Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on April 11, 1947 · Page 15
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The Arizona Repub Page 16. California Orator WOOD FLOORS fied it was to be used for veterans' housing construction, or to govern Livestock Train Hits Auto LAID, SANDED FINISinCD ST CEMENT FLOORS ACID STAINED -Friday, April 11, 1947 AUTO LOANS I Borrow Repay 12 Mo. 1 $75.00 S7.76 8 Loans Also On I Furniture Livestock I Truck and Trailers MARTIH & BRAT0H 8 202 N. 7th Ave. Ph. 4-1404 1 COLOR WAXED ment agencies, WAA officials said. ! A total of 260 pieces of machinery j was purchased. Veterans bought all but 20 of the original 160 automobiles on ! sale. Federal agencies again ac- i counted for most of the others. The construction machinery was i the first sold as surplus in Arizona by the WAA. Automotive sales ; boosted the value of vehicles dis- i posed of in the state to about I $3,400,000 during the past six ; months. I Wins Western Title POCATELLO, Ida., Apr. 10 (AP) Le Roy Green way of Fresno, Calif., won the Western sectional prize of $750 in the American Legion's oratorical contest here today. He qualified to compete for national honors. His subject was "The Constitution In A Changing World." William Dixon of Casper, Wyo., placed second, and John B. Gunn of Eugene, Ore., was third. ic, Phoenix, Arizona Vets Dominate Surplus Sale A large percentage of the $1,-750,000 worth of automotive and construction equipment from two surplus sales was awarded to Arizona veterans, the district office of the War Assets Administration said yesterday. Veterans obtained more than $420,000 of the $450,000 wor,th of automotive machinery, and approximately $1,000,000 of $1,200,-000 sold in construction equipment was awarded to the same buying group. The few pieces of equipment not sold to former service personnel went to priority holders who speci- Ill I ' H'l " III !"" -. Si -i-i Al Evrrson 5-7938 The Dominican Government Is preparing to issue paper currency. Meet Set Members of the Arizona Livestock Sanitary board will meet with officials of four border states in Albuquerque, N. M., April 21, to consider problems and mutual action for protection of livestock against hoof-and-mouth disease. The conference was prompted by the recent outbreak of the disease among cattle in Mexico. Also represented will be the livestock sanitary commissions and other officials of California, New Mexico and Texas. The Albuquerque meeting was called by New Mexico's governor, Thomas J. Mabry. In view of the speed of modern transportation, Governor Mabry said, "an outbreak of this disease in one of our border states, is no more likely than an outbreak in any other part of the nation. Because of our geographical location, however, all eyes are turned to this particular area." Arizonians who will attend the meeting are James L. Finley, chairman, and John R. Beloat and J. C... Hall, members of the state livestock sanitary board. They will be accompanied by Dr. C. T. Guilfoyle, state veterinarian. UTILITY j t h J 2500 oenn to .'Midnight Court To Drop Death Charge Justice Wesley Bolin said yesterday he probably will dismiss a manslaughter charge against Joe Hill, 50 years old, 606 South Ninth avenue, in the fatal shooting March 23 of George Fields, 42, 734 6 West Buchanan street. Justice Bolin said testimony of prosecution witnesses at yesterday's preliminary hearing supported the motion of Bill Lutfy, defense counsel, for dismissal on the grounds of self-defense or justifiable homicide. The shooting followed an altercation over Hill's failure to return a borrowed lamp. - v; lif 4000 COOLERS Sold and Properly Installed By D. S. HORRALL GO. Ph. 4-3458 307 W. Buchanan Wliat shoe could be gayer with your "best bib 'n tucker" what could be more flattering afoot . . . here's the perfect glad-gadding shoe (just ask your dream man if it isn't the prettiest shoe ever!) The bod j of unidentified man and wreckage of his station wagon lie on tracks near Westbury, X. Y. after being struck by Long Island express train. The man's pet dog was killed also. FALSE TEETH RELEVED and TIGHTENED in 20 MINUTES $2.50 per plate 11 W. Adams (Upstairs) Rrtfne t.nharntnrr. Rm. ISA Ph. 21141 TUNE UP for increased driving: pleasure THE SHOE WITH THE BEAUTIFUL FIT. nize abnormal flight behavior before dangerous limits are reached in the unexplored speed range between 550 and 900 miles an hour. J. W. Murphy Rites Scheduled PARIS, 111.. Apr. 10 (AP) Funeral services will be held here