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-eOsJ w Friday, May 25, 1956. 100 ASU Students Named For Honors TEMPE (Special) Raymond Dean Wochner, Tempe, will be given the Moeur award as outstanding senior at Arizona State University during the annual honors day assembly at 10:15 today. More than 100 ASU students will be recognized. Special honors JIIHUUC. 0 The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona Channel Chuckles By BIL KEANX Will H. Robinson award: Marilyn R. Hanley, Tempe. Thomas J. CroaH award: Isaac Okine, Gold Coast, Africa, Hillel honor award: Ron Fineberg, Phoenix. Justine Riseling award: Phyllis Bradt, Ray. Delta Sigma Pi scholarship key: Richard Sail-lant, Phoenix. Chemical Rubber Publishing Co. award: chemistry, Raymond Earl Vier, Tempe; physics, Donald Nagle, Tempe. Arizona Society of Certified Public Accountants' award: Saif-lant. Wall Street Journal award: Carlos Ling, Phoenix. Association fnr Childhood Education award: Ruth Lane, Phoenix. Religious Activities awards: Clarke Chap, man, Phoenix, and Alberta Mills, Chandler. Kappa Kappa Psi award: Jerald Howard, Tempe. Outstanding Marching Bandsman award: William Schultz, Phoenix. Art Clark award: Ra-niona Williams Cotton, Phoenix. Fred M. Jahn award: Jack Haehl, Thoenix. McGrew Printery Journalism award: James Edward Rosscup, Buckeye. Tempe Daily News journalism award: Nicholas Salerno. Phoenix. Charles William Rawlins Memorial award:1 Phillip Brignall, Phoenix, William Burke award: Diane Koenigs, Fairmont, Minn. Mu Rho Alpha award: Dorothy Fulton, Coolidge. Hayden Hall award: David Gar-ria, Superior. Psi Chi award: Jim Soppala, Tempe. Alpha Beta Alpha award: Alma Munsell, Tempe. Ralph H. Morris Instrumental Music award: Rodney Gehre, Seattle, Wash., and Roberta Vest, Chandler. Tau Beta Sigma award: Torn Golden, Whiting, Ind. Beta Chi award: Janice Herrscher, Phoenix, and Miss Koenigs. Pi Omega Pi award: Gordon Wos, Tempe. Future Teachers of America award: Robert Cope-land, Phoenix. Phi Eta Sigma award: James ' Scoble, Mesa. Home Economics award: Glenell Fuller, Tempe. Theta Chi Epsilon award: Margaret Brand, Tempe. Pi Kappa Delta Forensic Proficiency awards: Sandford Gadient, Rock Island, 111., Neil DiCapua, Roslyn Heights. N. Y., Marvin Strait, Pueblo, Colo., Owen Dean, Tempe, and Benetta Brewer, Phoenix. Kappa Delta Pi award. Salerno. Kappa Delta Pi pin: Barbara Gay, Tucson. La Liga Panamericana award: Mario Fierros, Douglas. Associated Men Students' award: Earl Geller, Phoenix. West Hall award: Sharon Turnbull, Klon-dyke. Alpha PI Epsilon secretarial award f Sondra Herriott, Glen-dale. Freshman Art award: Larry Oliver, Mesa. Guy Kibbee Dies At 70 EAST ISLIP, N. Y. (UP) Guy Bridges Kibbee, 70, the veteran bald-headed character actor, died yesterday In an actor's fund home after a long illness. Kibbee, who troup- began his flam- 1 .9 1 - J.. I f lnS rea nair ai Ji K I when he landed his first Broad' way role, his pate was as shiny as his smile. He later went to Hollywood, where he was cast as .a who preferred ' Kibbee, ' I started il to lose his Kibbee. "Apparently yon pulled out the plug while the set was still turned on." T-Men Make 8-City Raid WASHINGTON (UP)-Federal tax agents cracked down on the nation's bookmakers and slot machine operators from coast to coast yesterday with arrests and raids in eight cities. The Internal revenue service said the raids were prompted by information and records seized in