Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 27, 1954 · Page 34
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 34

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L TUCSON LITTLE THEATER PRESENTS A FINAL PERFORMANCE OF 'LO AND BEHOLD!' Because two of last week end's performances of "Lo and Behold!" were "sold. out" the Tucson Little Theater decided to present one final performance of the John Patrick play tonight. The time is 8:30 p.m.- the place the Temple of Music and Art. In this scene, photographed.last week, three ghosts (back of couch) are trying to promote a romance between Charles McCoy and Gwen Howard. The ghosts (left to right) are Bob Prestlien, Hal Landon and Elizabeth Kneeland. That's Mary Ann Abosfcetes on'the floor at left. - '" v . ' Wildlife Expert Visits In Tucson Dr.. Herbert W. Brand!? one of America's .foremost wildlife au. thorities, is visiting this month at the Triple H ranch, in Tucson. A native o f . Cleveland,...Dr. Brandt is author of "Arizona and Its Birdlife" and other books on birds of Alaska and Texas. He is one of the best known amate'ur. ornithologists in the U n i-t e d States. Dr. Brandt recently was ch'osen by the }\ r ash Motor Co. to be recipient of its national conservation award. :'. . ·. · A prominent businessWiati, Dr. Brandt is unique .among naturalists in that he organizes, finances and conducts his own expeditions to gather knowledge about ica's bird life. " Gordon Novel$ : Being Filmed Two recent suspense novels by the husband-wife team of Mildred and Gordon Gordon, who write tinder the name? of The Gordons, are being .-filmed in Hollywood. · - ' . " . "Case Pile: FBf," published by Doubleday, will be brought to life by Brofiericki Crawford and Ruth Roman. Crawford will play the famous fic'tianal character of "Kip." _ Dorothy McGuire and Stephen McXalJy will .star in "Make Haste to'Live," 1 which was filmed' In Santa Fe, N.M. , ' , : ;'' _T, The Gordons formerly lived -,in Tucson. Gordon was mariagijig editor of the Daily Citizen. ·""' At 10 Years Of Age ~ Gloria's A Television Star AROUND IHE WORLD I CRUISE 1955 Sew M. S. Knnctslioliii 1 .Leaves Now York -I January 8, 1955 I 97 days I Visits Madeira, Gibraltar, I France, Italy,. 'Eg'ypti I Arabia, India, Ceylon, I Thailand, Indonesia, I . Philippines, Hong Kong, I Japan, Hawaii, Canal I Zone, thru Panama Canal I .Kates from $2900 I Hy ways and By ways I Travel Service GIG X. Country Club Road Xo Charge for Our Sr,T«;cji | --'Dial 5-9!!H -- By Bernice Cosulich NEW- 'YORK--How would you-'like to be thrown out of Echoql. because -you were too .good" That is what happened to Gloua Bowen, who was bom in Tucson just 10 years, ago and whose father is now \\uth the AP New sfeatures department in New . York · City, and -whose mother, Mis Sherry Bowen, Is hei tele\ ision manager Glona has been stud3ing bjrf let with varius New York teacheib, including the coips de ballet master of the -Metro- politaii,,Opera.Co., for about six of · her 10 .years. -Not Jong ago she enrolled in a class of 12 and 14-j ear ojds A few lessons later the teacher called Mrs. ·Bowen aside. . "WE CAN'T teach : Gloria anv- .thing here; she's too advanced." said the' teacher. "And our older girls are dropping out, discouraged.- that she · exceeds- them in skill Could you find another teacher for her or another class?" Pojitely* 'Gloria -was kicked out of the-class so the teacher, cou]d have a class left. But that" didn t dismav GIoi ip She's too bus} with voice and piano let, -sons each Saturday'at the Juilliard School-.of Music and with still -another dancing ..class Saturday afternoons. She's gotten too bu'syvto. continue her art classes at the Museum' of Modern Art, where she attended several years. LAST SUMMER, when it was very hot" in New York. City, Papa Sherry Bowen 'and Mama Ruby Bowen, said Gloria should stop her ballet lessons. ."But I couldn't do that. What WOULD I do without ray ballet exercises," asked Gloria. So she kept right on, heat .and hu- .midity, notwithstanding. Gloria has made 16 television' appearances in the last few years/ Ballet .is her one" consuming Interest. Mama Ruby, who used' to stay close to the family home in a deep, canyon of the Tucson mountains, now designs" Gloria's costumes, gets her TV bookings, and acts as her dresser. But somehow she ; . still finds time to write poetry and short stories and to. .take classes at Columbia university --that's keeping Ruby Bowen pretty busy. PAPA SHBHKV Bowen? That former Tucson newspaper man just smiles probdly at his two } oung - women, but' keeps his mind on a .hovel he's writing ·when he's not busy at trie. AP office downtown. Someday he hopes the family will go back ·to Tucson and live On .those hundred 'acres the Bowens still own in the Tucson mountains. GLORIA BOWEN ALMOST OXE-THIUD OP ALL radio sets produced in the United States are used in automobiles. Bailif · 0ltf2tn 3 Saturday Evening, March 27,1954 TONY CORRAL and His ORCHESTRA Dinner MuSic 6 to 9 P. M. SANTA RITA HOTEL Rendezvous Room Dancing; in BAH SB till 12:45 A. M. FISHING IS GOOD · in * La Paz * Mazatlan * -Guaymas *r Acapulco ': for Hotel Reservations . . Airline Tickets . - . Auto anil Trailer Insurance . .:See . . NO CHARGE FOR SERVICES EUROPE AMERICAN EXPRESS ESCORTED TOURS Ast for folder, "Summary of' 'European Escorted.Tours.** GRAND TOURS: 35 to 83 dayo. Sailings on the Queen EHzabetE, Queen Mary, Constitution, Inde- MndwK*, America,United State*, Nieuw Amsterdam. Two tour« includeEaater Week... in-Scville or Rome - - $ 1,189.50 to $2,693 BANNER TOURS:* 6 weets: Superior accommodations. Both ways aboard Cunard "Queens." OEscorled'New York to New York. $l,217»o $1,645 POPULAR TOURS: 28 to 70 days. Leading "steamship lines . . . . . . . . . . . . $ 7 9 4 t o $1,989.50 THRIFT TOURS: 47 to 59 day.. Excellent liners.. . .$1,028 to $1,508 MARIAN YEAR PILGRIMAGES! Lourdee,.F?.V»na t .Rome, G.anoa- ization of Pius X.'15 proiuinently sponsored toflra. Eicellent ships. 31 lo 71 day*.. .$844 fo $1,4OO AUP INOCMHBEWr TDJIVM American · International TRAVEL SERVICE -PH. 4-5521 29 EAST BROADWAY NfXT TO WtStiSNEB HOIIl HELD OVER.. POPULAR DEMAND can yon pass Daisy Durillc's. Apple Test? . . . "LO and BEHOLD!" THE COMHDX HI! OF .THK YEAR TONITE ONLY, 8:30 P.M. TUCSON LITTLE THEATRE -Temple of Music * Art -- 330 S. Scott | 300 GOOD SKATS $ every performance y $1 (tax incl.) Phone 3-2663 for rcserv;itions THE TUCSON ARIZONA \ BOYS CHORUS THRILtlNG MUSICAL ROUNDUP 1954 HOMECOMING CONCERTS University of Arizona Auditorium Tuesday, April 6--Wednesday, April 7 8KK» P.M. TICKETS NOW ON SALE Boys Chorus Box Office at Jacome's Stone and Pennington, Phone 4-5321 S2.50-S1.75-81.23

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