Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 35
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 35

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 2, 1963
Page 35
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Advice From An Expert By ROSALIE ROBLES Every career, vocation or profession has a prescription for success, and for a physician's wife, it goes something like this: --Read and learn as much as possible about current trends in medicine. --Keep up with modern health practices. --Be ready at all times to look your best, do your best, and be at your best because a doctor's -wife, like a minister's wife, always is in the public eye. --Above all, remember to "keep your mouth shut" and never, never prescribe anything for anyone. This prescription comes from one of the best authorities on the subject, Mrs. William G. Thuss of Birmingham, Ala., president of the Woman's Auxiliary to the American Medical Association (AMA). Mrs. Thuss, who arrived In Tucson yesterday morning, is here for the state meeting of the Arizona Medical Association. Her husband has devoted his life to occupational medicine and surgery, and two of her three sons are doctors--one in industrial medicine and the other in orthopedics. A jovial woman with twinkling eyes and a pleasant voice, Mrs. Thuss nevertheless impresses her listeners with her seriousness when she speaks of the aims and work of the medical auxiliary. "We have close to 83,000 members throughout the nation," she says, "and our ^program is as varied as the personalities found in each Individual organization." The purpose of the auxiliary is to assist the AMA in its program for the advancement of medicine and public health and to coordinate and advise concerning activities of constituent auxiliaries. In addition, the medical auxiliary strives to cultivate good relations and mutual understanding not only with the general public, but also among physicians' families. If Mrs. Thuss could have her way about things, "Every doctor's wife in the country would belong to the auxiliary." She considers membership THAT important. Mrs. Thuss was elected national president last June and will serve through the middle of next month. When her tenure is up, she will go back to Birmingham and "read, read, read, and read some more" of something besides medical Journals and reports. Besides that, she'll be able to take time to cook, go fishing and boating with her husband, and'play with her grandchildren. Of her cooking, Mrs. Thuss reports that as a bride she could bake a fine angel food cake and that's about all. "If it hadn't been for the 'Joy of Cooking' and 'Fannie Farmer's Boston Cookbook," she laughs, "I don't know what I would have done." Until that time as president is up, however, she'll continue visiting state meetings, urging the auxiliaries to develop leadership among members beginning on the county level. "The county member," she reminds her listeners, "has molded our past; holds our present in her hands, and alone has the power to shape the future of our national organization.'.' The SHOP MATERNITY WEAR Sleeveless Tops . . . from $4.98 to $7.98 Jamnlcii.s In nil Fashions by Page BOY. Mi Merc, Phil Jtcobs, tic. Mtlorrmy Llnserle , Sl«cpwoar Designers Find SuPima Superlative By BETTY MILBURN · Citizen Woman's Editor Summertime is cotton time. Here in the Old Pueblo, we've always known that. What other fabric offers the natural advantages of cotton, and the sheer beauty? However, Cotton Week seems a good time to observe that cotton has, in the past few years, become the darling of haute couture. SuPima is one reason. Arizona's own superior Pima cotton, SuPima maintains its cotton heritage yet gleams with a lustre all its own. It drapes iike si!k, yet possesses the body necessary for this season's major style points of panel skirts, cowl necklines and smooth fitted bodices above empire waistlines. ABOVE: Snappy! That's the word for this smart suit by Glen of Michigan. Strict checks in navy and white SuPima broadcloth account for two of the three parts; the blouse is linen. ABOVE RIGHT: Adele S i m p s o n coaxes the straightforward g r e e n and white SuPima batiste print into subtle curves by draping a cowl neckline softly across the shoulders. RIGHT: Maggy Reese, a talented designer who trusts SuPima, designed this shady green SuPima voile gown with high empire waist and white broadcloth bodice. Rainier Goes To The Derby . . . PHILADELPHIA-- UP) -Princess Grace of Monaco and her children, Caroline 6, and Albert, 5, relaxed here today while Prince Rainier headed for Louisville and the Kentucky Derby. The Princess, formerly actress Grace Kelly, is in the United States visiting her mother, Mrs. John B. Kelly. Yesterday the Princess took her children to an aquarium in Philadelphia, where the youngsters met a pair of ballet-dancing porpoises and a penguin. The porpoises, named Stormy and Amigo, clowned and did several tricks for the royal audience. Prince Rainier and the princess' brother John B. Kelly Jr., will attend the Kentucky Derby together. The Princess will not join them. GOP Women Convene The annual convention of the Arizona Federation of Republican Women opens t o m o r r o w in Apache