Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 43
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PAGE' 46 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 Ml? JOlE SAVES YOU DOUGH AT BEST SUPERMARKET!" "MR JOE SAVES YOU DOUGH AT BES1 DOLLAR DAYS SPECIALS Ad prices Effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday DELICIOUS FRIED FLAVOR-STEAK BEEF STEAK *i M * C SANDWIC FLAVOR STEAK FROZEN BEEFSTEAKS" 3 0 10 lor. SUPERMARKET 5555E. 5THST. t AT CRAYCROFT FIRTH w . STORE HOURS ' M · Monday Thru Saturday , Sunday... 10 A,M to 6 P.M. LIMIT RIGHTS R E S E R V E D Pure Cane Cock O 1 Walk Sliced 1! *1 or Rosedale Brand Halves #2'/2 Cans Cock O' Walk #303 Cans (Eastside La^er BEER [Tall 12-oz. Hot. ea. Sase 24, $ 2.39 Plus Deposit NOW YOU CAN ENJOY THE FINEST BEEF IN TUCSON Delictously Tender, Marvelous Flavor, CORN-FED BEEF ARMOUR'S STAR CHOICE EATING EASTERN BEEF \And i t ' s butcher-served to make your shopping more \pleasanl. Serve your family guests fhe finest BEEF. ISrade A Small Desert Brand CHIFFON TOILET · TISS! ZEE REGULAR PAPER Doz. 2-ro!l Pkgs. for T o / / Cans Tastewell Cut - 303 Cans GREEN BEANS K. Kist ASPARAGUS Tosfewell CORN Cock O' Walk a PEAS Mf. P a s s TOMATOES Cans ICHIFFON FACIAL 400 ct. · TISSUE 5 jUbby's - 1 6 Oz. Cans |. SPAGHETTI /· MEAT BALLS TE · Kern's - 46 oz. Cons TOMATO JUICE I O INabisco Premium Sa/fine I (b. Box JCH. CHOICE ^CHARCOAL 4* lb. bag for LAURA SCUDDER'S POTATO CHIPS JBLATZ PREMIUM 13 BEER Bonil 59 C bags for 3 ° *J R Plus Deposit CRACKERS Wyler's Noodle, Chicken Noodle Soups Armour Sfar Vienna SAUSAGE MHBHBOBH Hunt's Spiced PEACHES Tasfewe// APRICOTS f a s f e w e / / E/berfa PEACHES Tas/ewel/ O APPLESAUCE Armour's Star Potted Meats ^303 Cans SANITARY NAPKINS is. of 12 FOR ONLY Camels, Luckies, etc. AIAADITTTCSJ $ ICEuAlfB: 1 1 Ed Reg. Ctn. FROZEN FOOD SALE Frost Maid Frozen ·· VEGETABLES / JBirc/s Eye Cut |H| CORN S JBirds Eye Green f* LIMA BEANS 0 \Birds Eye Cut »· GR. BEANS Johnson's Giant I 49 can Only ^^^^1 Johnson UVBJubilee Wax or Glade Mist JTucson Fruits Fancy JU.S. = 1 Idaho, 63c Value SRUSSET POTATOES $ 10-LB. BAGS I Washington Red- I Winesap iAPPLES Choice Valencia ORANGES U.S. =f\ Large Red California Fresh Straw- 3 berries Vine Ripe California Tomatoes 7lbs. $ JArmour's Sfar ]Fomi/y Size Charcoal JJMOKED [Polish Sausage ARMOUR'S STAR PINBONE CHOICE EATING SIRLOIN STEAKS ARMOUR'S STAR CHOICE EATING FRESH PURE GROUND GROUND CHUCK ...Lb. ARMOUR'S STAR CHICKEN BREASTS NECKS AND BACKS LB. Armour's Star RUMP ROAST SWISS STEAK Extra Lean Bone/ess BEEF STEW Armour's Chunk LEAN PORK STEAK or PORK ROAST Calves Calves' ^fV LIVER Lb .B9 ARMOUR'S STAR LEGS THIGHS Assorted Lunch Meats Lb. ARIZONA MAID WIENERS CENTER SLICES CENTER SLICES W9 f\ HAM 79 n EXTRA LEAN HOMEMADE $ --Clllien Phol» ELKS AWARD WINDERS Recipients of scholarships and savings bond awards at the a n n u a l youth d i n n e r of Tucson lodge, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, show off t h e i r awards. Seated in center is the top winner, Helen Kavalec of Pueblo High School, who received a $600 state prize and $100 bond. Other winners (clockwise) included Warren W. Phelan, Catalina High, $100 bond; Flavia Rose Bateau, Pueblo, $100; George Z i m m e r m a n , Pueblo, $600 cash and $50 bond, and Frank Gonzales Gallego, Pueblo, $100 bond. Nearly 100 boys and girls from nine high schools were guests of the Elks at last night's d i n n e r . Little Rock Leading Nation In Count Of Strontium 90 WASHINGTON--UP)--Pub-' lie health service tabulations showed today that Little Rock, Ark., had the nation's highest level of radio-active strontium 90 in milk samples during the year ended last February. The Little Rock t o t a l was 11,242 micromicrocuries, based on the daily average level in one liter of milk. Close behind was New Orleans, with a 12-month total of 11,186 micromicrocuries. The Health Service says a total of 73,000 micromicro- curies a year, at an average rate of 200 a day, is con- CHILI HOT DOG SAUCE WITH MEAT Makes the Difference! sidered an acceptable