Yuma Weekly Sun, October 6, 1939

Yuma Weekly Sun

October 06, 1939

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Yuma Weekly Sun, The (Newspaper) - October 6, 1939, Yuma, Arizona U- The Newspaper That Goes Home T S And THE YUMA EXAMINER Everythinf in Yuma Around the Sun YUMA, ARIZONA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER S, J939 NUMBER Legal Advertisement No, 1656 OKUER TO SHOW CAUSE In Hie Superior Courl of the Slate of Arizona, in and for the County of Yumu. In the Mallei of the Estate of LILAH B. SANGUINETTI, De- ceased. EUGENE F. SANGUINBTTI, the Executor of the Last Will and Testament of Lilah B. Sangulnet- ti, deceased, having filed herein his verified petition praying for an order authorizing and directing him to extend until April 1, 1941, upon the terms and conditions set lorth in said petition, the time of payment of that certain mortgage made, executed and delivered on March 22, 1937. by said petitioner individually and said decedent, as husband and wife, to Security- First National Bank of Log An- covering certain real prop belonging to the estate of said decedent ami certain other prop- erty, located in the County of Yuma. State of Arizona, and par- ticularly described in said mort- gage, which said mortgage was rccocdcd on the 7th day of April. 1937, in Book 47 of Mortgages at Pago 142 In the office of ths Coun- ty Hororder of Yuma County, Ari- zona, to which said mortgage and the record thereof reference is hereby made for further particul- ars and for a more complete de- scription of the property covered thereby, said mortgage securing the payment of a certain promis- 45 minutes E. 240 feet; Ihenue N. 0 degrees 2 minutes W. along the Section line. 430 feet to the point of begin- ning. That said petition will be heard by the Board of Directors of said district at a meeting of said board which will be held at the office of the said district In Yuma County, State of Arizona, on the 7th ilr.y ot November, 1939, at the hour of 2 o'clock, P. M. Any person having any for objection to the allowance of said petition or any part thereof s hereby required to file the hunie ,n writing in the said district of fice on or before the aforesaid time fixed for the hearing of said petition and is likewise required to appear before the said board at said time of hearing said pet- ition in support of any such ob- jections. E. G. LAWLER Secretary of the North Gila Valley Irrigation District. Yuma County. Arizona. Weekly, Oct. 6, 13, 20. TREASURER'S OFT'JCK Yuma County, Slate of Arizona. Notice is hereby given that S. J. Clausen Jr., has applied for a treasurer's deed to the following described patented mining claims owned by the Desert Queen Gold Company and situated in the Plo- mosa Mining District in Yuma County. State of Arizona: Copper Bottom No. 1, Copper Bottom No. 2, Copper Bottom No. 3, Copper Bottom No. 4, Copper Bottom No. ,5' Copper Bottom No. 6. Copper sory note in Bottom No. 7, Copper Bottom said petitioner individually and'8, Copper Bottom No. 9. Copper said decedent, to the order of Bottom No. 10. and Copper Bot- said security First National Bank' torn No. 11, the United States of Los Angelos. dai.ec March Patent being of record in Book 33 zona. until ten o'clock A. M. Mon- day. November 6th. 193D. for fur- nishing and installing in the Yuma County Sheriff's Office: One (1) Water Cooler, elec- trically operated and automa- tic, equipped wilh minimum water storage of at least two gallons: water cooler shall be of squirt-proof bubbler type equipped with sanitary bub- bler guard; cooler is to be equipped with heavy duty one-fifth horsepower commercial type compressor and cabinet shall be equipped with vitreous porcelain top and hardware fittings to be of stainless steel or chrome plated brass; cooler is to be installed and connected to water and sewer in the Coun- ty Jail building. Proposals must be sealed and addressed to B. Lindor, Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said county and state, and en- dorsed: "Proposals IT furnish- ing and installing water cooler.' Each hid shall be accompanied by a copy of this advertisement. The Board of Supervisors here- by reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Done by Order of the Board of Supervisors of Yuma County Ihi3 2nd day of October. 1939. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS YUMA COUNTY, ARIZONA By Win. B. Linder. Clerk. Weekly, Oct. 6, 13. 20, 27, 1939. Legal Advertisement Legal Advertisement NOTICE SALK Notice is hereby given the Board of Supervisors of Yuma County, Arizona, will, at y.cfock A. M., in their office in the Court House at Yuma, to the highest bidder, for cash, by oral competitive bidding, the following property: No. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Make Studebaker Ford Ford Ford V-8 Ford V-8 Chevrolet Chevrolet Chevrolet Dodge Dodge Sedan Pickup Pickup Truck Truck Truck Truck Truck Truck Motor Number KD-20439 A-1272745 A-4389063 529541 BB-18-2191889 T0393131 T5389830 T3966664 H45132 T134538 Year 1930 1929 1934 1035 1935 1935 1934 1930 1930 REPEAL OF ARMS EMBARGO WOULD BE INTERYENTIJ WAR, STATES SEN. 51 BY RONALD C. VAX TINE tration proposal for repeal of the 1 No. 61 Maintainer i Scraper (3 yard capacity) 1 only Best 30 Tractor 1 30 Tractor (located at Parker) 1 Crusher 4 Iron The Board of Supervisors hereby-reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Done by Order of the Board of Supervisors of Yuma County this 2nd day of October 1939. ngel 22. 1937, in the original principal amount of eighty-seven thousand five hundred dollars payable in monthly installments of or more, commencing May; of Deeds at page 416. rc-jords of Yuma County. Arizona and which, on the 15th da.y of DecemtHV, 1933. were sold to the State of Arizona for interest, penalties and and continuing up to and charges amounting to Three Hun- including April 1. 1939. with an dred Six Dollars and Sixty-two including Ap... ditional installment of on Cents. May 15, 1938, said note bearing interest at the rate of 5% per an- If redemption according to law be not made before the "ill day of November. 1939, I will ron- num un the unpaid balance, pay- vey said premises to such appli- able monthly, and the balance of principal and interest remaining unpaid upon said note and mort- gage being with interest llu-reon from August 1. 1939, at the rale of per annum, pay- able monthly; IT IS THEREFORE ORDERED that all persons interested In said estate appear before this Court at the court room thereof in the Yuma County Court House at Yuma in Baid County, on the 4th day of November, 1930. at the hour of the gftenmon. then and there to show cause. If any they have, why the prayer of said petition should not be grant- ed and the time of payment of said mortgage and the Indebt- edness secured thereby, above de- cant or his assigns. R. C. GEORGE Treasurer of Yuma County, State of 'Arizona. Weekly, Oct. 6 and 13. Arizona Group To Fight Inclusion Of Copper In Treaty PHOKNIX, Oct. The Arizona copper tariff board said today it would protest inclusion of copper in the "favored nation" treaty which the state department j of life. Weekly. Oct. 6, 13. 20, 27, 1939. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS YUMA COUNTY, ARIZONA By Wm. B. Under Clerk. United 1'rcss Stuff I WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 Sen John H. Overton, D., Ln., broke with his southern Demo- cratic colleagues to demand today that the senate refuse the ad- ministration's request for repeal of the arms embargo section of the neutrality act. Overtoil, speaking on the third day of the Senate's debate on U. S. neutrality, called for a firm I stand in defense of the arms em- I bargo because its repeal would constitute "arm'.d intervention" in Europe's war. Most southern Democrats support the adminis- ADVANCE OF FRENCH ARMY PARALYZES embargo. Third Major Speaker Overton was the third major speaker by the Senate forces op- posed to repeal. Before he spoke the Senate heard Sen. Charles W. Tobey, R.. N. H., read World war accounts of submarine ac- tivity against U. S. shipping. He cited them in support of his pro- posal for delay in consideration of arms embargo repeal and im- mediate action on title-and-carry neutrality provisions. Adminislrationisls claimed that the Senate stood 61 for repeal of (CONTINUED ON PAGE SEVEN) visit to schools ot tlie Yuma and Yuma valley dis- tricts was being made today by Herman E. Hendrix, state super- intendent of public instruction who. accompanied by jnembcrs of the state department, arrived in Yuma last night. Dr. Hendrix visited the Yuma Union High school this morning, was to visit the Yuma Grammar schools duting the afternoon, and planned to visit the Yuma valley and Mohawk valley schools tomor- row. With Dr. Hendrix were: Miss Ruth Oelke, state supervisor of home making, George S. Sanders, state supervisor of trade and in- dustrial education, and Arthur G. Snyder, state supervisor of agri- cultural education, all of Phoenix Jap Foreign Of fice 1300 Pet. Gain In BILLION DOLLAR HAZ) STEEL INDUSTRY Employees Resign i Enrollment At In Protest Move IQuartzsite PROPOSALS FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that the Board of Supervisors of Yuma County, State of Arizona, will, at ten o'clock A. M., Monday. Nov- ember 8th. 1939, sell to the high- est