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Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas • Page 2

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May 26, 1961 4LLEY MARVIN iRi.rv Trxas HIGHEST Another forec tbirtdem alOTC and 12' of a Ime from 30 of Ardmore, Ok la Ark, The Texas a ca for I hijfh i lips northwest tn Flipptn ira extended pn Red Some Porfs Texas Torrential Rains B' I nitod Severe thunderstorm forecasts Torrential rams up to iour were eiiect between 3 p.m. inches flooded sections of Pori and 9 m. for most of East and ArUitrr Thnrsday and heavy Central Texas, and an ft hail and high earlier warning covered an area wj nds reaching 80 miles an hour near Victoria where a tornado hit rolled through the Fort Worth Tuesday. area The bureau warned There was no immediate thttndersiMtD netivitv. mate of damage from the wide- and damaging spread weather nafrakr Tfto in A belt were injured by a freak twt from Waoo.

Tex. to Shreveport, of lightning which smack a high schoo; p.av ground a- The Texas area was bounded Two severe thunderstorm fore- by Texarkana, Forney. Oburne. casts most of East and Bryan, San Augustine and North Central Texas wire ei- Texarkana, feet at the trie The flash flood Pert Arth zr sent water runnmg curb deep through much of the downtown area for fr.e hours. The thunderstorm started at mid-mom me and lasted almost focr hours, fm Snomn oburne tn dumping 4 11 inches at ram and ftnd t0 thp pea-sized hail River ater spilled into a number of downtown business but police was no extensive flood damage.

A mid-afternoon deluge at Fort Worth dumped so much ram in a lCVminute period that wind- broken limbs flosted it the and winds were by the weather bureau at SO miles ar hour Hail measured up to one inch in diameter as the fast- confrrmi with Mexican movine fhurtderjnorm moved from the Fort Worth area toward Dallas. The storm at Fort Worth came from black clouds turned day into night There wa.s an unconfirmed reoort from resident that a tornado was sighted By ttw Uni of hire thunderstorms. 20 miles wide, ex tended 20 souih of The pact dtaojssior or Wichita to Fort Worth and 30. and before that date an- to Sen Saba meet ne will piare tn At Austin. Courtney White.

12. reconcile differences, and either was hoswtaiized in senous oondi- extension of the agree- bon aft-r a lightning bolt hit a m-nt or the bass for a plav at Pearce Junior Rich wtB he made public before then publican opp una a for takmg senators School Another boy was was down but suffered only a minor delegation was head cut. ed bv Jerry Holleman. assistant Police estimated about 100 boys C. secretary of labor.

were on the playground at the -------------------------time the lightning hit about 3:25 A cable ear will ckrr.6 to a peak 11 re at the beginning of a brief near Covllha, northern tfaunderstorm. as a tourist attraction. 11 7 i coon Wm oi nn I V. foftonto Ml Obituaries A KI ASIXSKI in McAllen at 2 p.m. Friday with dren and four great grandchildren House Continued from Page One ntm iroM HOT Word has been received of the the Rev.

Will ram Arnold of the Funeral services will be held items, but exempts food and med- death of A. L. K1 asm ski. G6, in a McAllen First Presbyterian Friday at 2 pm. in the Virgil icine He s'vd if thought it train accident, May 24 Leaven Church officiating.

Burial will be Wilson Funeral Home. Mission. WOuld get through the Legisla- with the Rev J. Herald Hugger, ajso rxPrrip( cloth- p.istor of the First Baptist Church, 'mg costing less than S10. He said Daniel "doesn't like it, worth.

Kans. Mr. Klasinski has been a winter visitor in Harlingen for a number, of jears, visiting in the home of in Pharr Memorial Cemetery. LAI KKF, JAC KSON officiatms. Burial will be in Val- MrALLEN Mrs.

Lwuice Hall ley Memorial Gardens. h.s daughter Nlrs. Ray Reubelt. Jackson, a resident of McAllen Pallbearers will be L. Moore, but he might accept it." i It 11 mottn WARM ut am He is survived by his widow; for the past 17 years, died at the Vernon Ply, H.

Potter, all of four daughters and one son. Also homo of a brother in Aransas Mission, Gene Cheever, E. W. hi- Pass at 6:30 a.m. Thursday.

nard and S. A. Gark, all of held Survivors indude a son, Bill Allen. Jackson of Corpus Christi: moth- er, Mrs. O.

