Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 2, 1950 · Page 17
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Views Given By Curnutte Congressional District 2. · Name of Candidate--John Curnutte. : Address--Winslcw. State--Arizona. Pairty^----Republican. Biographical Information. A. Education 1 -- Wayne, W. Va., higH-school; Oak View Teachers College, B.A., University of West Virginia--political science and history., B..Occupation--Taught grade and high schools in Wayne, W. Va, Principal of Junior High schools, in Twelve Pole and Inez, Ky. Superintendent of schools, San- coval County, New Mexico, Farming., , Railroad--Fireman and engineer, since .1941. on the Santa Fe. C. jTiyic Activities--No commun- itv service organizations. "D. Public Office--None. Ran 1946 for Congress. Candidate's Stand on Issues Q. What steps do 1 you consider most important to our 1 foreign pol- icv in 'securing the peace? Af We should be well prepared at home with a strong army, navy and air force. We should work for a balanced budget. We should stop all .'appeasement, and be positive that.all r those responsible for our foreign' policy have faith in our capitalistic form of .government. · Q. What federal fiscal policies do you believe will best promote ; prosperous United States economy .A. We'Should accept the recom mendatlons of the Hoover Commis sion, Mr. Curnutte- would vote and fight to'.cut out all unnecessary spending. He' believes that ever) man-acd woman on the. federa payroll'who is not producing some thing -beneficial should be cut off Q. In what pieces of legislation are'' -you , .'especially interested" Please state support or opposition t. Securing passage of the Cen tral Arizona Project. b. Supporting the Mundt-Fergu son Bill.relating to Communnism. c. Punishment by death for trea son to the United States in peacetime as well as wartime. Caiididates Answer Questions'Patten. Lists Views On Post This is-the third in series of three articles on the qualifications, of state candidates. The questionnaires were filled out by'the candidates themselves on forms submitted to them from the League of Women Voters of Arizona.. John Curnutte Harold Patten Europe Chiefs Defy Soviet d. Strict trust laws. enforcement oE anti e. A'tariff bill high enough to protect American workmen and industry. : Another Newsprint Firm Boosts Price COOSA PINE, Ala., Nov. 2. (ff) --The Coosa River Newsprint Corp. has notified all its customers of--an increase of $6,-per ton on newsprint, effective on all shipments - made today. A;- telegram- to customers said the price, raise wss "made necessary as a result of increased costs of both labor and materials." · The-mill, newest newsprint producer in the United States, is operating at capacity. . - ' The Coosa -River company's increase was the second suclr.action taken since the initiative in raising newsprint was taken by ihe leading Canadian producers" two weeks ago. The Inland Empire Paper Co.. Woodland, Wash., increased its selling price $10 a ton, effective Oct. 141 ROME, Nov. 2. (ff) -- Foreign min. sters and their deputies from 13 Council of Europe nations gathered here today to try to weld a unified army strong enough to stop Soviet aggression. The debate probably 'will focus on whether and how to include German troops in such a western de- fense'command. That was the issue which stalemated the Washington meeting of whose ministers are meeting here. But while the United States and Britain Have called for the use of, German troops, perhaps in whole division strength, France and some of the smaller countries have withheld approval. Also -high on the agenda of the Labor Party Seeks Power LONDON, Nov. 2. (£)--The Labor government's plan to obtain permanent powers over Britain's economy has been countered with a Conservative proposal that it limit ILEjttit LU tjjJCU^il- |parliament instead. Icanip in a -house of commons debate; yesterday. It was offered by one of the leading: political philosophers of the opposition party, R. A. He described Labor's proposal .that it be granted lasting., powers "'jto control "production, distribution, Congressional District 2. Name of candidate Harold A. (Porque) Patten. Address--1228' North Highland, j' The conservative s u g g e s t i o n State--Arizona, Party--Democrat. Biographical Information: A. Education -- Tucson