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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - March 12, 1945, Yuma, Arizona                               PAGE TWO THE YUMA DAILY SUN AND ARIZONA SENTINEL RATES 2e word for mmy tuVttquent insertion. No ad talcrn for than 35c. Keyed "blind" ads lOc extra. not paid within six days, 20e added to total. Oil-Is wanted. Apply at Triple X Drive-in. 2-12-Gtp n house, 2 baths. -1 Ping-pong table. 3 oil stoves, large i To whom it may concern: Sinc SUM! location. Write box iyii Yuma Daily Sun. 3-12-5tii .AUraclive S room house in Yuma. two baths, 100 foot frontage. jiirVanli! apartment in reiir. One wing of house may 1m rented as itjl. If-desired. Immediate occu- pancy. Furnished or unfurnished. Call Somcrton 21K. Desirable house in Somerton. One available for immediate occu- pancy. Mrs. lUc-hard.s. Somerton 3-12-ltc Baby bed anil chest. Hoc Mrs. Miir- fell Deluxe Court, Apt. 0. :t-l2-Hp lleautlful bungalow suluted, complete kitchen, tan- dem axle, Venetian blinds. A real home, the kind you don't have outside to change your 'mind. See it to appreciate. Rear JjJSsemnly of God Church, Sth AA-e. and Uth St. ask for Dr. Solicit. Radio (cabinet baby bug- gy, steel frame: baby bed with mattress. Larson, Second bedroom home and acreage. iCliree bedroom home immediate possession L. B. Henslcy 'with S" A. Robbing. 370-W. "Very good combination electric 2nd bn-ttei y Emerson, 'radio. WhiteFLaimdry. Third Street. 3-l2-3te Buypn Jackson Centrifugal water 12 inch outlet diameter inch, suction pipe ami ifobt-.yalve. CallRev. A. J..Tosli, Phone Church of the JNaz- juuie Second avc. at Ninth St. ii-12-GLp Norge fuel oil heater, 5 'drawer chest Expandable all sle'el cot. Electric Roaster. 3' point Socketset complete to 1 im.1 p.m. Phone'786--KOU to 8 8-12-1 tp 0 aiic tilde of nth St. and C Near church 'and Crane School. See .Wm. Bailey, Rt. 1. Box Arizona. Household fmulture consisting of two bedioom sets, breakfast set. set, ice box, radio, ings etc C ill at 820 .Eighth ave. 3-12-3tc Nash automobile. Good rubber, new battery Ceiling prrco. Call at-'Firestone Store, 770 S-12-iltfi "One 1937 door'Chevrolet''sedan. 2195 First St. .3-lS-2t.li DESIRABLE INCOME PROPERTY on the'Mesa nt 1129 SIXTH AVENUE For Appointment Call at FOURTH AVENUE Drive-way gravel. Call 590-J3. H. li. ..Gardner. 3-10-lmp Lar0e sheet metal canopy for res- compartment sheet metiil .sink, two water troughs, cases'canned unsweetened grape- fruit juice, gas stove, electric doughnut machine. 'Stlt st. and Magnolia- Avo." Ed Hodges' resi- fltfice.-- 3-10-3tc Chevrolet coupe, good condi- tion. Mrs. Henry Durr. Burr Somerton ave. See Sgt. punch bowl, bear hide rug. Tel- ephone 411. 3-B-3tc Dump truck, household furniture. 4th Ave. and iBth St. Phone Men or women with sales exper- ience. Good opportunity for a j permanent career with unlimited advancement opportunities. Sears Roebuck and Company, Yuma. 3-10-ifi- having stroke in October have used my own money to pay nil family expenses. Joseph C. Coyle. Waitresses; Valley Cafe. 3-0-tfc P.-4. 3-9-31p Baby buggy. 31011 Sixth Ave. 3-S-Gtp Modern two-bedroom house with garage and workshop. Hardwood floors, tile roof, big yard with shade and fruit trees. 177 South 9th Avc. Phone 716-W after 3 p.m. Wool Foam, the perfect cleanser for washing woolens. Yuma YaVn Shop. 423 Sth Street. li-fi-lfc 1939 Buiclt coupe special. Want older car in trade. Prefer 1936 Ford. Welch, Padre Ourccs Apt. No. Street. 3-9-3tp Crib mattress, excellent condition. Tele. IOCS N P.. Thoroughbred rabbits and hutches. 952 First street. 3-2-tfc. 20 foot Plymouth trailer -house, Coleman stove with oven, built in heater and ice box, sleeps four. Priced to sell. Can be seen at Minors trailer court. 