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BROWNSVILLE HERALD CLASSIFIED RATES 3c per word 1 day 5c per word 2 days 7c per word 3 days 2c per word each adcli- ditional day. 15-word minimum. AD orders lor clnsulflecl tulvorminit musi ti! ftccomp»n»eii t»y omh in a d v a n c e if the »dvjrilier does not h n v e an established cr«dU Recount with Thi K o r a l d Tht Brownsville Herald w i l l not tx» rrsponilbl* for errors In classified ads · fier the ftm i n s t r t l o n a n d ttnaiimoa no ri»»Ponilbl!Ur tboY» the coat of advertising for tyexotraohlcul or olher «rror» n Ifi. Business Scrvlcrrs ClW.-i ~ I'OOLtt nnd finulo t a n k s I'honc OliOO, l i . i r l l U K t t i i , Tox _ ' KoTl~"/\lZ' "icliuis d r n c l l n o work, d r n l m u i o mid oxfiuviiMon, Gi'ayblll UPC, l j hoim uoo.'i-I'M Low FrofliioB, Toxns. DBADL1NB for o l n n n l f l f t l p.m pr«cedlnt da.t on wnek'dftye, iind 3 : J O j p.m 8*turday for Sunclfty P»pcr Lino J f » d dfl»dlln« J »;30 f o r Huiulft.v tul 3:^0 o.in 2. Personals ALCOHOLICS A N O N Y M O U S Anyone who hn.H tin honest rlfj.jrr to «top drlnktriK. con- t A c t Alcoholics Anonynuni.';, P. O. Box U31, Harllrigtm, TOXUH. Special Notices urftntt* Lodne No 81 A. r St A M BrownnTlllo. Texh« rttutcd M f e l l n K -'tine 3, 7:3C P.M, Visiting M a t o n n I n v i t e d t o A t t n n d O 8. Wood*, W.M. A. M, Olrton, Sec. lT~Heli~ Wanted----Mule K A LEH~"W A N TKL»." ~7n"~ U y of J J r o w n »· v l i l r . 300 f a r m - h o m o necoii.ililo.s. M/|- rtlrines v l u u n t t i R . uplct-.n. food;;, DIJ'l e t c , -vi-ll k n o w n t v r r v c o u n t y . I 1 or p a r t i c u l a r s w r i t e nuv;lcU;h's, TXF-"}fl-J43, Memphis, Tmn.^ ^ "TJiiir"wit»» car Tor Jf"f fir./time hours w e e k l y t o n x p U I n i r n l n l n i f » v R l l H b l « u n d e r Of H i l l of $1500 « a l a r y and a u l o u l l o w a n r w o p p o r t u n i t y to o n r n tlc-unlo mul i r l n « «or §»tl»r»otory w o r k . W r i t e V. I . A r n s r l c u n Technical fioclcty, E. 5fHh. Chicago 37, W E N K J C I) M K N w d t J i r t b u t o r s . viirUni-s W a n t men who n u p r o c l i i t e Ijelntr own took* *nd ch»n«e to c»rn $750 to iloO rnonlJilx. No e x p e r i e n c e n u r n f l n a r y . Thouannd* of m e r c h n n t s o v c r y - w h r r e ar* w h l l i n « f o r A m e r i c a ' s f i r s t n n d o n l y , new s o n s n t l o n n l . e l o c l r l o e o m b i n a t l o n moi:«* n r j d roach t r a p s . W f H c f o r f r c f J n f o r m n t l o n . I n K l o - TrhP Co.. 001 60, O r n v l l h u i . lOri, CJttllf ________ __ A p p l y Viin- T.'ldpn 741 K. Yd."" Help "Win tMtl W. B. CLINT AGENCY INSURANCE Fire, Automobile, Casualty, Marine, All Risks. Mexican Tourist coverage 6 429 Twelfth 2JJ. IMlscellaTieoujs for Sale D E N N E T T Marine Engine Co, Chrysler M a r i n o Engines and Parts 1212 Washington St. Phono 1407 STERLING "1000" HAND SANDER Has . been used less than . 