Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 2, 1950 · Page 28
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Special Sabbath Services Planned Temple Emanu-El, '225'N.'Country Club rd., will bold special Sabbath eve services at 8:15 p.m. tomorrow when it will commemorate -its 40th anniversary. The first temple of reform Judaism in Arizona was the building completed ' in 1910 at 560 S. Stone -are. Rabbi 'Albert T. Bilgray will lead the services, and an interim; ceremony will bring to ^he pulpit representatives .from the various groups associated with the temple. Their brief remarks will -pay tribute to the position of leadership which Emanu-El has attained .in Tucson. During, the past 10. years its membership has increased from 50 families to well over 300. Participating' in the Sabbath service-will-be Mark Klafter, president of temple: Mrs. Jack Nevins. president of sisterhood: Dr. Charles Jacobson, president of Men's club; Dr. Melvin Halpern, president of TYMS; Theodore Bloom, 'president of'TUMS: Ira Ernst, president of*temple youth; and Robert Allen, president of. the school's student council. Mr. and Mrs. Iferman Novick, music directors of temple for over a decade" and a half, will sing selected hymns in honor of the occasion. 'Following the se.rv.ice, a reception will be held in the foyer of the auditorium. The entire "board of directors will be hostesses. Honored guests -will be the wives of some charter members: Mrs. Dave W. Bloom! Mrs, M. J. Brown and Mrs. Max Lisitzky. The temple will hold a dinner- dance at. 7 p.m. Sunday in conjunction with Its anniversary celebration. Klafter is honorary chairman of the festivity. ' Charles J. Miller is chairman and William Davidson cochairman. Berlin, Mrs. Dennis Bernstein, Mrs. Albert Bilgray, Mrs. Irving Buchman. , Mrs. Alex Federhar, Mrs.. A1 Gilberg, Mrs, Harry Gil- Urges Women) Horses Cause Two Accidents \ Watch Diet At Birth Time MIAMI-BEACH, Fia., Nov. 2. (fp) --American mothers are so well- nourished -through . pre-natal care that they do not .need that last bite of food before leaving to have a baby-in-the hospital, anesthetists were told today. Actually, the importance of mothers abstaining from food Two horses wandering on the horses crossed th eroad from west i0 pen range- about half way be- to east| C lark said. * Worthing' was] S iTp"? Knwes'ciS £TM^ TM ^r^nothefauw * automobile accj- h e stapp ^ su[ j d ' en[yi the. second ."" and upset the Sees 50^000 In Draft Gall injury, but one of the horses was killed . and auto-truck damage of $950 was reported by Highway Patrolman Harold Clark. In the first accident, Sterling V. Worthing, 41. of route 6, box- 591; jammed on 'his brakes when the berg. Mrs. William Glazman. Mrs.jafter labor pains have begun can- Jo Goldman, Mrs. Harry Haller, Mrs. Sam · Jasgur, Mrs. Morris Kleinerman. Mrs.- William LeBofff Mrs. Tony Lebowitz, Mrs. William Maas, Mrs, Abe Makler, Mrs. Arn- not be over-emphasized, said Dr. Robert B. Hingson, of Baltimore; senior surgeon of the IT, S. public health service, and Dr. Ruth B. Merrill, obstetrical anesthetist at dents. Drivers in both cases escapedt.^ Newspaper Reporter Buys Capitol Annex PHOENIX, Nov. 2. ) -- A reporter has purchased -the new 8500,000 Arizona capital annex in a tax sale for .$113.99. tfkl Mandell. Mrs. Joseph Mart, I Sinai hospital, Baltimore.. .. __ Mrs. Nathan Mur, Mrs. Willard in a paper on maternal mor-j The, money was due on five lots \Tft i t/Mrrt TV'TVc- *\ T ntVi^n T? aL-tta ' ATr-C + ,,!·;»-·,, nu.-.-n«*..^ £~». +1TM«~. /-.T^^I-rt r+\ ' Naitove, Mrs. Nathan Rakita,'Mrs. talitv, prepared for the'-closing!..,, ..I.-,, · rv ,, ,,.,,, ,,.;_,. y ,_ 1 ,, ) .-j Irene Rosenzweig. Mrs. . NathanI sess f 0 n of the.'