Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 4, 1950 · Page 10
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Church Meet Held At Camp BISBBE, Nov.'4.--More -than 50 delegates from P r e s . b y t e r i a n ohurches convened at Camp-Laf-a Lot, Ft. Huachuca, Convent Presby- L, terian site, yesterday and today, 'for'a. Youth of Southern Arizona .Presbytery conclave. , . : . '. Conference leaders were.-Rovs. Sholin and "William Drak and Ted Kapp, Tucson; adult adviser for presbytery youth. Three' official voting delegates from'the following chtirches ' attended: First Presbyterian, Douglas: -First Presbyterian, Clifton; Morenci chapel; Community Presbyterian, Benson; Covenant Presbyterian, Bisbee; Spanish American, Douglas; Spanish American, Ajo; Escuela Presbyterian, \ Mountain View and South Side'Presbyterian, Tucson; and Church of "the Covenant Presbyterian, Galilee mission and Spanish Presbyterian of Clifton . and-Morenci. Buddy Andreas, president of the, local." Westminster '.Fellowship is. in charge,of arrangements, assisted by Dolly Belle Adams. · Billy.Mun- sey, Billy Bonhara, Clifton Bolltho, Johnny Hess, Margaret Ann Corrin, Dixie McDoniel, Elaine Jay, Betty Hargjs, Claude Cupiss Betty Payne, James Kauffman, Leonard Wright, Paul Justice, Nancy Robbins and Arnold 'Ridgeway, Boys' Choir Will Sing Western Airs The Tucson Boys', choir, in western attire, will appear at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow for the weekly community sing in downtown Armory park. - - · Soloists appearing " with the] choir will include C. Kamrnon.i David Lee, Donald Miller and Gary Lemel. Choir accompanists will be Dorothy-SajTe at the piano and Torn Brancheau, accordionist. Eduardo Caso is director both of the choir and of' the community sing. Mavis Owen is accompanist for the sing. The choir will sing its repertoire of western songs. REV. MBS. HAROLD L. LTJN- ger, wife of the pastor of the First Christian church, will' preach at the 11 a.m. service tomorrow at the Tucson Unitarian church which is ·holding its services in the Miles school. Her subject will be "Disciplined Dreamers." :.. . . Report Lama India Bound CALCUTTA, India,., Nov.. 4. .(*)-Reports reached Calcutta today that Tibet's boy ruler, the 16-year- old Dalai Lama, has fled from his capital of Lhasa in the face of invading Chinese' Communists.: The reports', ..which came from, the India-Tibet border point of firmation. 'Invading Communist; troops re- .,,,, ,, ,._,_,..... portedly captured' ; Chamdo after/a! TOMBSTONE, Nov. Rose Tree Bloonis At Tombstone Inn Wnrumi ;-Bit'It? fflttlzwj 1Q '- T - Stturd«y Evthlns, Nov. 4,-1960 ; battle with Tibetan defenders led by ,a cabinet minister; Naboo, described "as one of Tibet's ablest leaders. His whereabouts, and th'at of his wife, 'are not now Another minister, Ihalu, Kalimpong arid which are officially! known unconfirmed here, said the young| was said to have been captured in ruler had left .with his aged regent! the/fall of Chamdo. for "an -unknown destination." i Foreign ministry .. officials - in Backed bv India's offer of asylum! N ew Delhi were skeptical' of 'the to ' the. · Tibetan