Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 3
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 3

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
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Services Set For Mrs. Massari --Photo by Rente Russell FIRE DESTROYED Itwo small houses on Wetmote road west of'North Oracle road at 3:30 p.m. yesterday, causing damage of $2,000, Deputy Edward Ahrens reported today.'-,The cabins were owned "by Mrs.'Ethel Adams,'who' Jcased the ground from f the Shady Tree court. "The fire started in the"wesfr cabin, occupied by the father of Mrs. Adami until his death three months ago. This dwelling and furniture was lost. Mrs. Adams removed furniture from her own cabin-before it was destroyed. Mrs. Adams is employed at the Southern Pacific hospital." Accountants Criticize State Inventory Taxing Methods The^state Inventory tax in : Arizona came.in for considerable discussion Saturday -when the Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountant* met in the Arizona inn. The meeting was the society's regular fall session. Each year.the group meets in Phoenix.in the spring and Tucson in the fall. Charges that the present inventory tax law is "dJscrimin' atory" were made by David Mish- Services will be held at 7:30 tonight in Bring's chapel for Mrs. Anna Irene Massari, who died yesterday in a local hospital. Rev! Charles-Hill of St' John's Methodist church will officiate. The body will -be sent to Dover, , J., for burial, accompanied'by Mrs. Hassan's husband, ..George Paul, and 7-year-old daughter, Georgeanrie. Mrs. Massari, 34, came here three and a half years ago. The iamily laved at 1132 E. Spring St. JOSEPH 1. KEENAJT . The body of Joseph L. Keenan, who died Saturday in a local hospital, has been sent to Detroit by e Reilly funeral home. ' Mr. Keenan, who came here only a few days ago, was 54 years old; He is survived by his wife, Ann, and a daughter, Mrs. Betty Ann Sterner, .Detroit. - JANE G R A N T " j Services were held yesterday at I the Arizona' mortuary for Mrs. klnd;Of,Tucsqn. He said .the law en- couragespconfiscation of goods and is detrimental to the state's economy. 1 He said he favors repeal of tax purposes. Moderator was Van ,. V s __ - Munson of Tucson. e · ' " James Reidy of Tucson was pro- Byj contrast, James Smith of Phoenix said the inequalities of the law we more apparent than real. He said most merchants regain their ilosses from the buying pub- 'lie. Presiding at the group's mornin session' was' Earren Mackey Phoenix. Oran Barrels' of Tucso past president, presided at a noc .puncheon, at · which - R. W. Schmidt, manager, of the' Tucso municipal airport, spoke. . Three topics : were' discussed . the afternoon'-^meeting which w; presided over by. Carl D. Tisor , Phoenix.' Alexander-. Cordova ,'· Phoenix and. 'Frank G.'..Koti2e Tempe, discussed the theory of a counting. Elmer.M. Thierman Tucson was 'moderator. The inventory : tax was discusse by Mlshkind, while A. V. Nettleto . of the University of -: Arizona di cussed -the retail- mettiod. of inven tory. Monroe "Meador was".mode ator. · .' The deductability of accountln »nd legal fees -from income taxe Two Youth Rob Salesman was- discussed'by Mrs. Ethel Mc- Ninth of Phoenix. Robert W. Dupree, also of · Phoenix, discussed cash :basis accounting for income gram chairman for the meeting. A traveling salesman- who told the.sheriff's office' he was befriend ing two youths .ibeca'use one o. ·them, 'like himself,'was's deaf mute and the' other partially, mute, reported" the youths robbed him at a motel. ., ·'.'.·".-.- · -,.. : " Henry Pescla of Los Angeles wrote ouf-a'long report about Ms experience with the two hitch hikers, whom he named. He said he bought the youths a meal Sat urdaynight and permitted them to share his room at a motel at Casa 'Grande. ' - . . . -J..