Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 24
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Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
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Dailn' Qtiliztn .MONDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 30, 1950 Southeastern Arizona correspondents: Benson--Mrs: Jessie Miller Bisbee-Warren--ton A. J,-Gilbert, 107 Vista Warren Bisbet-Warren--Hugh K«y«, Phoo« 707 Sftfford--Mr». Vem B-srryhlll, Phons 174 Tombstohe--Stephen Holeva Jr.. Phone 2551 Willcox--Mr*. Betty Jo'Hart, Phone 275-W Willcox Garden Club Is Host Tucson Youth Is Announced Southern Federation Leader Rodeo Champ 1 . ^ V ,, " ' ' ' ' ' · ' ' i j, ' - . . I * . ' - \ · Benson CC Picks Industrial Committee To Boost Growth In answer to a 'recent appeal to the city.council that something be done about people soliciting funds from residents o f . Benson, -a re port--from'Andy ,0rr, city clerk disclosed the council had taken the matter under... advisement Ordinances are being . s e c u r e d from other towns with reference to ths situation. The local council is expected to choose from th«se sample ordinances the best committee ap- one for use here. A membership pointed at the meeting, to canvas the town for new members and delinquent dues includes Russell Jennings, St. David; J. A. Hibbs and Manuel'Pinto, downtown Benson; Kathryn Spillane, Riverside; and Lyn Hargrave, west side, - ' A. motion carried that the chamber go on-record as voting "yes" on .referendum. 100. This refer- ·nduzn is the state banking amendment ' ' - " . _ . ' ' A letter .was read from united States Chamber of Commerce,, western' division, .requesting 'that the Benson chamber appoint, a national ' councillor. : Harry Lafoon ·wa* .'appointed. . . ' An invitation to attend the annual dinner of the Blsbee. chamber was received. Chamber,President R. J. .(Dick), Ixpshire preslSed. '! BENSON, Oct. 30.--H. J. Bradley Jr., editor and publisher of the San Pedro Valley News,, was appointed chairman of an industrial.com- nUttee at the Thursday night meeting of the Bensoii Chamber of Commerce. He will he -assisted by a co-chairman, Tom Allen, and Bill Per- Wh's.^committee member. For quite some time the local chamber has been -Interested in bringing nev Industries, to the , already fa's growing town of Benson, and this coiimilttee will be expacted to lay the' -ground work, for new entef prlsei.'··; Preliminary Steps toward one iueh venture'are already un Atr ! way, tl Is thought a public announcement of the project wil be'.-made shortly, Bradley said yes terday. BISBEE,- Oct.' 30^--The Cochise Community Concert association-has just announced i the confirmation of programs chosen for the 1950-51 concert-series at the Douglas high school auditorium. Three ' concerts " will be presented "as "follows: Wednesday, Dec % 6, Alfred' and Herbert' Teltschlks,'' comparatively new but successful duo-piano team, Who transport themselves and their, pianos in a specially jon- structed- bus, Monday evening, Feb. S^Rey and Gomez,, yeterans " ~ 'WILLCOX, Oct. 30.--The Willcox'Garden club entertained Mrs. Fred Bagley of Tucson," southern district chairman of the Arizona-Federation of Garden Clubs', at Its meeting-^Friday in the home of Mrs. South United Hawes, Clark In School Jobs BENSON, Oct. 30.