Sunday, June 15, 1947

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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - June 15, 1947, Brownsville, Texas KS. Acreage for Sol# McAllen lo Install ll •    Cf    f\    JkK I New street Lights Hurricane reason Opens Monday FOR SALE    .     ,    MCALLEN,    June 14 — Construe- ■ » «n.. on I— Fwmxk Rood, Uo|1 nf & ne „ „ ghtln|[ , ystera for tad or.e-hslf miles McAllen’s business district is slat-nc*;: beast cf JirovmvLie, known ed to becin Monday, A total of 93 ta the *8*i>r MM Property" In- new 6.000 Lumen lamps will be installed over the south side of town teresiwa pa't.r* app in writing and it <s ^oped bv officials thati    ~Wn    Pm     v *witv *o G : be; s A Gv .u ... Inc., rn .]r. v ll m.ske McAllen the best-    fi®    *,    J    A. %!?.? »..??.?    J?.    It Liquidation, c-o Kelleher Hurley lighted city in the Valley. Tile lamps will be built As Weather Bureau Gets Ready Hurricanes, just like straw’ hat#, and the rising currents gain A- Kohlmeyer, 1220 Canal Build, •ng. New Orleans, Louisiana. 46 I manf ul and Loans ployes at the U. S. Weather Bureau •ation at Brownsville are prepar- During the hurricane season special care is taken in recording in how fast it travels, and velocity of winds in the hurricane, it can be pretty well predicted what the dis- PAWNBROKERS LOANS On Anything Of Value 2123 HTH ST. 46. Bukineaa Opportunities DO YOC t»M • «ood Investment re* lumina Set!*’ than Ut?! Kin Bravo Bundist terne of lith A Film belli ta deer tevr. Broei.tr sh* c ne block Item Bridst u Vet et en mc in street Modern. 3 tier* brite SC like'. SO rented Brie# »« OOO W B Prttt or Martin Wetter 411 First Natl Bant. Bice. Tel I rte spun-concrete    foundation withVe     in *     for thc 1947 SPason wh ^ ch    be-    air pressure, temperature distribu- turbance will do. center    of    Hie    light    25 feet    from    Sins    Monday and ends Nov. I.    tion, winds and clouds, and direction Hurricanes. when    they    reach the * (low ilk Tin lights are to be Chances are. there wont be any and changes in winds aloft up to land, begin to dissipate because of arranged in a pattern oi three to hurricanes in this area this season. 20.000 feet. Such recordings astriction encountered in moving over a block The construction is being but Just in the event there should made all over the United States.a solid surface, j done bv the Central Power and be- the Weather Bureau here will Central America, the northern part Oren E, Eddington, manager of Light Company and it is estimated set up a warning system.    of South America, and the island?the U. S. Weather Bureau station ! that the project will require from Included will be special teletype of the Caribbean Sea.    here, said that storms are not 60-90 days for completion.    connections with all stations along First indications of a storm arc considered full blown hurricanes the    coast to Miami. Fla. There    shown by a change in direction of until their velocity    is    75 rn.    p. h. I will    also be special telephones    in-    winds aloft. Bv keeping check on Up to that time,    they’re    tropical (stalled, ready for use in warning the wind direction of the storm.disturbances, j various Valley points of the approach * pf a #torm — Just In case. Ited Stalin In 1933 The Valley has not experienced a bad hurricane since September, 1933. That was the year when the 49. Used Autos for Sale FOR SALE 49. lied Au Un for bale tilt Pontiac coup* tailor loft Oeod lttl-M tee B« Motor Co IMS Buies “Conin •• 4 door sedan Radio on# soot oc**n IIJM) III For* Bromo Phcr.s lait* Lott of transput* rubber int. Phone tiff at Tuaa3e-Ur> 1941    98    Series    Olds mobile 4 door Sedan with Hvdromatic and Radio. 1031 01<DSM0B*L# tor talc Ooud rub!