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newspaper circulation " entirely on "lifdit Bureau of Circulations Arizona Newspapers Assn. American Newspaper Tub. Assn. o (Section Two) 51st Year, No. 216, Phoenix, Arizona Dictatorship * n > u: David Lawrence Says: n . e ™ Disapprove TJBLIC Tuesday Morning, February 18,1941 O (Section Two) Only morning newspaper in whole Southwest served by all three: Associated Press United Press International News Service College Group .pc 1 Fpb. 1 * ~ "•"• "* * neater chance of winning a twists f A^uueid Disapprove T /,. nl U. S. Defense Management T ° Glve Pla y WASHINGTON. Feb. 17—(By David Lawre ] MESA ' Fe > 17 ~." Cra 'g' s Wifp -" Events Today In Valley Cities ltte today. Ha", exiled c because he from was, tinker", point."! nut that •"""^.nJv rrmnpcicd with j satisfactory to organized labor as a Germany ; whole. It is noted t lint neither the not selected and delegated bv his and is. a I loaders of the «^__ _^_! organization, is as powerless to .... .,,„, ^ T ^ ----- ... •• dictatorship CIO nor the AFL m e n t i on Mr. Hillman in effective e is a fallacy contenMm._. o .^ rarrv j nf - on their comments. do say not rr- then sponsihle for the of """a. stated that trie only ad- but they '*' » dictatorship enjoys in they are i '• C .t the start for it is then sponsihle for !L Jnnle are aroused and in i appointment « """." •••• ••• ••••the famous LAWRENCE DISPATCH any laboi leader in the defense set- nan,.s un without their consent or selec- Enthusmsm \\an«* , Uon However, he a dd< 4 lf !' 1P "„") Most pointed is the latest edi- •tfanv length of time, the pco-| torial that appears in tne Feb ruary •L«iw weary and begin to won- issue of 'The American Federa"- fr Sit the war is ahout-it is itionist." official organ of the Amer- 5, n that a dictator does not en-| iran Federation of Labor, which, . .« full sympathies as the de- unr i er the titlp of .- Give Us R epre . MESA CHANDLER Pepper street, by Phoenix Junior! Woman's Missionary Society of College. The play will be given in F . :rst Baptist Church, 2 p. m., at connection with the third annual j tne _ church. drama festival sponsored by the' R«>ef Society, Latter Day Saints Mesa Little Theater. i Church, 2 p. m., at the church. J. N. Smelser is directing the Primary Society, 4:05 p. m., Lat- rnHnctinn onrt Rill MinaHo ic et.i-'ter Day Saints Church. production and Bill Minette is student Director. Junior Service Club, 4:15 p. m., home of Mrs. Virgil Shute. Margaret Ponder, Mada Matano-^. Junior grqup Camp Fire Girls, sympathies " people. sentation," says: "'"""null outlined the desperation| "One fr.ct in the English war I «hed nation as the reason experience stands out with in- '|f a .jfp rise of naziism in Grr- !g the German na- man who grasps a straw. He said that such a in government could oc- - KSZ- ioZ SE I r.qf etAl ring Sanv country provided condi-, ns are'similar to those in Ger-; atf atthe time of Hitler's ascen- >iiim to P°«' er - „ i The popular belief that Germany • lost the World War because of Snoinic deficiencies was refuted: K-Dr Hall, who said that lack of, Locracv in that nation more' Si anything else was the cause If defeat in 1918. Thf audience lunched when nr H»« stated that the only different* betwwn Hitler and his uwciatOT (Gnerine, fiorh- hris,«ndHinimler) is that Hitler really believes the ideas h« «™nnds. Hitler, he continued, poisesiwi a fanatical belief in his theories. escapable force—the war cabinet i;nt complete co-operation in its production program only when it askeil the Federation of British Industries and the Trades I'nion Congress to designate representatives to serve as an advisory committee to the ministry of supplies, and that advisory committee served as a precedent for a similar advisory representative committee on labor supply, with local committees covering the whole country, and local representative committees on war production w i t h representative committees for commodities. In the cast, are Jean Bradfield, iviargarot Ponder, Mada Matano- . ~^ n'*"f v^,,i.. h . vich. June Johnson. Claudia Bar- i4: t? P- m - h 'Sh school. num. Lawrence Thomas. Margaret. _.^! utual Improvement Association. Dudley, Jack Harrington, Edward,/.'." ----?