Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 15
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 15

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Page 15
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FRIDAY, MARCH II, 1966 T U C S O N DAILY CITIZEN PAGE IS --Citizen Photo 3y Bill Hopkins 'Flying Into Spring 9 Miss Lucille Behlke (center) and Mrs. Robert Traficante get an admiring glance from American Airlines Capt. George Shoemaker as they preview styles to be shown at the Sears Fashion and Wig Show Tuesday. "Flying Into Spring" is the theme of the event, sponsored by the Medical Secretaries Society of Pima County. The 7:30 p.m. show is. open to the public. Mrs. Bettie Markley is fashion corry- mentator. Mrs. Lou Colin Named Chairman -Citizen Photo Mrs. Lou Cohn Mrs. Lou Cohn · has been named chairman of the Angel Ball sponsored by the Tucson section of the National Council of Jewish Women. The ball-will be held Saturday, May 10 at the Pioneer International Hotel. Festivi- . ties will begin -with cocktails at 6:30 p.m. and dinner at 8. The Angel Ball is the annual dinner dance to honor contributors to the National Council of Jewish Women's Thrift Shop. Its theme will be "Heavenly Elegance." Assisting Mrs. Cohn will be Mrs. Irwin Rosman. Other committee chairmen are Mrs. Al Gallen, decorations; Mme's. ·Edward Chesin, and 'Fred Jacobs,'invitations; Mrs. Edward B e r g e r ; publicity; Mmes. David Batavia and Mandell White, seating chairmen; and Mmes. Memll-Hol- pert arid Leon Goodman, advisors; The Tucson section, cf the National Council of Jewish Women is an organization of approximately 450 women who provide service to the community through a program of education, service and social action. The public is welcome to attend the ball. Reservations may be made by contacting Mrs. Jerold Sorkin, 3529 N. Christmas Place. Sun Chaise .. This high quality sun chaise is a regular $50.00 value so there is a 25% savings on this special purchase. When you come out to the store you will also find a nice variety in outdoor dining sets and some handsome pieces in other patio furniture lines. One floor sample set consisting of a round table and four chairs is specially priced at $99.00 for the five pieces! Much of our new spring merchandise'^ is also in stock from " HENREDON, DAVIS CABINET CO., and other fine furniture lines. You'll find it interesting to browse through our idea filled store . . . and we'll be glad to assist you in any way we can. Professional decorating help is $ 37.50 at Hay- a customer service den's. If you are looking for a handsome sofa bed in Spanish/ Mediterranean styling be sure to put us on your shopping list ... we have a handsome one in stock now that is sure to be just what you are looking for. Need phone information? Dial 6235728 and see if we don't have ithe answer for fake Prince Rood Exif off Freeway to 4 Cross Under Freeway at Prince Mile South of Prince on Freeway Service CLUB NEWS 'Problems Of Modern Youth To Be Discussed By Panel A panel discussion on "Problems of Modern Youth 1 ' will be presented Monday by the St. Frances Cabrini Catholic Church Guild. The 8 p.m. discussion panel will include Rabbi Marcus Breger from Congregation An- shei Israel, the Rev. David Sholin of St. Mark's Presbyterian Church and the Rev. Charles Rourke, representing the Church of All Saints. A question-and-answer per- io will follow the panel. The public is welcome to attend. The discussion will be held at St. Frances Cabrini Catholic School, 3201 E. Presidio Road. Refreshments will be served. o o o "Husband's Night" will be the theme of the Wednesday meeting of the Tucson Musical Arts Club. In honor of the husbands, a special program will follow the 8.p.m. meeting. Richard Caplin will provide vocal and guitar numbers. Mrs. Jacqueline H 011 is, choreographer of the Club chorus, will present dances. Irish Melodies will be sung by the chorus. Mrs. F. J. Baffert, chairman of hospitality, will serve refreshments. Mrs. W. S. Alcumbrac is hostess of the evening and Mrs. 0. W. Petering, club president, will preside. o o o Mrs. Ella M. Craven of Kansas City, Mo., a certified graphoanalyst, will be guest speaker at the Tuesday meeting of the woman's department of the Reorganized Latter - day Saints Central Church. Mrs. Craven's topic will be "The Need for the Science of Graphoanalysis in Our Modern World." She is a graduate of the International Society of Graphoanalysis of Chicago. Hostesses for the 7:30 p.m. meeting are . Mmes. Ward Becksted, Roy I. Benson, Glenn Bishop and Ed Blisxt. The public is welcome to attend. o o o Xi Eta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi international sorority will sponsor a gala Cal- ico Party and Box Supper tomorrow evening at 7. The party will be held at the Disabled American Veterans Hall, 1730 N. 1st Ave. o o o Pathologist Dr. Edward Brucker will speak on "The Shroud of Turrin," Monday evening at 8 at the Tucson Council' of Catholic Nurses' meeting. Pictures will bs shown and a discussion will follow the lecture. The meeting will be held at St. Joseph's Hospital and is open to the public. o o o The Mr. and Mrs. Club of Congregation Anshei Israel will hold a Fun Night tomorrow following the 9 p.m. meeting- The event will be held in the congregation's auditorium and is open to the public. Refreshments will be served. 