY MILLER Chano and Detoclivo Janice Wenl- worlh (Linda Lavin) are assigned lo cover a block party for n union leader, arousinn Wojo's joalousy. D SCHOOL NEWS 8:00 P.M. O MOVIE ""·A Touch ol Class, 1973 comedy ' 5:30 A.M. CD SUNRISE SEMESTER "Reading and tho Individual." 5:50 A.M. O REPORTAJE DE I40TICIAS 6:00 A.M. O TODAY SHOW Bicentennial program focusing on the slate ol Tennessee. (2 hrs ) CD CBS MORNING NEWS 6:30 A.M. 0 NOT FOR WOMEN ONLY 7:00 A.M. § GOOD MORNING. AMERICA CAPTAIN KANGAROO Children's program. (I hr.) 8:00 A.M. O DATING GAME Information in these list-, ings is provided by the television networks and local stations. This newspaper assumes no responsibility for errors caused by late changes in scheduling. The Marketplace Friday Afternoon 12 NOON O MARY HARTMAN O MISTER ROGERS O $20,000 PYRAMID CQ 700 CLUB 12:30 P.M. O THE DOCTORS O CONSUMER SURVIVAL KIT O THE NEIGHBORS CD GUIDING LIGHT 1:00 P.M. O ANOTHER WORLD g ADAMS CHRONICLES GENERAL HOSPITAL CD ALL IN THE FAMILY 1:30 P.M. O ONE LIFE TO LIVE G) THE BIBLE CD MATCH GAME 2:00 P.M. 8 SOMERSET MOVIE "Norlh lo Alaska," I960 adventure wilh lonnuo-in-cheek approach, slnrs John Wayne. Stewart Granger. Ernie Kovftcs. Fabian, Capucine and Mickey Sliaughnessy. Graham Korr lol- lows with cooking tips. (2 hrs.) O FATHER KNOWS BEST CD TATTLE TALES 2:30 P.M. O DAYS OF OUR LIVES O ROOM 222 CD IRONSIDE 3:00 P.M. O LASSIE 3:30 P.M. 8 MERV GRIFFIN SHOW I LOVE LUCY CD DINAH 4:00 P.M. O MISTER ROGERS Q SGT. BILKO © LITTLE RASCALS 4:30 P.M. O SESAME STREET O ABC NEWS © ADDAMS FAMILY 5:00 P.M. O O CD NEWS GJ BEWITCHED 5:30 P.M. O NBC NEWS O ELECTRIC COMPANY O HOGAN'S HEROES GJ PARTRIDGE FAMILY CD CBS NEWS to prices are also better than usual, so this is a good week to serve tossed salads with those pinto beans. (Cornbread or com tortillas will complete the bean protein). There are still good buys on citrus. Rhubarb and asparagus are more plentiful now, but the latter is still high-priced. Save-Co has the only peaches and strawberries of stores surveyed; they're scarce and high- priced. Fry's has watermelons, also high. ' APPLES -- Safeway has good buys on large Red and Golden Delicious apples -- 22 cents a pound -- and on Mctntosh and Rome apples -- 35 cents a pound. Save-Co has the best price of stores surveyed on Pippins -- 29 cents a pound. ASPARAGUS ranges from 69 cents to $1.29 a pound. It's good quality and least expensive at Save-Co and Fed Mart. BANANAS are 17 to 25 cents a pound, lowest at K-Mart, followed by 19 cents at Lucky, Save-Co, Fed Mart, Fry's and Globe. BEANS -- Pinto beans are 17 cents a pound at Globe, 19 cents at Lucky, Save-Co and Low Cost, 20 cents at El Grande. Green beans are high; the best price at stores surveyed is 59 cents a pound at Lucky, Globe and K-Mart. BERRIES -- Save-Co still has strawberries, 89 cents a pint basket. BROCCOLI is 39 cents a pound at Lucky, Low Cost and Save-Co. BRUSSELS SPROUTS are 29 cents a pound at Lucky and Safeway. CABBAGE -- The green variety is ft cents a pound at Lucky, 10 cents at Fed Mart and Save-Co. CARROTS are 9 cents a pound at E-Z Save, 10 cents at K- Mart, El Grande, Food Giant, Lucky and Low Cost. CHILIES -- Anaheim, jalapenos and caribes are all lowest at Low