Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 31
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 31

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
Page 31
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MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Showplac* of the Southicett Garden Rtitaurant Couhfry Club Plaza Food For Perfectionists Luncheons 11:M · 2:3u Cfoitd Sundays Phone EA 5-5422 2744 E. Broadway, Tucson Lyndon B. Johnson Named ·/ '.-. : , ^ - ' ; , .- . . ' , , . · · ' ' · ' . . ' ' · · · · . ' - - . Best-Dressed In Pu6Kc Life NEW YORK--UPI--Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, who has been known to wear ten-gallon hats and gray tuxedos, was named the Best-Dressed Man in ·Public Life today by the F a s h i o n Foundation of America. . The male best-dressed list; based on a survey of custom tailors and designers, cited Johnson for his "conservative dress". His predecessors on the list included Prftsidtnt Kennedy and Sen. Barry Goldwater (R-Ariz). Johnson is most often seen in dark-toned single breasted suits, though hfi owns gray and brown suits for variety. He. prefers white shirts with long pointed collars, expensive ties, and fancy cuff links.- For leisure he prefers colored slacks and bright sports shirts. Others on the list by category were government, Gov. Farris Bryant of Florida; civic affairs, Mayor Richard J. Daley of Chicago; society, Frank G. Hale of Palm Beach, president of the National Yeast Corp.; s c r e e n , Hugh O'Brian; sports, Tommy McDonald of the Philadelphia Eagles; business, Samuel O. Newman of New York, president of Ripley Clothes; press- communications, columnist Bert Bacharach; designer, Robert Strong of New Y o r k ; theater, producer David Merrick; recordings, Enoch Light; realty, Bernard Grey of Eastchester, N.Y.; night clubs, singer Buddy Greco. «····························································«························*$ KURT SAYS: WALTZ THRU WASHDAY WITH A BRAND NEW Maytag Automatic Washer Buy now and save, no payments 'tit July at your Home Laundry Specialist lirt Appliances In the Campbell Plaza Shopping Center 2808 N. CAMPBELL AVE. EA 7-7491 open weekdays 'Til 9, Saturday 'Til 7 MONTGOMERY WARD 3699 E. BROADWAY EL CON SHOPPING CENTER EA 7-7392 SHOP MON.-WED.-FR1. 9:30 A.M. to 9 P.M. Win $100 a month for 10 years Just come into our department and vote for your favorite extra value in Playtex 2.50 Bras Nothing to Buy Nothing to Writ? XTRA #1 s Underlift Panels FASHION MAGIC BRA dinging Back MACIC-CUNCHBRA Luxury Cotton Dacroft eOTTON-DACHDlviBRA EXTRA #4 Nylon Lace Cupi Lined with Soft Cotton COTTON * LACE'BIXA EXTRA #5 Elastic Comfort Band Breathes with yon ALL $3.M BRAS. Yes.' You may win 8100 a month for 10 years, or Second Prize $2,000, or Third Prize $1,000, or on« of 3,000 other valuable prizes. Just come in and vole for youi? favorite extra value in Playtex 82.50 bras. Nothing to write, nothing to buy. You'll find extra features that mean extra value in alUour Playtex $2.50 bras.., features that give you extra comfort, extra fit, extra long wear-life. Choose Playtex Fashion-Magic Bra, PlayleX 1 Cotton-Dacron Bra, Playtex Magic-Cling Bra, Playtex Cotton Lace Bra. White 32A to 40C. $2.50. Hurry in and vote for your favorite extra and you may win $100 a month for 10 years. Tucson's Leading Foundation Department now has 4 trained corsetieres to fit you properly Mm. G. Johannesen Mrs. J. Herbst Mrs. R. Quintier Mrs. E. Graham Wards certified corsetieros are trained to fit you properly and wi'S give you their utmost attention at ail times. Wards Guarantees You A Correct Fit --AP Wlrephoto WELLESLEY HOOP ROLLING WINNER Miss Katie Brown, 21, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith S. Brown of Continental, is all smiles after she won the 69th annual hoop rolling contest for Wellesley College seniors Saturday. Miss Brown, an