The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 6, 1947 · Page 19
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas · Page 19

Brownsville, Texas
Issue Date:
Friday, June 6, 1947
Page 19
Start Free Trial

BROWHSVTLtift HERALD CLASSIFIED RATES Sc per word 1 day fcc'per word 2 days 7c per word 3 days 2c per word each addi- ditionnl day. 15-word minimum. ID *rd«n for olasaiflod advertising mu«t j« accompanied by cash in advance If the ftdrertlier doe» not have an eatab- llshed credit account with The Herald. The BrowniTille Herald will not be lesponnible for wrror* In claanlfled ads after the «r*t Insertion and Assume* no responsibility above the cost of advnrttfl- Ing lor typographical or other errors In ftds. DEADLJlf* for claasifled display Is 6 p.m. preoedtnr day on weekdays, and 3:30 » m . «aturday for Sunday caper. Line classified deadline Hi 1:30 a.m. weeMdar* ·nd 3:30 p.m. Saturday for Sunday. 2. Personal* .ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Anyone who hns an honest deaire to atop drinking, contact Alcoholics Anonymous, P. O. Box 1121, Harlingen, Tcxaa. 8. Help Wanted Male »AUCflMAN~AND EXKCUTIVE8 ATTENTION. Lifetime position, nubaUntliU income for man out of executive or **lllnf Held. Write Manager. 1516 Mllam Bldtr., San Antonio. Texas, for appointment HopllOK confidential. *ANTED *wx^TrlencetPbaV:or. Apply Van- ni« Tllden Bakery 743. E. Ellzaboth. POSITION Vacancy with well established Valley concern as supervisor of manufacturing and distribu- t"»n of household goods. Qualifications: Some knowledge or willingness to learn about merchandise concern. Ability to apeak Spanish. Some experience in handling office or clerical details. Should have ear. All applications kept confidential. Write Box 104 c-e Herald. WANTED First clft** Chrysler products mechanic. A good Job for a food man. .fcALLAWAY MOTOR CO. DODGE PLYMOUTH 242 Ohio Ave. Mercedes, Texas jt. Help Wtmted - Fernalo ___ fir ANTED-- En srUdh Bpetvklmt maid and took. Good quarters. No children. ·Write Box 109 "e HornM. /or part time (funeral housework. I n q u i r e 308 W. St. Charlei or phone 1828-M. WANTED EXPERIENCED SALESLADIES Ladies' Ready-To-Wear Department Salary and Commission Apply: LANE'S 1204 E. Elizabeth VETERANS And all persons over 16 years ·f age eligible to take beauty culture. Beauty culture pays transportation. \. Holtry's College Of Beauty Culture 80S E. Harrison - Phono 0534 Harlingen, Texas JExporionoed Halo* ladle*. Farltlan. 1141 8. K. Elizabeth fclJVL WANTED for nowTnK niivohlno' Must xpeak find English. 19, mi* in*** SALINAS AND. PAINT SHOP We make furniture, chesta, dressera, tables, chfcir/i, cabin- eta and desks. Refinish Venetian 1 Blinds. 13th and Tilmort Brownsville, Texa* WASHING MACHINE* FOR RENT Delvered to your home, Phone 741-R Or c*ll at 341 E. Washington CESS POOt-fl and sepllo tankl 'eUan»d Phone 9600, Harllnun, Tex. W. B. CUNT AGENCY INSURANCE Fire, Automobile, Casualty, Marine, All Risks. Mexican Touri«t coverage Phone 6 429 Twelfth D E N N E T T Marine Engrina Co. Chrysler Marine Engine* and Parts 1212 Washington St. Phone 1407 17. Bulldlnf Material* PRICES REDUCED select Adobe Brick 4"x6"xl2" at new prices. Copperweld Wall Ties. Call at home south of R. R. 2 Mi. West of Olmito. HARRY ANDERSON Brownsville 5000- J Olmito, Text* JUST RECEIVED Shipment of oak flooring. Pric* k right, HEANER LUMBER CO. Opposite Court Hoiu« Phone 60T 19. Household Furniture REPlWUEnATOR, for *ale, Inquire 17 .Warren. Phone 1387. 8ALK--13 ou. It. 7rl*irfftLr»; eomplttt w h i t e Hollywood bed; detk; cruiAe; dinette m; cheat of drnwtri; ohlld'i bod, high ohnir, bhthinett*. Phone 1038 A f t e r 6:00 p.m. ufiED TABLE top Untver«i\l «*· r»n««, 304 K. Leven. Phono 1308. , HOUSEHOLD FURNISHINGS Complete household furnish- ing« for 7 room*. High quality. Good condition. Priced for immediate sale. Included »r« lnt« model GE electric refrigerator, large fan. JOSEPH ,K. WELLS 4 Miles Old Port Isabel Road 20. Machinery PIPE, Anil* tron, Channel*, Comic*MO Iron, Steel «heeU, Boll»r», «ngine« ( Konr«. shafting, Machinery of »11 kind* und mill lupplles. C. A, Pruden. Via- toria Oln Co. 3131 14th «t Brown** rllle. Tel 604. 