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--AP Wirephoto STEWARDESSES ON ROYAL FLIGHT Veteran British Overseas Airways stewardesses Velma Brown (left) and Faith Sisman (right) took on the most important job of their lives today -- serving Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip on the flight from London to Ottawa. The two are pictured at London Airport Wednesday, the day they were told of their assignments. i Pholo ALYCE RUTH QUEZADA ... Armando F. Moyza Shinkel-McDowell Vows Repeated Quezada- Moyza Troth Mr. and Mrs. Chris G. Quezada, 1326 S. 5th Ave., announce the engagement of their daughter Alyce Ruth to Armando F. Moyza of San Jose, Calif. He is the son of Florencio Moyza and the late Mrs. Moyza. The couple's wedding will be at 9 a.m. Nov. 16 at Santa Cruz Church. Miss Quczada is a graduate of Salpointc High School and is employed by Southern Arizona Bank Trust Co. The future bridegroom is a graduate of Tucson High School. Newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Shinkel Jr. are now at home at 3813 E. 32nd St. The couple was married Sept. 21 at Sacred Heart Church. The bride is the former Claudia Ann McDowell. I The bride's attendants were | Tammara Ann Young, maid of honor, and Carmine Cavaliere and Gamier La Rue, bridesmaids. They wore dresses of blue and pink net over taffeta with chiffon outlining the boat neckline and trailing down the dress back. Their matching bouquets were of carnations. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. McDowell, 450 E. Mohave Rd., was given in marriage by her father. Her gown was of white net over satin with pleated ruffles surrounding the skirt. Her short veil was held by a tiara of seed pearls. She carried three gardenias. The bridegroom's attendants were Eddie Soens, best man, and ushers Walter Bolton and Michael McDowell, brother of the bride. The bride's sister, Peggy, was flower girl and her brother Kenny was ring bearer. Before leaving on a honeymoon to Grand Canyon, the couple was honored at a breakfast at El Mcrcndero. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Alma McDowell, grandmother of the bride, and Mr.' and Mrs. Floyd Keith. The bride graduated from Salpointe High School as did the bridegroom. He is employed at Hughes Aircraft. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence F. Shinkel, 1162 N. Sonoita Ave. WEATHER MEG HAS NEW HAIRDO LONDON -- (.51 -- Princess Margaret got a new hair-do today. It's the wispy fringe look, with tiny curls cut casually over the forehead. First reaction in London newspapers t o n i g h t w a s thumbs down verdict. The female fashion expert in the Evening Standard said tersely: "A fringe is young and gay for a tiny or retrousse nose, but not for the girl whose nose is long or the most prominent feature in her face. I prefer the princess' previous style, with a smooth hairline swept back off the face." SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12, 1957 PAGE 26 Restocked WACs Rate Raves By JOHN ZIMMERMANN CAMP KISHINE, Japan-IP)A freshly-stacked Yokohama WAC detachment passed a critical "shape up" inspection today with both official and non-official "judges" agreed that all the curves were in the right places. Whether any of the WACs had followed their detachment commander's advice to use girdles and falsies if necessary to improve their figures was, naturally, a military secret. ' As far as the unofficial observers--a small army of eager newsmen and photographers- were concerned, it was- impossible to tell where nature left off ' and padding began. Tha official observers .were pleased, too. "They're a credit to the army," said It. Col. Frederick G. Ward, The well-upholstered post commander, who wore a brand-new green uniform for the occasion. Even Lt. Jeanne Wolcott, the detachment commander who issued the push-out, pull-in orders, grudgingly agreed after passing up and down the ranks of the WACS in their greyish-tan win- ter uniforms with the Peter Pan collars. "A few need a little more work," said the attractive, shapely ex-recruiting sergeant from Kent, Ohio. "But the girls look better." However, she said some of the girls would have to give nature an assist. "I send them to a doctor and he places them on a diet," she said. After the inspection, Lt. Wolcott explained the reasons for her "shape up" orders to newsmen. "Give me a man who is a man and a woman should.be a woman," she said, casting a critical eye on the reporters and photographers. "We are built differently," she said, and the press corps nodded