Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 17, 1967 · Page 14
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/AGE 14 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N WEDNESDAY, MAY Party Fetes New Zealanders Some 36 women from various parts of New Zealand will be in the Old Pueblo tomorrow. They will be guests of the Pima County Homemakers at the group's annual 4-H scholarship tea at 1:30 p.m. at Catalina Methodist Church. The visitors are members o f the woman's division of the Federated Farmers of New Zealand and are touring the United States and Canada. Mrs. Hannah Lundberg, international relations chairman for Pima County Homemakers, is in charge of arrangements. At the tea, winners of the 4-H scholarships to the University of Arizona will be presented. They are Jeanette Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garold Roberts, and Patty Martin, daughter of the Jerome B. Martins. Jeanette is a graduate of Sunnyside High School, and will major in music and minor in history at UA. Patty, a member of the Wrightstown 4-H Club, will major in veterinary medicine. YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR Pueblos Plan Extravaganza \ Practicing For Goli Tourney ' Mrs Al Starr tees off at Tucson Country Club as Mmes. Keith Brown, Dell ' Urich and William Griffith (from left, behind) look on. The women are practic- iin- for activities Monday and Tuesday.when the Southern Division of the Wo* men's Golf Association of Arizona holds its annual best ball event at the club. : Last year, Randolph's mother-daughter team of Mmes. Urich and Starr tied for : first place with Mmes. Griffith and Brown, who represented TCC. Chairmen of -the event are Mrs. J. G. Phelan of Skyline Country Club and Mrs. Karel Slat- "meyer of El Rio. Over 100 entries are expected from Tucson, Douglas, Clifton, Jsafford, Yuma and Ajo. Play begins at 8:30 a.m. (Citizen Photo by Art Gras* berger). Red Cross Sets Welcome Tea All nursing services volunteers and staff of the Tucson chapter of the American Red Cross are welcome to attend a "Get Acquainted" tea tomorrow to meet the new director of nursing services, Mrs. Beryl Merrill. The 3 to 5 p.m. tea will be held in the chapter meeting room, 222 S. Cherry Ave. Manila Revisited: Nurse Tells Of Experiences Thursday, May 18 ARIES (Mar. 21 -- Apr. 1»): Stress ability to fulfill promises, obligations. Applies especially to lobs, errands, spe- . ciat tasks. Work routine may be upset. Others observe your actions during [ emergency- TAURUS (Apr. 2t -- May 20): Children need special atentlon. Day features abrupt changes. Realize routine Is due for shakeup . .don't be caught off guard. Accept changes. Don't battle progress. GEMINI (May 21 -- June 20): How you react to domestic crisis determines much of your future. Attitude obviously Is Important. Know this and respond accordingly. Don't overlook details. Be courteous, calm. CANCER (June 11 -- July 27): Important and essential that you gather facts. Relate Information to current situation. Don't run off in all directions at once. Some would like to confuse you. Don't let It happen. LEO (July 13 -- Aus. 22): Accent today on ability to choose real values. Be perceptive enough to discover the counterfeit. Don't fall prey to those who claim to know everything. Be intelligently skeptical. VIRGO (Aui. 23 -- Sept. 22): If you expect this to be a day of ease. . . you may be disappointed. Great pressure on you to make, announce decision. Others Insist on knowlns where you stand. Be nimble -- and quick! LIBRA (Sept. 23 -- Oct. 22): Useless to ry to oppose organized efforts. Instead, vork with groups, special clubs. Gain allies by handling responsibility. Cooperate In protects which benefit community. SCORPIO (Ort. 23 -- Nov. 21): What you give out today . . .comes back. Think about this -- act accordingly. Best to complete, to finish protects. Overcome tendency to be overl.y aggressive. Key is kindness, consideration^ SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 22 -- Dec. 2i): Highlight independence of thought, action. Be willing to take Initiative. Pioneer, break new around. Pressure exists on area of chart related to career, prestige and pride. CAPRICORN (Dec. 21 -- Jan. 1»: Emollons attempt to grab control of ogle. Be receptive without being foolish. Remain neutral In dispute involving older persons. Realize vou could be used as scapegoat. Be alert! AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 -- Feb. 1|): Ex- amlne sources of information. Be sure you are not receiving warmed-over stories Probe daep. Face truth even if unpleasant Eventually real knowledge makes you powerful. PISCES (F«h. 1» -- Mar. 20); Emphasis on publicity, the way you handle unusual situation. Consult expert. Steer clear of legal tangles. Know what you are doing - and why. Partner, mate may be upset. Go stowl IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY. . . yoj are sympathetic to needs of V. 1 ?; derdog. You attract people to you with their problems. You are better at helping others than when it comes to aiding yourself. GENERAL TENDENCIES: Cycle high 'for VIRGO, LIBRA, SCORPIO. Special word to PISCES: Don't step on any toes. Tendency is to be Impatient. Take time to avoid emotional bruises. Mrs. Edwin A. Deines will serve as chairman of the annual Summer Extravaganza sponsored by the Pueblo Junior