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Brownsville Herald (Newspaper) - September 29, 1950, Brownsville, Texas PAGE I __ Automotive TUE BROWNSVILLE HERALD, BROWNSVILLE, TEXAS. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1950 31 Automotive 31 JUST ARRIVED CIM) ^8^0405 BRT ’ * f-SBUyj-- JACK BRYANT MOTOR CO. Arroyo F rom I Ironton* if r* Bid 0|M‘iiin On New Bridge Is Postponed Opening f'f bids for construction of an estimated UIS OOO budge at the end of thr Port Brownsville and burial. Valiev Deaths *• And Funerals BR KST lf. IM SN KU. MISSION Body of Brent Hell Pinned, 82. today wee to be forwarded hy Kreidler-Pnde funeral Home to Kansas, IU., for aervicea Draft Weather Court House iroad ahvc been Ort 17 postponed until tiled to be opener! today, but the county commissioners’ court in a aper tai session authorized the county engineer to re advertise for bids Mr. Pinned died of a heart attack about 6 30 p rn, Thursday as he played golf on the Shary Municipal Golf Course here. A physician said death was caused by a heart attack. Mr. Pinned a retired hanker. Reason for post- end his wife had been living in given as thr inabtl-iteel at the present the Royal weeks. Mini y Enginery Minty will fur- After traveling over tho State of Texaa we have managed lo bring to you the cl *anest atock of late model used cars that, you can find in the Rio Grande Valley. For those of you who are unable to rome by during week day hours, we will be open Sunday from 2 until 5 p. rn. for your convenience. Here is a partial list of the cleanest, late, model atock of used cars in South Texas: 1950 Chevrolet Deluxe 4-door Power Glide, radio, heater, white walls, 1500 miles and other extras, under list.............................$2298 1950 Pontiac (0) Silver Streak 4-door Chieftain Deluxe, sun visor, seat covers, heater, 5,000 miles $2195 1949 Ford V-8 Custom Convertible, short-wave radio, heater, seat covers, overdrive...........$1695 1949 Chevrolet Aero 2-door sedan, radio, heater, seat coven! ...........................$1645 1949 Chevrolet two-tone, white walls, club coupe, radio, heater...........................$1595 1949 Chevrolet. 2-door, sun visor, spot light. . $1595 1949 Ford V-8 2-door, radio, seat covers .... $1545 1948 Pontiac Streamliner Deluxe, 4-door, loaded with extras........................... $1395 194K Dodge Custom town sedan, radio, heater, white walls  .......................... $1295 1948 Ford Super Deluxe V-8, 2-door, seat covers. new tires...............................$995 1948 Ford Deluxe V-8 2-door, seat covers .... $995 1947 Chevrolet Fleet. Master 4-door, radio, heater, seat covers........................  $995 1947 Plymouth Special Deluxe 4-door........$975 1947 Mercury Club Coupe, lots of extras .... $995 1946 Mercury Club Coupe, more extras than the above unit ............................. $895 1946 Plymouth Convertible................$895 194(1 Ford V-8    (85) Deluxe 2-door, radio, seat. covers ................................ $395 1936 Ford V-8 2-door.....................$245 1930 Model A Ford 4-door, new' radiator in hack  ...................................$195 COMMERCIAL UNITS 1950 Chevrolet 1 2 ton Pick-up......... .    .    $1595 1946 Chevrolet 1 2 ton Pick-up..............$715 1917 International 1 2 ton Panel............$575 We have an additional IO or 12 which are not listed from $45.00 up. lf 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 on thr bridge ponemrnf awn ify to semite time According to < ID T Doxier. thr ;ninh the uteri tnt j thr bridge The bridge, which will be no fen long and 38 fret La Joy* Cemetery wide, will br built ac rosa the Hy- #    s°l>*    Was    p drocol intake channel at thr end ~ of the road It will be lined mostly to carry materials and machin Palma Motel MRS, MARY VI. SOLIN I.A JOYA Funeral rites for construction of Mc*- Maiy M Solis. 73, were held here Thursday, with burial In years ago. Bom In Brownsville, she attended Incarnate Word Col- 74 tit* 74 Moue I 2*1 Hoar Hlth NUM MIB Amarillo ..... KA OI Atlanta , .. aa OI Bit Sprint* .... 89 OO BROWNSVILLE .... .. *9 78 Chirata .. 72 04 T Corpu* Chrt*tl .... .. 89 70 Del Rio .. 90 74 Denver ....... 70 43 Dr* Maine* . ....... . . 08 09 14 Detroit 70 OO 02 $1 Ka so 90 02 Fort. Worth . .. 85 OO Houston .... .. 