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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL’S PAGE OPBRIEFS ABOUT INTERESTING FOLKS HERE AND THERE THAT YOU KNOW _ DON’T Get up XAt Night\ If you are one of the millions who 1 must get up several times a night, I g your trouble is probably due to an ■ irritation of the bladder or excess ■ acidity of the urine. Then just try 1 ■ GOLD MEDAL | HAARLEM OIL CAPSULES - During 237 years this fine old prepa | ration has helped millions. Insist I _ on Gold Medal. 35fh . JtJLlil Mil ■ ■ ■ ■ ■ REASONABLE PRICES Mexican and Indian Hand Craft Shop 32 Elias St. Nogales Old Mexico or write P. O. Box 605 Nogales, Arizona , ANNOUNCING! j" OPENING . 1 OF NOGALES’ NEW BARBER SHOP * A THE SUNSHINE SHOP^> 221 Grand Ave. j t s (Formerly Felix Barber Shop) BARBER SERVICE OF HIGHEST QUALITY H. R. FAITH, Prop. Just received-a carload of Capitol Brand Laying Mash and Dairy Al falfa Hay. * - .-wru** .'j** * . LAYING MASH, 100 LBS. ‘ f $2.25 ALFALFA HAY, BIG BALES ? .60 Special Prices on Quantity PUCHI BROS, MERC. CO. 227 Grand Ave. Phone 37 Nogales, Arizona The FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF NOGALES NOGALES, ARIZONA COMMERCIAL SAVINGS “Organized 1903“ EPISCOPAL PROGRAM Friday, Jan. 20. Junior choir prac tice at 4:30. Saturday, Jan. 21. Regular meet ing of the G. F. S. Candidates in the Rectory. Observed: Roy Loutzenhiser, wife and son, leaving town on one of those 46 minute trips to Tucson that he talks so much about. Heard: Frank Lown say he was lost in the Casa Anna Maria hotel tha he, by the way built. Deputy Sheriff Robert Clark was here Monday from Ruby. L. Larrivai Sr., is visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Cryderman, and family, at Navojoa, Sonora. C. C. Cheshire left yesterday on a business trip to El Paso. County Supervisor John A. Jones was in Nogales Monday from the north end of the county. R. G. Ibarra will return on the first of the month from a trip to Sinaloa. M. Pogash of the Arizona Furni ture Company has returned from a trip to southern California. Ice Hockey Fastest of all Games -——.——— ———— The constant speedy action of ice hockey requires perfect physical fitness, acquired through proper training, rest and diet. ICE hockey is generally regarded as one of the fastest of all games. Its ! origin was long a subject for argu ment among sports followers. There ; were those who insisted that the game ! originated among the Canadian Indians who took la crosse and converted it i into a game which could be played on I ice. French they were the iaventofs of "the game, j However, it is known today that ice ; hockey was created by taking field i hockey and playing it on ice. The first i game of ice hockey ever played was ! ip Montreal in 1879. The first hockey rules were drawn up the same year. The first ice hockey association, called the American Hockey Associa tion, was formed in 1887. Professional hockey dates back to 1894. Hockey was introduced into the United States in 1897. Intercollegiate ice hockey was in troduced first in Cleveland in 1905. Few games are quite as thrilling l the spectators’ pomt of view P' HEADY’S MOTHER ILL . j T. E. Heady was hero Sunday and returned to his home in the San i Rafael Valley accompanied by a ! nurse. His mother is very ill. State Representative £. F. Boh •; linger returned to Phoenix Monday ; after a brief stay in the county. In the lower house of the legislature he is a member of two very pow ! erful committees —the appropria ! tions and education. I 1 Ribert A. Campbell, whose place of business was destroyed by fire at Patagonia early this month, has re- I engaged in business in the old Billy j Powers’ location, next door to the! 1 former quarters of the Washington ; | Trading Company at Patagonia. i i Malachy Hynes, Tucson news- \ ! paperman was the guest Monday Os Thomas Griffin, prominent Nogal -1 ian. ! AGED PRIEST DIES 1 ; Father Melesio Monge, 82, priest, who came here as a refugee from Mexico several years ago, died Sun day at his home, 143 West street. Funeral services were held Monday, burial in the local cemetery. WOMAN LOST 20 POUNDS j IN 4 WEEKS i Mrs. Mae West of St. Louis, Mo., writes: “I’m only 28 yrs. old and ! weighed 170 lbs. until taking one box of your Kruschen Salts just 4 weeks ago. I now weigh 150 lbs. I also have more energy and further more I’ve never had a hungry mo ment.” j Fat folks should take one half tea spoonful of Kruschen Salts in a glass of hot water in the morning before breakfast—it’s the SAFE, harmless way to reduce as tens of thousands of men and women know. For your health's sake ask for and ! get Kruschen at the International : Drug Store or any drug store—the cost for a bottle that lasts 4 weeks is but a trifle and if after the first bottle you are not joyfully satisfied with results —money back. EL CHARRO MEXICAN DISHES 338 ARROYO BLVD. Tortillas Tamales Enchiladas Tacos Gorditas Menudo and Frijoles I We lake special orders for Mexican Dishes for New Year’s NOGALES INTERNATIONAL is ice hockey. Madison Square Garden, New York, is now the scene of excit ing games each week. Ice hockey requires physical fitness. The demands of the game are severe. To meet these requirements many players make it a practice to eat fresh yeast daily to insure regularity of personal habits. * - The present National Hockey League was originally made up of teams representing Canadian cities. The Bos ton Bruins which joined the league in 1924 were the first American entry. In 1925 the New York Americans and the Pittsburgh Pirates were added to the league. In 1926 the New York Rangers. Detroit Cougars and Chicago Black Hawks became members, and now large crowds attend hockey games j in all the principal cities of the north ern states and Canada. Wherever ire forms, however, and boys skate, in town or country, one can see hockey sticks of sto~e and home-made variety being pushed over the pond in mad r ri '“7 LOANS TO CATTLEMEN The Regional Agricultural Credit Association has started making loans to cattlemen at a rate of in | of six percent, it was an nounced yesterday by F. A. French. The association, government con trolled, has a branch at Phoenix. The loans are made for one year with reasonable assurance of ex tension. WEATHER Maximum temperature the past several days was 70 degrees on the 14th and minimum, 27, on the 14th. I Rain fell hero practically all day j yesterday and there was rain in ; Los Angeles and three inches of j snow at Flagstaff yesterday. I ~ l Troops return here Forty members of the 25th In fantry who were among the several I hundred recently transferred to I Fort Huachuca returned to Camp | Little the last of the week and will ! be here indefinitely. When they first came back they were under orders to remain here one month only. Later orders provide for them to remain at Camp Little indefinite ly. These troops, and others who have never been transferred, make a total of about 70 now at Camp Little. NEW BARBER SHOP Announcement is made in a dis play advertisement in today’s In ternational of the opening of The Sunshine Barber Shop at 221 Grand avenue, in the former quarters of the Felix Barber Shop. The Sun shine has been opened by H. R. Faith, formerly employed at the N. R. Crenshaw Palace Barber Shop on Morley avenue. - ♦ i ! J. M. Hall of Phoenix, superin tendent of the Arizona Highway Patrol, has instructed highway pa trolmen to cite all cars not bearing 1033 auto license plates after Jan uary 31. R.G. IBARRA ! Grower Shipper and I Distributor Mexican Tomatoes MISS R. PHILLIPS, Sales Manager La Ville Be Paris Bldg. Nogales, Arizona PIONEER DIES Funeral services were held Sun day in Parker Canyon for the late John Parker, 86 year old pioneer, who died at his home Saturday. The aged man was known to his many friends as “Uncle John”. He was a native of Missouri and had been a resident of this county for half a century. He is survived by a brother, W. A. Parker of Canille, and a sister, Mrs. A. B. Sorrells, and many other relatives, including Mrs. Frank J. Duffy and George Parker. Burial was made in Parker Canyon. YOU DON’T HAVE TO WAIT UNTIL SATURDAY TO BUY CIG ARETTES AT $1.25 A CARTON OR TWO PACKAGES AT 25 CENTS AT HOTEL EVANS CIGAR STAND. (adv. 1-14 2t) W. C. Taylor of La Colorada. Son ora. has been spending a few days in the city visiting Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Winegar at their home on Crawford street. Dr. Anna Mae