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BROWNSVILLE HERALD CLASSIFIED RATES Sc per word 1 clay ftc per word 2 days 7c per word ?i day a \c per word each aclcli- (iitiormi day. 15-word miniTnum. . o r d e r s for eliviistNfJcl advertising munt nt mccompunled by oa»h »» advance «f t h » »avrrt)*er docii not huv9 an eatah- llnhetl credit account with Tli» Herald, Th* nrov.-nsvlllo Herald will not bo re*pon«lbl« for rrror/i In elaaMfldd ad» n f t e r the first ln««rtlon ami najiiiine» no responsibility nbovt ins coot of tdvortln- lr« ffr typroirrnnhlcnl or other error* In «di tKADLJNK tor clniulfled dlsplRT U 6 p m preccdln* day on wotifcdnjft, »»d 3I.JO p in Saturday for iJumlay PRPflr lAn* eJn.»»med deadline n »:30 *."V woelcdaya and 3:30 B a t u r d a t for 2. Personals 16. ALCOHOLICS A N O N Y M O U S Anyone who has nn honest desire to stop clrlnklnR, contact Alcoholics Anonymous, P. O. Box 1121, Hrllngen, Texas, " 4. "special _____ brt FTILLINO'ER. foot «pnciniist. Ban B t n t t o H U f W R y . Closed Wcdncudays. H u n d f t y i !»' ftppc-lntmrnt. f h o n r 470- M Bftn nen!U. ClOJiol to u t t c n d cou- v t n t l o n J u n e 4th to flth. ^ _________ -Elk'B" Ciub. "12 tVl3." Kxcept nl»ht«. ^ _______ ___ __ Uto ttrandt Lod»» No. il A P A» A. M. Hrownivlllw. T«xni T o n U h t T.30 P.M. Miisons IiivJU'd t o Atlt'iu! O, 8. Woodii. \V,M, A.M. Olaon, Bcc. 9. Help Wanted- Malft ~WANTE1J. in c i t y of Ilrown* 300 fn-m-hom« npcoh«!ilnn. Mo- v u n m l n i i . Bi'l«'«», fomln. DDT etc , well known t v o r y county. For p a r t i c u l a r * w r i t e Hftwlclffh'«. Pejt TXK-n-H3. McmpjMn, TCIIII. ^r E N E E r f j v i E N Keed d i i t r l b u t o r i . v a r i o u s territories. Want mrn who ftpprecIMn b c l t i K own hois and chiinco to « n r » *' /ft(l t o 0 m o n t h l y . No n x p a r i p n o o noc«i«- i- Thouicindi of e v n r y - w h e r e are wRltiiut f o r A m e r i c n ' n f i r s t and only, new nenmitlonal, electric combination moiun and roach traps. \Vrlif for f r e e I n f o r r n n t l o n . Tnitle- vood Trup Co., 901 Bo, OrflvlUcn, Inglcwooa. Cflllf. __, flALissMAN-Wholeaftle druir Mmrtrles. No c o r nfPes»ary. Salary and coinmls nlort Ollioon P r o d u c t s Co. 133J fl. K. L* v r r iv"ANTED axperlenced baker. _Apply rtie Tllden B a V a r y 743. WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES Ladies' Ready-To-Wear Department Salary and Commission Apply: LANE'S 1204 E. Elizabeth Kfi.r roOLS nnd n e p L l o tunics cleaned Phono 0000. work, n n d o x r i i v u t l o n , Oniybill · LlPO, I'liono flOO.'t-I' 1 :! Lf« Froimoft, Toxnn, T N S U R A N G E Flro - Oasunlby - Automobila Bonds - Liability - Marine . Wantcrt io Titiy Insurance Agency Phono 103 407 Eleventh your old Frlgldalre reflnished, repainted, llko new, Faotory- Bcrfcct. Infra-red ray drying, Call 48 John H. and Earl H U N T E R Valley's Old eat and Lanrwl B. Klixabeth V |rowniYlll» Phon* 4 W. B, CLINT AGENCY INSURANCE Fire, Automobile, Casualty, -Marine, All Risks, Mexican Tourist coverage Phone 6 429 Twelfth D E N N E T T Marino Engine Co. Chrysler Marine Engines and Parts 1212 Washington St. Phono 1407 17. Bulldlnj? Materials VETERANS And til persona over 16 years of age tllKlble to tuko taoauty culture. Beauty culture pays transportation. Holtry's College Of Beauty Culture 302 E. Harrison - Phone 9534 Hfl.rllngon, Texas WANTED: K«perJenofl(l imTeD Udloi, The ParUUn. 