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One Year $2 00 Six Months 1.50 Three Months 1.00 IN ADVANCE JULY 1, 1933 LOCAL ITEMS. A. E. Sanders has returned from a week’s trip to Kino Bay, SoDora. Jim Hathaway is a business visitor ia the city from his fine stock ranch. The generator at the city water pumpi Dg plant on the Santa Cruz river has been repaired. Mrs. Josepbina Hijar de Mon tijo has taken a position with the Cheshire Motor company. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fields, owners of the Fields case, have returned from an outing at Mag dalena, Sonora. Gasoline is selling in Nogales for 254 cents a gallon, following a boost in price here Monday. How come, neighboi? Pat McCarty was here Wednes day from bis ranch in the Hua cbucas. He reported a “dandy” rain over there Sunday. Charles Jones, U. S. customs inspector at Naco, Arizona, wa9 in the city Wednesday visiting his mother, Mrs. Ada Jones. H. R Sisk, publisher of the Nogales Daily Herald, has re turned from a trip to Chicago and other points in the East. Orville H. Weaver, local min ing man, who is operating a gold mine near Sasabe, was a busi ness visitor here Wednesday. Superior Judge Charles L. Hardy has returned from Phoa nix, where he has been occupy ing the Maricopa county judge’s bench. Mrs. J. R. Wilson, of the mlson’s Bakery, are spend ing several weeks vacationing in Jasper, Missouri, with Wilson’s relatives. G. A. Little’s law offices have been moved from the Villa de Paris building to the old Hardy & Hardy law offices in the Trust building. C. W. Phillips is here from the old Durazno gold mine local ■ed on the Arizona ranch in So nora owned by Mayor J. E. Wise of Nogales. Mr. and Mrs. Asa J. Brunk arrived in Nogales Thursday from Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, and left Wednesday for the Cali fornia beaches. Jose Matiella, manager of the F. F. Rodriguez Hardware store in Grand avenue, is spending a week in Los Angeles on busi ness and pleasure. Mrs. Weldon Bailey, of the Bailey ranch on the Baca Float, near Tubac, is at St. Joseph’s hospital, where she is recover ing from a brief illness. The Knights of Pythias are giviDg a benefit dance on Tues day night, July 4th, at the Blue Heaven. Music will be furnish ed by Peltier’s orchestra. Roy Gill, prominent cattleman of Pima county, who is interest ed with Ramon Elias in placers located in the Altar district, Sonora, was here Tuesday. The Ridge-Igo post of the American Legion is giving an other dance tonight, at the Lo gion home starting at 9 p. m., to which the public is invited. A. D. Handley, superintendent of the Southern Pacific of Mexi co, with headquarters at Em palme, Sonora, was a border (city this week from the south. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Griffin and Miss Aurelia Joffroy left Monday by automobile for a two weeks pleasure trip to Los An geles and the California beaches. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Sands and their friend, Senator C. C. Cren shaw, are enjoying an outing in the White Mountains, one of Arizona’s wonderful outdoor play grounds. Two dances are scheduled by the Club Bobemio and “El Char ro Polo Club,” to be held at the Parisian, Nogales, Sonora, on July 3 and 4 in celebration of ihe Fourth of July. St. Andrew’s auxiliary guild held a benefit swimming party and ice cream social at the Harry Karns pool Thursday evening at 8 o’clock, to which the public was invited to attend. ONLY ONE BILL PASSED Phoenix, June 28 —The only bill passed by the second special session of the 11th legislature will become law late today with ihe signature of Governor B. B. Moeur. It sets up machinery for the impeachment trial of Charles R Howe, state corpora tion commissioner. The chief executive called the second spe cial session at midnight Monday -and less than 22 hours later the lone measure was passed and the house of representatives bad adjourned sine die. The senate, because of the trial, resolved itself into a court of impeachment and recessed until 10 a m ,Jul.v 18,when it will sit as a jury to hear the case against Howe. Adjournment sine die of the house was taken at 9:40 o’clock last night at the conclusion of a battle over the emergency clause on the inpeachment machinery bill. Only odg vote wa9 cast against the bill in the senate,that of Sen ator John C. R'ggs, Cochise. For —B. 0. Armstrong, M. L Armstrong, Babbit, Beer, Ben nett, Bevan, Boblinger, Curtis, Davis, Decker. Dysart,Ettleman, Hoyt. Heron, Kelly Laird, Lpke, Mader, Mincks, Nugent, Oxshe er, Palmer, Peggs, Pratt,Priser, Randall, Ripp, Richard Riggs, Rosenbaum, Sellers, Surber, Tway, Udall, Vickers. Ward, Webb, Wiggins, W. J. Williams, WilsoD, Wisdom, Witt Spear— -43. Against—Bush, Christian, Col ter, Combs, Francis, GoodsoD, Irvine, Jennings, Jones, O’Neill, Phillips, Porter, Pryor, Sayers, Sprouse, L. S. Williams, Wisen er—l7. Excused —C. Johnson, G. U. Johnson, McQuillan, Wieden—4. Dan (Brock) Murray, formerly of Lobby, Nogales, Sonora, has returned to Tucson, aftdr spend ing a few days here on business. “Brock” is planning to open a beer emporium in Tuc9od, Mr. Allen, capitalist of Holly wood, California, wa9 