The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 3, 1947 · Page 10
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Brownsville, Texas
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Tuesday, June 3, 1947
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THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD Tuesday, June 3, 1947 TODAY IN THE VALLEY A A,. A A Briefs Cj;, K Hull, 18, bciiman, UBN, of JJrown.svSlU 1 , vimi with Patrol Squadron f l l ^ H , buM'd on Okinawa. The JMimdrou 11U-8 smirch, and rcscuu p a t r o l s over the Pacific Ocean and tin- Chirm Sen, and maintain* ro- f'.uJar courier service to China, cur- xymtt personnel nnd mall. * Deputy Sheriff U. H. Soils has J e t u r n r d from u vacation trip to ,Mexi"i' City and other points" of i : ; ' , ' ; v . in Mexico. ' Mary Lee f'Uippone, of 604 .'Xr/ninvest. Adams St., and Jacklo ·Dt-ntur,. 66 Belvedere Drive, have r ! u r n c - d to their homes from the ^ U n i v e r s i t y of Texas, where they j-iavr bfM-n students. They will re-turn to the university next Fall. C l i f f o r d I I . Purely, « X f t Uusinesu vlwltor Harllngen, here Mon- Iir. fc. Ilillingur, San Bcnlto .-, will attend a convention W San' Antonio from Wednesday j h r o n K h Su.iday. During this time ·Ji;.-. offK-i- will be clonccl. __ ^ I F O K I C 1 0 N B X C ' I I A N G K - NL-w YORK. June 3.--/n--I"or- V i - ii e x c h n i w rate» follow (Great J ; r ; ! n l n in DollarH, others In con UK: - c.'anndian dollar in New York .jM-n market 0 5-8 per cent dis- Y c u s n f or 00.37'i U. 8. centfi, un- 'Y:urupc: Great Briiitin $4,02 13-10, UP 1-1G of ft cent; France (franc) 'j'M'·'. or H cent, unchanged; Sweden ~ k ! o : i a » 2785, unchanged, Swltxcr- -3:i m l i f r a n c ) (com'l) 23-40, un- I . a f i n - A r n e r l c t i : Argentina frorj- SH 4 7 . down .01 of a cent; Brazil · f i - t e f.f)0 unchanged; Mexico 20.62, Shipments . WKSLACO, June 3 -- A total of ·21D cnrloads of cltrua and vcgc- were whipped from the Vallas: nlcht, according to Market -Jsifus Service In Weslaco. - Shipment* included: Grapefruit "21 rnrs. cantaloupe one, topped C a r r o t * four, corn 38, tomatooH 143 -rind mixed vegetables five. ' Total shipments --of grapefruit Jncluded 28 cars from Texas, 30 -from Florida, five from California ·fend six from Arizona, with a total "of no. Texas .shipped 103 oars of Itomntoes and Florida 11, The Weather WEATHER FORECAST r'on TJKR LOWEU nio GRANDE . Ai.i.KV: ; l ' u r t l y cloudy nnd w n r m . Mod u n i i c n o u l h o u i t l c r l y wlnda. M i i x t i n u m K j i i U J c f i i t u r c t o d a y 01 to 06. M i n i m u m u m l u h t 7fi to VO. KIVE-PAY FORECAST: TomuornluruB will u v o r u B O one to four dourecu ivbove the HcwMoiml uvoi'fLKu for tho period w i t h no I m p o r t a n t trend. Uttlo or no p r o c l p l t n t l o n Indicator!. I^-OJt EAST TEXAS: Pfirlly cloudy this a f t e r n o o n , t o n l K h t and Wednosday; not nuuih olinmio in t o m p o r n t u r o . Moderate M o u t h e n a t wlnda on COHBI. Lowont Rain last lant NlKht 24 hrs (12 or ,li) 70 7H Hiithoot last lii Houra Anuirlllo. Tex. 00 () 00 00 lift 05 O«nver, Colo 80 Unroll, Mich 03 |JI J'UHO. Tox, . . , , , . . . 0-i Vorl, W o r t h , Tox, MiK Hnrlnit. Tox H r o w n s v t l l u , Tux. . , . C.'hlOUKO, I I I Corpua C h r i x t l , Tox. Del Ulo, Tox, T O X Jacksonville', I 1 1 it. K i X n i t f t H (Jlty, MO. I, u null* Tox M c i u u l i l f t . Teinn Now York, N, Y. jforth I'lfttt-c, Neb Okhvhomn CMty Ml. Louts, Mo Man A n t o n i o , TPX. D. (,'. 