Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 5, 1968 · Page 8
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 8

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, March 5, 1968
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PAGE 8 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N TUESDAY, MARCH 5, !968 See My Name There? Irish Nick looks as if he has a word to say to Assistance League members Mmes. James N. Lane, Roy Hewitt and T. W. Kramer (from left) as Bill Belford, trainer for the Nick Wolfe stable, leads him past the grandstand at the Tucson Turf Club. Mmes. Lane, Hewitt and Kramer are checking the racing forms in preparation for the Assistance League's Day at the Races Saturday. It will begin with a noon fashion show. Post time is 1:15 p.m. Tickets at $3.50 for clubhouse and box seats may be obtained by contacting Mrs. Peter Hershberger, 926 W. Samalayuca Drive. (Citizen Photo by Bill Hopkins.) Susan Broman . . . Hobart Wilbanks Summer Wedding Planned A late summer wedding is planned by Susan Broman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Broman, 933 N. Natachee Ave., and Hobart Dunigan Wilbanks. Susan was graduated from Rincon High School and is now a junior at Northern Ari- ·zona University in Flagstaff. She is a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority and Cardinal Key honorary. The engagement was revealed in a candle passing ceremony at the sorority house. Mr. Wilbanks is the son of Mrs. H. D. Wilbanks of Kingman and the late Mr. Wilbanks The prospective bridegroom was graduated from Kingman High School and attended NAU where he was a member of Sigma Chi Omega fraternity. TTVO Tucsonians Qualify For Race Two Tucsonians, Mmes. Pat I»lcn and Shirley Marshall, have qualified to compete in the 1968 Angel Derby. The derby is an all woman international ah- race, to be held April 22 to 26 between Managua, Nicaragua and Panama City, F!a. The 18th annual race will cover 2,402 miles, and $2,500 worth of prizes will be awarded the winners. The event, organized and conducted by the Florida Women Pilots Association, is open to all licensed women pilots flying stock aircraft of 145 hp or over. PHONE 294-7601 CURTIS ROOFING Stevens- Baldwin Nuptials Carolyn Baldwin wore her mother's candlelight satin wedding gown trimmed with alencon lace yesterday when she became the bride of Thomas Butler Stevens. The couple exchanged vows in a formal, double-ring ceremony at Christ Church Methodist and then greeted guests at a reception in the church hall. Carolyn is the daughter of Mrs: Allen Baldwin, 4435 E. Brott St., and Howard A. Baldwin, 2700 W.' Broadway. The bridegroom's parents are Maj. and Mrs H. F. Stevens, 8972 E. Calle Pasto. Cheryl Ishida of Modesto, Calif., was maid of honor. The bridegroom's sister Mrs. Richard Riggs was bridesmaid, and junior bridesmaids were Peggy Sue Hansen and Keven Ann Willey. The bridegroom's nephew Richard T. Riggs was ring bearer. Mr. Riggs was best man, and guests were seated by John Reed, Thomas Reed and the bride's brother Robert. The bride's grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Forfar of Little Silver, N. J., and Mr. and Mrs. Howard M Baldwin of Rio Del Mar, Calif., were in Tucson for the wedding along with the bride's great-uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Truman Baldwin of San Jose, Calif. Carolyn attended The Bishop's School in La Jolla, Calif., and was graduated from Palo Verde High School as was her bridegroom. The bride and groom attended the University of Arizona. After a wedding trip to Northern Arizona, the newlyweds will live in Bindezi, Italy. Mr. Stevens now serves in the Air Force. Mrs. Thomas Stevens Mrs. Harold deZeller . . . Carolyn Baldwin . . . Glenda Phillips Glenda Phillips Bride Of Harold deZeller Harold L o u i s deZeller claimed Glenda Phillips as his bride Friday in a formal, double-ring ceremony -at First Southern Baptist Church. A peau de soie princess style gown trimmed in lace was selected by the bride. A pearl and lace petal headpiece held her elbow length veil of English silk illusion. The maid of honor, Dorothy Moudy, wore a cerise pink, crepe gown and carried a nosegay of pink and white carnations. Jerry Collins assisted Mr. deZeller as best man. Ushers were David Butler of Austin, Tex., Jim Wigginton of Phoenix, Jim Malbon and Richard Rowe. Glenda is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Royal L. Phillips, 4400 N. Jay Ave. The bride was graduated from the American High School in Chicago and is a receptionist for Solot Realty Co. A Pueblo High School graduate, Mr. deZeller is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rogers deZeller, 2811 W. Milton Road. The bridegroom attended the University of Arizona and is a sales representative for Hollis Photo - Engravers, Inc. WEDNESDAY'S SCHOOL LUNCH AMPHITHEATER Hot Dog On Bun Potato Chips Buttered Peas Orange Juice Pudding Milk FLOWING WELLS Beef Surprise Garden Salad Hot Rolls Pecan Pie Milk MARANA Spanish Rice With Meat Green Salad Hot Rolls Peanut Butter Banana Milk SUNNYSIDE Creamed Turkey Biscuit Corn Orange Juice Plums Milk TUCSON Turkey Sandwich French Fries Cottage Cheese Chocolate Pudding Milk ENCANTO DRUG co. KI^V*«lT| · V StoneatThird David Ginsburg, pharmomt, at (order of Slonc end 3rd for lh« post 25 years \i now assisted by his son "Mkkey", who is ok» a r«j- hlered pharmacist. Their welcome all of their post customers, wherever they moy reside, and of (ou.