a Nogales visitor Wednesday night. He wa9 accompanied to the border by William Bernard, son of A. C. Bernard, 11, of Tucson. Phil Herold returned the fore part of the week from Phoenix where he spent a few days visit ing old friends, some of whom he hadn’t seen since coming to Nogales from the capital city over 30 years ago. Three hundred men are to be put to work on the Boludo gold placers in the Altar district 30 miles south of Nogales, accord ing to Ernesto Elias, Nogales, Sonora, customs broker. The placers are owned by Roy Gill and Ramon Elias. Supt. C. R. McDowell of the Arizona highway patrol today added 21 men to the force. Tnis will increase the patrol to 30. James Hannan, of Nogales, who was recently appointed as a member of the border patrol, is now stationed at Tucson. Miss Vora Silver is the proud possessor of bob-tail wild cat —a mere kitten, given her by John M. Hughes as a birthday present. When Mi9s Silver goes to Holly wood, shortly, she will take her little mascot along to show it to her friends of the movie world. 0 Aaron Saenz, governs of the Federal district of Mexico, after a trip of inspection of the high way, expressed himself as very much pleased with the work completed so far between No gales and Hermosillo on the International Pacific Highway. A brown model Auburn auto mobile carrying three persons over turned three times Satur day night a mile north of the city on the Tucson highway after leaving the road rounding a curve and plunging down a five-foot embankment. No one was hurt. Fred C. Stone, who is inter ested in gold mining in the Aitar district. Sonora, Mexico, will soon leave for his homo in Min nesota. Mr. Stone has been in Nogales for a year. Ha is aaso aiated with Byron Buckeridge aDd Col. J. Campbell Besley, local mining men. Dr. V. A. Smelker’s host of friends in Nogales, where the popular medico resided many years before removing to Tuc son, will be pleased to learn that he is enjoying excellent health. La9t week a report was circulat ed to the effect that Dr. Smelker was seriously ill in a Tucson hospital. E. F. Boblinger, of Patagonia, Santa Cruz county’s representa tive in the Arizona state legisla ture, has returned from Phoenix, MRS. ISABELLA GREENWAY Petitions endorsing the candi dacy of Mrs. Isabella Greenway of Tucson, for the Democratic nomination for the office of representative In congress, are being circulated in Nogales and are being numerously signed by stalwart Democrats of this city and Santa Cruz county, all of whom will enthusiastically work for her nomination and election. Mrs. Greenway i 9 very popu lar in Santa Cruz county where she has many personal friends who know that if elected to con gross to succeed our Lewis W. Douglas, who resigned to accept the highest post in Washington, next to the President, she will do everything within her power to foster the interests of our be loved state —Arizona. She is familiar with the state’s needs, and in everyway eminently fitted and qualified to fill the important responsible position of represen tative in Washington. Mrs. Greenway, who is filling her second term as Arizona’s Democratic National Committee - woman, is well and favorably known to thousands of Arizona men and women voters—Demo crats and Republicans.* A large majority of Democrats will make it their business to nominate her on August 8, and a larger ma jority of Democrats and Rjoub cans, will elect her on October 3 as delegate to congress by a tremendous majority. Mrs. Greenway stands four square for a copper tariff, suffi ciently high to protect the copper industry, the life of which is so vital to Arizona and other cop per producing states. Under the $3 300,000,000 ap propriations authorized by the National Industrial Recovery Act, Arizona should receive many million dollars during the next two years. With Mrs. I* beila Greenway, a life long,close personal friend of President Roosevelt and his family, as our representative in Washington, battling for Arizona’s interests, this state would naturally s»and a much better chance to receive its full portion of this vast sum than were a stranger sent to represent the Baby State. Mrs. Isabella Greenway i 9 a true friend of the working men and women of Arizona; the World War veterans, the miner, the prospector, the railroader, the farmer, the cowboy, the lumber jack, the office boy. A large majority of them are her friends and they’ll prove it by casting their ballot for her on the Bth day of August and on the 3rd day of October. Isabella Greenway, a consist enfc, militant Democrat, stands squarely on the National Demo cratic platform. The Border Vidette believes she will be Arizona’s next repre sentative in congress. Little Santa Cruz county is for her. where be attended the two spe cial sessions of the 11th legista ture. The climate, and every thing, at the capital city, agreed with Mr. Bohlinger—he gained 10 pounds in weight. Ignacio Gutierrez Santacruz, lacal manager of the Banco del Pacifico ia Nogales, Sonora, re turned Monday from a hunting trip to the Cocorpera ranch in Sonora, owned by the Proto family. He was the guest of bis friend, Manuel Proto, famous polo