Saturday afternoon for John W. Murphy. .73 years old, former Arizona attorney general, who died yesterday at the home of his sister. Murphy was a native of Paris and before going to Arizona in 1904 was state's attorney for Edgar county, Illinois. In Arizona he was Gila county attorney at Globe, served in the first state legislature and was elected to three terms as attorney general. WJJ $095 Ha Flier Will Try To Pass Sound CLENDALK, Calif.. Apr. 10 ( INS -Gcnf May. 42 years 'old anrj cray-haired. was riamfd by Ioucias Aircraft today as tst pilot In the first flight of the D-558 Skystreak at Muroc facility. In a series of tests May expects to fly the "transonic test tube' faster than the speed of sound. He s.ail he will begin testing the Skystrepi; in the air within a week or 30 days. The bright red turbo-jet re-arrh plane was built by Douglas for the navy. It's most unique feature is an arrangement for jettisoning the entire nose section. This will be done if the pilot has to hail out at high speed. After the r.oe drops away and loses altitude he rnn jump in safety with a chute. The plane will be loaded with 'K) pounds of equipment for recording data sought by the navy's bureau of aeronautics." May is a veteran who learned to fly 20 years ago in a World. War I "Jenny." His wide experience will Triake it possible for him to recog r4 Charge Acocunts Invited Great guns, yes! Our shelves are loaded with the finest selection in Phoenix all kinds of leather, fabric, and new all-metal luggage for men and women. 132 E. Washington CAMPBELL Hawley Tool & Dfe Co. Precision Tool Makers Tool Design Drafting 733 V. Lincoln Ph. 3-6940 COMPAHY 1014 N. Central Ph. 4-7586 Announcing Drop in today to choose the pieces you need. AsIc the salesperson to show you our fitied cases, our rugged, durableyet featherweight airplane luggage.-. All Grant 3 new Thomas service for home owners and home builders 12 Nichols luggage A Rare HOME BUY Completely and .well furnished 2 bedroom home, hardwood floors, excellent condition. Attractive neighborhood. Only $6,250, $2,450 cash and $30 month. MARVIN E. is the product of nationally known, high quality manufacturers. NOT AGAIN THIS YEAR teaven forbid! Choose .our vacation luggage early use our convenient lay-away plan. LI -3 Ml FOR SPRING The very house dresses you've been looking for are here at Newberry's now. Attractive floral prints for home, shopping, and all-around wear, flattering to every figure. Your choice of many, many styles. Used but Good a i SLV.IT Dimensional 2x4 2x8 2x10 per ft. Flooring Ix tongue A groove per ft. Orop Hiding IV r ft 10c 13c 10c 1.1 .,Ai: and LKATIIEIt GOODS 29 West Monroe St. REAL KfcTATK AND I.VSl RAN0. 300 East Roosevelt Street Phonr -! or 3-4653 Plenty of Parking Space WINDOWS """ Mtmplrte with irrm $1350 NAILS Everything to go with the lumber and nails tools, paints, builders hardware, electrical supplies. M lOd 16d 20d common and box . . Lb lie Wd'ir (IJmit 5 lb, to a tiuuimrr) (f mm IF THOMAS TIP ftpsre dorca't prrmlt to tell about all our fin tork drop im and look It over any Mm. Oil HARDWARE AND SUPPLY CO. HARDWOOD IIOMEVV ARES APPLIANCES SPORT GOODS BUILDERS' HARDWARE ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES rui In. UlIMfflc Look At These Values in Genuine "Bonded DIAMONDS Sizes 14 to 18; TWU'-f 38 to 44; VJL& W 46 to 52 ) mm0 jk&i-y yj&r wtr )Wk M ''ffi, llli J Pf t W r NV $1 10 For your once-in-a-fi'fetim romance, we suggest the glorious beauty of "Bonded" Diamonds . . . each stone selected for its beauty and perfection . . . each ring an outstanding example of Raskin's values. The Ford Motor Company has just announced that the Ford three-window, six-cylinder business coupe is back in production at a price twenty dollars below that which prevailed when this model was tempo-rarily discontinued last fall. This reduction, plus those announced last January 15th, makes the Ford business coupe and the two-door sedan the lowest priced cars in their field. We Ford Dealers are proud to be part of the organization that pioneered and is continuing such a clear, ttzlistic and progressive policy. We consider this newest Ford price reduction still further proof that the Ford Motor Company leads in offering the American Public the most value at the lowest possible price. And we feel certain that it will play a definite part in speeding the return of sound and sensible pticest and a secure future for consumer, seller and producer alike. 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