10 hours, Factory ru-oheoked, Still under factory guarantee, Works good on metal or wood, Priced Now -- $130. Priced Now -- $100. Cnn be seen at Lockett Sport Shop 813 S. E. Elizabeth ONK u t m o s t now piano priced rliht filso c o w p i n l c l y ocntlpprcl boy* bloycla All nUo l i n o l e u m Llddell'n WASHING MACHINES FOR RENT Dclvcrecl to your homo. Phone 741-R Or call at 241 1C. Wnuhlnffton 17. Huildlnff Mutcrlulfl PRICES REDUCED c.olecr. Adobe Brick 4"xG"xl2" tit nuw prices. Copperweld Wall Tic-H, Call at home south of R. R, 2 Mi. Wewt of Olmito. HARRY ANDERSON Brownsville 5000-J Oimlto, Texan JUST RECEIVED Shipment oi' oak flooring. Price is right. HEANER LUMBER GO. Opposite Court House Phone 607 WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES Ladios' Keady-To-Wear Department Salary and Commission Apply; LANE'S 1204 E, Elizabeth VETERANS And nil persons over 16 years of ago eligible to take beauty culture. Beauty culture pays Holtry's College Of Beauty Culture 102 K, Harrison - Phono 0534 Harlingcn, Texas JCiptrlnncocl ""i.aloi" liufloa. The 1141 8. E. EUztvboth. It, H«Jp Wnnt«d - Miscellaneous S H I P M E N T JUST RECBIVKD We have a g-ood stock of Clear White Pine In both 1 and 2 inches. A n all w i d t h s up to and i n c l u d i n g 12 inches. STBINER LUMBER CO, Phone 19 SPECIAL! DEEPFREEZE HOME FREEZERS $310,00 Delivered Brownsville These nre largo 9 cubic feet freezers. Only two available at thl* apoolaJ price. OPA prlot $453.25, Valley Buick Company St, Charles at Hth St. . BARGAINS'! Servel Refrigerators Chambers Ranges Stewart-Warner · Radios Gas Water Heaters Propane-Gas Tanks Doep-Freeae Lockers , HARDIN GAS APPLIANCE CO, "Homo of the Best" 830 E. Elizabeth Phone 978 28. Wanted to Buy USED PIANO. Any model in Hood" oonr dltlon. Rfl(\donnl}ly nrloetl- Call Nclnon loni-M. 19. HouHuhohl Furniture OA3 wuuir h e a t e r s . BJlectrlc, tnvfl, and l l u t u n a I'diiKiiij. Omul) nl'/fl freezer IIOXCH. Attio I f t r u n uiH'luht tyno. Kuy Diu-.hc. iiir.., llji M. Jnokaon. I j f t r U n K o n . i-'bit 8AI.K: ConiDlot.o household f u r n i s h I I I K H , Can l)« BOOM bohvoon T;30 A.M, nnd 10:00 A. M. i f u n o 3rd. M7 W, HL. Inquire 17 W a r r e n . i'lumo 1387. 20. Machinery lJt J E, Antflo Iron, Chnnnola. Corrugated j r o n , Stool ahootn, «nttlnBa, K h n f U m r , Mnchlncry of ^ll klncli iuul m i l l uiiDOMon, O. A, Prudan, Vio. torjR ain Co. 3120 mil St. grown*. vlllo. Tel 504 21. Musical and Radio PIANOS--i Mnall uprlnht, 1 Btandjvra fllxo u p r l B h t , n n M f i u o hand curved piano, ul«o 1 K l n u biultono. Phone 22. MlNOQllanccmfl for Sale U A U Y w i i s h l n w nmchlno. Cloocl condition. 14 e n « o n u b 1 e price. Phono 1023, H u m p h r e y , NKW nion »nd wormm to nttuly School »t homo. Q u a l i f y for tho better commercial. Industrial and civil mriet poiltloni by K f t t t l n g n hluh school ertuontlon In « p a r o time. In- -------- · - · --- -- ~~- -; -- -· -- ...uiv Sudint bookk 8 epln B . .horth.nd, typliiR DOUUI.K cluokor · bunka $8.00 (·«« Whit-. ·nd »l!led bualncBJ! aubjeet5. Establish- mnn'H A r m y BLoro 020 llth 8t. Acrow f o u n t a i n QNwmor u n i t . Only f?0 gallon crimm onnixclty, StiilnlotiB iiioiil t h r o u g h o u t . S t a r sandwich touotor, (frill, aoda fltooln, soda booths uiul table*. I n q u i r e Brooks C e n t r a l ed · rduktea ThouiniuU Write Cor of fluooossful free 40 P R K U descrlpLiv* bulletin und nil d o t R l l a AMERICAN SCHOOIy, Wrlta Uox 100 f, Brown»vU!fl HartJlrt-RrownsvlUo. . Serviccn Offered jcrjKN'S CUmRtl/od Plaint -- Brockman. Corapl«t« Bulldln. v»dl*tor r D f l r n g a n d m- »nd new redlntor. Phont 701, 1015 8,*, Adam*. Valley Body and F»lnt Bhoo BULLDOZERS For cnnnl fllllnK nncl leveling. Highllft and clump truckn for dirt fills, caliche, or