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Valley Morning Star (Newspaper) - July 1, 1945, Harlingen, Texas b f Page Two Govenment Cracks FEPC Ki Down on Strikers By AaSOCIATID FJIEH8 The Kovtrnment cracked down on striking Ooodycnr Tiro unci Company In Saturday al tho nn- llon's total idle workers dropped to lowest tigurt In more than ttn days. Oov. rranX J. of Ohio directed tho Slato Selective Service lo Induct immediately Into the armed eliglblt of thB 16.700 sinking Gaodycnr workers. SI mn 1 lan to us ly the War Lnbor Hoard in Wnahinifton In in un- move thrtatcncd to withdraw union contract rights un- work li immediately. was the week-end by The Goody far walkout at Akron of the Mondny. officers of UAW-CIO local 203 And approximately em- ployes of the Packard Motor Car also chose Mon- dny to return to work. Another at three Ford plants and nt Dudd Wheel both returned to their Jobs Saturday. When House Cuts Funds VALLEY MORNING STAR Bond Queen Contestants to Be Honored At Post Dance July Two orchestras will ploy at ceremonies and a student dance to be held at the Hnrlingen Army Air Field Wednesday night honoring the girls entered in the Bond queen contests both in the city and at the air base. Girls from nil over the Valley are invited to the dance and transportation wAl be provided. i Arrangements for the events were made at a meeting of the local WASHINGTON South-'rctail merchants bond commit'.e with Major Francis com- mandant of students at Saturday morning County Over Bolh Quotas By Saturday Yanks Advance Kiangan Sector Deaths Ltnculn. factory employ I 1.000 tack of spare paru In the production of Mlf-scaling aircraft tine 13. MM employes of the Plate Company 8TELLA t. RYAN LOS FRE3NOS J Stella L. for 26 ycnrs a resident of died Juno 28 in Austin. Funeral services will be held Sunday nt the St. Benedict's Catholic Church in Benito nnd burial will be Rt tho Mont MelH with Fnther from Page First Nrt-.utinfi bonds toward prizes to cm Democrats blocked House manannt 01 siuciems at at the Harlingcn Bond Queens action on the War Agency tlonrU Ban _ n be in- MANILA can joining with Philip- pines army forces to mop up Jap- anese groups trapped in northern have advanced to little more than four miles from the worth of along highway. Maj. Robert _ J. mated the area contained at 100 tons of ammunition and headquarters town of and '.he Ford Glow locnletl In li Cities ordered back lo work Monday by Ihrir Keilcrallon of nnd Silica Sand of America A Ihousnml employes of tho Anchor Glass Company. in n jiirisdlctlon.il dis officiating. Rosary services were held Satur- day nlsht nt the Cloy Hall Funcrnl Chapel. Tho deceased Is survived by two Mrs. Edl Odneal of Md.. nnd Mrs. Olive DC- Winter a son Eusone F. stationed in Eg- n lister. Mri. Louella Mc- Alplnc of Austin. Pnll will be Herbert V.in Harry Lupton. Sam Sam W. I. Gllaon nnd Appropriation Bill Saturday night nnd thus sinned a death effective at for the Fair Employment Practices Committee. Their move also cut off other war agencies from their regular source of funds but will be kept functioning through other ar- the War Agency Bill and the FEPC has been resolved. Abandon Filibuster With Congress racing against lime to complete action on appro- priation bills involving billions of dollars before the fiscal year ended at Southern Senators had abandoned their filibuster against the FEPC. The Senate op- Winners in when the committee meets to make n final canvass of the votes cast up to 6 m. Saturday. Votes were given with each E Bond sold dur- ing the Seventh War Loan. The presentation ceremony will take place at p. m. outdoors on a ramp if the weather permits and indoors if its n A. Scott of the Harlingen Seventh War Loan said that two combat re- turnees would be present to pre- sent the queens in the contest with corsages. A thousand dollars worth of War Bonds will be presented to wir.nrrs in the city contest nnd the HAAF Wnr Bond queen will receive a p. La Feria p. Brownsville C n n n i n g 'Central Power and'Light Texas Oil Sears Roe- j and Valley Ready to the east have driven the enemy from Bagnio in the Valley 30 miles it was an- nounced Sunday. Troops of the 6th Infantry Di- p. m. San Benito p. m. McAllen p. m Raymondville 7jpcte Pearl Distributing Food Machinery vision took Bulog. n little over four KGBS radio Hi-Way p. Harlingcn p. m. Refreshments will be served the guests by the gunnery U.S. Submarine Is Missing in Action Kelly