0 0 0 Cootiette Clubs Nos. 116, 550, 551 and 607 will hold a joint installation Sunday afternoon at 2. The event will be held at 1730 N. 1st Ave. o o o The Thursday meeting of Licensed Practical Nurses will feature a showing of wigs and hair pieces. The meeting will be held at the YWCA, 738 N. 5th Ave.. at 7:30 p.m. All practical nurses are welcome, o o o Sahuaro Lodge of B'nai B'rith will present its second lecture in the educational program of the Institute of Judaic Culture Sunday morning at 10. Joseph Zashin will discuss the Book of Job and Israel A. Melnick will review Archibald MacLeish's Pulitzer prize-whining play, "J. B." The session will be held at the Jewish Community Center, 102 N. Plumer Ave., and is open to the public. o o o B'nai B'rith W o m e n ' s Greater Tucson Council will hold a party at the Indoor Sports and Good Sports club building, 1819 E. Prince Road Sunday. Mrs. Homer B. Chernin, community service chairman for the council, is coordinator of the 4 p.m. party. So What's New for Spring? So this ... the new Socialites Jet Set . . . with a young little heel that's just so right for every hour of your busiest days . . . Black, Red, Blue, Bone, Paleface, White and Black Patent. . . $ 1 6 BBIIS America's most famous Model T--the Tangier by Cobbles . . . light and supple .. . cushioned soft ... on a spirited stacked heel . . . slimming T-sfrap flattery . . . Red, Black, Paleface, Bone, White and Black Patent $14. Southern Arizona's Largest Selections of famous Red Cross, Gobbles and Socialities Downtown El Rancho Center 136 E. Pennington 3396 E. Speedway El Rancho Ctr. Store Open Every Week Nite Till 9 The auxiliary to the American Legion, Morgan McDermott Unit No. 7 and the 40 and 8 will hold a joint St. Patrick's Day dinner at 6:30 tonight at the legion home, 300 N. Main Ave. Dinner chairman is Mrs. Grady Young. The initiation of new members of Unit No. 7 will follow a business meeting beginning at 8. Refreshments will be served after the initiation. All interested winter visitors are welcome to attend. Mrs. Robert Bright will preside. DELUXE NEW FURNITURE ITIM moit btiutlful thlriis yeul hivi tvir looked it. I havn I furnished tiom«s for famous [doctor*, UwytrSi banktn. etc.;] II furnlshtd Tht Palicti Tuc-l I son'i most deluxe apti. wltM lover 1100,000 worth el our tx-j Iquultt furniture; 14-yrs. ml Tucson. LOW-LOW PRICES! I You can shop until you *r I worn out I you can't beat myl 1 prices. NOTHING DOWN (t [approved credit). 3 yean t I pay. Open Weekdays, »-»; Sun-| (day 10-t. RICHARDSON'S WAREHOUSE of QUALITY FURNITURE 5045 E. SPEEDWAY Mrs. Frank Godbout of Tucson, Department Commander for the Disabled American Veterans Auxiliary, will make her official visit to Auxiliary 4-2 Monday. Other officers in the department will also be special guests at the .12:30 p.m. luncheon meeting to be held at the Round Up Restaurant, 1527 E. Benson Highway. All members are welcome to attend: Mrs. Hersal Catlin is program chairman and Mrs. Don Robinson is unit commander. OLD'S AT YOUR GROCERS "Our 57th Anniversary, 190W9M" ARNOLD'S ^* PICKLE ft OLIVE CO. NDWQN DDN'TMISSIT* Murray+Bryant 415 N. SIXTH AVE. / 792-3950 Se Habla Espanol Carpet Path* ami Spots Easily Removed ... without cleaning waiMO-waii. Blue Lustre tar- pet Shampoo leaves nap open and fluffy. Rent easy-to-use electric Shampooer for $1 a day at Gallant-Carroll. Z5JS E. 4th St. -- J1MJT1 PETERSON RECt/NER Triple chrome plated stttl cpnstruction * Double safety locking · 4-paiition seat · Safety belt · Brake · Heavy duty wheels · Choice of colors · Removable tray end basket · 3-position canopy. Rtg. $24.98 Sale M9 98 MAR-LENS BABY FURNITURE 3535 E. Speedway 32S-75H FEW DAYS ONLY FURS UNCLAIMED FROM STORAGE : BEING SOLD Unheard of Prices on New and Used Furs Here Is the story of these fun: Furriers from time to time, get "stuck" with furs unclaimed from storage. Right Way Cleaners has a large group of furs, consigned by a large furrier which will go at fantastic prices in the Tucson area. Also many NEW one-of-a-kind furs from- regular stock will go at very low prices. Imagine buying a nearly, new fur stole for only $15.00 and up and fur collars for $5.00 and, up. Many of these furs are ex 1 pensive furs and are being sold' at ridiculous prices. These furs' really look NEW but must be labeled "second-hand used." If" you want to buy a "good" $15.0t and up bargain in a fur you'd better come early. Fur products, labeled to show country of origin of imported furs. Fur Coats, Jackets, Scarfs and Stoles will go at low, low prices. A deposit wfll hold your layaway. Furs on sale for limited time, open front J A.M. to 5 P.M. Right Wajt Cleaners 2500 Miracle Mile Road. Phone 623-S962. CUSTOM Upholstering Special Purchase New Patterns Fabric ¥2 Price! FREE ESTIMATES Our rtprtJtntitlvi will bt ·(·· t» call at your htmt with Fabric Sample*. NO OBIlHtlMl EASY TERMS FVRWTVRE CO. 5302 E. 22nd Ph. 327-4*01 The nicest gifts come from you ... and n. 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