nny typo dirt work. L. M. SHORT Call 1D15-W, McAllon, Tox, MAINER LAWSON Moving Contractor Agent For RED ARROW FREIGHT LINES Operator Of Pnge Trnnsfor Co. Office and Warehouse In Fort Brown, f r o m m a r k e t . _ _ _ _ _ _ W I Li7~«iu: rl fTc o~T) n e Tic \vTMpla tl n u m wod- dhur Imnd. 31 out diamonds. SUo 6'/a, 43S E, Park Drive. (Rlvcrsldo Addl- t K i n ) ___ custom" built 1ft ft. boat. Phono D30-M; __ Fort flALlS: One ruldinu rnnchlno and ono t y n n w r i t i i r . Choap. Wxoollont oon- t l l t l o n . Clsnuroo Hitcllo Service. Phono KI37, VOU HAl,.K--a» foot cftfoln crulpor, A-l condUlon. aKfJ Loo ]}uumfclder. Rod Ctipstnln Yurdfi. Port Isnbcl. FOR KAl-ii--Lot of lf»0 Q. Mantor's out- hide. w h l t R p a i n t , Rcftsoimbly pvlocd, C'ull at mill E l l z n h o l h St. or Phono No. -1:1. (,'lt.y. K i u r a n i HBO only. Hot? c. B, Day. WANTED TO BUY RED TOMATOES FOR CANNING OLMITO CANNING CO OLMITO, 29, DogH-- Cute--Pets REQIBTSWKP Koncrjvtlcm peclliiroojf. fluUle *nd whitp, 850. ftufun Komp, Infrlenlde, Texus 31, Poultry--Eiffa--Chicks POH SALE: White WyeindolU iryer» ' P h o n u 32, Apartments for Rent VERY oool fimull nimrtnieiU, Electrical Aiio R room. JPhone 1S65. ONE 3 ROOM Rp^rtment, furnishocl, Couple, no children, 1502 SE Jefferson, 33. Rooms for Rent LARCIE COOL 3QUUlQ(iflt Ijedropm ·Rlvcrnida Addition. Prlvnt« bjith, «n» trfxnco and KM-fiuo. ft block f r o m bup atop. Profer »ingje jnivn or woman, Phone 410-J. BEDROOM With |3E exposure, Phone 1108-J. 150 SB Elizabeth St, NICE cool bedroom for rent, Oarage, 325 W. Lovoe St. Phono 1360. GLEAN MODEBN ROOMS Overlooking the Rio Grande at THE YORK "The Hotel Neareflb the Border" Rates by Day or Week 1321 B. Levee Brownsville, Texas 34, House* for Rent FOR RMNT: Furnlihod hpme In EbanoB. PJ)on« PI, ' 35. Wanted to Rent PAA pilot and v/Ue, no children, dcslri 3 bedroom ho«i|e, Phone 1491-J, or un p A A Pilot and wlfPi no chiUUen ur» Kontly ncod u n f u r n i s h e d house, Phona :i50»R or write Box IClCi Herald, _ . no or 120 v o l l a . For rrn- WA^fT]IJD to r e n t -- P u r n l i h i d houne, Pormtvnont! renponnlbU. WUl ycnr leftuc.- ^Box 3(J, 30."llofti KKtalo for Salo 30. Real Estate for Sale filKB coucrou b r c k n n c l j tilr »t m o d e r a t e l y low price';. ·re Scott At ICaller at Kollor'n Btorc. ' B ^ » miles e»st of Brownsville on B o o n ; Chlcu 16. Hn*lnc»?i Servlow «, Bring in Y o u r W i n t e r Clothes for C l e a n i n g and Pressing Free Storage In Ceclarized Bags. G U Z M A N TAILOR SHOP 1209 S, E. A d a m s Phone 130 iXTfNAs"'~"i }V i;RNiTu KIU~R'EPAIR AND PAINT SHOP We mnkc f u r n i t u r e , chesU, dressers, tables, t'.halr.s, cabin- MS nnd desks. Refmlsh Venetian Blinds. 13th nnd Filmoro This bcnutiful, spacious home, H large rooms, 2 complete 2 Htory-8-foofc porch nround south and east sides, Lovely, wide hnll.M. Throe lots on corner, C'oflo In. Good Income from room* and a p a r t m e n t s with little alteration and n delightful place to live. Price very reasonable with terms If desired. Sec complete floor plans. C.. G. FOSTER Realtor I02f E. Washington -- FHrst. Floor Phone 1040 -- Residence 35. Wanted to Kent WANTED--Furnished, two b«droonl houie or apartment for lour Pun American pilots. Will · take txoelUnfc curt of property. Writ* Box lOStf- Herald, 30, Houses for Klale 4 ROOM house *r.d 8 »cre«, Close In on pavement. 