Distributing Com- Tri-Pakf Southwest Packing Nehi Bottling Valley Implement First Nation- al Valley Morning Har- lin.qcn Slate J. C. Penney Kreidler Ashcraft funeral Payne shoe Simmons shoe Britton's home movie J.. L. Day WASHINGTON The sub- Johnson's Dorf- 1 n. P W T j _. bond with the runner up re- proved a item for the ceiving a bond. House had included Entries in the city contest include pissed the War Agency Ann .Marilyn Black Bill. Betty Jean Marir. To Go To House Floor Lnvania Murjoiic Cannon explained to reporters Louise Dora Metal Comdr. Edward whc.se that he now will have to nsk Natalie Nina Simp- wife lives at 3433 Mooney rules which has Rita Eunice Ohio. marine IF. S. S. Ketc is from patrol and presumed Navy announced It carried n wartime complement of from 80 to 85 men. The Kctc was commanded bv LI. overdue'man's jewelry Durham busi- ness Valley Wallpaper southeast of center the strongest of the three enemy groups pocketed in northern Luzon. troops of this di- vision pushed to within five miles of KianRan along highway cast of Buiog. The 63rd Regiment of this di- commanded by Col. Everett captured a Japanese motorpool and supply dump which extended 3 1-2 miles Butt Grocery store. Electric Brasher and Jones dress Franklin's Parisian mobile cycles and sewing machines. Philippines army forces advance ing against the opposite side of Kiangan pocket took Bcsao. 2J miles of Kiangan. To south they nwifle advances Ort '1 i T'J 20 miles west of Ki I LI II 1 I I i 'I m v puto wWi the Af'L Glnw Bottle Smith. Union. Aule Parti Four nuto parts in New Jersey nnd Pennsylvnnln. totalling 8.SOO were A dis- pute between tho United Auto and the Mack Manufac- turing Company closed the con- New N. J. plant employing Sympnthy walkouts Thursday closed tho Inlcrnatlonnt-Plalnfield Motor Company plnm of workers in Plainficld. The Mack plant. Plninflcld. with hnd the Mock plant In Pn. with 3.000. About Idle workers cf tht Motor ProtlucU Dt- Irolf. ii.-Kcrd to return to worK HARLINGEN -vVVA Boys' OVERALLS SllM I 10 lit Cotton Gibardlnt OVERALLS S3.08 Vttlut BOBBY SUITS Valut Cotton PANTS For The Fellows Colors 8Dc VAlUQ 50c Boyi' Straw Hats Vokn Value ft I CAPS Asst. Styles 49c THE BOY'S SHOP MRS. ARACEL1A CANTU Aracclln Can- tu. n lifetime resident of Mer- died Snturdny nftornnon in HarllnRcn. She is survived by her n son. her John n Lydln Cnsnrcs. one brother Rudolfo Adnnie. nnd her grnndmo- thcrs. Victoria nnd Petrn Adnme. Funcrnl services will be conducted at the Sacred Henrt of Catholic Church in Hnrlin- tfon Sunday nt with arrange- ments by Krcidlcr-Ashcraft Func- rnl directors. Burial will be in the family mausoleum in Hidnlgo. RONALD DAVID KENNEMER HARLINGEX Ronnld David Kennomer. infant son of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Saturday morning at the Valley Baptist Hos- pital. Private services were held nt Kreidler-AshcraJft Funcrnl chapel' Burial was in the City Cemetery. consistently hostile to the to .send the bill'to the floor so the House can votn on the proposal to Buffo and Clara Ortbnl. Air base entries include Lt. June Olgu Misses Netx of kin oC those men aboard ive been the Naw said. Gerry Pnt reported lost in this war. Shirley Billy Jea.i Joyce Fel- Beth Annie Jenn Bradley Mrs. Virginia Chat- Mrs. Roberta Mrs. Cathie en Mrs. Colleen Cole- Mrs. Shirley and Bonnie Gnoske. it to conference. If that committee the measure will go back to the committee to be _.._ sumnbly without the FEPC Item. Senate Democratic leader Alben W. Barkley of Kentucky offered the compromise amendment and the Senate accepted it by a vote of -12 to 26. The amendment might have been subject to a An all-student orchestra composed nry objection which would have1 of 19 men HAAF for gunnery forced an attempt to suspend training nnd the Joachin rules by a two-thirds vote. No 12-piec'e band from will objection was however. The'play for the dance which star's FEPC debate hnd stalled 9 m. and lasts until midnight. Htion of the War Agency pvt. Charles Flint of Long alien for three days. As soon arranges the music for the the Senate approved the orchestra and the Matiimoros or- FEPC which compared with' dicstra specializes in rhumbas. asked by the administra-j Nan service club tion and given the hostess is in charge of Rotting Val- thla the entire bill was ap- ic_v'girls to and the sched- ule of bus ttops is ns Edin- burg p. Donna ter p. Weslaco 7 p. Mereccdes and Paint Man's E. de Baum's clothing F. W. Wool- la Rosa