health. risk. A micromicrocurie is one-millionth of one-millionth of a curie. A curie is the equivalent of the radioactivity produced by one gram of ·adium. A spokesman said New Orleans and Little Rock have ather consistently topped the Remainder of the nation in 12-month totals of strontium 90 content in milk. The totals for the year ended in January were 10,906 for Little Rock and 11,064 for New Orleans, and for the 12 months ended in December they were 10,661 for Little Rock and 10,854 for New Orleans. The spokesman said it is theorized that the higher levels in this area are the result of both natural variations and the amount of strontium 90 deposited on forage and soil, and the fact that dairy herds apparently graze on outside pasturage a greater proportion of the time than they do elsewhere. Wind patterns and rain patterns are credited with playing a part in the natural variations. The service's monthly re- HHflrelh Names Tucson Attorney PHOENIX --MP)-- Arizona Welfare Commissioner Fen Hildreth announced yesterday the appointment of Tucson attorney Frances Wallace as coordinator of the State Welfare Department's fraud and recovery division. She replaces Robert Kas- lensmith of Phoenix, who resigned March 1. OE SAVES YOU DOUGH AT BEST SUPERMARKET!" "MR JOE SAVES YOU DOUGH AH BEST SUP so good to make Chicken-Noodle Bake All the family will enjoy the familiar flavor and lender Jiphlnc.ss of American-style Gold Medal Noodles. Serve a Gold Medal nic.il tonight. 4 or. Gold Medal Noorilti 1 cnn condenicd crmm of chicken soup 1 cup milk 1 (5-oz.) can boned chicken, chapped, or '/, cup cooked chicken cup ihredded Cheddar r.lifne cup chopped plmlentO'jIiiffcd olivet t«»sp. ialt cup toitted, sllverid almonds {optional} Cook Gold Medal Noodles as package directs. Drain, In saucepan, blend together soup and milk. Add chicken and cheese and heat to boiling. Add olives, salt and noodles. Place in greased 114 quart casserole. Top with almonds, if desired. Bake in moderate oven (350T) for 30 minutes. Makes 4 servings. port also showed that the highest daily average reading in the nation during March for radioactive iodine 131 in milk was 20 micromicrocuries per liter in Denver. The next highest readings for March were 10 micromi- crocuries in Syracuse, N. Y.| San J u a n , P. R.; Jackson, Miss.; Charleston, S. C.; Grand Rapids, Mich.; Minot, N. D.; Little Rock and New Orleans; Salt Lake City, Utah, and Las Vegas, Nev. Robeson. Ill, Hopes For Comeback LONDON--#)--Singer Paul Robeson, who has been seriously ill in a London nursing home, hopes to make a comeback with recordings next September, his British agent said today. "There w i l l he no more ·10-day concert tours like in the old days," said Harold Davidson. "At 65, he is semi- retired. And he has been a very sick man who must take things more easily." Davidson did not say what Robeson had been s u f f e r i n g from, but hinted that nervous strain might have had something to do with it. At a f i f t h floor apartment i n London's C o n n a u g h t Square, near Marble Arch, Mrs. Robeson said he was away with friends in the English midlands. She did not expect him home for several weeks. Davidson said: "He is leading the life of an English c o u n t r y gentleman while he recuperates. But he hopes to work again in September." Once an American football hero (All-America, Rutgers, 1918), Robeson was accused by the House Committee on Un-American Activities in 1947 of supporting Communist front organizations. He is a holder of a Stalin Peace Prize. He is a native of Princeton, N..I. Tcnipc Man Heads Knights Of Pylhias A. B. Fairhurst of Tempe is new grand chancellor of the Grand Lodge Knights of Pythias. Other new officers include Irving Fierson of Tucson, grand inner guard. Fierson is a member of Tucson Lodge No. 9, Knights of Pythias. Driver Sentenced Rafael Scroggins, 21, of 348 E. 22nd St., pleaded guilty in City Court yesterday, to a charge of drunken driving. He was fined $100 and ordered to serve a 10-day jail term.

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