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BROWNSVILLE HERALD CLASSIFIED RATES 3c per word 1 day 6c f per word 2 days 7c per word 15 day a 2c per word each addi- ditionaJ d a y . 15-word minimum. AD orders lot classified R f l v o r l l n H i o must bf K c c o m p u n i e d by cash In a d v a n c e if tht »dv«ruser docs not h a v e nn cHtnb- llnied crrrtlt u r c o u n t w i t h Tho domic] Th« n r o w n n v l t l o Herrtld will not bo reiponoible for nrrors In c l n n s l f l o d sds after the first Insertion and ftssumos no r«»ponitbllity above the cost of lulvortin- in* for tjrprograoiilcjil or other errors In «d». DBADUNK for clMslHod display In 6 9.m. preceding da* on wcekdaya. and 3:.»0 9 m. G*turd»7 for zJundny paper Lino elfcsilfled deadline la 0:30 *.m weekdays »nd 3:30 p.m. Saturday for Sunday. 2. Personals ALCOHOLICS A N O N Y M O U S Anyone who has an honest desire to stop drinking, contact Alcoholics Anonymous, P. O. Box 1121, Harlingon, Texas. 4. Special Notices JR. HILLINQER. foot spnclrtllst, Sftli Benlto K l K W f l y Cloned Wednesdays. B u n d a n by a p p o i n t m e n t . Phono 4V0- M 8*n Banlto. Cloned to n t t o n d con- rentlon Junn 4th to flth. Rio Ori.nrte UxUo No. II 4i. P At A.. W- ' Brownsville. Texna Called M e e t i n g J u n e 5 7:30 p.m. Work In M. M. DoKl'fle V i s i t i n g Mr«on« I n v l t o d m A t t e n d O. H. WoodH. W.M. A.M. Olson, Hfcr. NOTICE We will be closed June 6th to 12th AMERICAN BEAUTY SHOP 411 S. E. llth St, 9. Help Wanted Male ^ WANTED cxpVrlcncod bnicrr. A p p l y Vnn- nl« Tllden B a k e r y '/41I. K.^Ell/uhoth^ FALEflNTAN^Whoicsftlo drujf B U t u l r l c n , No car ncce»»»r'. B n l n r y and coinmls- glon. Olb»on Product*! Co. 1333 B. E. POSITION Vacancy with well (i.stnbll.shecl Valley concern oa supervisor of manufacturing nnct cllstribu- t'ori of household good«. Qualifications: Some knowledge or willlngnew to learn about merchandise concern. Ability to speak Spanish. Some experience in handling office or clerical details. Should have car. All applications kept confidential. Write Box 104 c-o Herald^ "OI r t I p1" Wan tcd^ 11. H e l p Wanted -MlsocllnncouB W A N T K H mon i\ml wonion to Rtucly lllx' Mnhooi til homo. Q i l i i l l f y for Uie bot tor ooinmorclitl. l i u l u s t r l n l and civ B o r v l c o no'iltlon.H b j B O t t l i i K n hln Rchocl o d u c a t l o n In fljuirc time. In r.liKlltm buolclcooplnK. Hhorthancl, typlu niicl nl!l(!l bu.'iliiesfl BtibJccts. D3sfcabllBh cd UiOV Thousfiiiclfl of a u o c o a a f u W r i t e tor frcn HO ptxu b u l l e t i n niul n.11 dotnlls A M M H I C . ' A N SCHOOL. Write Box 10 '.'t I i r o w n s v l l l o tlorald-lirownavlllc. r57"Scrvlccs Offered FOR G U N Kit AL Ilopiilrs 0:1 homes. Cnl J, W. (JopiMihavor. HBfl Morton SL I'lionc 403-.I. KUIIN~a Cllmutlxod Coinptoto Paint -- Brockmai Service. COMPLETE v u d l a t o r roDRlrlnK and rw .orlnK nncl now rocllator. Phon« V01 101B 8.11: Adnma. Vnlley Body an Putin flliop. MAINER LAWSON Moving Contractor Agent For RED ARROW FREIGHT LINES Operator Of Pago Transfer Co. Office and Warehouse in Fort Brown. FOR iitRTulnrd size concroto brick b u l I c K n K tllo at moderately low orloes BCO Hcott At Kollor nt Koller'a 8tor« B'/a riillea oant of Brownavill* on Boo Chlca Hluhway. 10. liuslness Servlceu SALINAS FURNITURE REPAIR AND PAINT SHOP Wo mnko furniture, chests, drcssera, tables, chairs, cabln- ots and desks. Refinish Venetian Blinds. 13th and Fllmore Brownsville, Texafl WASHING MACHINES FOR RENT Dclvercd to your home. Phone 741-R Or call at 241 E. Washington Hi. .Business Services CKS8" POOLS iirid septic tanks cleaned Phono 0000, IlarllnBon, Tox. 