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NOGALES, ARIZ-, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1933
Kadio service R. C. A. Tubes PHONE 41 RADIO HOME Mission Drug 120 Grand Ave. BROAD ELECTRIC SERVICE W. J. BROAD, Prop. RADIO SALES and SERVICE ELECTRICAL CONSTRUCTION and REPAIRS 242 Arroyo Bird. Phone 466 — 1 mprcMc Prices on Paint and Pamting have dropped considerably. Now, is the time to palm. J. E. Burnett PHONE 248 1001 Morley Ave. AN EXPERT IN WELDING i can save money to the car own er, factory owners, farmers or householder. Years ago, when a cog wheel, fly wheel, the run ning gear of an auto, forging, castings, boilers or machinery was broken it meant a new one. Mow' by welding the service it iwill give, you will more than re pay you for the cost of repair ing. When you want good work in welding come here. ? Detroit Radiator land Body Works | 340 GRAND AVE. DISCARD IT * Many an old moster has been discovered under a superficial aoating of dirt. With styles mov ing backward to get ahead, you never can tell what you'll find I that’s new, way back in the ©td ; clothes closet. Let ns aid in the i discovery. Our cleaning, dyeing ■ and pressing rates are most rea ' senabie. For better cleaning service for ' you we have consolidated the No gales Tailoring & Cleaning Co., j 233 Morley, with the Key City ! Cleaners & Tailors at 206 Grand A venae. We have the only clean \ mg plant in the city. | Key City Cleaners I & Tailors HARRY T. CONNER, Prop. Phones 80 and 212 + Do You Know? +/. 2 ———.— r —. ——— : ! fjlH AT the oldest fire engine in North America is the one shewn a cove? j J. it was presented to Shelburne, Nova Scotia, by King George . n ! in <787 It is now on exhibition in the town fire had. Two years agj | Henry Ford offered to buy the engine to add to his museum of historical American objects but the town of Shelburne declined to it. Itinerant Farm Trucking Scored FLAGSTAFF, Ariz., Jan. 17—At i a metting of the Coconino Farm ! Bureau held here the 23 farmers in attendance signed a petition to the 1 speaker of the Arizona house and n to the president of the senate, ask : ing for relief from the itinerant merchant-truckers rrom other stat-, es who are peddling farm produce j in Arizona. | A letter was also written to Sam- j ' uel S. Wallace of Phoenix and Me i sa, president of the State Fann Bureau, requesting him to endeav j or to secure similar action from all ; other farm bureaus throughout the state and from the state bureau. I The petition was addressed 'to; ; James E. Babbitt and Larry S. Wil ! Hams, Coconino county representa- • tives. and to Earl C. Slipher, sena tor from that county, with the re i quest that their petition be present ; ed to the speaker of the house, S. i A. Spear, and to the president of j the senate Harry W. Hill. | Favors Our Food j ' i . mm . . Marlene dietkich. who wii: make two more pictures tn Hollywood before returning to Eu j rope for a vacation, has oecome an 1 American food fan according to the 1 gossips. Although she adores net j j native German cookin,.. she na i astonished her film friends with the I new American dishes she serves ' them at home. Eggs Louisiana, rem iniscent of the old South, is a lunch eon favorite ,n .he Dietricn House hold and is made -y combining a cup of condensed tomato soup. % cup of cold water. 114 cups of crumbled soda crackers. % cup ot mix -d cooaea vegetables and a ceaspoonful of minced onion This is poured into a greased baking disn and six eggs ar» carefully orokrn on top The disn if then covered with cup oi grate* cheese and placed in a not oven unti the eggs are 3et. usually about !i j minutes If serves six “ONE STOP SERVICE” AH' of your auto needs quickly Filled- Reid ! Service Station 801 Morley Ave. When in town from over the Country stop and “GAS" with its A. C. REED, Prop. STATE I BRIEFS New Oak Creek bridge near Frank Pendley s ranch opened for travel, i Flagstaff Sun. Contract to be let soon for drain- j age, grading and surfacing section j of U. S. Highway No. 89 starting at Lees Ferry bridge and extending north approximately eight miles.