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Wednesday, June 4, 1947
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Policy Toward Argentina ges; BY AT' N'OHMAN CAlMGNAN New Analyst I won favor for the time over the other. r "i* i 11 fc^i i. " ·»*·**·,» -. * i «rf w» «v« § · , , i r r , i « r - , f f ^ nnd M-i'cn- ! Now tne question a rises again. - united fcutes and ^^ ^ nQ c]oar indicntion yct art- yoint; to b? friends again, w h f t t p res | dent Truman and Sec- fa iv.. , ; ust how f r i e n d l y ? This 5s tho that r e - j c l d e . ! relary of State Marshall will de- Texas Joins Move To Restrict Labor Unions With Laws AUSTIN, June 4 -- WP)-- Texas has fallen in 3tep with the national march' toward restrictive Wednesday, June 4, IfMT THK HERALD I i l i a J.S U u: v . j i i c . ' n v n ^ i . t « v . »· | ......w. , , , TM , n t in tho uiai'P of Those who have been clamoring mams j-.aruinount in the wake o ^ ^ ^^ ln Al , gcntlnc d President. Truman s putchiiiK up j poHcy socm ftlKO to be a( i v oca- ' , GQV of 17 S. c'.lUm-nces with the P e r - , ting a closc^ working relationship f ' on K ovm,n,e,u yesterday. _ | bolwoenJhc two »untHo S -tene^ Ux labor legislation. Texas' 50th Legislature has series of new labor laws Beauford H. Jester has ...^ them over the strong protests of union leaders. of on 'roubles centered lm r on Argentina express n;nvs; -m^ i. ».w~...~ - A r g e n t i n e efforti. to clean house · |' vfttclv t n u t Jt - tnis happens their--spent more time, debate, animosity oT N°.' : 'i 'ii^luences there. · . ·* · · · «·- · -- »·- A,.~ OT-I/-J nffn-ri-c nn inhrvr tlin.n on any oT N:rzi ;nfluences there j countrles w i n bo forced into Arg- Thc W h i t e House Indlcatec in j cn( . |nft , s o r b l l i Tncy sfty tnat U p n y.atemcni it is satisfied - w i t h ; tQ nQW t h e y h f t y e been depend . A r g e n t i n a ' s pr-nonmince but wants Qn ^ Q supporfc to ward off to tall: -t over with the Latin- to tall: :t over with me i.aun- ^ possibilityi American {governments before sa - , gome A m e r i c a n officials, mean- in'i 5:0 publicly. while, are pressing strongly a Diplomats say it Is a cinch that , f r | c n d l y b u t " S t a nd-offlsh" type whtn the formalities are over this { - t o w n r d Argentina. p a r t i c u l a r U. S.-Arf.entlne pro- H ,. ; ..,r. blem will have been removed. 17 1* j What they are concerned about jJLarge V^FOUp JUlllSU* now arc- »-» C a «. r { r , ck In Atrnv 1. The long-range U. S, policy JT Or OerVlCe J.I1 .r-Vi my toward Argentina. Nearly every town in the Valley 2 The 'fundamental American j f r o m RI O Grande City to Browns- policy toward all the Latin-Amer- ! v m (l was represented by tho 23 i. . ' ._*..i n ,, x r r . i i TM . mmi u p t i h fn Snn AntOlllO The Texas house and senate npent more time, debate, animosity and efforts on labor than on any other single Issue. The resulting bills parallel the pending national legislation in some respects. Action Complete Action has already been completed on eight restrictions. The ninth---a ban on secondary strikes, boycotts and picketing--needs only Jester's signature. Another important labor measure has not yet been approved by the legislature despite repeated requests from the Governor. This is Rep. George Nokes' Texas Labor Relations Act, which Jester has advocated .as a middle-of-the-road conciliation measure and which l o n pnimtrlpq Vallev men sent to San Antonio coucumwwu mcnou*^ «..