Tucson Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on July 10, 1957 · 11
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Tucson Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · 11

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ii r PSYCHIATRIST Emotional Problems Can Cause Miscarriage CHICAGO — t — The woman who repeatedly failt to carry a pregnancy to term may be suffering from- emotional and psychological problems according to Dr Edward C Mann of Cornell University Medical College The psychiatrist stated that such women may be unconsciously fighting against accepting the role of motherhood In a report prepared for the Seventh American Congress of Maternal Care he described findings at- a speciiiislinic established in New York for women who had aborted at least three –times and who had not responded to medical treatment In a general way he said the women were remarkably alike Easy Way to Kill 0 th4 1 Easy Wav to Kill Ants and Roaches athdl N ' I 7' 'si ' ' '' j - t I -'' I oeib:1144 ws b 14 i'f ' ' 0 - d 41 i ' MI 4 6 i k7 a - alai da - - -tons sat' a I gi' A f As Soon on TV! - Ni -PI F JOHNSTON'S NO-ROACH: Simply brush Johnston's No-Roach on baseboards and cabinets to control cockroaches Brush the colorless odorless liquid on window and door sills to stop ants Stays effective Joe months No need to move dishes or breathe harmful sprays Johnston's No-Roach Is preferred by good housekeepers II-oz 89c pint I13 quart LS8 STREET FLOOR JACOME S NOTIONS 111131OHDER31G SEIM! PA COMPLETE BEDS MATTRESSES BOX 1 141 - SPRINGS AND 12 LEGS TOR Extra Extra Firm 620 Coil 100 FOAM RUBBER Hospital Type Bed '7475 MATTRESS AND Sc(150 !tn $14950—NOW- - BOX SPRINGS UV - 21-Year Guaranis 41461 American 1526 N speedway th Ave M Cat KetS S CO PHONE SPEEDWAY STORE HOURS - PHONE EA 7-3311 Open Every Night 'Til 9—Open Sunday 12 to 6 PM MA 4-2601 " te i" go itav or: A la - —to all ladies enrolling this week at c the nation's-most magnificent effort Izt in figure fashioning salon for women CORRECT — it C -1: — POSTURE o - — 1 — ip 4 GRACEFUL - 1 0-- r- WALKENG ' ( 7 - i I IPROPER ) ti -Pl STTING A'070-1 t ri- er31 vLy - -AND 'tt 4400 STANDING t -ZtN - - - — )t LL Jo i '' ' WHERE TO 'fp t –‘s s1 N i le — ' 41 4 -7 PUT YOUR ' ' HANDS t'C:2) : :— ‘ i T ' - We Guarantee A sol ' ' ''' v VI 4( You a Completely Ili) Nese Figure ‘-wmd-o-v - Regardless of - Age or Sise 4‘ - uNivERsAL - - From Coast to Coast NEW LOCATION-2026 E BROADWAY 30 W CONGRESS — MA 4-0923 MA SAYS in their underlying personality makeup and In their relation to their mothers fathers and husbands As a rule he said the patient was brought up in a home where the mother was a dominegring person and the father weak and inadequate The- patient was highly dependent on the mother Deprived of a father figure and submitting to her mother's domination he said the patient becomes delayed in maturing psychosexually- She usually married a man who like her father was passive Because of her immaturity he said she is unable to contemplate motherhood and unconsciously fights against it— - Ants and Roaches —to all ladies enrolling this week at the nation's-most magnificent effort in figure fashioning salon for women le We Guarantee 4You a Completely New Figure Regardless of Age or Sise Dr R A Bartholomew of the Bartholomew Obstetric Group Atlanta said both patient and physician benefits from group obstetrical practice In a prepared report tothe congress he said' that although the patient may not necessarily see the same ' obstetrician on each office visit the advantages outweigh the disadvantages He listed what he termed the advantages: — Appointments are kept on time The patient finds the doctor has ample time to examine her thoroughly and discuss her problem at length During confinement there is always one member of the obstetrical group at the hospital As each physician -on duty-is relieved by-another the patient has the advantage of added consultation Worse Opera Villain Gives Away The Bride - GALVESTON: Tex-01-- The bride will wear golden satin black open mesh stockings and– a golden garter while the bridegroom will be attired in a frock coat and print neckwear Thursday night' To top it off the villain will give the bride away That's when Ellie Merritt an actress and waitress at the Gay Nineties tavern on Galveston's -Pleasure- Pier marries operator of the pier's burleiclue conces-glom -- They'll be married on the lay-ern stage with Claude Allen - owner of the tavern and the villain in its horse opera stage shows giving the bride away WHERE TO PUTYOUR - HANDS For Free Triat Can 2 -9958 MA 3 -5202 e he in Clf le- 0 ( ck rs- rill your fr brunch? 