leaders, reports from New Delhi said the Dalai Lama and other government heads were on their way to India. This also Vwas'-.. without "official con-| Dr - s - Sinha. reported flight of the Dalai Lama, but they admitted they were puzzled at the long silence of their diplomatic representative at Lhasa, gave us memories -so w have, roses in December" most become a reality Show Schedule "Good CATALINA 'Little· Women"--12:35, 4:15, 8:05; News"--2:35, 6:25, 10:20. "·····: v FOX.LYFUC ·My Blue Heavsn"--1J, 4:03, 8:06; Pints"--2:16.. 6:15, J0:22. , · . ' " . - ' . - - RODEO DRIVE IN 'Sunset Boulevard"--7:07, 10:«; "Pfllo- iriinq"--9:11;' ' '. , PLAZA Dos Almas en el Mundo"--12:22. 3:36, «:47, 10:01; "La.Vslentina"--SM, 5:25, 8:36. STATE ·The 5:46, 8:49; 6:51, 8:54. FOX-TUCSON "Border Treasure"--1:10. i. 6:50, 9:40; 'The Men"--2:20, 5:15, 8, 10:55. ARIZONAN "Chicago Deadline" --2:30, 5:55, 8:53; 'Tides of Monterey"--4:17. 7:21, 10:25, PARAMOUNT "Cassino to Korea"--1:13. 3:57. 8:31, 9:20; 'Wagoa. Master"--11:40, 2:30, 4:58, 7:32, 0:21. has -a in Tomt stone. . . , . . ~ " Because of the warm v/eathe quite a number of blossoms hav appeared on the world's larges rose tree which grows in the pati of the Rose Tree inn. Mrs. J. H Macia, pioneer resident -.who-ha ived at-the inn over 30 years, sal it is!"the'first .time-she. has eve Known or heard of the tree bios oming before April. The rose tree, a "Lady Banksi. Camera CluJb Sets Color Slide Show The semi-annual color slide show of · the. Tucson Camera flub has .scheduled, for next Friday night in the humanities building on: the campus at 8 p.m. and the public is invited. The event will feature camera work of amateurs who belong to the club'and subjects will include · Man prom' Montana"--11:40," 2:43, (landscapes, .animals, children-.and ^49: "Rock island Traii'^i2:45. 3:48, j others. The slides represent the best efforts of the members during the last six months. TUCSON-NOGALES BUS SERVICE SOUTHBOUND LMVI Tucnn 7:05 A.M. 2:15 P.M. *M A.M. · . 4:00 P.M. 10:15 A.M. ' 6:00 P.M. 11:30 A.M. 8:30 P.M. 12:45 P.M. 12:30 A.M. NORTHBOUND Ueave Nonalei e:45 A.M. » 4:00 P.M. 9:15 A.M. 5:00 P.M. 10:45 A.M. 6:30 P.M. 12:30 P.M. 8:30 P.M. J:15 P.M. 10:30 P.M. Connection! At Nogalti for Herrowllio and Guaymai CITIZEN AUTO LINES Greyhound Terminal Ph. 3-0538 The Original ^OracleImt, * FOR CHICKEN * FOR SHRIMP * FOR STEAKS For excellent food and drinks-For western hospitality. 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Queen,Mary January 2nd -- A Few Spaces Left -Round Trip^-Mlnlmnm Tour. 1st Class, .$1,1.18; Cabin Class, $1,240; First Class, ,.$1,523. Hyways and Byways TRAVEL SERVICE 616 3V. Country Club Road --Dial 5-9491 -No Charge for Our Services STARTS TODAY "FANCY PANTS" BOB LUCILLE HOPE · BALL -- Second Big Hit -"MY BLUE HEAVEN" BETTY DAN GRABLE · DAILEY -- Plus -WALT DISNEY'S "BEAVER VALLEY" 4544 Si6tli Ave. Photie"2-OZC4 ARIZONAN -- Matinee Every Day--'.; A'dtilts 46c -- Children i«c MATES of MONTEREY' -- Also -'CHICAGO DEADLINE' rex TUCSON PHONE 3 9491 · LAST DAY · OWl SHOW TONITE LAST FEATttKE 10:50'P.M. HMION BRANDO 'TERESA WBfiHT -- Plus -TIM HOLT "BORDER. TREASURE" TOMORROW