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 Marino Engines and Parts 1212 Washington St. ' Phone 1407 A JOE WITH A FUTURE Montgomery Ward has openings now for young men under 30 with some retail experience and at least high school education to train for retail ·xecutive positions--good salary and carefully supervised training program --. u n u s u a l opportunity for men interested in a job with a future. A p p l y to MR. B R A C K H A H N Manager of Montgomery Ward at Hurlingen, Tex. 10, Help Wanted Female WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES Ladies' Ready-To-Woar Department Salary and Commission « Apply: LANE'S 1204 E, Elizabeth VETERANS And all persons over 16 years of age eligible to take beauty culture. Beauty c u l t u r e pays transportation. Holtry's College Of Beauty Culture 302 E. Harrison - Phone 9534 Harllngen, Texas WANTED; Experienced s a i ei ' Tiui fcfi"~*Th c Prlllan. 1U1 a. E. Elizabeth. OIHL WANTED for .sew 1m: i n a c h i i i c . Must speak Spanish u n d K i i K l i M i . W h i t m a n ' s A r m y Storr. son F;. loth St.. ftcross the utrout, f r o m I'o.u 17. Materials I'Oft 8ALK---I'ronreso Lumber Co, bulld- liiKS und y a r d at I'roKrcHO, Texas, flcvtin mll'in H o u t h of V/owlaco, only l u m b e r y a r d on Old M i l i t a r y Highway between f , r o w i i f i v l l l o and Mission, An a t t r a c t i v e p r o p e r t y . In excellent con- d i t i o n , doinjt p r o f i t a b l e buslncBs. Ca.-.h or termn. Also a2-foot tralloi f l o a t , la-ver used. Addresn P. O. Box f»r,, Texnfi, or Phono Meroc- dofl flOO()-F3l. PRICKS R.EDUOED Delect Adobe Brick 4"xO"xI2" at now prlcoH. Coppurwcld Wall Tien. Call at home south of R. R. 2 Ml. of olmlto. HARRY ANDERSON Brown.svlllo 5000-J Olmito, Toxa« JUST RECEIVED Shipment of oak flooring, Price Is right. HEANER LUMBER CO. Opposite Court Houso phono 007 19. Household Furniture R K K I U G K R A T O H Xoi- ztalo. W a r r e n . I'hono 13C7. Inqulrt 17 20. Machinery CU'K. A n i t l o iron, Channels, Corrugated iron, filed nheotn, IJollor«, unKin^s, Beam, j i h u f t l n K . Machinery of all kinds and m i l l mippllo.i. C, A. Prudon, Vlo- lorla C i l n Co. ailiO Hth St. Drowns- ville. Tel f(M. 21, Musical and" Kadio 1'IANOS--1 .small n p r l K h t , 1 atandrtrd sl/.o u n r l c h t . a n t k i u o h a n d carved p i a n o , also 1 K l n c b a r i t o n e . Phone 22. Miscellaneous for Sale O K F I c E. bedroom and dlnlivi roor f u r n i t u r e for cale. Mrs. H. L. Yates Del VViill H o t e l . Miscellaneous for Stile DOUHLK docker b u n k s $fl.0() (sat) Whitman 1 * A r m y Store 020 l l t h Sti Aoro«s from m a r k e t . POlt 8ALE~2fl foot cabin cruiser, A-J condition, HEE Loo Baumreklor, H'od C a n s t n l n VardH, .Port FOR BALE--Lot of ISO O, Masler'H out- nlde w h i t e nr^lnt. R'caHonably priced. Call au 13 I B Elizabeth St. or Phono No. 43, City. IfMli FORDSON tractor, border, harrow, blade, bodder, planter, c u l t i v a t o r , vy, K, Pratt, 412 First National Bank Bid?, Phone 1070. SPECIAL! DEEPFREEZE HOME FREEZERS. $310.00 Delivered Brownsville These are large 9 cubic feet freezers. Only two available at this special price. OPA price $453.25. Valley Buick Company St. Charles at llth St. Eastman 8 MM Movie Camera F 1.0 Lens F 2.5 Telescope Lens-Light Meter. Complete with case . , $150 Binoculars--8 Power Busch $50 AccorcUan--12 Bas.s $05 Record Changer -- Wilcox bay Cabinet Model $26 Tire-Tube-Wheel 600x16 for Ford $15 Antique Rosewood Bedroom set. Grape design, Low headboard $1250 .Scott-Custom built-23 tube radio $195 W. B. PRATT 1315 NW Washington Tel. 1123-J 28, Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY PvED TOMATOES FOR CANNING OLMITO CANNING CO OLMITO, TEXAS 39. Real Estate for Sale FOR SALE Nice five- room homo in West Brownsville. New roof and In good condition. Immediate possession, Apartment house