87 • 78 J*rk*onvill*. 1*1* ,, .. 80 IO lo K »n*e* City Mo. .. 7* OO Memphis ,. .. 78 59 ,14 Mlnneapnlt* .... .. 80 70 03 New Orlean* .. 83 70 New York .. 05 OO North riatt* Nebr. .. OO OO T Oklahoma CU? 82 OO Plttaburih. Pa .... . . 7* 49 St Lotii* ...... .: 7« 02 T San Antonio ..... ... 89 72 Shreveport ... . . 84 07 Waahlnaton. DC . OO 17 MARRIAGK til KMM:* MIC MI Lula Gar-1* JO »n<J Ramona Fu*n't*    r,ir,p, JO R> - ar: anon Mat* 24 and Mantic!* Suenclu. 3d Ralph w Neely. JI arni Carri* Ann R.olntn*. II fred La* Johnson and Edna Ma* Smith DIVORCE FETITION8 OR HUI Jamn Cunniniham va. Addle Ma* Cun-nln«h*m Aurelia NUCO Ort*** and NI-ealai Ort*** Edith Mart* Polk and Kenneth Polk (Continued From Page One) lane Gustavo Fuentes, Alfred Sosa Louis Thomas Champion. John Petrarca, Reynaldo Iyatigo, Jose Padron, Benjamin Jesus Valdez, Raul Garcia and Nicolas Gar- Tom Bryan, Former Peace Officer Dies MCALLEN — Tom 8. Bryan, pioneer Valiev peace officer and former McAllen constable, died Ala) Mariano Muftoz, Juan    Thursday in bis home in Kerr* Liendo, Rodolfo Torres Medina,1    Ville following a long illness. Cello Santos Cadena. Andres    Mr. Rryan, one-time McAllen Garza. Talmage Dawyne Frank-    police chief and rater a constable. Im. Jrae Rene Gonzales Guerrero,    lived in the Valley 30 years before Manuel Antonio Moya. Russell    moving to Kerrville in 1947 ....    McChesney Harwood, Luis Alva- He vaa elected McAllen police o    t    william*, et ti v* lr* aquiline rex. Clemente Castillo. Orville Wil-    chief in 193L Refore that. he had Thrre*    d«mm:*»    l am Hardwick, Otlberto Martinez,    been a deputy sheriff for IO years - ! George Abner Houston II, Rirar- Survivors include his wife, * Je.un n*VTC|LT,,.?STr*dd?    Renter    ™ Hinojosa Manuel Flores. Jose    daughter, Mr, Paul Meyer■of J'ilST.    IWnTlJJr    e?'3. ISSSi    c„,.rtpit. p- Saenz, Knnq... Paia-    *<*'••*;• brother .Mttr tm ae Karo, es Desoto Esm* to Domir,«o ai- Arnulfo Valle Jr.. Victor Val- half-brothers and a half-sister. ■ii rn,-. *-■— *- «••►>*« n- —>    —    Services    will    be    held at 5 p rn. v»r#/ 37 Ole*    Cot tnt to Ruben Oort la.    .    Services    will    be    held    at    5 pm 47 Dodo* Motor Ca to RamonJuan Coronado. Antonio Rn-    y    vVilson    Funera Martin** «• stud* .Jew. de Leon to mire*. Gene E Ennis, Robert * ...... J*    ...    . J o Villarreal. 43 Pirm Juan oon*a-|John McLeani Enrique E. Hilton. lea Jr. to Pell* Garza J* Plym Valley    '    — J . Buick to Rafael Plore* Jr 47 Buick Plrat Guadalupr C. Garza Jr.. .lose National Bank to Re* zthridae M Nash; Garcia Alfonso Gutierrez, Earl Valley Buick to Mr* Amparo Dlelke, 4« Dif.hftrr, tohnwon Rsltawar E Pu-Merrury P L. Potter to John Rawlln* “U    ^    U    '    Ll Home, McAllen. in McAllen. I Burial will be cry to help build the proposed    taught school in Browns channel road connecting Port Jl’P*1 was the daughter of the Brownsville and Port Isabel.    Ia,e    John    Leo.    former    sheriff No other adion was taken by    County    and    alate    repre-    [Vrt,1*° the court Only Commlsisonrrs    Merr#d' Andy Bowir of San Benito and Ted Hunt of Port Isabel were present fat the meeting RIO ORAND* RI LLL TIN    41 Hood    7-a rn.    74-hr    74-hr    3* Chee Staae    Stat*    Ctina    Rain    [>** Laredo    —1.3 of Rio Orande City    7S    • 0 2 11 7    4 I 0 ed*e ....    144    -4* oeora* Kernel* to r.d Hamrick! I lido, Praxedis Garcia Cavazos, Joe Blackburn to Chan** Ouy- jUit0 Garcia Lopez, Fred Joseph ivoi 49 Pord; Brownavllla Motor Co to    c    .. a Manuel Rey**. SO Pord; Jam** Ruaeell to    stnm ai ana Leo whit* so piym ; Tu**i* to John An-;    Carmona Jr. a*ll. 47 Pord; Raymond Bullpen Jr. to    ftetidiUo sentative.    '    "*rr#aP\.    ••••    ‘Z’    J    7    a*ori* **nnett’ 41 plym    * a. .    ,    ,    Brownaville ....    +3.J    —------ She is survived by two da ugh-    «—    new    vehicles tars, Mrs. Joaquin Garcia of La RIVER PORECABT Th* rreai of th* **r- H*rr* Ola** Jr so Mercury. J*.