Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 16
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PAGE f6 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, I960 _ 4 We Wuz Robbed,' Cities Cry Over Census Figures By United Press International cities in may take place because Cincinnati Mayor Donald Clancy and Chamber of Commerce officials challenged the census report that the Queen City lost 20,000 persons to drop the popu- Dayton also had a financial ; among the nation's ·ManTdties protested today that Jeopardy. St. Lou.s ·4 wuz robbed" by Uncle Sam's 2«.*«,,f wth census takers. Some formally asked a recount after seeing preliminary figures released by the Census Bureau. Others voiced deep concern and . ^.U,UfU UMi ^^'IIJ l started independent audits of tne l a t i o n m 4SU96 nose count. They feared v.r effect an incomplete population count would have on city treasuries--and cine pride. Dayton, Cleveland and Cincinnati, Ohio, are among those worried about damage to city pride. Saa Francisco and Detroit are among those facing loss in state end federal aid. D A Y T O N SAFETY Director , the possibility the Charles W. Horlacfaer said. "Oh,' tion may be down from the 1950 BO." when he learned the figures : figure of 775,357, although census showed his city had grown by ; officials refuse to give a prelimi- only 12.527 persons over the last; nan,' figure or estimate. keep the aty in the over 130.000 population bracket. Officials! said last year's city census} showed 131,000 persons, but the I federal census this year showed 121,344. ] Officials said many modern state laws cover cities of over ; 130,000 persons. Mayor Paul j ' Mitchum said it "would be chao-! men out to check for uncounted persons. They distributed ''I Am Not Counted" forms to libraries,. schools and other places. «' c trv ing to operate under laws San Francisco stands to lose $2. P a ^ many years ago for cities million in state allocations, even of over 120,000 persons." i if ihe count is the same as in i 1950. due to the relative increases in other areas. Officials and'Chambpr of Com: merce members had figured the Two Men Arrested ! For Strong-arm Robbery | Two men were arrested early yesterday in South Tucson a few minutes after they allegedly beat and]I robbed another man of $19 in the 2100 block on South 8th!' SAtAH PUSHC COVERS Now I LONG mm HIM llttU FAUNS* FUlEPtOOf SHOCK tBKTAIT worn 1 . A Chamber of Commerce j population would be around 800,000. and the possibility of a loss came as a great shock. MAYOR LOUIS MIRIAM of i Detroit said there is "margin for I error," although the city was not official said if the figures sre correct, it will mean loss nf "millions and millions of dollars to business that would normally come here." SAN FRANCISCO officials were j yet planning to challenge the cen- reported highly concerned over j sus count. Miriani assigned some- 10 years, despite considerable annexation of new territory. The Dayton population was set at 25W99. Mayor Anthony Cdebrezre of Cleveland said he was shocked to find out his titv's population dropped 43,393 to 571.415, putting fee city's seventh place ranking Guesses are that the population will show a drop of from 10,000 to 40,000 during the past decade. utilities and other places, as « "sort of audit" of the census. ; The Detroit population dropped 1170,955, or 9 per cent, which will | mean a loss of $8.3 million in dis- | tribution of state aid. "We are building several new Mayor George C h r i s t o p h e r ! schools, because we were told our called an emergency session of j population has gone up."_ Miriani top officials to study the situation. They started an all-out drive to get everyone in San Francisco counted, sending police and fire- KURT APPLIANCES Invite* you to tnjoy Frlgldtlr* quality f*atur**,..*nd f««/ like a quaanl COMPACT OUTSIDE (only 24' wide!) said, which makes it hard "reconcile such a big drop" in the over-all population, Kansas City, Kan., was mov ing- to annex some suburban ter- THE KANSAS CITY, Mo., Cily ; Council was surprised and un-! happy that the city gained only, about 11,000, to bring the total] to 468,325. Councilman Charles i Shafer said the population should j be over 500,000. He asked that the i figures be checked. Shafer said St. Louis rechecked i its census and found substantial j error. i Salt Lake City Mayor J, Brack- i en Lee is asking for a recount! because he believes an error of i i from 9,000 to 15,000 under the ac- j | tual population was made. The i i latest revised total for Salt Lake \ j City is 188,197. which gives the! I city a gain of only 6,057 since ! | 1950. | j The Apartment House Assn.! l said the city has the greatest ! number of rental vacancies since | World War II. I Rock Springs and Sheridan, Wyo., also have asked for census avenue. Taken into custody for James Lewis, 48, of 182 W. Frank( lin St., and Johnny Thomas, 25, of ;· 825 N. Anita Ave. j The victim. Kirk Curry, 49, o f j 2416 S. 8th Ave., told South Tuc-; son police he was walking home i about 1:30 a.m. when his two as-1 sailants drove up in a car. The! pair knocked him down, kicked him into semi-consciousness and then took his wallet and a cigar-! ette lighter, Curry said. j Curry was treated at Pima j County Hospital for cuts and bruises on the face and head. \ assault and robbery were ; Status Hike Sought i By Uganda Feminists ; CAIRO--UPI--The Middle East News Agency has reported from ·· Kampala that Uganda feminists; I have demanded amendment of i | tribal marriage laws. 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