Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 4, 1960 · Page 29
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 29

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, June 4, 1960
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4 GREAT FEATURES AND ALL FOR TWO TICKETS AT Kc FOR A FULL CARLOAD! TONITE FIRST TUCSON SHOWING TOWERING TERROR! THC FIRST SUMO* Of THAT OLD UftOBI \JH · · l l tfceir PLUS AT 11:15 AT LAST! Ml THE Ml MffESCIEEN! EUWALLACH THRU STOOGIS CIRCUS OF HORRORS trrlMAftTON DIFFRING* ERIKAHMMR YVONNE MONUUR AMERICAN-INTERNATIONAL WCfW -- CO-FEATURE · w MI mi-am mm KMM HAVE ROCKET, WlUTRAVU THE MOST VICIOUS IN HOOD GANGLAND HISTORY! AT 12:30 THE GIANT EVA GABOR No advice O.~,M, WANNER KNO*. AY OANION · KAREN STEELE BEHEMOTH FIESTA 4 FEATURES TONIGHT STRIPTEASE * BRIGITTE BARDOT EACH OWED THE OTHER HIS LIFE... KIRK DOUGLAS /WHOMT QUINN CREATIST GUNFIGHTI*!) SWDNDK. ·OK mm fcJeei CMCMASCOrt COUMi Everybody enjoys Blondie and Dag- wood. Follow their adventures daily in the Citizen comics. Gaborisms From Eva NEW YORK -- "There's nothing duller than a pretty boy," purred blond, vivacious Eva Gabor. "They think they are pretty, but actually, darling, they're ghastly. "Don't misunderstand. I'm not opposed to men who are attractive. Tyrone Power was the most beautiful man who ever lived. But he wasn't a pretty boy. He was charming and intelligent in addition to being handsome. "I used to think Tab Hunter was a pretty boy, but he isn't Oh, He's owte. He's beautiful, really. But he's also a down to earth young man with a great d«*l of talent. Tony Curtis may have been a pretty boy at one time, but be isn't any more. Now he has talent to 90 with hit good looks. "I may be confusing you, darting. A pretty boy, to me, k someone who looks at IrimseK · the mirror instead of look- in* »t hM fid. AH that kind of it man has to-offer Is his good looks. Nothing else. He's an empty person." Eva, who is married to business tycoon Richard Brown, knows a thing or two about romance. "I've been through it all, darling," she cooed during an interview the other day. "But I still can't give advice to worn- en. There -are too many categories of men. "When a girl is 17, she may be satisfied just to be in love. It may not be love, but she thinks it is. I think I was mature when I was 12. Even then I knew something about men." Eva emphatically denied that any feud or rivalry exists between her and her sister, Zsa Zsa. "If there is any fend," she said, "I don't know about it. Neither of us seems to have any trouble getting jobs. We aren't rivals. Zsa Zsa does a lot of night club work, and I don't. I work on the stage, and she doesn't. Of course, we both show up from time to time on the Jack Paar program, but even then we aren't rivals. Eva mid her older sister, Magda, has retired from show business since she married three years ago. "I'm lucky," she said. "My husband doesn't mind if I continue my career. Life must be awfully boring for a woman who doesn't work. I feel terribly sorry for women with nothing to do. I feel even . sorrier for then- husbands. The husband comes home from a hard day's work and his wife is rested and anxious to go out. He's exhausted. It's not fair. I think thi« makes for lots of divorces. "Personally, I've never really been tired. The more I work the more rested I fed. "Dick and I are going to Europe far Hie wmnwr. It'll be my first vacation in years, and I'm scared." PAGE 30 TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN SATURDAY, JUNE 4, I960

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