Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 2, 1950 · Page 11
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 11

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, November 2, 1950
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Current Lovers Sadden Old Star - By BOB THOJIAS HOLLYWOOD, Nov. 2. (IP)--Antonio Moreno, a top romantic star of the silent movies, shook his head sadly as he considered the current crop of screen lovers. "They just don't have it," sighed the, Madrid-born actor, still handsome; at 63. He is making a comeback to the industry he first joined in 1912. "The new stars don't have the romantic appeal," he declared. "The real' lovers are the more mature men. Take Charles Boyer, for example. I can see why women would be crazy for him. Ke has a romantic air about him. · "Clark Gable is another. He is simple and plain-spoken. 'And the success of Ezio Pinza proves that women go for the man who is mature and polished. "The younger stars are all right for .the bobby ^ox crowd. But they know nothing about how to make -love.":, ' GWs Uninspiring Too · 'Moreno--added that the current glamor .girls are equally uninspir ' ing. . -·.-...· -. The sexiest woman on the screen today is Gloria Swanson,' ; said She Ector, who costarred with ·her -in''"My American Wife" in 1923. ·· "In the silent days, actresses Roy L. Brown Plans Baptist ^Service Here ,in "Captain from Castile." He has| "done several roles since and is now working in "Don Renegade." Although he earned 2% million, the actor has but §250,000 le.'t, from which he earns $10,000 yearly. "You can blame it on real estate,' he explained. "I was taken. The money disappeared in a subdivision dream called Moreno Highlands. "But I am happy. I have my garden and I have' a wealth of friends. I have, more invitations for dinner and parties than I can accept." A widower since 2933, he has managed to stay unmarried--"but I barely escaped a couple of times," Bisbee Jayvees To Play Douglas were picked--for. their sex appeal-with the. exception of Lillian Gish and little Mary Pickford. Most of the women on the screen today do not have it." ' ' ... · No- modern lover has achieved the fame of Rudolph Valentino, he added. (Valentino got his first break because Moreno was not available for the lead In "The Four Horsemen.") Moreno commented that movie love making is not'what H used to.be; - · · ' - ' . ' · ' · "The. talkies killed love on the screen." he observed. "The reason is that love is more effective when _it is silent Novarrovand I Valentino, Ramon could make- a love -scene real by our actions alone. _ "But when you introduce ' talk Into a-love'scene, it is dangerous. The things -that you say to your lover might sound silly or offensive to someone else." /-Moreno himself was a casualty of sound. Although he had been in this country since 1902 and was an American citizen, he had . a · trace of an accent. (It is now hardly noticeable.) The producers were hiring almost'no one except those .who spoke perfect English. ; , " Ma8e Spanish Films ' A t first ho kept working by acting in Spanish-language version's of films made in Hollywood. But in 1935, the, practice of making two versions of films was 'ended. From -then on, he did little but putter in the garden of his $127,000 .home (now'worth $50,000, he says) just off/Hollywood boulevard. He ·was.; also active in Los Angeles ·'society.'-..- · Moreno's, career resumed when he -played Tyrone -Power's father BISBEE, have been Nov.. 2.