Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 17
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 17

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
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W^QVP^WWV^K- t ^ c 1 * * ' ?^ » v " ^ * * '"''i » £ y *· v "^*V*°'^V fc 4 - ^ £/ " ^ x ^fl^^KS^tO'7*tri"??#£ J*ii v ; f" *5*fi?#^a:«*r: dtt^4/^»R^|A ^*ifeH/;^ r ^»i4'feS' '-L4 Stanley Schultz, radio announcer for station KTUC, has been named to conduct the Tucson symphony orchestra In its first concert of the ·season, Dr. Alfred Atlonson, symphony president, announced today Schultz, who goes by the name Stan Norman In his radio broadcasting will face the task of whipping the orchestra into shape after the Tucson Federation of Musicians pulled its ~ Conductor Announcer To Aid Orchestra members, including Samuel S. Pain, from the orches- ia's ranks. The action came after the symphony society refused "o pay union musicians a small Delay Hearing w ^^ For Mexican . · · ' . : . . --Photo by Reggie Runtll Participating in the dedication-of Salpointe Catholic high school yesterday were, (left to right), RiBv. ! "VictbrR.Stoner, principal of. the school; Rev. Francis J. Green, psstor;. of'SS.; Peter '-Paul; church \ and vicar general of the diocese of Tucson; Bishop Daniel - J. Gercke; and Rev. Francis X. Donnelann, chancellor of the diocese. ; Korea Issue In Two States HELENAS Mont., Oct. 30-- (tf) -Rep. Wesley .A. D'Ewart, only Montana 'Republican '· to survive a raajor political battle' in'.1948. Is busy campaigning against' John J. Holmes; who Jed all Montana vote- getters that year. *· D'Ewart, who ranches,near Wil sail, is after. a fourth term from the second congressional district He defeated. Holmes in 1946 by 8,761 votes, but: just squeaked pas Democrat Willard Eraser :in 19-18 by 2,413 votes, , Holmes won re-election as state auditor two years ago. D'Ewart has been .blasting the Truman, administration's forelgi policy and blames the Korean.f ight injf-on what he calls "appeasement 1 of Communists. He also is pounding »t government spending and wha he calls creeping socialism. . H o l m e s , mixing campaign apeeches' with Irish-accent stories was-born In Ireland, is a formei ·tore owner, copper smelterman anct Great Falls life insurance man Holmes promises to go along with the Truman administration and wants to fight communism.and *rm this vision. country to prevent in- CHEYENNE, Wyo., Oct 30. (/Pi-The race of Wyoming's single congressional-seat has centered around allegations of who Is to blame for the Korean affair. . . T.he:.race. .was won -In 1948- by Democrat Frank. Barrett by slightly under. 3,000 votes. Barrett is running ; for -governor this year. Seeking to succeed him are'GOP State Rep, William Henry Harrison and ·- Democrat John Clark, son o£ Dr. John D.' Clark, orie' of President Truman's economic advisers. Harrison blames the administration for Korea. He accuses the government of harboring, Communist lympathlzers and says, "We ought to ship every one of the 6,000 alien Communists known to t£e FBI right back to Russia. Clark has'attacked the Republl- ' cans, Including Barrett, for falling; to, support the administration's Korean aid Plans. He Is also tear- ing.'lnto the Republicans for accusing the administration of being hojtlJe to private enterprise. He nays ^hose making such, charges "are embarrassed to see business enjoying Ity." Clark Is a Cheyenne attorney and former Democratic state chairman. Salpointe School Is Dedicated Here .'Salpqinfe'Catholic" high-school-on"-East Copper street was'dedicated''-yesterday 'afternoon with Most Rev.. Daniel J. .Gercke,:bishop,of-., the diocese of Tucson, blessing the 'building--and sprinkling holy water on the. cornerstone. A bust of Bishop John Baptiste