Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 31
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 31

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
Page 31
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Shinbun Alley Home To Newsmen ·/ - * - ' '" ' TOKYO, Oct. -30. (£·)--Most newsmen who covered the Korean war ·'gave 'their' overseas address as No. 1- Shinbun *Uey. -This is the location of the Tokyo Cyrrespondents' club ^During the past four months the" traffic" thai flowed in anc · out of the five-story building at times rivaled that of a state- ·idc hotel caught in the crush of ' »n American'-Legion convention. It-'isn't a pretentious club and definitely was not intended to'ac- . "This is the only chance a-gu3 "cotarnodate the nearly, 300. corre- has to "act as a civilized "reporter jin/vvtrlenta -w"hA nallerl U-VloTTm while Ghnillrl flCt'" ,«pohdents who called it home while the' fitting raged in Korea. ^ But in chit and cluls-happy Tok' e r e everybody has t o have to buy food anchdrink and 'to a club to buy a chit--it Svas;the only place reporters realiy felt at 'home. Rarely did .newsmen ;;have an .opportunity 'to spend more than a {couple of days at -the club. They m-ould fly in from Korea after two weeks or. more at the 'front .to' take quick breather and to write copy In a measure of comfort. Slept In Dormitories . The correspondents slept dormitory-style except for a dozen or ' 10 "old Japan hands'* who permanent club residents. As ~ Jimmy Cannon of the ifork Post once put it during a trip'anese^sta'ff;: Chances are they didn't New "home" from the then-raging Taegu sector: should act." Tile tiny-'bar-o'perated virtually around the clock until weary cor respondents--back from Korea for an honest-to-goodness rest -- com plained to the executive committee about the post''midnight noise. ,, A heavy-eyed investigating' corn' mittee .of stairs to- three ^groped the .bar , and down-, the : found- .43 persons--all nonmembers of "the ::lub and all nonreporters. The midnight bar curfew was im posed the next. day. But cor- respondenfs who liked a late nightcap were unhappy--especially at the military brass who -had .made all the noise. Not'the "east.of. the' reasons that newsmen were pleased with the correspondents' club' was the Jap- Study Segregation In Schools - L-.r-rnr , · . 'I School segregation in. Arizona-.will be. discussed in a .panel-rdiscus-. »16n today at'8'pjn. v in the Roskruge junior high school under sponsorship, of the Tucson Council for Civic Unity. Presiding as moderator in-' the discussion will be'Mrs. H.-H. d'Autremont of Tucson.- Four other.' Tucsonians.and a Phoenix man will participate. Included in the panel ivlll be Gregorla Garcia of Phoenix lupreme . president : . of '.the Alianzi rlispano-Amerlcana; ..'Dr. .'E.. H ipicer. Miss Maria L. Urquldes ,taj. Dorsey J. Watson and- Rober X Morrow, all of Tucson. .-'· ,, . Spicer, a member of the arithro 'C-logy'department of the University if Arizona, will speak on the ques on, "Do differences.between races :«]! for separate schools?" .Miss Urquides, a - classroon eacher at Sam Eughes school, wll liscuss: "How, a teacher looks a chool segregation." "Segregation--tlie'Negro point of lew," will be* discussed by. Major Watson. · Garcia will discuss: "Segregation .--the Mexican-American point oi View," and Morrow,-: superintendent of Tucson schools, will discuss administrative aspects of segregation. An invocation will be given bj father Dennis O'Connor, pastor of Blessed-Martin chapel, and a speech lummarizing-findings will be..pre- ;ented by'Rabbi Albert Ti.Bilgray jf Temple'Emanu-El. Stewart L. Udall, Tucson at- :orney, is president of the civic unity council. see'each-^reporter -more than 2 dozen" times during the Aneric'an 'entire ."