*! ood s.sea Most toll ens»t- 1310 OO Mr Omit Osborn 1Mb N W Bt Charles Cur,    _ fiji La Sail* corn sushis coupe Look •nod. .ha* food tiros, bu* needs so nu mer hor. seal wert A ba rf sin at ISM east, Blvd ll Baratosa En- 1*4:    PLYMOUTH    Special door aodan Like (rem 9 bods lr I-A aor. (llI ion Or I# ti terr CMA throut hf-ut M app - *c late Vtaasonahlr Prir-340 KW levo* Ktroet of Palm uph< 1*11    4 -rondu t JOO loor sedan Y'Irmo-; th i Phone 1H1R nithti O.Hid Fria* MI Pour i seen after Buena Vida rc.B SALE-Ford V I tires Frire *25t Can pm at HIO lath At §C)R BAU CJO*neat IMO Ford censer tibia    in th#    Va!Jar    Car, ba seen at Mi    Eau' Bt    Cbariea loo ta I OO    p in fok ^IMMFTTIATE DBU VERY - ~ 1047 Bu rut e apers Bosdrr st -is 3-door' and    4-doors    a* d    eor.serttble*    1*4' Cadillac*. €3 Sedan* Aodanets. and I #8 EBOr.a is    and    convertibles    gin ’ HOUSE HENRY. 1404 Broad* ay. San Antonio I Teaas Teitphone C-*T>oe Mort than SO of the nation." Wude oils are stilts blo for Jot propulsion 49. I 1941    60 Series Olds mobile Convertible Coupe. |"W or center of the storm passed near this city. Brownsville wa* caught in its full force, which resulted In much loss of property. J The last touch of a hurricane in this area was on Aug. 25. 1945, when many in the Valley boarded windows (and made other preparations In Both Cars Priced to Sell, the event th# 125 rn. p. h. velocity storm should strike here. I Only the edge of the hurricane touched the Valley, bringing high winds and rain. Tile storm formed in the southwest Gulf of Mexico^ moved straight north on the 95th parallel, veered east to Brownsville, swung west northwest past Corpus Christi, and swept inland to take .lives and destroy property at Port I Lavaca. Most hurricane# don’t like the Valley area so well. They prefer (Florida to Texas, as was indicated J in the only storm reported in the (Gulf last Summer. It travelled over Western Cuba ad then headed for the coast of Florida, but It was almost dissipated by the time It reached the mainland. UFO GRANDE MOTORS, INC. 608 NW Elizabeth Phone 1880 50. l ard Trucks for Sale Brownsville Motor Co. 1222 Washington St. Phone 427 CIO’s Hawaiian Fruit Tempts AFL; 3- Way Labor War In Making Chrysler - Plymouth Diamond T Trucks Che Tflrottmsmllc Hrrnlb Sunday, June 15, 1947. Page 19 Donna Pair Faces Rent Charge Suit Frank R. Creedon, Office of the Housing Expediter, through the U. S. Government, has filed suit in the UB. District Court here against Roy ant* Pearl Holley, Box 922. Donna, In connection with alleged overcharger on rental property. The government official alleges that the Holleys overcharged Mrs. E. Bray $10 per month on property alleged to be located on North Eighth St. in Donna, described as Lots 5‘ii. 6 and 7. Block 28. The rental set by the Control office Us $26 monthly, while It is alleged that the Holleys have been chnr<> lng Mrs. Bray $35 for the last seven months. Damages in the amount of $210 is asked by the government, triple the amount overcharged Mrs. Bray. The petition also asks that Mrs. Bray be return the $70 overcharged during the period set forth. THI HCUSi of HIACINO S0N0T0NE OF HARLINGEN PERMANENT OFFICE tlttk R Jaekton    flarllntan Ftiana Harllnaen tab* Argentina Approves Brace As Ambassador BUENOS AIRES. June 14 —(ZP)— James C. Bruce, vice president of the National Dairy Products Corporation, has been designated as United States ambassador- to Argentina to succeed the career diplomat George Messersmith. the Argentine Foreign Office said today. The designation was accepted by Argentina, clearing the way for President Truman to propose Bruce's name to the U. 8. senate. The procedure of asking Argentina's approval was in line witn diplomatic protocol, but it was unusual for a country receiving a new {ambassador to make the ffrst announcement of his selection. Messersmith. credited here with smoothing American relation# with Argentina, will leave Bueno# Aire# June 20. The pro-govemment Argentine press has unanimously deplored Messersmith'# resignation. "Aero-geology" is the name applied to