Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1950 · Page 6
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French Planes Bombing Reds SAIGON Indochina, Oct. 27. (if) ----· ·* --- '-- --7""r~ BAIL.V.I, iuu , , reported from the presidents -French warplanes .ranged along . Mexico'and Argentina^ f the north Indochina frontier yes-# n h h d th CadlUac gDe dal- Cohen 9 s Auto Up For Sale Millinery Class i ' ' -B-kl . t ' TT LOS ANGELES, Oct. 27: OJ.P)-- Gambler Mickey Cohen's $16,500 bullet-proof automobile was up for sale today and purchase nibbles OP NOBEL PRIZE --Dr. Edward C.-Keiulall, (left, aboTe), head of the biochemistry laboratory at the Mayo Clinic, Rocliestcr, Minn., and Dr. Philip S. Honch, (right, above), also or the Muyo Clinic were named as two of the,three joint winners of the Nobel Prize in Medicine for 1950. The prize went to the three scientists for their work on two hormones P roraisln {r relief to millions of sufferers from rheumatoid arthritis. The third scientist Tadeusz Reichstein (left) is .professor of chemistry at the University Basel, Switzerland. of Miners'Output Is More Than Double WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. (#·)--The bureau oMabor statistics reported today that the hourly output for each man in the nation's mines more than doubled between 1915 and 1950. Machinery and the growing trend toward digging coal, iron and even non-ferrous metals from open, pits or surface "strip" mines was chiefly responsible, the bureau said. In bituminous coal mining, 60 per 'cent of underground production was cut by machine in 1919. Last year, machines cut more than 90 per cent of the total output. 'Human Element' Seen Push Button War Block DETROIT, Oct 27. (If)--On account of the "human element." there will never be a real pushbutton war, says K. T. Keller. Chrysler Corp.'s president, newly named director of America's guided missile program, told interviewers yesterday: "You, juot can't get along without the human ..element." ; Of his government assignment Keller, said "the- military importance of guided missiles is fully appreciated" by the U. S. and it is felt that the program "should be expedited." · Keller, wh_p is 64, will retain his Chrysler post. However, Chrysler's board of directors is permitting him to, give as much time as he sees fit to the government work. Laud McNulty For Aid-To Vets National recognition of his work to find jobs for veterans has come to. Emmett T.. McNulty, veterans employment representative in the Tucson office of the state emplo3 r - ment service. McNulty, senior vice-commander of Tucson post 549 of the VFW, has been appointed by. Charles Rails, commander-in-chief of the Veterans of Foreign Wars, as vice-chairman of' the national- employment committee. McNulty, who is t serving Ms fourth consecutive term,._ as chairman of the 'VFW department employment committee, gained recognition for carrying out a VFW jobs- for-veterans program in co-opera-j tion with the state employment service. List Winners At Bridge Club Winners in the duplicate bridge games held last night at the Tucson Bridge club were announced today. ; · First place honors were won by Capt. Morrie Benson and Horace Brannen; second place by Dr. Ray Cooke and Frank Larned; and third place by Charles C. Adams and Mrs. Lee Downer. -Comm. M. E. Selby and , Mrs. Marie Austin were tied for fourth place honors with Capt. E. J. Baceski and Mrs. Frank Larned. The next regular duplicate game will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:45 at club headquarters, 1339 E. Prince rd. U1U HUA WI AI*WWI******«, ·" w*j.v*»-i j ---- terday, trying to disrupt the Communist-led Vletminh o f f e n s i v e , which already has cleared French posts from 400 miles of the Chinese border. * , Vietminh troops menacing the Isolated French citadel'of Laokay on the northwest frontier were strafed and bombed. French air. craft blasted Vietminh concentrations east of the big French post which is girding itself for an-apparently imminent enemy onslaught. The air-force ..continued to pound the recently evacuated frontier fortress headquarters town o£ Langson. A French- military spokesman said planes yesterday destroyed the power plant of the city which French.troops abandoned 10 days ago. Air attacks also 'continued on supply dumps left behind in the Langson area by the hastily withdrawing French garrison. The French had already claimed destruction of munition and gasoline dumps. Remaining food stockpiles were the objective of the fresh air strikes. Another major frontier post recently evacuated by the French Caobang, also was .bombarded by the French air arm. The military spokesman said ^violent explosions rocked the town, and left- fires. Vietminh troops massing for.the next'phase of their offensive on the, new '100-mile frontier defense line between Dinhlap and Moncay on. the gulf of. Tonkin also came under air attack. Vietminh assembly areas 'were bombed and strafed by fighter planes and improvised Junker bombers north of the two terminal posts of the new defense line. The French air offensive was in keeping with General Alphons Juin's declaration Wednesday thr the-French air force will play more important role in the Ind china war. The senior French gen eral who returned yesterday t Paris after surveying the militar situatiort said French planes wou) Cohea had the Cadillac special- v constructed after several at- empts were made on his life. The state,/ however, refused to give him a permit to operate the car. Burt Chalmers, who remodeled the auto, - said, the $16,500 asking jrice was about $3,500 under the narket. He said cars made for the "White House cost about $20,COO and are not as bullet-proof ss Cohen's. ' Representatives .. Aleman of Mexico and President Peron. of Argentina have Indicat-' ed interest in the car, he said. 53SS fanned": Here i. -LiHiCi coii m nic \,ai r iic BCIAII* *» »»»*«^iTM. 1/ ---»-.-,-- .. -- -Cohen's car is quipped with * Tucso^Adult_ Evening high a 7 ° piercing bullets shot from hand weapons;, Chalmers said. It has bullet-proof glass two inches thick and bullet-proof tires. Classes'will be held twice a week forilx weeks. Miss Sarah G. Travis wffl "be. the instructor, 'Reblocking and remodeling of old' GIVES'THEM THE BIRD DENTON, Tex. (U.B--R. A. Sapp t who raises canaries and other birds for sale, turned to a parrot for help after 30 of his yellow -warblers disappeared. Sapp taught the bird to holler: "Police." Gibson's A Diamond^Eight outshines \. them all! .", ~' JL. V^-tior along the frontier. FOLD'S AT YOUR GROCERS ...because of Diamond-Blending. Diamond-Blending.is the 100-yeir old art of whiskey-mellowing (known only to Gibson's) that · creates the gem-like brilliance of Gibson's Diamond 8...and gives you lighter, brighter drinki of finer flavor... diamond dear! Gibiorif Diamond 8 Blended Whiskey. 86 proof. 65% Grain Neutral Spirit}. Gibson Distillers, Inc* NtwYork, N.Y. . 'A millinery course will be held felt hat* will b« the first step. Students will "also try their skill with fabrics In making an original hat. Next, draping of veils will be" on the crowded class calendar. ..Registrations are now being accepted by the night school registrar located in the Vocational building. The registration fee is $5 and pupils must furnish their own materials. Iv.nlm.'Oet. «7, 1*»' DR. R. H. FEDERHAR . . . Optomelrttt . . . T44 N. Country Clnb-M. 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