Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 29, 1963 · Page 40
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Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, April 29, 1963
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PAGE 40 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, COW POKES By Ace Reid "My grass management Is shore good. I've rested this pasture i 2 years and already grass is acomin 1 backl" CWLAZA TWO BIG CHILLERS KOS1TA ARMANDO ARENAS ' CALVO In Eastman Color "GRITO DE LA MUERTE" Gasfon Santos THE MOVQE 1039 E. 6TH ST. Matinee Daily From 12:15 NOW! ENDS WED. In Daring Color Plus: OH THE SAME PROGRAM They Journey to the Land of the "CAREER Rising Sun to GIRLS ON A Enloy a Vacation at a Nature Camp. STARTS THUtlS., MAY 2 Here! At Last! "THE FESTIVAL GIRLS" NEVER ANYTHING LIKE IT CACTUS 22nd at Alvernon LAST 2 NITES SEE DISPLAY AD Tab Hunter Frankie Avalon "Operation Bikini" -- ALSO -"CALIFORNIA" MIDWAY 4509 E. Speedway Last z Nlles Exclusive Showing Academy Award Winner Gregory Peck "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" "CRY FOR HAPPY" PRINCE Campbell at Prince Last 1 NItes ALL TIME ACADEMY AWARD WINNER Cnarllon Heston "BEN HUR" -- ALSO -"CITY OF GOLD" RODEO Nogales Highway Last 7 Nltes Rock Hudson Liz Taylor James Dean "GIANT" Richard Egan Dorothy McGuIre "SUMMER PLACE" 22nd ST. 22nd at Belvedere Robert Mitchum Shirley MacLain* "TWO FOR THE SEESAW" Georsc Sander? "CAIRO" FIESTA S. Park Ave. Last Nlgft! Cantinflas Leonora Amar "EL MAGO" Rene Cardna "A TIRO UMPIO" STARTS WEDNESDAY AT THE MIDWAY AWED TCHOOCKS tTECHNICOLOfn Exemption Files Close Tomorrow There still are a thousand veterans and widows who have to file for 1963 tax exemptions by the deadline of 5 p.m. tomorrow, according to the County Assessor's office. In addition, 67 organizations such as churches and hospitals must sign for exemptions. Persons involved in property transactions since filing for a 1963 exemption must notify the assessor by the deadline, if they are to receive proper exemption. ----"" BUS SERVICE --"~TM TUCSON -- NOGALES Greyhound Terminal MA 3-0538 Leave TUCSON for NOGALES 7:00 A.M. UrlSP.M. 6:30 P.M. »:1SA.M. 1:15 P.M. 8:15 P.M. 15:15 P.M. 3S30P.M. 10:30 P.M. 6:00 P.M. Leave NOGALES for TUCSON 7:00 A.M. llrlSAJM. «:00 P.M. 9:15 A.M. 1:15 P.M. j 8:15 P.M. 10:00 A.M. 3:00 P.M. 10:15 P.M. 4:00 P.M. 1030 1ST. Park MA 3-4851 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! "Best Actress" ANNE BANCROFT .tne. miracle worker frank Sinatra -Laurence Harvey Janet Leigh Manchiirian Candidate ·CLOSED TKW /UNTTtD *· _ l.tAitS-iioi Ca talma 2320 N.Campbell Ave. TODAY 8 P.M. MUTINY^HEBOUNTY · W ARCOU PICTUJtE · ft . MAin 3-7062. Paramount · 3181. Congress St. DOORS OPEN 12:45 2nd Hit! ROBERT MTTCHUM in "HOME FROM THE HILL 1 .JL. TOMORROW ONLYI A WORLD HERITAGE FILM! EARTH MUNI RAINER O R I V C - I M t H I A T . g i On Glenn 1 Block West of«i«le tit. LAST 1 NIGHTSI OPEM 7 P.M. ln P4HAVI5ION9 MtTHOCOLOf CONNIE FMNCU PAULA PRENTISS and JAMES STEWART "REAR WINDOW" of the mountain. "I was conscious all the time," he said later, quite a few prayers. pretty cold in there and I thought I was going to freeze to death." Marx, who is in his twenties, apparently suffered only a few minor bruises. About 60 citizens and national parks officials conducted a frantic search before they heard a muffled cry and saw the tip of Marx's ski pole poking through the snow. Marx had been carried 30 feet down the slope. He said later his arm became caught in a tree, which probably saved him from being carried further down the hill. He recalled that he felt his body slowly numbing as his TOPS ON BROADWAY 'Virginia Woolf.' 