**    _    o-nitn-    Dick    Dvle    Haral- if to    nnf1    »«,_    ti    ,    ond    alae    In    th*    Rio    Orande    pawed    Rio    Heck. SO Mercury; Edward Mall. SO Stud*,    ten, San Benito,    Dick    L)>ie    Marin jr. .a    and    Mrs Domingo Hinojosa, orande city    aurin-    the    peat    13 hour*    Th*    j*ylf Tinaiey. so Che* Pedro Valdea. ’SO    son. Harlingen;    Allen    Millette was flied hfrc today in 103rd Dis Dodae Guadalupe Vega and Francisco G For other towns: Anthony Ca-tuso, La Feria; Robert Lee Whit- Damage For 824,800 Filed Here A damage suit involving 524 SOO and a son, Master Sergeant Albert crest* on dnwn*tre*m will be Hidelao Solis, now in Korea TU (Continued From Page One) to use Theie was a move tn the MRH. NELLY McAllen Mrs. Nelly were to be held I Lipscomb, La Feria; Jose Luis    trict Court. -Ruiz La Feria Gene Rudolph    Named as    defendant is    Tran- Tor JgnrtSSrSJffVl*.    •>».. lute Hl-Wm J.*. s™»l    <l»m*oT«rr«.    Port IMM.    nam. UN. ,o ma,, ta. author,ty .po- ^^2%$ *5^11 ...... near ll or 13 feet today; Merced**, near IS feet Saturday. Brownsville near elaht ! feet, Sunday The fall followlna the*e|      _ ntkm McClure, ,* mo " hmm? am.n. .a1 al..    “3!"XXST ZSp" ^elle ***«”■«• “< «-*, ^ .jot hi h » p.n tociay at <i*y*    inini a atop sign and driving with na v* n h I n a o n Jt. HayrnondVille;    ^    llliams    and    L.    K. Matejka, hi II/'. »Y\ A 4 0-, LI A a. I . mr* A.-    J . I u A M    ti    nWI    AA    El    A    MS    I    a    AI    Lf * I a    4 J fI    ^    .....    4    Vaa    JZV    I    I    J    a.    >.    mar    AA    r    ,    a    a    I    I    I    aa TIDES TOMORROW J 31 a rn. 13 13 a rn A S9 p m ll 33 a rn Sunset today * I* Bunn** tomorrow a 33 39 94 Inches driver'* Peen**. Alfonso Balai 415. For enaaatne In an affray, D R Oray. HO, Julian L Garcia, lib. Mercy Hospital Barron, Admitted Bernice I^e and Edward Manxano pastor of the First Methodist    LoV AP CORRESPONDENT Leif rhll,rh of McAllen, was to conduct Erickson, flying over the boundary **1c sr,vir*'" After the services    _____ on sn observation mission, report- krr#>- fbe body will be forwarded to barometric pressure cd the Reds apparently were try-    Kan.,    for    bur‘Tl.    at 9 45 a rn mg to make a stand on 38 some    Ml*    McClure,    McAllen resident      ...... five miles south ot Yangyang and d,ef1 Wednesday came to the MEXICO Hl<, HW AY WEATHER Jerry o»Wan two miles inland    Valley with hor family in 1922    MEXICO CI TY    — <AP> - .odays    R4B|rM    Mr# rHlp, oar,la    Mr*    I    oar- He saw shells from South Ko- lrom Augusta. They resided in Don-    highway weather:    C(t Mr*    J c camera. Mr*    T*g**rt. Mr* nan artillery hammering a ridge na untl1    years ago when they    Mexico City to    Monterrey    and    Alberto    oaivan. Mn oon.aio on the border About 12 miles ,T OV*‘(t to McAllen. Besides her    Matamoros cloudy, cooler,    local north of 38, a small village was in husband, I W, McClure sue is stir*    showers flames. Rut Erickson said he'vlveft by two sons and foul daugh- Laredo to Monterrey generally could spot no sign of the enemy trrs    cloudy, possible scattered showers, either in vehicles or afoot from    •    * 12 to 15 miles north of the bound-    4.    W.    JACKSON    FLYING    WEATHER ary    SAN    BENITO    Funeral rites for    VFR conditions today and Sat- An automobile caravan along the    Aaron    William Jackson, RI, form-    urday. battle-rubbled streets of Seoul pre- rt San Benito resident, were to '    .... ........... ceded the brief noon ceremony in be held today in Floresville which the capital was restored as    Mr.    Jackson,    a river rider for a seat of government for Tres!- the San Benito irrigation district, dent Rhee    for SO years, died Wcdnesda> The staff rats were flown to Light in Floresville, where he had Seoul’s Kuripo Airfield from Tok- resided for the past two years, yo and crossed the Han River over    He is survived by his wife an ! a pontoon bridge also flown to the a son, A. VV Jackson of San Be-eapital. Hundreds of civilians lin- Rito. cd the streets. Few applauded evidently not comprehending the    DONALD F. FOOTE significance of the caravan.    HARLINGEN    Funeral    services for Donald Frank Foote, 37, Har- rlrlver * license Roble* Samuel Vela. $30    '___ n.nnM.    I    a    Feria'    both    °f    Brownsville. Raul oarcta. $35 rot drivtne *'th no George Donovan Duke, La herm, Ac__rd,n_ fh nrtitimi . Eugene Ralph Waters, Harlm- According to the petition, a car gen Joe Boh Lawrence. Jr .