Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1950 · Page 4
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Pv/e Outlines Plan For State ·/ - ' . . . ' - . ' " , ' ' Declaring that he ias very deft odious duties the next governor ._ u«-- i-- -,,..!,,!-,, ,,* A,W«^O'» mug) . p er f on }j. ,, · "1, am" going to relieve her of some of those odious responsibil itles that-go with being the governor of -the state," he asserted. "I would-not want my wife, sister or tnother'to have to .experience those things." ,- nite ideas for .revision of Arizona's tax structure as an aid for. developing industry already here and encouraging new industry'to locate in the state, Howard Pyle, Republican candidate v for governor, again struck out "at the o'ne-party-rule of Arizona .during three talks yesterday in Tucson. He spoke first to the "Democrats for Pyle" luncheon, then a' the.L. A. Romine ranch wBere the Plrria county Women's Republican club" gave 'a tea, and last at the CHOSAN, THREE MILES from Yalutiver toundary, ·was reached by ROK Sixth Division in drive from Kojang. Patrols of this iorce were sent to the Yalu. Unconfirmed reports said elements of Sixth Division were under attack by Chinese Communists at Onjong (underlined). Oil east coast, 50,000 marines and U.. S. infantrymen landed at Wongan, were expected to move north and west (broken arrows). South Korean Capital division, 110 miles to north on Wonsan, was 40 miles south of Songjin (underlined). Another South Korean division, fanning westward from Pukchorig, wag also moving ahead. Other Allied forces neared Chongju, far to the west. Later, at a University club dinner powerful - controlling interests Mrs. Frohmiller To Speak Here Mrs. Ana Frohmiller, Democratic candidate for governor, was on her way to Tucson for a rally in the high school auditorium, at 8 .p-ip tonight after charging in: the Lowell women's club'building last ; nigh that the Republicans are" misrepresenting the function, of the state's financial code. The candidate was to arrive late this afternoon in Tucson With ' after a stop at -Benson will be U.S. Sen. Carl her Hayden Congressman Harold-A. Patten anc other state, candidates who' wil appear at the; rally. Hayden and Patten will speak,' -.' Mrs. Frohmiller; now state audl tor, declared that while the Repub Jican candidate for governor has asserted that the financial code is responsible for high taxes, the code actually has nothing to do with taxes. It is solely a budgetary control law. i "I helped draw this law in 1943, and it has nothing to .do with taxes. It covers the control of money after It is appropriated by the .legislature," she explained, adding. that it is the legislature's responsibility as t'o how much state money is to be spent,.. Prior to the,, rally, attended about. 600, Mrs. Frohmiller. made a radio address in which she again promised to fulfill her primary campaign promises. A PRISONER WHO HAD ES- caped from^Mt...-Lemmon 'federal prison camp is being hunted today by local law. officers. He is Pablo Vasquez Garcia, : 23, who was sery- ing a term 'for illegal entry Into the U. S. from Mexico. The fugitive was described by the weighing 170 pounds, 5 FBI feet inches tall, and having black, hair, brown eyes, a pock marked face. Garcia walked out of. the camp at S p.m. yesterday, wearing a blue chambr'ay shirt and pants. The rewards offered, were S50 for his cap- Juarez/ Mexico, a five-minuti streetcar ..ride from- downtown' E Paso, is'now the'seventh larges city in Mexico.-: A' recent ,censu sho ws the- population to be 121,761 L WISE MAN AGREES I had concluded my, .presentation of Pre-need Funeral; Plan; h»-'-had seen our- drawing room and-church like chapels,' our: 'display .room where 1 he had lingered over a high ly .polished mahogany case, sat in reverie in one of our five slumber room's, admired The thoughtfulness of inside parking and absence of external noise: everywhere to the building.- The' ' lines . · of his · ..face seemed to etch themselves deeper as he, sat thinking, his eyes me mine" and he, said, "You have the most. beautiful establishment I have ever\seen. Your prices are'reason able. I wish to use that mahogany casket : and please let , me . rest awhile in. that gracious slumber room; 'if is like our guest room at lome." He stopped, seemed undecided as to how to express himself, hen continued, ."I. am doing this tor the infinite love I hold for my ·hildren, all that Is -left -of my amily." To anticipate the inevitable Is to make life smoother for those you ove the most Call Mr. Bring, ture and $10 for Information lead- 3-471S/ now, .set a timt to discuss Ing to his arrest.' " this vital subject - --Adv. University club meeting at the Santa Rita" hotel, last night He also^asserted that "sometime when I feel real sweaty I will talk about' the industrial ^commission," and charged that this state and ha:ion is being "politifced to "-death." He intends to remove not only the board of ,regents, but every other agency possible, from thejrealm-of politics.-"The,board of regents of :he university arid colleges, in particular," should be entirely; out of politics, and I assure you' that if elected.the statement of.one Tuc- sonlan that there are some poEtical debts to be paid by appointments to the board will not come true," he "asserted. Turning to a lighter veto, Pyle' laughingly declared at the tea that] hfj' ; thmks.his opponent should not; 3e elected .^because- of some' very the Santa Rita hotel Pyle told his audience to' "look for a. surprise" in the"November election. "I think' you are going to be amazed at.the outcome of this election;" he said. "This is a battle to the finish." He said the Republican party wants to "restore political freedom" to the state through a return to the "two-party system." Pyle then reviewed "what we tion'''"of things that make leaners out of.everybody In America." "'· . Pyle 'said , these groups are -"de- stand for in the United States." t)uring the, last war, he- said, we enjoyed a measure of unity, but after the .'war "we returned to our E troying'*th"e' competitive seUish toterests." Such Interests, he ^^^^^^^ f - fie ent£r . ; f °TML°n Pri**. ^tem work In the United States." - ..' ,, . ·-' "As ' voters," Pyle,, said, "forget today., , , ^, In ' Arizona, he said, "the most about" your jo'litics long enough,-to the state have allowed themselves, with the Republicans out of pbwer, to jnove around and take over the Democratic party." themselves with the party that stands for "socialized medicine, the 3rannan plan and a whole 'collec- atmos- about, Arizona. -When -you see'that billboard that tells j you to vote the straight Democratic ticket, resent it. -, ^ 'J , · "Vote a thoughtful, considerate , These taterests, he said, while vote," he concluded, "for the best interests of Arizona." they "stand up for free enterprise" actually are participating in the 'flow toward socialism and communism in .America" by allying acid foods to test their condition. Never taste .home-canned'.-non- Even a taste of "spoilage" can cause serious illness, so be sure to boil them first before eating. | Qltllrrn Frldiy Iv^lna, Oct. V, H5CV City Brifefs FRIDAY : 8 p.in.--Congregation Anshel Israel will 1 resume late FrlSay night services. As 'nn Innovation which henceforth, will become a part of the services) Cantor Man- "rlce Faliow will bo assisted by a choir. Dr. | Marcus Breger, spiritual, leader of.-the congregation, will -talk on "Jewish Prophecy and U.N." '8 pnn.--VFW Auxiliary, "post 549, will hold a benefit card party. in VFW ballroom, 124 E. Broad, way.--Proceeds will be used, lor Christmas celebration! at Vet-' cran's hospital. The public Is urged to attend. ' About [ NATUROPATHY and its Practitioners: for lervlce* of · NATUROPATHIC PHTSICIAN consult your classified phon* book or writ* to Pima County Naturopathic . Phyticlaru Society' P.O. Box 2344, Tucson, Ant OVERHEARD IN ST. LOUIS /^IDYOUSAV ' PETRIWINE? ISWHDS WONDERFUL! 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