4 A Funny Thing' Take Tony Awards C_x ' . - · , , · / · . . · - By WILLIAM GLOVER NEW YORK--/P)--A stinging drama and a rowdy musical are the big winners in the American Theater Wing's annual "Tony" derby for outstanding Broadway achievement. Between them, the pair made off with 11 of 21 silver medallions distributed at the wing's annual dinner last night. The tune show, "A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum," took six; the Buried 4 Hours By Slide, Skier Is Rescued Alive BANFF, Alta.-J#)--A young skier was alive today after being burred for four hours under an avalanche of snow which slithered down Temple Mountain near this Rocky Mountain ski resort town. Jerry Marx of Calgary, in his 20's, was entombed yesterday after tons of snow slid 200 feet down the side efforts to poke to the surface "I said Probing It was near the N O W P L A Y I N G THE FOUR AMIGOS SHOWS 8, 10 12 SADDLE SIRLOIN STEAK HOUSE RESERVATION;,* ««· j'-«6t 2 1 3 0 M t R A t L E M I L E W9 ,1 * J SWIM WETMORE POOL TUCSON'S LARGEST NORTH OF TOWN 171 W.Conarflts · MA2-0711 LAST ^ DAYS--OPEN 1J:4$ John Wayne in "THE WINGS OF EAGLES" Plus! Chuck Connors "GERON1MO" Andl Van Hcflin "BATTLE CRY'* NOW AT BOTH THEATRES OX TUCSON 17 WEST CON6R£SS U*. l Fox Opens 11:45 P.M. CACTUS DIIVEJN THEATRE JJ NO I M.YEHUON EA.S.J121 J» HUNTER FRANKIE AVALON OPERATION BIKINI AN AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PiClURt Also "CALIFORNIA' Jock Mahoney Starts WEDNESDAY AT BOTH THEATRES ,««.·' a * ·. romantic \ round-the-world/^^ ': Manhunt! * · '· METRO-GOLDWYN-MAYERdBMK .COME FLY WITH ME (n RAM VISIONS METRO CO LOR Dolores Hugh HART O'BRIAN Pamela TIFFIN met with little success. Searchers, a r m e d with poles found Marx t°P °f the avalanche. SHOW SCHEDULE (Times Furnished by Theaters) ·APACHE-- Niaht Creatures-- 7:30; Phantom of the Opera-- 9:10; Thing That Couldn't Die -- 10:30; Love Slaves of the Amazon-- 12. ·CACTUS: Giant-- 7:25 (whole show), 1:« (first half); Summer Place-- 11:30. CATALINA: Mutiny on the Bounty-- «. ·FIESTA: El Mago-- 7:37, 11:05; A Tiro FOX-TUCSON: Operation Bikini-- 2:24, 5:12, 8, 10:48; California-- 1, 3:48, 6:36, 9:24. LYRIC: Battle Cry-- 1:10, 7:31; Wings of Eagles-- 3:40, 10:01; Geronlmo-- 5:35. ·MIDWAY: To Kill a MockInsblrd-7:37 (whola stiow), 12:75. (first half); Cry for Happy-- 10:20. MIRACLE MILE: Rear Window-- »:2i; Follow the Boys-- 7:35, 11:25. PARAMOUNT: Man from Diners Club-1:10, 5:30, 9:50; Home from the Hills-- PARK: Miracle Worker-- 6:15, 10:10; Manchurlan Candidate-- «K5. PLAZA: Espelo de la Brula-- 1, 4:08, 7:11, 10:14; El Grlto de Muerfe-- 2:38, 5:46, 8:49. ·PRINCE: City of Gold-- 7:35, 12:05; Ben Hur-fi:30 (whole show), 12:25 (first half). ·RODEO: Giant-- 7:45 (whole show), 1:46 (First half); Summer Place -- 11-31 THE MOVIE: Shangri-La; Career Girls ""Holiday-- from 12:20; last show at ·22ND STREET: Five Miles to Midnlghf- 7:37, 11:22; Great Van Robbery-- 9:57. *-- Drive-In theaters. Pago's Chefs have mastered the art of fine cooking Finest of Food and Liquors Pat O'Dare and Betty Bello at (be keyboards We honor all Major Credit Cards 2201 ORACLE MA 4-6371 play, "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" swept five. . INDIVIDUAL S T E L L A R awards went to Zero Mostel of "A.