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   Yuma Daily Sun, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1947, Yuma, Arizona                             1'IIK WEATHEK AT YUMA As By II. s. WMtker Highest lust 21 liours 81 Avi-racc high this date 81 Lowest last 21 liour.s 53 Average low this date ...12 KelaliVL- Humidity at 11 a.m. AND TINIL WEATHER FORECAST TO SUNDAY NIGHT Clear with little change in lein- moderate to fresh i.rly winds. VOLUME 75 Yumu, March 21J, 1947 VOLUMI-: 75 Gila Project Hearing April 8th VILLAL60 IS RELEASED FROM JAIL Police Photo Shows He Does Not Look Like Murder Suspect A police photn from El Monte elearud a man who had been book- ed on a vagrancy charge pending investigation in the? murder of an 131 Monte man Inst month. Ynncio CJomcss Villalbo was re- leased last niyhl from the county jail when a police photo of a man wanted for last month's murder of Anders Lopes in El Monte arrived special delivery. Villalbo had been held by Chief of Police Harold Breech on alle- gations made by the murdered mint's son. Panchu, that Villalbo was this wanted man. The suspect hunted by 121 Mcmtc authorities is called John Toledo and the police nhoto bore no re- semblance td Villalno. Seek to Identify Body of Woman Found in Canal A five state description of. the exotic Oriental girl found floating yesterday on the All-American canal was broadcast in the hope of finding someone who would identify her. The'woman, about 20-ycars-old, had been thrown into the canal .sometime Thursday. it_ WHS esti- mated by medical authorities, and though there are no marks of vio- lence, foul play is feared. She wn.s dead doctors said. The mysterious corpse was ful- ly dressed and showed no assault marks. Dr. Peterson, medical ex- 1 amincr, reported. IN JUSTICE COURT John A. Murray who hud been brought hack from San Bernard- ino to face bum check charges here was held to answer yester- day to the superior court by Jus- tice of the Peace li. If. Lutes. who had beon at large since last summer when he is Sitid to hiivc been active here was held in the county jail on bail by Lutes. Mike Hart, an Indian, who had been accu.sed last June ISth of non-support of hi.s three minor children was brought into justice court on a charging the offense. Judge Lui.es said that last yenr he had suspended proceeding against Hart when the dufundtinl had to reform, however. tho wife. June, brought charges lust week Unit resulted in his ar- rest. A preliminary hearing will he held this afternoon p.m. by Lutes after a postponement because Karl said ho knew no KngliFh. Jeff Miguel. Indian chief of police, will act as inter- preter today, Luti'.s Kind. A hum check on 1 resulted yesterday in the Kayos Self by Hitting Truck While Fleeing Irom Police A 17-year-old boy ran smack Intu a lnirlt yehterday alti-r- nuoii while trying lo elude po- anil knocked himself un- conscious. The juvenile, hrn! heeu fighting willi boys ai Mc- Laren's shell broke away from ril.y patrolmen when they irn-d lo ijihf.slinii him and ran" head- long Into tin1 parked (nick iiml uvt.s (iikcn fi> the General hospital. Hospital aufluiritics said (his morning I hat the hoy recovered consciousness and (hut he taken later iti tlic day to determine the extent of hK injuries. Idle, the hoy is licit! un- der technical arrest al the hos- pital and will be, arraigned he- fore roller. .Imlgi: tfrse! liyrd when In; is discharged from ihe Cl'dcf of I'ollce Harold Ilrccch said. Mrs. C. Naylor, Ft. Yuma Native, Dies at Age 93 Mrs. Conception Naylor, for 93 years a resident of this area, died this morning' at Yuma GnncnU hospital. She was the sister of Mrs. Donald Alclntyrc of Yuma; no other surviving relatives were reported. Rosary will be recited Sunday night at with funeral ser- vices at a.m. Monday in tho O. C. Johnson mortuary chapel. Mrs. Naylor wan horn in Ft. Yuma in ISfJI. had lived all her life in this region. Carrot Demand Reported Slow ____ i For the second day running, tho Yuma carrot and mixers demand wns slow with too few sales to report a market. Miss Cecile I'ursely of Market News .service said today. The lettuce demand was good, however, with the