Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 2, 1960 · Page 15
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 15

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, June 2, 1960
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THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, I960 TUCSON D A I L Y C I T I Z E N PAGE IS John George Rites Slated Saturday Funeral services for John G. George, who died yesterday in San Diego, will be held at St. Philip's-in-the- Hills church at 2 p.m. Saturday. Mr. George, who resided here at 4801 E. Broadway, had been receiving medical care in San Diego for about two months. #£Z HOTSPEC/AL! S % I 1 \ Born in Watcrtown, N. Y., in 1882, he was a mining engineer, graduating from Yale University in 1907-. He came to Tucson following his graduation, moving on into the Yagui Valley in Mexico to start fanning. Mr. George expanded his farming venture and went into real estate and flour mills. At one time he was fee C. V. Whitney representative in Mexico and subsequently took over the Whitney holdings mere. Mr. George not only pioneered farming and other business ventures in Mexico but was an active developer of Ciudad Obregon. The well-known Tucsonian wa« ·ne of the official representatives of Arizona at the christening of the battleship U. S. S. Arizona. A 32nd degree Mason, he also was a member of the Yale Club, of New York and Tucson, the j Tucson Country Club, Old Pueblo Club and St. Anthony's Club. Mr. George is survived by his daughter, Mrs. Anson (Katherine) Lisk of Mexico and Tucson; and two grandchildren, John Denison Lisk and Anson Lisk III. The body will lie in state from 4 to 9 p.m. tomorrow at Kerr Mortuary, 4601 E. 1st St. Burial will be in Watertown. The family suggests donations to either the Tucson Medical Center or St. Mary's hospital building fund. Anti-Cancer Provision OKd By House Group WASHINGTON-rUPI--The House Commerce Com- rnittet today approved a bill that would forbid use of cancer-inducing chemicals to color foods and cosmetics. Members reported that in a closed-door session the, committee voted'in favor of a color additives bill that generally followed the lines recommended by Arthur S. Flemming, secretary of health, education and welfare. Under a recent interpretation of present law, a coal tar color cannot be used at all in foods and cosmetics if any amount of it, no matter how small, ii deemed to be harmful In any way. Today's committee action would authorize Flemming's office to set up tolerances for the use of such chemicals which it decided were safe in small amount!. But the measure would provide tor an outright prohibition of any coal tar color found to induce cancer in animals or man, in any ·mount it all. A similar provision, known as the Delaney amendment, now ap- plitc to non-coal tar colors and to chemicals added to foods for other purposes than to color them. It was under this provision that Flemming acted last year against cranberries containing aminotria- zole and poultry treated by stil- bestrol. Some industry spokesmen had argued against the anti-cancer provision of the color additive bill, contending it was too sweeping. They said tolerances could be established for the safe use of luch chemicals, too. But Flemming contended that science has not advanced far enough to "state unequivocally how much or how little of a substance that induces cancer when 'administered to animals will induce cancer when administered to man" and therefore there shouk be a flat ban on these substances Funeral Services Slated For Rev. Huntington Funeral lervices for the Rev. Charles Edward Hunt Jngton, who died yesterday at St. Mary's Hospital, wil be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at St. Philip's-in-the Hill Church. The Rev. George Ferguson will officiate, and crema tion will follow. The Rev. Mr. Huntington csme to Arizona from Wisconsin in 1926, snd was a missionary in the Riy and Hayden districts b e f o r e coming to Tucson in 1929. He was-chaplain at St. Luke's sanatorium from 1929 to 1948, when he retired. He resided at 139 E. Adams St. Born Apr. 16, 1877, In Athol, Mass., the Rev. Mr. Huntington received his theological training in Nashota, Wis. He was ordained a priest May 20, 1909. Surviving are his wife; a son, Lt. Col. Edward M. Huntington of Dayton, Ohio; and a daughter. Mri. Clifton Abbott of Tucson. The Board of Trustees of St Luke's in the Desert will be pal benren. Honorary pallbearers wi be Episcopalian clergy of Tuc ion. Friends may call at the Kerr Mortuary from 2 to 9 p.m. today and tomorrow. The family requests that any remembrance be made . in the form of donations to the Square and Compass Crippled Children's Clinic or to the building funds at St. Mary's Hospital or the Tucson Medical Center. Meeting On Welfare Problems Is Possibility The possibility has been raised that a statewide meeting on welfare problems will be held this summer in Phoenix. A welfare review originally had been suggested for Pima County by the Pima Board of Welfare. The board invited Sen. Robert W. Prochnow of Flagstaff, chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee, and Sen. Harold C. Giss of Yuma, to attend. The Pima board has contended that it does not have the minimum essentials with which to operate because of a slim budget provided by the Legislature. 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