Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 28, 1950 · Page 3
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" * · ' , New* CarmonAppeaLFiled Arizona High Senior Day Set Btos Held For __ .- _-- vn ' 1 TT» ( ITfc ' "·"· ' ' ' ' " ff ' ' '**' "^ J " k11 °* ^ 10 tfe Flayed By roliceman At Ceremony A new symphonic carillon--the only one of its kind yet to be in. stalled anywhere--will be dedicated tomorrow morning at St. Philip's-in-the-Hills Episcopal church; The dedication service will begin at 11 a.m., with .Frederick- L. A 'hearing" before the Tucson civil'service 4 commission on-the dismissal ot(William E.-Irvin, city patrolman^ has" teen tentatively set for 2 p.m. Friday, Nov. 3,- according' to · Albert-Hesselbergr commission secretary. - The hearing' was set following the ^filing of 'an appeal, yesterday by, Lrvdn making a complete -and blanket denial "of the charges made Marriott, carilloneur and organist against him by .Police Chief Don J. at Rockefeller chapel, University of Chicago, playing the first concert. On hand for the occasion will be Paul H. Rowe of Los Angeles, inventor of the carillon, and Louis A. Maas, president of the Maas Organ Co., which manufactured the --Photo by Reggie Russell . ORGANIST ANDY BUCHAUSER gets the "feel" of the \ two keyboards of the new carillon to.lie dedicated tomor- J · row at St. PhilipVin-the-Hills "Episcopal church. Rev. H George Ferguson- looks :on. Marshall Warns Ministers That Situation Is Critical nstrument. The new carillon" is the,..electronic type but with two complete sets of-bells, one : tuned: to major tonality and:the other j to minor: -It is thus possible to produce" graduations of tone impossible on. instruments with but one set of bells. The new'Instrument will be able"-to .produce correct' harmony in all..the.standard musical scales. The".sound 'of the, carillon, is-said to :be similar to the sound of well- tuned cast bell carillons.. The'program Mr. Marriott will play tomorrow will'.he as follows: -ome, Ye Thankful People Come .... .Elvry Prayer .of Thanksgiving Netherlands FoIJcsong Denyn . .Van Veer WASHINGTON, Oct. . 28. (#)--Secretary. ' of Defense Marshall i appealed today to the defense ministers of the North Atlantic Treaty -. organization to be "realistic in the appreciation of the presen) £ 'critical situation", as they shape the combined force ..for-defensi against communism.. "We must face facts' without prejudice," Marshall said in an address prepared for, the opening of the defense committee session, a meeting '.. at which the French refusal to accept a proposal for.formatlon of Preludium Klcinc Yoselen. Nod D'AqUin Ye Watchers and Yc Holy Ones Traditional Melody Lc dlvln Enfant ., Hocquea West German army units as part of the integrated force is due for a · thorough,:-going over. However, l Marshall made -; direct reference to that-problem in , the text of his formal welcoming I address. He offered some sober words of warning about what can happen if the North Atlantic nations let down In their efforts to build strong defenses . against communism. · Must Not Qnit " W e ' m u s t not sink Into placency or overeonfidence, for the ; struggle may only have begun," he : said. And then, at another point In his speech: "What has been done so far, Three Injured In A c c i d e n t good as enough. it may be, is far from The potential collectiv · force of the United Nations wa " not enough to deter the aggressor ,. Jn Korea. The actual collectiv · forces of the North Atlantic state ' may not be enough to deter aggression in our North Atlantic area and definitely is not enough to resis attack without serious and critica ". Initial losses.. Thatgap in our mill : tary- strength we must now close ' as quickly as possible. Out of this - meeting should come definite' rec- ; ommendations that not only will ;inake us stronger to meet the fpresent threats'but to do so more · quickly than past procedure would j indicate." · ; . Marshall also proposed that the : peoples of the pact countries be ;told what each of' the nations, is ..giving to the common force. ' H e ' Bald the people "are entitled to a · bill of particulars." . "The eyes of the whole world I · Imagine are focused upon this · meeting today." he said. "Our clti- .zens are eager to ascertain what «forces .are to be raised, how, and ·when and what every nation under 'the North Atlantic pact will contribute. They are clearly entitled -to such information." f Will Speak'To Congress / Marshall noted that during the .next few weeks, he .will have to go -before congress to justify proposed 1 expenditures - o f , , "vast -sums' of v Money .for our mutual aid." · : .: As part of the recommendations ·passed up .to it from tthe subordi- ;nate military committee of chiefs ..of staff, the defense committee had before it the proposal for prompt Three persons were injured and brought to St. Mary's hospital here early today after an automobile accident .on highway SO. 20 miles, north of. Tucson toward Florence. It was one of three accidents over night. Injured were the driver, The odore-H. Nunez, who has fractured ribs; Manuel Ramirez, 35, dlslocatec left shoulder; and Sally Trejo,. 