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Page Ten O Arizona Republic, Phoenix, Thursday Morning, February 20, 1941 Telephone 3.1 Group Of Pickets SILVER CITY, N. M., Feb. 10- and women charged with violating a superior rourt injunction by picketing the Bruce Church Company, produce shippers. The pickets were identified in the complaints as members of the United Cannery Agricultural Packing and Allied Workers of America, an affiliate of the Congress of Industrial Organizations. Those arrested were jailed in lieu of $100 bonds each. The injunction, issued Monday, enjoined workers from "picketing, interfering with or otherwise molesting" property of the Bruce Church firm. The company denied a labor dispute existed and declared it is willing In hold an election on bargaining rights under supervision of the National Labor Relations Board. Horton, former manager of the Mortezuma branch of Phelps Lodge Corporation at Nacozari, Mex.. last night. Horton's car went out of control and overturned. He was connected with the Moctezuma branch for 33 years, about 13 of them as manager, retiring last July. Survivors are his wife, a son and a daughter. o School Project Phoenix Success Seen A "very good financial report"; for the recent rodeo project of thej Phoenix Junior Chamber of Com-j nerce is indicated by the preliminary figures, Alfred Manning, general" chairman for the event, toldj friiow members at iheir dinner! meeting in Hotel Westward Ho last; night. ! He said it was anticipated definite] figures on the expenses and income! could be furnished at next week's; meeting. i Reports on the parade were given 1 by Hcrschel Collins and Joe Pond. Roy Heyne reported on the publicity and Eli Gorodezky on the ticket sellers. Each speaker devoted considerable time to thanking; everyone who aided in making the! rodeo a success. Even the wcath-j erman was forgiven for the rainy j Saturday. i It being Americanization Week, as observed by the United States Junior Chamber of Commerce, R. C. Coulter, agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation, discussed the relationship of his organization to national defense plans. He said the 1,500 agents now cm- ploved by the bureau could not have undertaken the added duties ! zon a _ _ presented by protecting the nation-; up S500~'in"its "isVl" budget" to be! al defense plans, were it not for the expended as prizes for 4-H Club 1 whole-hearted co-operation of other'and Future Farmers of America Jaw-enforcing officers throughout: contest winners, according to Sher- the nation. iman Hazeltine, association secre- "Work of checking sabotage or I tary-treasurer. .its program for ; farmers. -- ...-, , »..„...„„„. banks also are pre- is necessary to let the small fry; pared to assist them, he said, par- go many times in order that they iticularly in the matter of calf will lead us to the man higher up. Joans. We must find out what informal ion they are seeking and to whom they are" delivering it, before we stop them." The speaker was introduced by Mr. Gorodezkv. Loren Crosby re- -.» .» **•••.«« «».•.». ^»»i .... ,., .. ported more than 30 inquiries con- YUMA . Feb . 19-(AP)-Nancv! o 1 u fV ha " vou havl to cerning the noncollcge civilian pilot Kelly , ig.year-old brunette film ft -training program have been re-i sjar f cti and Edmond O'Brien. 25, ' ceived at the Jaycee office since j New York and Hollywood actor, FUGITIVE ON A DUDE RANCH by STEPHEN PAYNE WHAT HAS HAPPENED: With the connivance of her uncle John William Smith, Nancy Smith is leaving Philadelphia for Perriwell's T Slash dude ranch at Jimtown, ^1 COPYRIGHT 194O 6V STEPHEN PAYM& " _ dude ranch at Jimtown, »\yo., A nnvrnlfll' because her socially ambitious f^.fSjJIWU-1. stepmother Pauline insists she A rizona Banks Approval of a 535,830 Work Projects Administration project for improvement of buildings and grounds jat the Arizona School for the Deaf and the Blind at Tucson was re- iceived here yesterday from Wash- jington by J. B. Francis, member jof the board of directors