Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 31
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 31

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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"the North 01 ieam won the "Kers of America .iudg- £aUhe Tucson Livestock and Sam Sloan of rhcster Johnson - of Phoenix aid trip to nitn Fat Stock Watson, Future actor of North School, will be • the trip. medal. Bob cr medal, ; bronze, srnee , «*.^tf m«W Manon '«; D»vM: bronze, D. t breeders ,- e8r ly^, U uJfor96 bulls ^Stanley, secretary, an- 'leV the bulls was r*# voung bulls in P™ J '?heS Dividual sold , Daid for fat steers -Viii not be known weighed out. sold f Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20,194! Page flvcsonToday IN Feb. 19-(AP)—With revision of the Tucson Show over, and the m and the Pima Coun- ening tomorrow, Tuce final preparations tote 17th annual Fiesta ill street parade Fri- uugwfll have 417 entries, •e than last year. I/inise Priser and Miss • will be queens of srhich will include 113; ore wagons, bug- dudes on horseback, —35, Indians on foot, itestants on their «eo evens are scheduled Fri- Saterday and Sunday after- k«ithalarge entry .list an- alroad Limit Trial Recessed XSON, Feb. 19— (AP)- 7 Cross- inatfon of defense witnesses fcted, the trial of charges the sern Pacific railroad violated Arizona train limit law was ttd by Judge Levi S. Udall in Mr court today until April 9. that time, state's attorneys pesent rebuttal to the rail- i contention the law is un- ftutional and made unneces- ky advances in safety meas- « the trial opened Novem- 19 the railroad introduced i than 300 exhibits to support sony of its officials and t of other railroads concern- operations in this and other Rites Are Arranged For Colored Cleric MIAMI, Feb. 19—The body of the Rev. Stephen W. Henderson, colored, 58 years old, who died at the Gila County Hospital, February 13, will be buried tomorrow in Final Cemetery. Funeral services will be held from the African Methodist Episcopal Church, Globe, at 4 p. m., with the Rev. A. R. Richmond officiating. The Rev. Mr. Henderson was born February 7, 1883. o : — Former Globe Miner Dies GLOBE. Feb. 19—John N. (Big John) Vukcevich, 57 years old, died in his home on North Broad street today after an illness of nearly 10 years. He was the father of George Vukcevich, all-state fullback with the Globe High School, and later a football player with Oregon University. Born in Cetinje, Montenegro, Yugoslavia, he came to the United States in 1904. After a few months at Bisbee, he came to Globe in the same year. He was employed by the Old Dominion mine for some time. He became a naturalized American citizen in the Gila County Superior Court in 1917. Surviving are his wife. Violet, Globe: three sons, Nicholas J. Vukcevich, Globe; Steve and George, both students at the Arizona State Teachers College at Tempe; a brother, Sam, Hazelton, Pa.; and his mother, two sisters and a brother in Yugoslavia. Farm Chairman Is Reappointed TUCSON, Feb. 19—(AP)—The advisory committee of the Arizona State Farm Security Administration concluded its two-day session here today with the reappointment of R. Roy Painter, Tempe, as rhair- man and selection of Phoenix for the next meeting May 13. Maricopa and Yuma counties were chosen for expenditure of tenant purchase funds, a federal allotment of 564,317 to enable Arizona tenants to purchase farms on 40-year, three per cent loans. The committee recommended six names to the U. S. Department of Agriculture for the selection of one committee member each for Maricopa and Yuma counties, to assume duties July 1.. They were: Siegal Davis of Phoenix, Nat M. Dysart of Peoria, Tom Owens of Tempe, and Leslie Barkley, Austin J. Franklin and Roy Barklay, all of Yuma. Firemen Plan Annual Dance MIAMI, Feb. 19-The 29th annual oall and frolic of the Miami Fire Department will be held at the Elks Plaza Saturday night. In addition to the dance, for which Al Stoval will furnish the music, special entertainment has been ar- ra 5 sed ' Geor S e Angius, chief said. The department was organized January 12, 1912, with T. F. Mc- Cllellan as the first chief of the volunteer organization, and those who followed him are Ben Hicks J. W. Armstrong, J. Ney Miles, Mortie Graham, Walter Elrod E A. Weaver, Ralph J. Graham and, for a second time, Mortie Graham, who was succeeded by the present chief when Graham was appointed as a member of the industrial commission. The department has grown from a small two-wheeled, hand-drawn hose cart, with 350 feet of hose, to one of the best equipped in the state, with two large modern trucks. The dance is for the benefit of the first-aid team and the purchase of a resuscitator, which may be transported at a moment's notice, available to the community. Miami's fire losses have been 'aham Seeks framing Camps FORD, Feb. 19-Glen president, and William E. past president of the • Chamber of Comat a meeting of the y night that a re' t that the U. S. Army study ton comity far possible train- amp sites had been granted. t Homes and Mr. Waldron, ' 'recently went to Washington (half of obtaining a camp in county, said, however, alloca- ot | training camp would de! on further expansion of the • T. sroice* Are Held orWinslow Woman 13— Funeral Feb. rs. Emma Kathryn we of Eli Price of this ,wete held this afternoon from m Mortuary with the Rev. * Jones of St Paul's Episcopal Jtnomeiating. Interment was «rt View Cemetery. Prise, -who died Monday ? at a local hospital f ollow- 'lingering illness from arthri- ns torn in Chicago, August 15, *and came to Winslow eight • sago. * is arrived by her husband; B. Mitchell 5»S*« Officers .Feb. 19—Members m chapter. Order elect officers for — at a meeting next m the Masonic Tem!