Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on October 31, 1950 · Page 8
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Hayden Give Views On Post Name of Candidate--Senator,Carl Hayden. ,- ,, Address--Phoenix. C State--Arizona; . Party--Democrat. Biographical Information: A.--Education -- Public Schools Tempe, Tempe, Normal School, Stan ford .University. - . · _ B.--Occupation -- Pubjlc 'Office holder since 1904. Major In U."S Infantry, 1918. C.--Civic Activities-- ' TtX--Public Offices -- Delegate Democratic National Convention 1904. Sheriff,. 1906; reelected, 190S Sixty-second and succeeding Con gresses, through Sixty-ninth. Elect ed to t/. S. Senate, 1926. Reflected 1932, '1938, 19«V Candidate's Stand On Issues , Q--What steps do you consider most Important to our foreign policy In-securing the peace? A.--Continued .support of the United Nations as the be'st available means -of preventing a,third World War. Economic aid to the free nations of the world to prevent communists from gaining control of their governments. Military aid to the -nations of Western Europe to. enable them to resist invasion by the Soviet Union. Q_What federal fiscal policies do you Relieve will test promote- a prosperous United States economy? "A.--Broad base for taxation, so as to avoid an unbalanced national budget Careful screening by congress of requests for appropriations to determine -what items are essential.to the national welfare, what may be entirely denied, and what may be postponed to a more favorable time Strict control'over expenditures by the Bureau of the Budget, to prevent duplication and waste. Continuing the reorganization of the executive departments along the lines, of-the recommendations made by the'Hoover Commission, · Q._in what pieces of legislation are you especially interested? Please state support or opposition. A,--Since I first became a member of Congress, I have devoted most of my time to the enactment of legislation to develop the natural resources of the natlon.'and thereby increase, our 'taxable wealth, with special Interest in the reclamation 'of arid lands, the generation and transmission of electric power, flood control, soil conservation and improved highway transportation- I have tried to be constructive rather than negative in considering all legislation, in order that we may have a better country to live in Chandler Rider Winner At California Rodeo SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 31. Red Boy, owned and ridden by Wild Bill Elliott of North Hollywood, Calif., is the leading -cutting horse in the Grand National rodeo today. The 'Texas-bred horse was\given 146'points on the completion last night of .the. first go- around In the cutting horse event. Second," with 144 points,'is Jesse James, owned and ridden by Willis Bennett, Eagls Lake, Tex. Third, with 143, is Skeeter, displayed.by Bill Williams of Tokyo, Tex. Jesse James was judged first In last night's cow palace event, followed by Skeeter and ' Jiggs Bailey, exhibited by Hughie Long, Cresson, Tex. Red Boy gained his 146 points: 'Sunday-night. Last 'night's results included:. Calf roping: Third, Claude Henson, Chandler,. Ariz. . Candidates Answer. Questions This is the second in.seftes^of-three 'articles "on th'e qualifications of,state candidates.' J( The 'questi6rmaires,.were; filled out by the candidates ^themselves "on forms-submitted to them from'the League of .Women Voters-of'-Aryzona.'^-. Sen. Hayden Mr. Brockett London Turns On Its Glamour LONDON, Oct. 31. (ff)--Shabby old London, was transformed today by splashes of regal porap, sparkling jewels, vivid colors and ancient regalia. x , ' ' It was the state opening of parliament, bringing the'royaUamily and the peers of the realm on parade in all. their traditional trappings. , Britons ' and tourists--including many Americans--turned out by the tens of thousands 'to watch the display of grandeur against a background of gray skies. King George VI and Queen Elizabeth-drove in state from Buckingham palaca to. the house of lords with an escort of .brightly-garbed Irish .Guards and two' bands--one a cor.ps of pipers dressed in kilts, and green tarns. . As the royal couple swept through the gate in the horse- drawn Irish coach of state, the guards band struck up "God Save The King." The spectators "silently bared their'heads.. . % , 'The crowds, jammed six deep, along the route, were held .in by uniformed policemen. The the king and queen entered the house- of lords, the Royal Horse Artillery fired a 41-gun salute to the sovereign from nearby St. James park. Princess Elizabeth, heiress to the throne, arrived earlier by.car from ; Clarence House, her London home. The. Queen- wore a royal blue dress under an ermine cloak.. On her head was a diamond tiara, and she wore'matching diamond necklace and earrings. The king, was clad in royal robes of crimson and gold' over the- scarlet uniform .of th'e guard. He wore the jewel-encrusted state-Crown. .-····',"-'-·" : '-·-".'. . -Princess Elizabeth wore a .Jong white gown- and ermine jacket,-and a diamond tiara. 