Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 27
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 27

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
Page 27
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PAGE 28 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 PENNEY'S OPEN UNTIL 9 P.M. FRIDAYS A tw A'¥3 trj"' f| jfc.? OtTHRN UOHTJ » two I pint casseroles, covers 6/ 2 by IOl/2-inch bake dish r --·»-£ -y- * J^, 8"*' 2 quart casserole, cover gljj^ll iii »!x 6-ounce custard cups '/2 quart casserole, au gratin cover ANCHORWHITE GLASS OYENWARE SPECIAL Cook m them! Serve in them m style! Fine milky white ovenware with clear covers! Made by famous Anchor Hocking Glass Company! Other pieces not illustrated. Gift Wares ... Lower Floor YOUR CHOICE 66 * Terrific Price! Two Patterns! 48-Piecc Ovenware Serves 8 14 EASY LIVING COTTONS SENSATIONAL PRICE! You get two extra cups. Cook 'n serve pie plate. 8 each: dinner, salad, icup plates, 10 cups, I each: vegetable bowl, platter, sugar, creamer, pie plate. Lower floor Hurry for several sleeveless and sunback styles that go into washing machine, need only touch-up ironing at the most. Sunny colors. Sizes 12 to 20; l4l/ 2 to 24l/ 2 . Lower Floor Cotton Shop i Sports Special Elastic Brief i 99 COMING YOUR WAY. OUR PADDED CHAISE LOUNGE THE PRICE IS SPECIAL ... SO ARE THE SHIRTS Here's a A-foot chaise on wheels that's built to live outdoors . . . has a sturdy, rust - resistant a l u m i n u m frame, weather-resistant vinyl covered pads! Adjustable back. Umr flew 15 Wash 'n wear little or no iron Dan 'River cottons in rich- tone solids and novelties. AH cottons and c o t t o n - D a c r o n Polyesters in neat prints. Save now! Sizes S. M. L. · Street floor BARGAIN BUYS! FOR BOYS! Double Knee Denim Jeans 1 22 Features found in higher priced garments. Power net elastic has up end down ·front panel. Garters detach. White, in small, medium, large. Street floor Eyelet Trimmed Cotton d£ Slips w Sizes 32 to C Street floor 1 i 3-PIECE SET OF LUGGAGE Save! Cotton Play Shorts! 18 set Set includes 12-inch train e«$*, ^ I-inch weekender, 26- inch .pi/iiman ... All are first quality in every way. Curved plywood with tough viny! plastic. Long bound, sturdy br*s* finish 3ocVs. White, Woe. Junior boys' 4 to 11 Cool, colorful denims , . . . . . t w i l l s , gabardines, chambrays, seersuckers. Ai! in Penrxy'j trim boxer mode! Wifn «nun »i»t+tr %»/»tr4- Lower fleer Sizes 4 to II Durable 10-ounce denim in choice of four colors. Double knee is firmly welded on for longer wear. Special Buy on Boys' Hose Easy Care Diaper Sets Easy Care Cotton Dresses 5 pair | 4 4 · ] «ir»« 1Z 1 · oua A* i* pair Sties t to What a value! Sou, absorbent cotton socks are nylon reinforced at heel and toe for longer wear. Assorted patterns a n d Lower fleer 1 H. i. VA on button front jackets with cute embroidery trims; plastic lined panties. Machine washable cottons need 1'ttie if any ironing. Styles ror boys, girts, Lower floor To«D«rs' 1 te S Special buy! Cool looking, cool wearing, too. Sleeveless dresses in little or io iron cottons. Deep 2-inch hems, machine washable, solids and prints. 1 },\P flftv^fTfafp f)f v^ the tef-Pat Way' OPEN YOUR CHARGE ACCOUNT AT RENNETS TODAY 1 Automation Threat To Society? By C. A. DEAN, M. D. Is automation threat to the individual? To the community? Or i* it « cure-all? Whatever the advantages or disadvantages, it clearly raises problems, especially regarding mental health. The new demands and worfcf Ing conditions create .mental" stresses placing still another burden of ad- /! justment o n t h e individual. At present t h e r e a r e three overlapping types of a u t omation: "transfer automation" baled on automatic feedback of information into a mechanical system; and "computer automation," the most revolutionary, used mostly in recording, coordinating and analyzing information for administrative purposes. ; Each of these can affect the operator, through .solitariness, depersonalization, increased responsibility without action to provide relief and' reaction to alarms and signals. Mental illness can result ; if the worker fails to adjust to these new situations. , Much