Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 30
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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 3f YOUR STARS Formula Offers Healthy Diet FRIDAY, JUNE J, 1968 AMIES (MAM. J1 TO _ A P R . 1« Trying; to fore* your 'will on otheri in position of authority today wil) surely be th* fastist way to get Into a rood deal of trouble. Be cheeriul instead and look into new and better vystem* to increase profit* and efficiency. TAUBU* APR. » TO MAY M) You ate anxious to be witti a new Irtend in order to cather vital data Which you oeluv he, or he, will five you: However, It would be the bcicht of wisdom to listen to the advice of clo*» ti«, Th*n you win be led property. G E M I N I (MAY 21 TO JUNE 21) Rather th*n follow the ideas of an overly dynamic expert who mijht cause you to invett unwisely or to acainrt own inclinations, follow advice of trusted partner. Await an unexpected and welcome missive from afar. Be prepared. FOR YOUR COPY of Carroll Biehter's IS-paia Torecast for your own aicn for July (end your birth' date and SOe to Pat' tarn Dept.. Tucson Daily Citiien. MOON CHILD«EN)(JUNEZ2.JULY 81) ··. T^ttT 1* on* of those day* when as- aoei«t*s-art putting throush certain ideas and systems that' -will Ten«fit you not. at all. Do not becom* flustered, but seek the. advice of financiers and trusted advisers. Follow it LEO {JULY 22 TO AUG. 21) It" is important that you are most careful ~in your work throughout the day and eveninf, or there can be serious loss or damage. Nonetheless, you can easily put into operation these big plans in mind. CHOW. V I R G O (AUG. a TO SEPT. J2) It would b* very foolish to wast* this - valuable, day simply in search ·f pleasure 'when you have ome yitna of matfnitudt to -put through er seme important civic matter. Tint telnjrs first--fun another day. LIBKA (SEPT. M TO OCT. 12) It in wife to ihandie 'all Important mjotdawis at h«n» now quickly and ·loverly. Later, also eansult vita · wise adviser. Br loyal to tood and trusted friends of long standing. SCORPIO (OCT. 2) TO NOV. 21) While you ar* desirous of taking a short vacation, going on a journey or looking into some gouip you heard, it is best you tend to business today «nea fine benefits ar* possible in some unexpected fashion. SAQITTAniU* (NOV..E TO DEC. 21) Whil* you are certainly anxious to get ahead faster through some new outlet or contact, you may permit ususl confining duties to keep you frpm going ahead with your plans. Think and act positively instead. C A P R I C O R N (DEC. 12 TO J A N . X Whether in personal or nusdnesn affairs, it is best to get the advice ol experts now rather than go ahead with your own ideas and make haphazard moves that could prove duite disastrous. P.M. b« most affectionate with loved one. AQUARIUS (JAN. 21 TO FEB. 19) Put aside all thought of worry over what is inevitable er beyond repair. Go to *e* that wise and generous friend who will help you solve all your problems ideally, possibly a partner. P.M. enjoy a sumptuous dinner. PrtCCS (FEB. JO TO MAR. ») While the', benefits now seem to accrue to partners and even outsiders. do not make the mistake ef relying -on emotional aJIU*. Get the gupport of fellow-workers. Cooperate more iully and turn the tide. P.M. retire **" TODAY'S CHILD He, or «he, wfll have so much energy that sports are very vital in thl» young lift. The center ef the stage is where your youngster will always want to be even where fisticuffs are eoneemed. Teach your progeny to be more objective and early; teach how to debate. *toc* wal miracles CUB be brmtfht about in this-sphere. Fin*'chart for the public speaker, the teacher, the religionist--mala er female. NEW YORK-UPl-Food formulas for overweight adults/designed to appease hunger while bringing the individual steadily downward in girth and weight, are now for the first time available in New York and certain cities of the Eastern seaboard. The formulas, each in form of a powder to be added to water and substituted for meals, are described as nutritionally adequate, pleasant tasting and encouragingly prompt in effectiveness. ! The formula described is designed, when substituted fcr the businessman's luncheon, to accomplish a weight loss of some- jhing like 15 pounds in 90 days "without placing any particular strain upon the will-power. The magazine's article, by Wyatt Jones, is entitled "Look Alive- Live Longer." The formula contains wheat germ, yeast, malt and milk solids as its chief sources of calories and nutrients, and is pleasantly flavored and filling. Each two-ounce package is asserted to contain the balanced nutrients of an entire meal.. This particular new tow- caloried diet, a 16-day 1000- I calorie program and a 24-day ! luncheon schedule follow-up, are | suggested for women because they need about 1WO fewer calories per day on the average than do men, The less intensive program of luncheon substitution is suggested for men. The double program was evolved by Henry Sell, who pained U. S. Navy kudos year* ago for working out an adequate diet which successfully srrnmmodated the hunger of vigorous young sailors with the limited food'storage spacr available aboard submarines. Release of the formula foods, several of them made by pharmaceutical companies and onr by a fond company, followed closely upon publication by the society of actuaries of findings indicating thnt the "ideal weight" tables of the life insur- ance companies arc from 2H to ; 30 pminds ,bHow the national i Death rat« of average, fat and slim persons wore compared, For men 20 pounds above, the national average (this would include many who felt themselves tn b* of exactly average weight, for height and age under previous life insurance company recommendations), the death rats was 10 per cent above average. With 25 pounds overweight, the death rate suddenly increased to 25 per cent above. the national average. This report, adopted by the Metropolitan and other life insurance companies, asseru that the best weight is approximately 20 pounds below the national average. SHOP of Tucson 42239 East 1 l.Juf JLa4 Broadway ii/tati ----7-""--~ .Jim.-ii-t--""-u_^ RANCH OAK t tff: t, S. P A T . 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Well send yon a coupon to present to your grocer for a free 1-lb. can of n«w Chaie Sanborn Coffee 75 tovint on the 2-lb. can, Omit-- -en* coupon per family. Offer expitw Jnn 30, 1960 New Chase Sanborn Coffee- Packed warm... Packed fresh... Packed with the Big Flavor! All the other leading canned coffees have to sit and cool for hours after roasting and grinding. Their flavor fades before they're packed. But new Chase Sanborn can be packed right away ... packed warm ... packed fresh--with the Big Flavor. That's why you get more zip per sip in New Chase Sanborn. Prove it for yourself--enjoy a 1-lb. can on us during this special offer. Or save big money on our 2-lb. can. ANOTHER FINE PRODUCT FROM STANDARD MAMM Hfe its the freshest can of coffee you can buy!

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