near business district. Completely refln- Ished. A good buy. Two new homes ready for occupancy. Todd Stobaugh 407 Eleventh St. Phone 183 5-Eoom House Now Vacant Best, buy in town is in. ' CENTRAL PARK Completely Modern PHA fc GI Approved Mrs. H. L. Oarscadin Phone 1347 or 1543-M 1557 Franklin FOR SALE Nice 5 room home in Rlvnrslde. Noarl new. Prico reduced to $C600. Can h sold to anybody, and terms can b arranged. A bargain. Immediate FosBOSsion. ADREAN CO.' Pan American Bldg. Phone 243 FOR SALE Several good tourist locations on Highway. See ua for lots. camp MONSEES SON Pan American Bldg. Phone 316 SPECIAL 5 room frame home and two garage apartments. Completely furnished. To be sold as one unit, Home reflnished throughout, Reasonably priced. 5 room house to be moved. In oxcellent condition, P r i c e $3,000, COLGIN BECHDEL Phones; Office 157 or 63 Residence 005-J 18 Maltby Bldg. WANTED--I041 Buick In wood condition. Will buy old moclol oivrs. Phono 10B1- n. FOR SALE Wo havo now nnd nearly .now homes for sale and wo also h n v o homes especially for G.I.'fl. Son Micso homos before you buy. Priced $8500,00 and UP. ADREAN to CO, Pan American Blclg. Phono 243 40. Lots for Sale 20, -- Cats-- rets KEClISTEK-ED Colllo pupa. Woanod. your KonenUlon pedigrees. Snblo and white. $60. R u f u s Kemp, Inglesldo, Texas 31. Poultry---Eggs--Chicks FOR SALE; White Wyandotto fryers, Phono 601B-F22. 32. Apartments for 'Rent FOR/ RENT: 2 bedroom f u r n i s h e d n p u r t - mont. Now f u r n i t u r e . Kltchon facilities. Phono OVG-J LARGE LOTS North MrownnvlllB Subdivision. Block north of Boca Chlca I-llnhway. Clas, wntor, elootrJolty, gravel roadn. City bu« service. Convenient to Water .Port and Airport omployeon. Priced $046.00 up. Terms $216.00 down, Balance $10.05 per month. THOS. P. BENSON Co. 1212 SE Wnshlnsrton Phono 1407 ONK 3 ROOM apartment, furnlnhed. Couple, no children. 1603 SG Jofforson, 33. Rooms for Rent 3EDROOM with SE exposure. Phone, 11D8-J. 60 SE Elizabeth St. CLEAN MODERN ROOMS Overlooking the Rio Grande at THE YORK "The Hotel Nearest the Border" Rates by Day or Week 1321 E. Lovee Brownsville, Texas 84. HOUNCS for Rent 'OH nENT: PurnlBhoO homo In LOB Phone 01. 35. Wanted to Rout AMILY doulran f u r n i s h e d houno or . 2 bedroom n p a r t m t m t f r o m J u n o 10 to AUBiist 15. Excellent references. Wrlto Box JOB % Herald. AA pilot und wife, no children, cloalra a bedroom houao, PurrUshcd or unfurnished. Phono 14IU-J. VANTED--Furnished two bedroom housn or apartment for four Pixn A m u r i c a n pilots. Will ti\ko oxcollont care of property. Write Box 102ft Herald. 30. Holmes for Sale ROOM houso and B noroa. Cloiio in on pftvomont. 2123 14th St, Webster invoatment. 4-ROOM houso. 77 ft. lot. 22nd and SouthmoNt, $2500, Part cash, balance onsy. Dr. W. A. Jones, Phone 1230. ONM 2-roorn, liouno on bun line. Webfltfir Invontmont. 2123 Hth St. OR BAIJlii: Guoat houno to b» inovo\1 from property. One room, olosot and bath. ?1DOO. 066 W. J o f f o r o o n fit. OH; HALEJ by ownor: Nloo 6 room homo, IVa story. 2 uorohoB. Will Bell with f u r n i t u r e for $OfiOO.OO or without for 10200,00. Immediate poasosNlon , Onn be noon fit 1734 ,W. Adams. 'OR SALE: Modern 3 bedroom hou««, Hollow tllfl conatruotion. Good neighborhood. Owor. Phone 7in-W, . Business Property MUST SELL duo to bad health. Complete K u n i R o nnct paint eciulbmont. Also rtood location for rent, See Jack at llouohor Motor Co,, Lo» Pro/moB and Boca Chica Hwy .Tntornootlon. Or Cull ino7. FOR SALE: One ncro tracts on pavement Webster Investments. 2133 14th St, Phono 638. * 43. Acroaifo for Sale FOR SALK 20 Rcres on 14th Stroet, U, O'KfCRle, Phon« 1121. 