Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on April 30, 1963 · Page 15
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TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 30, 1963 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N Unscramble these four Jumbl»v ·nc letter to each square, to for* f«»ur ordinary word*. WHAT THE FEMALE TRACK HER HODJUC !CJ^ ftidii unrain / THE «!·«* · . TM CM«*fo Tmwa*. ^ ^\ \ / ^ ^^^·*BW**W**^ i-iBB *aW*BM|||^^^^ Now arrarif* the circled letttn to form th« turpriM aiuwcr, a* iuf rested by the above cartoon. s^V^ J /"^ s^ V ^ V V ·^^s v ^ f \ \^ j ' ^ (Anjwerg tomorrow) Jumble.! SNARL WHOOP ANSWER LICHEN Answer! Whtt, ax fngUtttfutm drop, litem, you noiwr ·*«w« Mficjr--HIS H'S FOOD AND YOUR HEALTH GO HAND IN HAND Dr. Fredrick Stare--Nutritional Expert Read him in the TUCSON DAILY CITIZEN , CONSTITUTION OR SOCIALISM PAGE IS This Is Year Of Decision, Says State GOP Chief By CHARLES GUDAITIS Citizen Political Writer State Republican Chairman Keith Brown believes this is the year. "Arizona people want to stand up and be counted as to whether they w a n t r constitutional government or socialism by 1968." His remark was directed at the Pima County Republican Club yesterday at the Pioneer Hotel, as he bid party workers to reach into all segments of the community for party support. He assured them the party was moving toward elections this year and next with the greatest ; statewide strength in history. "We have, a potential Republican president In Arizona (Sen. Barry Gbldwater), 1 ' he declared. ''We have ' a real foundation to build on.. Our job is to elect all Republicans to office--and each office is just as Important as the other." , Brown promised the assistance of.-his state headquarters in forming committees for business and the professions. He said they would supplement the efforts of block workers. Brown spoke of Republicans haying "a tremendous competitive advantage over Democrats" in that Republicans were thinking in the same direction of constitutional government and conservatism. To a question of where right wingers stood in the party, Brown said they were needed "just as much as those not: as far to the right." A member of the audience, Walter .Fathauer, interjected that his believed the record would show, that the bulk of Arlzqnans in the John Birch Society was registered in the Democratic party. In running' through the party strength at all levels, Brown paused itb pay tribute to Pima County Sen. H. S. Corbett as "a watchdog of the university so successfully and so long." He then charged that Corbett's efforts were hampered by the Pima Democratic senator, Sol Ahee, who he said was "drumming up a witch hunt" over the Welfare Department during the last legislative session while matters were still in court. "He (Ahee) showed he was not working for Pima County but for his political ambitions," Brown asserted. In discussing the three party-building essentials of money, candidates and organization, Brown said that if the party put up four or five times as much money next year as it did in 1962, it could elect a congressman "despite Mo Udall's name." He was referring to the prominence of the Udall name in Democratic politics. As for GOP candidates, he said "it is not too early now to start . filling the entire slate." ' In the field of organization, he suggested a permanent downtown committee of three businessmen; and committees to reach into such professions as medicine. Brown wondered whether business and "other groups of substance" could not do as well in garnering votes as some of the minority group lobbies such as COPE (labor's Committee on Political Education). He told of a fast growing movement in which management was urging business people to take part in government. 4 In Agriculture Get Scholarships Four students in the College of Agriculture at the University of Arizona have been awarded agricultural scholarships for the current semester. Sears-Roebuck scholarships of $150 each were awarded to Michael A. Seitz, 819 N. Euclid Ave., and Richard W. White, Box 3534, Tucson. John E. Beard, 75B Polo Village, was awarded the $100 Arizona Pest Control Association scholarship. The $50 Alpha Zeta scholarship was awarded Owen W. Mortenson of Elfrida. Arizona Bank's Net Earnings Up 13.3% PHOENIX-- UP) -- The Arizona Bank's net operating earnings for the first quarter of 1963 were 13.3 per cent above the same period last year. President Lloyd A. Bimson said first-quarter net earnings of the statewide banking system were $208,053, compared with $183,612 in 1962. This amounted to 29 cents per share, compared wtih 27 cents in the first quarter of last year. Bimson said the bank expects, to open at least three additional branches this.year, bringing its total to 39 offices. Man Given Probation In Morals Case William Martin Kenney, 50, of Scottsdale, was placed on probation for three years In U. S. District Court here yesterday for mailing obscene matter. The indictment stated that at the time of his arrest last February, Kenney was known also as Bill Kinny, business manager of Morenci public schools. It alleged that on or about Feb. 16 he caused to be sent through the mail an "obscene lewd and lascivious" photo. The photo was addressed to Kenney in Morenci and was sent from Palermo, Calif. Judge James A. Walsh made it a condition of the probation that Kenney receive psychiatric counseling. CITIZEN COMICS --tho world 1 ! best-- 12 Scholarships Are Available . · ' : ' ' : * .*. , ' · ' · . " r ." A grant-ln-aid from th«j U. S, Department of Health, Education and Welfare has again m a d e available 12 scholarships for teachers in training of the deaf in the University of Arizona's Rehabilitation Center. The work in the field of specialized training will be carried on by the College of Education In cooperation with the Arizona State School for the Deaf and Blind. Mrs. Margaret Gillespie, coordinator, is receiving applications for the available scholarships. DIAMONDS j $ I O O V*f ! VALUE O See it--to believe it! ROGERS 37 WEST CONGRESS BIG ENP OF THE SEASON SELLING EVENT/ RHEI now is the time Air Conditioning Dealers Recommend First National Bank's Plan of Financing Act now to Insure a coot summer for your family. Your ^ air- condt- ·.· · · * ISonSng dealer will recommend First National's Plan of Financing. Flexible terms--designed to suit your budget-- up to five years to pay. Quick credit approvals, too. 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