Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1950 · Page 7
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 7

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, October 27, 1950
Page 7
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--Photo by Reccie Rus»ell THE WALKER BROTHERS proudly display two deer they bagged during the recent hunt in Tucson Mountain, Park . . . both animals brought down with the same gun. Vernon Walker, left, age 12, shot his deer on Monday and his brother, Ronald, 14, bagged" his on Wednesday. .They used .the gun shown in-photo. They,.reside at 3227 E. Glenn ave., i n Tucson. ~ · ' · · : · · Police Trainin School Patrols ' Storm LasHes SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 27. (U.B-- A Howling gale, one of the most violent to hit the-Pacific coast in years, left a trail of uprooted trees, power poles and shattered glass today as it moved on Tatoosh Island, Wash., with winds of more than 60 miles an hour. While storm warnings flew up and down the coast, the weather buresfti warned that-a nEWT-storm was in the making 800 miles west of Vancouver. It was expected to bring 'more"-.rain' and, "vigorous" winds tonight. " The storm buffeting the Pacific northwest, and northern-California today cost two lives and minor juries to scores of others. · However, in most cases, damage was nominal but widespread! Throughout the states of Washington, -Oregon ' and California, power and telephone poles ;were down, trees blocked streets' ··and highways, windows were smashed, roads.were flooded-:and traffic was delayed. . · ; California, from Santa Barbara to the Oregon border, suffered the brunt of the storm yesterday "'and by last night its full fury' reached Oregon and Washington. Early today, reports of injuries and damage were slowly 1 being -assembled as -best as faulty, communications would permit. Telephone, telegraph and teletype service was Frldiy Ivinlni, Oct. Xt, 1958 O a S t Miss Merry Christmas * Will Reign At Window ' WINSLOW/Oct, 27. (£)--A"' Merry Christmas will reiga the 'annual Christmas parade here Nov. 25. ' Each class of* Wlnslow high school -will nominatei a candidate. A vdte may be cast with the donation of a can or package of food for Christmas- basket*.. Sj^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^i^^-^"-^-HOME BUILDERS ATTENTION! You vrfil find a COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF PLUMBING Richard Hudnut ELECTRICAL HARDWARE Supplies to fit your need* and pocketbook This Week'* Special! 16x18 1AVATORY - ' f A4SO CABINET (Um;quan.) *W Open Sundays--8:30 to 1 p.m. Southwestern Builders Supply Co. 1431 S. Sixth Ave. Ph. 2-2715 Members of the school'patrol are receiving. on-the-spot;training by city police officers in their duties and Instruction about gathering evidence of school zone violations by motorists, Police Chief .Don J. Hay's announced today. Under a program approved by Hays-and Capt. Frank Keefe, traffic division head, Police "Traffic Officer-T. P. Alcenberger ·and Charles'Dletz,Aboard of education supervisor of the school patrol, have visited 17 schools this week, and plan to visit others .in the -Tucson area. As a result of their Instruction, the school patrol has already yielded information that led to the of two motorists in the district, the police chief citation Carrlllo ·aid.. ' While the boys and girls are. told to gather information about violations and to take down descriptions of cars and drivers, including the license numbers, the school patrol reports are carefully screened before any action is'taken. ' · :'. First the school" sponsor of the patrol-investigates to see/'if .the ' violation -was* serious, and In ^eri 1 ous cases notifies the police. If the traffic division finds the case .serious, the motorist concerned is questioned. Then, if circumstances seera to warrant it; a cltatioa'- Is Issued. However, citations are a small part of the school patrol's work, for violations are x relatively few. The principal objective in'the on- the-spot ', training was to see that the boys and girls practlce ; a uniform system throughout the city, BO that the great majority of motorists who respect the school rone's won't be confused or delayed. And that the children get ·a'fetly across the street. '· Dletz and Altenberger took the boys and girls to the intersections and showed them how to use their yellow "stop"" flags, and empha- sized'again that each member of the patrol must stay on the curb while directing traffic of children. across the streets. · Where additional equipment was needed, it was distributed. The equipment is paid for by the Lions club, city sponsor of the school patrols. Schools so far visited included Carrillo, Drachman, Miles, S a m Hughes, Mansfeld Jr., Roskruge Junior, Safford Junior, All Saints Immaculate Heart Academy,. Unt ·versity Heights, SS Peter Paul Jefferson Park, Roosevelt, Davis Menlo :Park, Dunbar Junior, and Elizabeth Borton. Dietz, ,who founded , the · ·first *chool patrol In. Tucson -at Safford school; will, work out a scnedule of visits to the'other schools. Alleged Chinese Red Spy, Chen, Executed TAEPEI, Formosa, Oct. 27. (/P)-Chinese Nationalists today .-executed «n alleged Red China spy..Identified as Chen Chin-yao, 24, Mothers'Unit Sets Halloween Party The SS. Peter Paul Catholic elementary school Mothers' club will sponsor a 'Halloween party from 7:30 to 10 p.m. today for seventh and eighth graded pupils in .the church recreation hall. There will be dancing,.games and Te- freshments. Meetings of the Mothers' club of Our Lady's sodality are held at 2 p.m. the .second Wednesday of each month. Rev. : Francis : T Green,- pastor of the church, spiritual, adviser for the .group. · Mrs." J, B. Favara is chairman of the club; Mrs.·'· Frank 'Geddes, vice- chairman;. Mrs. R. H. Tornquist, secretary; and Mrs. Oswin Wheeler, treasurer. EASY! Serve mellow, r .STRAIGHT, AMERICAN ^ -- m* wmmufvarw^m. r ~^ m. 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