economics major, is president of the Athletic Association at Wellesley. She plans to work with her father, who is a rancher, after she graduates. BROADLOOM CARPET 100% NYLON Select from 12 decor colors In both plain and tweeds from nationally famous mill Complete and expertly Installed $ T sq.. yd. Budget Payments Arranged FURNITURE CO, 5302 E. 22nd -- Ph. EA 7-4901 Just Phone! Our carpet experts will be happy to bring samples to your home to assist you in selecting the carpets or rugs just right for you. No Obligation--Of Course! It's the personal touch that means so much ELEGANT MOTHERS BELIEVE IN BEAUTY TOO! For Mother's Day we suggest the authoritative styling of this coo! cotton suit, by COUTURE WEST. Mint, fawn, or powder blue. 70.00 From our extensive collection of cotton suits Downtown and El Con Center Romo-Benitez Vows Said At Santa Cruz Church Seven attendants preceded Rachel B. Benitez to the altar of Santa Cruz Catholic Church Saturday for her marriage to Joseph A, Romo.' Rachel, daughter of Mrs. Carmen B. Gardea, 231 E. 30th St., repeated her vows in a gown fashioned of silk organza and chantilly lace. Her silk illusion veil was secured by an orange blossom crown highlighted with crystals. Mrs. Ernest Basurto was matron of honor and the bride's sister Lydia was madrina do lazo. Betty Franco, Leonor C a n e z, Becky Romo, Pat Redondo and Amalia Juarez of Ma- zatlan, Son., Mex., served as bridesmaids. The bridegroom asked Mr. Basurto to be best man. Faustino Sanders Jr. served as padrino de lazo. Manny Garcia, Ignacio Ortiz, Danny Fernandez, Beto Nunez and Gabriel Romo ushered. Flower giris were Sally Gonzales and Melissa and Melpnie Berume. Victor Benitez carried the rings. The bride is a graduate of Pueblo High School. She is employed by Valley National Bank. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jose U. Romo, 4020 S. 14th Ave., attended Tucson schools. He is an employe of Roof Garden Fish Company. The couple will honeymoon in California. San Diegd Moni Named 196S Mrs. America MIAMI BEACH, ;Fla;-~; WW--The new Mrs. America--Mra. Marilyn Mitchell of San Diego, Calif.--plans to return home soon to * gala reception. - ·"' Mrs. Mitchell, beautiful,. 35-year-old, brown-haired' mother of three, was de-v clared winner over 50 others Saturday night after week-long competition i n ' cooking, homemaking, con-geniality and other categories. Mrs. Minnesota, Mrs. ; Virginia Firnshild, tall blonde from Rochester and also mother of three, was runnerup. Mrs. Pennsylvania, Mrs. Margaret Suber Price, of Stroudsburg, was third. --Clar Des Studto MRS. JOSEPH ROMO ., . Rachel Benitez In ABUNDANCE at Kate's . . . Famous Brand Names · . . the Newest Stylings for Boys Girls 'Your Charge Account Is Invited! Phone 325-9461 Open Man. Fri. 'til 9 bring your PRECIOUS FURS to Levy's El Con Fur Dept. " store today- protect for tomorroiv!' 9 Why not let us give your furs a "new look" with our BRAMARIZING Method of Cleaning? EL CON ONLY Street Floor be free from UNWANTED HAIR ... forever! Let our Specialists remove beauty blemishing h a i r from your face, arms, legs with our W o r 1 d-Famous Kree dermatron. I t is smooth . . . gentle .. . fast. And best of all, it is PERMANENT. Be our guest for your personal analysis. Downtown--Miss Kirk El Con--Miss Hansen Lew's Beiutv Salon Downtown call MA 2-2424 w 624-0411 EXT. 274 El Con call EA. J-17W or «4-Mll EXT. «l , ,-'x»t- ^ Levy's Beauty Salon El Con call EA 6-1793 or 624-0411, Ext. 458 a**' 1 :.. This week at El Con meet Mr. Foster and take a SHORT CUT to beauty 3.00 Let Mr. Foster suggest the new Short Cut for you. There are so many variations to choose from; ail wonderfully easy to keep! No charge for consultation. For extra encouragement, a complete restyling including PERMANENT, SHAMPOO, SHORT CUT AND SET Antoine Salon .. American Salon .12.00 . 8.25

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