Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on November 3, 1950 · Page 19
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19 FRIDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 3,1950 Southeastern Arizona correspondents: Benson--Mrs Jessie Miller Bisbee-Warren--Mrs A J Gilbert, 107 Vista Warren Bisbee- Warren--Hugh Keyes, Phone 707 Safford--Mrs Vera Berryhlll. Phone 174 Tombstone--Stephen Holeva Jr, Phone 2551 WUlcox--Mrs. Betty Jo Hart, Phon« 275-W Panthers, Cougars Stumbling Blocks For Douglas, Bisbee By HUGH KEVES BISBEE, Nov. 3.--Coach Otis Coffey of the Douglas Bulldogs.is much concerned over his squad's game with the Amphitheater Panthers of Tucson tonight. Coffey claims that, although his charges have gone undefeated in Arizona competition, the caliber of opposition which the Panthers have met may be the big difference in the outcome, come. Coffer says his fullback, Wai Anderson, who leads the Bulldo scoring with 19 points, is one the best punters in the state an gives him much of- the credit fi the team's success this year. A derson, who weighs 170 pound lacks any blazing speed, but is shifty runner with a lot of powe He also is the top passer on th Douglas aggregation. The D9Uglas head man' als handed out praise for Doyle Dayl Bulldog right guard, who turns i good performances as a lin backer. Davis and 250-pqund . Arthu Lawrence, the Bulldog Bulldoze are the only members of this year team who played in the Dougla, Amphi game last fall. Melendcz A Leader Co-Capt. Raul Melendez, righ half, is one of the hardest workin men'on the squad, Coffey reports and is a good blocker and grea team man. ;- Left End Frank Hannum, wh stands 6 feet 2 inches and weigh 167 pounds, has double duty unde the Coffey system. The lank flankman, who turns in good defensive play, also calls the Bui; dogs · offensive signals and hi; coach seems -to think he is doing a bang-up, job of it. With three more tough game coming up for his men before the close of the season Coffey is ponder ing the'question -of whether or not they can remain -unbeaten in state competition. After the clash with -Amphitheater, things begin to look even harder because the rampaging Mesa Jackrabbits ari next, on the schedule. And after that they must pair off against the Tucson Badgers before coming to the Thanksgiving day game with Bisbee in Douglas. .dinpbi StnmMlng Block But right now pressing .problem Coffey's most is to hurdle Amphitheater because he feels the down and out men of McCain are just about'ready to get up on their hind legs and kick., the daylights- out ,of someone or something for the rough sledding they have had. Coffey. fears it may be his Bulldogs. ..'· ' The Bulldog boss isn't the only one with problems in this part of the state. Waldo Dicus of Bisbee takes ·flis.'Pumas to Casa Grande tonight, where they must face the atomic-lite offensive of the undefeated-Cougars. Bisbes's feats this year, have been nothing too start, ling and after the dust has settled tonight they may even be less so. But the Pumas have rebelled all week -when confronted with the record of Shanty Hogan's crew. It doesn't seem to have them worried in the least and as far as they are concerned those who think the trip is just for the outing are y., «"«! going to be rudely surprised. Safford Court Has Busy Day SAFPOHD, Nov. -3. --Monday apparently was a busy day in the Safford city court of: Magistrate Ralph Eggleston. Violators of city ordinances 62, 111 and 115 were brought 159 ReWtirded At Le g ion PostGrads To Help Counsel Pile! Cochise 4-H Fete aefore made. the court and By BETTY JO HART _ , WILLCOX, Nov. 3.---Awards presented at the second disposition annual Cochise county 4-H club Achievement day in Willcox TT--;_~. T_ .* _T_ T i /^ _ j. nn ·_ I...T -i _ · _ _ . .1 j _ * j ' _ _ j j_-. Lists Activities Select Queen BISBEE, Nov. 3.'