Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 8, 1963 · Page 25
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 25

Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, May 8, 1963
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f Fal§e Teeth Rarely Inevitable, Report By GEORGE GfcttE Los Angeles times Service LOS ANG£LrSS«»False teeth are not an inescmpable part of grow Ing old, a professor of dentistfy said yesterday. Despite the idea that false teeth are inevitable, teeth are meant to last a lifetime, and with proper care arid restorative dentistry most people could keep theirs an theif lives, Dr. J. H. Mosteller told the annual meeting of me Southern California Dental Assort- ^ cement w stfoftger tefeth M that the strbtig ones support tin ation. kl«u» wit* OI-IVS11 "People never have to get false loosened teeth teeth because of decay," Mosteller said. THE CHIEF reason they be- ±i\ci vnic/r reason uiey ue- vwiwovmc iu ^iicvcia luuumiaie ouu come necessary is pertodontal dis- destruction of tooth pulp after ease, a disease affecting the dental work. gums, bones and other tissues that support and hold the teeth. Mosteller, clinical professor of restorative dentistry at the University of Tennessee, said teeth are worn down and loosened during a lifetime but can 6e restored to good condition. One of the newer methods is called splinting. Weakened teeth, Instead of being pulled and replaced with a bridge, are fused Spear Requests State Opinion May the state advance funds for new maps and records for cunty assessors' offices and later bill the'counties for such amounts? That question was submitted to Atty* Gen. Robert Pickrell yesterday by S. A. Spear, state revaluation director. Nfew legislation providing for statewide reappraisal of taxable property states that counties are responsible for the cost of permanent maps and records needed by their assessors. But the. legislation makes $1,500,000 in state funds available to Spears for the revalution effort. 26-Month-Old Babe Burns to Death KtERMOSILLO, Mexico (AP)A vH5-month-old baby was burned to death yesterday when her crib caught fire. , . Police said an electrical short- cirfcuit caused the blaze which klliqd Gloria Irma Moraga. was one of the developers of a method of using cortisone to prevent toothache am the cortisone is painted on the tooth that has been filled and prevents inflammation, of the pulp or nerve. He had sensational sue cess in preventing the aches com mohly experienced when drinking very cold liquids after haviflj teeth filled. In a clinical study of 728 pa tients, all of whose teeth were painted with cortisone, only three had teeth that were sensitive to cold. PAINTING the teeth with cor tisone, besides preventing cold sensitive aches, helps preserve the pulp of the teeth, he reported Mosteller said gold still is the best material possible for fillings crowns and other restorative work on the teeth. The only thing against gold is that many people object to having a mouthful of it exposed when they laugh. 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Board Removes Hospital Cttief GLOBE-The Gila County Board of Supervisors has fired the administrator of the Gila County General Hospital and hired a retired Navy medical officer to replace him Immediately. Fired was Roy Cline, 45, the hospital's administrator for the past 10 years. He'll be replaced by H. Gregg Armitage, who retired from the Navy March 1 after serving 28 years in hospital administration. Dr. True To Speak Creative thinking methods will be discussed by a research phyehologist tomorrow at the season's final dinner meeting of ft* Phoenix Executives Club ffi Hotel Westward Ho. t>r. G. Herbert True, author of three books and several articles on creativity, will discuss "The Care and Feeding of creative ..._ Thinking." Df. ffue Dr. True has his own system for developing creative thinking, particularly in business executives. He believes that a high 1Q and creative behavior are not necessarily related. He has been consultant to the American Management Associ* tlon, the U.S. Army Management School, the National Safety Council, and many corporations and teachers' institutes. Thursday's meeting begins at 7 p.m. in the hotel's Thunderbird Room. Come in for Record: It's Faster You can save yourself some money and a lot of waiting by purchasing The Arizona Republic's "Children** Heritage" storybook records in tiie lobby of the newspaper building at 120 E. Van Buren. If you order records by mail, it will take nearly two weeks for delivery because of the big flood of orders being processed. Approximately 2,000 records have been sold In less than two weeks. But regardless of how you buy the records, either in person or by mail, you'll find that your children will get much enjoyment 'from the 11 stories, poems and songs included in the three- volume series. All are classics that have been familiar to generations of children. They range from Mother Goose rhymes to "The Musicians of Bremen." WILL PRAY FOR RAIN KUALA LUMPUR (AP) -Moslem and Hindu leaders are