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October 26, 1949

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S o v i e t s Tell About Singer FriewdJW Tito MOSCOW, Oct 28. «V-The Soviet Literary Gazette declared today that Yugoslav Marshal Tito is often seen In Belgrade "in the company of an American spy, Singer Jlnka Kuntz." . The article, carrying a Belgrade dateline, said the singer was married to a Yugoslav general and had become "a dictator of fashions for wives of ministers and generals h Belgrade. ** " i. . Runaway Autos Prove Menace Two rtmawav vehicles caused. The truck', driver. Lloyd Seld- ^ore than S1.500 damage in Tuc.[ m ^ n , 2315 E. Blacklldge dr -w son yesterday when one ran into house and the second struck another » ut ^ vehicle m ^ In the'other accident an auto- runawa, mobile belonging to Arcemo S. , . vehicle cc*sted »way from its and an alley backed across at the rear o£ 41o E v $1,500 damage was caused to the front wall of the home owned by its parking place at South Herbert avenue and East 13th street and collided with a second parked auto registered to Janies Lodcner, ·""* 106 Name Receiver For ^El_ Roy F. Flesh of Phoenix, «sso- date 1 -:-of the West«rn American Mortgage Co.. today was appointed receiver for El Siglo Apartments, Inc.'Superior Judge Lee Garrett signed -the order and set bond at $25,000. S, Cuesta. rourui, i.,c. Police said damage was about said about $10. Salgado's car was towed away · ; "* . , ... JI_«.....A^I Kl/vb-ino , , . when it was discovered blocking ,the street. Police said it had no , parking brakes. mite-top sundae will delight the late ice cream in .serving dish, pour o\*r it 2 tablespoons *«»«« sauce or *yrup, top with - * h*l« « vanilla Jc« cr«am and sprinkl. Uv- ishly with grated Coconut. DEFENSE SKCRETARY LOW Johnion (right) hold* r^rr;^^ In wiSnS** uhere they centred icith Present Tru- Ln John.cn .aid, "vZcomwnt" «hen a.ked if navy high command would be changed. Yearbook Decision h Made By Students, Principal Says article declared. "Expensive dim- nonds are given her by Tito." (The dispatch, filed through Soviet censorship did not further denttfy the woman. The Literary Gazette article's bitter personal attack on Tito was a .continuation of ·he growing propaganda war by the Russian-led comlnform against the Yugoslav regime). The writer, whose name was Riven as V. Stoyanovich, accused Tito of "depositing his stolen wealth" in Swiss banks because "sooner or later he will have to flee 'the wrath of the people. Tito, the article -said, seeks to imitate Winston Churchill by try-' Ing to be a hunter, writer and chessmaster. AGENT SAYS SINGER IS DUE BACK IN U. 8. In New York, a representative for a singer who was born Zlnka Kunc said it was "ridiculous" that the woman--who became famed as .·Metropolitan opera Soprano Zlnka _ . . . ' ij t__ «« A w ^ r t r a n Theft Charge Reduced An 18-year-old Tucsonian who; was caught with a stolen car in Tempe early this month appeared in justice court today on a charge of grand theft. The charge was reduced to operating a motor vehicle without 'owner's consent and his trial was set for Nov. 17. The youth, Lew- Raizek, is accused of taking a car belonging to Edward and Naomi White, 4417J-. Jler-.n st. He and two other youths allegedly drove the car from -Tucson to Phoenix and were returning to Tucion when they were caught. \W. E. Davidson Heads State Insurance New officers of the Arizona As- Flesh replaces Albert O. Oshrin,]--^ president of the apartments, -whoj was appointed receiver Sept- 22 byj Stanley A. Jerman, referee in bank-; ruptcy. Oshrin's petition for bankruptcy was denied.ln federal court in Phoenix Monday. An order'was issued granting the MichiKan *tate em- sloves retirement fund permission :o proceed with a foreclosure, complaint filed in .Tucson the same day the bankruptcy petition .waa filed in Phoenix. OVERHEAD DOOR CO Mllanov--coula be spy T'jcson school board for the' Tucson high yearbook to be printed In Arkansas rather than ·by » local printing f i r m arc not veil founded. Principal C. A. Carion salt! today. In the first place, Carson pointed out, decision to have the 19oO| "Tuesontan" printed by the Hurley * . _ ' . * - . . I . " * ..Ij- tl/?lC dent, uuum-n "M.J «- - -- - t ti ' ministration to accept a local firm s bid If It was not more than 10 per cent higher than the lowest out of town bid. The Acme bid fa led by a long margin to fall into-this category Book Price I" Cut "We are just as anxious as any other organlzatior by ' to help Tucson business here an American The representative, Jack Adams, said, "she's only Interested in her music and her clothes." Adams said that Zlnka Milanov, 43, now married to General Ilich, had cabled him recently that she- hoped to return to this country about the end of this month and resume her. singing career. Tht| Metropolitan opera is interested In: her. 