a similar crackdown in five cities two months ago. All those arrested were charged with violating the federal tax laws on gambling establishments. The eight cities on yesterday's crackdown list were New Haven, Conn.; Cleveland, Ohio; Newport, Ky.; Bridgeport, Conn.; New Orleans and the suburban town of Arabl, La.; Nashville, Tenn.; and Dutzura, Calif., near the Mexican border. In New Haven, Cleveland, and Newport, the agents seized at least five bookmaklng establishments and arrested seven men, the internal revenue service said. FheCharged With Gaming MESA (Special) Four men charged with playing cards for money and a fifth charged with permitting gambling on the premises are scheduled to appear before Justice of the Peace L, E. Mulleneaux at 2 p.m. today. The men were charged after a raid by sheriffs deputies at " p.m. Wednesday at Baseline Tav ern, Baseline Road and Highway 87. The raid was led by Lt Jerry Hill of the sheriff'i office, assisted by Sgt. Paul Mullenix and Deputies Melvin Williams and Ray Robinson. The four charged with playing poker for money are Clifford J. Young. 30, Route 1, Box 127, Chandler; Merrill H. Miller, 28, 648 E. Second St., Mesa; Kit Pet-tigrew, 25, 1212 E. Roeser Rd., Phoenix, and Fred Perkins, 40, 2233 E. Desert Lane, Phoenix. Archie W. Robertson, 35, 329 W. Tulsa, Chandler, operator of the tavern, was charged with permitting gaming on the premises. WellvKnown, Little Understood T Red Cross, Largest Charity Group, Innocent Target Of Gripes, Sneers r.:i i '- 1 Obituaries Charles M. Blakely Of Gilbert, Arizona Resident 66 Years, Dies crafty grandpa blondes. Kibbee, who weighed 200 pounds, once said he spent most of his screen time chasing Joan Blondell and Glenda Farrell. Kibbee was born in El Paso, the son of a newspaperman. He left home as a teenager to join his brother's road company, but it was not until he was 44 that he appeared on Broadway. Kibbee won a starring role as a traveling salesman in "Torch Song," and was on his way. After his Broadway success, Hollywood was quick to bid for his services, although It had re jected him a month before he ap peared in "Torch Song." He appeared in his first movie with William Powell in 1931 in "Man of the. World." Then Warner Brothers put him in the top films of the 1930s. Kibbee died -in the Percy Williams Home which he entered last September. No cause for his death was announced. He is survived by his Widow, Ethel, of Los Angeles, and two sons, John P., and Guy Jr. Charles M. Elakely, 72, of Gilbert, father of Monroe Blakely, Phoenix, who operates a chain of service stations in Arizona, died yesterday in California Hospital at Los Angeles. Mr. Blakely, who was suffering from cancer, had been undergoing treatment in the Los Angeles hospital sine April 11. Born in Webster City, Iowa, in 1885, he came to Mesa at the age of 6. He served several years as a rural mail carrier In that city, delivering mail first by horse and buggy and later by motorcycle. He later became a parts man for the Ford agency in Mesa. In 1918, he moved to Gilbert where he operated an auto agency until 1938 when he started his present general merchandising store. He was a member of the Community Methodist Church, former school board member in Gilbert, and a director of the Mesa South side District Hospital. Surviving are his wife, Luella of Gilbert; three sons, Monroe, M. Vincent of Tucson, and Charles M. of Wickenburg; a daughter, Mrs. John L. Tanner of