The Brownsville Herald from Brownsville, Texas on June 8, 1947 · Page 2
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TiflK BROWNS VILLE HERALD rsunday, June 8, 1947 Local Youth Wins Scholarship To Princeton; Brother To Be Graduated With Honors Monday Charles Went?- Fehrenbixch, honor prfaduaie of Brownsville High School, has been notified by tho M h o l a r s h l p beard of Princeton U n i v e r s i t y t h a t he will on accepted there as a student this coming Ml RCrtiKsu-r." Fehrenbach was granted ft ftc-holarshlp on the basis of examinations he took at Corpus Christi In April--a battery of test* designed to measure Intelligence and accomplishment. He was active In the Slide Rule Club. I n t n - n a t l o m i l Relations Club, fxmgrr I-nallnir nnd more legible than tho old-fashioned bluf print. U. S, Supply Stores 1021 K. Wash. - Ph. 022 arid Science Club In Brownsville High School. During his Junior year he prepared part of the program of a regional mooting of State Junior Academy of Science, read- 'nif his own paper at the meeting. LTTst Pall he was chosen a member of the National Honor Society, cm orKanizatlon which selects Its sLudcnts on the basis of character, scholarship, service and leadership. At present, Fehrenbnch is attending commencement v/eek activities ut Princaon. N. J., where his brother Theodore Fehrenbach will bo graduated with honors Monday. This latter will receive his Bachelor of ArUi Degree In modern languages. His chief interest In sports , was fencing in which he received ii college award letter. He was also elected to the Numismatic Society for voluntary work in classifying 1 rare coins. 'asiazn r . -?3 fl r /.* FRESH (MilDO CSPECIALLY proportioned *·* for th« hatf-»lz« womcm k moko h^r appear tallw.., ilimmer. This wa»hable*, high eoyof, ftno combed lawn clas- we is cwply trknmed wifh deli- eate »yeM embroidery and bvttom a* *· way In sky b4*», orchJd, ood SYLVIA'S SHOP 1245 Eliziibeth ESTABLISHED JN 1914 Total Capital Structure Total Resource* Over $400,000.00 Over $12,000,000,00 THK FIRST NATIONAL BANK has been »«ervin£ Brownsville and commurmity for over 3B year«, owned entirely by local people interested in the welfare and development of this community. We have facilities for handling any si^e loan. i · We welcome deposits, large or small, and have facilities for collecting f u n d s throughout the United States and Foreign nations w i t h o u t delay. This Bank will do for you anything a good Bank should do. rrr I FIRST NATIONAL BANK BKOWNSVILLE "Serving Two Nations-" -- O F F I C E R S -- , J. W. Ffurmrth, President 11. W, Boll, Vice President O, G, Schetvdtif, Vice President I). K. C l i n t , Cashier Chas. Ptick«tt, A*«it, Cnshlfir A. C. Mason, A.s«t. Cashier I n « t i r « n e * Corp. Rio Ornncle City 21 HUUvUfO 21 Moruedos 21 Bl-ownuvllle IB TODAY IN THE VALLEY A* + The Weather WEATHER FORECAST FOB TUB LOWER, IUO OttANDE VALLEY: Partly cloudy and cionllnuod w a r m throiiKh M o n d a y , LlKhL flolllhor.H- y wlnclH lU n l K h t liocomlnff moderate rlnK tho d a y . M a x i m u m temi)onxtui'c today 02 to 00. FO'Jl KA8T TEXAS (EAST OF THE JOOTH MERIDIAN); Partly cloudy and continued warm Sunday » and Monday. Moderate southeast, winds on tho coajit. HiKhBQt Lowest Rain lust 24 .last laat Hour* Nlnht 34 hrs A m a r l l l o ............. 83 6B Atlanui ....... ....... »U TM flla Sprint* ........... flH Brownsville .......... 02 loftKO .............. 76 Corpus Chrlstl , ...... »» 13ol Rio .............. M jcnver ............... oa Duiroit .............. TM Bl Paso .............. 100 Fort Worth .......... »* ouston .............. M JucksonvlHo . . . , ,, ..... »» K u n R n n City ... 