agreement. "So WE have to go to extreme pains to .make our uniforms fit." She admitted it was'a touchy subject. She noted that she could not order any of the WACS to "get the necessary padding because they are not regulation issue." But observers agreed that regulation or not, Lt. Wolcott won her "battle.of the bulge." L'Armee* Conrad Wedding In an informal ceremony tonight at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church, lovely Nancy Jean Conrad and Ernest Carl L'Armee will repeat their wedding vows. ^ For her wedding Nancy Jean has chosen a floor length gown of hand-clipped lace over silk taffeta. A silk taffeta Peter Pan collar trimmed with sequins details the sculptured bodice. The gown is styled with a bouffant skirt. Her head piece, a miniature pillbox of fhantilly lace and pleated tulle, holds in place a fingertip silk iiiusion veil. The bridal bouquet is of white carnations. Attendants for the wedding are Cara Lou Smith as maid of honor and the bridegroom's sister Rose Ann De Madona and Carol Ann Hall, bridesmaids. Their ballerina length gowns of tissue paper taffeta are designed with fitted bodices, scoop necklines and bouffant skirts. Miss Smith's gown is emerald green. Bridesmaids' dresses are iridescent copper. Their bouquets are fashioned of rust and yellow pompons. Best man for the double ring rites is the bride's brother John Conrad. Albert Starr and Winton Hall are ushers. Guests will be received at the home of the bride's family following the ceremony. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Wesley Conrad, 909 E. Seneca St. Har grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Helm of Oshkosh, Wis., are here for the wedding. * --Uynn Sandcri Photo MRS. ERNEST L'ARMEE ... Nancy Jean Conrad The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dore De Madona, 125 W. Ajo Way, was educated in New York City schools and is now employed at Hughes Aircraft Co. He is a member of the U.S. naval reserve. His bride attended Tucson schools and is employed at Levy's. They will honeymoon in northern Arizona and after their return Oct. 20, will live at .1711 E. Speedway. 1:00 AJrt. EST Oct. 12", 1957 41 KIDS LOVE TO EAT OUT Vaughn's CENIML DRYV-IHN RESTAURANT It's fun to cat out. and kicis like our restaurant because they know they're welcome hero . . . and they like the food. Mom and Pop like the way the portions and thr: prices are tailored to voung appetites. (They tOO': ) l i k e the food, STONE AT SPEEDWAY Foroc--.*t for Turson and v l c t n l t Itichr's: temperature ycstrrdav Hiuhpst temperature y r a r ago Hlch record for date '1050) ... I^ow temperature yr.«'crday .. Low t e m p e r a t u r e ^ar airo ... I-ow record for (late fI54!M ... Mean leinnernture yesterday . Menn t e m p e r a t u r e year aau Normal t e m p e r a t u r e thin date H u m i d i t y !i:30 p m. yesterday H u m i d i t y 3:30 a.m. today . Sunrise . . fi;25 Surisel . NEW MOON Dofo'JVom U.S. WtATHtR BUREAU D«pt. of Comrmjrta ' . * HIGH 1 -mB^HBBW 30.45, YOUR STARS Temper of yr«» Am Average For Arec 70 Until Sunday Morning Low Dofa From U.S.' WEATHER BUREAU Dept. of Comm«rc« Sunday Morning j Show low Temperature* Ejrpvcted --AP Wirephoto Toronto TUCSON' Washington Wlrhltn Ymr.n. A r . / . Robert I.. Klnr. . charge. Tut son U. S. Weather C u r e a 1. S. WEATHER BUREAU FORECAST Widely scattered showers and thundcrshowcrs are forecast for tonight for the southern Plateau and western Texas. Light rain is promised for the Pacific Coast and generally mild weather is expected along th'e southern border states. SUNDAY,-OCT. 13, 1957 A R I E S (MAR, 21 TO APR. 19) Your senses and perceptive powers are so keen and vivid as to "the potential benefits possible that it is best you work diligently furthering your fine ideas. See all partners, come to best terms, enjoy yourself, TAURUS APR. 2C TO MAY 20) A day ia which you are very conscious of right paths leading to the attainment of your particular goals. Since yours is essentially a practical nature with the added gift of artistic touch, today's hours are ideal for you. G E M I N I ( M A Y 21 TO J U N E 21) A day for enjoyment 'and achievement. Be your best self and put in motion the original and constructive ideas for the betterment of all conditions about you. Tonight is fine for amusement, love interest. Have fun. C A N C E R ( J U N E 22 TO J U L Y 21) Don't repress your psychic poxvers today for you are in your most spiritual state and there will be a fine flow of intuitive ideas. Make a written outline of them, and in p.m. relax with friends at the piano or £H p a small dinner party. LEO ( J U L Y 22 TO A U G . 