Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 20
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 20

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 11, 1966
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PAGE 20 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, MARCH II, IfU Dr. Alvarez Dr. Water C. .Ahrartx h «f the May» Cltak wd K jrslessw o! aj«B- of Ike Mtyo Fonndatioa. Retirement I get so many hard-to-answer letters from people like the woman who wrote, "I have sinusitis and would like to know just where I should go in the Southland. Should it be Florida or Arizona or Southern California? Where is there a good city where I might locate? Are there any colonies for older people there? How much would small house cost? I am happy to see there now is a book which satisfactorily answers many of these questions. The book by Joseph C. Buckley is titled "The Retirement Handbook" (published by Harpers). It tells of the advantages of the several communities and states where now many old people are going looking for a home in which they can retire. As I always tell my questioners, don't buy a house or lot a day or two after you get there; that can be a most foolish and disastrous thing to do. So often the person who does that is victimized. I KNEW very well a man who went to a southern state and quickly bought himself a ranch with money that he borrowed from his father. First, he had to spend a lot of money clearing off brush and his father had to spend several thousand dollars to get an artesian well drilled to supply water for the farm and to build a house. And then disaster struck. The man planted a crop, but as soon as the little green tufts appeared above the soil they withered and died. My friend then talked to the old - timers in the neighborhood. They said every farmer in that valley knew that in this region the soil was so full of a powerful alkali that as soon as water was put oh the land the alkali came up and killed any vegetables present. AS MY FRIEND said, if he had only hung around the place, working for some rancher and chatting with him, he would soon have learned why that particular bit of land could grow only brush. Then he certainly would never have thought of buying it, and especially for an exorbitant price. I often have to tell people who are going south for their .health that, to be sure what they are getting into, they should live there for a year so as to ex* perience all four aeasons, as perhaps in a dry desert country. They might hate the sandstorms of April, the terrible electric storms of July, the bitter cold of winter or the great heat of summer -- and that would leave them with only the charm of a beautiful fall. Hodgkins Disease Recently, some English experts have maintained that many physicians are too pessimistic about Hodgkin's disease, which is a sort of a cancer of young and middle - aged people. They agree with Dr. H. 8. Kaplan of Stanford that the minute the disease is discovered it should be hit hard with powerful radiation. On looking over the records of 1,064 patients with Hodgkin'i disease whose course was watched, it was found that of the group in which treatment began at the earliest stage- in which it appeared to be localized -- 38.9 per cent of the patients survived at least 15 years. This compares with only 12.6 per cent who survived when the treatment had to be begi later -- when the disease hi entered the generalized, or scattered, stage. · I observed this sort of thing long years ago when my friends, the X-ray men, would get good results with the patients whom I sent them in the earliest stages, but poor results when I sent a man who was in a late stage -- with fever, itchy skin and signs of the disease all over his body. » More information about Hodgkin's disease and related diseases is available in Dr. Alvarez' booklet, "What We Know About Cancer." Send 25 cents and a self - addressed, stamped envelope to Dr. Walter C. Alvarez, care of the Tucson Dally Citizen. Bickei Concert Slated May 4 The Brandeis University Women's Committee of Tucson will sponsor a concert by Theodore Bickei May 4 in the University Auditorium. Bickei is best known for his portrayal of Baron Von Trapp in the Broadway version of "The Sound of Music." Reservations may be made, starting Tuesday, by calling Mrs. Harold Lessner, 6901 £. Soyaluna Place. one letter to each square, t* for* four ·rtinary words. CNOTH s / OWIID ' } , COOll Tl BT BEEDAT t \ ?E!