Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 1, 1950 · Page 14
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 14

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Middle East Students At Special Guests Of Forum Here Fourteen students from the JJiddie East now attending the University of Arizona'will be special guests Sunday at 8:15 p.m. when the .Sunday Evening Forum presents an illustrated lecture by Dr John .Harvey Furbay, explorer, scientist and educator, hi the university auditorium. A color motion picture entitled '"The Fabulous Middle Eas t--liand of the Arabian Nights" will illus ,trate Furbay's lecture. Dr. Furbay is a fellow of the Jtoyal Geographic society of Lon don and the Royal Anthropollglca Institute and has lived with peoples of many countries, studying their customs, history and philosophy .and documenting on film their way of .life. He is known as a champion of International and intercultura: understanding. An official delegate to the UNESCO conference in Mexico .City ir 1947, Dr. Furbay since has attended sessions of that organization, in Beirut, Lebanon, Paris and Florence, Italy. -. Dr. Furbay's motion picture covers such historic spots as Damascus, Babylon, Bagdad and Ninevah IB; and'deals with the Aral, %vor]d of the past and present. Also covered Is Saudi Arabia with its gigantic oil;' developments- carried on by King .Ion Saud and American oil Interests. Mrs. Freda Eotkin; president of the ;-· Business and Professional Women's : club, .will introduce the Dr. John Harvey Furbay speaker. Mrs. V. T. Jeffries, forum director, will preside. The public s invited. Wsdnasday Evening, Nov. 1. 1950 Holds Farmers Receive Best Treatment ,From Government . By GEORGE GALLUP ' Director, American Institute OJE Public Opinion PRINCETON,, N. J.,"Nov. i.--Of all major occupation groups in the United States 'the public" thinks the fanner gets the best treatment from .Washington, labor the next best and businessmen the least favor- 'ableMhatis the opinion expressed by a representative-cross-section of; American adults interviewed from coast to coast by the American Institute of Public Opinion. ~~ The .results. are particularly in terestihg; in view of reports tha the. Truman administration is mak Ings, concerted effort to woo smal business. . White-collar workers, In the ·opinion of persons ' questioned in the'survey; get only slightly" better treatment from Washington than businessmen. Results Gircn Here are the results of the survey: "Which one of these groups do you think has received the best treatment from the government in Washington--farmers, labor, busi- - ness, or white-collar workers?" Farmers . ,,_ 38% Labor .... . 23 White-collar ...... '...-,-. .~ 14 Business .......... _.»«,,.... .. 8 Don't know .... .--,--.'_ 18 *101% (·Adds to more than 100 per cent because some voters named more than one group.) President Truman himself once acknowledged administration the fact that his had made special efforts to enhance the :Velfare of labor : and the farmer.' 'Most Ungrateful' In accepting the nomination .in the President said that .if and labor, groups did not 1948- farmsupport: him In the election race, they would be the "most ungrateful" people in the world. An Interesting sidelight of. the eurvey is that each of the two top groups--farmer and labor--thinks that the: other is the one getting the best treatment. In other: words, fanners think labor gets the best breaks--where as manual 1 workers 'think farmers are the ones riding'high In favor in .Washington. In recent years there has been Increasing evidence In public opinion surveys that white-collar workers are gradually drifting away from the Democratic party toward the Republicans. Certaintly the white-collar voters are less Democratic than .they once were. Farmers, on the other hand, have in recent years shown a drift away from the Republicans toward the Democrats. In 1949 Mr. Truman's re-election was widely credited to the support of mid' west farmers. 3 Tax Divisions Get Streamlining PHOENIX, Nov. 1. 0P)--A plan to streamline administration of the three principal revenue producing divisions of the state tax commission has been put into effect. The sales, income and luxury tax divisions were consolidated by unanimous vote of the commission i yesterday a n d Elwood Driggsj named to head the new department. Driggs, who formerly was chief of 'the separate sales 'tax division, will not receive any increase in pay, or new title.. Commissioner Thad Moore,"who proposed- the change, has argued he consolidation will provide more fficiency, economy and better control of personnel. W a r r e n Peterson, commission hairman, approved the plan, but Commissioner Joe Hunt expressed doubts over legality of the move, Ithough he said.he was .willing to go along. ' Hunt said he was not sure Driggs could be legally paid under the new setup, because 'his salary-, funfls are budgeted to the sales tax division. . Another Florida Sheriff Oustec TALLAHASSEE, Fla., Nov. 1. (JP A sheriff and a constable have been suspended in Volusia county fo failing to crack down on gambling Gov. Fuller Warren ordered th suspensions of Sheriff Alex Little field and Constable W. M. Slaugh ter yesterday, after Atty Gen. Rich arJ Ervin reported he had evidenc that gambling had 'beon permittei in the county. The 1951 state senate will reviev the charges against "the pair, anr may make the removal final or may reinstate them. Daytona Beach Is the main'citj in the county, on Florida's Atlantic coast. . In all, Warren-has suspended sheriffs in his" campaign to clean up gambling in the state. MUSIC XOT NEEDED MEMPHIS.' Tenn. - (U.R) -- Mrs Henry Lanier can't sing, play anj musical instrument or read music Yet she has written the'lyrics to the popular song, "Stolen Kisses/ ~MPHALI PAYING Drives, Parkin* Lots, Streets, Etc. · FREE ESTIMATES · Dlal'5-731] for the RIUHAKUH P A V I N G CO. HOSPITAL BILLS ANYWHERE IN THE WORLD The Hospital Benefit Association, Arizona's own co-operative, non-profit hospitalization organization, pays hospital bills for members and offers them these extra advantages: · Free choice of hospitals any" where in Ihe world. · No medical examination is required. · Anyone from 1 lo 65 may join. You may enroll your family at once. Membership costs only SI. per month -- Sll per year' -- for cidults, 50( for children. 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