Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 1, 1950 · Page 7
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 7

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Recruiter Will Have P. 0. Quarters Tech. Sgt. John C. Lewis, U. S. marine .corps, will be in charge of the new marine recruiting office which.'.opened in the post office · building here Monday. ' The marine office is located to room 424, which is also the navy recruiting office. Expansion of the marine corps is given as the reason for reopening the marine office which was closed here last Mar. 28. Charges Fly In Campaigns , · .By United Press ·The Democratic party platform highlighted charges and counte charges as the campaign tempo f o next Tuesday's general election wa accelerated. . ; Howard Pyle, Republican cand date for governor, opened a two dav tour of northern Arizona wit a hard-hitting speech at Flagstaf high school auditorium last niglf ' ; Pyle criticized his opponent' campaign slogan with the assertion, "it seems rather odd that on whosa party has done nothing fo 20 years but experiment, particu larly in national affairs, shoul now ...propose to offer you 'exper ence--not an experiment'." Wouldn't Trade "Frankly, I wouldn't .trade m; experience in public affairs in Ar: *ona, my personal, first-hand acquaintance with the problems o this state, my knowledge of th needs of the-people of-this -area for my opponent's 35 years on pub He payrolls--most of it confined in aide four -walls of the statehous In Phoenix," he ·declared. He charged that "for most of'ui political experience is more llkelj to be associated with chicanery and Qfaoum Wtdimday Evtnlng, Nov. 1,1950 clever backroom manipulation -than with- the people." common good of the Pyle charged" that his opponent's criticism of. the failure to condemn legalized gambling in the Repub 'lican .platform '.was evidence o frustrated attempts to attack the party.- ' ·"; -.-;.Makes. Promise "The party.didn't have to go on record against It because its prln cipal .leadership, the GOP, candl date'for'goyernor, was the first-of the gubernatorial candidates to an nounce ; himself-as unequivocally - opposed to , this proposal," Pyle taid: - Mrs. -Ana Frohmlller, the-Demo- eratic gubernatorial aspirant,, told a radio audience in Phoenix-that ·he intended to keep her promise to "bring millions of dollars in. new payrolls to Arizona; and more tourist and full employment" if she is ·elected. J ' '; ' She said approval of the legal, feed- gambling.-.bin next week is the _ cnly thing that, could upset her plans. ' : . ".. '"I and our Democratic party are pledged y against legalized gambling," she declared^: "We do not want legalized / gambling to ruin Arizona and to· blast all'hope of at' tractingaewjndustries.". , .' M elected,-^she said, "she".Intends to "help bring,,to Arizona- this iitate's greatest era of development. ...-"..-.- · : . · " · - - · Woimds Self, Held OnMitfder Charge · ROCHELLE, 111., Nov. 1. Ray Henry, "60, who .police said, admitted slaying his y o u n g , crippled -son -and then shot- and wounded himself, was held ; on a charge of murder today. Henry was -.fa- critical condition from the self-inflicted bulle ·wounds. Police' said Henry admitted shooting his'youngest son, Gar rett, yesterday because he feared the boy would have a difficult time making a living .because cf his physical condition. The boy had ft shortened left' leg as a result of a. polio attack in 1946. Police said Henry related he «hot his youngest son through the heart with a .22 caliber rifle bullet and then shot himself. Later he called police.. Henry's .wife, Viveene, .was at work in a laundry,' The Henrys iave two other sons, Marshall, 12, and Corp. Morris iHenry, on duty with the army ?ln-Alaska, ! Murderer On Mule Escapes SANTA FE, N. M., Nov. I. (U.R)-- State patrolmen and prison guards today took to horses and jeeps in aif effort to rim down a life-term axe murderer and the black mule on which -he escaped from the state prison clay pits yesterday, Warden Howell Gage said that despite an all-night search through the rough mountains' southeast of here, Adolph Kappel- still remained at large. However, officers said they have found fresh tracks, along with the place where the SB-year- old man "holed up"-for.the night. As they took up the search at daylight Kappel was still on his "oie plug mule," and moving' right along. Kappel, convicted of murdering his wife, Bertha, with an axe in December, 1947, galloped to freedom after taking the second half of his mule team for water yesterday. Searchers found the mule's harness last -night but Gage said they have not seen Kappel since shortly before dark when · he sighted and fired on the prisoner. Earlier .the warden had expressed the belief that the prisoner would abandon his animal during the night because of a "stout barbwire" fence around the area. The 'ence surrounds the Santa Pe national forest and Gage explained that there were" only two or three gates along its entire stretch. He skid "we think it would.be, hard .for him to 'break down the fence to get his .mule over. And we've had men at the gates." Gage said he did not believe, that vappel was armed and added "I don't believe he will be dangerous f trapped , . . But you never can :11," : Kappel's .escape was not dis covered until some 25 minutes after he left and police theorize: that he probably followed the old stagecoach route. The search was being concentrated- In an area about 10 miles southeast of here n the .Apache ranyon area near ~un 'mountain. An airplane was used. In the search, several^ guards "were on horesback and State Police Chief 'oe Roach was in the area' in- a eep. Railroad Yard - Thieves Sought . City police, and sheriff s deputies today were on the^ lookout for thieves who made three raids at the Pacific Fruit Express Co., yards of the Southern Pacific railroad. . . . · J. V. Frazer, railroad Jnvestl-, gator, reported last night the most recent of the series of burglaries. He said a gasoline credit book wa taken from a company car at th yards Monday. Previously on Oct. 25 four ba'. teries worth S60 were taken from a ear and on Oct. 28 four cases o whiskey valued at $152 weri taSen from another car. RCA Asked To Share TV Tube WASHINGTON, N o v. 1. (U.R) -Tie federal communications commission today awaited a reply from the Recllo Corp. of America to its equest that RCA give the Columbia roadcasttog system the benefit of ts ; :research on color television. RCA officials had no immediate omment on the commission re- uest. -But there, were indications ley would be* ready to issue a .atement before nightfall. ; The commission recently author, ized CBS to begin color telecasting on Nov. 20. It ruled against the rival RCA system with its "tri-color tubes" which, unlike the CBS system, enable presenfsets to pick up color telecasts'in black-and-white without extra equipment. .. In a letter to RCA yesterday, the commission noted,that its decision authorized RCA to continue ,rc- search on the tri-color tube and. its color system. 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