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Page Fourteen Eight Injured Tempean Is Named In Accidents Director Of Contest Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Saturday Morning, February 15, 194T Phoenix Gets C . Eight persons were hurt yesterday in motor vehicle accidents in Phoenix, Litchfield Park and the Mesa area. Six were treated in local hospitals, and two in Mesa. Five persons were injured yesterday afternoon in a collision involving a vehicle driven by Roy Persons hare been treated in Phoenix hospitals since Jan- uaryM, for injuries suffered in 'motor vehicle accident!.. Arthur, 39 years old, Peoria, on a cotton ranch road near Litchfield Park, highway patrolmen learned. Arthur was in a serious condition last night in Good Samaritan Hospital with head and shoulder injuries. His wife, Mamie Arthur, 30, suffered a broken right arm and face cuts and also stayed in the hospital. Others hurt in the accident wore Don Lievan, 20, Norl Eddings, 39. and J. C. Ezcll, 21. all of Litchfield Park, who were treated in Good Samaritan Hospital for cuts and bruises. Ralph Zufelt, 22, a Sigurd. Utah, jockey staying at the Ideal Auto Court, suffered a head injury and cuts early yesterday when the sedan in which he was riding, driven by Robert Kennedy, 23. 725 East Moreland street, was involved in a collision at Van Buren and 19th streets with a coupe driven by Lee M. Roberts, 49, 2210 North: 21st street, police reported. j Officers said the impact of the; collision turned the Roberts carj around and caused the Kennedy \ TEMPE, Feb. 14—Dr. Robert N. Plummer, coach of debate and director of the Speech Correction Clinic at the Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe, has been appointed chairman for district No. 5 in the Arizona Oratorical Contest conducted by the Arizona Republic. , The district is composed of Vuma and Maricopa counties excluding Phoenix Union and North Phoenix high schools. The district contest will be held at the college Tuesday, February 2; I NEW YORK. Feb. ', Lawrence Finley. 19 I Phoenix cowboy, wj 14—(API- years old, to Over Range Rehabilitation cock, : ^ M former, drew a one- to two-year term today for the assault of John ' ledge, Washington, yesterday ex- drinking with the riders. Finley and Hancock ,..„, guilty to second-degree assault. Charles P. Grimes, assistant district attorney, told Judge Saul S. Streit of General Sessions Court that Martin died of natural causes. Finley and Hancc... _, fought with Martin when the« DR. ROBERT N. PLtMMER Phoenix Elk To Entertain entered, na count. High School and Northern Yuma County Union High School at Parker. M a r i r o p a county—Mesa t'nion High School, Peoria Union High School, Phoenix Indian School, St. Mary's Girls High School, St. Mary's High School for Boys, Buckeye I'nion High School, Chandler High School, Glendale I'nion High School, Litchfield High School at Litchfield Park. Scottsdale I'nion High School, Tollcson I'nion High School, Wickenburc High School and ! Gilbert High School. I Because of the large number of .'contestants in the district, arrangements are being made to hold pre- pressed himself as surprised at the excellent conditions of Arizona j ranges and deeply gratified with j the way stockmen are co-operating in the grazing program, pleadedl Mr . Rutledge will be here today and tomorrow, conferring with members of the Arizona staff of the grazing service and making I an inspection trip in the San Simon district to study firsthand the soil erosion problems present- Finley and Hancock said thev ed there. i "- 1 - -'"- "" ' " Time Needed j time for the graz- ,ut the law which] Finley's hotel 1 created it into'full operation, be-| room. jcause there are 20,000 stockmen, I leach with an individual problem! to be considered," Mr. Rutledge! said. "I am deeply gratified every- | where I go with the spirit of cooperation shown by cattlemen and | sheep raisers over the grazing act i provisions. ' 'At the convention of the Ari- ! zona 'Cattle Growers Association in Kingman last week, more than NEW YORK. Feb. 14—(AP)—In'one livestock owner approached the presence of only a dozen per-^me to express his appreciation of the state. Schools in the district which are inward refused" to pay for a bottle! "It took some til itered, by counties, follow. | of i iquor and that they ha(j Jo jnf , service to put Yuma county—Yuma Inion "throw him out" of Finley's hotel (created it into ful Respects Paid T V * •• 1 lo Ivnvitsky. Telephone 3.11, -^==-...