Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 27, 1950 · Page 14
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Bunion Ballj) 8tH«n Ivinlhg; Oct. 2?,M950 Tucson 'Quarterly' Set For Press Making its'-fall, debut for, Ha) lowecn is' the "Quarterly," one of Tucson high's three literary publications. This first issue will be , followed by the Christmas issue, rodeo Issue, and, finally, the graduation issue. In the past four weeks, 96 Quarterly ' salesmen sold 52. suhscrlp- tlons. The salesmen 'were elected from each English class; The three top salesmen who will receive prizes are Elizabeth Cooper and Ann Mathews selling 23 subscriptions each and -tying for first prize: Sara Packard, selling 10 sub- scrlptlons for second prize; and Paul Dlehl, 17 subscriptions foi third prize. Mrs, Bessie Rca's English classes have the best sales record, with Elizabeth 1 Cooper as first prize winner and all five of Mrs. Rea's salesmen getting eight or more subscriptions for a total of 64. · Students who have subscriptions can receive their' Quarterlies on Monday in their ·English classes The remaining 22 copies will be sold in the 1 high school cafeteria on Tuesday for 35 cents. The Quarterly is exchanged with 20 other schools 'throughout the .United States, Both Quarterlies and Chronicles are sent free to the boys in the service.: . . . Zlta Leeson is editor of the Quarterly, and Gail La Beau the managing 1 editor. Miss Harriette Martin is the faculty advisor. Customs May Halt Cargoes WASHINGTON, Oct. 27. (U.B-- The customs bureau came under senatorial pressure today to halt the imminent shipment of strategic materials to Communist · China aboard an American freighter. The ship \vns not identified. But a senate commerce '· subcommittee said it Is now loading a strategic cargo -of petroleum products, rubber tires and galvanized pipes' along the east coast. The ship, it said, plans stops at New York, Philadelphia and Baltimore. Chairman Herbert R, O'Conor, (D-Md) said lie has sent the'Ship's name and a description of its cargo to customs officials in-hopes they can stop the shipment. He urged them to act quickly because the vessel is scheduleO to sail for-Chlna soon. The ship's operators presumably obtained export licenses for the cargo from the commerce department. But O'Conor said the customs bureau may be able to delay the ship's departure until the department* has had a chance to go over the matter again. "I can't understand why such shipments to the Communists were allowed," he said. He complained bitterly about the continued operation of American ships between the United States and the Chinese mainland. In the fiscal year'ending June 30, he said, American ships delivered to China .3,300,000 gallons of lubricating oil, 700,000 pounds of lubricating greases and 1,500,000 pounds of paraffin, a vital food preservative. Ninety per cent of these goods, O'Conor said, reached China after the Communists had seized control of the mainland, O'Conor's subcommittee is investigating the entire problem of exports to China. It recently heard testimony that the New York Is- brantsen line's "Flying Cloud" ran the Nationalist blockade to deliver steel plate and wire, radio tubes and centrifugal pumps to the Chinese Communists. Soft lights and sweet" etched satins . ...^ Friday and Saturday*each .week, you utill find outstanding values to fit the modest budget. Practical items suited to our warm Tucson weather, ideal as Christmas gifts . . . or t just wonderful values to give a lift to your wardrobe. Remember Friday and Saturday each week only. Listen to Kathryn Kay on Strictly 'Personal Monday through Friday, 8, AM. on KVOA and 10:15 on KTVC. P E N N I N G T O N S C O T T S T R E E T S . . . . D ! A L 4 - 0 4 · ·V*' .-, 17.98 ' · Top: An evening of "Little Theater", is a drama,all in itself. The. skirt flares 'unexpectedly below the hips. Soft mellon sleeves'in-· the height of fashion.. Gold, grey, pink, blue rayon satin. .9-15. Bottom: "Dance 'Little Lady" . . . with a scat: tering of leopard spots. A soft.cuff frames the shoulder and f a c e . Blue,. Aqua, Pink rayon satin. 9-15. · k.WVV.M.WM,'* w VA, f\f V -.fff*f f ',. V, t-.H)fff,'f tf*.ff f J W f . -S ·"" " * "· f- tf/*. *V- . «, 'A ^*£.i s AVvu v£ AW ^rtu-W *+ ^«a,*±.t ^·Z.