841 5. K. Elizabeth St. Acreatto for Ront FOR RENT: 250 acres just plowed for seed or feed crop. Stevens. Phono 002-J 1245 Elizabeth St. 46, Financial anil Loans PAWNBROKERS LOANS On Anything Of Value 2123 14TH ST, 40, UN«(! Autos for condition. Phono 102, O l d n m n b l l o Hticlim in «ond 1602 Sixn Bonilo 50. Used Trucks for Sale Brownsville Motor Co. 1222 Washington St.. Phone 427 Clirysler - Plymouth Diamond T Trucks FOR SALE--1037 I'/a truck. $000. Call T-1G. ton QMC panel 1001-M. Alrbaso FOR SALBJ--1041 Chevrolet !'/» ton d u m p t r u n k , Can Hen at G a t e w a y BrJdire, or phono 1001-11, ,Tnne 4, 1D47 THE BROWNSVILLE HERALD Page Juvenile Delinquency: Nation-Wide Study Shows Its Breeding Place Is In The ±J ,,,. .......·..^·^MMMMM^^lMOTWflllMMMtiftl EDITOR'S NOTE: Juvenile delinquency, which multiplied in war, remains'a shameful blot on America's peacetime way of life. Is euro, or prevention, the answer? This is Hie second of three dispatches that show you, from a nation-wide perspective,- the background of juvenile crime and what sympathetic authorities are doing: to combat it. 1 By S. BURTON HEATH NEA Stuff Correspondent NEW YORK, (NEA)--Most juvenile delinquents are started wrong before they begin going to kindergarten. Most juvenile delinquency is born and nourished in the home. Experts In the field are anxious that this Tact should not be mis-* understood, or unsound conclusions drawn from it. They do not believe that most- parents nre vicious, or even knowingly careless in bringing up their children. 'They do believe that to bung parents into court and f i n e or Jail them, 1'or their children's acts, is both useless and actually harmful. They do not feel that slums or poverty or shortage of educational and recreational facilities necessarily breed delinquency. They do feel sure that, the removal of slums, the lightening of poverty the provisions of more and better schools, paries, play,grounds social facilities would save many who now go wrong. They do not believe that any child is hopelessly .lost or permanently saved by the time it starts school, They know that bad tendencies m ho corrected or submerged by The Child-or the Parents? This 13-year-old boy is shown on trial for the killing of a 10-year-old girl. His defense: the mixed^m life .of his Parents, with whom he sits in court, Experts find the home is the most frequent factor that Bhow* up as cause for delinquent youth can be corrected good home or outside thereafter; conditions that sound tendencies can be encouraged, or destroyed, u n t i l n d u l t ' character has been firmly fixed--at which time the problem passes out of the juvenile f'.oJd anyway. But 1 laving these things In mind, '.he h o m o - is the most frequent facto.* found in those cases that arc studied *all the way through. This is illustrated and measured by the Department of Labor's Ohildron'D Bureau in the more than six-year St. Paul Experiment. Then* it was found that the homo, In one wny or other, had contributed to delinquency of 05 out of cjvery 100 children treated. "Personality deviations" --emotional Instability and immaturity, ncurotlcism, and the like--were factors in 7G out o f ' every 100 case's. Ana these, most often, were clue to tljcj absence of the right parent-child relationshlpp in preschool years and often afterward. Usually several factors were 'ound in each case. But economic nfluences appeared in only 36 out of every 100 ccucs. Low intellig- nce was blameo in oly 24 out of a hundred, health defects in only 22 and community influences in only 20. Experts are amused at the zeal of those who argue that where slums are eliminated no more chll- Iren will go wrong--if there were ample parks and playgrounds, de- inquency would be ended--if poverty were abolished all children voiild be good. The experts do not belittle such approaches. They Tieriily