~ The · local L. A. Engle Jr. post of the American Legion announced meetings this month on : the third and fifth Thursdays due to the holidays. The Naco school patrol, state with two found guilty of ordinances 111-115, .icense. selling liquor without a Those appearing before the court were: Jose Amescua, drunk and dis- BISBEE, Nov. 3.--The Bisbee high school student body has decided to let the alumni get in on the selection of the homecoming queen. The announcement was made yesterday by school officials. At first plans called for elects A total of 47 special awards was me « in ? Nov - 16. Legionnaires are J . n S the 1« een from votes' of stu- A TOiai 01 if special awaras was ^^ ^ .^^ becaus the schoo] dents, but the new plan was hit There were 17 offenders -of or-jUnion high school Oct. 28 included pins and certificates to champions, will. attend the first dinance 62, drunk and disorderly,) 159 members and leaders. - - - - - - - · - - . ~ . - ~ » . T _ . . . «, T ._: ,_. announced also.- The outstanding club award was won by the Double 'Adobe Ranchers club,, : a plaque by radio stations KAWT, Douglas, and KSUN, Bisbee. Out- Harold Millican, Arlie Jacoby Duane and Mary Lou Splawn, all o orderly, sentence, withheld for 90 days on good behavior. " Juan Begay, drunk and disorder-! y, fined $20 or 20 days in jail.f Sp£cial gwards and pJBS presented the following: standing boy and girl loving cup | McNeal, .andvBob Russell, William awards, also given by the two sta-js £ark Vernon Hawkins and Flora tions, were presented Arlie Jacoby iv on Price all of Elfrida. ._., ,, :. gplawn Qf D o u W e ( w ^ Reportcr R(nvarded 'aid fine. Gene Begay, drunk and disorder- y, fined $20 or 20 days in jail, 'drunk and .Margaret Putz, McNeal, received first honors for achievement rec The spirit and. determination of the Dicusmen has permeated the Warren ball park all week. The Pumas are sensing something and it might be an upset. The way they have been working in deadly seriousness all week may see them through. A win over former Assistant Coach Hogan's team would mean a lot to them. Tombstone Albert Beswetherick, drunk, and « o n - « on i tv, .,,''lords and outstanding work, a gold $20 or 20 days in jail. fm d d -, award £ d by the Na ^oc-wpthiirirtL- r^imL-· anri . , ,, ,, £. tional Committee on Boys' and Girls' Club Work presented by Kenneth L. McKee, state 4-H leader. ' Bowie Girl Honored, The girls' 'clothing achievement gold-filled medal was presented Carol Tully, Bowie. This was sponsored by Spool Cotton Co. and presented in behalf of the company by E. B. McAleb of the Valley store. disorderly, fined $20 or 20 days. Sentence .suspended for 60 days on condition defendant leave town b;- first available means of transportation. Bond Forfeited Harry Bonito, drunk and disorderly, $20 appearance bond set. Paid 310 on bond and failed to appear. Bond forfeited. ' Jerry Casey, drunk and disorderly, fined $25 or 25 days, committed to jail. ' j Dairy foods demonstration hon- Ch»e Curly, drunk and disorderly, jors went to Marjorie Cravey, posted S20 appearance bond, failedlDouble Adobe, senior Individual. to appear, bond forfeited. Senior team awards were won by Harry King, drunk and disorderly, fined S20 or 20 .days. Sentence suspended for 60 days on condition defendant leave town immediately. Emma Mehill, drunk and disorderly, fined $20 or 20 days in jail. Antonio Olivas, drunk, and disorderly, disturbing the peace, fined $60 or 60 days in jail. Paid fine. Sent To Jail George Orantes, drunk and disorderly, fined $25 or 25 days in jail. Committed to jail. Louie Quiroz, selling liquor without a license, fined $50 or 30 days in jail. Jail sentence suspended for 90 days on good behavior. Paid fine. Clarence Petty, drunk and dis- TOMBSTONE, Nov. 3.