• m - Latter Day Saints Foster, Kent Greer and Brock. James 1 Cnurch Catholic Youth Organization, 7:30 Preceding the play will be a short I P-.m.. basement of St. Mary's Calh- arouse confidence and co-operation as anv other government represen- Now .Setup Treed and friction in our administration will rlear away when the responsible head of defense calls upon organized labor and organized employers to designate representatives to act as advisers to him on policies and to help organize the machinery for their responsible participation in the problems of production, supply of materials and supply of labor. "As our nation swings from peacetime production to defense production, it is efficient and economical to make use of functional agencies that by their wisdom" and^exnerfp'npp 1 i Mrs - N ' ed NeweM. The piayr a'Tom'-; Tuesday Luncheon Club, noon, I Unions and industries are st-inriin^ eri - v - is "Make Room for Rodney,"; hom f> of Mrs. Horace Griffen, Mesa, on the sidelines We'ask onnortiin > wilh Kenneth Shepherd. Betty Jean! Christian Daughters party, 2 p. ity to come into the defense orenn-! Rohson, Dorothy Leavitt. Mrs. H. Y.! m --home of Mrs Grover Trimble. " " Keo. Cross adult first-aid class, 2 p. m., Casa Loma Coffee Shop. Alpha and Omega Club covered- dish dinner, 6:30 p. m.. First Con- dance revue given by students of Jean Frances Clary. Thursday evening three one-act plays will be given. The first, a little theater production, "One Day More," is directed by Mrs. Channing Overton. In the cast are John Donegon, Virginia Kersey and Lloyd Ebert. The second play will he olic Church. Boy Scout Troop 81. 7:30 p. m., Latter Day Saints Church. Woodmen of the World, 8 p. m., legion hall. Tempe TESIPE Rotary Club noon, legion home. luncheon, Relief Society all-day meeting made"peacetime nro « iven h - the Mesa First ward - Lat-|P r °Sram 2 p. m., Tempe ward, Lat- •ssful. so as to benefit ! t(>r Dav Saints church - directed by;ter Da.v Saints Church. • J — --• exppriencc : Mrs - Ned NeweH- The play, a com- Tupsdav I.nnrhpnn rinh nnnn JP defense organ-1 - ization to give service. Let us fol-! • v>! ' e!son ' w '" a Mae Rutherford, low principles of organization thatJ Paul Cl "andall and Boyer Jaryis in will provide the understanding and! U .' e cast. The third play will be an I h t i^inoni *m,-. nr ..,__.. f ji oivon hv ttia Ht~ama Harta rtmont f\f enthusiasm necessary for the emergency. "This given by the drama department of Mesa High School. Directed bylsregational Church. proposal seems so verv Marion Donaldson, the play is "Road . f w . es ' e >' p ' i ?>" <?rs - 7 P.- u m -simple, but when put into ^ effect ' into thp Sun -" wit h Kathleen Brim- Methodist Church; High School will set up channels for under- i "*!'• Lloyd Ebert, Kenneth Flake, League, 7:30; student council meet- standing and co-operation from the Lois Thompson and Esther Fuller m |- ?.P- m ' . . Atlantic to the Pacific and bTvee^ composing Spiriua, mphasis Chandler Students Will See Pictures CHANDLER, Feb. 17 — Motion pictures will be presented to junior high and high school students of Chandler this week, it was announced today by Wilfred G. Austin, superintendent. At 10 o'clock Thursday morning the motion picture, "Alaska Silver Millions", depicting the fishing Industry, will be shown. At 2 o'clock Friday afternoon two pictures will be presented—"Jerry Pulls the Strings" and "Years of Progress". The public may attend these assembly programs; Mr. Austin said. Death Claims Aged Engineer PRESCOTT, Feb. 17—(AP)— Mark Bradley, 81 years old, a mining engineer in Yavapai county for half a century, died Saturday night at the Pioneers Home. A native of Canton, O., he came to Arizona in 1890. Survivors include a son, Donald Bradley, Phoenix, and a daughter, Mrs. Mary Potocki, Clarkdale. o Train-Limit Law Trial Resumed TUCSON, Feb. 17—(AP)—W. H. Kirkbride, chief engineer, and John J. Sullivan, assistant manager of personnel for the Southern Pacific Railway, were cross-examined by the state today as the trial of charges the road violated the Ari- bona train-limit law resumed in Banquet Planned For Magazine MESA. Feb. 17—"Cactus Cuttings," the fourth magazine to be published by the Mesa Writers Club, will he off the press next week, it was announced today by Ray Eng-j vvere found dead in automobiles lish, president. The book, containing many poems, stories and all types of Men Found Dead In Cars BUCKEYE, Feb. 17—Two men , creative writings by local authors, will be introduced to the public at a banquet Monday at the Golden Mesa Tearoom. The club was established four years ago under the direction of the Mesa recreational committee. here yesterday and today and one of them has not been identified;said J. G. Goodman, justice of th£ peace. No foul play is suspected, he said. " One is Henry Bell, years old. Gila Bend. about 26 --- .. who prer Regular""meetings~are held twice sumably died in his sleep in the a