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Page Four O Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Tuesday Morning, February 18, 1941 Telephone 3-Hij Four Injured JLittle Stories Of Phoenix Daily Life Four persons were injured in ai •tomobile accidents In the Phoenu •area yesterday. Jose Learner, seven-year-ol .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo Learner, 715 South Seventh stree yesterday afternoon suffere bruises on her face and legs \vhe struck at Seventh and Grant stree •by a pick-up truck driven by H. E Persons have been treated in P h o e n i x hospitals since Jannary 1, for Injuries suffered in motor vehicle accidents. Davidson, 4S, 40th street and Broad way road, police reported. Th child remained in St. Joseph's Hos pital. When the sedan in which sh was ridinc, driven by her husbanc overturned at Lateral 16 and Blac Canyon road. Mrs. Jessie Crawfore 'El, Black Canyon road residen yesterday afternoon suffered compound fracture of the left wris and a possible shoulder fracture highway patrolmen said. Mr. Craw ford was only scratched, the offi sirs reported. Mrs. Crawford remained in Gooi Samaritan Hospital. In a collision last night at 40t] and Van Buren streets, Mrs. Lup Canchola, 40. 1122 South Fourth avenue, suffered a broken righ leg, and Salvatore Duenas, 33, 101" South Second avenue, was bruised Both were treated in St. Joseph'. Hospital and Mrs. Canchola re mained. Deputies sheriff reported the ao cident involved a sedan driven by Duenas and containing Mrs. Can chola, and a sedan driven by the Rev. Norman W. Taylor, 215 Eas: Eighth street, Tempe. In St Joseph's Hospital yesterday were Mrs. Vern Campbell, 50, Longmont, Colo., and her daughter Muriel Campbell, 28, 45 Wilshire drive, injured in a collision Sunday near Coolidge. Miss Campbell was the more seriously injured, hospital attendants said. They were transferred from the Coolidge hospital, where George B. ;Ragsdale, Santa Cruz, Calif., also ilniured in the accident, remained. The crash involved Ragsdale's car iBnd one driven by Miss Campbell, officers reported. Morals Case Terms Given Two terms of nine months in jail, to run together, were imposed on Louis Feulling, 40 years old, Phoenix, who pleaded guilty to jontributing to the delinquency of two young Phoenix girls by improper conduct with them. Superior Judge M. T. Phelps imposed sentence. A 90-day jail term was imposed jy Superior Judge Arthur T. La ?rade on Lucio Garcia, 21, Glendale, who pleaded guilty to driving a car without the owner's consent, re- Juced from grand theft. Judge Phelps granted .Jive-year terms of probation to four persons: Robert Earl Bruce, 19, Phoenix, who pleaded guilty to forging his grandfather's name to a check and lashing it, released to the U. S. Army for court-martial as a deserter. Mrs. Edna L. Thiers, 21, Phoenix, who forged the name of her moth- sr-in-law to a check and cashed it, released on condition she make •estitution of $65. Eddie Ramage, 26, a Cavecreek Miner, who burglarized a Cave:reek district home, stealing house>ld articles, released on condition ! make restitution, leave the state •snd not return. Bernardo Guerra, 20, Glendale, who failed to support his wife, Helen, Phoenix, released on condi- MEMBERS of the Methodist Men group of Capitol Methodist Church, will hold their annual "Ladies Night" program with a dinner in the church, 16th Avenue and Van Buren street, at 6:30 o'clock tonight Mrs. Nellie T. Bush, representative from Yuma county, will be guest speaker. LETTUCE shipments yesterday from the Salt River valley were 20 j carloads, according to reports fromj the railroad offices, bringing the total shipped during the spring deal to 64 carloads. CITRUS LOADINGS to February 10 have been 1,322 carloads of grapefruit and 317 carloads of oranges, according to a report released by the Arizona Fruit and Vegetable Standardization Service. In addition, the equivalent of 164 carloads of grapefruit was sent to the juice canneries. FINES were imposed on two men yesterday in Phoenix justice courts for disturbing the peace. Melvin Johnson was fined $15 and James Turley, $5. i Tuesday Mornlns, February 18 5Ist Year. J>o. 276 ARI5 3LXO rubllihtd Every Morning and Sunday Arizona Publlrihlng Co. 112 North Central Avenue Phoenix. Arizona Subscription Katrs In Advance One One Three Six In Copy Mo. MM. Mot. Arizona S .05 $1.00 SI.75 $5.24 One One Three Six One Out at Copy Mo. Mo§. Mo«. Year Arizona S .10 S1.2S S3.50 S6.15 $13.00 Entered a« second cla»« matter at the nost office at Phoenix. Arizona, under tho act of March 3. 