--Cecil Cos-i Frank 'Gallegos, selling liquorlThelma Miller and Lora Whitmire, tello of the La2y HK ranch andiwithout a license, sentence with- both of . Double Adobe. Gold John Sala of the KS. Bar ..rancheld_for aj)eriod_of six months. ^ -~- "both in tHe foothills of the Dragoon! mountains, rounded up and-shipped their calves yesterday. Mr. and-Mrs. Richard Messenger are parents of a baby girj, b.orn yesterday morning in the Tombstone general hospital. PoUey Tells Cliib Of Vote Measures BENSON, Nov. 3.--Wes PoUey, Cochise county attorney,, spoke at Benson. Rotary club meeting Tuesday evening ,on proposed amendments and initiative measures in the general election next Tuesday. The main dish of the potluck, vhich preceded the speaker, was ried chicken. As a rule, being Ann dght, the women .usually reated to eats prepared by the men. Not so- this time, as Mrs. Clarnce Post said, "I never fried so much chicken before at one time n all my life!" However, Deputy ost was not so lucky as other Ro- arians because the "chicken fry- ng" was held at the Post ranch ome and he had to do some of the ·ork. Assisting them were Mmes. oy McGoffin and W. J. Getzwiller. Other Anns provided the rest of )e potluck, which was served at hool cafeteria instead of Corn- unity Presbyterian church where ost all previous Rotary meetings aye been held. The church was amaged by fire two weeks ago nd it will, be some time before the icreatlonal hall again will be ready r use. Guests at the meeting were Mr. id Mrs. Archie Judd and Mr. and rs. William Petersen. tence suspended for 60 days on condition defendant leave town immediately. Howard Rambler, drunk and disorderly, fined $25 or 25 days. Sen- medals were presented by Myron S. Barr, district representative, in behalf of the Carnation Milk Co. Dress revue honors were shared by Carol Tully and Erriily Holland, Bowie, and Joann Saponara, Willcox. Silver madals were presented by Lynn Camp of Willcox Commercial Co. in behalf of the Simplicity Pattern Co., Inc. The food preparation were| An. award for his news reporter scrapbook was presented Harolc Millican of the Double Adobe ranch ers club. This contest was spon sored by Ruth' Mellenbruch, editor Arizona Range News. A health certificate sponsored bj the Kellogg Co. was presented Fred Rodriguez of the Double Adobe Ranchers club. Special recognition by the Danforth foundation in the form of a certificate for "I Dare You Honor Roll" and a book, ','1 Dare You," went to Artie Jacoby, Double Adobe, anad Carol Tully, Bowie. Speakers on the day's program were Bruce Huffman, president of the Willcox Chamber of Commerce; lharles U. Pickrell, director of agricultural extension service, 'University of Arizona, Tucson; and McKee. jloyd Eikenberry, Willcox union rlgh school principal, led singing at the beginning of the morning )rograrri. Rex Emrick, Willcox, en- ertained with two piano selections during th'e afternoon. Carmy G. ""age, county agriculture sgent, and sponsored by Kelvinator award division tration agent, were in charge the program. Treats Furnished boy patrol unit will put on a drill. Officers of the Morgan-McDermott, Tucson post may visit the JBisbee |Legion on' their second monthly meeting Nov. 30. . The local . post also has announced three special.parties have been set for November. The firs- was given Wednesday, the second is scheduled for Nov. 15 and the third for Nov. 29. The annual membership drive is under way and "early bird" stickers will be issued through Nov. 11 for those paying dues early. An announcement was made to all Legion members reminding them if any member Is called back to the service the post, will issue those recalled a membership card. Names are to be turned over to the adjutant. ' The annual Armistice day banquet will be held Nov.-11 at the home. Ceremony Will Unite Couple BENSON, Nov. 3.