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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL- Nogales’ Home Newspaper— NOGALES, ARIZ., FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1945
BLOOD CELL DISEASE
KILLS MANY CATTLE
Some twenty years ago a Kansas
veterinarian identified i. blood di
sease of cattle, previously unknown
in the United States. The disease
“anaplasmosis” or pasture sick
ness” is in many ways like human
malaria, for it is caused by a tiny
parasite which attacks the red
blood cells. Today, this disease has
reached serious proportions —is
now present in at least 23 states
and has also been identified in
sheep.
Anaplasmosis is spread from the
blood of one animal to another in
a variety of ways. It may be trans
mitted by mosquitoes, biting flies,
and ticks. Outbreaks have also
been traced to improperly steri
lized dehorning shears, castrating
knives, and contaminated hypo
dermic needles. Any object which
contacts blood of an affected ani
mal, then punctures the skin of a
healthy animal, may transmit the
disease.
Symptons include a quick drop
in weight and general condition
and sometimes jaund ce. The eye
balls, lining of the mouth, and
skin of the udders may have a
yellow color. On examination after
death, all tissues are abnormally
yellow and the gall bladder great
ly enlarged.
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Your man in the service will enjoy reading his hometown paper, j
In the United States or Overseas, no gift will be as welcome as the paper j
from home.
START IT TO HIM TODAY! |
Your letters tell him the personal family news, but. he wants to j
know EVERYTHING that’s going on back home—where his old buddies j
are, how the football team is doing, etc. j
Perhaps in the far-away jungl sor deserts or islands he will get f
several papers at one time, but a one or two-months’-old paper to him j
means a lot more than one hot off the press does to us. j
Every month we get scores of letters from service men, both in j:
this country and throughout the world, telling us how much reading the \
home town paper means to them and how they pass their copies around to \
the other boys until the papers are worn to shreds. \
THE NOGALES INTERNATIONAL may be sent to your man in
the service anywhere in the world at $2.50 a year. NO ADDITIONAL
RATE FOR OVERSEAS SUBSCRIPTIONS.
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Phone 45W 225 Grand Ave. jij
Veterinarians are well acquaint
ed with the areas where anaplas
mosis is known to occur with fre
quency. Hence, any sickness of this
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Animals recovering from Ana
plasmosis. »
nature noticed in newly arrived
animals or in home herds on pas
ture should be investigated im
mediately.
There is no vaccine or serum as
yet developed to prevent anaplas
mosis, hence it is important to
avoid introduction of the disease
into new territories. Owners should
also remember that recovered an
imals act as carriers for a long
time. Ridding animals of ticks,
protection from flies, and extreme
care in using vaccinating and de
horning equipment are essential in
prevention.
80,000 Arizonans
Qualify For
American Legion
PHOENIX. Sept. 6—John R. Stille,
state department commander, esti
mates 80,000 Arizonans qualify for
membership in the American Legion.
He said their admission is author
ized by recent announcement by the
national executive committee that
all those serving in the armed forces
on V-J day may join the Legion
without awaiting discharge.
Arizona has two of the largest
posts of the Legion in the country,
Luke Greenway Post No. 1 of Phoe
nix, seventh, and Morgan-McDer
mott Post No. 7, at Tucson, 29th. he
i said. The Phoenix post has 2.747
members and the Tucson post 1,953.
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R«leased by U. S. War Department, Bureau of Public Relations.
GI UNIVERSITY STUDY CENTER, FLORENCE, ITALY—
Above, this is the student body, composed entirely of American
soldiers, listening to Lieut. Gen. Lucian K. Truscott, commanding
general of the sth Army, speaking at the opening of the center.
Below, a close up of WACs and Nurses who formed a contingent of
the great body of students at the Florence University Center, Yes,
this GI school is co-ed.
Deferred Job
Quitters Held
Liable To Draft
Persons under 26 years of age who
voluntarily leave their jobs, for
which they have been deferred, and
do NOT receive Selective Service
prmission to leave the job, are sub
ject to immediate classification for
military duty, state Selective Ser
vice headquarters announced Wed
nesday.
Maj. Gen. Alexander M. Tuthill,
Selective Service director, notified
each draft board of the order, hahd
ed down from headquarters in
Washington, D.C. It was pointed
out if the person under 26 is severed
from employment by cutbacks or
other layoffs, the order does NOT
apply.
Paul Kane was a Nogaies visitor
from Elgin Wednesday.
Commerce Course
Offered Veterans
FLAGSTAFF. Sept. 6—The com
merce department of Arizona State
(college at Flagstaff is offering vet
j erans who wish to establish their
I own small business an 18 to 36 weeks
I business training course, starting
! this fall.
