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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL— Nogales’ Home Newspaper—
If KM NEWS
RESUMES STUDIES
IN MEXICO CITY
Donald Warren has returned to
the Mexico City College after spend
ing the Christmas holidays with his
sister, Mrs. James P. Doan, and
family, at their San Luis Ranch
(former Fleischer place) on the
river. Both Mr. Warren and Mrs.
Doan are former University of Ari
zona students.
Miss Tommy Middleton was in
town Tuesday from her home near
Sonoita.
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... with the praises of her
friends for recommending
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SUFFERS BURNS
IN EXPLOSION
Miss Estrella Joffroy, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Alberto Joffroy, 164
Sierra street, suffered first and sec
ond degree burns of the left hand
and face when a double boiler ex
ploded at home Sunday after-)
noon. Miss Joffroy is reported to
be improving and her many friends
wish her a quick recovery.
STEVE SUDDUTH
BACK FROM TEXAS
Steve Sudduth returned Sunday
evening from San Antonio, Texas,
where he spent the Christmas holi
days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. R. Sudduth, former residents of
this city. He reported extreme
weather conditions throughout Tex
as.
BABY GIRL
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiley (Alice
Franklin) have announced the birth
of a 7% pound boy in Austin, Texas,
December 30th. They have named
their latest addition to the family
“Terry Gene."
JIM CONVERSE HERE
Jim Converse, well known Pima
County cattleman, was here Monday
from Tucson.
ATTEMPTED BURGLARY
A burglar attempted to break into
the home of Pete Versus, 531 Craw
ford street, early Monday evening.
The burglar entered the house from
the rear by tearing off a screen win
dow and was scared away before
stealing anything.
Peter Lores, produce man, is in
the city on business. He is stopping
at the Montezuma Hotel.
Wirt G. Bowman was a business
visitor Monday, Tuesday and Wed
nesday from his winter home in
Tucson.
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Jimmy Harrison left Saturday for
Roswell, New Mexico, where he at
tends the New Mexico Military In
stitute.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernesto Vasquez
Quiroga (Yolanda Elias) are the
proud parents of a baby girl born
Saturday at the Nogales, Sonora,
Hospital.
Twice Daily Service
to TUCSON
PHOENIX
*CASA GRANDE
**COOLIDGE
Lv. NOGALES 8:35 am & 4:25 pm
Ar. NOGALES 8:30 am & 3:10 pm
♦Stops at Casa Grande—
Tues. Wed. Fri. & Sun.
** Stops at Coolidge—
Mon. Thurs. & Sat.
For Tickets and Information
Phone 630 Montezuma Hotel
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NOGALES, ARIZ., FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1947
STUDENTS RETURN 1
TO STATE UNIVERSITY
Among students who returned to
Tucson Sunday to resume their
studies at the University of Arizona
after spending the holidays in No
gales were Misses Mary Ann Myers,
Mary Allen Smith, Frances Ellen
Carroon, Martha Ann Frazier, Mar
garet Wise, Irene Peterson, Virginia
Harrison, Nancy Masteller, Thalia,
Ephterpe and Katherine Panas;
Messrs. Herb. Chatham, Earl Pot
tinger, John Peterson, Johnny Mora,
A1 Larson, Rudy Grijalva, Henry
Aviles, Jim Macris, Frank Rios, Gil
bert Noriega, A1 Ezree, Ed Titcomb,
Charles Smith, George Franklin,
Peter Saldamando, O. A. Smith,
Gene Sykes and Bill Crydermann.
FISHING TRIP t>
Harry Chernin and son Homer,
and Ted Chaney left the first of the
month on a fishing trip to northern
Arizona. Homer returned Saturday.
He reported extreme weather and
much snow, also numerous hunters
from all parts of the state. Harry
and Ted were expected to return
yesterday or Wednesday.
HERE FOR HOLIDAYS
Mrs. Margarita Coffin and daugh
ters Virgie and Margie, and niece
Mrs. Javina Murphy, and Elmer
Putnam, all of San Francisco, spent
the holidays at the A. J. Baca home
on Hudgin street.
