Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 1, 1950 · Page 13
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HIGH SCHOOL SIDE LINES By SARA PACKARD TOMORROW NIGHT marks the big Dramatic Arts production opening, "Berkeley Square". Under the direction of Lloyd K Roberts, dramatic instructor, this popular John L. Balderson comedy hit will be held both Nov. 2 and 3 at 8:15 in the THS auditorium. Thespian talent besides several top-notch, beginners in this) ; field are. billed' for performance criticizing typographical errors in rites.. Portraying hero, Peter Standish, is Peter Coulson with Beverly Lockett as Helen Pettigrew. Sister Kate Pettigrew and brother, Tom, will be played by Donna Hoyt and Bill Cox, with Lenore Levy and gharlene McClusky enacting the mother, Lady Pettigrew. Max Palmer will appear as Mrs. Thros- tle, and Mary Kay Behnke and Florence Archer as Marjorie Frant. 'Other,leads are Colin Burrow, American Ambassador; Ruben Nu- 1 their printed stories." When paying a recent visit to the Graphic Arts department, William A. Scott's journalism class received "running" explanations of printing processes. Among thos things demonstrated, the linotyp drew top interest from all. According to printing director Otis H. Chidester, press roorn mechanics deserve added stress in the journalistic courses. ATTENTION to all parents! Don' forget the open house this Satur day night at 7:30 in the vocations _ · s Msses Bird; Bag: 10 Reds By DOC QCIGG WITH U. S. FORCES IIT KOREA, Oct. 31. (U,R)-- The man who missed the pheasant and bagged the Communists shall not be nameless.'He is Edward Burke. Your reporter rescued him from a bulletin board for correspondents in an army public information office. He had hung there on information.- Bat mostly they are kept busy furnishing correspond- ner. Major Clinton; Ramon Cadiz, build j ng . A1I teachers will be on Duke of Cumberland; and Roslyn hand {or personal parent-teache Bergida as Mrs. ~ ' ' ~ Futrell will portray the Duchess of Devonshire with Camilla Powers, ·wardrobe mistress and assistant director, enacting the maid. For an evening of top-notch entertainment, don't miss "Berkley Square." ACCORDING to Danny Romero, senior class advisor, plans for 1950 Senior Prom are well underway. Withthe big night, Dec. 9, only five ·weeks away, lots of work is in ·tore for all. Besides deciding upon a secret theme (which remains unknown tip to starting time), decorations, programs and invitations must be designed. "Specially planned musical, scores, played by. th« THS awing'.band, is another feature of this annual affair. With last year's "Carousel Ball" taking top honors in' uniqueness and originality, all agree that the class of '51 is confronted with a tough goal tliis year. , Officers Frank Lockhart, president; Bill Anderson, vice-president; and Teta Martyn, secretary, besides council and cabinet members, are hard at work to make Decem-i ber's prom a striking success. Starting this week, Seniors personal Tnis parent-teache a fine oppor tunity for first hand news on stu dent progress. All parents are urged to attend. Adenauer Miffed Over Army Delay BONN, Germany,. Nov. 1. West German Chancellor Konrac Adenauer today expressed. disap poinonent at delay in setting up a unified European army. An official comment was issued on his behalf on the communique of the Atlantic pact defense ministers. The statement said Adenauer had not yet thoroughly examined the communique, but his reaction at first glance was one of disappointment. "The delav in the decision naturally . many, increases it said. anxiety in Ger- It gives the SED began-.paying- their .dues.,for the big dance. It is the officers' hope that all money will be paid at an early date.. DON'T FORGET the .Rainbow "Tardy. Dance" Nov. 4 Is the date «nd 9 : 12 the tima for this long- awaited "Back-Tc-School affair. A-rare treat for the fellows. Is this girl-ask-boy event featuring casual dress as the popular mode. "· With ice cream cones for snacks, boys'^cap favors and lots of good music, barrels of fun and excitement are in store for all. (Socialist Unity' party) German Communists' agitation, which goes from, mouth to mouth, new nourishment. This agitation claims that despite the- efforts of the United States and Great Britain, an effective defense of West Germany will in the end not be ac'-ieved." Oregon Battens For New Storm - WHAT IS the 'Badger Backer, series? More than one .question buzzed -throughout high halls - today .-is-'-THS. service leaders announced.