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NOGALES INTERNATIONAL— Nogales’ Home Newspaper—
LEGAL NOTICE
STATE OF ARIZONA
ARIZONA CORPORATION
COMMISSION
TO ALL TO WHOM THESE
PRESENTS SHALL COME,
GREETING:
I, Olwen Fraley, Secretary of the
Arizona Corporation Commission,
do hereby certify that the annexed
is a true and complete copy of the
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF WALTER HOLM & CO. PRE
PACKAGERS OF FANCY TOMA
TOES which were filed in the office
of said Arizona Corporation Commis
sion on the Twentieth day of De
cember A. D., 1946, at 9:30 o’clock
A. M., as provided by law.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed
the official seal of the Arizona Cor
poration Commission, at the Capitol,
in the City of Phoenix, this 20th day
of December, 1946 A. D.
Olwen Fraley
SEAL Secretary
By
Assistant Secretary
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
OF
WALTER HOLM! & CO.
PREPACKAGERS OF FANCY
TOMATOES
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE
PRESENTS: That we, the under
signed, having associated ourselves
for the purpose of forming a cor
pration under the laws of the State
of Arizona, do hereby adopt the
following Articles of Incorporation:
ARTICLE I.
The name of the corporation shall
be
WALTER HOLM & CO.
PREPACKAGERS OF FANCY
TOMATOES
Its principal place of business with
in Arizona shall be in the City of
Nogales, County of Santa .Cruz,
State of Arizona, but other offices
may be established and maintained
within or outside of Arizona at such
places as the Board of Directors
may designate where meetings of
stockholders and directors may be
held and any or all corporate busi
ness transacted. The corporation
may acquire, carry on and conduct
any business under the name and
style of Walter Holm & Co.
ARTICLE 11.
The names, residences and post
office addresses of the incorporators
are:
W. Holm
222 Pajarito
Nogales, Arizona
James V. Robins
212 Pajarito Street
Nogales, Arizona
ARTICLE 111.
The general nature of the business
to be transacted by the corporation
is, to produce buy, sell, and in every
manner deal in and with fruits,
vegetables and produce; to carry on
the business of conditioning, storing,
packing, repacking, and prepackag- ,
ing tomatoes, fruits, vegetables and
produce of every kind; to own and
* operate motor trucks and other kinds
of transportation equipment and to
carry and transport tomatoes, fruit,
vegetables and produce and goods,
tfares and merchandise to and from
places both within and without the
-State of Arizona, for itself, and also
for other persons, firms and corpor
ations, for hire; to act as grower’s,
shipper’s, buyer’s and seller’s agent,
factor and broker in handling, ship
ping, marketing, selling, or other
wise acquiring or disposing of fruits,
vegetables and produce; to carry on
a general merchandise business; to
own and control shares of its own
capital stock and stock of other cor
porations; to acquire by purchase,
lease, exchange, or otherwise and to
•own and hold real estate, buildings
and improvements, furniture, fix
tures, tools, equipment and other
personal property necessary, con
venient or proper in promoting or
carrying out said objects; to borrow
money and to issue bonds, notes,
debentures and other evidences of
indebtedness and to secure the pay*
ment thereof by mortgage, deed of
trust or otherwise; and generally to
do any and all things and transact
such business in connection with the
foregoing objects not inconsistent
with law, in any part of the world,
as the Board of Directors may deem
to the advantage of the corporation.
ARTICLE IV.
The capital stock of the corpora
tion shall be Three Hundred Thous
and ($300,000.00) Dollars, divided
into three thousand (3,000) shares
of the par value of One Hundred
($100.00) Dollars each, which shall
be paid in at such times as the
Board of Directors may designate
in cash, real or personal property,
services, or any other valuable right
or thing for the uses and purposes
of the corporation; and all shares
of capital stock when issued in ex
change therefor shall thereupon and
thereby become and be fully paid the
same as though paid for in cash at
par and shall be forever nonassess
able, and the judgment of the direc
tors as to the value of any property,
right or thing acquired in exchange
for capital stock shall be conclusive.
ARTICLE V.
The time of the commencement
of this corporation shall be the date
upon which a Certificat of Incorpor
ation shall be issued to it by the
Arizona Corporation Commission,
and the termination thereof shall
be twenty-five years thereafter, pro
vided that this corporation may be
LEGAL NOTICE
renewed from time to time there
after as provided by law.
ARTICLE VI.
