Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1950 · Page 13
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 13

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, October 27, 1950
Page 13
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Merle J. Tourney \, Tourney Asks School Post Merle J. Tourney of 5955 .S. : Sixth , avenue has announced his 'candl- rdacy for the position' of trustee on the 'school, board of the Sunnyside school district, subject to the annual school board .election morrow, Oct. 2S. to- Tourney is seeking to unseat C. .L. Tanner,-current president of the Sunnyslde school board, who has , held the office for several terms. Coming to Tucson eight years ago from Dayton, Ohio, where he was manager of a cherrjlcal plant, Tourney entered the garage business and today is co-owner of the Tucson Auto Repair, S47 S. Sixth avenue. He Is a .property owner in the Sunnyside school district and is the father of four boys. If elected to the post of trustee, Tourney promises to work and co-operate with the board in providing a businesslike administration for the large , southslde school district. He added . that he would Insist- on a well' rounded program of education and other activities, based on a work' able budget. Baptists End Annual Parley The Southern Baptists ended · their annual state convention here ' yesterday by adopting a resolution ; opposing an initiative in the Nov. 7 election ' providing for legalized ;' gambling in this state. . The convention went on record ','· as favoring the local option initiative. Members were urged to vote ·· yes for 306 and no for 303. ·· Rev. Roy F. Button, Phoenix, was! : elected president and was named to-give the annual sermon at the 1951 convention to be held at Globe; Rev, S. M. White, Yuma, was elec- . ted vice-president and W. Barry Gairett, Phoenix, clerk of the convention and editor of the state publication. Will Howell, pastor, pro tern of the Tucson .First Soxithern Baptist church, was named a member of ',- the board of trustees of'Grand Can- ·'· yon coliegfe at Prescc-tt. The con'; ventlon was held at the local church. / Tucsonians elected to various other boards were Lawrence Hlckey, executive board; J. "W, , Chappell,' Eugene Slone and. J. V. .Cook, Arizona Bapflst foundation. ', The convention was'attended by '; delegates and visitors from 56 churches, Nazarene Boys Clubs To Meet Nazarene .boys clubs throughout Arizona. will gather at 10 a.m. tomorrow at Rendezvous park, Mesa, for their fall jamboree, ' Rev, Glenn Roberson, Glendale, »tato director of the Indian Brave »nd Trallblazer club program of the Church of the Nazarene, expects. 100 boys between the ages of nine and 17. to attend the event. A loving cup will go to the club winning the' most points in several; athletic contests. The Glendale club has won the cup for the past two years and can take permanent possession by winning this year. A group of boys from the Northside church of the Nazarene will go to the jamboree with the pastor. Rev. Floyd T. Smtih, and Rev. E. E, Orton, evangelist from Prescott, who will serve as chef for the boys. Rev; Hugh Jordan, pastor o the Naaarene church at Chandler will bring a gospel message t the boys at 3 p.m. in the Mes church. ' OOP's Big Handicap Is Failure Future Needs Bank To Open New Offices G L f\f ^ « . d -. i To Attract Young First Voters By GEOBGE GALLI3P Director, American Institute Of Public Opinion PRINCETON, N.J, Oct. 27.--One -of the greatest handicaps of the Republican party tliis year, as in previous'years, has been the failure to,attract young voters or "new blood" into its,ranks. It is debatable whether the Republicans can ever again become the majority party, un- A complete picture of future city .needs, including" additional less they are-able to reverse the trend of youth toward the Democratic party, Here is the voting pattern by age in the comirig-'congressional election yss · Indicated in cross-section surveys, by 'the, American Institute of Public Opinion. 'If 'the elections' for :'Cofigres were behing held today, .whicl party would you' like'to see wi: in this state --.. the Democrat! party or the-Republican'party?." 21-29 years Democratic, ..50% Republican'..30 · Undecided ..,.20.-. 30-40 years 43% 41 . · ··16.;. : 50 year 39% 49 12 100% 100%. ': 100% Views Of First Voters The Democratic advantage witt youth is. even more dramatical! shown' by statistics on the part preference of "first voters." Ever year .approximately 2,300,000 me, and women attain voting age. This army of young first voter gravitates toward the Democrat! party in a ratio of 2 to 1 outsid the' south, '.and in the south' th ratiq Is even higher. This spring, just before the kick off of the 1950 congressional cam paign, -the institute conducted a survey among the .men and. tht women who had come-of voting ag since ; 1948 and were therefore eligible,to cast their first vot this -November. A representative cross-section was selected for interviewing ant this question was put to them: "In politics, as of today, do you consider yourself 'a Republican Democrat, Progressive or Inde- perident?" Here -is how first voters out side the traditionally Democratic south classify -themselves: Democrats, lead Republican 21% "Democratic 43 Progressive 