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J. V. AfcCrory Given Tempe Scout ers Plan Rape Admitted at Ellinsburg, and was then sent to- Pecos, Tex, where he was commissioned April, 1944. Pilot of a B-17, he received training at Lincoln, and Alexandria, La. He has been overseas three months.

Discussion Tonight TEMPFT 15 Tomnn zona State Teachers College at Tempe and filled a2H year mission for the Latter Day Saints Church in the northern states before he entered service. He received his basic training avenue, received word today that their son. Second Lt Robert H. Flake has been missing in action over Germany since December 26. A graduate of the Mesa Union High School, he attended the Ari Lt.

R. H. Flake Lost In Action MESA, Jan. 15 Mr. and Mrs.

Marion L. Flake of 461 East First By Local Youth UIOUILI BOV SCOUt trootl COmmittppmon nH i iic anil aiiuuici roi aavisor to th Qtjzen Rights jscouters will meet for dinner at 7 o'nlorlf Tiipsrlnv eupnini, at old high school girl last Friday as Tempe Cafe. H. M. McKemy, dis authoriz.

Aurar ded 14 trict cnairman win preside at the meeting which will follow the din- ri.V il memDer of the committee is a lawyer. ball game has been obtained from a 19-year-old youth, Leo Pender-I gast. deputy sheriff, said last night.1 IICl for United Renorts will Via trivon Play To Reopen omer apanisn-American, Zi, is at large, Pendergast stated. E. W.

Pnnph chariff vacUntait KiSe were present in SnSrirt Court yesterday to oiiocHance and re- TUESDAY! AN EXCITING mittee memoers and troop officers and Officers Of the Histrirt rnm. u.iii.i, CT 1UQJ released eight juveniles who accom- (mittee will be appointed. Among SesTs new citizens. Theater In Mesa MESA. Jan 1 T1.

a foiucu uie auuiLs in an automoDne and WitnpCCivl tha tirr man r)ro rr plans lor scout activities to be discussed will be the waste oaoer rfawiey. chief inspector of a2ffin nd immigration tfJSSSited the petitioners to Meetcha." a thrw-nr (the young girl Into the car. drive, observance of Scout Week to De neia eDruarv 4 in in ann tn and the oath was adnun- mc iwiu owicers sne was taken by the two Spanish-Americans to an allev off Smith Soventh court of honor. George Miller and Kay Hatch from scout headquar street and raped twice. ters in jrnoenix wm De in edy will be presented at the Mesa Community Theater next month, opening the theater again after being closed two years.

Mrs. Louise Gladden is directing the production under the sponsorship of the Mesa Parks and Playgrounds Committee. All proceeds will trivor, Anouier 14-year-oia girl and two boys, 14 and 16, were walking with the eirl When shp was nnH ThZ judge Dave vv. ung. the new citizer.5 Is Asahel Wickenburg.

84-year-old S5J1 to came to the state 5eX ago from Canada. -etting certificates were: Prrott. Ruth learned away in the car. Events Today In Valley Cities MESA Lions Club. 12:10 p.

Johnson's to the Mesa Hospitality House. Written by Bernard Chichester. the Dlav IS Of rnrrenr nnnnln. Church -Stages Annual Meeting I ft.Xd Ann LecoVq Ca-fefJ'james Senate Itahan; duction. In the cast are Anonna Perkins.

Reta Reed. Erleane White (Virginia Nelson, and Betty Crurn Drive-Inn. PtPivowarsky, wne Piva. Polish; Hulda Ujse to Ijrf Widish; Guil- TEMPE, Jan. 15 The annual meeting of the Tempe Congregational Church was held last night ui iua; uanny Wilson.

Corn. Ppt Msrtin tr. i Gold and Green Ball, Mezona Ballroom, 9 p. m. TEMPE Tuesday Luncheon Club.

12 noon. jr- a V-. oauiutl L. Clemens. Pvt.

arter a supper in tne social room of the church. Staff Sgt. Johnnv Kuharic of Wil who La hiTfirst name to William, Urquidez. Gustavo Bonn. Amelia Irene ates, aJon Garcia and Francisco aciX and Nick Bomley.

s'nan- home of Mrs. L. E. Pafford. Tempe Rotary Club, 12:10 p.

American Legion Hall. Dr. Samuel Burhard gave the financial report for the past year and presented the budget for the ensuing year which was adopted liams ieia ana sgt. Claude "Slats" Ravborn of Falcon Field. Entertainment will be offered between acts and will Include besides skits and musical numbers, solos by Sgt.

Paul Laswell widely and oversubscribed by $300. Reports Deafi Summons unapter F. 1 p. home of Mrs. I.

