Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 16
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 16

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, April 30, 1963
Page 16
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PAGE 16 T U C S O N D A I L Y CITIZEN TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL'30,'1963 Mayo Party Slate Saturday Night MRS. MAYFIELI) Fiestas de Mayo of Tucson will be celebrated Saturday night at El' Casino ballroom; · 443 E. 26th St., Oscar H. Stevens,: chairman, announced today. The festival is held to commemorate, tlie anniversary of the Mexican' Army's victory over Maximilian's Army at Puebla, Mexico, in 1862. . Guests of honor will be local city and county government officials, Mexican government officials and other dignitaries. Also to be honored will be Miss Angie Val- encia, queen of the Tucson Festival · Society's "Fiesta de la Placita. 1 ' . Entertainment will be presented by Luis Perez Meza, singer and movie star from Mexico City and an accompanying mariachi group. The celebration will be held from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., with the official program starting at 11 p.m. Carlos Hampe, of the Mexican government tourism department, will be the featured speaker. Stevens will be master of ceremonies. EVERYONE SAVES ON PRESCRIPTIONS Whatever your age, you, too, get Walgreens absolutely LOWEST PRESCRIPTION PRICE. Walgreens has no "discount plan" restricted to any one age group with 15% or 20% higher, prices to the othejs. EVERY Walgreen prescription customer gets the FULL WALGREEN SAVINGS. No "Club"'cards*.*no gimmicks, * .just LOW PRESCRIPTION PRICES. Get Walgreens price on your prescription and see how you save! You Can't Deny Yourself DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD: Why can't I be a nothing? I don't want to be anything and let me explain. Not long ago I was asked what I was religious-wise. I said, "Nothing." I was told, "Oh, yes, you're something." Next, "Are you a Catholic? A Jew?" My answer, "No." "Well then, you're a Protestant." . . 1 protest. I'm not sure that I'm an agnostic or even an atheist. I'm a nothing. And if I don't want to be anything, why can't 1 be a nothing? It's a state of being over which 1 have no control. GRANDMA AT 55 DEAR GRANDMA: Is you is or is you ain't? In which case you likely ain't But you see, you ARE. Anc being a being, you think. And, thinking, you have some opinion about who you are and why you are where you're headed. Doing something about you makes you a some thing--puts you in control. I would hope, at 55, you are doing something--which you see, means, you can't be a nothing. Clear? MOLLY MAYFIELD * * * GOOD EVENING to Wilford R. Richardson of Safford--Molly. * * » Lots Of Time Ahead DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD: I am terrified at the thought of being an old maid. I am 20 and have had but two dates in my whole life. Both dates boy. were with the same Several people have told me I am attractive. I am quiet and have quite an inferiority complex. This date wanted to do nothing but park and neck. I said no. And that's the last I heard of him, 'I'm not the kind to play missing games. He told me he ot the message that I'm a decent girl and that most boys don't like decent girls. I do regret saying no to him, jut what is the world corning :o if the average American boy is like this? BABS DEAR BABS: Fortunately, the average American boy is more than ape. There are too many of the kind you describe, but there are others who care no more for playing kissy face than you do. Evidently your circle of friends is small. Ask relatives and girl friends «ti help you meet more men. You'll find a decent one yet in '-he lot. MOLLY MAYFIELD So Hard, But So Right DEAR MRS. MAYFIELD: .. "David's" letter abou being hopelessly in love with his sister-in-law struck- me like, reading my own biography. I am a sister-in-law in the same position. In fact, my brother-in-i=vw let me know- when I became engaged to his brother that he was interested. His marriage v;a.sn't too happy and now that he's a widower, he acts interested t'gain. He is very proper about it all and though I've been happily married for 14 years, he has madi; quite an inroad. But I have high standards and don't believe for a Bioment in building happiness on the unhappiness of others (his children, my hus- bpnd and our children). I am definitely torn in two directions when I see my brother-in-law. (He lives 2,000 miles away.) All three of us are unusually well-educated, and convinced there is no substitute for high morals and HUMPHREY HUSH MADWAE BUTTtRFLY Callouses Pain, Burning, Tendemes on Bottom of Feet For fast, grateful relief, get Dr. Scholl'a Zino-pada. ThBy also remove callouses one of the quickest ways known to medical science. WScholls lino-pads doing the best always for the most concerned--and not for just the moment. David has my sympathy. BELOVED SISTER-IN-LAW DEAR BELOVED: I suppose it's nonsense to suppose people won't fall. Pedestals of propriety crash all around us. But it is plain good sense to stand and, standing there, help someone else onto his feet again. To you and Dave, and others who could but won't, unfurl the flag. 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