3-2-tfc Bowers Little Giant whirlwind feed mixer, 700 pound capacity. Hns not .been used. Is in original crate. Phone 7SS-R3 3-1 -tfc Equity 160 acres new land, S" pump, .12 acres alfalfa, 18 acres prepared planting. Rt. 2. Box 7, Phone TS9-J2. 2-24-tfc Have your small photos enlarged "while you wait." Studio near Post Office. 2-21-lmp 20 acres In alfalfa, Bard, Califor- nia. Nora Stamey, I'M 3 Long- wood Avenue, Los Angeles, 6. California. 2-8-tfc Iron wood per ton. Call 942-R or see Bob Sawers at Cen- tral inspection. 2-12-tfc Yarns, Pattern Books, Needles and Accessories. Free instructions. Hours to p.m., Yuma Yarn Shop, 423 Eightli Street. 2-16-tfc We Are Pleased, to Announce To Our Many Friends and Patrons in Yuma that the Valley Floral and Gift Shop .in Yuma has the agency for Sun Valley Baby Chicks Assuring you of our continued service of high quality chicks SUN Phoenix, Arizona Lay-more tile. Interlocking Build- ing blocks. See Swehson, 460 12th Street or in rear-of 1215 4th Avenue at Block Plant. 2-2fi-lmc Middleaged :man wants evening work of any kind. Phone 092-R. Little Cafe. 3-9-3tp Ironing. 83S Sth Ave. 3-7-8tp. Rtbmts ana cnickens. Rabbit house Inquire at Yuma Cleaners. 3-S-Gtp and chicken house. Call .before Packard coupe for a pickup. 6 a.m. or after G p.m. Oscar F. I Boden. Eighth Street and Canal.! 3-9-3tpj' 22_tt. Indian Trailer, 3 rooms, 8 ply airplane Ures, butane equipped. Small tricycle. Call 713-R. Yuma. Inquire G. E. Weaver j itrailer camp ground, North Som-' -erton. 3-9-3tp ge WANTED TO BUY Yiniu't Upholstery Company. 7KJ Kighth St. Call KM for estimate. 3-10-Gtj, YUMA RADIO SHOP Service and repair work We Call for and Deliver SATISFACTION GUARANTKED Call r.3-1 Second St. Phone 012 Licensed house mover. Will move your house and (rent you -or-etjJae-Uj- Kuurtll_ave.. north of Eighth street, the sec- ond house on we.st sitle of street. J. K. Parker. NEW PROCESS in TYPEWRITER CLEANING Our circulating vat system of denning combined with steam pressure insures most perfect cleaning obtainable. Our plant has the most modern equipment in the southwest. WE SERVICE Typewriters. Adding Machines and Cash Registers. Factory trained experts FLAKE TYPEWRITER CO. Second St. Phone HiiS CESSPOOLS and SEPTIC TANKS VACUUM CLEANED Also 'new ones installed T. MAYBKRRY find OSBORN rhone Yuma Voice and piano lessons. Mr. and Mrs. Clark Haydcn, House of Music, 394. Main Street Phone 738. 2-20-lmp SPENCER KELLOGG SONS, INC. 3M MAIN ST. CAim PLANTERS HOTEL ELDG. FOR FLAX LOANS AND CONTRACTS PHONE COLLECT T5RAWLEY 312 'LOUIS HEAD. MGR. Swalls Richfield Service open for business. Car shampooing, lubrica- tion, gas, oil and accessories. Orange and Third Avenue. 2-13-lmp WASHING MACHINE REPAIR WORK GUARANTEED REASONABLE PRICES 1111 Sixth Ave. Phones 236-J 643-W until for late workers. Milk, bread, kerosene, etc., 8th street and Magnolia. 3-3-tfc Kitchen wanted. Star Cafe. .'i-O-ntc Office Clerk, typing and general office routine. Permanent to per- son able to qualify. Tdeal work- ing conditions, vacation with pay ftnd other benefits. Certificate of I availability required. Apply man- Jiger. Mt. States Tel. and Tel. Co. 3-9-tfc Waitress. San Carlos Coffee Shop. 3-8-1-1 fp Experienced sales lurtv. George's SWe. M-l Main St. 3-0-ntc Soldier's wife with car who can loan money necessary to enlarge rabbitry and market, on percent- age, house furnished. Will pay S'.; interest for money advanced. Twelve years experience. W, W, Curl, Route 3, Yuma. 2-28-lmc Telephone operators heeded: would you like a job that advantages? 1. Permanent em- ployment where you can 'get a- head. 2. Regularly scheduled sai- ary increases, it. Safe, interest- ing work, in an air-cooled build- ing. Certificate of availability required. Sec chief operator, 285 Second avenue, 8 aim. to 5 p.m. 2-16-tfc Men or women dishwashers, cooks, waitresses. Apply Bank Cafe. 3-1 tfc Cook, waitress and dishwasher at VVellton Cafe. Good-living quar- ters.. Call Wellton No.' 5. 