« "·--- EoU u i ' i tocher bconuw i ffiiy* to enllStmcnt In the U. S. I. the only bin not oonridered t h e v "ctm t,, be ircnrrcnt. ; H P(! uliir Army. They hurt made punitive to abpr loadois. ^ : LS;,rssr;/r cs .rsr,, :nsv,,r ,ss| £=»¥·= a £ ^·v^^r«^^^*^stt^*'z SlS - ship in a labor union." (21 Prohibit mass picketing. It defines mass picketing as two or more pickets placed within 50 feet of each other or at any gate of a struck plant. (3) Prohibit the picketing of public utilities with Intention of disrupting service to the public. The utllties are limited to water, gas and electricity. (4) Prohibit the check-off system. It provides that no employer shall withhold union dues from a member's pay check without i consent of the employee. Prohibit strikes against the J f l ^ J 4-\l t 1 I ^ 4 * . » » . M « M - » » . " - . - -- - Una will go out of office shortly a n d ' almost simultaneously. They have Ion?: been on mere official spenkins terms because of their clashes 'over Argentine policy. These clashes, while .involving .some element of divergent personalities, really represent a collision of f u n d a m e n t a l lileas on U S Latin-American poUcy. Oversimplified, the problem IH; lions came from Pharr, followed closely by towns In the Rio Grande City area, the Brownsville office of the U. S. Recruiting Service reported. Major William Curry, in charge of the Valley offices, said the excessive rush of enlistments at this time is attributed to the fact that, all Valley high schools closed the term within the past few days. 'S'^IKbo? ponov l '"e". 'Sfi Commission Appoints X ^J^r^ho^fr iEqualization _ Board r i r ^ W b a d nelphbon;? i HARLINGEN, Juno Should thi- United stntofi m a i n - j citv oommissioners, at a _ _ icr-Anu-rican u n i t y " at all last night, named a new tax, lts llfcical sub . r r j ,r, or nlav cU;wn Milr. unltv j n q u n l l K n t l o n board Members a e ^ |0 ° fii It * fllso yjana public em- when the s i t u a t i o n warrants? ; Larry Powcrr \ ", nclr|1 ^ v divi'km ployes from entering into labor M^sM-r.smlth is K C M H - r n i l y das- ; members ol the ^'^ v dlvi^on · ^ nullifies any- such -s,.isr..sirB^rt, ^ i w ?^^^^^^^ ^ t «, -: ^ss Vtrs-i: ^ jjsss±- ^^|-1 ^^^^ sr$ CaJTJr( IS l l l l H U V i » t . u n ^" ·" · i : ,,,,,,.« , i . . r v i n r l t'Prr- 1 U J IVitlJtL: i i i n u u o » » , . j j ^ w . . « . . » . - - n m s " " it n c c r p t n n c e by the Lat-; Scotty Newmr.n woie mimed I C B , Hing fj . om p i c k o tln B fnT or" priiu-lnlrs this country ! u l n r momb|.rs of he pe^ml aarna; ^ ^^ ^ deem, rssniitlM: i ^ l ^ ^ vi ^\^"nd P hll S, Dlcketing or strike is held to be a DnrinK t h e past five years thorc , art. Ha old Myei.s and I nil t,ait, ^^^ Qf confcrftct by a COU rt of ave been four revensals of policy »L^ rn . L ' -._. ---.-,,-^ Tif - TT ^r competent jurisdiction." . , , _ _ «^ ^.,^ uohnni pLANK AIHS MANIIUN t ^) nnc | (g) Make labor responsi- VERNON, June 4 --l/f')~ Auth- j blc for n n y act constituting a rities yesterday put an airplane; cons pi rnc y 'in restraint of trade, * _ _ . . ! . . . . . . . « ...t i r.i trt n 1 I _ i _ _ _ . . l v n . « t ^ i ^ t - f n 1l%Tr1o1 1 I'llP C\ IV 1 I Valley Club Students pictured above is the Rio Grande Valley Club of Marg-ery Hcrringrlon, San Bcnilo, secretary; Mar ff - Abilenc Christian College, Abilene. Members are, cry Demic, Harling-en; Joyce