2 Independent 29 Others don't know; 5 100% The very great importance of the young vote is evidenced by the fact that during the four-year pejlpa 'b'etween recent presidential elections, a total'of approximately 9,200,000. came of voting age. The proportion of young people who participate in« elections is : smaller the young group is nevertheless a "sizable factor .in ,any election. The Democratic leanings of the young are not'a new factor in the, political situation. Young voters nave been,pro-Democratic since the early days of the New .Deal. In fact, since 1936 more than' 25,000,000 people have joined the electorate with. an- initial party preference overwhelmingly 'Democratic. · . " water'Sources, new quarters-"ton the police department, city incinerator, new fire .station- and de= velppment of city parks, was paint- ed'yesterday for .members-of '^the 3ear Estate Board of Tucson by Phil J.' Martin, Jr., city manager. Arisonian Elected To 'Route 89 Association MONTPELilER, Idaho, Oct. 27. (!?} --Representatives of five states organized the U.S. Highway 89 association at .a meeting in Montpelier last night. . , . E. W. Timberlake of Logan, Utah, manager of the Cache Valley Chamber of Commerce; was named president. ' . , Vice-presidents elected were: Arizona--William T, Riley. "of Prescott; Utah--Homer Bandley of: Richfield; Idaho--F, W. Sorgatz of Montpelie'r; Wyoming -- D o y l e Childs of Afton; Montana--A. J. Breitenstein of Great Falls. The officers will constitute ..an executive committee which will meet in the near .future to work, out a campaign for promoting use of the highway. . Of City Seen ·The Southern Arizona Bank audio the main office or one of tne Trust Co. of Tucson announced branches," Sakrisoh said. Jury Selection ,On In Murder Trial ·j plans yesterday for the opening of two new banking facilities in outlying areas within the K next 30 days. The facilities, 'however, will receive deposits; cash checks, issue J, M. Sakrison, bank/president, said his firm, has-,secured'permits from.state banking authorities and the federal reserve system»for two offices -which will perform several,! but not- all, functions of a bank branch. ' The facilities will be established money orders and perform other of a-jury was expected to continue services -for customers. They will^U of today in; the.first-degree mur- Martin spent considerable. time in already existing buildings at PHOENIX, Oct. 27. (U,R)--Qualification of veniremen and selection be manned by staffs of not more than three employes. The Speedway office will be across the street from the new der trial of Elaine Whitney George, 38-year-old. :Pl:oenix divorcee. Only 16 veniremen had been tlon. The Broadway. facility will Safeway store now under construe- qualified late yesterday afternoon and Defense Attys. Harold R. Sco- explaining the i water ,problern|3545 _. ,.,,..,,,,,, which will face the city in the i Broad way Village future. He did not' present an an- Unlike the bran swer ,tq the'problem 'but, he did emphasize that future water development/would cost considerable money. v The present police department facilities are'entirely 1 too small, he' sals, and the prisioners are' boused in cramped; quarters that are'too close to the other sections of the department. Other needs of the city were'ex- plained in detail by the city 'manager-before the. real estate men and women of ths city. ' 'Three"members ' of the. James H. Hearon, Paul' and Ben H. Solot; .were-elected to serve on the state board and C. · Kampmeier,- local board: president, was. endorsed .for the position of first -vice president · of the state association! · ·"-- : ' Other business'transacted at the- meeting included the naming of a committee -to select a slate of officers-for the coming, year. be located in the Broadway Village ville and Walter, E. Craig and 111 shopping center. 'County Atty. 'Warren L. McCarthy ttntean litlp ev«nln», Oet tr, 1150 were expected to continue the- Interrogations- today. The .defense has not Indicated bow Many witnesses it will call, but McCarthy, said', he had sub-- ?oenaed 20 persons. " \ The attractive Mrs. George is charged with the fatal shooting of Clifford L. Willett, her companion · on a New Year's eve party last year. The' trial is, being held before Superior Court Judge Fred C. Struckmeyer. TOU'ftl IUM or 4 Quality _^Wr ·-·· . · : f7r St.Joseph ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT I0 Copper State Chemical Co. Hag just received another Carload of SANITARY CHEMICALS Largest Supply of Sanitary Chemicals in Southern Arizona COPPER STATE CHEMICAL CO. or TUCSON JANITOR SUPPLY Tel.,2-7475 or 4-1673 748 E. 16th--Tucson LEE'S AUTO PARTS WRECKING A PART FOR EVERY CAB. 2200 North Oracle Road ·'/ ·ununr CHRISTMAS now! Found With Watch, Gets 30 Days In Jai Found in possession of a wris watch reported stolen from Pau Ehlers, of 1644 E. 12th St., David Sanchez, 26, of C01 S. Meyer st, was sentenced today in city cour to, serve 30 days in jail. He was charged with possession of stolen property. Earlier this week, Ehlers reported to police his "wallet and watch were missing after he had spent an afternoon at a bar., on West Broadway. Sanchez was arrested by city police late yesterday. 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