Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 14
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 14

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, June 3, 1960
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14 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 ·--Citixtrt Phot* MEDICAL RESEARCH EMPHASIZED Public support of basic research into h u m a n ills was urged by Dr. R. G. Gustavson (left), UA professor of chemistry, at last night's annual dinner of the Southern Arizona Heart Assn. Dr. Harold J. Rowe (right) succeeded Dr. Clarence L. Robbins (center) as president of the association, which is closing a decade of achievement in Tucson. Scientific Research Vital, Heart Assn. Is Told By S. C. WARMAN The atomic bomb jolted Americans awake to the need of basic scientific research, Dr. R. G. Gusttvson told the annual meeting of the Southern Arizona Heart Ann. last night at the Pioneer Hotel. Now professor of chemistry at th* Univenity ,of Arizona, Gustavson has had a front row seat in many of the scientific achievements of the past two decades. He was at the University of Chicago when the atomic bomb was developed. "It was an engineering job," he ·aid. "The scientific knowledge came from European scientists." Because the United States spent $2 billion and rushed the atomic bomb through to completion under wartime emergency, many Americans had the wrong impression, he said. "They thought if you put enough money into a thing, you can do anything," he said. "Money is needed, but so js knowledge." The difference between the attack on problems of preventing polio on one hand and the fight on cancer and heart disease on the other, Gustavton said, is lack of knowledge. Lade of knowledge tbout growth of body cells handicap! cancer research, he Mid. ; , TUCSON TONIGHT, TOMORROW Uftless ·titenrije noted, all ·mthtgs Dated In this column art «pea to the public without admission charge. TONIGHT T P. M.--Dr. Luig! Laurent! ·peaks to Tucson Council for Civic Hotel, for buffet supper. (See sports section for sports calendar.) Likewise, there is much to learn about the coagulation of blood, (blood clots that cause coronary heart disease and strokes, for instance.) Gustavson, who was on an advisory committee, aaid the dU- covery of a polio vaccine was a | , __ foregone conclusion. The body ' ** makes one. He also has served on U.S. Public Health Service committees. It takes a great deal of work to get a grant of public I money for basic research, he said. That's why the private founda-j lions like the Rockefeller and | Ford Foundations, and the heart associations are needed, he said. "The foundations and the heart associations can send a scientist back to his research work quickly if his idea seems worthwhile," Gustavson said. "They can go even further," he added. "They can decide what institutions have the research potential and make grants directly to them, and to individual scientists for continuous research." Dr. Harold J. Howe, became president of the association, suo- ceeding Dr. Clarence L. Robbins. Treasurer Thomas J. Norris said the association drives had resulted in nearly $49,000 in receipts, an increase of 25 per cent over last year. Going to the American Heart Assn. will be $12,210 and ANNA SULLINGER Recorder Will Seek Re-Election . Mrs. Anna Sullinger has announced her candidacy for a ISth two-year term as county recorder. She is a Democrat. Mrs. Sul'inger first sought the recorder's position following the death of her husband, Wilfred Sullinger, who for many years was executive secretary of the Tucson Elks Lodge. She was first elected In 1932. She is a .native Tucsonian. The recorder handles the record- Ing of deeds, mortgages and other le-gal documents, as well as the to the Arizona Heart Assn., J7.326., registration of voters. Among new goals for the local association will be a diagnostic cardio-vascular clinic, free penicillin for children with sore throats to prevent rheumatic heart disease, and a directory of corn- Unity, El Conquistador i munity heart disease sen-ices. East Broadway. Charge j RnirinR presidcnt Robbin , praised the association's executive secretary, Virgil L. Hancock, "as 9 feet tall." Out of town guests included Nadine Symme5 of New York City, representive of the American Heart Assn.. and William Wood of Tempe, executive secretary of the Arizona Heart Assn. Sewer Line Bids Sent To Government MAUDRY BONANZA I960 Plymouth FURY i'2,395 *Fui! Pric. Includes El«ctric Clod Back Up Lights Turn Signal* Eltc. Wiperi Front Foam Lighter Tonion-Air» Brand New, Net « Demonstrator Choice of 2 *Only $·!« Tax «n U«nt* Ixtr* Trusts Accepted ·tt»i'H*r Hero* cewrtxrr tinttm».r*\iii · vnta Ittti Y«ar«t 2M Alton* Bulldozer Unearth's $70,000 JERICHO, N. Y. --*»- Stephen Fox' bulldozer unearthed a small metal box yesterday as he was clearing a field and money spilled out--more than $70,000 o( it. Fox, who lives at nearby Hicksville and says he has a mortgage on his house and still owes some on his bulldozer, bent over the box. Money, inches thick, was wrapped in brown paper. There were SiO bills, $50 bills and J100 bills, but no writing to show to whom it belonged. Fox called Arthur Shodnek. who owns the land and plans trt use it for an industrial site. Shodnek suggested they call the Nassau County police. Lt. Austin Atrwell, just about as surprised as Fox and Shodnek, counted the funds, said the total i came to more than $70,000 but refused to give an exact figure. If somebody claims it, he wants to have some proof and knowing the exact figure would help. s Attwell pointed out that his de; partment had no report of that much money being missing. He notified other departments. The bos wsasured 12 inches by , IS inches by inches and ^a* painted gray. The builder's bl»o had knocked off the cover. Th« possibility that rt had not there too tone was raised A decision OB the awarding of j a contract for « large sewer line from the Rillito interceptor to Speedway in East Tucson will take about two weeks, according to! Kenneth Scharman, manager of' the Sanitary District. Bids on the project have been forwarded to the federal government, which will participate in an amount of about $40,000. | The apparent low bidder is the: Martin Construction Co. at $121,248. The second low bid was by! the New Pueblo Construction Co. I at $132,557. When bids were; opened at the last Sanitary District meeting it was incorrectly | reported that San Xavier Rock i and Sand Co. had submitted the! second low bid. Pupil Essay Topic Set On Handicapped | Robertson Fort, chairman of the Tucson Employ the Physically , Handicapped Committee, said to- : day the topic for the 19S1 national | essay contest will be "Jobs for the Handicapped -- a Community Challenge." j The event, open to students in the Jlth and 12th grades next year, is the only governrnent-spon- ] sored essay contest approved by i the National Assn. of Secondary ! Schooi Principals and the Arizona i Interscholastic Assn. · Preliminary information has been mailed all high school prin- :- r,: -- , tfira vCtt*my .VJ may woirk *m fheir essays during the ftrmTtveT vacatifm. ' . 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