1871. THE FEBRUARY meeting of the Phoenix chapter. National Federation of Federal Employees will be held at 8 o'clock tonight in room 515, Heard building, C. W. Timmons, recently elected president, announced yesterday. FRANK E. DUNN, secretary of the Mount Hermon Alumni Association, East Northfield, Mass., will speak at the dinner meeting of alumni of Mount Herman School for Boys and the Northfield School for Girls, in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Sampel A. Wright, Southern avenue and Hermosa drive, at 7:30 o'clock tonight. Motion pic- THE CITY filed another suit yesterday in Maricopa County Superior Court in connection with its condemnation proceedings to obtain additional land for enlargement of Sky Harbor in co-operation with the federal government's national defense program. Defendants are Grace and Hurley B. Pruitt and others. TELE FACT U. S. AND BRITISH NAVAL UNIFORMS U.S. A. ADMIRAl ' VICE- REAR- CAPTAIN COM- IT. COM. • ADMIRAL AOM1RAI - MANOER WANDER BRITISH ADMIRAL . ADMIRAL VICE- REAR- COMMO- CAPTAIN. OF THE ADMIRAL ADMIRAL DORE . FLEET SCIENCE SEEVlCE-rtCTOGEHPH COgl*. i-18 JAILED for 10 days was New- and Baugh, 37 years old, after he leaded guilty in city court yester- ay to vagrancy. On similar ARRESTED by sheriffs deputies, Porfirio Moreno, 20 years old, Eighth street and Rural road, Tempe, waived preliminary hearing 6. after agrancy. she pleaded guilty to HEARING for Walter Bucking- am on a burglary charge yester- ay was set for 2 p. m. today in rest Phoenix Precinct Justice ourt and he was jailed in lieu of GUILTY yesterday 1,000 bond. PJLEADING city court to stealing a $10.98 acket from the J. C. Penney store, oe Price, 31 years old, was sen- enced to 30 days in jail. AFTER pleading guilty in city ourt yesterday to carrying an ice ck concealed on his person, James roves, 48 years old, colored, was entenced to 20 days in jail, in eu of $20 fine. FIVE DAYS in jail was the sen- ence for both Frank Gatten, 56 ears old, and Gordon Smith, 29, after they pleaded guilty in city disturbing the at First and urt yesterday to eace by fighting ladison streets. A COMPLAINT charging Ceilio urrera, 517 East Madison street, ith hit-run was filed yesterday in r est Phoenix Precinct Justice harges, Lucille Howard, 26, for- yesterday in East Phoenix Pre- •?ited $50 bond, and Haliva Grif- - • th, 26, colored, and Marie Johnon, 38, gave up $25 each, through ailure to appear. Probation of three lonths was granted Mary Smith, rape January 4 of a 15-year-old Tempe girl on the Tempe elementary school grounds. He was jailed in lieu of $1,500 bond. A REQUEST by the state for dismissal of the appeal of Ben Farmer, committed to the county jail from Chandler Justice Court for six months in lieu of $4,000 bond on a peace bond charge, was taken under advisement yesterday by Superior Judge IJudley W. Windes. The state contends the law does not permit appeal in such cases and that his appeal was filed too late. APPOINTMENT of W. D. Riley of Yuma as statutory agent in Pima county for Penn Metals, Inc., of Nevada was filed yesterday with 'he Arizona Corporation Commis;ion. AFTER preliminary hearing yesterday in East Phoenix Precinct Justice Court, Roy Lee Sanders was field for superior court action on a burglary charge. He was jailed in lieu of $1,000 bond. THE CASE of James William -oit, charged with attempt to commit sodomy, was dismissed yesterday by Superior Judge M. T. Phelps at request of Harold R. Scoville, deputy county attorney, who immediately charged Coit with "as- tures of activities at the two schools will be shown. WORD of the death of her father, John E. Rose, in Ashland, Ky., as the result of complications following influenza, has been received here by Miss Vida Lee Rose R. N., 1836 North 10th street. Miss Rose last visited her father in Kentucky in October, 1939. He was 69 years old. TOWXSEND CLUB meetings scheduled for tonight are: No. 11, 212 South Seventh avenue, 8 p. m.' \ T o. 14, potluck dinner, 6:30 p. m., 10th and Fillmore streets, with meeting and program to follow. SALT RIVER valley leaders in the Cub movement for boys of pre- scout age will meet at 7:30 o'clock tonight in Boy Scout headquarters. 