of the school. I The fund is to be matched with istate money appropriated by the J14th legislature two years ago. Aid Farm Clubs\WJ inning PRESCOTT, Feb. 19—The Ari- j » ~ Alllllllji ma Bankers Association has set | •—' „„__ Contract sociation secre- espionage cannot always be han-1 This is a part of died like the pursuit of a bank | aiding young farmei robber or kidnaper," he said. "Iti Individual" banks Fz7m Stars Wed By THE FOUR ACES (David Burnstone, Merwin D. Maier, Oswald Jacoby, Howard Schenken, world's leading team-of-four, inventors of the system that has beaten every other system in existence.) A BAD CONTRACT "This is exactlv the sort of hand w T n * j lhat ? ives us most trouble," writes J Hffia Kit eS\ a st - Louis reader, "so I copied it .- ,. , about it was announced last week. Chicago Paper Lauds Phoenix drove here from Los Angeles today and were married at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The elopement was no surprise to their Hollywood friends. The ; bride's mother, Mrs. Nan Kelly, said in the screen capital they had • Copies of a recent issue of the j been engaged almost three years. Chicago Herald - American which; Occasional lovers'quarrels mark- contain a highly complimentary ar-, ed the romance. Mrs. Kelly said, the tide on Phoenix and the Valley of latest ending last night when the Sun have been received here •by the Phoenix Chamber of Commerce. : The story, published February 9, carries an eight-column headline, North, Dealer East-West vulnerable * A 6 v? A Q 8 7 S O A Q 10 < * J6 A J10 6 S V7 J 10 4 2 032 + K 7 I » « 9 I 8 7 4 S AQS 5 2 N W El couple dined together. "When I woke up at 3 o'clock this i morning," Mrs. Kelly said in Holly- j wood, "and found Nancy wasn't i home, I knew something had hap-! , Yuma." "Lovely City Grew From Ancient pened. I was afraid she might have Ashes in the Valley of the Sun," j been in an accident. I stayed up an.l centers on the origin of this H nt M, she tel<? P hone d me from community's name. " Written by David E. Caesar, it concludes with a description of the- 1 forthcoming Dons Supersti- j tution Mountain trek. The story :s a full column in length and was written from data supplied by the chamber's publicity department. Speaking of the "modern city of Phoenix," Mr. Caesar wrote in part: "Spacious resort hotels and guest ' James Martini, fo'rmef immiguation ranches surround it. Many fiestas, officer at Nogales. Martini was indicted May 28, Court Smuggling Case TUCSON. Feb. 19—(AP)—The U. S. District Court here has dismissed charges of conspiracy against A KQ 8 7 J v? K 5 0 K J 5 4 10 9 4 The bidding: North East South 1C? Pass 14 20 Pass 2 NT 3NT Pass Pass West Pass Pass Pass "West opened the clubs, and that was the end of us. We soon saw ithat four spades or four hearts rodeos and other typical events cram the calendar, as Old Sol beams ; ; 1939, was with Louis A. Bolla, San , . , down on a thriving, bustling I Francisco, on charges of conspir- American community where thou-ling to smuggle aliens across the sands of tourists make their win- 1 border. Martini was accused also ter homes." School Library Club Offices Are Merged Both the financial and secretarial duties in the Phoenix Union High School Library Club will be held by one officer, according to a change included in the unit's constitution this week. Appointed to fill the combination post was Billv Russell. A project designed to acquaint freshmen and other new students with library procedure is being carried out by membens. Delegates from the club will visit all home rooms to present short talks on this subject. Other officers to serve for the second semester are: Joyce Spurlock, president; Kathryn Parnell, vice-president; and Peggy McClean, program chairman. of accepting a bribe, a charge which prosecutors said they have asked authority for dismissal. Bolla died last year in a federal prison. HIGH CARD VALUES of the FOUR ACES SVSTCM ACE KING QITEX JACK Total Value of Pack 26 Arcracp Hand 6V4 stepmother Pauline insists she