--A total of 27 votes was cast here Saturday to re-elect; A. L'. Hawes chairman of the grammar. school board.'for an- bther three-year' period. . There was one write-in. Combined; votes cast in Pome- ?ehe and Benson elected Harold Clark of Pomerene chairman of the" Benson five-man high school soard Qf education over Wallace East by a 48-32 count Tfie' term IB for five years... Clark.will re- Mace D. G. Crawford who did liot seek re-electionl ' · ' · Mr. and Mrs. Clark came to San Pedro Valley -in 1946 and, have since owned and operated the Pomerene grocery store. Clark js now nela n his third year as postmaster of!," ere the village and was acting' post- American, of European, Canadian and Statts concerts. These Latin dancers will offer a varied evening of authentic Basque, Flamenco and Mexican dances; classic -boleros, and a condensed version-of De FaUa's ballet, "Love, the :Magician." Friday evening, Mar. 2, one of Community Concerts' young artists, Edna Phillips, the American TOluratura soprano who .is expected to step into Lily Pons' place in the*..Tiot too' distant future. Tickets -will be mailed over 400 members eariy'ln 'November. Andrew Bettivy Services Held LITTLE ROCK, Ark, Oct. 30. (IP) --The funeral jf Andrew Bettwy, 56, one-time Arizona state senator from Santa 'Cruz county, will be held.at First Presbyterian church, afternoon. Burial will that. -.and master one year prior to Their daughters, shirlene Joyce, attend .the sixth -and fourth jrades, respectively of the ! Pom- :rene elementary grade school. : Chauncey Jones was -re-elected m the Pomerene school board with :7 votes to Ernest Sherman's 23. In St. /David Alfred Judd was e-elected president of the school joard'with 84 votes.-to^52 for his opponent, Sid' McGuire. .. The St. David board serves both the high school and grammar-school.. RATS ABE COSTLY : . MILWAUKEE-i-The average .rat is sald'to eat and destroy $22 worth of .prprerty a year. Southeastern Radio Dial KAWT--D0CG1AS .1450 ' KGLU -- BAFFORD KSUN --LOWKLL MOSDAiTNIGEP t:N Cltizcni Comm. ·:H cm«ni Comm. CM Vote* otriruton* f :· Voln n Blnnw Music Brucl BrocXttt Voio otTiruunt* Volw of Flrwton* Nm rulton-: . . . Monry for rutur» Sum Bayu T:M Teltphon* Hour »;ll T«JtBhon«-Houi- 1:5 Douilx K»dln Forum T-.4I Pouum R»alo ronim ? dephone Hour elephoBi Hour Candjr Mstion Cindy MtUon . Onbrlel Huttr . 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Singing Down .The goad .Singing Down Th* Bead Cecil -Brown ' News Lean Back and Listen Romenuuier Harmonl** . . Kate Smith Speak* Lannv. Ross Calls . . TeU ^our Nclehbor . ,' Gabriel Heatter'a Maflba«_ Newspaper of the Air 1 Sincerlv yours MorninR Serenade Mornlnx Serenade 5TCTESDAX AFTERNOON 8 :00 Double or Nothing nil-Double nr Notblng 12:90 Fiesta Tim* 11:49 News Double or Nothing Double or Notblng Bob Eberly News . News Songs ol Praise Queen For A Day Queen Fo; A Day 1:00 LU* Can Be Beautiful 1:11 Road ol Uie 1:90 Popper Yountf'a FamQy _1!4» Right to Happiness Life Can Be Buutlful Road of Ufo Pepper -Young RlSht to Kappbieu Ladles Pair Ladles Fair United Nation* Siesta Time »:00 Backstage Wli* 1:15 Stella Dalla* 1:90 Lorenzo Jonea . 1:49 Young WJdder Brawn Eackgtage Wll* Stella Dallas Lorenzo Jcne* Voung WlcSderBrown Bands For Bonds Harvey Harding' Sinn Chuckle WaBon Chuckle Wagon . . be in National cemetery: Bettwy, a veteran of both World wars, died in the Arkansas Baptist hospital here.yesterday of.a heart aihnent He, had been'admitted to the hospital a'week ago. "At the -tune of his death he was Arkasas representative of the American Diamond Corp. Bettwy served in the Arizona state legislature as senator from Santa Cruz county "for two terms* being elected in. 1926 ana again, Jn 1928. -Tw;o years later he'.was an unsuccessful candidate for. Democratic nomination; for 'goyernor-of Arizona. In 1931 he started a daily morning newspaper In Phoenix, but soon after gave up that .venture arid returned 'to his real estate and insurance business, in Nogales, Ariz. ' . . . · Bettwy; had come to Nogales -as a member of the 12th TJ. S. infantry in. which he-had' enlisted: on Feb. 15, 1911. At'the. end of his three-year enlistment period he was honorably discharged and -left Nogales for the University of Arizona, where he was a student until Pancho .Villa began his border, raids from Mexico. " ..