25 East Van Buren street, with Howard M. Soule presiding. Participating in the program will be F. H. Davis, George Wilkins. Robert G. Adams, G. C. Newton and Milton Newton. Mrs. Sue Pohlman of the Adams School faculty will present a demonstration of soap modeling. POLICE were Informed by Mrs. W. J. S. Jury that her purse, containing $15, a pair of glasses, pen and two vanity cases, was snatched Sunday night at Central avenue and Moreland street by two youths. The total value of the stolen property was $40. she said. FIREMEN were called yesterday afternoon to 16th and Washington streets where a short-circuited wire caused a minor blaze in the car belonging to H. E. Witchie, 529 West Coronado road. Damage was slight, it was reported. HEARING for possible revocation of probation granted to Fermin Lara on a nonsupport charge in 1938 was continued yesterday by Superior Judge M. T. Phelps to next Monday. A CHARGE of theft of $5 worth of liquor from the buffet of J. D. Your Income Tax NO. 14 Miller at street was 3706 filed . . North Seventh against Howard don he pay rapport. monthly for her Pleas of guilty were entered by 3eorge Roland Rankin, burglary Sobert Fulton, grand theft; Ber lard Davis, intoxicated driving; anc -•any w. Cranston, forgery. They will be sentenced Monday. Trial of Louis Gardine'on an in :oxicated driving charge was se tor April 1. Cases continued were those o jeorge Davidson, burglary; R Stephen Thompson, felonious mor Us charge; and Thomas H. Loritz Irawing a check on an insufficien tccount. ourt and he was ordered to facejsault with intent to commit the in- reliminary hearing at 3 p. m. to- famous crime against nature." Coit ay j e nu vas J aile , d . m lle ,V of $700 kas ordered to face preliminarv ond. The complaint alleges hisjhearing at 9:30 a. m. today in West ar was involved m a collision with j Phoenix Precinct Justice Court and ne driven by Glen C. Hogue, 3438 j was released without bond. Mr North 16th street, Sunday on South i Scoville said the action was in- Central avenue and that he fled tended only to correct a technical from toe scene. I kt^4lucu VLLly lu UUJ.J 1 defect in toe case. Successful Citrus Marketing Formula Offered By Speaker Lumber Firm's Suit Is Settled A 555,000 suit brought by i Vickenburg couple against th foxworth-Galbraith Lumber Com sany and others has been com aomised and settled out of court tontesting attorneys advised Su )erior Judge M. T. Phelps yester lay. Judge Phelps dismissed the com ilaint by Frank and Segrid E Thrasher against the lumber com >any, L F. Walpe, jr., a Wicken nirg attorney; and John A. Smith- ion, Joe Holmes and S. A. Bee- Toft, agents of the company. (ys did not state the am- ;ged the defendants served^por Thrashers an "alleged writ ol Lttachment" and falsely repre- ,f"th» ™, a pros P ec t*e Purchaser if the Thrasher property that the umber company heldla /en against Students Given lection Choice que of the Yellow Moo, ind class attendants for the queen ^! Ste « ay J these two alternatives were offered students for vote-- Jurst to go ahead with the present L i League Council r and the Boys Alliancl ConereJs ^thout additions; second, to aUow home rooms to add three more PreS6nt list ° f t j le . election of each class' at- W° r ? e queen ' voters w ere this choice— first, that girls r «° m J °, f each dass ele « a attendant; second, that the h 00 ,™ of , both e* 1 * and bo each class elect the attendant lncre ases in as business Prefacing his remarks with thi simple statement that he did no know what is ahead for the citrui industry, Paul Armstrong, Los An geles, general manager of the Call fornia Fruit Growers Exchange proceeded to outline to a group o local producers last night his formula for successful marketing of grapefruit. "The formula for successful marketing, as I see it, is standardize merchandise, advertise—in that order," Mr. Armstrong told members of the Arizona Citrus Growers a1 their dinner in the Masonic Temple. "First off, we must establish strict standardization laws that are worked out in unison between California and Arizona. Then we must market only fruit that will pive complete consumer satisfaction. We should sell our grapefruit from a single standard package and not use lettuce crates or other odd-size