Valley Weather-i Eagle Loan Mc- Harlingen H a rd w a r Montgomery Ward and Sherwin Williams Paint Company. store. New York Interstate Economy Rio Re- frigeration Company. Thomns barber Badwey C. R. Anthony's Art and Gift Central Walgreen drug VUit CHRISTIAN SCIENCE READING ROOM 110'i Fast 8t noon to 6 p.m. every tity ctpt Holldayi. Sttndayi It p. m. tbt Dibit tnd athcrlitd Chrlitlan Uttrv tarrowrC Sunday Service at 11 Wednesday Cvenlni fl at First Church of Sclentltf Corner 4th and Taylor two The Kete is the 44th submarine Diana Pate S. H. Kress and H. proved by a voice vote. Valley Stores Wi Close for Fourth Although there will be practi- cally np celebrations on Independence most Valley business firms will be ns well as banks and In observance of the dny. General closing will be observed by the Hnrlingen stores us one of the holldnys set by the merchant's committee of the C. of C. A dnnce hns been planned nt HAAF. ATI Mercedes stores will be closed according to Carl Btosltf. chamber of commerce most of the Edinburg firms will commemorate the day. A program by tho Returning Veterans' com- mittee will tnke pliicc at the Ste- phen F. Austin Mission business banks and the postofflce will close all day it was announced by the chamber of commerce. No pub- lic program hns nl- IhouKh nt Moore KJelci on nil-field Warm ctt THE Ctou- and warm wtn In the iiltr rnocr-.. Mo ruin cloudy nr.d v-.irni. to hlcjh. t. m. p. n. V5fl m. N i. m. R. low. A. p. m niVFH ehrurje Indicated. RIVER The TnLrrnullGnrU Com rr ported Salurdny a flow of 770 second fret at Rio Omule City and no I lor at Lower Hrownsvlllr. A year flov at Rio Grande was Lest We For get BIBLE CLASS Invites all men who arc not meeting with some other Bible class to join them in Bible study. Meets in main auditorium of First Bap- tist Church at a. m. WE OFFER ONLY ONE KIND OF THAT IS THE BEST IN CONSIDERATION AND CO-OP. Perfect BY A'nnrlllo ALlnnta D 71 84 m. City f ij m n f f. ft ft Orleans 71 New fi4 Nor Hi Plnlic Okin. City St. I.OUI3 m Kreidler-Ashcraft Funeral Home IN HARLINGEN gome Mens Three Cell fl7 Antonio 96 79 72 fll PRESCRIPTIONS OUR SPECIALTY .03. Girls Are Invited To Attend Sub-Post Dance Girls nre invited to attend the PHONE 61 HARLINGEN Wicker celebration will be held after Sjnoxt aub-post dnnce Monday. p. m. for officers ond enlisted men-Mixed dances will provide var'i- nnd their ety at the informal dnnce which stores And business houses will bo closed nil as has been cu- ternary for leveral years. No spe- clnl celebrations have been an- nounced by organizations all II1 McAllen stores will close in com numeration. will be held from 8 11 p. m. Refreshments will be served. Transportation will be furnished from USO clubs. The bus will leave the Brownsville nnd Harlln- ffen service clubs nt p. and the San Benito club nt 7 p. m. WELCOME TO THF V MERCHANDISING V'ALLEY Hot Water Bottles 49c RUBBER STAMPS MADE DAILY For Stamp A complete line of Canadian others from Jugo- Paraguay and Chile. CARTER'S MIDNIGHT CARBON AND RIBBONS QUINCY 125 So. A St. Vita Ray SKIN- FRESHNER And Tax 100s Lederle Aspirin ft t 29c gr. LEDERLE ASPIRIN S1.85 VIda Ray CLEANSING CREAM And Tax A. MAIN 720 Harlingtn OVERNIGHT KIT And Tax INSULIN U-40 lOcc 57c CREO- MULSION 79c OVALTINE 54c 50c TruaKay HAND LOTION 39c And Tax CROQUET Set of 6 Wilh stand. The Need For Unclouded Understanding 60c MUM Deodorant And Tax 45c Ft. Walgreen MILK MAG. 39c 1005 Aspirin Columbia Brand 50c Campana Cream Balm Joe Medwick 29c Sound Judgment depends ot all times upon correct knowledge. In the serious matter of making funeral minds distraught by grief may make regrettable decisions. give all call us n clear understanding of and values of funeral furnishings and Kerns of service that they may choose a cost that ihetr plans. Many who have come to us for informntlon In advance of their need have felt well repaid for their visits. Everybody may seek our advice knowing thai. In doinff so. they will not assume any A HARLINGEN INSTITUTION Burdette Funeral Home 25c Blue Jay Corn Pads 17c Lederle VlUmln Complex CAPS 1 ABSORBINE JR. 60c Kremel Shampoo 39c White Porcelain Bottle Sterilixtr Fibre SIMILIC POWDER 94c HARLINGEN. INSTANT AMBULANCE SERVICE PHONE 555 Meads Dexirl Maltose lOc TUMS i Lb. LACTOGEN 51.00 Kay Dammit Luster Cream SHAMPOO 79c 50c CEREVIM ROCKET GUNS M Tray and 8 98c TEXAS We Reserve Right to Limit may i 1 FLAS CLOT BALL GLOV
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