Salpointe, for whom-the school was named, was unveiled'by Fred Ronstadt, who had known th bishop. An oil painting of Bishoj Gercke ·was unveiled by his great niece, Mary Leslie of Tucson.. The bust, painting and a plaqu of Abraham Lincoln, all now to-be viewed in the school halls, were the work of C. S. Paolo,. Tucson painter and sculptor, who was In trpduced by Bishop Gercke. The main address was given b Dr. 0. K. Garretson, dean of the college 'of education at the Unl versity of.'Arizona. The exercises were concluded with the blessing and raising-of the American-flag on a pole presented by Tucson assembly of fourth degree Knights of Columbus, The Knights tired In capes swords, formed of Columbus, at- and ' with drawn a military guard unprecedented prosper- Wife Of Caballeros' President Is Dead WICKENBURG, Oct. 30. ((?)--Lor- ·ena Smith, wife of Rush Smith of AVlckenburg, president of the Desert Caballeros, died yesterday in'- the Mayo clinic at Rochester, Minn. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Smith is survived by two sons, Waiter of Wickenburg and Riish Jr. of Spencer, Io\va. Mrs. Smith was born at Spencer ·ncl'was a graduate of Wellesley college. She and her husband moved here 'four years ago from Dundee, Ili'She helped organize and for the past three years was president of the Wickenburg chapter of;;the American ^Association of University Women. Funeral services will be -held in for the- ceremony. Tells Of Work Rev. Stoner told of Bishop Sal- jolnte's work In the southwest, of how he left France In 1859 and was. stationed here' in 1866 after trip-of one month and one day rom Santa Fe. .He , later.'became rchbishop of Santa 1 Fe,-;-. serving - territory,. ..extending from · Utah to Mexico and from !Yuma to west- urn Texas. ... Bishop Salpointe resigned; in 1895 and died here three years ater. . · ' - . -Rev. Stoner told' of Bishop Sal- JOinte's interest in schools and of us:'efforts to provide education to hose in .his diocese. , ' Bishop Gercke said Sjalpolnte ilgli school marks only a Beginning n a secondary educational program hat will not only be a blessing to the present generation but to those ;o follow. : " · ' .Tribute was paid to the leader- ihip of Rev., Stoner and to'the mests, sisters and members of congregations who had 'made the school possible..- . .'. Outlines I*ast 'The..part that the- church has played 4n dissemination, of. both religious and secular; knowledge was stressed by Dr. Garretsori who asserted that dedication of the school was : a continuing symbol of,-the interest of the church in education. Participating in the dedicatory BABY CHICKS services was a girls' choir.from the school. The school, erected at a cost : of approximately $-100,000, was opened Sept. 11. There are 177 enrolled and facilities for nearly 500. There are at present only ninth and 10th grades but an llth grade will',be adder] next year and a 12th grade in 1952. A separate building houses a cafeteria which can seat 180. A-gymnasium will later be added to that structure. Sisters of Charit}', Sisters -of Charity of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Sisters of St. Joseph are seated on the school faculty. Polio Stricken Woman Gives Birth To Girl A one-week postponement in the hearing of the case of Rodolfo Na- ·arro-Rivera was given in the U. S. district court by Judge Howard C. Speakman today. Raul Castro, attorney for N* varro-Rlvera;-pleaded that the man riad been detained. In jail since Sept. 19, awaiting a ruling-of the 1 commissioner··-, of immigration .-'. In Washington,'-D.-- C. , -As-'the'.