21, Music*) and Radio P7ANO3--1 nmall upright, 1 atandard Mzn u p r i g h t , a n t i q u e hand oarvtd pinno, Mio 1 Kin* baritone, Vhon* 1338. A I R - P A L R A D I O S QET YOUR8 NOWI1 HARDIN GAS APPLIANCE CO. "Home of the Best" 830 E. Elizabeth · Phone 978 ZZ. Miscellaneous for Sale FOR SALE: 17-foot H i f f l n s «peecl boat. Marine Mart. Port liabvl. Phone 366, Port Icabel. " POR WALE--9" back treared icrew «ut- MHK moial lthe. Also Ford 86 H. P. motor complete n'lth ar,r,e»iorU«. DOUBLE decker bunk* 18.00 (net) Whlt- mrvn'* A r m y Store 038 llth 8k. Aero« f r o m marlcit. for Saf* ft. MhM$«TlAn4M«m far PARRA BROS No. 2 S. B, Adams -- Phone 1692 GROCERIES - MEATS - HARDWARE Burpee Can Sealer ~ .......... . .. ........ . ..... .*.;· ...... · * 16 'JJ Burpee Aristocrat Cooker ......................... .,,...,, 18,62 No, 3 Cans, per hundred ......... · . , ............. ..,,,..,. 4,65 Quart Jar*, per doison , , , , . ..... ._. ........................ M Pint Jars, per dozen ........ i .................. ......... · »88' Vj Pint Jars, per dozen ................ ,v,, .... ....... . .. .80. Garden !*ose, 25 feet,' all rubber, black .............. ..... S.58 Oarden Hose, 60 feet, all rubber, black ....... ...... , ---- 5,»6 Garden Hose, 50 feet, 2-ply, green . . ; ....... , , ; . ....... , . , 6.48 Garden Hose, 60 feet, plastic ........ ........... , ---- .-..,..- »,29 Lawn Sprinklers . . . ........ . ............. ,.,, ............. 1.60 Lawn Mowers .............. ' ...................... . ...... 18,80 20 Gal. Automatic Water Heater ........................ . 77.00 Gas Range for Natural Gas . ........................ .... 108.85 Gas Range for Bottle Gas ...... . ........... ; ............. 110.80 Oil Range, 5 burner* with oven ....... . ---- , , . .......... 68,10 Oil Stove, 2 1 burners ..... . . . . ---- ................ ...... . . . 8,54 Soreen Wire, Electrical Wire, Outlet Boxes, Fust Boxes Sockets, Etc. 28, Wanted to Buy WANTED TO BUY RED TOMATOES FOR CANNING OLMITOL CANNING CO OLMITO, TEXAS WANTED--1941 Buick In good condition. Will buy old model cars. Phone 1181- K. s 29. Dog*--C*t»--Pet* COLLIE pups. Registered. Beauties like Lassie, $36. Three champion sired collies at stud, Grown females. $75. Phone C-0034. Mrs, Thompson, 610 K. Olive 8t., San Antonio. 32. Apartment* for Rent ONE a ROOM apartment, furnished, Couple, no children. 1502 8JB Jefferson, FOB KENT--Large furnished bedroom Private entrance. BOO 0B Levee. CLEAN MODERN ROOMS Overlooking the Rio Grand« at THE YORK 'The Hotel Nearest the Border" Rates by Day or W««k 1321 E, Levee Brownsville, Texai WILL BENT one bedroom home furnished for next three months only. Available now through Sept. 10, To eouple, no children, See Qonsales at Magnolia or phone 900-W 35. Wmnted to R«nt FAMILY deglres furnished house or 2 bedroom apartment from June IB to August 18. Excellent reference*. Write Box 105 % Herald. WANTKD--Furnished two bedroom hcuie or apartment for four Fan American pilot*. WUJ take excellent ear* ·« property, Write Box '1"2% Herald. 38. JHotuMi lor Sale FOR BALE--ft room stucco, bath, Butane, garage on l'/t acres. Also 310 laying hens. 13 ptir day profit. Vfc mile north of Boca Chlca Highway »n Indiana. C. A. Binehart. FOR BAIJE ftt KerrvUle--New 1 btdroom hou*e of pre-war material. Well located near school*. |7W0. Term*. Call atl-J after 6:30, ONE 3-room house on bus line, Investment. 3133 14th fit. FOR SALE: Quest house to be moved from property. One 'room, ·· closet and bath. »1600. DBS W. Jefferson St. FOR BALE: Modern 3 bedroom house. Hollow tile construction; Good neighborhood. Ower. Phon,e 4 ROOM hou«e and I acre*. Oloe» in on pavement. 3133 14th ftt. Weta*ter Investment. · r " 4-ROOM house. 77 ft, lot. 33nd and aouthmost, $aftOO. Part cash, balanee . Dr. W. A. Jones. Phone 133«. 