Cost, 49 cents a pound. EGGPLANT -- Medium to large eggplants are 25 cents a pound at Lucky. GRAPEFRUIT -- Eight-pound bags of the white and pink variety are 69 cents at Save-Co and Fed Mart. GRAPES -- Red grapes are 39 cents a pound at Lucky and Low Cost. LETTUCE -- Medium-to-large heads of iceberg lettuce are 15 cents each at Fry's, 20 cents at El Grande, 25 to 35 cents at other stores surveyed. MELONS -- Globe has watermelons, 13 cents a pound. ONIONS -- Globe has a good buy on yellow onions, 15 cents a pound. They're 17 cents at Low Cost, 18 cents at Safeway. White onions are 28 cents a pound at Lucky, 29 cents at Save- Co. ORANGES -- Juice oranges are 10 cents a pound at Fry's. Navel oranges are 14 cents a pound at El Grande, 15 cents at Fry's and El Rancho. PEACHES -- Elbertas are 98 cents a pound at Save-Co, unavailable at other stores surveyed. PEAS in the pod are 39 cents a pound at Lucky. PEARS -- D'Anjous are 25 cents a pound at Food Giant. PINEAPPLES are 59 cents to about $1.50 each, with the lowest price at Safeway. (Beware those marked 49 cents a pound; they're heavy!) POTATOES -- Ten-pound bagged russets are 79 cents at K- Mart, Globe, Fed Mart, Save-Co, Lucky and Food Giant. RHUBARB, 39 to 69 cents a pound, is lowest at Safeway. SPINACH -- Lucky has some for 12 cents a bunch. SQUASH -- Banana squash is 11 cents a pound at Safeway, 12 cents at Lucky. Butternut is 17 cents a pound at Lucky. Zucchini is 29 cents a pound at Save-Co, Safeway, Fed Mart and K-Mart. Acorn squash is 33 cents a pound at Globe. Yellow and summer squash are 39 cents a pound at Save-Co. TANGERINES are 19 cents a pound at Globe, 20 cents at Safeway and Food Giant. TOMATOES -- Small tomatoes are 15 cents a pound at Fry's, 19 cents at E-Z Save and Bayless, 20 cents at Globe and El Grande. Large tomatoes are 34 cents a pound at Safeway. Cherry tomatoes show a large price range of 25 to 69 cents for a pint basket; they're lowest at Lucky, followed by 29 cents at Safeway. TURNIPS are 12 cents a pound at Low Cost. This weekly survey of Ihe local produce market is intended as a guide to the seasonal availability and quality of fruits and vegetables and to their general price ranges. The report is produced by checking selected supermarkets that are representative. Prices reported are not necessarily the bottom prices that might be found on some items somewhere in the Tucson area. [Radio Tucson Network Stations . KCEE (790) -- (NBC) Popular, standard and classical music. 24 hours. KHOS (940) -- (ABC Entertainment) --Modem country music. TA hours. KHYT (1330) -- (Mutual) Contemporary music. Sunrise to sunset daily. iriKX (580) -- (ABC Contemporary). Progressive Rock music. 24 hours. KOPO (1450) -- (CBS) Adult and pop music. Tuesday through Sunday, 24 hours; Monday, 5 a.m. to 12 midnight. KTKT (990) -- (DPI) Top 40 Music. 24 hours. KTUC (1400) -- (ABC Information) News and information programs. Tucson Daily Citizen News, 10 times daily. 20 hours. KUAT (1550) -- (NPR) Educational, cultural and public affairs programs; jazz and classical music. Sunrise to sunset. KUAT-FM (90.5) -- (NPR). Classical music, news and public affairs. 6a.m. to midnight. 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