The management and control of
the business, property and affairs
of the corporation shall be vested in
and conducted by a Board of not
less than three nor more than seven
directors as may be prescribed by
the by-laws. The directors shall be
elected from among the stockholders
at their annual meeting to be held
on the first Tuesday after the first
day of January of each year com
mencing with the year 1948, and
shall hold office until their succes
sors are elected and qualified. The
directors shall have power to adopt,
amend and rescind by-laws, to fill
vacancies occurring in the Board or
any office for any cause and to ap
point such committees or such other
officers or agents as they may deem
proper.
ARTICLE VII.
The officers of this corporation
shall be a President, Vice-President,
Secretary and Treasurer, and such
other officers as the Board of Direc
tors shall deem necessary or expedi
ent. Any two of said offices except
those of President and Vice-Presi
dent may be held by the same per
son. The officers shall be elected
annually, by, from and among the
directors, immediately after the an
nual meeting of the stockholders
and shall hold office until their suc
cessors are elected and qualified.
ARTICLE VIII.
The highest amount of indebted
ness or liability, direct or contingent,
to which the corporation may at any
time subject itself is Two Hundred
Thousand ($200,000.00) Dollars.
ARTICLE IX.
The private property of the incor
porators, members, officers and di
rectors of the corporation shall be
forever exempt from all corporate
debts.
ARTICLE X.
James V. Robins, of Nogales, Ari
zona, who has been a bona fide res
ident of the State of Arizona for
more than three years last past, is
hereby appointed the agent of this
corporation upon whom all notices
and processes, including summons,
may be served. This appointment
may be revoked by the Board of Di
rectors at any time by the filing of
the appointment of another agent.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we
have hereunto set our hands and
seals at Nogales, Arizona, this 17th
day of December, 1946.
W. Holm (SEAL)
James V. Robins (SEAL)
STATE OF ARIZONA
County of Santa Cruz SS.
On this the 17th day of December,
1946, before me, Dolores M. Lopez,
the undersigned officer, personally
appeared W. Holm and James V.
Robins, known to me to be the per
sons whose names are subscribed to
the within instrument, and ac
knowledged that they executed the
same for the purposes therein con
tained.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I here
unto set my hand and official seal.
My commission expires: Dec. 5,
1947.
Dolores M. Lopez
Notary Public
(Notarial Seal)
Arizona Corporation Commission,
Incorporating Division, Filed Dec.
20, 1946, at 9:30 A. M. at request of
James V. Robins whose address is
212 Trust Bldg., Nogales, Arizona,
OLWEN FRALEY
Secretary
By B. Amundson
(Pub. 6t beginning 1-1-1947)
NOTICE INVITING BIDS FOR
THE PURCHASE OF REAL ES
TATE FROM THE CITY OF
NOGALES
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
that the Mayor and Board of Alder
men of the City of Nogales will at
or after 8:00 P.M. on February 3,
1947, receive sealed, written bids at
the office of the City Clerk in the
City of Nogales, Santa Cruz County,
Arizona for the purchase from said
City of the following described land
and real estate situated in th e City
of Nogales, Santa Cruz County,
State of Arizona, to-wit:
Beginning at the southwestern
corner of Lot 22; thence at 89 de
grees and 9 minutes southerly with
the southwestern boundary of Lot 22
47.3 feet to a point; thence with an
interior angle of 67 degrees and 54
minutes easterly 93.5 feet to a point;
thence with an interior angle of 176
degrees and 55 minutes 44.8 feet to
a point; thence with an interior
angle of 108 degrees 41 minutes
northerly 5.8 feet to a point; thence
with an interior angle 77 degrees 2
minutes westerly along the south
easterly side line of Lot 22 39.5 feet
to a point; thence with an interior
angle 200 degrees and 19 minutes
78 feet along the southwestern
boundary of Lot 22' to the point of
beginning of this lot. This lot is an
undivided portion of Block 18 No
gales Townsite.
Lots 17 and 19, partial subdivision
of blocks 113, 113 A, 114, 114 A, and
115 of the Northern addition amend
ed and augumented to the City of
Nogales, Arizona June 14, 1938 and
SeDtember 29, 1937 as surveyed by
Fletcher M. Doan and on record in
the Court House of Santa Cruz
County.
