Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 1, 1950 · Page 2
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BOB BROOKS Jf there is ,one-'initiative measure which voters shoul either..be thoroughly informed, upon or as'thoroughly con ; fused; it is-the increased state .aid measure. During the in'ontl- of October Kotfert-D. Morrow, superintendent of schools in district .No.' 1, and: Charles A. Carson, assistant superinten ent, have each given about 20 talks on "the subject, in addition to several unscheduled addresses and answering .questions at meeting? where the subject came up unexpectedly. Morrow and C a r s o n ipeik -for. the measure. In' ;addt tlon,' there have : been, advertisement* and more recently radio ttlte against the measure as'·well it several forum, discussions. · The forgotten candidate* of this election campaign are those seeking the office of justice of peace. Even when they appear at rallies, the chairman forgets to introduce them. That happened to Justice of Peace -James Howsare 1 the other night. · . | . " · · . . PROFIT Maybe it is unfortunate the state doesn't own its forests.-"Last year Uncle' Sam made $500,000 profit on them:_ Income, was slightly ove $1,000,000 and ^administration ei penses was slightly over 5500,000 The state could use the $500,000 but for Uncle Sam -that amount i Just "coke"-money for visiting dig nittrles. : : PICTURES' Sch6ol teachers may see in ad vertisements pictures of the nei car* they have purchased. Teach ers at the high school report tha ·omeone wag around the other day taking: pictures of the cars, bu t'aey couldn't learn who was foot Ing the.-bill. They suspect that i has something to do with "the in creased- state aid Initiative meas ure. · And. school officials repor .that there has been some Invest! gallon into the amount of'bu*ines. done -with tchools by- several men who har* publicly supported th measure. 7 · ' FT. GRAOT The statement ;of Qov. Dan E Garvey that h« was "under the im pre**lon" .that things ar« going ·long prtttywell at the Arizona to durtrial ichool'at. Ft. Grant phasiies.one of the major factors concerning" the institution. It .Is f«r .from .the beaten path, and few · officials,- including some board number* .(not from..Tucson) sel dom; get to the school. The meet Ing» are held In either .Tucson or Phoenix, usually. Only once or . twice « year do-the members hold · meeting at the school. OOMMUM8M . -.-·''. .-. .,.-'· .. '· The, report .In...-thir-column,: day* »go : th«t' communiai ·nt«r the: campaign In Maricopa county is -now-confirmed. Hand bills on -th* ;subject are. ; being : dis trtbuted In Phoenix, Indicating an . effort to make the matter a major lliUe. -7 ·'·' .'·':- ' · ' WASTK ' , . . : · v If Xrizonlans -: thlnk -some state 'governmental departments have an .«. «xtr»: employe or two standing ·round just to add -to the cost oi government,- tliey might be soothed (or agitated) by.the report of the Arizona Research association newsletter. · One 1 federal agency, says .the report,,has been found to have a 8J-year lupply of Ught bulbs, a 247-year supply of looseleaf binders «nd. 'enough .paper filler paper to lait 16S years: Blood Center Makes Record 'Raintree Gouiity' Sales Protected - PHILADELPHIA,. Nov. 1. (U,R -- tederal;District:Judge-Guy K. Bard hts r issued a .permanent'injunction .restraining the Philadelphia police department from Interfering; with ·ale of the novel "Raintree County" In thjg,wea. - : Judge. -Eard yesterday adopted the view held bythe. state, superior court »nd the common-pleas court here that "sexual" phases in the ; best' ieller by the late Ross Lockridge Jr. are not "dirt for dirt's ·tke." ; - ' . - · · · ; The injunction was issued In a ·· luit-iiled by Houghton Mifflin Co. of Boston,.publishers'of the novel The regional Bed Cross bloo center collected a record amount o blood during