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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL— Nogales’ Home Newspaper— NOGALES, ARIZ., SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1941
CHANEYS BACK FROM PHOENIX Mr. and Mrs. Ted Chaney who recently sold their case in the Noon building returned Sunday night from a trip to Phoenix. They re port the Salt river at Tempe bridge was running from bank to bank. “I never saw so much water, in the Salt River Valley in all the 30 years I have been in Arizona," said Mr. Chaney. MOVE TO VALLEJO Mr. and Mrs. Harry Meadows, residents of Nogales for 14 years, have moved to Vallejo, California, where Mr. Meadows has accepted a position in a shipyard. He is a former employee of the city pump ing plant. Gonzalo Puchi, Sr., well known grocer, had his tonsils removed Wednesday. Jack Newman, head of the Com plete Auto Parts Company, was here Thursday from Tucson. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Hilton of the El gin district were shoppers here Thursday. Pacific Brokerage Company, 5, A. Customs House and Commission Brokers —Quick Service— YANKEE POCKET WATCH s|.so Chrome finished case, unbreakable crystal and easy-reading dial. Has a second-hand. Also NEW IngersoH Sweep-Second Watches, $1.95 to $4.95. XngcrsoU-Watrrbury Company Waterbury, Conn. For ALL Os The News Os NOGALES And SANTA CRUZ COUNTY Subscribe to the NOGALES INTERNATIONAL —Delivered anywhere in the W orld for $2.50 per year. (By carrier in Nogales) SUBSCRIBE TODAY! NOGALES INTERNATIONAL, 225 Grand Avenue, Nogales, Arizona. Put my name on subscription list to begin at once. Send bill ( ) —or remittance enclosed ( ) Name i j ( Address - $2.50—1 year $1.50 —6 months ■ i | ELGIN SERVICE !POSTPONED WEEK The regular Elgin weekday ser ! vice scheduled to be held May 23rd is to be postponed one week to j Memornial Day, May 30th at eight o’clock. These services, ordinarily held on the second and fourth Fri- I ; day nights are finding an interest- ' ed group attending. They are open to everyone with the invitation ! to join the hymnsmging and think - ' ing together. j *| TO VISIT HERE I Mr. and Mrs. Ed Guerrero (Patty ; ; Cohen) of Sacramento are arriv -1 ing about the first of the month jto visit relatives. Mrs. Guerrero is j now visiting in Oklahoma. I IT S A BOY I Mr. and Mrs. Dick Richardson ; (Alicia Bronies), 233 Sonoita street: : ■ are the proud parents of a boy, ; Dick, Jr., born at 5:45 p.m. Mother's ! ! Day, Sunday, at St. Joseph s Hospi- i tal. The young man weighed six 1 pounds and ten ounces. His dad is' ■ local Holsum bread agent. ! ' : Why “Commodores Don’t Woik”. j j Dan Parker, popular sports writer, tells how Commodore Dutch, ling ering relic of the tough Old Bowery, 1 has successfully struggled for half j a century to keep from soiling his j ! hands with any kind of labor —but ! once came dangerously close to , getting a job. Read of the aston ishing career of this “Dry Land Sea Dog,” in The American Weekly, j the magazine distributed with next week’s LOS ANGELES EXAMIN ER.— (Adv.) t TEYECHEA RESIGNS Fred Teyechea has resigned as a 1 member of the faculty of the No gales schools. i Lloyd Harker has returned to Abilene, Texas, after visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hark- ! en. E. S. Edmonson and son Munro motored to Tucson Thursday. i Mr. and Mrs. Carl Griffin of Tucson were visitors, here Thurs- ! day Mr. Griffin owns the Hotel Bowman. Leaving Saturday May 24th for i San Francisco. Would like toj have a. passenger. Phone 137 after 5 p. m.—(Adv ) Louis Heavener was here yester- j day from Sonoita. i Streamlined Circus Shows Industry in Defense HI aB& ...wilwliiiii vMHnnH ■IIiRI 111 Ml IWiWWEfc - * Jigj HUlr rmifiifilMfiifflii - . J i fey G| U SwM v v'~. 1 Vi WMmm Dramatizing American industry’s role in the national defense pro i gram and showing .in exhibits and i displays a cross-section of impor tant new materials and discoveries of scientific research laboratories, i the General Motors Parade of j Progress, a newly designed, stream lined, traveling exposition, is now on nationwide tour. “New materials, new methods, new techniques, new ways'of doing things are ever in the process of development,” Alfred P. Sloan, Jr., : Chairman of General Motors, said recently in sounding the keynote of the project. “The Parade of Progress is designed to show how 1 industrial research and constantly I advancing Industrial techniques con tribute to the vigor and strength of the nation.” Designed under the general super vision of Charles F. Kettering, Vice President of General Motors in charge of research, the Parade of Progress is an out-of-doors, circus -1 FISHING TRIP F. E. Westerlund, A. J. Mitchell, J i Ted Chaney and Vic Wager, Jr., j are leaving May 28th on a fishing i trip to Clear creek, above Jerome. i They will be joined at Jerome by the latter’s brother. Clinton Wager. Walter Noon was a visitor in Tuc- * son Thursday. j State Highway Patrolmen R. G. j ! Michelena was a business visitor in I Tucson Thursday. •' Dramatic and unique is the new General Motors streamlined cirens. Parade of Progress, now on nationwide tour. Top, the Aer-O-Dome poleless tent —silver synthetic canvas suspended from lightweight