public schools. Graduated University of Arizona, E. S. degree, 1930. B. Occupation -- Recreational rector for City of Tucson; sales-l CO nsumption man and sales dlrecior for Mutual Life Insurance Co. of New "York. C. Civic Activities -- Past Commander of American Legion post and state department. Worked as loader of group on Community Chest Drive. D. Public Offices--U. S. Congressman. Candidate's Stand'on Issues, Q. What steps do you consider most important to our foreign policy in securing the peace? A. Strong continued support of the. United Nations and strong administration of the Marshall Plan to combat Communism. Q. What federal fiscal policies do you believe will best promote a prosperous United States economy? A. Balance the budget as soon asj possible. Stabilize world condi- itself' to specific annual acts cf powers now on a temporary basis, renewed holdovers from wartime Hitler-like "Reichstag method of governing." Ths Labor regime, which has a slim majority in the house of commons, has those economic control regulations. Meanwhile Labor picked a candidate for the commons seat vacated by the resignation of Sir Stafford Cripps. He is Anthony Wedgwood Benn, 25-j-ear-old heir of Lord Stans- gate. A special election will be held soon at Bristol, with Benn probably opposed 'by Conservative, Liberal Clerk Held After Tavern Fatality PHOENIX, Nov. 2. OJ.RJ-^A 31 year-old Scottsdale grocery. 3 p.m. todayj.ibefore;'Justice 6£ the. Peace E. A.. Richardson". ,'l' V: '',, Sheriffs' deputies said witnesses^' clerk told them .Haynes struck' was held for investigation of manslaughter today in connection with the. death of Scottsdale cafe Haynes died Lyle Haynes,: ,30, owner, shortly after mid- tions. Bring to a successful conclusion the Korean situation. weight of agreements readied I))' their various governments. This is one of several steps by Q. In what pieces of legislation are you especially interested? Please state support or opposition. A. a. Central Arizona Project. s -E --- vet s. and prices" as a and Independent candidates. night following a scuffle in .a Scottsdale tavern. . Death was attributed to a.head injury The Maricopa county sheriff's office ordered Al Wels, described as a friend of the victim, held 'pending an Inquest scheduled at I. ffltRwn Thurtd»y Evenlne, Nov. 2, "1530 on a table during the "scuffle.' They said the pair had been, having a" "friendly argument." · . ' : . '. " "" J. 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Y,, Nov. 2. ve Catholic priests with a ;6tal of more than 60' years experience as foreign missionaries lave been assigned by the Maryknoll fathers to serve in new territory- on the island of Formosa, iast stronghold of the Chinese Nationalists. These" men , will. comprise the lioneer group going to Taichung: Father Arthur C. Lacroix, New- on, Mass.. a veteran of IS years n China; Father Thomas N, Quirk, 'ortsmouth,' N." H., -16 years' in Manchuria and China: Father Francis J. Daubert, Philadelphia, 12 ears In China; Father Michael H. O'Connell, San Francisco, and 'ather John P. Tackney, Somer- ille, Mass., each nine years in :hina. consultative .assembly at Strasbourg become something more effective than a political debating society and hopes to move toward Europ'ean unification. Forest Service Names Engineer WASHINGTON, 'Nov. 2. 0P) -Howard R. Jones has been named regional forest service engineer for the northern region, with headquarters at MIssouIa, Mont., the department of agriculture announced today. Jones, who has been serving as assistant chief engineer of the forest service here, succeeds Fred Thieme as head of the agency's engineering activities in Montana, n o r t h e r n - Idaho, northeastern Washington a n d northwestern South Dakota. Born at Missoula, Jones is a graduate of the University of Montana. During 1919 and 1920 he worked in Missoula with the U.S. bureau of public roads, and in 1930 he entered the forest service as a topographer. He became assistant chief engineer in.1 S31 dustry, c. Agricultural legislation such as is necessary to protect our crops; such as cotton. d. Legislation to rehabilitate the Indian, e. Opposed to compulsory health! laws and the Brannsn Plan, He favors all measures -which pertain to the welfare of Arizona and of the nation as'a whole. 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