--Miss Pauline 'enn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvah Fenn, Benson, will be wed on as a method in which to give former Bisbee high students an opportunity to cast their ballot for the candidate they would like to see reign as homecoming queen. ' Officials report efforts are being made to make the 1950 homecoming one of the most festive occasions ever staged. An invitation has been extended: the colorful Nogales high, school band and twirling squad to perform during half-time L an tz Appeal; BISBEE, Nov. 3 --An appeal to : the Arizona supreme court: on bfr half of Harold Thomas Lahtz, sen- tenceoVto die for the deatfl ;of Ada C. Park last Aug. 10, has been filed by chief defense, attorney, I. B. Tomlinson. Tornlinson filed the appeal from sentence -meted by th e Cochiso county superior court Oct. 17. Th* appeal also was based on the order' denying the motion made by th« defense attorneys for a, new trial; Tomlinson had 'announced after; the vedict had been given that h« ' planned to appeal on the following, points: (1) That'the corpus delicti n the case had never been properly proven; (2) that, there was misconduct on the part of the Cochisr crime had never been established, and (4) that the two confessions Lantz were not- given activities at the Puma.Apachej count y attorney, Wes PoUey, In al- grid, tussle Nov. 10 when the queen | lo wing his assistant, Lloyd Helm- will be crowned. C. W. Wilcox,] of Douglas, to testify as-a witness: principal of the high school, willK 3 ) that the .venue-in the alleged crown the queen. --*_-.--* -... . Fans coming through the sate , \ the night of the game will be given! si S ned ballots with the names of the four volunt; competing contestants. The votes will be tallied as soon as the game gets under way. Classes at the,high school are working hard to gather votes for their representatives' and reports are interest in the election is reaching a peak. It took four different elections before the classes were able to determine their individual choices, with the junior and senior classes having the most dif- 'iculty in deciding upon their noai- lee. ' . . The freshman class, which outnumbers the other three, has elected Bobbie Sanders. The Sophomores chose Mary Lou Watkins, voluntarily. Lantz, who was sentenced for th« strangulation slaying of Miss Park' on a Southern Pacific train between-. Bisbee and Douglas during an alleged attempt to commit rape, was scheduled to go to the gas chamber at Florence next Jan. 5. Tom-. linson, however, said that the- mq- tion filed for' appeal would automatically stay the date 'set for hU execution. · · ' . - ' · ' - ' voted for Margaret Worrell. Lasl year, when the voting wai limited, to high schoolstudents, *' junior, Frankle Holland, won- the This year, as ,ih At the close of the meeting, Jess a few close friends'will attend. .aPrade, manager cf_ the Home | TO be given Jn marriage by he at. / jj.iii. i.uuaj' LU j^civv .cvauiiift, -- J -~"*"· '--"~ "' -.**.« ^T*.***, M^ son of Mrs. Edna Kading, Pome-i whIIe the juniors finally electedjthree runnersup ..,,. . ·ene, in the home of the bride's I Ponnie :Lee Locke. The seniors! queen's court of honor, parents, with Bishop Franklin Ea officiating at the single-ring cer mony. Only family members an the past, act as th« the of Nasi-Kelvinator Corp. was pre-|Gas Appliance Co., Willcox, dissented by Dale F. Mellenbruch of the Ranch and Home Supply to Mary Lou Splawn o£ Double Adobe. This award was a gold-filled medal of honor. Record Keeping Wins tributed cards, inviting all to present them at Plough's grocery, Valley store or Willcox market for a treat. Clubs represented were Willcox I Nimble Thimbies, Willcox MlSs Fix- Kay Busenbark, Willcox, received jts, Double Adobe Junior Miss, the award for girls' records given by Montgomery Ward Co. Sterling silver medals,. home improvement awards, sponsored by Sears, Roebuck foundation, were , j , /. nn -i O C a i S i ^TLUCUUl^n. -LilU.HUCiHUll» W C I C tence suspended for 60 days on con- presented Lois Hongo and Dorothy dition defendant leave town by first i Thompson both of |j cNea! ., means of transportation. ·,,·,,._,__ ' ^ .·, means of transportation. iv^%w^9 d n!s«wr?^r ° n ° enait ot we r ° i£ y Mant " ac - Sffiffi* 2MaySinJaiL Ms^.S*J^,* r !!!"