-·.- He left the'university-and .reenlisted in the 12th infantry for service ^qn .the border. .-.·' He served in the'"army during World War I and returned to Nogales -where he established his'home. He owned a ranch near ' Nogales. When World War II came along Bettwy went back into active-service. He came out- of : that '-war' with the rank of: rcolonel. .. «. ., ' .About 10:years ago ^/he" left Nogales. Before coming to Arkansas he had engaged .in the' real estate business in Texas and Oklahoma. Bettwy's ,first wife, Mrs.. Mary Bettwy,-is county recorder of Santa Cruz county,-Ariz. .'He is survived' by his 'second .wife,- Mrs. Julia Bettwy of Little Rock; two sons by. his'first marriage; .Andrew L. Bettwy, air attorney in .'P.hoe- · nix, Ariz., and.,William'Bettwy, Arlington, Va., : ':"a':pilot for;..'ithe American Airlines; his mother and two brothers in Altoona, Pa.', where he was born'Sept. 24, 1894, Elks 'New Sponsors Of Scout Troop At Bisbee BISBEE, -Oct..30,--Troop,6,-Boy, Scouts of America, will meet .for the -first time today under its new sponsorship, Blsbee Elks lodge. The troop's charter with« the. First Baptist church, sponsor for 10 years, .recently- expired. " -. ·The Scouts will-meet at "their regular placer the- recreation cen- »:oo Music »:1S Portia race* Llf* »:» Dr. Pau) I:4S Del Porter Lets Get Together . Portia- Dr -Paul Heurt to Heart Hour News ' " . Mutual Music Jack Kirkwood Show Jack Klrkwood Show _ 4:00 Welcome Traveler 4:15 Welcome Traveler 4:10 Aunt Mary 3:46 Easy Rhytan Welcome Travelew Welcome Travelert Aunt Marv Bhythm Kanch Hillbilly Hoedowu frank Hemingway Hlllbllly Hoedo'ra . Sam Hayes 5:15 News »:90 News of the World »:4.1 Richard Harknen . "News and Sport* News oi the World Studio Party . Straight Arrow Stralsht Arrow Sky KlnK Bkv King P I A N O S Just Received! One car- \ load of Grands, Uprights and Spinets, to go oh sale Monday morning, Oct. 30 SAVE PBOM '100*300 T E R M S ter. They will participate in- the community · parade; and Halloween carnival."at·'· the center tomorrow. A ; 'party will be held'Monday under "the. social manager's direction.' · · \ Victor ^'Shaver. Proceding the me . president, was hpstess at a lunch i Included IMmes. Bagley,' Marcellu DuBoIs, vice-president, · ; and -,, Jes Stewart,-"corresponding secretary, - After the, luncheon. Mrs. 'Bagle 1 was "taken "on a short tour, incluti ! Ing , visits" to 'valley hospital, th city building and Memorial park ' These three projects have beej . landscaped and planted by th 1 Willcox cluh. - The tour ended at the home o Mrs. Browning and her son, Mack I where the garden -Is filled witi Accident Tol Adds 5 Lives By United Press Arizona's :1950 highway death toll climbed to 250 today afte week-end traffic.'accidentsv.clalme five lives. The toll compared to 20 on the, same date last year. 'The victims: Claude ' Dorat, 25, Phoenix; Bi ford Honyumtewa, 1, Tuba City James A. Mathews Jr. and Larrv RItt, 19,' both of, Phoenix; and,J. C Harvey, 35) 'address unknown. - Dorat was kOIed last night whe his car 'struck another vehicle an crashed into- a utility pole in north east Phoenix. The, Honyumtewa child wa killed in Flagstaff when he wa struck by a truck driven by Tim mie Cordova, 20, Flagstaff.' Th child and his. family, all HopI In dlans, were visiting the norther Arizona city. · . Mathews was fatally injure when- the jeep in which he wa riding, overturned near Klrklan Junction, State highway patrolme said the boy was returning wit relatives and friends from a hunting trip. ' ' . Ritt was killed Saturday nigh when the jalopy he was ridin struck .