Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 24
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WEEKLY BID BOARD AUCTION AND COINS HioH Kid Rwy* «t 3 P.M. Every Saturday OLD PUEBLO STAMP - COIN SHOP 307 F. Cenorc'sf $». Swimming Jimerican Homes P O O L EA 7-3172 Corn*r Ee»*ten| A Swan 35' -50' Monthly and Yearly Membershipt AvaiUW* JIMW 1st Open Sat. 4 SIM. * l« I Weekday* 2: IS « * ».m. ART CARNEY The shy type Reluctant Top Banana Young Couples Widi. me eMnpMion 4 the BrichU Elementary School, U k now pocslblc t« live in the foothill* with all cky conveniences, including city water and sewers, and have your children walk te school. Foothill living, hitf, above the dust and polleiK, and only I'/ 2 miles from dte heart of town, can be yours for a low down payment. Lot price* s t a r t at f!,SM; houses start at $14 as*. Supply k llmlted-ACT NOW!! Ironwood Hills Satec office-2M* W. Speedway (One Mile from El Rio Country CW», west of SUverbell Road). PkoM MA 1-1111 for inlorm*- DM. Dr. L F. Rtdmacher Dentist 180 N. Church Ave. PttU *nd, Partitl Detaurts Dtnitttt RepMf Telephone MA 2-1761 LET'S RENT A NEW CAR Tucson Municipal Airport RENT-A-CAR MA 3-2 1 24 24 HR. MA 3-2 1 12 SERVICE Sands Office MA 4-7192 Hours 8 to 4 p.m. MR. MIKE SAYS: Question: Can a home owner effectively protect hie home against termites? Answer: Not without special equipment, knowledge a n d experience. Question: How CM » h » m r owner he sure in proiecdnR the home again* termites? Answer: Call Stale Chemical Company. For Fre* l«»p»crt*n end Etlimote Coll Now EA 64786 or EA 7*7401 Satisfying Twoon Since MM State Chemical Co., Inc. T*rmife 1 *tf C»n»rof Service 415t E. GIANT M. WHL ENJOY If AL WESTEIN RANCH LIVING By VEMNON SCOTT HOLLYWOOD -- UPI -- If the fading television season has produced a new star, it is Art Carney, Jackie (Season's oW sidekick. ' 'And if there is anyone who looks and behaves unlike a star, M ifi Carney. He cowl'" pass unnoticed in a erowd--or even in uncrowded circumstance*. During his years with Gteaaon, Art happily escaped the limelight by hiding behind the fat comedian's considerable bulk. Now, however, he is a reluctant top banana himself and determined Hot to share the same fate mat killed off his ex-boss-- wer-exposure. He IMS refused all offers to appear in a w«ekly show whether it be dramatic, comedy or variety. Fearfal, lest his Irish face become too familiar, Art will appear few frequently next season. "I had eight shows of my own ttes season,'.'. »e explained. That's enough right there. Then add to that a, few guest appearances and - .r«M of 'The Honey- Moonen' that I made wMi Jackie and yW'ca* see I's* oa television too much as it is.; "It M every week when I was with Jackie because I wasn't boss. Jackie took all the responsibility. "I've never been an organizer, or the leader type. That's why I was in the infantry and never made more than Pfc." Typically, Art forgot to add that he was wounded in action -and received the Purple Heart. It is his modesty and unwillingness to discuss his talents that distinguishes Carney from other TV top-notchers. . Jack Paar, Steve Alien, Gleason and the rest would rather talk about themselves, on and off the air, than anything else. This, Art acknowledges, is partially responsible for their popularity. , How, then, does Camey explain his tremendous ratings and critical approval during the past season? . - "Wefl," he hesitated, "maybe it's because sometimes the public takes an interest in a performer who if not a forward, aggressive person. It happens sometimes. And thank good- new, I might add. Those other, fellows are stand-up penonaKtie*. They play themselves every week. I can't do, mat k is necessary ·or *»e to ntafce people forget who T am by acting owl my roles." "I may not appear on TV at all next season if a good Broadway show comes along," Art concluded. M VMMIMS M LITTLE OUTFIT BOYS- RANCH Uc««*4 in UoutifJ mb-Wfli S« MU*Y · CtAfTS · AKHWV MMNG · SWIMMING · tOATING Patagonia, Arizona, Box 538 C) ENROIL YOUR CHILDREN NOW : M *«« »/ tMtr EXCITING SUMMER PROGRAMS Keep thenkojj the hot streets in out crisp new *if-coohd gym or refreshing swimming fool ''^Siimminf instruction #nder supervision of Red Cross irmned personnel. The Ctitrge It Nomiiu* . . . Yo* Will Never Helwvf It O/VLY |50 FOR 3 WEEKS To non-center members 9 to 4 PM Special Rate for Members . . $31.00 MEMBERSHIP in the Tucson Jewish Community Center is Avtilabk to AIL Members, of the Community RegardUss of Race or Creed nor LUNCHES AFTERNOON SNACKS DAY CAMP PLAY CAMP 6-11 Ye*J . 3 W - 5 Y f *r, Arts (, Crtftf, M TRAILBLAZERS Rudimentary Group Games. Sports-- Tr*mpoliite 12-14 Ye^rt Trips, Modern Play Equipment Crsftf, Ctmpoitts, Bowling, Golj, Horseback Riding, Trips, Sports ffedb *n»fr«M w UnJSr . TrvinW 5«««rvfs«*« TUCSON JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER 102 N. PLUMER MA 4-8603 SPACE DONATED SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 19*0 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN PAGE 2b

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