NOGALES INTERNATIONAL—NogaIes' Home Newspaper—
John Certosimo arrived in No
gales last week to visit his brother,
Vice-American Consul Antonio Cer
tosimo, in Nogales, Sonora. He will
leave for Brooklyn, New York,
about the 20th of this month.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy V. Cheshire
left Monday morning by American
Airlines for Chatanooga, Tennessee,
on business. They axe expected to
return this week.
Mrs. Charles Otis and daughter
den, and Miss Betty Pickett, ar
rived here Monday from Douglas to
visit friends for several days.
Miss Lillian M. Keilbach of Mat
toon, HI., has accepted a position as
stenographer at the Immigration
Craig Watt, Jr., formerly of No
gales, arrived here Sunday to spend
several days visiting friends.
Mr. and Mrs. Buel Hutchinson
and daughter Mary were Nogales
Visitors Tuesday from the Little
Outfit Ranch in San Rafael Valley.
Herb Wood of Tucson was here
G. L. Elliott was in town Monday
from his Hacienda Otero near Tu
Dr. and Mrs. Charles S. Smith
and daughter Mary Allen, and j
Misses Margo Guerrero and Mary j
Ann Myers were Phofinix visitors
Mrs. Prank McCay has returned j
from a several days visit with her
son Waldo at Sawtelle Veterans ■
Hospital, Santa Monica, California.
Edward Titcomb left yesterday 1
for Mesa to spend several days
visiting friends. (
SMALL and LARGE JOES J
VIRGIL WALKER J
Fiione Residence 411-R ]
Dr. John Y. Lapsley
Formerly of Cananea, Sonora,
announces the opening of his
office in the Herald Building,
Rooms 2 and 3. Office Hours:
10 to 12 A.M.—3 to 5 P.M.
Dr. Millie A. Wilston
Phone 515-. J 136 Grand Avenue
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HORSE SHOW TO MEET
, All committees for the annual
- spring horse show to be held at
1 Sonoita, Sunday, April 27, will meet
, In the Sonoita School house at 7:30
p.m., Tuesday, April 15.
CHOSEN FOR B-36
i Capt. William S. Underwood, B-29
, pilot, Ft. Worth Army Air Base,
) was one of 10 pilots chosen for B-36
bomber training at that base.
DANCE AT PATAGONIA
. TOMORROW NIGHT
Oran baile at Patagonia Opera
House Saturday, April 12, from 9 to
2. Tamales, cake, soda pop, coffee.
Gene Paris was here Tuesday
from Phoenix where he is employed
by the Graybar Electrical Company.
Miss Emily Parker of Mexico City
and George W. Parker, Jr., of Tuc
son spent Easter with their mother,
Mrs. Bessie Parker. Miss Parker
made the trip here from Mexico
City by air.
Bird Yoas was in Nogales Tuesday
from his ranch near Amado.
Dr. Milton was a Phoenix visitor
Miss Joan Lougndogin of Alta
dena, Calif., is visiting Miss Estella
Earl Powles, Jr., University of
Arizona student, is spending the ]
Easter vacation with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Powles, Sr.
John Hardman, Jr., has taken a '
position as file clerk at the Immi- ]
Mrs. Karl C. Rader, Jr., is back
from Shreveport, La., where she was 1
called by the death of her brother. (
Prank D. Wilkey of the Banco de
Cananea passed through here Sun- ]
day enxoute to Cananea from a trip ,
Joe Spence has been appointed
manager of the International Gro- 1
eery Store on Grand avenue. He 1
has been assistant manager of the <
Progressive Grocery store.
Steve Sudduth left Wednesday
for San Antonio to join his family
who left Nogales last year.
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OFFICE MACHINES REPAIRS
Phone 695-R 211 Sonoita Ave.