Dr. Ralph H. Pryor, commerce
department head, said registration
for the course will start Sept. 10 and
close Oct. 1. The course will be
built around the subject “how to
start your own business.”
Supplementary subjects will in
clude business English, salesman
ship and advertising, typing book
keeping and business law.
LEGAL NOTICE
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE COUNTY OF SANTA
CRUZ, STATE OF ARIZONA
In the Matter of the Estate of
Francisca Vda de Carrizoza, etc.,
Deceased.
NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
Notice is hereby given that Arturo
G. Valenzuela has filed in this
Court his petition for an Order of
Sale of All Real Estate and Personal
Property and that the same will be
heard on Saturday the 22nd day of
September, A. D. 1945 at 10:00
o’clock in the forenoon of said day,
at the courtroom of said Court, in
Nogales, County of Santa Cruz,
State of Arizona, and all persons
interested in said estate are notified
then and there to appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the
prayer of said petitioner should not
be granted.
Dated August 22nd, 1945.
DOROTHY TTTCOMB,
Clerk.
(Pub. Aug. 24, 31, Sept. 7, 14, 1B45)
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF SANTA CRUZ
In the Matter of the Estate of
CARMEN S. DE VASQUEZ,
Deceased.
ORDER TO SHOW CAUSE WHY
AN ORDER SHOULD NOT BE
GRANTED AUTHORIZING THE
ADMINISTRATOR WITH THE
WILL ANNEXED TO SELL
REAL ESTATE
On petition of J. M. Soto, Jr.,
Administrator with the Will An
nexed of the Estate of Carmen S.
de Vasquez, deceased, for an order
to sell the real estate therein des
cribed, it is hereby
ORDERED, that all persons in
terested in said estate appear before
the above entitled Superior Court
in the Court Room thereof in the
! Court House in the City of Nogales,
Santa Cruz County, State of Ari
zona, at ten o’clock A.M., on Satur
day, the 6th day of October, 1945
then and there to show cause, if
any they have, why an order should
not be granted to said Administra
tor with the Will Annexed to sell at
private sale, for cash, so much of
the real property of said decedent
as is necessary.
ORDERED, FURTHER, that this
order shall be published four con
secutive weeks in the Nogales Inter
national, a weekly newspaper pub
lished and of general circulation in
Santa Cruz County, Arizona.
DATED this Ist day of September,
1945.
GORDON FARLEY
I Judge of said Superior Court.
I (Publish Sept. 7, 14, 21, 28, 1945)
30th Division
Units
Receive Citations
WITH THE 30TH INFANTRY
DIVISION IN GERMANY, Aug. 30
—Three companies of the 823rd
Tank Destroyer Battalion have been
awarded the Distinguished Unit Ci
tation for their heroic stand against
crack Nazi Panzer divisions at Mor
tain, France, during the week of
August 6-12, 1944,
They are A. B. and the Tecon
naisSance companies.
Four Panzer Divisions struck at
30th Division defenses on the morn
ing of August 7 in a try to split the
First and Third American Armies.
The 823rd, along with other ele
ments of the 30th Division, held the
Nazis at bay, and through their gal
lant efforts thwarted the Nazi plans
to drive through to the sea.
“For six days the superior force
continued extremely heavy pressure,
in many instances completely isolat
ing groups of our forces. Though
subject to fierce attacks by day and
night, and though many casualties
were suffered, this brave group of
men effectively blocked the enemy’s
advance, inflicting crushing casual
ties upon his personnel and destroy
ing much of his equipment,” the
citation said.
Distinguished Unit Citation badges
were presented by Lieutenant Col
onel Stanley Dettmer of San Fran-
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118 Placed In
Jobs By Local
USES Office
Placements in the Nogales office
of the United States Employment
Service for the month of July total
ed 118, according to Robt. Camp
bell, manager of the local USES
cisco, Calif., the battalion com
mander, in a simple ceremony in
Germany.
Among those receiving the badges
was Cpl. Ruben C. Camou, 119 Per
kins street, Nogales, Arizona.
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Serving:
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(WHISKEY, BEER and WINE)
Reasonable Prices and Good Service
BEST FOOD IN NOGALES
And Cooked by JESSIE STEFFANI
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‘Let’s Meet and Eat at the Border Cafe’
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office.
Os the eight Veterans who were
placed, five were Veterans of World
War 11, and three were handicap
ped.
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Company, S. A.
Customs House and
Commission Brokers
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