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Casa Grande Dispatch (Newspaper) - April 15, 1932, Casa Grande, Arizona SOURCE OF GRANDE VALLEYS SUPPLY GREAT DA THE VALLEYS GREATEST NEWSPAPER WATER SPELLS WEALTH TO CASA GRANDE VALLEY FARMS VOLUME 23 Yearly Subscription CASA GRANDE ARIZONA FRIDAY APRIL 15 1932 Single Copy 5c No 17 Annual Club Floral Show Opens Today Lay Urged As Candidate For Highest Presbyterian Office Rev Dirk Lay missionary of the Pima Indians at Sacaton and president of the Casa Grande dictate to the general assembly respectfully recommends to the assembly consideration of the No Change In Number Of Trains Runs For Governor Will Casa Grande Womans Rotary club was recommended i qualifications of Dr Lay fitting Schedule Changes p for moderator the highest office him for the moderatorship j Still Keep Two Trans ClUD to Present jn tne church by the Phoenix i Dr Lay and Rev Joseph Well t Presbytery which held its meet nf Clarkdale t nere or r lowers jng phenic Wednesday Sim iar action has also been taken PROGRAM IN EVENING by Presbyterian synods in Phil ington of Clarkdale representing the clergy and R L Sassman J Higley and Victor Manuel Phoe j EFFECTIVE APRIL 24 the sion The election of the moderator comes up at the general assem bly of the Presbyterian church Resolved that the presbytery of Phoenix while not desiring to adelphia New York San Fran A A cisco and Los it was Community ChorUS Ana announced at the Phoenix ses Fine Arts Group to Give Entertainment The annual show of the j ix presbytery read a and will continue through a pro gram which will be given tonight The evening program is being ar ranged by the Community chorus and the Fine Arts department of the club and will begin at oclock Exhibits will be received during the morning The committee in charge will be Mrs H Dobyns Mrs J L Boyd Mrs V S Owen Mrs H C Hager Mrs Bolena Lou than and Mrs M Doak the afternoon visitors wll be served fruit punch by Mrs James and Mrs George Hall Proceeds from the small admis sion fee to the evening program will be divided between the Com munity chorus and the Fine Arts department to pay for the music of the former used during the wint Continued on Page 8 4H Club Work Is Explained To Lions At Regular Meeting Benefits of work to the boys and girls of the county were explained to members of the Lions club by Mrs Avis Talcott Wells county home demonstration agent at the regular luncheon of the club Wednesday The speaker told of the organiza tion of the club work pointing out that federal government state and county cooperated in carrying it out The organizations receive their name from Head Hand Heart and Health because it trains The chil dren in the use of the first three and pays particular attention to the health of the young girls The clubs organize themselves nix representing laymen were named delegates to the gen erai assembly i Early Arrival of Number During the Presbyterial held j Starts With separately Mrs G E Richerson I T i of Casa Grande was named presi New lime 1 able dent of the Womans missionary 1 organization The list of officers j Changes in schedule contemplat also includes Mrs L J Hammer ed by the Southern Pacific ifor of Casa Grande as recording sec and Mrs H H McCown as childrens department sec Casa Grande Club To Have Vice President Candidate At Convention At Prescott Casa Grande and southern delegates to tne state tion meeting at Prescott which op ens Tuesday will seek the election j of Mrs Charles H Prather of Casa I Grande as first of the organization Mrs Prather who is a past president of both the Casa Grande club and the southern district is being proposed by thei Casa club and has received the endorsement of the district i Only one candidate for each of the five elective officers have been proposed although it is possible that others will be entered before the final balloting takes place Be sides Mrs Prather for first vice president those who will be nom are Mrs W C Haughtelin of the Delta Club at Yuma for president Mrs G L Bissinger of the Peoria Womans club for sec ond Mrs W H a member of the day Club of Prescott for recording I secretary and Mrs B L Murphy j of the Globe Womans Club for the office of treasurer I All of fleers oli the Arizona feder ation are elected for a term The corresponding secretary is appointed by the president upon Pima Indians Will Give Tribal Lands For Model Village Tribal lands of In dians will be given as a site for the construction of a model In dian village Mrs Mac Rae leader in the movement an during the past week According to Mrs MacRae a council attended by 50 Pima In dians at Casa Blanca decided to