Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 26, 1950 · Page 34
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 34

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, October 26, 1950
Page 34
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INTERIOR OF THE GALLERY is shown in this view, with paintings on the walls and sculpture on display. Mrs. Kathal Wales, gallery director, is seated at left, with Geoirge Goebel, designer who did the interior. x _ Desert Gallery For State Artists Will Open Here On Thursday A spacious desert gallery where Arizona artists..can exhibit ; their work has'been completed and will be opened with-a reception next Thursday on Tanque Verde road east 'Of .Tucson. The -new gallery has been constructed for Mrs. Kathal'.Wales and is'located about a .mile WILMINGTON,: Del., Oct. 26 --E. I. DuPont de Nemours ueun uuiisu uvfccu* AUI-. -^«iot j.».ctmw.t' .."±i_o ···-- -i . . . east of the Mt.Lemmon turn. Covering 1.400,square feet, the gallery is of western-style .construction with large picture windows facing cut- on the Catalina: mountains. The interior of the gallery, the work of 'James- Goebel, .Tucson Co., Inc., declares it' has accepted. :ts. new government assignment in atomic weapons development-only because .of. : its "vital .importance to the security and defense of the United States." decorator, has been, designed for, the exhibiting of paintings, sculpture and ceramics. The walls have panels for the mounting of paintings, and special tables- and pedestal have-" been constructed for sculpture, and ceramics. Monotone shades of gray, from very light fo charcoal, have been used throughout -the interior- Light is furnished from fluorescent tubes installed behind large cornice boxes. The gallery has a white beamed ceiling. The ceramic room is of desert pink with bamboo doors and draperies. There is" also a small 'private show room, a storage room with carpeted shelves for the protection of .frames, and a small kitchen equipped to serve refreshments at previews and receptions. All the'outside walls have been carved- by Frank Lopez, Nogales wood carver.. The new 'gallery is the result of a life-long dream, Mrs. Wales said. - The Wales, residents of Tucson for five years, said they have long felt there was need for a "truly fine" gallery in the area where the many artists who live here could exhibit and sell their work. Scheduled for tills season are 20 shpws. When the gallery opens next week the' first group ;show will begin, Later in the · season, fashion shows,-book reviews and lectures are planned, some of them in the gallery patio. Paying For Arms Held Price Tag For Peace SHREVEPORT, La., Oct., 26. .(ff) Paying for the arms and men to block any possible attack is the price tag Americans must pay for security, Secretary of the Navy Francis P. Matthews told reserve officers last night. The secretary said "communism was the enemy of those seeking world peace, and added: '.'So long as any one of the na- ·tk'ns with great military potential fails to co-operate in the utmost for peace and refuses to disclose the extent of its warmaking resources and to reduce them to the necessary minimum, the rest of the world must prepare to match its strength with sufficient power to block any possible ' aggressive moves it might make." , The company's · position was out-|Texas, : .but other -states;- as well as line-din a letter to company stock- Canada, will be represented.;-One holders signed-by President"Craw-1 of the .feature, addresses, will be , ,, ,,..- '.....I. ' . !rlvpn Hvr Dr. .Tnhn.H. Lawrence. ford H. Greenewalt. . . "The DuPont company did not seek this assignment." Though the letter made, no mention! of .the -hydrogen bomb, the atomic energy commission' in announcing DuPont's assignment said that was the ultimate objective in the new; undertaking. Dr. E. R. MOLWSON Optometrist · EYES EXAMINED · GLASSES ON CREDIT · GLASSES REPAIRED Office At DANIEL'S 9 E. Congress WALTER L ELLIS Republican For SUPERVISOR District No. 2 BUTANE Begins . Where the Gas Main Ends lams Work Contract Photos by Western Ways DESERT GALLERY, a new show-place for Tucson and Arizona art, will open next week. Large picture windows look out on the Catalinas. Medics,To Honor Mexican Doctors PHOENIX, Oct. 26.,(U.R) --Two' noted Mexican physicians were among a group of doctors scheduled to address the three-day South 1 . western' Medical'.'association -meet(P) 15ng opemng today a.\ ti ne y at . e D r . Salvador Zubiran Officials Predict Oil ' Boom Will Continue DALLAS, Oct. 26. (#}--The Texas Co 's top officials expect business-and otherwise--to oe good for and President Harry T. Klein-made the prediction yesterday as they arrived to: attend a meeting of the board. Both said the - oil industry was in healthy shape and Rodgers said Chairman W S S Rodgers^ ant.cipated no shortage. director :of the hospital for disease of nutrition, in·· Mexico- City, and :Dr. Edmundo Rojas, "pathologist at the same hospital... ·' . The association has members in Arizona, New- Mexico and west ·given.; by" pr.. ( John : -H. LaXvrence, director'of the Ddnner laboratory for medical research at the Uni- versity'of California. Dr. Robert E. Hastings, Tucson, president of the Arizona -Medical society,.- delivered the welcoming address at Hotel Westward Ho-this morning. Will Sacrifice REPUBLIC INDEMNITY COMPANY OF AMERICA STOCK STAR-CITIZEN BOX NO. 463 Resented Watching I Her In Ablutions SANTA . MONICA,, Calif., Oct. 26. W--A young wife "testified in divorce court that her art student husband brought a friend home to watch her take a bath. v Mrs. 'Marianne La Prelle, 29, also said that Frank B La Prelle told her that she and their child "held him''down" and' he'd like to go to France and study ait. The court granted her a divorce yesterday. Satin Citfzrn General Who Captured" Metz To Give Addreh FT. WORTH, Tex., Oct. 26. Lt. Gen, James A. Van Fleet, commander of the 90th dlvislonjjjthat ' captured Metz in a bitter World War II battle in Germany, will speak at the division's reunion here Nov. 10-12. asua 'assies T R A D E MARC ~« A « S H *U, X E » D 0 W £ t .S T E W A « T "MELROSE" -. . Grand--that such a smart sho» can be so.cushiony-soft to wear!;- You'll love the fongue and overlay"buckled to stay ... . The sole is welt--feels soft -as felt!.- · Candy-soft, calf hand rubbed in black, cognac, red or blue, .16,95. Perfect matching bags, Dexdale. 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