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·rare BROWNSVTT/LE ** Jester Brings Up Two New Issues Near Session End AUSTIN. June 2--(7P--Two new iKflues have jumped into prominence as the 50th Legislature to- j day came up to what might be t the- last work of its session. i Gov. B r a u f o r d H. Jester o v e r , t h e weekend gave his --~ ""·""" ( A d v e r t i s e m e n t ) RADIO STATION K V A L ABC NETWORK 1490 On Your Dial M O N U A V . June '!, IHI7 f o * ; i p F a r r c l i K h o w A H O H o l l y w o o d Suirllo Tour ( A B C ) Muj.a-a V a r i a f l r * 00 !· liO C . i i n c i o n f s MoxU-.anan K i i v i h m R o u n d u p " i f - r r y a n d the P l r f c t M CQutker Uiita.' ( A B C i Sky Kini; ( D e r b y Food*' (ABO .tart A r m s t r o n g (Gen Mills.) (.ABC) SPOT is of tn» Day AP N e w i H e a d l i n e E d i t i o n ' A B O Kline T Davis (AFiC* Lonr HAnce-r (ADO p h i t t r r Time Khi-rloc-lc Holm«* K r e m l ( A B C ) Tn-.i.vury AKeru A » C ) H-. 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( A H C ) ThV k ' t i n y n i k e r f i h o w il' a n d C» i AIH ' A I' N r *· * it N » t l r n n l 1 no · l'i H v i l ; ; u i i ; r T f l l k l r i K ( f l a n k ' A H O V d . r n r Tip* T u n * * A f · N r » S I . ! M M r t n r l A U e r l 'AilC'l , . ,, ,, , l u i f l f »nd Groom ( f l l « r l l n i s ) ( A R C ) i H d i r * W« Bnated (Qlinkcr Oatn) i AHC i i* Ooc« Th.»t ftonir A n f t l n T h t n g n In Llf* (Amor. Ked. l . n h o r * A B C ) SV.ip I ' a r r e l l Show j f u l l v w o o r i R U i d i o Tour ( A H O flRCflDKUCflPHOL HARLINGEN BROWNSVILLE LAST TIMES TODAY Starts Tuesday BARRY FITZ0ERALD DIANA LYNN SONNY TUFTS In H i " L° fr*fe,,.:v "7 Dick Foron · Frank McHugh y f LAST TIMES TCiDAY ROY ROGERS WITH Trigger TUESDAY* ONLY /'·* They Spok* H*r Nam* in \\ LAST TIMES TODAY two proposal:?, both for submission of constitutional amendments. One would remove the ceiling on old use nsslfitnnee nnd other public welfare pnymeuLs, The other would provide for automatic t f i d i s t r l c L l n p by R bnnrd if the next legislature does not .sen fit to follow the constitutional mandate and reapporMon representation over tho state on thn basis of the 1050 census. .lostnr nlso gently prodded IttKifi- IntorR who have .sr.-omod reluctant to do nnyt-hlnK about his proposal for Rome sort of "orderly" mcclia- Uon machinery w i t h i n the state government for settlement of labor disputes. HR signed two more labor regulatory bills, and sold he was clo- Jmc so on faith that the legislature would go ahead and enact the bill by Rep. George Nokcs of Corsicana which embodies at least some of his suggestions for middle- of-the-road labor legislation. i Ready for consideration of both j house and senate were the last i of the must big-money bills. The i senate has approved the conference committee report on the eleemosynary appropriation bill. The house could get to it today. j House-senate conferees Satur! day finished their work on the 1 last two must bills, that for state I departments and that for state' supported colleges and universities. It was anticipated the senate would act quickly on them. The house may not move so fast. As agreed upon by the conference committees, the last major appropriations could be enacted and leave; the state w i t h i n the l i m i t s of anticipated revenue. But there am still pending a number of other money bills which could run the state into Ihe red If they are approved by a f o u r - f i f t h s vote. Included in these are a number of bills which have been given strong support. They are the $1,350,000 for a