marry Hudson Alexander. Nancy fears Pauline will use the money Nancy inherited from her father to back him in a theatrical venture. Nancy's heiress chum Marcla Farnsworth wires for a ranch reservation, using her own name, confirmation to go to "William F. Waller" at Smith's office. Donal:! Sturgis, young garage mechanic, jumps at Smith's idea that he get a job at T Slash and look after Nancy. Smith gives him expenses money hut in a crowd Smoothie Dick, Alexander's tool, "lifts" Don's roll and Smith's wallet. Smith suspects Don and signing himself Waller, wires the Jimtown Sheriff to arrest Don. Trailing Nancy, Smoothie learns she now has the securities representing her inheritance. To doublecross Alexander, he. follows Nancy, wiring Sol Perriwell as "Roger J. Barclay" that he's a ranch buyer. Don "rides the rods" to Wyoming and is known at T Slash as Cinders Malloy. At the Jimtown stage station Nancy induces Roberta (Bobbie) Rowland, new ranch maid, to change clothes and identities. Complications begin when Don surprises Nancy reading a letter from her uncle addressed "Marcla Farnsxvorth." Young Tony Perriwell proposes to Bobbie, thinking she's the Farnsworth heiress, and is accepted, and Kirk Maxwell interviews her for a society paper. Nancy's securities and Maxwell's manuscript are stolen and Nancy's uncle writes her that Pauline's securities were stolen and Nancy is suspected. He flies to Jimtoxvn. INSTALLMENT 28 it's—it's Maxwell's manuscript and pictures! That blue sweater belongs to Maxwell, too. I used it to wrap up the stuff." "Yes, Cinders. It's not—not my jewelry, and—" "Bobbie, did—did somebody find this—this package where you'd hidden it?" "Just what I'm asking myself, Cinders. We'll see. Me must see!" Darting to the flour bin, Nancy plunged both' hands and arms, However his heavy-lidded eyes revealed nothing of what he might be thinking and his bulldog face retained its stolidity. Mrs. Perriwell broke the silence. "By the way, Mr. Barclay, I found this can of beans where your car was parked. Some one has penciled 'Wise Guy' on the label. Does that give you a hint or a clue?" "Beans? 'Wise Guy'?" the man repeated blankly. Then he gasped, "Well, I'll be—" and bit off the rest with a click of his teeth, bare^to the shoulder, deep into thej "The words 'RAT' and 'Double soft flour and brought forth a from the bin small bundle wrapped in cloth, but so coated with flour it was impossible to tell the true color of this cloth or exactly what it might be. When she op'ened the bundle, exposed lay her own pearl necklace, her bracelet, her rings, her brooch, jeweled wrist watch and lastly, a well-filled envelope. With trembling fingers the excited girl drew from this envelope certain stocks and bonds. She noted the value of each. The total ran up to S200.000! Here were the securities of the three Smith girls, Nancy, Elizabeth and Jane! Here also was S50.000 in stock and bonds that belonged to Mrs. Pauline Stevenson Huntington-Smythe. The identical securities that Nancyj had left in her stepmother's dresser r in Philadelphia that night when ]-} l • O " she had left for Wyoming. BedtimC OtOOCS Nancy's voice was a husky | whisper as she asked, "This—ttiis By THORNTON W. BURGESS is what you slipped to me to hide, Redd Hidcs The Fat Hen meters? crosser" are penciled on that torn envelope, Mr. Barclay," said Nancy with pointed emphasis. Sheriff Crowder blustered, "Reckon I've got two arrests to make. I reckon — " "Tony!" Mrs. Perriwell cried. A sound from the dining room caused her to turn and look into the farther room. "Tony, what's hit you so hard of a sudden?" When Anthony Thomas Perri- well had rushed outside, he saw Halfaday Hank crossing the Jim Creek bridge in his stage car. As Halfaday threw on his brakes, Tony was beside the auto. '"Lo, Hank? Bring out any telegrams?" "Why, yen, Tony," said Halfaday Hank, wasn't had me a •I mv done so. reason for passenger. But that comin'. I That old "No, Bobbie. I never saw—" coot a-snoozin' in the back seat. . . ; He's got bats in his belfry or somethin' . . . Crovvder here?" "Yes, he's here. Hank. -The wire! Where is it?" "Here it be, Tony. Drivers Forfeit Cora Frain, 38 appear to answer' charge, forfeited $25 Other fines and city court traffic cases v „ Speeding-William E East Moreland street Brayer, 2126 North S'r „, - - North Thomas E. Carr, For Miss i street, S7.50 each- Roberta Rowland, the new hired!North 12th avenue gal." Gee, Glendale. and i v "Let me take it to her, Hank."