Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 1950 · Page 9
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Jack Stewart Wins Contest Jack Stewart, a first year law student, won the annual extemporaneous speaking contest conducted by Phi A l p h a Delta, legal honorary, Wednesday eve- .ning in the Uni- · yersity of Arizona law lege. Stewart, a debater who rep- r e s e n t e d t h e 1 university i n I competition at IWest Point last ·year, won out in a field of 20 contestants. Second place went to Barnes McNulty, third year law student, while third place wasi awarded John Greemvay, second year student. Stewart's name will be engraved on a cup displayed in the law college. Soap Sale To Aid Campaign To obtain more funds for their current cancer fund drive, the Pueblo Junior Women's club will receive'the profits from a three- da}' sale of soap products at El Rancho market this week, it was announced yesterday. John Hardy, market owner, will donate the profits from more than three tons of soap products to be sold at ,his store today through Sunday. Mrs. Floyd Fuller, club chairman, will distribute free samples and gifts to the first 1,000 pur- ; chasers. ' Assisting Mrs.'Fuller are committee members Mmes. Gail Hummel, H a r r y McKeever, Ned Mathews, Jack Burris, Howard D. Smith, Robert Winslow, Thomas Chandler, R. E. Poston, Max Henkel, M. A. Carreras, Howard Carlson and James Mitchell. · Others are Mmes.. William 0. Fraesdorf, Johnny Anderson, C.-A: Burner, G. B. Edmiston, Howard Pumphrey, WlHlam Miscnhick, Linn Hazeh, Blair W, -Savior; Don Vosberg, JLouis. Statlin, and Don aid Copenhayer. ' News From Towns A ro u n dTheNa tion SANTA BAEBARA, Calif,, Nov. 3. (U,R)--Mrs, Catherine Denkman Wentworth, widow o:E Boston Art Critic Edward. S. Wentworth, left most of'her $7,000,000 estate to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art. Appraisal of the estate filed here showed it consisted of $5,898,016 in cash and bonds and 51,182,000 in ar objects. The artist, collector an art patron died at Monteclt near here Mar, 3, 1948. Among the articles willed t the museum was a 8370,000 col Metal Course To Be Offered A special .night course for-adult, in basic metalcraft will -begin in December, 1 sponsored bythe countj recreation department, it was an nounced today. The course, -will include instruc tion in working- with tin,' copper and aluminum. It will .offer par ticipants practical experience in techniques like hammering, forming, etching, annealing and soldering. Classes will begin Monday, Dec, 4, and will be held from 7:30 to 9 p. m. Enrollment will be limited and interested persons are urged to register now at the Pima county recreation 'department office in the tower room of the courthouse. Three Engineers Retire From SP H. C. (Pop) Sarrels, Tucson, looked back on 50 years' service with the Southern Pacific railroad today after completing his last run its an engineer. Sarrels and two other SP engineers retired this week with a total of :130. railroading years to their credit. Sarrels made his final run at the throttle of Southern Pacific's No. 4, the Golden State Limited. Herbert A. Patten, father of Harold A. Patten, U. S. representative from Arizona's district 2, retired after 45 years' service and E. J. 'Richards completed 35 years with 1 th'e SP. Both live inTucson. Accepts Call To Unitarian Church Rev. Dan Huntington Fenn, director of the American Unitarian association's department of the-ministry, has accepted a call to become pastor of the Tucson Unitarian church. He will succeed Rev, Robert Henry Holmes who resigned this summer to accept a New England pastorate. Rev. Fenn, who is a former chaplain in the Massachusetts 'iiouse of representatives, will arrive here in mid-November. The Unitarian church Is temporarily holding services in the Miles school building. City Briefs FRIDAY 6:30 p.m. --Miss Alice Vail, member of board of directors, national education association, will broadcast over station KOPO explaining Amendment 302. SATURDAY 11 a.m. -- Meeting of Arizona Pioneer Historical society at Uni. verslty of Arizona stadium" building. Buffet lunch will be served following reception and meeting. SATURDAY 8 p. m.