04 03 on n,i 78 7 4 78 (10 03 00 Of) 78 7H 40 44 63 65 73 73 KO 77 04 76 61 50 (tf 4B 00 75 fl7 73 70 ,18 Tr. 00 .08 R I V R K IJULLETIN RIO G U A N D K IUVKH Flood Koud UBO a* 34 ttiKft at Hr, Mr, 7 ft.rn. ohnic, L»rcclo ........ 37 1.4 4-0-1 Wo G r n u c l o City 31 -- -- UltUlxo ........ 21 3,0 -1.3 Morcodo* ...... 31 B.B -0.3 H r O W i i H V l J i o ---- 18 1.0 -0.3 HlYKlt iTORKOAB'Jf D u r i n g tho noxt ii'l houra thi will contlnuo to f a l l slowly. TIDKS TOMORROW :2B n,in. Low »:33 river p.rn, 8uii8«t Today 7:10 p.m. Hunrlso Tomorrow B;38 n.m. Hwromotrlc Prc^iuro 31:89 at 0:4fi n.m. Deaths DR. JOHN WILLS WESLACO, June 3.-- (/P) --Pr. John W. Wills, 80, retired, died yesterday of a heart attack, He had lived here for the past three and a half years. Dr. Willa practiced at West, near Waco, for 61 years. His family located near Waco in 1835. He was a Rracluate of the University of Chicago, REYMUNDO VILLAIIREAL Funeral services will be conducted today at 4 p.m. for Roymundo Vlllarreal, 20, who cited at the Mercy Hospital yesterday at 10:30 p.m. following tin operation. He Is survived by his mother, Mrs. Amelia Martinez, and three brothers, Jaclantn, Jose and Juan, Survloes will be conducted at tho Immaculate Conception Church with burial at the City einetery, Delia Funeral Home IB In chargfc of arrangements. ' Friand massfiginK prepit- ration helps bring **se and eom/ort to expectant mothers, '\ T OTHER'S INTEND, an oxquUltolr J » l prepared emollient, 1» m o f u l In nil " r e n d i t i o n * -where * bJnnrt, mild anodyne j t ^ i A f t i x K o medium In »kln lubrlcmtlou In i"*irfn. Ono condition In which women, foi rn or « than 70 years have used Ih Id r, M ti;plirruion /or innwnKlnK tho body -c'urijjfe: j' , . . it helps keep tho -».km Boft Rnrt p l l h h l e . . , thus avoiding mirxvfrjary discomfort duo to dryneua .*it.d UKhtrienn. It rrfroahes and tones th» ,*un An idf al mns»tA{ro application for tho r. u m b , t i n g l i n g or b u r n i n g uonsatlona of u.e s k i n . . , /or thf tlrnrt buck; muucleii or r:-ium-llko pfilnu tn tho IORII. Quloldy '*br-orb.-d. Delightful to , Xiso. JIlBhly ~fir3,i*fd by tifcra, many 'doctor* nnd "n-jLrios. Million* of bottlf* sold. J u a t ««lc " t n y diui^;.Ut for Mother'* Friend -- tho * i V i : , t - t n o H l f n t nnd hibrlcnnt. Do try it. Summer Weather Hits West Texas Section ny Tlie AHKOolatcd Prexs The weather fudged on summer (which officially doesn't begin until Juno 22) with 100 degree temperatures at Wink, and in tho UOfl elsewhere in Texas yesterday. Coolest spot today wa« Pampa with 01 de«rooB. More of tho s.amo is predicted for tomorrow--partly cloudy to fair weather In East Texas, fair in West Texas, with no change in temperature anywhere. Mothers Friend Your After-Work Beer Treat... YOUTHS HEFOKH COUIIT Six boys, ranging from 10 to 14 years of ago, faced Judge James S. Graham, sitting in Juvonil Court, thin morning on a complaint of breaking Into the Rio Hondo Hard- waro and Implement Company last Saturday night and taking some pocket knives and a lltle more than $0 in cash. Tho boys were reprimanded by. Judge Graham and released with a warning that if they got Into more trouble ho would bo com- pollftd to noncl them to the State Iloyn Training School at Oatcsvlllc, ^% MM 6/meue Records Show Colemans Filed i Trust Deec? Wft/t County Clerk An aftermath to the trial of M. H. and Ruth W. Coleman, convicted in federal district court hero last Sntuday of using the malls to defraud, cropped up in the county clerk's office yesterday afternoon with fcho filing of a deed of, trust by the Colemans in favor of Jack K, Ayer, trustee for James