1141 B. K. ElUabath. FDa~8AIiK~ProKro»o Lumber Co. built! Inns find yivrd tt ProBrooo, Texas neven mllen south- of WonUoo, onl; l u m b e r yixrtl on Old M i l i t a r y H U h w a botw«!ou Tlrownsvllla and MlnsJon, Ai n U r u c t l v o p r o p e r t y , In oxcellont con clltton. d o l n w p r o f i t a b l e bunineu* Cftilt or torms. Alno 22-fool trallei f l o a t , novor tisnrl. P, O. Box 00, ProRrpflo, Tcxivsi or Phone Mcrcc de« COOO-F21. PRICKS HEDUCED belect Aclobo Brick 4"xfi"xl2" nt new prices. Copporwold Wall Ties, Ofill at homo south of R. R, 2 Ml. West of olmlt... HARRY ANDERSON Brownsville 5000-J Olmito, Texas JUST DECEIVED Shipment of oak flooring. Price U right. HEANER LUMBER CO. Opposite Court House Phone 007 SHIPMENT JUST RECEIVED 11. Help W»nted WANTED men and women to study lliuh Bchoo! at home. Q u a l i f y for th« better commerclftl, induatrlrtl »nd civil by (totting a hint) in spare time. In- j eluAlnw booJckeeplng, «horthand. t y p l u n and allied buiinesa aubjootfl. «d 1M7. Thousands of graduate* Wrlto for free 40 PftKO descriptive bulletin and a'l details. AMEHICAN SCHOOL. Write Box 101* *, Brown»viJlo Herftld-Brownnvllle. a good stock of Clear White Pine In both 1 and 2 inches. AII all widths up to and including 12 inches. STEINER LUMBER CO, . Phone 19 ID, Household Furniture GAB w a t e r hndtora. Kleotriu, wan. and Butane t-nngos. flmall iize free/e 16, Service^ Offered OKNKriAL h c p n l r s on homos. . W. C o p f n h R v e r . 17ftfl Morton St, I'hon« 403-J. Climatlrocl Pftlnt -- Broolcm»n. Conspletc Dulldln« Service. COMPUCTE vadlator ropalrlntf and tw ,orln* »nd new redlator. Phone 707, 101ft G.TK A.dJim*, Valley Body and Faint Shop Inc., 113 E. Jaok f l on, Harllnien REPRIOKHATOH for sale. Wftrron. Phone 1307, Inaulrt 1 20, Machinery PIPE. Anele iron. Channels, Oorruvate iron. Stool ahcota, Bollei% «n»ln«» aeni'0. ohaftlnit, Machinery of all kind and mil) auppllcu. C. A. Pruden, Vlo tori* Oln Co. 3130 I4tb St. Brown* villu. Tol 004, 21. Musical and lUclio PIANO8--1 »mftll upright, 1 itundar »lzo u p r i g h t , a n t l a u a hand o»rve pinno. also 1 Klntr baritone, Phon 1238, MAINER LAWSON Moving Contractor Agent For REU ARROW FREIGHT LINES Operator Of Page Transfer. Co. Office and Warehouse In Fort Brown. 22. MlNOcHancmw for Haie d'ookor hun1er~18.00 (set) Whit FOR standard jilze concrete brlcic and b u l l d l n c tile at m o d e r a t e l y low price.-), see Scott At Keller rU Keller's Store, 5"^ mllps cast of Brownr-vllle on Bocn Chlca H i g h w a y 16. Business Service* S ALIN A S F U RNtTORK^RBPAIR" AND PAINT SHOP We make f u r n i t u r e , che.sLs, clrc.vicrfl, tnblos, chairs, cabln- f»ts nnd doskH. rinflnlHh Vcnc- Uan Blinds, 13th find Fllmoro BrownflvlMc, Texas W E B S T E R INVESTMENT H roves and City Property Phone 638 -- We may have what you want. 2123 14th St. WASHING MACHINES FOR RENT Delverect lo your home. Phone 741-R Or call at nmn'a Army Store C20 llth Bt. Aorou from mnt'kot. FOH BAtTE: Now tuiiitom built 16 i boiU. Phono 020-M. rori SALIC: ono adding machine one typewriter. Chanp. Excellent oon dltion. Cianoroii Radio Borvlc*. Phon ipr SALE--2fl foot cabin cnilficr, A- conilliloii. HKB Leo Bnuinfoldcr, lie Yivi'dM, Port Iflfibol. LK-- Lot of 150 G. Master's out Hltlf w h i t e n i i l n t . R'casonnbly priccc Cull at 131H J3ll7.nbeth flt. or Phonr- ; No, 4:i, CMty. PIANO. Any modftl In irood condition. Rcnaonably priced. Call Nelson WANTKD TO "BUY RED TOMATOES FOR CANNING OLMITO CANNING CO OLMITO, TEXAS 39. Renl Efitatft for Sal* FOR SALE Nlr.u 6 room home In lUvorslde, new. Prlofl