|West Lynwood street "Okay." ! Failure to heed a'tfrm j Seizing the telegram Tony bolt-|G. C. Arnett, Mesa S5- . f* ed into the dining room, there to I Brewer, 723 East Henshaw a rip open the envelop and read: 154. a » its "Roberta Rowland: Jimtown.j Failure to heed a honlom-j * Wyo. Yours received. You're j sign—E. A. Wood, 1817 ^y 0 ! crazy if you believe that a pho- land street, Carlos tograph of Nancy Eleanor Smith. """' " I never saw that girl in my life. "PAULINE S. H. SMYTHE." Tony uttered a painful, strangled cry like that of a mortally East McKinley street Byrd, Mesa, Sam E' * 2t f h s ' reet - Eugene, ast Madison Ruiz. East , wounded animal. Rallying in an " n ?,. M . rs - s - £• instant, he thrust the telegram into ,.. - • Brill street, S2 each. Driving without B lur tun ft* his pocket and gulped, "Nothing's .. Driving without an the matter, Ma." license-Garland Fetter, "Is too somethin' the matter," announced Halfaday Hank at the outer door. "What business you n West Phoenix Precinct In Court on condition driving his car 'for NineFreshm&i Get Acquaint Hash dude ranch. (To Be Continued) -, , , _ . , Red dy Fox was m a fix, he "What's going on here?" de- certainly was in a fix. Here he manded Tony Perriwell at the| was wlth a fat hen which he had dining room door behind them. Atj come s "ch a long, long way to his snoulder stood Smoothie Dick set, _and now he had no chance to Barclay. Nancy turned: Cinders turned. In appearance and feeling, they were the guiltiest pair ever to face stern accusers. And Tony was instantly the accused. "The—the missing jewels!" he eat it for Bowser the Hound was on his trail. Now ordinarily Reddy Fox can run faster than can Bowser, hut it is one thing to run with nothing to carry and another thing altogether to run with a burden as heavy as a fat hen. A stocky rider on a tall bay! lose their impassivity. His eyes horse, accompanied by a gentle- dilated, his cheeks twitched, his man in city clothes, who somehow lips tightened; rushing blood strongly resembled a bulldog, rode' across "the Jim Creek bridge and stopped at the cookhouse. Both men dismounted, but only Sheriff shouted. "The stolen jewels!' And!Roddy's wits were working quite the thieves!" as fast as hls le ss. Barclay said nothing. Yet Nancy this" „. _._ "I can't carry this fat hen far," man's chiseled features I thought Reddy "for Bowser' will surely catch me. I don't want to drop it because I have come such a long way to get it, and goodness crimsoned his 'neck and" his face, j knows when I will be able to Heavy steps crossed the dining'catch another. The thing for me oom. "into the kitchen walked!to do is to hide it where I can Sheriff Chalk Crowder alkedjto and the 1 come back and get it after I get ain't yourn? By heifers, 'H •' "Shut up, Hank; Shut up," pleaded Tony huskily, and to escape the veteran stage driver bolted into the kitchen. Halfaday followed, but neglected to accuse Tony a second time because there was too much else of interest tak- , -.„..., ing place in the kitchen of the T Nine midyear freshmen af i "'-- 1 - J " J *• Phoenix High School got aco'i ed with fellow freshmen and bers of the Girls League cL, and the Boys Alliance ConnS , a party in the school EMU (day afternoon, i Betsy Smith explained the W j—of which she is airofficer-wh I Dale Sheets, of the congress, m" i clear the honor system and f I mental school regulations. |and girls from .freshman* ! rooms were hosts and hostesses! Alex Marlines and his guitar! enaded the newcomers with ssa two Spanish, one Hawaiian;! one cowboy—and the party < completed -by games and ments. rices thov in Fan Ja STORIES IN STAMPS By I. S. Klein and Nancy Eleanor Smijh ^_ -..