3133 14th 8t, Webitir Investment. 4-ROOM . house, 11 ft. lot. 23nd »nd Bouthmont. $2600. Part flMh, balance . Dr. W. A. Jon«s, Phont I33i, ONB a-room houM on bum lint, W«b«t«r Investment, S123 Hth Bt, ' FOR BALK; Quest, house to fo« .moved from property. One room, olonet and bath. $1(500. B8fi W. J e f f e r s o n St, FOR 1 3ALKI"W owner; Nice 6 room homo iV'a story, 3 porches. Will sell with f u r n l t u r * for $6500.00 or without foi immedlat* powesiion , Oar nt 1734: W, Ad»mi, NHW 6-room brick homo. B t a u t l f u U y .flnlnhed. Located Block 17, Lot No. 0 MoKlnney at, Priced $4000, Term/i cm bi nrranpr«d. »«ft Mr«. C l i f f o r d a l»th and MoK!nn»y or Plioim 3H, 1'OH SALK--Bimcioui! home. '3 bedroomii 2 b u t h H , Hardwood floors, Venetia blliula, Double KnniK«, On aor« ground Phone 1200-R. · 3B. Dusincw* Property FOU HALWi a bulldlniri, oorner nth KlUabcth St, Contact J, Bentttro 4!30 P. M, B30 Ulh Bt, 5-Room House Now Vacant Be«t buy In town IB to CENTRAL *»ABK Completely Modern PHA * OI Approved' v Mm, H. L, Oaricadin Phone 1347 air lfi*3~*I 1657 FrunWln LARGE LOTS North BrowniYUU BubWvUlon, Block north pf BOOH Chloa HldUway, Qa«, water, electrlolty, Krayul road«. City bus lervloe. Convenient to Water Port and Airport ·mployeti. Priced $«49,00 up. Terms |316,OQ 4own, Balano* $ip,Q5 per month, THOS. P. BENSON Co, J,318 BB Washln«ton Phone 1401 A BARGAIN 10-Aore Qrovc, on qoncrete two-third granges. RenifiJnder Eea BlusU Mid MBreli Seedless Grapefruit. Owner sys sell, $6,000. 10 Acres. 518 Red Blush Grapefruit, 250 Valencia Orangeo, A tooautiful location a»d building »lt.c. Owner needs cash, $4,750. AH ll^tingfi reootVf) perftonal attention. Phone 16 for appointments. . BOB South Kant Street W. E. HOLLEY FOR SALE five room home in West BrownnviUp, New roof and in good condition, Immediate Apartment house near business dintriqt, Completely refin- . A good Two new homes ready for occupancy. Todd Stobaugh 407 Eleventh St. Phone 183 FOR SALE BrlcVc home, five rooms, aoreen porch, in Los Ebanos, Large five room stuaqo horn* With screen tile porqh on large bea\;tiful lot on resaoa in Lo» Ebanos. R, M. Phone FOR SALE 6-ioom frurn* home on 2 lots in Riverside. Completely fur- n,ished. In excellent condition. Immediate possession. Reasonable priced. 5-room frame home Just off Old Port Road, B acre? excellent land. Citrus. On resaca. 6-room frame home In Victoria Addition, On paved street and conveniently located. $6600. \Ve also have a fine selection pf many otfter homes^farros and lots. COLGIN BEGHDEL Phones: Office 107 or 63 Residence 005-J 16 Multby FOft 3ALE S room home In Riverside. . Nearly «w. PrlcB^ vcclvic«d t« *fif»00. Can "c old to anybody, nn4 tormfi can be A APHK1AN 00. Pun American Bldg. Phone 243 FOR SALE Several good tourist camp location* on Highway. 0te us for lots, MONSEES SON Pan American. Phone 33,0 FOR SALE n»w »ml nearly nnw homes Tor stile ' n n d ^'o ulso Imvo homcH M P « Q ^ j l y ' f o r a.T.'R, Pee these homes before you buy. Prlcos $5500,00 mnd xu. ADREAN A; OO. Pan American Bldg, Phone 243 P OB SALE; On« Bore trnclo on p a v e m e n t Investment*, »;»3 14th St. OR SALK one corner lot on pavement »nct 8lUow»U:. 4th and W«»li LBVHC. Inquire 1131 Ell»ftb«th Ht. 43, Acreage ' for Sale FOH SALB 8Q ^orep on Hth Street, R. O'Nealc, Phono 1121, 841 S, K. Ellr.