Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 2, 1950 · Page 20
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 20

Tucson, Arizona
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Thursday, November 2, 1950
Page 20
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U. N. Votes On Veto Bypass FLUSHING, N. Y., Nov. 2. (UR-The United Nations genera! assembly votes today to give itself power to bypass a veto in the security council and use an international army to halt aggression. The plan, sponsored by the BARBER DOUBLE-CROSSED LINCOLN, Nob. (U.R) -- Armando Sausecios, 23-year-old Chicago laborer, was sentenced to six years Jn the penitentiary a f t e r « pleading guilty to robbing a Lincoln barber of $EO. The barber, Oscar M. Powell, charged Sausedos bought a gun and ammunition from him in his shop then used the weapon to rob him. CHARLES McCULLOCH surveys the damage on his home after a butane gas explosion early yesterday morn; ing. McCulloch sustained a sprained knee when the force of the explosion thrust him up to the ceiling. The home is located at 2874 N. Kendall Rd., near N. Swan and E. Fort Lowell Rds. The blast occurred when he lit a match to start the oven. His wife, four children, and two guests, who were sleeping in bedrooms were uninjured. McCulloch, a Boilermaker at the railroad shops, was on crutches after being treated at Tucson medical center. Two walls of the small adobe building were demob'shed, and the kitchen was a complete loss. Youth Faces Goblins Mix Theft Count Up News Item Charged with' grand'theft for grabbing S195 in currency from the box office of the Tucson Little theater In the Temple of Music and Art, Walter William Fowler, 21 of Los Angeles, was today helcj for Pima county prosecution. Fowler was originally caught nearly two weeks ago by university coeds in the basement of Maricopa hall and turned over to the sheriff's office. In justice of the peace court, Fowler .was convicted of vagrancy The Halloween goblins got a police report in the Daily Citizen yesterday mixed up. Today in city court Magistrate, trainecl| orgam zeei ana equipped Paul J. Cella dismissed charges of (that they could promptly be made malicious mischief against Thomas available, in accordance with their Gilmour Jr., university student, respective constitutional processes with a lecture that he "was a big for service as,a UN unit or units v,',._,,,,.» upon recommendation of either bov now. Gilmour appeared, charged by police as one of a group of youths who turned on a fire hydrant on and help in jail denied any thefts time. 1(i Halloween. at eluded poli unable ' Today Detective Kenneth C. Yeazell said the youth had been "positively identified" by Mrs. Grace Yoder as the Little Theater thief. Mrs. Yoder had stepped out of the office briefly and encountered the youth as she returned to the ticket window. After he left, she found the S195, including S35 of her own money, was missing. She said the youth brushed past _ _ . , ^--^-j i j *j, e T em pie the time of the theft. Mrs. Yoder gave police a complete description of the boy and the IJttle. at . Funds set aside for the improve- Ynrtpr tn 'a hotel e e l l 1 said furtSer check a United Cleaners, 340 S. Stone ave., TMnt are P ar t of 5209,000,000 worth Ehownd that the suspected youth of army and air force construction had brought in for cleaning a ma- to be undertaken in 27 states, ter- roon V-neck sweater and a pair of ritories, Bermuda and Okinawa, ' slacks which also fitted the description given by Mrs. Yoder. The as the person who brought in the cleaners also identified the youth clothing, Yeazell said. United States and six other countries, calls on all UN members to earmark units of tneir national armed forces to be put at the disposal of the veto-free general assembly for use whenever a veto paralyzes action by the security council in an emergency. ' ·' Although Russia has denounced the plan, it was expected to gain final approval with at least ··'50 votes by the general' assembly. Fifty countries voted for the plan when it was debated,by'the assembly's main political committee. Only Russia and the four other Cominform states o.ppose'd it and Argentina, India and Syria abstained. John- Foster Dulles, Republican adviser to the state department and generally credited with "fathering" the "United Action for Peace" plan, told the .assembly that it is "a good policy of insurance' against World War III." In its simplest form, the plan provides that each member of the UN should "maintain within its national armed forces elements so equipped Satlsj GJtHzrtt 20 Thuriday E v e n i n g , Nov. g, 1950 Wafelf Value! BULOVA The other youths jupon ___ the assembly or the council. ' In addition, to the "UN Army" plan, the assembly also is expect, ed to approve a resolution put forward by Syria and Iraq calling on the Big Five powers to consult, "individually and collectively" among themselves and with other countries, on means to maintain turned on the hydrant. 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