Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 31, 1950 · Page 3
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 3

Tucson, Arizona
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Tuesday, October 31, 1950
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Rev. Noble Berryhill Rev. Berryhill To PreacliHere Rev. Noble .Berryhill, evangelist, will conduct revival, services at the First; Church of , the Nazarene; North Highland^ avenue and !:East 10th street, tomorrow.-through Nov. 12.: -Services- wm ; be: heldvnightly, excepting Saturday, Sundays at 10:45: a. -7:30 'and -a.r;d 7:30 p. m.~ Rev. L. A.. Ogden is pastor of- the church. Rev. Berryhill - was -born In Texas. Since his conversion at a Salvation Army .street meeting, he has been active in'the Church of the Nazarene'- both- as pastor and evangelist-, . " ..... , : .. · Among'.some of his prominent pastorates were .the 'University Church of: the Nazarene' in -San Mfigp, First. Church 'of the Nazarene in Topeka and Everett Church of the Nazarene in Boston:. Before ·'·'. his -conversion, Rev. Berryhill served in the marine corps and saiv active' duty.in Nicaragua and-China. His gospel messages, which are highlighted with illustrations and anecdotes from his marine experiences, h a v e earned him the title of "The Fighting Marine Evangelist." '-··'· : City Briefs TUESDAY .Noon--W. W.-Weir, president of option league for Bima county, will speak on Amendment 306 at the- meeting of the young Democrats of Greater-Tucson-in-the American; Legion hall. · Noon--A-full-dross comedy- de- bute featuring J. F, McHJale and J. J. O'Dowd will be the program highlight today at the weekly luncheon meeting .of the Tucson .Rotary clnb at the Pioneer hotel. 8 p.m. --Meeting of Colonial Heights addition residents tonight at' Peter E. Howell school. Purpose- is to discuss proposed sower and paving for district. Residents of Broadway Manor\ _»re also-nfgcd to^attend. Vatickn Wait Pilgrim Throng VATICAN CITY, Oct. 31. (IP)-More than 500 carpenters ham mered busily In St. Peter's squar today, erecting restraining fence and a temporary throne iron which Pope Plus XZLtomorrow wil proclaim the dogma of the assump tlon The ceremony, most importance the 1950 Holy Year, -will bring an estimated 500,000 pilgrims and Rev mans to the great ^square and streets adjoining It. The rites will'deflne as a'teneto ihelr faith for the world's mon than 400,000,000 Catholics tha Mary, 'the mother of Jesus, "wen bodily as well as spiritually to heaven. It will be the first dogma pro nounced by a pope In nearly 100 years. The .central committee for the Holy year said at least 250 000 -pil sn:ims would be among the throng participating In tomorrow's ceremony. Attending will be repre sentatives of some 40 nations with which the Vatican maintains diplomatic-, relations. Special missions were sent by Spain, Italy,- Peru,;the -Dominican Republic, Ireland, Haiti and the provincial government of'Quebec. This afternoon a procession will carry the image-of the madonna which- tradition, attributes as..the work of St Luke from Rome's Aracoeli' (altar of- heaven)' church to St. Peter's. The image will be placed in St. Peter's basilica, where it will be exposed for'veneration by the faithful for five days. Its arrival, at St., Peter's'-will-.be marked by the Pope's recitation for the first : time of-the prayer 5 he: has composed honoring the Virgin Mary. ' T h e - Pope- will .read...the prayer from, his Vatican apartment. OYSTERS POPULAR · BOSTON-^Oysters rank as most valuable .product of American fisheries, Salmon comes second, menhaden third, cod fourth; and halibut fifth. Gen. 0-Donnell h Decorated , TOKYO, Oct. 31. (UR--Brooklyn-born-MaJ. 'Gen. r Emmett O'Donnell Jr., commander of the far eastern,air -forces bomber command,-received the Distinguished Service Cross today for "extraordinary heroism" in leading three big superfort strikes in.