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Arizona! air ! by TEX HANCOCK \ TEXAS In a recent magazine article *i woman was telling about some of the whopping big things about the State of Texas. She packed the articles as full as possible but, having a big subject, couldn’t tell everything. We know a few rattle snake yarns she didn’t get. Also how far around the world all the long horns would reach, placed end to end. ELECTRICAL j WIRING & REPAIRS Competent electricians for any size job always at youi > telephone. Farmers Electric Supply Co. Next to Post Office Coolidge, Arizona f Don’t Wilt And Wither With The Weather j BE YOUR OWN WEATHER MAKER and turn your homo into a j cool, relaxing and refreshing summer resort by installing an AIR COOLER You owe it to yourself to keep cool and comfortable this summer. Heat and humidity take too much out of any person. They sag vi tality, decrease efficiency. They bring on jangled nerves. Install an air cooler today. — g ee Your Favorite Dealer ARIZONA EDISON CO., INC. ———————— • v • 0“God grants liberty only to those who love it, and are always ready to guard and defend it . . _ Liberty is something that we give Free Press of a Free America are as too little thought to. We’re apt to much guardians of our Liberty as are take Liberty for granted. We often those boys who are training for the forget that the privilege of reading guardianship of It in camps through- | and writing and saying and thinking out our country, and doing as we please is a God- As long as America’s Newspapers given right—one that is ineffably print the words and thoughts of valuable—one that we should love America’s free people, just so long and be always ready to guard and will America’s people be free. Your defend. newspaper loves Liberty—it is pre- The Coolidge Examiner and the pared to guard and defend it. THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER The other day the size of her subject took on new meaning when we hit into one section of the wide-open spaces of Texas. The wide-open spaces vast distances of Arizona, have had an appealing hold on me for many years but beside these Texas wide-open spaces they are like a small pud dle beside the Paciffic. We passed thru one—(it only took two days to cross it) that was so wide open that the creator couldn’t muster up enough mountains or hills to break the disappearing horizon. You looked until you got tired and then gave up. In order to get across it they had to lengthen the miles so they would correspond with what they had printed on the maps and road signs. Then the gasoline I LOW COST CAR INSURANCE Makes Low Cost Finance We are prepared to aid in Lowest Cost Fi nance in the State. LOUCKS folks had to increase the size of the gallons in that section so the milage consumption of the auto folks would show right. They got tired of being accused of short measuring their customers. There was one stretch of straight road that was so long that when a driver finally reached a bend in the road he was so numb from sitting in the one posi tion he couldn’t change quick enough to make the turn and ran off the road. A dog chased a Jack rabbit so far that the rabbit was seen walking along ten feet ahead of the dog, both exhausted but neither giving up—just walk ing along ten feet apart. I could tell you some more—but what’s the use. GOOD COFFEE For a long time I have had an idea that if I were to conduct a restaurant I would specialize on good coffee, plenty of it, and a friendly joint. I asked the hotel I man the other morning where 1 there was a good place to eat. He I said “There are several up the street—but I always eat at "Ed ; ward’s” because they have such I good coffee.” So I went to Ed ; wards. Not the most attractive j place in town hut it was full of I men. That is a good sign. And THE COOLIDGE EXAMINER the waitress, a young lady, was friendly and awake and acted as though she had had a real night’s sleep and was glad to wait on her customers. And the coffee was good. You were asked to have the second cup on the house. A GOOD RESTAURANT As soon as this man’s war is over there is going to be a whale of a good restaurant in a little New Mexico town near the eastern border. Over the coffee cups in an Aba line restaurant I fell to talking with one of the soldiers on leave from camp. His regiment was to he moved east on Saturday. We talked about army grub and he told me he was cheif cook. He had been operating a little restaur ant in New Mexico when,, be was called to the service. He left his mother in charge of his business while he was away. He said he thought he knew a good deal about cooking until he got into the army and they sent him to a cooking school for two months. After the first wee£ he said he found out that his cooking ability was really confined to frying eggs and scorching hamburgers. Now he can look at a big hunk of beef and know pretty well what it is cap able of doing. He said “You’d be surprised how much the army can teach you about what can ge done to a hunk of beef.” And when he gets out of the army he knows he is going to be able to operate a good restaurant. His year out of his business has turned into a year’s profitable experience that is more than worth the time and money he thought lie was losing w hen he entered the service. I asked him how he felt about having the time extented beyound the year. He said that naturally most of the men wanted to get back home as soon as possible but that he felt that under the present circumstances it would be foolish to release the men. While they want to get back home he was of the opinion there would be very few who would crab about It. No new law’ is necessary to keep the men longer than a year. All that is necessary is for con gress to declare that a national emergency exists and a clause in the draft law takes care of it. The President declared that such an emergency existed several weeks ago. But to hold the men in the army congress must also make such a declaration. In other words congress still has some power left. AIN’T LOVE GRAND “Ain’t Love grand”—and mixed. Here are three cases all in one issue of the news. In Kansas a boy 22 and a girl 