NOGALES, ARIZ., FRIDAY, APRIL 11, 1947
| NEW CONSUL HONORED
Alejandro C. Villasenor, recently
appointed as Mexican Consul in
Nogales, Arizona, was guest of hon
oi at a luncheon given at the Mon
tezuma Hotel Monday noon by the
directors of the Santa Cruz County
l Chamber of Commerce.
J K. OF C. DANCE
AT RANCHO GRANDE
The Knights of Columbus dance
that was postponed last Sunday
will take place Sunday, April 13 th,
, at Rancho Grande from 3 to 7 p.m.
The public Is invited.
K. C. INITIATION ,
The Knights of Columbus will
have a first degree initiation at
their hall tonight at 8 o’clock. For
the first time, the degree work will
be in Spanish. The candidates are
Rodolfo Joffroy, Guillermo Sedano,
Salvador Soto, Edward Bayze, Jr.,
and Joe Pierson.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express to our friends
our sincere appreciation for their
kindness during our recent bereave
ment in the death of our husband
and father, Crayton Henry Mene
ANNIE L. MENEFEE
Janies Hathaway, sage of the
Huachucas, was in town Wednesday
frem his ranch at Sunnyside.
Charles May was in town Friday
Jack Harris was a visitor in
Phoenix over the week-end.
Miss Gloria Smith motored to'
Tucson Saturday on a business and
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sotomayor
visited in Tucson over Easter Sun
Alex Joffroy left Saturday for
Mazatlan, Sinaloa, for a month’s
Mrs. W. P. Stevens motored to
Tucson Tuesday to meet Mr. Stev
ens who has been in Los Angeles
on a, business trip.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Brogdon and
daughter Wilmath were here Sat
urday- ancf Sunday visiting their son
and brother, James M. Brogdon,
and family, 361 Walnut street.
Royal Macgregor, son of Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Macgregor, returned
home Tuesday from Baltimore
where he has been stationed while
serving in the United States Army.
He recently received his discharge.
Dr. J. H. Patterson and several
other Phoenix doctors were through
here Wednesday enroute to Mazat
lan or a. fishing trip.
Day and Night
14 DAY - 483-J NIGHT
HIGH IN SERVICE
—LOW IN COST
Expert mechanics arc always on
hand to give yo«r car the
Our thorough workmanship
assures the best lubrication
SALES and SERVICE
328 Grand Ave.
BY AIR NOGALES TO
CANANEA IN 17 MINUTES
L. F. Gourdin of Cananea. for
merly of Nogales, spent Easter with
relatives in this city. He made the
trip by air from Cananea to Nogales
in 17 -minutes, a journey by auto
in Sonora that usually takes five
HERE FOR FUNERAL
Dr. and Mrs. V. A. Smelker. Mr.
and Mrs. Wirt G. Bowman, Tucson;
R E. Thornton, Phoenix; Raymond
Earhart, Patagonia; and Mr. and
Mrs. J. t. Garrett, Tubac; were
here Tuesday for the funeral of
Otto H. Herold.
BACK IN CRUCES
Pfc. Gerald T. Underwood has
returned to his post at White Sands
Proving Ground, Las Cruces, N.M.,
after attending the Army informa
tion school at Carlisle, Pa.
Attorney and Mrs. Fred Blair
Townsend of Phoenix and the lat
ter’s sister, Mrs. H. R. Myers of
Lima, Ohio, were visitors at Rancho
Grande last weekend.
Mrs. A. D. Handley spent Easter
With relatives In Phoenix.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corrales and
Mrs. R. Amado were visitors in No
gales Friday from Patagonia.
Steve Tourney of Tucson was in
The Nogales Internationals base
ball team will play at Cananea to
morrow and Sunday.
Col. and Mrs. Squiz Sauer have
moved from the Art Peck ranch on
the river to Tommy Griffin’s house
on the Patagonia road near the
bridge on the river.