^1 New Dominican Aged Arizot^l Treaty Ratified Pioneer DfJ WASHINGTON, Feb. 14—(AP)— TUCSON, Feb. W-fAp, ?| The senate-ratified today a revision j liam Hardwicke 82 von, , T of this country's treaty with the came t tho Ari ' /. ars "^ Dominican Republic by which the !__, \™ .. _"_._ n ^ ona territorjri,, Known as an early Innj ; er. Hardwicke had Winkelman until 1921. His wife. Exilda May a vai liam of Ajo, and a daughter . Angelina Circhlow, BurblEM V survive '"•UBB.m RICHARD H. RUTLEDGE President will cease to appoint the! coverert wagon in 1878, died collector of customs there. ] yesterday. The action, by a tworthirds vote with less than a score of senators on the floor, was taken over the protest of Arthur H. Vandenberg. Republican, Michigan, who charged that the federal government had , "violated its moral obligation" to i American citizens holding Dominican bonds. Vandenberg said the original Dominican treaty; signed in 1924, provided that the president of the j United States appoint the collector' of customs until the 1 interest and j principal of these bonds was repaid. Walter F. George, Democrat, Georgia, chairman of the foreign relations committee, and Theodore Green, Democrat, Rhode Island, said the new treaty was in line with the administration's "good neighbor policy" toward South and Central American sister republics. Maintenance of a collector of ! customs in the Dominican Republic- Green said, was resented by that nation and by other S"outh and Central American nations. F isons—including his widow, Tanya— i what the regulations are doin 'the body of Walter G. Krivifsky, jhis range." for |who was found shot to death Monday in his Washington hotel room, was cremated today. Will Continue Work where he will see his son, a member of the U. S. Geological Survey engineer staff, in Willcox, he will go to Reno, Nev., Mr. Rutledge expects the work| to meet gazing officials of that liminary district contests during | charges that he had been "hound- the morning, and. afternoon pf;ed and hounded" by Soviet secret February 25, details of which will' agents. Officially, his death was iof fencing, developing waterholes jstate. >ere no funeral services land constructing soil-erosion checks t me man wnose death brought *~ «««*!«.,« n T nn rr ...;*K tha t.aetHnt-1 o • all by participating;listed as a suicide. the district; Louis Waldman, attorney for the be supplied to schools shortly _. .... , .... _. „„. Phoenix lodge of Elks will hold'chairman. ;man who once was reputedly head to'swervTTnto-a yard'an^a special meeting tonight at which^,A_ natjve^f^Joplin^ Mo^ Dr M ;f;i>e t Sov1et^itajy ^intelligence knock down 60 felt remained Bessie"lIcBride, 38, Lehi entertained, according to Clyde ^e^rom/W^ ve into a varu and'" a^c^ai lut^uit^, Lum^m. ai. on**." •- -- --»— • --- • . ««j i * * *^r- ..—...£,*...*.*- fppt of fence Zu- a la™> delegation of members o f' pluinnler was S rad " ateiJ from the'and later a foe of Stalin, said to- in st JoWlk \ . del ^ auon of members of ;Lincoln Neb hj h school in 1925 day his widow was "convinced ioht Josepn. tne Ajo and ^ uma ]odges W]11 be and received a bachelor of science (that he had been forced to kill district, suffered bruises and poss- Timberlake, exalted ruler. ible internal injuries last night ; when the car in which she was j riding, driven by her husband, Dan, A. McBride, 36, was involved in a. collision at an intersection one- half mile south of Lehi with a; car driven by Doyle Ogeltree. IS,; Lehi. She remained in the South-: Side District Hospital, Mesa. A buffet supper for all Elks will he served in the Elks Club at 6:15 o'clock, and the lodge meeting will begin at 8 o'clock. A floor shoy will follow the meeting, after which another supper will be served. jtural and Mechanical College in child would be injured." J1935. After receiving his master's | The attorney -also sait said discrep- , . .. for one year at Linsly Institute, a lout at the capital. given private military academy. . Ke