The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 4, 1947 · Page 15
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The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas · Page 15

Brownsville, Texas
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Wednesday, June 4, 1947
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Survey Reveals Retail Sales Hike In Valley Area; Buying Ineqme Down WESLACO, June 4--A compilation of r e t a i l sales data as reported by "Snles M a n n K e m c n t " for May, 1947. roflec'-s increases in population in all Lower Rio Grande Valley counties, a $27,115,000 increase in retail Kales, but a decrease of approximately $10.000,000 fin effective buyinp income. The "Snle/; Miinasetnent" f i R - urr.s as romplled by I ho Lower TMft Grande- V a l l e y Chamber of Commerce, show an Inrrmifie of r^,200 families over (he May, 1045, i i r u r e of 4R.7CO famille.s. Total rsMmatcri population in Cameron, HicialRo, S t a r r nnrt Wlllaoy counties was 224.200 as e.omparod with 200.800 vear rum. The "Snlew Mannijr-mem" rrwwl H s l i g h t incroH.sp In pnrcontnKP of t h r nation's total population but r f i r n p in pprcrrHnrco of tho fltnto t o t a l . R c h n l salu.s In d u l h i r v n h i o m- r n - n s f / d from 774.rMl.nOP in 1041). to Rl02.0!ifl,00( in 1IMH. Tho HI-MI!- f-s? increast-K c n m r in tho 'food' niul 'KiMWal merchandise' uroilpK --both showed an mcrwisf of more t h a n f i v e m i l l i o n s - - J U K I \nir, f l u t e s inrn-ahorl from $.'5,037,000 to $V 0-17 000, t h f r o m p l l i i l l n n shows. 'I'ho r f l c c t i v t ! b u y i n g income of 194fi, in both gross dollars and net dollBrn. f n i l o d to mrct tho 1045 ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS MOTOR REPAIRS ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES ~ SJ511S -- WnNCF.HljAO FEREZ At the PEREZ ELECTRIC COMPANY f»03 E. Madison Ph. f»H-IVl figures. Gross dollars dropped from $100,230,000 to $180,305,000 and a flftcrouse of approximately $8,000,000 was shown in the net dollar total for 1940. In turn, the average effective buying income per family in the Valley dropped from $3,022 a year to $2,673. Oroafi farm dollars decreased from $131,304,000 to $117,255,000, the report showed; in percentage figures the Valley showed a d r o p ; In both the wtalo and national, columns, ' Legion Plans Rites For Henry Carscadin j 1 ! Members of thfl American i ·region, John Hanson Post have j been requested by Commander \ Hoy Brooltfttta to report to the I.OBion Hall at 4:30 p.m. today in order to ornnnteo the group taking pnrl; in tho military f u n e r a l ; for Honry L. Onrscudln. i i Oawsadin, n. member of the; Brownsville* powt, (lied ni'iddeiily i yoHtorday at about 7 a.m., at the 1 BrownHVlllo Yncmt basin. He is survived by his wife, one d a u g h - j i tor, Mrs. Juno Orixell, and by one; ' s o n , Jack, in the u. S. Marine! ' Corps. Sorvloea will be conducted ; at B p.m. today at the Hinkley Mortuary with burial at tho Buena Burial Park. The same picture is painted by the compilation covering the cities of Brownsville, Harlingen and Mc- Allfm. Increases were shown in population, families and retail and Court Records DISTRICT COURT SulU Filed TRANSFERS a n f i Lloyd Parker Company ix-vYir" j(JHh« wholesale sales, but drops again ; and J. L. Parker to Kathleen occurred in tho effective buyin^J^^^^.M^BJook^lT. income ligurofi, Groves subdivision, 4.35 acres. Copies of the compilation are! H e n r v M . rind Maura V. Smith available at the Lower Rio Grande : , 0 Ei ^ y tt |. eSi · trustee, Lot 120, Valley Clmmboi 1 of Commerce, -one ( Block Q Alfcft viB(fl ac iciibion to I Brownsville, T A ·_! 