Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 9, 1966 · Page 16
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 1966 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N If- FOOD AND YOUR HEALTH Utea* Cut Eating In Half For Successful Diet By FREDRICK J. STARE, M.D. T-\_ Cin.A l* A «*J n *U- r\«»-«,.i X/l * OW-tlli llVUUO U1C JL/CUCU I" ment of Nutrition at Harvard University. Q. My husband is 26, 6 feet 2% inches tall and weighs ', 273. He has been to many doc- '·· tors and tried many diets without results. He has a heart murmur. Should he ;diet?-; · ; A. Your husband is tall, but ; heven at his height he weighs : too much. A weight closer to .-.·^200 .would be far : better for' his health now and in the fu,; ture. I would suggest that for the next month he eat only half of what he has been eat- I have been taking vitamins 1AA£, CllJU 1JI ages of any kind that he reduce these by half. In addition he should take the equivalent of at least four 'brisk 15-minute walks each day. If he will do this he will lose about 10 pounds in a month, and mat may give hun the encouragement to do ; the same thing' a second and third month. After that his food intake can be increased slightly so that his weight loss might average four to five pounds per month. Q. I am underweight and. YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR THURSDAY, MARCH 10 ARIES {MAR. 21 TO APR. 1») Fine evening for .dining out with ·compatible Individual. Differences can be settled if you are considerate. Turn on charm. Sentimental gift pur- 7 chase could work wonders. TAURUS (APR. M TO MAY JO) Friends may tend to be discouraging. Encourage new/ fresh views. If you stick to "old hat" methods, you miss great opportunity. Be daring, original y_reallze letdown Is but temporary. GEMINI (MAY 21 TO J U N E 20) . Inner feelings now ring true. Live UP ·to principles. Follow through on hunch. · Outline of future becomes clear. You ^iknow where you're going. Good for s making arrangements to get there. CANCER (JUNE 21 TO JULY 23) '.Favorable lunar aspect highlights ro- ,'' mance, change, possible travel. Your persons! magnetism rating soars . . . you attract members of opposite sex. Pursue creative endeavors. LEO (JULY 23 TO. AUG. 22) , Obstacles can be transformed Into :r creative challenges: But if you expect '·"things to be handed to you- on silver ·i platter today . . . disappointment re- :'jults. B emature. Work toward future goals. VIRGO (AUG. 23 TO SEPT. 22) Respite indicated from recent emo- ."tional onslaught. You have good chance · : 1o "breathe easy." Your efforts are .appreciated. Pleasure Indicated--pos- i l|bly from pride of accomplishment. LIBRA (IIPT. 23 TO OCT. 22) "'Keynote harmony at home. Make concessions. Happiness of family members will reflect upon you. No time to Ir- ritate loved ones. Money question can be favorably resolved.- SCORPIO (OCT. 23 TO NOV. 21) Gift presented to close friend should not be cause of envy. You will only be defeating .your purpose If you worry. Know this--act In mature manner. Others will respond favorably. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22 TO DEC. 21) Hidden meanings should be analyzed^ Means obscure, facts now · come to light. Result of past efforts favor your cause. Surprise of pleasant nature due in form, of visit. CAPRICORN (DEC.' 2Z TO JAN. 1») ' ·· Extravagant gesture: really is not necessary. Instead express .feelings* gratitude in mature manner. Important to complete projects. Share knowledges- expand sphere of activity. \ AQUARIUS (JAN. W TO FEB. 18) Excellent for purchase of luxury item. Your sense of beauty Is enhanced. Lunar position accents accomplishment, promotion. You are able to put across views' to Important persons. PISCES (FEB. If TO MAR. 20) Good lunar aspect spotlights long distance communication, added knowledge, greater personal assurance. Burden , Is lifted. Greater pleasure received from. efforts. You can now be happier.