bidder, for cash, the following described property: "One Mn Sedan, Motor N 2612." Proposals shall be sealed and addressed to Wm. B. Lir.der. Clerk of the Board of Supnivisors of gaid county and state, and en- Chrysler now is negotiating with Chile. Sam H. Morris, chairman of the organization, said that if cop- per were included in the ratified treaty the price of the metal would drop "two cents an ounce or more." I He said the treaty also would' benefit 19 other nations which have lower labor costs and would hamper sales of domestically- mined copper. Charles F. Willis, secretary of the copper tariff board, said a two cent cut would represent a BY RALPH HEINZEN United Press Staff Correspondent WITH THE FRENCH ARMY IN GERMANY, Oct. French army's cautious, methodi- cal down-hill advance into the Saar valley has paralyzed worth of German industry j and Zweibruecken to Pirmasens, there. j at the edge of the great Palatin- One can stand at a French front; ate forest, which is a dark blur on line post, dug in just the eastern horizon, across the crest overlooking 20 Bite by bite, the French are bit- miles of valley, and see no signs j ing off more German territory I of the Saar river, and adding rhents. but no civilian life. No smoke pours fro many chimney of the big factories where Germany's best steel has been made. There isn't an industrial wheel turning in the whole region from Mertzig past Saarlouis Dil- ifngcn. Voelklingen, Saarbruecken BY II. O. THOMPSON' An increase of more than 300 percent in enrollment at the United 1'ress Stuff Correspondent j Qualtzsite school, where attend TOKYO. Oct. (U.R) More j ance this year jumped to 23 pu- officials and other em- pils from a daily average of seven Farm Bureau Units To Elect Officers In November There are many German sold- iers below, hidden in pill boxes and., behind., artillery., emplace- it to the acres they claim already to hold. The advance is slow but general than ployes o: the foreign office re- signed today in protest against the formation of an independent trade ministry. The were ba.sed on the government's alleged failure, by forming the ministry, to unify the diplomatic administration. dmber UUIluao kjii.i scribed, be extended as prayed dorsed: Proposals for purchase 1 nf trnm Yuma for; one automobile from Yuma Ui- d AND IT IS FURTHER ORDER- County." RD that a copy of this order be Each bid shall be accompanied published for four successive by a copy of this_ advertisement weeks next before said day of hearing in the Yuma Weekly Sun and the Yuma Examiner, a week- ly newspaper of general circula- tion printed and published in said The Board of Supervisors here- by reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Done by Order of the Board of Supervisors this 2nd day of Oo- County For further particulars, refer- ence is hereby made to the said fftlitum now on file herein. 19.19. tober. 1939. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS YUMA COUNTY. ARIZONA. u By Wm B. Under, Clerk. DOXF. IN OPEN COimT this Weekly, Oct. 6. 13, 20, 2i 1 day of October. 1939. HENRY C. KELLY Judge. Weekly. Oct. 6, 13, 20. 27. _: NOTICE Notice is hereby given by the undersigned secretary of the North Gila Valley Irrigation District. Yuma County. Stale of Arizona. that P. E Hewes a pet- ili'm with the Board of Dire< of said District requesting the Hufion ot the following described I BQ cunt 'pay cut for Arizprja miners" even if it were possible to maintain a copper market in face of unrestricted world com- petition. Willis urged a "united" effort by labor and allied Industries in the drive to block inclusion of cop- per in the treaty. U. S. Naval Planes Flying Panama Canal Neutrality Patrol Over Huge Area last year, was announced today by Clifton L. Harkins, county sup- erintendent. The unexpected increase was attributed to mining activities in the Quarlzsite district. Requisitions for additional George A. Pickering, president of books and supplies accompanied! Yuma County Farm Bureau. Officers of the three Yuma county units of the Arizona Farm Bureau Federation, are to be nom- inated and elected at the annual meeting slated for Nov. 6, 7 and 8, respectively at the Gadsden, Rood and Roll-Wellton communi- ties. Announcement of the impend- ing elections was made today by V (IllllUlllllttV, tllJIil I 1110 tl flVl-JJI. First Shiao Matsu.shimo. direc- i fnm of the WASHINGTON, Oct. United States airmen are flying' the Panama Canal neutrality pa- trol .today over an area of more ltHan square miles'of- salt water. The estimate was that a dozen naval bombers from dawn to were dark patrolling from the j PROPOSAI-S h OK BIDS Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received