Beginning at the southeast comer
monument of Nogales Townsite;
thence north 62 degrees 28 minutes
west along the southern side line of
NOGALES, ARIZ., FRIDAY, JAN. 10, 1947
LEGAL NOTICE
Lot 16, Block 16 737 feet to a point;
thence north 22 degrees 29 minutes
east 107.5 feet to a point; thence
north 36 degrees 41 minutes west 93
feet to a point, this point being the
point of beginning of the lot; thence
north 51 degrees 4 minutes east 145.6
feet to a point; thence south 36
degrees 32 minutes east 59 feet to
a point; thence south 53 degrees 59
minutes west 83.5 feet to a point;
thence north 74 degrees 56 minutes
west 67.5 feet to the point of be
ginning of this lot comprising 13
acres. All being- subdivided from Lot
16, of Block 16, Nogales Townsite.
Beginning at a point north 36°
25’ east 53.18 feet to a point; thence
north 0° 45’ west 157.61 feet from
the northwestern comer of Lot 179
on the eastern side line of Wash
ington Drive in the Western Sub
division of the City of Nogales,
County of Santa Cruz, State of Ari
zona; thence south 89° 15’ west 150
feet to a point; thence 90° north
erly 200 feet to a point; thence 90°
westerly 150 feet to a point on the
eastern side line of Washington
Drive; thence paralleling the east
ern side of Washington Drive 200
feet southerly to the point of be
ginning.
Lot 47 and 48, Block 94, Western
Subdivision of the City of Nogales,
County of Santa Cruz, State of Ari
zona.
Lot 3, Liberty Place Nogales
Townsite.
Beginning at the western corner
of Lot 129 of the Western Subdivi
sion of the City of Nogales, thence
45 feet northeasterly along the
northwest end line of Lot 129 to a
point; thence 90° northwesterly 150
feet to a point; thence 90° south
westerly 45 feet to a point; thence
90° southeasterly 150 feet to point
of beginning in the City of Nogales,
County of Santa Cruz, State of
Arizona.
Beginning at the western comer
of Lot 128 of the Western Subdivi
sion of the City of Nogales; thence
60 feet northeasterly along the
northwest end line of Lot 128 to a
point; thence 90° northwesterly 150
feet to a point; thence 90° south
westerly 60 feet to a point; thence
90° southeasterly 150 feet to point
of beginning in the City of Nogales,
County of Santa Cruz, State of Ari
zona.
Bids for the purchase of said
property or any thereof will be re
ceived, opened and considered by
said Mayor and Board of Aldermen
at or any time after the hour and
date above mentioned until all such
property has been sold to the suc
cessful bidder to whom the City of
Nogales will convey such "prop srty
only by quit-claim deed. The Mayor
and Board of Aldermen reserve the
right to re.'c-rt any or all bids.
Dated December 26, 1946.
ALEX L. DURAZO,
City Clerk,
City of Nogales, Arizona.
(Pub. Jan. 1, 10, 17, 24, 31, 1947.)
o
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT
OF THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF SANTA CRUZ
W. H. Foster and Don Wood,
co-partners doing business un
der the firm name and style of
Foster and Wood,
Plaintiffs
vs.
George Papchores,
Defendant
No. 3798
SUMMONS
THE STATE OF ARIZONA to the
above named defendant George
Papachores.
YOU ARE HEREBY SUMMONED
and required to appear and defend
in the above entitled action in the
above entitled court, within TWEN
TY DAYS, exclusive of the day of
service, after service of this sum
mons upon you if served within the
State of Arizona, or within THIRTY
DAYS, exclusive of the day of serv
ice, if served without the State of
Arizona, and you are hereby notified
that in case you fail so to do, judg
ment by default will be rendered
against you for the relief demanded
in the complaint.
The name and address of plain
tiff’s attorney is James V. Robins,
212 Trust Bldg., Nogales, Arizona.
GIVEN under my hand and the
seal of the Superior Court of the
■ State of Arizona in and for the
County of Santa Cruz, this 12th day
of December, 1946.
DOROTHY TITCOMB,
Clerk
(SEAL)
(Pub. 4 wks. beginning 12-13-46)
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF SANTA CRUZ
In the Matter of the Estate of
ELLTON MARTIN LINK,
sometimes known as ELL LINK,
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned James V. Robins, admin
istrator of the estate of Ellton Mar
tin Link, sometimes known as Ell
Link, deceased, to the creditors of,
and all persons having claims
against, the said deceased, to exhibit
them with the necessary vouchers
within four months after the first
publication of this notice to the said
James V. Robins at his law offices
at No. 212 Trust Building, Nogales,
Arizona, the same being the place
for the transaction of the business
of said estate in the County of Santa
George Papchores,
Mercier Tells
Outlook For
SP Streamliners
Southern Pacific Company han
dled its greatest peacetime volume of
freight in 1946, but, except for a fed
eral tax credit carry-over, it would
have suffered a financial loss for
the year, President A. T. Mercier
said in year-end comment on the
railroad’s operations.