BABY GIRL
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Camou (Joy
Stevenson of Tacoma, Washington)
announce the birth of a baby girl,
Cecilia Jean, on December 20, at
Oakland, California. Mr. Camou is
the son of Mrs. Alicia T. de Camou,
114 Plum street, and is a graduate of
Nogales High School. He served in
World War II with the Navy.
HERE FOR HOLIDAYS
Mr. and Mrs. Augustin L. Ashford
and two children and Mr. and Mrs.
Frank Ashford and Miss Socorro
Ashford, all of Los Angeles, spent
the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Gus
Ashford, 249 East street, parents of
Augustin, Frank, and Socorro.
BARBECUE SUNDAY
The barbecue and barn raising at
the polo field on the Tucson road
will be held Sunday, having been
postponed from last Sunday on ac
count of cold weather.
Hubie Lougarn left for Los Ange
les Tuesday after being the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. Clell Schrader for the
past two weeks.
Willard B. Fleming, attorney for
the Veterans Administration in
Phoenix, was in Nogales on business
Wednesday.
Sheriff J. J. Lowe is escorting Di
metrio Ortega Dias to the state
prison in Florence today.
Mrs. James Fraizer was a visitor
here Monday from Elgin.
Herbert Wisdom was a business
visitor Tuesday from Calabasas.
Mr. and Mrs. George Russ are
back from Colorado to remain until
the close of the west coast of Mexico
vegetable shipping season.
Bob Hoeffer left Tuesday for
Hermosillo, accompanied by his
brewmaster, Bud Daniels, formerly
of Los Angeles.
BABY GIRL
BERNADEEN SHUMAKE
WEDS TUCSONAN
Miss Bernadeen Shumake, daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Shumake
of Patagonia, married Hector Cer
vantes of Tucson on Nov. 20th in
Nogales, Sonora, it was announced
this week. They are residing in
Tucson where Cervantes is employed
by the Santa Rita Hotel. The bride,
graduate of Patagonia High School,
attended college at Tempe and Flag
staff, and recently has been employ
ed in the county recorder’s office at
Tucson.
HARRISON AT
CATTLEMEN’S MEETING
R. M. Harrison left Wednesday for
Phoenix by Arizona Airways to at
tend the cattlemen’s convention. He
is expected to return today.
SON OF SPENCER
TRACY VISITOR
John Tracy, son of Spencer Tracy,
. motion picture actor, arrived Satur
. day from Hollywood to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Gilbert Procter.
DEATH CLAIMS
20 Day Old Girl
Carol Jane Chism, 20 day old
s daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyman
■ Chism, Tucson road, passed away
; Monday in St. Joseph’s Hospital.
! Services were held in the chapel of
the Carroon Mortuary at 3 o’clock
Tuesday afternoon. Rev. R. E.
Tucker of the Baptist ministry offi
■ ciated.
Ted Jones, U. S. Navy, has re
turned to Moffett Field, Calif., and
| Joe Mapes to San Gabriel, Calif.,
after visiting their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Mapes of Patagonia.
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Ear hart
motored to Phoenix Tuesday where
Mr. Earhart will represent Santa
Cruz County when the state legisla
, ture convenes Monday.
James V. Robins left for Hermo
sillo on business Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. Gaston Mascarenas
are the proud parents of an 8 pound
baby boy born in Tucson at St.
Mary’s Hospital Tuesday night.
R. T. Frazier was in St. Joseph’s
Hospital the first five days of the
new year undergoing a physical
• checkup.
i Bobo Chapman was here Tuesday
on business from his ranch in the
| valley.
'i
t Harry Drewin, former policeman
i of this city, is a visitor here from
Long Beach, California.
Tommy Jamesson, cattle buyer, is
i a business visitor. He is stopping at
the Montezuma Hotel.
: Frieda Stuart, former resident of
Nogales, was a visitor from her
home in Holbrook at the home of
> Vivian Meadows for the Christmas
holidays. Miss Meadows is the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H.
!: Meadows of West street.
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* Miss Geneva Chapman and Mrs.
W. Chapman arrived Tuesday morn
ing from Los Mochis, where they
' | spent the Christmas holidays, en
> | route to Los Angeles where Miss
' Chapman is a student at Mary
mount College.
Jim Garrett was a business visitor
in Tucson Tuesday.
Bird Yoas was in the city Monday
from his ranch near Amado.