at the of- fice of the Board of Supervisors [of Yuma County. State of Ari zona, until ten o'clock A. M., Mon- day. November 6th. 1939, for fur- nishing Yuma County with one (1) six, eight or twelve _____ sedan and for the sale of one 1937 j have informed Mr. Roosevelt President Plans To Spend Weekend At Hyde Park Home WASHINGTON, Oct. 5 President Roosevelt, emphasizing the White House "hands off" atti- tude in the congressional debate over repeal of the a'rms embargo, will leave today for a week-end at his Hyde Park, N. Y.. home. Presidential Secretary Stephen T. Early said that Senate leaders southern tip of Florida to the northern coast of South America. That patrol would cover the Car- ibbean Sea which Atlantic ship- ping must enter en route to the canal. republics agreed this week to es- tablish a safety zone around the western hemisphere. Therefore, it fa a patrol of surveillance rather designed' to tor of the commerce bureau, and six chief officials of the bureau, offered their resignations. They accused Admiral Kichisaburo No- mura, foreign minister, of bad 1 faith in approving the trade min- i istry plan, announced yesterday, without consulting his subordin- ates. enrollment increase. 'flostile-acts beyond the strict lim- its our -territorial waters. Naval planes aloft over the Spanish Main are based at Puerto Rico where Admiral William H. Leahy, retired chief of naval op- erations, has just taken over as governor. Puerto Rican develop- ment-is to be undertaken to make that territory a formidable out- A few hours later, more than 100 additional employes .resigned. Foreign reports that Japan had AntUCom'mu'nIst The canal patrol was undertak-' post of canal defenses of which en, the United Press was inform- ihe naval patrol is a vital part, ed, at the outset of the Euro-1 Some naval officers have be- puan war and does not represent! lieved that in the modern era of agreement with Germany and Ilaly, in view of the Hitler-Stalin partnership, were denied at the foreign office. A spokesman, however, emphas- ized that Japan's displeasure con- tinued at the Nazi-Communist agreements. 'Hot Music' Blamed For Fire HOLLYWOOD, Oct. SlOO.flUO Palomur Dance liiill fire was blamed today nuon the player of a hut hull fiddle, who wiped his smoking strings ami flung the nig away on one of the tlin footlights. The" resin L-oaled rag flared up mill ignited the curtains. strings, arnon Captlan E. R. Wlielan, were coated with lots of resin lie- cause that was the only way I hoy rnuld keep llieir red-hot thrump throughout the rcrrnt heat spo.ll. Also at the nnit meetings in November, delegates will be nam- ed to a county bureau meeting at which county bureau officials will be nominated and elected. The last of the three October meetings of the farm bureau units was held last night at Roll, about 70 members being present. The Rood unit met Tuesday night and Ihe Gadsden unit meet- ing was held Monday. __________ A__________ The earths great p o lar ice capa and glaciers -are--made .-up of snowflakes. a development of the Panama de- claration in which 21 American undeclared wars an enemy might ir, acres in the Northwest l-For quarter of the Southwest quartei j of Section 34. Township 7 South.1 Range 22 West. G. S. R. B. M.. shown on the .tracing accompany- ing said petition and more partic- f described Beginning at a point on the Section line bearing S. 0 de- grees 2 minutes E. and 630 feet Southerly from the corner of Sections 33 and 34. thence along Section line S. 0 degrees 2 minutes E. 430 feet, thence S 87 degrees 45 minutes E. 470 feet: thence S. 24 degrees 13 minutes W. 264 feet: thence N. 89 de- grees 46 minutes E. 384.5 feet: thence N. 12 degrees 10 minutes E. 729.5 feet: thence N. 6 degrees 55 minutes E. 344 feet; thence N. 60 de- grees 28 minutes E. 874 feet; thence N. 1 degree 36 min- utes E. 247.5 feet: thence S. 89 degrees 9 minutes 426 feet: thence S. 19 degrees 4i minutes W. 671 feet; thence West 185 feet; thence N. 26 degrees 49 minutes E. 701 feet: thence N. 89 degrees 40 minutes W. 175 feet: thence S. 26 degrees 23 minutes E. 710 feet and close on the point of beginning. 