-='. ' The ; next morning;' Pescla said the youths were gone, along with $200 In cash and 550 In religious gold crosses. Deputies:today also are looking for two youths and two girls who picked up B. C. Storey of, 119 - E .. Lincoln St., while he was waiting for 'a bus at the depot on East 10th street, and 'took him to the desert where they robbed him of $12 and left h'im stranded. . : Two boys who stole dynamite and caps from a construction company, truck were found;-by deputies and the dynamite .and caps recovered before any damage was done by~ the explosive,.-The-boys were later released. Armando Lucero, the driver, said the boys took the explosives from the truck . while he was eating lunch. There's something about lime gelatin salads that gives carefree refreshment to any-meal. 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Phone 3-0092 ita N, amRJOt AVE. PHbESIX, ARIZONA " PHOXE 34841 '- Batterie* for AH -Makei Jane, Grant, who died Friday -night atuher.home; 501 'E. Jactato St. The body has teen sent to Buffalo, N. Y., for burial. Mrs. Grant,' 56, came here six years ^agcfrpin Buffalo. -She-. Is svir- vived~by ".her Husband;- Charles. ^ ^ - 1 - - ·, -V. ., is, 10JOOO acres "'in^area. Monday Evtnlni, Oct. M, 1990 I MORTGAGE! .3-6103 Private or Insnrnce | CLAWSON' MTG. A REALTll 1S1 North StoB* HOME! "American" "Biapenor". JIM · .. · HOSPITAL BEDS TM eel (hairx Folding Chrome 'Rents $15 Mo. $12.50 Phone '3-0151 Mo. 1233 f.,..-' SIXTH STREET Fran Gardner, Assoc. Phone 5-3490 9 Ev CONGRESS ST TUCSO.N, ARIZ. use Our lay-a-way Plan Small Weekly Or Monthly Payment* The long aniicipafe'd opening-of MARY'WRIGHT'S new Shop, is slated : for Wednesday, November ist. ... A towering Pepper Tree shelters its lovely pink facade '. .'. and a picture window gives-a! hint of tempting 'Fashions,, ·with'in! YOU'RE INVITED ...... COME INI'" · 1915 E. Speedway Just East of Campbell CLEARING OUR STOCKS FOR THE HOLIDAY SEASON ... Hundreds of values in each of our 18 departments drastically reduced for clearance. One and Two of a Kind! INLAID i ,.,,, | ODD LINOLEUM Values to 82.39 Enough for small kitchen or baths in these' remnants; 69 1 All First Qualify SQ. YD. FINE PICTURES 5 16 SUBJECTS TO CHOOSE PROM 95 EA. VALUES TO 9.95 CHAIRS FROM OUR REGULAR STOCK!! FIRESIDE WINGBACKS REG. 199.00 ODD BOX SPRINGS SAVE AT MAPLE 79' MODERN 19" «ITCHEU'S -gffi Others at 1 Price BROflDFELT Values to $3.95 LIMITED COLORS 4%QO sq. yd. . . . TB7T SPECIAL PURCHASE! Magazine R A C K S 95 3 MAPLE PLATFORM ROCKER 59" REGULAR 79.95. Provincial PRINTS THIS BEAUTIFUL SET OF law 1 " ROGERS* SILVEKPLATE COMPLETE SERVICE FOR 8 Given absolutely- FREE with the purchase of any 'diamond ring or bridal get illustrated. Hundred* of others in our stock to choose from--Here i» what you get free J 8--Soup Spoons t--Serving Spoon* 1--Batter Knlf. 1--ingar Spoo» BeautUnl Wooden AnH-Tamlsh Chest, SECTIONALS REDUCED 2 PC. Sectional 189° Reg. S219.50 Value :.+ .,.. 3-pc. Sectional ISO LAMPS 2 PRICED FOB THIS EVEKX; 98 EA, OP EM MONDAY EVENINGS 18--Teaspoon! 8-Hollow Hanffl. Knives fr-Blnner Fork* · ·--Salad Forks Hundreds of Other Diamond! ID Our Stock to Choose Prom .. . Se« Onr Window 5-DIAMOM) UOVE- TAIL WEDDING BAND. 14K GOLD. S-D1AMOND RINO RICH T4K GOLD s S-DIAMOND DOVETAlt ENSEMBLE.'14K 6OU «217 00 MAN'S DIAMOND HADJANT 14K GOLD J-DIAMOND UNO TAILORED UK GOLD BUY NOV FOR CHRISTMAS 9 E. CONGRESS Beautiful Shag R U G S Special Purchase 24x36 2 25 ea. ENDS OF ROLLS FELT BASE Buy JgUh Confidence Provintial DINING ROOM SUITE Terms the Mitchell War . . . 50.00 or Less! NO DOWN PAYMENT A 100 Dollar Purchase For Only $1050 IL ASK ABOUT . OCB.. ECOJfOSIT PLAIT 75 W. Congress Phone 2-7461 . Bedroom SUITE 3PC99* Priced for Thit Event BROADLOOM EARLY SHOPPING! BEST SELECTION! Now LINOLEUM BASE JH tffe sq.yA-.49 Values to 89c * OCCASIONAL TABLES ODDS .n d ENDS Reduced "\ off * RUBY WATER SET 9-pc. 8 Glasses I large Pitcher Open 8^0 to 8 Any tvt.~ty Appointment Plenty . of Parking Space

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