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d4 NEWS STAND AND COUNTER lOc PER COPY ,\ rlingt on, Wash., Thursday, Nov. 19, ]953. Consolidated with Arlington Chronicle April 3, 191 . Banquet of the Arlington .ll squad were guests ton Commercial dinner, held in room of the Methodist Tuesday night. Presi- Helm of the Club ex- appreciation of the for the fine spirit of and successful season. the coaches and them. Munizza pointed that the team mere- not big huskies, but the right spirit and which he said were qualities required for He also praised of his assistant Ralph and said that much due to Ed. Koersbon, freshman coach, and the team members instruction. Frosh coach at the of Washington, spoke 0 Miss Agnes Haaga To Address P.T.A. Monday Nov. 23 Miss Agnes Haga, Director of Creative Dramatics at the Uni- versity of Washington, will ad- dress members of the Arlington P.T.A. at 8 p.m., Monday, Nov. 23, at the Arlington High School Auditorium. Her topic for the evening will be: "Creative Arts," It was an (q)och-making ceremony that took place in tile Jim Creek Valley near Arlington, Wednesday morn- ing, when Brig. (]en. l)avid Sarnot'f, U.S.A. rctircd, and ehairnmn of the board of Radio Corporation of America, tapped out the first message over" Big .lira," the biggest transmitter in the world, that was "heard 'round the world." The message was sent after Admiral Robert B. Carney, U.S.N., chief of Naval Operations, had accepted the keys to the Radio Station from Gen. Sarnoff, the transmitter having been built by R.C.A. In sending his message, it is and Miss Haaga will plan for a question and answer period to follow her talk. A ....... significantthat Gen Sarnoff rrangemems ior [nls lecture .... .-- -: - - ........ ,usea tne Key wIm WhiCh ne re- were maae oy Mr. ~. A. mstorese, oolv,~d his flrct irnn,~f~,~ ,-~,~o Program Chairman of Arlington[ P.T.A sage as a radio operator in 1912 tions, with its 89 circuits in 65 nations, reported acknowledge- ments, from strategic, far-away places. These also were plotted on the world map, together with, messages of receipt from passen- ger liners "May I express the wish, which I know all in our Armed Services share, that this powerful instru- ment Ior transmitting intelli- gence, may add to our national when he intercepted the S.O.S. security and to the peace of the group, telling of his Miss Haaga has had a major from the stricken ship Titanic. world," General Sarnoff said. and plans part in making the University's Admiral Cumml's message at the University. creative dramatics program one was one of greeting mad was The dedication ceremony, be- of the most extensive in the court- sent to naval units on land,ginning at 11:30 a.m. (PST) at ht along a movie Admiral Robert B. Carney, USN, and Brig. Gem David Sarnoff, USA, (Ret) at the dedication of ......... the tran m ......... Washington-UCLA the Transmitter at the Navy's Radio Station near Arlington, Wash on Wednesday. Nov. 18. Gen. Sar- [wrYen~nt%Camoe [ram~e$~tlse ii%u~U~{ ~ the air mad on mad under ArlingtoSn ~e: plr~e, ideU(~t:ast ~y being run in slow noffnoff chairman of the Board R C A builders of the transmitter, handed over the keys upon the . P g g - e surface of the sea. Wit .... ' ........ ee the players and completion of the contract, Admiral Carney receiving them for the Navy.--Ellis Photo. [~te%uindrerith%spor~%rShiePtt~f ne~ing the ceremony were ~eamrm2na~a~lo#ltan 4t~ir~m~t~ 'tunity to watch de- ~ y scores of news reporters, ra. .. .......... lr~ , U .... ''" . | a! .= | a| m, Junior League. dia recorders and transmit. ~avi~I ~r~et" bPG%aKeerrS1 Weraer:~: play,-._,, uegree OI riO[IOr AlPn ~T|~I ~W_~, ~i~L~r~ Miss Haaga has done much ad- ters and T.V. recorders, news_., , ey.__. , ra .... ~__ __ .....**v~ .,~,.vuu~u .uvwwv ...v.. - : ........ '- ---' "-'-"*:-- :- ^-n reel re,~r~ntaliv~ and anu uear Aomlral William 1~ ,,.in,, Jumor Club Notes I.. . ~ . .~ -.. R s- .= ne~t~iYonW~ ~eac~ng*a~u~ts~:and mago, zin~ writers. Ammumg2{iDirectr.,fvNavalaC~m'.i ,~r o Monda three groups of working with children's groups 'With this first message we .... -~, ,~,,v =^v,~,-=u-,~,- ,, o ......... . y ............ llere I0 Kep0r!/ranjmltler uea|caii01 in informal playmaking A book. forge another link between you the Navy had decided as a secu, r- II I[I[U lC~C~ the Degree at honor aumu* ~uul " " ' r e " 'rlty measure to ootaln a transmlt- ..~. .. their meetIn s after school That the ded,ratmn of the big Los Angeles: Daily News--L. A let Supplementary Materials and you .homland. Adml ai ,or that on,,lrl intnntlv ~l,a~.t ~t,e ~'ltal Gmkt' Walkmg" held ......... ~ '~-"g ^ large num-/ transmitter at the Na,,-, ~adio [Jones for Use in .... t~reatlve Dramatics carney sam," as tne Navy, In co- ~ ...................... ~ _ ~ ........ In me v.~vv, no, ~ ~ "z ~- " " " ' r units everywnere. , : Committee reports w_. ^, ~t and 2rid graders met at[ Station, on lira Creek wa~ con- [ ~,~ w,.~,~i .... va .....