market steady. the service reported. However the Cincinnati nnd Denver lettuce markets were weak, the service said. Mine Disaster Victim Carried From Gas-Choked Tunnel Chinese Woman Taken From Train Here; Son is Born They say wh dug, that's news! lint when Yuma am! the slnrk get together and present a fine intanl MIII to :i charming Chin- ese Jruiii Nanking, China, on her way lo her hus- band. Dr. William Chia U Ilmii Chin, in New Haven, Connect i- cnt, that's i MC ELHANEY URGES CITIZENS WRITE LETTERS TO CONGRESS COMMITTEE Uy -J. ALV1N KlXiKUlASS Daily Sun Importer II. II. MoElhaut'y. prcsitltMit of Ihe Giln Valley Power Disiricl, jus( Hminiinml thai a-spnalf; subcommittee lias Mrs. Chia Li Huai Chia was lentalivdv set Tuesday, April Nth as tho date when hearings on her way to .NYw Haven al- .jj n {0 (livi- tcr u bnef v.sil willi her s.Mer GUa Last your, afier more than two months of hearings, a Aiigrli'S, nnil was strielc- ill nn Ihc train. Sin- was This veiii-'s hearing tiikrn tin- train at VIIIIKI successful filibuster by Caliloi'iiia opposition embalmed the anil itilniittiMl al tin- VIIIIKI (Ii-n- j ..j i-ral hnspltul ill a.m. nesday. li.v III: IS the same j iniiruliiK, tin; stork hull KII! IhiTi- with a luili.v Im.v. 'I'lii- ni'W .....HUT will remain III Vliina j a week's stay. (NKA Teleiihotol Rescue workers, wearing gas masks, carry victim irom con! mine at Contralto. 111., where 114 men arc believed entombed, including 20 already reported dead. A poisonous blanket of deadly carbon monoxide caused by the explosion rolled through the mine's tour mills; of tunnels, making it impossible for rescuers to remain underground long. yas H.S. Drama Club Comedy Pleases Audience liy IDA liKLLK STUTTS Shouts of iautfhler ami chmrk 1 3es of delighted appreciation re 'Phone Company !n Statement on Strike Threat h u si rike ijimcn'.liny A pril 7lh iiiiiunx M'lunlain States Telc- t phone Andrew S. Gib- i bf na, local manager, today rcieas- I uti ;t statement declaring that the "con-oany is evciytliing- in jt.s power to avoid it." according to McElhancy, will he 'short, and leaders from the city and farmers from the Wi'lllon Mohawk area; are leaving early next week for i Washington. McElhancy fervently asked all dtiy.ens. men, women and children, lo address letters to I the senators on the sttb- TOmmiUx'u v.-hii will determine Gibbons that bargaining BULLETINS! D. Johnson who by Lutes to the arrest of Walla was bound over superior court. Johnson is said to have passed ;i check on the department store for Above the Belt By J. Alvin Kugelmass nn.sking- in The. Sun: A red -sat-[ in hair ribbon to Sin grmler Mar-! garet Hamilton for layuig down' teen-age Ui UK omniscient old- .sters Ah, Maggie, if J xvcre just a year younger Il'irold Giss telling the high that clothes mean just that, much (snap the thumb nnd forefinger together) nnd then moot ing a Los Angeles friend who wous 10-! (count 'em) suits The tic lady from Victorvillc who no- ted our diaper st-rvice demand and who nuiy .start one soon Sam Dick who never uses a neg- ative about anyone and who snys: 1 give a furmer n cigar mid he Lluinka me. T tell him, look friend, Thank You for allowing me to afford the money Lo buy you a A-nnio Cftlsy. who.se robin-like 'good morning is balm in gilcad to a newsman Diana, Aged 2V2, Fares Forth For ice Cream Mts, with his nerve ends n a It was ;i round of diapcr.s and hot ties, bottles nnd diapers, por- ridge and kootehie-kootchie. find jrlug-glug nnd porridge for little Mi.sM Diana Dritl.lt! to Uu: point where she got awfully bored. The la.lies in the who got us to sink in a jamjar of water. Tbe great ornngc f la HIM at Ih gas Ktalion fire, a j remembrance of our friendr. who died in an obscure I-'riMirli in northwest in just such flnnii'S. Sundries: The pallid corpse nf j a woman in police court, drink- sodden, her right bund fluttering; So yesUrdi.y. Diana, who s two ,jkc fri nm, j nnd one-hall, took off for the land her rig-1 of lollypop tnrc-s nnd ire cream Htran v in mountauiK from her borne at G21 hl Uli; I'lrst street. street. The CE-XTKAJJA, HI., -March resellers report- ed today that ihe- bodies of all missing miners