Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 14
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 14

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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Page Fourteen Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20, 1941 Telephone 3.i| Food Entries \Arizona Citrus Queen End Saturday! To Be Named At Ball p P h. 19—Selection of the',Creasman. Jean Frances ! DOUGLAS, Feb. 19—(AP)—A '. ground school course under the pi- tvilian pilot training service, offered Clary i by the Civil Aeronautics Adminis- ninth annual Arizona state uurus '"K iu-un.v «•"•""" ""•"-. ^'"n^m Show must he entered by 11 a. m. .Show, Feoruary 23 to March 2, \vili; ., Saturday at the Phoenix Chamber;be made during the gay colorful. ( of Commerce for Phoenix entrants, cost time fiesta ball to be held and by noon Saturday at the expo- Thursday night in the Mezona hall- sition'hall for Mesa entrants. Ex- room. hibits received after that hour will The queen will be chosen from a" entered for exhibition only. eight candidates representing dif- All food products will hr judged ferent communities of the state, et 2 p. m. on Saturday. All entries'Candidates are Elene Brown, Mesa, eligible for premiums must have daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. been prepared by the exhibitor in Brown; Etta May Frye Chandler whose name they are entered and to daughter of Mr. and Mrs George whom the premium is to hr paid. Frye; Joella Jahn, Tempe, daughter There will be two divisions, one;of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jahn; Ed s for adults and one for juniors. Ex- Higgms, Tolleson daughter of M . hihits may be canned foods, jellies, and Mrs Frank W. Weidner; Thel- baked poods (baked date products,;ma Patterson, Buckeye daughter baked pecan products), confections, of.Mr. and Mrs. Bishop Patterson citrus salad dressings, marmalades,, V i r g i n i a Jones Arizona State or baked citrus products. iTeachers College at Tempe, daugh- Mrs. Helen Fagan is general ,ter of Mr and Mrs. A. L-Jones, and r. e Nrva Nicno i Si Gilbert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nichols. . chairman of the food products Arizona Farm Income Rises Elaborate coronation antry is beine planned for the crowning of the queen Monday evening in the exposition hall. Other candidates will become ladies in waiting to the queen. Spanish costumes will be the vogue at the hall tonight. The ball- oom will be colorfully decorated 'in the Spanish motif, with the or- WASHINGTON, Feb. 19— (API— : c hestra, the exposition band. fur- Arizona's agricultural income for; n j s h ing b oth Spanish and American 1940 totaled $60.649,000. an increase ; dance music. of S936.000 over 1939, the bureau : Prizes for the most- outstanding of agricultural economics reported; Spanish costumes will be given. A today. i floor show will be presented, with T - the nation, farmers' cash in- vocal numbers by John Donaldson. come from marketing commodities Bill Doughty. Betty Doughty, Ruby placed under loans, and government i Hammond. Fred Ash, and Dick benefit payments, totaled S9.120,- Answer Is Filed In School Suit 000.000 in 1940, the largest since 1937 when it was 59,155,000.000, the bureau said. The amount was 5.2 per cent greater than the 1939 in- 1 come. I From marketing and commodity! , loans, farmers received 58,354.000,-! Superior Judge Arthur T. La 000 in 1940, and from government! Prade lacks jurisdiction m a suit benefit payments the income was attacking legality of a law alter$766000000 i in S methods of financing Arizona Income from livestock and live- schools, attorneys for the Arizona stock products totaled 54,818,000,-1 Education Association asserted in 000. seven per cent, more than in an answer to the action filed 1939, with wool and dairy products yesterday. bringing the greatest percentages! The attorneys pointed out the of increases I initiation measure attacked in a The income from cotton totaled suit filed Iast August by W. R. 5659.838.000. compared with S62S.- ;Wmtnlan - Yuma businessman, isince 575000 in 1939. ' nas been P a ssed by a vote of the jpeopie and proclaimed law and thus icannot be attacked. | Mr. Whitman contended petitions' jto place the measure on last No- jvpmber's general election ballot : contained insufficient valid signatures of qualified electors. Filing of the answer clears the way for determination of points of 1 Nearly 40.000 acre-feet of water i e . on n te . ntion n r n e P" d J,"S in v n a " dit J' of has been passed at Bartlett Dam| s 'E natures on '"^petitions. and sent down the Verde river! _ ~i TT~° !rreSrds r ir't 0 he S '$"& Tw ° Indl ° nS Salt River Valley Water Users Association showed yesterday. Much of this has been taken as Excess Water Goes To River For Army Service, GLOBE, Feb. 19— Two U. S. Army; ceeded the demand and the stream ers in Phoenix. The next call for men from Gila county has been set for March is flowing down the Salt river past Phoenix. Repeated rains have lessened the j when 47 men will be called for a demand for free water, because; year's service, the moisture has hampered work; The two leaving here this morn- of getting fields ready for spring; ing were Roy Hask and Walter seeding, farmers said. <Harney, both San Carlos Indians. Had this extra water come down | o from the Salt river watershed the 1 C<-nfficVi Rifo T« lotaJ stored would be close to the J^™"**" ™~ \~ _. 