— Flagstaff Sun. Safford— New machinery to be installed soon soon at Neel Placer j claims, located 22 miles east of here. Miami Construction to start j soon on new Texas Company plant on flat near Grover Canyon to cost about $30,000. | Efforts beii g made to sta.t wo~> at early date on building of too at Papago Pam.---Phoenix Mess^ger. Kingman Gold Gulch Gravel Co.’ getting its machinery in shape for active development and produc tion. ‘ ’ Phoenix Arizona Corporation commission granted certificate to r.n'ermountain Airways, Inc. to op erate passenger and express service from here .c New Mexico line. Don’t Drive Inattentively Motor Vehicle Administrators of the United States, the men who know, will describe a series of traffic violations and driving errors responsible for a majority of automobile accidents and advise how they may bo avoided. This is number eleven of the series. Bv JOHN f (Afoior Vehicle C'cmmissi pAY ATTENTION TO DRIVING! When a driver's mind wanders or fixes upon something’ foreign to operating his car, accidents, such as the one pictured above, are fre quent. Unquestionably inattentiveness was a large element ii the 34,000 deaths and nearly a million in juries reported by the National Bureau of Casualty and Surety Un derwriters last year. Every driver must obey certain fundamental laws of driving. He must pay attention to traffic and to road conditions. These are the pre requisites of safe driving. If a motorist's mind is diverted NOGALES INTERNATIONAL ELGIN-foNOITA NEWS ITEMS I 1 Mr. %hd Mrs. L. E. HeaVner had as th :ir dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dalton, son ..Woodrow, daugh- j ters Goldie and Winifred of Nogales, i Mr. Herman Crawford and Miss | Dorothy Dalton, Mr. and Mrs. Rea i gen Gardner and children. Troy Ramsey was a business vis itor in Nogales. Mrs. Chas. Reeves and daughter Helen have gone to Tyrone, New; j Mexico, to with Mr. Chas. i Reeves. | Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Schock, Mrs.; : Earl Standish and Mrs. Erm John- ; son were* Nogales visitors. i Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Larimore i ~' ———— ~ B. & P. W. CLUB The B. & P. W. Club will meet i today with Mrs. Josephine Saxon. ■ Mrs. Saxon and Mrs. Anna B. Ack- j ley will be hostesses. I TEACHERS EXAMS ! Regulations concerning the hold ing of quarterly and special exam j inations in State and Federal Con- I stitutions have been announced by ' Scats Superintendent H. E. Hen drix, for applicants for teaching certificates in Arizona. Regular ex aminations will be conducted on tht third Saturday of March and June and the firs*, Saturday of September and December. MAN WITH CAR WANTED for lo cal tea and coffee route. No exper i ience needed. Must be satisfied to j make $32.50 a week at start Write I Albeit Mills. Route Mgr., 2225 Mon mouth, Cincinnati. 0. i I TEA AND COFFEE ROUTE MEN —Big reliable national «company l needs 3 more men immediately. Pre- I vious experience unnecessary but must be physically able and willing to service 200 steady conssmers on regular route and work 8 hours a day for about $37.50 weekly. Write Albert Mills. Route Mgr., 755 Mon mouth. Cincinnati,. O. j FOR RENT: “Twin Oaks” coun try home of C. C. Crenshaw. All ; city conveniences, furnished. Elec tric Refrigerator, Gas Stove. Seven minutes from City. S3O per month. ! Will sell on easy terms. No city taxes. C. C. Crenshaw. 