stntn hospital at Dallas; $1,700,000 for a medical h r a i . r h of the U n i v e r s i t y of Texas nt San Antonio; $1,500,000 for l i f t m n r College at Beaumont; n tax rt-mlHslon of $000,000; a soil conservation hill carry IIIR an appropriation of $3,000,000; miiHoums for TOXHS Technological College and Wo»l. Texas State, at $125,000 each; nnd $250,000 for Improvements to the Texas Memorial Museum at Austin. ! Brant Smith Enter* Tennis Play Finals ALI3URQUERQUE, Juno 2 --(/P)-; r u n t Smith of Tucson played his /ay into the f i n a l s of men's singles . n ' thn New Mexico amateur tennis tournament by defeating Jack Broyles, Texas Tech 10-8, 6-4. For the championship he will meet the w i n n e r of a match between Russell Ball, TCI Paso, and Roy McSpaden, Borger. Tho Ball- McSpaden match was postponed u n t i l 8 a. m. Sunday a f t e r McSpaden battled Stamm of Albuquerque for two and one-half hours in a q u a r t e r - f i n a l s match. McSpadcn'H d e f e a t of Stum fi-4, 1-1,'J, was tho biggest upsot of the meet so f a r . Stam was seeded fourth and McSpaden seventh. RECEIVE DEGREES ABILENE, June 2--(/P)--A graduating class of ]04 members will receive degrees at commencement exorcises at; Hardin-Simmons University today. STAR ELECTRIC Company -- Inc. PHONE 171 Brownsville RIO LAST DAY HAYWARO A N D Don Portw V Uis ' . Robert 'H«iiry ) ,,, jj-i_'»j i it i iinirl1Vlff"** d TUESDAY For Organizing Labor In Texas WACO, June 2--(/P)--Plans to form CIO organizing- committee in communities throughout Texas got under way today as the. labor group's newest e f f o r t to intensify ! its drive for additional union members. I CIO representative decided on j thf! step at the close of n twn- j d n y recruiting conference here yes- I torday, I The action followed an address ' b y Van Bittner, national vice-pre- j s i d e n t of the United Steel Workers I (CIO) and director of the CIO southern organization drive, that the "best answer to those who desire the downfall of labor" was the enlistment of new. union members. Bittner declared organized labor j today was built on two firm a foundation to easily fall. "Neither the Hartley-Taft bill nor any other bill will destroy labor," he said. "They will only make us more determined than ever to carry on our fight." The volunteer recruiting committees to be established in each city, Bittner explained, would be supplemented by paid staff organ 1/ers. Robert Oliver, Texas director of; the "Operation Dixie" organizational campaign, told the 500 delegates that the Lone Star state was the last in the Union to adopt the volunteer committee plan. He predicted it would be ns successful here as in other states. " W e ' v e o r g a n i z e d 8 3 p l a n t s i n T e x a s s i n c e mid- May of 1946, but that Isn't enough," Oliver said. "We've got to organize more and volunteers working in their spare time are the ^persons who-can and must do it. John Brown, talking over -the backyard fence to neighbor Bill Smith, can convince Smith he should join a u n i o n quicker than all the pnid organizers in the world." Murderer Dies In Electric Chair HUNTSVILLE, June 2.