1.000,000 acre-feet mark, which it! COOLIDGE. Feb. 19-The San appears certain will be passed in)Carlos Scottish Rile Club of the the near future. tCasa Grande Valley will hold a Yesterday the total water stored (dinner meeting at 8 o'clock Mon•was 942,664 acre-feet, a gain of' day night in the new Coolidge 6,698 acre-feet for the preceding i banquet hall. J. Houston Alien. 24 hours. Bartlett reservoir re-i Florence, newly elected president, mained full and the gains were; will preside. made in the reservoirs on the Saltl o river. ! Leather scraps will be converted Two spillway gates at Bartlett' into cardboard in Hungarv. Dam were raised slightly Monday! to permit a coast motion picture firm representative to make a "short" of the rushing water. Church Opens Annual Parley Members of the Arizona District! Council. Assemblies of God, Inc., will open their annual conference in the First Assembly of God Church, llth and Garfield streets, tonight and will continue the meetings through Sunday, the Rev. N. D. Davidson, district superintendent, said yesterday. In addition to the ministers of the denomination in this state, several out-of-state speakers will be heard, the Rev. Mr. Davidson said. Among these are the Rev. Ben Hardin, Los Angeles, superintendent of the Southern California district council; the Rev. Fred Volger, Springfield, Mo., assistant general superintendent of the Assemblies of God, the Rev. H. M. Fulfer, Albuquerque, district superintendent for New Mexico, and the Rev. W. A. McCann, Las Cruces, N. M. A preliminary meeting was held in the church last night and the formal meeting opening the conference is scheduled for 7:30 o'clock tonight, with the Rev. Mr. Hardin as speaker. The convention will close with a young people's program Sunday! night. o Defense regulations forbid the ringing of church bells in England except to signal the end of the war or a German landing. ' Demand for American rice is increasing in Cuba. T^/A m N /CVV/ ' •Ifi./ci Insured Watch Repair Service With Our New Timing Machine With our new Paulson timer you have definite assurance your watch is properly repaired. Bring your watch in today for free check up on timer. "Not how cheap, but how -well" 38 North First Av e . SNOW FUN! SKI CARNIVAL at Flagstaff. Friday, Saturday, Sunday 'sno fun however, without the right togs. Cherrie- Osborn, Arizona State co-ed and champion cowgirl, models a Porter ski jacket at the Arizona Snow Bowl. Of wind and snow resistant cravenette poplin, in red or natural, this jacket costs ^.95 only O MEN'S SKI JACKETS from The Right Apparel for Every Outdoor Sport at Adams at First You'll feel free as a bird, but your figure is well under control in either of these cloud-light foundations. Two-way stretch 'Lastex', run-proof and pre-shrunk. In the pantie-girdle or the girdle style. Small, medium or large. Tea rose only, 2.50 Other Hickory foundations Panties, 2.00 to 5.00 Girdles, 2.00 to 7.50 Combinations, 5.00 to 15.00 Corsets, Second Floor since 1860 "the Best Always" today by J. C. Skow of San Diego, ground school supervisor for the CAA. who conferred with the local sponsor, the chamber of commerce. Fifty-four competitors and 21 noncompetitors have been listed for the course thus far and enrollments will be received from any part of | 0ne "' eCkafterthe StdenU receiving Ihe 10 highest' grades in the ground course will receive flight scholarships from the C/V For the first time eider duck e"gs are being hatched artificially, at a preserve near Murmansk, Russia. There are 1.200 trains on mile- a-minute runs in the United States. Driver, Disturber Fined In Superior 'SUPERIOR, Feb. 19—George W. Clay, justice o£ the peace, fined Russell D. Hawk $25 on a reckless driving charge yesterday and assessed Augustine for disturbing the p Both were cited to an- Bat Gays, deputy sheriff???, Chile shipped nearly 15n «..'" of beeswax to the UdtedsJS'i the first eightjnontlB ffiljgl r II sock market news" Designs you've never seen before mingled with designs you've always loved— all in heavenly colors 1 Why should the boys have all the fun? Now you can wear Argyle plaid socks, too. In pastels, 75c the pair Name your color and you can have it in the well- beloved slack sock of ribbed lisle, 35c "Devil socks" have little horns fore and aft. Red or white wool, 1.00 Bermuda tops on'socks of rabbit hair, rayon and wool, ultra soft, 50c Street Floor The store will be closed all day Saturday, Washington's birthday. &<W&6&ty /since 1860 "the Best Always" spring on the dot Pleasant panacea for spring fever- polka dots on refreshing pastels! A group of three new styles especially bought for the Budget Shop. Wear then now or save them for summer. Of smooth, cool rayon crepe. Sizes 12 to 20. 6.50 Second. Floor "Swing Obt" Tolleson Lion's Club Charity Revus Tolleson Union High School Thursday and Friday since 1860 "the Best Always" estet he next time you buy cigarettes ask for Chesterfield and join the army of Satisfied smokers all over America who are getting Real Smoking Pleas- lire from Chesterfield's Milder t Cooler, Better Taste. YOU CAN'T BUY A BETTER CIGARETtl Copyright 1941, LIGGETT & Myas TOBACCO Co.

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