^^TSt. rt- ~6 f ·, * ' «·- Saturday Special! Felts... Velvets... Corduroys 3.95 and 5.00 3.00 Berets, profiles, cloches, visors .and off-face styles. In black, brown,-navy, red, green, bright colors. Millinery · Second Floor Industrialist Is Again After Cars LAS VEGAS, Nov. Nov. 27. OAR)-Illinois Industrialist Nell E. Monroe opens the second round of a legal battle today to regain possession of two expensive cars he said ho gave a red-haired cocktail waitress while intoxicated. Monroe, 02. president of the Monroe Chemical Co., Qulncy, 111., charged he gave the cars to Las Vegns divorcee Kay Anderson, 3' while ."grossly intoxicated" for a period of 3-1 days. The case was scheduled to resume yesterday after a 15-day recess, but was potponed until to- · day at the request of Monroe's attorney, Harry Clalbornc. Miss Anderson denied Monroe's Claim and said he gave her the cars as wedding presents when they took a cross-country trip together. ' Patient Requires Emergency Light RICHMOND, Calif., Oct. 27. (u.PJ-- Doctors at Permancnte hospital ex- aminecl a ^critically injured pedestrian under emergency lights provided by the fire department yesterday after a violent wind and rainstorm caused a power failure. Francis Feet, 42, Des Moines, lawa. was rushed to the darkened hospital after he was struck by a car in San Pablo. Firemen had to be called to the hospital with 'eraer. gency lighting before doctors qoula discover the extent of his injuries. He was found to have received a fractured skull and a compound fracture, of the left leg. He was immediately transferred- to the 'Per- manentc hospital in Oakland and ·later to the Veteran's; hospital. Jailed Mexican Under Treatment For Polio PHOENIX, Oct.-27. (U,R--A Mexl- cwn national jailed by immigration authorities was under treatment for polio at St Monica's hospital today. Jose Navarro, 25,'was traas- ferred from county jail to the hospital last night, v He was arrested Wednesday. Miss Ariz. Jr. ·· Second Floor Fluffy Chenille', your between · season Men! --v Brown and white Saddle Oxford by VALMOR 7.98 ,£ College wise and 'casual| perfect ... '. ..brown "and'| white saddle oxfords..'by ; . j Valmor for the, most'com- 1 Portable, practical shoe in your wardrobe. Come in today and try a pair on. Men's Store · Street Floor ^._^g:!gs:ai:mmg;TM^^a^ggg!gi«gg^g^! for real comfort and long wear . , . All Nylon Sweaters 4.98 Short' sleeved '. cardigans with dainty Peter Pan col- Jars. (Soft, luxurious nylon in" white, blue, maize, jade. 34-40 Short sleeve pullover 3.98 , Short sleeve cardigan 4.98 Long sleeve cardigan 5.98 Sportswear · Street Floor French Tubular 100% Wool WORSTED JERSEY Reg. 2.95 Very Special! 2.77yd. Soft wool Jersey In IS excitingly l o v e l y colors. Extra-wide 52" and 54". Superb fabric for blouses " and skirts. Very special. Fabrics · Lower Level Party shows for girls. by Playfall the trick or treat Left: "Treat" ... a delight to' the young miss for her parry hours. Soft black suede shoe with open '- toe and heel.'Sizes 3'/ 2 to"8. ' 6.95 ' 5 ' · , t Right: "Trick" a very clever two strap,style in black . or rust suede with calf trim . . . the perfect party shoe. Small sizes '5.50. and 5.95, Sizes 3 ! / 2 -8- 6.95 Girls Shoes · Mezzanine Right-weight ROBE , Special 5.98 Quilted Mattress Pads 411 Nylon Sweaters When it's too warm to wear your woolen robe, too cool for a sheer summer one . . . you'll find our candlewick chenille robes just right. Washable, well- tailored in blue, white, coral, wine or maize. "12-20, 161/2-20^. Better Lingerie * Second Floor 5 HV }. 8.95 : Bleached, Zigsag stitched · Twin Sue A An 39x76 £.«fO 3.95 value Full Size ^ / 54x76 · A AQ 435 Value O.CFO Bedding · Lower Level 1 Sleeveless 5.95 ' I _ i I Men's down-soft all nylon i sweaters in p u l l o v e r : styles. Available In blue, j green, wine, gray. Men's Store · natural and j j Street Floor i 1 ' \ Plylon \ 1 Slacks · I i '- $ saddle stitched \ 9.95 \ \ 4 [ Crease resistant nylon, J I rayon, wool fabric. Gray, j I brown, blue, green. % I Men's Store · Street Floor i U^^^W^^T^ Your casual suit K «f 'Ronny ·* ·* m Bonegals 9 .in sizes 1ft-16 19.98 Soft, colorful al! wool donegal tweeds, in two very, smart"sfylei- . · t · , as seen in . "Glamour". Pencil, slim skirts, trim fitting jackets' with clever, pocket detailing.. Grey, tan mixtures. A versatile,·-. handsome suit that goes everywhere with ease . . . sizes 10' to 16. Career Shop · Second Floor BIAS-CIJP holds the secret of a beautiful figure the only bra t you can't wash, out of shape white broadcloth 2.00 Let Bias-Cup give you the bustline you desire. Th«- youthful ahdJnatural looking uplift that you get from Bias-Cup's-exclusive inner-cup, construction' i$ your beauty secret. Rows' of stitching a'ceentuafs the lovely uplift 7";. self shoulder straps- wbnS cut or curl . .. elastic beneath the cups adds~ comfort . and support. You can never wash a Bias-Cup bra '' out of shape. Bandeau without band -1.50 i. ' ' Nylon taffeta or.embroidered nylon 2.50 and-SM" . Foundations ·· Second Floor

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