Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on February 20, 1941 · Page 53
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 53

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, February 20, 1941
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Page Nine •= earn Made Rat and Sam Sloan of **:"* Chester Johnson of Phoenix trip to "Worth Fat Stock lorn Watson, Future iStructor of North S School, will be . "^o make the trip. ^winners in the judging medal. Bob Farm Chairman \Jury Deliberates 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, Tempo, as chairman 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 $64,317 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 DavU of Phoenix. Nat M. Dysart of Peoria, Tom Owens of Tempe, and Leslie Barkley, Austin Drunk Driving Case A jury last night was deliberating the guilt or innocence of Joe L. Archer, a Phoenix salesman, charged with intoxicated driving last September 14 on North 16th street The jury took the case at 3:10 p. m. after a one-day trial before Superior Judge M. T. Phelps, and retired *>t 10 p. m. without a verdict. Another jury was unable to agree on a verdict after Archer's first trial. J. Franklin of Yuma. , and Roy Barklay, all , Farmers clubs: cold Malloy, Fort <^ al - Marlon .St. Dw-* . b / onz<> ' D- action sale Hereford breeders Death Claims Insuranceman i>^ John R. Turner, 46 years old, $20,000 for 96 bulls j-widely known Phoenix insurance- _1nir CPPretcLTV. an-,mnn riioH TllnQrlmr mnrninrr i« n S^SWW, secretary itonight ^ fte bu]?s was W1 ,-oung bulls in pen The "high individual sold man. died Tuesday morning in a local hospital after an illness of several months. Funeral services will be held at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning in St. Solons To Dine With Educators Members of the state legislature will be guests at a dinner in Phoenix Union High School cafeteria at 6:45 o'clock tonight, given under auspices of the Arizona Education Association and other teacher organizations of Maricopa county. R: J. Hannelly, president of the association, will preside. Talks, which will outline the legislation in which the educators are interested, are to be given by Laura McRae, representative from Maricopa county; Nolan D. Pulliam, E. M. Andres, Alex Frazier, J. J. Clark and E. D. Ring, state superintendent of public instruction. Salesman Class Dead Line Is Set Registration for a class in salesmanship at the Arizona Vocational School, sponsored through the program of distributive education, will close this week, according to Miss Edith Kay, co-ordinator. The class is desig'ned to prepare students for work in retail downtown stores and will last six weeks. Instruction is offered in salesmanship, merchandise information, cash register and store systems. Registration opened Monday and to date 10 persons have registered, Miss Kay said. Students should have high school certificates or previous satisfactory retail experience. Mary's Church and burial "will be /mice paid for fat steers; j n st. Francis Cemetery. The Rev. unction will not be known Martin Knauff, O. F. M., will of- rtmiuiimBls are weighed out. ficiate. The rosary will be recited] J.2™! champion steer sold for, a t S o'clock tonight in the J. T i f ^TaVmnd, and the junior i Whitney Funeral Home Chapel 6COM "_*.„. f nr 35 cents a Pallhoarpn: «-ill ho Tniiie TSill TJ steer for |iina County pair Opens BCSON, Feb. 19—(AP)—With j cattle division of the Tucson ock Show over. . and the division ana the Pima Coun- ing tomorrow, Tuc• final preparations to- "for'the 17th annual Fiesta i vaqueros. . lue annual street parade Fri- Imorning will have 417 .entries, Hmore than last year. s 'Louise Priser and Miss Roseboro will be queens of [Weanl, which will include Caches, ore wagons, bug- and dudes on horseback, ,„$ .an burros, Indians on foot, Todeo contestants on their [iodeo events are scheduled Fri- Satu'*ay and Sunday aftcr- i with a large entry list angled. sime 3,000 spectators Watched 36 eter horses in 12 races this moon as speed tests opened the s division of the show. Pari- ael wagering totaled $4,700. tlabber," owned by Buck Nich,. Phoenix, turned in the best -, 222 seconds for the quarter eond best time was made by si Dial," entry from the Kle- 55 King ranch, Texas, with 23 and third was "Red Man," fl by B. E. Harriss, Tucson, ^seconds. |aies made in speed tests will be rated in points determining _.