Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 14
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 14

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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PAGE If T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MARCH II, 194* SMOKING Heaithwise-- Fat Is Better? LOS ANGELES --«V- Folks who refuse to give up smoking for fear of getting fat would be healthier if they were chubby and smokeless, according to two experts on obesity. Smoking, they report, is much harder on a person than being slightly overweight. Dr. E. S. Gordon, professor of medicine at the University of Wisconsin, and Dr. Jean Mayer, professor of nutrition at Harvard University, told a symposium on obesity yesterday that the problem of ex- M^A^U.A *·»*· ««· la*»iYAlu Karad!. vcaoiw Jiav *a *wu.^v-»j «·**»«-!« tary anyway. "Everybody has a weight ;th"at's 'normal' for him, but there is no positive way of .being sure just what it is," i-Dr. Gordon said. , "This s o - c a l l e d normal w e i g h t doesn't necessarily correspond with the actuarial "tables of the insurance companies," he added. ; 'They said that smoking a pack of cigarettes a day is . about as bad for a person as '.being 90 pounds overweight, . and that persons who refuse to give up smoking, honing "to remain slim, are making a-serious tactical error in the battle to live longer. '. Dr. Gordon also said that the common assumption that ·overweight shortens life has, Royal Pair Honeymoons In Secret ^·AMSTERDAM, Netherlands ; ^4B--Crown Princess Beatrix ind her prince consort honey- "·-mooned in secret today, hid- i;den from the world. ; · The royal palace refused to -.;divulgue the honeymoon loca- Mion. Nor would it confirm --Tumors that the radiant prin- "cess and Glaus Van Amsberg ·"went "westward" when they Meft by car after iheir mar- ·-nage yesterday. , ^IThe civil ceremony at city ^Jhall and the glittering religi- o*us service afterward took place amid a mixture of fes- 'livity and angry protest. Royalty from many European countries attended the ceremony arid a c r o w d of about 80,000 cheered the couple along the procession route. But police used clubs to beat Jack about 1,000 youths shouting slogans against the bridegroom, who once served in ffitler's army. Seven smoke 2»mbs were thrown during ihe procession. .? Beatrix, 28, and her handsome" 39-year-old h u s b a n d ·broadcast radio and television statements, afterward recognizing the bitter feelings that remain from the five years that the Nazis occupied the country. -' "Many in,the past have suffered immensely," she said. "We want to commemorate mis respectfully on this day which brings so much happiness to us. These pains have been suffered for all of us." Her husband, who by royal decree became Prince Glaus of the Netherlands, said: "I know that some of you cannot find peace with our mar- .riage... I know that the ·Dutch people in World War II suffered beyond compare and nobody can make this past .undone, but I ask you to give us a chance to build up a Inew future together with all of you." strictly speaking, never been proved. "What has been done," he said, "is to compare the death rates of say, 1,000 fat men and 1,000 thin men, or men of normal weight. "But in order to reach any conclusion, it would be necessary to compare the death rates of 1,000 fat men and 1,000 men who had been fat but who had thinned down and stayed thin," he explained. Both experts said they didn't mean to imply that being fat is good for someone, but only to make it clear they don't agree with the current concern with being overweight. "Anyway," Dr. Mayer said, "the real reason everybody's so interested in his weight has little to do with health. People go on these goofy diets because they think they look better thin." He said the kind of reducing most people try -- alternately eating too little and later stuffing themselves -- is the "rhythm method of girth control," and probably worse for their health than being a little fat all the time. On the matter of heredity, Dr. Mayer said: "If neither of your parents was fat, you have only seven chances in 100 of being fat yourself. If one parent was fat, the chances of your being fat are 40 in 100. But if both parents were fat you have 80 chances in 100 of being fat." Part of this, he explained, is also because of family habits rather than genetics, but heredity still plays the major role. Dr. Hall To Speak To AREA Dr. Ruth Hall, president of the American Home Economics Association (AHEA) and director of home economics at the University of Arizona, will address members of the Arizona Home Economics Association at their annual meeting Friday and Saturday, March 18 and 19. The conclave will be held at the Pioneer International Hotel. Mrs. Mary Alice Davis of Tucson is convention chairman. Activities for March 18 will include registration, a