rncluced to SfiflOO. Cnn be sold to anybody, HIH! Lermn CMI bo an-anited. A b a r K H l n . I m m u d l a U Ponnnfldlon. ADREAN ; CO. Pan American Bldg, Phone 243 20, Dojr«--Cate--l'cl» · FOR -SALE Several good tourist camp locations on Highway. See us for lots, MONSEES SON Pan American Bldg, Phone 316 IKOIBTEIVKD Colllo pvibfl. Weaned, Four K c n u r u U c m pocllnroo«, Ruble and white, t60. R u f u « Kemp. Intfloalde, Texim 31. Poultry- FOH SALK: Whlto Wynndott* Phono 601B-F2U. fryevi. . Apartment* for ^OW RENT; 2 b e d r o o m ' f u r n i s h e d "·?/"' ment. New f u r n i t u r e . Kitchen f*ol- 'title*. Phone tHG-J . ... VKRY cool small apartment. r c f r l r o r a t i o n . Also a room. Phone 18PQ. ONE 2 ROOM apartment, furnished, Couple, no children. 1602 «« Jt«er»on. 33, Rooms for LAHQW COOL iioutheftHl bedroom in ntvonide Addition, private ·n trnnoe nnd iitop, I J rofci Phone 410-J. Va from DUB FOR SALE We har« n«w and n n a f l y now horn** lor Hale and we »l«o have homes enpeoUllT for O.I.'fl. Bet thnie home« before you buy. Prloen 10000.00 and up. ADREAN 00. Pan American Bldg, Phone 243 4t. LoU for Sal* BEDHOOM w'lth SE exposure. 110B-J. 60 BID Elizabeth BL Phone NICK oool bedroom for rent, 326 W, Levoe at. Phone 1360. 84. Hou«e« for Rent 11KNT: Furnished home in KbanoM. Phone »1. Foil HENT: Furnished a bedroom hounc from J u n o thru September. Immedliufl Occupancy. For Information. 032 W, St. Francis St. 35. Wanted to Kent PAA pilot and wife, no children, 3 badroom houne, Furnished or «n- furnlBhed. Phone 14D1-J. LARGE LOTS North BrownsYill* ·Bu'bdlrlsion, Bloc* north of Boo* Ohio* Highway, Dan, wftttr, electricity, ,-Bfty«l roads, City bui service, Conrenlont to Water Port and Alrpork «mploye*s. Priced i«4S,00 up. Terma IlilB.OO down, Bal»no« $10,05 per month. THOS. P. BENSON Co. 1213 SB Washington Phon» UCI^ ^. BALD! On» acre traoU on pay»im«j\t WebiUr Invaitmanti. ^123 14th Phon« 838. TOR BALE on« comer lob on pavement and ·Idowalk. 4th. »nd We«t l»«vee Inquire 1131 HUKabeth at. 43, Acreage for 8al» FOR BALB 30 aoreii on 14th Street, H O'NDftln, Phone 1121. P4l 9, M abeth at, Aoreait for Rent RXNT: 250 aorea Just plowed for ·eed or feed crop, flttveni. Phon« 80 St. 46. Flnstnolal and Ix»n» A A Pilot and wife, no children ur- Kcntly need unfurnished h p U M . P h ' j n o 36B-H or write Box 181* Heruld, WANTED to rnnt-- Furnlihed . , hoiue, Permanent, renponilble, ye»v Will 34«, WANTED--Furnlahed two bedroom house or npMtmunt for four P*n American pilots. Will take «»wiunt cnrii or property. Write Box IBafr Herald. _ 36. Hou««i for 8*1« 4 ROOM house and » * c r c » . Gjone in on Pavement, aiaa Uth Bt. Wtbatar Inventmtnt. 4-nOOM house. 11 ft. lot. aanri »nd Bouthinost. $2500. Park oMh, b»unoe easy. Dr. W. A. Jont». Phone laJi. PAWNBROKERS LOAN S On Anything Of Value 2123 14TH ST. 50. Used Trucks for Sale GNU 3-Toom house on bus line.. Webster Investment. 3123 l i t h f l t FOR BALE: OUOBt house to be from property. One room, closet bath, $1500, 686 W. J a f f g r s o n 8t, re WAU,. by owner; Nice J roomi home. iV' a utory. a porohei. Will stU with f u r n i t u r e for $8500,00 or « hout lor $6200 00, Jmmocliiito poflBCBsion . can be ueen ftt 1734 W, Ad*ms FOR SALTS: Modern 3 bedroom house. Hollow tile construction. Good nei«n- borhood. 'ower. Fhont T1B-W. 38. Business Properly MUST flBLL. due to bad neaitn, m K u r u K o »nd pivlnt' Baulpment, Also uood location for rent. 8«« Jfcoyt ,?;i Boucher Motor Co., Los yresnos and Boca Chlctv Hwy Intcraocllon. Or can 1007. 