-25th annual coii- on . ^ch . t h e , , still; uncompleted Robinson, Mrs. Theodore Rosenblatt, Mrs. Lawrence Sakin, Mrs. Murray Schiff, Mrs. Jake Silverman, Mrs. Louis Siiverman, Mrs. William Singer, Mrs. Edward Sniot- kin, Mrs. Jack Starr, Mrs. ..Mac Waidman, Mrs, Alex Weiss and Mrs. Karl Zamost. Probe Continues In Hunter's Death PRESCOTT, Nov. 2. (tf) -- Investigation will continue today into'the death of Harry C. Williams, 24, Phoenix, a deer hunter who was found shot to death Friday. A coroner's jury brought in a verdict that Williams died as a result of gunshot wounds inflicted by an unknown person. The verdict did not specifically term the death accidental. BCaOJU.1.1 Ul L 1 J = -iUL.11 0.1111WR1 W W I I | . , s gres of anesthetists, they pointedl bulIdin S stanas. out'that in labor the normal diges-i A tax bill, was-'made out.before tive processes ' are delayed, a^djdeeds were transferred to the state sometimes halted and "thereforejof Arizona which'is tax exempt. Orren Beaty, reporter . for th Arizona. Republic, showed'tip wit the "money at. the tax sale yester day. -. Legality of the sale must b established,, but it is believed. th money will have t o ' b e paid'wit interest'and advertising costs, sine the property was bought from de iinquent tax rolls. food may be ^retained- in the ach for 'a long time during labor and delivery. "During general anesthesia and |delivery, mothers are u n a b l e . t o Prevent food from going down 'nto the lungs," they said. "When C does this, .an experienced anes- :hesiologist is needed to remedy the situation." Clark said damage to the front car was S400- and to-, the towed car .$50, This accident was about 6:27 p.m. 1 At 7:02 p'm., Clark said, the same| !c _ e .^f* two horses again wandered out on the highway,, two miles further north, in th'e path of a soft, drink company truck. The driver, John Tekely, 38,' of .26 E. 32nd si,, said he swerved to miss 'One horse and struck, the. other. The horse died of injuries within a few minutes. Clavk said damage to the truck was $500. The value" o f - t h e blazed face un; branded bay horse was not estL DETROIT,-Nov. 2. (/PJ--A! selective- service official predicted today, the October draft quota, of 50,000 men will be filled, "with perhaps some to spare." Complete figures on October inductions are .not. yet available. JDurlng September selective service sent 30,800 men to the armed services, 800'more than called for. Other quotas already set up are 70,000 for November and 40,000 for December. Brig. Gen. Louis H. Renfrew, selective service deputy director, said in an : address prepared for the convention of the American Hotel Association, Inc., that it is doubtful, however, that 3,000,000 men can be inducted under the present "draft, law, regulations and was asked t o ' r e m o v e ' t h e animal today, from the wreck scene. its- present drive to build defenses i against communist aggression. IffiitrBfltt Batllf (EilfEra Renfrew said 8,332,000 draft registrants IS through. 25 years old have been clasified, 1,612,000 of them as. 1-As^ available -for service. He said . selective service had expected to take 700,000'to 750,000 men -from this pool, but an unexpectedly high rejection rate, student deferments and other factors had reduced the total. 28 Thursday; Evening;.. Nov.* 1J50 TAVERN BUTi BARRED "BLOOMINGTON, Ind." (U,f»--Police Chief Ray Hinkle answered complaints by bis patrolmen* that, living costs are going sky-high-by. telling them they could accept-part: time employment, But, he warned them, no policemen would be allowed to serve as tavern "bouncers" during, off-duty .hours.x* .. mated. The highway department physical standards. This figure is ... ,,~1,_,J j.^.' ,,,,',-,,,,,, A ' 4-W*. . m-i4,-««7 ·Cf"iaT"IPT*a11 V. QPnPrifoH at- tVlo" vmtiAn'r generally accepted at fhe'. nation's armed'forces mobilization goal in NO MONEY DOWN (UNDER $50.00) Three hundred guests will as-| Williams was found underneath semble in the auditorium for the a tree with a bullet hole through his body. Myron Brown, 16, Pres-j cott, made the discovery about 43 minutes after Williams had been last seen by his three hunting companions. County Atty. David C. Palmer said further investigation would be made and X-ray reports showing 10 pieces of metal in the man's body would be studied. closing ceremonies. 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