80 W arodo ......... 08 16 Memphis ....... S'* 'i New OrleniiB ... 00 7J New York ...... OH ttl Nortll Pintle. Neb. 84 fi» Oklahoma City J»4 . ^ Piltflburgh, I'ti. 88 " St. Louin ............ 00 f i n Ban Antonio ........ *4 '* Shrovenort ........... »2 70 rwnpa ............... 89 80 Washington ......... « 80. 71 74 54 ri ·« .10 .38 1.R9 .01 .01 ,OQ RIVER BULLETIN RIO GKANDE RJVER. Flood Road- 24 2* Inns at Hr. Hr. 7 ft.m. chnir, Rain -2,0 -0.1 0 0.8 -0.2 0 3.4 -0.3 0 -0,8 -0.4 0 TIDES TODAY HlKh: »:18 ft.m. Low 12;10 a.m. aunfliit Today 7;2l p.m. Sunrlno Toctny 6:37 n.m. Barometric proonuro fl:50 p.m. Btxt. 20.07 OFFICERS (Continued from Page 1) be dragged Sunday in an attempt to recover more of the articles. Tho finding of the body and tires filled with water led to the theory that the thieves were interrupted while moving the stolen article!) ftcrosB the river. Cole said that- the boat being used was evidently overturned which resulted in the tires Becoming filled with water. Two Draw Fines SAN BENITO, June 7 -- Slsto Garza Jr. of Primera paid $84.50 damages and a fine of $26 In corporation court here Saturday'on a charge of negligent driving. His case grew out of a collision on Stonger St., at 7 a. m. Saturday Police said the car he was driving struck a parked auto. Jose Gonzalez, 18, WHA fined $20 In connection with the theft of a wheel from a bicycle. City Briefs F.oy Brockeilte, Jr., of the Eastern Airlines, Houston, arrived here Friday'night for a visit with his parents, Mr. und Mrs. Roy Brock - etle Sr M and friends, He will return to Houston Monday. Colonel ami Mri. J. W. Worthington received a cablegram Saturday from their son, Lieutenant Fayette Worthington, with the Far Eastern Air Forces in Tokyo, announcing his departure on June 14 for a visit to Brownsville and other cities in the United States. . . J. M. Terry will be guest speaker at the Business Men's Bible Class to be held at 0:30 a. m., Sunday at the El Jardin Hotel. Grant k. Dorift, 12*7 West Washington St., received word Friday night of the death of his mother, Mrs, W. P. Doris, 84. Mrs. Doris resided at Harrisburg, 111. Mrs, Mckjhor G. Cantu of Houston has arrived in Brownsville to spend two months with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs, J, M, Neuber*er spent last week in Corpus Christi on business. Mns, K, T. McMinn and daughter Eleanor left Wednesday night for a three month's visit with Mrs. McMinn's sister at Vasper, Wyoming, Mr*. Clarence Hendemon *nd Hons, John and Donald recently Joined Moser Sergeant Clarence Q. Henderson of Brownsville at their new home in Albrook Field, an installation of the Caribbean Air Command, Canal Zone, Panama. Mr. anl Mrs. R, G. "Doc" Trenton left last night for Jacksonville, Texas. They will remain there during the tomato season. Cadet Robert E. Velten, son of W, A. Velten of Brownsville was awarded the scientific diploma at commencement exercises hold this week at Riverside Military Academy at Gainesville, On. Mr«, Kdwln II. Wol!«*«m, wife of Brownsville Traffic Officer Wollesen, was released from the Mercy Hospital Friday. She is recovering from a recent illness, Giants Get Begg* NUW YORK, June 7--{/P)--The power-laden New York Giant*, seeking pitching strength to .make their surprise bid for the National League pennant more effective, Saturday traded hard-hitting Babe Young to the Cincinnati Beds for veteran righthander Joe Beggs amid reports that another hot deal for hurling help was on the__nro. EngineersApprove Rio Grande Bridge THAYER, June '7 -- The B, and P. Bridge Company's proposal to construct a pontoon bridge over the Rio Grande here has been approved by the U. S. Engineers, War Department, and