7 Real Estate for Sale - FOR SALE . Several Rood homon, 100% OI A number 6f small acreage tractfl for subdivisions. A number of good loU on West Boca Ohlca Highway. Brlok *tore building. Down town. Six acre grove with house. Warehouse on B. B. track with ueveral lota, Several choice lots in Los Ebanos and Riverside. C, G. FOSTER, Realtor 1021 E. Washington Phone 1940 - Res. 1240-J Brownsville Motor Co. 1222 Washington St. Phone 427 Chrysler - Plymouth Diamond T Trucks 1946 FORDflON tractor, border, harrow blade, bedder, planter; cultivated W B, Pratt, 412 Fim National Bank Bid*. Phone 1070. ' fled Cross Elects Officers For West Cameron Chapter HARLINGEN, June 3 -- Most officers of the West Cameron County Chapter of the American Red Cross wore re-elected at the annual meeting Monday nlghl a.t the First National Bank. Those re-elected were Ohlarmau _ TJ. -Pincher, San Benito; J. W. Gates, La Feria. vice-president; Jack Cook of Sftii Bonito, treasurer; Evan H. Hurst, treasurer of Harllngen branch, and Charles A. Washmon of Harllngen, secretary. E. C. Breedlove was replaced as director by Paul Greenwopd, who had been vice-chairman from Harlingen. Directors re-elected were Tom Phillips, Santa Rosa; R. M, King, pprlmera; Mrs. O, W. Starclc, Santa Maria; J, H. MoEowen, Brigga-Ooleman; J. W. Oatos, La Feria; W. B, Reeves, Combes; James L, Keller, Port Isabel; Rudy Bendixon, San Benito; Frank Mc- Oabe, Rio Hondo; Ura Breedlove, Los Fresnos; Morgan Buchah, Rangerville; and E. D. Pock, Los Indlos. Oommltte chairman made reports,-Most of them wore re-elected, Chapter finance, C, A. Wash- mofc, Harlingen; San Benito branch finance, W. W. HOUHO- wrlght; chapter publicity, Mrs. Marie Sllsbee; San Benito branch publicity, Steve Elam; chapter Junior Red Cross, Mrs. Thomas B. Johnston, Kallngcn; San Benito Junior Red Cross, Daisy McDonald; Havllngon Junior Rod proas, Margaret Thompson. Chapter home service, B. A. Epstein of San Benito; Harlingen home service, P. A, Hoidale chapter disaster preparedness, the Rev, C. C. 'Shafe, San Benito'; Harlln- gon preparedness, P. A. Hoidale; chapter hame nursing, Mrs. J. B, Griffin, San Benito; Harlingon homo nursing, Mrs. Mattie Lewis; chapter nutrition, Laura Underwood, San Benito; Harlingen branched nutrition, Mrs. E. L. Kirk, chapter first aid, R, H. Bohnor, San Bonito; Harlingen first aid, F. M. Sexton. Home and farm accident prevention, Frank Brunnemann, San Benito; volunteer special services, Miss Paul Hill, Harlingon; nurses aides, Mrs. G. Lorimer Brown, Harllngen; canteen, Anne Roonie Hill, Harlingon; staff assistance, Mrs. Charles Schlottcr, Harlingen; chapter production, San Benito branch production Mrs, Opal Hervey; La Feria production, Mrs. C. J. Hoverson, POH BALK--1D37 IV* ton OUO pane truck. $800. Cull 1051-M. Bldg. T-16. 51. Trailer* lor Sale SALIC--1045 fichulb lAlXery LlnO Houio Trailer, Equipped with Butane Tel. 1951-M. " HOUSE Traller-M It,. sl«P» t*o, Roa «onably prlo«U. Shamrock Court. Mooa Chlca Ro*d. Yankees To Sponsor Tryouts In Memphis MEMPHIS, June 3,-- .