Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on June 3, 1960 · Page 20
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 20

Tucson, Arizona
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Friday, June 3, 1960
Page 20
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PAGE T U C S O N FRIDAY EVENING, JUNE 3, INC Lynn Seeks Shift Of Property Taxes By CHARLES GUDAITIS Pima County's property tax assessment procedures need cleaning up, the Board of Supervisors was told yesterday by a complaining taxpayer, retired dentist Dr. Nathan Oran Lynn, of 4620 E. Cooper St. Lynn's complaint was a renewal of charges he made in 195S when he called for the '· firing of sonic assessor's office without regard to the business personnel. Nothing came of his uses to which the property has accusations at that time. Yesterday before the super- GRADUATES William M. Bosquit will graduate Thursday from the University of Southern California's school of medicine. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bosquit of Tucson and San Fernando, Calif. A graduate of the University of Arizona, Bosquit is married to the former Miss Vivian Hora of Tucson and Chi- : cago. They have two children, -- Susan and Steven. Bosquit will serve next year as an interne at Los Angeles General Hospital. hcen put. In this case, Lynn re ceived his sharpest rebuttal. It came frQm Supervisor ^^ visors, who sit as a County Board \v f a v p r - \ v ho said he had studied i of Equalization during the first in '· the assessments. Weaver attempt' days of June Lynn went through cd to show him that assessments ' ATTENTION CONTACT LENS USERS BARNES-HIND WETTING SOLUTION $1.50 Retail Value e SPECIAL 98 ENCANTO DRUG CO. STORE NO. 1 Stoat and Third MA 4-8854 STOKE NO. 2 VM E. Speedway EA 7-4*51 STORE NO. 3 East Had near Swan EA 7-7418 (Mayfalr Shopping Center) = the history of several assess-, TM ved U P or . dow " a s , t h e P ro P' i ' . . . :· erty was used either for a rcsi- i ments, saying there was a lack o f ; den ' ce of a business j tax equalization in the county. He i 4_.\yater utility interests of j also said he was the victim o f · Go rm -Loftfield, chief valuation j "revenge" because of his frequent j engineer of the assessor's office. j protests to the assessor. j Ly nn contends that the taxes may j After reading through a list of j be too low for the scope of the complaints prepared in legal \ project, which he said in 1958 ' form, he was given the legal opin-; served 41 customers. I ion by Chief Civil Deputy County | fhe assessor's office is to report I Any. Marvin Cohen that the j back by next Friday so that the ' supervisors could only consider j supervisors can make decisions on j current assessment protests. | a n tax protests on their last day Here were the protests turned j as a Board of Equalization. over to the assessor's office for | ---- -I a study and report to the supervisors: 1--Fraternal organizations which '· pay only token assessments. Lynn i provided only two names, those of \ the Elks Lodge and the Ying On j Merchants Labor Benevolent i Assn. He said that Ying On could not be considered · a charitable organization when its building on Three airmen from the Mt. South Main avenue is open only j- Lerrimon Radar Station have bsen on certain hours and beer is arrested thus : far in connection 3 Airmen Held For Car Prowls served on its premises. He con-" tended that for any organization to enjoy a tax-exempt status, it must perform charitable work. :--Three lots owned by Lynn in Biltmore Addition. He claimed' assessments were upped as revenge and that there was no such increase on the other 151 lots in the subdivision. · · 3--A lot on 1921 E. .Speedway. Lynn formerly owned the Jot and now claims that the assessment for the new owner has fluctuated Join the 100 million American* * ho read LiJ Abnrr daily. You'll find, him on the CitiMiTft comic page. with a series of larcenies and auto thefts in which five other persons have been implicated. Booked -at- city jail -yesterday on warrants charging grand theft were Airmen Donald 1. Cole, 20; ·Ronald E. Goddard, 21, and Fred Lee Aaron Jr., 18. Cole was taken into custody by city detectives yesterday afternoon while the other two were picked up several hours later. " "Det. Capt. William Ross said warrants were being obtained for two other airmen in custody at the mountain base and a Tucson woman. Two teen-age girls also implicated in the crimes were to be turned over to juvenile authorities. The arrests clear up five larcenies and five auto thefts, Ross reported. About $1,800 worth of goods, most of it stolen from cars, has been recovered thus far, the captain said. The five autos taken were recovered earlier. The juvenile girls implicated ·j are 15 and IB, Det. Jacques Kiere Ten years ago the May debits j said. .Property recovered so far totaled 'only J60,554,.131.''Debits | includes luggage, guitars, a movie I represent the amount of check projector, and screen, and a re- i transactions in Tucson's 24 banks, volvrr, officers said. Banking Activity Continues Up Tucson's bank debits for the month of May increased 9.7 per cent over the corresponding month last year. According to the Tucson Clearing House Assn., the May debits this year amounted to $245,064,8,15, compared with, $223,439,808 ;n May, 1959. 32 N. STONE AVfc IWOA0WAY ANOTHER TFS DIVIDEND for a HALF-YEAR SAVING Open or add to your account by JUNE 10th Earn a full month's there in Tuaon F»d«rol Savings' 44th i«mi-annual dmdtnd poyrmnt. SAVE BY THE 10th EARN from th« 1st Your move, into the exciting world of chess, where Kings, Queens, Knights, and Bishops of the 17th century meet in deadly combat on 64 squares of royal battlefield. 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