in Centra Ma Coal Mine Nn. 5 had been fmmd, ntid lhal the MnaJ total of dead in the disaster was 111. The report of the rescuf- squad u'ns ;t nix n meed by coiimaiiy nf- riciuls after a disheartening throe day search in the gas clinked irnrridtjrs 5-10 feet under- ground. .LONJION, .March (U.R1 The Cambridge a 10- It-ngtii victory over Oxford to- day in the, iMilh annual renewal of Britain's ruwbii; classic be- tween the. universities. KO.MK, March es- timated ICnman workers went   thu reason, nevertheless. Our manufacturers on the West CoJisl said tn us- earlier tins year! know, tint your growing, that your _cir: i.s growing with it; and that your businessmen are using .i.jiV and more space. So .we'll you .some more paper." 11 much mot c V we asked. ;is much as last "No, 10 per cent more than last TIM I i.sin Kspociailv with (tur numbor of -.radci.'i growing bigger every iiiv. v. itl: new routes and new on the mailing list. Nearly every day we tell our "Print more papers Jim. AND DON'T WASTK PAPEH." been nos Hhi twice 'Mustangs, out liv urn-run mar- Alvarez in five innings gave up tu North P'lornix's nine hits. two mid nntl to El two: nicked fo I It seemed quite a way nnd she paused nt Seventh avenue, and Third stree.t to suck a reflective thumb when .she wn.s eon fronted by wearing' big guius and viHored caps. The hobgoblins took her in tow and returned her to a humdrum existence of diapers and porridge, and kootchie-Uootchie and bottles until .she goU out on parole. The djinns were of course Pa- trolmen Birmingham nnd Holm who don't under.staml little girls one bit. Car Catches Fire A P.uirk cfir caught fire yoster- dny nt p.m. jit First street nnd Gild but wns speedily cxMn- gui.'ihed with :in Indian pump. Fin; f Mi iff George IlobinHon reported toclfiv. ing on sudden message from the across the river, the bells in the air, bidding gund. be good, he gnud. night, spilling lavish shadows at Yurneen Passes Stares Examination the SP station when I'atil F. N'nckcls ftf VIIIIKI i.s one 111 whn have Uie Ari- C., j 7.0nn Slate F.iir oxitiniiiittioiis nnd 1 win) will br law Vrstndiiy's i-pismlr had -ill Un- uf a thrill'M- foi the n' liids. and nffuri'd the Mig to uvo (Criminal hut Ihi-y rnuldn'l rut it. Tin- had to ;i firs'.- I Yuniji rally the thiid and ffinrlh uul in "T.i-fly" 13 roa d n y. Vic Smith's d Tonly Alva- ri'7. who ran.t- with a KIUV i the last J two hits ni'id j uut.   i omnii-nilaluin of I lie -itiKliMit i-oii.-.- ..lfaelnrers in Canad'l to the Statc.l a boxcar shortage. An I tlvy hiivi- no big warehouses Chief of Harold Bri'i'rh ropnrtod toclny. a reel one, was stolon nn K'YII.M anil fniin Carlos who had the of pailicd it at i.he parkins a llllli- iniirld lininulrr tnil Ihr oppo.-i.iion niliffed a play A hicycle was slnliMi fmni a' .wrnnil :nnl FraniT.felilcr wa.s liini y'oslordi'iy on the schwl first. was parked iCcmllr.ucil (in !''age lot, he told llu- poliee. on lllird and Ochoa in belween. lliink Green was up ncNf and Yuma rnlly, forcing (iarretl's run to iniiKc it (i-7. With the bases atlorney returns to l.os An- Monday niRlit for anolhe on a ncu- contract, tlio old one j having expired last I.leri-niher l.st. Wisely had had a -previous ses- sion last, week that was followed by a closed meeting Thursday of the loeal who demands In-iim''.'! back by being made by labor. 1 lumbi- J trucks. 1 plants. 1 merchandise. I Krass set'd. bay. t grapefruit, I oranges. I1 carrots. mixed vege.t allies. al the university b oulslanding l.-adersiiip aiul sei- ..Mi-fiiin. a h'ir'.icuKnro m s traditions eliaiimiin at lln- jor, versity nnd' a member of Kappa lunvspi int. aoi-ial fraternity. i l1'11'1 Miss is a meinber ni iv.i t" K Chi social sorority. or iatl- Would .accllullll'ltc if the-, if.ma-ir'd in (2i 'Manufacturers haw: found new paper luxury Items, profitaljle to make. I..ilior sl.iifc on the West. lias tied up many a roll of tar Knaril. si-ninr women's honor-1 Ih" i-linrclica for ary and of v.'i'kly annomiciMilcnts, 11.1 Albletio assudatloM. She is We hope phy.sieal edueation mjjor- not. yet been to tabloid (half] tin- KdvwUs'pK. or their moat   

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