(^) --The New York Yankee* will sponsoi *, two-day try-out camp here starting June XO. Former biff leaguers DurlolKh Qrimos and Wattle Holm will «u» pervUe with Ernent Lorbeor scouting the players for contract, | Tiie«dn.y, .Tune 3, 1M7 __ THJG; BROWNSVILLE 1H-KALT Sky, Is Limit For This Real Estate Pagft T BY 1'ATT WATTS BORBEGO SPRINGS, Calif., (NEA) -- Rear Adm. H n l p h Wood, USN (Ret,), once sold the J a p - ' nese on abandoning the Eleut- ans by repeted air attacks. The Admiral, now a civilian, till is making air attacks. But ow his Is selling prospective renl state buyers on .settling in Boro Springs. He Hies his custom- r» In from Los Angeles, 160 mi Jos o the north, from nearby Palm prings, and from other cities, and ivcs them an aerial view of Jescrl lands he hopes they will uy. BorreRO Spring is sl.ricLly for he birdmen, especially those who wn their own planes and don't nind commuting a hunderd miloK r HO. The wide desert roads are aid out so that small planes can and easily on them. "Sportsmen pilots fly down to nvestigate the possibilities of Borego Springs," Adm. Wood.,-says, or we fly them in, taxi right up o the trapt office and pick up salesman. Then we take off and ly over the property. 1 The salesman picks it up from here: "Like it?" ho R»ks the pro.specl. "Up here you can see the new ilghways, note the relative dts- ancos and get a general view of he whole development, Let's land." After the buyer gets a "ground- eye" view of the land, they take off again and fly back to the dotted Jine at the office. The Admiral admits that it Isn't Fred Haas Qualifies For National Open NEW ORLEAN, June 3.-- (/P) -Fred Haas Jr., of New Orleans, who recently tied for third in the Colonial Invitation tournament at, Port Worth, qualified for the National Open Golf tournament with a. score of 70-74-144 over the par-71 Motalrie Country Club course here yesterdiay. Haas, who won the Memphis Open in 1945, competed against 11 other entrants. The cost of moving ft shipment of goods aorosH the. Wlmngpoo river at Shanghai rofjo In the postwar Inflation until it waft groatoi than the cost of moving bho-Biuno shipment from San WanolBCO to China. 6-Kooni House Now Vacant Beit buy In town Js to CENTRAL PAJIK Completely Modem FHA It QI Approved Mrs, H. L, CarsCMUn Phone 1347 or 1643-M 1057 Franklin FOR SALE Nice five room home in West Brownsville. New roof and in good condition. Immediate possession. Apartment house near business district, Completely refinished, A good buy. Two new homes ready for occupancy, Todcl Stobaugh 407 Eleventh St. . Phone 183 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Sam Hughfton Agency We insure everything but the hereafter. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Anthony Bldg, Phone 1163 RIAL BltTAT««LOANS Commercial -- SUitdentliil Farmi -- R»nche» WO BEOKKRAQK - NO U in. MAKJCB - F. D H»AHI1I Rt«S»-W11-Mond Hot*) Bid I ··rltni«n, CMM - Phone No, 4M Brake Service Expert Brake Service on all makes of cara, Goodyear Service 10th to Levee -- Phone 990 EMERSON RADIOS PHONORADIOS RECORDERS BATTERY BETS Sommers Furniture Phone 874 1208 Adami Krlll and toaster' combined. 1 10 or 120 volts. For rcs- t f t u r n n t u«e only. 9oc C. B. Dny. Brooks Wnlarocn. SPECIAL! DEEPFREEZE HOME FREEZERS $310.00 Delivered Brownsville Theso are largo 0 cubic feet freezers. Only two available at this special price. OPA price $453.25. Valley Buick Company St. Clinrlcs at Hth St. ; O N K Almost now pinno priced rltfht, nine completely ofjulpporl boya bicycle, ! all |Ue linoleum FOR SALE Brick home, five rooms, screen porch, in Los Ebanos. Large five room stucco horn* with screen tile porch on large beautiful lot on resaca in Los Ebanos. R, M. Warren Phone 13H7-J PARKA BROS. NO, 2 Grocery - Meat* Hardware Frot Delivery AnypUct Phone 1692 ' 1121 E. Adami FOR SALE 6-ioorn frame home on 2 lota in Riverside. Completely furnished. In excellent condition. Immediate possession, Reasonable priced. 