« '-utility, pole after, tearin down a fence and jumping an irr gation ditch. The driver, Troy Wood, 22, Phoenix, escaped with minor .Injuries. ' · . . · ; .Harvey was killed when a.ca struck him as he. was crossing a street : In Phoenix. Police -later ar rested a man. Identified as Jesu Medina. Salano, 33, Mesa, for "in vestlgation of negligent homicide Salano wag- picked up In Tempe; Graham Men Cop At Rodeo . CHANDLER, · Oct. so. · (uj-- A crowd .ot : 1 V 500 watched the Gila coiinty mounted ' sheriff 's. posse walk off with, top. roping ..honors at -the semi-annual state-wide sheriff s posse roundup .here yesterday. Teams from Yuma, Gfla, Graham, Yavapal and Cochlse -counties competed in the event; sponsored by iie Phoenix and Southside Maricopa .county sheriff's posses. Gila county's aggregate winning time was 350,6 seconds in the -calf ind steer 'roping /events. The Southside posse placed second. A special, trophy- wentjto the" Yuma osse as the .best mounted parade jroup during Saturday's openhig Darade. Leroy Tucker, a member of the jfila team, won Individual calf ·oping honors after turning In a .2.7 second performance. Dale in'd Max Smith of Graham county won teart honors with ,14.4 sec- mds.- Sheriff Jack Jones of Gila coun- y and Joe BasSett won the spe- Jal sherif's-' roping contest with Sheriff Skeef Bowman and Dale smith of Graham county placing econd. 3i«6ec Square Dancers Hold Graduation Party BISBEE, ,0ct. 30.-- "Docey do ind swing your partner" will be he call at the country club square ancers' -graduation party Thurs- lay evening. .: Invited guests will be the-Doug- 33 ' Spinning - Wheel V club and ^omfistone Promenaders. , ' Joe ; Diffie's orchestra will ,fur- lish; the music,, with dancing beginning at 8 p.m. Refreshments ?ill be served. · ieting'-Mrs. William- Bachellor, club eon in tlie hotel coffee shop. Guests S , , - ; s beautiful . ,dahllas and ,, numerous other -flowers. According to Mrs. f Bagley, there is no prettier garden · Inrthe state. -e During the meeting Mrs. Whoot- . en, a member, read - an original i poem. It was announced a miscel- e laneous' harvest , festival! will , be held by the -club In the- Willcox f Woman's club building at 2 -p. m. , Friday, Nov. 17. All state officers i are invited to attend. Around Arizona ·PHOENIX, Oct. 30. (U,R)-- Police were on the lookout today for two gunmen who held up a liquor store clerk and escaped with $465. Clifford S. Robinson, 45, clerk at ^Mae's. Liquor store' No. 2, said the holdup pair pulled a gun .on htm, took the day's, receipts and locked him in a restroom. . . - The .pair, he told : -officers, looked alike' and could have been twins. . - ' - . . ' - · .PHOENIX, Oct. 30. {U.B-- Dr. Frederick Payne Perkins, ,former state : , superintendent of public health, died here last . night after a brief illness. He was 69, Death, came, at Papago Park veterans hospital. He was a 'resident ' of Scottsdale. , . ... ' Born': in Batesville, Miss., Dr., Perkins: served, as a medical corps colonel with the Bushmasters, .Arizona national guard regiment, dtir: ing World War.TI. · ; ST. ' JOHNS, Oct. 30. (U.PJ-- The t newest link on U.S. highway 666 was open to traffic today following £ dedication ceremonies 30 miles ^ northeast of here yesterday. 