V. Allred, chief counsel for tho convicted pair during' the trliU.s which lasted about two weeks. According to the deed, the pole- mans put up property, described as "all of South half -of Block 24 and all of Block 26, containing 00 acres in the C. P. Barredasub- Work Advances On Tug Salvage Work is progressing smoothly o n t h e « a 1 v a g i n (? o f the Mexican tug, "Pemex No. 2" which went aground about 50 feet off the beach on Padre Island, 25 miles north of the Coast Guard station last month, acceding to officials of tho Phllen Shipping Comapny, agents for tho Mexican Petroleum Company, owners of the tupc. The tug has been moved about two feet seaward, following ^the freeing of the hawser line around .the tug's propeller by workers of the New Orleans Coal and Diesel Towing Company, which has a contract to free the vessel from the beach. This operation was carried on with the help of the tug, "Wtn- throp," which Is owned by the New Orleans company. A heavy anchor, with cable attached to it and the "Pcmex," and then swung back to the Winthrop, has N been placed properly, and It is hoped that several high tides will enable the Winthrop to pull tho "Pemex" into deep water, Cadled in the sand, the "Pemex" has been held upright and stationary since hitting the beach, Violence (Continued from Page One) Hidalgo county Jail in connection with the fatal stabbing of Pasquel Vascjuez, 23, of Buena. Vista, Tamaulipas. Vasquez died of knife wounds in a Weslaco hospital several hours after a quarrel near Progreso early Sunday morning. Funeral services will be conducted at 4:30 p. m, today for Jose Modesto Oarza at tho Santa Rosalia cemetery, The Delta Funeral Home will be in charge with church services to be conducted at the Church of Christ at 12th and Tyler Sts. He is survived by his parents, three sisters, Oralla, Marta, Raquol and three brothers, Bonlto, Manuel Jr., and Guaclalu- pe. Services were pending this morning for Carscadin, member^ of the John Hanson Post of the American Legion'' said. A military funeral under direction of the American Legion will be conducted tomorrow, they said, Downey (Continued from Pago One) Secretary of 'Interior Krug firmly opposed the bill during tho hearings assorting that it would revoke a congressional policy of assisting in the development of family-size farms, give great benefits to a few large landowners, and remove safeguards ngalnst land speculation. division, In the OJo do Agun grant" as collateral for a $4,500 note, which was dated May 10, 1047 and is due on Sept. 5. 1047, -with interest at «tx per cent, A notation, as on' the deed Instructed t h e ' c o u n t y clerk to mall the papers to "James V. Allred, attorney, Electric Building, Houston," The Oolenmns were convicted on nine counts of using the mails to defraud in connection with the operations of their little orphanage ·. at Santa Rosa. The Indictment against the pair allee'ed that they used the mails frauduently, in a campaign, which was almost nationwide in scope, to acquire funds to' operate the orphanage. Judge Allan B, Hannay, who presided over the trial, has set Friday of this week as the day for sentencing the Colemans, the maximum sentence being five years on each count. They are on original bonds of $1,500 each It is expected that the Oolemam will file an appeal Just as sooi as Judge Hannay on tern the judgment/. Stock Markets NEW YORK, June --(/I 1 )-- Assorted slocks nmdo feebln passes at recovery in today's market although many leaders continued to seek lower ground, Dealings were sluggish from the opening on and fractional declines had a shade the best of the argument near midday. . Occasional gainers included Youngstown Sheet, General Motors, Sears Roebuck, International Harvester, Philip Morris, Owens- Illinois, Standard Oil (NJ) and Consolidated Edison. Intermittent losers were Bethlehem, ·"* Republic Steel, Kennecott, American Water Works, Westinghouse, Air Reduction, General Electric, Dow Chemical, Sante Fe, N. Y. Central, Southern Pacific, Southern Railway and Great Northern Railroad. Bonds and cotton futures were narrowly uneven.