Pampa Daily News from Pampa, Texas on February 22, 1959 · Page 7
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Thespians Will Present Play March 2 THE SKIN OF OUR TEETH' for the senior play, Thornton Wilder 1 * "the Skin Of Our Teeth." are picking up Speed tt PflmpR Htffh School. "8km" Will open March 2 for ft two night run, according to Miss Helen Sehafef, director. Adult ticket/!, expected to afrlv* Monday, will sell (or 78 eenU. Student)! will be able to see "The 8kln of Our Teeth" for 85 cents. Ttakets will b« sold by members of the cast and will be available At thft door. In "The Skin of OUr Teeth," Wilder plays every theatre prank that he doesn't play In "O u r Town." The plot revolves around the Antrobus family and their gen eral utility maid. Lily Sablna. Olh er characters comolemeHt the '.^ ,. tiJ'ii /» general lootiieness but persistance Canadian Will V»GT of the Antrobuses as they careen I through the Ice Age, the Deluge! CANADIAN (Spl) - A proposal and several wars rollfed into one. for a city manager form of j;ov The senior play has a cast of crnrner ,t passed by four votes in r 40, made up of Thespians and oth- ^ ^ hun er talented seniors. Tlie actors ar6 » already fitting Into their costumes dred and nineteen votes were raa and putting on characterization foiSln this third election try for a citj a play that Is a lot wackier than manager. "Out Town." Tula llme , t h e tally was 259 foi 51st fMfi PAMPA BAfLY NEWS Year SON&AY, ?fi6RUAftY 32, 1959 A-7 News in Brief SCAFFOLD MISHAP KILLS M SALISBURY, RhodftAla <UPl)-~ A scaffold on the face of the huge Kariba Dam collapsed Friday, hurling; 1? workmen 200 feet to'their death, it was reported on Saturday. PROORAM JAKARTA tWM) Sukarno preswitiid hi* fifttlotl a timetable fo* eottstitutlotttt f*» form that Will bflnf "guldttf dt» ffiocracy" to Indonesia on itl 1ft* dependence Day, ,Aug. It. Sukarno, In ft nationwide frftdlft address, called fof a. rettlfft <dt Urfe 1S4S constitution to ifnpllfftent rtfs plan for a part-appointlVi plrt-elective government. 'THE DEFIANT ONES' A flaming torch holds a lynch mob at bay in this suspenseful scene from Stanley Kramer's "The Defiant. Ones" Currently showing at the LaNora Theatre. Lon Chaney weilds the torch with co-stars Tony Curtis and Sidney Pettier awakmg Jhe^outCpme^^ FLU t)EA11!R HISK LONDON (UPI) --Deaths from influenza more than trebled last _ week after doubling the week be-, fore, thft Ministry of Health rfe-, ported Saturday, i A total of 455 flu deaths were recorded in Britain during the week ending Feb. M. more than three times the 144 deaths during the previous week. Four Pampa High School seniors pose for a family portrait after a rehearsal of Thornton Wllder's delightful comedy, "The Skin of Our Teeth." The Antrobus family consists of Mr. and Mrs. George Antrobus, Richard Newberry and Bar- bara Lunsford; and the children, Gladys and Henry played by Judy Baer and Douglas Redmon. Becky Gray, at far left appears as Lily Sablna, the maid. (Daily News Photo) M.AIICIIKS WITH PEOPLE VATICAN CITY (UPI) — Pope John XXIIt will march with the people of Rome in a Lenten procession Sunday, reviving a tradition of the Middle Ages, Vatican and 255 against the new syslsm. sources said Saturday, rive of the 519 votes were disqualified. •:n uncut LI, ox VACUT SANTA CRUZ. Tenerife. Canary slands (UPI)—Sir Winston Chur- hill arrived here Saturday iboard the yacht of Greek ship- .ing magnate Aristotle Onassis. AUGSBUflQ, Germany ^fc Dalton L. C. Chase, of . Tex. ha« been arrested oft su*" ^icion of smuggiirif marijuana m from Lebanon, the Army aft- nounced Saturday. Chase is a member of thl 24th Division, which returned r«6eritty from emergency duty In the" Mid* die East country. _,... NtfMMMrtMMMlBhliMMMBBH^BBMHilVMB Dr, R. E, Thompson CHIROPRACTOR Hours by Appointment 8 to 12—1i30 to 3:30 Thur»diy>9»t. 8 tj 12 809 N. Ballafd MO MBM SIMS ELECTRIC iCOMPANY tndustrlaJ «wd « Mlt! * ft " all '"* Commorca. FREE ESTIMATES, Phone MO 4-7320 FULL* INSURED "CENSE aud BONO«1> BIU Bin.., PftWP * Price Chairs Host Committee Mike Price charge of the of Pampa is host committee In for and religion Monday through Thursday evenings. Discussions will be held in the various dormitories nightly at 9:30. | Dr. Kirkland is vice-president of the Commission on Ecumenical Mission and P.elatlons and a mem- Trinity University's Spiritual Em- b er «' the Consolidated Committee phasls' Week, Fe'b. 23-27. of the United Presbyterian Church. The featured speaker Is the Hi" visit Vas arranged by the Rev. Bryant M. Kirkland, D.D., Spiritual Emphasis Week commit- pastor of the First Presbyteriin toe of which Mike is a membnr. Church of Tulsa. He will address) Price, a junior history major, the Skyline Campus student body Is class president and a student each morning during the week and senator. His parents are Mr. and present additional aspects of life Mrs. Taylor Price, Pampa. Marsh Speaks On Legislation i Cameron Marsh, principal of Pampa Junior High School was the main speaker at an appreciation dinner for shop foremen and 'parts managers, given by the Pampa Independent Garagemen's 'Association recently. , Marsh reported on legislation discussed at a U.S. Chamber of [Commerce Aircade meeting In Colorado Springs, Colo, last wrek. i Eight members and 18 guests were present at Poole's Steak 'House dinner. Religion Class Will Hear Rabbi Rabbi Arthur Bluhm of Amai Illo will address the great religion* class Thursday, according to Marlon George, secretary of th« Pam-' pa Adult Education Group. H 1 « subject will be Judaism. The group will meet at I p.m. in Lovett Memorial Library to hear Bluhm. 1 Another event scheduled by the group is a current events c'ass Tuesday. Warren Cochran will lead the class in a discussion of "Peace Proponal.i for Cyprus," The meeting time will be 7:30 p.m. The place is the Library. \ Adult education sessions are open to all interested persons values Read The News Classified Ads. * We'll all agree, to dry clothes you need a breeze — and breezes come in two styles. There's the outdoor breeze that tears clothes, covers them with dust particles, and chills you to the bone. Then there's the indoor bre«ze which is gentle as a lamb on the clothes and on you. An electric clothes dryer is the way to get that soft and fluffy breeze, and it's the way to have the sweetest, whitest wash in town. 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