Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 7
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 7

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
Page 7
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Towns AfundTheNfltion . S Y , N . Y . , (IP)-- A'terfa-cotta.figure'of S t . yrancis, exhibited by William McVey of Bloofnfieldi-Hills, Mich., has w.onJtop prize of $500;in,the 15th, Ceramic 'National, sponsored -by .the 1 Syracuse ^Juseum^olflTine' Arts. The 504 works entered' in the' show will''be".on :j: exhibition until Dec. 3. Prize-winners were announced yesterday. ·-* Winners' of:$100 awards Included: ' Pottery--Antonio Prleto, Mills College, Oakland, Caljf.;, Whitney Atchley, San' Francisco, Calif.; Folia Pillin, Sun Valley, Calif; Peter Harry Voulkos, Bozem'an, Mont, Sculpture -- Adolph Oderfer, Fresno.^CaUf.;, Betty Davenport Ford, Ontario, ;Calif. ROCKY .GROVE, Pa,,(ff)--"No damage from the fire--but oh, our, equipment." That's the report the fire chief of this western Pennsylvania' borough gave yesterday. Let'the chief relate his sad story:" A passerby saw' smoke pour- ·ine from an apartment window. Firemen sped to the scene, parking- their trucks on a hill in front, of the apartment- They soon 1 threw the iire out the window--what remained of a chicken roasted to a turn. Then, bang, bang, bang. ' The, fire pumper's brakes let loose, 'The truck smashed into the chief's car. The chief's'.car banged into the second fire engine. ; Damage--more -than 5300, SANTA-MONICA; -Calif .,:(U.R)-- Chess .'experts "of -;.Santa Monica and Philadelp'hia;-battled it out in u cross-counti-y-'anatch yesterday with .moves relayed by amateur ratio "hams." \ ':·'· ..' Six local players met six-Philai delpMa experts in;.what Santa Monica Bay Chess' club officials said was ithe, largest match- ever broadcast'cross-country. % - : : .At the.end:of'six and,one-half hours of play, officials/said'four positions on the boarcV favored. Santa Monica arid two ·"were possible draws. The match will be resumed nest-Sunday. . FT. , MORGAN. Colo. U,R)-Farmer! Albert Wetaer today "regretted' teaching his' Shetland pony at least-one tr v ick. · Wjcjmer, ,w.ho, rounded up-his. cattle after they had: wandered off through an open gate, also was;looking for the horse. The latter had opened the gate, letting' , out the cattle as well as.himself. PROVO, Utah. (/f)--John DJ- mitt, a homo sapiens of, the-auto., driving generis, tangled; with·;a- moving freight train here yesterday here yesterday and came out. first best. DImitt, a 30-year-old native t! American Fork, Utah, unwitt-; ingly drove into the side of the. train. ·' ' )*··( Six huge boxcar* were Jolted" off. the tracks. One'ol-them was -utterly, deprived of-all its wheels.' .Our hero, dazed and slightly cuf up,'crawled, from'the jumble ·of wreckage, -looked at .his de- ,molished -auto, and went home. Traffic on the v Denver Rio" Grande line was tied up for six hours. HASTINGS, Mich. (#)--When Cleave' Strow, 66, had · trouble starting his car yesterday, neighbor Leonard L. Wiley was glad to help out with a push. In fact, -he pushed Strow's -car right over an-embankment,, and his own went'tumblingrafter it. Both Vehicles overturned,,'but' neither'driver; was hurt ' Said the dazed Strow: "What do we need atomio^ower for?" , -,- " i; THE TUCSON HIGH" SCHOOL faculty will hold its annual .picnic Wednesday at 'Bear Canyon. Miss Fawn' Adklns is, chairman and Miss Opal Bane .co-chairman,.Miss -Mari- an'Cain is chairman of the entertainment ·: committee. Church Of England Sees New Dangers LONDON, Oct.. -30. tm--The Church of England's moral .welfare council conceded today that'sex has supplanted religion-as the main Driving force^ of society, and ^aid the church had better'do something about;it."-K JM, } _ : _ : , -,\ Specifically, theOcou'ncil proposes a 'widespread,! church- campaign; to drive ignorance and,sin'out r of sex. In a 'frank'^pamphlet 'called 'Moral -Crisis," *it ,said clergy, and church"-welfare,,wockers 'must^ be prepared *.to, give- Christian, advice onJsuch/subjects as contraceptives, artificial insemination, sterilization, homosexuality, and frigidity. The 'council said there was a jrave - danger that movies, advertisements, "novels and magazines will mislead too many,to believe that sex Ismail that matters in Jif e.,, - JAMES W. EWING Republican- For REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT NO. 12 Vote f or him «t Salpointe Catho- lie Oifh, St Philip's Chnrch, Catallna- Jr. HJj;h und Cragin School. - . 'Alarmed t akistan- \y Communist Invasion KARACHI, .Pakistan, Oct. 30. W akistan is shrugging ^off.- Tibet's ivasion- by t .Chinese Communist oops "as »' purely domestic, affair nlikely to^cause any grave inter- ational. repercussions. - Informed . quarters- here said Pakistan always has considered Tibet,under Chinese sovereignty; ' -It has*beeri noted-here; however,' ttiar Indian Premier- Jawaharlal Nehru, has been'unsuccessful in attempt'40, influence, Red "China 1 * policy towards Tibet · 'India's government has expresse' "regret?,,'at ,the Chinese action,-bu doubta J were" expressed' heret'tha such a^protest would" .produce'any an results. Dr. E. R. There's no substitute for professional 4} Optometriit · EYES EXAMINED , · GLASSES ON CREDIT ·.GLASSES REPAIRED Office At 9 E. Congrese ,, Beauticians are professionally trained, in i the skills which help to beautify,'and glamorize. Razor Edge flair Shaping- '. . . 1.50 Martin's Beauty Studio M y. Grossetta Phone 3-5101 i, Oct. 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