-- (/P) -Louis Jonos, 29, convicted murderer from Oonzalois, died In the electric chair at the state penitentiary here today, his last wish to shake hands with the prison warden. The negro was placed in the chair at 12:05 a.m. and five minutes later was pronounced dead. Jones, who had received four stays of execution, was calm to the last. He walked steadily to the execution' chamber. Asked by Warden A. C. Turner if he had any final statement to make, Jones said he had none but that he would like to shake his hand. After the execution, his body was claimed by relatives from Dallas. Jones was convicted of murdering a negro soldier, John Porrault, near Wanlder, In the January, 1040, term of court at Gonzalez. He was sentenced on July 2, 1946, and received at the penitentiary July 4. Tho first date of execution was set for Aug. 3, IfMfi... Saturday the board of -pardons and paroles in Austin refused further clemency. Guatemala Is th« only Contral American country that I; ouches both Mexico and the Pacific ocean, Big Ben is the bell on which the great Westminster- clock in London strikes, nob the clock itself. In the symbolism of heraldry, sable--black--is the color of grief and penitence. The Chinese played football I 2000 yetirs before the birth ol Chris I,.' UifN i DREW \ ROBERT STANTOM CENTRAL RADIO Radio * Electronic Sales - Servio* 610 W. Eliz. Phone 886 p j ? ' f ! " D O W N ! K U K / t . , . , t,AU.7 .v ', , l.nrjrMvl S l n n U I n H n u l l i HK8T Q U A L I T Y AT LOWKHT ' K I C K H iu(ii7i i^ OUI'-VK I'IIHH. KitillRlor* NBW Or, K A N I N O 1'KIOK O N L Y VU.Qtt YOU WANT! EXCEL RADIATOR EXCHANGE X07 K. I l t h . SI, B r o w n s v i l l e , ·Hi ^fcpFiBhMI mffPiPi HiEBMfll^HM Progreso Lumber Co., at Progreso, Tex. Buildings and yard at Progreso, seven miles south of Weslaco, the only lumber yard on the Old M i l i t a r y Highway between Browns- v i l l e and Mission. This is an attractive property,ia in excellent condition and is do- ing a profitable business. Cash or termiu Also For Sale: 2 2 - f t . Trailer Float, never used- Address P. 0. Box 66, Progreso, Tex. Or Phone Mercedes 6000-F-21 Around The Town G. I. business continue to spring up around the town, adding to the strength of the Brownsville business community. One of the latest is Louis Barbee's Valley Flooring Co., a firm that is already beginning to ma.ke a name. Louis is no stranger to bhe flooring business, having had night years' experience around and n b o u t MoAllon before going into the service. Tho firm, located at 1.123 E Levee, is specialising in i n s t n l l i n f ? Venetian blinds, linoleum, rubber floor covering nnd asphal tile ns well as suncllnjr a n d . refinishing of wood floor, Business is good, considering that the firm has been in operation for only a couple of months, and Barbee points out that one of the best things about dealing with his o u t f i t is that you get what Shows Strain Strain of worry over condition of his ailing mother shows clGnr- ly in this grave-faced photo of President T r u m n n , It was taken In his Kansas City, Mo., hotel, between his visitM to his mother's bedside in nenrby Grand view, Blalock Designates Open Day In Court EDINBURG, June 2--Today has been designated as open d n y of the June term of court by Dlflt.rlcl Judge W. R. Blnloc;k. A total of 332 oases lire listed on s the docket for p, next two months. District Judge Brycc Ferguson Indicated he will be ready fco call a special term of court during the Summer recess in July and August if attorneys wish to try cases. He loft Saturday for San Francisco and will not be present for the close of the May term which extends into June. He will attend a "convention of the National Tuberculosis Association at San Francisco and also a director's meeting of the Texas Tuberculosis Association at A u n t l n , Ho will nlso attend the n n n u n l meeting of the State Bar Association at Dallas. GUEIfKA KITES HELD LAREDO, June 2.