201 Morley Avenue. Phone 7. r, GRIFFIN oner of Sew Uampshiref from these rules by the attractive ness of the scenery, an unusual shop window display, or the recog nition of a friend on the sidewalk or in another car, anything can happen. Frequently it is a bad ac cident. If you want to view soer.erv while motoring in the country, pull far over to the right and stop. In the traffic of the city, the only way to study shop windows or to chat with friends outside your car, is to stop and find a parking space. There Is only one place for a mo torist’s attention to be and that is on his driving. I motored to Nogales. j - . Mr. and .Mrs. Jay Harris and daughter of Tucson spent the week end with Mr. and-Mrs. Reed -Good man. . •' , ** •• •?; • • ; Miss Jewel Burris spent Sunday I with Miss Vera Vaughn .at Canille. (?,•: .. ■' 1 Mr. Clinton Zimmerman is still ! jon the sick list. • 5 LEGAL NOTICE : ; i NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS Bids will be received at the of- j fice of the City Superintendent of l ‘ Schools at the High School Build- j ing, Nogales, Arizona until 7:30 P. M., January 18, 1933 for materials ■ and labor necessary for the com-1 pletion of the brickwork on gram-! i mar school to be erected on west i l side of High School grounds, and: ! in accordance with plans and spe-, i cifications on file at the office of the City Supt. of Schools. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check amounting to 5% ! of the amount of the bid. j Plans and specifications may be j obtained at the office of the City ! Supt. of Schools and a deposit of j $5.00 is to be made upon receiving said plans and specifications guar anteeing the return of said plans and specifications. The Board of Trustees reserve the right to reject any or all proposals or to withhold the award if for any reason it may so determine. Board of Trustees. Nogales Sch. Dist. No. 1 (Pub. 1-14-18) i Don’t Wait Till The Rush ! Buy your Winter supply of ! wood and coal now, at reduced prices. NOGALES j TRANSFER '! and !j FUEL CO. ' Telephone 101 ' i 444 Grand Ave. FOR YOUR INSPECTION The merchant and manufacturer who advertise, actually are placing their merchandise before you for inspection. They invite your most critical atten tion and an uncompromising comparison. And their advertisements ,so to speak, say to their products. “We have introduced you to the public—now stand on vour own merits.” If the manufacturer and merchant did not have confidence in their wares, they would hesitate to call attention to them. For advertising rigidly tests the maker, the seller and the merchandise, BUSINESS SO TESTED, AND FOUND NOT WANTING, IS PROSPEROUS. In the long run, you can depend on the man who advertises, as well as on his product, ihat is one rea son why people have found that it pays to read ad vertisements. It is through advertising that the excellent things of the world are brought to the attention of those who are seeking for the best and most economical way to spend their money. Read the advertisements. They are NEW S. LEGAL NOTICE IN THE SUPERIOR COURT Os the County of Santa Cruz, State of Arizona. NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION. IN THE MATTER OF THE ES TATE OP Sara Vda. de Aguirre, Deceased. Notice is hereby given that Mar garita Aguirre has filed in this Court her petition for the ancillary probate of the foreign will of the above named decedent and for the issuance of letters of administration i with the will annexed and that the same will be heard on Wednesday the 18th day of January, A. D. 1933, at 11 A. M. o’clock in tbe forenoon of said day, at the courtroom of | said Court, in Nogales, County ,of j Santa Cruz, State of Arizona, and j all persons interested in said es- i tate are notified then and there to; appear and show cause, if any they have, why the prayer of said peti- j tioner should not be granted. Dated January 4. 1933. (SEAL) Robt. E. Lee, Clerk. (Pub. Jan. 7, 11, 14, 18, 1933) 3 MINUTE OATS WITH CHINA yjc«*z2 Aw j A beautiful piece of Florentine decorated China ware in every package BUY IT FROM YOUR GROCER EMM BROTHERS DISTRIBUTOR PAGE FIVE Say Mr. A. J. C.- Do you know I made my Neighbor Visit last Even ing and I Certainly was Surprised Her Showing me Sliding Shoes on Dressers, Beds, In Place of Castors, the Repairing of Stoves, Back Wall of Fire Box & Bottom Grate of Heating Stove I & My Neighbor are Coming to Make you Call at your New Place of Business at 408 Grand Ave.