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   Brownsville Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 29, 1950, Brownsville, Texas                               FACE 2 Automotive JUST ARRIVED BRYANT JACK BRYANT MOTOR CO, Across From Firestone Aff.er traveling over the State of Texas we have managed to bring to you the cleanest stock of late model used cars that you can find in the Rio Grande Valley. For those of you who are unable to come by during week day hours, we will be open Sunday from 2 until 5 p. m. for your convenience. Here is a partial list of the cleanest, late model stock of used cars in South Texas: 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe 4-door Power Glide, radio heater, white walls, 1500 miles and other extras' under 1950 Pontiac (6) Silver Streak 4-tioor Chieftain De- luxe, sun visor, seat covers, heater, miles 1949 Ford V-8 Custom Convertible, short-wave radio, heater, seat covers, 1949 Chevrolet Aero 2-cloor sedan, radio, heater seat covers 1949 Chevrolet two-tone, white walls, club coupe, radio, 1949 Chevrolet 2-cloor, sun visor, spot ligrht. 1949 Ford V-8 2-door, radio, seat 1948 Pontiac Streamliner Deluxe, 4-door, loaded with extras........................... 1948 Dodge Custom town sedan, radio, heater, white 1948 Ford Super Deluxe V-8, 2-door, seat covers, new tires...............................5995 1948 Ford Deluxe V-8 2-door, seat 1947'Chevrolet Fleet Master 4-door, radio, heater seat covers...............................5995 1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe 1947 Mercury Club Coupe, lots of 1946 Mercury Club Coupe, more extras than the above unit 1946 Plymouth 1940 Ford V-8 (85) Deluxe 2-door, radio, seat covers................................. 1936 Ford V-8 1930 Model A Ford 4-door, new radiator in back seat.................................... ?195 COMMERCIAL UNITS 1950 Chevrolet ton 1946 Chevrolet V-: ton 1947 International ton We have an additional 10 or 12 which are not listed up. If you are looking for a late model used car, we have it. 1-3 Down Up to 21 months for installments. Don't delay, your neighbor might buy the car of your choice today. We will be open Sunday afternoon. BRYANT BETTER BUYS JACK BRYANT MOTOR CO. Dial 2-7622 Across from Firestone THE BUSY LITTLE LOT Pontiac 2-door sedan, radio, heat- er, new paint, seat '50 Studebaker ton pick-up low mileage, like new S1495 "47 Plymouth 4-door sedan, new paint, cheap at r46 Chevrolet 4-door ra- dio, heater, new paint S1095 '46 Plymouth Club Coupe, ra- dio, low mileage, only Ford 2-door sedan, new paint, low mileage SS95 "U Studebakcr Champion 2-door sedan, overdrive, scat cover? only.................... Buick special 4-door sedan, heater, plastic scat cov- ers, a buy at '40 Studebaker Champion 2-door sedan. Good gas mileage, only '41 Chevrolet 2-door sedan, in condition 5445 '40 Buick 4-door sedan, radio, heater, a buy at....... 5195 Chevrolet 2-door sedan, a. good fishing car........ 348 W. Elizabeth TUGGLE MOTOR CO, Cars STUDEBAKER Trucks Ph. 2-4373 If You Can't Buy a New Car, Why Not Buy a Good Used Car? Are Good Used Cars Army Tractor L-Zephyr 1939 Buick _____ 1946 Buick Sedan 3948 Buick Sedan 1940 Chevrolet Truck 5 850 175 51450 s 1946 Chrysler New Yorker S1150 275 375 Chrysler Windsor 194T Chrysle; 4-door 3946 De Solo 4-door 1926 Dodge Sedan Dodge Pickup 1937 Dodge 4-door Dodge Sedan ___ W3? Ford Sedan 550 1940 Fo-d Convertible 450 3SU Ford Coupe s 550 :U2 Ford Pickup 450 193U Plymouth 4-door___S 150 1933 Plymouth Sedan S 350 Plymouth Conv. 1941 Plymouth Sedan 550 1947 Coupe 1947 Plymouth 51155 1IH6 Oldsmobile Sedancttc 1947 Pontiac 4-door T- ,'w MOTOR CO. East