'Lords in their scarlet parliamentary robes,, and peeresses in long jowns, gleaming tiaras, sable and srmine filled the house. Down in the cellars of the an ciisnt building yeomen of the guard imlsaed their traditional search for any signs of a plot like that of the infamous Guy Fawkes, who wanted to blow up ^parliament with gunpowder in 1605. Former Hotelman Dies At Nogales NOGALES, Oct. 31. (JP)--Edward D. Lynn, 78, a resident.of Arizona since 1910,. died : at his 'home: here last night. Death;was attributed to a heart ailment. He was stricken two .months ago. He was a native of- Wheeling, W. V%., and was engaged In the .mining* business during his younger years. For a number- of years, until his retirement in 1946,'he was in "the hotel business In Arizona and operated the; Commercial hotel in Prescott which he sold five years ago. He was well known throughout the state. · Survivors-are his wife, Leila, and a brother, Clarence,'of Warren. Funeral services are pending. Brockett Has Ideas On Job ' T7. S. Senator -' '/"*,* "Name-of candldate-'-Bruce'Brock- ett. AoTdress--Rim-Rock. State--Arizona!, .., Party--Republican.* _, , Biographical" Information:, A. Education,--Schools of Wyotc- B. Occupation--Rancher. C. Civic 'Activities -- Vice-president and member of board of Arizona BoysViRanch. D. Public Offices--None. Ran for governor in 1948. Candidate's Stand on Issues: Q. JWhat steps "do you consider mostlmportant to our foreign policy to secure the'peace? A. Appeasement caused the Korean situation. Strict regulation and the proportionate use of ECA funds. Congress should have more to say about foreign policy. Work to strengthen the UN and its military arm. Q. Wnat federal fiscal policies do you believe will best promote a prosperous U.S. economy? _ ' A. Reduction in high cost of government. There are too many bureaus, and they are too heavily manned. No subsidies are needed. You dare not pay as you go now, because you would not be able to get enough taxes. I woultf never sacrifice our democracy for an even greater debt. Q. In what pieces of · legislation are you especially interested? Please state support or opposition. A. Strictly opposed to extreme liberal program.-Beheve In restoring free-enterprise and the-incentive to industry. No thought toward new legislation~until the old legislation, which is bad, 4s corrected. MORE JOBS for MORE PEOPLE VOTE308 TflSE3 Arizona WorVmdn's"Comptniotten"-CoiwnTti«« -P. O. Box 3961, Photnix---Ar. J. "From; T»mp«; G*o. Pickering, Yuma; G«e. Nag*I, Window; Jock Proctor, Tucson; Vcmon Foittr, fho«n!x. French Premier Wins Victory On Draft Issue PARIS,'Oct. 31.-H/P) --...Premier Rene Pleven today'won'" his first test on the question 'of "extending the length., of ^French military service from* one.'year. to 18 months. Pleven' demanded'fttfe -'assembly refus° all t amendm'ents*7'which would grant deferments »to'-certaln categories.^ One -at the most heavily favored amendments would have deferred . fathers of several chil- '"JThe, assembly voted 385 to.196 to iding disapprove all- amendments. J Phy» ical ^ inability is now the only reason for deferment. A final- ?vote on the extension to' 18/months'ls, expected- tonight. Film..Production Group Returns To Hottytoooi * ,Y ' ' Last members of the "The IAS Outposl.", 'group Mf-VTucsoiiv-tpdaj to return, to Hollywood after com pleting filming pf the movie. Stars Ronald Heagan and Rhonda Fleming left last night. The Pine- Thomas production group "'began Opening Tomorrow's the Day Above you see a sketch of the new shop--why the shop itself . . . and ALL the smart new clo not' see shop itself . . . and ALL the smart new clothes we have assembled. Come and look to your heart's delight-from November 1st--on! Fran 'Gardner, A'sspc. Phone 5-3470 ! 915 E. Speedway Just East of Campbell' ffltmw / S Tuiidiy.Iv.nlng, O«t, 11, shooting here Oct. S12. and pleted ? the--fllmlng T ln'-record 1 ,tlme,, approximately ^10-·'days J ahead of , schedule: . , THOMAS 0. BEAHAM Republican For REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT NO. ,13 "\ Precinct 32 (Davidson. School), Tanque Verde,.Empire, Greater- villc, Twin Buttes, Continental, durivaca and Salmarita.' ·^ G 1 I E A S T C 0 O F F E R S THE TOWN and COUNTRY PORTABLE RADIO designed ... when the state does only half the 'job! HALF a child is NOT better than none at all. Your youngster must get a well-rounded education to be a decent American citizen. School tax money must be more equally distributed. ..'·': THE Tucson's population is growing. Thousands of cnildren overcrowd our elementary and high schools; We must adjust the tax load or the brunt will fall on the Local Taxpayer. The state would have assumed over a million dollars of local school costs had Amendment 102 been in operation this year. * Create aState School District Equalization Fund. Take the tax-load OFF the Local Taxpayer and distribute it throughout the state. In this way, the school district with the greatest need would be helped. Motorola MODEL 6LI 47 95 Complete Motorola'* Town and Country is a marvel of, beauty .... 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