Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 11, 1949 · Page 23
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BULLDOG REPUBLIC The Arizona Republic ma,l ' Rodeo Queen Gets Camera Low -Down Friday, February 11, 1949 THE STATE'S GREATEST NEWSPAPER Page 23 l W ;-f A XX XJv r . r CjT-i JTl If s. M ft? Paul Henreid, star of Rope of Sand, Paramount picture, whose African diamond mine scenes were filmed in the hills near Yuma, tells Jean Sugden, queen of the Yuma Jaycees" fourth annual rodeo, about movie camera high lights. The rodeo is scheduled Saturday and Sunday. State To Continue Inquiry Of Prescott Company Today full day of testimony, corporation commission After a the state inursaay recessed until 10 a. m. Friday its inquiry into the affairs, finances, and management of the Gold-O-Lite Corporation of Prescott. . . The probe was requested by stockholders to determine whether there has been an misuse of company funds and mismanagement of its affairs in general. The corporation manufacturers a new type of lubricant, the origination of which is claimed by Louis DeAngelis, Prescott, president and principal stockholder in the company. , DeAngelis, on the stand Thursday, conceded that more than $50,-000 worth of stockholders' money had been expended while the company had turned out only about $7,000 worth of products. The inquiry is expected to be completed today. Meanwhile, pending its decision McDowell POULTRY MARKET Frying Chicken, dressed, lb. 59c Dressed and Drawn ...lb. 81c Stewing Chicken, dressed lb. 59c Dressed and Drawn . lb. 79c CUT UP POULTRY Breasts lb. $1.10 Legs .....lb. 95c Wings ............'.....lb. 65c Necks .lb. 20c .2222 E. McDowell Rd. on the case, the corporation commission has prohibited the company from selling any more stock. Plans For Holbrook Wells To Be Decided HOLBROOK, Feb. 10 A seismic crew of 18 men will be transferred here from Wyoming by the General Petroleum Corporation as soon as weathe- conditions will permit. The men are being sent here following the abandonment last week of the company's Creiger State No. 14-6 exploratory well . near here. Drillers on the well struck a granite formation at approximately 3,400 feet. . The General Petroleum Corporation's future drilling plans in the Holbrook area, in which th company holds1 extensive land leases, will be developed on the basis of information supplied by the work of the seismic' crew, company officials said. Ray Alder Named To College Board THATCHER, Feb. 10 Ray Alder of Pima has been appointed to fill the vacancy on the Gila Junior College Board of Education. The vacancy was created when the attorney general ruled Warner Mattice was ineligible to serve on the board when he became a state senator. Alder is a long-time . Gila valley resident. A former Gila College student, he' completed his studies at the college here in 1925. Snowbound Miner Misses Tobacco PRESCOTT. Feb. 10 (AP) Lack of tobacco caused Paul Dollinger, miner who was marooned by snow 18 days, his only hardship. "Tea is bitter,' he commented when rescued. Ike Kusisto and Ed Fegert, Prescott, trudged on snowshoes to the isolated camp where Dollinger ,was snowbound. Reports reaching Prescott Dollinger was ill were unfounded. He was almost out of food when a Civil Air Patrol dropped supplies near his camp Tuesday, he said. Fund At Prescott To Buy Iron Lung PRESCOTT, Feb. 10 (AP) Prescott soon will have its own iron lung for -treatment of polio cases. The Yavapai County. Medical Associatipn women's auxiliary has announced a fund of $3,000 has been collected from local contributors for purchase of the respirator. The drive to raise funds for the lung was launched by the auxiliary following the recent polio death of a local high school boy. Tire victim was taken to Jerome because Prescott hospitals had no iron lung. State Cattle Group Opens NogalesMeet NOGALES, Ariz., Feb. 10 (AP) Discussion of major livestock problemsincluding grazing fees and progress of the fight against hoof and mouth disease in Mexico was undertaken by members of the Arizona Cattle Growers Association Thursday night in closed session. CARLOS RONSTADT, associa tion president, presided over ine session in Nogales High School auditorium. The meeting marked the open ing of the 45th annual convention of the association. The members, approximately 500 of them, will hold their first regular session Friday morning with Governor Garvey and Horacio So- barzo, Sonora governor, delivering nnpnin? addresses. I About 345 delegates had regis tered late this afternoon. Ronstadt said between 500 and 600 wotald attend. A. A. Smith, Sterling, Colo., president of the American National" Livestock Association, will be the principal speaker -at rnday morning's regular session.. Other speakers include Waltor Bimson, Phoenix, president of the Valley National Bank; Dr. Paul Burgess, of the University of Arizona agriculture college, and Ronstadt. The convention will continue through Sunday, when members will make a trip to Magdalena, Sonora, 55 miles below the border. THEY WILL inspect the federal meat canning plant in the Mexican city and will be guests at the luncheon offered by officials of the Sonora Cattle Growers Association. Members of the Sonora association will attend the convention here as guests of the Arizona group. This border city was in festive mood for the convention. All available accommodations in hotels and motels were reported taken. Research Award Honors Arizonan PIMA, -Feb. 