Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 28, 1950 · Page 6
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First Services Set ^Tomorrow "The Broadway Christian church will'hold its first services at ,10:45 a.m."Sunday in .the Peter Howell elementary school. Revr C. E. , er. who has^served ^ minister of youth" at the PlrsCchristian church for the past year, is pastor ^of the new congregation. i.' - /· Sunday-school will,be" held at 9:30 sum. to rooms 3, 4, 5 and 6 and the worship service iii'.rooin-S. The southwestern entrance Vill be used in" order to"ay,old confusion with two other Protestant groups, also holding,Sunday school there temporarily. - - i The proposed site for the" new Christian church is on'.East Broad-, way east of Swan road. Church officers are Ray^Mouer, chairman; Sobert Corbin vice-chairman;-Mrs. THE TUCSON BOYS choir rehearses for its two-day program for Old Tucson Daze, November 4-5". The choir ·mil provide the background music for an oldtime wedding. Its "Ave Maria" will highlight' the presentation. Eduardo Caso is the director. Federal. Jobs In State Open Several examinations for govern ment positions have -been, an nouncefl by the United.States clvi service .commission. Applications for fire control aid fire control lookout and fire con trol crew foreman in Arizona will be accepted until Nov.20.-The positions pay $2,280 to $2,875 annually. No written examination is required. Selections will be made on experience an'd training only.. Also open are the following positions, paying the following annual salaries: Chemist, $4,600 to. 36,400; dietitian, ''$3,100 to $3,825; person, nel assistant, employe relations assistant, placement assistant, post . tlon classifier, 'Salary and wage analyst, $3,325 to 54,600; and,safety inspector, $3,825 to $4,600.-' -, '". All appointments will be 'made. n federal agencies ·' in California, Arizona and Nevada. All ^positions., except chemist, dietitian and safety .inspector, will e .filled by written examination; Those three will be filled on ex- lerience and education.-Further nforriiation on all positions can "« : obtained .at the .Tucson post TUCSON-NOGALES BUS SERVICE , fOUTHBOUND 7:05 A.M. 1:45 A.M. 10:15 A.M. 11:30 A.M. 12:45 P.M. NORTHBOUND «:45 A.M; 9:15 A.M. 10:45 A.M. 12:30 P.M. 2:15 P.M. Leave Tucion 2:15 P.M. v 4:00 "P.M. e:oo P.M. 8:30 P.M.- 12:30 A.M: Leave Nogalei 4:00 P.M. 6:« P.M. t;30 P.M. »;30 P.M. · 10:SO P.M. onnect]onf at Nboalea for HermotUlo and Guaymas CITIZEN, AUTO -LINES Greyhonnd Terminal Ph: 3-0538 D A N C E EVERY SATURDAY NITE, 9 -12 P. M. To The Rhythm of TED SISCO'S ORCHESTRA "Miwfc As You Like It" ODD FELLOWS HALL -- 135 SOUTH SECTS AVENUE -i Exotic 1 Enjoy our Group as DINJTERS or A-LA-CARTE S wltli WINE--BEER--CHAMPAGNE I5S HOURS: Saturday, 4 p.m. to 2 a.». sss Sunday, 2 p.m. to midnight EZ Mon.-Frl. 4 p.m. to midnight jfGINLING'S -S ' · » 2004 So. Sixth Ave. Foods · For ORDERS to TAKE OUT and Reservations for parties · ; Dial 3-1621 Ml THE OPERA WORKSHOP presents THE , MIKADO ii Rollin starring Pease Burton Musten TEMPLE OF MUSIC ART November 2 - 3 - 4 . . . 8 P.M. Reserved Seats, $1.20, $1.80 Children's Matinee, 60f Tickets now on sale at McWHORTER'S, STEINHEIMER'S .-UNIVERSITY BOOK - S T O R E , SWAN-: BERG'S BOOK STORE. Get Yours Early! · · ' ' Reservations", m u s t be, made at - th'e.-.'bbxoff Ice', at the Temple-.