Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 19, 1949 · Page 5
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Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, May 19, 1949
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Olln College FM Station Ii OknveilyFCC IP, l («!' n y; '¥hftk"l»»fl nnly, HMli iff V M'fMH* mill 1 MiilHU hM»IW" rf IV,, fllf ·U Ht Hi tM«r*»ltt* MM fill fin *lin*HH« li' h.V *M« HMllK' «·»««».«, , W l f l V M IM 'Kbit i.«wwl««l«ti i" 1 """' ««i'l |l « t J *·« mmnrtl wlfhin Hit tlrtv*, f«vm"«M Om W.MtMtW''lli|HH«lH Ht H MltrlM tvtm |iHt|»«"il Hltll- Ht" Bnlnl Literary Winners At University Of Ariz aim Ba6y ' r Sttir, facing Sentence for PHOENIX,; May ;l9i ' (U. thy 'Tabor, 20, 'will .be sentenced May 31 pn^'a charge of taking $280 In cash'and clothing from- a' home where' she', was 'employed' as a baby-sitter.. ; -:·. . ' ' !»»Hf ; t't»(t r-(*IIIHllii«i|im ·Wl'l It firtttm tit Hi* iHM'Wrt »' wj«Hli*ln. HHiln MM** IW«H* wmiwMiiWM, 1 AtttMflllM, TM, In Ilio llnli'd Illcrury conleil ·! Ilii liiilvcrnlly nf Arlnottn Arc roiigrnluUlcd hv |l|ilv«r«iiy I'rwihlriil J. Hyron McCor- (Hick (i'l«hl) wlillr DC, Mrlvln T, Solve ( M l ) i *"'« l1 »' ' ll « '''"H"?' 1 ' lfl| ? rl v l «,'J, 1 ' look. MI., .Wlniirr/i nn (l«-fl i» rlglil) Wl - !». iMrlliiii'M. .'ii'1.1 K. hili-mownl, thlnl- ,.i.«v winner In the abort story contest; Edwin M, Hunt of Norfolk, Va., third prize in the essay contest! Kay Wilson of Polo YillNKC, second prize, ahort slory; Alejan- dro'ftouc« of Manila, first place in short Moi-v and iccond in essay; aucl Joseph Ong of Phoenix, itecoml place, e»»ay. Th§ .·woman, .arrested. last la;'TexaB,; pleaded v guilty 'before Marlcopa 'ICbuntyi v Superlor; Judg* Rent t. ; Jennings./She^'wag ''charged with taking^ .the money and articles ; fro?n.tlie.home ,qf : Mr,jand MrsA'Jukn 1 Mafcula ; .Apn .22.,while caring for their .two-and-a-half- ·car-old 'daughter. . . '.. Future ft A Students : Make Campus Tour 1 Some.! 35',-candidates for degrees at the. University of. 'Arizona.; claiss of I960,",' got an idea' of · -what' to expect- of'^college, HEe -when', they visited the campus Wednesday. ..Fifth:grade students of tile Clin- f UTBdU ,: Tliiir»d«y Ivinlni ton .B. iRose^elementtty^ ·chool made .the ; toury? guldedv'fiyr. their.; teacher;'.Miss- Carol^Sto'iie., ·'Vl«ii; were.'·'.wade' : tor :yarloiw;Ve«mpus buildings," 'with; «nle5tttnS.ye'--.ttlp , tlirough the museum. .'" 1 75 Join Group To Fight Theater Site H5 purwna living in the area around Y u m a Fliers To Try Again pl roftrtwuy AIM! North Tucwn boulevard, formed Odd. Fellow* SlHi-l Lodge At W** w n night to oppose the construction of propoiiwl lriv«-Jn thontcr on Tucson blvd, just south with Broadway. Norman B. Gardiner Jr. ,u (0 Hi" tin- who iiM lm ,,,,,,., HI ilntf loniilon, wim ililMIWltPlIt ctlUll'IHillt, HIUl! ,, e n« 1'niniiiUtfi.' WIDI » P ' HIP YUMA,' ArizTUny 19. . durnnco Fliers Bob Wooclhouse and \Vo6cly Jongcwai'd .'prepared .. Thurs- finy fpi 1 .their third 'assault-on ^ the newly set. world's 1 record'- for, 1 continuous hours in the air;.- *" Thwarted In two earlier tries, the pilots ·' saltl ' they might 'take off again this week: end if repairs to their, plnne. arc finished,. . . Wooclhouse nnd Jongeward stayed UiulcMlooil iliero wns some conskl- ,,,,,74 ]_, ours ,..| n .' their first flight - ------- ·' '----'·- -- - · --~i- -~« , ((l(ull 'Uc motion \\w wimm ilee iffii'«'i"»'«tmi)ii | ii ifliiile J ifcnn ni will wti»i'« the meet \VlJK (IUWlllWF IW I'ltllll'IHIUIt Otllef , o'Mltlly, Kl CfVomlOilm otihn-y rum ni.i jmnw , 'Jtl'JIt K, Hll'hUoWl tUM Ml'rt, W, Htn'flMfi', l!l» NoclU Tuwon Ai'tiun- f.tni"ii. awa «- ' »lr.| William HIifiMijHii, Hi', M»Wl« M. Ninth uml Hotf Mi'OoU.«i. WtiK iMtttt«t HH«I f ft t«M c»itiml»*f. Mbwuitfe wiw Itttol'llry (of the ««imty K, Kl«luh .i wn* iioittlnRled foi- ivt'iv If It ITHt ilVlli UHl'llllt i to moving the theater i ihc 22nd Hired locution. M«y Knil In Court In «ii*\\w lo H (itinsilon, Howunrc unlit Ihnt ilio jxroup could ask the court foe «n Injunction order, on the KI'OUIKIK of the thentci* being a publlu nulxHncc'. Ho recommended that the petition* Hlmndy nlgnod bo fllc'd. with (ho boni'd of Mipoi'vlHorH K» n^i lm (Mention of thv pi'oicxt, TIo snkl he Imd (won ndvlxud by Supervisor J, Momvr Hoyd'thnt It would bo nt several weeks ago. A week ago, they were forced d o w n ' a f t e r .]So hours'aloft in their plane, the'City of Yuma, Bill BniTis HIK! Dick Riedol, Pul- Icrlon, Calif., filers, landed in April after setting n'1,,008-hour endurance record. 'cnut -19 nficc June 38 before county xonlng could nctunlly be put Into offvct. The law IH effective lim« IS, but n xonlng board must « .iippolnlMl nnd henrlngn on xon- njr held, _ SUMMER LAWNS WR I'MNT TIIKM - For - Pfrllllwri unit Crmi Serrti - Dl»l M311 Tucion Fertilizer Co. 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