Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 4, 1950 · Page 7
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 7

Tucson, Arizona
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Saturday, November 4, 1950
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City Urged To Back Chiang Glenn Ginn, local attorney, as-. ierted;in a'talk before the Metho. dist "Men's-club of the University- Catalina church, 2700 E. Speedway; last' night that -Americans should support the nationalist gov- 'ernroent of Generalissimo Chiang : Kai-shek because it is the only one existing in Asia willing to oppose \ Soviet Russia. : Ginn argued that the Chinese Communist government was not a creation of the Chinese people but a puppet government imposed on ,.the Chinese people by Soviet .Russia by brute force. "You .cannot find in Tucson a : tingle Chinese who is not backing '' the Nationalist government of Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek · and . who does not oppose the Red government of China at Peiping," Ginn asserted. The attorney said this opinion .among Chinese extended to the '·westcoast.cities and to Hong Kong .and, Shanghai and to the Chinese ' people themselves. ·-- -Faults Admitted · .The- Chinese know the government .of Chiang Kai-shek was not perfect,:but.' at least' it was a beginning of democratic.government, ;" Ginni added." "But it-was their own . government, and -independent- of : outside control," he said. · Under . the Chinese nationalist government,, Ginn reminded his audience American businessmen .could' carry or. orderly trade and "American missionaries could work . without interference. · ··· until-.1944,: said, the University of Arizona law graduate who made TheThrMThatComesOnce indLffeSme: BY H. You've PICKED en tv. DUKES, Yrt SIS BiJLUV Trig CWS WHEN YOU BgLlgVgD SVgftYTHING "LION MARROW,"' BOUSHT FROM A TtfA\jeuN //IAN, AMD GUARANTYSP TO Avuce YOU STROMG AS SANPOW · - -',1 Collazo Trial Tucsonians To Make Possible\ 40 And 8 Meets To-Move Fast Treat For German Children WASHINGTON, Nov. 4. (IP}--An early murder trial, possibly in Feb- Christmas gifts for 50. needy German children in Wiesbaden, Germany are being sought by a Woman's club committee headed by Mrs. R. R. Hinnant. The plea for gifts by Nov. 15 comes as a result of ruary, appeared m prosper today| a letter from a former Tucsonian, Staff Sgt. Frank R. Goycoolea, for Oscar Collazo, Puerto Rican saying that his unit, theJ317 air police squadron, stationed at Wies- gunman wounded Wednesday i n ' " " .- the wild and bloody attempt to kill from all over southern Arizona will attend a meeting here, tonight to discuss plans to form an unofficial President Truman. Federal investigators said they saw no need to delav the trial for baden .was planning.' a Christmas!" party for the German youngsters, i Sgt. Goycoolea's letter was sent to J *%%£ * M ^ n her many months thermit the check-| ing-and rechecking of all angles, postwar visit to China, the Amer- groups at other levels. lean -government support a government of China which was inde- .pendent of outside powers. The .American government opposed any splitting up of China'by European nations.- . ' · . . Makes Comparison Ginn urged the return by Amer. leans to this policy. He said the geography,of eastern Asia required 'that China remain independent for - the.safety of America. China is placed In. eastern Asia, Ginn said, - like :th'e United States is in North .America;- Imagine, he added, trying, to defend Canada, Mexico and .central .American nations if the United States . was in unfriendly hands'..' ; He said the case of China as. a puppet'of Soviet Russia pre- aerited a similar situation. ; "We hear much about the spiritual-leadership of Nehru in India," Girinsaid. "I don't know how much leadership Nehru has, but there on Formosa making, a final stand is the .government of Chiang Kai^ shek 'ready -to fight with a million .men -for., the same cause as the United-States. He needs our help . and should have it. "Had we-helped Chiang sooner, w« .today, would not be confronted with American boys being killed Jn Korea today," Ginn said. W. Evans Bagley presided atr the meeting: The tyorth First Avenue Grocery barbershop quartet sang. . Support.-was given the reorganized ·Boy. Scout troop."S. C. "Warman introduced Ginn. Bishop Gercke Asks Voters To End Segregation In Arizona A denunciation of segregation in Arizona public schools and a.plea to vote "3'es" on proposition 318, which would abolish it, was contained in a statement published yesterday in the Arizona Catholic Register ay the Most Rev. Daniel J. Gercke, bishop of Tucson. At present state law requires that Negro .pupils be segregated from-white pupils in elementary schools and permits segregation of Negroes, Mexican- Americans and other minority Set Blood Handout By Armed Forces :' Armed- ; Forces 1 day at 'the' Red Cross 'blood ; center' will -be: cele- ·brated' "Monday, .Nov. '6, -officials announced today. , ' - , , . _ -. ,A ...directive just received from the "area office in San Francisco .has doubled the regular daily quota of --blood- to' be. sent to the. coast .for. transshipment to military units, - Blood center · officials assume, the : recent-: turn -''of --events in'. Korea dictated the:need .for'this increased ..request. · · · . . · · .