· Bank Reverses Policy, Now Accepts Deposits HIDALGO; June, 3 -- Deposits of under $30 are being taken by the Bank of Mexico to credit Mexican contract workers in the U. S., according to Allan Skinner of the U. S, Immigration Service here. The money is to pay workers fare back to their homes in Mexico. Skinner said the progarm of legalizing Mexican workers was operating smoothly. Contracting will continue through June 15. Marine News ^ IN PORT TODAY AZTEOA (Mex.) Discharging 1 gasoline, Phllen Shipping Co., agents. WV LULU (Pan.) Being repair- eel, Hidaltfo Distributing Co., ng:enti5. SS SONOBA (Nic.) Undergoing 'epairs, Port Brownsville SS agency, ngemts, MV LYNN B, (Pan.) Undergoing ·epairs, Hldalg'o Distributing Oo. agents. MV GONZALO CARIOS (HondJ Undergoing repairs. McOarty and Massey Shipping Co,, agents. MV ACCURACY (Br.) Undergoing repairs, McCarty and Ma«sey Shipping Co., agents. MV LEV III (Pan.) JU H. Prt chard, owner, MV CARIBBEAN QUEEN (Br.) Discharging' bananas. McCarty and Massey Slipping Co., agents. MV SEVEN SEAS (Mex.) Dis- Browns- Barrios, Guatemala with bananas. VL'cCart-y and · Massey Shipping Co. igents. G-4-- SS TELA (Hond.) Puerto Vlexlco with bananas. Port Browns- ille SS Agency, agents. 0-4-- MV COLISTER (Br. 1 ) Puerto Mexico with bananas, Port Brownsville S3 Agency, agent*. 0-4-- SS ROSELEAF (Br.) Alvn- ro Obregon with bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. 0-5-- SS FLAGSTAFF Victory (Am.) Houston to load general for Scandinavian ports. and Co., agents. 0-0-- SS SAPAULPA VICTORY (Am.) Houston to load general cargo for Baltimore and New York. Philen Shipping Co., agents. WALTER G. SWEEN- CONFEIIENCE SI/ATED Young People's Conference of Presbyterian Synod of Texas will meet in Kerrvlllc June 3-12, Those attending as delegates from First Presbyterian- Church at Brownsville are Misses Patricia Holcomb, Jeannlne Preston and Agnes Tipton. Accompanying the delegates is the mlnlste, the. Rev. J. Martin Singleton, who is on the faculty. COTTON PRICES NEW YORK, June 3 -- /P) -Cotton prices at noon were un~ jhanged to 60 oonts a bale higher than the previous close. July 34.40, Oct. 30,01, and Dec. 29.24, 'i'or Better Pood Eat At CHARRO KITCHENS Mr. and Mrs, W. \V. Underwood Specializing in lunches to go 223G Bocu Ohlca Blvd. Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. CLOSED SATURDAYS THE TEXAS LINE Is Pleased To Announce That Offices Have Been Opened At Berth No. 3, Brownsville Marine Terminal Under the Direction Of Walter E. Plltt, Jr., District Manager Phone Brownsville 1877 -- P. 0. Box 1046 THE TEXAS LINE New York -- Baltimore -- Houston Galveston -- Dallas -- Brownsville HO**' ,4AUi.SJOM-HOU370H , I HO., felmtefl, TMM · FOR SALE · Progreso Lumber Co., at Progreso, Tex. Building* and yard at Progreso, seven miles south of Weslaco, the only lumber yard on the Old M ilitary Highway between Brownsville and Mission. r i This is an attractive property,is in excellent condition and is doing a profitable business. Cash or terms. j Also For Sale: 22-ft. Trailer Float, never used. Address P. 