containers. "It is essential that we regulate the supphes in the market by a prorate restriction basis on a grade and size basis, adding volume prorate regulation later if necessary. To maintain a satisfactory price fn V ;tin M J?tr. S i e ™. sta A e ^eqSires "We must cultivate demand «r ? ur t "atural market, the West, by dealer service work and advertising. There is a market for all of the better Brades and sizes of desert grapefruit in tho West at a living price to tho growers. I am confident the saturation point for citrus consumption has not been reached." In discussing the canning of grapefruit juice, Mr. Armstrong ™ OU , 1 lhat f° far «"= C f ely a salva S e operation. - Can I^aPP tomato ri£v ft™™ 6 3uices> he said - and some jSce y Pay to can ^Pefruit Preceding Mr. Ai.Ts'.rong, Fred A J, Evans - "i charge of erfnefnfiT sales for thp grapefruit! organiza- Within the next two or three weeks, Texas and Florida competition in the Midwest will have dropped to a point where it will be profitable to ship Arizona grapefruit into that territory, he said. A talk was given by E. J. Mehren on the proposed amendments to the present prorate law, which the association is urging the legislature to adopt Earl Maharg, executive secretary of the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation, explained its bill now in the legislative hoppers to create a unified state department of agriculture. R. M. Hess, association manager, discussed toe season's operations to date and submitted figures to show he wide variation in returns be™' e . en the groves where greatest cultivation care was taken and careful McCory, 29 years old, 1921 West Palm lane, yesterday in East Phoenix Precinct Justice Court. He ^leaded guilty and \vas sentenced to pay $15 fine and spend 15 days in jail, the jail sentence suspended. ACCUSED of rape. William Patterson, 20 years old, an Indian, waived nreliminary hearing yesterday in East Phoenix Precinct Justice Court and was jailed in lieu of $1.500 bond. THE STATE tax commission and its members were eliminated yesterday as defendants in a $50,000 suit brought in Maricopa County Superior Court against operators 9f the Reisner Shows because of injuries allegedly suffered by Mrs. Gladys Campbell when knocked from a merry-go-round at the recent state fair. Judge Howard C. Speakman dismissed the case as to the state officials at joint request of contestants. THE WILL of the late Fred L. Hanna, prominent in Arizona railroad circles, was admitted to probate and letters testamentary were issued to the Phoenix Savings Bank and Trust Company by Superior Judge J. C Niles yesterday. The will leaves from the $29,520 estate $300 to St. Luke's Home, a tubercular sanitarium here. AX ORDER forfeiting $1,000 bond when Leon P. Wilson, Alhambra, failed to appear for trial on a charge of selling intoxicating liquor without a license was set aside yesterday by Superior Judge M. T. Phelps, who ordered the bond surrendered to the bonding company. Wilson was located by - sheriff's deputies in Texas, returned here, pleaded guilty and was sentenced to nine months in jail. ARTICLES of incorporation were filed yesterday with the Arizona Corporation Commission by the Maricopa County Chapter, Inc., American Red Cross of Phoenix, a nonprofit corporation. Incorporators are H. B. Wyman, Mrs. R. W Craig and E.irle F. Barrows of Phoenix. THE SHERIFF'S office was notified by the San Diego, Calif, sheriff yesterday that Fred McLemore of Phoenix, wanted here for failure to provide for a minor child, was in custody there and had waived extradition. A local deputy was Compensation Of State Officers And Employees All officers or employees of states or political subdivisions thereof, or any agency or instrumentality of any one or more of the foregoing are required to include in gross income, for federal income-tax purposes, the compensation received by them during the year as such officers or employees. Retired officers and employees of states, and political subdivisions thereof, or any agency or instrumentality of any one or more of ihe foregoing, \vho received in 1940 pensions or retirement annuities based on the services rendered by them while in active service as such officers or employees, are required to include such pensions or annuities in gross income for federal income-tax purposes. If the pension or