Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 15, 1941 · Page 25
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 25

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, February 15, 1941
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.tone 3-1111 Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February 15, 1941 Page Three r iversary Charles B. Driscoll, Defense CutsGoyernor Will Speak To Be Marked Columnist, Is Visitor U. S. Payments , j« i«r«_i. ' OVi«»•!**•• B T\«:___ii ji_- .. '. if • »tlv concert of the Work, Charles B. Driscoll, the author » e *irtrninistration hand atjof the syndicated column, "New :rfts AOnUn'a". , Port York Dnv hv Tlav" InnL-^j -t 4--. at Encanto Park York Day by Day," looked at the sunset from his window " P' 1 "*, \vfll feature a com- sunset from his window in Hotel IBS** r the beloved pianist- Westward Ho yesterday afternoon osition °^" ace Jan Paderewski. and strove mightily to make up his flV nrOgrWi' . .. TT rnnlpmnlalu^ 4V« —.. _* mind. He contemplated the press of business and then thought of two or three days of Phoenix sunshine £,£" directed by Herman He weighed one against the other! I* 1 " . ...ill dedicate the S e1ec-|The plane that brought him here pn " > £Jhrated Minuet", hyiyesterday will he waiting for him a. \ e . .„ the composer in j this morning, ready to whisk him s . kl : .rWs contribution lojhack to New York. and light dance the lilting But if he can manage It, he won't he aboard when it thunders off toward the eastern horizon. ""K Waltz." xvi11 makp up lhe Driscoll explained how and why 5 "iSm-portion of the program, |he rame to Phoenix and why he °* wlMtion from the light i wants to remain for a few day's* ".-TV Fortune Teller," hy "I left. New York in the Stra Strato?*, itihert, as 1hr grand finale. I liner a week <>r so ago to deliver 8? u«klv Encanto Park pro- 'a speech in mv home town, Wichita are presented under aus- |Kan. From there I went to Kansas flt. fhe. arch, nflJie citv recreation depart-, City to speak to the chamber of ' commerce. In the meanwhile, I caught a rol<3 and after several more speeches, I began to lose my voice." Oilman Sends Plane At that juncture, Frank Phillips, head of the Phillips Petroleum Triumphal" Jewel •The Mill on the Cliff" Reisiger .•The Ghost of the Warr%P Grossman Company, called from his Bartles- •brated Minuet" Paderewski'ville, Okla., ranch and asked him ot EEVPtienne" Luigini down for a dinner he was eivin" for INTERMISSION _...«• - Entrance Marche of the. Bo„ „ Waltz 1 " mtermrazoGavnlle" | newspapermen. Driscoll agreed land the oilman sent up a plane to Halverson j take him to the clambake. Waldteufpl I Driscoli had a fine time at the Driscoll vocal cords and the best I Defense industries in Arizona i ,ra the writer could summon up next morning -was a faint whisper. He was strolling about the Phillips ranch Friday when he came upon the Phillips plane. The motors were idling and passengers were expectantly settled in the seats, all ready to go. "Where are you hound?" Driscoll whispered. The motors hurst into life and the pilot shouted hack, » "Phoenix!" Driscoll started toward the plane. "Not without me," he whispered it the top of his voice. A few hours later, the plane reached Phoenix and the writer inhaled the sun-drenched air and put New York and wet weather as far out of his mind as possible. "I haven't had a chance to see much of the Phoenix sunshine— I haven't had a chance to get out in it," he said. "But I can feel it here in this room. I wish I could stay a week." Daughter Likes Arizona, Too He isn't the only member of his family who is enthusiastic about Arizona. His daughter, Pat, spent a year at the University of Arizona. She's now in a New York business college and wants another year at Arizona for a graduation present. Driscoll said his Phoenix visit would be the subject of one of his columns, that it would appear in about two weeks. and the nation in general are reducing the rolls of those receiving monthly checks under the federal old age and survivors insurance system, Harold