38. BuaineM Property MUST SELL due to bad health. Complete garnge and paint equipment. Also good, location for rent, See Jack at Boucher Motor Co., Los Fresnos; and Boca Chlcft H-wy Intersection. Or CalL 18C7. FOR RENT--JO'x40' Warehouse, facing alley between Lovee find St. Charles. Call 73 after 4:00 p.m. 39. Real Estate for Sal* FOR BALK--38 Toot cabin cruller, A-l condition. BEE Le.o Baumfelder. Red Cixpstnln Yards, Port Isabel. WANTED men and women to study High School as home. Q u a l i f y for the better commercial, I n d u s t r i a l and civil »ervice poiitions by BettinR a high school education !n snare time. *n- eludinr booklceopinif. shorthand, typlr.R and allied buslnenn subjects. Establish- ·1 1897. Thousands of successful Blond* with Norrtlo ancflsbry are to per/er cool colon *uoh ac blue and green, Brunette* with Latin ancwtry are apt to perfar warm reds and marcoon FOR SALE Brick home, five rooms, screen porch, in Los . Ebanos. | Lurga five room atucco horn* j with screen tile porch on large beautiful lot on resaca In Lot I Ebanofi, R. M. Warren Phone 1387-J Mount Etna, a 10,800-foot AMERICAN BCHOOLr Write BOX 190 * Brown»vl!le Herald-IJrnwnsvllIe. WANTED--Olrl Tor lUlu housework In afternoon. Phone 1825-R. fumlnir Shrimps and prawn* are eaten alive in China, UL HeJp Wanted 11, Help Wanted MfoceUaneoua WANTED FOR NEWER AND GREATER PARISIAN Department Head Managers and Sales Ladiea for Ready-to-Wnar , , . Lingerie . , . Sportswear Children's Wear . , . Hosiery and Shoe* APPLY PARISIAN 107 S. 1st St. 16. Services Offered w T i T r F p r a r i l c u l n u m l n n o r will w i t h c h i l d r e n d a y or n l t f h t . Phone LI. «lt oEN ' E R A L Repntrs on hornos. Cnll J W. C ' o p c n h n v e r . 17ftO Morton Si. Phone 433-J. KITHN'S carnalized PMnt -- flrockman Complete B u i l d i n g Serv OOMPLJCTK \arilator repairlne and ,irlnr »nd new r e d l f t f o r . Phone 701. J016 8« Adams. Valley Hod? and Paint Bhop _ MAINER LAWSON Moving Contractor Ajfent For RKL ARROW LINES Operator Of Papc Transfer Co. Office and Warehouse in Fort Brown. ZZ, MlHoellancouH for The arable land of the cart-h today in estimated at. four percent *f iu surface. i SPECIAL! - DEEPFREEZE HOME FREEZERS $310.00 Dollvorcd Brown«vill« These are largo 9 oublo feet freezers. Only Lwo available at this special prico. OPA prlct $453.25. Valley Bulck Company St. Charles at llth St FOR SALE S«veml good homei, 100% loann, A number of imall tracts lor subdivisions. A number of good lota on W«at Boca Chica Highway, Brick »to»* building. Down town.. ftte aof« trov* wMh house, tteveral choic* lot* in Lo« Ebano* and Riv§r»io. C, G, FOSTER, Realtor 1021 E. Washington Phone 140 - Rei- 1248-J FOR SALE Nice five room .home in We*t Brownsville. New roof and in good condition. Immediate Apartment houae near busl- nm district. Completely r*fin- iahed, A good buy. Two new homes r«ady for occupancy, Todd Stobau^h 407 Eleventh St. Phone 1M 5-Rooin House Now Vacant Beat buy in town IB In CENTRAL' PARK Completely Modern FHA Jb OI Approved Mrs. H. L. Carscadln Phone 1347 or 1543-AI 1557 Franklin \ Most adults prefer ' bho colors jred and blue. Green in the .third Ichoic* and yellow 39. IU»I Estate for Sale FOR SALE Several food tourist location* 011 Highway. »e* lu for loti. MONSEES A SON Pan American Bldf. Phone 316 SflBCIAL B room frame home and two garage apartment*. Completely furnlahed. To b«i oold a« one unit. Home refiniahed throughout. Reasonably priced. · room house to be moved. In excellent condition, P r i e e tf.OOO. COLGIN BECHDEL Phones; Office 157 or M . Residence 905-J 18 Maltby Bldg. CAFE FOR SALE At Laurelen, on the Missouri Pacific R, R., 3 mile* NW Lo» Frescos, Laurelec has 2 packing sheds, 3 gins, All work large crews and a big pay roll. Cafe" is well built; frame, shingle roof, and all ^equipment This is the biggest bargain ever offered for $550.00. ; Must be cash. Owner sick. Don't wait. Must sell it now. See me at* once. R. M. Johnson, Realtor Los Presnos Bank Los Fresnos, Texas FOR SALE VHe» S room horn* In Rivercid*. Ntarly new. Vriea reduced to $8500, Can b« ·old te Anybody, and teriini can b« arranged. A