20, bought mar riage license in 1933. Last week they finally looked up the parson and had him to say the necessary words. No reason was given why they waited eight years. In Dallas a Borneo sold his best girl an electric fan for $4 then stole it from her and gave it back to his other girl from whom he had stolen it. He complicated his love life father by stealing a ring from another girl friend and giv ing it to a new sweetheart. And when those girls all got together —was his face red!!! He is writ ing his reflections about “Ain't Love Grand” behind the bars in the city jail. The third case—The young fel low demanded that the officer put his girl in jail because she ran away with another fellow. Said she had been his girl for three years. Said the Law: “This is still a free country and a girl still has a right to change her mind. And one more for good measure Mr. and Mrs. Lyvers of St. Louis had their matrimonial bark run onto the rocks. Mr. Lyvers had been brought into court on a peace disturbance charge. During the hearing friend wife collapsed and was carried out of court. When am monia failed tor revive her friend husband stooped over and kissed her—that did the work —she open ed eyes and slapped his on the mug. Ain’t love grand. WAR BULLETIN BERLIN: The Germany army is making deep thrusts into the Rus sian lines. MOSCOW: The Russian forces have repulsed the German ad vances with terrific losses. LOCALS • Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Stonehock m, David, Jack and Oralie Stone hocker and the Reverend and Mrs. .1. D. Easter returned Satur day from several days rest at Greer. The trip home was made byway of Clifton, Coronado Trail and Coolidge Dam. • The Reverend and Mrs. J. I). Easter left Sunday night for Pe oria where they were guests of the Reverend and Mrs. W. C. Is ett until Wednesday. During their stay, Reverend and Mrs. Easter assisted Reverend and Mrs. Isett io start a vacation Bible School. • Miss Marjorie Goldberg from Ray visited Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. John Haywood over the week-end. • D. S. Davis was in Yuma over night Thursday to attend the fu ' neral services of Clements T Coleman, past grand master of Masons of Arizona. The Grand Lodge convened at Yuma during this time. • Royal Arch Masons will meet Monday night at Masonic Temple to confer degrees on candidates. • Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Dearing and Hinton and Kay Ellis returned the middle of the week from Fort Thomas, where they visited Lee Hinton, Mrs. Dealing’s brother. • Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ketchersid and Mrs. Ketchersid’s niece, Miss Frances Money, all from Prescott, arrived Friday for a week’s visit with Mr. and Mrs. Earnest Me- Cleery. —. *. • C. A. Richey, assistant superin tendent of Southwestern National Monuments, left Saturday on a week's field trip to Chaco Can yon National Monument, New Mexico. • Mr. and Mrs. John Blackburn of Milo, Oklahoma, arrived Friday to visit Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Cook. Mrs. Blackburn, who is the form er Frankie Henson, is Mrs. Cook’s daughter. The Blackburns and the Cooks plan a trip to California together the first of August. Summer Vespers To Start Here A new’ departure in evening church services will be inaugurat ed at Community Presbyterian church on Sunday evening when the first of the summer vespers w’ill be held. Services will be from 7:30 to 8:45 p. m. The first 45 minutes will be given to a Christian Endeavor dis cussion period, with participation by both intermediate and high school age boys and girls. The closing half hour will be a devo tional service, which all young people and adults are invited to attend. o • Captain Maurice Goodwin, of the state highway patrol, Phoenix, and Scotty Murdock, of the plan ning division of State Highway Department, Phoenix, were Cool idge visitors, Tuesday. • Mr. and Mrs. Earl McEuen and children, Jo Ann, Virgil and Kent, returned Monday from a week’s vacation in Colorado, where they visited Mr. McEuen’s sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dryce. • Mrs. Bob Sneed of California is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Vest. ORDER TO APPEAR AND SHOW CAUSE No. 1448 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PINAL. In the Matter of the Estate of ELLA SCHLEGEL TEMPLETON, Deceased. IT APPEARING TO THIS COURT that Forrest S. Temple ton, the duly appointed, qualified and acting administrator with the will annexed of the estate of Ella Schlegel, deceased, has presented to this Court and filed herein his verified petition, praying for an or der authorizing him, as adminis trator with the will annexed of said estate, to sell the interest of this estate in certain real property, described as follows, to-wit: Southwest Quarter (SW'A) Sec tion 28, North Half (N*£) North Half (N*/6) Section 33 and the West Half (WVfe) of Section 34, Twp. 10S, R 12E, Pinal County, Arizona. IT IS HEREBY ORDERED that all persons interested in this es tate shall appear before this Court on Monday, the 11th day of Aug ust, 1941, at the hour of 9:30 A. M. or as soon thereafter as counsel may be heard, to show cause, if any there is, why the Administra tor with the will annexed of the above entitled estate should not be authorized and directed to sell this estate’s interest, or so much thereof as may be necessary, in the real property hereinabove de scribed. IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that this order shall be published in the Coolidge Examiner for four (4) successive weeks prior to the date set for said hearing. Done in open court this 10th day of July, 1941. H. G. RICHARDSON Judge of the Superior Court Ist publication, July 18, 1941. Last publication, August 8, 1941. SURETY TITLE & TRUST CO. Incorporated 1912 Dependable Title Service Title Insurance issued by Phoenix Title & Trust Co. Phone 102 Florence, Ariz. ————— See us for Service in Real Estate, Rentals, Fire Insurance, Bonds, Horae Loans, Notary Work and Expert Accounting. Have some real buys in new homes ARIZONA LAND & INVESTMENT CO. Telephone No. One I. J. Jones R. T. 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