21) This is a wonderful day for you since anyone you contact, relatives^ friends, partners, acquaintances, all are in an outgiving mood arid much can be accomplished toward your futura success. Get busy on the'telephone! V I R G O ( A U G . 22 TO SEPT, 22) Be on the alert for an active day that will be full of meaning and replete with personalities of such interesting ideas and thoughts that you can, then streamline your life as you most wish it. Be wide-awake and think! LIBRA (SEPT. 23 TO OCT. 22) A good day for expressing your desires to others and realizing them. Also, open your mind to learn fundamentals and principles of living that have heretofore escaped you. A great idea will then hit you all at once. SCORPIO (OCT. 23 TO NOV. 21) Did you know that you are quite prophetic? "Get into thy closet" today for a little while and let the spirit within move you to great spiritual heights, and you get the ansv-'ers to most of your problems. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22 TO DEC. 21) A tailor-made day for you, since much socia^ life with all those whom you truly "love will result in the finest understanding and association for the future. Also, you will establish a firm philosophy for meny months to come. C A P R I C O R N (DEC. 22 TO J A N . 20) This day should be spent in analyzing the manner in. which you attend to all your activities, labors, the attitude- you have toward .fellow men, your devotion to family. See where to improve and do it quickly. Plan future time better. A Q U A R I U S (JAN. 21 TO FEB. 19) A wonderful day for expressing your real admiration and devotion to those who "are deserving.. It will automatically open up their responsive natures and you will have n glorious day which you richly deserve. FOR YOUR COPY o£ Carroll Rightar's individual 16-page Forecast for November send your birthdate and 50 cents in coin (no stamps) to CaYroll Hlghtcr Forecast, The Woman's View, Tucson Daily Citizen, Tucson. Arizona. PISCES (FEB. 20 TO M A R - 20) At last t here is the day you've awaited to* make the necessary improvements ·within, ytour home, also changes oE policy lor more soul-satisfying living. P.m. entertain and io very devoted to ties. TODAY'S CHILD The brilliant child bor= today has the faculty o£ accomplishing just about anything that he or she sets the mind to do. The intellect is such that comprehension Is easy and the hcnlthy body responds q u i c k l y to s t i m u l i , a rare combination for crc.nl success- Teach your property early to .finish every task that Is tackled, and the chan is splendid for the treat writer, orator, tycoon of tomorrow. MONDAY, OCT. 14, 1957 A R t E S ( M A R . 21 TO A P R . 19) It would be a Eood idea this morning to ect in touch with all those whom, you have any important dealings and state your «lmw. Ccmrnt relations property. Tonight is fine fnr harmony at home. T A U R U S (APR, 20 TO MAY 20) Make the morning count by stick- inc assiduously to matters pcrtain- inc to all financial and real cstatn Interests. Get your books in better order. See your banker, advisor. P.M. ect in' touch with partners, make report. G E M I N I ( M A Y 21 TO J U N E 21) Take lime out today for a lone look at your reflection in the mirror, thrn'tlaih out t» brmiVici.in. 1onr.orial parlor nnd have needed repairs made. Tonight there is an opportunity 1- Incirnsc your abundance considerably. C A N C E R ( J U N E 22 TO J U L Y 21) A f;ir better working formula ran and should be devised today. E i t h e r attend to it personally or w i t h the assistance of experts, but do il now. After lunch, cec thai you r.tato ftpr- ciflcaliy lo others your pUms and Ideas. LEO ( J U L Y 22 TO A U G . 21) A.M. Is f i n e becaurle n most i n t c l l l - trenl friend civcs you riwht answers how to make thn cornlnc months more lucrative find icrs tlrinj:. H a n d on to every word, then in P.M. r e t i r e to some nice, relaxing .^pot with loved one. V I R G O ( A U G . £2 TO SEPT. 22} Uo very practical this A.M. and contact a l l those who can nssisl you materially to pet ahead--preferably real experts in your field. Pay y o u r bills, too, ,-md in JV.M. have a meeting wiLn assoclfile-s and Atari zooming, L I B R A (SEPT. 23 TO OCT. 22) A.M. fine for j;cUfr.i: w o n d e r f u l irlrns a n d data from your ncwspnp*TS. cither media. Don't let a w o r t h w h i l e opportunity slip by you. Up wise and wide-awake. Then contact financial advisor u h o will back jou. S C O R P I O (OCT. 23 TO N O V . 