bargain. Immediate PoMeMion. We have nnr and nearly new home* for gale and we aUo hare homci eipeclally for O.Z.'g. 80e th«M homed before you buy, rriee* »MOO.00 and xip. ADRKAK * 00. Pan American Bldjf, Phone 343 IDEAL FAMILY HOME Built in 1940, large lot located on edge at City, on Bus Line. Eleven unit brick apartment building, Nice income. .Priced right, Loans and Insurance handled, PHIL ELIXSON .'406 Pan American Bldg, Phone 1890 49. Lots fer Sale LARGE LOTS North Brownsville Subdivision. Block north of Boca Chica Highway. Ga», water, «l«ctriclty, gra/rel road*. City bu* aerrice. Convenient to Water Port and Airport employee!. Priced $645,00 up. . Term* $216,00 ,,down, Balance $19.OS per month, THOS. P. BENSON Co. 121J flu Waihlnnon Fhon* 1407 KOR *AL«; On* ftora tractii on pavement Wtb«ttr InyestmentB. , 31M 14th 8t. Phone 638. 4S. Acrt|afe for Sate BALK 30 aeru on 14th JMrttt, II, O'Neale, Phont tin. Ml I. abith at. · for JUnt FOR R1NT: 250 »CTM Jttft plowtd for ·aid or ft«d crop. Attrtni. »hon» 40S-J 13i» Klliabtth at.. _ · . _ "There wtr* 1 30 rwweli the "Mayflowr," regi«fc«rtd thf: BritUh ·!·!·· in In Bed to cinaidered to ' be a warm color; blue, cold. 49. Uied Avi4M for Salo ^ JOAI, TfOTTCl _ _ JOINT RJESOUmONa HO, 4 propdftlng an amendment to Article VII of the Comititutlon. of the State of Texa* br the addition of two new sections to bi konwn a* Section* IT and !· providing ,a special fund for the payment of Confederate pension* and providing a method of payment lor tho construction and equipment of building Mid other permanet Improvement* at. ·tat* institution* of ftigher learning:; providing for % *. five-ee-nt reduction in the maximum allowance *tiitr tax on property; providing lor an election ami the lnuanoe of a proclamation therefor. BE IT RESOLVED BY THE UtGjaLA- Tim« OP- THE BTATW OF TEXAS: Section l. That Article 7 of the Con- itltutlon of the State of Texa* bo amended by addlnir thereto Section* 17 and ll» which shuH .read as follow*: "flection 17. In lieu of the ntixt* ad valorem tax on property of Seven (7c) Cent* on t.rie One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars, valuation heretofore permitted to be levied by Seotlon 61 of Article 3. a* amended, there 1* hereby levied. In addition to all othnr tuxos permitted by the Con*titution of Texat. a ttate ad valorem tax on property of Two (3o) Cent* on the One Hundred ($100.00) Dollar* valuation for the purpose of creating a *peclal fund for the payment of penRlon* for service* in the Confederate army and navy, frontier organljea- ttonn, and the militia of the State of Texa*, and for the -widow* of such «ol- dler* *erving In anid armies, navies, 'organinatlon* or militia: provided that the L«fl*latur* mar reduce the tax rate herelnabove levied, "Al*o, there 1* hereby levied, In addition to 'all- other taxe* permitted by the constitution of Texas, a state nd valorem tax on property of Five (Be 1 ) Cent* on the One Hundred ($100.00) Dollar* valuation f«r the, purpose of creating a *peclal fund for the purpose of acquiring, oon- ·tructinv *nd k Initially equipping build- inii, or other permanent Improvements at the deticnated Institution* of higher learning and the governing board of each «f »uch in«tltutlon* of higher luarnlnn In fully authorlned to pledge »,U or any part of j»aid funds tillotted to *uch Institution a« hcrolnnftflr provided, to «coure bond* or notes Inaued for the purpone of Acqulrinir, construotlnir and initially equipping nueh building* or other permanent Improvement* at »ald re- ·peotlve Institution*. Such bond* or 'noto« ·hall be Issued In nuch amount* *« may be determined by the governing boards of 'said respective Institution*, nhall benr Interest n o t . to exceed three (3%) per cent per annum and shall mature serially or otherwise not .to exceed ten (10) yeart; from the fir»t (1st) divy of January of each year In which such funds arc allocated or re-allocated to »ald TD- ·peotive Institutions; provided, the power to Inaue bond* or i?ote* horeunder Is exprca*ly limited to a