Tucson Topics, 1930

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Tucson Topics, 1930 - Tucson Topics ; li Frank Tom Glbbingt, graduate...
Tucson Topics ; li Frank Tom Glbbingt, graduate second lieutenant In the cavalry reserve has received promotion to grade first lieutenant. He has been relieved from assignment with Troop F, S12th regiment, and is assigned to Troop I, tilth regiment. In accordance with orders received here from Col. O. W. Rethorst, acting unit Instructor for the 156tb cavalry brigade of the eighth corps area. R. J. Brooks, trainmen represen tative for the Pacific system of the Southern Pacific railway company, arrived yesterday In Tucson from San Francisco to confer with local railway brotherhood men. He will leave Wednesday morning for LI Paso, Tex. A special open meeting for all railway brotherhood men In Tucson will be conducted in suite 414 of the Consolidated building Tuesday morning- at 10 o'clock. Brooks will attend the regular meeting of trainmen, 7:30 Tuesday night, to speak before trainmen only. recently by the student year book. Ike Tracey will be chairman of the election board, which will Include two eo-eds, who will supervise the counting of the votes. Miss Jo MacDonald and Miss Elizabeth Donahue will be the feminine members of the board. No new records were made last night when a car driven by Robert Escoeosa of 1262 South Sixth street collided with street car No. 10 on South Fourth avenue between Fifteenth and Sixteenth streets. A usual, the automobile got the worst of it. Escoeosa's car, a sedan of well known make, sustained broken lights, a caved-ln radiator and other items of damage. The street car was slightly "nicked." Escoeosa, who was accompanied only by several pieces of furniture, piled In the tonneau of the car, was shaken up but uninjured. W. H. Wright, eastern naturalist spending a visit In Tucson, will speak before Boy Scouts tonight at 7:45 o'clock In the Ampitheatre school, five miles north of Tucson on the Prince road. The program, sponsored by Troop No. 13, of the Catalina council, is open to aa persons Interested, It has been announced. Albert D. Stetson, tfrstrict manager of Fox theatres, will address members of the Town and Gown club at a meeting to be held at 7:45 o'clock tonight at the home of Mrs. P. H. Ross, 48 East First street. The hostess will be assisted by Mrs. A. H. Condron. ' v Col. R. E. Klrkland and Maj. H. M. Hickman, staff officers at Washington, D, C, remained overnight in Tucson enroute to Mather field near Sacramento, Calif., where the army air corps Is active In spring maneuvers. H. F. Fales, driving a Stearman craft from El Paso to Santa Diego, halted at the city airport to refuel. Day patrolmen drunks yesterday. arrested two Firemen answered a false alarm at Euclid avenue and East Sixth street last night at 8:04 o'clock. A complaint had reached police earlier in the day which told of the burning of rubbish at the same place. Sheriff deputies were called to quell a quartet of fights early yes terday morning at Wetmore park. Jack Ratner, F. L. Sexton and Na than Pollock were arrested on charges of disturbing the peace, but were released later to appear this morning before Justice Edwin F. Jones. Deputies Fred Arnold, Jack Benton and L. H. Grimes answered tha call. Theft of an automobile from Stone and Broadway at noon yesterday was made to police and sheriff by A. E. DuBois. A. C. Ratcliff, Heidel Hotel, was arrested early yesterday morning by police on a charge of driving while drunk. According to police, Ratcliff was speeding down West Congress street when he passed the police car which gave chase. Rat cliff was overtaken on West More- land street in Menlo park. C. F. Emler, 30, of Denver, Colo., and Pearl R. Stump, 22, of Tucson were married last night by Fred W. Fickett, Pima judge of superior court, after Mrs. Lenna Burges, court clerk, had issued a late evening license. E. A. Brean of Emery Park, poultry colony south of Tucson, reported damage to his car yesterday when struck by an unidentified drlver'g auto at Broadway and Sixth. A co-ed contest to select Mr. Ari zona from amongst the junior and senior men on the campus will be begun this morning at the univer sity co-operative bookstore under the general direction of Howard Gordon. With only the women stu dents voting, the contest will par allel the Desert Queen contest held By Whatever assured workmanship No job Call ui HEARN Plumbing, Heating 220 N. 4th Ave. Tacdmm a 'world H UGH Walpole, in one the beauties of certain cities beautiful curve of Tacoma." You will understand what drive North a short distance beautiful promontory of Prospect a superb panorama of Below you vessels silently at your feet the tops of lawns vividly green and roses In the distance, a magnificent spacious mainland fringing the Olympic mountains marking great Puget Sound basin. To the southeast, filling Tacoma's busy mills and majestic mountain towering heavens. This is indeed a sight

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  1. Arizona Daily Star,
  2. 07 Apr 1930, Mon,
  3. Page 2

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