Washington Dial 2-5666 Bid Opening THE .mgWNSVgJLEHMALp. BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 1S5 1S50 Is Postponed Valley Deaths And Funerals BKEN'T H. PINXELL MISSION Body of Brent Hall of for ,onstruction I of an estimated bridge at the of the Port Brownsville postponed until Home to Kansas, for services and burial. Mr. Pinnell died of a heart at- tack about p.m. Thursday as he played golf on the Shary Municipal Golf Course here A Physician said death was caused by a heart attack. Mr. Pinnell a retired banker o'S had been liviflg >n Palms Motel several From The PubHc Record road ahve been Oct. 17. The bids were originally sched- uled to be opened today, but the county commissioners' court in a special session authorized the coun- ty engineer to re-advertise for bids on the bridge. Reason for post- ponement awn given as the inabil- ity to secure steel at the present' lime. According; to En-inem'T D. T. Dozier. the county will fur-! ______, rush the steel for construction of I Mrs. Mary M. sous 73 were held the imrJge. The bridge, which Thursday with burial will be no ftct long and 38 feet Joya Cemetery ln wide will be built across the Hy- f Mrs, Solis postmaster here diocol intake channel at the end! 20 years until she retired fiw of-the road, it xvjjj be used most-1 ago. Bom in Brownsville machin- attended Incarnate'Word Col- connecting Port She was the sheriff Of Weather 21 Hour Amarillo go Atlanta BROw.vsiviLii' Ch'caso.............. 72 Corpus Chrlsii 33 Del Rio 90 Denver Des Moines Detroit ?1 Paso Fort Worth Houston 70 Mo. j.Memphis r >1ARV M LA JOYA Funeral rites for road [Brownsville and Port Isabel. _ lit' action was taken by Hldaigo County and siate V'U-nv.il U V ihe court. Only Commlsisoners sentative. 90 37 80 78 TS S6 82 .New Vorlc 65 .'Jorth Platte. Nebr. Oklahoma CHy 82 Piusbursh, Pa....... 14 St. Louis Tt San Antonio 49 Bhrevtpon Washington, D.C. Low Nirht 81 81 74 64 76 74 43 55 65 15 64 59 75 70 55 55 66 49 62 67 S7 34 Hour Court House MAIJUAGE i.'uls Garcia, 30, and Ramona Puent-g, .30 DIVORCE PETITIONS OK vs. Addle Mae Cun- ningham: Kltto ind Ni- Mlrle P0lk SUITS ON1 FILB VEHICLE TBANSFERS e' to Uotor Co- to RIO CKANDE BULLETIN '-a.m. 'Ji-hr 21-hr Chm Emln Laredo Rio Grande City Hldalto of at the meeting. were present Korea (Continued From Page One) to use. There was a move in the to make the authority spe- Clfit: rt and survived by two daugh- Mrs. Domingo son, Masisr Si now in Korea. MRS. XELLV McOLURE Af McALLBN Funeral Mrs. Nelly for ,P. Home in Harlinger- The Rev. Kenneth pastor of the First Hcmphill. Methodist Brownsville 7.8 H.4 6.0 RIVER FORECAST: The crest of the sec- ond iise In the Rio Grande passed Rio Grande Ciiy durlnc the past 12 hours. The crests on downstream will be: Htdalgo, near 11 or 12 feet today; Mercedes, near 15 leet Saturday; Brownsville, near eisht feet Sunday. The fall following these crests will be slow, and a fair flow past Brownsville is expected all ntxt week. The Rio Grande will fall alowly from Del RLo to Hidalgo durins the next several days. Hieh TIDES TOMORROW a.m p.m. a.m a.m. Sunset today Sunrise tomorrow the boundary !Lnc services. After the services mission' ft-cre. the will be forwarded to the Reds apparently were Kan for buriil BAROMETRIC PRESSURE: 29.34 inches fustand ori 38 some! Mrs- McClur'e, McAllen .ot and d'ed Wednesday two miles inland. -i artillery hammering a ridge v.n Valley with he to the e north of I2 miles na OVed t0 family in 192 resided in Don- three years ago when they y. 11 _ J Besides her flim P., P' f S1iaH was in husband' r- W. McClure. she comri said hefted by two sens and four couio spot no sign of the enemv'tcrs- ?9 or from! 22 to 15 miles north of the bound- A. W. JACKSO.V SAN BENlTO-Funeral rites MEXICO HIGmVAY WEATHER MEXICO CITY highway weather: Today's Mexico City to Monterrey and Matamoros cloudy, cooW. local showers. Laredo to Monterrey generally cloudy, possible scattered showers. P1 Olds.; Ewlng to Ruben Garcia. 