Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas on February 6, 1953 · Page 6
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Valley Morning Star from Harlingen, Texas · Page 6

Harlingen, Texas
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Friday, February 6, 1953
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é - V«f!«y St«f, Priétry, P»brwiry 4, tfff Paschall Heads Red Cross Drive Fred Paachull of HArlingen. appointed IMS f^ind Campaifn chair- w«i of the Wett Cameron County ch ipter of the American Red Croat, according to L. L. Hailey, chapter chairman. The appointment wa* made during a meeting of the directora of the Weat Cameron County chapter. Thureday afternoon. Among other mattera coming he- fore the board. Earl Oriaham. director from Santa Roaa. appointed Mra. Amoa Todd the Santa Roaa drive chairman. Joe Gavlto. director from La Ferta. will appoint a drive chairman for the La Feria and Santa Maria area; and Orlan Stoval, San Benito branch chairman, will appoint a drive chairman for the outlying territory of that area There mil be no formal Red Croaa Fund drlvea in Harlingen or San Benito aince the Red Cronn iMII participate in the United Funda oi theae citiea. Ike To Hold First Press Conference WASHINGTON. Feb {W-UP J Preaident Elaenhower will hold hia^, fir*t White Hotiae newa conference next week, preaa aecretary .famea C. Hageriy announced Thutaday. Presumably it will be held Thura- day although Hagerty said he could not yet name the day. Thuradayii haa been the cuatomary day for I prealdential newa confefencea for m number of yeara. Hagerty .said he probably will have to “flip a coin" to determine , whether the Prealdent'a firat meet-,| Ing with the preaa will be in the morning or afternoon After that, the conferencea will be held alternately morning and afternoon on what Hagertv haa aald will be a weekly baala The Preai- dent u1ll be open for queatlomng following the practice of Prealdenta Rooaevelt and Truman. County MOD Drive May Net $40,000 Cameron county donationa to March of Dimea ara expectad to be “upwarda of $40,000“. according to Jack Skagga, county chairman. Harlingen donationa Thuraday were at the $12.800 mark, with a number of Iron lung banka atlll out, Stuart S. Jennlnga. chairman, aald. In I.a Feria, $2.900 haa been contributed under the leadership of Jame.s Smith, and in San Benito with Don A. O'Connell, chairman, contributions add up to .ti.k.V), with prospects of tha final total being $4.000. Manny Sanche*. chairman for the drive In Brownavllle, reported 114.842 collected. City Now To Charge Fee For Certificates Services ones performed free of charge by the city will now be a source of revenue. At the request of aty Secretarv' Frank Lucas the city commiaaion passed ordinances Wednesday night authorizing feea for birth registra- Ilona and certificates, death certifi- catea and tax certificates. Tha city had charged a fee 60 centa for birth certificates only according to Lucas, The new ordinances set up fees ©f $1 for tax certlflcatea. and 80 canu each for the others The Los Fresnos Church Schedules Revival LOS FRESNOS. Feb. 8 —- Tha “•/•Graves Darby, blind evangelist from Waco, is conducting a First ^ Z vf TS«nito First Bapt.