the new combination of the world-wide hunt for oil YOUNG'S REFRIGERATION SERVICE For a complete Un# of Refrigerator Servtca Phone 1849 Announcing Ready To Serve Your Building Needs IMMEDIATE DELIVERY On Standard Precision Built CEMENT BLOCKS Easy to Erect — Economical — Permanent Brownsville Cement Block Co. 7th and Juarez (Under New Management) Visit our Plant. See your blocks being manufactured. SORRY ... NO PHONE CIO’s Harry J. Bridges AFL'# Dave Berk BY HARRY J. LAMBETH HONOLULU, tNEA) — Behind ARMY TRUCK, Ford. '43 model, 6 cylinder. It* ton. Parfait ursa. all attal bod* Id#*! tar haultn* cotton. Inquire at Whitman s Army Store, 620 J lith at. 51. Trailer* for San I KAILER—-14 ft . tl##Pf two '40 000 feet Hca&onablr priced Shamrock Trailer Court. Boca Chica Road__ S< HULT hout# trailer. 26 ft. Butane Electric brakes. Very reasonable Oood condition Carl* Court*. Ban Benito Highway. J. Estep. Auto* for Sale 49. I’sed Auto* for Sale — SPECIAL FOR TODAY 1946 BUICK SUPER 4 DOOR SEDAN $1895 1946 CHEVROLET Aero Sedan, Black, White Wall Rims, Radio and Seat Covers. 1946 CHEVROLET Aero Sedan. Tu-Tone. Radio, Driving Lights. Complete. 1946 CHEVROLET Aero Sedan. Blue. Fully Equipped. 1946 CHEVROLET Convertible. Maroon. 1946 PLYMOUTH Club Coupe. Very Nice. 1946 PLYMOUTH Convertible. Radio, Heater, Spotlights, Plastic Seat Covers. 1946 BUICK Roadmaster Sedanette. Black . . . Fully Equipped. 1946 PONTIAC “8” Sedan Equipped. Maroon. Like w’atrr In bink att Ie. sixth vice president of the AFL teamsters’ union, has announced plans to invade the Hawaiian pineapple fields and try to take over the 7000 CIO pineapple workers. Big Five-ILVVU pineapple negotiations were interrupted suddenly this week when Jack W. Hall, an ex-merchant seaman and now ILWU regional director, an- Coupe. Fully 1946 PONTIAC Grey. ’8” Sedan Coupe. Fully Equipped. 1946 PONTIAC “6” Sedan Coupe. Blue. 1946 PONTIAC “6” Sedan Coupe. Dark Grey. 1946 PONTIAC “6” Sedan Coupe. Tu-Tone. 1946 G.M.C. Pick-Up. 4 Speed Transmission. 1942 DE SOTO “5th Avenue” 4 Door Sedan $1250 1941 CHRYSLER 4 Door Sedan .............$1250 1942 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan ..........$1250 1941 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan ..... $1050 1939 CHEVROLET 2 Dr. Sedan. New Motor $ 795 1939 CHEVROLET 2 Door Sedan ....... 1936 FORD Pick-up ..................... 1937 DODGE Sedan .....  ...    ............ ganging craftsmen and a few minor non-skllled units. AFL membership is not half that of the the rolling surf and sandy beach- ciO’s. The storms start In an area Just that greet hundreds of Hawaii- Mainland AFL organisers sud-north of the equator known as    bound tourists, a first-class, three-    denly    have    awakened to Hawaii’s "The Doldrums." Winds there are    comer labor war is In    the    mak-    l*bor    market.    Dave Beck of    8e- ivery light and move In the same ^ direction, from the surface of the _    .    ..    .. I earth    up    to    a    height    of    30,000    to To the    ryps of * visitor,    the Islands may be the "Paradise of the Pacific,*' but to business and union men, Hawaii has become During    an    extremely    hot    day     ano ther economic battleground, when mere is very little or no    uutil    two weeks ago    the    Ter- movement of the extremely light    tftory’s    "Big Five’’— the    five    maj- air,    thunderstorms    build    up.    and     or concerns that control Hawaii’s hot air, in ascending    into the storms-    economy—and the CIO's Inter-    ^    ^    ^ starts    revolving    couter    clockwise,    national Longshorean's and Ware-    nnunred that the nre^dent of his whirling    Just    like    water    poured    housemen’s Union had a near     plneapple affiliate Robert Moo- dowm a    sink.    monopoly on the labor fight.     