Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on May 3, 1948 · Page 4
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 4

Phoenix, Arizona
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Monday, May 3, 1948
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Page 4 .The Arizona Republic, .Phoenix, Arizona .M REPIJB Paul Nelson Will Direct College Band TEMTL. May 2 A young rnu-ifiiin at Ari.n.n l-"nff Oo1!-k nl Terns- u, ;--!vJ u "sU-l" inuh ef the s;1Ii:M from the m fiwI' concert band when it eies a scheduled concert at 8:30 p. m. Monday. Wirriin ncrlaim as a talented musician, however, i nothing n-w Xnr Taul Nelson. n of Mr. and Student 'Works Over9 Own Composition Mrs. Harry F. Nelson of Phoenix, t He has twn doing just that dur-j Ir.s rr.ost of his 19 years. I . . - if,tviitim .. h. 1 v. t it. ..i ill .illlYlill l, nil ftenlnj ronrett in the week IMS Music Festival at the Tempe college. Nelson will conduct the Sun Devil hand in his own work. Tore Portrait. The college plans j to have it published. Felix E. McKernan. band direr tor. who requisitioned Nelson to; write the com visit ion. praised it1 highly. "It ranks with other contemporary pieces written today for band, and it shows Paul has defin- i:e music-writing talent." said McKernan. ADDED r.LORY w ill also be Nelson's at two other concerts dur-i Ir.z the feMival. Wednesday ee-j ring an orchestral piece he wrote, will be played by the Phoenix I Symphony Orchestra and Friday j the college orchestra will playj that composition. j Chosen salutatorian in 1016 at Phoenix Union High School. Nelson has arranged music for the Los Angeles City College band and for the Karle Spencer band of Salt Lake City and Denver. Last year he won 25th place in the annual arrangers poll in Down Beat, na-tioral music magazine. The young college student also! plays in both the concert band and t orchestra of the college. -.w-wm!? .,B-aB-aaa-a-aBB-aaBB-Ma-a l- I X t S f I i m m i ..- w - . . ar m . i 1 , v (V. 8 North Phoenix !Ne rAa"sprt . . Lraft Ordered students hnd County Roads Me aYfea -long: vYW; .... I Felix McKernan. right, hand director at Arizona State College at Tempe, and Paul Nelson, student from Phoenix, "work ever rough spots" in a composition Nelson wrote for the band. The young music student will conduct the college band in the work at the opening concert Monday of the 1948 college music festival at Tempe. 1 Starvation Diet Is Ended By Philadelphia Children Change In Red j Policy Hinted j WASHINGTON. May 2 'AP Russia's comparative silence since the Italian election was interpreted by Tom Connally. Democrat. Texas senator, today as indicating a possible softening of the Soviet attitude toward .the west. Connally told a reporter that while he has no insidj knowledge on which to base such a belief, he thinks the Russians may be taking stock of the world situation with a iew toward changing their policies. "If the Russians have any sense, they will realize that they are not getting anywhere with their tactics of trying to delay a settlement of the worlds difficulties," the Texas senator said. conferences. Connally has had a Announces HlS Rtlum to chance to observe the Russian op-. erations at first hand. He said he Pat I firSOfl OOtOmeiTiStS CO ... , PHILADELPHIA. May 2 AP "We do not feel we have suffered any real privationbut all of us lost weight and we were irritable and tired." That's what 17 -year -old Leah Korn had to say after she and 12 other Philadelphia school children ended a week-long "starvation diet" aimed at dramatizing the plight of the children of Kurope and Asia. Harris Haviland. headmaster of Friends Select School, whose 1.1-year-old daughter Lydia. was one of the l.Tr put it this way: "IN A SMALL way. they got an understanding of what some of the other children in the world are faced with. I'm very glad that my daughter had an opportunity to partici-pat in this program." The "starvation kids" hadn't starved, but they lost an average of four pounds in eating a calculated diet of 1,200 calories a day. The week came to an end last night and the children vvre feted to a dinner of 3.000 calories. On the menu: filet mignon. potato croquettes, strawberries, cake, ice cream. MORE THAN 100 persons attended the dinner. What they ate was what the "starva tion kids' had eaten all week: one slice of black bread, one bowl of thin bean soup and a cup of cot fee. The children ate sparingly of their repast. It takes time to accustom the stomach to rich food. The program inaugurated the "crusade for children" drive to provide food for 230.