want It understood that ione 'of these, or all together, is )y no means a complete answer. Students of Spokane's North Dentral High 'School expressed a orcvailing young viewpoint when ;hey voted heavily that parents should bo punished If their chil- Ircn go wrong. But when Judge Mathcw Dls- crio of the New York Children's lourt sent a Puerto Rican-born nother to Jail, he found the air xll around him filled with angry lornets And the most angry were he best social workers In the ju- /enilfi field, Including his fellow udges. Judge Justine Wise Poller, daugh- ,er of the famed Rabbi Stephen Wise and herself a recognized au- thority in the field, summarized the views of those who criticize Judge Diserio: "Parents seldom are wilfully bad. More than often they ore just in- adequatrd They shouldn't be Jailed for that." California, tried a. school for the parents of delinquent children. The National Probation Association studies its working, and described it as a dismal failure. Some parents start their children off wrong because the parents themselves had bad starts. They set bad examples because they know no better, or because they have no self-restraint, or because they don't care, or because they had the child by accident and lack parental affection, or for any number of similar, over-lapping reasons. But many respectable, Intelligent parents do almost as bad a job by trying- too hard. They want their child to be perfect, and they push him to standards beyond the child's reach.' They force him to repress natural tendencies and boil inside until he breaks forth in crime, Or, on the other hand, they arc ,so anxious to let their child's personality develop without restraint that they let him run wild. When ne gets out into the school world ne fights discipline, ho has tantrums when he can't have his own way, he smashes things, he hits his' playmates and kicks his teachers, he lies and steals and be- comey A problem. Tho nKgreslve "bad" child is quickly recognized, and there is some chance of corrective action being applied. But .social workers worry more about the shy, reserved type--the perfect child who is no trouble at all to teachers and tho.refcre gets overlooked. Such is the child who won't play panics for fear of being ridiculous, that hates to recite for foar of making mistakes, that doesn't want to go to school for fear it can't hold its own--but is sweet and gentle and obedient and never gets rough or quarrelsome. The cause may be a physical defect, real stupidity, embarrassing abnormality. Or it may bo inability to live up to tho parents' over-high demands, or having been compared unfavorably to a favored brovhcr or sister or playmate, or bni\.p sensitive because home or parents or clothes or playings aren't as good as the other kids'. The outcome? A boy steals a car *o h* can boast of it and gain admiration for daring. A girl becomes immoral because, even if briefly, she can f'?el both important and desired by somebody. Next; PrrwnU.m thai nns worked. WHAT IT MEANS 51. Trailers for Sale 'OR SALE--in-15 Schult Luxory Liner House Trailer. Equipped with Butane. Roa- Tnxllnr IOUSE imimhly priced. B h n m r o n k Oourl,, nocn Ohlni Koiul, BUSINESS DIRECTORY The Sam Hughston Agency We insui'e everything but the hereafter. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Anthony Bldg. Phone 1153 19. Real £«tat« for Sale 11. Help \Vant(i^^Miacoiianco"«s i-'OIi HALK 1 7 - f n o t H l R K i n s .speed boat. M a r l n n M a r t , Port Iflftbcl. Phono 20U, 1'ort Isabel. WANTED FOR NEWER AND GREATER PARISIAN Department Head Managers and Sales Ladies for Ready-to-Wear . . . L i n g e r i e . . . Sportswear · C h i l d r e n ' s W e a r , , . Hosiery a n d Shoes APPLY P A R I S I A N 107 S. 1st St. H a r l i n g e n Several good homes, 100% GI loans. A number o.C small acreage tracts for subdivisions. A' number of good lots on West Boca Ohlca Highway. Brick store, building. Down town. Six acre grove "with house. Warehouse on R. R, track with several lots. Several choice lots in Los Ebanos and Riverside. C, G. FOSTER, Realtor 1021 E, Washington Phone 1940 - Res. 124G-J FOR SALE Brick home, five rooms, screen porch, In Los Ebanos. Large five room stucco home with screen tile porch on large b e a u t i f u l lot on resaca In Los Ebanos. R. M. Warren Phone 1237-J REAL ESTATE-LOANS Commercial -- Roxldontl*] Farmi -- R-anohc* HO BROKERAGE - NO L, », BAKER - P, D HEAWDR ReeM-Wll'-Mond Hotel Bldi, -- Phon« No. 409 Brake Service Expert Brakr Service on all makes of cars. Goodyear Service 10th Levee -- Phone 990 EMERSON RADIO3 PHONORADIOS RECORDERS BATTERY SETS Soitimer* Furniture Phone 674 1208 Adams PARRA BROS. NO, 2 Grocery - Meats Hardware Free Delivery Anyplace phone 1692 1121 E. Adams You'll Be Sold On Us When We Sole Your SHOES For Qn)ck and Sati.sfact.ory Service, Bring Your Shoes to Central Shoe Shop . Washington RUGS CLEANED And Repaired By rm 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 n rug expert. 503 E. Lovcc Phone 1217-M -- 1040 · KANDARIAN Rug Expert Brownsville ATTENTION GROWERS AIRPLANE DUSTING SERVICE Insecticide Sulphur Fertilizer Herman Schrciber, Jr. Phone 1923-M or Willis Implement Co. - Ph. 492 Printing Commercial, job printing, blueprinting. Neatly and promptly finished-. THE PRINTCRAFT SHOP 507 9th St.' Phone 777 WASHING? Use HUPFAKER'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY Sji't Water, Courteous Assistance, Curb Service. 314 East 8th Phone 1993 Natural rubber first By VERN HAUGLANTD WASHINGTON,--The U. S. Bureau of Mines is about to give its fatherly attention to that promising infant, titanium. "A metal with the qualities that titanium has In tho pure state is rare," says O. C. Ralston, assistant chief of the bureau's Metallurgical Branch. "It is a much better starting point for commercial development than were aluminum or magnesium. "Of the metals that Rr« stable In air, so that they can be used for fabrication, it is the fourth most plentiful, led only by aluminum, iron and magnesium. Difficulties Cited "The chief difficulty lies in its extraction, It is a wonderful metal, but Its is more difficult to extract than is aluminum and probably will cost more." Extractive metallurgy, tho chemical part of the production of titanium powder, Is done at Boulder City. The bureau ha.s a crew and euipmont at Salt Lake City for the physical metallurgy--the finishing of the crude titanium. After four years of development, the extractive plant now can produce 100 pounds of titanium a day. Frequent changes in experimental techniques prevent anything near that amount of dally production, however, Ralston says, and "if appropriation cuts do not slow us down, it will take another five years at the puce wo have boon going to produce titanium commercially." Lighter Than Steel Finished ductile titanium looks like stainless steel, but it is not so heavy. It ha.s great strength nnd flexibility and has a "modulus of elasticity" of 15,000,000 pounds per square inch, compared with 10,000,000 for stainless steel. Modulus of elasticity measures the point beyond which a bent rod of metal doesn't return to its former shape but remains bent. "On a weight basis titanium is at least twice as strong as stainless steel, a.nd Its resistance to corrosive conditions is in the class of stainless teel," Ralston say«. The metal is t*wlce as heavy and lour times as strong, per square inch, as magnesium, and it docs not form enlarged crystals at freezing: as magnesium does. It is common over wire areas --in beach sands