-u they would appreciate new customers. They give you personal ' servici end wish lo thank you '" ., ( jL' **,a|fcr your past business end tp- DAVE CHSIURC predate your coming to see «r -- C mLgp£ 1 phone them whenever you need ACCOUNTS i P r * !Cri P |ion *W- MICKEY CNSBURC TMNKC STAMPS Phone 624-8854 FREE Pkk-Up Delivery If You Have A Javelina, Try These Preparations Did someone in your family get a javelina over the final weekend of the season? Or were you gifted with a few pounds of desert pig? Wrap it carefully and keep it in the deep freeze. for a month or so before having your first javelina dinner. Javelina meat can be dark, lean and stringy, more comparable to venison than domestic pork. So when you cook it, be sure to add fat. Lard roasts with salt pork and baste them frequently with an oily barbecue sauce of a half and half mixture of olive oil and lemon juice. Or, roast javelina much the same as a beef, using onions, salt and pepper. When tender, trim the meat from the bones and let it cool. Then simmer it with brown sugar and commercial barbecue sauce. Actually, javelina is better when cooked in moist heat -- Mrs. Robert Harris . . . Alice Joy Peck Harris- Peck Vows Solemnized A white satin gown with lace trim was worn by Alice Joy Peck Saturday when she became the bride of Robert Harris in a formal, double- ring ceremony at First Baptist Church. The bride was attended by Cynthia Johnson of Benson as maid of honor and Janice Card. The attendants wore peacock blue, crepe dresses. Mr. Harris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Galbreath, 3941 E. Camino De La Colina, asked Ronald West to be best man and Jay Livensparger of Phoenix to be groomsman. The newlyweds are honeymooning in Las Vegas. They will live at 251 E. Water St. Mr. and Mrs. George Peck, 843 E. Holaway Drive, are parents of the bride who was graduated from Amphitheater High School. Mr. Harris is a graduate of Rincon High School and attended the University of Arizona where he was a member of Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. pot roasted or used in slews or casseroles. One good stew starts with cubed javelina, washed and thoroughly dried. Dust the cubes with flour and brown in large frying pan in generous amounts of bacon fat or olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. Add a can of beef bouillon and scrape all the brown bits from the skillet. Add a bouquet garni of celery leaves, parsley, bay leaf, a little mace and 10 peppercorns. Heat to the boiling point and transfer to casserole with cover. Bake, covered, until meat is tender. About 20 minutes before serving, add small whole onions and quartered carrots. Or, add a small can of tomatoes. Or both. Skim any floating fat from t h e c a s s e r o l e before serving. You may wish to substitute half a cup of good stout red wine for part of the bouillon. And you may wish to thicken the broth with 2 teaspoons of cornstarch mixed with one- fourth cup of cold water, sherry or red wine. To cook a pot roast of jave- lina, brown the meat in a heavy frying pan and season heavily with smoked or hickory salt if you like it, regular salt if you don't, and lots of pepper. \ C o m b i n e 3 tablespoons flour, 1 tablespoon brown sugar, 1V2 tablespoons Worcestershire sauce, 1 tablespoon vinegar, Vz teaspoon dry mustard and % cup catsup to make a sauce. Chop three or four stalks celery and 1 large onion. Place half the sauce and half the vegetables on a double thickness of aluminum foil large enough to seal the roast in. Place browned roast on top of sauce and vegetables, then add remaining ingredients. With a drug store fold, seal the meat, sauce and vegetables in the foil. Leave room for a little expansion. Place the package on a cookie sheet and bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) for three or four hours. Unwrap and serve. A good variation is to use undiluted mushroom soup ins t e a d of the preceding sauce. Sorority Offers Scholarship Alpha Xi Delta sorority is again offering a $1,500 graduate fellowship for advanced study in the social service field. The fellowship is offered in connection with the sorority's national philanthropy, prevention of juvenile delinquency. Locally, the Alpha Xi Delta alumnae chapter plans to help a new Tucson agency, the Girls 1 Club of Tucson, which will provide activities for underprivileged girls. Applicants for the grant must be graduates of accredited colleges or universities, have high scholastic records, and be interested in careers connected with preventing delinquency by working with youth. Applications may be obtained from Mrs. Emory J. Douglass, 6051 E. Eastland St., and must be completed and mailed by Sunday, March 