-of the chapter ear- to Florence, the De- Si was conferred on *priard Meyer, Casa •^brother's. Raymond " i " councilor, pre- Relations By Rotary I"eb. 19—The Su,Club devoted its Jay to a study of ^rr^felations with Mex- ^Itoterians were Glenn yfi»£- W.>Van Hook of Mii 1 ?^ meeting will be ar- '•wahe dub's sen-ice com„ UP YOUR IYER BILE- Out ol W" 2 Pints of Me Jnle« «vety day. If thii bile ii your food may not <Un th « towel.. Then **- Von ert con- «rar, «unk »nd the world old Carter 1 . Llttl. 2 » int » o' b'l« flow- -f«J "up «d op." Taka «• darted. flow « 2M. Lions Will Fete District Chief •MIAMI. Feb. 19—The Miami Lions Club met in the Pure Food Cafe today with Tony Pajon, vice- president, in charge of the business session and W. W. Soderman as program chairman. The club decided to postpone the meeting to honor Rudolf G. Zepeda. Phoenix, district governor, until the return of Harold Copp, president, who is a member of tile 15th legislature. The event will be Ladies Night. With the aid of Mr. Zepeda and the Lions International v office, which -will send a field man to Miami, the local club is studying the possibility of organizing , a Lions Club in Globe. M. J. Mansour, George F.' Senner and Joe C. Cubitto, jr., will arrange the March 5 meeting. o Funeral Is Set For Miamian MIAMI, Feb. 19—Funeral services for William O'Brien, 68 years old. who died yesterday at the Gila County Hospital, will be held at 4:30 p. m. Friday, from the Miles Mortuary chapel, with the Rev. F. Paul Hladky, pastor of the Community Presbyterian Church, officiating. Mr. O'Brien, who was born in Africa, resided in Miami about 20 years. He was a member of the Moose lodge. There, are no known survivors. Interment will be In Final Cemetery. o Prescott Army Men Given Promotions PRESCOTT, Feb. 19 — Several enlisted men of Company M, 158th Infantry, Prescott's unit of the 45th Division at Fort Sill, Okla., have received recent promotions. Mess Sgt. Henry Payne has received a staff sergeant's rating, Corps. Paul J. Caldwell and Joseph McHvain have been made sergeants and Pvt. Joe Boggs now wears a corporal's stripes. David S. Rucher of Service Company, 158th Infantry, also has been promoted to the rank of sergeant. dropping steadily several years and much credit is given for that fact, and for the fact fire insurance rates also have been lowered, to the efficiency of the Miami fire fighters, most of whom are volunteers, augmenting the regular paid men of the force. o Peru is expanding its highway construction program. MANY PRAISE "EAT CANDY" PLAN AYDS Candy, »ot«n ei directed, tendi to curb eppttit* for fattening foods. NO DRUGS! NO LAXATIVES 1 Vitamin. A, Brand D. 30 Day lupply $». (IBS THAN 7e A ^ DAYI). MONEY BACK IF NOT SATISFIED I • The Original, fold If X/eadlnK Dent. Stores t Drue Counter! KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help IS Miles of Kidney Tube* Flush Out Poisonous Wast* ^f^s^^E Sif day and nisht to help Nature nd yom jystem of excess sdd« When duorder of Jau^-y t——-—,5—j~s poiflonoui matter ta remaui in your blood, it fflkycau8enaBgingbackaehe,rheiunati Jerpains, lo« of pep and ene^. «f**"««P -T-£L- —rellinft poffinesa under the eyee, andSiiariiieBa. Irequent or acanty CLEAN HOT WATER Year after Year With a New AUTOMATIC CAS WATER HEATER If it's a 1IOYT the water's HOT SAA95 39 Will buy • genuine HOYT mnto- m»tic Ga» Water Heater... and It can be financed on the-liberal terms of The O. S. Stanley Company INCOME PBKCHASE PLAN. _ Hoyt is the leading automatic Gas Water Heater of the West with 32 years of-water heater manufacturing experience. Ton get more for your water heater dollar with a HOTO. "Automatic Hot Water Service COSTS LESS" * See any store of Child Is Given Rabies Serum SAFFORD, Feb. 19—(AP)—Mrs. Nora Shumate, 70 years old, severely bitten in rescuing a small child from an attack by a large dog, was reported in "fairly good" condition today while the little girl she saved was given precautionary treatment against rabies. The flesh was torn from the lower part of Mrs. Shumate's right arm and she suffered a deep bite on the left arm, as well as numerous scratches. The elderly woman snatched Sheila Mclnerney, three, out of the dog's reach at Iron Hot Springs Monday. The attack occurred when Sheila attempted to play with the animal at the resort while her grandparents were swimming. Sheila, before she was rescued, suffered a scalp wound and numerous bites and scratches on her body. Mrs. Shumate, formerly of Prescott, had been staying at Iron Hot Springs, which her son, Harry, operates. VFW Group*. To Meet. PRESCOTT, Feb. 19—An open meeting of Veterans of Foreign Wars, Bucky O'Neill post, and of the VFW Auxiliary unit is scheduled for Thursday night at the legion home, according to an announcement by Dewey L- Simmons, local commander. Our Sensational Special Terms Now of NOTHING DOWN Make It Easy to Buy During Barrows FEBRUARY SALE MODERN WALNUT SUITE 7-Pieces $ 69 95 8-Pieces • Smart streamlined style with solid-back chairs . . . .exclusively matched genuine walnut veneer. • 7-piece set includes extension table, Vm chair and 5 side • chairs . . . credenza buffet to match for' only $20 more. FEBRUARY SALE SPECIALS Broadloom Carpet Axminster or Velvet quality—Good pattern $7.85 , ' ' O Sq.Yd. 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