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COCHRANE BATTLES NARDI AT VET ARENA
_ _ - N i WILD BRAWL IS EXPECTED Big George Fast Becoming Most Popular Tugger “Giant George” Cochrane, rapid ly becoming known as one of the worst old meanies wrestling in South Texas, returns to the Vet arena Wednesday night, pairing with Lilo Nardi, giant from Mus soliniland, in the main mill. In fast order, “Giant George” has kicked up disturbances in rings at Corpus Christl, Harlingen, Brownsville and Laredo, and by now he enjoys the unwelcomed dis tinction of being the most unpop ular tugg^ operating in this sec . tion. “ • Jailed Last Week Endowed w'ith superhu man strength and cursed with an ex tremely vindicative nature, “George the Giant’’ usually winds up his matches in a wild stomping bee. Out of the ring he is as nice a fel low aa one would meet in a day’s travel. He possesses A. B. and ► Bb. A. degrees from George Wash ington University, and at one time was mentioned for a position on the All-American football team. Last week he wound up in the county bastile for giving Dutch Hefner a slam and a few stomps after the bout at the Vet arena had been officially terminated. “George the Giant” will likely have his temper up again Wednes day night, for he lost a bout to Hans Schultz at Harlingen Tues night night largely because of a myopic refereee. Nardi is spreading his stuff con siderably following his victory over Tiny Ruff at Harlingen Tuesday. The big Italian is amply tough, and his bout with Cochrane should hold the fans' attention. In the semi-final Rex Smith is to tangle with Roy Reynolds. Smith, young Australian cartoonist, has developed a “villain’’ complex of late, and he may try some rough stuff on Reynolds. If he does, it will be just too bad. for that is the old Wildcat’s favorite dish. The card will be opened by An tonio Canalas and George Cham bers. “Cactus Pete” Brown, who was originally billed here Wednesday night, did not make connections and will not appear on the card. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable * Cameron County—Greeting: Ycu are hereby commanded to summon Geronimo Muniz, by mak ing publication of this Citation once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof in acme newspaper publish ed in your county, ir there be a newspaper published therein, but if not, then in the nearest county where a newspaper is published; to appear at the next regular term of the 103rd. District Court of Cam eron Ocunty, Texas, to be held at the Court House thereof, in Browns ville,' on the thud Monday in September A. D. 1933, same being the 18th., day of September, 1933, then and there to answer a petition, filed In said Court on the 8th., day of August A. D. 1933, in a suit numbered on the docket of said Court, No. 12363, wherein Angelita Olvera Muniz, is Plaintiff and Geronimo Muniz, it Defendant and the cause of action being alleged u follows; That Plaintiff is now and has been for a period of more than twelve months, prior to the filing of this petition herein, and actual bona fide resident of the State of Texas, and has resided in Cameron County more than six months next proceeding the filing of this petition. That plaintiff and defendants were married at Las Aranas ranch in Cameron County, Texas, on or about the 5th day of April 1916, that they continued to live together as husband an<l wife until on or about the 1st day or November, 1921, when without any provocation or cause whatever, De fendant voluntarily left Plaintiff and they have since lived apart without cohabitation for over ten _ years next before the filing of this rsuit. Plaintiff would further show to the Court that out of the mar riage relationship between Plain tiff and Defendant in this cause, there was born unto them two chil dren, namely, Romana Muniz. 16 ! years old and Rosa Muniz 15 years j old; that said children are now in the custody of the Plaintiff and have been as such in her custody since the Defendant abandoned them in 1921. that Plaintiff would respectfully request of this Court that the care, custody, management and control of said children be awarded to the Plaintiff. Plaintiff further shows t e Court that at the time of their marriage in Cam eren County. Texas, on the 5th day of April. 1916. they had no com munity property . nd have acquired rone at the present time and that there is none for this Court to ad indicate. Wherefore, premises considered, Plaintiff pravs that Defendant be Cited to appear on terms of law and answer her-in, that Plaintiff be given separation from the bonds of matrimony by a decree of di vorce and that she have all other relief, both general and special, legal and equitable, to which she may show herself p’ititled to and for all costs of Court in this behalf exoended. Herein fail not. but have you before said court, on said first dav of the next term thereof, this writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed th same. Witness my hand and official seal at my office in Brownsville. Texas, this 8th. dav of August A. D. 1933. (L. S.) J. J. BISHOP. Clerk District Court, Cameron County. Texas. By a. N. Vela. Deputy. 