10 Dr. Henry Ey-ring, a former Gila Junior Col lege student and a member of an outstanding valley family, has been awarded one of the nation's top hoonrs as a scientist and scholar. Dr. Eyring, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Eyring of Pima, has been awarded a plaque and a $2,50C award by the Research Corporation of America. The former valley resident, now dean of the graduate school at the University of Utah, long has been an outstanding "chemist. Born in Colonia Juarez. Mexico, he studied at the University of Arizona and the University of California, where he received his doctor of philos ophy degree in 1927. Dr. Eyring has taught at several colleges, including Princeton University. He also has engaged in a number of research projects and has lectured throughout the United States. He has been very active in Latter Day Saints Church work. In lauding the work of Dr. Eyring, the citation from the Research Corporation said: "Science and industry use the first fruits' of his work every day, and the world reaps the benefits of his accomplishments." Importance Of Flagstaff To Lumber Industry Cited FLAGSTAFF, Feb. 10 (AP) The vast importance of the lumbering industry to Flagstaff is evidenced by the fact that more than half of the nearly 200,000,000 feet of timber harvested in Arizona during 1948 was cut in Coconino county, of which Flagstaff is the seat. On one forest alone, Coconino, the cut totaled S5,910,000 feet, according to figures compiled in the regional forest office at Albuquerque, "N. M. Revenue for the timber cut in Arizona was $754,256, or an average of $3.90 per thousand feet. Coconino county's forests brought in $337,293, or an average of $4.45 per thousand, in fees paid to the forest service. Of this amount 42 per cent will come back to the county through various funds. In lieu of taxes the forest service returns to the several counties a flat 25 per cent, of receipts, which goes into the general county 'receipts; six per cent is returned to the state, but is earmarked for spending in the school districts of the counties in which the timber is cut, and an additional 10 per cent is returned to the state for spending on roads in the several counties in which the timber was harvested. Thus Coconino will receive nearly $150,000 in forest receipts for the 1948 cut on forests within the county. This is the greatest amount received by any county in the Southwest and is near the top two or three counties in the nation. The Coconino rorest cut broke all records. Ordinarily the forest will produce between 60,000,000 and 70,000,000 feet a year, but during the war years and because of the great markets for all building materials, producers have been allowed to exceed that figure. This was possible because the total allowance cut was not harvested each year during the depression years before the war. Added to the 85,910,000 feet to determine Coconino county's total production is that of the Kaibab National Forest, 17,034,000, and about 10 per cent of the cut of Sitgreaves National Forest, or 3,-978,000 feet, for a county total of 106,922,000 feet. Production of lumber on all forests in Arizona last year amounted to 193,498,000 feet. The entire region, which includes Arizona and New Mexico, produced 232,663,000. Rodeo Queen Event Listed DOUGLAS, Feb. 10 (AP) Aspirants to the title of Queen of the 1949 Douglas Rodeo will be accepted from all over Cochise county, Louis Mason anounced Thursday. All contestants must be sponsored by a business house or organization and must be 18 years old or over and expert riders. The queen will be the winner of a riding show March 6 at the Douglas rodeo ground. ' Judging will be on the basis of horsemanship only, and entrants need not be costumed. A dance March 5, deadline for queen registration, will honor the contestants. Entries may be made at the chamber of commerce in Douglas. The entrant or her sponsor must furnish her mount and saddle. The queen chosen March 6 will reign at the March 19 and 26 Rodeo Balls, will lead the Rodeo parade April 2, and the grand entries both days of the Rodeo, Arpil 2 and 3. Lodge Fete Announced MIAMI, Feb. 10 Miami Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks will be host to officers, members, and their ladies of Phoenix Elks Lodge February 26, it is announced by Warren Strom, exalted ruler. 11 Help yourself to the best in N.n t i o na 1 1 y Famous Watches at ID an i el's Make your selection of an outstanding 1 gift . . a, nationally advertised watch. TRAPSE-IN YOUR OLD WATCH Plans For Douglas High School Read y DOUGLAS, Feb. 10 (AP) The new $350,000 building of the Douglas High School may be completed in time for occupancy next September, Hollice E. Stevenson, school suprintendent, said Thursday. Stevenson said the school architect had informed the school board plans for the building will be completed Friday. Advertisements for bids for construction will be published early in March. The opening of the sale of bonds to finance the new structure and tc remodel and recondition the remainder of the Douglas school plant has been set for February 23 at the Cochise. County Court House in Bisbee. Two issues of bonds', each for $340,000, will be sold. . - & I m 3 I i IS s - s Graham Fair Dates Set October 20-23 S AFFORD, Feb. 10 The 1949 Graham County Fair will be staged October 20-23, it was decided here this week at a meeting of the fair commission. 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