-.· . , : The blood center at 136 N. Park . «ye. will be open from 10 a.rn. to where. One can understand how, after the Civil war'the passions'of men. were aflame and . they could bring themselves to- act- not' like rational' creatures. Today, however, with our vaunted progres» : in education and Americanism, it bespeaks a lack of proper intelligence to continue old, antiquated legislation -that is becoming outlawed by right- thinking people. "Now is the'time to act and to show our less privileged brethren that we do believe in. brotherly love founded not on expediency, . Monday. All donations re' celyed that day will be sent directly .for- use, of war wounded Korean .casualties. _ ASPHALT PAVING . Drlrei, Parking Lot*, : Streets, Etc. FREE ESTIMATES · DUJ" 5-7311 for the RICHARDS PAVING CO. "To exclude children " f r o m schools because of their color," the bishop wrote, "is bad^ legislation. It is .founded on immorality and is against the very spirit of the constitution of our country." The bishop labeled the segregation law as "antiquated-legislation" and declared .that "brotherly loye"i arid the welfare'of the state demand its removal. The complete text of the bishop's message follows: '. "Among "the measures which an being proposed; to the.people,o Arizona November 7,'is proposition 318, to do'away with segregation in tour' public schools. We' should give serious thought to this. A referendum is not the ideal way with an injustice like that of segregation. Sometimes it is the'only 3oor open. To exclude children from schools because of their color is bad legislation. · It is founded on immorality-and is against the very spirit of-, the constitution of our country. · ·' ' · -Different .Now "Our legislature should- take this ip and abrogate segregation "not only · in the · schools, but every- Tucson Riders Place In Rodeo but on the love of God. ;To --preach brotherly..love-on the-Fourth-of July, or-some.-other patriotic- occasion and deny it-by our legislative system is a,lie-and-the sooner-we' lay the ax to the root of this evil, the better it- will be for us personally and for the welfare of our state. Therefore I would advise killing -segregation by -voting, yes on proposition' 318. ·'"Devotedly yours In 'Christ, Daniel J. 'Gercke, bishop-of-Tucson." - , DR. M. A. WUERSCHMIDT OPTOMETRIST . When good GLASSES are made Dial S.82T1 -- 75-77 E. 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Tucson, ' Ariz., second · with' 21.3. No other .roper managed to make tlm'ei . . ' ' ' ;r Collazo a n d , a slain companion) had accomplices. U. S. District Atty. George Morris Fay said the case may be presented to the · grand jury next week. ,- Preliminary arraignment has been set for Nov. 21. Fay said he expects to move for an early .trial as well as a quick indictment A trial In February was regarded as probable. Collazo, a Puerto Rican Nationalist, faces a possible death sentence for the slaying of White louse Policeman Leslie Coffelt, Collazo. and a companion, Griese- io Torresola, tried to shoot their way into Blair . House, the temporary Truman residence. Torresola was slain in a furious gun battle with White House policemen and secret service agents, including Coffelt. Collazo has steadfastly insisted that only he and Torresola were involved in the attempted assas- for 1 entertainment, and some but they need additional gifts things which you would normally throw away, specifically toys, old clothes, books, and candy and soap .are what he asks for. Tucson ians are asked to bring their gifts to the Chamber of Commerce building immediately for shipment in time for Christmas. The women will wrap the gifts for Christmas, and ship them. On the w o m e n',s committee headed by Mrs. Hinnant are Mmes. L. A. Romine,- Clarence Smith, John D. How, Gregory Mitchell, S. M. Green, Roy O'Bannlon, Edawrd B. Bunell, W. E. Bagley, Lyle Clothier, Parley Honors Dr. sination of the had hoped to president. ' off, a They , , M. L. Flood, C. .E. Bensema; Paul Bliss, Roy Gill, L. W. Galhouse and Miss Myrtle Fancher. All-Day Session In Trial Planned PHOENIX, Nov. 4. (U.R)--Maricopa Court Judge Fred Dr. Theron Chastain, pastor of the First Baptist church, Phoenix, is the new president of the Arizona Council of , Churches. The council concluded its annual two-day con vention yesterday at the local First Christian church. Elections were held at the afternoon business session. Dr. Chastian succeeds Dr. George Hubter Hall of Phoenix. Dr. Harold L. Lunger, pastor of the hoiit church, was named chairman of the social relations committee, and Ferner Nuhn, head of the Tucson ' Society of Friends, chair- To Set District Group BENSON, Nov. 4. can Legion 40 and (U.R--Amerl- 8 members Baflif Cftftttt *f Eiturdiy Evening, Nov. 4, 1950 southern:district. . -. · One of the chief speakers for the meeting will be G; L: Hafker, grand chef de.gare'train'and'second rank- . ing state 40 and 8 officer, of. Nc;ales. man, of the world Christian fellowship committee, , The council approved two initiative proposals to be balloted upon at Tuesday's, general election, approving 306 on local option and 318 to abolish segregation In Ari- :ona schools. - It recommended a vote of 303 "no" on legalized gambling. planned to keep! Frank Durand,-executive secre- home · land, Collazo said. He is expected to recover from his wounds.