* Har- JHvcn by E. VV. Scott rn which the I ngen Don Elbert Flynn. Marlin- f've ™n were riding, and a car gen; Roy Weldon Forren San driv<>n Torres were involved rn Benito; Hardy Eugene Watkins, Harlingen; William Robert King, Bid well, Jr., Harlingen; Barney Winfred Meredith. Harlingen; Richard D. nitmi«**4 a w Remirk. Mrs Maria Harlingen; Leroy E. collision July 5 near Port Isabel. The plaintiff allege Torres was negligent. Matjeka asks for $5,400 damages; Skinner, $5,250; Whipple, $5.-250, Williams. $6,250 and Rosen- Moore Mat- koettPr> 52.650. Marine Calendar Korean War Casualties Hit 17.220 and WASHINGTON — I**)— The announced total of U. S. casualties • n the Korean war rose to 17.220 a**m IN THE BA I TI.E-sc ai red capo |!ri£pn resident since 1942. will be “°f,La.N' IN PORT LEV rn. yacht MV RIDBOHOLM <Seed I. J E Sidman agent. SS KENDAL FISH (CS). Lather Co agent. BS KEYSTONE STATE CU S.), Philen Shipping Co . agent SS MONTELLO (Pal ). Phtlen Shipping Co., agent. MV DENMARK (Pan ). McCarty Shipping Co., agent SS SYLVIA LYKES (US Co., agent. Jovlta Davis. Harlingen; thews. La Feria; Ralph Lawrence Brown, Harlingen; Romeo Chapa, San Benito; Jose Soto Duarte, San Benito; Nattvidad Hernandez. Raymondville. Gilberto Cantu Cruz. San Benito; Ubaldo Martinez Gonzalez, Harlingen; Miguel Cortez. Olmito; Jesus Perez. San Renito; Rosalio Rodriguez, San Benito; Natividad Corean Estrada, San Benito. Amado Cann, Santa Rosa;    _    ____ Anton Charlie Kolinsky, Harlin- Thr No-Na-Me Dance Club gent; Jose Garza Villarreal, San ,^^3 Friday, 8 p.m. at the air- People 4nd Fronts Reception for teachers. Fir*>t Ward Parent Teachers’ Association, Friday evening, 7;30 Sept. JO. Benito; Jacinto Martinez. La Paloma. Andres Castro Pineda, Jr.. Ray- base. The Newman Club of Texas J. tallier end Bondville; Jose Sfclazar.^ HarHn- Southmost College wUl have a gen; Julian Caballero. TUO TEMFX iMex.i, Jovita Perez. Benito: Charles Bruce McCarty Ship pin*! Jr., Harlingen; Jose Cruz, Lo? Lady of Guadalupe Church. tai building, shortly before Mac- hfld at 7 o’clock tonight with the Arthur appeared, .security officers Ppv. Wade Hampton pastor of the First Christian Church, offi- The Defense Department reported the figure as the total of ra-s laities whose lambies had been p"Ur-. !*Itj notified through Sept. 22. It is 3.309 higher than the total (Hon ). Co. agent. DEPAtTt RES TANKER SALAMANCA (Mex). Jovlta found and removed a bundle dynamite with a wire attac hed. It < iatinR was enough to have blown out the, The bodv will be forv.-arded bv. front of the big building, they said iKreidler.Ashcraft Funeral Home announced through Sept 15. While shattered glass tinkled lo FreeVdle. NY. for services into the assembly .bam be rf rom a ?,nd burift[ Thp Harlingen Aerie blasted dome overhead General 2738 of the FrRtemal Order of the MacArthur told the .5-year-old R , f wh h Mr Footp wa, a South Korean president    member, will conduct last rites I am happy to restore to you. flftPr ,ervices at th? Kreidler- Ashciaft Chapel. Mr. Foote was associated with the Owl Cafe. He died at his home Wednesday night whue listening to a radio broadcast of the Ezzard Charles-Joe Louis world heavy- Korean chief v‘'r‘*ht championship bout. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Theresa Foote; a daughter, Ina Jr. San comunion breakfast Sunday fol-Eubank. lowing IO c'clock mass at Our The Indios; Merced Cantu. J., Port breakfast will be at the White Isabel; Joe Neal Hicks, Harlin- Kitchen. Guest speaker will be gen; Jackie Eugene Cox, Harlin- Paul Garza, high school teacher gen; Rafael Garcia, Harlingen; ot Spanish. Elida Rodriguez has Candido charge of reservations tor the Mr. President, the scat of your government that from it you may bettor fulfill your constitutional responsibilities.” Rhcc thanked the U.K. commander and the Allied air, field and navy c n rn rn a n cl era Then the Princeton-educated executive sternly called on trapped Korean Reds to surrender or die It includes 2.441 dead, 41,050 wounded and 3,959 missing in action Of the dead, 2.211 were killed in action or died of wounds. The department breakdown of the 17,220 lists the 230 who died cf wounds in both the total of dead and the total of wounded. The total of missing includes 1b7 men who have returned to military control and 50 TUG MATAMOROS and Barg#* RTO-!41 143 and 14j cUSu^Lamer and Co.    1    Acj0if    j    Leal. Harlingen; MV TASCO (Nor.. J. E. Eidman, agent. Ortiz. San Benito; Arthur Cal- breakfast. --  ’andret.    