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the dead officer was raised in Ben
son and would have been in the
customs service 25 years next Sep
As soon as word spread of the
killing of Officer Trask a manhunt
got under way and among many
persons taking part were Paul Sum
mers, Undersheriff Loftus, Deputy
Sheriff Jaime Teyechea, Deputy
Sheriff Red McCutchan, Sgt. Kelso
Street of the Customs Patrol, Wil
liam J. Harmon of El Paso, super
vising customs agent in charge of
the 10th District; Oscar Newbury,
and Col. George Horrall, Flack Mil
ner and Clarence Best of the cus
toms service,, and others.
Officer Trask patrolled, and
usually alone, a stretch of country
of about 30 miles from the Huachu
ca Mountains to the Thomas J.
Griffin Buena Vista Ranch east of
A fearless officer, he was well
known throughout southern Arizona
and was a member of the Nogales
Masonic Lodge and the Scottish
Rite in Tucson. He had a host of
friends, all of whom were deeply
grieved and shocked to learn of his
He was one of 24 customs patrol
men left in Arizona since the recent
reduction- in personnel of sir patrol
His father, a railroad man. was
found dead along the- railroad
tracks in the Benson district some
SEEK RELEASE OF
DE LA OSSA
Representing Antonio de la Ossa. |
who had been held in the county
jail since the inquest in Patagonia
Wednesday night, Attorney Nasib
Karam filed a writ of habeas corpus
yesterday afternoon seeking the re
lease of de la Ossa whom, Karam,
said, was being held without any
LOST: Small 2 year old dog.
Name, Blackie. Black with white
chest and brown spots on feet. Has
collar with 2 Georgia dog tags. Re
ward for return to Mrs. Rendon, 152
I FOR SALE: Lot 14 Block A. Bella
Vista Terrace. Apply Vic Wager or
LOST: Brown Zipper Wallet, be
longing to Zenas B. Noon, Jr., with
money and papers. Return to this
FOR SALE: Hay, Cottonseed
Cake, Feed. M. H. Grauer, Pata
gonia, Box 554.
(Pub. Apr. 4-11-18-25)
Just received a limited amount of
ROOFING for installed jobs. COM
POSITION SHINGLES and ROLL
ROOFING. CaU for Free Estimate
on complete installed job. WORK
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21$ Grand Ave, Phone 481
(By ANGEL LAGUNA)
Using two pitchers, Dick Rowe
and Adam Quiroga, the Patagonia
Miners tumbled the Amvets of No
gales. The Amvets had a big lead
until the last of the sixth inning
when Adam Quiroga made a run.
putting the score at 5-1. A run
made afterwards for the Amvets.
A second run was made for Pata
gonia in the 7th inning. Patagonia
kept on making runs until the ninth
when the game ended with the score
of Patagonia 9, Amvets 6. v
Bess Wilson gave a scavenger
hunt Friday night, April 4th, at
the Wilson home. After the hunt
there was a wiener roast and pop
was served. Those attending were:
Ruth Carper. Donald Honnas, Ger
aldine Blake, Jim Henry Upchurch,
Dorothy Weame, Alf Riggs, Eliza
beth Oldfather, Charles Grey,
Nancy Whiteside, Howard Harris,
Bess Wilson and Harold Swyers.
First prize went to Elizabeth Old
father and Charles Grey, and the
booby prize went to Nancy White
side and Howard Harris.
Mrs. Steve Lopez was in Nogales
Dave Quiroga was in Nogales
Nancy Whiteside spent Friday
visiting Elizabeth Oldfather.
Betty Jean Walsh was a business
shopper in Nogales Saturday.
Marjorie Chapman was in Nogales
All the Patagonia High School
girls were at the river Sunday.
Rudy Valenzuela was a visitor at
the Babacomari Ranch in Elgin.
Jim Henry Upchurch was a visi
tor in Elgin Saturday.