--(/P)--Funeral services were held here yesterday for Leopoldo Guerra, fiO, prominent ranchman of northeast Webty coun- -y. Guerra died Saturday at his home after n. brief illness, ''USED TIRES GUARANTEED RECAPPED TIRES FOR SALE 600x16 $8.85 at 0, K, RUBBER WELDERS 13th and Madison Phone 1113 Venetian Blinds Linoleum Floors » Asphalt Tile Floor Sanding and Refiniahingf I'Yee Estimates 1123 E. Levee - Ph. 404 We Carry a Complete Stock Of Whiskies - Rums Gins - Wines At Moderate Prices RIO GRANDE PACKAGE STORE Corner 12th Wash. Your Postwar Car Renovation Shop Is Here Now! Electric Welding Acetylene Welding Steam Cleaning Adjusted' Light* for Spray Painting Body Undercoating Renovation of Rusted out bodies. Radiator Service "Satisfaction Warranted" VALLEY PAINT AND BODY SHOP Cliff Wither* 1015 E. Adam* you want NOW, no waiting, and get it done right, * * * Luis Montes, too announces some good post-war service in a line that has been undermanned here in. the p a s t , . , the servicing nnd repairs of all kinds of business machines. Montes is an ex-official mechanic of the Remington Typewriter Co., and is an expert at repairs of all kinds of fine machinery. Adding machines, cash registers, typewriters and computing machines nre all n n open book to Montos, and ho guarantees his work. His Khop la located at 533 E Washington. * * * John Van Mill, "jefe" of the Van Mill Riding Academy in Fort Brown announces a new service, boarding of horses, along with his announcement of summer rates. Van Mill has plenty of well-constructed stables, and all equipment necessary for the proper care and feeding of fine horses. The place is beginning to catch on, with people from all over town and all walks of life dropping in for a session of the bridle paths. Van Mill has competent instruc-, tors, and is offering bargain rates on riding lessons of 12 or more, as well as single lessons, ·c * * ' v Now that the "R" months are gone, E. C. Corfcea of the Sanitary Fish Market again reminds Brownsville and Valley folk that they are living in that fortunate part of the country where oysters may be eaten- the year 'round. Just what it is that makes Valley coast oysters edible at all times, whereas those from other parts of the country are good only during months containing the letter "R" has never been fully explained. However, all Valley oyster lovers appreciate this additional evidence of Nature's favoritism for the Valley, and dont ask why too loudly, . Cortez nlso features shrimp, red fish steaks, trout and - other sea foods of all kinds, * + * John H. and Enrl Hunter, "the Valley's oldest nnd largest r e f r i - geration house" are proud of the p n r t they plnyed in equipping the new Oorrnl Drive In, opened yesterday by Hal Vnndnvni 1 . Hunter's Installed not only the regular refrigeration units usually required in an eating establishment, but a deep freeze unit to enable Vondcver to take advantage of especially choice conditions in the steak, game and fish markets. * * + Tho a d v e n t of the Valley's summer has caused a great rush in business at Hoot's Ice Cream Drive In out In West Brownsville, Hoot's not only feature ice cream cones and drinks, but specialize in Ice cream packages to go out. A special service for picniccrs, campers or beach parties iff the packing of any amount of ice cream a pint to five gallons, packed in dry ice so that It will be in prime condition for use hours after its purchase. FINAL RITES HELD OKLAHOMA CITY, June 2.