- nbeth St, 1'or Rent VOll llWNTl ano apren J u a t plQVBrt f p r jioetl or f e u d crop, Htnvoiifl. i'hon* flOiirj £)liKI\l)«th H I , 46, Fin*nol»ll mnd . Loan* PAWNBROKERS LO'A N S On Anything Of VaJu* 2123 14TH ST. Monday, .Tune 2, 19'IT THIS imoWNSVILLE HEHALD State D e p a r t m e n t ' s I n t e r n a t i o n a l Broadcasts Beam A m e r i c a To The World In 28 Languages By MARC J. PARSONS NEA Staff Correspondent NEW YORK, (NEA) .--A calm voice said: "Slooshayte, slooshayte, Govorit New York, Vy slyshitya B'olos soycdinyonnykh shtatov Amerlky." (''Hello, hello. New York calling. You are listening. You are listening to the. Voice of the United State of America," With a nod from the producer, Walt Postman began reading a summary of the day's news, In Russian. Tho RusHinn Section of the State Department'*! controversial International Broadcasting Division was on the air with its daily one- hour show beamed to listeners behind the iron curtain in Russia Hsolf, How long that program and the 0000 others the State Department broadcasts each month will remain on the air soon will be nettled by Congress. At the moment, it looks as if the programs will be drastically curtailed if not killed, Until Buoh time, however, the 'Voice of United States of America" will go out 00 hours dally over 33 short-wave transmitter* and government-owned short- wave roUiyn in Honolulu, Manila and Munich, and by medium wave relays in France, Italy, China and eluewlwo, It will broadcast in 25 different languages to millions of people in Europe, I^t/in America and the Fai 1 Bast, Extractly how many millions is a hard question to answer, but all indications arc that, the Voice of America's audience is vast. There are 20,000,000 short-wave receivers in the areas to which the programs are beamed (an estimated 000,000 in the Soviet Union alone), Millions of more listeners ai'O reached on the mod Hun' wave relays, Audience res ponse 1ms been high from coun tries not tied down by strict cen sorship. Four Letter* From Russia Last year, 65,000 listeners wrote letters of appreciation and request for specific information about the United atatea. So far this year, letters are pouring in at tho rato of 20,000 a month. Tho DivlHion now mails out monthly broadcast schedules in six different languages to more than 300,. 000 listeners who have requestec them. Nope of these scheduled goes to Russia. None has been offered to the Russians, and 50 far only four letters have been received direct" jy by the Division from Russian listeners. That does not mean that only four Russian have heard the program. One gratified foreign observer recently estimated that 2,000,000 Russians listen to th« pro- Dosplte the difficulties enqovmt wed a few months ago when the Russian program was originated correspondents now report that UB signal Is reaching Moscow as strongly as Moscow radio itself. Charles W, Thayer, 37, director of the Russian Suction, was surprised that any letters had been received from Soviet, listeners. Another Russian observer point eel out; "From Russia, whore it's hard to send out a letter on so innocuous a subject as Jonquils, I'm surprised that even four reached us. The .best test of how effective we've been In the few months we have been operating Is the blasts that Russian writer; like JUhrenburg and others have thrown at us. If we: weren't reaching an effective number of listeners, they would ignore us completely," They're, a West Point graduate and son of an old Philadelphia ship-building family, known his Russia. He decided on a diplomatic career immediately after his graduation from the U.S. Mill" tary Academy. ' On Embassy Staff That was about the time U. S, was prepripg to recognize Rus- gia officially, and Thayer beat the first diplomatic mission to Moscow by several months to get in on thq ground floor and to learn the Russian language,. His visitor's permit was for one month only, but he managed to evade police several months beyond thftt time until Ambassador William Bullitt arrived. I think I was one of the last Americans to live with a Russian family in Russia. It was pretty much as relaxed period as far as the Russians were concerned, especially if you were one of their joys. I was definitely not one of those, and they couldn't see any ·eason for my staying beyond that one month. "When Bullitt. arrived, I joined he embassy staff, Sinoo then I iave spent seven years stationed in Russia, a couple of years in Germany, and a year and a half in Afghanistan." During World War U, Thayer went back into the Army and serv- d as a parachutist. He was in Condon when the State Depart- nent decided to play ball with 49. Used for Sale 'OR SALE--1937 Ford Coupe, noocl condition. Beo M. 3. ftosiUos or Los iTusnoK State Bank, Los Frosnoi, Texus, JO. Used Trucks Brownsville Motor Co, 1222 Washington St. Phone 427 Chrysler - Plymouth piamond T Trucks FOH BALE--1037 l M i $0n GMC n u n e l truck. $GOO. Call 1D61-M. Alrbaac Blclff. T-llj, 5X, Trailer^ for Sale 1 OR BALB~-jn4P Sohult Luxery Linor House Tml)«r. JDqvUDped with Butane. Tol. 1051-M, HOUSE TRAILERS--18 ft. «lpcpfi 4. 14 /t. sleep.s 2, v Shumroolc Trailer Court. UJGAL NOTICE Three of the men who plan what America's voice director of the Russian section; Nicholas D. Nab will say in Its broiuTonsl beamed at Russia arc f akoff, editor, and Edward Raquello, program pro shown as they hold a conference over the next ducer. program. Left to right: Charles W. Thayer, Fnn man comes back to "The Voice of the U; 8. A," nt the rate of 20,000 letters a month, Hero 1.1JU employe Dorothy WJmlen check* a mop to find the point of orifiin of a German letter reqnentinf: R copy of the monthly broadcasting schedule. the OSS In Austria. Tito and the Army ordered him to Yugoslavia as a liaison man, Later he served on the Korean Commission and at the Army War College, He has bppn With the Moscow section of the "Voice" since its establishment. Nicholas D. Nabakoff, 44, the Russian-born editor of 1-ho MOB- United States since 1034, has boon a ciUBons since 1980. His father wns a Russian judge, his grandfather a Minister of Justice at the time serfdom was abolished, and an uncle was First Secretary at tho Russian Embassy in Washington under the Oar. The family was considered very liberal by pro-Revolution Russian standards, but Nabakoff fled the country I'ight after tho Revolution, nnd grow up in Qreoce, Qer- nmny and France where he studied music, and wrote for magazines and newspapers. He has been on the staff of several colleges, including St. Johns in Baltimore, since coming to the Untied States and has contributed to Harpers Atlantic Monthly and the London Daily Mail. During the war he served with the