1 The section, between St. Johns c and Sanders, was dedicated at a jarbecUe celebration at Water- -1 witch Well turnoff between the r two towns. .'The story 6f the 20-' year struggle by -residents of the J area to get the section graded arid paved was told by Justice Levi S. Udall of the Arizona supreme, court. ' , · . - i Three steers were barbecued l and the St. John's Mandolin and ? Guitar club, oldest musical' organ- ' za lion, In Arizona, presented Zuni ° ndian dancers and music. , The highway is the first turnoff ' for Phoenix westbound traffic on ] U. S. highway 66. J PRESCOTT, Oct, 30, (5^-JD - r !te wart, who- has. been lost '.in the c Jorse Thief basin area since last l Friday evening, when he wandered ? way from a hunting party at the u Cole camp, has hot been found, a ccording to the. Yavapal county h'eriff's office. , . ' .' · ? Deputy Sheriff Clyde A. McDoh- * aid of Mayer, who is in charge of * tie posse which has been search- ng for :the. elderly Stewart since 4 le was reported missing, said his i jroup would continue the search J oday,. . . . . Stewart, ..who is believed to",be bout 70 years old, ls.-a resident of s Buckeye. . . . . . . ° FLAGSTAFF, -Oct. 30." (ff)--Slx -H man-cause'd" ; fires ; kept. Coconlrio n ational'' forest "crews busy over B le week end'. ." ·. ' ' ·· · c Largest -covered 8 acres south f Ft, -.Valley., forest. - experiment f ation ' -about 8 miles west of lagstaff. ' . Small 1 ^fires ,were reported, near Woody ' mountain, west · of . Flag- ' taff and north of 'Camp -Kit Car- si on; east of the .city 3 miles and Y outh of het-e at Fry canyon on C the , Oak; Creek -Canyon road. Ir A fire on Kaibab. national forest h( miles northwest of . Volunteer Lookout Saturday burned 26 acres, si Hunters-: caused;: most- of the In ires, 'officials said. · ' ' "" . v · J1 -^_ · _ . · ' ^ ·FLAGSTAFF, Oct. 30. (ff-- Ari- in istrlct meeting,. -In : Phoenix Sun- ay, Nov. 18, Dist. Gov. Platt.Ch'ne f Flagstaff said today;"-' The meeting will be held at otel Adams. · · . ' - , - · ; .There are 'toa'stmasters'"clubs in T 'lagsta'ff,.-,-Prescott ) Tucson, -.Yuma, 1 jo, 'Mesa, and -four in Phoenix. 1 r PHOE^IX/Oct; 30. yP)--Mel 'Potter,''15-year-old Tucson cowboy, today 'holdSj the all ; around champion ship for boys in. the fifth'annual championship junior rodeo, Ispon sored by the Phoenix 20-30 club. ialla .'Roberts, 11,.-. Phoenix copped top honors among-the girls entered, in the evenf " " : A record ,63, contestants-vled~for top'honors In the, rodeo events., Winners la yesterday's final events: Boys' calf roping,- 5, to 13 years (l]r Vennon, Hawkins, Elfrida; (2) Gene Eaton, Casa Grande; (3) Don. nie Nichols, Gilbert.' Cloverleaf: (1) Vernon-Hawkins, Elfrida; (2) Danny Narramore, Palo Verde; (3) Harold Payne Jr., Chandler; · Boys' steer roping, 14 to 16 years: (1) David Nix,-Phoenix; (2) Mel Potter; Tucson; (3) Ray Sundust, Laveen. Steer,riding, 14 to 16 years: (1) Frank Erramuzpe, Gilbert; (2) Neal Johnson, Phoenix; (3) Lou Loerzel, .Phoenix.. Team roping: (1) Marvin Gragg, Tucson, and Mel. Potter, Tucson; (2) 'John Hall and .Gary Carney, both of Chandler; (3). Hank Davis, Tucson, ,and Donny Nichols, Gilbert. Calf riding,"6 to '.'13 years: (1). Lalla Roberts, Phoenix; (2) Howard Lambert, Phoenix; (3) Torn Ramsey,' Tempe. ' . , . Father and son team' roping: (1) Claude and,Gary Burson, Scottsdale; Joe and Bob Lambert, Phoenix; · (3) Ross Stuart and his nephew, Phil Stockton, both of Phoenix. Forest Blaze Under Control .YOUNG, Oct. 30. OJ.ra--A small forest fire in Tonto, national forest was brought under, control early today after, it. burned 150, acres o* tinder dry' timber. ; Perl Cttarles, assistant forest supervisor said about 40 men would remain on the fire lines to prevent the flames from breaking out again. . . The fire, he said, was first reported yesterday afternoon 15 miles north of here. It was apparently started by hunters. Fifty men and a bulldozer battled the flames late yesterday and last night .and reported.tBe blaze under control early this morning. - Forest officials renewed their warning to hunters and campers to use clgarets and campfires with caution. Charles said the forest was unusually dry because of a lack 'J o f rain. . . · ' · · . , ' · ' Strike Threai ff At Phoemx BISBEE, Oct: 30.