Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on March 11, 1966 · Page 40
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 40

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, March 11, 1966
Page 40
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PAGE 40 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY, .MARCH II, 1966 High School TUT · · Musicians Competing Five hundred high school musicians arrived on the campus of the University of Arizona today for the annual All-State Music Festival. For the next two days, the campus will be serenaded by two bands of 100 members each, a 200-member choir and an orchestra of 109 players. The groups are drawn from the best musicians in the state high schools, said Andrew Buchhauser, head of the UA School of Music, who planned the festival. The festival is sponsored by the Arizona Music Educators Association and is held in alternate years at the university here, Arizona State University and Arizona State College. The hours of rehearsals will culminate with a Saturday concert at 7:30 p.m. in the University Auditorium. Tickets will be available to the public at $1 at the door. . The guest conductors will be Dr. Charles C. Hirt, director of choral activities at the University of Southern California; Abraham Chavez, conductor of orchestras at Texas Western Uni- vejsity; Randall Spicer, director of bands at "Washington State University; and Robert Vagnef,, band conductor at the University of Oregon. Tucscraian Arrested In ·\ PHOENIX -t (I) -- A Tucson man wanted on a warrant charging grand theft by embezzlement was arrested early today white he sat in a car parked .with its lights on in a vacant field. "\ Patrolman Herschel Eaves identified the man as Ronald Hughes Johns, 25, and said he found a loaded .32 caliber automatic , pistol under the driver's seat of.the;car. j.A' companion, Gary Hill, 25, also of Tucson, was booked for drunken and disorderly conduct Johns was booked on a charge of failure to return a rented car to its agency owners and on suspicion of carrying a con- fcealed weapon. War Brought Home " CHICAGO-"UPI- A billboard S'-n-pn *'"e "Chicago campus of George Williams College, brings .·~:sr closer/ to borne for college students. It Sa^ "Study each day or you may become 1-A." MAKES 'HOUSE CALL' Nurse Saves A Life A nurse hailed to a home where a woman had collapsed has been credited with saving her life by continued use of mouth-to-mouth breathing and closed chest heart massage procedures. Mrs. Eva Wargo, a licensed practical nurse; arrived for work at Dr. Ernest Eberling's office yesterday when the building superintendent, George Trout, asked her to follow him to a home across the alley. They had to scale a wall to reach the house. They found Mrs. Dolores Fife, 961 S. Sidney Ave., collapsed at a neighbor's home where she had gone after suddenly taking ill. Mrs. Wargo could feel neither Joseph Scott Is Promoted InCAPA Joseph F. Scott, formerly of Tucson, has been promoted from administrative assistant to administrator of the Central Arizona Project Association. He joined the Central Arizona Project in 1963 after working three years with the Tucson Chamber of Commerce as assistant manager and manager of the governmental affairs department. · . ' · A native.of Tucson, Scott is a 1957 graduate of the University of Arizona. . \\ Prior to joining the Tucson Chamber, Scott was an insurance underwriter in San Francisco and manager of the San Francisco branch of the House of York day camp for children. pulse nor heart beat. Two minutes of resuscitation work brought back some breathing, but Mrs. Fife failed again. Mrs. Wargo worked on until she restored a faint pulse, and a Fire Department rescue truck arrived with its mechanical resuscitator. Mrs. Fife was taken to St. Joseph's Hospital, where she recovered consciousness. 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