Owens, Harlinffcn; left to rlglit first row: F. H. Coronado, Harlin- Beverly Elliott, Brownsville, and Lila McNabb, San gen« Earl lierringlon, Harlingcn; Phillip Pente- Benito, Seven other members of the club arc not cost, president, Harlingen; John Rushing, San Benito; Glenn O'Neal, Hairlingcn, jvice-president; shown. Jive Talking Teacher Gives With The Lowdotun For Wolves 1 BY HAL BOYLE OKLAHOMA CITY, June 4--(/P) --What fun is it to be whistled at if the whistlers aren't worth a hoot? That's what a number of Oklahoma High School girls wrote in to ask I Miss Maxine Turner, state nutritionist, after she told them Green and yellow vegetables- one serving a day. Citrus fruits--one serving 1 a day City To Clarify HARLINGEN, June 4 -- Clar- Potatoes and other fruits and jfj c a ti O n of Harlingen commission| vegetables-two or three servings · ^ p]ang r e g a r d l n g n n n e x n t l o n O f · a day. Milk and milk quart daily. n U U l l / l U U J t t l / , nLWl O I J U 1"^" « * * » . . , * . o o i M r J n f T O rln 1v In a frank booklet that the best Lw ^ r ,, se1i :' ln ,.?'!,. dal ' ' products-one Meal., fish, eggs and poum-y- Whole grain or enriched bread and cereals--three servings dally. wnv fn hppomo a "whistle 1ob Was vvnum B "i^' "· nn^^ , ,; · w w u i m i o ^ j v « i v . i o vui«,« ,,^ 4 1 i «.^^ww J ^ . r S o i ^ n -nin^v r h n ^ i s " M cereals--three servings dally. Mayor R. J. KrocRcr and City T n i5?i, mn nln nod t h n t Uio Butt ' 01 ' or ^'""cd margarine- Attorney Karl Gibbon to make The KirlvS comnininca vnai uio ., , . . .,..,,.. . ... ·' . ,, ,, ,. .. to tho city were ordered I revealed to the public, at a meeting of the governing body held hast night. Commissioners voted to instruct R. J, KrooR'or and City J. 11 0 j ? l l l n % ^ ^ y * A » ^ r i » - l ^ * 4 » - » * - * \" · ··-' V mrr - -^ quality of "nice wolves" was r,o inr) ' eo spoonfi dally. public plans ' for the annexation, r t i l n l l l v nf "mPP W O 1 V P K Wa.S liU '"·'- 1 - v . . ~ . , . . . | - ^ - , ^ L I U J J ^ j ^ . n . , ; i^,. u . . v - ,,,....«,,,.. ..-^.., Sur u w n i hardlv wort h U e ' T1 TM booklet also advised boys prop osod in a charter amendment low it was haidiy wo h UK. no skin "hickies" by L L, vn ,; pri nil sntnrdav. J^ft V P L/Vf I i I » v * v * * , ^ . , - - . toward Arcentlna as one school h-nnhin In d p v e l o n ' e v e anneal . howto clear up skin "hickies" by ^ 0 \^ c v o t e d on Saturday. ^'M^ TmS,°S, "!TMiva 5°.?i n «.,"'.°.^. 1/S: OUUJ 25 °"TM H " Un « B ° Mtl5 ' 01 ' brunette who follows her- n"/ ( advice, has prepared a booklet foi^- the Oklahoma State Department Hugh VflLLEY CONCRETE PIPE CO, Irrigation arid Drainage Pipe Delivery Anywher* in the V a l l e y BROWN S V I I . L K Phone 1852 McALLEN Phone 4U2 ( j w v v * . i . * u | « » w w , j --· -- -- - . r -- j-^, . . _ . _ _ . , \JL U l\^t J..i tl 1 1 1 J if.j \^i J A V X L i J W A J . L V 4 ( ^ * A down on sweets and using a mild Ramsey, W ] 10 Kiiggestod the action, *""" ""np. ' I n l s o asked commissioners to make broad shoulders^ and an ifc clcar j ust w n n t land is spec j» t ' 1 " 1 " "'" proposal. He pointed i l t h t e l ^ hips are certainly a i ? ! fied i n - the proposal. He pointed to be n Wr timeoperator.'" · ft^et," Miss Turner said ' but it ,. thn| . lf the l a n d js l c f t m talks in thoiTM own ve ta^» a f o w additional doo-dads L , , district, and owners U U K b J 1 X UI011 U \ \ l l J i