-man 1 wanted to return ;to Mexico, there was no reason to wait, for:the- rul : ing, but merely, deport him, Castro said. - . ; : . - . -: 1 . - . . ' ; . -' . ·K. Berry Peterson, U. S, district attorney on - criminal matters, pointed out. that the delay was because of the wait for the ruling. Judge Speakman .ruled that if no word was received within one week,- the .hearing would be- set, and the petition granted,' as immigration officials would have had ample "time to-review .the case. Usher, Vaudeville Vet, Dies 1 Of Heart Attack ' .SANTA-MONICA,-Calif., Qct 30. (JP)--Funeral arrangements being made today for Harry Usher, 59-year-old vaudeville .veteran who died Saturday night of .«.heart attack, -, ·· Usher collapsed shortly after he and his widow, Frances, had fto ished their mind-reading act at the Biitmore;bowl in Los Angeles; It was the same act which established a record run at. New York's Palace theater when vaudeville was: at its peak; ·.The actor's 85-year-old mother, Mrs. Buth Usher, is due to arrive here from Brooklyn · for · the funeral. . Usher also leaves -a son, Harry Jr., and a 'brother, Fred Usher, living- In' New' York. Limestone,' Me., site of a U. S. Air Force base; is'700 feet above sea level. . ' " ' . N reimbursement fee asked by the union. The first concert Is scheduled for Nov. 21, and as yet no change has been made in the date. How- aver, Schultz presumably has the privilege of asking for more time f it is needed. Nineteen key members Lof the orchestra, in addition to Fain, have left. Schultz is a new arrival to Tucson. His Work with KTUC includes sports broadcasting, which he did extensively in the East before coming here. He holds a 1933 doctor of philosophy degree from Harvard university In orchestral music 'and has-:conducted".orches tras in Boston, Akron, Cleveland and Pittsburgh on various occa sions · when ;he could free 'hlmsel from radio work. WESTERN ELECTRIC HEARING AIDS Designed by Belt Telephone Laboratories Try the New AUDIVOX AUDTPHONE CO. 197 E. Toolo Ave. Ph. 3-2011 at the 6th Avc. Subway Jailed With No Fags, Quits Job PHILADELPHIA, Oct. 30. (ff) --Frank Di Donjtls, who was sentenced to serve 1870'days In jail in lieu of a $1,870 fine" for driving an ovefloadsd truck, ha» quit his Job. The 26-year-old truck driver arrived back home from Elkhart; Ind., yesterday after'serving just eight days of his sentence. He was released on the order of Circuit Judge William B. Wider. Judge Wider instructed DI Donatis to change his plea from guilty, to Innocent and set him free.in his own recognizance pending his "trial by jury. Di Donatis said after his arrival here that he had decided to quit his job 'with the Aiello Bros, trucking firm "because they didn't even send me a clgaret while I was in ja.il" He plans, however, to continue as a truck driver,, ha said. "Under Indiana law, the truck Fine'Men's Wear : GIFTS 50cto$100. BEAUTIFULLY GIFT WRAPPED FREE FREE DELIVERY Anywhere in'U. S. A, FREE PARKING BOSTON, OcL 30. ()--A young New Hampshire wife, whose legs have, been .paralyzed by polio, yes-l ;erclay gave birth to a 7-pound 6»|| ounce daughter. Doctors at Lying-in hospital saldl Mrs. Reginald Sharpe, 24, of Stratham and the infant are "doing fine.". Mrs. Sharpe, who also has a 20- month-old son,' will return to children's hospital for polio treatments. . ' · ' ' ; MORE JOBS for MORE PEOPLE VOTE 308 Y E S Q ArizonaWorkmun'i Comptnurion Commit)" -- t. p.- t«x 3MI, Phomtx-:A. J. From, Ttmp.) GM.'PUfctrlno/.Ytjma; OcaJ'Ha^.l, V/inttowj Jdck Procter, Tucienj VHTIM Poittr, fhtwnlK, 8 Hacienda Dei Sol In th« Cstalma Foothilli 9 Miles from Tucson Ranch Hotel ' . American Pian OPEN NOVEMBER 1st Catering fo private parties dinners luncheon* Cuisina. and location lend themselves to .charming,: informal entertaining ; Telephone :5-1503" for rese'rvations Our .new heated swimming pool open early in December. durHon iatlg ffittfira Mt'ndiy Evtnlng, Out. 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