The Yuma Weekly Sun and The Yuma Examiner from Yuma, Arizona on September 26, 1947 · Page 8
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The Yuma Weekly Sun and The Yuma Examiner from Yuma, Arizona · Page 8

Yuma, Arizona
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Friday, September 26, 1947
Page 8
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'PAGE EIGHT THE YUMA WEEKLY SUN AND THE YUM A EXAMINER Yuma, Arizona--Friday, September 2C, Quartzsite News SIDE GLANCES ByJUKS. E.JU. HUXTEKS FIXED T\vo 13 I y t h c- residents Si-; lus Cornelius and Homer Sain, pleaded guilty ' Thursday, Sept. 10th to charges'of hunting deer I in Arizona without non-resident j licenses, and were fined $100.001 each for the offense. The rifles I of the two men were confiscated. I Justice of Pence George Huge-j )y conducted the trial and fined i the men. The' arrest was made j by Game Warden George Weiden of California and Game Hanger Mervin Smith of Arizona near tne old Taylor Kerry site in the Cibola Valley. While neither of the men had killed a deer, -they, were admittedly hunting, and the Arizona season does not opon until Nov. 1, closing on the 17th day of the same month. · GAliDEX (' MEETS ' The Garden committee of the Vi-Sa-Wen Woman's club at Salome mot Thursday afternoon ;it the home of the committee chair- moii, Mrs. R. A. May. A discussion on various garden plants followed, with Mrs. May answering questions, after which she. took the club members on a tour of her garden, which contains many plants, some of them rare. Iris bulbs were given to all members for transplanting. Mrs. Margaret Burcl and Mrs. Opal Greathouse were hostesses for the afternoon, and served delicious cake with iced tea. Those present w i l e Mrs. Blanch Passoy, Millie Simpson. Wilmfl B. Olea, E. V. Haydis, Fae Crowtler, Jean Smith, Levena Jjeatherman from Salome, Dorothy Anderson, Quartzsite, and one visitor, E. M. Kuehn, also of Quartzsite, besides the hostesses and UTS. May, and three dear little girls. The afternoon was pleasantly and profitably spent. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Qtiultun are painting and redecorating their place of business at Bonanza, preparatory to resuming management. The business has been under lease to Mr. and Mrs. Jess Poland of Congress, Arizona. The Hi-Jolly Trading Post and Camel cafe arc now operating under the. management of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Gaudct. Mrs. W. G. Erdman. who came from Minot, North Dakota, to teach in the Quartzsite school, - MARKETS NEW YORK STOCKS NEW VOKIC. Sept. ·£ -IUJ!-- Stocks sold off late today when Marriner .S. Kecles, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board, said he favored restoration of wartime economic controls, if necessary, to aid starving Europe. Earlier, the list had rallied feeblv on the indication by President "Truman that he had no plans for recalling Congress in the near future to study the problems of foreign aid. All sections of the list joined the sell-off but in most cases osses were small. Losses of a point or more were loted in American Telephone, U. Steel, Chrysler, Allied Chemical and Amerada Corp. "There's smarty laughing his head off at the boss's storifcs --you don't see me doing that just for a raise! has 22 pupils in the elementary grades. Mrs. Erdman has a son here, Lchre Erdman, who has made his home in the Cholla Placers for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ammons of Beaumont, Calif, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. May over the weekend. Mrs. Ammons is Mrs. May's sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ammons are to move from Beaumont to Salome this weekend. Mr. Ammons has accepted a position with Schuler's Garage at .Salome. Mi-, and Mrs. Robert Morrcll and two daughters, Laura and Bobbin and a friend, of. Globe, Arizona, slopped Saturday oh their way home from a trip, that, took them thru several states, to visit an old friend, Silver Pritchard, at his camp in Far'rar Gulch. Henry Ouster, Jr.'' and his sis- ter, son and daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ouster, who reside 'in San 'Francisco. Calif, stopped