Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 1, 1950 · Page 3
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; . - Photos by Pat McGowan ;. MRS..DOOLEY BOOKMAN, widow of the founder of th« mardi graa, admires the trophies awarded Queen Susie" : Summers,/daughter of-Mr. and Mr§. Raymond-Summers, ;andKing Larry Enauff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Knauff, after §he had crowned them king and queen last night. MardiGras Rulers CrowneH "Gee, nothing half so. good , has ever happened to me," said wide- eyed, red-haired King L . a r r v Knauff, 11, after Mrs. Dooley" Bookman crowned -him at the Silver Jubilee mardi gras last night: 'And we we.re chosen from a!, the kids from all'the schools in town," his, co-ruler, Queen. Susie Summers, 10, a diminutive, 1 dimpled blonde enthusiastically added. Both youngsters are .proud of their Blenman school, but forgot everything in their.'efforts to try to remember everything for iuture telling and retelling. , Before King. Larry and Queen Susie paraded over 1,000 spectacularly dressed, subjects. Biggest jroblem for- the more elaborately wtfitted youngsters was keeping their feet. . . Pepper, of Pepper and Salt, took tumble,directly in front .of,the ·andstand. 'With assistance, - the confused-youngsters again donnec his peppery costunie and continued his tour across the field. T. Howard, 3914 S, Twelfth St., was probably the oldest' contestant. He and his four ypuijgsters made one cf the most colorful groups as-they .zigzagged across, the field Dad threw himself intoithe spirit of ,the event with one of the funniest costumes, happily .enjoying the entire event. Ghos'ts, goblins, tramps, witches, rabbits,, flying saucers, devils, queens, and even.a Harry Truman were, among -the colorful contestants who paraded before the udges. · Latecomers -from the tricks 3r treats rounds' scurried up to the end of the line. ' Masks, which, created such ter- ·ifying effects earlier in the evening, were qulcldydoffed when the 'urmjtt Wtdnttdsy Evening, Nov. 1,13?0 carmelcorn - and candy c a m e iround. , .At the end of the evening, every me was thoroughly exhausted, be- meared, and unghostlike. Hal oween was over.' ·; . P.aper money of 25 cent r denoml lation Was-issued by the U.S. in ile 1860 decade.- *NUTRILITE Pood Supplement HAM KEDDIR, Agent. «afl DistHbntor 1031 E. 6tn. Tneson DM Z-0083| Broadcast Monday through Friday 9:40 a.m. Dial !!430--KOPO During REUBEN'S Great OLDEST CONTESTANT in the mardi gras was F.-T. Howard, 39(14 S. Twelfth st., who appeared as mama to · his four children. Garry 2, and Stephen, 4, clasp Dad's hand, and Anthony, 6, and La Faye, 8, look on, at the left. A' GKOUP OF Halloweening mardi gras contenders ·were all 'set to go just before the parade began-. Left to right," are Barbara Thompgen, admiring' her scepter; Richard Dow; Janet Dodge as the devil; Dennis "Ford, a rabbit; and Junior Babby. Standing behind is Witch Sandra: Ford. : ~ . · · Private Telegraph For Banks Opens . . . . NEW -YORK, Nov. 1. W-- A new nationwide private wire telegraph . fystern -connecting 142 banks In 86 cities was formally opened today.',-;- ; · - · · Walter: P.. Marshall, president of the .Western Union Telegraph Co. which . developed the system, touched "a" button -to transmit the first: message to all banks on the network.. .' · . On 1 Dec. 4, the network will be ·expanded to connect 46 more banks, hv. 18 other -cities. With more than 27,000 - miles of telegraph circuits,! it will. have a potential capacity of *Dver : ;3,000,000 telegrams In a banking-hour \ month. The^system will provide; direct, fast i and confidential communications .among all banks on the net' work.' Each bank In the system! sees .only. Its own messages and has 1 no, access, to -the messages .ol.the, others^;Each bank' will have a 1 printing telegraph machine to receive and- transmit messages. Anyone who 'can operate a typewriter can -, 'transmit message on the ' machine. Types of communications to be handled by' the network Include nioney; transfers' on ,. a .bank-tobank: basis , or for :the","account: of a third party, security transactions and' quotatiops, credit inquiries and ·Information,.' foreign exchange, and teports.'of (payment or nonpayment on collection and cash items. Jap Court Officials View Harvard Teaching ' CARTRIDGE, Mass., Nov. 1. (#)_ i High court -officials of Japan will I observe Harvard university's method of teaching law ;and confer 'with members ,of,the faculty -in" the next three days. · , , ' The .university announced 3ast|| night that the group will include Kotaro' Tanaka, newly appointed chief justice of the supreme; court; two associates;-and other Japanese judges. . .; ' ..-. Under the new Japanese constitution its supreme court is. .-am-equal third branch ."of the. government rath;er than being under-supsrvi- sion of the/exectitive -'department, Its n ew. powers include the 'rEght to review "all legislative -and administrative acts. - Special Purchase! ZIPPER FRONT RAYON GABARDINE CLASSICS TRICYCLES Reg. $6.95 « SALE * PKICE :.,, 5 "COLUMBUS" 49 36" GAS RANGE Regular $129.50 - SALE PKICE 8% WOOL 95% COTXON: ; BLANKETS Rcjr. $6.95 * SALE * PHJCE 4 99 Seeing is believing . . . and tt's worth a special Mp downtown to see these marvelous valuesi Truly an »ic- ceptional group of fashion-minded dresses at a budget- minded price ... beautifully tailored of rayon gabardine, with a.wealth of smart.detaill Practical, becoming coat dress styles that are ideal for business, shopping and casual wear. Four luscious fall sKades: Navy, Toast, Rust and' Forest Green. 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