--A formal ceremony^Ag.read Saturday, morning at St. Patrick's Catholic church,'uniting 1n iharriage^Misi Helen P.avJo-, vich, daughter-of Mrs."Nellie"Pavloyich, -and -'JotarFauland, Jr., Jon^of Mr. and.Mrs. John Fauland/Sr^.all-of Bisbee.1The rites were-solemnized- by Key.-John L. Howard. George,Allen*, accompanied by-Mr».'.'M*fy Maker,'organist.Nfiang' "Ave Maria," "Panis" AngeUcus" and- "Off". This Day, O Beautifiii Mother." · The bride, glven''in marriage by her brother, Nick/ chose a .white slipper gown- fashioned' wlthvlong sleeves ending In calls', lily points and full skirt ending in a train) Her long veil was edged ir. lace and'was held in place by a tiara of pleated veiling. She carried a white prayer- book and colonial bouquet of giant white mums edged, in rosettes of lace net: · Slster'Mafcron Of Honor. Mrs. Joseph Proctor, sister of the bride, was matron o f ' honor. : She was attired'in an aqua : Satin gown identical, to the .bride's. She wore a pink satin and net colonial cap, pink net gloves and carried a colonial bouquet of pink· .carnations, edged with pink net. Jana Deddens. was train bearer, She wore a floor-length gown of white organdy fashioned with tiny ruffles. Her bonnet-was of white organdy and she wore White net mitts. ' · . . - · George Sickle served the bridegroom 'as best man 'and ushers were Louis and Leo Pavlovich, Droth'ers of the b r i d e . · ' · ' ' Mrs. Pavlovich, mother of the bride, .chose a,yellow silk print dress and .wore black accessories nd gardenia corsage. Mrs. F'auland, mother of the bridegroom, wore a pink and black crepe gown with jlack accessories and white corsage. Reception Held A 'reception was: held following ;he' ceremony at the home of the Bride's parents. Miss Stella. Pavlovich presided at the guest book. The young couple left on a wneymoo'n on the west coast ^nd will reside in. San Diego, Calif., where th5 bridegroom is employed. Mrs. Fauland attended- the Bis- 3ee schools'and was secretary in the law office of Anthony, T. Ded- deris. Mr. Fauland" is a recent graduate of Arizona state college it Tempe and a veteran of World War U. Bisbee Wo man'sGolf Luncheon Tomorrow BISBEE,. Oct 30.- uncheon .day for -Tomorrow is the Woman's ·Jolf club. Mrs. James .Maffeo, resident, will preside' at the business session. . Mrs. Waldo' Dicus s in' charge of the line-up, teeing iff at 9 a.m. - 30: U.»4-A threatened rtrilce by Metropolitan Bus Llne», Inc., drivers wa* called off early today when" drivers voted to accept « new 14-month contract. _ t . A 'spokesman for local 1433, Amalgamated Association of Street, ' Electric Railway Motor Coach employes,, said the- pact called for a' 5-ceht-an-hour Increase for eight monhts ; and Increase for months. · ' The contract 3». retroactive to Ocf 16. -Drivers had .threatened.. to strike this morning if their demands were: not met. They- had: asked for a 15-ce'nt-an-hour increase. The drivers met early this -morning to consider a ;"basis of settlement" reached at a meeting -between union and company representatives, last night. , a 2%-cent-an-hour th»' remaining. «fo:' more States Southwest Medics Schedule Election - PHOENIX, · Oct 30. CU.R) --Election of officers was the final order of business'.today. as the 32nd; annual-convention of -'the Southwestern Medical association approached adjournment. - ^_ . . Scheduled '· today were talks . by leading United scientists. Election of officers (was set for noon. , : In sessions yesterday, Dr.' Stewart Wolf of New York City spoke on the role of the intern as a psychiatrist. He- said doctors can do a beter Job., if they understand V their 'patients' emotional a n d hereditary backgrounds. : Another speaker,' Dr. George Piness of Los Angeles, said one.