Sunday 'to renew acquaintance with George Hagely, and to inquire about others whom thcv knew when they lived here with their parents in 1902 and 1903. The elder Mr. Cnstcr was associated with Dr. Hennig of New York, who made the first attempt to work the Plomosa Placers on a large scale. Mr. and Mrs. May Tetzlaff and children were weekend visitors at Mrs. Angela Scott's home from San Diego. Mrs. Tetzlaff is Mrs. Scott's eldest daughter. O. · K. Wall, Redlar.ds. Calif, forfeited 530.00 bond, when he failed to appear in Justice court on n charge of catching undersized catfish'at the Colorado river, Sept. 14th. State Game Rang- LIVESTOCK LOS ANGELES, Sept. 2u--(U.R) --Livestock: Cattle: Salable. 700, very drag- gy, early sales all classes steady to weak, some bids lower on cows, or J. C. Jones made the arrest. Peter Zazzara of New York was cited by Patrolman Hobart Smith for passing a car on the solid line in a school zone, and ivas fined 510.00 by Justice of the Peace Geo. Hagely. fat ctccrs scarce, odd gowl steers 25, small lots common to good heifers 17-23.50, common to medium cows 13.2S-16.aO, best held higher, canners and cutters 11.5013; few down to 11. medium to good sausage b u 11 s^ 17.50-18.00. medium to good feeder steers 111- a;;.oO. feeder heifers 18.25, few stock cows 13. Calves: Salable 250, slow, steady to easier, few medium to choice slaughter calves 1S-23.50. ilojjs: Salable 250, very draggy, demand practically lacking, few sales barrows and" gilts weak to sli"htlv lower, odd lots medium to "OOd 170-2S5 lus. 26-26.50, :iOO Ibs. 24.50, good to choice truck- ins quoted to possibly 28, sow. 1 ; about steady, good to choice 23.50-24.50, few good to choice feeder pigs 35-40. Sheep: Salable none, load mixed holdovers unsold, few medium to good spring lambs weak at 20-21. Hay Market LOS ANGELKS,-- (U.R) -- Hay market; U. S. No. 1. 31.00-32.50; U. S. No. 2 leafy. 29.00-31.00; U. S No. 2 green. 27.00-29.00; U. S. No. 2,, 24.00-26.00. ifsfr cnoi BULLETIN! NEWPORT B E A C H , f i l l . , Sept. 25 -- (U.RI -- Under heavy Kimrd. the principals in the thncliomb murder trial visited the death yacht .Alary E today, to ponder "the scene where Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Overall were killed March 15. A U T O M O B I L E GLASS Properly Installed We nse Libliey-Owens-Ford Safety Glass Arizona Glass Co. "Let George Do It" 300 MadisuH Avenue A good brand makes a big difference! Soulhwcsterncrs who appreciate beer at its best say that sparkling A-l Pilsner is strictly "prime" for full mello\v-aged flavor, delicious goodness. One A R I Z O N A p it o e I N C . · A * I I O N A COMPANY. COKIItt? SAT "WELCOME, AMIttS" Will A-l riLSIEB IEER! 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IT" Homart Gas Water Heater I 20 Gallon Capacity 59.95 Gives you a constant supply of hoi water, day and oighl.Water jtays hot doe to efficient automatic thermostat control .and a thick blanket of rock wool insu- latioo.Galvanized lank prevenls rust and provides long service. A. G. A. Approved, Lavatoiy Faucet Elevated Spout Zt£ 7 Real bargain! Sturdy replacement faucet. Chrome-pla'ed brass. Easily operated. Eaiily installed. · Reeess Type White baked enamel finish inside and out. 16x24". Plate glass mirror. 3 glass shelves. Faucet 6,95 Deck Type Silver brazed. Brats faucoh with precision machinad brass fillings chromo plated for long service. "Homart" Kitchen Cabinet Ensembles It's easy lo afford un up-lo-ibc-ininiitn kitchen at this smash saving! Set of counter and wall cabinets gives you foot-saving convenience and c,yc appealing modem beauty. Also individual units at great savings! lil'PEK UNITS 18"--1 door : 13.50 22"--1 door t'1-50 30"--2 door 18-50 M"--2 door 10.50 42"-2 door ' 20.50 Upper corner rahinct 2-1.05 LOWKR UNITS IS"--1 door, 1 drawer 1G.05 22"--1 door, 1 drawer 17.50 30"--2 doors, 2 drawers., 24.50 34"_2 doors, 2 drawers 25.50 2-1"--") drawers 19.95 32"---5 drawers 22.50 30"--sink front 11.50 42"--sink front '. 13.95 Corner unit 25.50 "--overhead 12.50 12"--overhead 13.75 M"--]uarter circle 12.50 265 Main St. Phone 891

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