2-S-tic Waitress. State Cafe. 3-2-tfc. Boys and girls to set pins. Except- ionally good pay. Yuma Bowling Centei. 1-29-tfc Rodtn and board for working man. 149.S. Ninth avc. MARKETS i'itouitAM is s JKCT TO CIIAXOK WITHOUT MOXO.YY r. M. Hour -lufcM-malim: I'lease Hour 1. Q. Supper Club -Cavalcade Theater -Telephone I lour V. Knltcnhorn Unfinished Business -Itcporter -Hnrkness -Design for dancing News NEW YORK. STOCKS NEW. Y'ORk; March 12 Stocks ralii.ed again today. for .the second consecutive session b U t volume was cut -sharply front the recerit pace. Gains ranging to more than a- point were spread over a _ broad list with, the leaders participating Activity again centered ori Inter- national Telephone whose issues made -new Highs. The Steels, rails oils and mefcantiles provided strong spots. Motors We're' hnr- rowly mixed sugars strong, and coppers firm. The market rose in the "morn- ing and only to wavered at resume its mid-session rise -before closing. The improvement was as- cribed to technical factors with market operators .still moving very cautiously. T1.1KSIIAY A. M. Anything Goes James Alibee News Club SMS News Treasury Salute Smith Star Playhouse Road of Life i Music Shop Yours In Song Music Shop Art Baker Guiding Light -Today's Children Woman in White Hymns of all Churches Woman of America Ma Pet-Inns News Right to Happiness Bnckstage wife Stella Dallas J.orenzo Jones Young .Wiclder Brown Afternoon Reveries Portia Faces Lifn Rhythm Parade News Serenade to America Clem McCarthy ---Aunt Mary Devotional period i News of the World Heart to Heart Hour News Time Out Date with Judy STRIKE HALTS QRK AT COAST STUDIOS HOLLYWOOD, March 12 One of the worst strikes to hit movielahd today kept many cam- eras from turning as. picket lines Were thrown around picture stu- dios: in AFL jurisdiclional dis- pute. Spolteninn for Motion- Picture Producers association estimated craftsmen, declined 'to go through the picket lines. Herbert Sorrell, president of the Confer- ence of Studio Workers which called its nine unions and S.OOO members out on s'trike, estimated or about half the em- LIVESTOCK (U.R) Rjibbits for frying. Mrs. Palm. 952 .First Street. 3-9-3tc 1D42 motorcycle, Chev. motors, and ]Ford motors. San Carlos Gar- 3-9-3tp Interested in small farm, 10 to 40 acres, cleared, with good house, reasonable. Mrs. Max E. Scovill. P. O. Box 51, Somerton, Ariz. 3-9-6tp 3-12-Otp Gray's Electric work a specialty; irons, fans, mixers, motors, all appliances. 50 Sec- ond Street. Phone 460-R. 3-2-lmc 3-9-8tp L, 3 1 Deep well pump, tower and tanks. Jin good condition with SO feet of Around 559. in currency Sunday, .four inch pipe, three quarter return to box M-l 07, Yumu 'horse motor. Also two Coleman heaters. A. F. Post. 435 Avenue. 3-5-tfc LOST Daily Sun or Orange Generous reward. 3-12 Complete repair service, steam washed and paint jobs, on all makes of washing machines. Call 626-W, White's Laundry and Re- pair Service. 1000 Third St_ 2-10-lmc .LOS ANGELES March 12 Cattle salable active, steady to strong; good tp choice fed steers 16.75-17.50; medium to good 15-16.50; medium to good heifers 14-15; good cows 13-13.25, few 13.65, common to medium 10- 12.50 canners and cutters 6.50- D.50; medium to good bulls 12- 13.50; odd head to 14.50; stocks cows 10. Calves salable GOO, active, strong; medium to choice ,calves 14.75-16, odd vealers to 17. Hogs salable 500, active steady; bulk 180 pounds up 15.75; sows and stags 15; medium to _ good feeler pigs 20-21 some held "high- er. Sheep salable 650, n o early sales shorn lambs. COSL'ENZ: RlilnctoisiTs Fortress City Where I'. S. Third Army Raiscri tin- Stars awl Stripes of World War Bridge-of-Boats connecting; Cobtenz 1j with EhrenbreHstein, whose famous fortress- stands 385 fe'et above Rhine Pfaffendorfer Bridge to east bank of i Rhine. In background is Royal Palace once occupied by Kaisar Wilhelm I Eiiroiiui'eKsteln of Kaiser's Rhine de- lobs 400-f6ot Ci'aa over, river Great-.iiioiiumcnt, wilh statue of Kaiser Wiih'eim I iiiark's- tioiiit'where "Rhine the Above are' vimvs uf the Khim-laml citadel .city of Col.Icnz, R'iial of the S. Third Army's lirivc..It is nil interesting emnrideiicc that fife U. S. Thin! Army nc.