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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL— Nogales’ Home Newspaper—
Preakness Stakes mJlm ■ ‘iMaga ?|: jjllslilP <j£ Jir’ v ’‘ i - ; ' ; j L^*«ii«^r*C u i More than $50,000 in prize money will be at stake May 10 when some of America’s greatest three-year-olds run the Preakness Stakes at Balti more, Md. Bold Irishman (above) is the favorite. In addition to prize money, the winner will receive custody for a year of the famed Wood lawn vase, also shown above. •^Locals “MORGAN IN HOSPITAL Tom Morgan of the Citizens Au to Stage Line, who suffered a bad ly sprained back recently, was re moved a few days ago from the Ho tel Bowman to St. Joseph’s Hospi tal. DEFENSE STAMPS Through arrangements with the United States postoffice, the El Pa so Store is selling U. S. defense stamps in denominations of from ton cents to five dollars. HERE FOR FIESTA Major and Mrs. J. D. Moore of Fort Huachuca and P. W. Newberry, recorder cf Cochise county, were here Sunday attending the fiesta. Major George Macdonald was a vsitor here Sunday from Phoenix. Val Valenzuela was in town Thurs day from Patagonia.. % j Attorney General Joe Conway was here Monday from Phoenix at tending- the fiesta. Brokerage Company, S. A. Customs House and Commission Brokers —Quick Service— For ALL Os The News Os NOGALES And SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Subscribe to the NOGALES INTERNATIONAL —Delivered anywhere in the World for $2.50 per year. (By carrier in Nogales) ✓ SUBSCRIBE TODAY! NOGALES INTERNATIONAL, 1 n 225 Grand Avenue, Nogales. Arizona Put my name on subscript on list to begin at once. Send bill ( ) —or remittance enclosed ( ) Name Address 52.50—1 year $1.50 —6 months SENATOR COXON HERE Senator William Coxon was here Sunday from Casa Grande con ferring with Governor Anselmc Macias of Sonora. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Larimore of Sonoita were here Sunday enroute heme from Tucson where they at tended the horse races. Wayne Hancock of Los Angeles, representing the Merganthaler Lino type Company, was a business visi tc” here Thursday. Troubles of a glamour girl head ing for the movies. Adela Rogers St. Johns explains some difficulties of introducing socialite refinement into the flickers and tells how one pretty little bluebiood had her sil ver spocn rudely snatched from her mouth, but is making good without it. Don’t miss this beguilding fea ture in The American Weekly, the magazine distributed with next week’s LOS ANGELES EXAMIN ER.—(Adv.) Mr. and Mrs. Mills Gillespie and three daughters motored down to Nogales from Tucson Mcndav to see the fiesta parade. Gillespie, formerly of Nogales, is a reserve officer stationed at Abilene, Texas. Harry J. Karns was here Sun day from Tucson where he recently moved his rock crusher. NOGALES, ARIZ, SATURDAY, MAY 10,1941 (FORMER GOVERNORS j HERE CINCO DE MAYO Former Governors T. E. Camp -1 bell and Robert Jones were here I from Phoenix Monday for the Cin co de Mayo ceremony on the in ternatinal line at which Governors Cjocrn of Arizona and Macias of Sonora exchanged greetings. Also here foil the ceremony was Jerrie Lee of Phoenix, Republican candi date for governor last year. ROTARY CLUB Milton A. Gorodezky, commander : of the CCC company at Pena Blan . ca. was guest speaker at yesterday’s Rotary Club luncheon. J. C. Tov rea was program chairman. C. E. B:ilis gave a report on the annual I , Rotary district conference held at | i Flagstaff Sunday and Monday. | Others from Nogales attending the > Flagstaff convention were W L Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Chet ; Rose. _______________________ i ; Curious echo of the rich old : Baron's secret romance. For 30 i years, only his executors knew that | the little girl he met in a railroad | station had shared a love-nest with | him. but now England's wartime j income tax laws have revealed his I sentimental double life. Don’t miss this unique true-life love story in The American Weekly, the maga zine distributed with next week's LOS ANGELES EXAMINER i (Adv.) .j Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bughman are 1 , visiting relatives in Illinois. CHUTES CATHOLIC CHURCH Sundays: Masses at 6:30. 8 and 11. Week-Days: Mass at 6:30. ' s \ mm/sjn POCKET WATCH s|.so Chrome finished case, unbreakable m crystal and easy-reading dial. Has a B second-hand. Also NEW Ir.g-rsoll 0 Sweep-Second Watches, $1.95 to £4.95. u i Ingersoll -Watrr bury Company Waterbury. Conn. SCHOOL TRUSTEES OF ! COUNTY ORGANIZE E. S. Edmonson was elected, pres ident, R. C. Blabon, vice-president, and Thcmas L. Hall secretary treasurer, of a county school trus tees association formed here on May j 1 by representatives of five school i districts. Another meeting- will be i held about May 15. A. M. Gillespie of Tucson, form er Nogales banker, was here Mon day. BE SURE TO ATTEND ALL AMERICAN COOKING SCHOOL TO BE HELD IN THE NOGALES THEATER ON WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY MAY 14TH AND 15TH EACH AFTERNOON AT 1:30 DOORS OPEN AT 12:45 FREE ADMISSION FREE GIFTS Local dealers will have displays in the lobby of new electrical equipment. MARGARET LACKLAND Home Economist Os Southern California Presenting- NEW RECIPES NEW IDEAS , • FOR THE HOUSEWIVES CITIZENS UTILITIES COMPANY 361 GRAND AVENUE l DIPLOMAS PRESENTED BY JUDGE FARLEY Judge Gordon Farley delivered the graduating address and presented | diplomas at Patagonia Thur. night j to the graduates of the elementary 1 schools of the Patagonia district. Mr. and Mrs. Charles DeMund of P-hcenix were guests during- the fies ta of Mr. and Mrs. John Phillips of Marsh Heights. , DREW INJURED i Cedric Drew suffered a cut on his left arm when he slipped in tht bathroom of his home Thursday nig-ht. Twelve steel clamps were necessary to close the wound. j • E. S. Edmonson attended a meet ing of the state welfare committee of the Episcopal church at Phoenix Thursday. PAGE TWO | WIFE OF GOVERNOR ; OSBORN ILL Governor Osborn was accom panied on his visit to Nogales Sun day and Monday from Phoenix by his wife who has been ill for the past three months suffering from an attack of arthritis. Attorney Leslie C. C. Hardy was here from Phoenix Saturday visit ; in.- his father. Judge Charles E. 1 Hardy.