-Funny Thing"; Uta Hagen and Arthur Hill of "Virginia Woolf." The fourth top performer prize w e n t to Vivien Leigh for her singing and dancing in "Tovarich. The "Tonys" for supporting players went to: Dramatic actor, Alan Arkin, of "Enter Laughing"; supporting dramatic actress, Sandy Dennis, "A,Thousand Clowns"; musical actor, David Burns, "A Funny Thing"; supporting actress, Anna Quayle, "Stop the World--I Want to Get Off." In addition to the prizes for the show itself, and Mostel and Burns, "A Funny Thing" earned citations for authors Burt Shevelove and Larry Gelbart; Producer Harold Prince and Director George Abbott. It was Abbott's fifth medallion. Mostel, Burns and Miss Hagen each had won once previously. THE HONORS for "Virginia Woolf" were rounded out with trophies to Director Alan Schneider, producers Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder. The olay by Edward Albee last Thursday won the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award as the season's best. Other "Tony" category winners were: Composer and lyricist, musical play, Lionel Bart, for "Oliver!"; scenic designer, Sean Kenny, "Oliver!"; costume designer, Anthony Powell, "The School for Scandal"; choreographer, B o b Fosse, "Little Me"; musical conductor, Donald Pippin, "Oliver!"; and stage technician, Solly Fernick, "Mr. President." THE WINNERS OF the awards--which are named in honor of the wing's wartime secretary, Antoinette Perry-are chosen by ballot of the organization's 800 members. The board of directors also gave three special citations- to Irving Berlin, for 55 years of songwriting; to the four- man cast of the satiric revue from London, "Beyond the Fringe"; and to W. McNeil Lowry, who directs theatrical grants for the Ford Foundation. TUCSON INN (127 W. Drachman) · Have you Breakfasted, Lun- cheoned, or Dined with us lately? Our warm hospitality includes superlative food, generous portions, at LOW, LOW PRICES! · Don't forget -- ANY DRINK at our Poolside Bar, between 2 5 P.M. 45 C (FREE Hors d'ouvres!) $·{50 carload DRIVE IN THEATRE WE PROUDLY PRESENT 2 AWARD WINNING HARD HITTING FAMILY PICTURES CUT-SHOCKS -CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOFr Metro- Gold wya-Maye/ Robert Eleanor MITCHUM-PARKER fei A SCt- C SI EG£L PrtxJuclioa -HOMEfrom the HILL DEBBiE REYNOlPS» folJLDOUGlAS .«,n*i FRED CLARK And KETROCOLO* ··· "The Mating Game* * JV * ·h ^ 2HR I NE CIRCUS RODEO FIELD SOUTH SIXTH AVENUE TUES. APRIL 30 WED. MAY 1 MATINEE 4:00 P.M. EVENING 8:15 P.M. WEST'S FAVORITE SHOW PRESENTED BY RUDY BROS. SPONSORED BY TUCSON SHRINE CLUB GEN. ADMISSION ADULT SI.50 CHILD TONYS FOR ALL -AP WIrtphofc Zero Mostel, Vivien Leigh, Uta Hagen and Arthur Hill (from left) hold Tony medallions awarded them in New York for performances on Broadway stage. Mostel was honored for starring role in musical, "A Funny Thing Happened On the Way to the Forum," Miss Leigh for her leading part in musical "Tovarich," and Miss Hagen and Hill for their performance in drama "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" Whole Insect Extract Recommended For Those People Allergic To Stings By FAYE MARLEY Science Service ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. -With the season of stinging insects upon the land, shots to prevent sometimes