month, at which time types!automobile of Carl Hill, 25, Gila of writing are studied. The .club also! Bend, after it ra nout of gasoline assists its members in finding mar- in Valencia, just north of Buckeye, kets for their writings. Among the many outstanding features of the new book are articles by local authors who are becoming well known, Mrs. Bertha Kleinman, Mrs. Ida Alldredge, Mrs. George Haws, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, Mrs. Maria Sullivan, George Roy and others. superior court before Judge Levi S. Udall. Cross-examination of defense witnesses will take about a week, jcounsel indicated. Then the trial jwill recess for a month while the state prepares rebuttal testimony. last night. The other man, about 70 years old, and expensively dressed, was found dead in a used automobile oit a sales lot on the main street yesterday morning. He will be examined by a county physician. THE FAMOUS 2 DROP mff TO GIVE roua HEAD COLD THE AIR. IN EACH HOSTRIL. USE 2 OROPS OF COOLIHS. SOOTHINO [METROS! all groups of ritizens." hasis service, 7:30; dren's service, 4 p. m. » I Mutual Improvement Association, A r Tanged 1™P- ^ Tempe ward, Latter Day Saints Church. It will be noted from thp foregoing that organized labor does not' "By giving responsible voluntary |look upon Mr. Hillman as having' organizations a real part in work-j been selected or delegated hveithe'-! r> TIM* • Vni^htc ~r D n,-,, c -7 in i^^^^^^^^^^^ 1n>C!ife ^fy Mmwotans:»*X£^ — 7 - 30 tion that resulted in the magnifi-] these groups in the same wav that 1 LHA.NDLER, Feb. 17—The Mm-| GLEXDALE cent will to do and disregard of \ might have been expected if the nest>1a Society will hold its annual. Annual Chamber of Commerce difficulties that has checked the j plan followed in the World War plcnlc and K et - to S ether for former] banquet, 7:30 p. m., civic center progress of totalitarian armies. Aihad been carried out again Mmnesotans and Minnesota visitors building. One onmier's chief tasks was to ™ naton as put ie prncpes . «i!.™nn<rri«rman<i to war l of democracy to the supreme test U ' satha turned what seemed to be im L' rf »,!,,•» u-ar in order"To ' ""lent conquest into an opportun- to roust ha%e_«ar in order^to^ . (j , IQ challenj , e ^ e me ^^ and the morale of dictatorships. E«meir troubles under their j ., n ™ ^T^,, Itorm of government j n ! Br ' lish " c °P le are now mobilized FH.II c»iri thnt the Rrit- lS P irituaU >" and economically for de- Hall said that the Bnt fense f hpjr f ,. f Volun . for Force IS probahl> in- nrrani^tinnt nf omnlnvpr.: Ish'Soysl Air Force ia inuuotn.. m-. flicting as much damage on Ger-1 „ organizations employees are of employers putting their ° -7 _ - T7T,- i cum riiimuvt-ts. ai *? uuiiui£ uieii many as the Germans are onEng-, ; ' - h . jnfoVmat&n and Umi AW!** m n ntffprpni TnannpTV , r. ... . tad only in a different manner. German Plants Concentrated their resources at the service of Wilson Plan Effective Back in 1917, President Wilson at the big Ramada at Phoenix South Mountain Park at 10 a. m. Saturday, saw to it that a labor leader was a According to Maj. John F. Murphy, part of every commission from the ' act ' n ? Prf sldent - . . . . , national defense committee down £ band concert in the morning: to the smallest war committee in ! «'U' he followed by a picnic lunch.; Washington. The late Samuel A short program and free dance j Gompers served on the National are scheduled for the afternoon.i Defense Committee and the late Gupsts should bring their Woodmen Circle Welfare Service Club, all-day meeting, home Mrs. Frank Thuma, 36 Xorth Sixth avenue. Hugh Frayne served Baruch on the War Board. Both the National Associa- ! with Mr luncnp s and service: coffee, cream Industries : and sugar will be furnished. tion of Manufacturers and the AFL High School Choir Ctnnri nahinri all tHaca /t/irvtmit* ««r. > 0 stood behind all these committees and friction was reduced to a min- To Give Program GILBERT, Feb. 17—Special num- Pair To County Jail MESA. Feb. 17—Robert L. Simpson and Walter Webb, both of Mesa, were sentenced today by R. A. Bird, justice of the peace, to the county jail. Simpson was given 15 days after v •;.•„ • -u u -T-I. T- mi me iic<ii i o. planning and policy- well-balanced pi Be high-flying bomber. The i-ng-, making with the furt h e r responsi- operation of labor and managc- Esh. he added, are concent rating ; hililv of carry j ng O n—for which ment, the central point of which fteir bombing warfare on vital in- ] tne) : must re iy" up on the machinery w-as the assignment of representa- liustries rather than on the civi- j of \fr e - lr own organizations. Confl-j lives of each 01 the two groups to populace. Idence in their own representatives j these various national defense corn- Hitler is especially proficient. Dr. 