deed the tribal lands near the forks of the Casa Grande and Coolidge highways about a mile south of the Sacaton bridge for the purpose A formal letter con firming their action is expected by Mrs MacRae Time Limit For Seeking Loans Near j April 21 will maintain east and west bound transcontinental trains on the line through Casa Grande J F Brown local agent for the i Southern Pacific said this week j While it is likely that trains num her 103 and 104 of which the for mer runs through Casa Grande are likely to be discontinued there will i be new transcontinental trains placed on this line which will serve j Casa Grande The change in schedule will also include the earlier run for train I number 107 which was ordered by the corporation commission when it refused the application of the Southern Pacific for discontinuance trains number 107 and 108 While the reports are not I cial and the time only approximate i present indications are that the j changed schedule will result in the following trains for Casa Grande I A transcontinental train passing through at about I oclock in the morning and train j No 108 from Phoenix to Tucson which will arrive about the regular i time in the evening j No 107 from I Tucson to Phoenix which will ar rive at about a m and a trans i continental train which will pass through about p m i It is understood that the new transcontinental trains planned as a substitute for 103 and 104 will travel over the Cotton Belt route from El Paso serving St Louis Memphis and other midwest and southern cities Some time ago it was reported that 103 and 104 would be removed and since 103 was the only west bound transcontinental train thru I Casa Grande considerable interest was shown in the new schedule Cut 01 15 Per Cent In School Expenses Favored At Parley Casa Grande High School Reduction of 31 Per Cent In Tentative Budget is Largest Reported At Conference of All Districts in Final GENERAL RALLY SATURDAY Highway Committee Planning Recommendation For Lowering Road Costs General Group to Meet Saturday Morning to Draft Final Report K Berry Peterson attorney general last week entered the race for the Democratic nomina tion for governor Besides Peter son Dr Moeur of Tempe and Andrew Bettwy of Nogales have announced Fred Slitter of Bis bee is expected to make his for mal statement in a days and Governor Hunt is considered cer tain to run Recommendations that a general reduction of at least 15 per cent be made in the budgets of all school districts in the county were adopted at a conference in florence Satur day attended by school board members representing every district in the county members of the Taxpayers school com and Mrs Margaret T Ran dell county school superintendent The school slash is expected to be followed by recommendations for reductions in the general and Taxpayers Urged to Attend Meeting In Florence Saturday her election to office while the re Henness Warns That Ap elect their own officers and plan tiring president automatically out their work with the aid of lo comes the general federation Must be Made Before April 30 cal leaders and the county agent Each of the clubs seek to do a specific amount of work and rec ords are kept of all achievements Each year local achievement days are conducted when the var ious clubs display the work which they have done during the year unless it is in baking in which case they make pastries especially for the occasion The best ones com pete in the county days held after the local ones The speaker out that one of the main values of the idea that it teaches members the joy that can be found in homemaking At Wednesdays meeting atten tion was called to the district con vention which will be held April 24 and 25 at Phoenix rector Members of the Executive Board at the present time who have been One Sentence News Items President Paul von Hindenburg serving in this capacity for the two ji Warning that short time j of Germany issued an emergency Acceptance Of Contract Is Postponed Extension of 60 Days Is Agreed Upon in Sale of Substation Action upon the contract with Salt River Valley Water Users association for tne sale of the sub station and main delivery line was postponed for 60 days by the di rectors of Electrical District No 2 at their regular meeting at the sub station Thursday April 7 The ex tension was granted in order to give the United States Indian de further time to analize the Dibble report concerning the proposed merger of the activities of the San Carlos project and elec district No 2 C C Cragin general manager of the water users association was present to discuss the proposed The importance of taxpayers of Casa