- 0 0 O IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY . . . you are sensitive, yet Independent In thought, action. You tend to attract people who require your aid,, understanding. ";. : · GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle Wgh : for Scorpio, Sagittarius. Special word · to. Gsmiril: Watch- diet,-get. proper exercise. Stop neglecting health! · Copyright 19M . to take a food supplement called "Wate-On." This makes me good and hungry, but I want to know if this is safe to take. A. I have never heard of the product you mention so cannot comment on it. However, I doubt that I' would favor its general Use for I ' see very little need' for any food or nutritional supplements. Good food, in variety; frorrt the/grocery store -Is what I 1 recommend. " ' ' · · ' . Gaining weight for the. thin person is frequently a difficult task. You will find" detailed suggestions in niy book, "Eating for Good Health," published by Doubleday. Q. My mother, grandmother and I, have always 1 used beef tea or beef broth. for sick people. Is this nutritional? A. "There is practically no nutritional value in 'beef tea or 'broth, but .'it does taste goodi and pleasant tastes are ..parti of the pleasures of eat; ing. Also, the /.use of such; preparations is occasionally a good way to get fluid into people "who may notdrink enough ' "· JJA ' ''Q; Does any kind of 'food help a sinus condition? : A; No kind of food wi]l help a'sihus conditioru -This is usually caused "by an infection and lack of adequate drainage of the sinus. ;; Copyright, 1966 La Vonne Rogers . . Darryl W. Markham To Be Wed University of Arizona students La Vonne Rogers and Darryl W. Markham plan an early June wedding at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Tempie in Mesa. Former Tucsonians Mr. and Mrs. Melvin D. Rogers of Mesa are parents of the bride-elect. Mr. Markham is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. Markham of Miami. La Vonne is a senior at UA majoring in music education. A graduate of Rincon High School, she is affiliated with Alpha Lambda Delta, Lambda Delta Sigma and the university Symphony orchestra. Mr. Markham was graduated from Miami High School and served a Latter-day Saints mission on Taiwan. He received a B.A. degree in oriental studies from UA and is currently a graduate student. Eel Aire Slates Trunk Shotting A trunk showing of advance Spring and Summer fashions by designer Susan Thomas will be held all day Saturday at Bel Aire Fashions, 3352 E. Speedway. Lee Gayles and a group of Susan ; Thomas models,, all .from Los Angeles, will present the collection. This is the designer's first .Tucson trunk showing. The event is open to- the public. The Champ is Overstocked on Fine Re- diners. In Order to Move .Them--He Has Dropped the Price to $29.95. FURNTTORE DISTRIBUTORS 3566 E. Speedway GREAT GOINGS-ON IN STEINF ELD'S WIG BOUTIQUE Tomorrov/, Friday and Saturday, Mr, Glenn Bassett, Artist and Fashion Designer for RM Living Wig, will-be in our Wig j Boutique. Do come by and m^et him. He's here to present I his exciting 1966 collection of chignons and hairpieces. He'll custom blend the chignon of your,choice to macth your hair 1 perfectly, even streaked, frosted or tinted. And personally advise you on a choice of styling for your new miracle-do that's washable, permanently curled, easy for you to manage right'at home. No appointment is necessary. Single chignon, 18.00; standard chignon,-27.00; deluxe chignon, 36.00. Millinery, street floor PRESENTS C^uza Deep Country Clothes. Coordinating Wrap Skirts with Print, three quarter sleeve Blouses and Dacron and Cotton Suits. TACTo^Shoiv Polish Films The fourth in a series of film evenings sponsored by the Tucson Art Center will be held Wednesday, March 16, ai the center galleries, 325 W. Franklin St The prize-winning experimental films are "Siberian T ::A.. VfnnKntU't nnA "T,,.,, Men and a Wardrobe." The first, directed by Andrej Wajda, is an adaptation of a short story by the 19th century Russian writer, Leskov. The difference between this film and the Shakespearean plav is in the character of Lady Macbeth. Ramond Polanski directs the second film. Members and guests are welcome to view these Polish films which will begin at 8p.m. Woman's View ^fT' OXFORD PLAZA Jwenrv-stcond * Wilmot* Ph. 29B-3326 * hours: thurs. and fit 9-9; ; daily 9-6 · Permanents ' from '10.00 · Frostings from H2.50 Sizes I O i o - 1 8 2926 E. Broadway . 326-8412 $i as projected by CELE PETERSON'S Thursday evening, 8 p.m., March 10 Lois Jacobson from Mademoiselle Maga line will commentate. 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