L. Hall of McAllen; MRS. MARIA GITIERRKZ two sisters, Mr-s. Grace Wood of Mam Dolores R. Gutie- McAllen and Mrs, H.

E. Dalton 42 (iiH at her home. several grarnlchildrcn. Funeral services will be May 26 in Leavenworth. Bracero Treaty Negotiations End, But Details Shy MEXICO CITY offi-1 cial delegation conferred th a Mexican government delegation on renewal of the hr a treatv has returned to the United Anrwum'ement the resubs of the ctosed-door discussions will lie made each studies the recommendations of the other s.a*d.

i fOtOC AS! 1 SNOW Q'tssKmm. miziMc fiAiNOistin WEATHER MAP-During Friday, w.dety scattered showers and thunderstorms are expected to develop throughout most of the Atlantic coastal states, as well as in portions of the Tennessee valley and the lower Mississipi valley and vicinity. Showery activity is also store for parts of the central Rockies. Otherwise, generally fair a should prevail elsewhere with skies ranging from sunny to partly cloudy. Cooler air will move into most of the northeastern quarter of the nation while it turns warmer in parts of the central Rockies.

Spotting a few maximum temperatures for today: ami 87, New Orleans 85, Fort Worth 81, Atlanta 78, Little Rock 78, Philadelphia 75 New York City 75, Boston 73, Los Angeles 74, Great Falls 70, Seattle 65, San Francisco 64, Denver 65, Cleveland 54, Duluth 54 and Chicago 55 degrees. MAM EL S. MONTEMAVOR RANCHITO Manuel G. Montemayor of Gala bozo Ranch died of Hobbs, N. and two broth- 1101 W.

Madison, early Thursday at his home early Thursday mom- Hall of Aransas Pass evening and M. W. Hall of Port ara GutierrcZt nativp o( Mex- to the House a prog Ballman told members that the conferees considered a tax program similar to Atwell measure and Senate conferees were cool to the proposal. The House conferees gave up hopes of an immediate compromise Wednesday mghl They mg MrMontemayor had lived in Services will be held in Kreid- ico, had lived in Harlingen for ress report. the area for many j'ears.

He was 'or Funeral Home at p.m. Pit- pajit eigiu years. She was a Ballman said they offered the I1iarn Arnold mornber of the Immaculate Heart Sen-ite a hill similar tn Atwell Survivors include his widow, of the First Presbyterian Church of Catholic Church Mrs. Tomasita C. Mmitemayor; two daughters.

Mrs, Luis Rodri- lawn and Mrs. Dionicio Escamilla; seven sons, Alberto, Manuel. Ramiro, Ruben, William and Gustavo. officiating Burial will be in Rose- KELI.S KLT1NS PHARR Kells Elvins, 47. former resident of Pharr.

un- gen; that was coupled with a two-fac- Sunuvors include her husband. Jose Gutierrez; daughter. Maria tor fram'hise tax for- Dolores Gutierrez; six brothers, mula, a $10 deductible general Jesus, Justo, Oscar. Tadeo and tax similar to one killed a Manuel Rodriguez, all of earlier by Senate, and a gen- and Ramiro Rodriguez of eral sales tax offset with "plenty Rosary was recited at 8 pm. expectedly in New York City Reynosa; and a sister, Mrs.

Con- o( business Senators re- Thursdav in the family residence. Thursday Funeral services are scheduled A native of Elvins. he came for 4 p.m Catholic Ca la bozo Friday in Ranchito to Pharr from St. Louis, in p.m. Friday in the family ception R.

Galv an of Harlingen. fo the plans, Funeral services will be at hp Mission, with bunai 1932. He resided here for 20 ymrs. donee, followed by religious sorv- dpath as a Cemetery. Mr.

Elvins was a captain in the ires in the Immaculate Hejirt of at the Harlingen Amngements are by Giifiin- Marines during World War II. He Mary Catholic Church. Thomae funeral directors. Blakley Vs Tower cashier at the tt Waterworks, received his B. A.

