Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 15, 1941 · Page 2
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 2

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, February 15, 1941
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r Page Two Auto License Dead Line Due An overwhelming last-minute rush for 1941 auto licenses yesterday appeared in prospect lor today —the last day for motor vehicle' registration without delinquency penalty. Officials in the department of J. D. Brush, county assessor, estimated the number of vehicles licensed and registered to date at 40,000. It was believed the, number still unlicensed is between 10,000 and 15,000. On this basis, it appeared certain that hundreds of auto owners prob-; ably will have to pay delinquency] penalties, since it seemed a virtual impossibility to . issue 10,000 or, 15,000 licenses in a single day. Aunto owners who fail to get under the wire" today will he assessed a 100 per cent penalty—$7 instead of $3.50 per set for license plates—a charge which is mandatory under the law. The assessor's main license plate headquarters in the Printery building, as well as the branch offices over the county, will be open as late tonight as crowds are waiting, Jt was announced. Masonic Units To Meet Here Annual meetings of the Masonic | grand lodge bodies of Arizona will begin in Phoenix March 31 to continue through April 2, it was announced here yesterday. The 20th annual assembly of the Grand Council of Royal and Select Masters of the state and the 48th annual conclave of the Grand Com- mandery, Knichts Templar of Arizona, both will open in the Masonic Temple here on the moiming of March 31. On the following day, the annual convention of the Excellent Order j of High Priesthood for the jurisdiction of Arizona also will get under way in the temple, with the; 51st annual convocation of the grand chapter of Royal Arch Masons opening at the same time. Committees Named Climaxing the sessions of these bodies will be the 59th annual communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of the state which will convene here Wednesday morning, April 2. Committees for the reception of the Grand Lodge of Arizona Masons •were named at a meeting here earlier, this week. J. H. Doyle, worshipful master of Arizona Lodee No. 2, was named general chairman, and Oscar C. Bartlett, past master of the same lodge, was designated as secretary of the communication. The committee has invited all blue lodges of Central Arizona to participate in the reception of the various grand lodge bodies. Other Lodges Included Other blue lodges rinclude Oriental No. 20, Mesa; Ajo No. 36; Tempe No. 15; Glendale No. 23: Chandler No. 34; Gila Valley No. 9 of Florence; Final No. 30 of Casa Grande: Pima No. 39 of Coolidge; Peoria No. 31 and Hassayampa No. 37 of Wickenburg. Phoenix Chapter No. 5. Queen Esther Chapter No. 22 and Laurel Chapter No. 30, Order of the Eastern- Star, also will participate in the reception, together with the various grand bodies. In addition to Mr. Bartlett and Mr. Doyle, other members of the general communication committee are: Newell Stewart, vice-chairman; U. L. Logan, A. H. Drummond, G. E. Hubbard, W. W. Newman, L. M. Kennison, Edwin D. Green, W. L. Coffin, H. C. Decker, Fred Lambert, Charles J. Shoup, Samuel Newton, B. M. Helms, C. A. Westerdahl, G. L. Christenson, H. A. Waite, Walter Dtfbree, A. L. Miller, Daniel Smith, Carrie B. Wilson and William Granville. Model Airplane Events Arranged Two model airplane contests are scheduled for tomorrow at the Hyatt's Camp field at the end of the North Seventh street pavement rear Cactus. A contest for rubber-powered ships sponsored by the Copperclad Eagles Model Airplane Club will open at the field at 9:30 a. m. Entries have been received from all ever the valley and from Prescott. At 1:30 p. m., a contest for gasoline-powered models, sponsored by the Phoenix Model Airplane Club, will open. Prizes will be awarded. SENTENCE SERMONS By THE REV. ROY L. SMITH We Are All— —Capable of finer living than we have ever attempted. -^-Living off the surplus of the ' past. —More deeply indebted to our forefathers than we will ever pay. —Debtors to thousands we have ' never seen. —Too vulnerable to run the • risk of attacking our fellows. —Too small to begin belittling other people. —Too apt to judge good people by wrong standards. REASONABLE "None but 1he brave dener\Y the fmlr"' Keep wife** fingers out of the hair You will do totter and will fare Veo' much better If they roam elKH-herr What!