--MP) --Funeral m.Tvlces for Charles W. White, 52, former Texns o i l m a n , wero to be held today at Coffeyville, Kan. White, assistant district manager for the Sinclair Oil Company ih Oklahoma the past two years, died Saturday in a hospital 'here after n. long illness. We invite you to try our special dishes that are planned daily to suit every taste. Texas Cafe MARKET SQUARE OPEN DAY and NIGHT AIR CONDITIONED Dorothy Gray Hot Weather Cologne $2,00 Value $1.00 EL J A R D I N DRUG A PKG, STORE Maneuvers Slated For Calveston Site WASHINGTON, June 2.--(/P)-The second postwar amphibious maneuvers-of the armed forces will be held near Gnlveston, Texas, in November. Elements of the Army ground n n d A i r Forces, the Nevy and the Marines will pnrticipate. Lnst year, the exercises were held off San Clemente Island, California. Overall commander this year will be Gen. Jonathan ' M. Wnimvright, commander of the Fourth Army. Navy men and ships will be from the A t l n n t i c fleet commanded by A d m i r a l W. H. P. Blandy. Rear A d m i r a l R. O. Davis, amphibious forces commander for the Atlantic Fleet, will be in charge of the amphibious phases. A combat command "A" of the second armored divisions at Camp Hood, Texas, is to be the principal ground unit. Aircraft will come from the Navy, Marines, and Army Air Forces. Fifth Test Located! At Mercedes Field MRRCKDES, June 2--The fifth lest to be drilled by Rogers Lacy in the Mercedes field of eastern Hidalgo and western Cameron Counties has been located at Rogers Lacy Production Company No. 5 Lacy-Cram-Griffith. It will be drilled to 10,500 feet. It is in Farm Tract 2,521, Section 9, North Capi- sallo District. EXTINGUISH FIRE A small fire in the Frontier Aero- motive Building at the International was quickly extinguished by the airport fire department yesterday morning. An electrical short, circuit was believed to have been the cause. Fred Lerma, airport fire chief said. Damage was estimated at only five dollars. Most "shooting stars" are only the size of a bean. A new mineral found !n alluvial dcpositis in the Merum* River, British Guiana, has been named Merumite. High Winds Damage East Texas Airport TYLER, June 2.--7P)--This East Texas city today surveyed damages caused by 'a 30-minute rain storm late yesterday that generated winds estimated up to 125 miles per hour. No injuries were reported but Major 6. C. Palmer, manager of Pounds Field, the municipal airport, said vacant barracks, once used by the Army, were blown down, several hningars damaged and eight trainer-type planes torn loose from their moorings. Three of the light planes were partially damaged. Major Palmer said the storm lasted for about half an hour, cutting off electric power in this area briefly and sending gustj; of wind that ranged from 75 to 125 miles per hour. ' The Regent diamond got its name when it was sold to the Duke of Orleans, then Regent of France, for about $650,000. Expert Repairs Adding Machines Typewriters Cash Registers, Etc. Luis Monies 533 E. Washington St. Automobile Accessories -- .and -Home Appliance* B. R Goodricfj Stores 400 E. UHh -- Phone 780 HARGIS ELECTRIC S A N I T A R Y FISH MARKET "Quality Seafoods" FRESH DAILY E. C. Corto7 M Prop. Row Outside City Market Phone 1659 SPANISH BOOKS Complete stock of books in Spanish by the best authors and publishers. RAMONES PRINTING SHO1 040 12th St. A L E X S T U D I O LIFE-LIKE PORTRAITS 1107 S. E. Wash. Phone 1674 SERVICE ELECTRIC CO Electrical Installations Electrical Repairs And a Biff Assortment of Hard-to-Get Electrical Appliances For Immediate Delivery i30 E. 13th Phone 336 CLOTHES Makt the Man WE CLOTHE the Man In the Newest Fashion VillarreaTs MEN'S STORE 432 Thirteenth St. For Good Food At Reasonable Prices Eat ..At CHARRO KITCHENS Owned and Operated by Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Underwood 2235 