period of thirty (30) years from the date of the adoption of this a m e n d m e n t . , and provided further, that the Five (Be) Cant tax hereby levied i»h«ill expire finally upon payment of all bond* hereby authorized; provided further, that tho *tat« tax on property as heretofore permitted to bo levied by Section fl of Article VIII, «s amended, exclusive of the tax necessary to pay the public debt, and of the taxes provided for the benefit of the public free «chooln, shall never exceed Thirty (30c) Cent* on the One Hundred ($100.00) Dollar* valuation. All bonds shall b« examined and approved by the Attorney General of the State of Texa*, and when «o approved »hall be Incontestable; and all approved bonds shall be registered In the office of the Comptroller of- Pub- Ue Accounts of the State of Texas. Said bond* «hall b« sold only through competitive bid* nnd shall never be *old for le*«" than their, par value and accrued interest. · ; "Fund* raised from *ald Five (8c) Cent* tax levy for the ten (10) year period beginning January 1. 1948, are hereby allocated to, the following Institution* of higher learning and In the following proportions, to wit: Institution , Per Cent of Total John Tarleion Agricultural College B.73107 North Texas. Agricultural College «,1703n Texa* State College for W o m e n . . 11.52901? Tex, College of ArtH and Industrie* 4.7555). College of Mines and Metallurgy 4,71036 Texa* Technological College lfl.64877 East Texas State Teacher* College. «.10657 North Texas Btate Teachers FrMajr, Jtnw» ft, tMT Playground Gets Added Equipment The purchase of new pluyground equipment by the Brownsville Community Center Inc., has been timed with Summer vacations with the addition of six new playground devices installed Irt RingRold Park and six additional one* ready to be inatdlled. The additional ones will be installed at the playground area on East St, Charles St., between 3rd and 4th Sts., and at Ringgold Pnrk. Those installed in Ringgold Park are near the children*' wading pool. "Work on repairing the pool is now under way and we expect to have it ready by June 15, Frank Lockhead, president of the Community Center said. "Many requests have come In for an early opening of the pool," Ixckhead Baid, The softball field at Area, No. One is for use of all who wish to use it, and no league membership is required. Teams who wish to play there may do so by applying at the field house at 6th: and Ringgold Sts. "Other equipment is available at the field house and all interested are urged to take advantage of the facilities without · charge," Lockhead naid. The Nation Today BY JAMES MARINO W WASHINGTON, June 6 The United States and Argentina finally are burying the hatchet. The dispute has been long and involved. Until thi* week, this country 1 ! main complaint against Argentina has been this: It didn't keep its word that it would get rid of the Na*is who had found refuge there. The dispute began in 1943. In th6,t year all the American republics, including Argentina, agreed to get rid of any Nazis within their borders. AH of them, except Argentina, broke off relations with the Axis. Soon the then Secretary of State, Cordell Hull, was denouncing Argentina M a "traitor to the Allied cause." He said the country wa« loaded with Naai agents. Finally in 1945, under constant prodding by the other American Almost half of the roads In the United States . are surfaced. 46. Financial! and Loans PAWNBROKERS L® AN S . On Anything Of Value 2123 14TH ST. 48. Buginetw Opportunities FOR 8ALK--Progress Lumber Co. buildings and yard «U Progroso, Texas, seven miles south of Weslaco, only ' l u m b e r ' y a r d on Old Military Hlnhway between Brownsville and Mission. An ""·attractive property, In excellent condition, doing profitable business. Cash or terms. Also 33-foot trailer float, never used. Address P. O. Box 60, Progreso, Texas, or Phone Mercedes ' COOO-F31. 40. Used Autos for Sale 1931 BfcACK Oldsmoblle sedan in good condition. 