*-new and thrilling project on the entertainment line. Under the direction of Miss Calanthe Brazslton, Dean 'of Girls and Junior Red-Cross advisor, a new fund-raising series for benevo- . lent causes was pledged to the Tuc- ion High activity list. Consisting of she exciting entertainment programs, the Badger Backer series was originated to raise money for "Save the Children Federation," the Comstock hospital'project and THS Badger Welfare Fund. At the present time high school students have maintained the adoption of two war-ridden children and have supported one Comstock hospital bed. To continue endeavors, service these ' worthy leaders undertook the Badger Backer project to false additional funds for further Work along such lines. Thursday, Nov. 9 marks the first Hate of events to be. The famous George Bernard Shaw comedy to "Pygmalion," will come vividly to life in movie form as Leslie Howard and Wendy Killer take on ·creeni leads. Following this feature billing follows a selected short subject entitled "The Mechanical Cow." Only 30 cents admission will be charged., Second entertainment feature is « girls' choice dance on Dec. 1 from 9 until midnight in the' THS cafeteria. According to .committee, big preparations are now underway to make-this affair the best one yet Other scheduled plans include two talent shows, a style show and additional dances and movies. PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. 1. (/Pi- Drenched and flood-damaged western Oregon battened down today for s bout with anQther Pacific the board for several days, admired by all but used by none. Burke's feat was neatly packaged in four sentences. They were written by same public information officer or enlisted man and sent to eighth army public information leadquarters. The notice hung on the bulletin board, and many correspondents read it and smiled over it. One day I asked a correspondent f he had used it. "No," he SJiid, "I figured press associations had sent it out so I would only be duplicating them if I used it." Other correspondents said the same thing. The press associations hadn't used it either. Each figured the others had seen it first and already sent it. 'Results: 10 North Koreans' Well, here it is: "Memorandum for the press. No. 5. Maj. Edward Burke of (1525 Hilltop ave.) Fay-i typewriter and banged out some observations on the PIO: "Just, why this group is known as public information officers is be- comprehension*," he wrote, do furnish infonnation is only part of the duties of the "PIO." War correspondents don't, want to be furnished with the news. They want to observe it themselves. But somebody'- had to speak up for them and represent ;hem eventually in contacts with the armed forces. This is' the duty of the PIO. He becomes sort of a ents with bed, food, shoes, blankets, clothes and about anything else needed to-exist; in a war zone. "This type of PIO is most valuable. Simple little services such as food and a place to sleep are important things. "Then, there is the 'low-level' PIO--those down on the regimental combat team or fighter group level. One of the better ones was assigned to the 18th fighter group. He was helpful in digging out details needed by correspondents in building up a piece for you readers. "He can't be named because he was shot down. He was a fighter pilot in addition to being a PIO, His buddies circled .their planes over him most of the day, but had, to fly home, at night, leaving him Square Dance Classes .Square dance classes for the fall and winter season sponsored the Pima County recreation department in co-operation with county square dance committee, will, begin next Monday evening, Nov. 6, at 8 p.m. in the county center at the fairgrounds. Registration for the classes is now. open and persons interested may register at the county · recreation' office, located in the tower room of the courthouse building, Gilbert Ray, recreation director, announced. Instruction will : be free to every- property. -They said the state was exempt from paying taxes.. * The_state purchased the property · ' o f 1949. The property was - for tax purposes and the deeds later turned over to the state. Tax statements were- put in- the mails but nobody bothered to pay what was due. (ZTnreon Ballg CHitfzra W*dnttd«y Evening, Nov. 1, 1MO . The five lots were advertised for sale recently with other 1949 tax delinquent property. one wishing to participate classes will: be conducted Monday, night f o r - a period of six weeks. Instructors for the iix-week period will be Martha Nelson, -buck Kidwell;;-Frank and Helen Pagel, .Ruby McKay, Marjorie Dem- serg, Peggy Hardy, Hattie Beiner, 3d Franz, Irina Carl, Mr. and Mrs. Harold -Robinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cox. to try to make his way through] callers will be Kidwell, enemy -lines.. glorified chaperone and nursemaid "it takes all types of peopla to to a of some of the most can etteville, N. C., a member of the tankerous individuals you can im- 52nd field artillery battalion, 24th infantry division, took time off from combat to go pheasant hunting. He flushed a pheasant and let' fly with a shotgun. Results: 10 North Korean soldiers with hands.in the air, who were escorted £o a POW camp, the .pheasant." The public information officer who sent this item in did not affix agine. A