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Forest Fire Campaign A forest fire prevention campaign which began with the acceptance by President Roosevelt on June 1* of an original poster painting lr- Jamos Montgomery Flagg will be carried into the Southweste’n Region in an effort to halt ifn heavy economic and recreational losses that come with fiameblack a ed woods, it is announced by U. S Forest Service officials. The war against man-causcd forest fires as a national enemy will be waged in Arizona and New Mexi co with the same method of appea l as was used in World War days. Posters reproduced in color from Flagg’s oil painting, showing Uncle Sam in another patriotic j appeal, will appear soon in public places. Fire prevention films sup plied by the Department of Agi i culture are already being shown in theaters of both states and are be ing brought to outlaying areas by “showboat” trucks of the Forest j Service. Artist Flagg, famed for manv war posters such as “Tell It To Ma-i lines,” “Don’t Read History—Make It,” and the one in which Unc'e j Sam pointed at the passer-by and j declared “I Wan t You,” now shows Uncle Sam in the uniform of a Forest Ranger. In one hand he i holds a fire shovel, and with the other hand he points to a forest; ablaze. Below is the title “Your j Forests —Your Fault —Your Loss. ’ j The original painting is being dis played in leading cities of the Unit ed States and will reach Arizona | and New Mexico early in July. o Deeds Issued To June 9th 1937 Reported by the Pinal Title L Trust Co. of Florence, Arizona: 58230. Herman Staehle, to W. It. i Milles. $10; Tract 52 of Towns’-v 5 S. Range 4 E., & of T. 6 S. R. 4 j E. 58231. W. R. Miler. to Ash Peak j Mines Company.. $10; Tract 52 <- r i T. 5 S., & of T. 6 S. Range 4 E. 58232. State of Arizona, to J. C. Leaverton, Patent. Lot 68 (Subdivi sion) of Sec. 36-9-15 E. 58237. United States of America j A BRILLIANT NEW SERIAL IN THIS PAPER SOON to Cleo R. Cox. Patent. Sec. 1110- 6E. - .. \ i 58250. Harvey Davison ta Hebei Davison, his wife. $5; Northeast Quarter of Sec. 23-5 8 E. 58253. J. C. Leaverton, to Etna I. Leaverton. $10; Lo t GS (Subdivi sion) of Sec. 3 -9-15 E. 552G9. The United States of Amercia to Robert J. Reece. Patent, j S 1-2 of Sec. 11 & the S 1-2 ol Section 12-7-17 E 58267. R. C. Cruz t oSantiugo M. Rosales and wife. $10; Lot 13 in Blk. G 5, Town of Cotton Citv (Proper), being a subdivision cf E y z of Sec. 6-8-8 E. 58270. Gertie Park to E. L. Park. $10; South 25 acres of SK M NE!4 of Sec. 17-6 6 E. Dr. N. D. Brayton Attends Exposition Dr. N. D. Brayton, member of Arizona assembly from Miami, "vas a guest of the 1939 Golden Gate in ternational Exposition on a tour of Treasure Island, site of the World’s Fair of the West. With the Arizona legislature pre i paring to act on a $25,000 partici pation bill. Dr. Brayton expressed ) the hope that Arizona would join ! other states in being represented at the San Francisco Fair. Cognizant of the reputation of fne famed University of Arizona band, Exposition officials have extended ! an invitation to the band to partici pate in the ground-breaking cere monies for the building in which Arizona would exhibit, and plans were also being formulated to briug the band here for Arizona’s “day” ; at the Exposition. Dr. Brayton was heartily in favor of the plan to bring his home | state’s band to Treasure Island. “The University of Arizona band,” I he said, “is one of the finest of its kind in the United States, and it would indeed be appropriate if it i could be on hand to perform on any occaaion pertinent to Arizona dur ing or before the Exposition.” I Accompanying Dr. Brayton to the ! island was his daughtter, Dixie Lee Brayton, student at San Jose Teach ers college. Miss Brayton is re covering from a knife wound on the right wrist which she received when an unidentified man sought to slash a dog belonging to her I escort which was fighting with a dog o*ned by the knife wielder. | Dr. Brayton was greatly interest ed, in the Island site of the Exposi tion in San Francisco bay and ex pressed astonishment that construc tion had progreessed so far. o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION United States Department of The Interior General Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona, June 2, 1937. NOTICE is hereby given that Daisy D. Cartmill, formerly Daisy D. Bethay, of Marana, Arizona, who, on November 24, 1931, made Stock- Raising Homestead Entry, Act 12-29- 16, No. 070943, for Wl-2, Wl-2 E 1-2, El-2 SEI-4, NEI-4 NEI-4, Section 27, Township 8 S., Range 10 E. G. & S. R. B. & Meridian, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before C. Wayne Clampitt, United States Commissioner, at Tucson, Arizona, on the 15th day of July, 1937. Claimant names as witnesses: K. H. Davis, of Box 90A., Tucson, Arizona. Edward Fitzpatrick, Sr., of Ma rana, Arizona. Charlie Cartmill, of Tucson, Ari. zona. Mrs. W. B. Cummings, of Tucson, Arizona. P. J. KEOHANE, Register. First publication June 10, 1937. Last publication July 9, 1937. o NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT! OF THE INTERIOR General Land Office at Phoenix, Arizona. May 21, 1937. NOTICE is hereby given that 1 James Roy Walker, of Casa Grande, i Arizona, who, on January 22. 