Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on July 22, 1948 · Page 3
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 3

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, July 22, 1948
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Thursday, July 22, 1948. -The Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Arizona. Page 3 Guard Draws gS&22& Pershing Will Provides Trust Fund Of $150,000 For Sister 'Occupation' Out Of Camp Thi Arizona National Guard agreed jesterday to withdraw its "occupation army" from the Florence Prisoner of War Camp, upon assurance by War Assets Administration officials there would be no further sales of buildings on the campsite. The agreement was reached at a meeting in the office of Acting Gov. Gaivey. at which the guard also agreed to permit schools which previously have purchased buildings at WAA-conducted sales, to remove them. Mean.vhile, guard officials will survey approximately TO unsold buildings remaining on the campsite and select about 10 for armory and materials storage depots and will then ask the war department to direct that these buildings be turned over to the guard for military and national security purposes. The Florence camp had been "occupied" by the guard for more than a week while it sought to prevent the further removal or razing of buildings which it says, had been promised it. Maj. Gen. A. M. Tut hill, adjutant general of Arizona, told the meeting that "the only reason I put a guard over the remaining buildings there was 1o bring forth such a meeting as this in the hope of getting somewhere. In two years, we have gotten nrmhere." As an outgrowth of the confab. Robert O. Kelly, state surplus property purchasing officer, paid to the WAA officials, sent here from San Francisco. $49,000. This sum represented money collected by the state from the resale of buildings purchased in its own name on behalf of veterans. 1 VU mm 925, fr(Tf?7? I to 6 yn. TWfi) JUMPER -SZE2 WASHINGTON', July 21 fAP aide, were named executors of the lan O lughlin, Col. Adamson and 'another for the capitol of Nebraska. Gen. John .1. Pershing established estate and trustees of the fund Pershing s son. O Laughlin is pub-1 Uniforms and other military a trust fund of not less than $150,- established for Miss Pershing. lisher of the Army and Navy Jour- equipment not specifically be- 000 for his sister, Miss Anna May! The general also directed thatinal. queathed go to the Smithsonian In- Pershing. his will disclosed today, the contract for publication of his These four also were directed to ; stitution. The World War I leader died memoirs, which appeared some jexamine Pershing's correspondence The University of Nebraska will lasi Thursdav in Walter Reed Hos-.vears ago, and any income from and personal record files to decide j receive General Pershing's collec- ..:. jtheir publication become part of ; which should be preserved as his-ition of Moro weapons and i The total vniuo rf the eenerals nis resinuai estate. estate was not given in the will.1 The will provides t hat other vvnt-which was filed in federal court. ;ns unfinished at the time of his It provides that Miss Pershing, death should be completed under of Lincoln Neb. receive S6.000 a ' th direction of George C. Marshall, vear from 'the trust as long as she secretary of slate; Col. John Cal- lives. When she dies, the trust is to be dissolved and the rest of the fund will go to Francis War ren Pershing of New York, the general's son and only surviving jU. S. Air Force headquarters an-child. The son also is to get all j nounced that one squadron of nine the general's personal property. Superfortresses from Furstenfeld- The Riggs National Bank. War- hruck base near Munich carried othes torical documents. articles of Moro origin. The col- The executors are directed to lection has been on loan to the choose from his swords and other ' university, which also will receive military equipment one article $1,500 for a gold medal to be apiece for the museum of the capi- awarded annually to the best sol-tol of Missouri, his native state, and dier-student in the ROTC graduat ing class. ren Pershing and Col. George K. ! nut pxerrises simulating the bomb Adamson the general's long-t ime I ing of Helgoland today. German-Based Forts Conduct Mock Raid FRANKFURT, July 21 (UP) I The mock raid on the North Sea island off the coast of Germany was described as a routine training flight. An air force spokesman said the Superforts based in Germany had been making similar flights over Helgoland for months. Bogus Check Passer Is Convicted By U.S. SAN DIEGO, Calif.. July 21 f AP Thaddeus G. Landon, 42 years old. of Kansas City, was convicted in federal court today of passing fictitious checks in interstate commerce. Betty Marshall Graydon. assistant U. S. attorney, said the maximum penalty under the six-count conviction was five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. Landon was accused of passing checks totaling $4,967.40 on the Yale Foundation, a nonprofit health institution in subuiban La Mesa. Landon operated a cafe at the institution last spring. Thrifty cut. jiffy sew. In size 2. Pattern 9251 jumper takes one vard. Pert little jacket uses only seven-eights of a yard more. And the blouse is cut in one piece. Pattern 9251 conies in Toddlers' sizes 1. 2. 3, 4. 5. 6. Size 2 jumper and jacket. lTs yards 35-inch. Mothers! You must see the many adorable children's styles in our Marian Martin Pattern Book for Summer! Twice as exciting as ever, this catalog of news-making fashions is yours for fifteen cents more. Printed right in the book, a free pattern and directions for a beach utility bag. Send TWENTY-FIVE cents in coins for this pattern to THE ARIZONA REPFBLIC FASHIOX DEPT.. 12 STEVENSON ST., SAX FRANCISCO 5, CALIF. Print plainlv YOl'R NAME. ADDRESS, SIZE AND STYLE NOIBER. V IL'II EVAPORATIVE COOLER TRANSPARENT DENTAL PLATES Extractions Included in the Price of Plates Gas or Nerve Block DR. E.B. PEASE DR. E. D. LIGHT DR. E. C. D0HNER 245 Fox Theater Bldg. Phone 4-3943 Grams Radio Store You will look far and wide to find a modern radio store like Grams. Every modern convenience is here to serve you. Come in and look around. Television Notes We are Keeping an eagle eye on Television developments . . . find will keep you reliably informed. 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