Phoenix; a sister, Mrs. Albert Piester of Norco, Calif.; and a brother, Marion of Las Vegas. Serivces will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow in the M. L. Gibbons Mortuary in Mesa, followed by burial in Mountain View Memorial Gardens at Mesa. Rosa 15. Ruddell Funeral services for Mrs. Rosa Belle Ruddell, 74. of 1535 E. Roe ser, will be at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow in Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas', the Rev. C. Vaughan Rock officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park. Mrs. Ruddell died Wednesday in Good Samaritan Hospital. Born in Sarcoxie, Mo., she came here 48 years ago. Survivors are her husband, Frank B.; four daughters, Mrs. Haldeen Patterson, Mrs. James M. Champie, and Mrs. Lester Grove, all of Phoenix, and Mrs Ralph Ashby of Litchfield Park; two sons, Harold R. and Frank B. Jr., both of Phoenix; two broth ers, L. M. Fouts of Phoenix and D. S. Fouts of Oswego, Kan.; and nine grandchildren. Ruby Pierce Mrs. Ruby Pierce, 61, of 3330 N. 27th Ave., died yesterday at a Phoenix rest home. Born in Lexington, Neb., she came to this city in 1955. Surviving are her husband, Lloyd of Phoenix; four sons, Larry Rankin of Phoenix, Capt. Don W. Rankin with the air force in El Paso, .Tex., Wallace Rankin of Omaha, Neb., and Robert L. Rankin, with the U.S. Navy; her mother, Mrs. U. K. Tesch of Mor ristown, N. J.; a brother residing in New Jersey, and 10 grandchildren. - Services will be held at 9 a.m Monday in Memory Chapel, A. L. Moore and Sons Mortuary, 333 W. Adams. Place of burial has not yet been announced. Adelbert II. Phillips Adelbert Henry Phillips, 85, died yesterday in his home at 343 W. Lynwood. Services and burial will be In Springfield, 111. Mr. Phillips was a retired rail road engineer. Born in Massachu setts, he came here from Illinois six years ago. He Is survived by a son, Adel bert A. of Phoenix, and a sister, Mrs. Susie Thompson of Hoi- brook, Mass. Phoenix friends may call from noon to 8 p.m. today at Mercer Mortuary, 1541 E. Thomas. This article en the Red Cratt was written In observance of the organisation's 75th anniversary, May tl. . By EDWARD i. DOHF.RTY WASHINGTON (NANA) The Red Cross is the best-known and least understood welfare organi zation in the United States. And as the largest charity group, lt makes a good target. To carry out the duties specified In its coneressional charter. the Red Cross spends about $80 million a year. In 75 years it has heen on the scene of 6,0W emer gencies. Last year it carried out 270 relief operations, aiding uu, 000 persons. In thousands of daily deeds the Red Cross expresses man's hu manity to man. YET A WOMAN raising funds will be told with a sneer, "I wouldn't give a cent to that out fit; they sold blood to my son in Korea." Or a group of GIs In Germany will hear In a bull session that Red Cross personnel profiteered in cigarets during World War II. These are some of the rumors that will be circulated today about America's largest welfare organi zation. Slanderous? Yes. Truer No. Damaging? Almost certainly. IX ITS 75 YEARS, the Red Cross has been frequently appalled at the persistence and virtuosity of Its traducers. Many of the charges lightly bandied about by Korean veterans are up dated rumors common after the Spanish-American War. But servicemen are not the only source of gripes. The blood program has given rise to a galaxy of unfortunate rumors. A new