Boca Chica Blvd. 1 blk. East of Los Frcsnos Hiway Lunches to po oat our specialty. Phono 1841-R Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. Closed Saturdays Flight A l r m i f l t Knffinfi Mechnnin Training Courses On« of the worlrt'n b r u t rcjuliiput «J rei-aft school*. Approved by CAA nurt VA. T r n l n l n i r Ir.ndi to S?VOl m o n t h l y John. School H o u s i n g E m p l o y m e n t ServSct MAULDIN AIRCRAFT INC. Brownsville Immediate Delivery L A U N D E R A I L The Completely Automatic Home Laundry CALL 739 or See Us At 1201 E. Adama WILLIS APPLIANCE CO- PACKARD Sales and Service Servicing All Makes of Cars D. W. Simpson Co. 9th Washington - Ph. 1664 Th« Orange Mill 1131 E. Levee Featuring ORANGE JULIUS "A Devilish Good Drink" Fresh Citrus Juices Grilled Sandwiches Hygeia Ice Cream Ice Cream Drinks Milk and Buttermilk ~:-We Serve Breakfast-:· Franklin W. Pitt, Manager Save Your Nickels No Parkin* Worries -No Parking: Fees -No Parking Fines -When You Hide THE GREEN BUSES. FARE 5o Brownsville Transportation Co. HORSE BACK RIDING IS FUN! Enjoy This Healthful Outdoor Sport Trained Instructors Gen tin Mounts VAN MILL RIDING ACADEMY FORT BROWN Boarding Facilities for Privately Owned Horsr.s Now Locution of Hobby Shop Take Advantage Of Tha SALLE Shops PROFIT-SHARING PLAN Get $1.00 in Merchandise FREE With Every $25.00 You Spend I See Ui for Contractor* For PAINTING · PAPERHANGING CARPENTERING FOR MINOR REPAIRS and Complete Line of Home Decorating Supplie» SHERWIN-WILLIAMS 1240 Elizabeth -- Ption. 1181 HOME DECORATION S E R V I C E HOOT'S Ice-Cream Drive In Corner San Bcnito Hlway and Elizabeth St. Kree-Mee Ice Cream Thick Malted Milks, Conea, Sundaes. Bulk sales in quart, pint, 2 3 , and 5-gallon si7.es, packed in dry Ice. For Every Mu»ic»l Need or Deair«. . . Records --- Albums Piano* -- Radios Musical Instruments Record Player* Electrical Appliance* BledsoMlusic Co I *_ ^ ' -* .!_ M» V f^f ^I|'»fc1^ ^"» Hurry W. I-e.T, MIT. THE SAME MOTOR SERVICE New equipment, but the same employees, in our new location. PJpkin Is Better Than Ever PIPKIN MOTORS, INC. 10lh and St. Charles - Phone 8*8 C, EFFIE INGRAM General Agent Xh« Franklin Life Insurance Company 308 Pan American Bid*. Phone 7* BROWNSVILLE.TEXAS 1 CRIS RADIO SHOP 704 12th St. -- Cor. Phone 1917 Radiqs * Record Players · Expert; Radio Repairs We also have a fair stock of HAM PARTS DELTA M A C H I N E COMPANY General Machine * Wel*Uff Work Brownsville, Business Training All CommcrolJil Course* R. M. School of Businets 12th Street Reliable Service - Reliable Products JOHN H. and EAJIL HUNTER "Tho Valley'* Oldest and Larftail llcfrlKcrjition House" 2ZZ K. Elizabeth Phon« 4* Camero's Self Service Red and White Grocery Safeguarding Quality *nd Food Prices for all Brownsville CAMERO'S Palm Boulevard and Jeffemon Plione 588 Tools and Supplies Replacement Parts Automotive Equipment Burton Auto Supply- Wholesale Distributors 1001 E. Adams Phone 41 NATIVE ARTS OF OLD MEXICO THE MEXICAN MART Retail Branch -- Rio Grande Importinr 1302 Elizabeth -- Kio Bravo Building For Restricted Homesites, Truck Farm or Citrus Groves Consult Us LOS EBANOS ESTATES A, K. BLACK, M*r. El Jardin Hotel Bldg-. Telephone 499 Brownsville, Tex, R. L, BROCKMAN Complete Building Service 425 N. W. Elizabeth Phone 811 DECORATING SERVICE First class workmen and Quality materials will do your job. A, R, BOEER 800 W, Sixteenth -- Thon* 1581 TODD STOBAUGH Homes - Farms - Groves Business Property Sec us for any real estate need. Realtors Property Management 40* 11 In Phone 1M

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