21) Sre.-t only those perrons in advi.^rv work who arc th,c down-to-earth k i n d today, nnd they show you how in m a k e more money. «dcl to possrs- iions. Listen with both cars wldn upon to k n o w the true- nicajiinj; o£ advice Riven. P.M. relax. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22 TO DEC. £1) A clever fneml ttivc.i you many ;i worthwhile- point in the f i e l d of psychology ]n A.M. that w i l l assist you in dc-ilinff with others. Put I n t o use, set mony matters in order. Bo klnti to associate. C A P H 1 C O R N (CEC. 22 TO J A N . 20) Th L - only way m «ct the week «ol»;: properly U to put your nose to the Krlndstone and set all sort of sales, office, home or properly work low. After lunch is especially f r u i t f u l of Kood possibilities'. A Q U A R I U S ( J A N . 21 TO FEB. 19) All free time today should bo f.pcnl m puttinn your chnrmirtu appearance up where ;t belongs ami would ai- w.iyj* be, but for luck at lime. Ik- appreciative of others. P.M. cood icleas arc yours for m.-ikint; present jMisition. more lucrative, P I S C E S ( F E D . 20 TO M A R . 20) Sec that you Ret your house in fir.n r u n n i n p order.' rlow^i tier? in tfood frnrr.c of rnind before uoi.^u off lei husinc-ss tod-iy. A f t e r l u n c h ii f i n e for nrtlslic, finnnc'.i! or .serial ;ir- livily. Tonight, relax, p u t Mars in your cyi-s. KOtt YOUH COPY of Carroll KiKhter's I n d i v i d u a l IG-P,TKI rnjrt for November send your Wrthrtfttc nnrl V) rents In coin ( n o s^impM to C-irroU Ri^hlfr ForcrAst, Th» Woman's View. Tucson Daily Cni.rrn. TODAY'S CHILD The l i v t l v child Ixirn today v.-m bo a vcril;ible dynamo w i t h ;i fl:if s p i r i t u a l blond, and the r.irly .\t-.irs nro ."pent armvrrir.i; y o u r progeny's reemlnk'lv i n e x h a u s t i b l e f u n d of tjur?:- tion.c. With your co-operation he or yh** m.iT aiwwrr thr STrl.W) tiurs- tlon and then be in a position to follow thr l;itrr i n r u n n t i o n mwAr'l.i .1 business rareer. SIT Mia I f m r ryl- \r~i-r oriurvnion IT c s v r n A wonrlcr- t ; i c h a r t ' .i 1 "O7 for thr T i l i / f H --AP Wirephoto MARLON BRANDO AND HIS BRIDE Actor Marlon Brando, 33, and Anna Kashfi, 23-year-old actress, are shown just before they were married yesterday at the home of Brando's aunt SURPRISE! Marlon Brando Weds % Lovely Indian Actress By JAMES BACON HOLLYWOOD--TO-An exotic Indian actress honeymooned today with Marlon Brando after an east-west wedding that almost followed the script of the actor's latest movie. Anna Kashfi, a 23-year-old beauty, thus became the envy of much of the world's feminine population as she snared Hollywood's most eligible and sought- after bachelor. It also was the first marriage for the actress, whose home in Darjceling, India, is at the foot of Mt. Everest and the rest of the massive Himalayas. '*Q Brando, 33, first mot his bride when she came over here in 11)55 to portray a Korean schoolteacher in Hie movie "Battle Hymn." The two dated occasionally but became serious only within the last six months. The secretive Brando caught Hollywood way off guard with the simple marriage ceremony, performed at the home of his aunt in suburban Eagle Rock late yesterday afternoon. At first, he didn't even want to announce the wedding, maintaining that his private life "is strictly my own," but then he relented to give the story to a friend or two among the .press. Only immediate relatives, including Marlon Brando Sr., were present at the brief ceremony, performed by the Rev. Walter J. Fiscus, pastor of the nondenominational Little B r o w n Church of San Fernando Valley. Miss Kashfi was garbed in the traditional wedding dress of her native land, a pale green sari with a gold fringed white brocade blouse. Her shoes were red, made in the traditional Indian style. Marlon was capper and conservative in a dark suit and dark tic. Brando soon will be seen in "Sayonara,"ia movie in which he portrays a U.S. air force officer who falls in love with and marries a Japanese girl. The two honeymooncrs obtained a marriage license earlier in the week in Riverside, Calif., sans publicity. How that was accomplished is a mystery that would challenge the FBI, as Marlon Brando--and there's no other name like it--is the actor's real monicker. Brando had just completed work on "The "Young Lions," a picture in which he plays a Nazi soldier. His hair, dyed blonde for the role, may have fooled courthouse attaches when he applied for the license. Anna, who co-starred with Rock