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Brunchtime which combines breakfast Ind luncheon 13 aim pie and gay—and has the added attraction of fitting a limited entertaining badget If you -don't have a patio then buffet style in the dining room will serve just as well Your menu can run from the simple to 'the sublime depending on the amount of time money and effort you expend The hour of brunch also determines your menu—the closer to noon the more luncheon type dishes— - And while you're planning for taste appeal don't overlook eye appeal A centerpiece of flowers or fruit is right as rain at a brunch Always have an ample supply of hot coffee Coffee is nearly everyone's favorite beverage at this hour and will be in great demand However for the occasional guest —who-- doesn't drink coffee offer tea chocolate or milk as an alternate beverage ' Every good cook book is filled with numerous suggestions for tantalizing dishes that will fit Into a brunch menu As a starter here are some recipes for dishes guaranteed to make a hit with your guests '- BROWN SUGAR COFFEE RING Sweet roll dough cup melted butter or margarine - 1 cup brown sugar 1 teaspoon cinnamon cup finely choPped nuts cup raisins 1 Make sweet roll dough using your favorite recipe or packaged hot roll mix Atter the first or second rising (depending on recipe used) cut the dough into the size of walMgt Form into balls ind roll each ball in melted butter then roll in brown sugar cinnamon NATURE'S MOST PERFECT FOOD - N ATURE'Scruise-1) BETTER -M'ittlE MOST - -- - - 4 - 'kk-1-- ! 0 ------:- Opove sorit tiat1 rel 1 C'' BY - - TERFECT '(14- 1 '0 '4 I I SHAMROCK FOOD 'i'orvo ---- 1 k !::-"'il '''' 'II' 1 ' ' 7 -4 "'' -1-4'4t:Ze 4 a V - k-- a Itt t4) I: " ' o i 1 S "-4:" 111:' i 7:s'Ayi 1 1:t H it$-:) 1 1-----77 16"t----"' t N 4 01 4 i 44We' ' WO 0 vliti g 00 4- p1 Pi4w"1 Lwr' I : 11 ' - - 0 1 Z t i I l'il'a '''- vv4?i?: ' ---'101001 ::: 1 fr Of '' 4 k '!cv'- As 4' -7 a1J--4t") - 1 -t-m" c414 : - - s41:i'::-- ' Isoaotogs'' ''''- i:el-t tr1 lolii44' ' ' ogo'1t? ''tTme"74! iib 1 fr ' - °L -- - ' -o i-1 ri- to IIe --c I I ' li - ''' oS -- - - ' J ' i Buy Fron 46 Y t our Favorite 9 risArkr n : Di- rin ' 7 -SUGAR COFFEE and nuts that have been thoroughly miied - 3 Place one layer of balls so they barely touch in a well greased 9-inch or 10-inch tube cake pan Sprinkle withi few raisins 4 Add another layer of balls sprinkle with more raisins and continue until all the dough is used or the pan is about half full Let rise about 45 minutes 5 Bake in a modeilte oven (37V) about I hour Loosen from pan and remove letting the butter-sugar mixture run down over loaf Tie sides with string if it tends to break - BLUEBERRY PANCAKES WITH ORANGE SAUCE - Your brunch will be a memorable occasion when you serve these delightful blueberry pan cakes with orange sauce In fact you'd better have some extra -copies-erne—recipe ori" hand because guests always ask for them Orange Sauce 2 cups orange juice - 1 tablespoon lemon juice 3 tablespoons cornstarch 2 tablespoons cold water cup sugar I tablespoon margarine 1 Bring fruit juices to boil Mix cornstarch and cold water to form smooth paste Add to hot fruit juices stirring conxtantly 2Bring to boil and cook one minute Add aught- 3 Bring to boil again stirring Remove from heat addmargarine and stir until blended Serve hot over blueberry pancakes - - Blueberry Pancake Rolls (Seven 7-inch Pancakes) 2 cups sifted flour - 3 teaspoons baking póWder teaspoon salt 3 tablespoons sugar 2 eggs beaten 112 cups milk 2 tablespoons melted mar garine 1 cup fresh or well-drained Buy Froin Your "Favorite" Grocer Or Phone Main 4-8561 For Home Delivery : i RING - canned or frozen blueber ries Fat for frying cup softened margarine cup sugar 1 lemon - 1 Sift together flourbaking powder salt and 3 tablespoons sugar into a mixing bowl Beat eggs Add milk and melted mar-garine-2 Add all at one time to flour mixture 3 Stir only until flour is well-moistened and ingredients are blended Fold in blueberries 4 Pour 12 cup batter on lightly greased heated griddle or into a large fry pan Spread batter thin Bake over moderate - 'heat until the top of pancake is covered with bubbles and underside is brown 5 Turn and bake other side Turn only once Remove:from griddle to large flat pan or cake ack T 6 While next pancake bakes spread baked pancake- with softened margarine and sprinkle with about 112 teaspoons sugar 7 Roll up letting roll lie so ' rolled edge is underneath Prepare each pancake the same 'Wrien all are