° 1^ Kitchen utensils were presented, Foley Manufac- iy, fine. $20 days in jail. Paid Jm sTuson last Jun(Ji Receivlng Billy Tso, drunk and disorderly,, posted $25 appearance bond to. ap-j sear on Monday. Failed to appear.! Bond forfeited. t- jcox. Dairy and Ellen Summers, Will- achievement awards spon- Benson Band In State Fair Event Southeastern Radio Dial KAWT -- DOUGLAS 1450 KGLTJ -- SAFFORD 1480 KSUN -- LOWELL 1230 FRIDAY NIGHT «:Mi Cloak and Danger 6:l!i Cloak and Dagger . 6.-3C 1 Daitferous Assignment J6:43i Dangerous Assignment Dinner Music Dinner Music Dangerous Assignment Dangerous Alignment New Fulton Lewis Money for Futuri Sam Haye* ,'7:«i Night Beat 7:i:. M E ht Beat Night Beat NJrht Beat Gabriel Keatter Mut-uaJ Newireei C730 connoentlally Your fM Confidentially Youn COO Wanted :15 Wanted »:30 Voice of the Army 8:41 Pro and Con 9:00 One Man'8 Family »:1» News 8:30 First Piano Quarter!* 8:45 first Piano Quartette 10:00 Life Of Kiley J0:15 Life Of Riley 10:30 Richfield Reporter 10:45 Adrian Rollinl 11:00 11 :u '1:30 ll:4J Confidentially Youn Confidentially Youn ^ Babe Ruth Story Social Security One Man '» Family Newf N First Piano Quartet First Piano Quartet Life of Riley Life of Riley That's 30 Guest Star Tomorrow'" Hendllnu Orff*n Moods Riverside Rancho Riverside Eancho Vincent Lopez Orch.- Vlncent Lopez Orch, Hidden Truth Hidden Truth Cisco Kid . Cisco Kid Look at Headline I .Love n M.vitery True Or False ' True Or False Glenn Hardy Kews Dream Time Dream Time SATUKDAl.MOrUJLNG » ' «:Mi 6:15 1:30 Alarm Clock Club 6:45 Alarm Clock Club 7:00 Valley Vartetiei T:I5 Valley Vsirtetiei T:30 News . 7:45 Marine Blind 8:00 Mind Your' Manner» 8:15 Mind Your Manners »:30.Ncws 8:5 Skitcn Hendtrnon 5:00 Archie Andrews 8:15 Archie Andrews SpcnUh H«ur Spanish Hour Sunrise Salut* Sunrise Salute Rise and Shin* Rise and Shine BreaJcfasi New* Trio Time Mind Your Manners Mind Your Manner* News Music oft the Record Archie Andrewi Archie Andrews Roadside Chapel News Slngin* Down The Road. Singing Down The Road Frank Heminnway Breakfast Gan« BreaWast Gang News Femme Fair News BENSON, Nov. 3.--Benson Union ligh school band is participating in events at the state fair in Phoenix today. Twirling squad mem bers attending are Betty Barker eader, and Sharon Kimbrough and Ruth Barney. They appeared in the 11 a.m. downtown parade and jaraded at - the fairgrounds this afternoon. They were luncheon guests of the fair comimssion. The group was accompanied' b Band Instructor Harold Teak, Supt. of Schools Franklin J. Benedict and M. H. Bigelow, faculty member. Band mothers making the trip were Mmes. Lee Grantham and Frank Romero, Making the trip in two . school bases, all left here at 5:30 a.m. and "are' expected back about 11:30 to- I night. " Ward Schedules Relief Conclave »:30 Smilln" Ed McConnell Smilin 1 Ed . McConneH '9:45 Smilln' Ed McConnell Smilin'. Ed McConntll Haven ol- Rest Haven of Rest 10:00 News 10:15 Public Affair* Theater Time 10:15 Public Affair* Saturday Session 10:30 News . News 10:45 Veterans AdminlstratlonHgre's to Veteran! I - M Break The Bank - Saturday Serenade Saturday Serenad. Farm. "Extension News SAFFORD, Nov. 3.--The Safford ward LDS church will hold relief society conference Sunday at the chapel. A meeting of the /officers and teachers of the relief; society, also attended by the ward bishopric, will be held from 6:30 to 7:30,p.m. A general session for all relief society members and for the general .ward membership will be held from 7:30 to 8:30. Both of the meet- Ings will be under direction of the bishop, with Mrs. George McLain, relief society president, presiding. A program has been planned for the general session. A roundtable discussion, led by the relief society ward education counselor, will.be conducted. Stake relief society visi- sored by Lederle laboratories of American Cyanamid Co. were presented to Harold Millican, Double Adobe, and Merwyn