Smock left Sunday morning with her cousin Allen T. Smock who came to Nogales to take her to Hollywood for a much needed rest. Joe Collie was here Monday from Patagonia, „ CHILD DEAD Funeral services were held Mon day for Jose Gourdin, four year old son of Guillermo Gourdin, who died about 11:30 o'clock Sunday night at 213 Quarry street. The youth be came ill Thursday. Death was at tributed to bronchial pneumonia. TO HUACHUCA Walter Grubb is leaving soon to take charge of the camp laundry at Fort Huachuca. His family will re main in Nogales until the close of school in May. 4 J. B. Stephens if Tucson, south ern Arizona district manager of the] P&y’n Takit Stores, was a business visitor here yesterday. E. E. Bethel was a visitor here; yesterday from Patagonia. Arcus Reddoch is back from a business trip to Phoenix. Sale of city property on which paving assessmtnts have become de linquent will be held the latter part of the week, it was announced yes terday. George Reade White is back from a business trip to Tucson. SPEND SUNDAY HERE Quite a number of soldiers, re cently transferred to Fort Huachu ca, drove over to Nogales Saturday to spend Sunday with their families. There is a shortage of houses at Huachuca. Pedro Flores, barber, is leaving today to make his home in Phoe nix. Crows Pointed Out As Ducks* Enemy FLAGSTAFF 1 , Jan. 17—Reduction of the number of crows, the preda tory birds blamed for taking a heav ier toll of wild ducks than droughts and drainage combined, may be in cluded in the Flagstaff Game Pro tective assocation’s 1933 program. Dr. A. J. Mackey, association mem ber. has been asked by Field and Stream, a national sportsman’s ma gazine, to encourage the action. “The greatest destroyer of North American wildfowl is the crow,” a bulletin declares. “Eighty per cent of the duck eggs in crow-infested regions are destroyed by crows be fore hatching and large numbers of ducklings laßer become their prey.” Trapping and shooting are the two methods of eradicating crows advocated by the magazine. Eird records show crows live the year around in the Flagstaff area. -DANCE and enjoy yourself Sat. Nite-Jan, 14 Kinsley Bros. ON THE Nogales—ROAD—Tucson NOGALES, ARIZ-, WEDNESDAY, JAN. 18, 1933’ WARREN WILLIAM LILI DAMITA FORM UNUSUAL LOVE TEAM j Warren William and Lili Damita, j two of the most popular players of the screen, have geen paired for the first time in the leading roles in the First National picture, “The j Match King,” which will be shown, at 'the Fox Nogales Theater on Thursday and Friday. Not only had the two never play- ! ed together in the same picture be- i fore, but they had never met per- ' sonally, although both, of course, I were cognizant of the other’s per- ' sonality, and moved more or less in the same Hollywood circles. They ! were introduced to each other on j the stage of Warner Bros.-First Na tional studios by their director,; Howard Bretherton. Though of quite opposite temper- ; aments, William being of a cool and determined turn of mind, and Damita hot tempered and tempera- j mental, they played together in ab solute harmony, each expressed a high admiration for the other’s ab- ! ility and pe rsonality. The screen play is taken from the novel by Einar Thorvaldson sug- ! gested by screaming newspaper headlines that revealed the double life of a certain financial wizard. COAL ji $14.00 per ton and up WOOD - KINDLING Border Fuel & Supply Company 490-2 Grand Ave. Phone 77 M. JAMIESON, Prop/ PIGGLY WIGGLY SPECIALS FOR WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY fOFFFF Chase and Ik F Et£c Sandboum ID. LOC Lux Soap Flakes ST ze 10c RINSO, large package 24c POTATOES 10 lbs. for 19c Peanut Bar “™dcake 10c Bishop Cocoa 1 lb. 10c Oranges doz. 25c Fish FF* lb 121 Ac OYSTERS, full pint 34c Veal Brest packet lb. 9c Pork Chops lb. me Fresh Charezo lb. 12^c Beef Rib Stew 3 lbs. for 25c Beef Tongues lb. 15c FREE DELIVERY PHONE 437 WEDNESDAY ONLY “THEY JUST HAD TO GET MARRIED” with SLIM SUMMERVILLE and ZAZU PITTS THURSDAY and FRIDAY t WARREN WILLIAM in “THE MATCH KING” with GLENDA FARRELL SATURDAY—Two Features DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS in “MR. ROBINSON CRUSOE” also “THE CRUSADER” with LEW CODY FREE GIFTS AT 9 P. M.