bakedinTiolled squeeze a l'sv drops of lemon juice over the top of rolls 'and sprinkle lightly with sugar Set under broiler or into hot oven (425 F) for a few minutes to heat pancakes through and melt sugar topping Serve hot with )tot orange sauce It desired serve a generous spoonful of sweetened whipped cream on each pancake - - Pancakes- may be baked and rolled the day before serving When needed squeeze lemon juice over them sprinkle with sugar and heat in oven Rolled pancakes may be wrapped and stored in freezer When needed remove from freezer and unwrap Place on shallow pan Squeeze lemon juice over them and sprinkle with sugar Cover loosely with foil and heat in moderate oven (350 F) for 25-30 minutes ( BY SHAMROCK HEDDA HOPPER HOLLYWOOD—Sol Siegel tells me he's bought a book which wont be published until fall It's titled "I Think a Fool" by Audrey Lindhop She's coming west with her husband Dudley Leslie to write the script Siegel bought it for Inger Stevens whom he's put under contract since "Man on gire" When Tony Quinn read the item in my column asking why he didn't write the story of his father's colorful career it gave him an idea -He's now doing the story of his family and calling it "Live Till You Die" ITony says work ing with Anrui Magnani is a great experience: she keeps you on your 'toes She knows -the meaning of scenes but not word so chances are madeYou prac tically ad lib your answers to go with some of her lines At Quinn's acting class the otiler night were Dolores Hart Dolores Michael Ray Denton John Saxon Gene Barry among others Dolores Hart auditioned to - Set inHELEN HAYES is wanted for the duchesi in "ATime Remeinz— bered" which starts rehearsals next month with Susan Strasberg So happy to hear Arthur Hornblknv gave John Deering a role in "Witness for the Prosecution" 'John lost a - lot of good jobs through illness 157ftbiCtUu s - - I -4 ' - - --: 04---'" — 3 --------- --- - '' - ' -' s - 1 -:' : c E-------------------------- c :1: I r : ES - ' - 4 ?--''''' IT'S SIERK ' ' - 1 DECORATED! 44 : - 77 - t " 1 CI L'-':1 i sr :1 i k' : - - i r -47 44 44 f ''' : V-12 Z:n--14 y '- i '14-t4t'71ks-: L!7 11'27'27: I 7 1 i - ' 1 A Cr 4 6 - yt 1 4 '"'C''Z' 'y ' i y irr N' - 1 ' ' ' —1 - - z 4 '' r L1 C41- U 12'7 E'S 1 t-- 4P m' ' ' '0 ' ''' v t ''': - ' ' I t - 4' CONTEMPORARY COLONiAL : —---1 ' '' FURNITURE ' '7' 3750 E' Speedway - '-'- --- - - :-: i- - P - ' ik -klify494300ta BEACH MAYIRG'S SUMMER MAYTAG SPECIAL First Time Ever at Such a LOW PRICE j NEW1957- FULLY AUTOMATIC rilAYTAG MODEL 57X Full Maytag Guarantee Fully automatic washes rinses - shuts itself off Fullyflexible you can stop it start it chang cycle at any time PLUS MAYTAG AGITATOR ACTION RUST-PROOF CABINET QUIET OPERATION MAYTAG DEPENDABILITY (TUCION'S OLDEST & LARGEST MAYTAG SPECIALISTS-WHERE YOUR GUARANTEE IS BACKED BY SKILLED & 'EXPERIENCED PERSONNEL-NOT BY PROMISES' BEACH 110 WEST CONGRESS - 3248 Open Friday MI 9 PM s Ph MA 4-0497 (‘IN cmt WOItt WEDINiESDAY JyLy 10 Frambes-Glover Vows Repeated Josephine Bernice Glover became the bride of Richard Douglas F r a 'm b e a Saturday morning in a formal ceremony held at North Tucson Baptist Church The bride is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Earl G Glover 501 - E Delano -St--The- bride-- groom' who —is stationed at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base is the son of Mr and Mn King Wilson of Florence Ore Gladioli and carnations banked the altar when the bride -repeated bervows gowned in a white lace and nylon net floor length gown The dress was fashioned with a Peter Pan collar covered buttons down the front and long sleeves She carried a bouquet of pink roses -- Mrs Carl Brown of Jackson enn served as matron of honor Misses Patricia Dugan and 113arbara114wman were bridesmaids The matron of honor was gowned in green and the bridesmaids in pink They carried carnation bouquets Mr Brown was best man Jimmy Glover and Cecil Powell served as ushers The reception was held at wS 4' - zatiaLsEt CO Open Wed Pk - 4) V L 195 PAGE II MFS FRAIVIBES Josephine Glover thechurchfollowingthe ger morty Mrs Frambes attended Ans phitheater High School Mr Frambes was graduated trona Cottage Grove High School hi Oregon The young couple resides at 3432 N Los Altos St ° " F" 14 - 1 11- --- 13 I 's a -1'"'"1 t w 11''''' '" ''''''- A C:t a '''---' i ZI:: i I 111 11995 WITH TRADE NO DOWN PAYMENT - NECESSARY LIMITED TIME ONLY - NI 4 -'- OC°0 E GRANT RD Thurs Fri 'Tit 9 EA 5-1581 01rost 95 WITH TRADE -4 ITAMIT' K ---J unimmanlimonimmo l s 1 a o I

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