Grande attending the general meeting at Florence Sat afternoon at oclock was stressed yesterday by E C Grasty Casa Grande member of the general committee Mr Grasty pointed out that while the various groups have been busy working out recommen dations their efforts will be han if the session at which they made their tions was not a representative one of the taxpayers of the coun ty The gathering will take place at the Pinal county superior court room In the court house at Florence and will be open to all taxpayers of taxpayers who will make reports at the general taxpayers meeting which willbe held in Florence at oclock Saturday afternoon Announcement was made at the school last Saturday by members of the Casa Grande high school board that a cut of more than 30 per cent has been the tentative budget for the high school district A savings of approx win result from the drastic changes which hare been Last year the budget amounted to nearly This years budget will provide for to tal expenditures of a little more than Largest Reported The reduction of the Casa Grande board was the largest re ported during the al though many of the districts told of their plans for slashing the bud get well below previous years According to members of the Casa Grande board the reductions have been made by eliminating all but absolutely necessary expenses The manual training department will be discontinued thus saving the salary of one teacher Financ Team to Battle Flor ing of at tte wiu Local i earn to came nor abandoned making a consider ence Squad in Return j able in athletic equipment and transportation of teams reduction of from 10 Casa Grande Nine Swamps Indians 171 year term to be concluded very remains for farmers to make appli decree ordering Adolph Hitler contract Mr Cragin disagreed with soon are in addition to the state cations for federal seed farm loans Nazi leafier to disband his Continued on was issued this week from the of I flee of K K Henness county agri Mrs K K Henness to Serve As President Of Matinee Musicale At the annual election of the army of National socialists regarded as the strongest political the opinion expressed in the Dibble report that the contract would organization in the nation make a solution of the San Carlos j District No 2 plan more difficult I but declared his willingness to co Governor Roosevelt of New operate in working out any plan York maintained a big for the which would be to the best inter democratic nomination ifor presi est of all concerned and was will dent a total of all votes including ing to see an extension of time i the Nebraska primary which he C H Southworth engineer of Inee these loans are urged to get in Murray and the Kentucky conven the San Carlos district was pres touch with K K tion which instructed its 26 and presented a resolution i cultural agent Applications for loans under the reconstruction fi i nance act must be in the hands of i the Pinal County seed loan com 1 in time to reach the Farm seed loan office in Dallas not later than April 30 1932 Parties interested in negotiating carried two to one over Garner and Mrs K K agricultural agent at Casa Grande gates to support Roosevelt the fig adopted by the directors of the dis seras at and John ores were as follows Governor who lias as vite T dent and program supervisor this at Florence Complete Roosevelt 216 o o i tori tn information relative to the regula Lewis 50 James A Reed reert Mrs 9 tions covering these loans and those j falfa Murray 23 Alfred E fo sene with be secured from Smith 1 in novA fT TT1 The maximum loan to any indi Henness were Mrs G E Smith Mrs Parl Three fourths of the present ar Mrs vidual is and the maximum working force of 950 men at the i George Sellers secretary Mrs W amount per acre for field crops is Miami Copper company at Miami Two Casa Named Delegates To Republican Meeting i a y i UID w t w iij Judge P D Overfield and P M R Scott members of the loans per acre may be will be laid off May 15 according Leonard will be the Casa Grande at large Mrs S S Dykes made for truk crops per acre to a notice signed by F W Mac the Republican state and Mrs B D Reazin ben for irrigation No lennon general manager which convention which will be held in loans wll be made to any applicant was posted Wednesday Tucson April 30 They were named PARTY TO BE who nas a means of livelihood I among the eight Pinal county dele other than farming nor to a minor Phoenix banks have notified Gov protesting against the pro posed contract and asking the di rectors of No 2 to cooperate with the government in working out a satisfactory plan for the utiliza tion of Coolidge Dam power in the