Abel, Übel and Manuel Murrietta,
Modesto Lopez, Dave Corrales and
Ramon Rodriguez went to the Sei
bold Ranch to help them on the
Mr. and Mrs. Carper were in No
Ruth Carper, Bess Wilson and
Geraldine Blake rode on their bi
cycles Saturday to the river to go
Mr. and Mrs. Wensesl&dO Rbpt
nosa are the proud parents of a
baby girl born at their home on
Miss Angelifca Benitez spent the
week-end at Lochiel.
Mrs. Jim White, Donna White
charges having been filed. De La
CJssa, It is understood, was being
held for questioning in the Trask
case. It was at his home where a
stranger, believed to be the Trask
slayer, spent Monday night.
gm w* wear yourself out walking around town to pay your bills
in person with cash when it’s so much easier to drop Valley Bank
Vtjiy checks in the mail, and let Uncle Sam save you the time, trouble
It’s safer, too, because when you pay by check you eliminate the
risk of losing money or having it stolen; it prevents any chance
of costly mistakes in making change.
gBFqR You benefit many other ways, also, when you have a Valley Bank
checking account. For example:
Yon simplify budgeting and income tax reports btcomse yornr chock
stubs provide an accurate record of your expenditures.
Your cancelled checks, returned to you by the hank each month, are i
ideal legal receipts. With a cancelled check as proof of payment yen
will never have to pay the same biU twice.
You add to yoar prestige and credit standing because your check is m
friendly confidence-builder among the folks with whom you trade.
Open a checking account of your own next pay day. It will take
ffitUr only a few minutes and you will walk out with a check book that ;
will save you countless hours of time, trouble and effort. The
cost of this valuable Valley Bank service is surprisingly little for
the benefits you receive.
VALLEY NATIONAL BANK^Sp
and Marjorie Chapman were in
Mr. and Mrs. James White and
daughter Donna spent the Easter
holiday in Superior.
The pitching of Hal Weame and
R. Quiroga’s big bat defeated the
Tucson Cubs 5-1 at Tucson April
4th. The game was played at the
high school field. Hal Weame held
the Tucson Cubs to two hits, while
striking out eleven. Tucson’s first
sacker, Metz, touched Weame for
both hits. Quiroga led the hitting
parade with two singles and a
double. Lefty Nickles was on the
hill for Tucson giving seven hits
and striking out ten batters. It was
the Cubs' first game.
The Mission Store
SPECIALS for Friday, Saturday, Sunday
ROUND STEAK GROUND 45c lb.
CHUCK STEAK 38c lb. BUTTER 75c lb.
BEEF SHORT RIBS 2Se lb.
FROZEN RIB STEAKS 53c lb.
SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS 2 lbs. 38c
CHICKEN-TURKEY—KING HENRY Vm 2 lb. can $2.98
STOP LITE WASHING POWDER 14c
SWIFT’S HOUSEHOLD CLEANSER 2 for 21c
CROSSE & BLACKWELL ARROW ROOT 12 at. 38c
HOUSE OF DAVID JELLYS 12 oz. 21c
You’ll Find' at THE HUB: Jellied Turtle Consomme, Bumble Bfee
Brand Shad Roe, Sliced Pumpernickel, Sherry Wine,
Jelatine Dessert, Yuban Coffee, Tea Mateos, Nylons.
Spooky Disappeared in the Cement Mixer. Last Words;
“LOVED THAT MISSION STORE!”
Conveniently Located Near Nogales
WEEK END PROGRAM
DINNER served from 6:30 P.M. to 8:30 P.M.
(Make reservations early).
DANCE with TONY TAPPERO and His
Recording Orchestra from 9' P.M. to 1 A.ML
7 P.M. to 9 P.M.—Chicken and Ham Buffet
9 P.M. to 1 A.M.—Dance Music.
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cMS. for- Pdt&nts i
JB Box 525 PATAGONIA \
In Nogales Leave Orders at
Miller Assay Office.
JAMES W. MANSON
Customs House and
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