-Xorea. Tile-citation to'"America's 1 , second'highest- '-military award' said- O'Donnelb "constantly 'risked his life" .in the im AN OLD, OLD custom is badgering grandmother for a nickel or a stick of gnra and Prince Charles of England is no exception. Here he takes a peek into the purse of his grandmother, Queen Elizabeth, when they were together recently at Buckingham Palace. NLRB Hears Charge Of J n f a i r Labor Practice PHOENIX, Oct. 31. (U,R)--The na- .onal labor relations board, opened .hearing here today on charges of nfair' labor practices brought 'by ie International Association of lachinists against Motorola, Inc., f Phoenix. About 200, persons ar*- employed James C. Jones, said bargaining attempts had been made on the .part of .'about 25' employes working as machinists, tool-and. die and model makers, but had been, refused. Frank. Rucker, in ^charge of per? sonnel at the Motorola, research laboratory, said.that'department of the plant had heen discontinued. portant B-29 missions over Pyong yang,, Wonsa'n. and 'Waegwan, ..al though "such ; duty was ' not required of. him." 'Lt. .Gen. George E.- Stratemeyer commander-of the FEAF, made the presentation. " "Gen. O'Donnell,-through his-initiative, heroic · leadership % and unswerving devotion to duty, contributed materially to the United Nations successes to their subsequent advances against the North Korean aggressor forces," the citation .said. O'Donnell's Korean war assignment is-in addition' to -his command of the 15th air force with headquarters at March AFB, Calif. Dayis-Monthan AFB is in O'Don- The general was inTucson only a few days before the Red Invasion of Korea occurred. ODonnell addressed the officers and airmen of /the local base, and' also talked to a, civic, club which met at the air base. _ Phoenix Papers Cut Advertising Space PHOENIX, Oct. 31.- Arizona Republic and the Phoenix Gazette, the two dally newspapers here, have announced restriction of advertising, space 'due to lack of newsprint. The temporary restriction becomes effective tomorrow. It: will limit-advertising lineage to. about-, 85 per.- cent of. last year's figures. The formula will be. revised each month, depending .on the amount of newsprint available! Dr, Arthur F. Woodrow Establishes New '{tffice Dr. Arthur F. Woodrow, optometrist, a Tucson resident the past five years, will open new offices at 27 E. Broadway. ,, ' · ' He was formerly'associated with other Tucson" doctors and graduated from the.Northern Illinois College o£ Optometry in 1948. One of his specialties in the new office will be the practice of or- thoptics, the science of visual training designed to aid the strengthen ing of eyes and building reading rates. Dr. Woodrow resides at 2520 E. Seneca st. TUCSON I BRACE SHOP CAMP SURGICAL j SUPPORTS | Orthopedic Appliances | Braces, Limbs i Belts, Trusses i Arch Supports i Repairing \ · i 805 ~E. Broadway ! Phone 34581 ! flllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllKillb 'Save-A-Life 9 Ball Thursday , The annual Save-a-Life balVspon- sbred^by..^ Lloni club.to help defray, the costs; of their' school safety, patrol program, -will.be held Thursday evening in the Pioneer hotel ballrciom, , ,.-, ,,,-.Starting- at.,9 pan., the music will be furnished' by Tucson musicians and tickets will be free although donations will be accepted at the door. The-school safety patrol program has been sponsored by the Lions club since ' 1934. Since ,that time there have been no accidents in a school zone. · The , patrol was organized in 1931 with 14 schools participating. Today, with 43 fflurnm 9*lly (Klltiw Tutwl.y Iv.nlni, schools, patrol members number some 1,600. With larger' participation, of maintaining .-the patrol '' mounted. It requires $1.35 per patrolman · each year,- for outftfr,. ting and" the" Lions Inaugurated th»"' annual ball as a^maanirfor raiting"' the necessary funds. Each patrol IK sponsored by a teacher at their respective schools., Meetings are held every six week«- with the Lions- committee. Badges,. lonor. awards' and other merlt«--«r« distributed at these meetings. -^ . Music for the dance -Thursdays evening will be donated by"mem-T jers of the Tucson Federation of Musicians,-- Local 771. , GUESTS? Six Men Cross the- Pacific on a Raft. KON-TIKI ' ' V Thor- : Heyerdahl SWAHBERG'S B O O K S 1028 Jf. 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