disaster , relief operation is followed Inevitably by a series of rumors and complaints. Red Cross people speak of the "brickbat period" as an ordinary part of their work with the victims of floods, tornadoes, and other devastations. AT ONE TIME or another, the Red Cross has been accused of a variety of charges, some pure fabrications. . All disaster services are free, even grants running into the thousands for home repair, tool replacement, medical care, etc. Red Cross workers have learned they have more to fight at any scene of devastation than human misery. Disasters are generally compounded by floods of rumors. The rumors can be more difficult to handle than thousands of homeless. While the Red Cross can feed the needy, rebuild houses and businesses, and rehabilitate people, It often has difficulty in killing oil even laise rumors. THE OVERWHELMING floods of East and West coasts last year are an example. In New England rumors of Red Cross profiteering caused Connecticut Gov. Abraham Rlbicoff to commend the organ izatlon publicly. The Red Cross does not consider itself beyond error. "We are a big organization,' said Ellsworth Bunker, president of the Red Cross. "Among our 1,650,000 volunteers and 14,700 paid staff members we occasion' ally get a misfit. And we'd hardly be human if we didn t make mis takes even with the best of per sonnel." GEN. GEORGE C. Marshall once said the only way the Red Cross could satisfy GIs overseas was to have one Red Cross girl for every soldier. That's about the conclusion of ficers of the organization have come to after a decade of hearing that their female recreation workers during World War II and Korea were "brass happy. Of all the GI gripes that plague the Red Cross, this Is the most difficult for many old-timers In the organization to understand. "AT. POSTS in Europe and Africa, we had trouble getting girls to staff the officers clubs," one officer reported. "They want ed to work with the GIs and, as a matter of record, most of them spent 12 hours a day doing just that.-' During World War II the or ganization employed more than ,000 staff workers, sending many them overseas to aid, comfort. amuse and serve GIs. At home it organized millions of volunteers for much the same , purposes. During the war lt spent about $400 million on direct serv ices to the armed'forces and vet- ,-, erans. In scores of ways it eased the loneliness and misery of men ; in combat, or men In training. of the sick and wounded, and of ' relatives at home. . p. DESPITE THESE services, lt ; has received an unprecedented," heap-of abuse. What stings Red ' Cross veterans i the lack of any basis in fact lor most of the I jgrlpes. The files bulge with lnvet- nations that prove the power of : misunderstanding, confusion, and credibility to undermine a repu tation ount on gooa work. Some veterans accuse the Red - Cross of having sold a great va riety of things meant to be do nated to them: coffee, cigarets, noon, and comfort items. Only one Red Cross oerson In Europe was proved guilty of selling cigaretes. He was court mar- ! tialed and dismissed. Another was . caught in Alaska and met a aim- .