annuity is paid in whole or in part from a fund derived from amounts deducted from the compensation of such officer or employee while in active service, the amounts so contributed are considered the "consideration paid" for the pension or annuity. The amount received by the retired officer or employee shall be included in gross income each year to the extent of three per cent of the "consideration paid," the balance of the annuity payments :ermining being gross excluded in income of amounts thus excluded from gross income equals . the "consideration laid," the entire amount thereafter received as a pension or annuity must be included in gross income. These taxpayers are entitled to he same deductions and credits as im other taxpayers. Dues paid by Receivership Ordered In Settling Divorce Ignoring precedent, the Arizona Supreme Court yesterday pre scribed a receivership as the mod ern solution to the complications of dividing a community estate once valued at nearly $500,000 in Maricopa county real estate. The court's unusual action was taken in one of three decisions handed down yesterday. In it the court affirmed a divorce decree o; Maricopa County Superior Court between Salim Ackel and Brigida Ackel. After instructing the lower court to place the community property under receivership, the supreme court went a step further and suggested that Mr. Ackel be named receiver, inasmuch as the estate was accumulated through his ability, subject to the same court supervision as any other receiver. It further instructed that ", reasonable family allowance" for tlrs. Ackel shall be the first charge against the estate's assets. The decision', written by Chief fustice Alfred C. Lockwood and 'oncurred in by Justice A. G. McAlister and Justice Henry D. Ross, s, according to legal authorities, vithout a precedent in the United States. The case was appealed to the upreme court by Mr. Ackel from judgment of Superior Judge C. Niles, whose division of the ommunity property, although re- ersed, was praised highly. Excellent Division The trial court made a most iis car and that Payne "covered" im with the shotgun while 'hompson searched him and took he money. The charge was filed in East 'hoenix Precinct Justice Court. earnest and conscientious attempt to accomplish a task which was practically impossible," the supreme court said, "and we do no feel we could make a better immediate division." However, in revievying the distribution, the court said it was con vinced "that under all the circumstances of the case, it is impossible now to make a division of the property and the debts by specific parcels which will not work an injustice to both parties and probably destroy the equities which they now possess jointly therein." Sees "Peculiar Circumstances" "After careful consideration of the matter," the court continued, "we are of the opinion that under the peculiar circumstances there is one, and but one, method which offers a reasonable opportunity of working out the various interests and claims involved, so there may ae a remnant for plaintiff and defendant, in their old age, of what was once an extremely valuable estate. "So far as we know there are no precedents for the course which we lave determined upon, but if it is within the general principles of equity, the fact that it has never been used before is no argument against its use when justice so requires. "We have held that the marriage •elation in Arizona, and particu- arly in regard to the community estate, is more analogous to a jartnership than any other status mown to our laws. "It is universally held that when a partnership is dissolved and the partnership affairs are to be wound up, if it appears that the best method of protecting the partnership assets unta they may be v,ded is to place th hands of a receiver. nnde- jurisdiction of the court may be done." v "We are convinced that- «, terest of both plaintiff ant will be served by at,) of the community assets in tj» session of a receiver actin? the direction of the court, for the purpose of the various community such a manner as may serve the equity of " the property until a of can be made." The court ordered that the »1 ceivership be operated under* jurisdiction of the superior' emS until such time as it appears »w the estate is in such conditM an equitable division of the a«2 may be made x