-upiocl the city after the 1U18 Armistice, anil the Shirs uiiil Stripes flmv over the fortress at EhrelibiTilstdh until HMel liiesim FurKtiMiliof, seen at righl In was famous "spy trap" Tliirif Army Intelligence Corps. Supreme Court .Denies Review of. Ward Company Case WASHINGTONj March 12 (U.R) the lower court's-ruling'threaten-. supreme court today .refus- 'ed to make an immediate review of a lower court decision holding that President Roosevelt was without authority to order army seizure of Montgomery Ward Co.'s plants and facilities. The meant that the case will have to be heard in regular procedure by the circuit court of appeals, before being taken to the'supreme court. The justice department asked for immediate review by. the su- preme court, stressing the case's interest to tho war effort. Mont- gomery Ward joined in the review-. ployes, failed to report for work; over the ot the seizure. Ac'parlv at" R n m Hnpc i ____..i _ Cline Radio Service. :I05 5th ave- nue. Tel. B97. mp the Yuma Daily Sun land Yuma Arizona Sentinel PERSONAL FULL LEASED WIRE UNITED PRESS Mch rrenlnf exctpt Sunday, Mala St.. YllITIK, Arizona, by thp SUD Printing Compeny. at p-iit office it YURIR, Arizona, DI tecood cliivi mattrr. KeprrseDtnllvei Dog. Liver color. Doxie, female. Treasured pet of children. Lost on highway 80 toward 1'hoeni.x. LEGAL DOCUMENTS, WILLS, Reward. Mrs. R. E. Dooley, Box 1 MORTGAGES, CONTRACTS. CO-I, Portales, New Mexico. H-12-Uc A. U. McClure. 2-2-i-2mp BIRTH CERTIFICATES SECUR- Dark wallet, name "Tom" engraved. Contains social secur- ity, bank book, some money. Lib- eral Reward. Thomas Diehl, Pa- dre Garccs Apt. -Main street. 3-J2-2tp Brown inexpensive billfold contain- ing valuable papers, draft cards and about S-IO in cash. Kinder may keep ?10. Send or bring to ED. A. H. KcCLURE. 2-lS-2mp An. N. Mlcblcan AT.. Sao Market St. S. Sprint St. Stewart Street S. W. St. Grant Bulldlnr Vancouvir, B. Hall Btdf. SUBSCRIPTION RATES MAIl-l Month Six Month! ---------------------.........13. V.ai- Cuitoiu.r lavri year by at ft tlmo. CfKKIEKt Mwtt. ....._____ Sk Mwtki M Soldier and wife want room for two weeks. Call Main 300, Ex- tcnsion 217. 3-10-Sl.p Sewing machine, electric preferred. G73'.i Fourth nvc. 3-10-1 tp Daily Sun office. Edwin Larson, rjnaincss girl Phone G8S. ,1-12-tf WANTED Electric Uefrigerntor. Any size. Any condition. Phone 777. 2-22-tfc loan on Los Angels Subur- ban and Yuma ranch property. Write nox F-23D, Yuma Daily Sun. 2-20-1mc wants .single room In private home. Tel. 7SSR-2. 3-fl-fitp MONEY TO LOAN On good security. Write to box As early at G a. m. picket lines were set up by the AFL Set De- signers Local 1421 of the Paint- ers, international. unions whose claim to represent the 78 set de- corators in the industry is being challeneged by the Interna- tional Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employes, local 44. WLD Decision Local 1421 is seeking to force the employers to obey a war la- bor board arbitrator's decision that it be recognized pending NLRB action to allow the set de- corators to choose bc'cween it and lATSE. Local 1421 claims most of the decorators as mem- bers. The government argued that Bill Appropriates to Satisfy Court Judgment PHOENIX, Arte., March 12 (U.R) PHOENIX, Ariz., March 12 (U.R) was raging today through the Richfield Oil corporation's gasblinc storage plant here. -A legislature-approved measure A company official said the fire awaiting Gov. Sidney P. Osborn's Ibrokc ollt whc" stalic "leetncity signature today would appro- caused a gasoline tank to explode. priate S594 t Sophia, Gertie, Gol- den and Daisy Kennedy to satisfy a county court judgement against the state. The bill introduced by Rep. G. N. Baker, of Maricopa county, barely .squeezed through Hie leg- islature shortly before sine die adjournment on Saturday. 