Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 1, 1963 · Page 35
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WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY I, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE 37 BACK IN LOVE'S PALACE Jayiie Sheds Mickey, Returns With Sardelli HOLLYWOOD^-UPT--Bosomy actress Jayne Mans- ield was back home in her "pink palace built for love" oday--minus a husband. The glittering blonde returned with her rumored --AP Wlreptiolo JAYNE GETS DIVORCE Actress Jayne Mansfield clutches her dog, Galena, as she poses with night club entertainer Nelson Sardelli in Los Angeles last night on her return from Juarez, Mexico. Sardelli accompanied the actress to Mexico where she was granted a divorce from muscleman Mickey Hargitay. hird husband, Nelson Sardelli, after signing divorce papers yesterday in " ink in Juarez, Mexico. 'quickie" ed The divorce from Hungarian strong man Mickey Hargitay .ook five minutes. Miss Mansfield and Sardel- t, a multilingual singer-actor of Italian extraction born in Jrazil, flew together from Texas to Mexico and then on o Los Angeles the same day. They had spent the night with Miss Mansfield's step! ather and mother in Dallas. But the pair dodged questions from newsmen about when, and if, they would marry. "I only got my divorce several hours ago," said Miss Mansfield after stepping from a jetliner carrying her pet Chihuahua. "1 think it's a little premature to say anything now, don't you?" Sardelli was more effusive in his remarks at the time of the Juarez divorce. "We love each other and hope to marry," he was quoted as saying. "She plays on the strings of my heart." Miss Mansfield told Judge Miguel Gomez Guerra of the First Civil Court that she and Hargitay already had made a property settlement and arranged for custody of their two children, Miklos, 4, and Zoltan, 2. Miss Mansfield also has daughter, Jayne Marie, 12, by her first husband, Paul Mans ield, a public relations man. The children, she said, would 'live with me, darling." Miss Mansfield, who gave ler age as 28, divorced Hargitay, 32, on grounds of incompatibility. She said she simply could not get along Zoning For 2 North Side Shopping Centers Okayed with him. She did not say whether she would keep the house on Sunset Boulevard which she shared with Hargitay, who nad inscribed on the bottom of the heart-shaped pool the words "I love you, Jaynie." Civil Service Jobs Increase Slightly WASHINGTON -- DPI Sen. Harry F. Byrd, D-Va., said today that civilian employment in executive agencies of the government stood at 2,485,738 in March, as compared with 2,483,511 in February. Zoning for two shopping centers on the north side of the metropolitan area was approved yesterday by the County Planning and Zoning Commission. Final approval is now up to the Board of Supervisors. Approved for business was land on the east side of 1st Avenue and the north side of Roger Road, owned by John Jannetto, and an area on the west side of Oracle Road and the north side of Magee Road, owned by F. J. Perillo. Both men objected to requests made by the county engineer for donation of rights of way for county roads. Jannetto said that he had dedicated land bordering Roger Road for his share of a 120- foot roadway and had given land for an alley. He said the engineer now wants a wider road and alley. He was granted the zoning without a requirement for the additional land. Perillo said demands for rights of way would cut hi property by 25 per cent of it original area. He said the en ineer asked for 100 feet on /lagee Road, which is half the roposed width. Magee, Pe- illo said, would then be wider lan Speedway. FOX LYRIC ,3 Features-Open 12:45 NEW ADM. PRICES--GEN. ADM. 7J« STUDENTS SOc, CHILD 2JC. CHILD WITH PARENTS FREE * BRIGITTE BARDOT * "And God Created Women" Anthony Frctnciosa "Period of Adjustment" Robert Wagner "A Kiss Before Dying" 3 Drunk Drivers Are Sentenced Three motorists--one a sec- )nd offender--were fined and ailed after pleading guilty in ocal courts Monday to Irunken driving. Robert Clarence Allen, 59, of 1701 S. 6th Ave., was fined 150 and ordered to jail for 15 days after pleading guilty n City Court to the second offense. Pleading guilty in City Court to a first offense was Burton S. Gentry, 44, of 222 W. Irvington Road. He was : ined the usual $100 and ordered to serve 10 days in jail James Archie G r i f f i t h , 23 of 809 W. Calle Francita, was given the same penalty wrier he pleaded guilty in