-.: Har fate. No o'.her case of profi teering by Red Cross people has ' been uncovered. , The wonder of It Is, some ob servers maintain, that so many men and women spend their en- tire working lives as employes or . volunteers for the Red Cross, r State Treasurer Williams Beams As Ancient Safe Goes Perfect Coffee Every Time, Automatically Automatic COFFEEMASTER (3 tow tf.' V 4 m 'i IK In i iimmm Automatic PERCOLATOR An ancient safe whose unpredictable habdta long had plagued E. T. Williams, state treasurer, finally was carted away yesterday to make way for a new one. For' a long time It had been giving the treasurer and his staff trouble, refusing to open and generally acting temperamental, Its use was discontinued com. pletely a couple of years ago wnen, in one or its prankish moods, It wouldn t open and a professional safe eracker (of the legitimate variety) had to be called to force it. He advised that it never be locked again. Next time, he said. it might have to be blown open. So, since then Williams has been keeping state cash receipts n oigar boxes. He has repeatedly asked legislatures fnr a new safe but without avail until the last With the Sunbeam Automatic Coffee-master yoa are assured of perfect coffee every time. 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No levers to push bread rises smoothly, silently when toasted ONLY 27 Spo Your (WW Doolor session which gave him money to buy one. It took a half dozen profes sional safe movers and a huge motor powered crane to lift the old safe nut through a window and load It on a flatbed truck. The concern from which new safe Is being bought Is lowing the state a $50 trade In on the old museum piece. Jt was purchased by the state second-hand In 1944, but no one knows how long it had been Jn use before that. Legal Advertising the I 1956. at 118 South Flrat Avenu. Phoenix, Arizona to amtnd Zoning Ordlnanc nl Maps. NE corner Sioltidal Rd. and Palm Ur (extended): 100 (t front- a on ScoUkUI. Rd; depth 396 ft: from llndaM. to com. 1. Z 801 Comm. Inlt tor C.E. Mies. All or DulK or T inapM area in w. 31. T 3N-R 4E. wtt aide Tatum Blvd. north of Northern Ave ai nhown on map In office HZ Cnmin; from Rw 3 and Un-rlnsi to Rm 1 and utab. Dem ly. S03('mm. Inlt for R. O. IlugliM. AH or nuiK area warn canyon rti-v,ay-Mlfmourl Ave-XIrd Ave-Cfllter HI; (except moat rentage on Ml-ourl, Hid Ave. and Colter 81 npprmlte t'aia Blama Suhdtv): from Km 4 lo Hea i and eatab-llih Touilit niitrlrt. 7. S0.1 Comm. Inlf. for M, fioltlleh, SW corner amemacK ana vn m, 660' x WO, ai lollovvi; 1, Rea 1-D9 to llnrlau. 2. Permit Shoiinlnt Center Specific Ute In unclaia, per plana la P Si Comm. Office ZSOifl W. Flint SW. corner Tlh St and Momaneiio Ave; mi u fionUae on 7th St; depth of 137 ft: from Cam 1 lo Com 8.. Z S06 Comm. Inlt for Cornellun, Sher man, wauare, nuuer. ana ninrri. Rezone all or hulk area Mnd St.- or wain. -Snu. Pac. fmm irni'laM la Ind A on Villi, Blvd frontage, Ind B Bal. rea to nouin. both ildea in err ft enuth of Henihaw Rd (Wu ft front- an, depia Ni7 (t: nae negin hiin it uiuih of lfitiihaw. 478 ft frontage, depth 62? it; tram Rea a in inn a. ana tl m Unmix North ilde Tame nam nn oeiin oj u eaii oi ana HI' 100 f( frontaae eaitward: depth 6,13 ft; from Rea 1-D9 to Lillian Blayney Services Today Funeral services for Mrs. Lil lian Blayney. 