47 Dodse: Tussle Motor Co. to Ramon J. G Villarreal, "42 Plym.; Juan Oonza- !es Jr. vo Pells Garza, '38 pjym.; Buick to R-afae! Plorts Jr., '47 BulcSc; National Bank to Res 'SO Valley Bulcic to Mrs. Amparo- Dlelbe. Mercury; p. h. Potter to John 41 CMC; George KenJale to Ed Harariek, 39 Chev.; Joe Blackburn to Charleis Guy- '49 Ford; BrownjvlUe Motor Co. to Manuel Reyes, '50 Ford; Jamea Ruwell to Leo White. '50 Plym.; to An- gell. 47 Ford: Raymond Sullivan Jr to Georie Bennett, '47 Plym. NEW VEHICLES Harry Class Jr.. '50 Mercury: Jesse Lieclc. '50 Mercurr; Edwarrf 'JaJJ. 'M Stude: Doyle Tlnsley, 'SO Chev.: Pedro '50 Dodie. r coaroRATION couar Tor failure to ySeld rlrht of way.. Jose Casclllo. 510: de la 110. For drunk. Kduardo For being-dttinic arid disturbing the peace, Is- pirldiort Martinez Alvarez. For run- Ring a stop SJBO and driving with no. driver's license. Robles Samuel Vela. Raul Garcia. For drivint Tr.'th no driver's licence. Allonso Salas. JI5. For engagint In an affray. D. B. Gray. J10' Julian L. Garcia. (Continued From Page One) Gradano Gustavo Fuentes, Alfred Sosa, Lonis Thomas Champion, John Petrarca, Reynaldo Latigo, Jose Padron, Benjamin Jesus Val- dez, Raul Garcia and Nicolas Gar- cia Lopez. Also Mariano Munoz, Tom Bryan, Former Peace Officer Dies Liendo, Rodolfo Torres Medina, Celio Santos Cadena Andres Garza, Talmage Dawyiie Frank- lin, Jose Rene Gonzales Guerrero, Manuel Antonio Moya, Russell McChesney Hanvood, Luis Alva- rez, Clemente Castillo, Orville Wil- Jtam Hardwick, Gilberto Martinez, George Abner Houston 'LI, Ricar- ac Hinojosa. Manuel Flores, Jose Guade.'.upe Saenz, Enrique Pera- les, Arnulfo Valle Jr., Victor Val- 'ejo, Juan Coronado, Antonio Ra- mirez, Gene E. Ennis, Robert John McLean, Enrique E. Hilton, Guadalupe C. Garza Jr., Jose Garcia Alfonso Gutierrez, Earl Richard Johnson, Baltasar E. Pu- Hdo, Praxedis Garcia Cavazos, Garcia Lopez, Fred' Joseph Schrmdt and Guadalupe Vega Cirmona Jr. and Francisco G. Caudillo. t For other towns: Anthony Ca- i-uso, La Feria; Robert Lee Whit- ten, San Benito; Dick Dyle Haral- Me ALLEN Tom S. Bryan. i pioneer Valley peace officer and j former McA'ilen constable, died Juan Thursday in his home in Kerr- viile following a long illness. Mr. Bryan, one-time Me police chief and later a constable' lived in the'Valley 30 years before- moving to Kerrville "in 1947. He ,vas elected McAHen police chief in 1931. Before that, he hail been a deputy sheriff for 10 years Survivors include his wife, a daughter, Mrs Paul Meyer of McAHen; a brother, sister, three half-brorthers and a half-sister. Services will be held at 5 p m Sunday in Virgil Wilson Funeral be Home, McAHen. Burial will in McAllen. Damage Suit For Filed Here A damage suit involving 524 800 son, Harlingen; Allen Millette j was filed here today in 103rd Dis- Lipscomb, La Feria; Jose Luis Ruiz, La Feria; Gene Rudolph Silver, Harliagen; Jack Samuel Brown, Harlingen; Paul C. Lefer, Port Isabel; William Hill Cocke, Jr., Harlingen; Roger Finelle 1-1 o b i n s o n Jr., Raymondville; no George Donovan Duke, La Feria; Mercy Hospital J Dlxnitsed in. A. P. Martinez, Mrs Ramrez. Mrs. Felipe ______....._. cla, Mrs. J. C. Came.