8-9-16-23-30-4t-4636 <: - Texan Is Among Leading Qualifiers In Amateur Trials (By The Associated Press) Four names stood out today among all their amateur golfers who expect to have a shot at bring ing back to the United States the national crown now worn by Ross (Sandy) Somerville of London, Ont. Johnny Goodman of Omaha, na tional open title holder. Frank Dolp of Portland, Ore., former Walker cup player, Lawson Little, of Cali fornia, and Leland Hamman of Texas turned in the outstanding par-cracking feats in yesterday’s HOT GAME IS UP WEDNESDAY San Benito Business Men To Attend Rio Hondo Contest ______ SAN BENITO. Aug. 9.— That playground ball game to be played Wednesday night at Rio Hondo be tween the Pelley Shoemen (former ly Deakin) and the Rio Hondo White Sox will be no mere exhibi tion affair although carded as a part of the gocd will trip local men are going to make to that city. The game will decide the first half championship of the play ground ball in which these teams are entered. It is a part of the play off series. The good will trip is being spon sored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce and all local people who wish to make the journey are in vited to do so. The start will be made from the Stonewall Jackson Hotel at 7 p. m. and the trippers will be accompanied by a fire truck decorated with advertising for the cotton carnival to be held here Saturday. There will be music and a talk by H. M. Carroll at Rio Hondo followed by the ball game. Jeby Faces Tough Test in Brouillard NEW YORK, Aug. 9. (£>) — Ben Jeby, who is recognized in New York as middleweight champion of the world but who hasn’t carried his claims far outside, runs into one of the toughest tests in his career tonight when he faces Lou Brouil lard of Worcester, Mass., in a 15 round title fray at the Polo Grounds. A crowd of only about 10,000 is expected at the Polo Grounds as the lack of color in the bout ap pears to have offset the top price of S3.50. Brouillard has been made a slight favorite in the betting on the strength of his fine showing in training. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cameron County—Greeting: Ycu are hereby commanded to summon Maria Martinez de Rami rez by making publication of this citation once in each week for four consecutive weeks previous to the return day hereof in some newspaper published in your coun ty, if there be a newspaper pub lished therein, but if not, then in the nearest county where a news paper is published; to appeal at the next regular term of the 103rd District Court of Cameron County, Texas, to be held at the Court House thereof, in Brownsville, on the third Monday In September A. D. 1933 same being the 18th day of September, 1933, then and there to answer a petition, filed in said court on the 1st day of August A. D. 1933, in a suit numbered on the docket of said court, No. 12346, wherein Roque Ramirez Is plain tiff and Maria Martinez de Rami rez is defendant and the'cause of action being alleged as follows: Now'comes Roque Ramirez, who resides in Cameron County, Texas, hereinafter called plaintiff, comP plaining of Maria Martinez de Ramirez, hereinafter called de fendant, whose whereabouts is unknown to this plaintiff for the reason that she left him on or about the 15th day of December, 1928. going into Mexico, and since which time has not heard of her or from her; and for cause of action, plaintiff represents to the court that he is and has been for a period of twelve (12) months prior to the exhibiting of his peti tion herein and has been a bona fide inhabitant of the State of Texas, and has resided in the said County of Cameron, Texas, for at least six (6) months next preced ing the filing of this suit. Plaintiff further represents and alleges that, without any provoca tion or cause whatever defendant voluntarily left and abandoned the bed and board of this Petitioner, with the intention of finally sep arating and living apart from him. and has continued so to do un to the filing of this petition, and they have since lived apart without cohabitation for over five (5) years next before the filing of this suit. Wherefore, premises considered. Plaintiff prays the court that defendant be cited to appear and answer herein and for judgment dissolving said marriage relations, for costs of suit, and for such oth er and further relief, special and general, in law and in equity, that he may be iustlv entitled to. etc. Herein fail not. but have you before said court, cn said first day of the next term thereof, this Writ, with your return thereon, showing how you have executed the same. Witness my hand and official seal at my office in Brownsville, Texas, this 1st day of Angus* A. n TOT? J. J. BISHOP. Clerk District Court, Cameron County, Texas. 