Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 15
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PAGE 16 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MARCH ?, 1966 I I Alice Brooks Price: 35 Cents | Make Top 1 For Cool § I Evenings * Just what you need for a these cool evenings. Note the § ** smart border detail. The jacket is crocheted in « a simple pattern - stitch of f rayon-wool or fingering yarn. 1 Pattern 7074: sizes 32-34; « 35-38; 40-42; 44-46; half sizes To order pattern No. 7074 l?-send 35 cents to Alice Brooks, -- Pattern Department, Tucson Daily Citizen, Tucson, Ariz. £5703. *£ Please allow two to three Sleeks, for delivery. Add 15 Icents for first class mail and SDecial handling. jr Copyright, 1966 frash Tonlik Court 'iTo Hold Card Party | Tash Tonlik Court No. 10. ?0rder of.the Amaranth, will Jhold a card party Wednesday, fMarch 16, at the Shamrock ^Dairy Hospitality Room, West ^Ruthrauff Road. i A fruit plate luncheon will be served at noon. J The public is welcome and -^tickets may be purchased at «the door. Those attending liave been asked to take their own cards. I 1 T "lii i**! 1 * '· -"Vfl 3iMiilK1imi.iiilW.il MAKES FALSE TEETH FIT lEAGTIFIILtT iDENTURITE is a miracle plastic which ·jets in five minutes.Wear your plates and *'cat anything immediately. Stops clicking. '.fases sore gums. Prevents food particles 'from getting under your plate. Laugh, Jalk, even sneeze without rear of embar- Vassmcnt. )' DENTURITE R i v e s a "Cushion of -Comfort". Lasts for months. Peels out .easily if replacement is needed. Uppers, ·lowers or partials fit firmly and securely "without daily use of powders, pastes or .cushions. Easy to use; tasteless, odor- 'less, harmless to plates and gums. Money -bsck guarantee. At your drug counter. *MIRACt-E PLASTIC , denturite Don or*' Ova Could Help The Childless BALTIMORE -- New hope is seen for childless couples. Dr. Howard W. Jones, obstetrician and gynecologist at Johns Hopkins Hospital here. ~~J rir. ii^u^-* T7»J 1- «r OHU l^l. iiuucil jLjuwaiua ui the Physiology Laboratory, Cambridge University. England, have taken a basic step in normal egg fertilization in the laboratory that might give ShevaClub Schedules Benefit Sheva Club of Pioneer Women will hold a bazaar, luncheon and card party Wednesday, March 16, at the Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave. The bazaar will begin at 10 a.m. Mrs. Joseph Finkelstein is chairman of the bazaar which will feature such items as homemade cakes and pastries, used books, aprons, jewelry and hand - knitted merchandise. Admission is free. The luncheon will begin at noon. Mmes. Herbert Feig and Irving Engel are hostesses for the event. There will be a charge for lunch. The card party will follow the luncheon. Proceeds will benefit the Child Rescue Fund of Pioneer Women. at least some infertile women their own babies. This does not mean that a test-tube baby is imminent. But it does' mean that a heslthy woman's ovs mioht be implanted in the womb of another woman without egg- producing ovaries after fertilization in a test tube. The donor ova could even be fertilized by sperm from the husband of the woman who receives the ova. A report in the Medical World News cautions that the work is in the early stages, and that the researchers are expecially anxious that no abnormal children be produced. Attempts to fertilize human ova outside the body have been made for many years, but results have been generally disappointing and the s t u d i e s were eventually dropped. The researchers point out out that it may be only a short time before routine fertilization in the test tube is achieved, and fertilized eggs are cultured through the first stages of cell division. Such a development could result in preselection of the type of offspring, "if. for example, chromosomes could be manipulated to alter the sex of developing embryonic cells fertilized in a test tube, the incidence of recessive sex-linked disorders such as hemophilia could be reduced by placing only female embryo? into the wombs of women in affected families. Understanding of how and at what stage chromosomal deformities arise can be advanced if any stage of egg maturation can be achieved at will. So far, the researchers have not been able to do this. Before practical application can be made of the laboratory technique, further evidence is needed that normal fertilization is being consistently achieved. The greatest challenge of the work still lies ahead. Have your Wig or Hiirplen Serviced by the Wig techniclins at WIGLAND We specialize in WIs repair, coloring, cutting, cleaning and styling at reasonable prices Also Visit our Wig department. 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Mr. Grossman is an associate professor of art at the University of Arizona. Reservations may be made by contacting Mrs. Irrna Kaufmann, 560 S. Via Guadalupe or Mrs. Donald Pitt, 10 E. Calle de Amislad. Panel Discussion C*I - 1 CUSTOM Upholstering Special Purchase New Patterns Fabric ¥2 Price! FREE ESTIMATES Our representative will M «iid to call at your home with Fabric Samples. No Obligation I EASY TERMS FURNITURE CO. 5302 E. 22nd Ph. 327-4901 NDWDN DON'T MISS IT · Murray+Bryant 415 N. SIXTH AVE. / 792*3950 Se Habla Espanol The Tucson Business and Professional Woman's Club will hold a panel discussion on Arizona legislation at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Santa Rita Hotel. Mrs. Helen M. Wright, legislation chairman, will conduct the discussion. Panel members will be Mmes. B. w. rum ---- 11 T).._K«-^ T Woliono OUUWCll, ucuUuiu a. Y.JJJ3TM. Louise T. Evjen and Bernard Bruns. The public is welcome to attend the meeting. Reservations may be made by contacting Miss Mary 0. Danner. 3138 E. Adams St. PERMANENT5 !*,,,, «in S 8 S 115 I Hair Cut, thampoo and set included Children's $1 23 Haircut A Shampoo and $"l 75 Set -·- Nationally Advertised Permanents NINE EXPERIENCED OPERATORS TO SERVE YOU Hair Cutting for Women and Children by Franke Locke. OPEN WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY EVENINGS LOCKE'S BEAUTY SHOP 2938 E. 22nd (1 b)k. west of Country Club) EA 6-3424 for the season ahead In 3-piece suits of slub textured rayon and cotton "Crulseway" . . . L E F T : Cutaway jacket, A-line skirt and contrast- · ' ing shell. Choice of sap- · '. phire or Java . . . RIGHT: Solid jacket and skirt with striped shell. Available in parchment i. with blue or green. (Sizes : 8 to 14.) $30.00 62 IE. PennmjfForT · " . Univefsity.Square ^ Wilmot Plaza BROADWAY VILLAGE Broadway Country Club 325-2631 A POST OFFICE SUBSTATION Reg. $18.45 Kodak "Fun Saver" Movie Camera SALE '12.88 SAVE! SAVE! SAVE! 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