D. Smith, manager of the Social Security Board's Phoenix field office, said yesterday. "Each month," he added, "about 2,500 retired workers are returning to work because of the national defense program and are requesting, as required by law, that their old ace and survivors insurance monthly benefit cheeks he suspended during their employment." In Arizona during 1940—the first year of payment of monthly benefits under the old age and survivors insurance provisions of the social security act, 777 awards have been made, Mr. Smith announced. Of this number, 600 were for monthly benefit payments. These awards" carried benefits amounting to S10.465 per month. In addition to monthly benefit awards, there were 117 "lump-sum death claims approved for a total of 520,230. one, "Pirates Ahoy!" that will be published next fall. He was stil 1 arguing with himself over the plane ride to New York via Wichita as the s>unset disappeared. Perhaps he'll heed the call of duty and return tn New At Road Dedication = CHANDLER, , . > — — *••*- *«oi.ui < y ui Arizona highways will be written with thr dedication beginning at 2 p. m Sat " r day of a four-lane concrete road through the heart of Chand- rer City Park, destined to become a part of the great Fairbanks tc tiuenos Aires International Highway. This stretch of road is 60fl feet long and 60 feet wide with dividing strip in the center. Governor Osborn will give the dedicatory address. He will be introduced by Dr. James M. Menson, mayor of Chandler, who will welcome the visitors. Although the celebration actually will get underway at 2 o'clock, with a band concert by the uniformed band from Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe, the {prmal program will not start until jit 3D. Round Tahln Arranged Governor Osborn's talk is scheduled to continue 10 minutes—2:35 to 2:45 At that time, the "Verde Round Table," designed to acquaint the people of the state with the value of the Verde route as a part of the Great International Highway, will be broadcast. Participating in the "Round Table" will be Dr. A. J. Chandler, Charles A. Stauffer, Robert Foehl, P. R. Helm and Charles M. Morgan. Immediately following a tableaux, "Joining the Americas," will be staged, depicting Alaska, represented by Miss Tamaam Sa- 14—A new costume, through Chandler, rep- nf ir,-,™, resented by Mrs. Paul Carney, in i cowgirl costume. Shari Anne Whaley, diminutive -•hild radio and movie star, will sing "Home on the Range," and :hen notable guests will be intro- iiar v h,,» = . u V. . *•,. es. ca o uy an reurn n W represene y iss amaam a- currently writing two York. And maybe he'll do what he ba, garbed in Eskimo costume. jiiHii«-~ --- Tpllrr" sffair nrm-p<i tn ho i,,rf Vi-i»i . - , "^ " •• " ' • c " ' -' y willing rwo iorK. Ann mayne ne 11 iu» wimi ne n«, ga lection, 'The Fortunr n Teller alfair proved^^to be just a little too;hooks—one on New York and the; wants to do anrl become a three-day joined Victor Herbert much for the previously outraged other on himself. He's just finished citizen of the Valley of the Sun. hy Wi to Argentina, represented! Willard Skousen, in Argentine; luceti. Ribbon To Be Cut Morenci Man's Rites Arranged Feb. 14—Funeral Howard Clayton Then the formal opening of the morning after a long illness. He roart through the park will take'had been in the hospital five weeks. •ilace with the cutting of a white ribbon. Many notable guests plan to attend the celebration. Maj. Gen. A. M. Tuthill, state James of Lordsburg; and a nephew. Jack Evans, who made his home with the Deatons In Morenci. Mrs. Beaton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Hawkins, came from California to attend funeral services. MORENCI, services for Deaton, 38 years old, will be held from the Heather Mortuary Chapel in Lordsburg. N. M., at 3 p. m. tomorrow. The Rev. J. Elbert Nash, pastor of the Morenci Chapel, Morenci. and First Presbyterian Church of Clifton, will officiate. Mr. Deaton died in the Phelps _. -. .. ... _.. . . Dodge Hospital here Thursday r° organizations will participate • - - — -- in the massing of the colors service to be held in Trinity Episcopal TT , . „ XT ,. Cathedral Sunday, February 23, rJ?nh f ,%£ '"rt h^rt'r H-" A - G - Sawyer, commander of the October 1, 1902, and had lived in pi,,...,:,, r hanrpr Milirarv Orrfpr that state most of his life mainly | JfthS World Wa r -- tary ° r at Hurley and Lordsburg. He was! 0 - - Wo - War ' married to Miss Arlene Hawkins,! Many Will Join Colors Massing Seventy-one units of more than unit , Seneral. .who is inter- in Silver City, N. M., June 3, 1929. 