hospitality hour and banquet. Plans for March'19 include election and installation of officers. Mrs. Elaine McNally, consumer specialist for the federal Food and Drug Administration in Los Angeles, will speak on information for the consumer and consumer groups. Members of the Arizona Poultry Federation will serve as hostesses at a coffee hour on March 19. Home economists in the Tucson area may contact Mrs. Emily Strahler, 5643 E. 4th St., for reservations. Tri Deltas Set Installation Wednesday Mrs. John Marohn, 6901 E. Baker St., will open her home Wednesday when Delta Delta Delta alumnae install new officers. Mrs. John F. Hoppstetter is president; Mrs. Robert E. Hastings Jr., vice president; Miss Dottie Burnett, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Richard Bogue, recording secretary, and Mrs. Joseph Barkenbush, treasurer. Mmes. Roger Cole and Thomas Epperson are hostesses for the evening. YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR SATURDAY, MARCH 12 ARIES (MARCH II TO AfRIL .11) Communications may tend to become tied up. Be careful with written, spoken word. Be sure Instructions are clearly understood. Gain shown If you read between the lines. TAURUS (APRIL M TO MAY N) Mysteries could be solved. Means questions can be answered. Probe deeply. Riddle can unravel and provide valuable' Information. Key Is betas versatile. Be curious. Ask questions! GEMINI (MAY 11 TO JUNE 20) One you admire may urse drastic actions. Realize that mere brooding -Is worthless. Be "In touch" with friends. Cycle has been higher in past. Observe, listen and wait. CANCER (JUNE 21 TO JULY 22 Tying loose ends Is constructive activity. Means piece together bits of information. Knowledge flashes. You learn. Co-worker or one who serves you aids. Express gratitude. LEO (JULY 23 TO AUG. 22) Money question can be resolved. Talk with loved one helps, clear the air. Pursue creative endeavors. Bring forth original ideas. Work on them. Meet people who can help. VIRGO (AUC. 21 TO SEPT. 22) Avoid self-deception. Be truthful with yourself. Applies to mate or partner's finances. Also applies to condition at home. Start rebuilding -- on a solid foundation. LIBRA (SEPT. 2 JTO OCT. 21) There could be legal misunderstanding, loophole. Be thorough In study of leases, contracts, special permissions. Telephone call or short iourney may be necessary. SCORPIO (OCT. 23 TO NOV. 21) Practical matters dominate. Important to keep appointments. Study ways of self Improvement. Realize your potential Is great. But you must do something about It! SAGITTARIUS (NOV. 22 TO DEC. 11) Good lunar aspect stresses added Independence of thought, action. Excellent for meeting people. Put best foot for- Now Then More on How to Buy HOPE WIG This label on a wig at our store Made of 100% Human Hair '1 I Indicates it is an Oriental Hair Wig. These Wigs Sell For $38.00 $48.00 $58.00 There Again: This Label Indicates Our VERY VERY Best Wig. 100 % European Human Hair Made in France Please Note: The Word "European," this is the magic when you buy o wig from us 1,500 GREEK STAMPS Sf ,££, 4410 E. SPEEDWAY 795-1588 or 795-1859 OPEN Mon. thru Fri. 9 to 9; Sat. 9-6; Sun. 12-6 . . A A A A A A A A. A. A ward. Dress glamour!. In best fashion. Accent CAPRICORN (DEC. M TO JAN. 1») Dont hide from basic facts.' There could be delays In' family, protects. There are also reasons. Be analytical,' truthful. Then you feel better. Loved ones also benefit from truth. AQUARIUS (JAN. X TO FEB. II) Demand money's worth. Means obtain full value. Others may tend to fry taking advantage of you today. Know fhls -- be prepared. Defend your own best Interests. PISCES (FEB. It TO MARCH M) Wrap up details of financial agreement. If you continue to let matters slide . . . you Invite delay, loss. Fine evening for socializing. Let friends know you appreciate t hem. IF TODAY IS YOUR ilRTHDAY . . . you possess fine sense of humor, can find new ways of accomplishing goals. Your primary Interest can find expression in area of public relations. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high for Sagittarius, Capricorn. Special word to Leo: Accept fact that loved ones have'lives of their own. Carpet Paths and Spots Easily Removed ... without cleaning wall-to-wall. Blue Lustre Carpet Shampoo leaves nap open and fluffy. Rent easy-to-use electric Shampooer for $1 a day at Gallant-Carroll. 