The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania on August 11, 1960 · Page 37
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The Pocono Record from Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania · Page 37

Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania
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Thursday, August 11, 1960
Page 37
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Thè Daily TUeoH, Th« Stmn dubtirsr*, F*—Thmm., Aug. 11, I960 Best Drivers In Britain Are \\ omen MINIMI* ( AP> - TV foUnwto*E informs♦ ion may rome as a shock to half the population: A Brld»h Insurance company survey has shown women are safer drivers than mm. The company announced ws**r day it is cutting Ilshflity premiums for women drivers M) per rent. Announcing this (tension, tomir a nee broker Herbert Sheppard, a man, stated "Women have fewer aendents than mm and make fewer claims. They are lets tot rimed to take ehances, they drive more slowly and are leas likely to drink intoxicants during s Journey.” And he said women have leas difficulty than men tot obtaining witnesses after an accident. Sheppard said hi* firm reached thr«n* corw lusion* after a survey of driving records and accident claims. By comparison, he said, "men may have things on their minds which will detract from thesr driving concentration.” But a male official of Bniain'i Automobile Assn. commented: "There are good and had women drivers, but fewer of them on the 'road at any w time—that is why j the chance of thesr being involved tot claims is less. * Exotie Dancer Must Pay For Snake PWn All*« fflU < AFt—Magtoi Irate Ra’ph M Derm* mid yester day he couktn t let exotic dancer Zolita wiggle out of an unpaid balance for a snake Henry Zahie, president of a pet shop firm, toid Dennis the 26-year- otd performer and her manager Car! Weisgerher 29 had paid S10f> for a ho# constrictor and still owed *24». Weiagerber said the snake was sick and he asked Zolita to show' the court what a healthy snake looked like. She reached toko a wicker basket and produced a 10l-»-foot long red tailed boa OBCI- stnctor she uses rn her act. Pmdocee ( erttftrole Then Weisgerher produced a certificate from a veterinarian, saying the snake Zahie sold them died last February of mouth rot, Zable told Demi« he doe«i t guarantee boa constrictor makes he sella or supple life insurance policies with them. Perm« told Znltta to put the healthy snake hark in the basket and then «old Weisgerher So pay Zable the $34.95 and the onart S&* coats. Alaskantr Cast V ole« For New (Capital Site JT’KEAlr’, Alaska <AP>~An estimated 35 000 Aiaakan voters sprinkled over an area one-fifth the size of the contiguous United State«, voted yeeterday on one of the most emotional toeues rver to fane them. On their primary ballot was an initiative calling for relocation of the capital from Juneau to a yet-to-he-selected site in the area dominated bv Alaska » largest city. Anchorage. Under the term* of the uutia- ttva. Gov. William E. Egan wmiki he empowered to name a five-man committee to select a capital site. The capital would be moved by Jan 1, 1965. Also on the ballot were nomination racks for Sen. E. L* Bartlett’s seat In the US. Senate and for Rep. Ralph J. Rivers’ seat in the House. Both are Democrat.*. Bartlett wax unop{«sed for his party's nomination. Law-- rence Brayton. a Fairbanks surveyor, and Lee L. McKinley, a Palmer dentist, sought the Republican nomination. River* faced David N. Boyer, a Kenai hotel owner, on the Democratic side. On I he Re* publican side it was William C. Haugard. a Sitka lawyer; R. L. Rettig an Anchorage accountant; and Jack Ryan, a Fairbanks newspaperman. Proponents of the capital Initiative claimed that Juneau, In the southeast panhandle, was too far removed from the center of state population. They also claimed that weather frequently choked off transportation hi and out of the capital. U. S. Will Launch ‘10-Story’ Sphere OAPTC CANAVERAL* Fla. (API— The United State« triad yesterday to launch a mam moth balloon <r*i\muni»oat1om nMbeiait*, fail « 10-atory bufld- \im, fcnto orWt 1.444 miles above the earth. The lOCWtamt balloon. mlmd Brho I, i* designM to determine the feasibility