Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 4, 1950 · Page 3
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"Your Vote Is Your Voice-Let It Be Heard!" ' CALVIN WEBSTER State Senator (two to be elected) : Lawyer, veteran, f o r m e r teacher. Would test legislation solely on basis of ; whether It was good for whole state. State Senator (two to be elected) 50-year resident of Arizona. Successful Independent mine operator. Wants to encourage development of water and other resources. Favors close check on expenditures. B~p-s-'v,«* J~7-*V ·*·,.- ROBERT S. TULLAR * Judge of Superior Court Still young, but a lawyer of matur* character. Careful, patient, a deep student of the law; impartial and conservative. Opposed to socialistic philosophies characterizing many Federal courts. ' WILLIAM L. ENGLISH -s Supervisor, District No. 1 Proprietor of successful business which,' bears his' name. \ Knows where tax money comes from. Will treat office as Important business. Will not delegate hts duties to representatives of other districts. WALTER L. ELLIS Supervisor, District No, 1 Former mayor South Tucson. ; Long active in Tucson civic affairs. Sees'great possibilities in promotion of and coopers tion with improvement districts. Will stop cynical representation of district. EDGAR F. RUCKER County Attorney Dedicated to effective enforcement of the law and sound advice to connty departments. Condemns expenditure of large sums of money by persona seeking this office. War veteran. - W. I. (BILL) DUNLAP ' Connty Assessor He seeks tax equalization throughout Pima County. He.finds hundreds of inequities in assessment which, with a sense of fair play, he-wants to correct. KATE VAN BUSKIRK County School Superintendent Would bring to office rich, background of 29 years experience in Pima County schools. Beloved by hundreds of her former pupils. MRS. SAMUEL H. FOWLER County Treasurer 25-year resident of Tucson. Has accounting experience. Long active in. auxiliary of veterans' group. Widow of late Samuel H. Fowler, Tucson attorney. CURTIS W. RICE Sheriff Former officer of Tncson police, Vefc eran of Air Corps. National Guard officer. Has the courage to enforce th« laws as written. HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES CANDIDATES "WILLIAM EDMONSTON ! Representative, District No. I ' Polling places: Mcnlo Park, Davis,. I M»J«n*, Cortaro and Flowing Wells ; schools, · Has iccompllshed many things for hli . (ilstrlct. Service on dust control com! ralttee, Park Commission. Can do more for the district In capacity of legislator. LOUIS MENAGER Representative, District No. 3 Polling places: Salvation Army, Do Molay Hall, Safford School, Santa Cruz chnrch school. Born in Tncson. Employed in S. P. Shops. A candidate because he wants to re-establish two-party system. Pledged only to serve in honest, business-like manner. CHARLES J. KENNEDY .Representative, District No, 4 ' Polling places: Wakefield, Sunnyside ·nd Rose schools. Air Force Veteran, Employed by American Red Cross regional.blood bank system. Especially Interested In modernizing our state government, reducing traffic deaths, saving the tourist business for Tucson, and revising tax system. OLIVER J. LAUBSCHER Representative, District No. 5 Polling places: Dnnbar, Roskruge t Tucson Senior High School, Y. W, C. A. and Congregational church. 20 years of law practice in Tucson, Veteran of World War I. Believes: Too much foolish expenditures by state in recent years and too much compromise legislation adopted: ' shoull consider effect of legislation on future generations. ARTHUR E. SPRINGER Representative, District No. 8. Polling places: University of Arizona stadium; University Heights and Mans- fcld Jr. High schools. Engaged: in real estate business.. Opposes socialistic-communistic tendencies In government from top-to bottom. Will flight for Arizona's - share of Colorado river, along with his colleagues. JULLIETTE C. WILLIS Representative/District No.;T^ Polling places: Jefferson Pflrlr, Bles* toan and S.S. Peter Paul schools, . Experienced as officer In local-organizations. Wants to preserve the tradition* that made this country great--thrift, honesty. Initiative, opportunity. Want* all children, to know same stable, iwhol*- ·ome childhood she knew. V. S. (JOHN) HOSTETTER Representative, District No. 8 Polling' places: Sam Hughes school!, Church of Christ, and El Conquistador Hotel. . ! Two-term Incumbent of legislature. Kants to restore the two-party system of government in Arizona. DAVID R. SPRUNT Representative, District No. 9 Polling places: Roosevelt, '-Amphitheater and Helen Keeling schools. Owner of- tie Deseret Motel in the district With 40 years of substantial business experience, he believes he can help get , Arizona state government on a sound basis again. ·ALVIN WESSLER Representative, District No. 10 Polling places: Peter Howell and Ft. Lowell schools; Beach Maytag store oil Grant Koad. Engaged in insurance and real estate business. Believes complete revaluation of all real estate is. needed; that public welfare program shanld be overhauled; that attention should be given to enacting better health laws and enforcement of them. LLOYI G. FOWLER Representative, District No. 11 . Polling places: Miles and Elizabeth Borton schools; Naval Training Station. Accountant. Loves State of Arizona but doesn't like the state government as It is now run. Concerned with dealing effectively with crime and foreign agents. For conservative government and revision of tax structure. JAMES W. EWING Representative, District No, 12 Polling places: St. Philip's Chnrch, Salpointc Catholic High, Catalina Jr. High and Cragin schools. . Three-term incumbent. Distinguished long time Tucson civic leader. Success as a co-partner in Shamrock Dairy. Great friend of the University of Arizona. THOMAS G. BEAHAM Representative, District No. 13' Polling places: Davidson school;" Taa- quc Verde Missipn; Pantano, Vail, Empire, Twin Butte's, Continental, Arivaca schools; Sahaarita Enterprise office. Five years service in World. War JL Combat veteran. Engaged In cattle ranching. Qualified to represent the district from one end .to-the other. , Concerned about trend to socialism in government everywhere and wants to-apply the brakes on this and also on wasteful spending. AJO, SELLS, LUKEVILLE, SANTA ROSA CANDIDATES r : LANCE I. GILLESPtE Supervisor, District ;No. 3 Ajo businessman. Offers voters of .his district experience and mature judgment. AUDREY S. HETVNAK Representative, District No. 1 Has business and club experience in Ajo; tireless in community betterment activities. ELMER E. SCOVILLE Justice of the Peace, District No. S Veteran of World War I and World War Q. 0. J. "JOE" GILLESPBB Constable, District No. 3 Employed in Ajo where he is a property owner. Active in community affairs. THE PIMA COUNTY REPUBLICAN COMMITTEE IS PROUD TO PRESENT THE 26 COUNTY CANDIDATES SHOWN ABOVE

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