This situation was brought about,
he explained, by large wage increas
es; heavy taxes, other than federal
income tax; and skyrocketing prices
of railroad supplies, without an ac
companying commensurate increase
in charges for railroad services.
Prospects were brightened consid-
LEGAL NOTICE
Cruz, State of Arizona.
Dated January 4, 1947.
JAMES V. ROBINS,
Administrator of the Estate of
Ellton Martin Link, sometimes
known as Ell Link, deceased.
(Pub. Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, 1947)
IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF
THE STATE OF ARIZONA
IN AND FOR THE COUNTY
OF SANTA CRUZ
In the Matter of the Estate of
LUCIA J. WISE, SS.
Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given by the un
dersigned J. E. Wise, executor of the
Will of Lucia J. Wise, deceased, to
the creditors of, and all persons
having claims against the said de
ceased, to exhibit them, with the
necessary vouchers, within 10
months after the first publication of
this notice to the said J. E. Wise at
the law offices of James V. Robins,
212 Trust Building, Nogales, the
same being the place for the trans
action of the business of said estate,
in the County of Santa Cruz, State
of Arizona.
J. E. WISE,
Executor of the Will of
Lucia J. Wise, deceased.
Dated this 4th day of January,
1947.
(Pub. Jan. 10, 17, 24, 31, 1947)
CASA DE KEFOSO, INC.
KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRES
ENTS: That we, the undersigned, having
ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION OF
associated ourselves together for the pur
pose of forming a corporation under and
by virtue of the Laws of Arizona hereby
adopt the following Articles of Incorpora
tion. I. The name of the corporation shall
be CASA DE REPOSO, INC., and its
principal place of business shall be No
gales, Arizona, but other offices may be
established and maintained within or with
out the State of Arizona at such Places
as the Board of Directors may designate
and where meetings of either directors
or stockholders may be held. 11. The
names, residences and post office addres
ses of the incorporators are: FISHER A.
DAVIDSON, 135 South Central Avenue,
Phoenix, Arizona: BONNIE PATTERSON
POWERS, Box 1136, Coolidge, Arizona:
and RALPH BARRY. Route 7, Box 566,
Phoenix, Arizona. 111. The nature of the
business of the corporation and the ob
jects and purposes proposed to be trans
acted, promoted, or carried on by it, are
as follows, to-wit: A. To buy, sell, con
struct, maintain, operate, lease or other
wise deal in sanatoriums, health resorts,
rest homes, health clinics, hospitals, in
firmaries and the like for the healing
and curing of the sick and disabled, and
to render therein such services, functions
and ministrations of a curative nature as
are usually employed or which may be
deemed advisable, and to employ physi
cians, nurses and other necessary at
tendants therein; and to buy, own. main
tain, operate, sell and otherwise deal
in drug stores and apothecary shops in
connection therewith and to employ phar
macists and other necessary attendants
therein. B. To buy, sell, construct, main
tain, operate, lease or otherwise deal in
tourist courts, tourist cabins, tourist
camps, camp grounds, hotels, rooming
houses, restaurants, soda fountains and
the like, and to buy, sell and dispense .
foods and beverages of all kinds. C. To
borrow money in the name of the cor
poration for any of the purposes herein
expressed. D. To obtain all governmental
powers and authorities necessary to carry
out or extend any of the above obje.cts.
E. To buy or otherwise acquire, hold,'
manage and control real and personal
property of every description, including
its own stock and stock in any other
corporations, and to sell and convey, mort
gage, pledge, lease or otherwise deal in
such property or any part thereof. F. To
do and perform all acts necessary or in
cidental to the powers and purposes above
expressed. IV. The amount of capital stock
of this corporation shall be Fifty thousand
(50,000) which shall be divided into
Five hundred (500) shares of the par
value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars
each, which shall be paid in at such
times as the Board of Directors may
designate, in cash, real or personal prop
erty, or services, as the Board of Di
rectors may determine and the decision
of the Board of Directors as to the value
of any such real or personal property
or services shall be final, conclusive and
binding upon the said corporation. The
private property of the officers and stock
holders of this corporation is forever ex
empt from corporate debts. V. The time
of the commencement of this corporation
shall be the day that a certificate of" in
corporation is issued by the Corporation
Commission of the State of Arizona, and
the time of its termination shall be
twenty-five (25) years thereafter, with a
privilege of renewal according to law.
