Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 3, 1960 · Page 16
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REPUBLIC MAIL Page S__ Kefauver Faces Test Tomorrow NASHVILLE, Tenn. (UPI)-A bitter primary campaign between Sen. Esfes Kefauver and Judge Andrew T.- Taylor for the U.S. Senate entered its final phase across Tennessee yesterday. The main issue has .been how Kefauver's record and liberal viewpoint has appealed to home- folks in.Tennessee. Taylor, ft circuit judge from .mostlj rural ,and agricultural west Tennessee, is a conservative ahA calls himself "a states righter 'in my thinking." Kefauver has campaigned strenuously, without ; the coontkirt cap and the jibes with which he defied the opposition of the late Memph's political leader, E. H. Crump, and won his first senate term 12 years ago. « But he has accused Taylor, once a Crump candidate for a state office, of acting as if "Tennessee was still a rural agrarian society instead of a dynamic, growing industrial state of the 20th Century." Kefauver has stressed his DOS! tion of seniority in the senate and pledged support to high fixed farm price supports and higher mini- 'mum wage laws. Taylor ,49, an unsuccessufl ca didate for governor two years ago and a former state utilities commissioner and veteran judge, has been highly critical of Kefauver's voting record. He claims Kefauver "voted in a peculiar way" on measures' involving communism, charged that Kefauver favors "the big brother type of government." He also criticized Kefauver's stand en civil rights. The long; primary campaign stretched 'over most of the hot summer, is expected to draw 600,000 voters to the polls tomorrow. • REPUBLIC BULLDOG .if Jflte Arizona Republic, Artedtift* RE-MOUNT your Precious- STONES into the latett styles. .. DINNER RINGS —WEDDING RINGS and Special Designs Otto Schmieder Jtweltr and Watchmaker 19 W. Washington AL 3-8952 CAREERS AHEAD—Four award-winning students from St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing graduating class take time from busy pregraduation-week schedule to study hospital problems as depicted by a national magazine. The students, who will be among 47 to graduate Sunday, are from left, Peggy Hirohata, Sue Wolfe (seated), and yJane Niggemann, scholarship winner's',, and Helen Remsbottom, McAutey Award winner. — (Republic Photo, Leatham) Faimitt Sees No Letup In Road Safety Drive Continued efforts to deal with Arizona's highway safety problems wett pledged yesterday by Governor tannin in a short talk before members of Arizona's railroad brotherhoods in Hotel Adams. Hie governor expressed belief that progress is being made, in highway safety. Representatives ofrthe brotherhoods questioned the governor €$-' tensively concerning enforcement; of laws' pTbhibieing oVefwefght trucks, arid Also on truck *8nd busj speeds on Highways of trie state:'! the governor expressed belief! that, these laws were being en-' forced by the highway patrol, andi asked frat Violations be called to| his attention. | The brotherhoods will winfl up; their convention today with en-: dorsement Of candidates for public office, said Clay Simer, WtnslowJ chairman.' • " i YUMA if 4 Rftrtrim. tlltM Modern nlcH hy VnrU 8hr|>. lt|>t>n i4 Hour* lls. RritcrtAinntdif Xltdjr Rnnniirt Know*. Sf»t« S.V) •Sou U'Htt-f, In Kv*rj' Uooni , Stt-lmtrim* I'tto! ' R-U-Qwm 'HEN A HERO OF Mt SHEEP Ant GRAZING OR R«TINC>. 'ANDS GUARD- ON SOMt HISH POIKT-CONSTANT LV ON THfc LOOKOUT TOR ENEMIES Eversole Are you on the lookout for a good buy in a beautiful LOWREY ORGAN? If so, better see ALLEN PIANO COMPANY at your earliest convenience. We can arrange EASY TERMS, give FREE HOME TRIALS and offer lessons if you wish to take. Drop by and see us anytime . . . it's always a pleasure to have you. ALLEN PIANO COMPANY Eversole To Run For Treasurer John Henley Eversole, 121 W. Berridge "Laie, a former chief assistant attorney general of Arizona, has announced his official candidacy for. thejrfUce of state treasurer, subject to the? Republican primary. . ; .'". A member of the Arizona Bar since 1947, Eversole is retired from active par* ticipation in the legal profession, devoting his time to the management of extensive farming interests. . • .. He is a lay member of the Arizona^ Osteopathic Board of Examiners, 'having been appointed >y Governor Fannin. During his service in the at- .orney general's office under Ross Jones, he was assigned primary responsibility in the early preparation of the Colorado River case against California. "If elected, it would be my intention to assist the Republican cause for greater efficiency in state government