-o. Mrs.' fa'fgerfc. Alberto Galvan, Mrs. Gonzalo Barron. Admitted Mrs. Bernlce Lee and Edward Mtniano u noon the capital was restored as a seat of government for Presi- dent Rhee. Were to' cr San Benito resident, were be. held today in Floresville. t Mr. Jackson, a river rider for! the San Benito irrigation district for 30 vears. difrf Wednesday FLYING WEATHER conditions today and Sat- nito. Seoul s Kimpo Airfield from Tok- yo and crossed the Han River over a pontoon bridge also flown to the of civilians lin- ed the streets. Few applauded- j evidently not comprehending the significance of the caravan. 1-V THE BATTLE-scarred Frank tai buiidin? shortly before Mar since 1942, will be! J red. hcld at 7 o'clock toni.eht with the Korean War CasualtievS Hit WASHINGTON The an- services! pounced total of U. S. casualties night in FJoresville. where he had resided for the past two "ears. He is survived by his wife anil1 a son, A. W. Jackson of San Be-! F, FOQT1C 37, Har- Korean war rose to Arthur appeared, security found and removed a r of pastor of The Defense Department report- ed the figure as the total of ca- dynamite with a wire attafhofi 'the Firsl Christian Church, offi-lsuaities whose families had been was enough to have blown out the1 front of the big building, they said While shattered glass tinkled into Lhr: assembly chamber from a blasted dome overhead, General MacArthur told the 75-year-old south Korean president: j "I am happy to rostore to vou (Mr. President, the scat of your from it vou mav ciating. The body will be forwarded bv Kreidler-Ashcraft Funeral Home to .Freeville, N.Y.. for services and burial. The Harlingen Aeri? 2738 of the Fraternal Order .of the Eagles, of which Mr. Foote was a member, will conduct last rites after services at the Kreidler- Ashcraft Chapel. ._. better fulfill your constitutiona'l Ir" associated with responsibilities." Rhee thanked the U.lsr. comman- der and the Allied air. field and through Sept. 22. It is higher than the total announced through Sept 15. It includes dead, wounded and missing in ac- trict Court. Named as defendant is Tran- quilino Torres of Port Isabel. Plain- tiffs in the suit are H. H- Whipple Fred Rosenkoetter, and R T Skinner, all of Los and p. T. Williams and L. K. Matejka both of Brownsville. Eugene Ralph Waters, Harlin-! According to the petition, a car gen; Joe Bob Lawrence, Har- driven by E. W. Scott in which the linger.; Don Eibert Flynn, Harlin- five men were riding, and a car gen; Roy Weldon Forren by Torres were involved in Benito; Hardy Eugene Watkins, collision July 5 near Port Isabel The plaintiff allege Torres was negligent. Matjeka asks for dama- Harlingen; William Robert King, i. w. Remicfc. Mrs. Maria Harlingen; Lerov E. Bidwell, Jr.. Win f red Marine Calendar IN LEV m, MV RIDBOHOL.M J. Jt SS KENDAL FISH Co.. asent, SS KEYSTONS STATE Philen Shipping Co.. SS Philen ShJppinz Co.. MV BENUARK McCarty Ship- Dinz Co.. agent S3 SYLVIA LYKES Lalller and Co.. aeent. TUG PEMEX Jovitm P aeent. MV LUMAS McCarty shlppins Jr-. Harlingen; Jose Cruz, Los Indies; Merced Cantu. J., Port Meredith, Harlingen; Richard Pavis. Harlingen; Moore Mat- thews. La Feria; Ralph Lawrence Brown, llar- lingen; Romeo Chapa, San Benito; Jose Soto Duarte, San Benito; Natividad Hernandez. Raymond- ville; Gilberto Cantu Cruz, San Benito; Ubaldo Martinez Gonza- lez, Harlingen; Miguel Cortez, Olmito: Jesus Perez. San Benito; Rosalio Rodriguez, San Benito; Natividad Corean Estrada, San Benito, Amado Cano, Santa Rosa; Anton. Charlie Krusinsky, Harlin- gent; Jose Garza Villarreal, San Benito; Jacinto Martinez, La Paloma; Andres Castro Pineda, Jr., Ray- n v n- 250 Williams, and Rosen- koetter, Co.. azent. DEPA tTURES TANKER SALAMANCA Jovita Perez, asent. TUG MATAMOHOS Barzis RTC-Mi Ii2 and I4j LaiHer and Co. asenc DUE LN MV TASCO (Nor., J, E. Kidman. tion. commanders. Then Louis worW heavy- Princeton-educated Korean championship hout. executive sternly called on trapped' include his wife Mrs Of the dead, 2.211 were killed in action or died of wounds. The department breakdown of the lists the 230 who died cf wounds in both the total, of the Owl Cafe. He died at his homo" dead and total of wounded. Wednesday night while listening The total missing includes to a radio broadcast of the Ezzard men wno nave returned to mi- Korean Reds to surrender or die Rhee said justice would be meted (0tit to Korean war criminals, but ihe assured the people there would Theresa Foote; a daughter. Ina Francs Foote. both of HarMngen- liis parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Focte. Freeville; four sisters, Mrs. be no indiscriminate revenge. He Morgan. Mrs. Pauline jsaid the republic would and Mrs. Beatrice Bur- jSinsh those who dared tyranny Ungame all of Portland, N Y and j Bobbery from thoso who Mildred Grampp of Canaan jsimpjy impressed into such six brothers. Robert anri i group' of Portland, Charles and lboth of lLnaca- Emmett. of on Red pockets. Far East Forces bombers and fighters flew a record of 792 take an cfrective part in the cleanup Gotten Hauls From Mexico Are Resumed Cotton export luary control and 50 who are j traffic was back to .normal today People Events Reception for teachers, Parent Teachers' Associa- tion, Friday evening-, Sept. The Xo-Na-Me Dance Club meets Friday. 8 p.m. at the air- base. The Newman Club of Teva  Jr S Kosa: Bronce joronce AiLum, cross the border into Brownsville. La Feria: Donald Lee Means. Har- The cotton laden tracks -ere lingen: Vicente Bautista Herrera. held up because Tamaulipas Traf-jLos Fresnos; Billy Otto Burke, lie Police here asked paymentJHarlingen; Allen Judson Doan. Jr., drilling m shale are both "ounty oil well testa put down by the Texas Latest reports show the T Davis No. i, three and a half miles northwest of Brownsville. -s drilling in shale at 7.910 feet It was down to feet a week ago. of a 25-peso special freight Benito; Samuel-Reyna, Ray-i1 inrV- mi _ f __ mg permit The permic applies'mondville; only to out of state trucks and William Allen Milton. Lyford; not to Tamaulipas vehicles, Cap- Oscar Balli Silguero, Harlingen: tain Milanes said. Santiago Escamilla, Raymondville: No word had been received'to- day from Mexico City on the mat- Garcia No. 1 10 miles west of Port Isa- on the Garcia ranch lands, is 1. 1 i 4i> in shale at feet, which is 443 c'eeper than a ter. station. -o- 6 ,.morc Americans and bouth Koreans were reported massacred at Chonjrju. 22 miles north of Tacjon. Captured Reds) trquifa, madero. aguardiente kirsch cocktail, cognac and straight alcohol. The destroying runs so far behind the time of seizure be- cause records have to yo through the Customs in Laredo, and time is allowed for owners of the liquor to petition for the ago Escamilla, Raymondville; Luis Fernandez, San Benito; Man- uel Cipriano Hinojosa. Harlingen: Manuel Rodriguez. San Benito; Lucas A. Flores. Jr.. San Benito: Francisco R. Agitirre. Harlingen: Aubry Gene Webster. Raymond- ville: Victor Lopez Perez. La Feria: ictor Martinez Perez. San Benito; Robert Eugene Walker, Los Fres- nos; Orville Lee White. Raymond- c'eeper than a week ago. HEARING SET AUSTIN The commission a made tne reports to First Cavalry iJ" Ebcny Grove Cemetery, Mer-j right to keep it. intelligence officers Raymondville Has Year's Biggest Fire RAYMONDVILLE Two fires occurred in RaymondvillA Wed- nesday night.' One of them was called the biggest blaze the city Salinas, Sebastian; Roman Cas- hzri thic tilln Ronifn- an-1 jville; James