31. Your INCOME TAX MONEY SAVING KNOWLEDGE AT YOUR SERVICE 38 Years' Experience Dependable Tax Service Personal Attention Open All Year Charter Member-Associated Tax Accf s. of Arizona Free Parking Lot ** I 1134 E. 6th ST. 623-1833 --OPEN EVENINGS 'TIL 9 BURT L. COCKLIN SON FULL TIME TAX CONSULTANTS Luncheon, Sale Set Friday The Fireside Room at Tucson Medical Center will be the setting Friday for the Ft. .Lowell Homemakers annual sale and luncheon benefit. Tucson Medical Center, the Beacon Foundation and the American Red Cross will receive benefits derived from the event which begins at 10 a.m. Mmes. Carl Wynn and Orma Dodds will give a talk on handling family emergencies. YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6TH ARIES (March 21 -- April 19): Emphasis on messages, short lourneys, dealings with relatives. Keep in touch. Don't cirt yourself off from news in Immediate vicinity. There Is somelhing you must know. TAURUS (April 20 -- May 20) Spotlight on income, personal possessions. Be receptive. Key Is patience. Utilize logic rather 1han impulse. Take care with what you put on paper. Write no letters in anger. GEMINI (May 21 -- June 20): Lunar position stresses personality, your appearance. Take initiative. Make contacts. Present ideas. Socialize. People are attracted and reward your efforts. CANCER (June 21 -- July 22): Activity centers behind the scenes. You work best today in conjunction with group, club organization. Be co-operative. Show that you are capable of being part of a team. LHO (July 23 -- Aus. 22): Accent on hopes, desires, friendships. Study Gemini message. Mingle -- get around. Fine for dining out, making new acquaintances. Follow through on hunch It could pay dividends. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - S«pf. 22) Today promises to be a bright and cheerful day for you and those who come into to contact with you. Evening good for entertaminq and having serious discussions with family members. LIBRA (Sept. 23 -- Oct. 22): Check details connected with projected iour- ney. Keep communication lines open. You may receive news which has direct effect on future plans. Be sure of reservations, appointments. SCORPIO (Oct. 23 -- Nov. 21): Interest in unusual sublects comes to fore. You could be Invited to a unlciue gathering which features the occult. Keep open mind. Enioy yourself without making commitment. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 -- Dec. 21) Lie low. Be a keen observer. Hold off on final iudgment. Wait to hear from opposition. Let others make their p o i n t s . Gather information and strength. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 -- Jan. 19: Attend to basic Issues. Obtain hint from Sagittarius message. Maintain steady pace. Day features news concerning work, health, proiects which take time to complete. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 -- Feb. 18): Emphasis on children and on hobbles which provide pleasure. Later, there is romance, chanse, ideas which stimulate. Dealings with opposite sex are favorable. PISCES (Feb. 19 -- March 20): Home, domestic issues are spotlighted. Leave no loose ends. Finish what you start -- be aware of Ions-ranee Implications. Regard obstacle as constructive challenge. You'll win. IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY you l o v e harmony, understand color schemes. You would make excellent designer and homemaker. Your sense of lustlce is highly developed. You are likely now to be concerned with residence, home base. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for Gemini, Cancer, Leo. Special word to Pisces: roadblock will be removed if you don't lump the sun. Copyright 1P68 Advertisement RENT A PIANO NO TIME LIMIT NO O6 UGATlON TO BUY RENTAL APPtlES J r YOU DO MUUER PIANO CO. 1010E Broadway 623-0525 4 349 E Broadway 7 9 5 - 317O Youthful Beauty From the early twenties, bedtime massage with a vitalizing night c r e a m is Ideal for softening traces of surface skin dryness and tiny lines. 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DESERT SCHOOL of SEWING FASHION DESIGN BERNINA sewing machines Sales Service E. 6th St. PH.62-M339 Mrs. Whitmer Wins Speech Contest Mrs. Warren H. Whitmer has been chosen winner of the Tucson Toastmistress Club speech contest. She will participate in the interclub contest this month in Tucson. Mrs. Whitmer, who is employed by the Speed way-Alvernon office of The Southern Arizona Bank, was named contest winner Feb. 23. University JEWELERS 16 Years a I 835 N.PAKK AVENUE (Opposite University Gale) Ph. 622-6171 The Young Look Every Wednesday in YOUNG CITIZEN 1 2 PRICE SALE CONTINUES BY POPULAR DEMAND THRU MAR. 9 Everything in the Store A ALMOST NEW SHOP 1884 S. CRAYCROFT AT 29th OPEK 10-6 P.M.- FRI.'TIl9 P.M. A, Ufat An informative brochure available free of charge to interested women. r~ i i i i SI LINO, INC. 35-20 63 Road Rego Park, N.Y. 11374 Gentlemen: Piease scad me your brochure, "A Woman's Guide to Mutual Funds". Name Address. City --f I I I I I I I I 1 .J S.J. LIND, INC. 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