Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 29, 1952 · Page 18
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 18

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, October 29, 1952
Page 18
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Long-Time Freight Hauler, 81, Dies · PHOENIX--VP--John Christian Sladsen, 81, who operated a freight line between Globe and! Willed* many years, -died at his home here Monday. He came to the Arizona territory in a covered wagon at the age of 13. VOTE 312 YES [x] Fair Labor Practices E. D. Moore, Arthur Fisher, Rodney Partin, Ray Smith, Dale Brown--Phoenix. Texas Drought Stops Baptisms DALLAS, Tex.--U.»--Dr; W. A. Criswell told his First Baptist church 'congregation he would like, to put off all baptisms ^until Dallas' severe water shortage ends. In case of an emergency, he added, "we have an ace in the hole." He referred to an uuder- ground stream near the church. Zemo Helps Heal and Clear ITCHY SKIN RASHF First application* of Zemo--a doctor 1 * antiseptic--promptly relieve itching ol surface ikin and Kalp irritations. Zemo ·top* scratching and *o aids fatter healing and clearing of irritated akral wo con inttall tbt Wendtrfti! WATER CONDITION! sold by Installed and Guaranteed! { 719 E Broadway Phone 3-3772 ' THISWU Aim At Repeal Of Retirement* FHOENEt-Cff)--A special committee to: campaign for repeal of the public employe! retirement act of 19*5 has been formed, it was announced today. Warner B.^MatOce; Ptma, president ' of the Arizona senate, was namedI as ·resident of the organization, -to be known u the committee for state employer*' security. · .Other officers are Raymond G. Langham, Globe, vice-president; John R. Franks, Prescott, secretary-, and Joftn B. Mills, Phoenix, treasurer. · · · - . . , - . · . Committee members are Kline A.. Abels, Douglas; Henry G: Boice, Tucson; Stanley W. Coon; Duncan; A M. Crawford, Prescott; Sam Seaney, Tucson; and Charles F. Yates, Bisbee. BOSS F. JONES ROLLINGS MOTOR COMPANY 318 B. BROADWAY PHONE 34137 ~ JP...J.. .*·.·.., ! VOTE THIS BALLOT FOR GOOD PERFORMANCE! You're The Winner - This: Winter! Cheng* to Winter Grade Oil for Easy Starts | Check Tranimluion and ' Differential for Correct · Lubricants | Thorough Test of Brak« and Steering Fluih end Clean Cooling ' Syittm--Add Anti-rra«x« i Complete Check of Entire Electrical Syrt»m m Tun* Engtni for Faitw Starti and Top Economy rj Lubricate Cheiiit and Wh««l Bearings r-i Check Hcatar and D*. *~^ frwt»r for Your Comfort g n Creis-SwItch all Tlrw... Check for Wear and Safety Ross Jones Bases Candidacy On Record And Background By JAMES COOPER "I am a candidate on my own record and background and not on the record' or background of anyone else." Those are the words of Ross F. Jones, Republican candidate for attorney general, who certainly had an opportunity to use the backgrounds of those opposing him. But Jones s a direct and positive nfan. He background of his own that even under the ias no flaws microscope. He'was born at LeRoy, Kansas in 1900. He received his masters and LLB degrees from, the University of Kansas City and then set upon a thorough law career. HE TAUGK1' corporation law and contracts .for five .years fbl- owing his graduation. ; Later, he iractieed law in Kansas City and erved as assistant prosecuting at- orney under that city's last Re- jublican prosecutor. Like so many Arizona citizens, Jones came here because. of the joor health of a member of his amily--that of his daughter. He resided in Tucson a year nd made a connection' with the aw firm of , Fennemore, Craig, Allen and Sledsoe, of Phoenix. Ms family : moved to Phoenix, where Jones was associated with ·^sss«ss=«sasss RO DIG'S Tucson Optical Service · Dispensing Quality Glasses at Fair Price* 70? Toller Natl Bid*. Ph. 3-1071 Veteran Fighter Pilot HeaJ? State