-000.000 children throughout the world. Said Leah Korn. spokesman ' for the volunteer group: "By sending food to the children of the world, we can best insure peace throughout the world." YWCA Outdoor Pool Opening Scheduled The Young Women's Christian Association outdoor pool will be opened to the public today, Mrs. Olga Welch, chairman of the health) education committee, an nounced. Coed plunges are scheduled on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday evenings between 5:30 and 7:30 p. m. throughout the summer. Health examinations, which will bo given free of charge by Mari copa county Health Unit, will be required for swimmers. WAREHOUSE Pain for Vu t Wankmrnt Frlws 61 N. 19th Ave. Ph. 2-1378 now is more optimistic of a change 31 West Adams in, xr.e viei ironi man ne nasi, been in the past. Thone 3-9269 IE One Day Service- On Full, Partial and Repair ALL TYPES OF BRIDGE WORK ON EASY PAYMENT PLAN Dumas & ECelsay DENTAL OFFICE LABORATORY . 510 NORTH FIRST ST. Free parking in rear of office Phone 4-9691 MAY WE INTRODUCE GIGA I i - . . i, i i - ; ANOTHER SATISFIED CUSTOMER I'm definitely one of your satisfied customers! 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PHONE 2-3851 Mystery Play An excellent supporting cast of which any young theater group could be proud mid lending i lun-acters ably presented themselves to an enthusiastic audience, combined Saturday night to make Berkeley Square, a three-act mystery comedy, one of lie ini:.t .successful plays ever to bo presented by North Phoenix High School. Outstanding members of the cast were Charlie St. Clair as Peter Standish, the leading character; Hetty Rock, the Lady Anne Petti-grew; Hill Laird, the ambassador; Vada l,e Stewart, the Ouehess of Devonshire; Lael Muehlebncli, Marjorie Frant; Bill Robertson, Tom Pettigrew; Lewis, Cohens, Mr. Throstle; Ruth Gotlieb, Helen Pettigrew, and Marilyn Griffen, Kate Pettigrew. Howard Klink and Edwin Lee captured the audience with their characterization of Lord Stanley and the Duke of Cumberland. Also included in the cast were Joan Mouritsen as Mrs. Barwiek; Margie Gay Driggs, maid; Jacque-j line Aurell, .Miss Barrymore, and I Charlie Cates, Major Clinton. The double-cast production was directed by Lucille Hicks, dramatics Instructor, and was presented by the North High Players, a stu dent dramatics and public speaking organization. WASHINGTON, May 2 (AP) The air force has ordered 20 more "flying boxcars" at a cost of about $5,000,000 in a program to modernize its troop transport and cargo carrying air fleet. Members of the market road committee of the Maricopa County Knrm Bureau Federation will meet In the organization's office. Hotel Adams, at 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon to consider proposals for improvement projects that have The order for the 20 additional been made by the various locals, C.-H2 Packets a two cngined, t win j Wail en Austin. Scottsdale, chalr- tnll plane has been placed with the Kairchild Aircraft and Engine Corporation, the air force announced today. This will bring to 220 the number of C-82s used by USAF. An improved version of the "boxcar." the C-11!). will go Into production nl the end of this year. The C-S2 can handle 12 fully' equipped combat soldiers, or 32 stretcher patients, or five tons of cargo. The Dutch have recovered front the Java natives about 21 per cent of rubber areas. man, said yesterday. Austin said the committee will sift the suggestions offered and then formulate them into a comprehensive plan of improvement to be submitted to the Maricopa County Hoard of Supervisors. lie staled the Chandler Farm Bureau, meeting in the high school cafeteria for dinner at 7:.T0 o'clock tonight, will have Howard I Shelp. county highway engineer, a guest sneaker. Sheln chduled to address the Glcndale-Peorla Farm Bureau the following night. In each case he will talk on farm-to-mnrket roads for the county. Australia now produces, by a secret process. Spider Web Wool, exceptionally fine. 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