--The College Mrs. cltI ·will have its animal barn dance at the American Legion building. Mr. and Mrs. George Wandby will be callers. All, University of Arizona students, their wives and friends are invited. lection of French antique silvar believed to be the second mos valuable in the world. HOUSTON 7 , Tex. OP)--Unwar ranted price increases may resul in sharp rollback orders if--anc when--the government invokes price control. This sharp hint came from Wu Stuart Symington, boss .of the mobilization effort, in a speech here last night. Noting that it seems that some concerns have raised pric.s un justifiably in'the belief that, if ceilings are imposed, they would · be set at these higher levels. * "I want to tell you now, without any possibility of misunderstanding," he said, "that these policies will be taken into consideration when and if the government is required to establish controls." He said, the government would analyze pricing policies followed since the' Korean outbreak, "industry by industry and com rnodity by commodity." · "And can aiypne complain if his actions in the market place result in price schedules which would be related to an earlier pr.ice base?" he asked. Symington spoke at a meeting of the Theater .Owners of America, Inc. OKLAHOMA ' CITY, (/P) -- The Rev. Lester Ford .of ,'Painesville, Ohio, has been,named president of Midwest Christian college here. Mr. Ford was named by trustees of the college during the three-day Midwest Christian' convention . which closed ' here last night. ' - The college has been without a president since 'Francis Araht resigned two years ago. ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., --The American Dental Association yesterday opposed unification of the federal ·government's medical services and approved use of sodium fluoride to fight tooth decay. , In a resolution adopted at the ·closing- s'essio'n of the 9lst annual meeting, the association's house of delegates instructed its council on legislation to fight the establishment of a\ unified medical administration as recommended by the Hoover commission. It favored continued independent medical services for the army, navy, air force, veterans administration and public health service. It cited-experience in the veterans- . - administration,' "where progressive measures to improve the dental service have been obstructed by the civil service." The association · approved use of sodium fluoride in drinking' HIVIR ASK FOX "ASPIRIN" ALONE St. Joseph ASPIRIN I water as an aid in fighting tooth decay. CHARLESTON, W. Va. 01.0-Search for a 1.7-year-old student nurse who apparently was abducted by her former teacher five days ago swung to the southwest today. State police' said they have radioed Clayton, N. M., authorities to watch for Lewis G. Daniel, 35-year-old, divorced high school instructor, who disappeared in his car with nurse Ann Tabor from in front of a local hospital. She was formerly a student in his classes. ·, Police said Daniel has'relatives in Clayton. : CLEVELAND. (JPJ--There are about 24,000 unemployed persons in Cleveland, the smallest number since VJ day, the Ohio state employment service reported today. fttttean OJillsrn Friday Evenlna, Nov. 3, 1950 had prepared an information charging the woman--who was not named--with "torturing and tormenting" the youngsters. He said she was suffering with pangs of conscience. "We are going to give the ·woman a chance to contact the parents of the children and make apologies," Shapiro said. "If they agree to drop the charges, no case will be filed." Shapiro said the woman admitted heating, coins in a pan and offering them to the children after they were invited into her house to sing while she prepared a "treat" MIAMI, Fla. (/?)--A middje- 'aged woman who burned nine children in a "trick or treat" incident Halloween night may escape prosecution if she apolc-' gizes properly. Herbert Shapiro, assistant county solicitor, said yesterday he YELLOW CAB ALEXANDRIA, La. (/?}--"Xo places off limits" for military personnel is the goal of Louisiana military officials, mayors, and law enforcement agencies. This announcement was made yesterday after the various groups met to consider problems created by the growing number of military personnel in the Alexandria area. Oklahoma's 45th division is stationed at nearby Carnp Polk. · More than 200 Rapides parish beer retailers pledged their cooperation with both civil and military officials in preserving the law. THE TILE SHOP AT 422 E Ninth st. was burglarized yester day afternoon after a thief had en tered through an unlocked back door, pftlice reported today. An ad ding machine and two boxes of tile were taken, police said. OVERHEARD IN NEW YORK,N.Y^ LCTS 00 IT UP RI5HT WITH PETRIWINg/ P«lri Wir,»-Co.. Son Francisco, CoW. ·$, Cast your vote for i. Continued Good ' , Government |g Re-Elect J. HOMER BOYD Democrat to Board of Supervisors District No. 1 LET'S HAVE EQUALIZED TAX ASSESSMENTS! HERE'S A CONCRETE EXAMPLE OF HOW ASSESSING IS DONE NOW: Home, Northeast Location Downtown Business Prop. seiu,, g PTM, '30,900 tw* PTM. '450,000 »42,620 Assessed for Tax Purposes;.. /,U*IU «*, Price ...... Assessed for Tax Purposes % of Sales P t k e . . . 25 % % of Sales Prke.. 9 ^ % LET'S END THIS UNFAIR SITUATION! Keep Them Handy . . . 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