8.73 acres in the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter nf Section 33 Township 7 South. Range 22 West; G. S. R. B. M.. shown on the tracing accom- panying said petition and more particularly described as: Beginning at a point on the Section line bearing S. 0 de- grees 2 minutes E. and 630 feet Southerly from the H corner of Sections 33 and 34; Ihence West 659 feet: thence S. 0 degrees 17 minutes W. 658 feet; thence S. 89 degrees i 43 minutes E. 419 feet; thence N. 2 degrees 30 minutes W. 26-1 feet; thence S. 87 degrees delivered his neutrality recommendations in a special congressional message, the White House has maintained an aloof attitude to congressional maneuvers in the crucial struggle. This proposal shaii specu'y a cash al- lowance, tor the 1937 Chrysler Motor Number C17- now being used by the Sheriff's Office. furnishing Yuma County with one (1) Six. Eight or] Twelve Cylinder Sedan. I Proposals shall be sealed and (addressed to Wm. B. Linder. Clerk of the Board of Supervisors of said, county and state, and en- dorsed: "Proposals for iu-.nishing Yuma County with one sefian and for purchase of one sedan." I Each bid shall be accompanied by a copy of this advertisement. happenings throughout the world The Board of Supervisors here-iare to be contained in "Richfield by reserves' the right to reject any I Kfews" dispatches daily from the or all bids. Done by Order of the Board Supervisors of Yuma County till 2nd day of October. 1939. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS YUMA COUNTY, ARIZONA Richfield News Broadcasts Over Station KUMA The latest developments and 39 Warships Sail From L A. Today For Patrol Duty j LOS ANGELES, Oct. 5 j Thirty-nine warships sail for Hawaii today to swell the Navy's mid-Pacific security patrol into a formidable and fast-striking force. Ships leaving Los Angeles arid San Diego harbors for a tempor- ary station at Pearl harbor in- cluded the aircraft carrier Enter- prise, with 80 planes aboard, and the six heavy cruisers Minneapo- lis, Astoria, New Orleans. North-1 j hampton. Salt Lake City and Pcn- j sacola. There were also the light! j crusier Raleigh and 31 destroyers. I Later the flotilla will be joined I by two more cruisers, the Hous- ton and the Indianapolis. Commanding the flotilla was i Vice-Admiral Adolphus Andrews, head of the scouting force. Already stationed at the is- lands are 72 cf the hugr PBY "Flying Dreadnaiight" two light cruisers. 14 submarines. By Wm. B. Linder. Clerk Weekly. Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, 1939. __ A ____ PROPOSALS FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received at the of- fice of the Board of Supervisors and other smaller United Press to be presented daily over KUMA by Richfield dealers in Yuma, Somerton, Winterhaven' and Bard districts, it was an- nounced today by White Bick- ers, Richfield distributors here. The new radio dispatches arc to be presented at p. m. each week day. but during the Worlds Series baseball games the news broadcast will be on the air of Yuma County, State of Ari- 1 at the conclusion of the games. ANNOUNCEMENT.... In order to better serve his' clients in Yuma and vicinity O. A. WADIN, Auditor and CERTIFIED PUBUC ACCOUNTANT Is Pleased To Announce That He Will Maintain an Office In Yuma LOCATED AT 160 S. MAIN ST. Pecan Growers We arc in a position to purchase your 1DS9 Pecan Crop. For Particulars See R. G. Laatz, Manager Arizona Pecans Inc. At Warehouse on 10th Street East of Blalack Seed and Fccii FALL CLEANING... IS IMPORTANT Let us keep your fall clothes' in perfect order with our ZORIC Cleaning. Satisfaction assured... PHONE 89 Alpha Laundry Cleaning Co. OPENING.... LOTTIE'S PLACE Saturday, Sept, 30th "WHERE the finest of DRINKS are served" WINTERHAVEN PROTECT THE CHILDREN With Safety Glass In Your Car.... Safctly Glass will save you and your children from cuts by flying glass. FOR YOUR PROTECTION USE SAFETY GLASS "LET GEORGE DO IT' ARIZONA GLASS COMPAHY 42 THIRD STREET PHONE 80 Woman of The Hour That's the title you'll win if you visit your Beauty Adviser, present your problems and take her advice. Your Beauty Doctor will prescribe the proper facial treat- ment, using good rich cream for those tiny laugh lines and mas- sage for tired facial muscles. If your hair has that look" she will pep it up with oil steam treatments to bring back the lustrous sheen of youth. Visit the San Carlos Beauty Shop "Where Beauty Is An Art" Leave the shop with that feeling of renewed confid- ence. Remember the tiny, delicate mus- cles of your face react quickly and con- sciously tell the world how you feel about yourself. BEAUTY IS YOUR GREATEST ASSET Soft Water...........Phone 334 San Carlos Beauty Shop VERA DEE RUBY ADAIR IS YOUR CAR READY FOR THE NEXT THREE MONTHS FALL IS THE TIME TO LET US GIVE YOUR CAR A THOROUGH CHECKING AND B E REE FROM WINTER VORK1ES BRING IT N TODAY AND DRIVE VITII CO N F I D F; N C E VLL WINTER. CHECK 0 LUBRICATION .MOTOR 0 TIRES 0 LIGHTS BRAKES Yuma Dollar Days Friday Saturday Your Dollar ROPS further ;it M" drsli's when you Ihiwc qual- ity TEXACO GAS MARFAK LUBRICANTS HAVOLINK OIL MODESTI BROS. SKRVICK STATION 1ST und MADISON ;