1502 San Denito Higway. Phone 102. FOR SALK: Cleanest 1840 Ford convertible in the Valley. Ci\n be seen at 514. Bnst St. Charles »:00 to S;00 p.m. FOR SALK--1038 Btudebaker *edn,n. $375. 1040 Chevrolet sedan $036. See at 8th and West Elizabeth, Sinclair Station. The predominant Belgium, is Roman, Catholic. nf of Natchez, Miss., once basted 11 of the nations'* millionaires. LEGAL NOTICE AUSTIN, June. « --MP)~ ··mi- final pairings in the 14th annual Texas Woman's Public Links golf tournament today feature three women contenders who yesterday downed the tourney's favorites. Mrs. J. R. Bradford , defeated the defending champion Mrs. Guy Laroe of Terrell, one up. Mrs. i'Tj'son. took the measure of Mrs. E. H. Wohlfahrt of Houston, throe-time titlist 2-1. flight will be Mrs. M. K. Morgan of Houston pitted against Mrs. H. L. Reynolds of Austin. Mrs. Morgan downed Medalist Betsy Rawls of Austin 2 and 1. republics, Argentina declared war on th* Axis. In that same year, Spruille Bradcn was sent to Argentina as American ambasador. He was part of a military clique which overthrew the legitimate government in. 1»43. Braden acid Argentina, under Peroti, was anti-Democratic. H« said it was R nest of Nail agents. Braden was brought back here and given a stronger spot for He wa« made assistant secretary of state for Latin-America* He banged away at Peron even though Peron was chosen president in a regular election early in 1046. A few days before the election the State Department issued an attack on Peron and his government. The attack was a "blue book,'* full of Nazi documents captured by the American Army. The State Depeartment said those documents furnished "proof positive" of Argentine "complicity with the enemy." In 1946, the U. S. sent Oeorg* Messersmith to Argentina as American ambassador. Mewwrsmith wanted a softer policy toward Argentina. Braden would have none- of it. Now the Argentine government has announced it has reported to Germany 60 top Nazii and is investigating 60 others. As soon as it heard this, the U. S. started the wheels in motion for getting all the American republics together, including Argentina, ^^ College -. X3.84532 Sam Houston State Teacher* College , 6.5068 South-wait State Teacher* College 6.784T4 (Stephen F. Austin State Teacher* College 4.65414 Sul nosn SUte Touchers College 2,15315 Went Texas State Teachers College 5.41043 Pralri* View Agricultural and M*chanical Collog* of Texas.. 8.34416 "Not later than Juno 1st of tho beginning year of oach succeeding ten 10) ywr period, the Comptroller of Public Accounts of the State of Texas, based on tho average long session full- time student enrollment for the preceding five (B) year period of time, ehall re-allocated, to the above designated Institution* of higher learning then In existence, all funds to be derived from ·aid Five (5o) Cent ad valorem tax for said ten (1.0) year period; and all *uch designated institutions of higher lenrn- ing which participate In the allocation or re-allocation of such funds shall not thereafter receive any other state funds for the acquiring or constructing of buildings or other permanent Improvement* for which «ald Five (6c) Cent* ad valorem tax in herein provided, except In case of fire, flood, «torm, or earthquake occurring at any nuch Institution, in which ca*e an appropriation in an amount ·ufflcienl to replace the Jos* «o incurred may be made by the Legislature out of other «tatn funds. Thlo amendment shall b« Belf-enncting. The State Comptroller of Public Account* shaH draw all nece**ary and proper warrant* upon the State Treasury in order to carry out the purpose of thi* amendment; and the State Treasurer shall pay warrant* so i*«ued out of the special fund hereby created, lor aald purpose." "Section It. For the purpose of constructing, equipping or acquiring building* or other permanent improvement*, the Board of Director* of the Agricultural nnd Mechanical College of Texa* i« hereby authorized to i*«ue negotiable bonds or note* not to exceed a total amount of Five Million ($6,000,000.00) Dollars, and the Board of Regent* of Tho Univerulty of Toxn* i* heroby