Manny Lowe, manager of the
Charles G. Boice Oil Agency, was
taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital last
week for treatment for pneumonia.
David Escareno, butcher at Pro
gressive Grocer, suffered hand in
juries Monday from an electric meat
saw.
David Dodson of Tucson was a
business visitor here Tuesday and
Wednesday. He is affiliated with
the Mutual Insurance Company.
Walter Holm, Jr., was a visitor in
Tucson Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sam T. Hill were
visitors here Wednesday from their j
ranch in the Elgin district.
Dr. and Mrs. Carlton E. Towne
of Tucson and guest, Miss Daisy
Connell of Ann Arbor, Mich., a
cousin of Dr. Towne, were visitors
here Sunday. Miss Connell is coun
selor at Michigan Children’s Insti
tute in Ann Arbor.
Miss Virginia Harrison is confined
to her home with tonsilitis. She
arrived Tuesday night from Tucson
where she is attending the univer
sity.
Robert Bacon, local Studebaker
agent, was in Phoenix Tuesday on
business.
Jim Harrison, son of Mr. and Mrs. •
R. M. Harrison, returned Saturday)
to Roswell, New Mexico, where he is
attending the New Mexico Military
Institute, after spending the Christ
mas holidays here with his parents.
Joe Puchi is the owner of a beau
tiful new Chrysler sedan purchased
from the John Elias Motors.
HARRY DREWIEN
NOGALES VISITOR
Harry T. Drewien, wife, and son
and daughter, of Bellflower, Calif.,
formerly of Nogales, and brother,
Roderick Drewien of San Francisco,
arrived here Sunday from Los Mo
chis where they spent the holidays
with the two Drewien brothers’ par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Drewien.
They are guests at the Lee Edge
home on the Tucson road. Harry
Drewien moved away from here in
1941.
S.P. President
Nogales Visitor
A. T. Mercier of San Francisco,
president of the Southern Pacific
Railroad company, was a Nogales
visitor Tuesday en route to Mexico.
Discussing the railroad’s chief
problem, new equipment, Mercier
said that the vicious circle of pro
duction difficulties was slowing the
delivery of badly needed rolling
stock, notably freight and passenger
cars.
Steel mills cannot gear to full pro
duction because they lack ore; the
railroads cannot furnish sufficient
cars to haul ore because they lack
the cars. The same situation con
fronts the lumber companies of the
Pacific Northwest, Mercier said.
“However, everybody is doing all
they can to speed things up to a
return of normal production and,
meanwhile, the public seems to un
derstand the situation pretty thor
oughly and is sympathetic with in
dustry’s troubles,” Mercier said.
Death Claims
Mrs. S. Mastick
Mrs. Simon Mastick, wife of Simon
Mastick, operator of the Monte
Carlo Dairy, passed away January
Ist at her home as the result of a
heart attack following child birth.
She was bom in San Ignacio,
Sinaloa, Mexico, and had resided in
Nogales for the past 20 years.
Funeral services were held on
January 4th with burial following in
the Nogales cemetery.
She is survived by her husband,
a daughter Virginia, and a son
Simon, Jr.
TEMPORARILY OUT OF
AUTO LICENSE PLATES
The county assessor’s office is
temporarily out of 1947 auto license
plates. A new shipment is expected
this week.
POLICE COURT
The Nogales City Police report the
following record for the past week:
2 arrests for vagrancy, 1 arrest for
disturbing the peace, 1 arrest for
operating a commercial truck with
out a license, 1 arrest for safe keep
ing, and 3 fence jumpers who were
j turned over to United States Immi
gration officers.
SNOW AT BISBEE
Herbert R. Chatham, Assistant
Collector of Customs, was a visitor
in Bisbee Tuesday. He reported the
ground there covered with snow and
it was snowing when he left there
Tuesday evening.
Miss Connie Lopez and Miss Alice
Perez returned to Los Angeles
Thursday after visiting Miss Lopez’
mother, Mrs. Amelia Lopez, at her
home on Wayside Drive.
Edward Stoller, Jr., motored to
Tucson Thursday.
Mrs. Walter Lawson of Morenci
and son Tom, University of Arizona
student, were visitors here Sunday.