VI. The affairs of the corporation shall
be conducted by a Board of Directors of
not less than three nor more than five
in number as determined by the by-laws,
the first Board of Directors to be three
in number and such officers as said Di
rectors shall elect or appoint. The Direc
tors shall be elected annually at the an
nual meeting of stockholders, which shall
be held on the second Monday in Janu
ary of each year. Until the first annual
meeting of the stockholders and until their
successors have been elected and quali
fied, the following named persons shall
be directors: Fisher A. Davidson, Bonnie
Patterson Powers, and Ralph Barry: Bon
nie Patterson Powers shall be President:
Fisher A. Davidson shall be Secretary and
Treasurer. The directors shall have the
power to adopt, amend and rescind by
laws, and to appoint the officers of the
corporation and to fix their salaries. They
shall also have the power to fill any
vacancy occurring in their board by _ ap
pointment. At ail elections of the direc
tors of this corporation each stockholder
shall be entitled to as many votes as
shall be equal to the number of his
shares of stock, multiplied by the num
ber of directors to be elected, and he
may cast all of said votes for a single
director, or any two or more of them, as
he may see fit. VII. The highest amount
of indebtedness or liability, directly or con
tingent, to which the corporatmn shall at
any time subject itself, shall in no case
exceed two-thirds (2/3) of the authorized
capital stock. VIII. Ralph Barn', who
has been a bona fide resident of Phoenix,
Maricopa County, Arizona, for the past
three years, is hereby appointed the law
ful agent in behalf of this corporation in
and for the State of Arizona to accept
and acknowledge service of, and upon
whom may be served, all process or
processes in any action or proceeding, and
when so served, such service shall be
deemed to be lawful personal service upon
such corporation. In WITNESS WHEREOF
we hereunto affix our names this 19th
day of November, A. D., 1946. FISHER
A. DAVIDSON, BONNIE PATTERSON
POWERS, and RALPH BARRY STATE
OF ARIZONA. COUNTY OF MARICOPA
ss. This instrument was acknowledged
before me this 19th day of November,
1946, by FISHER A. DAVIDSON. BON
NIE PATTERSON POWERS, and RALPH
BARRY, known to me to be the persons
whose names are subscribed to the fore
going Articles of Incorporation and who
personally appeared before me and ac
knowledged to me that they executed the
same for the purposes and considerations
therein expressed. IN WITNESS WHERE
OF I have hereunto set my hand and
seal. CHARLES BERNSTEIN, Notary
Public. MY COMMISSION EXPIRES: Feb.
sth. 1950. (Notarial Seal).
erably by the Interstate Commerce
Commission’s decision of December
5, granting an average increase of
17.6 per Cent in interstate freight
rates for the country as a whole,
effective January 1, 1947, and mak
ing permanent the 10 per cent in
crease in passenger fares authorized
as temporary relief in 1942.
Southern Pacific’s extensive post
war improvement program has been
slowed by the nation’s product**
lag, he said, but in the last half of
1946 deliveries reached good volume
on the company’s orders for 5,000
new modern lightweight freight cars,
more than 3700 of these having now
been received. Delivery of 5,000 new
refrigerator cars for Pacific Fruit
Express Company, of which South
ern Pacific is half owner, is to be
made in 1947.
More recently, Southern Pacific
placed orders for 20 heavy duty
Diesel-electrics to its fleet of switch
engines of this type, already one of
the largest in the country.
Delivery of the company’s “Shasta
Daylight” coach streamliners, for
operation between San Francisco
and Portland, is now expected in the
last quarter of 1947, Mr. Mercier
stated. A pair of de luxe extra fare
streamliners, as yet unnamed, for
the Los Angeles-Chicago run is to
follow. Also on order is new light
weight equipment for use in the
company’s premier trains now in
service, such as the “Cascade” of the
San Francisco-Portland run, “Over
land Limited” between San Fran-
Gisco and Chicago, and the “Golden
State Limited” in Los Angeles-
Chicago service.
