Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 2, 1963 · Page 39
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 39

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 2, 1963
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THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 2, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 41 just for YOU? Our personalized flltlni i«rvk« *tures your ««m"l«J.« eomlori, wllh too? iMkln* thni vou'll Ire»«uf« .iw.vi. Com« In now li ifiectloni art compltli. wtilU Bone CORRECTIVE SHOES In Modern Styles For Men, Women, Children PHONE MA 3-5381 Member Park, Rld« Shop Open Frl. Night 'til 9 Canlilever Ground Gripper Shoes DAVART 2106. CONGRESS CASSEROLE CATERING Now, through the wizardry and inspired genius of Gourmet's chefs, you, too, can lw the charming and gracious hostess almost instantly. We have prepared and frozen our fabulous taste-tempting casseroles; only place In oven, heat and serve. Ready for Your Dining Pleasure · Stuffed Cabbage--Hungarian Style · Gourmet Casserole--Beef, Noodles, Green Beans, Mushrooms in Tomato Wine Sauce You're in for a GOURMET TREAT with these New Items: · Italian Meat Mushroom Spaghetti Sauce · Crabmeat Filled Puff Paste Turnovers · Chicken-a-la-king in Sherry Wine Sauce You've Got to See and Taste Our Complete Line of Ready to Serve Frozen Hors d'Oeuvre Trays Hours X}//'j Swart to Say We Call 9:00 to 6:00 'CATERERS Speedway and Campbell Phone 703-8051 CARRY OUT DELICATESSEN Nurses Welcome At Meet Members of District No. 2 of the Arizona State Nurses' Association and the Southern Arizona League for Nursing have been invited to attend a session tonight of the Continuing Education Nursing Conference being held by the University of Arizona School of Nursing. The open meeting will be held at 8 in the Physics and Mathematics Building, Room 201, on the UA campus. Speaker will be Dean Dorothy M. Smith of the College of Nursing at the University of Florida. She will discuss the unit manager system at the University of Florida Teaching Hospital. Dean Smith is chief of nursing practices at the J. Hillis Miller Health Center at the University. All nurses in the community are welcome to attend. 'CRONDONAW 3051 E. Speedway tarefrec stainless that glows with splendor IT'S NEW ... IT'S A daring concept In contemporary design full fashioned In heavier weight stainless -- with scoop bowls, long tapered handles, free-form serrated blades shaped for utility and beauty that complements any setting. Sets priced from $29.95 to $79.95 ,, complete with handsome wood tray for convenient storage. 4 Teaspoons 4 Plsc« Foik» Place Knlvos 4 Salad Folks or Place Spoons tizon Photo GOWNED FOR THE ANGEL BALL Modeling the dresses they will wear to the Angel Ball Saturday are (from left) Mmes. Paul Fisher, Edward R. Elin and Robert J. Mermelstein. The ball will take place at the Pioneer Hotel. Cocktails will be served at 7 p.m. and dinner at 8. Mmes. Mermelstein and Lee Goodman are cochairmen of the event. Mrs. Fisher is in charge of prizes and display and Mrs. Elin is publicity chairman. YOUR STARS By SYDNEY OMARR International THE INTERNATIONAL SILVER COMPANY FRIDAY, MAY 3, 1963 A R I E S (MAR. 21 TO APR. 1?) Be practical where work, service, money mailers, domestic tiarmony enter picture. Stress comfort, security. Don't be pushed, threatened or cajoled into foolish action. TAURUS (APR. 20 TO MAY 20) Be willing to make changes. Give a little--receive much. Means you sain by diplomacy, understanding. Take time In making decisions. May turn out that they are made for you. GEMINI (MAY 21 TO JUNE 21) Be realistic. Iron out details early. Heed advice offered by one In authority. Don't do things tonight which cause your friends to apologize. Be moderate while celebrating. CANCER (JUNE 12 TO JULY 21) Check so-called "minor" matters. Pay attention to written, oral Instructions. Fine for vlsiling, entertaining, dining out. Be vital, dynamic. Turn on Cancer magnetism. Stress charml P 'V j£ JCL-AAJ do SALE - LEE'S and WRANGLERS jj, Men's, Women's and Children's 8f HJ % ^ O S D E N I M S CHILDREN'S .................................. from $1.44 WOMEN'S ........... . ................................... from 2.66 MEN'S ........................................................ from 1.88 (White colored . . . S3. 88 Broken sizes in famous Lee's and Wrangler's Denims -- sale priced! Authentic western cut with no scratch rivets or strong thread rivets. Sanforiied to keep their slim fit always. Vat dyed denim. Choose from zipper front or button front. of El Con Center 3645 E. Broadway Open Mon. Fri. 'til 9 p.m. LEO (JULY 32 TO AUG. 21) mpress loved one wllh kindness, consideration. You can win your way with members of opposite sex. Engage creative endeavors. Stress imagination, Leo showmanship. Speak, write, communicate! VIRGO (AUG. 52 TO SEPT. 52) Cycle up. You can make correct luda- ments, attract attention. Attacks due to boomerang In your favor. Have confidence. Stay with prolect until completion. Express gratitude to associate. LIBRA (SEPT. 23 TO OCT. Ill Some things are best Ignored today. Means there Is need for privacy, partial secrecy. Don't tell all you know. In plain words, be discreet. SCORPIO (OCT. 23 TO NOV. 21) What people claim may differ greatly from facts. Be discriminating. Don't "lip hand." Sudden changes due. Sift through facts, figures. Tonight, socialize wllh friends. SAGITTARIUS (NOV. M TO DEC. 21) Be ready to teach, give, impart Information. Help the "underdog," You will be repaid many times over. Slick to principles. Believe in yourself. Help others to have fallh. CAPRICORN (DEC. 22 TO JAN. 20) Good lunar aspect today highlights added knowledge. You could gain access to special Information which enables you to turn knowledge Into profit. Be ready, alert. AQUARIUS (JAN. 21 TO FEB. 19) Read Taurus message. Realize importance of patience, faith, especially In financial mailers. Check budget. Honest talk with loved ones provides assistance. PISCES (FEB. 20 TO MAR. 20) Versatile approach best- Don't demand or use "forcing" methods. Cycle not at peak. Means play "waiting game." Look to future. Avoid brooding about past. Flne^ for planning. o o o IF TODAY IS YOUR BIRTHDAY . . . You are charming, creative, able to communicate thoughts. You could make fine writer, director, teacher, personnel supervisor, o o o GENERAL TENDENCIES . . . Cycle up for Leo, Virgo, Libra. Special word to Pisces: Don't be in such a hurry on contract agreements. o o o Your sign analyzed completely In Sydney Omarr's booklet, "The Truth About Astrology." Send SO cents to "Astrology," Woman's View, Tucson Dally Citizen. 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