23 body bruises and abrasions. All are of Superior and were headed for Tucson. - . , - . ' - . Highway .Patrolman Harold Clark said the Nunez auto swerved on the highway and rolled," ending up on its side on the right side of the highway. Clark cited Nunez for failure to control speed. The Chrysler sedan was a total loss, estimated at 81,500. In another accident along -high way 80 north of Tucson at 2:05 p.m yesterday, Highway Patrolman A W. Roberts cited Guy B, Hognoson of Mammoth for operating an auto mobile while under the influence ,-... selected Hymns : Selected Postludium ,..,..; vDenyu Annual CPA Conference Under Way At Inn Here The annual one -day autumn meeting of the Arizona Society "-of C e.r ,t i f i e d Public . .Accountants opened today at ' the Arizona inn , . Presiding over the morning session., was Karren .. E. Mackey.- of Phoenix, president. .The meeting was devoted to .reports of. the societ.y's standing and a report from the Arizona state board of accountancy. · ' " · ' . ' - )f alcohol. In justice court today ie was sentenced 'to pay a fine of 5100 and 15 days in jail. $1,700 Damage Roberts reported $1,700. damage Information of ; quarters with supreme supreme head- com. mander.in charge.' That'recom- · mendation, together with a decision on what nation will provide the supreme · commander, will fae handed .on to the foreign ministers and governments of the 12 mem- "ber nations.' A decision within ..days, pr weeks at most, is probable. · While there has been no official word for the military .committee '.which drafted the recommenda- stions, evidence points, almost cer- ' ; tainly' to the selection furnish a of the n the accident,'81,400 to an automobile " and 'trailer ' operated ' by George:. Albert Fuller 'of'Rickreall Ore., and ; S300 to the Hognoson car. None was injured in the collision. The third accident was a collision between automobiles of Raul N. Villaescuse-of S3S E. 30th st. and Elaine Solms of Casa Grande at 9:01 p.m. yesterday at .South Park avenue arid the Benson highway. Capt.-R-.'-L. Whitlow, and'· Highway Patrolman John Hummer, who investigated the accident, said -Mrs. Villaescuse received cuts on her leg. Damage, to the two cars totalled $400. Whitlow said'a citation,-Is pending against Villaescuse. ' Art Workshop Set At U Of A Monday A'public school'art workshop Will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Monday in room 328 of the new liberal arts building.on the University of Arizona campus. Mrs. Lyle Hig- ginbothanl will-present art work, which was used to motivate read-', ing readiness, and came from her! reading readiness program. | 'An introduction in clay modeling and beginning steps in using! powdered clay also will'be present-ll ed. Movie Star Reagan Presides At Forum Ronald Reagan, popular movie' star now on', location, will "preside, at the- Sunday Evening forum .program' -tomorrow evening, Mrs.,V. T. Jeffries, forum director, announced today. : · The .program tomorrow eve-' ning will feature the well-known radio commentator, Cecil, Brown, who will speak'on "Crossfire in' Asia." ' Tlie, forum, cosponsored by ' radio station KTUC, will be pr'e? sented at S:15 .in the. University of 'Arizona auditorium. Hays on Oct. 18 when he was dismissed." . , - _ Irvin has been, charged on two counts by the chief. These include discourteous'treatment of the public and conduct,tending to cause scandal to the department. The complaint was the outgrowth of charges against the officer that he stopped a-young woman driver on Oct. 7, treated her discourteous y, -used - embarrassing .'language in her presence,,and mads "improper advances."^ Irvin has been a member of the Tucson police force for 13 years. 7 Philippine Reds Held In Indictment MANILA, Oct. 28. (IP)--Seven alleged members of the Philippines Communist party's' secretariat general were Indicted today. They; were accused of rebellion, through "acts of wanton murder, looting,' arson and planned destruction of "public and privat build- Ings." The indictment "said the seven were 'instrumental In the execution of Red-led Hukbalahap guerrilla raids and in the slaying of the'wife of .the late. President-;Quezon."Mrs.i Quezon was killed in 1948 In a raid attributed by officials to the Huks. | , A senior 'day for Arizona -high school seniors will be "held at the University of Arizona Nov. 25.TDr. J. Byron McCormick, president of the University, states that^this will be made an annual event.' 'The seniors'will be the guests of the_ student , body t in a program which, will. Include a general assembly, touF'bf the campus, late afternoon dance and barbecue supper and the football game, that night between Arizona and Iowa State college." - Several high school-bands -will take-part in the half-time program at the grid game. About 1,000- of Arizona's-5,000 seniors are expected to attend, according to Don. Butler, student-body president. Blue Key service'fraternity will be In ,'charge of the ,program for the'Associated Students organization.. , REV. L. 