which Governor Fannin has advanced so successfully these past two years," he said. Long active in Republican Party affairs, Eversole in 1956 was Arizona 'chairman and delegate to the Republican national conven tion in San Francisco. That year he also served as state finance chairman for the Republicans and as a member of its national fin ance committee. He was a candidate for secretary of state in 1952. The present state treasurer, John Quebedeaux, appointee earlier this year, is not running for re-election to the office. Eversole is not expected to be opposed in the primary. PHONf All H502 Phoenician Awarded Top Nursing Honor Helen Remsbotton, 802 E. Palm Lane, will receive the McAuley Award for scholarship and nursing ability at graduation exercises Sunday for 17 St. Joseph's Hospital School of Nursing students. Other award winners, announced yesterday, are Jane Niggemann, Scottsdale, a $200 scholarship from the Phoenix Woman's Club; and Margaret Hirohata, Mesa, and Sue Wolfe, 318 E. Highland, $500 scholarships from the hospital's women's auxiliary. THE SCHOLARSHIP winners plan to obtain bachelor's degrees in nursing. . Miss Remsbottom was selected for the McAuley Award for* achievement in scholastic standing, clinical nunsing ability, social comprehension, and student activities. The award was named for founder of the Sisters of Mercy, the order which operates St. Joseph's Hpspital ( and others across the nation. With the award is a cash prize of $25. COMMENCEMENT exercises have been set for 3 p.m. in St. Francis Xavier Church, 4715 N. Central. Presiding will be the Most Rev. Daniel J.. Gercke, DD, Catholic Bishop of Tucsoft. The Rev. John C. Geary SJ, chaplain at St. Joseph's Hospital, will deliver the commencement address. This week's pregraduation activities will be climaxed Friday with the annual graduation ball in St. Joseph's nurses' residence, Hall at the Lad Admits Sex Slaying WHEELING, 111. (AP)—A 13 year-old runaway youth yesterday told police he sexually abusec and strangled 5-year-old 1 Betsy Benham Friday. Sheriff Frank G. Sain Identified him as Harold Dalibozak. "I guess you're on to me," police quoted the lad as saying. "1 may as'\yell tell you how I die it." ••"• . . Sain said the youth blurted out the confession as he stood beside the 4-foot-deep hole where Betsy's mud-covered, near-nude body was found. . .".','., ,, V In. describing his .escape .and brief freedom, police, .said, the youth told of being near 'Betsy's home. He was taken-to.a juve? nile home and requestioned. Little Betsy's playmates hac police a "big boy" helped them get apples from a tree, then took Betsy into a field and told the other children to' go home. Police said Dalibozak ran away from home July 24. The youth came to the Unitec States four years ago from Germany ai a displaced person. MIRROR OF YOUR MIND By JOSEPH WHITNEY Manaus is the chief port o northwestern Brazil and lies 2,800 air miles from Rio de Janeiro. SUMMER EATING FUN 18" BRAZIER • BIG 18* BOWL • WHEELS FOR EASY MOBILITY > •"25" HIGH REG, $6.95 REFRIGERATOR SET Mod* of POLY UNBREAKABLE PLASTIC, 6-Piece (3 round ond 3 square containers) IF PIECES BOUGHT SEPARATELY THIS SET WOULD COST $2.40. SIT. RIG. $1.59 UNBREAKABLE TUMBUR SIT POtY HAST1C BAT * BALL $IT of tafe and tone fyq for, the *mall fry, RE&. 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Boldly buttoned, in th,e Way of the young and pretty, Soft over- plaid in muted fall shades. 745 ' i TOER:PLAZA THAT CAME EVERYWHERE Ten years ago, only one American in 1000 Jiad eyer tasted vodka. Today, vodka drinks, are everywhere; and millions of Americans enjoy then}. Why? It all began when people discovered smooth Sniirnoff* as a drink ingredient This different liquor—with no liquor taste or "breath"-r-wa$ an/iim'tsUion to invent ne\vdrinks ... and improved nwvy standard old ones. Why drink anything thai's not delicious? it leaves you breathless VOPKA QIMtCT. Add } -part imported Rose's 'Lime Juice to 4 or 5 parts Smirnoff. Srir well with ice in cocktail or 014 Fashipned glass. Subtly limey aud sublimely dry. f CRKWPRIVPR. Pour a jigger of Sniirnoflf Vodka over ii-e cubes, in » .highball glass. Fill with t'reali orange juice." and stir well. Delicious at cocktail time or after dinner,VODKA MARTINI. The world's driest, subtlest Dry Martiiii.' To 1 part Dry Vermouth add 4 parts Smirnoff. Stjr welj. with ice. Serve in chil led glasses; garnish with lemon peel. •T tit THE GREATEST NAME IN VODKA 80 ANO 100 PROOF DISTILLED FROM GRAIN. ST.| PIERRE SMIRNOFF FLS, (DIVISION OF HEUBLEIN), HARTFORQ, (JONN.

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