-,, . i Mrs. "p'erriwelC "k'irk"" Maxwell! i '>' this wa >' and "that way for a "Mornin' Ike? Howdy, ma'am?"!Slim Cummings, and Roberta Row- could have been greeted the sheriff. "Hi! What you made despite the uneven trump break and an extra trick would be made if clubs weren't opened. But we couldn't find any way to get to either lookin' at there land. Roberta was first to speak. | "Why, there's the missin' necklace place to hide the fat hen. He knew he had to find a place soon because already that fat hen was growing „. „ „„, „„ ;„„„ „ i .vm, uieies me mttaiii iitx-Mate very heavy. Presently he spied the He saw only an innocuous can d u tn t f th things hollow stump of a tree. He didn't h^nc „ f ,H=H v,i,,» „,.„„,„, — l and ^ ™° e [«* vou told me!know it was hollow when he first ------- saw it, but from the looks of it he thought it might be. The top hPhfc hrrtnon the back of a chair, and lying on P rnon e ac o a cair, an ying on bout Miss-er-Bobbie " the seat of the chair a large brown ,. y „ said T hjs os he thought it might be. The top nn»n P »h • , n PP od fixed on Cinders and Nancv. His jof it was only about two feet above S ho», t f US v < , XPO ! i n" ^ST"!, 16 ?!^" "underwent "a" 'miraculous!the ground." Reddy stopped and sheets of white paper and several' h as H broke im a broad |stood up on his hind legs so as to pictures. ismile for the girl known here as;see if the top of that stump was "Mornin', Chalk? Ike Skittles|Marcla Louise Farnsworth. "\Vhat! no . llow - It was. With a quick look maior-<;iiitr?amp -««««i". \-nam: IM: onuii»|.\iarria Louise *arnswoTin. -wnati"""""- " "•"• If South hids drawlcci - fearhin S into his hip] a re those papers it looks like Bob-| this way and th? two snades over! R 0 ^ !?'***_ J! 11 * 'J hl * s ' u " !»? h« hauled out of the envelope?! fat.hen over , off? And once South shows I ! strength by bidding two no-trump, ! how can North tell that the game i is in a major suit rather than at no Jj trump? Ester McLellan, 1810 East Har-i The cau se of the trouble is a \Afr\mrtn rr OTUan In Battery Case twn snarle<: nvpr ' ULKeL ur J1LS I' 1 "*-- *•>"» »<•"" two rii/mnnrl, I 15 P art o£ the loot which was stol ° •™ ,^ am °!l S :|oHen this ranch night afore last!" "You don't say!" ejaculated Crowder. "I got Tony's not, which vard street, was charged yesterday with simple battery Monday on Dow Jackson Byers, II, three-year- Yep. A brand spankin' fresh tele- misunderstanding shared by many- players. It is not a sign-off for „ „ „ ... _ South to bid two spades on phia, William F. Waller, de: is one reason I'm here That's Maxwell's piece for his paper, huh? . . . Hey, don't pocket your tobacco till I get a whack at it, I got some dope myself. Ike. that way he tossed the into the hollow of We—11, I recovered everything for tha t stump, and then with a sigh you, my sweetheart, ana I caught the thieves red-handed with the loot!" 'These two here's the thieves?" asked Chalk Crowder, indicating Cinders and Nancy. "Can't you see they are?" Tony- was enjoying himself. "See the of relief darted away. With the weight of that fat hen off his shoulders and the worry about it off his mind Reddy could give all his attention to getting rid of Bowser the Hound. He had no intention of running any farther than he must. In the first place gram from that feller in Philadel- hid the plunder in the flour bin. flour scattered all over? They'd j he . had travelled so far that he did ! not feel like running. In the HOLSUM BAKERY . .Is Er/iphoticol(y Independent^ t ' SinjcelSSl old son of H. J. Byers, Phoenix. !the second round of the bidding. The complaint alleges she used It* South had a really bad hand, force and violence upon the boy l h . e could Pass two diamonds or and confined him in her home. i?. now a preference by bidding two 'hearts; for a bad hand must get out of the bidding as quickly as possible. South'; failure to drop