metal girders; below (right), the Futurliners, two of the 22 mam moth motor transports in which the show travels; below (left)* Charles F. Kettering, G. M. research executive, examines a liquid cooled Allison airplane engine, typical of the exhibits of important industrial defense contributions. type spectacle composed of a mam moth Aer-O-Dome tent seating 1500 persons, and 22 streamlined Futur liner transports and tractor units arranged for various exhibits and demonstrations. The Parade of Progress, accord ing to Mr. Kettering, fa exhibiting and describing a number of new de velopments of Industrial research which are already contributing to national strength and which give promise of future Improvements of an important nature. Among these research develop ments are: Lightweight higher-powered electric motors using glass in sulating tape; Lightweight metals, particu larly magnesium, used in aviation i engines; < Laminated plastic-treated ply- < Arizona To Have 6,000 Men In Army By June 1 PHOENIX. May 16 (U.P.) —Ari-1 zona will have more than B.COO man | serving in the nation's armed j forces by the first of June, Maj | A. M. Tuthill, administrator of se- j lective service in Arizona, annoitnc- 1 ed today. The number of Arizonans in ser vice included those in the army and navy, the national guard and draftees. Tuthill said. , NOGALIANS URGED TO PUT OUT FLAGS Nogalians are urged to put out their flags tomorrow, which lias been proelamed “I Am An Ameri can Day.” : NEW RESIDENTS Dick Richardson, Holsum bread j agents returned Saturday night from a trip to Los Angeles and was accompanied home by his brother in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Eckel, who will make their home in Nogales. Mr. Eckel’s father is owner and publisher of a newspa per at Severville, Term. NOGALES THEATER SATURDAY “MICHAEL SHAYNE, PRIVATE DETECTIVE” with Lloyd Nolan and Marjorie Weaver also “THE CARSON CITY KID” Roy Rogers and George “Gab by” Hayes SUNDAY "RHYTHM ON THE RIVER” with Bing Crosby and Mary Martin I i MON.—TUES.—WED “SANTA FE TRAIL” I Errol Flynn and Olivia De i Havilland THURSDAY and FRIDAY • HERE COMES THE NAVY” with ; James Cagney and Pat O'Brien wood for molded airplane wings and fuselages: Synthetic rubber for tires and other military usages; Portable Diesel power plants for military use; "Peanut tube*” high-intensity, water-cooled mercury vapor lamps, which are said to have possibili ties as searchlights tor airfields; High octane fuels using tetra ethyl lead; The tent Itself, which is pole less, constructed of lightweight metal with synthetic, impreg nated canvas, and which may pioneer a type of portable con struction useful for military purposes. J. M. Jerpe, director of the Pa rade of Progress, is in charge of the staff of 50 young men who op erate it and conduct its scientific demonstrations. FISHING TRIP James V. Robins, H. J. Mallery and R. M. Harrison and son Jimmy left yesterday on a fishing trip to Guaymas. Just Arrived A New Shipment Os GENERAL ELECTRIC ‘DIALTHE FABRIC’ IRONS and MET! TOP IRONING BOARDS ON THE SPECIAL OFFER OF $9.95 REGULAR VALUE OF 1 THIS SET $14.90 TERMS— Bring In Your Old Iron And Save $4.95 95c cash Down SI.OO a month-on balance. Get Yours Now Before TOs Shipment ,s Sold CIMNS UTILITIES COMPANY 316 GRAND AVENUE i Boyle To Make Commencement Address At Tempe TEMPE, May 16—James P. Boyle, prominent Tucson attorney, will de liver the commencement address to more than 200 graduates of the Arizona State college here the eve ning of June 4. Boyle has practiced law in Arizona 26 years, since coming to the state in 1915 from his native Minnesota. There he had been prosecuting at torney of St. Louis county, a state senator, and official attorney for the city of Eveleth, Minn. Making his home in Douglas, Boyle became city attorney. In 1928 he moved to Tucson, and is now a senior member of the prom inent law firm of Knapp, Boyle, and Thompson. President Grady Gammage of Arizona Sta te college announced al so that Ronald Bridges, prominent youthful leader of the Congregation al Church in the United States and formerly editor of the Republican National Committee’s official pub lication. will be Baccalaureate speaker June 1. | S*** !t I S/X out of every 73KV J Traffic fatalities « 1 Happen After Dark " I UNITED STATES JUNIOR CHAMtCfi of COMMERCE ] *SAI»tTT wHN LM3MT" PRQ4EAM- _ FINE PREMIUMS AND GOOD FLOUR ASK YOUR GROCER ABOUT THE BEAUTI FUL CHINAWARE GIVEN AWAY WITH For sale at all grocery stores. ESCALADABROTHERS WHOLESALE DISTRIBUTORS PAGE TWO “I Am An” j (Continued from Page One) !“J Am An American Day” and I I call upon all state, county and local j officials, all patriotic, civil, educa tional and religious organizations to give special significance to our new . citizens on this day. IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the Great Seal oi Ari* on a to be affixed, this Eighth day of May. in the yean of our Lord One Thousand Nine Hundred and Forty-cne. SIDNEY P. OSBORN. GOVERNOR. j Attest: | HARRY M. MOORE, j Secretary of State. I TOURISTS! VISIT THE Concordia Bar HERMINIO MACIAS, Proprietor Just Across the Line “MLt"' | The Best of Liquors and S Reasonably Priced, too. You'll never forget a visit to The 1 Concordia.