Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 42
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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, f?6S T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PASE 45 BUSINESS NEWS 8 Independent Agents Here Win National Recognition Eight Tucson insurance representatives have been accepted into the 1963 Million Dollar Round Table of the National Association of Life Underwriters. All must have sold at least $1 million of life insurance in 1962 or else have met the special requirements for life membership by their milllon- dollnr-a-year sales In prior years. The men are John A. Bellows Jr. of Northwestern Mutual Life; William T. Black, State Mutual Life; Cornelius A. Chavez, Mutual Benefit Life; Randall W. Ewing, Col- award, lege Life; Kenneth C. Fitch and Jack J. Klelne, both of New York Life; and John R. Stllb and Carlos G. Touchc, both of National Life of Vermont. Million Dollar Round Table members meet annually for educational sessions. Copies of annual meeting proceedings publications are distributed to more than 200 U.S. and Canadian colleges and universities, as well as to the entire Round Table membership. The association also sponsors surveys and studies of life insurance industry problems and developments. APRIL BANK DEBITS UP 10.7 PER CENT Bank debits for the Tucson area during April totaled $332,593,036, a jump of 10.7 per cent over the $297,130,679 recorded for the same month last year. Leo Beese, manager of the Tucson Clearing House Association, said that debits for April 1953 amounted to only $11,291,178. OCCIDENTAL LIFE PRESIDENT TO VISIT M. F. Browne, president of Occidental Life Insurance Co. of North Carolina, will be in Tucson tomorrow to visit the local agency at 3620 E. Speedway Blvd., William Maxson, manager, announced today. Maxson said Browne also will investigate possibilities of future expansion and investments in the Tucson area. BURKIN TO MANAGE ANDRADA PROJECT Leonard H. Burkin, a Tuc- sonian since 1960, has been appointed project manager for the Andrada Ranch Estates, Boyd Prior, a vice president of Horizon Land Corp., announced today. Burkin formerly operated the Burkin Realty Co. in Hartsdaie, N.Y., and was in the real estate business in Tucson before joining the Hidden Valley Investment Co., Inc., 8150 E. Rockgate Road. The ranch estates are 17 miles southeast of Tucson. JAMES MOTORS' BUCK HONORED Charles H. Buck Jr., salesman for James Motors, Inc., Volkswagen agency in Tucson, has received a gold pin and silver plaque for outstanding sales achievements during 1962. Buck was one of five salesmen in Southern California, Arizona and southern Nevada to receive the MESA, TUCSON C OF C TO MEET The Mesa Chamber of Commerce will meet with Tucson Chamber members for lunch in Tucson May 17 to discuss industrial development, tour 1st and convention promotion Leading the Mesa group will be Wayne Legg, president of the Mesa Chamber. 26 CASAS ADOBES HOME SITES SOLD Casas Adobes Country Club Estates, which adjoins th new Tucson National Gol Course northwest of Tucson, as sold more than $400,000 vorth of home sites, Sam Na- ilni, developer, said today. Nanini added that 26 home ites have been sold --11 to 'ucsonians and 15 to winter isitors. The golf course is being developed by Nanini's son, Wiliam, who is a Tucson and Chicago resident. "George couldn't live without his Lindsay Olives." Look for Lindsay, the world's finest Ripe Olives i Nogales Cities Set For Fiesta NOGALES--(/P--The twin cities of Nogales are set for the annual Cinco de Mayo celebration which will feature a Sunday parade, fireworks and a bullfight. As a gesture of good will to Mexico, U.S. Immigration is allowing an "open border." Citizens of Mexico will be able to visit Nogales, Ariz., without documents for the four day celebration. The move is a bonanza for Arizona commercial firms. Coronation of Queen Veneranda Choaza, 17, of Nogales, Sonora, is scheduled Saturday night with a program at the border. A special platform has been constructed, and a two-hour long entertainment program is planned. The Fiestas de Mayo is Nogales' biggest civic event of the year. Winy is Borden's the milk for children? '/A ·I!, ,- jf. 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Every last sip tastes so gcod that children, the best judges of milk flavor, often ask for another glass. Russet IMPORTED SCOTCH WHISKEY Potatoes Reg. 5.95 F i f t h Columbos Cheese Reg. 79c PIZZA 15-oz. pkg. WE RESERVE LIMIT RIGHTS * 60S N. GRRNDE AVE STORE HOURS ,' Wcekdoy.s 9:00 .to 9 00 10:00 D O U B L E C O U P O N S E V E R Y T U E S D A Y

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