arranging religious rites to pray for an end of Malaya's critical droughts worst in recent times. Each of the three 33>/$ records In the aeries contains about 40 minutes of listening pleasure, plus a booklet printed in large type containing the full narrative text. Listening to the records should provide the younger school children with many hours Of wholesome activity during the long summer vacation. Each record sells for $2 by mail or $1.75 over the counter. An order form appears on Page 13. The Arizona Republic li Phoenix, Wed., May 8, ifftt Now Many Wf «r FALSE TEETH With More 60ffif0rf , *iiuiitv* (non-tetd) po*der, hold* fftIM t#*tft more flrmly.Te m And t*l» IB mofi comfort. ]u«t sprtnkl* A Itttld FA8* TEETH on Tour pints*. Ro guMttlf. gooey, pftxty tftxe* or tMltng. Ch«c*l •plftt* odor" (d*ntur« bmth). OM FASTEETH te tny drug count*. Th« H.B.A. Lit* IftiurAftc* Gtt., 0«pK P-17 Fiftt Str««t at WillsfU, Phdinix (, Arlt. S»nd ra* fr*» fold*f without obligation. NAME CITY ZONE.... - AND THEY GET IT. TOOL. Phon* 268-4885 or mall coupon for frit fold«f. •' I'iHSiK D RETIREMENT INCOME ^ D EMPLOYER GROUP PUNS MAJOR MEDICAL PLAN PAYS UP TO $ 5,000 00 GUARANTEED RENEWABLE Now you can provide the best medical care, up to $5,000.00, for every member of your family. This helps pay for those big items your regular hospital plan can't cover. Send for free folder that explains details of HBA'S NEW MAJOR MEDICAL PLAN. "That They May Rest Forever Protected from the Elements of the Earth" Why Should You Investigate NOW? THE SOUTHWEST'S NEWEST and FINEST CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM MEMORY LAWN CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM Located in MEMORY LAWN MEMORIAL PARK-719 N. 27th Ave., Phoenix BECAUSE You Will Want To Know: CAN I SAVE BY BUYING NOW? YES: During Construction, Savings are substantial over completed building prices. Building Now 50% Completed. IS THERE AN ADVANTAGE TO BEING A "FOUNDER"? YES: This Founder's Building contains the Chapel and the number of crypts are limited. WHY ABOVE-GROUND BURIAL? Above-ground burial fulfills a heart-felt want—complete and permanent protection against the unfriendly elements of the earth, WHAT IS THE METHOD OF BURIAL? The burial space is a clean, white, dry chamber, or crypt, closed with imported marble in rich colors. IT SOUNDS EXPENSIVE; WHY ISNT IT? Above-ground burial saves all these costs: the cemetery lot, preparation of graves, vaults, monuments, rising costs, etc. MUST I PAY ALL AT ONCE? NO. Payments may be spread over several years, at no interest. IS ENTOMBMENT AVAILABLE TO THOSE OF VARIED FAITHS? YES: Entombment is available to those of any faith—as has always been the policy of management in Memory Lawn Memorial Park. IS IT AIR CONDITIONED? YES: As is the Chapel, The Mausoleum is Air Conditioned and carpeted for your comfort during the time of visitations. WHAT IF THE SPACE IS NEEDED BEFORE THE MEMORY LAWN CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM IS COMPLETED? Temporary above-ground burial space is available now if the need should arise. niBini^ WHAT ABOUT FUTURE CARE? A substantial portion of the price of each crypt, is placed in an irrevocable trust fund to assure future care and permanent maintenance. MAY A PERSON INTERRED ELSEWHERE BE REMOVED TO MEMORY LAWN CHAPEL MAUSOLEUM? YES: Families have already made this arrangement with Memory Lawn Chapel Mausoleum. CAN WE TRADE IN OUR CEMETERY PROPERTY IF WE OWN LOTS IN ANY CEMETERY OTHER THAN MEMORY LAWN MEMORIAL PARK? YES—You can now trade in your cemetery lots—regardless of the location of the cemetery where you presently own ground spaces—In Arizona or in any other State—On crypts in Memory Lawn Chapel Mausoleum. m 0 719 N. 27th Ave. P.O. Box 13614 Telephone; 277-5641 "FOUNDER'S BUILDING" Now Under Construction Have the prestige for your fanv ily of owning yoyr crypts in tbi* "one time only" section nearest the chapel. During construction savings are tremendous ov*r completed building prices. Be a "FOUNDER" and receive time maximum savings. 44 »y Herat ««r(hw COMPARE INVESTIGATE THIS ATMOSPHERE THEN DECIDE! In Coop»r«tion With Your Own Fun»r«l Director Th«r« U No Longtr Th* N»c«»iity Of A Lonj Ridt From A Fuo*r«l §*rvU« Htld Eli«wh«r» —S«rvic»i Io*!d« In Air Conditioatd Comfort. Scf»nity, Aad Dignity—Ag«in»t S»v«r« Uncom- fortoblt Wt«tb«r In R«ia, Wind,, or Ex»rtm»ly Ho* Ttapfraiurtf -^ A* A C«it No 6rt«t«r Th«n The |«»t la Ground BuHfl. Why Subi»ct Your»«lf or Your F*mily To OuHldt unprtdict- «bl* €r«veiid« S*ry!c«i, «nd Continuouily Fight -TlwEltjntntj Through Thf Y««n Of Future Visit, tioni? SEND FOR A BEAUTIFUL Full Color Illustrated Brochure Telling the Mausoleum Story ,__—.___,_,» _.„__,_ ACT TODAY-w——-»—-—— •»«-—»- MEMORY LAWN CHAPiL MAUSOLEUM P.O. Box 13614 Phoenix, Arizona YES: P I would likt mor» dttfilad Information «bout th« M»mory L«wn Ch«ptl M«<ite- |f urn, no obligation, of count. D PLEASE GIVE ME DETAILS OF YOUR LOT TRADE-PLAN. NAME STREET CITY .. (PLEASE PRINT) ZONE STATE. J

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