Economic Warfare division of tho Justice Department and latei with the Army on tho Strategic Bombing Survey in London and as Army advisor on cultural affairs in Berlin. He was with Ambassador Robert Murphy as an advisoi on Russian affairs until the State Department called him back from Europe to work on the Russian section of tha IBD. These two ftro typical of the many men in the IBD Who transferred from war assignments to writing, directing and broadcasting for the State Department. Many were ex-radiomen and newspapermen in civilian life. BERLIN IN THE SPRING fly IRENE SIMON AT 1 Ncwsfeivturen BERLIN--Notes on the springtime of u beriten city: Berlin's woman dpputy mayor and the chipf of the hoaltn a t - p j u . - ment beg German writers to write plays, novels, and .articles underscoring- the horrors of veneral diseases. "We appeal to you to help '^ bring a soulish renewal," said Mayor Luise Schroeder. "Lose yoa/ ridipulous belief that veneral disease is a delicate subject. It must be painted for what it is, in plain straight language." The grey-haired female political leader aserted that the average young German girl has lost virtually all religious, national, and traditionally moral conceptions. "She has nothing more today," said Frau Schroeder. "No past and po future. She lives from one flay J-U-G / J LIKE IN GEORGEU LIKE IN UNDER LIKE IN JERK// in the average city it's troublesome, but when they go dead in Berlin its catastrophic. When spring floods began to wreak havoc with the wires strange and weird conversations took place. Americans making intor-office calls have found themselves talking- to unknown Frenchmen in Baden-Baden, bemused Englishmen in London, and excited Slavs in Moscow. The situation isn't helped by the courteous but confused German telephone operators who wa typical mistakes in spelling out American names. An operator who American names. An operator who spelled out the word "jug" advised one American that it was "JUG, J like in George, U like in Under, and G like in Jerk." Called Back Faced with one of its worst politico! cri.se* »ince the war. Italy has called on 88-year-old ViUorio Orlando, "Victory" premier of World War I and solt iiirviving member of the Ver- saillei treaty "Big Four." to form a cabinet AUSTIN, June 2 ~flP)-- A separate stfito department to supervise and control professional boxing and wrestling in Texas is provided for in a bill that went to the calendar of the Saturday, Approved by the State affairs Committee, which recommended pafipaRe, the mcnui'e was Riven some chance of survival despite the lateness of its introduction, in view of the fact Oov. Bcauford H. Jester submitted it as n n emergency matter. Boxing and wrestling Is now regulated under a division of the Bureau of Labor statistics. Under terms of the new plan incorporated in the bill by Rep. Jack Ridse- way of San Antonio, « state commissioner would have full authority 16 license and regulate boxing and wrestling. For the third successive year Berlin's thousands of cigarettes- hungry "gentlemen tobacco farmers" are getting- out their little wooden boxes for the spring tilling. On sunny days the tobacco boxes can be seep on widow sills all over the city. When the sun, fails them the amateur cultivators carefully carry their boxes over to the fireplace next to the family rnbbitt and chicken in order preserve the precious "crop." Usually, eight weeks ar« allowed before the plants are transplanted to back \ards. When no backyards ore available the city planters carry dirt up to their balconies and replant the tobacco there. BUSINESS DIRECTORY NOTICE FOR, BIDS Automobile DoftlorK ' C n m c r o n County Kiiffineer* D o p n r t m c n t (Kiuosi Koaloi} Bids on one l 1 ;, Ton, IOUK vhce! biXBO, D u m p Truck, w i t h f l n t , bed. or " I m m c d l n l R delivery, fiid.i will t)o re.