fatal reactions are advised for the allergic. But extracts from venom sacs alone may not protect some of those who are stung by bees, wasps and yellow jackets. Dr. Claude Langlois of the State University of New York at Buffalo told Science Service here that until more studies are done he favors use of the commercial "whole insect" extract instead of that produced and advised by Dr. Mary H. Loveless of Cornell University school of medicine, New York. PALMISTRY READINGS -- Advlc* on l o v e , marriage and business. Read- Ings assured. 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Previously, researchers believed that possibly pollen carried by the insects did the harm or that- protein found in the venom only was the culprit. A few years ago the pollen ASK BAR HOME OF THE Broil-ur-Own STEAK $1.35 COCKTAILS DRAUGHT BEER 22 W. Drachman 624-5956 Holiday House Cafeteria I If's Arizona's Finest! ,\ ! TODAY! CORNED BEEF CABBAGE . 90 Open Dally Luncheon Dinner Serve Yourself and Save!\ Afvernon Way, North of Speedway EA 5-5116 DON THOMPSON'S REDWOOD MENU Large Choree T-Bone Steak 2.50 Large Choice Top Sirloin Stealc 2.50 U.S. Choice Prime Rib 2.50 Large Choice New York Steak 2.50 Broiled Australian Lobstertail 2.50 Southern Fried Chicken (all you can eat) 2.00 CHILDREN'S MENU 1.25 All Entries include Garden Green Salad with Choice of Dressing, Garlic Toast and ' Baked or French Fried Potatoes LOUISE SKEEN At the Piano Bar LUNCHEON MENU INCLUDES: 5 Giant Size Sandwiches at 85« each REDWOOD Party and Banquet Facilities Available 5532 E. SPEEDWAY AX 8-3301 theory was discarded, leaving the question of whether it was the specific protein, or antigen, in the venom or in the body, or different proteins. Langlois and his collaborators, who plan further research, extracted venom sacs under microscopes and pre^ pared extracts of venom sacs and of insect bodies that were without venom sacs, which had been removed. They also ground up whole insects with venom sacs intact. They then immunized rah- bits with all three types of extract. They found specific antigens localized in the venom that could not be found in the body. But also antigens similar to those in venom found in the body. · Studies with blood serum from patients allergic to insect stings indicated. the presence of antibodies against these insects, and the wasp and yellow jacket particularly showed that they contained common offenders. Langlois told this reporter he hopes eventually to identify chemically and physiolog- ically the fraction or fractions responsible for allergic re-' action so that one specific treatment to prevent these reactions can be produced. At present, allergic persons need year-arount 1 treatment and a 'variety, of treatments in the spring, Langlois said, referring.to the'separate compounds produced commercially for each of the various insect stings. In wasps, he explained, there are 10 to 13 different antigens and the Buffalo group is trying to find a purified fraction for all of them. Smi'/m' Sam Says: YOU NOW CAN BUY TOP GRADE Bermuda Grass SEED It't being disfr/bufed by Tucson Fertilizer Co. n?A 3-8693 3900. N. Falrvlew Also--Mulching Manur*, Soil-Aid, Pear Moss, TU-FER-GANIC and Chemical FerfiV/zers. BSESSSSZSZSnEZSE seasaez VA1IFY INK on Sabino Canyon Road VALLCI Inn (The Original Hofbrau) RONNIE . . . The "Little Ole Winemaker" . . . 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