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Page 2 Co c!iu o.c*J^tfxamincr ('ooU4(e. Arizona Friday. May 17. IS»4€ Crippled Children Will Have Happy Summer Due I To Sale Os Easter Seals CMiplnf with all of its fun and adventure is going to become a reality rather than a dream for mat y handicapped children In Arl tori thin year, according to plans announced by Rev, Charles Frank lin Parker president of the Arizona S<»* ety for Crippled Children This has been made possible through the splendid support given the organ iration through the sale of Raster Seals, he said Through the cooperation of the Phoenix YMCA and Maricopa coun- , ty Connell of Camp Fire Girl* ramps located at (’.room Creek near Prescott have been made avail able to 40 handicapped boys and girl* According to William F Hauser. • STANDARD FLAMO brings conveniences of city gas to homes beyond the gas mains clean, fast cooking ... always-hoc water... silent, dependable refrigeration. BEN ARNOLD Phone /Wf.Sf JUf YOU TMC |(JT I sotMi.rtAfiy elleia* (IN TOWS,TOO /ff fOOOLAMO JAAftKfT L nntuvkil 1 } OTw£R JUST *out©N’T LwfchtfWdNT.l; Vnd I AMYWHtAI HX/l (ftst Sol : I I &nr t*-2r“ ..sjygL" lija MAY 17th—18th FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TOMATOES CUCUMBERS Fresh, Sweet Flavor Fresh-Fancy-Tender-Crisp Red Ripe V New Crop V J%c Pound I Pound , I „ LETTUCE Z; ,CEBERG TO FRESH SQUASH 710 I CkJAftJC THE SUMMER TIME lAc LCrIUnJ juice fruit lb. IV ASPARAGUS POTATOES Fancy, Tender, Green FANCY NEW WHITE ..19 ...19 MILK COFFEE TOMATOES Carnation—Pet Hills Red Sour TaR VOfec Heinz Cans IV Lb. Cans ..... lee I 9 NEW NUCOA Swans Down OLEOMARGARINE CAKE FLOUR ~ 27 ... 27' f executive secretary of the state society, who will be In charge ol I the handi> apped childrens’ activl Ue> in both camps. 16 of these 46 plat *•* have already been reserved : by parents for their children. Let ters were sent to parents of handi happed children throughout the j state and an additional 150 let | ters were sent to county nurses | and social workers asking their as- I sistance in contacting parents. This year the camping periods will not only be open to orthope dlcally handicapped children who are able to dress and feed them selves but to children with handi caps su« h as sight impairment and hearing difficulty. This year s camping periods for girls from the ages of 7 to 16 arc from June IS to June 27. ami June 27 to July 6 For boys, age,! s to Is years, from June 17 to June 26. and June 26 to July 6 Parents who are Interested In s« tiding their children to these ! camps may secure further informa tion by addressing their Inquiries to the Arizona 'Society for (’rippled Children. 3"9 Heard Building. Phoe nix. Arizona S SPECIAL NOTICE TO FLAMO USERS Conserve and Sava !•. • Clean and properly adjusted burners, and low-flame cooking make for economical use of Flamo. Insure Dependable Gas Supply. • • by returning empty cyl inders promptly. Avoid fuel shortage by order ing Flamo immediately when service cylinder is emptied. PROG RA M FEAT lR E S WAL PI VI LL A(, E - Ml yjiSW jJHS MriSlAiew——M' f WfIHEBK nUn II m«LWt With tourists and vacationists free once again to color photographs of scenic views of the West that take to the open road and travel as far as they wish, Standard of California will distribute to remind Arizona's famous Walpl Indian Village is expected to travelers of the Western beauty spots they should attract a record number of visitors. This photograph visit. The oil company will give away 20,000.000 of the village it one of a series of twenty-five full- copies of the photographs through its retail outlets. Fifth Grade Girl Scouts On Overnight Camp To Diversion Dam Fifth grad*, girl scouts went a un overnight camping trip to Divi sion I>um Friday with their lead** Mrs. Charles Reed. Mrs. Pa> IjOucks. camping chairman, an Miss Gray Ann!