6-room frame home Just off Old Port Road. 5 acres excellent land. Citrus, On resaca. fi-rbom frame home in Victoria Addition. On paved street and conveniently located, $0500. We also hav« a fine /selection of many other homes, farm* and lots. COLGIN BECHDEL Phones: Office 157 or 63 Residence 905-J 1.6 Maltby Bide. You'll Be 'Sold On Un ^Whrin We Sole Your SHOES , For Quick and Satisfactory flervice, Bring Your Shoes to Central Sho« Shop ^ S. Washington Br6wnsville HELP - u - SELF LAUNDRY Wet Wafthlnr* and Dry Washinfi Done 2901 E. 14th Phone 9564 Covncevich Bicycle Shop Kew bicycles and supplies. Also repair work, Front of Landrum'a. phone 1876 ORCHARD CARE Discing - Bordering busting A* You Want It Done MAX DREASHER Phone 6013-r-l Liquid Fertilizer Applied in Irrigation Water Texas Liquid Fertilizer Co. Call or Write N. P. SCHMITZ 2123 S. E. 14th- St. Phone 038 Your Brownsville - Los Fresnos 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 rugs need attention. Have them cleaned and repaired by a rug expert. 503 E. Levee Phone 1217-M -- 1046 KANDARIAN Ruff Expert Brownsville ATTENTION GROWERS AIRPLANE DUSTING SERVICE Insecticide Sulphur Fertilizer Herman Schreiber, Jr, Phono 1923-M or Willis Implement Co. - Ph. 4M Printing Commercial, job printing, blueprinting. Neatly and promptly finished. THE PRINTCRAFT SHOP 607 9th St. Phone 777 WASHING? Use HUPFAKEB'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY Ssft Water, Courteous Assistance, Curb Service, 31.4 Bast 8t-h Phono 191)8 Birthday Parties and Wedding P H O T O G R A P H S Made in Your Home or Church Call SUMMERS STUDIO Phone 815 " 405 E. 12th St. Kenr Mm. Kalph Wood (left) welcomes realtor Kobort Ransom nnil a couple of prospects to Borneo Spring Wood's flyliiff Kales- men already have sold §500,000 worth of property in new resort. ilwnvs ns simple as thnt. But in have sold $500,000 worth of prop- 'two ' m o n t h s his ixlrplnne C ^ Vt ' AUTO All makes of cars and trucks expertly repaired at prices you can afford to pay. PRIEDMANN MOTOR CO. Corner 10th and Levee Phone 105 Propane Gn« Tanks Water Softeners Stewart Warner Radios Butane Water Hcatern HARD IN GAS APPLIANCE CO. phont 878 Little Red School Gets A College House Paint Job activity: Student Icnoliow FrnnWJn O, «on of Lancaster, Pa, uml Barbara Ann Ncldljr of Md,, get a new i)«rsi)ocllv« on c.lumition by rtoJng- nftftrnoon jmint job at a one-room fcdiool nt rntton j o w n n h f p , 14 Homers Banged Out In West Texas League On Monday By The A*soclnlod Press Home runs were almost ns common nn Bin'Rlrs ye.itorclny in tjio West Toxhs--Now- Mexico JjCnpuo with 14 recorded in four games. The scores were: Pnmpa 25 Clevis 7; Albuquer- qxie 13; Lubbock 10; Amnrillo 8 Lnmcsn 3;- Bovgcr 13 Abilene 9. Players Kiting home runs included : Leon Mitchell. Border, 3: Bob Crues, Amnrillo, 2; Vincent Liberty, Amnrillo, 1; Grover Scitz. Pnm- pa, 8; Tony Rnnce, Pnmpa, 1: Don Moore Ray Sunders, Al Jackson, nil of Clovls, one e^ch; Bill Scre- , Lubbock, 1; Ron Rowcn. Albuquerque, 1. Ross McDade Takes 4-State Golf Title TEXARKANA, June 2--7n-- Ross McDnde of Shreveport today holds the 1047 honors of the Four States Invitation golf tournament. He came out on top in the final here yesterday by shooting three under' pnr golf to doxm Vincent Allison of Fort. Smith. 