F. Nichols. Congregational Church 20 to 45 Club, 7 p. church social room. Tempe District Scout Committee dinner, 7 p.

Tempe Cafe. Knights of Pythias Lodge No. 26. Known singer worn wiinams Field. Liquor Charges oi otner oincers also were given.

Trustees elected are Dr. Ronald Bridges and W. Leland Ward. Other trustees are M. R.

Barnes, Mrs. Wayne Ritter and Milton Goldman. Mrs. Grace Robinson was elected deaconess, to serve with Mrs. Dil-worth Baird and Miss Theresa An Mesan's Mother iKTrs.

Nancv open house, 7:30 p. lodge hall. LSr5r Brooks, a visitor here 'Catted awav Saturday KYRENE Kyrene Parent-Teacher Association, 7:30 p. Kyrene School. CHANDLER Junior Service Club meeting, 4:15 p.

Mrs. Edward Lambson residence, North Arizona avenue. derson, and Mrs. T. J.

Cookson was re-elected clerk. Miss Ella Roll, V. M. Eskridge and Dilworth Baird were elected auditors; Miss Laura Dobbs, financial secretary; Alvah Oakley, reelected treasurer; and Charles Daugherty, deacon. Other deacons Bring Two Fines Arland S.

Fogel, 49 years old, and Jack Anderson, 27, yesterday' were fined 51.500 and $400. respectively, in U. S. District Court by Judge Dave W. Ling on charges of violating liquor tax laws and liquor ceiling prices.

Fogel was found guilty by the court of three counts against him, and paid $500 fine for each count. He was accused of selling 45 gallons of whisky without paying the wholesalers' special revenue tax; of buying 50 cases of whisky and operating as a wholesale liauor Jn atthe home of her Mrs. Glow Pickens of Tie body will be taken to ifl t. for services and mter- rSSfand lie in state Tuesday ifveldrum Mortuary, fern February 22. 1S70.

in i la, she came here only FStthigo to visit her daughter. fs Mrs. Pickens, she is sur-Sfhr a daughter. Mrs. Fred of Selma.

two sons. Leo t.v TdanH TIL. and Oscar are l. J. cooicson ana ur.

jsuric hard. Music committee members named are Dilworth Baird, Mesdames W. L. Ward, Bertha Cornell and Mario rie Hand; Misses Josephine Frankenbersr. Margaret Prior.

Mes of Davenport. and two c-aiTi Mrs- dealer without a basic permit; and with selling 45 cases of whisky at 530 per case above ceiling price. dames Claire Irvine, D. R. Van Petten and Milton Goldman, flower committee.

The Rev. Cecil L. Prior, pastor of Anderson in iMovember reversed a not guilty plea to one count of sellin above ceiling price, and two the church, presided. Memoers oi the nominating committee were Miss Theresa Anderson, Charles other counts against him were dis Officers Are Elected Forming Of Club pboenix Jewish youths last night enounced formation of a teen-age Eb and election of officers. The em to be known as the "50-50 Csb" is headed bv Bob Cowan, -resident.

Other officers are Arlen Season, secretaiy, Larry treasurer, and Harold Glotzer, MpptinETS will hp Daugherty and Mrs. M. Jones, Masons Will Meet missed. His sentence was held until disposition yesterday of Fogel's case. Clubs Slate Meeting Members of Townsend Clubs No.

TEMPE, Jan. 15 A special Such good looking, smartly styled ALL LEATHER casuals COUPON and so attractively They are made of durable soft Brown Leather uppers with leather covered platform and GENUINE LEATHER soles. popular styles to choose from ALL SIZES and WIDTHS. They'll be a sell-out, so come early for best selection. meeting of Tempe Masonic Lodge No.

15 will be held at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening in Masonic hall. The third degree will be conferred. T. J. Hineman, worshipful master.

11 and 14 will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight at 10th and Fillmore streets, with officers of Club No. 14 in memoers' homes each Fri- will preside. charge. Cleanup Clearance ISO Prs. Warm Comfortable HOUSE SLIPPERS 100 Formerly 1.49 to 2.99 now HOME PORTRAITURE OF CHILDREN Convenience Familiar Surroundings Proper Clothing PLUS Masterful Photography For appointment call 5-3506 between 12-1 or 6-7 p.

Tn. Aith Wyner Specialist in Child Photography CHILDREN'S SIZES Same Styles 3.29 Washington at First St. Home Portraiture at It Best Spirited fashions for the young that click with mothers, too! Visit our new Teen-Age Shop for the sharpest, the newest in clothes for th teens 3k Right: ay Gibson's adorable striped seersucker dress stands up smartly without wilting and you can dunk it, don it again without ironing. Sizes 9 to 15. 7.95 mlm- This new corner shop is for you! i yS- rWt II tils' IV.

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