the month of Octobe --1,075 pints it was announced yes terday by David M. Batavia, regional blood chairman. "The amount collected in Octobe was only 75 pints mor e than th' average number we Jeel we neei monthly to take care of the need of Tucson, southern Arizona ani the armed forces," Batavia said. . Blood collections during Octobe: were made at the local blood cente: and by mobile unit visits to citie in Pima,,Final, Santa Cruz, Cochise Graham, Greenlee and Gila coun ties. ' - -: Batavia attributed the record co] lection last month to hard work on the part of staff and volunteer Re Cross workers, continued effort: on the part of blood 'recipients tc have the,blood they used'.repiaced and a growing awareness on -the part, of the public that giving blooc can be an important phase in com munity life. Last month's record collection can be compared with the 66 pints collected in Oct., IMS, the firsl month the center was in operation Homecoming P a r a d e S e t A float parade through downtown Tucson will be one of the feat ures of the University of Arizona homecoming program planned for Nov. 17 and ,18. It will Je held at 11 a.m. Nov. IS.' A parade "around the stadium running track will precede the homecoming football game at 2:30 p.m. Nov. IS between Arizona and Texas Tech. The parade will start at 2 p.m. Registration will he held from L to 5 p.m. Nov. 17 and from 9 a:m to 1 p.m. Nov. 18 at the flagpole on the campus and in the lobbies of the Pioneer, Santa Rita and Westerner hotels. An all-alumni buffet supper will' be held -from 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 17 in the Santa Rita hotel. ' Open house will be iheld by fraternity,-and sorority houses/and halls from 8 to 11 p.m. on the eve of the homecoming game. All will se appropriately decorated. f A barbecue on. the. women's ath .etic field Is planned for; 5 p.m. 'pllowing the football' game. Activities will be climaxed 'with a student-alumni dance starting, at 8:30 p.m. at the Santa Rita. A. Lee Lowery, secretary of the Alumni association, IB in charge of the program and has adopted as the homecoming-slogan, "Make ~ a'Nifty '50." J, G. "George" Kime REAL ESTATE AND APPRAISALS M Tears in Real Estate BnKtaesi lo Tucson 1097 E. Lowell Ph. 44964 City PolMe Are Tired Today Only one sentence was handed ou^. in aiy court today because of Halloween violations, and police cpng.--.r.u;-it.:d thaiwielves-, forV'only one'fire hydrant" was turned on in'the city .last ri^ht. r-:4ce credited the fact that they arrived at East First street and Juj/nh .Highland avenue quickly at 11:16 p.m. and scattered 15 youths who hao. turned on one hydrant. One youth was arrested. Today, in city court Thomas Gil- TOMBSTONE, Nov.' 1. --Jared Taylor, well-known lawyer and res ident of Cochise county for 40 noise at East 4th. and North 4th years, died in a Douglas hospita mour Jr., 18, of 630 Indian House! g. 17 road, was handed a fine of $30 orifensa. p.m.--Kids at 391 W. De- 30 days in jail for the hydrant of- r ense. But-there was no-lack of activity on the police telephone. Spaced at 'minute apart the calls about Halloween pranks poured into the police headquarters. Quickly they vere relayed to officers stationed about the city. All policemen were on duty. The special Halloween 'bulletin oday showed the first call arrived at 7:43 p.m.--Boys throwing shoe jolish on passtrsby in the 100 block of North Tyndall. The bulletin closed at 11:25 p.m.' with the notation--boys destroying property in .700 -block of East Seventh, pthers follow: 7:58 p.m.--Boys in Broadway un- lerpass. S:02 p.m.--Broken street light, touth Eighth and West 23rd. ^S:06 p:m.--Colonia Solana, boys Isturblng peace. 8:06 p.m.--Oil drums in street t N. Third .and E. Ninth. 8:12 p.m.--Boys letting air out f tires at 2200 block E. Fifth. S:15 p.m.--Car blocking street i . Park avenue between East ixth and East Seventh. 