Thompson, Elfrida. Silver medals . were presented by George Austin of Nicholson's drugstore. Gets Electrical Award The award for farm and home electric achievement, sponsored by Westinghouse Educational Foundation, Inc., went to Lewis V. Stone, Cochise. A field crops award sponsored by the International Harvester Co. was made to Fred Rodrlquez, Double Adobe, by Matt Keiller of the Willcox Equipment Co. It was a gold- filled medal. Keiller also presented Double Adobe" Go-ad Neighbors, McNeal Junior Homemakers 1 and 2 El Dorado-Chirlcahua 4-H, Frontier Juniors, Willcox 4-H Livestock, Co ch'ise Braves, Double Adobe Live Power, McNeal Farm and Ranch Elfrida Junior Fix-Its, Bowie Stitch and Chatter, Lowell Casa Blanca Stewart Pick and Pack, Double Adobe Ranchers, San Simon Flying Needles, Paul Spur-Forrest 4-H, El frida Hereford 4-H and Pomerene Busy Bees. Thirty-three leaders and four junior leaders received pins for their year's work. Mrs. Irene Gibbons of the Pomerene Busy Bees received her llth-year pin. Forty-five members received pins for first-year work, 40 for second, 17 for third, 14 for fourth, six for fifth and two for seventh. Irene Neal Moore received a pin for her ninth year of club work and the completion of food preservation, unit 4. firm. In the meat animal division, a gold-filled · medal of honor' went to William Stark, Elfrida. This award was sponsored by Thomas E. Wilson. . In. the poultry division silver Goblins' Mien Given Praise BISBEE, Nov. 3.--The ghosts and goblins may have been venturing through the Bisbee district on Halloween night, · but Police Chief Clarence Malley and Sheriff Prultt are of the opinion it father, the -bride-elect has chose for her wedding gown a semiforma in. powder blue lace over blu taffeta styled with a fitted bodlc and Peter Pan collar. Her acce series are in black. From he mother's flower garden she wi carry a bridal bouquet of ros chrysanthemums tied with match ing ribbons. Miss Doris .Harmon, Gilbert, niece of Miss Fenn, will be. mai of honor. Miles Choate,. Benson, -will a tend the bridegroom. Following, the ceremony, th wedding party will be served buffet-style dinner by the bride' parents. From there all will g to the recreational hall of th Pomerene Latter-Day Saints churc; where a reception will honor tin newlyweds. · Reared in the San Pedro valley the young couple attended Pomerene and Benson schools. They will make their home in Pome rene. Mr. Kading is employed a Park's service station here. Tombstone Plans To Greet Visitor* TOMBSTONE, Nov. 3. -- Tombstone should soon be ·welcoming many new and old winter visitors. During the past week 44 direct-inquiries have been received and answered by the Chamber of Commerce. Wally Foster, president, said nearly all asked about housing "acilities for the winter. The C of C also has-received 155 nquiries as a result of the fall ad- ·ertisement. of the Cochise County Friendship association which ap- A i Uit.1. die Ul V11C ULUJU.V11 l l - i . *- - f . the best behaved. bunch of I P eared m the October issue of Holi- spooks they've ever contacted. The| officers reported no trouble, noj damage, no nothing Tuesday medals were presented Bobby Bondpgnt- As Malley phrased it, "We ' even have a false alarm, Jwhich is something very unusual." Duane! Malley said he'd like to thank and C.. G. Page Jr. of Willcox 3y Dearborn Motors Corp. "Awards were _ , g i v e-n Splawn double - -- - work.in tractor maintenance by)enjoying themselves. feneral Petroleum Corp. Clubs Recognized and Gordon Douglas.lthe children in Bisbee for staying Adobe, for outstanding! out of trouble while they were J,"^ 1 ·t-wo.