--Three games carded, for the Bisbee high school freshman-sophomore football team with the first scheduled against the Douglas Bullpups tomorrow afternoon- in the Warren ball park at 3 o'clock. Coached by Jim Quill, the Bisbee high Puma Kittens, have been working out daily preparing for the clash with the Douglas Jayvees. Quill reports some of the boys on the squad, which is 35 strong, show real promise in developing into future varsity material. Bisbee will travel to Douglas to meet the Bullpups on Armistice day in a return match and will meet .the Nogales'Papooses in Nogales Nov. 15, :, This is the first- time In several years that, a junior varsity foot-j jalF team has -"been 'organized at Bisbee high school. Designed .to ;ive the prospective gridsters experience and. a thorough grounding in fundamentals, the Erosh outfit has been showing plenty of spirit and promise. Recall V o t e Gangster Run LOS ANGELES, Nov. 2. Chief of Police William H. Parker claims the underworld is behind attempts to recall Mayor Fletcher Bowron. and. that already, "gang. sters have assigned out various parts of the city and Hollywood is all sold out" ' · "- '. Parker, in speaking at a Lawyers Club meeting yesterday, said the recall movement against Bowron is the "greatest attempt by the underworld in its history!" The recall election is next Tuesday. There are seven candidates to succeed Bowron in case of his recall. ' . . i Chief Parker said an investigation he made showed that "the tentacles of the underworld extend so far T,hat one of the major stockholders of a local .downtown building is the former financial wizard of the Capone mob." The police chief said he discovered this situation in making anj investigation of a "recall contest"! conducted by opponents- of Mayor) Bowron. Participants in the con- Roy L. Brown, former Detroit test are .asked to give their esti- businessman, will conduct evange- mate of the number of votes by Ustle gervlces gt the pirst Baptist church, North Sixth avenue and East Fifth street, Nov. 5 through Nov. 12. He will speak at regular Sunday worship services at 11 a.m and 7:30 p.m. and each weekday I at 7:30 p.m. in the church auditor- jium. Morning Bible studies will ba | held at 10 a.m. Monday through Friday in Sleetli chapel. A nursery will be provided for small children. Brown has for the past four years been affiliated with the Bible teaching staff of Fuller Evangelistic foundation. His method of Bible teaching has been built up from years of experience in using a unique system of original Bible charts. While actively engaged in bus!-, ness, he devoted a quarter of a century organizing and teaching business men's Bible classes, laymen's gospel teams and Bible conference programs. While his message is decidedly evangelistic, he never attempts methods to embarrass his studience to, secure results which the ministry of the Holy Spirit can alone accomplish. which Bowron will be recalled. But there will only be a winner, and prizes given, if he is recalled. Jewish Book Month Is Set Members of the Young Israel girls and boys clubs, .who sponsor the Young Israel lending library of Jewish special books, series will inaugurate a of programs and bulletin displas in honor of Jewish Book month, Ida Danzig, club sponsor announced. .The first outstanding evsnt paying tribute to Jewish books and famous Jewish'authors will be at the Young- Israel Melaveh Malkeh at 8:00 pjn. Saturday at the Young Israel synagogue, 2443 E. Fourth St., where club members will participate in a program of dramatics and recitations aiming to Introduce part of the vast treasury of Jewish literary contributions to ' civilization. ' ' · Besides distributing Jewish book marks to those who request them during Jewish Book month the girls and boys clubs will also maintain a display of Jewish books and bulletins at the Young Israel synagogue. The Jewish Book Council of America, sponsored by the National Jewish Welfare board, ins'titutes and fosters Jewish Book month. Jewish- Book month, by concentrating attention on Jewish books, seeks to dramatize the value of Jewish books in the world today. The Young Israel lending, library is open Mondays through Thursdays, 9:30 a. m, to 5:00 p. m. for the benefit, of those who wish to borrow, .read, or refer to the volumes in the library. 