„' events opening tomorrow. i H. Minnick, College Station! li who will judge the quarter ps,.Slid-It was the best group tad teen in 25 years. f(i';Hany L. Watson, Fort shuca, will judge the thor- Sbred entries. o — ailroad Limit Trial Recessed rjCSON, Feb. 19—(AP)—Cross- nination of defense witnesses ?!eted, the trial t>f charges the *ern Pacific railroad violated Arizona train limit law was ssed by Judge Lev! S. Udall in srior court today until April 9. J that time, state's attorneys J present rebuttal to the rail- Ms contention the law is un- asututional and made unneces- 7 by advances "in safety meas- Since the trial opened Novem- 13 the railroad introduced re than 300 exhibits to support "my of its officials and ol other railroads concern- operations In this and other yesterday from confer- a* l? nt exec utives in Long =™and San Francisco where an- election as chair- regional meeting To Head Regional Meet «*» F. Miller, executive of £?? evelt B °y Scout Council, tteir was Arizonian Pallbearers will be Louis Billar, Max Jungbauer, Elmer Graves, Leslie Thompson, John L. Sullivan and Roy Heyne. Honorary pallbearers will be Dudley Windes. Irving A. Jennings, Frank Schwentker, P. D. McLaurin, Elmer Coker and Harry Boyer. Mr. Turner, who had resided in Arizona 23 years and in Phoenix eight years, is survived by his wife, Betty, and an infant son, Barry, of Phoenix; and his mother, Mrs. Richard Turner, New Orleans, La. He was active in American Legion affairs, having served as commander of the American Legion post at Morenci, and at one time was district commander of District 5. He was a member of and had been an officer in the Knights of Columbus and the Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. Mr. Turner recently had constructed a home at 302 West Coronado road. He was employed for IS years by the Pacific Mutual Life Insurance Company. Wilson Budget Hike Approved Petition of the board of trustees of Wilson School district for authority to exceed the district's 1940-41 budget by $4,128.21 was approved by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors at a hearing yesterday. The excess expenditure, the board was informed, has been made i necessary as a result of an unanticipated and substantial increase in the number of pupils enrolled at the school. During the past year It has had an average daily attendance in-1 crease of 82 and pupil enrollment has mounted to 1,310. Aviation Talk Heard By Club The importance of Phoenix as a military air training center has been assured by the approval of the war department for building an advanced army training field north of Lilchfield Park. A. Lee Moore, chairman of the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce aviation committee, told members of the Casey Club yesterday. Mr. Moore traced the development' of Phonnix in aviation from the time of the old municipal airport, west of the city, to the present. He told of plans for enlarging Phoenix Sky Harbor development under way at the primary training field north of Glendale. The speaker at the luncheon in the.Young Men's Christian Association building was introduced by James Coles, president. which will be leaders from ifornia, Nevada, and Alaska. elected chairman to be held next Nationai Pacific coast, he ess at Stanford the subject "Public , Plans mfompleted r the Dons Club untain trek will be * e Short Story, Essay Tie For Recognition Two pieces of creative •writing tied for highest recognition this week in the North Phoenix High School Crazy Quills Club's meeting yesterday. They were 'The White Feather," a short story by Betty Jean Alldredge, club vice-president, and "Young Men of America," a patriotic essay, by Albert Carpenter, a freshman and newcomer to the club who won last week's honors. Next week the group will adjourn its meeting to the home of Pat Pollock, a club member, for a wiener roast. Pat Haire is president, and Miss Helen Morgan is supreme critic. two evenings, Dons and Donnas in nave visited resorts " of the Salt River the trek among KUPYOUR BILE- Rann' »°»r2 Pint, of Me Juice x-et ay. MANY PRAISE "EAT CANDY PLAN AYDS Candy, eoten o« directed, tends 1o «urb oppetitt for fattening foods. NO DRUGS1 NO IAXATIVBI Vitamins A, Bi end D. 30 Day ' Th* Original. Sold IY Ix-ndlnj JV-pt. Stom * Drug Counters KIDNEYS iir MUST REMOVE EXCESS ACIDS Help 15 Miles of Kidney Tube* Flush Out Poisonous Waste f < ™«- ou get con- led 80nr . eunk and the world Pint* o£ bile flow" CLEAN HOT WATER Year after Year With a New AUTOMATIC GAS WATER HEATER If it's a HOYT the water's HOT Will buy a genuine HOYT automatic Gas Water Heater ... and it can be financed on the liberal terms of The O. S. Stapley Company EVOO5IE PURCHASE PLAN. Hoyt is the leading automatic Gas Water Heater of the West with 32 years of water heater manufacturing experience. 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