'responsible to them made possible ! mitt ees and hoards. 'Ml continued, in creating a high j f u u anr j f ree co-operation. | The present administration, dis- A business session will follow the "A labor man or an employer, j carding that plan in favor of a one- man setup, has really not consulted Chamber Sets Dinner Meet liate of emotion by his speeches. !n fact, Hall added, the only ex-' raple of a crowd in America as fxcited as an audience of Hitler's *as a certain religious revival, tteeting of a particular eastern • led In dosing. Dr. Hall said the suh- i iagated European peoples could j Ittll see a faint light from the. Statue of Liberty glowing in the! fatance. "Keep it burning." he | GLENDALE, Feb. 17—The Glen-! •id, "they will need it and you i dale Chamber of Commerce will | till need it." hold its annual district banquet at 1 o 7:30 o'clock Tuesday night in the , - ' Civic Center building, taking the JtEAL ESTATE & INSURANCF place of the usual weekly luncheon If. H. Passey, Ph. 130. 54 W. Main' meeting. (adv.) Principal speaker will be A. F. Morairty, president of the Phoenix 1 Chamber of Commerce, who will j discuss the value of an active chamber to the community. | Col. Dale Bumstead of Phoe- i nix will discus* plans for con- ] struction of an airport west of | Glendale. Harold \V. .Smith, | chairman of the aims and oh- i jects committee, will talk brief- j ly on the accomplishments cf ; the chamber during the past j year and outline plans for the i coming year. i Reports will be given by the Jol-| lowing committee chairmen: D. H.I ,,.. .----- iBonsall, roads and signs; Meli u;.i"™ on will he mayor; | crouch, ndvertising; Mrs. Leta Cox, AFL, tions whom, privately, at least, they say they have no confidence. but expects both organiza- to work with someone in Rutherford To Speak TEMPE. Feb. 17—Col. Charles Rutherford, civilian aid to the secretary 1 of war, will be the speaker the wishes of either the CIO or the at the Tempe Rotary Club meeting in the legion home Tuesday following luncheon at noon. Lewis S. Neeh will preside. Gilbert Cady will he program chairman. SMITH BROS. COUGH DROPS CONTAIN VITAMIN A T/A Class To Take Over City Jobs MESA, Feb. 17-Mesa will have t new mayor Tuesday—for one, flay-when senior students at. Mesa lUMon High School take over the |My.government. Students who will waive practical experience in public affairs are members of social raence classes instructed by Hol™ Melvin, who will be their ad- ™rforthed SEDAN IN AMERICA! Every inch of it is a real Studebaker Ructar C *\ cl " rk: Roy Wa >' n " Miller ' , membership and finance: Jack Hausner. industrial; Dr. R. K. True- , w Konncth Shepherd. '. Warner Spanckeren. fire fin. I*- c T Valenl 'ne, assistant Uov I nJhL J "? 1 Bondage, bailiff; ert - Clty >«orne Georia . Jonn!;on ' Sn '- blood, city planning: L. T. Malone, Jp nsen, Roll l spor ts; O. D. Belts, legislative; h. Person, sec ' ns retary to the citv man- supprin- scnools : GIenn Earl Banks, public relations; and] Mr. Smith, city and community beautiful campaign. \~, Eight dirpctors will be elected lor i ,~ a three-year term. ', John D. Davis, sr., president of the local group, has asked all persons who are interested in the de- ipenntendent of the high|velopment of the city and com- i, justice of the: munity affairs to attend the meet- Peel, jailer. j n g. »n r -. Group '0 Give Plays lffi SA Feb. 17 _ TWO one-act i scheduled for presenta- | night in the First: during the regular! of the Mutual Improve-! of thp Latter Day i are " So , a story of, h °f e and ! iil« aprin S in the face! rte »L essness and Msidity; and! Idy hi^," 1 fnr Rodney", a com-i i, , 'Jodefp ^l 1 of lhP flrst P' ay i !r "P P«Ji ? J oh nson, Phyllis Fill- M' Wvi Randa ". Arline Shep- i 1iirIevTJ! ne J Millf ' 11 - 1>lla Willis,! "»"iase anri Ruby Fillcr- r, ^medy are etty Jpan Mrs - H - Kenneth Dor- Visit ors ** In Glendale »^?^' Feb - ] "-MaxMack, ""or from Marinette,! morning in a Phoe-i after a brirf illness. w 'ho ramp to Glendale i aco anrt resided at ^9 nuc, was a native of; '«» roi-J 1 O'-'ohor 4. 1874. He' Retired farnrr. HP is sur-: "is uiff, Amanda Mack; servirps arp v «t B 75c WEEK 5-Tube Camera Size RADIO Plays on House Current or •By Own Batteries NO CARRYING CHARGES 46 WASHINGTON It gives"you America's most restful ride. 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