v v . ,,,,.,,, M-in r l n l o c . . , , , . _ _ , . . . . . , _ i . talk« in heir language. s to snag the dates. . , w you . ro on i y slightly i - o p u l s e , l[.jniyl,y J U J J U I O I V l . , O 1 ./on can talk it over with the Green Handles bale ^TMto on it. i physical education tencher or the . . r» j. coach." she wrote. "They ....were (J|f Airport Property I probably young once, top. ^^ HARLINGEN, June 4 -- Dr. ... i have to pay both water district i a n d city taxes, it will dlscournge oritles yestercmy put uu IUM-""-'^ , conspiracy ^ *~ -i n t o Plav to capture a suspect. I r . uc j-, fl s boycotts under the civil Police' Chief Walter Buttle said nnd pena) anil-trust laws of Texas l.wo ncKro youths fled from a car , The NokeM' mediatlo" mc^ 0 which crashed while officers were ', now pond ng before ^e Joiwe. chaslnp It, anci fled into the field, j It would establish a dlvlfc on ot e "aid one of them, Earnest ; conciliation and TM*WTMJ n £* rMoo.1. 1=, wn« h n l i n c l when shot, i Bureau of . Labor btacisiicb tuiu proijll(jiy y u u i . B UM^^, w «. HARLINCrEN, June i -- LJT. ^naj.^^^ *.^n, u^,*,, -r -- » « / -- hn? B rh« Dl^s' older brother W l l - I provide for a cooling-off period, ..However, there are a few thingfi , M G , esn . who has f l g u r e d T he senate yesterday confirmed n i n«7nnnri ?n n whM t J lelcl ! voluntary in a labor dlsmitc af- GV ery guy can do to stay on the n . om1nenUy ,,, r 0 rmer Harlingen I the nomination of Rep. R. Ewinjs lie, s,\, eMCajjeci in n v»n-iii 4«i.^i. !j- n n ii n ( : , fi-ip nubile interest. l u « «.--, QnniT fnn-ic U K milk snakes. . . , ,-,1-1.1 _^^.i..iM n ., ^,-,-.^,1 nM,«.^----.-, , r~ n-^^-^ -« iir r, f o H _ THOMASON CONFIRMED WASHINGTON, June, 4 BONO-ID SUN GLASSES li.v Llo.vd» of ! , n i t ( l i ) i A new p n l r In raso of h r n n k a c e »i Dnrimrr DORFMAN'S Serving the Valley Since l!.)24 Browns villo BUILDS APARTMENT HOUSE MERCEDES, June 4--Construction of an apartment house for Mrs, Helen G. Fritz of this city is nearinp completion, Jacob Dossier, Mercedes, is the contradt- This is the seventh 'real estate i venture for Mrs. Fritz. every guy can do to stay on the n . ommen i ; iy j u former Harlingen! the nomination of Rep. R. Ewing beam. Such fcocls as milk shakes, A r m y All , vte\d. activities since, Thomason (D-Tcx) to be a fed- pastries, cakes, rich sauces, cream. ^ ' J:)ase wns declared surplus Grn ] district Judge for Western fat moats and candies are no-go , 31 . opor ty i i ms been named sales Texas, if you spcrt a plump rump. nmnager of property on the site., Tht nc t ion W as unamimous. "If you're a Slim Jim--anci you Hjs a p p o j n t m e n t was made by the Botn Tcxas Senators Connally can tell from the ""^f . 0 ^ i1m f» Harlingen Housing Authority. l a m j O 'DanJel, Democrats, who she slams that receivci down In Tota) CQRt of the buildings, pur- h n v e been afc odds on most f e d _ War Assets Ade]al O ppointmcnts for their state in recent, months, had expressed approval of the Thomason nom- House For Slash Of Soil Program DURHAM N. EL-June 4 --/P)-Secretary of Agriculture Anderson | accused the House of -betraying"! form and national interests in , trimming funds for the govern- \ ment's soil conservation program. He referred to action of tho House last week in ordering funds for the 1947 cut from $300,000,000 to $150,000,000 and in directing that the program be eliminated altogether