Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 15, 1961 · Page 33
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 33

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, April 15, 1961
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ALL t.O Republic , o«n., April IS, 1961 Ketcham] Engineers Urge Reuse Of Water An increasing use of waste water "by industry will not only less- eft the pollution of waterways but will release potable water for higher use. this opinion was expressed yesterday by two professors of civil engineering at the national convention of the American Society of Civil Engineers in Phoenix. Robert C. Merz of the University of Southern California, and Nelson L. Nemerow, of Syracuse University, said the lack of using waste water over again, was one of the major problems! of conservation. Industry has been a leader in water reuse, but "we must take! steps to keep industry in that! position." they asserted. I Merz and Nemerow said "fresh water of an acceptable quality for industrial use is rapidly becoming a rare raw material, expensive because of its limited availability." Industry, they reported, now uses nearly one-half of the 323 billion gallons per day of water produced for both public and private use. By 1975, industry may require as much as two-thirds this amount. The two engineers urged an accelerated research program which will make greater use of waste water possible. "Much more in the way of reclamation of waste waters can and should ,be done by municipalities," they said.""San Francisco, Fresno and San Antonio already have done this." The convention closed with a dinner dance at the Phoenix Country Club, attended by the 1,100 engineers and their wives. About 135 of the group left by chartered bus yesterday afternoon to visit Glen Canyon Dam and the Grand Canyon. Group Stresses Moral Aims "Weather Bureau? When is this rain going to stop?' Emily Brown Will Speak MIAMI, Fla.—A wide range of leaders from North and South America started sessions of a hemisphere assembly here yesterday for Moral Re-Armament. They hope to find "an answer for the Americas" in the crisis of our 'time. Moral Re-Armament — a worldwide movement started in 1938 by Dr. Frank N. D. Suehman—alms to build a just society on the , laws written Into man's nature by the Creator, leaders state. On the basis of/'absolute hon esty; absolute purity, absolute unselfishness, and absolute love," the movement intends to build a new world, and develop its resources to the full for the benefit of all. "Neither communism nor anti- communism is the answer to the world's problems," says Dr. Buchman. "The real answer is an ideology superior to both." Opening the session was the recounting by Japanese students o their part in the 1960 Tokyo riots that led to cancellation of then President Eisenhower's trip to Japan and endangered the sign ing of the security treaty between Japan and the U.S. GLENDALE - Emily C. Brown, former public relations director and Far East area studies professor at the American Institute for Foreign Trade near here, will address the students ' and faculty at 7:30 p.m. Monday. Miss Brown, considered an| authority on the Far East, was a civilian political and economic analyst for t h e office of the military attache at the American embassy in Bangkok, Thailand. As a correspondent for United Press, she covered events in Burma. Thailand, Indochina and Malaya. Now assistant to the president of the University of Arizona, Miss Brown is working on her Ph.D. The students, who plan a ton of South America with their play The Tiger," dramatizing the riots, recently apologized to' Els- enhower and told him how they saw their error after being won over by moral re-armament. "I am for you 100 pet cent," he former president told them. 'Mankind is not going to live In >eace until they have a higher moral plane on which to conduct their affairs." Already, Moral Re-Armament spokesmen claim they have helped patriots in various na tions change the course of, their nations, they cite recent political victories in Kerala, India, and the Island .of Cyprus and say MRA deserves a major share of the credit. Here and now in Miami, this assembly intends to lay plans for an MRA assault on South and Central America. Spokesmen do not outline every form this assault will take. But they do say they will rely heavily on a series of plays and films that have proved effective weapons in. the ideological struggle. Another