Jr.,    San    Benito.    - William Dee Kyser, Jr.. San Be- Chief Deputy County Clerk Is-nito; Placido Serna. Harlingen; mael Zarate Sr., was to enter Joseph Charles Steinbach. Harlin- Mercy Hospital today for trcat-gen; Jose Alvarez. Los Fresnos; meat. Dionicio Castillo, San Benito; Fran-    —---- _ cisco Rodriguez, San Benito: Ed- Cottoii Hauls Ui t)iii Mexico Are Resumed ward Elbert Aleott. Harlingen; .Carlos Sifiientes, San Benito; Raemon Mejia, Harlingen; Marvin , Woolbrieht San Benito; Inicieto MATAMOROS— Cotton export woo*    Rogcr Norman who are traffic was back to normal today Helgerson Lyford; Rhce said justice would be meted Thanes Foote, both o, Hnilingen. out to Korean war criminals, but parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank he assured the people there would be no indiscriminate revenge. He said the republic would 'distinguish those who dared tyranny and robbrrv from those who were simply impressed into such a group.” THE BUSY LITTLE LOT SPECIAL—1947 Pontiac 2-door sedan, radio, healer, new paint, seat covers.......$1095 Foote, Freeville; four sisters, Mrs. Marjorie Morgan. Mrs. Pauline O’Leary, and Mrs. Beatrice Burlingame all of Portland. N. Y., and Mrs Mildred Grampp of Canaan Con.; six brothers. Robert anet Fred of Portland, Charles and Car’* both of Ithaca, N.Y., Emmett of THRO! GUO! T Southwest and Freeville, and Kenneth of Ag3-West Korea, Allied forces mopped warn, Mass. up on Rod pockets. Far East Air    —    — Forces bombers and fighters flewj    EARLE C. GRASS a record of 792 sorties to take an EDCOUCH Earle C. Grass. 58, effective part in the cleanup. resident of Edcouch since 1919, Evidences of Red atrocities mul- uied early this morning in Mer-t'plied. AP correspondent Bom cedes Hospital. He was, chief known to be prisoners of war. after an agreement was reached This leaves 3.742 currently listed between Federal Traffic Police Cameron Oil J ests Reported Drilling In Shale Marshall Coming Johnston, Har- StiU drjllin? jn shalp arP br*h as missing. lingen; Maurice Daniel Cohn, Haij tbe Cameron County oil well tests the Texas down bv '50 Studebaker *5 ton pick-up low mileage, like new $1495 47 Plymouth 4-door sedan, new paint, cheap at    $1095 ■41; Chevrolet 4-door sedan, radio, heater, new paint $1095 ’46 Plymouth Club Coupe, radio, low mileage, only $995 ’46 Ford 2-cioor sedan, new paint, low mileage    $895 '41 Studebaker Champion 2-door sedan, overdrive, scat covers, only    $495 41 Buick special 4-cioor sedan, tadio, heater, plastic seat covers, a buy at    ..    $495 40 Studebaker Champion 2-door sedan. Good gas mileage, only $445 41 Chevrolet 2-door sedan, in good condition ..... $445 '40 Buick 4-cioor sedan, radio, heater, a buy at ..    $195 ’39 Chevrolet 2-door sedan, a good fishing car    $U5 OTHERS TO CHOOSE FROM TUGGLE MOTOR CO Cars — STUDEBAKER — Trucks 348 W. Elizabeth Ph. 2-4373 Price reported the bodies of nearly IOO South Korean civilians and police were found Thursday night in two uncovered trenches at the Taejon prison. An undetermined number of other bodies were found in two open wells nearby. These were in addition to the bodies of 40 American prisoners of war found in a covered trench in the rear of the Taejon police station. Eighteen more Americans and 787 South Koreans were reported 1 massacred at Chongju, 22 miles I north of Taejon. Captured Reds i made the reports to First Cavalry : intelligence officers, saying 600 had been shot and 187 blown to bits with dynamite Prisoners at Seoul had heen removed by the fleeing Reds. Hershey operator at the Central Power and Light Co. ice plant here. Mr Grass moved to Edcouch from Wabash. Ind. He was born lr. Huntington, Ind., and was a member of the Masonic Lodge and the American Legion. Survivors include his wife and daughter, Miss Nancy Ann Grass of Edcouch, and a son, Major W. E. Grass of Randolph Field in San Antonio. Funeral services will be held at 4 p.m. Saturday at Stotler Mortuary in Mercedes Rurial will be ,11 Ebony Grove