25JSE «tlSt. -- 35W371 Luncheon Reservations Necessary Mrs. David Prouty, chairman of the Smith College Patio Tour, has announced that advance reservations are necessary for the buffet luncheon at Skyline Country Club tomorrow. The tour of homes in the Skyline area is open to the public, as is the luncheon. However, tour tickets do not include luncheon. Tour tickets may be obtained at Steinheimer's or the Book Mark. Luncheon reservations may be made with Mrs. Prouty, 4940 Calle Esquina, or Mrs. Hollis Martin, 4915 Camino Real. Coffee Hostesses Selected Mrs. Bernard Friedman and Mrs. Harry Ransom will serve as cohostesses at a coffee to be given Thursday, March 17, at Mrs. Ransom's home, 1149 W. Samalayuca Drive. The coffee will be from 10 a.m. to noon. All mothers of students at Harelson School have been invited to attend. Plans will be discussed for furthering the Peace Corps school - to - · school project which Harelson School, the Tucson Woman's Club and the local Peace Corps are cosponsoring. Students at the school have raised over $300 from bake sales and a magic show. It is hoped that more money will be raised through gifts donated to the Peace Corps project. These gifts have been donated by Ted DeGrazia, President and Mrs. Lyndon Johnson, Vice President Hubert Humphrey, former U.S. Sen. Barry Goldwater, Secretary of the Interior Stewart Udall, U.S. Rep. Morris Udall, former Vice President Richard M. Nixon, State Sen. Edward Kennedy, U.S. Rep. John Rhodes, Astronaut Col. Frank Borman, Mrs. Sargent Shriver, Tom Ellinwood, Gov. and Mrs. Sam Goddard and U.S. Sen. Paul Fannin. , Advertisement Look Younger Remarkable improvements in complexion beauty, are attained by s-k i n vitalizing. Wrinkles are smoothed and the skin texture takes on a glorious refined bloom and an English countryside look. Before retiring, smooth on a film of isotonic Olay vitalizing night cream using upward and outward massaging strokes. Drug stores are able to supply this special vitalizing cream. . ... Margaret Merril fURS AND FASHION 5721 E. BROADWAY AX 8-1345 Between Craycroft Wilmot the "lady of fashion" look Ifs yours when you shop at Mr. Brett's . . . because each dress is handpicked with great care for its individuality. Sketched is only one of a selected group of Suits and Costumes priced from $40 to $110. Come and see them! You'll be the QUEEN of the PROM in a MR. BRETT Formal USE YOUR MR. BWUVK CHARGE FUR STORAGE VAULT And The Most Modern Cleaning and Glaring Facilities in Tucson FREE STORAGE with Restyling Your Tucson Furrier Mr. Brett OPEN EVERY FRIDAY NIGHT TILL 9 P.M. Prominent Tucsonians Open Homes For Tour The homes of five prominent Tuc- sonians will be open to the public Sunday, March 27, when the Woman's League of the Tucson Art Center holds its Fine Arts Home Tour Show. The homes of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grunewald, 2103 E. 3rd St.; Mr. and Mrs. Clay Lockett, 5930 N. Piedra Seca; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Douglas, 4755 E. Ft. Lowell Road; Mr. and Mrs. Paul F. Bauder, 4775 Camino Antonio; and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Chiappetta, 85 E. Calle Primorosa, will be featured. Docents of the Tucson Art Center will conduct the tours, with the emphasis on art objects within the homes. Tour hours are from noon to 4:30 p.m. Refreshments will be served. The public is welcome and tickets may be purchased at the Tucson Art Center, 325 W. Franklin St., or at the homes on the day of the tour. SP Auxiliary Sets Fashion Slww Southern Pacific Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will sponsor a benefit spring jewelry fashion show at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the Tucson Woman's Club, 317 W. Alamtda St. Tara jewelry will be featured at the show. Mrs. Betty Moores, Tara representative, and her staff will be in charge of the showing. The Canyon Del Oro Min- strofc will, entertain during intermission. Models will be Mmes. E. A. Frick, Ted S. Mes, James C. Guyton, Clark Mullins, Joe Kirsch, Frank Beam, Gordon Manning, Robert Frick, Alice Spurlock, Olga Barnes and J. T. Jones. Proceeds will help furnish the new women's ward at the hospital The hospital to no longer private. The public is welcome to attend the show. Presenting TIME . . . at Dorson's THiTTXTCTOCTFR C A ... for umir L^aiter C^ntertainina '.·if Dorson's proudly presents Hooker Castano . . . you'll serve your Easter dinner so proudly with this stately group. There's a hint of old Spain in this heavily carved design, but its versatile elegance is superbly at home anywhere. The woods.are Liso Hickory veneers in a rich brown finish. Design has a Spanish flair, but it's so versatile it's perfectly at home in colonial, rural English and traditional room schemes. These big, beautfiully made pieces are in open-stock so that you can assemble your room, large or small, trje way you want it. See Castano soon at Dorson's and be ready for Easter entertaining. ' Oval fable and two leaves 66" by 44" extends to 102" $159. Buffet $195. Hutch $195. Arm chair Side chair China cabinet complete $289. Cane-back arm chair $55. Trestle table 66" by Cane-back side chair 44" extends to 102" $195. Open Mon. and Fri. til 9 p.m. £»1 ?Sls'§ 1 1 Dorson 5725 East Broadway 30, 60, 90 Day Terms--Longer If You Wish Use Your Valley Bank Credit Card Phone 296-2361

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