'he said, but wishes to audition | 'when he informed Mme. MHanov- sociation of Insurance Agents, elected at closing convention sessions in Tucson yesterday, are W. E. Davidson-of Tucson, president; Conner Johnson of Phoenix, vice-president; Frank Middleton of Phoenix, secretary-treasurer; and Kenneth Nehrir.g of Tucson, reelected state and national director. In a story yesterday, the Citizen named several of the new officers incorrectly One of Raizk's companions, John W. Gaston, 18, is being held for superior court action on grand theft charges. The third youth, 17 years old, was turned over to juvenile authorities. The charge against Raizk was reduced on motion of his attorney C. Wayne Clampltt. Asst. Countj Atty. James Howsare said he ac jcepted the reduced charge because there was no evidence that Raizk intended to keep the car. Raizk's Tucson address was given as '18 W. Aviation .dr^ Arizoni Mortiary, Inc , .TtllabU to ail _ Of HMBCUl CMdtttoB E. TOCUM, Dlroetor DtaJIMM ML*** JEFF D. JONES B O N D E D B R O K E R 96 8. BtoM Phom* 34M» «r Ftat MortfjtfW CoBtr*ct* Prirate IXMH Re-FtnaBciBf Diacout Paper LUi taswaat* LOANS REDWOOD Patio Walls V. ). GALLAGHER . The Michigan state fund holds mortgages of more than 5670,000 on the Tucson apartmept project, located on South Alvernon way. Flesh's bond was issued.by the American Bonding Co. of Baltimore, Md. It was expected that the hearing date for foreclosure proceedings ·will be set in Pima county superior court next Monday. Clawson Mortgage Co. 1020 PalM Rd. Dial M10J V.fLA. K1NANCWO ^ INSURANCE l l A i a l C PRIVATE HO AN) CONSTRUCTION D'lBCOUNT PAPKB ' her. I Ul..-iuii"»" M U I I - ^ V . ",,· -- · - " knalnf.e:! hV K C e O l n K OLISltlt-'sn l i c i t ; Y J H J J I ut * . - - « - " -; Printing Co. of C.mclen, Ark..was busing by, ars( P f M ..^^ in Belgrade of this, Adams said, she not made by the board. It was noi i ( v ^ Mgh aph nol students want to!replied that I m not fat ana can - ..., rcl - u W .' 1S I i'"'iVhp"hiEh school students want to i replied that -- . the board's decision to make be-jinc n^gii , for S3 or ]ess | stlll sln g." She has been singing at cause funds for the yearbook come se» ^" e · . . ...... from THS students and they made the printing decision themselves. $1,000 Saving _ T ^ c Hur icy company's price ln- Mcctlng with the school administration, the high school student council recently decided to sign a contract with the Hurley company when the Arkansas firm presented a low bid of $2,958 for the 1.200 printed. books which will be This bid, according to Carson, ·was over Si,000 lower than the one copy so acceptance' of t h e ' t h e Belgrade opera, he said. - - ' was the only way to She was bom Zlnka Kunc in lagreb, Yugoslavia, the Croatian to that level." chides everything -- lithographing, sewed binding, printing and shipping costs. Money to pay the yearbook bill comes from th« student body fund and frojm yearbook advertisers. A third bid of $3,500 on the job was offered by a printing firm In , , .Irthplacc of Marshal Tito. PHONK ' Contracting Powers Electric Shop 819 N. STEWART AVB. made by the Acme Printing Co. of , Tucson, only local firm to bid. The Acme company bid $4,000 on the job. · $15,000 Asked In Suit For Damageg A .115,000 damage suit was filed In the superior court clerk's office today against Mr. and Mrs. Richard IP. Knight, 4131 E, First st.. as the result o f ' a n automobile accident last Mnrch. The complaint was filed by'Mr. «nd 'Mrs. Hugh G. Hollenbeck, 292S N. 15th avc. They charge that negligent driving by Mrs. Pauline Knight caused the accident at East North street and North Santa Rita ·venue. Mrs. Knight allegedly ran Into the car driven by Hollenbeck whose wife was a passenger. Mrs Hollrnbeck nald she tuffcre'd lerl ous body Injuries. fmootft Awmy Discomfort of Chafed, Itchy Skin Yet. Iff ilmplc »chat I Bathe with mild Keiinol Soup, then ipread on medicated Reilnol, Wonderful how quickly and gently the wothini iniredienu in thi* tamoul ointment jive bliuful relief. I N S U R A N C E la All It* BnnchM (J. 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