*££!2£*"* f " f tmmmSiSSmm THE f ~ f ^ T* ^ ^^ PIP WHEN A MALE 6TRIK7-j WITH HB*. Now anrufttlw drcM letter* to form the suffri* answer* H ·urtcited by the afcrrt cartoon. k J I A^ J t PAtlU (Aai SAIOQN LACINO AMWtn Wlutt ion thfykod"^ i^fcl--MACK! Meat Plant FOes Bankruptcy Plea Glenn Hendcrshot, owner of Braogus Freezer Beef, has filed a petition for bankruptcy in U.S. District Court. Tbe retail meat plant operator,, who resides at 5240 E. 19th St., listed debts at $32,996 and assets at $1,010. Of the liabilities, $26,954 is in unsecured claims and $1,650 in secured claims. Ihe plant, located at 1340 E. Factory Ave., had been operated by Hendershot from May, 1965, through Jan. 31,1966. Represent Local Y Joe R. Metcalf and Clermont Loper will represent the YMCA of Tucson this weekend at the 32nd Pacific Southwest Area Council meeting at Sacramento, Calif. ·NOGALES BUS SERVICED GrtriwwMl TKintMl leave TUCSON for NOGALES 7:00, MS, 11:11 A-M. * »:»' ''« , HM, «!* t:M, »:W PJ*. leave NOGALES for TUCSON 7:00, :1S, 1I:M, 11:11 A.M. a. Ittt 3:90, 4iK, :N, 111!, 11:11 P.M. (It's fast and easy \. to Dial Direct. When you miss hearing his voice, his "Hi, Mom" brings him home again when you call Long Distance. Go ahead. Call now. Mountain States Telephone ·1ST 432-LD (10-65! LET'S GO WHCKK THR ACTION IS MONTEREY RECREATION CENTER mi ·. SPBIDWAY ·owiim . k» MuitlM . MHCIM - - - . CttitttHi RACING Enjoy the lickety-split action of greyhound racing. 11-Race pro- § ram Wed. thru Sun. P.M. Admission 50(i, Clubhouse 50 extra. Pari-Mutuel Wa* gering: Daily Double, Quiniela, "Big Q." TUCSON GREYHOUND PARK LIVELIEST SPOT , DANCING AND ENTERTAINMENT ·YTHE "MAKE iEUEVES" 4Y90* M» I. tPBIDWAY AX. MM1 Enjoyabl* Dining in a Charming Gay 90'$ Atmosphere G H O S T R A N C H L O U N G E The Slnfl'ngiit Place in Town ... featuring PAT O'DARE PIANO-ORGAN Styllnp Nightly Tuesday thru Saturday yMr hWt TONY HARRANT ·1 V. Minute Mile CM4N1 S. 4th Ave. at 36th St Rejenritlont 124-2)31 WORRY WART Dennis The Menace in the CITIZEN r* ] % CHICKEN MASHED POTATOES 14c HOT DOG 'h?tki ' COUNTY FAIR International Restaurant 5570 E. 22nd St. AT CRAYCROFT BILL'S LAST CHANCE TAVERN Delicious ITALIAN DINNERS, STEAKS ft CHICKEN COCKTAILS LIVE ENTERTAINMENT FRI. AND SAT. UM BENSON HWY. AT ALVERNON THE FABULOUS LOS ELEGANTES NOW PLAYING FRI.-SAT. ft SUN. NIGHTS Gus Andy's CRYSTAL PALACE 2000 Miracle Mite "TOPLESS THE BODY SHOP Featuring JERRY and JOHNNY Who Make The "GO GO GIRLS" Go With the HOTTEST Beat in Town COORS AND FALSTAFF ON TAP 2021 S. CRAYCROFT ADULTS ONLY NO COVER-NO MINIMUM SATURDAY SPECIAL 1/4 Fried Chicken Green Peas, Roll or Muffin, Coffee or Tea ... EA 5-5116 n 75' !1« N. ALVBRNON N. OP SPEEDWAY HOUR 111» 10 7iN 4:10 t* lit* Sun. A H»Itd»y !1:3» to 1:00 NOW-ANOTflER GREAT SHOW 4 SHOWS NIGHTLY 8-9:30-10:45-12 Restaurant Lounge 305 BENSON HIGHWAY (on the Freeway) RESERVATIONS: 6244461 Open 7 Nights A Week "Your Supermarket of Liquor" KMI «T BMT For Pirtta Plcnlci 510 NORTH 4th AVE MA 2-0272 86 PROOF OLD FORESTER "BLACK WHITE" SCOTCH COME SEE-COME SAVE! ' CLIFF NOISE 5121 N. ORACLE tO. NOW OPEN i Mi Maam Fran 11 AJL to 1 AJL Cateriac to Private Partlet Fraat X to IM DANCING NIGHTLY I* ANDIE t PHIL HMM 2174011 «r CHINESE AMERICAN FOOD Luncheon AA* Special Dally TV* OMN DAILY 1HN MB. M ItiH ».m. · BANQUET FAOLmES · CARRY OUT ORDERS 121-3311 1833 MIRACLE MILE 3TAURAN1 Italian foods at Their Finest! Served 5-!! »_M. Monday thro Sunder Home of "Homemade Lasagne" Featuring: · Veal Parmigiana · Veal ScaUopinl IN An AtmotMwn M OH itilri 4866 E. SPEEDWAY PH. 327-0222 REAL COUNTRY MUSIC EVERY FRIDAY * SATURDAY DANCING Pleasure Th* Ntw FUN IPOT M ttit atniM Hlwir THE RESTAURANT and LOUNGE 1527 BENSON HIGHWAY 2H-M7Z AMPLE PRH PARKING IN REAR RESTAURANT OPEN 24 HOURS )INING ROOM ancf LOUNGE 6505 TANQUE VERDE RO. C£lL R 2Q8-lflll TUCSON'S FINEST**"** DINING ROOM and Banquet Facilities The LOUIS WELK TRIO Entertaining Nightly 'miff said-All major credit cards accepted FRIDAY EVENING -- TRY OUR SEAFOODARAHA · SEA FOOD and · 72 FISH SALAD BAR ENTREES Pfus Our Famous Salad Bar HOURS: 6 A.M.