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Tucson Daily Citizen (Newspaper) - July 3, 1953, Tucson, Arizona Show Schedule THOMAS WATCH TOMMY WIN lucky Channel j SHOW 8 PER CAR 3 FEATURES PLUS 2 FEATURE MIDNITE SHOWAil si Per Car Ansco Color IIVIHO AlUN PraAiftUo LEW AYRES MARILYN MAXWELL ANDYDEVINE OIHI HUTTOH HIT No Lowery GODS COUNTRY IHT No Power JESSIE JAMES MIDNIGHT SHOW Times Furnished Bjr Theaters ARIZONAN Scotland Ywd Inaiwctor eau Call Me The Stooje JJ2S Iron Aflgel j CATAXJNA Lett Do It 10 Johnny HI FOX TUCSON Slight Case at LYRIC Angel Never Let Me Desert Remains To Be PARAMOUNT Ambuth At Tomahawk 10 Serpent of the r PAKK Pool ol PLAZA Closed for Tonight We Ladles of the Closed for screen reconstruc tion STATE Pony The Savage theaters TOO FAST for the Camera Tom Callendei B216 i Good Luck from KTKT Bob Myers A215 Music Journal Acclaims Local Schools Schools In the Tucson area have receivednational recognition as a result of their particjation in the 1953 convention of the California Western Educators conferi ence here last March An article in the Music Edu cators Journal for JuneJuly gives praiseto the efforts of the local group and singles out the presen tation of Alice in Arizonaland by Tucson public schools as the gala festival event which will be remembered for a long time to come In part it says from the mo ment the curtain parted on the first episode The Grand Canyon until the final curtain of the epi sode San Xaviers Mission1 con ference memberswere aware tliat definitely a new high had been reached in MENC pageant produc tions THE ARTICLE described it M a demonstration of howa music de partment can legitimately be the focus for a schoolwide project which is far more than simply an other home town show Singled out especially was the Spring junior high school The said At this school visit ing delegates and student mem I bers had an opportunity to see an i institution whose school popula tion included students and teach ers of white and Negro origin I Mexicans of pure Spanish pure Riexicanand mixed descent Chi nese and some of In dian descent This school has an outstandlpprincipal a Negro whose faculty is also a crosssec tion of all races Mention is made here of this particular situation because it is such an excellent ex ample of intercultural education at work MORGAN MAXWELL is prin cipal of the Tohn Spring junior high school Also featured in the articles re view was a picture of the prom enade concert by the Amphi theater high school band directed by Lawrence W Wilson scenes from Alice in Arizonaland the allconference high school chorus and band and a representative group students from Japan Afghanistan China Iran and Hawaii Pied Piper Is Gone MontgomeryStrangelyHushed Awaiting Outcome Of CG Test MONTGOMERY Ala Amid a strange quiet Montgomery awaits the outcome of the great gamma globulin experiment All group activity for children has virtually ceased It is as though the Pied Piper lured them away from city playgrounds and western movies When inoculation centers close tonight the last of over 30000 youngsters will have been made as safe from infantile paralysis as is now possible TEARS painstaking research costing millions of dollars have been climaxed in this initial at temptby microbe hunters to halt a raging polio outbreak before it shoots pasttheepidemicmark Now the scientists have done all they cans and are lookingfor Montgomerys hipsore youngsters of 9 years old and under to tell them how much longer they have to fight before the crippling disease is beaten It will be at least a week before anybody has the first inkling Then if smaller scale gamma glob ulin tests hold true the mounting