S/Sgt. Joe M. Cota, Jr., has ar
rived in Los Angeles on terminal
leave. Recently he was at Madigan
General Hospital, Tacoma, Wash.
“LUCK AND LOVES OF LUCKY
BA L D WIN.” HE GATHERED
RICHES AND RENOWN WHAT
EVER HE TRIED HIS HAND AND
HIS FABULOUS LUCK HELD OUT
IN EVERYTHING HE UNDER
TOOK, EXCEPT LOVE. READ HIS
STORY IN THE AMERICAN
WEEKLY, THE MAGAZINE DIS
TRIBUTED WITH NEXT SUN
DAY’S LOS ANGELES EX AMIN- •
ER. (Adv.)
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LEGAL NOTICE
Application For Treasurer’s Deed
TREASURER’S OFFICE
Santa Cruz County,
State of Arizona
Notice is hereby given that Joe
Kane, has applied for a treasurer’s
deed to the following described real
property, owned by Ben & Mary
Powell, and situated in Santa Cruz
County, State of Arizona.
DESCRIPTION
Town of Patagonia, Lots 9-10-11-
12-13-14-15, Block I. Also Tract
North of Block I, 8 ft. x 100 ft.
which, on the 14th day of February,
1939, was sold to State of Arizona,
for taxes, interest, penalties and
charges amounting to Fifty-eight
dollars and forty cents. If redemp
tion according to law be not made
before the 12th day of February,
1947, I will convey said premises to
such applicant or his assigns.
C. MIGNARDOT,
Treasurer of Santa Cruz
County, State of Arizona.
(Pub. Jan. 10, 17, 1947)
Fire Department
Answers 2 Calls
The Nogales Fire Department an
swered two alarms Monday.
At 3:15 in the afternoon, trash
and an oil drum caught fire between
the Nogales Cheshire Motors and
the Foxworth-Killen lumber yard.
The blaze was extinguished quickly
with no damage done.
The second alarm at 8:15 p.m. was
at the J. Rodriguez home, 129 Bost
wick Court, which was .caused by a
heater. Captain Ralph Woodhouse
reported slight damage.
MARRIAGE LICENSES
David Peskin, 30, New York City,
to Joi Bauers, 29, San Francisco.
Miguel Miranda, 21, to Angelina
Juarez, 21, both of Amado.
James Rogers Mitchell, 24, Tucson,
to Ruby Louise Blayda, 29, Las
Vegas, Nevada.
Warren Fowler Hastings, 24,
Southwick, Mass., to Mayneill Allen,
26, Las Vegas, Nevada.
Roy Vujovich, 21, to Coleen Hol
brook, 18, both of Los Angeles.
Eniqrue Ronquillo, 20, to Rose Kin
Gomez, 16, both of Nogales, Arizona.
Clay D. Guess, 23, Fort Huachuca,
to Jean Barrett, 17, Tucson.
Walter Frkich, legal age, to Mary
Muroa, legal age, both of Nogales,
Arizona.
Mrs. Clementine Temple returned
Monday from Abilene and Mineral
Wells, Texas, whese she spent the
holidays.
CAUSE AND EFFECT
Chiropractic does not try to produce health through the
administration of inorganic chemicals, but believes’ that normal
structure produces normal action of all organs of digestion, assimi
lation, circulation and elimination. It believes that normal action
plus right eating and living habits automatically produce health.
DR. MILLIE A. WILSTON
CHIROPRACTOR
Suite of Offices
Phone 515-J Upstairs, 136 Grand Ave.
Advertisement
from where I sit Joe Marsh
How to Handle
a Fortune
Some months ago I reported in
the Clarion how Mel Bate’s uncle
died up north, and left him with a
tidy fortune.
Naturally, our town was curious
to see how Mel would spend it:
Traveling around the world , ..
getting a new house or car.. .
.rearing fancy clothes ... or din
ing on cold pheasant and cham
pagne ...?
We can now report, Mel hasn’t
changed a bit! Drop in on him any
night, and you’ll find him in his
shirt sleeves by the fire, chatting
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How to Handle
a Fortune
with the Missus, sharing a mellow
glass of beer with friends.
From where I sit, Mel has
learned the art of handling money
—as well as handling people. You
don’t let cash-in-the-bank push
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let people push you around. If you
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