next year. Saying that soil erosion now costs the nation more than ons billion dollars annually in soil losses, Anderson called the House action "false economy." The secretary said that due to wartime drain on the soil, there is a greater than normal need for conservation measures, Anderson said in a speech prepared for n New Hampshire conservation, week program. "You can readily see, then, why I believe that cutting the agricultural conservation practices program in half for this year, and wiping it out altogether next year, as the House of Representatives proposes, is n betrayal of agricultural and international interests," he added. _T Anderson said the House action is, moreover, a repudiation of a farm policy which "Congress--both parties of Congress--had previously adopted.' He said Congress last year authorized the department to proceed on the basis of a $300,000,000 program this year. "Now the House proposes to saw this program in half in 1947 and bury it in 1948--and .with it the Democratic farmer-committee system which in the last decade and a half ..has been one of agriculture's greatest assets." Anderson said the House action is a "calculated, deliberate killing of a valuable part of the conservation program. It is a trick that amuses few and is sure to hurt, directly or indirectly, everybody in the nation," Bugle Corps Meets Members of the American' Legion Drum and Bugle Corps, In a joint business-social meeting held at the Legion Hall last night, made plans for attending the state convention of the American Legion to be held at Fort Worth beginning June 29. The Corps will enter a competitive exhibition with other units over the state, with a goitl set for attending tho national convention, which will be held In New York during August. The corps winning the statewide contest will be awarded $500. and all expenses paid to the national convention, Walter Gardiner, manager said. FORMER RANGER DIES SAN ANTONIO, June 4 --(.3*.-Funeral services for Zollie Koffer Campbell, 72, former Texas Ranger and rancher, were held here today. He died yesterday. As a boy, Campbell went to Wyoming and worked for the Bar F 'Ranch and the Matador Ranch, one of the largest in West Texas. y o u r _ ear-yen^ need ? to eat mote. chased ftom of tho fattening foods. ministration was $200,195. Doctor basic food needs: Mlss_Turner listed as the seven GreGn snld lie expected to have prepared and released for publication a list showing the buildings purchased and price paid and the sales price within the next day or two. The Housing Authority has al- ination. MILD RECESSION SEEN WASHINGTON, JJime 4 -- (/J 5 )-The senate-house economic com- RINTIN BISHOP'S PRINT SHOP JOB PRINTIM. SF.RVKK W H E N THE MRS. turns your day o f f i n t o a rug-beating marathon . . . STOP and refresh yourself with cool, delicious FnlstafF. (Any woman who's such a good housekeeper is sure to keep Premium Quality FalstafF handy in the refrigerator!) "Let's Stop for Premium Quality FALSTAFFr Old-Timer's Favorite! keeps friends bccnune its flavor never lets them clown, It's brewed the same time-tested vvny... true to the same Premium Quality tradition. . . y e a r a f t e r ycnr. CAN'T BEAT THIS! In fact, no beer can even come close to that famous FaUtaff flavor. For only FalstarTis made with, thorobrtd ycdtt so fin* it's insured for $1,000,000,00. And, as experts agree, it's yeast that's so vital to beer flavor. Betttr flavor*- that must be why ao many folks STOP for Premium Quality FalstaffI X i l w 4 . A W L t O * l l ( 5 ^*.