80, who died Tues day in a local rest home, will be at 11:30 a.m. today in Palms Chapel, Grimshaw Mortuary, .134 W. Monroe. Burial will be In Ale do, 111. Mrs. Blayney was born In Fountain Green, III., and came to Phoenix In December 1946, from Moline, III. She Is survived by a daughter, Mrs. L. D. (Kathryn) Sleffy of Phoenix; and two grandchildren. REFUGEE AID EARMARKED NEW DELHI India has ear marked $262,500,000 for refugee rehabilitation during the next five years. Legal Advertising Vnvita t ifroiTmT)irned"wd will ha received In triplicate until M.. m.h T.. June il, iwm, at me Hi nance Agemy, trezone an or nut arra average ft. north Blvd-Mh St. ('ration) !)R: fmm llnrlaM to Z 107 Oimm Inlt for Maria and Hold jik oi aria ""in nun begin H77 II I MU ft front. All or bulk of area SVh St; went tine . Hiiuiing and 'tin Office of Ihe Admlnlilrator. Kegl.m VI. 470H Norm central Avenue, rnoenlx. Arizona, and then opened for rurnithina all lalmr, equipment and material! and performing all worn for Ihe oonmuction of an addition to an elementary achoul at the Nelll Air Force Bate, Ui Vegaa. Nevada. Project: Nevada MT-KKD-I-AH. Plani and aoeclflcatlieii may he ex amined al the Houmng and Hume finance Agency, uinre oi ine Auminuiianir. Region VI, 471) North Central Avenue. Phuenlx, Arizona, or al Ihe olfice of . John Hienner, Arrnnect. vn I itie a no rutt Hulldlna Phoenix. Arltona. Plane and peciflratlune may he oMalned from either office upon presentation of a nneck in tne amiwni oi 7..vi lor eacn tel. rheckt may he made payable to Ihe llouilng and ll-ime finance Agency. Cah will nut he accepted and Uila lee will nut he refunded Rc s and eetah. Iienilly.., lit IIP A COUNTY PI,AlxniNU COMMISSION MARICOPA C( A Nil ZflNlNft I PHOENIX. ARIZONA By R. R. McGrew. (Jlrertnr ADVERTISK PS Stat 9:00 KNT FOR BIDS II II il aervlre fnr the erection oi t new In fur ot Sealed bldt will he received unl m. on jung n, man oy ine r ite llnapllal Board for the furnlthlng all labor, material!, tiamportallon and matlon center, Riiia ihali h In accordance w th draw inai and peclflcallnns nn file at Ihe office oi the Hoipiial Buiinm Man Prawlnii and anerlllcallnna may he examlnen and eon c! obta nefl al The office nl RMbert 111! key, Architect. Sie. t.tii cameinarK noao, upon neuoaii or i HO for each let. Depo.lt will tit refunded unon return of drawings and t..iflfalii,ne In enod eondlhon. hionere are nereoy noinieo ma eem lalinrer or mechanic of Ihe eonliactor or uh-eontractor engagco in worK on tne 'rolert under thu contract lhall be paid the prevailing wage ecalg pa lerllfied hi Ihe Induitrla Commtl'in for theie build ngi. It shall be mandatory on th Con tartnr to whom the Contract le awarder and any lub-contractor under him l ompiy wim an ine iawa oi inn eiaii applicable to eontractg lor ths conitrue will ne npenefl in ina nince ot Clellanif Hutlneet MenAer of the i kail van torn the Contract le a b. contractor under h comply with all the lawi of IhU itate ipuca K. A. Clelland Hutlneea Artaona NtaU llnaoltal. tjiiren Street Ph"nl, Arizona, at J:tj rm.t tune v. iJJ9 mm yuni.i.T ivvu i enineji nr i aaniera iTiera or nin Rond of a eorpnralt lurety icrentahje to th in urn ine live tai per rem oi i amount af ihe Md will be given ai guarantee that Ihe bidder will enter Into fli Contract if swarded him and lhall he declared forfeited ai llnuldated dim. agea II th luneiaful bidder refuiri to enter Into aald Cnnlract after being requeateti mi to do by th Ariaont lloiniiai n'iarn. Th n ia bid. being Stale notice or ptmun iikarino by arn oi siuperviaoi a Maricopa County Hm al ! P.M. nn the 7th none to amend Zoning Oidtnanc and 'P O. Rummlt-SW cor, Thomai Rd, ami Mth Hli DM It. fronlaa triuiH... Rrf- 'Mil ft fUnth: ftotn iVKSarCn. Ine.