1 San Mi'Mn ol1 Company to 10 Ald;.vrellle Esperson, all of real estate \r 11 ~«* |ft"d lands in Cameron County Jn- Valley : c i u ded within patent No. 324 issued . Ho Gatewood Newbarry, assignee WESLACO, June 4-- R, U W i r t z j b y fche S j /Flte of Texas under Cer- of the San Antonio office of the ' u f i c a t D No. SP 10294-- May 3, 1937, Office of the Housing Expediter Wiley D, Bennett, Jr., and Marie wui be in the VaHcy, Thu^ay June 12, for the purpose of aiding John nnrf Lenom Hen dc.rson commercial builders in obtaining yancoy to First, Baptist Church * The longest sfcrotch of railroad track without a curve in the Unltfifl etafcas IB 7B.flfi miles between Wilmington and Hamlet, N. O. THI HOUSE of HEARING imiifT PERMANENT QFTO* mi's U Jackson Harllntcn Phone Hiirlliitrcn 109* ! building permit?. Resident/In! building will not be discussed, WirtB announced, but anyone with problems concerning (3ommercial building are welcome. The conferences will be held in the ^ off lews of the Valley Chamber of Commerce, ont mile east of WesJaoo. Other totes scheduled for conference lire: Jun* 38. Ju ty 17 Aug. 7 and 28, flupt, 18, Oct. 0 and 30, Nov. 30, and P«c. 11. Wirtz paid, at 'BrownsvtYIc, aft oT Lot 33, Brownsville Land and Improvement Company's subdivision, except 82 feet of said v lot wlS"h was conveyed by H. H.'and Mai B, Banker to Berry B. Putegnat. Thomas H. Sweeney to Felix Saerws, Lot 3, Block 44A, Brownsville. R. M. Borchardt to I. W. Da vies, Town Lots 8 and 9, Block 13, original townsite of Combes, Jose Martin to Santos L. Guzman, Lot 3, Block 1, Fourth addition to Son Benito. Paul Carruth to Robert E. Herwick, Lot 21, Block 1, Austin Acres addition to Harlingen. A. L. and Mary Ann Matteson to B. B. Carnce, Form Blocks 10 nnd 17, HcJgeson subdivision in Ln Feria grant. Earl and Emmfl P. Rodkey and W. L. Hawkins to E. B. Roberts, Jr., 20 acres in Block 51, Monte Grande subdivision, Unit No. 1. Lee Hawkins, Ida Bella Hawkins and W. L. Hawkins to E. B. Roberts, Jr., North 10 ncres of Block 415, Monte Grande subdivision, 'Unit No. 1. P. V. and Katherine Blesse to Mrs. Jennie G. Fluto, Farm Block 20, Ell Jardin subdivision, Share 28, Espiritu Banto grant. J. F. and Bjorg E. x DeLonp; to ^nej^ay, June 4, 194T THE BROWXSVIJt/LE Edward A. Albright and Mae V. Albright, tract of land out of a.nd a port of Tract 20, Share 19, Bs- piritu Sa.n to grant. Francos L. Walton to Robert C. and Barbara, A. Hughley, parts of Lots 1 and 2, and all of Lot 3, Block 3, Colonia Mexican addition to Brownsville. W. M. nnd Doris Jusnita Stone to Ralph C. Stone, undivided half interest hi Lots 12, 13 and 12, Block 21, original townsite of San Benito. MARRIAGE LICENSES Celso Gutierrez find Cntalino Curmaz. Aaron B. Springer nnd Jessie Lee Jackson. Karl J. Schneider and * Evelyn Louise Springer. Y O U N G ' S REFRIGERATION S E R V I C E For a complete line of Refrigerator Service Phone 1849 Arturo Carrion and Cstalin*, Zamora. Wilhnm Odus Watson and Bettylou Williams. Pablo Diaz and Elodia, Trevino. Agiifitis Campos and Luclndn Cuellar, Lnuro E. Trevino and Carolina R. Garcia. The two were arrasttd May 13 I at a. hotel hare ««ven hours aft-e* I t h e slaying of W. W. McClellan* 00, of Calista, near here. TWO WILL HANG KINGMAN, Kans,, June 4 -- Cecil Tale, 22, of Jncksonville, Texas, and George Gumtow. 21, of Battle Creek, Mich., were under sentence to be hanged here after pleading guilty to the murder of a grain elevator operator who hud befriended them, District Judge Clark Wallace set the date of execution for July 20. i One of the moon's craUn Is a* larg« as Rhode Islrmd. Gas on Stomach Relieved in S minute* or doi-W* y«wr nowwy beck When fixw«8ntomiu!ji *r.\A C«J»M Oftinftil. ndToc»t- ln« «ofi, sour RioruActi and hf*rtlurn. doct^ri usuxllj pm-jrrtuf! Mm r/wt«Bt-Actiiu: mrnidnea kno'«rn foi «-f--roMlcInf« \tttn UIOM Jn B«l!