Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 30, 1950 · Page 36
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 36

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, October 30, 1950
Page 36
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Mrs. o Greet Visitors Mrs. TheUna McQvmde will again be hostess when the- Visitors:club dt the chamber ot commerce opens next Wednesday, Nov. 1. Over 800 winter visitors were entertained by the congenial Mrs McQuade last season. Any Tucson visltor.'jwhether here for one day or all winter, is invited to join the club's, activities.- Registration will'be from 9 to 12 a.m. Wednesday. The first party TO}] be held Friday evening. Every Wednesday . afternoon and every Monday and Friday night are devoted to club activities, Includefi in the -plans for the season-aie an elaborate Christmas party, luncheon parties-and bridge at guest ranches, three-day trips to the Grand Canyon and Los Vegas. Last year the group en joyed a thretday train trip to Hennosillo. Mrs. .McQuade; who 'is -beginning her eighth year, as official-'hostess, extends a cordial invitation to all winter visitors to join the club Bext Wednesday. 'Sirs. Tkelma McQnade Three Elected At Tombstone (Other state news, page 24) TOMBSTONE, Oct. . 30. --Mori voters than last year went to -thi Tombstone polls Saturday to elec one member ,to the union high school arid' two school boards. to the : grammar In the grammar school election to serve for three'years,-Houston Davis, with SO votes, defeated Bur ton Devere, incumbent by appoint ment, whp received 70 votes · Davis, who';was born and reared in the Tombstone area, lives with his family in Tombstone. He owns the Bscondido cattle ranch-in the foothills of the Mule mountains. The second grammar schco! board member elected 'unopposed for .two years with 106 votes was Clayton Smith to fill the unexpired term of Gene Pyeatt. Smith, is publisher of the Tombstone Epitaph and lives in town : with his family. . In the.union high school election to : serve for six years on. the board Wendell Flannery of Lewis Springs with 118! votes defeated his opponent, C. J. Culver of Carr canyon: . · Flannery'. has Jived " Jh the district for many-years and is a Southern Pacific section foreman. It also was voted 101 against .7 to .sell .the Gleeson school, not used for about seven years since that district was,voted into the Tombstone school. district. Mencken Continues To Improve, Doctors Say BALTIMORE, -Oct.,30. W--The condition of H. L. Mencken-is con tinuing " to ' .improve, -doctors a' ·Johns Hopkins, hospital said today. . \ . _. ....,-,:'-. The. famed 70-year-old author critic and newspaperman "was .on the brink of death 10 days ago fol lowing a severe heart attack. Doc tors had expected his death hourly However, they said in, the past week he gained steadily although he . is still described .as a "very sick man." · · - ' · " . Wartime Premier Said To Be Gravely Sick WELLINGTON, N.Z., Oct. 30. (IP) New Zealand's wartime prime min: ister,,. Peter Fraser,.,was reported jravely ill .today in-,a W!ellingtonj nivate hospital. j Fraser, leader of the labor oppo-l sitiori to'the present national government, wentto the hospital three weeks ago with-influenza.'Pleurisy developed and yesterday he suf- 'ered-a heart attack. Latest reports said Fraser was mproving, but .that his 'condition vas still serious. Monday tv«nlno,Oct. K), 1HO Football Fans Lose In Thefts Two more reports of thefts from automobiles parked while theiri owners attend football-'games 'were. In city police records 'today. Kobert Cochran of 2748-E. Adams St. told police car prowlers cut iola in -the top of convertible, 'removed an Indian blanket, and stole two side mirrors and two fender ikirts. The car was parked at Sast Fourth street, near A'orth Campbell avenue, Saturday night while' Cochran was at the University of Arizona : ; stadium. Cochran said his loss was $47. I Don Leigh'Nichols of Phoenix, | who parked his" car near the .sta-' dium, lost a spot light and had hiw radio aerial damaged as thieves at-' temped to remove it ' Fire Sweeps County Home, Killing Four, HARRISONVHZE, Mo, Oct. 30. JF)--Fire swept through the Cass- county home early .'today, killing our elderly residents. _ -Sheriff Temple Forrest said other ·esidents were either removed or made .their way safely .out of. thfc' burning structure. He estimated; hat 20 persons had been living at( [the home. ' Flowers for · Select from our complete stock of cut flowers and ·wreaths. ' Prompt Refrigerated Delivery Service Tucson's Pioneer Florist at the corner of STONE PENNINGTON- Jf 7 Today, four Dorter Said*: ''YOU MUST 60 TO A HOSPITAL" Could you meet the bills without depriving your family of necessities? Could you pay all the expenses without drawing on your savings? . Play safe! Join the Hospital Benefit Association and your hospital bills will be paid for you! ' M e m b e r s h i p i n A r i z o n a ' s cooperative, non-profit hospitalization-organization costs only SI per month -- $11 per year -for adults, 5.0« for children. There ar* no other charges -- no enrollment fees.. .and no medical examination it required, . Surgical benefits (doctor bills for operations including fractures and dislocations) carry the same low rates as the hospitalization protection. For FREE Descripiirt Folder Telephone 3-5391 or MAIL THIS COUPON --TODAY! HoipiMt Benefit Atiociation 706 Valley National Building Dept. C-23 Tucson, Arizona Please send me, without obligation, full details of 'the co-operative, nonprofit hospitatizaticn plan. ' NAMC ADDRESS CITY SINCE 1916 "Your Money's Worth or Your Money Back" Reputations are mad^not born. For more than 34 years customer satisfaction-has ^ been a prime objective in all our dealingswth'the people of'Southern Arizona. It has been the root of· every transaction, every service, and the key. to our.acceptance as the leader in our field. Home Gas Appliance Co, is proud of its reputation for com- plete customer satisfaction and we pledge ourselves to continue this effort-in the years to come. LAST WEEK! SAVE EXTRA ON ALL YOUR FLOOR COVERING NEEDS! ^^^TMM«^--- Enjoy the conveniences of city gas with L. P. Red Cap Gas Service. It's 'the safe, dependable, economical fuel for heating, cooking, and refrigeration. Call' soon for detailed Information. '"There's No Place Like HOME" We feature a complete line of gas-fired home appliances all priced to please your budget. Visit our showroom today. HOME GAS a APPLIANCE CO. BRINGS CITY CONVENIENCE TO THE COUNTRY 128 East Seventh Street TUCSON, ARIZONA In Willow.'..Phone 131 Phone 2-2841 '*®f Oct.lfe^r ROEBUCK AND COt ^^^^^*^ * W^. pufeH^Vitff **£% stt«*{? jiiift^ f -* You'd oxpect to pay far morrl 6-ft.pnd 9-ft. 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It's easy -to istall--requires no tacking or pasting. 6 colors' in cvft;, -ft. widths. new marbleized i n I aid linoleum You can't beat a-buy, like-this for service, .beauty,,, style--and best of alPntls. specially , priced for Sears November. Floor Covering Sale.. The ivory color, green, red,, or ivory -an'd red" combinations, add cheery good-looks.to.your kitchen, bedroom, hall--even the living .and dining roomi. It's, jo easy to clean, and the glossy, wax'sealed surface) resists spots and :rfainj. Choose yours "in, 6-in. width at Sears--and *avel Regular 1.39 sq. yd. 99 sq. yd. Store Houfs: 9:30 to 5:30' IM N. Wh Av..

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