1932, made Homestead Entry. Sec. 2289. R. S. U. S., No. 071174, for E 1-2 NE 1-4, Section 30, Township 6 S , Range 8 E., G. & S. R. B. & Meridi an, has filed notice of intention to make Final Three Year Proof, to establish claim to the land above described, before J. F. Brown, Unit ed States Commissioner, at Casa Grande, Arizona, on the Ist day of July, 1937. Claimant names as witnesses: Herman Wolf, Gene Chandler, Len Bellows, Charlie Harper all, of Casa Grande, Arizona. P. J. KEOHANE Register, i First publication May 27, 1937. Last publication June 22, 1937. DR. B. L. STEWARD Physician and Surgeon COOLIDGE, ARI 2. Telephone 7f I Nichols’ D ?\iry | MILK THAT IS M'LK] Prompt delivery . Courteous atter.tio: e-m ryordei. BEST BECAUSE IT’S TESTED IN EVERY WAY I “THERE ON LTME.” ! I V" ' mppr EARL ’ PLACfc BEER WINE j LIQUORS I TOBACCOS ! | i I E. G. OLE MANS 1 j i^ALt I The most sociable place where you and your ~ 5 k fHB friends will receive a lAz/ cheery welcome and he n *# served to your entire satis- o*p faction by experienced ra • caterers. A. » WINES, LIQUORS, BEER, CIGARS, CIGARETTES j AND SOFT DRINKS POOL and BILLIARDS ! Main Street Coolidge, Arizona ! THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER PUBLIC NOTICE ' •.• • J An application having been filed j with the Btfrard of Supervisors of , Pinal County, Arizcna, by The Eloy Light, Power and Utility Company, i Inc., for a license, franchise, right < of way, easement and privilege to , erect, construct, maintain and ■ operate lines, cables, poles, con- , duits, wires and other facilities and apparatus for the transmission of , electrical energy for light, heat, . power and other purposes, over, | along, upon, under and across public ( highways, roads, thoroughfares, , public alleys and section lines in. about and around the following de scribed Townships and Sections within Pinal County, Arizona: In Range 6 East: Township 9 South, excepting Section 1 to 6, inc.. | and that portion of Sections 12, 13, j 24, 25 and 36 lying in the present j confines of Electrical District No. I 4; Township 10 South excepting! Section 1. In Range 7 East: Township 9| South, excepting Section 5 to 8, inc., 17 to 20, inc., and 29 to 32, anc.; Township 10 South, excepting Sec tions 3 to 9, inc. I In Range 8 East: Township 6 South, including only Sections 14, 23 to 26, inc., andi 34 to 36, fine., thereof; Township 7 South, except ing Sections 4 to 8, inc , W 1-2 of 19, and 29 to 36, inc.; Township 8 South, including only S -2 and NE 1-4 of Section 24, and Section 25, 1 thereof; Township 9 South, except ing Sections 5 and 6; Township 10 ; South. In Range 9 East: Township 6 South, excepting Sections 5 to 7, j inc., and 18; Township 7 South;; | | Myers Water Systems Pumps, Jacks ! and Cylinders IE. C. GRASTY IMPLEMENT Co. Coolidge—Casa Grande ! KNOX JERSEY DAIRY j We Feed For Flavor Township 8 South; Township 9 South; Township 10 South. In Range 10 East: Township 0 South; Township 7 South; Town ship 8 South; Township 9 South; All being in Ranges East and Towships South of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, except upon State highv ays or with in the confines of any incorporated City or town, all for a period of twenty-five (25) years from the date of granting such franchise; Therefore, PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN pursuant to action taken by said Board of Supervisors of the intention of said Board of Supei visors to make such grant of a franchise as applied for and to im- i pose such restrictions and limitar tions as to the use of such public roads as may be deemed best for I See Us For Cotton Hoes and Irrigating Equipment | See Us When you have hay or grain to sell CAPITAL FUEL & FEED COMPANY | PHONE N. 8 COOLIDGE,ARIZ. , “I’ll go to the sole —by telephone” %/ A | .| Ordering from the stores, making appointments, keeping in touch with friends, running errands th* eie phone serves many uses daily. _ 'I You can enjoy a telephone’s con (>■ ’ retiience for a fen - cents a day S j i - II ! 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