8:19 p.m'.--Girls creating disturb- nce at Chi Omega house, 1145 N. fountain, S:1S p.m.--Kids at door with wa- er', 2241 E. Seventh. 8:25 p.m.--Jeepster in middle f street near East Sixth. 8:31 p.m.--Gasoline fire on treet, East 6th and Wilson, 8:46 p.m.--Fire alarm at South 'ourth and East 18th st. 8:51 p.m. -- Boys setting off ombs at Mansfeld. 8:58 p.m.--Fire in street, 600 'orth Stone. 9:01 p.m.--Kids shooting bombs t Jefferson park. . 9:05 p.m.--Girls disturbingpeace i 7 1 Paseo Redondo. 9:05 p,m--3135 E. Fifth, ."fire [arm. 9:OS p.m.--Setting fires at 445 ..'.Sixth. 9:15 p.m.--Gang of kids making 9:18 p.m.--Boys throwing white fluid at 103 N, Tyndall, 9:23 p.rn.--Upset trash can, Varsity Coffee Shop.. 9:31 p.m.--Kids flood house at 2648 E. Drachman. Home of Fred Blanc, . · 9:40 -. p.m. -- Children throwing oranges through window, 2649 E. Fourth, 9:43 p.m.--Water on front porch, 1315 E. Sixth. 10:01 p..m.--Boys pushing car down street, 1148 E. First. 10:47 p.m.--Boys taking fuses from boxes,- squirting water. ,1145 N. Mountain. . 10:51' p.r.a.--Disturbing peace and larceny. Gamma Phi house, 1535 E. 1st. 10:56 p.m,--PaJm tree on fire, Granada and Franklin. 10:52 p.m.--'Disturbing peace, Chi Omega house, 1145 N. Mountain, 11:16 p.m.--Fire hydrant, First and Highland. 11:17 p.m.--Tires in street Park and East Sixth. 11:21 ! p.m.--Gang, of: boys throw- ng.rocks at .West Third and Main. ' IMS p.m. --Boys destroying property, 1745 E. Seventh. Binford Heads Armed Forces Info School Jared T a y 1 o rf Is 'Dead ; At 88 Evening, Nov. 1, 1»M yesterday. He was SS years old.. Mr. Taylor was born in Madison Wis. When he first .came to..Ari he lived in. Paradise, later moving to r Warren and Tombstone Prominent'to Republican politics Mr. Taylor "at one time served as U. S. 1 . commissioner for Cochise county. Services will be conducted at 2 jn. Thursday in St.. Paul's Episco 3al church , here by. Rev. George H. Prendergast. Burial will follow in the Tombstone cemetery with the Dugan-Hennesey mortuary of Bisbee in charge. ' Survivors include his wife, Loaise,.._and two sisters in Madison, Wis. CAMPUS LOUNGE Mrs. Charles P. Solomon, UA '98 Tyndall at 3rd Ph. 3-2082 SEASONABLE D R E S S E S Here are Kmart fashion* suitable for early Fall mid 1 thro the Winter. 6 95 Phoenix Stock Show Entry Deadline Today PHOENIX, Nov. 1. (U,R)--Today was the final day for filing entries on sale cattle for the 1951 Phoenix stock show, · scheduled Jan. 2-6 at the Arizona state fairgrounds. . . Lee A. Tepoel, general, show superintendent, said entries 1 for show, animals would be received until Nov. 15. JACOME'S--Congrwt at Scott--DUI 1-3*11, If several locations are covered in one fire la* snrance policy, are you protected against total loss at one? Real Estate Ins, Values from $12.75 to $29 52 H. Sixth Are.. Dial 3-8656 TAIPEI. Nov. l.WV- Rear Adm. Thomas H. Binford left today to become commandant of the armed forces school of information Carlisle barracks, Pa. at . . succeeds Binford as commander . of ;h.e Seventh task force safeguarding Formosa from the Chinese Reds. He Is. expected to take command in a few days. Convenient FREE PARKING at Park Ave. College Shop CONTINUING OUR SENSATIONAL Dr. E. R. ONE NAME TO REMEMBER WHEN YOU BOY ASPIRIN, IT'S St.Joseph ASPIRIN Optometrist · EYES EXAMINED · GLASSES ON CREDIT « GLASSES REPAIRED Office At DANIEL'S 9 E. Congress RE-ELECT LEE GARRETT Democrat Judge of the Superior Court · 4 years service ng of efficient judge of the Superior Court. Attorney and Member of the Arizona Bar for 19 years. BARGAINS GALORE AT TUCSON'S LARGEST CHILDREN'S STORE BOYS' GIRLS' SHOES S All Sizes-Red Goose Dr. Posner Discontinued Numbers.., 1060 pair fo choose from New Fall COATS-SUITS Famous namei In fine woolens . . . All styles In all new fall shades. 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