Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 1950 · Page 26
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·If Murder Charge Awaits Injured Hainy Will Talk ^ * "· * ^ ^ A ··· A r -· ^ /~* -^* -CTT i i T* A · T /"^ *i i At- vcntan.3, \A Would-Be Assassin In Capitalj F«c es ./« Dr. Emil W. Haury, director of WILLIAMS, Nov. 3. (U.PJ--A.3S- i the Arizona state museum, WASHINGTON, Nov. 3. (U.R)--wear-old wife Rosa already is In | talk to members of the Arizona ii-lni"il TM^-.^ooiifrt,.^ c-^i^l trt/-tai7, iai) on ftj^fl Onfl Vinnrl. flim-p-prl With ! A«f»K'.iortlnrri^il inrl T-Tii?i-«..iml c.y._ ..,][year-old Hop! Indian faced superior ^ ^nMrt- f i - j ^ l i-firfflv nn an assault Federal prosecutors said jail on $50,000 bond, charged with!Archaeological they will seek a first degree murder conspiring in the attempted assas- indictment early next week against sination. Oscar Collazo for the killing of a Hundreds of other .Puerto Rican White House officer in the attempted assassination of President Truman.- Thev refused to say whether simultaneous indictments would be sought against any- other persons for helping the 37-year-o]d Puerto Rican Nationalist i n ' h i s fantastic attempt on the President's life. The riddled body of Collazo's nationalists also have been seized in Puerto Rico, including their and Historical society Sunday at Ventana cave. Members will meet at the museum on 1 the university campus at 8 a.m. Sunday for the round tnp of 220 miles. court w WASHINGTON. Nov. 3. should contact E. B. Danson, Uni-j leader, Pedro Albizu Campos, He|/ T h o s e · wishing transportation! seemed a'likely candidate to stand ' " - -- * - - * " - - - - - - - · trial here with Collazo. Two documents were found on Torresola from Albizu which told the slain charge in connection with shooting of a 15-year-old Wickenburg youth. Ross "Preston Auguh of Keams canyoa was'ordered held in lieu of 82,500 bond following a hearing yesterday. No date was set for the I trial. . MCtlill, vevsity o£ * anthropology. their own drinking depar n ent of aepaiimeni °i| Members will take hospitalized here. The youth 4 Ack-Ack Units To Go To Britain Suramt ffitlTz«t Friday Evening, Nov. 3, 1950 Four army anti-aircraft artillery units will bo sent lo reinforce U.S. air force bases in England early this winter. The army said only that "the complement existing George G. Meade,. Md.; and 60th' (U.R) --I AAA battalion. Ft Scott, San Fran- partner in- the. Blair House gun)hesitation of any kind." battle, Griselio Torresola, lay Tin-' claimed in the morgue here. .Tor- resola's pretty young widow and his 6-mpnth-old ,,daughter were taken into custody by federal agents in New York this morning. assassin to take the leadership of |and hiking shoes, the American-hating Nationalist movement in this country "without No charges were placed -against Mrs. Torresola, but Collazo's 40- MOLLY BEACHBOARD 12-year-old national champion yodeler, is all ready for her performance at the Old Tucson Daze celebration which begins tomorrow, and lasts through Sunday. Molly, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Beachboard, 2518 N. Balboa, has appeared in numerous radio and television shows, and won her latest contest in Log Angeles. . Buses- will leave for Old Tucffon on the hour beginning at 12 noon Saturday and 11 a, m. Sunday, from the bug depot here. Funeral Tomorrow iFor Mrs. Barnier Rosary will-be recited at $-'tonight in the Arizona mortuary chapel for Mrs. June Elizabeth Barnier. who died Tuesday. Requiem mass is set for 9 a.-m. tomorrow at SS. Peter Paul's church, with burial following in Holy Hope cemetery. Pallbearers will be George Remley, Frank Ramsower, Paul Ramsower, Bob Strunk, Doran Frederick and Roy Elbers. Vocat School To Hold Open House ^Tomorrow The public will have an opportunity -to see the work being done in the Tucson high school voca- j tional building when an open house program will be. held there 1 from 7 to 10 p. m, tomorrow, ' , Classes will be in session and all ! active shops and laboratories will 'be in use by students. This program is being staged in connection with National Educational week which starts Nov. 5. French Fall Back Along Border ' SAIGNON, Indo-China, Nov. 3. (U.R) -- Black uniformed Vietnam Communist troops have driven the French from the border fortress of Lackey and smashed the western anchor of the French defense line .along. the Chinese-Indo China border, it was announced officially.''today. .. French military headquarters said -the Laokay garrison of about 1,500 men was ordered to pull but two days ago in order, to escape' encirclement by Communists trained and armed in neighboring China.' The withdrawal was completed yesterday. But the French Sear, guards now are'falling under "some harassment" in the mountains' west of Laokay. i ! ·. Laokay is, located; in -the -far THE ARIZONA COUNCIL OP Churches will conclude its two-day sessions late' this afternoon at the First Christian church. The state Council of Women met at 2 p. m. and a general business session fol- ved^-at 3 p. m. Approximately 30 delegates registered for. the first day. of the convention. 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