2 Firms Face Drug Charges Two Tucson business firms, Matthias Prescription pharmacy and the Jones Drug Co., were charged with mishandling drugs yesterday in a complaint on file in the U. S. district court clerk's office. The complaints were filed by U. S. Assistant Dlst. Atty. K. Berry Peterson. The pharmacy and William C. Matthias are charged with repacking phenobarbital tablets, with the result they allegedly were misbranded. TJiey are further charged with disposing of them without a physician's prescription. Walter W.- Hafley and the drug company are charged with repacking pulvules seconal sodium so as to misbrand them and seUing them without a prescription. ECHO FROM PAST WICHITA, Kas. (UK--Small world department: 0. L. Wallace found two 1919 calendars in a house he bell was wrecking. The calendars were printed and distributed by his late father, F. M. Wallace, a few months' before he died 31 years ago. *««»«««»« II Thunday Evenlno, Nov. 1, Lad, 14, Lucky On First Deer Hunt BENSON, Nov. 2.--A. number of deer hunters reported "good luck" over the week end. One young hunter was especially thrilled because it was "the first one I ever shot'' He is 14-year-old Dean Peake, Benson Union high school freshman, son of Mrs.. Syble Peake. Dean was hunting with Clifford Schrader, in the Huachuca- mountains Saturday. They had been out Only 1 hour and 5 minutes when he spotted his deer. It dressed out at 75 pounds. Jto. and Mrs. Don Wattles and Mr. 1 '-'and Mrs. Edward Robinson spent Sunday in the Whetstone moulntains without any luck. Hunting Friday, Saturday and Sunday in the vicinity of Rock creek in the Chiricahua mountains were John .Crozier, Vernon Camp- and Jimmy Judd o£ Benson, accompanied by Crozier's' cousins, Bob and Hal McKenzie, Phoenix. They proudly announced "between the five of us we got four deer." EVA RECENT EEAL ESTATE transaction Mr. and Mrs. Edgar H. Mattocks bought back from Mr. and Mrs.. S. Kesselman, the -Mattocks Lodge, 42S E. Ninth st. The :odge. will be remodeled and ready "or.guest occupancy about Dec. -1. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Veck, Chicago, 111., have purchased the Mattocks' home at 4017 Paseo Dorado. 1950 Miss Arizona, Garvey Open Fair PHOENIX, Nov. 2. 01.?)--Gov. Dan E. Garvey, accompanied by Miss Arizona of 1950, Kathryn Lunsford, will leave the capital building tomorrow morning in a stagecoach bound for the state fairgrounds. The carriage, escorted by men on horseback, will take official party to the fair for the ribbon cutting and grand opening ceremony of the 1950 exposition The gates will open to an expects crowd of 300,000 during' the 10 day event. Three-bands will parade throug] downtown ~" morrow's six the will be the Avondale baby band of Good Eating! READY TO HEAT- EAT- ENJOY! You'll say Van Camp's is the most delicious chili you ever sile. Choice lean beef small, hand-picked Idaho red beans'.', .an exclusive sauce of spicy sea- soilings and chili peppers--not too hot tut just right to suit all lastea.Atyour.groccr'sin a (special Fiesta display. ..in regular and new {(-ounce sizes, ENJOY PORK BEANS WITH THAT FAMOUS VAN CAMP'S FLAVOR! New Gobble Saddle Red Cross' newest little casual that's soft as a glove., smart and novel with sweaters 'n skirts. In Red, Brown, Blue with White, Brown with White. Priced for tiny budgets at \ 9.95 i*npn4*ti ha «t «mrcfi«n adatner mtit TW Amerie** ttflitrtul Rid Craa Americas unchallenged shoe value 8,95 to (Qi95 8om e styles slightly higher Women i Shoe*, Street Floor THE SIM OF THE CEREALS IS QUAKER OATS! LESS THAN A SERVING FOR THIS DELICIOUS CEREAL A Giant in Nutrition, Value, flavor! Choose the best! $ ine Foods and Spirits Here, yitm'Il find only the finest of imported and domestic foods ... only the most famous lines from our Spirits Shop! Choose from ·distinctive brands ... choose to suit your own special tastes! Telephone Service and Free Delivery. Some of the Blue C h i p s FKOM O T J R S ' P I R I