« church 1> the «rvlce., berlnnlnf at -« ? ev-emng services at 7:30 held daily and will continue through Feb. 15 . Feb. 19 , there will be a workers conference in the church. revival is sched- between March 19 and March 20. Mrs. Edna Long. W'orker, will conduct the reviv'al. Alamo Man Is Fined On DWI Charges EDINBURG, Feb. 8 - Orui Rodriguez, 89, of Alamo pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while in- toxlcated In Hidalgo county court ’^«rsday and waa fined $80 and costs. «5,* ™ »reused of being drunk while driving a pickup truck belonging to hia employer. Jimmy Morin. Wednesday afternoon. i India haa demonstrated that mango seeds make good cattle fodder. New Delhi reports. (AdvcrtttcmtBt) “Montiily Pains” stopped or oinozingly retieved la s Mit •# 4 MSM In laaHl • Chances ara you're putting op •— «aneceaaari/y—wlth the fun^onally pwlna, cramps and weak, “no good feelings of menstruation I ^ ^7 doctors, Lydia rakham 8 ^mpound Ixrought com- pteie or sfrUrtii^ relief from suoh dls> •reas in 3 out of 4 of the cases t LydU Plnkham*« la modern 1« iumetkm f ® Plnkham'B Vtgetabl# Tablet* Mided Ipoa, 8## If*—tAken Oinvitaph toe month—it does&'t five relief »^ backache«. Jltwi*ilheli fSl i better be for a and during your period! ! functional "hot aasnes of “change of life.” find out lenderful Pinfchem't u for that, too! 11 bee a eeietlag etmei am ■ teriae eoRiractlaaa «lal i tel 1 V<,n.y MomlhB Sfor, HorflnBm, Wdoy, Hbnnry *, IM* - f o SHOP AT HOME IN A HOME OWNED STORE! IMI fl fl iiyi JP j^SP JP Pricos Effoctivo Friday and Saturday Feb. 6 and 7 LAUREL PARK SHOPPING CENTER HARLINGEN Open Week Doys ond Sundays 9 A.M. to 9 P.M. - Friday & Saturday 8:30 to 10 P.M. I I CHICAGO.^ PHOOEY! Newspapers and radio stations got all excited recently when dropping meat prices sent Chicago house- Wives charging into stores in a buying spree. Guess Chicogo just has better press agents thon we do, tor we beat those Chicago grocers to it by a good wide margin. And no one got excited about our price-cutting not even the Harlingen housewives who flocked in to get the best meat at the lowest prices they hod been offered in years! know we ot the Minimox Foodliner always offer the lowest prossible prices, thot we wont only a reasonable profit, unlike some big food outfits who're out to moke every penny the market will beor. . You think meat prices ore not down? Our U. S. choice T-bones ore 79c o lb. A month ago they were 1.23. Come on out ond see for yourself how your Minimox Foodliner is helping whip the high cost of living here. RUFUS SAVAGE, Operator. PETER PAN-12 OZ. VO Lb. Can P-Nut Butter 37 TEXAN ORANGE JUICE MARYLAND CLUB COFFEE Pound 85^ YARBOROUGH'S COFFEE • »I»»-* 46 Oz. Can Large Box 27 1«' OS ainw Eyeryo!;£ CHOICE coo Enioy If Goodiiil^l Beef o* Hew CAMPBELL'S Tomato Soup SUN GOLD OLEO LWOOUIE U.S. heavy beef U.s heavy CHOICE SwLojn -Bone lb lb, CHOICE heavy beef heavy CHOICE heavy beep STE AR CHOICt prime RO AS BEEP rib r UFAP RO AST LB. STOKELY'S _ NO. 2 CAN Sauerkaut ■■■■■»■«■■■Hi PATIO - NO. 2 CAN CHILI KOUNTY KIST - WHOLE KERNEL CORN 2 12 OZ. Cans 33 Pound 19* MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing Pt 31 ALABAMA - DILL OR SOUR PICKLES Quart 27 8UNCHC, LB. LB, j. S. CHOICE square CUY gOASt lb lean U.S. CHOICE- Groun dBeei Short heavy beef Ribs SLICED JADE-ITE BOWLS wrfb eoch purchase of TOWN CRIER FLOUR 1 Bowl with aoch 5-fb. or 10-lb. Bog 2 Bowls with ooch 25-lb. Bog 4 Bowls with each 50-fb. Bog JELLO 3 FOR 25 lb . cello ROlbtO • IB. IB, QUART Patio, Maxicon Style No. 300 Con BEANS 2 FOE 25c Vx Ib.ofi*«^. ^ CLOVERBLOOM "99” MARGARINE PRii of extra cost 4% WIM . when you buy VA Iht. ' DIAMOND MATCHES 39c CTN. Gebhordfs No. 300 con Moxicon Style BEANS 2 FOR 25c COMET RICE LBS. 43c BLUE BONNET Margarine 31c POUND HYGEIA MILK Qt. 28c Gal 56c HOLSUM BREAD 23c LBS ....... SKINNER'S Macaroni or Spaghetti lie DRUG FEATURES COLGATE-GIANT SIZE DENTAL CREAM 39 50c SIZE JERGEN'S HAND LOTION 39 NORRIERIU^ ^ TISSUE 3 for 25' 29 BUNCHf' 80 COUNT 2 27 300 COUNT •S. No. 