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ARIZONA TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, JUNE 22 r IM 2, ffiz3s S* CENTRAnjk I Store Hots 10 A»M» to 8 P.M. HH II PRICES ~ Thurs.-Wed. I ll EFFECTIVE / MATJ June 21-June 27 | ■ I T-BONE STEAK SIRLOIN STEAM I Fresh Tender Steer Beef Tender Fresh Steer Beef I I BISCUIT MIX CANTALOUPES I I Fisher's - 40 02. Package Sweet Luscious Arizona Melons I I SHORTENING GRAPE DRINK I I Armour's Vegetol - 3 lb. cans Welchade, Frozen 6 oz. cans I JMH| ’ •- . MM r glim I I BUTTER PEAR HALVES I I Arizona Seal Brand Cock o’ the Walk N 0.2 1/2 cans I H ■ 11 JH BKKSP , HBf P.8 ELKS CORNER I > ? '" On June 14, District dlputy Maple Pratt motored to Flag staff for election of officers. Dtrs. Blackshear, McElroy and Lillie Mae Hall accompanied her. New Dt. Rlr. for Twin Peaks Temple is Geneva Coleman. ******* July 6—regular Temple meet ing. June 15—Grand Canyon Temple initiated the following new mem bers : Nina Burton, Marva Evans, | Ara Vivian Hereford, Helen Cheers, Ruby Mooris, Queen Esther Sublett, Cinderella Weaver. ******* Mr. Elbert Clark is ill in Mar-, icopa County Hospital. Mr. Clark ! is a brother 1 of Dtr. Maggie Sells j and Bro. F. L. Clark. Dtr. Alice Wheeler is making plans for a trip to the World's Fair at Seattle. Bro. Edward Hightower is ill in St. Joseph’s Hospital. Dtr. Pearl Watson of 909 Fre mont St., Tucson, passed Mon day. Mrs. Watson was a Past Grand Dt. Rlr, Grand Organizer of the Shrine Club in Tucson and also a Past Dt. Rlr of Pilgrim Rest Temple. MR. BROWN JOINS RUDOLPH AUTO SALES FORCE Lloyd Brown, 46415. 17th Place has been appointed special sales representative for Rudolph Chev rolet, 400 East Adams, Phoenix, it was announced by Lou Grubb, general manager. "We are very proud to have such a high calibre man as Brown to represent this 53-year old dealership,” Grubb said. ”We feel certain that he will serve the public in die same fine tra ditions of service that Rudolph Chevrolet has always strived to maintain.” A teacher of the fifth grade , at Palmdale school in South Phoe nix during the past two years. Brown earned his B.A. and M.A. degrees at Kansas State Teachers College and has attended San Diego State College and Arizona State University at Tempe. Brown will represent all de partments of the dealership, new passenger cars, trucks and used, cars. He will continue his teach ing duties in the fall. BOXING BANNED IN FLORIDA CITY FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. Professional boxing was banned Tuesday on all city property as a result of a Fort Lauderdale commissioner's campaign begun with the death last March of Benny (Kid) Paret. Wrestling was not included in the ban. Commissioner William Mason began a campaign against boxing the day Pa ret's body was returned to Miami for burial. The Cuban fighter died after his welter weight title bout in New York City with Emile Griffith. Mason said, "Prize fighting does little, if anything, for the culture of a city. "Boxing has turned into a grue some exhibition where two men are intent only on beating out each other’s brains.” Fort Lauderdale, about 20 miles north of Miami, has 100;000 residents.