-No Piano? BEDE«TL1-'S—S2Z W. WASH., PHOENIX Bedding Plants ; We Stock A Complete Line Of Bedding Plants '59W.UVfBUDf FREE PARKING NEXT DOOB Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February IS, 1941 LOW PRICES SPEAK LOUDER THAN WORDS! A careful cheek cf Safeway'i LOW EVERYDAY SHELF PRICES will convince the most skeptical food shopper that Safewjy's prices are consistently lower on mart items, every day than any store ?n town, quality considered . . . every purchase carries a money-back guarantee. 1,700 ITEMS PRICED LOW EVERY DAY Edwards Coffee '-"> Full bodied, rich flavored . . . blended of the world's finest coffees can 18 Canterbury TEA AIRWAY COFFEE The aristocrat of thrifty coffees . . . mild and mellow flavor. Mb. plcg. 3 Ibs. 35' Nob Hill Coffee One of the world's finest blends ... packed whole roast in moisture proof bags. 1 iL Mb. pkg.... IO SATURDAY at your Safeway store in Phoenix, Tempe, Mesa, Coolidge, Florence, Buckeye, Glendale and Wicltenbwa, MILK Your choice of Borden's, Cherub or Carnation ... EXTRA-SPECIAL VALUES 25 e tall cans TOMATO JUICE Sunny Dawn . . . Pure and zei^ful . . . pressed from the finest vine-ripened tomatoes. No. I f£ 46-oz. Limit 4 cans can 9 can CHEESE Kraft American, Brick or Valveeta Ic 2-Ib. box FACIAL SOAP Woodbury's calces Limit 4 ban Kith purrhaM of other mtrrhjuidlM — no ulra to drateri BUTTER .Webster's, Central Ave., Mission or Maricopa Lb. 36' FARM-FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES i APPLES --r ">• iNEWTOWN PIPPINS—Economical at this price BANANAS Fancy ripe fruit Ib. CELERY Extra fancy II Utah type IB C ORANGEAND RAPEFRUIT AVOCADOS .Ib. The Aristocrat of Salad Fruits YAMS Fancy A good source of Vitamins B-l, C FANCY ARIZONA FRUIT GRAPEFRUIT Seedless, Ib. ORANGES Arizona Sweets Ib. LEMONS Build sound healthy teeth, gums & bones PEACHES CORN TUNA FISH A real Sea i CRACKERS Delicious in flavo: P&GSOAP Safe for washable colors .. . Easy on the hands Highway... Top standard quality yellow cling *f Ac packed in syrup. No.2^ III Sliced or halves... can IV Butter Kernel... fancy Golden Bantam can Breast No. *£ O' Chicken can A real Sea delicacy... try it! Sunshine 2 Ib. Krispy pkg. Delicious in flavor... tender hi texture 15 25 MANK 600DNESS- I FOUND OVTABOUT With tin porchm •* other nMrchu4lM— Mm MM t» TOM ATOES 3 „ 25 FLOUR Kitchen Craft.... 10 Ib. n M e 24 Ib. Top quality bag OO HARVEST 24 Ib. BLOSSOM bag bag 65' 4Blb.$|49 ,b«g I SHORTENING 3 Ib. tin 35 SNOWDRIFT Pure vegetable shortening for cakes, pies and frying limit 3 Ibs. OXYDOL FRESH BREAD FRESH EGGS Julia Lee Wright's, White or Whole Wheat . ...... loaf 18 ox. loaf 11 DYER'S all white large Size Certified fresh hi paper cartons .Do*, Stokely'i verv delicious a p\e^/' nner ROAST* FRESH MILK Webster's, Borden's, Mission or Central Ave. in paper carton | A C Quart ......... Ill CANE SUGAR Packed in cloth bags 10 Ibs 25 Ibs. 49' »1.22 Oleomargarine Sunnybank ..ID 6 CANNED FOODS „.„ Belle MISCELLANEOUS nger Bread Mix V k ?l8c PEAS Gardcntld* Mixed Vegetables ' - „. , ,,, C c«ni £96 Dromoterr COCOA „„*,,. 3^.*29c Chocolate K2 I4c ...*£ 1 2c ASS He .S 01. can 13C Gulhrl «'' 1 - |b - |7» Batter Spmyi, pk ( . I 1C BABY FOODS SSEfL 3 c ».20c Rice Krisples ?;r" Me Bor " 9e '"' 26e 6\ BLACKBERRIES S 2^.'23c 1 Borax Chips ?i r r22c MUSHROOMS ^22e-4Cc Marshmallows Kennett . . . fancy button ....carton FIufM-Mt GRAPE JUICE Church's tm- M_ Finn I4G Quuti tOC CANDY BARS & GUM Kind? 3 For IOC PEANUTS Freih routed A 4E* lumbo £ Ibi. <OC WHITE KING TOILET SOAP 2 cakesV SCOTTOWELS ISO snowy white towels thi* you don't have to wash Z rolls I f SANDWICH SPREAD Lunch Box IT Quarts^* Pinh RODEO VISITOR^

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