Degree fi will be in Loma Linda the University of Texas, his A Cemetery. Arrangements are her husband, RODOLFO TW ERIN A from Harvard University where the Garza Funeral Home of Har- of Harlingen; two PHARR Rndolfo Tijerina. W. he majored in psychology. He was lingen.

r. died Mi'wiay at his home in Pharr, a free lanee wrtfer, and i 'L-fl I Revno Is widow, film script writer. CLAl DE WH I.IAM MORAN of daughter, Mrs Mar- Survivors include his widow. RAYMQNDVILLE Oaude J'ox of Senator Defends Campaign Right, Lashes At Rival LUBBOCK (UPD U. Sen William Blakley defended himsell Thursday night acainst criticism for heme absent from the Senate Weather FORECAST Ptrtiy nid w.th wirte!) ii hi- Fnrtay and S4 to a ng cosst ta 72 in arwt to in BAROMETKR And TlQKS ln a and 1:12 16 a rr And 6 iS rt, 3 im a and 1:34 pra a and 6.SS p.m.

Refund Salary As Part-Timer, Tower Demands Survivors include his Mrs. Ofelia Tijenna; a daughter, F.lma; two sons. Joel and berto; three brothers phael and Isidro and tw Victoria Salinwh and Avelina Gara. York, and his mother. Mrs.

or RAYMQNDVILLE Mimi Elvins of New York; William Mnran, 59 died in his ter, Mrs. Vernie Payne of Victor Ra- one son. Peter of home south of Ravmondville Wed- hra Avarv of wo sisters, one daughter, Theodora. New nesdav morning. Floyd Addie A vary of Columbus, Mr.

Moran was June 14, ing the Panhandle and Sou Plains by appearing on a pan moderated by House speaker Waggoner Carr. PillT S9L6 PIUS TAX $5.00 Now Is the ONCE A VF.AR TIME TO SAVE BIG on ihe BIG pint-sise Bonne Bdl TEN SIX LOTION Louon is the one cleansing and corrective cosmetic that helps your skin to complete natural beauty, it clears skin blemishes with immaculate deep cleansing and healing medication originally a doctor's prescription, W'hy not order ho pints at our special annual sale price? campaigning. Blakley said he thought the people were "going to aeoord me the privilege of campaigning-part of the time, "If it is wrong to Blakley said, we assume that it is right for my opponent to have two or three senators com mg down here and campaigning for I 5 10 a.m. Suniet HI 15 Kit Amarillo 55 Tt N. K.

1 73 4, Connu ChniU 91 74 owm 57 Denver 5T 49 50 Duiufh 52 1 1 Fort Worth irtmien 7.1 SS iw Cit.v 'M 75 1 AnfplM ...........7 n57 Mfxjeo Clly 1 62 Visa ss75 Midland ...........57 Mentir rry inn 72 Sfv, Ortiaiw Jiw Yerk Oklahoma City 74 an PhnfP Si 77 54 Suit City 53 San Antimi'1 92 71 SauK 39 54 62 Funeral services will he held Kells Santa Barbara. 1901 in Maud, Okla. He was mar- of Harlingen and Friday at 4 p.m. in the First Calif. His father, Politte Elvins ried to Leola Kuykendall San wald Pavne of Fort worth, a Baptist Church of Pharr with the died in He was a S.

Con- Benito, on Sept, 1950. ar; ra Rev. Pablo Flores officiating gressman from Missouri. He was a resident of Willacy and fen grandchildren, tary graveside services will be Funeral services will he con- County since 1929 when he moved uneral senices will be conduct- held in Guadalupe un- ducted Friday at 3 m. in the here from Oklahoma.

"-v Rev, John Wilder at dex the direction of the De tfeon Skinner Funeral Home Chapel Survivors include his widow, Pm in the Ki'eidler- FREEPORT, rex. (UPD Re- Home. with the Rev. W. W.

Stewart, pas- Mrs. Leola Moran, Raymondville; Ashcraft chape! Burial will be tn publican John Tower told a cam- jtor of thp church, offi. two sons, Billy Joe Moran of Combes cemetery, paign rally in the Gulf Coast area MRS. MARY SMITH dating. Burial will be in Valley Edinburg, and And rev Moran, Pallbearers will be Nat Groves, night that interim U.S.

McALLEN Mrs. Mary Petrie Memorial Gardens Ravmondville; a daughter, Shir- Reynolds, Col. Sen William Blakley sh uld re- Smith rPSKlent ai Ajarno anfi lev Moran, Raymondville; a vin Runyon Cecil Carruth fund part of his salary to the gov- for 5 15 years, died GEORGE T. brother, two sisters, hvo step- Clark and Douglas Reynolds, emmont because has been at South George T. daughters and six grandchildren, i attending all at 7:30 am.