-Of Music · Art be^nnlng Monday, · Oct.. 30, thi-u Saturday, .Nov. 4, from 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Every Saturday Night PIONEER PIONEER HOTEL * BALLROOM SHow Schedule WORK STREAM-LUTED MEMPHIS, Tenn. (U.R) -- One,Ke- gro woman has found the-answer to doing hec housework, and keep- CATALINA ing an eye-on her baby.- Whenis ··Mr. Lucky"-i 05, 430, T»5;,"A L«dy hangs out her washing, 6he puts Titaa A cannce"--», « », 8 ». , = -- rox-TUCSON ,- v "HI G«t By"--I, ', 7, 10.10; "IrouuoU 8, «'J5. , 'j ARIZONAN ^7 3D, 8'SO, I tt; "Bocktt Ship XM;'--«·!!. 7 IT, 10 IB. the baby In the clothespin bag, hangs; it on the line and pushes it along ahead of her, as she, puts up 'theiclothesl:' 'i. , --' "Oeen City"--13,30, 431, «·»; 'Tatoan"-- a:i», - - - - - - "Vo-Mat« PLAZA Alvlrex"-- IJ'll, 7:Kr "En »«d»t« y Vtru"-J.M, 6 ID, »:SS . -PARAMOUNT '"Copper Canyon" -- 13 BO, a-10, 8:80, 7*30, 5. , STATE "AIc»trz IsUnU"-- 1J:18, 3-0»! I M, 1:49, "San Quentin"-- fll, *'21, 7-H. W-W- RODEO DBIVE IN ' 'In a Lonaly Pla«"-- 7:07, 10 M; "Tb» Torch"-- S:M. _ SPEEDWAY BOWLIXG LANES 16 AD-Maple Brunswick Alleys. South-west's finest and most modern facilities. Open-alleys at all tiroes-- Special rates to teenagers. FREE paved parking area. . Scrnpnlonsly clean Rest Rooms. No liquor secved or allowed on premises. * PUJf:AND v KEALTHPUL RECREATION FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY! 1240 3(. Stone Ave. Ph. 3-2632 Vlnce'Porter, secretary; and J. E. Helblg treasurer. Forty-five members of the First Christian" church have been commissioned, to aid~the new church in services and teem"8ership. Bars, Hotels Restaurants EQUD7MENT SUPPLIES Arizona Representative* BOB DOUTHAT Phone Tucson 5-7293 JACK WEAVER Phone Tucson 5-3741 El Paso Hotel Supply Co. ? Phone El Paso 2-4414 Cactus Room 22y! St. and Plnmer Are. NOW OPEN Enjoy the Pleasant Atmosphere, of Tucson''*. Newest and ^Finest Night Spot Featuring 6% Feet-of Bartender, "Lil" -Art Palmer, Serving T^our Favorite ' Mixed Drinks -,,' · Full Line Package Liquors · DANCING Every Night Ample Parking Space ·Reasonable Prices OPEN 7tOO.-A.RL' TO 1:00 A.M. Tucson's finest \Chinese Restaurant} I Also Serving the Finest 10 COURSE DINNER I 0,1^1.50 I'TAe Finest in theWesf |Dlub Flamingo] 50 S. 5th AVE. OPEN4P.M.TO 1 A. ML DINING ROOM IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC r . ^J?^ S UEST . ®kWM U,' ., DININC' KSOOM !S OPEN TO THE^WIBUC ,. _ - · ..».. . j»-*a«» .....:,% 3iei»M. · ? « » «·»··-«·« »* 'S£S GHAI^OAL BROILED SJJ PIZZA ROOM NOW OPEN SERVING PIZZA DAILY from 5 P. M. We feature Complete Line of Italian Foods: : Now That Jon're Tried The Rest . . . Eat The Best At LI'L JOHN'S CAFE Open week days 6:30 a-in. until 1:00 (tm. Open Saturdays 6:30 «jn. until 2:00 a.m.' Sundays 11:00 aim. to 1 a.m. Beer ft Wine 401 N. Sixth Ave. Phone 2-9121 F R E E! 12 RESERVED TICKETS to HARPO MARX SHOW to be given away to Patrons of PINKY'S -. Come'.Out and Enjoy TMKY'S Pamoife JUMBO SHRIMP · - * ·. /'You Always Save Money When - You Eat at PINKY'S" PINKY'S 3424 E. SPEEDWAY HOLIDAY , tells you Where to Go WE n tell you , HOW No Charge For Onr Services Hyways and Byways TRAVEL SERVICE 616 N. Country Club Road -- Dial 5-9491 -- Iff /,· \r;(- iti y"A", · We Specialize in DELICIOUS FOOD and PERFECT- SERVICE " Slam *«d Bioadvay SQUARE DANCING 1 DID TUCSON ' .Music By ROYPINKSTOtN \ HIS ARIZONA PLAYBOYS