has gone to the International Boundary and Water Commission for approval. Secretary A. M. Cain of the company said today 'the IBWC is handling the matter as 1t pertains to the United States and Mexican approval. The company proposes to build Ijhe bridge to replace the ferry that has operated between Thayer and Rio Rico since the ' bridge here washed out during a flood in 1941. Cain said he could' not predict when the bridge would be finished, but estimated the cost at about $15,000. ' . RUSSIA ANNOUNCEMENT To The Public Due io ill Health I have Sold ihe Q U E E N to Jack Smith, formerly of Hrlinge'rt, who will continue to operate it under the same name, and with the same personnel except for myself. I wiflh to thank my many friends for their patronage during the pant 10 yettra and requeat thai; you continue your pleasant relations with tha shop. V Signed--Charles Le« ···'" ··· ··-···· '-- (Continued from Page 1) Communist Vice-Premier Matyas Rakosi as virtual dictator, would encounter underground' resistance from "about hall' the population", but they said there was no possibility of actually ousting the new regime. The Communist coup, they said, was the direct result of the course of events taken in Europe since President Truman first announced the loans of Greece and Turkey. Hungary and Austria, have been the big question marks for the Russians in the broad expanse of their structure reaching from Poland to Yugoslavia. The question mark In Hungary now has been erased, A similar procedure in Austria seemingly would not be so easy. The country -is not occupied by Russsla alone, but by three other powers, the United States, Britain nnd France. This point was punctuated by Washington dispatches quoting au~ thoritative sources as saying the United States government was prepared to abandon peace-making efforts in Austria and keep occupation troops in the country indefinitely to prevent a Communist grab. Rcgarless of what may happen in Austria, however, the long- rumored Soviat-sponsored "Balkan Federation" may be regarded as an accomplished fact, regardless of whether it ia ever formally organized and proclaimed, In Italy and France the Communists lately have been squeezed out of the governments. Many observers believe that Italy may be the next objective in a frontal Communist attack, Demonstrations against "American dollar tyranny" and against the new non- Communist government of Premier Alcide de Gasperi are regarded as the first skirmishes. All week the Communists and de Gaspcrls Christian Democrats have been engaged in clashes at Florence over control of the Confederation of Labor. . Police Records Police records show Ihnl a 17- yenr old boy wns booked nt 2.10'p. m. Saturday for aggravated assault against a girl and released by Assistant District Attorney Clarence Bennett. The girl was listed as complainant, * * + Amador Hinojosn, a 13-year-old Brownsville boy, missing from his home here since May 29, returned Saturday morning from Rio Grande City where he said he and his companion, Roberto 'Bennett, 15, had sought employment. Brownsville officers had conducted an extensive search for the two boys including forwarding of pictures to police agencies throughout Texas and to other states between here and the West Coast. * + * A total of $2.709.92 was collected from parking meters in Brownsville during May, records in the City Hall show. The average monthly collection 'is about $2,700. During the same period $331. WRS collected in one dollar fines, of which most of them were for overtime parking. Other one dollar fines included fines lor parking in no parking zones, parking in an alley, parking too far from the curb, parking on the wrong f5ide of the street, parking out of line, and double parking. * » * Ernesto Cisneros reported the theft of a pair of rending glasses from his automobile recently, and Mrs. Raul Alanis reported the theft of a purse containing $25. 