0. Box 66, Progreso, Tex. Or Phone Mer cedes 6000-F-21 bannims. Port ville SS Agency, agents. ARRIVALS SS HALIFAX (Br.) Puerto Mexico with bananas. Port BrowiiB- ville SS Agency, agents. MV CARIBBEAN QUEEN (Br.) Alvaro Obregon with bananas. Me Oarl-y and Massey Shipping Oo agents. MV SEVEN SEAS (Mex.) Nautla, Mex., with bananas. Por Brownsville SS Agency, agents. DEPARTURES MV PATRICIA SWEENEY (Br.) Alvaro Obrogon Lo load bananas MoOarty and Massey Shipping Co. agents. MV ROATAN (Pan.) AJvaro Obregon to load bananas. McCarti and-- Massey Shipping Co. agents. MV AMAPALA (Can.) Nautla Mex., to load bananas. Por Brownsville SS Agency, agents. DUE TO ARRIVE MIZPAH (Hond.) Por cargo EY (Can.) Alvaro Obregon with mnanas. McCarty and Massey Co., agents. CAPITOLA (Br.) Tux- 6-11--MV ROATAN (Pan.) AlVft-. G-8G--SS MACK BRUTON BRY- ·o Obregon 'with bananas. McCarty; AN (Am.) Oslo t.o load general md Sweeney Shipping Co., a Rents, cargo. Lnlllcr and Co.. agents. 6-12--SS CHARLES LY K E S (Am.) Antwerp to load general cargo. Lallier and Co. agents. 0-20--AXELDYK DuU Tnmpt- co Lo load general cargo for London, Antwerp, Rotterdam and Lallier nnd Co., agents. Certain sloths cat nil the time because they before they at so slowly finish one 0-13 --SS CARROLL VICTORY j Ghent. Philen Shipping Co.. (Am.) Houston to load general 6-28--SS DICK LYKES cargo for Baltimore and New York. Antwerp to load general Philen Shipping Co., agents fl-15~SS STEVEN P. AUSTIN (Am.) Stockholm to load general cargo, Lollier nnd Co., agents. 0-15--MS DANAHOLM (Swed.) Houston to load general cargo for Scandinavian ports. Agents, Fowler and McVitic, J. E. Eidman, 6-15--SS LOS ANGELES (Pan.) LeHavre to load crude oil. Philen Shipping Co., agents, 6-24--SS CAPE PEAR (Am.) Tampico to load general cargo for Scandinavian ports. Agents, Fow- lor and McVitie, J. E. Eidman. (Am.) cargo. that meal they're hungry again for the next. PRINTING BISHOP'S PRINT SHOP joto RlJfriNiji smvitr 6-7- pan, Mex., with bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co.., agents. 6-7--MV MAYSTAR (Br.) Puerto Mexico with pineapples. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. G.-7--MV KRAGEHOLM (Swed.) Houston to load for Scandinavian ports. · Agents, Fowler and McVite. J. E. Eidman. 6-7--EUZKERA (Br.) Puerto Mexico with bananas. P o r t , Brownsville SS Agency, agents. G-7--MV HIBOU (Hond.) Puerto Mexico to load pineapples. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 0-0--MV AMAPALA (Can.) Nautla, Mex,, with bananas. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 0-10--SS HALIFAX (Br.) Puerto Mexico with bananas. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 6«10--MV MAYMERE (Br.) Puerto Mexico with pineapples. Port Brownsville SS Agency, agents. 6,10--MV CHARLES A. Mac- LEAN (Br.) Puerto Mexico with bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. 6-11--MV PATRICIA SWEENEY (Br.) Alvaro Obregon with bananas. McCarty and Massey Shipping Co., agents. getting famous, sweetheart It took 20 year* to perfect the dellcloui blending of flavor and nourishment . . , now, new Corn-Soya i» catching on fast. It'* toasty, tempting, »tays crisp In milk, Get some today. Sally CORN for flavor and ·ntrgy Sammy SOYA for body-bulldlng profe/ns THF GREATEST NAME IN CEREALS Wednesday U Perez Casuals Day at The Vogue /"* Lnsp Linen-Like 'Rayon It's such wonderful fabric for a button front dress . . . three bound pockets, forge white but- tom . . . meticulous m every detent. Wear it now and for months to come for thot coo! crisp look. 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