BILL NAUMA.NN, in charge of food for the Republican barbecue starting at 5 p.m. and lasting until 10;30 p.m. at the Santa Rita park today, looks over part of the supplies for the event. Expected to be consumed are-14,000 slices of pickles, 25,000 slices of bread, 300 gallons of dried beans, 30 gallons of barbecue sauce, 100 pounds of coffee, 15,000 servings of condensed lemonade which will be Served'With 6,000 plates and 10,000 cups. Over 2,000 pounds of beef are being prepared under the direction of Marty Baldwin and Fred Blanc for those who come to Lear Howard Pyle, Republican candidate for .governor, speak during the evening. ._ Charges Fly At GOP Rally Administration of several Democratically-controlled county offices was attacked during a Republican rally at 3525 E. Speedway last I night Major, portion of the attack was delivered -against 1 the county assessor's office and the board of supervisors. Republican candidate for county assessor, William E. Dunlap struck at his Democratic opponent for what he termed unequal tax assessments, and William L. Knglish, Republican candidate for supervi- Isor in district No. 2, criticized the I board for its failure to solve the dust problem in Tucson. Among the '-other candidates speaking were Alvin Wessler, candidate for the state legislature, and Curtis Hice, candidate for sheriff. Dunlap defended his examples of inequitable tax assessments, and recalled one instance where Demoi crats said that a sale was not a jlsale, but in effect a trustee arrange- jjment whereby the trustee eventual- Iv acquires the property. " "This property," said Dunlap, sold for 5450,000, while it is assessed for 342,620. They say this vasn't a legitimate sale. The. fact emains that the real estate agent landling the sale has admitted that le received a commission for the ransaction as a sale, not as a transaction handled in the manner the Democrats allege." English cited numerous instances f dust being probable causes..of accidents, then attacked the supervisors for allowing the "hump" to remain in East Speedway beyond Country Club road. "The manager of one store," Engish said, "says that his business na.s been reduced 50 per cent. Four or five other businesses have closed lecause of it." Sforsmt Satis Mztn 2 Thursday Evening, Nov. 1, 1950 City Briefs FRIDAY Â·' Â· K oon--At the Steak House to day the Catalina Rotary club wiJ meet for luncheon and the pro gram will foe a discussion on the amendment to increase state aid to the schools. Ibis proposition will appear on next Tuesday's general -election ballot and th pros and cons of the propositior will Tie discussed by C. A. Carson and F. N. Flnney.," i 8 p.m.--Rubber and duplicate ! bridge sames at the American ' Legion- home. Members of the post and auxiliary and guests arc invited to attend. Council Will Hear DeGroot Dr. A. T. DeGroot, dean of th graduate school of Texas Christia university, will address a gener; meeting of the Arizona Council Churches convention at S p.m. to day in First Christian church. Dr. EeGroot, a member of th World * Council of Churches, n cently returned from Europi where he attended sumrner and fa sessions of that body. The convention opened .its tw j day sessions this afternoon at th Christian church. Sessions for tow and rural pastors will be held a 10 a.m. tomorrow. Adjournrnen will be at 5 p.m. following the mai business meeting. . TUCSON MORTUARY A Friendly. Sincere Service Nejrt to Cathedra) Â·Dial 2-7429 202 S. Stone DRIVE A NEW CROSLEY SEDAN Only S3GG.OO Down and.'$54,CO a Month Gardner Cook Company 502 E/Ninth St.' Phone 4-1323 9V BOB BROOKS " Four full days remain before polls open at 6 a.m. Tuesday to allow voiers to settle the argument of whether the state shall have a Democratic or Republican governor, and whether the taxpayers are going to shell out anywhere from $8,000,000' to $18,000,000 more through enactment of some of the initiatives that will be on the : : ballot. Only four measures on the strength, this person blandly corn- ballot do not Involve either tax mended thg efft)rts Qn spliuing ^ ticket--and added that otherwise, at least one straight Republican ticket would have been cast j money or employer assessments to various funds. These are removing double liability- from bank stockholders, revising the organization of the state board of .education, local option, and segregation in ichools. STATUS Actually, the campaign is all-over Insofar as; the national .and'state candidates are concerned In every county except: Maricopa and Pima -- the two counties that Republi cans are depending upon to give them 'victory. The GOP leaders do not concede either:'county to the Democrats, and they hope'.to run very close races in the other most heavily populated areas -- the counties of Cochise, Gila, Yavapai, Final and Yuma. That is, they hope to run a tight race on the governor *hip. .The Democrats concede 'that the contest for governor will be closer In Pima than in.any other county but they expect a margin not less than Gov. Dan. E. Garvey got here In the primary, which was around -3,500 votes. The Republicans hope it will be closer,'and hope to carry Maricopa by enough-votes to offset Â·whatever they lose in the other 12 counties. BETTING ; Perhaps significant!}', the betting in Phoenix shows some change during,the past 10 days. Bets are now being offered that Mrs. Ana Frohmiller, the Democratic; candidate, Â·will win over Republican Howard Pyle by'not less than 10,000 votes, and a few private bets have been taken- that the Democratic nominee Â·will win'by 15,000 votes. . Ten days ago, those who intended to put folding 'money on the line Â·were talking in terms of a margin of 25,000 votes for Mrs. Frohmiller. At least one of these men said yesterday that he is just as convinced now.of victory for the Democrats is he was 10 days ago, but by less of a margin, and-he has. revised his betting accordingly. Â· PROOF There's no doubt In one Republican's mind that a split ticket can be voted on the .voting machines that will be placed in 15 precincts in and. around Tucson. Before the machines were sealed .yesterday- he tried a couple. He took no chances. 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