au- thorised tc IB*U« negotiable bonds or note* not to exceed a total amount of Ten Million ($10.000,000.00) Dollars. Any bond* or note* l**ued hereunder shall be pnyablr nolely out of the income from the Permanent University Fund. Bonds or note* *o i»*ued shall mature serially or otherwise not more than twenty (20) year* from their respective date*, and In no ovent later than twenty-five (26) year* after she date of the adoption of thl* amendment. Thl* amendmet ahall be *elf-enactlng. "Said Boaifd* are *everally authorised to pledfe the whole or uny part of the. respective interests of the Agricultural nnd Mechanical College of Texa* nnd of The Unlvorilty of Texa* In the income from the Permanent University Fund, aa jiuch intere»ts *,rti now apportioned by Chapfter 42 of the Acts of ths Reg ular Session of the ' " ~ J »--i-i-.. Announcement wiw made at the American Legion meeting held last night that the Drum and Bugle Corps will attend the Legion fish fry to be held at Weslaco Monday night. Members of the Corps are to meet at the Legion Hall here at B p.m. Monday. A special bus has been chartered to take the group to Weslaco. Post Commander Roy Brocfcette was authorized to purchase a new Legion flag. Jack O. Meek, veteran* employment representative, wa* a guest at the meeting. He is in charge of the Valley area with offices in Harlingen. Balloting Begins On All-Star Team «H3CAGO, June ff r;py-BaHo4*n» by the nation's baseball fan* for players who will start the 14th annual all-star major league game at Chicago's Wrigley Field July 8, op«ned today in a poll conducted by 182 newspap«*, magasine* and radio stations. During the war years commercial motors vehicles hauled a p - j proximately 5,640,000,000 tons of goods. 1041 OLD9MOBILE Hydromatjo "8". Like New. Sec at dftUway Parking Lot. Phono I03fl. 1037 FOR.D tudor flO, Also 1041 Dmck mirtan. Old On«m House, Phone 106. 50.~U»ed Trucks for Sale Brownsville Motor Co. 1222 Washington 8t Phone 427 Chrysler - Plymouth Diamond T Trucks FOR SALE--1941 Chevrolet 1*6 ton dump truck. Can »ee at Gateway Bridge, or phone 1961-Tt. 51. Trailer* for Sale FOR SALK--1946 3chult Luxer? Llnor Houie Trailer. Equipped with' Butane. T«I. 1B61-M. HOUSS TraUtr-14 ft., . ileepi two. «onablr . priced. Shamrock Trailer Court. Boca Chloa Hoad, FRASE MOTOR COMPANY N E. Highway A 13th St. -- Donna, -Texas 46 PLYMOUTH 4 Door Special Deluxe. Radio ft Heater . . . . . . .-. - . .$2150 46 CHEVROLET 4 Door Stylemaster 2200 *4i CHRYSLER New Yorker Club Coupe, Radio 4 M«at«* _ 3200 '42 ClllVllOLET Coupt, Radio Heater ._ 1375 ^ _ 1065 '42 STUDBBAKER Club Coupe. Radio '' Heater '41 STUDiEBAKER "President" Club Coupe. Overdrive. Radio ~ '41 HUDSON "Commodore" 8 4 door sedan Overdrive .;. ,, , -. .- .1375 '39 CHEVROLET Coupe. jRadio _,.-. 875 '89 FORD Coupe _ .«-. ««..^ T . s .»^.-«.-.^.i^i S25 '88 PONTIAC * Door Sedan ._. ,U-«' *?5 '36 PLYMOUTH 4 Door. New Motor, Transmission Tireg _,_ 650 ALSO 10 OTHER 'S6», '36*, '37s on HAND All Cars Reconditioned and Repainted FRASE MOTOR COMPANY ALL CARS CARRY 30 DAY WARRANTY "E, Highway 13th St. Donna, Texas Hours 8-6, 7-9:30 Permanent University Fund may b« invested In such bonds or notes. "All bond* or note* l»*ucd pursuant hereto shall be approved by th« Attorney General of Texa* and when no approved ·hall bo inooiitettabla," Beo 2, The foregoing Constitutional Amendment fihall be *ub)nlttftd to a vote of the qualified"' elector* of thl* state ftt a special election to be held throughout the state on the fourth Saturday in August, A.D. 1B47, at which election all ballots shall havn printed thorcon: · "For the amendment to Article VII of the Conitltution of the State of Texa», adding Section* 17 and 18 providing for the leavylng of a state ad valorem tax on property In lieu of the present state ad valorem tax of Seven t f c ) Cents for Confederate pensions in ordor to create special f u n d * nece*»ary for the payment of Confederate pension* and for the financing of th« construction and. equipment of building* and other permanent