C. M. HOLLY, .Caller Remember 71 OLD TUCSON DAYS NOV. 4-5, 4 7:30-10:30 P. M. SUNDAY EVENING ' Junior Chamber of Commerce i ·nil STEAKS BRING THE FAMILY ' We at the Pit are really proud of our big family trade. We believe that the reason so many parents bring their children to Schaimet's is because they know\~- the restaurant' .is clean, the food excellent and pleasantly served. The children enjoy the informal atmosphere and the parents relax and enjoy it,- too. A- family Sunday dinner at the Pit is a treat. We open at 12 noon and serve until 9.P. M. : Hours: Weekdays, 5 P. M. to Midnight Sundays, 12 Noon to 9'P. M. -- Closed Mondays -3137 EAST SPEEDWAY - TONIGHT- BOX OFFICE 6:15 SHOW 7:00 4500 B. SPEEDWAY 6-0111 AlVJAZING CRB1E CAREER EVERT TIMB HE CRACKED A-SAFE . . . HE STOLE ABQBART. "LOYIR BOY" ond CROOK/ CREAT DAVID BRIAN HELD OVER BY DEMAND LANCASTER · MAYO ]THE I" »r TECHNICOIOII "ATTENTION" CHILDREN'S HALLOWEEN ; COSTU5IE PARTY--TUBS. OCT. 31. CASH PRIZES FOR THE BEST COSTCME8 BRING ALL THE KIDDIES ALWAYS 2 CARTOONS R O D E O .VIM THEATRE S O U T H O F T H E R O D E O G R O U N D S DIAL 30587 -ENDS TONITE GATES 6:15 1 SHOW 7:00 PLACE GLORIA GRAHAME , CO-FEATURE ' PAUUTTt KOIO wild GILBERT ROLAND MOTOR-VU TONITE ''WHITE T." at 7«7 --10:17' "FED. AGENT" at 9:05 I TO OUR PA5?ROXS-- , After seeing'this picture last night pins talking to I many customer* we are extremely proud to MJ to I yon. that It is one of the fittest pictures ever pnt on I our screen. No. picture in the past'years has com-I | bined more'entertainment values. DON'T MISS IT! [ . . The Management FORD-VALLI PLUS ADDED EXCITEMENT F E D E R A L AGENT AT L A R G E 45« 6tb Are.,- T»aD» 4 »«IMlJ3ttrfflni Jftfj? QlUIufe . £. ««turd«y Kvenlna, Oet. M, MM : ; "ARIZONAN V N THC/ITEB -- Matinee Every D«y-- Adult* «e -- Children l«c 1 WKET SHIP X-M" ---Also -- ' "DESPERADOES" .Meet Four Friend* for Make CLUB LA JOLLA A Habit At Noon LUNCH-75' [ 1000 8. «tb A»e. Ph. Mitt LYRIC -- LAST DAY "PAISAN" --PLUS -- " "OPEN CITY . S U N D A Y THE^ FLAME AND THE ARROW! 5 , "PEGGY" ii PLAZA I/AST DAY , "ENREDATE Y VERAS" "YO MATE A ROSITA ALVARES" --STARTING xSUSDAY--' · 'RENCOR DE LA TJERHA' Rita i Roberto Macedo pC Cuiedo -- ALSO -- , "CARTTA DE OEM)? Antonio t M*. Elenm Badv . 7* TUCSON TONIGHT 11:30 P.M. PRE-HALLOWEEN vex MID-NIGHT DOUBLE - THRILLS 'THE BLACK CAT" EXTRA--FOR LAFFS CARTOONS "INVISIBLE MAN" TICKETS ON SALE 10:30P.M. ALL S E A T S . . . . 80' TUCSON T O D A Y 4 DOORS OPEN 12j30 9 15 GKtf STARS. SWELL SONGS! JUNE HAVER WILLIAM LUNDIG AN GLORIA DeHAVEN DENNIS DAY HARRY JAMES M an* THiTU'lN IT, TOO... jfANNt .-;'·..., DAN vicren GRAIN. DMIEY-MATURE NOTE DUE TO HALLOWEEN MIDNIGHT SHOW TONITE LAST SHOW:STARTS 8:45 LAST FEATURE "I'LL GET BY" AT 10:15 P. M. -- CO-FEATURE -- IROQUOiSif TRAJL MOftH M6HTOOMW MEMDAMJUKHAU AT YOUR ARIZOIVA PARAMOONT THEATRES OPEN 11:30 PHONE Open 12^0 ' Phone 3-T062 LAST THREE DAYS Mightiest Of I Western Adventures! im«fitwififrti Uf «I*T eUCMMI* MIUAND-LAMARR-CARET EXTRA ADDED WHI FAHIDV imam- M..TECHNICOUII( ATTRACTION On Stage ( T W I C E D A I L Y Matinee 3:00 Evening SEE IT TODAY BOGART BREAKS OUT OF SAN QUENTIN ·MaWMN*; O'BRIEN BOGART /NS/DE THE ROCKY America's Foremost M«ntall«t ISLAND Hf SHERIDAN 2310 N. CAMPBELL SfSK OPES - 12:30 PHONE 6-1Z01 STARTING TOD AT 2 BIG HITS! -- FLUB. CARY GRANT

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