40 and 8 Members To Meet Tuesday Phoenix f.-rcmen were battling to the flames from reaching nearby tanks, two of which were expected to explode momentarily. Plans tor attending the big "wrccir.nl Tucson Mur. 17 will be discussed at the regular meet- I.ONTION', March 12 (U.R) Marshnl Slnlln tonight announ- ced the. capture of Knestrin, city S8 miles east (if Berlin. M-l Of., Yuma Daily Sun. inK of the Yuma 40 and 8 voiture Cars In Denier Hands Only about new passeng- er automobiles remained in deal- ers' inventories as of May 1, 1014, at Legion hall tomorrow night, Chef dc Gare A. O. Williamson announced todny. There will he refreshments. Grand Chef de Care James Gnr- re'tt of Somcrton will he making into will be Inltinted that organization at that time. Temperatures PHOENIX, Ariz., March 12 (U.R) -The weather bureau toctoy re- ported the following temperatures fo- the last 24 hours: High Low Chicago 50 34 Denver 53 34 Kansas City 56 30 Los Angeles 6-1 '10 Minneapolis 44- 27 New Yorl; 31 Phoenix........................ SO 48 St. Louis...................... 68 42 San Francisco 60 47 Tucson 77 42 Yuma............................ So 51 EUILETZNS! Mar. 12 over Allied heavy bombers ranged over Gcr.rany today lit give d'.rcct support to the Kcd army in the. and Anglo- American mussed airing the in the west. LONDON, March 12 (U.R! Marshal Stjlin aiihnunccd to- night that Ihe Red Army hail reached the coast of Danzig bay and captured Dirschau, NensJadt and Piizig. ed to impair its ability to handle "future emergencies" growing out of work stoppages. Mcngomery Ward said tha'i. it felt that, the decision handed down .by the Federal District Judge Philip L.. Suillvnn 'in Chi- cago in January was "clearly and inescapably correct." But, -the firm added, the army has retain- ed possession of its property and there were indications, that it might do so until, tiie Supreme court has finally acted. The court' 'denied the rcouest without opinion, saying: M Ui-Jjr- Can You Reduce Cost Yes, it is possible. A Farmers continuing form policy is renewable by mail, thus eliminat- ing the yearly resale cost You save tin's amount. Come in or rail for a quotation on your car. BRENT II. HUFFMAN" 351 2nil Ave. Tel. i-AKMERS AUTOMOBILE "Tiie position for writ of ccr- llororl in tliis cnce is denied for the reason thn'c the application iias been mnde prior to judge- ment -of the circuit; court of ftp- peab." A. A. JOHNSON This Great Medicine Helps Build Up Resistance Distress! Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- pound Is famous not ouly to relieve monthly cramps, headache, bnckache, but Ai-so accompanying nervous ten- Eton, cranky, restless, tired, "dragged out" due to functional monthly disturbsnces._ "V Pinfcham's CompoXind Is what Doctors call a uterine sedative because It has n soothing effect on ono of woman's most Important organs. Taken Erc.it medicine helps build up resistance against such distress. A very sensible thing to It's also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. Buy tcdayi Three year loan on 07 ac- res. Near Laguna dam. Box F-' according to the Office of Price his official visit to Tucson at the 211, Yiimti Daily Sun. 2-20-1 mn Administration. [mccllnir Fi-ltlay- night and (several J. B. BAILEY Income Tax and General Accoiinlhiif 101 Enst 1st Street San Cnrhis Hold Illdjr. I'll. for retell store Men for warehouse Y5JMA COUNTY FARMERS MARKETING ASS'N. 
                            

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