in Florida, solid rock in the Adirondack mountains and Virginia, in rock formations of upper Minnesota, in placer sands of Idaho, Oregon B.nd California,! in Texas sands of the Rio Grande --particularly In the Boca Chica. Titanium in the non-ductible form was $15 a pound a few years ago, fell to $10 and now is about $5 a pound. Aluminum, which formerly sold commercially at $5 a pound, has been reduced to 15 cents a pound, Cost Factor Watched "If titanium is brought down to about 50 cents a pound it will compete with magnesium on nearly all counts--but We may not see that day for a long, time" says Ralston, One use already developed for j non-ductile titanium is in combi-1 nation with lead and zirconium ! as a sparking 1 metal 10 times hot- tor than the alloys normally used ing away with the eKpenilve oast- ing process. "It's been over 100 years cincj man began mixing carbon with Iron to make steel commercially, and thnrc's still a lot we don't know about steel capabilities," Ralston Bays. "The field of allowed titanium is unexplored. With so many excellent qualities at the very start, titanium provides great promise for the future." Advcrtlnement RADIO STATION K V A L ABC NETWORK 1490 On Your Dial Junt 4 , 1H47 3:30 VnrUdn 4,00 SUCPKOH Mundinlcs. ·4:15 Cnnr.loncs Mexicnnnt 4:30 R h y t h m K o u n d u p fi:00 Terry Ar. The Pinure f A E C ) 6:15 Sky Kins Derby Foods) 5:30 Jftck A r m s t r o n n (Gen. Mills) ABC 5:45 Snortn of « h c U n y B:ft5 AP New* (1:00 Hcndiinn Edition CAJSO i i . l t Elinor Klftvla i A W 7 ) (1:30 Lone Runner (ABC) 7:00 Pin I tor Tim ft 7:30 Court of Misulnj? 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ABC 10:00 Breftkfixfit In Hollywood P fc O -K c l l O R K ) ABC 10:30 Galen Drake f K r U o K t ^ ABC 10:46 Ted Mnlonft fAISC 11:00 Tho Kenny Baker Show (I\tG) (ABC) 11:30 AP NnWi l l : 4 f t Koy» to lx»lchto.natclnji. 13:00 Baukhnpft Talking t l i t N a t i o n a l Bank of BrownM-llle) ABC 12:15 Homo Tips y Tune* 13:30 Mfril BnK 1:00 AP News 1:15 Ethol fc Albert ABC 1:30 Brldn nnc« Groom (Siprllr.g) ABC 2:00 Ladles Bo Sc-ntod (Quaker Oat* ABC 2:30 There 3o«i T*HaJ Sons Assnin 3:46 BcRt Things In Ufa tAmer. Fil. Labor) (A11CJ 3:00 Skin Farrrl Show fABC) 3:15 Hollywood Studio Tour Railway expansion in the United States reached Its peak In the 1880's; 74.720 miles of railway line being Ink! in that decade. CENTRAL RADIO Rudio - EfeotroBie Salt* - l«rvtc« 610 W. EHz. Phone 386 TERMITES Guarantee ANTS « ROACHES Able Exterminator*, Ino. Phono 1997,-- «43-It LET'S YOU AND ME BUILD A HOME BROCKMAN Complete Bvfldinf Scrric* 42S W, *UMibeth Fh*na 811 Jnlcy Stcaki, Fried Chicken, Chilled Beer*, Nice Dancing. - Also Curb Service Phone 0522 MANAMA Claude Kennedy, MRT. mi. on 8«n Bculto , in cigarrette lighters. The number of U. S. f a r m s ' One of thn' biggest m n m i f a c i -- . shrank J'rmn (5.4 million in 1U20 t o ' c r s !n - st ' A » r i l b °R n n Putting tin., 5,8 million in J915. combination instead of ordinary ' I flints inl.o its lighters, Rnlston says. John Alclem, of Pilgrim "speak i It wears Taster but gives a hot- for thyself John" cooper by trade. i'n me, wa» tor, surer flame, It soon may be extruded in th* oUutio «Ute. do- RIO · Today and Thuriday \VAI.T D I S N E Y ' S * the South And * . mr-SNORTIH' %^ACTION/ %y^i_,_ 3 1 **j K l R G R A N T F U Z Z Y K N I G H T Interstate Theatre* ftWflDlfUCflPIIOL HARLINGEN BROWNiVILLE Last Times Today « I «-W1H V TUFTS Starts: 1:54 - 3:51 - 5:48. - 7:-15 - Start* Thursday HUNTfD BY GVNMffi! Teresa WRIGHT Robert MITCHUM Today - Thursday LADY I i\ Tirt: AKE Audrey Totter L l o y d N o l a n Tom Tully L e o n A m e s Feature Starts 1:J5 - 3:21 - 5:27 - 7:33 - 9:39 Last Times Today

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