good PIO must have incredible patience. His usefulness to news papermen covering a war is- in direct proportion to his ability to furnish communications and transportation. Reaction to his failure lis name to it. Furnishing tidbits such as this and weightier tactical Accidents Add 2 More To Fatalities Burke missed | to produce these items is invariably- bitter. . From Most Modest State Lt. Col. Cecil H. Scott Jr., of Ft, Worth, Tex., PIO for the Fifth air force--an easy-going hombre-with a dialect from deep in the heart of the nation's most modest state- has by some, hook or crook managed to keep on good terms with the prima donnas of the press. He dropped in today, sat down at a By United Press Highway .'accidents in northern Arizona 1 added two more names to the state's 1950 death list today, raising the toll to 252. The, victims were identified as 'essie G. Bellairs, 55, Escondido, Calif.', and Ted Walton, 30, Flag- ,taff. '. ' Mrs. Bellairs died of injuries re- :eiyed' when a seraitruck and railer crashed into her parked car on' U.- S. highway 66 a mile east of Chambers last night. The woman's husband, who had gotten-out of the ar after it developed motor trou- Me, escaped injury. fight and write a war." j Holly, Jim Carl, Lou Beiner, Skip Barber and Robinson. Calexico To Get Type 'A 7 Armory SACRAMENTO, Calif., Nov. 1, (U.R) State adjutant Maj. Gen. Curtis D. O'Suilivan, predicted today a speed recruiting and a training program Katchina Doll Bounces From Truck; Not Found PHOENIX, Nov. 1. (U.FS -- Arizona .. state fair officials gave up hope to-|"~£- day of finding a Hopi Katchina doll | which bounced out of a truck bringing exhibits to the fair here. Three Flagstaff women found one doll which fell from the truck about 3 miles from Flagstaff and turned up in military more intensive for the California national guard. Curtis said it was "very improbable" that' additional California guard units would be called to federal duty. He said units now federated would be returned to state control starting next summer. All national guard units will be held in the United tSates until such time -as "an all-out shooting war" developed, he said. O'Suilivan, just returned from a top-level .national guard conference in Washington, spoke to the public works board about armory alloca- Capitol Annex Lots Up For Tax Sale PHOENIX, Nov. 1. (U.R)--Sale of tax delinquent properties began here today and one of the choicest locations listed were the five wheire .construction of the $50,000 -capitol annex building under way. However,, state officials weren't very concerned about losing the MORE St.Joseph ASPIRIN THAN ANY OTHER AS PI KIN IN THE WORLD FOR lOc . , .. b °" d *P«ved storm land. moving toward the coast- The new blow may hit late today. Forecasters doubted It would have the fury of. the week-end downpour that"caused'flash floods in mountain valleys and claimed five lives. · . Residents · are more wary, however. In the seven days of raining earlier storms had claimed four lives on the west coast. ACCORDING to student reporter Donald Feinberg, "Journalism students at Tucson senior high school will probably think twice before Torres Re-Elected To Mexican C Of C PHOENIX, Nov. 1. (#)--Armando G. Torres of Los Angeles has aeen re-elected president of the national confederation of Mexican chambers of commerce in the U. S. He was named as the group, representing 2,000 businessmen in .southwest, met here and reelected all its officers.^ El Paso was selected for next year's sessions. ON THE SPOT I have to put out $25,000 in new loans month. 1'ei, I'm r i g h t spot -- so SIS N. 4tb Are. rear *ronud heating and cooling . Glover-dark, [nc. , . See me! K your payments on your'car furniture, trailer or anything elsi are -too big, 'see me. I'm sure I can straighten up your financial problems,- cut your pay ments and even get you a few dollars to jangle sround in your pocket besides. I'm, really goinj, to "have to be awfully generous with, the $ $ S to get -this done Telephone 34)591 or See Me at-ARIZONA'S OLDEST HOME-OWXED LOA\ CO. ARIZONA CREDIT CO. 27 E. Broadway Ph. 3-0591 orrells'said the truck was driven, y William H. Odum, 46, Los An- eles. The accident was termed ua- voidable. Walton died in Flagstaff hospital ate yesterday of injuries received Dct. 29. He was driving a car vhich went out of control and overturned 31 miles east of Flagstaff on U. S. highway 66. Small Casualty- List Released By Military WASHINGTON, Nov. 1. (#)--The defense department today reported nine men killed and two missing in'action in the Korean area. The casualty list (No. 140) was one 'of the smallest of the Korean war. it over to the superintendent of fair entries, but the second doll has not been recovered. The Katchina dolls are part of an Indian arts and crafts exhibit representing work from 11 of the state's 13 Indian tribes. DR. M. A. 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