drew attention to paragraphs The following summer he at-:at the end of the note in which he tended the School of Speech atjf a 'd the official translation read to continue along with the restrict-1 ed grazing program for improvement of the range, even if national preparedness takes most of the Civilian Conservation Camp enrollees away. He said the rains of this winter have shown the value of restricted grazing. Grass roots are holding back the water and keeping the soil in place on countless slopes in Arizona, where the land was hare a few years ago from overgrazing, he said. A native of Idaho, he was transferred from the U. S. Forest Service when F. R. Carpenter resigned as head of the grazing sen-ice. After visiting the southern portion of Is Transferred Maj. Leonard M. Cowley, who has been serving as inspector general in the state adjutant general's office recently, has been ordered to report to the quartermaster gen- Always Fresh Your Favorite Cigars at WALGREENS 2 W. Washington eral's department of the Corps Area headquarters, Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio. Tex.. Maj. Gen. A. M. Tuthill, adjutant general, said yesterday. Major Cowley left for Texas Thursday. General Tuthill said he did not know what his duties would be. The move was a routine portion of a program of sparing trained men from the state selective service setup possible, he said. Transparent 4 "f Dental Plates II DR. HAWKINS Credit Dentist r ^^ __ A guest of honor will he Jack'northwestern University, "in" the i" x x x C°°d people will take carel/'" '15ignwav"pat'roimen said"the Me- Hosfield. former Phoenician, nowjfall of the same year. 1937. he ac-! of >'ou but no enemies—". Omitted Bride car was demolished but secretary of San Bernardino. Calif., 'cepted a position as teaching fp|- at the end of this sentence, he McBride and an 18-month-o'ld son lodge, who will present to the of-;low in the Louisiana State Uni- added, were the words "—of the were hurt only slightlv. jficers of Phoenix lodge a silver;versify Department of Speech. laoviet l-nion". T J Prothfo 85 " Holdenville ' CU P nf "'bich he is the donor andi With the exception of the sum- 1 "She said he couldn't, have writ- Okla 'suffered a cut on the head'' for "'hich ritualistic teams of all mer of 1939, which he spent in the;' e ". '. l tnat "'ay: she has the vesterdav afternoon in an automo-' Arizona lodges compete annually.;Medical School of the University idefinite feeling it is the technique bile acci'dent near Mesa and was'* 1 was last won b >' the loral team, of Wisconsin, he continued at: of the Ogpu," Waldman explained. treated in the Southside hospital. ' Dr. W. V. Ammons is chairmaniLouisiana State University, where No details of the accident were re-j of a committee in charge of ar-;he received the degree of doctor ported. irangements. |"f philosophy in speech correction ! in 1940. i He was appointed to the Tempe I college faculty last fall. Nelson Eddy's Performance Is Rare Treat For Phoenix Noted Minister To Give Sermon TOMBSTONE, Feb. 14—The Rev. first P astor * The Community Concert Associa-', clapping audiences — and Nelson i James Christensen "looked MORENCI BOY WINS (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) , t . „. -, -• . MORENCI, Feb. 14-Using an un- now Ari on^s^oW^ SdingProI usual approach in his oration, <««-- - /-n...—.. .IS? 1 -... .. g v™ lion presented Phoenix music de-;Eddy did not fail his fans. into | the future" to win first place in the voices with a large and wonderful! He sang and he sang, and then Morenci High School Oratorical valentine last night at the Phoenix'he sang still more. i Contest- Union High School auditorium. | It was what might mildly be| Subject of his oration was Nelson Eddv. idol of radio, screen: called a "triumnh" for the vounp!.