T S SHOP . . . Jack Daniel's Tenne s s e e SOUR MASH BOURBON. Bol'S, H O L LAND GIN. Booth's House of Lords Gin. Marie Brizzard's · Cordials. P I E R R E GARNER'S CORDIALS. PERNOD (100 PROOF). Lancer's Rose Crackling Wine (in -jugs). UNDERRANGA CHILEAN RHINE. Dinehard's Liebfraumilch. French dinner-wines and The" Celebrated Brews-- ·Hacker-Brau Genuine BA- VARIAK-MtJNICH. BEER ·Heineken's H O L L A N D BEER. Black Horse Ale from Canada. BASS ALE from England. Guinness's Stout, You .will also find-- ; O E L E S T I N S V I C H Y (bottled at the Springs at Vichy, France). , SCHWEPPES G I N G E R , BEER. SCHWEPPES Q U I N I N E WATER. Schweppe's Soda Water. Rose's Imported L i m e Juice. CANDIES . . . OLD CRE O L E D A Y S C A N D Y A S S O R T . M E . N T direct f r o m N e w O r leans, Gift Tin of 2% Ibs. at 3.75 . . . Katherine Beecher MINTS ·. .. MAIL- lARO CHOCOLATED. . Rose Bud Mints - . . - . .. Brown and Haley ALMOND ROCA and box Chocolates . . . MAPLE CANDIES . . . P U R E V E R M O N T MAPLE CREAM, try it. spread on toast, 1 'Ib.' Jar at 1.35. De'. Met's Turtles, Riley'a Rum and Butter Toffee from England' -. . -.. Peerless HARD CANDIES. IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC FOODS . . . Turkish Type Coffee . . . For those -who desire « sweet demi-tasse priced at 1.25 per jar. Chili Con Carne Seasoning Powder, made from .original' formula of the. Famous Brown Derby Restaurant of Hollywood,per jar 45c. OLD FASHIONED FRUIT CAKES with Rum'packed in Tin Cannister w i t h attractive Christmas Scene Cover ready for ship-, ping 3 !b. cake at 2.19 each, Goida's "Old Fashioned' Corn Meal . , . Water Milled . . . . Stone- Ground,. 2-lb. bag 59c · Genuine Dusseidorf Mustard from Germany in attractive miniature Steins, 1.35 each. Imported FRENCH CHESTNUT SPREAD, 17 oz, tin 95c.' Pate de Foie G-ras with Truffles from Argentina, 4% oz. ' can 9Sc _. ... ANGELICA, a crystallized Aromatic Plant from France, S oz, pkg. 1.50. CREOLE SEASONING from New Orleans Old French Quarters, 2 oz. jar 29c. FROZEN FOODS . . . Squab Turkeys . . . Small-tender-' birds, average from 4% to 6 Ibs. each at 89c per Ib. . : . Home made GRKEN CORN TAMALES, 6 for 98c. Aba'lone Steaks, package of 4 ready to fry 'at 85c . . . PRIED RICE, Breaded Shrimp Dinner. ' Home made APPLE PIES . . . 9 inch . . . ready for the oven. Individual. Chicken Pies . . . RAINBOW TROUT . ,.. Cheese Cake . .. Sirloin Tips with mushroom* and sauce . CHEESE SNACK ITEMS . . . Original Herklmer County, NEW YORK A G E D CHEDDAR CHEESE, per Ib. 1.19. Olida Tender BONELESS COOKED HAM from France, approximately 12 Ib. tins at 1.50 per Ib. . . . HOLLAND GOluDA OR EDIM CHEESE . . . Edward Artzner Foie Gras and Truffles, IMPORTED SWISS CHEESE EAM, 6. portion box 1.25 . . . Domestic Big Eye Swiss- ENGLISH STILTON . . . Wine Snacks . . . Santos COCKTAIL C H E E S E. Imported Anchovy. Paste. Fine Foods, Spirits, Lmvtr floor Most necessary item since the · invention of men's shoulders! Men's Sport Coats 35.00 The slickest", most flattering all-wool coats in solid colors., also in Herring* bone, Houndstodth and Shetland pat* terns. 3-button models with patch pock* etg, complete size range. What man i« there ivho hag enough of. t h e s e all · purpoea slacks? Men's all-wool Slacks 15.80 'An unusually fine selection of. allwool slacks in worsted gabardines arid flannels . . . ire sizes that fit perfectly? regulars, shorts and longs., 28 to 44. Quality tailored, full color range. · SPUNRAY SPORT SHIRTS that are wrinkle-re- sislatil and Sanforised. Aqua, grey, maize, natural tan. . 5.00 Men's Shop, Street Floor you'll go everywhere in Oldmaine Loafers The comfort shoes to take you cross- campus or cross the town. Oldmaine Trotters are hand-sewn for snug, / easy fitting . . . your first pair will open your eyes to the pleasure you've missed. 11.45 Men's Shoes, Street floor

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