prime weapon of MRA: "The Crowning Experience," a professionally produced Techni color movie based on the life o! Mary McLeod Bethune, the late Negrrj educator who strugglee hrough abysmal poverty to an eminent position In American' education—finding along the way an answer to the world's chaos at the Moral Re-Armament Conference at Macklnac Island In Michigan. With films and plays'like these, and with the energetic coopera tldn of religious, political, industrial, and labor leaders from both Arriericas, MRA intends to push aside the false answers Communists are, currently sowing In Central and South America and replace them with an application of our God-given reason to problems of a world In transltfon. "Then," said Dr. • Buchman, "national service replaces selfishness, and . . . labor, management, and capital become partners under God's guidance . . to decide issues on the basis ol what Is right and not who is right." DRIVE CHAIRMAN NAMED Sam Drey, 302 W. Marlette, ha been named chairman of Phoe nix's "Hope Sunday" drive, to be held May 7. Proceeds go to Citj of Hope National.Medical Cente in California. Susan Poe Jeanne Castls Jr. Fashion Council members from Glendale High will model fashions for Young Arizonans on Saturday, II to 5, at Park Central. Miss Brown Electric Toothbrush Show At Annual Dental Parley Automation is taking over a time-honored custom. Among exhibits at the 52nd annual Conference for Better Dentistry of the Arizona State Dental Association at Ramada Inn this week, is an electric toothbrush. Detachable brushes (one for each membei of the family) are mounted on a vibrating handle. All the user has to do is put the brush in his mouth and let electric power take over. Other advances toward the still - to - be - achieved goal of truly painless dentistry exhibited at the conference are air-driven drills which keep a tooth immersed in water while the drill rotates at a speed of more than 300,000 revolutions per minute. The high speed makes short work of drilling, and the . water bath prevents the buildup of friction - produced heat which dentists say accounts for most of the discomfort of that phase of denta reatment. A vacuum suction ar- •angement on some of the equipment gets rid of the excess water n the patient's mouth. 'Music, too, has entered the practice of dentistry. Various types of equipment which play tape-recorded music through earphones worn by both patient and dentist are designed to soothe the jittery patient's nerves. The relaxing effect of the music, dentists are told, takes the patient's mind off his dental troubles and minimizes his pain. half-sleeve dress shirts 3 for 10.50 another shipment of feather-light summer business shirts . . . cool, white pima cotton batiste . . . single needle construction . . . expertly tailored with split yoke, vented half-sleeves . . . convertible collar with permanent stays , . . drip dry, little or no ironing ... 14 to 17 ... 3.75 each or 3 for 10.50 Park Central Mall also Scottsdale "The Best Always" Rolf French purses 3,25 regularly 5.00 and 5.95 . . . specially priced for Thrifty Scotch days . . . leathers and linens with pigskin accent . . . good color assortment . .. buy for yourself, for coming gift occasions . . . plus tax . . . Accessories summer fashions 9.90 regularly 12.95 to 14.95! . . . wonderfully varied collection of styles in cotton and miracle blend fabrics . . . regular and half- sizes . . . prints, solids, stripes and checks from our best makers ... 8 to 18, !2'/2 to 22'/ 2 • . • Budget Dresses from our Casual Shop PARK CENTRAL skirt 'n shirt set 4.98 full, full skirt with matching pertly tailored shirt , . . summer outfit in easy-care cotton . . . pink, lilac, blue or buttercup . . . sizes 7 to 14 ... Children's Shop Goldwaters nylons 3 pair 3.00 sheer seamless heel and toe nylons, made exclusively • for Goldwaters. .. beautifully fitting, long-wear. . . newest summer shades . . also seamless demi-toe, 3 pairs 3.50 . . . Hosiery tuck bodice sheath 11.00 from your favorite maker! . . . silky-touch, no-iron blend of Dacron* polyester and cotton . . . stitched tucked front, eased skirt with side pockets . . . blue or yellow . . . 5 to 15 ... Young Arizona Shop tank top cotton 6.90 bonus buy in junior sizes , . . shoestring tl» shoulders, bouffant pleated skirt . , , pink, blue or yellow stripes... yellow, blue or lilac solids. .. 5 to 13 . .. Campus Shop

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