Cemetery, Mercedes. Dry-Throats Ignore This About 35 gallons of liquor went gurgling clown the- drain today when Customs destroyed 172 bottles of confiscated alcohol. The bottles represented 58 seizures of a large variety of liquors made during the period from Oct. 3, 1949 to Dee. 30, 1949. The majority were seized at the two bridges into Mexico, though the largest single quantity—48 bottles—was taken at Tort Brow ns\ Hie. The liquor, which took over an hour to pour out while the required two witnesses watched, included bourbon, scotch, mescal, liahanero, red wine, gin, rum. tequila, madero, aguardiente kirsch cocktail, cognac and straight alcohol. The destroying runs so far behind the time of seizure *>e-eause records have to go through the Customs office in Laredo, and time is allowed for owners of the liquor tee petition for the right to keep it. P. J. and Tamaulipas State Police. iin£en; Bennie Carl Chasteen. San being t Mayor Ernesto L. Elizondo said Bonito; Jack William Arnold. Ray- company that after talks with Federal mondville; Melroy Cecil Hare,, Latest reports show the Traffic Bureau Chief Enrique P6- Brownsville; Craig Elmer Zimmer- Davi3 No \ three lh* rez Espinosa, and Captain Rafael man. san Benito; Juan Gutierrez,j milM northwest of Brownsville Milanes Mercado, Coahuila cot-1gan Benito: Marion Lee Jacob, Jr.. ls dnll n in h l { 7qin fpp,' ton laden trucks were allowed to s*nta Rosa; Bronce Milton Altum, lt d    ’ Q L v    , erose the border into Brownsville.^ Feria; Donald Lee Means, Har-Ul ™ ao*n 10 7'043 fcct « The cotton laden trucks were lingen; Vicente Bautista Herrera, -p'bp ^rs j y _ held up because Tamaulipas Traf- Los Fresnos; Billy Otto Burke, located IO miles west of Port Isa-fic Police here asked payment Harlingen: Allen Judson Doan. Jr., bpl Qn thp f-a ranch linda is of a 25-peso special freight haul- San Benito; Samuel Reyna, Raying permit. The permit applies mondville; .only to out of state trucks and William Allen Milton. Lyfoid. not to Tamaulipas vehicles. Cap- Oscar Balli Silguero, Harlingen, tain Milanes said    Santiago B:scamilla, Raymondville; No word had been received to- Luis Fernandez. San cm .0, . an-day from Mexico City on the mat- «el Cipriano Hinojosa Harlingen ter    J    Manuel Rodriguez. San Benito, Lucas A. Flores. Jr., San Benito; Ray mondville Has Y ear's Biggest Fire rn shale at 9,116 feet, which is 443 feet deeper than a week ago. HEARING SET AUSTIN ,.'Pi7- The railroad commission will review all exceptions to its flare gas order in the Levelland Field, Cochran and Francisco R. Chirre. Harlingen;    *    PUbH<: Aubry Gene Webster, Raymond- _____________________ Ville; Victor Lopez Perez, La Feria; \ ic tor Martinez Perez. San Benito; Blackwell Jr., Raymondville; Nes-Robert Eugene Walker, Los Pres- °r Mauro Lopez Port Isabel: nos- Orville Lee White. Raymond- Guadalupe Villarreal. San Be-Ville; James Robert Cocke. Har- o!,.0L,_ n~Do/se    Lyford; lingen: Pedro Garcia Trevino. San Benito; Roy Castaneda, Raymondville; Silvestre Cortez Lopez, San Benito:    Billy    Talmadge    Mitchell, Lyford; Albert Earl Knipe, Har- If You Can't Buy a New Car, Why Not Buy a Good Used Car? Buy These Are Good Used Cars Army Tractor .. 1939 L-Zephyr ----- 1939 Buick ........ 1946 Buick Sedan . 1948 Buick Sedan 1940 Chevrolet Truck $ 850 $ 175 $ 375 $1450 $2200 $ 350 1946 Chrysler New Yorker $1375 1946 Chrysler Windsor $1350 1947 Chrysle. 4-door .    $1650 1946 De Soto 4-door .... $1150 1926 Dodge Sedan ..... $200 1937 Dodge Pickup ...... $275 1937 Dodge 4-door ..... $ 275 1946 Dodge Sedan 19-37 Ford Sedan 1940 Ford Convertible 1941 Ford Coupe 1942 Ford Pickup 193C Plymouth 4-door 1938 Plymouth Sedan 1939 Plymouth Conv. 1941 Plymouth Sedan 1947 Plymouth Coupe 1947 Plymouth 1946 Oldsmobile Sedanette $1150 1947 Pontiac 4-door .    $1250 $1195 $ 350 $ 450 $ 550 $ 4 50 $ 1150 $ 350 $ 350 $ 550 $1150 $1195 AJerl And Alive BROWNSVILLE Deaths    ....... I Persons injured    ........ 58 Total accidents    ....    300 Total damages    . .    $57,835 Average value of damages . .    ,    $193 VAI,!.EV TRAFFIC DEATHS 33 7 23 4 67 Near (Continued From Paqe One) men. At present men IP through 26 who have dependents 01 who are vcterans with more than 90 days' military service arr exempt. Of the additional 300.000 men needed in the draft, Pentagon officials said this includes 50,000 men ,0 he inducted during October and 70,000 in November. Th; . would leave 180.000 to be inducted in December, January, February and M arch. The I Pentagon said no quotas have been fixed for those months. LEG AL ADVERTISEMENT tinily as follows, to wit: Suit for divorce by Ezequtel Zepeda, plaintiff, agamist Franrisca Gonzalez de Zepeda, defendant, alleging that defendant w as guilty of excesses cruel treatment Monday (Set 2 at t hp count v tavant! outrage* towards plaltctff of sum a ,,    -    al    ’ne    count    . Hidalgo County ..... VY iliac* County ....... Cameron County ....... Starr County .......... Total Last fatal accident: 31iss>ion, Sept. 16, City RAYMONDVILLE — Two fires occurred in Raymondville Wednesday night. One of them was called the biggest blaze the city nas had this year. P’ire Chief Jack Scott said the biggest fire about ll p. rn discovered in a large storehouse ganta Rosa; Elmo Moody, san Be    _    . at Ely Courts in West Raymond- nit Pedro Cantu Port Isabel;!^"’ Enrique Weaver, Jr. San Be voile Total damage was estimate t o Cavazos Lyford Yndale- IV-    Jesus Longoria. Son Benito; cd at about $5,500 with $3,500 on cin s Hinojosa, Jr.. Sebastian;'Hoyt Mitchell, Harlingen; Manuel Garza Olivares. Jr., San Eulalio Camarillo. Santa Rosa; Ed- Jjjjen. Rmi8:e Tolentino, Harlin gar Allen Talley. San Benito; Erne- £,en'    Palornares,    Harlingen; lio Salinas. Sebastian; Roman Cas-j . ®'^d(U^°{‘rea- San Benito; Jose tillo, San Benito; Ramon Salinas.}* J® ''^lar, La Sara; William San Benito; Roger William, Los! , ™ 1    Harlingen; Frank .    ..    .    Fresnos; Richard Owen Bentley. ’J™" L.vssy. Santa Rosa; Dame! of the two came Harlingen; Moses Mendez Delgado. ^a3rtinT7” ,San R™,to; Santos Sal-1. when flames were RavmondviUr; W Lynn Wiegand. azai:b"*rlH?e":    e  -1-—*------ Alberto Mireles Rosales, Harlin- (Continued From Page One) ‘he building and the remainder Ramon John Otrosa, Harlingen; eceases in 'costs.” The estimates en the equipment inside it.    Benito' Juan Urbina Guerra. La Manuel Mungia Gloria, San Beni- also include a 5 per cent engi-    The smaller    was at    8:30    p.m.    Paloma' Carl Eugene Feller San    to: F1o>'e«tino Trevino, Harlingen; neermg fee which will go to the    rn a three-car    garage    storeroom    Benito Tuan Francisco Villafuorte.    Israel    Leon Garcia, San Benito; firm that draws plans for the pro- at the Fidel Leal residence. Dam- San Benito; Charles Herrington,1 Thomas David Stevens, Santa posed improvements.    age was estimated at about    $800.    ;Ban Benito Joe Pullen Kidd, liar-    Rosa-    Francisco Martinez. Hat- War is also costly in terms of    The fire chief    said a    boy    was    j j ^ g- e n; Edward Edker Penney,    !inSen:    -Jose Luis Rui? Cantu, Har- time, the city commission learned repairing a flat bicycle tire with1 Harlingen! Rani Garcia. Olmito;.l,nJ?en; Oscar Rodriguez. Harlin-•‘ hen it opened bids on some a hot patch and apparently had Horace Carroll Lytle. Harlingen; £cn; Lucio Alaniz. Rio Hondo; $120,000 worth of water plant Discarded a match used to light jOSP Domingo Perez, San Benito; Santos Delgado. Harlingen' e quipment last night. Six bids the patch on a wooden setee in Augustin Garza Ybarra. Harlingen;T ’eddy Balli. Harlingen:    Julio were received. Bidders offering the garage    Encarnacion    Cervantes.    Ray-:Abrego San Benito; Charles Mil- vital filter equipment quoted de-    '    T7”’-' livery dates ranging up to 200 Poll Taxes To Be Sold Cameron County poll taxes for I he coming year will go on sale Kerr in! ( utez Al Fort Ord BROWNSVILLE MOTOR CO. 1222 East Washington Dial 2-5666 collector's office here. C. H. Holcomb, county tax assessor and collector, today said and 250 days from the date the «I der is placed. The bids were turned over to Sigler, Clark and Winston for evaluation. The next article in this series will deal with sewer improve- Grd california, the Fourth Infan-menta outlined in the engineers lry Dlvision announced. Cortez enlisted in Brownsville Sept. 2 He will nave 14 weeks basic training atte which he will be assigned permanently or be sent to specialist school. He is the son of Mr*. Manuela B. Cortez, 104 Goodrich Avenue, Hero, Raymondville; Marlin Ru-stad, San Benito; Hector Solis Recruit Reynaldo Cortez, 19, is I[Flores, JMatamoros,.Tamps.,Mex.; starting his bas e training at Fort mondville; Jose J. Maria Gutie-!