-Perml. tall Cnmm, Prnlect In tlnrlaa. area; NW cor. oieniiaie Ave. ann Tmh Avet i'JSH It frontage on (llendal 10 deuth KIT Hi, li , finiiiaae on 1'lfh Ave. to depth HM It. along Myrtle Ave; exlullng :i(JU ii. a day (if June l'J."ii . All; I'hoenlx, Z 75 ung Myrtle Ave; exlil MM) it. Cum 'J to re Cnmmiialon Initiative Amend Zon. Ilclg VI. I lenally OlatrlrU lielween pen, ,1 tng Ordinance. Artie lllll Denally ilitrlet Itrgulallona, Itevlte fim and ritahliah other intermeniaie th Board foe live () per rent of the of the ntd. win n II enier n and i Idated di r re fulfil after n riaona ' Hoard reerve th fight m re eci aU bidi ur waivt any Inturmaltty rielland. and Den. JAO ai ihnwn on chart In office of Planning and zoning com ml"lo"ui.imn miiVTV BOARD OK SLTKHVISOriS PHOENIX. ARIZONA, Publication Dalei: Miy 21 to 9. Ind . May M to :1 Intl., June 1 tu J. ind.. and Junt 4. 1V INVITATION EOR BIDH; Healed hid will be rereived in tnplliate until '1 fm, MKT., June jn. mm, ai ine tliuiine and Hume rlname Agency. Of (ire of Ihe Adminlilrator. Hell.m VI 47al Nunn enirai Avenue, rn'ieni Arlinna. and Iben opened fur luinlih ing all laleir, equipment and material! and performins ail worn luc ine con airuciiiM nf'an addition In and the re modetlng nf emit Ing rtaainaima at the colonel Tnung ncnnoi ano ine coniiiur1 Hon of a new Khml at fort Muarnuca IO-Ad. r'lana and' specification! may be eamlned at th Homing and Home finance Agency, Ofllce nf Ihe Adminii' trator. Rrainn vi. arm norm lenna Avenue, Phnenlt, Ailiona. or al the offlr nf Weaver and Iliover. Archl I .rli. IM Eait ('amelliark It "ad I'hoe nla. Arlinna, Plana and iw Itlrgtiona may he obtained froen either office upon nreaenlallnn nf a iherk In the amwint of St Ml fnr each ieC rhecki miy be made payable to th Hnuilng and Home finance Agency Ciih will n-d he accepted and this lee will not b r Weather Data FOR ARIZONA, Parity elondy 1 today heeomlng cattered , , hnwera and Ihundentorma 1 Jul M lit f) nortii iHirtlnna. Sllahlly nnlrt V , ., with ere. J) June 33 Full alonel atrong v Wlnde met aeellnaa thli atterewM. URIC WEATHER .vt .tUMir i r ecaalnnally cloudy with aeadleeed howera and Ihundentorma moatly 2y.,L.?,'H,,"n" 'm Hhward. SI ahtly cooler with slightly Maker rHailve humidity. Moderate tawjth-eely wlndi ceaulnnally 3S te 3 rnnk.. sklfllnc lo nwlherty la K alkali Forest this aiteraaea. Today. Friday. May M. W.Mt: Sun rlsea .2 a.m.. tela 7:2 p.m i rMSTirl" 8:39 " m" 8:07 m' ll'i Great Te Urt la Phoenix Weather, Mar S. ISM Relative humldtty Phoenix Air. port; 3:30 a.m.. .18; 11:30 a.m.. IV, .V W p.m.. 8. High 38, low 7. Highest temperature 99 deg. Highest lame date last year M deg. Highest same da last 60 yra 107 deg. Lowest temperature 65 deg. Lowest lame date lilt year 64 dee. L.owesi same na last 60 yra 53 deg. .a deg. r.xcess In temoerature r-xcess n lemp sine May si deg, txceni in temp sine Jin 1 it deg. Total precipitation last 24 hrt 0 In. Total preelp since May 1 5 In. : Total preelp since Jan X 1.S4 in. Normal preelp Jan I to datg 2.57 in. Deflc of preelp since Jan 1 1.23 in. For ! hra, ending S:3t p.m. (MT Max Mln Pr. Max Mln rr. ARI.ONA Portlnd 7 M Kin A H9 Seattle 67 51 RI-Low Wl M Spokane 6d St .Oi tiugl 93 M VVYIatnn 7() 44 ijagataf 37 CKNTRAI. RtaRnd Ifll M Rrwnvll M Rri'nyn Art Si Chicago MM-. Kngmaa 91 63 flncnatl 63 43 an cievind M JB Mavrlrlc Mc.