x x. * "While we do not fetter the <fc cretion of the trial court in, choice of receiver by any sui directions, we suggest that ability of defendant, through *„„„, efforts this estate was acculnXf and his interest in seeing tw™ is preserved at the least cost, tion. Suggests Same Supervision "Of course, if the trial eon* should determine to appoint d£ fendant in this capacity, he shonM be required to give the sameT curity and act under the sam» strict supervision by the courtar any other receiver." M Other decisions: Albert A. Hays, receiver for J D Salstead Lumber Company, versm :he Bank of Arizona—appeal of a Coconino County Superior Court judgment in favor of the bank in a suit over a debt—judgment reversed in a unanimous decision, written by Chief Justice Lockwood. R. G. Darrow, trustee for Town of South Tucson, versus John L. Van Buskirk—appeal oj a Rma County Superior Court judgment n favor of Mr. Van Buskirk foe attorney's fees—judgment reversed n a unanimous decision written by T ustice Ross. V •• A JT. *:ffcN I G H T SERVICE DAY, :eachers to he price to p of t rofessional societies heir subscriptions to educational journals connected with their profession, and traveling expenses, including railroad fares and •neals and lodging, incurred in at:ending teachers conventions in the United States, if they are not reimbursed for such expenses, are deductable from the compensation received by them as teachers in determining net income for federal ncome-tax purposes. Records ol such expenditure should be kept to ubstantiate the deductions claimed. Campaign expenses and contributions made to political parties or organizations at any time are not deductible. Campaign contributions received by a candidate for a public office are gifts, and not income, so are not required to be included in the gross income for federal income-tax purposes. Robbery Case Charges Filed A robbery charge was filed here yesterday against two Gilbert men arrested by Mesa police in connection with the holdup of Paul L. Crandall, 48 North Second street. Mesa, assistant custodian of the county courthouse here. They are John Bolden Thompson, 32 years old. and Mark Edwin Payne, 21. identified by Crandall as the men who took $9.60 from him and Mrs. Crandall at the point of a shotgun Sunday night. Aided by Crandall. Guy Phelps and Joe Leavitt, Mesa policemen, located the suspects in a Mesa cafe an hour after the holdup about a quarter-mile west of the Gilbert Highway intersection with Baseline road. Crandall said the nair stonned To relieve f*f\I T\Q Misery of LULUlJ LIQUID TABLETS SALVE NOSE DROPS COUGH DROPS Try 'Ruh-My-Tlsm"-» Wonderful Liniment scheduled to leave last night or to McLemore. Harry F. Michael, president, pre- u * uded. on Horses, Wag Called Vehicle •A team of horses and a wagon constitute a vehicle under Arizona's intoxicated Sf 1 ™ 1 * , Uw ' Superior Judge Dudley W. Windes held yesterday, and Tom Stewart, Laveen Indian, will be tried on the charge. No trial date was set yester- uay, however. Fred C. Struckmeyer, jr., deputy county attorney, Pharced Stewart with violating the law and maintained it was applicable to driving of a team and wagon while under the influence of intoxicants Howard Gibbons, court-ap- pouited attorney lor Stewart, wgued that the legislature did not intend to include a horse- drawn vehicle. . . TALKS by six members entertained the Maricopa Toastmasters Uub at its weekly meeting last They were George Bots- Ez ,T. a Coverdale, „ • A1 George McTavish, and Alex Maccero. TYPEWRITERS NEW AND USED ROYALS, and Oth«r Make. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarrass Many wearers of false teeth have sur .ered real embarrassment because their jlate dropped, slipped or wabbled at jus :he wrons time. Do not live in Tear o this happcnim" to you. Just sprinkle , the alkaline (non-acid was toastmaster and Charles McAlister, general critic. .,_, ittle FASTEETH. „.„ Jimmy Jones P 01 " 1 ".- °J> your plates. Holds lalse teeth Finn Mnlnr>lrn1 more flrml y' so Uwy fecl more comfortable Uon Malcolm Does not sour. Checks GAS LLJMBE FUElJCFFF 1920 W. Van Bur-en Ph. 4-4131 Services For Gun Victim Due Today services Her husband, Jer-y McLain aslant sports editor of th ^MrtT, 1 ? 1 S f their home at ^asfc Mitchell drive Sundav HaC-y E. 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