klnl waB belnR    ousted. Since    there    is    no    movement    of    They slugged It out through a    M 0 oklnl one    of the few Ha- air outside the whirling current to 79-day sugar strike    and    a 111-day     wallans tp reacb a top spot In speak    of,    the storm    is    not    tom    up    strike of    tuna fishermen. At    the    island    union    picture,    promptly ---moment they're in the midst of 8fttd hf wag joining the AFL and negotiations for a renewal con-    direct    their    campaign to tract to cover ILWU pineapple o r g an j Z c pineapple workers, workers. If the pineapple strike     Jark H;U1 in    the CIO corn er. comes, it is expected in late June,     pu ^ j n an emergency call for the when the peak of the harvest sea-    jl WU international boss, Harry son is reached.    Bridges. He wants Bridges to rush While the CIO, with    its estimat-     berf » help solve the crisis, ed 40.000    members has held    the The Blg    pive - R    Hawa i|    Employ top spot    in the labor crisis,    the er council,    meanwhile, is    patient- AFL has contented itself with or- ly awa iting the outcome of the inter-union tussle. They continue to blast the unions in radio and newspaper advertisements. Although now    highly organised, unionism is still    in its Infancy in Hawaii. For years labor organizations were meaningless. The war brought thousands of mainlanders to the Islands and a demand by Island laborers for a higher standard of living. When martial law was ended, union organization went into high gear. The CIO’s ILWU Jumped out in front by signing 20,000 sugar ; workers; 7000 pineapple cannery and field laborers; 3000 lonshore-men; and another 5000 to 10.000 workmen in miscellaneous Indus-j    tries. With the chief industries controlled bv the CIO. little was left for the AFL. The CIO’s most recent accomplishment was to invade Hawaiian politics with Its Political Action Committee and put union men in the 45 member bicameral legislature. They managed to control half of the seats. in the Territorial House of Representatives and prevent the pas-] sage of anti-labor legislation. WHITE PRINTS Longer Lasting and more legible than the old-fashioned blue print. II. S. Supply Stores 1021 F.. Wash. - Ph. 9*2 BUSINESS DIRECTORY ORCHARD CARE Discing - Bordering Dusting As You Want It Done MAX DREASHER Phone 6012-F-3 AUTO REPAIRING AU make# of cars and truck# expertly repaired at price# you can afford to pay. FRIEDMANN MOTOR CO. Corner 10th and Levee Phone 105 You’U Be Sold On U# When We Sole Your SHOES For Quick and Satisfactory Service, Bring Your Shoe# to Central Shoe Shop 11*6 £. Washington PERF-O-RAIN Lo-Pressure Irrigation Pipe Rain Where Desired And When Necessary A. L. NEWMAN W. CELLUM 1316 Lincoln Phone 537.M ATTENTION GROWERS AIRPLANE DUSTING SERVICE Insecticide Sulphur Fertilizer Herman Sehreiber, Jr. Phone 1923-M or Willis Implement Co. - Ph. 492 695 445 295 EASTERLING & ICI E. Harrison VAN TYNE SALES CO. Phone 1560 Propane Gas Tanks Water Softeners Stewart Warner Radio# Butane Water Heater# HARDIN GAS APPLIANCE CO. Phone 978 The Sam Hughston Agency We Insure everything but the hereafter. BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS Anthony Bldg. Phone 1153 Brownsville HELP - U - SELF LAUNDRY Wet Washings and Dry Washings Done 2901 E. 14th Phone 9564 FRASE MOTOR COMPANY E Highway & I St I St. Donna Texas *47 Ford Super de I uxe, Tudor $2350 *47 Chevrolet Stylemaster, I door ...... $2350 to Ford Coupe. Rat lio • • ••• mmm e e rn $1150 *42 Chevrolet, Radii Si Heater $1375 MI Studebaker “Rn •sidenC Clut Coupe, Radio Si Overdr ive $1175 M7 i door Chevrolet T I ce tm a Ste r” $2450 M6 Chrysler “New ^ orker/* Rac lio Si Heat er. Hydraulic tra nsmission Si Overdrive $3200 M6 Chevrolet "Style master” 4 d our $2200 MI Plymouth tudor, with radio - ♦••#**, , $1250 MI Hudson 4 door t *omrondure “ 8”, Overdrive ......... $ 13 < o Also 20 Moi leis from 34" s to 39’s Covacerich Bicycle Shop New bicycles and suppUc Also repair work. Front of Landrum’# Phone 1676 RUGS CLEANED And