Louis Calhem * Edgar Buchanan ARIZONA FRIENDS OF MUSIC Present Adolph Bailer Roman Tolenberg Gabor Rejilo Piano Violin Cello NOV. 5 Mozart -- Prokofiev Beethoven 11.90 Liberal Arts Auditorium' 3:30 P. M. U. of A. Campus : Tickets at the Box. Office: R O P E O K I V E IJ T H E A T R E S O U T H O F T H E R O D E O G R O U N D S TONIGHT GATES 6:15 SHOW MW BOX OFFICE 6:15 SHOW 7 4500 E. SPEEDWAY 6-0111 · TONIGHT * TOLI) THE WAY IT HAPPENED -- INSPIRATIONAL ALSO--ADVENTURE!!! EXCITING!! DRAMATIC! ORSON WELLES CECILEAUBRY DANCING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT 8:30 TO 1 A.M. ^ ATTRACTION * FLOOR SHOW-"MAGICIAN" ·Also ' Swing Shift Dance '. . . . .1 A.M. to 4 A.M. CLUB FLAMINGO 50 So. 5th Ave. : -- Dial 3-5682 , 2 CARTOONS -^ NEWS -- PLAYGROUND FOR KTDDrES D A N C E EVERY SATURDAY KITE, 9 - 12 P. M. To The Rhythm of TED SISCO'S ORCHESTRA "Miuic A$ You Like It" ODD FELLOWS HALL ~ 135 SOUTH SIXTH AVENUE -ROMANCE and INTRIGUE with MOTOR-VU TONITE CRISIS" 7:07-10:42 J. JAMES" at 9:15 Box Office 6:30 JIIOMI , tivinv. JOIIPH . «c» COUKTLANP · TTLH · -CAIHIA . tOttKTS KwreuEi. University of Arizona Artist Series GIUSEPPE Dl STEFANO ...... Metropolitan Tenor , · : ' · · - UNIVERSITY AUDITORIUM FRIDAY NIGHT, NOVEMBER 10 Public Ticket Sale Nov. 8 to 10 Phone 3^955 -- Ext. 336 ALL SEATS S2.40 BslSP.M. every Saturday Night PIONEER reMvttfa «$- PIONEER HOTEL BALLROOM *» // ' " *W ii*: :-^ flmona State Fair W' ' I i AUTHENT4C-FRONTIER TOWN.* SQUARE DANCING-t.to 10-PJ«. NOV; 3-4-8-9-10-11 · BIG CAR 100 MILE NATIONAL ' . ·CHAMPIONSHIP RACE NOV. 12 · GIGANTIC AGRICULTURAL AND LIVESTOCK,SHOW · ssd.ooo IN PRIZES · HORsi RACING 1 .DAILY, · FUN ON THE GAY MIDWAY-., -..:.;,.-..-. . -·-EDUCATIONAL EXHIBITS, ARTS, CRAFTS, SCIENCES · - " -«ATIS OPtN * AX. - CLCX 10 tM. . COM! IAKLT'. ITAY tATI -PLU THE RETURN OF JESSE JAMES DrawMet EXTRA ADDED ATTRACTION ON OUR STAGE . 3:OOP.M. 8:40 P.M. America'* Foremost Mentaliet ' ·' - STARTS TOMORROW^ No Frettinand All JUNE ALLISON PETER LAWFORD HITS Open 2:00 P. M,, , Phone 5-1201 STARTING LAST TIMES TODAY "Good News" "LITTLE WOMEN" in Prices! TOMORROW 5 PRIZES! 5 Complete $255 Art Courses, including Drawing Outfits! ·Urt'f your big chance, if,you want to become a commercial artirt, designer, or'illustrator! Ah easy-to-ixy way to win FREE art training i Micfhitr you win or not we send you our comments on your work, if your drawing shows promise! Trained illustrators, artiste and cartoonists now making big money. Find out now if YOU have profitable art talent. There's no fee or obligation. You've nothing to lose--everything 'to gain. Start your drawing now. Mail it today. ART INSTRUCTION, JNC./D.,,,, 531 '." · 500 5. 4th St., Mlnneopolii 75, Minn. · Pleaie enter my attached^drawiug in your Jfoveznber drawing contest. [H.IA3I MINT) Xrrufivn OrJf\ Our itudenti pot . eligible. Mate copy of'rirl S ioi. high. Pencil or pen otdy. Omit the lettering. All drawing!!'muat ba. received by Nov. 30, 1350. None returned. Winnera notified. Lattil Wfantr litil Fr«* CDUIM winner^ in previoui contrat-- from Ji»t just released: \ .; :. F. 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