Perry Ling New
Assistant
Attorney General
Perry Ling of Prescott wa» ap
pointed Monday by Atty. Gen. John
L. Sullivan an assistant attorney
general. He is a brother of U. S.
District Judge Dave W. Ling.
The new assistant recently went
out of office as deputy Yavapai
County attorney. He practiced law
in Jerome for 20 years before going
to Prescott.
How to be happy
-10 years from today 1
Suppose it costs you $75. Well, 10 years
* later—to the day—you’ll turn it in and receive
SIOO. Uncle Sam will give you back your
money —plus a fine fat bonus of $25!
It will come in handy!
TODAY, by and large, most of us are earning
pretty good money. But 5, 10 years from now
—who can say ?
One thing is certain: having extra cash-in
* hand never hurt a man. U. S. Savings Bonds i
are the safest investment in the whole world.
They are your sure protection for the future 1 •
You can buy them at banks and post offices,
just like War Bonds. But the most convenient
way is to buy them through your Payroll Savings
So, today, take this extra step toward your
own future financial independence and ...
BUY YOUR EXTRA BONO NOW/
This is an official U. S. Treasury advertisement—prepared under auspices oi Treasury Department and Advertising Council j
This is one of a series of patriotic advertisements sponsored by
the following border firms:
R. T. FLEISCHER & CO
MEXICAN WINTER VEGETABLES
Nogales, Arizona
CITIZENS UTILITIES CO.
LIGHT POWER GAS
Nogalee, Arizona
V
CONFEDERACION DE
ASSOCIACIONES AGRICOLAS
DEL ESTADO DE SINALOA
F. G. ARANA, Agent
Galleries Display Work
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Veterans Administration Photo.
Confined to his bed in the San Francisco
Veterans Administration Hospital and
bound by a cast that leaves only his
arms free, 23-year-old Samuel Francis of
Palo Alto, Calif., shows how he paints
pictures good enough to hang in the San
: rancisco and Denver art galleries. He
s recovering from tuberculosis of the
pine, which he contracted while an
Air Cadet three vears aao.
McFarland Seeks
Place On
2 Committees
PHOENIX, Jan. 9—U. S. Senator
Ernest W. McFarland has requested
membership on the U. S. Senate
Public Lands and Interstate and
Foreign Commerce Committees, it
was disclosed this week.
The senator’s request was in line
with the congressional reorganiza
tion act limiting members to berths
on two committees. McFarland an
nounced his first choice is public
lands, because of its importance to
Arizona’s future.
“This committee will handle irri
gation and reclamation and also
mining legislation,” he said. “In
addition, it will handle matters re
lating to public lands generally,
grazing lands, Indian affairs, forest
reserve and national parks.”
The senator said he asked for
t It is our observation that people are gener
ally pretty happy when someone is giving them
something. Particularly money.
So if you’d like to be particularly happy 10
years from today, here’s how to do it: buy an
EXTRA Savings Bond today I.
MONTE CARLO DAIRY
SIMON MASTICK, Manager
V l
CAVERN’S CAFE and
TROPICAL GARDENS
Kerson & Kerson Nogales, jSonom
SALDAMAN»DO DRUG STORE
WALGREEN' SYSTEM
Phone 37 Nogales, Arizona
THE PROGRESSIVE GROCER
GONZALO PUCHI & SONS, Props.
227 Grand Avenue Nogales, Arises*
PAGE FOUR
membership on the interstate and
foreign commerce committee, be
cause of its importance to transpor
tation and communication, both,
vital to Arizona.
LaFollette Calls
On Gov. Osborn
Phil LaFollette, former governor
of Wisconsin, called Saturday on
Gov. Sidney P. Osborn at Phoenix
to pay his respects to the Arizona,
executive.
What is thought to be the first 5 C
auto fare in the United States was
originated in Phoenix, Ariz., in 1913,
when the original “jitney bus” was
started. Similar systems soon were
adopted in Los Angeles, Kansas
City and many other cities.
AUTHORIZED DEALER FOR
REFRIGERATION
Service, Repairs and Parts
Domestic and Commercial
NOON’S
Refrigeration Service
1702 Morley Ave. Phone 485-J
P. O. Box 132 Nogales, Ariz.
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Nogales
Transfer
& Fuel Co.
Experts on furniture moving
and crating ... heavy and light
hauling . . . experienced force.
Fuel Oil, Coal and Wood
444 Grand—Phone 101
Mike Ahumada & Sons
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