4 ft * Those who paid one dollar fines for overtime parking include, J. M Turner, E. Miller, B. Keith, H. I/Wftll, S. Villarreal, Nick Trcvlno, Jack Bruce, Ed Bartlett, Basllio Castillo, Henry Nixson, C. A, Williams, Mrs. K. G, Buckley. Miguel Guillen, Wlllarrt Move, A. Rennrd, Ventura Lope/, N. Villa fronca Alex Gesshowita paid A like fine for parking out of line. In the symbolism of hera 1 dry, argent;--white or silver--is the color if faith purity. I Lepers nre extremely suscepti- " T.rn^ Mwr^r rnrmot tolerate !ble In tuberculosis. ccsbiveJy high temper.;.urcs. NOW OPEN FEDERAL DRIVE-INN Boca Chicft Road HAMBURGERS - SANDWICHES H O t DOG S ICE CREAM and ICE CREAM DRINKS Featuring- Hygeia Ice Cream TAILOR-MADE MALTS (Made to 1 yoiir orde'r--as you likei 'em DRIP COFFEE Soft Drinks of all Kindt LIMEADE - LEMONADE - ORANGEADE Cigarettes · Candy Bars Ice Cream To Go CURB SERVICE Next to Fctfc'nil ftiitrtorife Co\, OPEN I'tf:0tf A'.W. TO 10V(VO P.l^I. . REAL ESTATE (Continued from Ptvgo 1) Elizabeth street for approximately $50,000. . . George Merfiam Lewis ana Florenc-e H. Lewie, both of Beverly Hills, Calif., owners of the building, sold it to the company. Its legal description is Lot 3 and ad- Joining Northwest 12 feet of Lot 2, ildck 50, original townsite of BrownsVille. Albert C» and Gertrude Mueller, of Cook County, 111,, bought 16,20 acres from Sam L. and Mary Lee V'oyle for $21,500. The property is Ibdated In the Parlcdr subdivision, La Feria fcfftiit, ahd Is described as B.20 adres in Block 16 and NofUi 10 acres In Blodk 17. John Van' Crbnkhite and Donna p Van Ci'onkhlte purchased pi'o- pei'ty fr'om Adams Garden's Inc., a deed at the clerfc'd office reveals. Tiie property, purchased for $20,000, id described as unnumbered lot adjoining Lot 8 on .East side and known as C-fflc'e Lot containing, 2.37 acres, In Adamfl Gardens subdivision "B", j, H, mid -AJthca MoPhoi'son paid H J, Haynes and Lula O'Dean Hrtnyes, (113,600 for two acres in a rtiHubdlvlsion o( Block 3, Survey 297 Stuart Platie subdivision. VALLEY CONCRETE PIPE CO. Irrigation and Drainage Pipe Delivery Anywhere in the Valley BROWNSVILLE Phon* 185Z Phone «92 Watck Tir UhbaUnced wheels, bent axles, misnlined frumci · spell "welcome 1 ' to unwelcome "STHBRINQ WGBULins". Once in your^cftr. they cause excessive wear on tires and steering parts--result in blow-outs, bad steering, ACCIDHNT! Get more SAfn tire mileage by getting a safety check-up and correction on our i n d u s t r y - a p p r o v c d RAR equipment. Thartk Your Rspilr Man For "Th* Accident Thai Didn't TUGGLE-URY MOTOR CO. Authorized Dodge-Plymouth and Dodge Job-Hated Trucks SALES and SERVICE 1021) Levee -- Phone SfiO 7713D AT AZIZ FATHER'S DAY, JUNE 15TH 'Relax your dad in a Shirt JOT* If fore you for choosing Nothing your husband likes moi* tliaii thiru by WINGS. Because . . . they mak« him look and feel welt-dresfted «t all time*! Because . . . they fit without constraint or binding! Because . . . the collar* itay crisp and neat! If you like to see him happy (and we know you do), b« wUe, buy him » few. 2 98 and j The House of Nationally ' Advertised Merchandise Out Sunday Dinner Features : T-BONE STEAK CHICKEN Mashed Potatoes Fresh Yellow Squash Corn on the Cob Salad Drink · Dessert Mr. and Mrs. HOME OWNER! NOW AVAILABLE ROOFING ROLL - HEXAGON - THICK TAB Assorted Colors CATALOG OFFICE 12G8 ELIZABETH ····I PHONK 700

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