- &nd match face. oneof the fare treats of the rnusi-: nix. ! with an oration entitled "Our cal season. . . ' ! It would be difficult to say which;Priceless Heritage", and another; The selections chosen were of the 22 numbers—believe it or not 1 girl, Miss Lois Harden who dis- catholic enough to please every;—which he sang was the most cussed 'The American' Deninv" taste, to bring out the very best! roundly received or was the best.'placed third It was the first time' in the singer's bag of tricks, and to j But there is no doubt that the audi-in a number of'years a bo'v has bring vociferous response from the ! ence went literally wild when he:won the Morenci" competition. fJJTiaPltV nilHionnO f*orr\0 trt fcic fj««*l *n*mtn rtf nnnnT-ni- ' •»• : ...... * ' , came to his final group of encores' Morenci contestants several ' " " capacity audience. New Appreciation High j to sing "I'll See You Again", "At times "have won"thp'~G'iia, Graham Encore efter encore was demand-' the Balalaika". "I'm Falling Tn T.m-p Q«^ r:,-nAni nn » n .,«*;»_ j:^««:«« the Balalaika", "I'm Falling In Love and Greenlee counties district corn- by shouting, stamping, whistling,) With Someone", and then "May- testant Church, will speak from the pulpit he first served at 11 o'clock Sunday morning. It is 59 years since Dr. Peabody. then a graduate ofdivinity school, first preached _ .. _. ^ back pastorate the field of education. After lea-vine Tombstone, he studied for a while in England and then returned to this country and founded Groton School for Boys Rt Groton. Mas*. He. retired as headmaster of this institution this past year. Sunday's service will be in charge of John A. Larson, organist and ' time". Equality Called Path To Peace TUCSON, Feb. 14—(AP)—William Allen White declared in an address before University of Arizona students today that "free democracies" must establish "a competent civilization of self-respecting citizens" at the end of the present war. "We must try to help the free democracies set up a world society in which no. nation can feel with any reason that it. is denied those raw materials, whether they be harbors or metals or the right to trade freely upon the oceans of the world, which are necessary to maintain a competent civilization of self-respecting citizens," White Airs From Cantata petition, which this year will be j layman in charge, since the Rev. held in Safford. Other 1941 local Musically speaking, perhaps the'Misses Charlotte Clement, Harriet best of the large number of selec- Hill, Jean Skaling, Jean Gibson, tions was the opening number. Airs Patricia Dickerson, Lorene Moore from "The Peasant Cantata" by and Era Hickey. Johann Sebastian Bach. Sung in ! Judges were Ed Putt. Stanley English, the selections told the story;Poe and Mrs. Bess Valentine, fac: of the rejoicing of the villagers and ulty members, their congratulations to the newl Miss Mary Jane Carson, dra- Mr. Kurtz lef. a few weeks ago. finalists were [The Community Congregational Church has given up its'11 o'clock worship hour so that nothing will interfere with this memorable occasion. The choir from the Community church will sing. Dr. Peabody will officiate at the celebration of the Holy Communion. lord and lady of the manor. matics teacher, was coach in! highly dramatic and difficult 'The; Wolves" by the same composer, "A! Legend" by Tschaikovsky, the light,! altogether delightful "The Miller"' number, Poet's Mind". KINGMJfN GIRL IS MCTOR (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) KINGMAN. Feh. 14—Miss Mar- coach. lhave County Union High School's uramatic Superiority jcolors in the Mohave. Coconino and :.\^ It was in The Wolves that thejYavapai counties district oratori-Itest MAYER PICKS WINNER (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) MAYER. Feb. 14—Jay L. Ten-i ney, 15. took first place in the | artist's dramat.c with a discussion nf "The " sup_e_riority i was ! cal competition^ in Flagstaff Wed- United States Prepares"for it was announced today by champion- R. Anderson, principal. first evident, for the song tells the'nesday night, February 26 story of the coming of the ferocious' She won the local ch; wolves to the little Russian village.shin with an oration Pntii , -- - illage.ship with an oration entitled "A and their death at the hands of the [Pledge Fulfilled". vil ' a f, ers -. ... j Winners of second place « t -n- Following intermission, Mr. Eddy Miss Bette Rice, who asked. "Would presented a group of five selections You Have Signed the Constitu- ' 3 said. "If we shirk our duly," he oontinued, "we will have to spend another national treasure 20 years from now when today's babies in Europe arc old enough to fight. I'ntil the «vils that make them ficht are abolished, we shall hare the same job to do over and over •Bain. "No matter which way we turn of varied type in English of'w'hich the^'iocar'a'nd" district^champTon" In the quest for peace.we may buy, "I Want Jesus To Walk with Me" by ships last year John GirdJer h ESS A *L^T VStl i £» ^?