Nary Post LrTCESTELD PARK-- OF) -- Crudr. William F. Dean, 41, veteran nairy fighter pilot and air group commander, took command of^tbe IJtchfield Park naval air faculty today. He succeeds Capt G. S. Cole^ man,' 41, who. .trill become conv Vmm fcrtu CtRm W««i»««e»y Iv.nlne. Ort»«r ». MM mandlng officer of the USS Jupfc ter, aviation'supply ship. Nor. ia. Apache Registers 1,1 58 GOP; 3,023 Demos - - -- che county has 3,023 Democrats registered fer the Nov. 4 general election anH 1,158 Republicans, the county. recorder's office announced today. There are also 35 persons registered as Independents and 64 as nonparttsans. The highest registration -was reported frOm ; St. Johns. It had 1S5 voters 'and McNary folMwed with 179. ..Greer was the smallest of ·the towns with 40. _ A big boost in, registrations on the Navajo reservation was noted. A total of 768 Indians are now qualif led -to cast ballots. OCfiT W6ER MUFFLERS TUP ^AG/C / / / \ BOTTOM or THE BOWL? BOWLFUL!",# ' V fntun tt OMOftl FaixV tof,. Ownl F«wk C"» the firm for two and one-half years. HE WAS ENGAGED in private law practice in Phoenix at the outbreak of World War II. As a volunteers reserve, Jone* entered the army in 1942. . During three years of service, Jones was head of the army military law department at Miami Beach, Fla., a teacher of military law at the Harvard graduate school of business administration, and an instructor at the cadeis school at Massachusetts Institute of Technology. For his work, Jone* was awarded the legion of merit, third ranking medal for non-combat service. After discharge from the *rmy, Jones returned to Phpenix, where he purchased half interest-in the College of Commerce. He taught law and served as president of the school for five years. JjASI YEAR, fee resumed the private practice of. law and is head of the Fboenix firm of Jones, Henderson, and Trew. He is anj expert at corporation law, at ad-[ ministration, and has a thorough? knowledge of all legal processes, To use his words: · . "The attorney general'/! primary duty is to serv« ill th» officers, departments, commissions and bureaus of the state government In a legal capacity. It sounds' simple--actually it it « monstrous task requiring upwards of 15 legal assistants. I am very well qualified for that posttilon." The spark .which Ignited the flame of public rijcognltton for Jones was chipped by the Morrison-Wilson accusations and counter-accusations, j ' - . - · - , Pima County, Atty. Robert Morrison was opposing incumbent; Atty. Gen. Fred 0. Wilson for the Democratic nomination "for the office. The preprimary charges burled back and forth'are yet to be resolved in icowrt. FROM -CHAT campaign, curiosity aa to Jones, the Republican candidate, flamed.. The somewhat shy but easy-smiling man Became a much sought-after state figure. Throughout the .tour of; the -Republican caravan, which has visited every community of the state, voters met and .talked with Jones. He has told them of his qualifications. - He has never mentioned the Morrison-Wilson affair. Jones made a-promise to the i-oters--to conduct a vigorous campaign on his own merits. He has kept that promise. (fpsef Sfemacii ··tHwf Fen WHh fwmiita« In htrdlr «»r tin* at ·!!,' ftrt scU w ·xillm, Yt», Tjicky Lager tlvnyn tastes better, ftw R'» always pxoperly ag«L And you can «ee th« age-date stamped on evei-y Lucky Lager label Ifs your assurance that Lucky Lager has the same smoother, more refreahing flavor month after month! Better buy Jjucky Lager7 ANNOUNCING forl953 : ' - ' -' - ·x · ' ' " . . , THE MOST BEAUTIFUL CHRYSLERS EVER DESIGNED A practical method of .making the anti-arthritis hormone cortisone, from a wild Mexican root, Instead oj: ox bile as necessary now, promises to make this wonder drug more plentiful in the future. 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