-vary Pavson Phoenix f 63 He Moln SO SI rrescoii im nj netroii .v .is . Saffnrd 98 ."Mi node rt 5.7 4A 71 Scilona Ml fargo M 44 . ShowLw NO 4 PtSmlth 69 63 .05 itirson m tu Houston mm) Wlmlow 89 .VI Indaplla 62 41 Vuma llrj 7 KamCI 75 S4 MOHTHWEST Laredo M 73 .03 Alhuqu. Kl .S7 .0,'lCuhock 90 511-. Amanlo Ti 54 .bXYIemohi 78 63 Pakalld 94 .VI Mp-St.P 58 46 .25 Blythe 99 70 Mtgmry 67 iicnver (.1 ,11 Nainvll nvi n .ICntro 94 65 NOrleng f 71 1 raao ih ih oma CI m hi .u reino 79 SI Omaha 79 54 1 m HtLouls Tl 47 :.Anlei 63 .VI S.Anton 90 71 ,. Vegaa 96 l.Annli Needli HH) 76 EANTERM 98 65 5 41 Salinas 71 52 Atlanta SI. City 81 58 Rnaton 38 41 s niego 63 37 chiiton rt 71 SKrlii o 73 48 Jarkivll 94 70 .70 Therml 93 K8 Mlamif 86 78 NORTHUKjiT NewYrk 60 4J Rolae H8 54 .49Pliburg 5 32 C.I Ka III 70 5H .WRaleigh 70(1, Mnoula bd 55 .27Waahtn 83 49 Louli R. .lurwlta Meteorologist In Charge Phoenix V. S. Weathtr Bureau. Irrigation TOTAL STORED WATER Reservoirs' capacity, a, ft. Total stored water, a. It, Net stored water, t. It. Net ilorcd water, yr. ago Loss In 24 hr , a. ft. MATER IIIVERTEO Norlhslde use, miner s In. Southalde use, miner's In. (iranlle Reef. t. ft. PiitniM.1 m It NORMAL FLOW PERIOD NO. It rmm u:iu a.m. May i3. to 12:01 a m. June I, 1936,. for use on lands In cultivation In or before 1H79. Slwirt variation! In riven entitle landi In cultivation In nr before the following year In a portion of full period accumulation as follows: ifWki. 50 per cent KAN t AHI.IIS PHIIJEI T Jl-hra ending 1 a.m., Mar , IMt feet i,2H3.nui .073, 71 61(1. 4i 478.693 2,479 1,78.1 CaiMidly. acre. Availahle storase. acre-feel Vl-hiiur discharge. arie-Ieel tlesrrvulr loss, acre- feet 22.584 4MI 549 liirlhs ME8A ONTEOPATHir HOAPITAL ItlZMAN. Kred and Stella. 1JJ7 N. Country Club, girl, May 23. MEM nOlTHHlltK HIMPITAt PAI.MKH. Lehl and Shirley, ift N. Wealw.KMl. Mesa. girl. May 23, W AI.I.AI E. Elmo and Mary. Star Home Chandler, hoy. May 2X HAlJaTON. Uitcr and Margie, (irnrral Delivery, Gilbert, gtrU ' "tEMPE CLINIC HOSPITAL FLORK8. franiisrn and Anlonla, Route I. Rx 73. Sroltidale. buy, M H v '2'S VANEX. Henry and Eleanor, Sll W nth St. Meat, girl, .May. . HOOD SAMARITAN IIONPfTAI. HAIHI). .lark W. and Jtan, Ciena dale, hny, Mny 22, , HOE8E. Roy and Dnrolhy, 3318 W Monteheiio. girl. May 23. KENNEIIV, W. R. and Retina, 913 K. H.i.e Lane. girl. May il. LEH'IM, T. Rohert and Maryanna, lull N. 17th Ave , girl. May 22. 8ON11. John and francee. Broil dale girl, May 22. VtEoT. Norman and Shirley. MarimiHi. girl. May 71 f.EAMAN. (ietald and Patricia. 4734 E M'teclto. hoy, May 22. MEMORIAL HONPITAI. HOI. LE MAN. Ocie and Vlrit! 82IM 8 Central, girl. May 21 il l ElixHI, Michael and Ruth, (ilendalr. I.y. May 'Jl. Rol'AI. Lloyd and Wanda, Glen dale. hny. May 22 RROHtt, Thurman and Christina, 33.1.1 K. Wood. boy. May 2.1. I RI8OKTOM0. frsni'in-o and II-Iher. tilemlalt, girl. May 23, mantUoo. Pedro and Cnrl quels Ulmilale. hoy. May 23. T. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL EVANs. Wallact ind Aurella, 31 11 W Camelliack, hoy, May 22, HAhl.IT.rL. .lamea and laro-Ivn, 4613 N. Third Ave , girt, May 22 LAMAR, llmml and Jackie, Sttl N. i.'nd IV , boy. May 22. I.P.VEsul R. Joseph and Connie, 4x17 E Avalnn Or,, la-l. Mgy 22. PADII.I.A, Ralph and Magdalen. 911 N IHh at,, girl, May 22. PAVrNiol, Eugene and Iren. 3223 W. Carfleld, girl, May 23. MarrlaftP Licenses I t.ARINI). PETERSON, Tart CWI. fad. 20. Litchfield Park I Jacqueline Ruth Tl. Mess DAHL EENIiaR. petee O,. Ml AKin. 84. both ef Tucsofi rossl'M-RMITH. Paul dene. 2, & r san iitcgoi noatilt Mailt. 26, W, ralrmunU uilaaaj Manaiaf. lunded. I I

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