\-*ui.**-^j.* w^ *.·«·- - - - ^ . . ^ « ^ ^ _ , _ - - ,, _ _ . _ . ready agreed to recognize requestsjmitteo said yesterday that results from all non-profit organizations ' o f a survay of business men do sealtlng buildings at the airport: no ^ B j v e n n y " renl iSll pp 01 -t" to the ; and to sell six buildings to be: Uieory that the United States m n y j moved from the site. It has also b(3 n c r t r i n f V n depressJon. ' nBi'ccJd to sell four buildings and Tn n formal statement issued 'oLs to the Cameron County Tuber- by cj-m^.p^i-! Ta ^ ( (R-ohio), the ·julosls Association at ft *°^ C J?J;.committee said a majority of 583 ±. $ ^°° "^'^'"S^nvoCS 1 -rsons. who filled out Quastion- , ·ouvchasR of the land involved in ,ho deal. naires in a survey by Dun and Bradstrcet "anticipate a mild re- Cession In business this Fall." W R E C K E R S E R V I C E DAY · and - NIGHT 1664 Phone 356-R D. W. SIMPSON CO, Your Packard Dealer P E R F E C T N ^ / £$*""' iip!pW* ^/S^v^'V ^- -"- jw-f^'' If!^-^ ,,»·----···· · ·*· i K \ Perfect lines In a crisp sutn.mi;r cott?n by Junior Coed. Blue, red or green stripe » . . trimmed in self-niching at sleeves and waist. Sizes 9 to 15. 7.90 Sylvia's Shop 1245 Elizabeth LYPORD, June 4 -- Funeral services win'ij held Monday at LA.^iDon,, Oa., for Charles C. Martin, 50, who died at Cuthbert Sunday while on a visit. Martin had lived in the Valley for the past 18 years, during which most of that time - he was manager of the Farmers Cooperative Gin at Lyford-k Prior to u .hat time he was in business at Harlingen. Mrs. Martin left the Valley by plane Saturday after learning of her husband's illness. Other survivors include one son, Clarence several nieces, and a nephew, Cameron County Sheriff Boynton Fleming. BALLOT ON WAGES PORT WORTH, June 4--(/P)-Union employes of the Continent-, il Trail ways completed balloting yesterday on a tentative wage Agreement that if ratified will give my increases to 000 drivers, term- 'nal and shop employes. PLAN BETTER ROADS AUSTIN, June 4--(fl 3 )--Plans for 'mproving Grayson county roads are under way In the State Highway Department. i The Highway Commission directed its highway engineer to prepare -a plan for the develop' ment. of the county's roads. 4mr '·"- ''':' V^Z/J*£?t v ^i~ii;·? f rts^*$^ ^ _ '"^^/g^ ·^ ** Q^fowMMM C O P R . 1947, F A L S T A I - 1 - B R K W J N G C O R P O R A T I O N * ST. LOUIS · OMAHA ^ NEW O R L E A N S Cochin China, part of Indochina, Is about the size of West Virginia but has three times as many people. i'or Better Pood Eat At CHARRO KITCHENS Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Underwood Owners Specializing in lunches to go. 2235 Boca Chica Blvd. Open 6:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. CLOSED SATURDAYS Complete Optical Service Eyes Examined -- Lenses Duplicated -- 'Frames Repaired R. L. LACKNER Jeweler and Optometrist lllO Elizabeth Phono 644 BrownsvtHe If you're not too old to change your mind and go for something fresh and fast and new ... pull up at the next redjtz±5 pump . . . and fill up with Conoco ! For here's power hard to hold down . . , · iwswiff STARTS... CopyrigM 104 extra SMOOTH extra L-O-fsi-O in the new-day N-tane gasoline that's (i made for you , , . for NOW 1

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