*- troop commit t* member, were me tubers of tli party. The scout* prepared the meals over a camp lit** and slej in the open Mrs Reed was i charge of housekeeping. Mn j I.ou* ks supervised the . ooklng. an ' Miss Annls wan In charge of fli ght. Girl* who made the trip wore Gall Mclntyre. Edith Wiuog. I/>t ainne Perkin*. Geraldine llollam Farlene GUI. Nancy Nowlin. Edit Moore, Ztlpha WahWdp Shirt* Freeland. Ina Re*-.|. and Ro-e War ner. Bonnie Patterson Will Receive BA Degree Bonnie Patterson of Coolldge i one of 150 students at Artzon State College. Tetn|>e. who wil receive her baclielot of arts d« gree In commencement exercise Wednesday evening May 22. i , MAY ; 'f m JBCbT lL 5 I* conformity with the « * j Got eminent order, the pro. w / been reduced scf,... please Jr drink lest of it to all may / tni°y>omt r / «... _ Why., MONTH AFTER MONTH...IS IT SATISFYING REFRESHMENT? gRt Ask THE MIUIONS ENJOY GOOD REERI B rowd in Lot Angt lot by ACM£ MEWING CO. ggf # Zeb Pearce & Sons 533 W. Washington St. Phoenix j Goodwin stadium. Baccalatirate j service* will be held Sunday uiorn t May lit. in Goodvvin stadium and alumni induction ceremonies »v ill be in West Hall patio Monday evening. May 20. Miss Patterson i the daughter of Mrs. Sam Mar | tin. 0 Swimming Program For Local Boys And Girls Starts At Vah-Ki Pool A five weeks swimming program sponsored by Coolldge American Legion and Coolldge Rotary Club i ot under w ty at Vah-KI Inn pool Monday. The program, which has be*- 1 an annually sponsored l,eglon affair for boy and girl acouts. now includes any bov or girl between the ages of nine and 15 years, who wishes to learn swimming. Ar rangements for the course may be made by contacting Joe Irvtne. project chairman. Miss Dorothy Faulkner, Red Cross instructor, and l>an Kinser Coolldge marshall, are In charge • I ~w miming Instruction. Classes are scheduled on Monday. Wednes day and Friday of each week A beginner's class for those who ate not attending blble school will he held from 9:45 a m to 10:30 a tn„ an intermediate class from 11 a in. to 12 noon, and a beginne class from 12 to 12:45 for those tending bihle school. There are 75 children enrol T NEW \ j CROSLEY HOME! I APPLIANCES j ? I “’"“.i'""" " ’ space for foods or desserts. 0 ' — — [ TTTTr—TT.: Ik v P The ‘ * 2 P •••.;': r- an P *; • :‘ .e Lme • . ‘.. p | TIRES! WPH; ► If you need fires come in and ask abouf 0 mWI | j ° ur a^on es^ern ®' an i T' res - 0 I 2-YR. GUARANTEE ON EXCHANGE j | i%L mmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm in the classes at present. The Le gion and Rotary Club invite any Coolidge organization which wishes to help defray expenses to join them in sponsoring this summer activity youth project. * No. 2066 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA IN AND FOR THE COUNTY OF PNAL In the Matter of the Estate of T HOM A S JEFFERSON BEE SON, Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN by A COLLEGE, BUSINESS or TRADE SCHOOL EDUCATION FOR YOU tto-, u <eS. r— * 1 l Yes, your tuition up to SSOO per ordi- ■ r \ nary school year paid for 48 months I / of college, business or trade school. | You also receive $65 per month ■ living allowance—s9o if you have dependents. This is the opportunity l BB open, upon their discharge, to men S> ' over 18 (17 with parents’ consent) J who enlist in the new Regular I Army before October 6, 1946, for 3 J the undersigned Executrix of the Estate of Thomas Jefferson Beeson, deceased, to the creditors of and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, with in ten (10) months after the first publication of this Notice, to the B#id Executrix, at Coolidge, Ari zona, the same being the place for the transaction of the business of said estate, in said County of Pinal. EMMA BELLE BEESON. Executrix of the Estate of Thomas Jefferson Beeson, Deceased. Dated the 10th day of April, 1046. Ist pub. April 26. 1946. Last pub M.ay 17, 1946.