the bidding like a hot potato—even if he bids only two spades—is clear evidence he has reasonable values. Of course if South bids two spades, the rest is easy. North can then afford to raise to three She pleaded not guilty and was released without bond pending trial at 10 a. m. February 26 in East Phoenix Precinct Justice Court. Harold R. Scoville, deputy county attorney, said he was told the boy was discovered in the McLellan home, locked in a bathroom, after having been missing about two hours. ,ui*. spades. Note He'said he was told Mrs. Me- L S J?, u I h ' s actual Lellan complained of neighborhood children playing in her yard. K P H O News on the Hour Even' Hour DIAL 1200 ABC & NBC Red & Blue Networks TELEPHONE 4-4161 THUIiSDAV, I-'EBlIfAKV 20, 1341 A. M. 6:30—Marthinc AlonK <i:<15—Th^ Ranch Boys 7:IHl— The I-jirly Mumlnc Musical Clm-k 7:30—Tin- International Insurance Co. ITcsmts The I irst Complete J.'e«h m The Day 7:45—Thr .Musical Clock F:l!i—Financial Service—NBC K::«>—Stun Moore—NBC S:-I5—The Brcakt.isl Club—NBC O'flU—Viennese Ensemble—NBC S::Vt— Josh HiKRins Or Finchville—NBC 8:45—Ari/nna'l. 1'hllrn UpfriRpralor Healers I'resciit The Mid-Mnrnin£ 1'ilitlon Of The News 10:nfv— Frank Hoss. Bnritune—NBC 10:l:i—A Mornine Devotional 30:30— Nntiimal Farm-Home Hnur—NBC .-,.j. 11:13—"Friendly Nelchhurs" Presented By I 9:.IC Alka-t-ellier 11 :HO—>ocial Calendar Or The Air 11:4a— Associated Press News—NBC 31:50—Harvey Hardms. Euntone—NBC r. M. -SlNCI 1921 lOUU CBS PROGRAMS especially that bid of two no- trump guaranteed at least one stopper in clubs. When partners* .bid three suits, the player who j first bids notrump guarantees to i take care of the fourth suit. * * * ! Yesterday you were David Bruce IBurnstone's partner and, with [neither side vulnerable, you held! THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1941 .*il£S!£5 r: Gay Cabalkros E or Your Breakfast * And or,n "-no ns Edition. News 1 !" Chapcl: Dr - Holland - lvster . v Melndv r,n~J-,' re Can Be Beautiful -Mary Lec_Ta> ; lnr_CBS Parkins Itiao-Kitty 'Keene ?. tu(iio Talk -Musical Crosswords 12:110— Midday »»B— rresenled B> c<m-! ] ":->'. — ...... ^. u= ,,, v ,,,, Millilaled Motors, \rnir Kord Pealer 1 3J:"0— Woman's Pace Of Thp iir 12:15— "Joe And Cynthia" Tor The Arizona '13:15— United States Weather 31:0— AuniiiK And Venetian r.llnd Co. 22:30—Vnited States Marine Band—NBC Jl':45—I'mverpitv Of Arizona Program 1 :(lll —t'nncert Master Presents ]::«!—\\allr Time 1 :-*5—The 1'oetry E.Mhancc 2:ln—Out) .Matinee—NHC IMS— Dean Holt. Pianist—NBC l!:nn—Associated Pte-ss Neus—NBC 3:IN>— Sidestreel Vicnettes—NBC S:15—Dar>mc With Clancy—NBC 3:;io—The'Heart To Heart Hour IU ISO—The Pet Corner $}'—•* —The Town Crier ]l:.1O—Poo Concert p. : MT SinRin ' Sam n^rf ports A A Q 10 S 3 V? 7 0 QJ < * A K 9 2 The bidding: T»n Jarobr BurnttoM BehrnkeB 14 Pass 2*y Pass" (T) ANSWER: Bid three clubs. This is a very' strong bid and is perfectly adequate to show your strength. There is no particular virtue in bidding notrump when you have a singleton in one red suit and a single stopper in the other. Score 100 per cent for three clubs, 60 per cent for two no- trumps, 30 per cent for three no- trump, 30 per cent for three spades or four clubs. Question No. 688 Today you are Howard Schenken's partner and, with neither side vulnerable you hold: A A Q !• i 3 ^ 7 2 0 Q 10 4 * A Q J The bidding: Ton Jwwbr Schenkea Maler 14 Pass 2<y Pass What do yon bid? (Answer tomorrow.) •,n ,„ ^- •• •' Orchestra—Nt,L ":SZ An ?e l r1c a ^"?o^ a J S E Sh oT The Air-NBC .'. '"*""« Of The -J2.-00-V.rw. "giiio America" Progra. l:00-Until 6:30! * Orchestra 1 j3—Voices In Sing l" : '«»-J?rr.v Wald'e n, JJ:'??