valley gates at a recent meeting of the county committee in Florence F M Pool of Superior county chairman presided Judge Over field the necessity of greater economy In the administra tion of government particularly municipal county and state He emphasized the importance of the present tax problem Other Pinal delegates besides Judge Overfield and Mr Leonard are J W Ewing Oracle precinct No 8 Geo Steiger Ray precinct No 12 M Twain Clemans Flor precinct No 1 H G Richard son Florence precinct No 14 F M Pool Superior precinct No 2 C A White Superior precinct No 2 f t Miss Helen Nolan Is Elected President of Club Junior Womans held its an election at the tegular busi ness meeting Tuesday tevening at the Womans club the officers elect ed assuming their duties the last meeting of the current year Elect ed to fill the offices were Miss Hel en Nolan president Miss vice president Mrs Virgil Lynch secretary and Mrs Emil Meyer treasurer These officers succeeded Mrs C A Clements president Mrs S S Dykes vice president Mrs Harry secretary and Mrs Loyd treasurer Mrs Clyde El rod has been designated to repre sent the Juniors at the State con vention to Prescott next week Masonic Lodges To I Stage Joint Picnic at Sacaton April 24 I I Masons of Coolidge and Casa i Grande will join in a picnic to be given at Sacaton Sunday April 24 The occasion is ithe picnic given annually by the Casa Grande Lodge but this year the Coolidge lodge will also take Invitations have been extended to the mem bers of the Florence and Chan iller lodges to take part All Ma i sons whether members of the local lodge or not are urged to be pres ent Those attending are asked to Dr J Thornber s latest cacti Also no loans will be made to fl Arizona for the establishment of a take their lunches dinner being book The Fantastic Clan and nance or assist in financing the recreational and sport club at Tia served at oclock The pro Raymond L Snakes of planting of an acreage of cotton by Juana Lower California POD f w C run NQ joan wjn any appii ernor George W P Hunt that no A bridge party for the benefit who did not operate a farm state warrant will be cashed until of the library fund of the Womans jn 1931 NO loans will be made for further notice because of the fact club wiH be given at the club house a total acreage of crops in excess that state funds have been ori the evening of Tuesday April Of the average of the acreage ed and are expected to remain in 19 at oclock Mrs W H i planted by the borrower in 1930 j that state until the middle of May White is chairman of the 1931 when tax collections for the half tee in charge of arrangements Loans will not be made for the year now being made by county small admission will be charged purchase of machinery or livestock treasurers reach the state treasury and proceeds will be used to for the feeding of livestock oth chase additional books for the 11er than work stock used In crop 1 President Ortiz Rubio of Mexico brary The club members are or for the payment of i canceled a concession granted in particularly in obtaining taxes debts or in terest on debts j 1928 to Wirt Bowman of Nogales to 12 per cent in the salaries of The Casa Grande baseball team teachers also is included in the re massacred the Sacaton Indians in policy of the Casa a hard hitting battle at the local Grande board Transportation items diamond Sunday afternoon 17 to j wnl reduced by eliminating the 1 The Casa pounded paying Of allowances to parents the ball hard in every inning while who transport their children to school in their own cars This is Continued from page 4 Jimmy Armenta who performed on the mound for the locals held fne Indians to six tallies The batting assault of the vict ors was led by Chavez Howard Prather Dave Cruz and Grinnell Grinnell obtained a home run and i three singles in six times at bat his homer being one of the longest Death Takes Father Of Casa News of the death in Alsace on hit on the local lot Chavez March 30 of their father has been ed four singles in six times at received by Mrs Harry Mandell Cruz a home run and single in three and Mrs Emil Meyer of Casa trips and Prather two three bag Grande Daniel Mandell was 78 gers and a single in four tries years old and his death occured at a total of 221 Danendorf Alsace within a day Casa Grande made hits The score by innings Sacaton 1 Casa Grande 413 Batteries Wiston and Adams Armenta and Peters Umpires Keith and Booth The local nine will journey to Florence Sunday to try to get re vense for the defeat of two weeks ago With Larry Prather added to the local lineup and other changes made the team is expected to show much greater strength Annual