£, SpiritUal - ™ Hl5«W -h^ol.supednteSent" " Don in Goldwaters' Budget Shop for you who have young figures L'Aiglon makes the Jeanne d'Arc series in Junior Miss sizes. Bright, young, quick to catch on. Disarming styles, lines that fit you without alterations! Shown: buttons down the back and an embroidered collar. Superb spun rayon that resists creasing. 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Alfred Wohlschlegel was instruc- r in charge. Winner of the lo- last vear was ard nruth our 'brother's keeper'." White, publisher of the Emporia, Kan., Gazette, is wintering here. New Investment Rule Adopted WASHINGTON, Feb. 14—(AP) The Securities and Exchange Commission adopted today a rule which will permit investment companies to file a description of their funda-j mental policies pending full Accompanist—Composer The first number of the group was "Dusk at Sea", the music for which was composed by the accompanist for the evening, Theodore Paxson. The musical setting was I Miss Ruth Whaley again coach. ANOTHER GIRL WINS (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) MAMMOTH, Feb. 14—Miss Erton first place in the Mammoth The ever-popular today by Lenor Hambly, represent Mammoth ing sonnet, "How Do i Love Thee,"'SaI , °, '" T district orator " written to her husband, in «n^li?J Sff.f* ln ..Tucson, for Pima , r - -T--.husband, in a new setting by Edwouard Final counties " """- tration Such a statement will be regarded registrant's detail be filed later, and forming to the policies outlined in its statement "will run no risk of nendinc full reihs ! musical setting by EdwouartLiDDe ifAr -Si / oun -' tentatively set f. Stroh. an hp law j concluded the concert, ^'f^' tor Thursday night, February 27. acted as judg ment the SFC wirt other encores which the nonular "i- i ect ?l, her oration " was Miss Apple] Sas a part of ?he: artist T^nt'd werr^Wld^Evt-isf^rt 01 ", of ReliBion "' Winner of to the distri ailed registration to' n ' n ^ Prayer" by Moussorgskv "Au'p place was Miss Artemisa|25, W. G. A and'a company con-i Pa - vs " h >' Holmes, and another'Pax- cari T?V™A° -v?^? " Our Amer '- nounced policies outlined j n : son , nu j nher - "Ranbow Trail". !„],_., A'^IJi V , ' and ,_ o£ thlrri «,..;ii ,-,.„. —_ _:-.». _r' Mr. Faxfinn wrm ni^..j;*_ f •>•__ ;> MU( -^. AiiiDin .Morono. \vnn snnlvp ^» - . Mr. Paxson won plaudits for him-' -n -slrpiin- even technically violating" the in .!self_not only as Mr. Eddy's acoom- w a hfr l ™™ ' n>n veslment company act Ss regards P 3 "'? 1 hut - <™ his superb artistrl^Banev ?nH M" « policies. in , ni!: . Presentation of the Chonin'Mn y Mlss Edna Mae Mick ' pl0 ™" "Fan ' - ?' h °. s P° ke Education". Hon- W ° by BuP " The reason for the preliminary l plortio ",; "Fantaisie in F Minor' Mic* A, ,,- ,, *, policy statements is that the com-! Onu ?. 49 a "d his encore, "HobbevW,,«„,. • u Meyer was in- mission has not yet completed the' on t" 6 Green" by Rufty.' DDe> ^ uclor . in , ch arge. Judges were drafting of forms for detailed reg-' o f; 1 ,: i ^ •*• G " A ' Pcte rson of istrations. . _ l O / a , c I e _ and .. Mrs -..Ca th Pnne Miller students Valley Woman's ct m ... n- r • u Rites Arrangedi£S3L B X £?J, n •r^ •, . . *^ i T^T>Qt»«i 4.L. i _. .- * fur i —, Monument!'ravel Th -- ~*/*,i. Tms was Mammoth . s first r " enter the competition. sa ._ ~. x =u. j.^—IAJ^I— PARKER BOY CHOSEN fjTo^Ll 0 ™.^ *?. U»- *«»« N^ol^M^L^^l. . F ««t I (Exclusive Republic Dispatch) Harri, 93 years old, who died Thursday from a heart attack, while en route to her home in Glendale after witnessing the rodeo parade will he held from the A. H. McLellan Funeral Chapel at 10 o'clock Monday morning. Burial will be in Greenwood Memorial Park I, . ^K^^M,^-sS? Natinn.i M e orest xcusve a ent, reported today evcl ' stale result (Northern Yuma ";, Contest held at was announced today by Loren Curtis, principal. 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