Woman's Club. The daylong event will be held Wednesday, June 7, at Skyline Country Club. .Assisting Mrs. Deines will be Mrs. Frederick C. Moor III, tickets and reservations; Mrs. Ray Moehring, programs; Mrs. Hill Gettler, courtesies; Mrs. Michael Ilardo, publicity; Mrs. Bob G. Johnson, fashion show; Mrs. William Estes Jr., decorations; and Mmes. James Luker, Paul Engel and James Mueller, miscellaneous. The public is welcome to attend the party which will include bridge, buffet luncheon and a fashion show. NURSING HOMES: "A FULLER LIFE" Mrs. Edwin Deines A donation of $5 per person will be requested. Reservations may be made with Mrs. Moor, 5565 E. Fairmount St. MEDICAL AND NURSING SERVICES, dietary planning, and physical and occupational therapy maintain optimuml h fTM th of nursing home patients, contributing to a tuHer Me for our aging citizens. Visit A Nursing Home Patient NURSING HOME WEEK MAY 14-20 PERMANENTS RES. $10.... REG. $15... FROSTINGS JJ50 8 50 CUYCItOFTHUISIIICHOIIE FUNCINE'S NU1SWG MNE " c "» ltM136 ]V"S^" C ""' PEVOK MILES NUKSIK NOME HOUSE IY THE SIDE OF THE ROM ClSOE.CtmtM. lll7E.A4tliUeDr. IIVISINC HUE Children's Haircut . Shampoo And Set fr/rs. William Wedding Gar den Club Council Elects Mrs. William F. Wedding will assume her duties Friday as president of the Tucson Council of Garden Clubs. · The 12:30 p.m. luncheon will be held at the Tack Room, 2800 N. Sabino Canyon Road. Mrs. Harry E. Pratt, president of the Arizona Federation of Garden Clubs, will serve as installing officer. - Others taking office will be Mrs. John H. Tedford, vice president; Mrs. James S. Reynolds, secretary; and Mrs. Mark C. Burke, treasurer. I Mrs. Secor Heads Church Fellowship '· Mrs. R. R. Secor has been installed as president of the Women's Fellowship of the G a s a s Adobes Community Congregational Church. ^Others taking office were Mrs. Lynn Folger, vice president; Mrs. Donald Makarov, recording secretary; Mrs. Er- «wof Goodvfin corres n ondin £ ' secretary; and Mrs. Mark H. Bauman, treasurer. The ceremony was held last Tuesday at the church. By SUE GILES Citizen Staff Writer "The quickest way to walk across a street in Manila is to forgel it -- and take a taxi," says Lt. Col. Madeline Ullom (USA, ret). "I know it sounds mad, but the traffic is absolutely wild -- it even tops the congestion in Rome," she adds. A seasoned world traveler, Miss Ullom is one of eight Army nurses who recently traveled to Manila for the four-day observance of the 25th anniversary of the battles of Bataan and Corregidor. What are some of the im- «««,..:/-.nr nf IIOT niltrrtmaap*' uicaoiviio vi. *i»^* i"*a»*"---o -- "The many changes, of course, are startling. I expected some, but I was still surprised. There used to be so many horse-drawn carriages, and now you see only a few. The Filipinos have converted old jeeps into small buses, painted them brightly and attached streamers. "Thousands of these little b u s e s zip around, even though the streets are torn with construction. And new hotels are everywhere." Miss Ullom found it difficult to pinpoint the most notable events during her visit, since "So many wonderful things were done for us." Those members of the American Defenders of Bataan and Corregidor who attended the observance were met at the plane fay Filipinos carrying leis. Then the road along the two-hour drive from Manila to Bataan was lined with small children waving flags w h i c h r e a d , "Welcome, Thank You." "I barely mentioned thai 3 was anxious to eat some special small bananas which grew there, and the next thing I knew, a large basket appeared in my room. These little thoughtful gestures showed up continually throughout my stay." Miss Ullom and her fellow defenders were presented deeds to small plots of land on the monument at Mt. Sa- mat. * During the dedication ceremony at Corregidor, the Philippine Army Air Corps flew over and dropped mementos which read: "We pledge to uphold in peace what you died for in war." How did she feel returning to Manila after 25 years? "I had mixed emotions -.happiness to be back and sadness for those who died there." The spry nurse endured three years of imprisonment there, at the end of which time she weighed 80 pounds. But with her delightful sense of humor she quickly adds, "I had such fun gaining it back." One of the first places she wanted to see upon arrival in Manila was Santo Tomas University, which the Japanese used as an internment camp during the war. "I looked for my old quarters, only to find they are now the vice rector's office! And the building is air-conditioned these days. 1 ' Surrounded in her Tucson home by Japanese prints and Philippine hand-carved furniture, Miss Ullom is equally at ease recalling the past and chatting about her present and future plans as a retired nurse. Nationally Advertised Permanents Hair Cutting for Women Children by Frank Locke NINE EXPERIENCED OPERATORS TO SERVE YOU OPEN WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY EVES. LOCKE'S BEAUTY SHOP MM E. 22nd. (1 block west of Country Club) EA «-3424 The children go together in Florence-Eiseman Advertisement Your Horoscope Now Day by Day from Electronic Computer Computed from Actual Birth date-Not Merely from Zodiac Sign Now the electronic computer, latest wonder of science, has gone to work for astrology. 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