—h™'«W!»r Of Tl iestra—CBS the crook he wants me to lock "Uh-huh-huh." grunted Ike "You lost the last 'un, I 'member. . . . Here's my plug. Chalk." Nancy had "become quite still, as still as towering White Cap peak itself, but Crowder scarcely noticed her. "If I lose this tej'gram no harm done," he rei a grin.. "I memorized •scribin'iYour coming this morning, sheriff, I second P' ac .? ho x Y anted to , g ?J ba , Ck ck up." ; scared the crooks. Thev decidedl' 0 tnat n oll °w stumn and the fat *' ' . '-ito beat it with the swag, 'but didn't! he " J ust a f so , on as possible. '. quite make it. All's clear now| «. ^ as " ' . } on S bp f° r ? except who stole Kirk Maxwell's r e al 'zcrt that it was not going to be manuscript " Spoke the sheriff. "That sure - - - — - so PHS y '° Bowser the Hound. Bowser was too wise to be fooled by ain't clear. Why an'v mug wouldl 00 " 11 " 0 " tricks su ? h a ; s breaking swipe worthless stuff like writin' ^f tn j' 1 b >' .tumping far to one a. iv-Jt tnu n_-j £,iin" j owipc »*«_»! iinirrci OLUII Jirvc vvi JLIU ," he remarked with I and pictures, then get sick of his 'morized 'er. I did. I bargain and leave the truck on Say, wh'ere'd this part of the stuff as was stole come from? Who got it? . . . Ike, what's goin' on up to that first cabin" "Uh, what is?" Ike stepped across was?" side after "running back on his own tracks a little wav, or by run- utii £,uiii miu *ca v t; me LI ui_n. \jn . . 1-11 *. j • the ranch where he stole it feinrng along a fallen tree and jump- danged peculiar. . Say, miss," turning to Roberta Rowland, ing from the end of it as far as he could. Of course he tried these "what'd you sa your real name tricks, but each time Bowser simply •* * * •-*-• ».*-. ... tworlii n Vii IT *ii no la it'itH Hie Tinea the dining room to look out at the door. -"Bluster my fetlocks! Sol and the missus, Maxwell and Slim, Tony and Barclay all bunched up thar! Hi, Chalk. Miss Farnsworth's come out and I heard her say kinda loud and mad, 'Ask Tony who I am. He knows!' . . . Come on, Chalk. Come on, Bobbie. Who's that as come with you, Chalk?" Chalk Crowder neglected to answer the question. But he beckoned to the stranger who had accompanied him to the T Slash, and followed old Ike at a run. Nancy, however, remained where site was, biting her pretty lower lip and staring at the torn envelope, sweater and can of beans that Mrs. Perriwell had left in the kitchen. Barclay's "I found car was these where parked last night," she had reported. "The car's missing!" Quite suddenly Cinders Malloy Sturgis appeare'd at the door. "Even though I'm now a guest," he began, "I'll go on seeing if I can't master the rural art of milking Bobbie, what—?" His eyes had found the articles on the chair. "Cinders, its a showdown. I knew it would come, but I'd hoped against hope the securities might—" Nancy's voice trailed off. "Showdown? I don't get it, Bobie. Of course I saw the si ?rif f and another fellow—deputy maybe, though he looks like a city man— were here and half the ranch bunched at Miss Farnsworth's cabin, yet—what's that stuff? Why, Amusements Today STUDIO—•'Brigham Young" and •Rangers of Fortune." DRIVE-IN — "The Westerner" and "Over The Moon." FOX—"Buck Private," with Bud Abbott and Lou Costello. Also "Arkansas Judge." and PHOENIX — "Torrid Zone' "Village Barn Dance." RIALTO—"The Saint in Palm Springs" and "Six Lessons from Madame La Zonga." ORPHEUM—"Queen of Destiny," with Anna Neagle. S T R A N D—"Captain Caution" and "One Night in the Tropics." TEMFE — "Lone Wolf Meets Lady." with Warren William. **!»•• 6p Until 5 21C After 5 TODAY TmOKE POWER LINDA DEAN DARNELL • JAGGER Also on Today's Big Program gangers ,/Yortune FRED MacMURRAY PATRICIA MORISON 1ETTY BREWER "I told you, Sheriff," snapped Tony. "I told Ma and everybody who she is. She's Nancy Eleanor Smith, soon to be Mrs. Anthony Thomas Perriwell. I've told you| why she came here under the Farnsworth name. Now, darn it. jmade a big circle with his nose ground and picked up let her alone! I hear a car. Somebody's coming. I'll see who With this Tony went out quickly and Barclay sidled over toward Cinders and Nancy. Like a flash, the girl slipped between the two men. "Keep your distance!" "Yes. Get away from me!" barked Cinders. "Get away from Bobbie. Or—" Up came his fists. Recalling how hard were the fists of Cinders Malloy