Inspection of National Guard Company Conducted Company D 158th Infantry the Casa Grande unit of the Arizona National Guard was given its annual or two after he had given his 0ml youngest daughter in marriage It was the first time he had been present atthe wedding of any of his daughters although five of them are married He had lived all of his life in retired from the grocery business a number of years ago Besides his daughters in Casa Grande he leaves his wife four other daughters Mrs Albert Vohs Clovis N Mrs Pierre Hersent Paris France Mrs Simon Weil Brumath Alsace and Miss Reine Mandell of Danendorf Alsace and two sons Armand Mandell of Clov is and Felix Mandell of Amarillo the the borrower In the spring of 1931 SCOUTS MAKE TRIP TO STEWART MOUNTAIN Will Twenty boy scouts accompanied j Catholic Church At by Scoutmaster Cecil England i T i spent the week end at Stewart 1 oday Dam where they instruction In campcraft wood Although a new trial might re sult in a verdict providing for a death penalty Lloyd Dye charged with the killing of a rancher near Los appealing the ver dict of guilty of first degree mur der with life Imprisonment which i was returned last week at his sec Bishop Daniel J Gercke of the ond trial his first trial verdict diocese of will be of guilty of second degree murder set aside on his mass I gram will be in charge of the Cool i members Local arrange ments are In charge of George Lln gard and B D Reazin Casa Grande Rotary Club Members Back From Mesa Meeting k Tn tain J Thursday April 7 Captain U S government inspecting of arrived Wednesday evening and spent all day In Casa Grande in connection with the Inspection During the morning and after noon the officer Inspected the ar mory and equipment as well as the paper work Captain Guy Baker commanding officer of the company entertained Captain at din ner others present including Cap Redden of the medical this week and upon receiving the Hughes member of the convention honor will make the fifth Eagle ta thJ K x credentials committee were among Scout in the Casa Grande troop Saturday evening all the Eagle Scouts of Council are a conj defendant in a damage suit I filed by Lamar 18 film tended the district convention WM Rt Mesa Scouts o to atana are cul by ih I WM np R esa s to meet at a Tucson cafeteria where win assist H T ta UP t I The attendance cup offered by Past win assist Bishop Gercke tacked him because he had kept t an Eagle Scout fraternity will be at Jnass organized according to the plans of J 5aZen COLLEGE CLUB TO HOLD wife Bebe Daniels waiting at a studio cafe Those attending from Casa Grande are James and Lee Petty Gordon Hardesty and White MEETING WEDNESDAY Portes Gil former pro The April meeting of the Casa i visional president of Mexico and Governor Fred Shaffer went to a valley club the Florence Rotarians capturing the trophy The Casa had high corps of the national guard Lieu tenant H F Dobyns Lieutenant F A Kohn Sergeant Jack Warren and Sergeant Earl Sell National Guard The Inspection of the armory began at oclock with three officers and 49 men on the floor The schedule as promulgated by the Militia Bureau was followed Saturday the entire troop College club will be held subsequently minister to by England are motoring Wednesday April 20 at the home his p ans of to Tucson where they will attend of Mrs Raber Anyone desiring Politics his defeat for the the annual field meet of the are requested to nomination for governor of his Una Council telephone Mrs Sellers phone 139 i home state of L in vetoes i uau 111KU praise for Harold W of out The inspecting officer who was elected district Captain Baker on the condl governor He is superintendent of i tion of the supply room declaring the leaching plant of the It one of the best appearing which tion consolidated copper has yet inspected The official and a past president of the Miami i results will not be released for an club month Burglars Break Into Drug Store At Eloy A second robbery in the Hines Drug store of Eloy since it was opened occurred Saturday night Holes were bored around the lock of the door in the rear of the build ing Because of an iron bolt across the door the person was unable to enter by this means the glass they entered through the front door escaping with clocks fountain pens and cigarettes MR AND MRS W H AVERY who spent the winter at Miami Florida were Casa Grande visitors last week en route to their home in Los Angeles The T April 6 April April 9 April K April 11 April 1 April 1 7 S 96 1931 MX Mn 49 61 46 55 54 63 52 49 1932 MX Mn 91 86 86 93 92 96 98 95 39 38 42 41 48 45 46 51
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