is being done to reduce the mental hazards of automation. Grouping of alarms to give useful information only, adequate changes of position, good general environment, lowered noise levels and proper breaks during work hours are but a few of these. Prior to automation mental disease resulted from abnormal relationships among people. Now our relationship with machines brings a similar danger, and success in dealing with them may be the difference between mental health and mental di- ·ease. CopyrUht 19M THAI AMUVftt M.M ·4Y11 PRINTED PATTERN A 52 8 PROMINENT DESIGNER Capelet Adds Style, Variety Specialist in costumes for those who wear half- sizes, Ed Gerrick, in this Printed Pattern A528 shows the subtle lines in a dress that sleek away inches from full figures and give an illusion of added height. Notice that the capelet is securely and comfortably anchored by buttons and gives the longer line from neck to waist. This is a smart costume you can make look as young as you like by choice of figured or textured fabric, or smashing new colors. It's perfect for club meetings,' daytime ai well as dining out. Sew this smart sheath and cape- let in linen, cotton, shantung or rayon, nylon, Dacron blends. Discover with this pattern the perfection in fitting that makes sewing so enjoyable. Printed Pattern A528 is available in Half Sizes 12%, 14%, PRICES SLASHED on all used SEWING MACHINES Starting (IvV CATALINA Sewing Machine 2237 E. Broadway ^M MA 2-2323 ^^ 16'/2, 1%~2% and 22'^. Size 16'^ dress requires V-/ t yards 39- inch fabric, capelet one yard. To order pattern A528 send ONE DOLLAR to Prominent Designer, P a t t e r n Department, Tucson Daily Citizen. Please allow two to three weeks for delivery. Copyrifht 1MB TUCSON TALK Bride-elect Mariene Glad is.- being feted at bridal showers and luncheons, honoring her be-, fore her marriage to Alan Hall Saturday at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. Mrs. Nick Tountas of Douglas was hostess at a surprise' luncheon and miscellaneous shower Saturday, May 21, at the home of her parents, Mr:* and Mrs. Jack Poison, 6200 San Bernadino. Beverly Zeidler recently honored Mariene at a barbecue dinner and personal shower afterwards. A luncheon for the bridal, party and out-of-town guests was given today by Mrs. Arthur Barber, 5433 E, .10m St. Mr.,' Hall's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Hall of El Cajon, Calif., were present. . Tomorrow Marlene's parents, ~ Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Glad, 3228- E. Linden St., are having «"; buffet dinner for about 25 · guests. ·· ~. o o o -·£ Friends of Nancy. Charlyene" Jossell have feted her at two"; showers. Mrs. Fred A. Kohn entertained at a china shower- Saturday at her home, 2222 E.\ Hawthorne St. . ]. ..'.'' Bridesmaids Judith Hughes," Margaret Lament and Margaret; Pritchard were hostesses'at a- miscellaneous shower Saturday,'May 21 in *e home of Miss. Susan GuHberg, 1S14 : E. Speed-" way. - ' - " - · · . ";· Nancy "will .be married to Lt:; Michael Hardgrove this eve--·. ning in First Methodist Church.: S A L E DRESS, SPORTS TRAVEL FABRICS · 4 Big Group* 39' 55' 79' 98 V VALUES TO $1JI YARD DRAPERY FAIRIC S P E C I A L S 65« 98' 1.29 yd. Upholstery Remnants at Below Wholesale SCHAPIRO FABRICS NOTIONS t PATTERNS 3145 E. IrMdway at Mvenmi EA MMl OpnlteT MM. to I ML NEW SAVE UP TO 'aoe.jo Acrosonic PIANOS You con now own a loWw'm Acretomc Spintt at fht prit» cf an ordinary piano. Your old piano in trod*. Ab», l»if savings on DIM pianos and organi. WE ARE MOVING! to 2631 E. SPEEDWAY Baldwin Built Spinets... $ 595 ORGAN SPECIAL S7A . NEW Orgo-sonic 2 Manual Only 199 Orm Thwn.-4Fri, to t SUN. 1 to S ROLES PIANO t ORGAN CO. ONLY AT 1915 E. SPEEDWAY BALDWIN DoaUr C The Perfect Pump for Very Special Occasions Your probUmi art icJvtd. Hirsh's h»i RitquVs n«w op«n pump ef soft $«tin and crystal clear vinyl that dyts to match tht most »x- quisite colon. Th* $«cr«t is in fh« silver binding that allows oaiy dyeing and leaves the «hoe looking as pretty inside ai out. In high mid-heel. 12.H · CAMflELL fLAZA tort Stofwi Opw t» 1; . JJND j CIUYCROFT , IO H $

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