2 and 1. TERMITES ANTS - ROACHES Able Exterminators, Inc. Phon« 1997 -- S43-R LETS YOU AND ME BUILD A HOME BROCKMAN Complete BwtUUnf Scrr1o« 4»K W. BliMbeth Phono 811 Insurance Botula DODD-MTTCHELL AGENCY Arcade Bldr. - Brownsville 1838 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS MOTOR REPAIRS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES -- SEE -WENCESLAO PEREZ At the PEREZ ELECTRIC COMPANY 903 K. Mdtllson Ph. 641-M n nil hands: Org-anir.crt recreation Is one of the thin K s higher education Is giving one-room schools- in Pntton Township, Pa, Here Btudcnt teacher* Sally Schlcycr (left), Plirladclphin, and Barbar* Atkins, Buy Bidgo, N. \',, piny "ffoal" for a waddle race. oy Steaks, Fried Chicken, Chilled Beers, Nice Dancing. PATTON TOWNSHIBr PH., (NEA) -- The little rod schoolhouse is -getting' a new con I, oi' paint and a professional boost from higher education. Three of the one-room schools in this township are doubling iu-, an educational workshop for a don- en teaclioi's-to-be from the Pennsylvania State College, The project was launched this year by the Penn State Christian Association and the Penn State Chapter of the American Association for Childhood Education. Already it has won enthusiastic support from both students and teachers in the one-room schools, ami sohool officials would like to sei v the idea spread. Frank Parker Tops In Tennis Tourney KANSAS CITY, June 3,-- (W) -Prank Parker of LOR Angeles, the nation's No, 3 ranking player, will go into action today as the top- seeded favorite of the Heart of America tennis tournament,. Three others among the country's top ten amateurs arc entered iii* the tourney which will continue throng Sunday. They are Robert Falkenburg of Los Angeles, Gardnar Mulloy of Miami, nnd William Tnl- bcrt, 'Wilmington, Del. ^ It is estimated that 40 percent of the totnl U. S. railroad passenger traffic in 1944 consisted of members of the armed forces and a substantial portion of the remainder represented movements of th« families of Mi'vica people, j The student teachers visit the schools weekly to teach art, music l a n d organized recreation, subjects ; which are not now part of the ! schoolroom schedule. The project i has broadened the .scope of elementary education in these schools, nupils of n wide ap;c range. Penn State officials find also i h a t the plan building new interest in the teaching profession i among 1 students. They no longer limit their a c - j Itivlty to classroom work. The stud- j : ent ' teachers have carted motion! · picture projectors and educational; ;films to t h e schools. On weekends! ! they havo even donned overalls: ; n n d give the .schoolrooms a paint: .lob. Three Clubs Reach For Lead Spot In Big State League (Uy The A.ssoolated Press) Wichita Falls held a filendcr percentage lead over Greenville and Texarkann today with the state KCt for a thrt'p-cornerod battle to- niKht for the top spot in the Bitf Stale League. Greenville and TcXarcana split- in a double bill last niRht, Greenville takinff the opener 3-2. and dropping the Um-lnnins nightcapt .1-0. : Wichita Falls jumped from third to first on n 13-11 decision over ETAOIN ; Waco. In other games, Gaines- ;villc edged Austin 4-3 in ten in- nhiRS and Paris nosed out Sherman 5-4. Claude Kennedy, mi. on San Benito Complete Optical Murvicc Ky«s Rxumlnpd -- Lenses DupHrntcd -- Frame* Repaired R. L. LACKNER Jowclfr und Optometrist | I1U KU»«hPth. Phone 644 j BrownKville W R E C K E R S E R V I C E DAY - and · NSGHT 1664 Phone 356-R D, W. SIMPSON CO. Your Packard Dealer

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