- ' . · Investigators want to know whether otters, here or, in ..Puerto Rico,, were involved in the con. spirac'y. Fay indicated that if the investigation develops evidence that others were involved, they, too,, will. be. indicted here on murder charges. While declining to be quoted by name, a federal investigator told a reporter today Collazo's trial could go" ahead without waiting for the tedious running down of every lead bearing on the question of conspirators. A FAMILY NIGHT POT LUCK supper and social hour .will be held at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at St. John's his court in session all day today in an effort to finish up the trial of Mrs. Elain George. As the court recessed last night, Mrs. George testified that she did not kill Clifford Willett, 36-year-old Phoenix bartender and metal worker. She made the statement in answer to a query by Defense Atty- Harold Scoville.'. On the stand all afternoon, she testified she had not quarreled with Willett 'on New Year's eve and denied ever having a gun. She said she heard no shot as she walked away from Willett along Camelback road. The .attractive 38-year-old Phoenix divorcee took the stand again this morning. Defense attorneys won a legal fight to have results of a lie de- tary for the council, reported that Protestant work at the. state industrial school at Ft. "'Grant is being conducted in an old building, with little equipment.* IT COSTS NO MORE It'S MORE CONVENIENT Methodist church, 62 W. Veterans itector test entered as evidence. blvd. Rev. Charles E. Hill, pastor, will preach at both the 10:50 a.m. and evening service which will follow the social hour. - .. They claim the test shows Mrs. George did not kill Willett. Make Your STEAMSHIP RESERVATION! Thru Ut Q M E R i L I N I N G E R TRAVEIJ. SERVICE TELEPHONE 2-8897 4O E. BROADWAY TUCSON] NOW SERVING . . . EVENINGS FIJIX SIX-COURSE DEWWERS 4t very reasonable prices Yum.,. Yum . . . Dettciou* . . . Betl Food in Town!! Complete Luncheons 85c, $1.00 and ,$1.50 11:30 to 2:00 P. M. Closed Complete Dinner* 6:00 to 8:00 : P.M. $1.75 to $2.75 Sunday EAST BROADWAY AT TREAT-AYE. ( . Country Club Ploza . 44,998 Visit Canyon In Month Of October .GRAND CANYON, Nov. 4.' OJ.B--A total of, 44,998 persons visited the frand Canyon during October, the national-park service here reported today. Of the total, 40,403 entered the lark in. 15,084 automobiles, 3,474 )y,rail, 9S7 by'stage and 134 by air. . · Do Jfon Know . . 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Ask for Mr. Gradj 2525 E. Broadway Dial B-H4J Cast yonr vote for Continued Good GoTerntnent Re-Elect J. HOMER BOYO to th« Democrat Board of Supervisors District No. 1 Dedicated to the best in service with e v e r y effort to minimize expense REILLY FUNERAL HOME John I. Cecelia M. Chris A. ReillyJr. Reilly Rellly D i a l 2 - 2 8 8 9 · AMBULANCE SERVICE · Dignified Funeral Services Have Been Conducted for Over 50 Years 102 E. PENNINGTON INSURE A CLEAN COUNTY ELECT Robert (Bob) MORRISON DEMOCRAT COUNTY ATTORNEY TEACHERS' POLITICAL LOBBY GIVES TUCSON RAW DEAL It took fifty years to build our State Colleges and University. The citizens of Arizona are rightfully proud of the progress that has been made in the past, but we arc now faced with a serious threat to the very existence of these institutions and the communities in. which they are located. The school teachers, through their powerful political lobby, the Arizona Education Association, seek an annual, perpetual constitutional preference to over $21,000,000.00* of the state tax moneys in order to assure the payment of their salaries and salaries of school administrators. This annual preference will not be subject to reduction or the control of the legislature. It will be ahead of state funds which must be appropriated by the legislature (·o maintain and improve the state. University and the State Colleges at Tempe and Flagstaff. We must defeat this selfish proposed amendment which endangers the funds for our Colleges and University by making their legislative appropriations come after the kindergartens/elementary and high schools, and only if sufficient funds are available. Do you know that at the present time teachers in the Phoenix Union High School are being paid more than the teachers in our Colleges and University, who will have no privileged status on state funds but will be relegated to second-class status with relation to necessary operating funds? - · · · · t To subordinate and impair the very existence of our institutions of higher learning is the rawest deal that: has ever been submitted to the voters of Arizona. (*This figure is computed as follows: 123,515 pupils, grades 1 to 12, and 16,696 kindergarten pupils, at $150.00 per pupil per year.) Arizona School Protective Allocation -- Otto Shopp, Acting Chiirmjn; H, T, Gillajhcr. George M. Hill, G. R. Lane, Wilton 1. Nichoiai, E. J. Smith, ill of Phoenix. Room 201, 30; W«t Monroe Street, Ph«n!*, Ariiont. MRS. SAMUEL H. FOWLER RfPUBllCAN for COUNTY TRUJUSER Qualified by training and experience in accounting. Never before held or fought public office.

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