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Albert song prize - .The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Jet...
.The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Jet Fighter Is Perfected WASHINGTON, Nov. 4—(AP>— The United States Air Force now has a jet fighter ready for 'battle having , solved the problem o heavy fire powef'from aircraft, fly ing at speeds approaching that o sound. It announced yesterday that com pletion of firing tests show th P-84 Thuhderjets are "now fullj qualified for operational service. In tests conducted at the Farm ingdale, L. I., plant of Republi Aviation Corporation, the ; USA1 said, 70,000 rounds were fired from the six guns of one P-84—with 'more' than 75 percent of the rounds fired at (plane) speeds in excess of 600 miles per hour." The first 10,000 shots-' were used to "warm up" the guns, the remaind er fired in salvo, with all six gun: spitting fire simultaneously.. ' Moreover, the USAF said, thi tests showed the P-84's guns fired "about 50 per cent faster than th< guns used in World War-n air craft" (This rate of fire is an important important factor in jet aircraft. The extreme speed of the airplane allows only a fraction of, the time ' available in conventia fighters for getting off a burs Blood Process Saves Infant DENVER, Nov. 4—(INS)—A 20-day-old baby was said to be making excellent progress today after 80 per cent of her blood was drained out and replaced in an effort to.save her life. The infant, Pamela Kay, daughter daughter of Dr. and-Mrs. Peter Frangos of Denver, was admitted to Childrens', Childrens', Hospital a few hours after her birth on October 15. She was suffering from a blood -condition which often develops when' the mother has RH negative type blood and the father, RH positive. The exchange transfusion is one of the newest methods for treating treating the condition which, in the past, usually meant death for the aaby. ' .-.,.. Pamela Kay was given the transfusion transfusion by a team of two doctors, nurse, a clinical chemist, an immunologist, and a hematologist, who worked over the tiny baby in an incubator for two hours. It was one of the first times the procedure has-been used in Denver since its development in the past year. , Symphonic Award Made DETROIT, Nov. 4— (AP)— Leroy Robertson, who started his career as a Utah cowhand, was announced last night as winner of the $25,000 Henry H. Reichhold Symphonic Award for the Western Hemisphere, largest prize ever given for n musical composition. Robertson, 51-year-old professor of music at Brigham Young University University in Provo, Utah., won first of three prizes for his composition Trilogy, describe'd as a "broad and sweeping work."' The $5,000 second prize in the competition was awarded to Camargo Camargo Guarnieri of Sao Paulo, Brazil, for an as yet unnamed work. Third prize of $2,500 went'to Albert Sendrey of Los Angeles, Calif., a staff arranger at Metro- Goldwyn-Mayer studios. Sendrey's prize-winninK work is Inter-American Inter-American Symphony. The awards were announced during a nationwide broadcast backed by Henry H. Reichhold, president of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and. sponsor of the magazine magazine Musical Digest. Dr. Alfred Human, editor of the magazine, made >the-announcement. The prize-winning symphony by the Utah composer will be given Its premiere performance Decenv. her 14 when It will be played by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Dr: Karl Krueger. Robertson Is expected to be pr.es- ent at the performance. Born in Fountain Green, Utah, Robertson has been on the staff of Brigham Young University since 1925. Several of his • previous works have won awards. . Winning honorable mention were: Edmond de Luca, Drexel Hill, Pa.; Jean Vallerand, Montreal, Montreal, Canada; Dpmingo Santa Crus, Santiago, Chile; J. A. Calcano-Calcano; Calcano-Calcano; Caracas, Venezuela; Paulino Paredes Perez, Moirelia, Michoachan, Mexico; Jose Maria Castro, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Hector A. .Tosar Errecart; Montevideo, Montevideo, Uruguay, and- Joao de Souza Lima, Sao Paulo, Brazil. .* Mt. Shasta Water Softeners PHONE S-34S1 We Dmra rmtmuft 'rim **tn TM Am. Water Sottowr Sales tin Norm

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  1. Arizona Republic,
  2. 05 Nov 1947, Wed,
  3. Page 20

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