-10 P.M. DAILY PIANO BAR 'TIL 1AJW. TUBS. THRU SAT. BANQUET AND CATERING FACILITIES CLIFF MANOR MOTOR HOTEL 5900 N. Oracle Goifing-Par Three CY7-1111 Hoofn Horn 740 W. MIRACLE MILE Dance/and of Tucson Featuring Song Stylist SYLVIA PRICE Los Latinos Steaks and Sea Food Banquet ft Party Facilities 622-2603 Dance Combo RICHIE'S GIANT PORK TENDERLOIN SANDWICH . . and we mean GIANT! Full quarter pound of juicy, tender pork fried to a golden brown; served on a giant 5" toasted bun with mustard, pickle, onion, lettuce and tomato! FOR CARRY OUT ORDERS CALL EA 6-8083 Richie's Drive In 2712 E. 22nd St. HOME OF THE GIANT RICH1EBURGER ! VIVA! Attendance Records Broken at the Blue Note with "THE SWINGING 4 SENORITAS" Direct from Mexico City with your Favorite Latin American Songs. For Your Dancing Listening Pleasure 3118 East Speedway Ph.: 327-9949 ORDERS TO TAKE OUT Party Room Available DAILY SPECIALS Merchant's LUNCH -FOR THIS WEEK ONLY- REGULAR $155 CHINESE DINNER Soup, Golden Pheasant Special Egg Roll, Fried Won Ton, Pork Chow Mete, Chicken Foo Young, Ham Fried Rice. For 3 add: Beef ChoW Yoke. For 4 add: Pineapple Chicken. $150 Tea and Cookies--Per Pertea * PHEASANT 3234 E. Speedway Ph. 327-719? BUFFET LUNCHEON Served Monday Thru Friday 1 1 :30 urn. ta 2:00 p.m. Special TaMw I w Dutch Treat . . . Match . . . and King aid Ojutea. Call for Reservattow. 95'ro $ 1.25 BOB DURST "The Rajah * Ragtime" Entertaining Nightly in Our COCKTAIL LOUNGE i:M p.m. to i:M a.m. Wtjtt Coafrett at Freeway Phone I2J-8W4 ttockwaflN-Mfef 11:90 to *:00 nit ta a wnfctaf ·*·'* Mil! Wad., ThMrt., Friday, Sat ASM. 4:30 'HI 1:00 Our Dfaaw aoMfaaaiMnl Children 1.00 A/t«: 0«r 14 ritriwwiti »rt tlw*n The $1.75 COUNTY FAIR International Reetaurant 5570 E. 22nd St. Hwr*-!!:* It till. 11:N If f:W hi. A $«. CtoiM Mwriayt MEXICAN AND ITALIAN FOODS Special Luncheon Menu Starting at 80« Served Every Day 12 to 4 P.M. COCKTAIL HOUR 4 TO 7 P.M. IN The MARGARITA ROOM Tucson'! Most Beautiful Cocktail Lounge, Complimentary bors d'oeuvrei, All Popular Drinki Specially Priced OPEN EVERY DAY All Feod Prepared To Carry Oat Carte Blanche · America* Exprew Cardi Paintings on display in Rock Room by Marco Murolo PHONE 298-6241 · 5632 E. SPEEDWAY BLVD. See our Cvmpiete Menu for: STEAKS-CHOPS SEAFOODS and of course . . . COMPLETE CHINESE DINNERS Specializing in Authentic CHINESE and AMERICAN FOOD ··Mint RMm Pidlifiu AvillaM* · Prompt Cirry Out OrMn Business Men's Lunch George and Emily Jacob Announce The Opening of The Palomino Steak Home Cocktail Lounge Serving The FINEST in BEEF and SEAFOOD Prepared by Chef ALGERBER Dinners Served from 5 P.M. to 12 A.M. Music Nightly in Our Piano Bar By LEO, HOPE ft JOHNNY The Cocktail Lounge Featuring NORMAN SALOT EARNEST ANTHONY Your Master Mixologists of Favorite Potables From 11 A.M. to 1 A.M. For Reservations CORNER SWAN Ph. 3254413 EAST FT. LOWELL EMBERS The Sentafiono/ Featuring OTCKI DONAE _ 5fJL?£'I? f s __^.___ DON'T MIK OU* ROCKING SUNDAY AFTERNOON JAM SESSION 3 p.m. fill ., . LIVE ENTERTAINMENT ft DANCING NIGHTLY 3424 E. Speedway · Plenty of Parking SOUTHWEST'S FINEST BARBECUE! 1 ft\RBECUED RIBS, BEEF, HAM, .CHICKEN SPECIAL THIS WEEK BARBECUE PLATE $150 or SPAREftlBS CHICKEN WITH FRENCH FRIES In response to tremendous public demand for our famous fish fry, we are now offering this dinner every WEDNESDAY and FISH FRY DINNER Boneless, Golden Brown Fish, Corn Bread, Cole Slaw. $100 1 flut Our Regular Menu. S97SE. SPEEDWAY BARBECUE

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