of using several satellites as relay stations for t ransmissoon csf radio, television and telephone cnmnwmoaitlor». The great, spfhera, weighing only 137.4, pounds, wiB ha carried alotft tot cot&apaad form in the none of a Thor-DeMa rocket Ef it Inflates in jj»aoe and aahaeve* orbdt, ground gtatftoai will try to bounce signal« and voice messages off Ms highly pdnfaod surface. ï'é . QUALITY FOODS MAMMOTH CARLOAD AIL mm Mis WmZ¿£‘ n j , 'ss&c z«X • s 3 9 W w mwwm* ■J, FORT Hem r FABULOUS MIX or MATCH OFFER! PEAS CORN TASTY KING OR HONEY POD CREAM STYL* OR WHOLE KERNEL If You insist on Quality. You'll Choose "Fort'' Prod^ fig V" 1 Route «11. One Mile North Of Stroudsburg Open Tue«. A Thu«-«. NHe* «■ • Friday Nlte t*> 10 P.M. rrn l"fc mmmm X* • PED Bonus TV Stamps FABULOUS MIX or MATCH OFFER! 100 BONUS TOP VALUE STAMPS APPLESAUCE 5 Boms TV-Stamps with Each Fort Horn FABULOUS MIX or MATCH OFFER! FREE IHî-trr: : tt£1- Ttit. tix zzz ^ m ::i: itti iCtt PEACHES CATSUP YELLOW CLING HALVES OR SLICES No. 303 Can* Fancy 14-Oz. Battle WITH $5.00 PURCHASE OR OVER YOUR FRIENDLY S-IANT MARKET I* OUTS èli, ONE MILE NO. OF STROUDSBURG THRU WED VEND A Y, AUGUST 17th UMIT ONE COLTON PER CUSTOMER Top Valu« Stamps CUT, WAX OR GREEN No. 303 Can« BEANS 5 Bonus TV*Slamps with Each Fort Ifem $ to FOR mm FABULOUS MIX or MATCH OFFER! No. 303 Con BARTLETT PEARS TOMATOES FRUIT COCKTAIL STUFFED OLIVES 5 BOWS TV-STAMPS WITH EACH FOB! ITEM (SWEET or UNSWT.) 46-Oz. Con SOLID PACK No. 303 Con No. 303 Con 4 W-Oz. Jor FOR ORANGE JUICE BARTLETT PEARS STRAWBERRY PRESERVES PINEAPPLE PRESERVES 5 BOBUS TV-STAMPS WITH EACH FOOT ITEM ' No. V/i Con 12-Oz. Jor 12-Ox. Jar CHICKENS Roasting Chickens I Cut-Up Fryers FRESH DRESSED FRYERS OR BROILERS lb. Chicken Quarters I 3i lbs. and up lb. C I , , BREASTS ,*3• FLAV O-RITI LONG BOLOGNA Lb. Pkg. B 9 c FLAV-O-RITE SKINLESS FRANKS .......................Lb. 49 e MILK FED **tor LEG RUMP VEAL > 49 VEAL CHOPS’Tf 49» X79* Vt"83* • FRESH MADE VEAL PATTIES zs*-«“ 59c •CUBE VEAL STEAK.......~e-~*99e SEA FOODS SEEDLESS HUFES SHRIMP TEXAS GOLDEN BROWN MEDIUM SIZE Lk. 63c • FANCY LOBSTER TAILS 4to« 01 . Art. Lb. $1.29 • LONG ISLAND CLAMS____________.5 Do*. 98« LARGE white CLUSTERS U.S. NO. 1 FREESTONE PEACHES 4 1** ?C,to to#4*#V 2 bs. 25 TENDER, CRISP HOME GROWN PASCAL CELERY CABBAGE 2-19' SOLIO HEAD Lb. 4« , Blueberry Pie E° 49c I «Assorted Breakfast Buns . . . 6 for 29c 1 «Chocolate or Vanilla Layer Cake . . ea. 43c ê P \ 1 Hens Pride Fresh Eggs °" 57« • GOLDEN MAID MARGARINE ------------- » Lb, 29 c • CLEARFIELD CHEE-ZEE------------------------L“ 79 c • BORDEN'S WHITE AMERICAN CHEESE ... i*. 49 e L-, msm as a-------- I 1 Donald Duck Orange Juice 4^ 59« • EVERFRESH FR. FRIED POTATOES ____ 3 ?£', 35 e • STOKELY GRAPE JUICE ______________ 4 59 c • DESERT SWEET LEMONADE__________ 6 49 e • SUNKIST PUNCH ah n.vor. __________ 2 fJJ; 35 e boHMil..ÜÜW 4 RIVER RICE LB. PKG. 2 LB. PKG. 17* 33* MAN’S I POTATO CHIPS 'Si 59« BAR-B-QUE | TIN. P1,te* 8-IN. 49« 49« < ■ m ■ M SUNSHINE lk Aa krispy rL^. ?7c CRACKERS fcB V KEEBLER IK CLUB PLi, 3 /C CRACKERS W,¥ Mrs. Filbert's MARGARINE SOLIDS QUARTERS 2b*45c 2" 49c APPETIZERS --------------------------------REAL KOSHER—FAMOUS "999" BRAND > \ MIDGET SIZE SALAMI, BOLOGNA, GRIDDLE FRANKS S > YOUR CHOICE ib. 79C < !; BABY WHITE FISH ______________.... Lb. 59 c { LESTOIL PT. QT, Va GAL. 37 e 65 c * 1.09 ( 14 « OF«) LESTAIRE 10 OZ. 49 « MUELLER'S NOODLES F1NE 12 0 z. 2 V MED“ M WIDE SWIFT'S PREM '£■ 43* BLUE WHITE -- 25‘ WOODBURY I SOAP 4 S, 33' i (lc SALE) Limagrands O N°r 303 OOC j O h Cans 8 OZ. CAN 10c KRAFT OIL PT QT. 29* 55* P and R NOODLES FINE, WIDE, Lb. MEDIUM, fk- „4,40 EXTRA WIDE SURF LGE. GIANT 37e 85* BREEZE (I) 7V UNIT LIQUID STARCH ^ Air BEECH-NUT CEREAL ASSORTED 8-Oz. 18° BON AMI CLEANSER 2 Con* 31« Chicken the Sea ( Cocoa Marsh S0LSt^T?,^FAT X CHOCOLATE SYRUP TUNA FISH * l*>-07 22-OZ ■“r 39* i 35' 59' i GERBER'S BABY FOODS STRAINED JUNIOR 10'•"99« 6 J*"89« LUX FLAKES l9. 34 « LIFEBUOY SOAP 2 ft 23* LIFEBUOY SOAP 4% Both A Siie w 1 f C RINSO BLUE G;r ao « Off to# w LUX SOAP 3 ft 29° LUX SOAP 2 - 29° SPRY i Lb. Can 3 Lb. Can Í 30* 81° j SILVER DUST Large King 35 « *1-41

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