'A. OGDEN, NEWLY named pastor of the First Church of the -Nazarene,, North Highland avenue and East 10th street, will preach his first sermon there tomorrow morning. Rally day will be observed in'the Sunday school at 9:30 a.m. Month-Old Child Services were Lawn memorial held 'in South park today for James Hugh Goodman! 1 month-old son at Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Goodman, 213 W. Tennessee st. The child died Thursday in Coolidge/ where Mr. Goodman is" employed as a farm worker. Rev. John C. Whitehead of the South Side Church of Chnst officiated. Reilly's was In charge of arrangements. Also surviving is a sister, Barbara Ann, Qtnteon (Eflfirn »ntur«»x Ivinlnii Oct. tt,,1IM Do fo» Ktow, .»' . PARKER.KERR . 215 N. Stone.- Ph. M«l COMPETE FUNERAL (Inclidinc Cukn) flflA For Only _.__J *IUV Build it with STONETILE R e J. JOHNSON D E M O C R A T JUDGE of SUPERIOR COURT EXPERIENCE COUNTS: 8 years Pima County Attorney 2 years Assistant ^Attorney General 4 years Judge of Superior and Juvenile Courts 19 years member of State Bar A NEW OUTLOOK -on tiring! A picture window It tit to h»vt in'your new CONCRETE BLOCK horn*. Ju« on* »f th« many itruclur«i ndynt*ge« afforded with thu modern, lowlr COM building material. , CMICMIt M.*OI'MtCII (On IU lU.H IKCIFICITIMI Or and Mn, J. W i l k d j o n s C O N C R E T E P R O D U C T S C O . GORDON MacRAE v DORIS DAY BILLIE DE WOLFE "TEA FOR TWO" EARNEST TURNER, 56, OP 101 W: Pennsylvania St., was ordered to )ay a S150: : fine- : or'serve 30.'days in ail when -.he was found guilty of iriving his auto while under the influence of alcohol, in'a: hearing in- justice court -yesterday- afternoon. ".Turner was .arrested''-Oct. 15 by Highway Patrolman 'Herbert Wood, three miles south of Tucson on South 12th avenue. TWO SERVICES -WHJ, BE held tomorrow at St. John's Methodist church, 62 W. Veteran's blvd. Rev. Charles Hill, pastor, will speak at 10:50 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. JOSEPH J. BALON, 35, OF 22B E. Third st., was sentenced to '22 hours in jail and fined 822 when he was found guilty of speeding in a justice court hearing, before Clark H. Johnson today/ Balon was Fire Destroys J e t F a c t o r y BATTLE CREEK, Mich., oct as. (tf) -- A million-dollar flash fire last night destroyed a factory making jei plane engine-:blades, dealing a blow to America's defense program. · ' Eighteen of the 65 workers In the factory and one volunteer fire- inan were hurt. Seven still were hospitalized today. None was reported in serious condition. - ' The plant, owned by the Eaton Manufacturing Co., was swept by flames In astonishing speed. Firemen said apparently a feed line carrying inflammable fluid broke and sprayed on red hot jet blades and a nearby gas furnace. The gas exploded. Flames shot a hundred feet Into,! the air as the.half-block-long, one-'i story brick building became an inferno in a matter of seconds. Eaton officials said the building itself was worth-about $300,000 and the machinery, some of it govern- mem-owned, would cost at least that much to .replace. , . - Hopes of salvaging any equipment were slim. The Uuilding's-roof collapsed and only the walls- malned standing. ' Officials said resumption of work ·would depend on fcow fast the ipachinsry can be replaced.- There; i* adequate space In other company ' buildings to. continue production. · tMost of the injured were overcome by. smoke.^Some suffered cut; «hd bruises .escaping, th» blaze. A ftw were burned. Highway Patrolman Kenneth Massie. Massie stated Balon was driving 82 miles an. hour in a 60-mile- an-hour zone. ASPHALT PAVING Drives,- Parking Cot*, Streets, Etc. PRKB ESTIMATES · Dial 3-7311 for the PAVIA'G CO. DAVID R. SPRUNT .Republican For REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT NO. 9 Vote for hint · at Amphitheater Roosevelt .and Helen Keeling Schools GLORIA De HAVEN HARRY JAMES JUNE HAVER JAMES CAGNET In "Kiss Tomorrow Goodbye* with BARBARA PAl'TON STEVE BRODIE ANNE BAXTER BETTE DAVIS GEORGE SANDERS "ALL ABOUT EVE" ADAMS TREE SERVICE "In Our 20th tear of Quality Service" Avoid Coitly Mistakes in caring for your TREES and SHRUBS Skilled workmanship protected bj State Industrial Insurance E. J. ADAMS, Mgr. Former U. S, Forestry Technician DL4L 5-4391 2020 EAST JOSEPH GOTTEN LINDA DARNELL in "TWO FLAGS WEST" PEOPLE LIKE MOVIES And you'll like the variety of entertainment you can en/oy of your favorite theatre.,,, 'Sure, Km a movie fan, and so's my whole family. lt f « the cheapest, pleasantest way to spend an evening put \ together I know. Say*.- WM. DAMRON, 2525 Ei 21st St. When you want cheering up or when you want to cefe^ brate, there's nothing like a good movie. It takes you out of yourself and makes life a whole lot pleasanter." Say*.- FERN ROKEY, . 38 W. Council St. JAMES STEWAHT, BARBARA HALE in "THE JACKPOT" I FOXTUCSON · PARAMOUNT · PLAZA i N BILTMORE MOTOR-VU · CATALINA · STATE · FOX LYRIC THEATRES

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