-,*TM. wai^ta-niTin,, T-i-ulernnvinff thf-msplves. i y magazine. To. stimulate more; interest a large attendance at the chamber meeting Nov. 22, plans will be formulated for a special event in December, open to the public. A round table is planned to promote Tombstone's all-year-round climate. Fred Dove will act as moderator, "Both the kids as well as those 1 1 - ·'" * !who'handled them at the carniv Double Adobe Ranchers, Cochise at the recreation center really c sal Braves and Double Adobe Junior serve our thanks," Malley Miss clubs received recognition)"0utside of a lew soaped window rom the United States Rubber Co.Jin the business district and o r or outstanding work In recrea-lsome cars there was nothing muc tional and rural .· activities. A one-year - subscription to IS? News SATURDAY AFTERNOON^ 13:00 Mary Lee Taylor 12:15 Mary Ue Taylor 12:30 farm «fid Home Hour 13:45: Farm and Home:Hour Les Brown Hero's to Vets Eddie Howard Air Force Band _ Stars on Par»d« Stars on Parad* College Choir College Choir, Mary Lei: Taylor Mary Lire Taylor Farm atta tiome flour Farm and Home Hour News Jerry and Sky Man on the Fai-ra Man on the'Farm 1:00 Swing Session 1:15 Swing Session t:30 Swing Session 1:4.% Swing Session NBC Football NBC Football NBC Football NBC Football 3:00 TBA S:15 TBA - 2:30 TBA Z:45 TBA NBC Football Associated Football Associated Football Associated Football Man on the Farm Man on the Farm University Farm and Ranch University Farm andBancb. Air Force Show Air Force Show Hlzh School, Hllitel Football 1:00 TBA 3:15 TBA 3:30 Wayne Howell Show 3:45 Wayne Howell Show 4:00 News 4:15 Herman Hlckman' ·fi:30 Plrst Piano Quarette 4:45 First Piano Quarette Associated FootbaS Associated Football Associated Football Associated Football Football Football Football Football Associated Football Associated Football Associated Football Associated Football FoottaU Football Snorts By Keyti Three Sung 5:00 LlvinK 1350 . S:15 LiviOK 1850 5:30 Neiw 5:45 Guest Star Associated Football Associated Football News and Sports Music Three Sum Three Suns Bandstand. JJSA Bandstand USA tors will furnished Mothers. attend. - Music by the ward livestock breed magazine for 4-H exhibitors, of livestock in halter classes at the county fair was sponsored by H. C. Schweikart, president .of Bassett Lumber Co., DougJas. Winners of these awards and name of organization to be received are Lois Shaw, McNeal, The Shorthorn World; Harold Millican, McNeal, Holstein World; Merwyn Thompson, Elfrida, Brown ·S'wjiss Bulletin; Jim Brownl Elfrida, and will be|pat «Franklin, McNeal, Brahman Singing jBreeder-Feeder. Those receiving I the American Hereford Journal are I doing," he added. aj Sheriff Pruitt praised the fin behavior of the pranksters, to "They may have made a litt noise and caused some distarbanc but there was no property damag reported," Pruitt said. "In fact," he went on, ."thing were so much better than ever b fore just that we fine." thought they wer A few garbage cans and . othe items decorated the streets i Warren Wednesday morning, bu other than that the Hallowee spirits didn't cause too much con cern to residents. Tm voting 102-Yesi» DON'T FORGET TO VOTE THEN CALL 2-7457 Copper State Chemical Company and Order Your NATURE'S GIFT FERTILIZER FOR YOUR LAWN! Siyi W. R. DU BOIS, rtdlo advertising ·XMUtlv* of Tucson. "Amendment 102 will bo the salvation off these In school districts that have had great Increases In population. In the Amphitheater School District of Tucson, passage of amendment 102 will lower our school tax rate by fust about $2.09." The Arizona Citiz«ni Commitftt for Equalization «f School Tax«s LOUIS A. MYERS Ouirmtn -- Phoenix SAM J." HEAD Prejcott H.C.DOBSON Vic*-Ch«ir. --Mat MRS. GUS LOPEZ Tucson JAMKF.BYXNB- . . Yum* MRS. S. SAWDERS Phoenix F.W.FIOCETT Tuaon I.F.VIOCERS Douflu. BERT HAWKINS "' Winilow DDCW. PRICE S*c.-Treti.--Ph'x. A t P rese . nt th « chamber is Put- driVr? lor nw mPTTinPT's MRS. SAMUEL H. FOWLER REPUBLICAN lor COUNTY TREASURER Qualified by training and experience In accounting. Never before held or sought public office". ' S'M'O-O-T-H! WATS Hfff/7 ALWAYS SERVE A*l PILSNER / AWWNA IMWINft COMPANY, INC. · FHOINIX, ARIZONA

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