polio toll will fade off 80 per the back of the pending epidemic Curing the height of the hotweather danger season STATE AND county health of ficers originally estimated the county had almost 31000 children in the agegroup to be inoculated and 30000 otthem would get the free serum But through last night 29966 had been immunized and lines still formed outside serum centers thismorning When the polio fighting blood derivative is in jected last child tonight an estimated 35000 will have been inoculated This milliondollar punch at polio has come too late for 85 stricken victims here Three have died TEAMS OPexperts sent in by thfe National Foundation for In fantile Paralysis the RJid Cross and the U S public healtji service Were with you Bob TODAY GEN ADM 60o CLARK GABLE Never Let Me Go ROBERT MITCHTJM it Angel Face WAY Also Stormy Weather BUI Robinson Lena Home 4544 S Sixth Ave Ph 20264 Matinee Saturday and Sunday Audio Sfnrphy GUN SMOKE Rosemary Clooney 11 South 6th Ave RELAX IN COOL COMFORT The Biggest PreHolWay Hits Youve Ever Relaxed With The Stars Are Singing AUK LADD IN THI FOXIION UOION IUKID tYDANOHTHI OIVIIAND RAPTUROUS ARLENE DANL 2320 NO CAMPBELL DOORS OPEN SAT AM JUNIOR MATINEE MICKEY MOUSE CLUB SPECIAL TOMAHAWK CARTOONS SERIAL CAMPREUPOINC Gates Show ADULTS Ktna FREE Itt Jm all wiy with i wxij M h lip4 I a Iwr tni in wiMl RICHARD CONTi ARLENE DAHL TONIGHT WE SIN EZIO PINZA IQBEKTA PETERS DAVID WAYNE ANNE AKIM TAMIROFF 1WMUMKWMUJ For Screams Out Load MM 4 HOOKS mo Noon Lunches Starting at A H REASONABLE PRICES CLUB LA JOLLA 1000 So 6th A Ph35142 are preparing to leave Montgom ery a city of 106000 Theyll be back later to compile invaluable statistics that may save another virusbesieged city 17 S 66 In State Sets Travel Mark In June UB was the biggest travel month in the Arizona history of highway 66 an official said yesterday H P Harvey inspector In charge of the state inspection station here said that during June westbound cars totaled 61 308 against a previous record for a single moiith of 58753 set July last Total westbound vehicular travel the first six months of 1953 was 205355 more than 20 000 over the same period last year he said STARTS AM RADAR SECRET SERVICE CARTOONS 5 KEY KIDS BRING YODR DOUBLE COLA BOTTLE CAPS AND WIN PRIZES Also CHAPTER No 11 UNDERSEA KINGDOM HE WANTED WHAT WAS COMING TO HIM If had kill It I LAST 2 DAYS E CONGRESS DOORS OPEN HER KISSES CONQUERED THE MAN WHO CONQUERED THE WORLD THt LOVES OF CUOPATRA TECHNICOLOR mm GATES ADULTS 60o SHOW 8 P M KIDS PKEE TONIGHT Bib HAYWORTH Stewart GRANGER i AM EXOTEMEKT OF ROME In Mils Greatness CHARLES LAUGHTON JUDITH ANDERSON SJR CEDRIC HAJIDWICKE Robert MITCHUM Jean SIMMON Friday July 3 1951 She sheds six veils as Salome at the Cactus drivein theater The Columbia picture in Tech nicolor and costarring Stewart Granger and Charles Laughton will continue its current run through Monday Expert j TV REPAIR TED WALKER CALL 32595 ZOOH Glen Robjnson B150 VVere roofing or you Santa Rita Hotel PHONE JKI1 SI E Congress Open LAST DAY Potty Sol Technicolor PARK HIATRE A STUDY IN SUSHMttt STOW STARTS TM GATES OPEN ALWAYS PEK CAR DOORS OPEN AM TODAY CONTINUOUS PERFORMANCE MGMS FULLLENGTH FEATURE FIRST COLOR DIMENSION WESTERN ENTERTAINMENT SENSATION PRINT BY TECHNICOLOR PHOTOGRAPHED IN ANSCO COLOR FILMED IN 1953 RODEO Many Tuceoniang appeared picture as extras and witnessed the filming IT COMES RIGHT OUT OF THE SCREEN AT YOU POLLY ITS ALWAYS COOL AND COMFORTABLE AT THE FOXI rm GIG JEAN YOUNGHAGEN HENRY AND FOR YOUR ADDED ENJOYMENT FULL LENGTH COMPANION FEATURE MICKEY ROONEY EDDIE BRACKEN Mwl LIFE fWI MARILYH E8SWNE tl
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