Robert Cocke, Har- lingen; Pedro Garcia Trevino, San Benito; Roy Castaneda, Raymondville: Eulalio Camarillo. Santa Rosa: Ed- gar Allen Talley, San Benito: Erne- faying 600 had been shot and 1ST blown to: i bits dynamitr. j Prisoner? at Seoul had been rc- moved by the flccinr Rods. cedes. s had this year. Fire Chief Jack Scott said the tillo, Benito; Ramon Salinas. San Benito; Roger William. Los Hershev ('Continued From One) At pnvsonl men who have dependents or who w.tcrans with more than SO s scrvirc are exempt. m me iraft. Pentagon of- this includes 50 000 October' and ,0.000 in November. Jn would leave 180.000 to AJert And BROWTs'SVBLLE Deaths Persons injured Total accidents TotaS damages Average value of VAJ.LEY TRAFFIC DEATHS Hidalgo County 33 Countr 7 Cameron Counly 23 Starr County 4 300 inducted in December. Total f-ast fatal accident: Mission, Sepu 16, 67 Near February and March Pentagon said no quotas' been The Poll Taxes ToBeS Citv Owen Bentiey. _as order Field. Cothran Counties, at a g Oct. 1.9. BlackweH jr.. Raymondville: Xes- tor Mauro Lopez. Port Isabel- .Guadalupe Villarreal. San Be- Lofton' n io mto. Talmadge Mitchell Harl Imgcn: Rouge Tolent JCSU3 Harlin- Harlingen: o Correa, San Cuellar, La Sara; fire of the about 11 i discovered in a iarge storehouse Ely Courts in West Rosa: EImo Mood-v- San T- -r Z ie 01 tr.e two came' ocauey. doutit m. when flames were'Harlingen: Moses Mer.dez San Benito: Santos in a iarge W- in Santa Rosa: Elmo Moodv. San RP-I Mireies tr__.- From_Pags One, Total damage was estimat- with the go to the -arm that draws plans for the pro posed improvements. nito: Pedro Cantu. Port Gustavo Cavazos, Lyford: Yndale- cio S. Hinojosa. Jr.. Sebastian: Manuel Garza Olivares. Jr.. San f.-r aiiiiiier was at 8'30 om iBcmto; Juan Urbina Guerra. La eUn a three-car garage storeroom Carl Eugene Feller. San -iftt the Fidel Leal residence Dam- Juan Franc5sco Villafuerte. iagc was estimated at about S800. bov tfmr'V 'm termS fire chief 5aid bo tunr the city commission repairing a Hat bicycle U r nCii i c bios nn t_ f. A v 4 A nnr nfiLrn s nrt a of Wayne Hoyt MltSS. Ramon John otros.-.. es Rosaies. Harlin- e Weaver. Jr. San BP- Lonjroria. Snn San Benito: Charles David San Benito: Joe Ptiileft Florentine San K; -.ornas Stevens. Santa linden: Edward JHarlingen: Edker Garcia. Pennev, Olmito: cotiin f WatCr a match Harlingen; equipment ,ast mgnt. Six bids the p3tch on were received. Bidders offering! the garage vita, filter equipment quoted de-' ______ nvery dates ranging- up to 200! And 250 days from the date the! trder is placed. Tnc bids were! 4 _ turned over to .Sigler. Clark and! AI JT OFt mston for evaluation. I ouua The next in this series t 19. is j FZores.JVIatamoros. Tamps.. Mcx.; gen: Lurio Alaniz. Rio tn noi 0 Domingo Perez. San Benito: setee in jAxigustin Garza. Ybarra, Harlingen; Encamacion Cervantes. Ray- mondville; .T. Man a Gutie- j rrez. Harlingen: Jesus Jose y. i talvc, San Ewiito; Daniel iiero. Raymondville; Martin Harlingen- J0 Edwin San Benito; Hectvv Soils Combes: Gumen Rodrir- Karlingen: Wiliiarn MQS- n Luis Oscar Har- Harlnten- Julio Benito: 'Charles Mil- bikms, Harlincen: Harold r. 1 Harlingen: Raul X.r- Ceci! Otis Anr- r, Coun coming year ay. Oct. 2 at the 'count Hoicomb.h county tax as- and collector, today said CttSC be assigned permanently or be sent John tc specialist school. He is the son of 104 Goodrich lie Hio-h I Benito: Benito; LEGAI. ADVERTISEMENT Amaya, Sanjrcnce. Harlingen: P.amon Perez" Buster Mondtr A. 1558, btfcrt the Hoa next week, lunior .truc'aor, class ai 10 aim. San Benito; Marion Saa Bentto,   

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