player. Mr. Santacruz is leaving next week for Mexico City on a combined business and pleasure trip. John A. McDonald,well known Harshaw-Patagonia miner and prospector, recently returned from a visit to gold prospect* in Sinaloa, Mexico, in which Del Pelrerson, local poultry man is in terested, financially. John Me Donald is a practical miner and millman of many years exper ience in both Arizona and Mex ico. John knows the mining game like his father—Neils Me Donald—before him. He is cap able and trustworthy. At Tucson Wednesday night. Miss Batty Smelker, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. V. A. Smelker, for merly of Nogales, now residents of Tucson, was one of the win ners of a beauty contest given at the Fox theater. Toree other girls chosen to represent Tucson in the Southern Arizona contest were Kyda Bloodwortb, Janie Smiih and Jean Davis. Risbee, Nogales, Douglas and Tucson are competing in the contest for Southern Arizona, the winner of whi-.h will he given a week’s trip to L)s Angeles, where she will he the guest of the Alexan dria hotel in the governor’s suite. The Arizona Military Academy which began operations last Oj HOW HOME-OWNERS MAY LIFT THEIR MORTGAGES Phoenix, Ariz , June 27.—W. R. Wayland who has just return ed from Washington, where he was appointed manager for Ari zona of the newly created Feder al Home Owners Loan Corpora tion brought detailed information concerning the operation of this aew government institution. Its purpose is to afford financial re lief for small home-owners who have lost, or, are about to lose their homes by mortgage. In a nut shell these brieliy stated facts explain bow Arizona home owners may proceed to take ad vantage of the mortgage-deferr ing process: Each state will be controlled by a manager who will appoint an attorney to be general coun sel for that state. Fred Sutter of Bisbee has been appointed general counsel for Arizona. At torneys for each county will also be appointed. Appraiiers will be appointed by Mr. Wayland. They will work on fees standardized by the headquarters in Washington. The necessary application blanks for loans will arrive from Wa9h ington soon afte.r July 15. Due notice of the arrival of these blanks wiil be made in the news papers. About $5 000,000 will be available for loaning in Ari zona. An advisory committee of three wiil be named in each coun ty to serve without pay, to whom the state-manager can appeal in regard to moral and financial status of the mortgagers. Those who apply for loans must either occupy their homes or still hold them as homesteads although temporarily) not oc cupying them. Not to exceed $14,000 or 80 per cent of the value of any home, may be bor rowed. This may include accru ed taxes, necessary repairs and maintenace cost. All of this will be refunded in asingle mortgage and paid off, principal and in terest, over a period of fifteen years. The interest rate to the mortgager will be five per cent. An extension of no longer than three years may later be procur ed. Those Who Have Lost Their Homes by Mortgage May Re deem or Recover Them Within Two Years on the Same Terms. In order to accomplish these results, it will be necessary for the owner of a mortgage to accept jfche bonds of the Home Owners Loan Corporation in lien of the mortgage. The general opinion of financiers, is, that these bonds will be a safe invest ment. This corporation has a capital stock of $200,000,000 subscribed by the treasury of the United States, and also an authorized bond issue of $2,000,000,000 of four-per-cent bonds which will be used to finance this mortgage lifting plan. The federal gov ernment guarantees the payment of the interest on the bonds, but not the paymentof the principal. A9 the bonds may be used at face value to pay off any of the mortgages taken over by the fed eral government, such transac tions would automatically cancel the bonds and sustain their price. TROUT FISHING Phoenix—The entire length of Tonto Creek will open to trout fishing after 4:01 a. m., Satur day, July, State Game Warden S. L Lewis, announced today. A large part of the creek has been closed since the opening of the season. Dick Williams creek, a tribu tary to Tonto creek, will remain closed. Lewis said that 792 non salar ied deputies have been appointed to patrol fishing streams and hunting areas in the state and they have the same authority as salaried deputy game wardens. tober at Tubac, wiil move into Nogales before the opening of the school term and will occupy the buildings formerly used by the U. S. base hospital in Camp Little, together with the private residence quarters in that section of the abandoned military camp, it is announced by Colonel C. L. Langdon, commandant of the institution, which will likely have an enrollment during the coming school term of 100 cadets. All pupils will be uniformed and will be given infantry and cav alry training in addition to the studies which consist of lower school, middle school and upper school. A junior college curric ulum will be added to the course this year, according to Colonel Lmgdon. It is said the city will lease the property to the military institute fer one dollar a year.