Junction. Approximately 300 delegates representing the state's 31 units are expected to attend the two- day meeting at Marshall's Inn. Among them will be 28 members of Pima County's Downtown and Pantano Units. Highlight of the convention will be a speech Saturday evening by Sen. John Tower of Texas. Special guests at the Saturday banquet, slated to begin at 6 p.m., will be Sen. Barry Goldwater, Rep. John J. Rhodes and Gov. Paul J. Fannin and their wives. Others will include Tuc- sonian Keith Brown, new Republican committee state chairman; Col. William Wood, Republican national committeeman; Mrs. Brown and Mrs. Wood. The banquet is open to the public. Tucsonians wishing to hear Tower's speech may obtain tickets from Mrs. Volney G. Grahn. president of the Downtown Unit of Republican women, 9126 E. Speedway. Master of ceremonies for the evening will be Tucson attorney Richard K. Burke. The convention agenda also will include election of officers Saturday afternoon and a speech at the Saturday luncheon by Republican National Committee- wcman Mrs. Forrest C. Braden of Yuma. Presiding over the meetings which officially open at 9 a.m. Saturday will be Mrs. Curtis Long of Safford. Assisting her will be members of the state board, including Mrs. Burke, second vice president from Tucson. Other Tucsonians helping with the convention are Mrs. L. A. Romine, Mrs. Robert Wade, and Mrs. Grahn. TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1963 PAGE 37 --Mardis Studio KATHLEEN FEATHERSTONE James G. Jeleski -- Gaines of Tucson BETTY JANE TONKOVIC . . . Dr. Charles J. Galbo University Students To Marry The engagement of their daughter Kathleen to James G. Jeleski is announced by Mr. and Mrs. William J. Featherstone of J u n e a u , Alaska. The bride-elect and her fiance both are students at the University of Arizona. Kathleen, a graduate of Juneau - Douglas H i g h School, Juneau, attended George Washington University in Washington, D. C. She is majoring in agricultural education at UA where her affiliations include Alpha Phi sorority. She is secretary of the University Rodeo Club. Mr. Jeleski, a graduate of Tucson High School, is enrolled in the College of Agriculture where he is majoring in forestry. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Jeleski, 717 S. Marvin Ave. Dr. Galbo To Wed Betty Jane Tonkovic Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Tonkovic of Detroit, Mich., announce the engagement of their daughter Betty Jane to Dr. Charles J. Galbo of Corona Del Mar, Calif. The couple plans to be married Aug. 3 in Gesu Roman Catholic Church in Detroit. The bride-elect, a graduate of the University of Detroit, is presently a coun- seler and teacher at Palo Verde High School. She received her masters degree in guidance and counseling from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Galbo of Darien, Conn., is an in- d u s t r i a l psychologist at Aeronutronics, a division of the Ford Motor Co., in Newport Beach, Calif. A graduate of the University of Maine, Dr. Galbo received his masters degree in clinical, industrial psychology from Baylor University and his doctors degree in personality, industrial psychology from the University of Arizona. His affiliations include Kappa Sigma and the American Psychological Association. His bride-elect is a f f i l i - ated with Sigma Sigma Sigma social sorority. Sophia Expecting In December ATHENS, Greece--UP)-The Greek royal palace confirmed today a report from Madrid that Princess Sophia of Greece, wife of Spanish Prince J u a n Carlos is expecting a baby sometime in December. They were married here last May. Our Poll-Parrots for tiny young feet provide gentle support so important for natural foot development. BUDGET PRICED" FROM $O98 3 SHOE CENTER We fit Orthopedic Shoes according to your doctor's prescription TWO COMPLETE FAMILY SHOE STORES 1231 South Cherry 3927 East Granf 22nd al Cherry Grant and Alvernon "Tucson's Quality Bakery" SPECIAL FRI. SAT. S T R U D E L S Assorted fruit Filled a favorite family dessert. Light, flaky, freshly baked HOME OWNED-OPERATED SINCE 1941 ·Ideit Milernlfy Shop In Tucson ,1011 E. 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For 50 Cars CAV 0" The girl who knows clothes will wear one of these beautifully detailed, miracle fabric dresses to float through summer! Left, drip-dry arnel triacetate jersey dress, yellow/white or green/ white striped, sizes 10 to 18 ... 19.98. Center, rayon and orlon acrylic jacket dress, fully lined dress and jacket, turquoise or wheat, sizes 10 to !8 ... 25.00. Right, dacron polyester and cotton voile print dress, blue or toast, sizes 10 to 18 ... 19.98. Use a Switzer charge, e-x-t-e-n-d-e-d budget account or easy layaway with small deposit. PARK AND SHOP . . . WE VALIDATE. For the finest f u r restyling, denning, gln/.ing and Instcri/.ing, nl reasonable prices, come to Swilxer's Fur Depjirlmenl or nil MA -1-1421 for free honded messenger pick-up. On-lhe- premises eold storage. No extrn charge, 5 mimile in and onl service. SAVE NOW . Large selection, were now $28 to $99. during Swicxcr's Coat Sale! to SHOP SWITZER'S, 45 E. PENN1NGTON ST., EVERY MONDAY AND I'RIDAY NIGHT TILL 9

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