Repaired By an 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 a rug expert 503 E. Levee Phone 1217-M — 1046 KANDARIAN Rug Expert Brownsville FRASE MOTOR CO MPA Kl I Java Birthday Parties and Wedding PHOTOGRAPHS Made in Your Home or Church Call SUMMERS STUDIO Phone 815    405    E.    12th    St PARRA BROS. NO. 2 Grocery - Meats Hardware Free Delivery anyplace Phone 1692 1121 E. Adams REAL EST AIK* LO ANS Commo elal — Resider,ttal Farm* — Ranch** NO BROKERAGE ■ NO CX PENSIS L R BAKER * P D HEALER Rees#- Wli-Mond Hotel Bld# HarMnaen. l ex a* — Phone No 400 All ( ars Carry 30 E. Highway & 13th St. Hours 8-6, Phone Warranty Donna Texas 7-9:30 IO WASHING? Use HUFFAKER S SELF SERVICE LAUNDRY Soft Water. Courteous Assistance, Curb Service 314 Ewt 8th    Phone    1993 IO Rules Listed Making Home ‘Skeeter-Proof* AP Nrwsfcature* NEW BRUNSWICK, N. J —If you want to keep your home "mosquito-proof’ this summer, don’t overfeed the fish in your garden pond. Experts at the New' Jersey Agricultural Experiment Station say that hungry fish eat mosquito larvae, but fish full of packaged food allow larvae to grow. The entomologists have issued these IO commandments for mosquito control: 1. Eliminate all standing w’ater. 2. Cover rainbarrels with mos-J qui to-proof screens. 3. Seal cesspools. 4. Drain clogged roof gutters | and flat roofs. 5. Cut up or remove old tires. 6. Tilt wheelbarrows and pails so they can’t hold water. 7. Oil sewer Inlets, cisterns and excavations weekly. 8 Change water in troughs, fountains and oird baths twice! weekly. 9. Empty or crush cans and other receptacles. 10. Be sure that screens fit tightly, that doors open out, and that screen mesh is 16 to the inch, or finer. Mesh sizes of screens are Important. Some sizes once popular, notably 12x12 and 14x14 mesh, have been proved ineffective. Commercial Standard GSI38-47 of the National Bureau of Standards re-j cognizes only 16x16,    18x14 and 18x18 mesh, whether galvanized steel, commercial bronze and cop-| per,    * Of these. 16x16 and 18-14 are ! equal in efficiency in most sec- -  ■    -    —    lions. However, greatest protec- r-.r-.rr.    ^    r    tion is given by 18x18 mesh. with DDT used for mosquito control j R brands per inch in each direction. This is recommended for areas where there are many small insects. And mosquito control men suggest you consider the chimney Its a favorite skeeter highway and should be guarded with fine-»n#*h metal screening. Printing Commercial. Job printing, blueprinting. Neatly and promptly finished. THE PRINTCRAFr SHOP 507 9th St.    Phone    777 Brake Service Expert Brake Service on all makes of cars. Goodyear Service 10th St Levee — Phone 990 EMERSON RADIOS PHONORADIOS RECORDERS BATTERY SETS Commers Furniture Phone 674 1208 Adams I will do less harm to aquatic lift if applied as a dry dust rather than ss an oil solution. The British call a windshield a • windscreen.’’ It takes about 1500 cubic feet of gas per day to heat the average !gas-healed American home. Store, but the ONE giving Ilia BIGGEST VALUES! BRADFORD'S—Not th* Valley’s Largest Furniture ■ I I NOW Is the Right Time To Buy Value and Save on High Quality Furniture at Bradford’s 4 Piece BEDROOM SUITES With FREE NATTRESS SPRINGS AND TWO PILLOWS 139.50 Three Styles to Choose From STUDIO COUCHES These Studio Couches at reduced price are a definite asset to anyone who pay# strict attention to the appearance of their home. There is always room for one more when you own a Studio Couch. 59.50 up r-—    . I rn, I.       ,rf ■    .    r'SF' 'IR* NO TROUBLE AT ALL JUST PHONE 1807 WE DO THE REST LAMPS A large assortment of ALADDIN Lamps are now available, with Whip-o-Lite shades and Alacite base. Come in and see them. We are sure they are just what you have wanted. Now moderately priced at 8.95 Year To Pay on Bradford's Easy Payment Plan Phbne Elizabeth 1807    /    run"'TU.a*    At    Eighth _ "JAe    Spot    of    Quality    _