1 -n ' n ested in the road from a national defense standpoint, will be represented by a member of his staff. The Argentina consul from San Francisco, will be represented, as well as the Mexican government, in the persons of consuls from Phoenix and Tucson. J. M Procter, chairman of the; state highway commission, andi other members of the board, and' W. R. Hutch ins, state engineer,! are expected to attend. i Other state officials in attendance will include state senators _. . „ . ,_ . | procession into the church. They came to Morenci 18 months The lay speaker will be Frank ago. Mr. Deaton held a position in the Phelps Dodge Diesel engines department. Surviving besides his wife are a Flynn, U. S. district attorney. Lt. Col. Arlington A. McCallum, chaplain of the 260th Coast Artillery, Washington, D. C.. and now sta- daughter. Shirley, six; his mother, '< tioned at Fort Bliss, Tex., will de- Mrs. Laura Deaton; a brother, liver the sermon-. and representatives, including Mrs. Claire W. Phelps, representative from this district. Mayors and members of chambers of commerce of valley cities also have signified their intention of participating in the celebration. The BOSTON STORE! we proudly, exclusively present- CLASSIC COATS new and only 19 95 in Winston Spring Tweed, Camel Hair--Soft Shetland Tweed QNE of the imartest classics in • year of smart classics . . . you're bound to be fashion-right always in a "Sportleigh". The most versatile and useful coat campus and career girls can own. Styled with classic character, superbly tailored to fit and to look twice the price. Come tee our new Spring collection . . . you'll agree that 19.95 never bought to much before! Sizes 12 to 20. SECOND FLOOR FASHIONS mode to 'take if ' HEALTH-TEX SUITS 2-Piece Set 1 Youngsters I to 4 wear out clothes faster than an army ef moths . . . that's why these suits are made to "take it". Two-ply combed cotton knit, striped or jolid top. Crew neck, collar or ripper front. Some with gabardine pants. Pastel, red end royal combinations. Spring 1 .00 Spring's Newest California-Made "Patty Woodard" CLASSIC Soft versions of the classic short-sleeve shirtwaist, of fine denier crepes and Fiji cloth. Dusty pink, copen, blue or white with rows of simple stitching on collars sizes 32 to 40. SPORTSWEAR SHOP SECOND FLOOR Solid Color Dresses with Checked 2f and so adorable, Jnere's a wealth of styl- '"9. _be«uty of color end quality in new Spring .frocks! Circular and princess styles in flower gar° en prints, dimities and ««xons. Many with lace trim, 3 to 6 yrs. 7 to 14 yrs. SUNSHINE CHILDREN'S SHOP—SECOND FLOOR Consult Miss Parker Children's Slioe Specialist Shf win advise you »nd fit your child In lh« W3?. — proper size and styles in Poll Parrot Shoes. CHILDREN'S SHOES—MAIN FLOOR You can bank on the charm of this fashionable combination! Endorsed by top stylists, checks are definitely IN for Spring. Crisp woven checks in alpaca make the redingote, contrasted with a solid color dress. You'll love its pleats stemming from the pockets, and the young, open neckline of ihe dress. bZacfc and white — navy and white sizes 12 to 18 Open Till 9 P. M. Saturday BOSTON STORE BASEMEN LAST DAY SATURDAY Washable Rayon PRINT DRESSES 2 for 3.63 Smart printed French crepes, nubby spuns, alpacas! Costume jewel trims, other new details! Blacks, navy and pastels. Jr. Sizes 9 to 17 Misses' and Women's Sizes 12 to 52 FULL FASmONBD SILK HOSE. Silk crepe 3-thread, i5-gauge chiffons; 4-thread, 42-pauce service; T-thread service weights. 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