Thursday. 76, died Thursday morning in the Services will he cMvtnrted by. Tower 1 k1 had been a native of Dundee, Scotland. M. D.

Anderson Hospital, Houston, the Rev. James Boyle and the Magnetos absent from tuo Senate 70 per Mh Smith had previously resided where he had been for the past Rpv- Virgil Burress at 2 Fri- I cent of tho time thi5- 'tn jn Detroit. Mich, and in two weeks, day in the Duddlesien chapel, MRS. MABEL LUCILLE MARTIN Mrs. Martin 49.

I Thursday in a local Mrs. Martin was bom in Har- Space Continued from Page One Barry Goldwater of Arizona on behalf of Republican John Tower, Blakley won some GOP support of his own Thursday from Pampa Mayor C. iGenei Sidwell. ho said he had been a life-long Re- the program would cost $7-19 dio." publican. Other cities in which lion over the next five years but Blakley spoke were Borger and said it was better not to go at Amanilo.

all than to go halfway. single space project in this period will be more exciting, or more impressive, or more im- challenged Biak to donee, Rhode Island. He had been ill for several Burial will be in the rebate the Trra nv' un- She is survived by two months Mr. Pearce had been a Cemetery. i earned sa'ary he has ters, Mrs.

Howard Lam be of resident of the Mid-Valley for the -r Referring to the senator re- Phnrr and Mrs. Raymond Lnmhe past 21 years. cent sale of stock in an airlsne, of Alamo; hvo granddaughters, Survivors include one son. ow 'd said Blaklo-. iH Mrs, Charles Weekly of San Re- ell, with whom he lived at 4.1 fund from his rccmt windfall of nito, and Mrs.

Robert Schupp of Continental Drive; one brother, died early oi $13 million the unearned portion Weslaco; and six great grandchil- Albert of Collinsville, two hospital. 4, of his salary as a semi tor." dren. sisters. Mi's. Rena Cunningham, In a television add Twer Funeral services will he eon- Whitesboro and Mrs F'annie Hall, lmgen and had been a lifelong directed questions to a rpty duofed at Kreidler Funeral Home Shawnee, Okfla hvo resident here At the time of her I chair which he said was 'vm- bolic of Bill Blakley.

The Republican candidate asked I if it was to accept full-time pay for doing a part-time job." i Tower planned to campaign Friday Houston, and go fo Dallas i Friday night for a television ques-! tion-and-answer session. His campaign headquarters said' 'Tower would answer A phoned to him at the stu- fVmiplete Stork! Fartorj AuthwlffHl Service FAIRBANKS Inside I HOFF Serv. Inc.1 313 Commerce fNorth Half Bkig.) Race Continued from Page One portant for the lonc-range explor focal of the two-week-long ation of space, and none will he controversy; so difficult or so expensive to ac- Generi Robert Ken- nedv anma.inced withdrawal of 300 an Ala- complLsh," he said For Speedup of the R00 U.S. marshals he sent Continued from Page One Ian injunction issued by bama state court. Guthman said 1 Dist.

Judge joyj, u.S. plans had into Alabama after violence. Frank Johnson asked the depart- a man on moon rioting ami marked the ment to take part in the case as thp par)y "freedom riders" appearance in a of the President proposed to speed that state. In another development, the Up by three or four Gov. Ross Barnett Senate wrangled for an hour years, a news conference in Jack-! over a resolution dec, a ring sup- The President also told the poo- json ins st segregation and port of Kennedy? ac.

planned to meet with other laws are valid until repealed 1 tion in the freedom rider eon- Premier Nikita Khrushchev and that iolators would troversv finally sidestepped a Vienna June 3-4. He said ho to be arrested. He renewed his vote on fHe measure. anted to, make it clear that this promise to preserve order ind The resolution would endorse country seeks both peace and prevent violence in Mississippi, the President efforts for freedom and looks toward the day Gov. John Patterson, tion of individual in the when shall not lift up commenting on the new said state authorities escorted the first batch of freedom out of Alabama Wo ines day to ease unrest He said tho BEFORE HAVING GLASSES FITTED tense rider test of bus svvoirl against nation, neither travel in the South If was co- shall they learn war anymore." sponsored by Sens Jacob K.