Justice Court 4. The planning department lad asked for 75 feet, which 3 erillo was willing to give. The commissioners granted the zoning for the 75-foot dedication. f , | « U , i t l Catalina 1030 N. Park MA 3-4851 ACADEMY AWARD WINNER! "Best Actress" ANNE BANCROFT "Best Supporting Actress" PATTY DUKE M .tne, Miracle worker Frank Sinatra Laurence Harvey Janet Leigh Manchurian Candidate MATINEE TODAY! Shows at 1:00 4:30 S:00 ft UAin J-J06?. Paramount 318 E. Congress St. LAST 3 DAYSl OPEN 1J:4S P.M. and Robert Mitchum in "HOME FROM THE HILL" APACHE THEATRE Per Car Load FOR THIS ADVLT SPECIAL ONLV BIC BOLD AND DARING ADULT FILMS CALL 294-9101 FOR TITLES D f t l V f - I M T H I A T R I Do (Siena IBIort West otOtacleHd OPEN 7 P. M. . "DavsoFwrne anpRoses" Pueblo Senior Wins Scholarship Grace Burruel, a Pueblo High School senior, has been awarded a $1,000 scholarship by the Vesta Club in Phoenix. Miss Burruel, who is planning a career in accounting, attended elementary schools in Mexico and could speak very little English when she entered Pueblo. However, she ranks 13th in her class ol 355. She is 18 years old and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pau Burruel, 802 W. Ajo Way. STARTS TODAY 'LOS GAVILANES' P«dro Infante Vluscular Dystrophy roup To Meet The eighth annual meeting of the Tucson area chapter, Muscular Dystrophy Association of America, will be helc ;omorrow at the Holiday Inn. Dinner will be served at 7 p.m., followed by election of officers for 1963. Alan McGee, president, will report on the recent fund-raising campaign and on the local patient service program. Ron Nash, regional director from Los Angeles, will attend the meeting, opened to all interested persons. Ex-Civil Employes To Hear Sen. Ahee State Sen. Sol Ahee of Tucson, D-Pinm, will speak Friday noon at a luncheon meeting of Tucson Chapter 55, National Association of Retired Civil Employes. Visitors are welcome to attend the meeting at the YWCA, 738 N. 5th Ave. DID YOU SAY: 'HELD OVER FOR A 7th WEEK'? ... I THOUGHT I HEARD YOU SAY: "The birds is coming! We did Alfred . . . and . . . the birds is coming soon . . . However, we are holding over the picture that has swept Tucson off its feet and captured the hearts of thousands of Men, Women and Children who have seen "To Kill A Mockingbird" . . . WHY such gratifying response to this picture? HERE'S WHY!! Winner of 4 Academy Awards headed by Best Actor Gregory Peck; Nominated for a total of 8 awards induing Best Picture Best Supporting Actress and Best Director . . . Selected as this year's official entry in the Cannes Film Festival. -Alfred, we want to give every person in Tucson a chance to experience this story of a father who can protect his children with only his love. THE MOVIE 1039 E. 6TH ST. Matinee Daily Adults Only ENDS TODAY "SHANGRI-LA" and "CAREER GIRLS ON A HOLIDAY" STARTS THURS. HERE AT LAST Complete, Uncut Starring BARBARA VALENTINE Hollywood Starlets At The Riviera Film Festivals AT 12:30 UNCUT THE its own t is hovi a memorable Motion fjct 11 y CACTUS DllVtJH THIATIE J1NO I AlVfKNON [A. I 111) FOX TUCSON \ I7WWTCOH6U5J UA. i-MII PME r*1H Aftw k ^J D. T 5«i FOX OPENS U:45 P.M. STARTS TODAY AT BOTH THEATRES THREE AH2LJME HOSTESSES ON! A « ·.;·· , j S · : * : N GOLDWYN MAYER \^ N THE WORLD ^^iiiesenTs mm waNHunt! UOMilv . FiY WiTri **, W ,TH PHILLIP /OTo COMEDY CO-FEATURE "Cry For Happy" Glenn Ford "RUTH " WHITE · PAUL FIX · BROCK PETERS · FRANK OVERTON · ROSEMARY MURPHY · COLLIN WILCOX c?c. n ±r NOW SHOWING IN ITS 42nd NIGHT AT THE 4500 E. SPEEDWAY EA 6-0111 f^^\, ·:·'*/* STAHRINO DOLORES HUGH HART OBRIAN KARL PAMELA KARL TIFFIN MAIDEN METRO COLOR Campbell at Print* EA (-3341 STARTS TONIGHT Liz Taylor Rock Hudun Jjm«» Dean -- CACTUS CO-HIT -"The Courtship of Eddie's Father 1 -- FOX CO-HIT - In /MAM VISION* 4 UCTROCQLOK £ CONNIE FRANCIS STEVENS',. Plui Richard B«an *nrf Dorothy McOuIr* In "A SUMMER PLACI" 12nd Selveder* EA 7-*9» STARTS TONIGHT--BEST PICTURE BEST ACTRESS ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS Bette Davis and Joan Crawford "WMEVEHMED ToBOBYJANEf; IN COLOR BROS. Tina i. Alvtrnon EA 5-3133 to* Dl«»1ay A4 "COME FLY WITH ME" Ptui "THE C O U R T S H I P OF EDDIE'S FATHER" S. Park Ave. MA. Mill "EL ESOUELETO DE LA SENORA MORALES" In Color--"CL CABALLO DE Ml GENERAL" S T A R T S TONIGHT QHHBH Nogalej Highway AX 4-353} DARINGLY BOLD!! SHOCKINGLY TOLD!! "SECRET FILE, HOLLYWOOD 11 --ALSO-- 7th Commandment 1

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