Improvements at *t«tte institution* or hlffher learning, in. the amounts of Two (3c) Cent* and Five (60) Cent* respectively; providing for a Flvo Cent reduction of the maximum allowable stain tax on property, making such tax not to nxceed Thirty (30c) Cants on tho One Hundred ($100.00) Dollar* valuation; providing a method of payment for tho oonntruotlon and equipment of Jmprov*- munts and buildings at the Agrlculturn) nnd Mechanical Colloge of Texan and Tho University of Texas." "Against th« amendment to Article VII of the Constitution of the State of Texus. adding Section* 17 and 16 providing for the levying of a *tate ad valorem tax on property in lieu of th« proient «t*t« ad valorem tax of Seven (7o) Cent* -for Confederate pension* in order to oreat* special funds necessary for the p a y - ment of Confederate pen*ion« and for the financing of the con»truc\tlon *nd equipment of building* and other permanent improvement* at, »tate institution* of higher learning in the amount* of Two 3o) Cent* and Five (Be) Cents respectively; providing for a_ five (So) Cent reduction of thii maximum allowable *tat« tax on property, making eueh tax not to exceed Thirty (30) Cent* on the One Hundred ($100.00) Dollar* valuation; providing a method ·t payment for the ?onstruc4on and equipment of improvement* and building* at the Agricultural and Mechanical Coi- leg* of Texa* a*d The Unlver*lty of Bee. I. Tht .OorMrnor ·***» U«us t^te necessary proclamation' for said election and have the aim* published M required tor MM ·mMMtatton and Iftws «f thto i««U. ^ m ^__ ^ JNe. 4. The *** ot THm. Tbouiand (910,000.00) DollftM, ar M much th«raof ai may · n«i«M*rr. .1* htrabr *P- proprtattd, te »ivr the «·»·»»··« of suoh 6-6-I3-47 *·«·· ta «hip the partner- Holbr«ok and L»wlp K, Knaok, both of r, T«M* uod»r the fin name *f ''Golden.Valley Mnrit Company Cameron Jbwrtr ood»r the firm name »i "vfumpu »wi««r Jwwt Oompany wa« dieeotved bjr'mutual ooneent on the ·ath dar of M*r, 1M7. AST debt* uwlng to the a*ld »M*|MH|gtf? ewe to t* received br th» »»t«i *»*·*** F. HarltoMBi ' RIO · Today and Saturday "MMtfcflMM \ and' "CARAVAN TRAIL" with EDDXE DEAN "WolT Dog' r Ch. 6 Interstate _ Theatre* | flKflDUlCflPITOL HARLINGEN BROWNSVILLE TODAY - SATURDAY SY A WOMAN'S FALSE LOVEI 3FEATURE STARTSt l:M - 3:Jl - 5:32 - 7:3S - 9:34 TODAY - SATURDAY . Trouble Far Three! THE THREE MESQUITEERS -- In -"RANGE DEFENDERS' (Return £ng*«e*nent) ~ FRATUJUE STARTS: t:10 - 1:41 - 5:It - «:« ft:14 - »:46 Today Thru Saturday SAlASff-VP BUSINESS DIRECTORY Th« Sarh Hughston Agency We Insure everything but the hereafter. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Anthony Bldg. Phone U5S REAL KSTATX-LOANft Commercial ~~ R«tld*ntl»I Farma -- Runohen NO BROKKRAC1K - NO KXJfENS L. R. BAKKR · F D UVALKK HarHnttn. Caxa* ~ Fhont N» Brake Service Expert Brakf Service on all makec of car*. Goodyear Service 10th «§c Levee -- Phone OdO EMERSON RADIOS PHONORADIOS RECORDERS BATTKRY SETS Sommera Furniture Phone 674 1906 Adams PARRA BROS. NO. 2 Grocery - Meat* Hardware JYee Delivery Anyplace Phone 1C92 1121' E. Adami Tou'll Be Sold On Ue When We Sole Your SHOES For Quick and Satisfactory Service, Bring Your Shoe* to Central Shoe Shop Washington RUGS CLEANED And Repaired 'By an experienced Armenian artlct 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, 609 C. Levee Phone 1217-M -- 1046 KANDARIAN Rug Expert ATTENTION GROWERS AIRPLANE DUSTING SERVICE Insecticide Sulphur Fertilizer Herman Schreiber, Jr. Phone 1923-M or Willis Implement Co. - Ph. *92 Printing Commercial, job printing, blueprinting. Neatly and promptly finished. THE PRINTCRAJT SHOP 507 9th St. Phone 777 WASHING? Dse HUPFAKER'S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY S^ft Water, Courteous Assistance, Curb Serv 814 Easl 8th AUTO REPAIIUNo All makes of cars and trucks expertly repaired at prices you can afford to pay. FRIEDMANN MOTOR CO. Corner 10th and Levee Phone 105

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,200+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free