Jav- Tho chief recom- ifs, and Paul H. Douglas, mendations: D-PI. Space: Besides the $531 million state did so after receiving They said states must man-on-the moon request. he surances they wanted to leave learn that constitutional ngh's sought additional! appropriations Alabama, that they would not must be protected op- of $23 million to speed develop- return, that others would not come pononts charged thatt he measure ment of the Rover nuclear rocket hoi'e to cause new unrest. He, would be a punitive slap the that someday may carry man to said the state was not faoe for incidents worse the ends of the solar system; $')0 to escort invaders all over some that occur in other sections million more for communications Alabama to permit them to fla- of the country.

satellite development; and $75 grantly violate our laws and cus- Onc Southern senator James million for weather observation Ask yourself these 3 questions Violated Agreement Patterson said the secorwl yJ; (), F'rftstiand, charged in satellites. a Senate sjjeech that the bus Defense: An additional $1(10 rides through the South were lion ffir the Army to buy new of freedom riders against of the Communist move- helicopters, new armored the urging of the United States ment in the States," nel carriers and new howitzers, attorney general and violation These ate designed to provide of our agreement." new mechanized divisions in Eu- State Adjutant General Henry V. and new airborne brigades Graham offered Thursday's group in Europe and the Pacific to meet the same armed convoy provided Taverns and liquor stores may any or indirect threat," for group. The remain open Saturday, the day of He sought no increase in Army voy would have includ'd 50 the special runoff election, Liquor manpowei but asked for an addi tiorral Guardsmen and highway Control Board agents said Thurs- tional $HU million to patrolmen with instructions toes- 1. 2 No Saturday Closing For liquor Stores 3.

remember, beauty begins with authorized strength of the Ma rines from 175,000 to Foreign Aid: Citing recent be closed onlv rvn state primary events in Southeast Asia, he en arrested at and general election dates. On sought an additional $Jj0 millimi Montgomery Thui'sday were tho those dates tlvw may not open for his special emergency fund. Revs. day. Stevenson said state law re- that such establishments eort the group to the Mississippi border.

In addition to Maguire, tho sev- Gaviord Nov oo and i I Where can I go and be sure my priceless eyes are thoroughly and scientifically examined by a competent Doctor of Optometry? Where can I go and be sure of the exact prescription my eyes require for clear, comfortable vision be sure that nothing will be left out for the sake of "cutting Where can I go and be sure of a reasonable price for dependable Optometric service, yet not so low that quality is secondary? FINEST QUALITY Single Vision GLASSES Walgreen Agency 124 W. Jackson HARLINGEN DRUG until the polls are closod feet itch? hit with JIM WADE Foot Stop itching, jwtofing, foot odor and of ordinary athlete'i foot. with guarantee Ot all This raised the fiscal 1962 foreign Ham Coffin, both Vale University economic aid total to 65 billion, religion professors and George He also asked Congress to raise B. Smith, a Negro and a student his original $1 6 billion budget re- at the Vale University Law quest for amis aid to SI.885 bil- School. lion.

He proposed an increase in appropriations for the U.S. Infor. Also David Swift, Hke Maguire a religion professor rd Wesleyan mat ion Agency to a nevv total of University at Middleton and Clyde Barter and Jones who prom- are Negro theological studi at University at $121 million Domestic Feonomy: to submit his manpower re- Johnson C. Smith training program, the President Charlotte, N.C. gave no cost estimate.

However The leaders arrested were the he said that while the recession Revs. Ralph Abernathy, Fred had been halted and recovery is Walker and Bernard Lee At- under way. the countrv must at- lanta student leader in the tnte- tack the social evil" of gration movement. All were charg- chionic unemployment, TEXAS ST ATI OPTICAL IS THE ANSWER TO ALL 3 QUESTIONS. ATT SO THE EXPERIENCE OF 3 MILLION EYE EXAMINATIONS IS PROOF OF DEPENDABILITY Directed by Dr.

S. J. Rogers, Dr. N. Jay Rogers, Optometrists -NOW TWO VALLEY AREA OFFICES- HARLINGEN McALLEN 105 E.

Jackson 317 So. Main GA 3-1709 MU 6-5721 Across the Street from As low as Complete With Frame, Lenses And Examination PAY $1 WEEKLY FINEST QUALITY Precision-Fitted CONTACT LENSES $65.00 Complete with examination Formerly Priced at $99 00 Cost as much as $125 to $185 ELSEWHERE CONVENIENT CREDIT ed with breach the peace. i OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY a i.

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