Sturgis. and also how the ruddy-faced young man had deprived him of his "rod," Smoothie Dick obeyed with alacrity. The man who Sheriff Crowder the table and looked at the loot on display. The jewelry received only a cursory examination; the stocks and bonds held his interest. the 's Reddy didn't know that country there at all, and little by he began to realize how much this meant. At home he knew every foot of the ground for a long distance about in every direction. This made all the difference in the world, because he knew just how to lay all kinds of tricks. But here it was different. It seemed to him that all he could do was to run and run. Next story: Farmer Brown's Boy lias a glad surprise. STRUNG CAPITAL, OF INCA E.MPIRE WAS LOCATED IN ECUADOR Quito, capital of the republic of Ecuador, pictured on the map stamp above, has been one of the most important cities of South America for centuries. Before the Spanish conquest, Quito was the capital of the vast Inca empire. Under Spanish dominion, it became a cultural and art center of the New World. The equator, from which Ecuador derives its name, crosses the republic near the capital, but the altitude of the city makes its climate temperate. Most of the cultivated area of the country lies in a high plateau between two ranges of the Andes. Construction of the railroad between Quito and Guayaquil, the principal seaport, was one of the world's greatest feats of engineering. At one point, trains ascend 2,900 feet in five minutes, along a zig-zag road cut in the mountainside. ' Ecuador lies between Colombia, of which it was once a part, and Peru. Eastern boundaries are still in dispute. The country is rich in undeveloped mineral resources. Agricultural products include cereals, fruits, cocoa, and coffee. -Monday, Feb. 24— 8:30 P. M. H. S. Auditorium DIRECT FROM LONDON QUENTIN REYNOLDS Ace News'Reporter • POWERFUL SPEAKER High School Auditorium 15 X. 1st Ave.- Rites For Murder Victim Funeral services for kins, 21-year-old colored girl slai m ( in her home, 1406 East J&diso She street, will be held at 2 p. m.Sat iCan urday in the First Colored Baptt it i Church with the Rev. Qarli »• 3 Favors officiating. Interment wi ('{m be in Forest Lawn Cemetery. ; . , Q,, The girl was killed "by a gab which penetrated her left" fractured her left collail autopsy surgeon reported day. • . - ^ ata ffoei 1402 East Madison street, aiteitte I ™ *Sa i eNi Stor firing the shot which < killed th ami girl and wounded her brother/^^ Wilkins, IS, Monday night latter is recovering in St. Hospital. Smith is being the city jail, — J! — " charges. New COLLEGE, 1 • Warren WUUim ll 'LONE WOLF had come with strode over to | . . . rest for the fxhausted cure for the invalid ... AGUA GAUENTE HOT SPRINGS *Entirely Renovated *Entirely Refurnished S3.50 per nay, American Plan Housekeeping Quarters Trailer and Camp Ground Space P. Modcsti, Mgr. Telephone or Write Acua Callentr, Ariz. 17c UNTIL 5P.M. LAST BIG DAY EROME KERN'S TOPS ADDED SPECIAL "POWER & THE LAND" I CARTOON & RKO NEWS Arizona State Citrus FIESTA BALL Tonight Mezona-Mese Robe natiq grac M hi I. Lin niver ore ( Offic si a f the Pri BARGAIN DAYS^lle ^ T^- Last Times Today 3 fti? Stars In the Same Tlctiiref JAMES CAGNEY PAT O'BRIEN "TOKRID ZONE" Also "Village Barn Dance" NOW SHOWING JOU'lLWANTTO STAY AFTER SCHOOL! NOW SHOWING 29c Til 1 p. m.—Jrs. 25c-!9c THE LAUGH HIT OF THE SEASON PLCS 2nd FEATCHE Weaver Bros, and Elviry "ARKANSAS JUDGE" ADDED THE MARCH OF TIME "AMERICANS ALL" Men From Many Land* .UPE LEON VELEZ-ERROL in Universal 1 * "SIX LESSONS from Madame La Zonga' With HELEN PARRISH (juniors ITc CHI 1 — 21c till •lus THE SAINT PALM SPRING (Sociity'i dti«rt playground) with GEORGE SANDERS ANN SHERIDAN Adm. 25c Plus • TOMORROW • "Kit Carson" JON HALL —ALSO— "Honeymoon Deferred" At3:00and8:4a MR, BARRY/ GOLD WATER, Presents hlj lecture W mntlon picture!E* NATCRAL COL011 A JOURNEY DOW» THE GREEN AND COLORADO RIVH» Starts Tomorrow MADELEINE FKED

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