-6,cii «omtort IB i if youreNERVOUS RTAIN D/lYrirfHfntti I 0« 'CERTAIN If function*! monthly disturbance. caufic you to suffer nervous tension-at such tlmcR-- this Rrcixt medlolne Is famous to relieve uuch nymptoms. QUALITY' MORE THAN JUST A WORD STAR TIRES Hicks Rubber Co. rhone 18 828 Elisabeth ESTIMATB$ GUARD TOTAL SAN ANTONIO, June 4 -- {/P)~The Ground National Guard personnel "for the five *tafc0» comprising the Fourth Army area wil! total 16,730 and the Air National Guard personnel will total l,16 r . for t)m first quarter of the fiscft the Fourth Army estimates Texas forces: Ground Nationa' GUard 4,318; Air National Guard 338. C A T A L O G O F F I C E Anniversary Specials O R D E R T H E S E S P E C I A L C A T A L O G V A L U E S B Y P H O N E O ' R I N P E R S O N O N T H U R S D A Y , F R I D A Y A N D S A T U R D A Y ! Women's TciHerJiaH PAJAMAS $3.97 Assorted Checks in Rayon and Cotton fabric. Cornfortnblo cut for /it, well tailored for vwir. Trousers ah I., 41 in, long, Hand wash, 32 KH 3223--J3ust: 34,36,38, 40 iau 80 SQ. PINNACLE PRINTS Yd 45e Our finest quality Cotton Percale. Extr* close, firm weave gives long wear. Ideal for drr.Hso», blouses. \X 7 nshfafit colors, . Width 35 iu. 16 Y 13 Assorted Pattern*. Yd, 45o V N~~:?2 COOT SUMMER SANDAL Only 1,99 Favorite Barefoot Sandal in'White Smooth Leather, IM-in. heels, leather soles. Width C in W h o l e S i z e s ; 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8. 23 Y 904--White Smooth Leather, 1.99 BOYS' SH5RT 98c; OVERALLS $1.88 Cotton Shirt, Blue-Maize; Maize- Gray;. Tan-Brown, 10-16 33 C 703 --98c oa. 2 for $1.90. Overalls, 8-0ji. B l u e Denim. Even Sizes. 6-16. 33 L 2700--$1.88 ea. 2 for $3.57. Telephone 700 1268 Elizabeth J^ Mr jHl Li t ^ ·»·- 'VX^TV*"-^ F a t h e r ' s D a y I s J u n e 15th Sunday, June 15th, is Father's BIG Day! Remember him with a suitable gift. No gift could be more suitable than a coup!* of good shirts. Anthony's N o f a d « Shirt $oles were famous for many years before the war. During the war and the period of shortages It wos necewory to discontinue the sole. Now supplies ore increased oflain, quality is bock up to standard and we ore happy to resume our FAMOUS NOFADE SHIRT SALE, with literally thousands of these better quality shirts . . . every FRESH AND NEW . . . an outstanding valuaT S H I R T to assure these Wonderful Prices! Several weeks of buying effort and planning went into the preparations for this event. Fabrics were PERSONALLY SELECTED by our shirt buyers and the Nofada shirt-makers made them up into these distinctly BETTER shirts. You'll find them superior in every way . . . .every thread is Sanforized shrunk. . . . All colors woven and vat dyed against fading! , . . Genuine ocean pearl buttons! Look at the Choice of Fabrics! m White combed broadcloth . . . woven broadcloth I · Snowy white oxford cloth, button down collars! · End-and-End Woven Chambray! . . . Sports novelties! Collar styles are regular, button-down or wide spread. They are used for smart neatness. Compare these shirts with other shirts at higher prices. Collar sizes 14 to 17; sleeves 32 to 35. Sport fyp« tMrH wiHi femf »f thorf tleeves; 2-way collor*. Rayon gabardines or Uiona r Q y o n WCOVMU Whit*, colors. 2 for $700 LOOK!-PRmTS!-WHITES!~~SOLIDS! Best Shirt Buy In Town! D r e s s S t y l e s O r S p o r t T y p e s Printed shirts are tightly woven, smooth textured in vat dyed patterns absolutely colorfast. Broadcloths, o x f o r d cloths, rayons ' and gabardines. Dress or sport styles. All 'fabrics sanforized shrunk. A wonderful buy if you ever saw onel ^ far 5.50 S e e O u r W i n d o w D i s p l a y s F e a t u r i n g T h e s e S h i r t s A F E A T U R E V A L U E ! - D O N ' T MISS THIS The ALL-IN-ONE SHIRT! Twin Sport" -- A "T" Shirt or Sport Shirt " A super deluxe sport shirt that Is to shirts what the convertible is to automobiles. In fact it is a convertible model . . . can be a dressy sport shirt or on open neck T-type shirt. Famous "sparkle-weave" fabric in natural or tan with contrasting trim. ^ for $.00 BROWNSVILLE the Anthony Way

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