-stay in Tokyo. But .after once hearing the correspondents' names the Japanese remembered them. . j , Sometimes the Japanese had trouble understanding American accents -and there was a correspohd- ing foulup BOW and then in food and drink- orders. But generally the service was good. Never Will Forget - Tne club's lounge, furnished with 'comfortable but battered davenports and easy chairs, was the .scene of "some get-togethers that Shinbun alley probably will never forget. But generally it was z sur- prisingiy- quiet place, with the library almost as 'popular asjthe bar: urn Snug Otttt'rtt, "31 Mondiy Ev«nlnj, Oct. 30, 19SO After the .first few. weeks :of-'.the war, you-could almost always see l correspondent with an arm or a "leg in a. cast resting hi the lounge. There were others battered and beaten--reminders of the toll the Korean war, inflicted on., news- The men who covered it. · drops / . · boxes/with ever increasing stacks 'at letters And packages, addressed to, those correspondents who would never return to the club--to'those who.lost their lives on \the embattled peninsula, or en route there, tany'pump"organ is th'e correspondents' club's monument-to its own 'Korean war dead. The in strunieijt was "liberated"" at Taegu by ..Charles Rosecraris, International News Photos cameraman:.who was killed six weeks ago in a plane crash. Flew Organ Back 'Club members and a co-opera- But .perhaps the grimmest-mem- respondents return to live air force flew, the organ back Tokyo. It stands in 'the center of tile lounge and has "Rosie's" name on,it. A day-doesn't go by iat some sentimental guy "doesn't finger out a tune or two. roster of active" members day by day as the cor- JOE SHHH...THCRE WAS A SMALL MICROPHONE \P THERE... I SHOULD HAVE THOUGHT OF IT SOONER. NOW LISTEN... I MUST TALK' FAST r've ONLY A FEW MINUTES L6FT_ HOP4UMI. TH6Y:MUST HAVE GOTTEN WISE TO It* MICROPHONE ;.. CALL'THC INTERV iEtV'TO AN END ttv l/xn ones were stirred " by the Driver Postis $20 Bond Here Bond of $20 was posted today by )r. Janet M. Bible, 44, of 3S09 fCalle Sonolta, charged by police ^'ith speeding along East Broadway jit; 3^05,. a.m. today -and with lack' ' ' - Canada Invokes Added Peacetime Restrictions OTTAWA, Ontario, Oct. 30. (U,F)-Finance Minister.D. C. Abbott.an- nounced today that new. peacetime consumer credit ·- controls requiring "one-third down payments on automobiles and .20-per-,-ceht payments, on many ;other ..consumer goods will go "into effect Wednesday. WHEN THEY CAU OUT "TRICK OR TREAT" GIVE THIS HEALTHFUL TASTY SWEET.,.WRlGLErS . . .... --. -- - .-- states mail ;n view of Je nearly over Korean war. Others are heading'elsewhere toward, possible new wars or where other men are fighting in "police action." But wherever they go, they']] remember'."the "Tokyo, correspondents' club. After all; it was "home" to most of them for a memorable period. · . - " - ' . MARY ELIEN JAMES. DAUGH- ter of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. James, 2634 E. Fourth : st, lias been'elected social chairman .of"Stuyvesent hall, ·freshman - dormitory .-at Ohio Wes- -leyan' University, Delaware, Ohio. Miss James attended Tucson-senior high school where she.edited the yearbook. · AT H O M E - A T W O R K - A T PLAY FOB.ASTRANGEC:WWO SNEAKED INTO SULPHUO .UNDER SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCESk'YOU PICKED TMt CONS PLACE TO HIDE, MISTER. YOU SEEM TO KNOW A GOOD DEAL ABOUT ME. WOPPY SHOOK OFF HIS PUHSUEBS.-BY. ESCAPING FBOM THE-HOTEL AND HIDING INTHE LAND AGENTS OFFICE... ' I ALSO KNOW YOU DEFIED OUR CNTQY .1 PERMIT. LAW AT THE INSPECTION- DEPOT, SLIPPED INTO TOWN'AND PUT UP AT THE HOTEL WITHOUT STATINS'.YOUR MAM CO -BUSINESS. LUCKILY, W LIEUTENANTS, ; CAUGHT UP WITH YOU. ' YOUB LIEUTENANTS?' ,J LIST WHO ABE YOU? i UNFORTUNATELY FOR'YOU, I AM KNOWN AS THE-SILVER-FOX/ UST CHILD HA WB FREE use o" an Accordion Instrument to be taken home as though It were' yours. Let- tons--Book--S12.00. Use of Onr Accordion Free SEAGONDOLLAR MUSIC STORE «4 E. Consreis Ph. 2-5931 ^ MDU HAD ( T H A T FOR S DINNER ( MONDAV ^ S'fEVt £ Ftilurn LAMM THIS:LEG OF LAMB WAS'-YOUR LAST SUNDAY'S, DINNER BLONDIE, SWEETHEART THIS IS VOU(? DAGWOOD-- . , \ ' Bible -refused -to .accept fetation -when stopped early today by , police. Asked to sign the cita- ion, : the -signing, being a -promise rto appear in court later, Mrs. Bible |re'fused to do so, police said. ; .Police said she pulled 'away and ·refused to stop her car when police ·gain pulled along side her; waving her to the curb. When telephoned by- Capt. 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