- iplvcc) (o Jimit i n , 1047. The County r e s o r v r n tho r l K h l to rpJcot t i n y or all A (I (irons: L. A. C o u n t y A u d i t o r , Vrown*vlllti T«xt». ·o the other with the, unhealthy desire to make up for tho lost war years and to enjoy her fo\v hrmv.V "Yet she is not so much to blame as her parents. The majority ol parents close t-hei.v eyes when their daughters come home with cigarettes and chocolate bars after a iijght out. They take it for granted and call it 'organizing' though ,hey know it for what it really is." Frau Schrocdor's nppeal was backed up by statistics sri forlh by Dr, Otto Harms, Berlin's health expert. "Compared with the present," h,e said, "the moral collapse of Qeftnnny after the first work} w n r ridiculously minute." Because of overcrowded homes and unsanitary conditions, oven children of four and six years are oominR down with syphilis, hu stated. Dr Harms said most of those infected are young girls between 19 and 23 and' young' men between 21 and 2 5 . x l n the American district; of Noukonlln with a population of 300,000, one out of every sixteen p'irls J 9 years old has syphilis, he snid, He noted that: no occupation troops are billeted in this district. Wh*n thu taUnhrvn* lixx*x aa The Hughiton Agency We Insure everything but the hereafter. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Anthony Bldg, Phone 1153 REAL ESTATJC-LOAN0 NO BROKERAGE · NO U R. BAKER - P. D HEALEH Roesc-WIJ-Monci Hotel Old* H*r|in?en, TMM ~ Phont No 400 Brake Servic* Expert Brak° Service on all makes of cars, Goodyear Service 10th fe Levee -- Phone 090 EMERSON RADIOS PHONORADIOS RECORDERS BATTERY SETS Sommers Furniture Phone 674 1208 Adams PARRA BROS. NO. 2 Grocery - Meats , Hardware Free Delivery Anyplace Phone 1G92 1121 E. Adams You'll Be Sold On Us When We Sole Your ST-IOES For Quick and Satisfaciory Service, Brinf? Your Shoes to Central Shoe Shop C, Washington Liquid Fertilizer Applied in irrigation Water Texas Liquid Fertilizer Co. Call or Write N. F. SCHMITZ 2123 S. E. Hth SU Phone 038 Your Brownsville - Los Prcsnos Agent ·' RUGS CLEANED And Repaired By an experienced Armenian artist who understands the care they require, and knows the proper way to handle them, Your fine Oriental ruga need attention. Have them cleaned and repaired by a rug expert. 603 E. Lcvce Phone 1217-M -- 1046 K A N D A R I A N Rug Expert Brownsville ATTENTION GROWERS AIRPLANE DUSTING SERVICE Insecticide Sulphur Fertilizer Herman Schroibcr, Jr. phone 1923-M or Willis Implement Co. - Ph. 492 Printing Commercial, Job printing, blueprinting. Neatly nnd promptlv finished. THE PRINTCRAPT SHOP 507 9th St. Phone 777 W A S H I N G ? Use HUFFAKER'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY Sjft Water, Courteous Assistance, Curb Service. 114 En*!; 8th Phone 199t

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