Hudson in "Battle Hymn" and Spencer Tracy in "The Mountain," has.been out of the movies for a year due to. an attack of tuberculosis that almost took her life. The couple took off after the ceremony in Brando's car. He said he couldn't divulge honeymoon plans because "I have no idea myself where we'll stop." He added that he is "very very happy" and his bride had only to smile to reveal how she felt about the whole thing. How Does It Feel To Lose Manuscript? By BARBARA McNEIL How would you feel if, after working three years on a manuscript, you lost it? "I nearly had a nervous breakdown," admitted lone Robinson, painter and writer who recently became a Tucsonian. ,"I was on a plane out of Paris when I discovered it was gone. Even the Paris police searched for the manuscript, but it was never found. Miss Robinson is originally from the West--Oregon. Through scholarships she studied painting at the California Art Institute and the Pennsylvania Academy. From there she went to Paris and Florence for independent studies. In Mexico she worked as first assistant, to Diego Rivera on the fresco at the National Palace in Mexico City. This particular fresco is considered the world's largest with the exception of the Sisline Chapel in St. Peter's in Rome. After Sinclair Lewis received the Nobel Pri/c for literature with his novel "Babbitt" in HJ.10, he asked the young artist to do his portrait. She was also one of eight American painters chosen to present their work at ths opening of the Harriman Art Gallery in New York. She pave several one man shows of her portrait work, and in 1031 she was awarded the Guggenheim Fellowship in art. Under the auspices of the Foundations she again went to Mexico to study. Besides continuing her painting, the artist took up writing. Articles by Miss Robinson have appeared in such American publications as Vogue, Harper's Bazaar, Town and Country, Saturday Review of Literature, and in numerous European magazines. "In fact, I was foreign corres- pondent for the Saturday Review of Literature during World War ][," remembered the artist- writer. Miss Robinson has one published book. "A Wall to Paint On," which is in the University of Arizona Library. Next, she plans to reconstruct her lost manuscript. Why did she come to Tucson? "It's vital. Tucson, for an artist, has sincerity. I saw Los Angeles a few months ago--it frightened me. "Here you can still use your feet and walk around without a million cars tearing in every direction." ___ H O O K K E E P Bracelets, Rings, Necklaces, Pins, Brooches OLD GOLD Gold Coins We pay top dollar --and sell for bottom dollar 37 West Congress Hostesses Are Named For Opening Those assisting tomorrow at the opening of ilic Art Center and preview of the llth Independent Open Show have been announced. Receiving guests will be Mrs. Desmond Powell, show management chairman. Gallery manager for the first week is Mrs. .1. M. Dalton and she will bo assisted by Mmcs. R. C. Luce, 0. Rsginajd Davis. William C r y d c r m a n Hanks, Samuel Cohen, Benedict II i 11 m a n, Daniel Lotz, A. Baker, Evans B. Mayo, Stanley G. Fabc, Andrew Frankovitz. Ai Liehert, Paul H. Powell and Dorothy Fettrctch and Miss Florence Ncsbitt. Mrs. James P. Moore and Mrs. Richard Kneedler Jr. arc in charge of hostesses for the preview which will be from .1 to fi p.m. Assisting at the punch table will be Mrs. Arthur Lynch and Misses Harriet House and Priscilla Drum. Mrs. Alan W, Colton' is in charge of invitations. Mrs. Samuel H. Woods is chairman of the membership rally. CLASSIFIED ACCOUNTING ING. ACCOUNTING. f , HUS1NESSES. JIM AWNINGS A L U M I N U M .11 lnj;£ canopies At l. MA. 4-755!), _ . BEE KEEPING HKK Ki-L'pinK supplies. Hives fovmda- -l".' n ^i'"'l*. 7in a. Desert nlvcl. __ BUILDING REPAIR CAKKSNTKI! -liemodel -- Repair -I almini:. Some t-Icctricnl -- plumb- -1SK :_L!riL r j:«""rarl. MA, 2-7IBI3. INCREASE INCOME! Convert t h a t old building f n t o rentr.l it. nemorlel, addition*. Tree r r t l - -CT ME do t h n t odd toll. Additions. r-:itlo:. earports. earnces. cabinet*. omi- c e n e i a l repair. Free estimates. FA rt-7jjio _ _ TKNCES. CARPOriTP. conversion*. !\itio snecinllMs. Desluns, estl- _m.-ite!s_frce. _ P.O,_Box_7:i5._ _ ^ ODD job eaipentry AT" root repair. J.efereneer. EA. G-M50 7 to 8 n.m.. _'i-!i p m. j _ __ C i F.N Elt A :L I ICfM F~f enaTr!T~rntt l~n"^ ...eablneljTialjer. Ph. nnn_A_X_8-l"M. CKMKN'T floor*. poured finifherT Excellent work. 2fw Mt. ft. Dial T.A. Z-ZM. O f f i c e Hours Only.

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