- of the chief problems, facing both ' the physician treating asthmatic cases and the patient, is, a lack 'of co-operation and ; unclerstanding. "Top oftenj" he, said, "the doctor doesn't take .the time- to understand fully his, patient's problem."-. XUN.GSTEN EXPORT , BUENOS AIRES -- Argentina's most important:, metal export .a« , tungsten, used- in hardening. «teel. Gabrielson Says Demos Have S o f t Pedal On NEW YORK,. Oct. 30. (/fh-Guy George Gabrielson,' chairman of the Republican national committee, says the Democrats are. soft-pedaling "their socialist-proposals".until after. the. elections. .-..Gabrielson made his : first New York state campaign address'yes- terday -before a meeting of the Women's National Republican club He said the Democrats are afraid "talk about their socialist pro gram anymore" and that Preslden Truman has seen that Americans "are opposed' to his trends." .. Issues which the GOP-chairman said .the Democrats now are.no outwardly supporting includec "high taxes and deficit spending' which he termed parts of "the Tru man -program- of socialism," the Brannari farm plan and federal compulsory' health insurance. Christmas Suggestion, Other Classes Begun BISBEE, Oct. 30.--A Christmas suggestion, club will begin in the YWCA at .9:30 a.m; Thursday. Mrs. Claude Cupiss will be Instructor. Interested women will be taught low to make novel gifts. Mrs. Alma Johnson will hold a slipcover class, with simple sewing included, at 9-30 a.m. Friday. Miss Margaret HoltTwiU start, a ieeping fit class at the/YWCA. All jiterf'sted .areijiskedf-.to · enroll... ·', COMPLETE STOCK ARMSTRONG'S ASPHALT TILE B-Tile -- 4 Colors SPECIAL 3 DAYS ONLY C EACH RUBBER TILE MISCELLANEOUS COLORS CARPETING TEXTTJEED BROADLOOM WALL to WALL-- All Wool FACE CARPET *95 Several Patterns LEATHERETTE STO PLASTIC REMNANTS LET'S HAVE EQUALIZED TAX ASSESSMENTS! W. I. (Bill) Bunlap stands for taking unjust tax assessmenta from the backs of home owners. Let's have equalization of assessments; . \ Practical SPINETS "Walnut or Blond per [ ·. Upright PRAOICE PUNOS J 98.00 per week GRANDS Fine Finishes In Mahogany, *495 Complete , . . , .Stock,of.. , - i3onoYer, CaW«" " 'Wurlltzer. and Jewe French . Spinet* ·t Special Prices: PIANO RENTALS COUSINS 625 N. Fourth Are. · ' . i ' - . · ' ' · · ; , - \ . i ; · . ' County Candidates Rally : : ' " . · ' ; .' with . . ; ; ;.SENATOR HcFARLAND and ANA FROHHILLER -- «· , MONDAY, OCTOBER 30 f Af 7 p.m. -- Amphifhealer High School Auditorium, Prince Rd. Al 8:30 p.m. ~»Tucson Iports Center, W. Congress Sf, Meet and near your Democratic candidates for Ptmacounty offices* · JUDGE OF tTEPEBIOB 11 COUKC Lee Garrett J. Mercer Johnson · STATE ^BHVATOE Thomas, Collins . ' William F. Kimball · BtTPEKIOR.': COCKS'. CLERK - - , . Belle JD. 7 Hall · SHERIFF - Frank AicX^rman.' ' '· .TBEASUBEE Carroll H. Christian. " t KECOBDEB Sulllnger · COUNTY ATTORNEY Robert (Bob) MorrlioB · OOTUTTI ASSB8SOB I/«o J. Finch '· coT7jtrr s CHOP i/,- , , SOTEBEyTENDEOT Florence Keece ^ · SUPERVISOR' · " , Homer Boyd (Dttt-l)" Lambert · Kautenberger (Dist?) -- ' . L ^' 'v .? '· JUSTICE OF PEACE. June* M. Howtar* ' ' i STATE BEPBESEXTATIVpS Eno§ P. Schaffer Bobert H. Prick P«nl J. BUer ' John JS. Hardwlcka Rob'erf It Forbc« Jame* N. Corbett Bichard S. Bennett "_ Marrin.-Ii. Barton. "'Louli J. McAJJister Ray Martin Margin KrPrice ' David O. Watkfas Frank G. Boblc. OOXSTABLE! Ed. P. BcboJ« (Pet Ho."«) For continued good government vote the Democratic Ticket on November 7

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