^'1 Elkins, Harlingen; Harold L rrez, Harlingen; Jesus Jose Man- England, Harlingen; Raul Nar-talvo, San Benito; Daniel Caba- ^aiz. San Benito; Cecil Otis Ang Eron Rocha, Harlingen; Hilario Rodrigetiz, San Benito; Tomas erman, Harlingen; Jo Edwin Foster, Combes; Gumen Rodriguez. Harlingen; William Lee Moser, Los Fresnos; David Vega, Harlingen; Inoceneio S. Martinez survey Probation Given In Assault Case Juan Flores of Brownsville yes- LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT THE STATE OF Tf.XAS LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT To: FRANCISCA GONZALEZ DE ZEPEDA Greeting You ar* commanded lo appear and answer the plaintiff * petition at or before IO o'clock a rn. of the firs' Monday after the expiration of 42 days from the date! of ts&yanre of this Citation.' th* kame are being Monday the 23rd day of October. Krancisea Gonzalez A D, 1950, at or before IO o'clock am fendant. tutor* the Hondah* District Court oft The nature of said (Ult being tubstan-j Cameron County, for the 103rd Judicial District of Texas, at the Court House In Brownsville, Texas Said plaintiff's petition wa* filed on the «th day of September. 1950.    I    Court at otrii .. in r,,.u ncut,, N(?h27qfRle number of sald *ult be,ne this lite 7th da: of September, A. D . 1950 No. 2791)8.    I    (SKAL' The na mea of th* parti** In said suit n D NORTON-Clerk. tOilrd Judicial Ezeciuiel epeda as Plaintiff, and Dlstrir. Cf,,i; Cameron County, 'texas d* Zeped*. a* De- By LULA GEORGE—Deputy School. nature as to render their living together as husband and wife Insupportable, lur-ther alleging there is (to community property of the marriage and that there  ---- ---- ----------• *—-/ ——-    - —    ------„— . _iii - Ui„L are two minor    children thereof. Rosa-    there ere    3ome 24,000    qualified    terday was placed on three years    ana    aitenaea tsrownsviue riign n«n?.i a«ci^    I, ypar*    of ,a*e'    and    voters in    the county.    Last year    piobation by    Judge Arthur A.    c'~'    ’ int: for a divorce Vue! special'\m\ 'general his office issued 22,320 poll taxes Klein of the 107th District. Court re!itf    (compared    to    14,657    the    previous    otter pleading guilty to    a charge lB50SUed tlil* he 7:h day of Septpmber ! year.    *    of assault with intent to murder. Given under my    hand and    seal of    said Mr. Holcomb added    that dead-!    Flores was    arrested by police line for obtaining poll taxes Is July 29 when he allegedly com-Jan. SI.    mitted an assault on Jesus Gar- —    -c.a of Brownsville. Malaya    has increased in popu-    Judge Klein    has set the case lation by    nearly    a    third    in    the    or Willie Glen Carlisle,    charged past 16 years.    1 with theft, for next week. , Garcia Galvan. Rio Hondo; Ro-(San Bonito; Leopoldo Rodriguez, Harlingen; Ti oyer Stanley Shof-ner. Harlingen; Teofilc Cruz. Harlingen; Raymond Penick, Raymondville; David Glenn Lassiter Raymondville; Claude Lester Fit'h. Rav- berto Diaz Martinez, San Benito; Willie Montemayor, San Benito; Ray Kenneth Terry, Harlingen; John Cecil Decker, Harlingen; Florencio Pedraza, San Benito; Donald Marion Gergory, Harlin- (9—a-15-22-23—501 Hoard SATURDAY Trinity Lutheran junior LrucLon class at IO a.rn. tns- gen; Beryl Roland Burgess, San mondville; Pablo S. Gonzales, Benito; Enrique Atkinson, San Harlingen; Claude Edward Law-Benito; Elizandro Amaya, San fence, Harlingen; Ramon Perez, Benito;    Lyford;    Buster    Bridge-c    Sanderson. Oscar Garcia, Sebastian; Carlos Harlingen; Egbert Donald Haynes, Galvan Soto, Rio Hondo; Vidal Harlingen: Hliazar Martinez, San de Ins Santos, Harlingen; Robert {Benito; Luis Bueno Abrego, San Ray Kerr, La Feria; Rogelio;Benito; Suarez, Harlingen; Pat Wofford Alejandro Bocanegra, San Bo-Reagan. Raymondville; Tomas nito; Jose Domingo Gonzales, Reyes, Jr., Port Isabel; Arturo Santa Maria; Rexford Lewis Gern-Garza, San Benito; Latinano Ysa- cr, Ji„ Harlingen; Fernando R. guirre. San Renito; Ricardo Rat- Renaud. Raymondville; Joel P, Jiff, San Benito; Marion Charles,Rodriguez, San Benito. ;