'OaHo fresh OSS 10 ""Mi Bronci JUlC£ 35 St. Josoph's ASPIRIN 10c Autfox Thro« Minuto Krispy Tondor Leaf CHILI OATS CRACKERS TEA WITH OQ- BEANS....... OOC 3 LBS. 37c Lb. Box.... OOC va IB .....35c Morten's INTOMOIOOIST - Richard D. Griffith haa boon oppointed otaoclato county ogont-onto- mology, to torvo Camoron, Hidolgo and Willacy countiot. Ho roplacos A. N. White, who roiignod to accept a position in Mission. Griffith assumoa his now duties Mondoy. Plane Factory Begins Moving To Edinburg EDINBURG. Feb. 8 - A apokaa- man for Regent Arcraft, Inc., aald Thuraday that the firm waa In tht process of moving all its operations to Edlnbuig and that it might employ 2.800 pemona in the Edinburg area within two to three years. William B. T. Simmons, who spoke before the Edinburg Rotary . club Thuraday. said ground would I be broken on the firm's new plant j here within two weeks. It will bo located adjoining the Edinburg Municipal airport. The firm began moving into a suite of offices in downtown Edinburg Thuraday. Simmons said the plant ahould employ from 1,000 to 1,280 persona i within two yeara. He aald tha pay. roll would be doubled if the company gets a government aircraft contract. Bida are atlll being accepted tot work on the new plant, Slmmona aald, but he waa sure work would get under way within two weeks. He aald Regent had been aelllng atock in the Valley and In other areaa. So far more than half of the flrm’a goal of $100,000 worth of atock haa been sold, ha declared. Simmons estimated It would take from 60 to 90 daya to put up the plant, but said that some production would atari well before the structure la completed. He said operations had halted at the company's Pearland. Tex., plant and all equipment would be moved to Edinburg. Two Men Charged With Felony Theft iJi FERIA Feb. 5 Joee M. Garza and Abarista Robles wrero charged with felony theft In the court of Justice of the Peace Nell Hawk, Wednesday. I ! The men were picked up Tuesday night on suspicion of driving while Intoxicated, theft of three tires and a power mower w'hich were In the car being driven by Garza. Wednesday morning the loss of three tirea and a pow'er mower from the garage of Ted Akin, La Feria. was reported to Deputy Constable Pablo Lopez, who already had the property and two men in custody. ! In filing charges against the men 'it waa discovered that Garia lack- jied only a month of having completed a five-year suspended sentence for theft c' radios from tha Claude Denson’s of La Feria. Hollywood Milliner I If Fatally Burned I HOIXYWOOD, Feb 5-UP-A man Identified tentatively as hat designer Keneth Hopkins, one of the film colony’s most noted milliners, was found dead Thursday in a fire that destroyed his apartment. The sheriff’s office was almost certain the dead man was Hopkins. about 55, who lived alone in the West Hollywood apartment. He was believed to have burned to death, Hopkins, who designed hats for many of the screen’s leading glamour stars, operated a hat salon in Beverly Hills. He staged an annual exhibition of his hats each Easter season. More than 393,350,000 pounds of critical metals were recovered by the Navy’s conservative program in fiscal year 1952, MACARONI SPAGHETTI NOODLES sure ■GO Buy Skinnsr's Mocaroni . . . it's tnridiMl with htoHh-sivinf vitamins that help bwid sfrong hodiw ond prtvtnt fatigue^

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