8-2-9-16-23-4t-4634 sectional qualifying tests over 22 courses through the country. Dolp had a remarkable score of 68-70— 138 at Tacoma to lead Albert “Scotty” Ca<mpbell for the two places available for a field which included two other nationally known stars, Dr. O. F. Willing and Don Moe. Goodman, Little, and Hamman each had a 139 score for 36. Among those who qualified and are expected to be important con tenders for the title were George Dawshon of Chicago, Walter Em ery, the intercollegiate champion, Charlie Seaver of Los Angeles, Maurice McCarthy of Cleveland, Johnny Fischer of Cincinnati and Gus Moreland of Dallas. Two Canadians, one a close friend of the defending champion, also were on the list. They were Jack Nash of London, Ont., Somerville's heme town, and Nicol Thompson of Tor onto. Texans Shoot Well DALLAS, Tex.. Aug. 9. (/P) — A sub-par 70-69—139 gave Leland Hamman medalist honors in the southwestern sectional qualifying ! round of the national amateur tour nament. Hamman. registered from the Paris Country club but now liv ing at Waco, was one under par for the 36-hole grind yesterday. This section was allotted five qualifying places. The starting field of eighteen shot some mar velous golf, but it remained for Hamman, Jack Munger of Dallas. Reynolds Smith of Dallas, Gus Moreland of Dallas, and W. R. ‘•Shorty" Long, Jr., of Austin to qualify. Munger, the eastern interscholas tic champion toured the difficult Brook Hollow Golf club course in 69-71—140 to be runner-up to Hamman. Smith, Dallas city champion and recent winner of the Corsicana in vitation, clicked a 76-70—146 for third place. Moreland, Texas and trans-Mis sissippi champion, was bad on the first nine holes of the initial round. With two bad holes, he shot a 42 on the front nine but got a par of 3 coming home for a 77. i Realizing he had to shoot even par or better to qualify, he toured the j final 18 holes in 33-37—70 for a grand total of 147. Long shot a 37-35—72 and then a 40-35—75 to tie with Moreland at 147. TEXAS LEAGUE Won. Lost. Pet. Houston . 78 47 .624 Galveston . 76 49 .609 Dallas . 65 58 .522 San Antonio. 63 61 .509 Beaumont . 57 65 .467 Fort Worth . 55 69 .444 Tulsa . 52 69 .429 Oklahoma City_ 48 76 .387 Results Tuesday Beaumont 5-5, Ft. Worth 44. Galveston 11, Okla. City 3. Tulsa 9, San Antonio 8. Only games scheduled. Wednesday’s Games Dallas at San Antonio (night.) Tulsa at Houston, (night). F:rt Worth at Galveston (night.) Oklahoma City at Beaumont. AMERICAN LEAGUE Won. Lost Pet. Washington . 65 38 .631 New York . 65 38 .631 Philadelphia . 52 50 .510 Detroit . 52 54 .491 Cleveland . 52 57 .477 Chicago .. 48 56 .462 Boston ...*. 45 56 .446 St. Louis. 42 68 .382 Tuesday’s Results Washington 5; New York 1. Philadelphia 7; Boston 6. Only two scheduled. Wednesday’s Games Washington at New York. Boston at Philadelphia. Only two scheduled. NATIONAL LEAGUE Won. Lost. Pet. New York . 61 42 .592 Pittsburgh . 59 46 .562 Chicago . 58 47 .552 ' St. Louis . 55 51 .519 ! Boston . 55 51 .519 ; Philadelphia . 44 58 .431 Brooklyn . 42 60 .412 Cincinnati . 44 63 .411 Tuesday's Results Brooklyn 1; New York 0. (11 innings). Chicago 4; St. Louis 2. Only two scheduled. Wednesday’s Games Philadelphia at Boston. St. Louis at Chicago. Only two scheduled. TEXAS LEAGUE LEADERS (By The Associated Press) Leading Hitters Player AB H Avg. Purdy, San Antonio 345 126 .365 Bonura, Dallas .... 419 148 .353 Bennett. Dallas. 221 75 .340 Washington. Ft. W. 460 153 .333 Fausett, Galvestcn... 502 167 .333 < Other leaders) Hits—Fausett of Galveston. 167. Doubles—Bejma of San Antonio, 38. Triples—Hostetler of Tulsa. 18. Home runs—Bonura of Dallas, 22. Runs batted in—Bonura of Dal las, 93. Runs scored—Bonura of Dallas, 117. Stolen bases—Clifton of Beau mont, 43. Strikeouts—Thormahlen of Gal veston, 126. Complete games pitched— Greer of Hcuston, 23. Games won—Darrow of Galves ton and Greer of Houston, 20. Witch hazel seed pods have been known to “explode” and throw their i seed 45 feet. SOLONS TAME YANKEES 5-1 Washington Victory Gives Her Lead of Two Games BY ORLO ROBERTSON (Associated Press Sports Writer) Just when it appeared the New York Yankees in general and Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig in particular had swung back into their devas tating ways, along came Earl White hill, leader of Joe Cronin's mound staff at Washington. As the result, the Senators today held a two game advantage over the cham pions with one game to be played In the current warfare at the sta dium. Unlike the team that rose in its might to sweep a doubleheader Monday, the Yankees yesterday were creek as lambs before the southpaw shoots of Whitehill as the Senators won, 5 to 1. Sens Get Well The Senators opened up a short, but effective, bombardment on Johnny Allen. They connected with i only seven hits but two of the I blows were home runs by Buddy ; Myer and Heinie Manush and three were successive singles by Goose ! Goslin, Manush and Manager Joe Cronin. Tho Washington-New York fray again overshadowed the remainder of the major league's abbreviated program that included the Athlet ics 7 to 6 decision over the Red Sox in the American league and the Dodgers l to 0 victory in 11 innings over the Giants and the Cubs 4 to 2 triumph over the Cardinals and Dizzy Dean in the senior circuit. Robert Moses Grove, appearing for the first time since breaking the Yankees shutout streak, won his 17th game of the season as the A’s turned back the Red Sox but he needed the help of three home runs, one of them Jimmie Foxx’s thirty-second circuit clout of the season. The Dodgers and Giants put on' a pitching duel between Ray Benge and Hal Schumacher, and Brooklyn emerged with the winning run in the eleventh. Schumacher loaded the bases on two singles and & base on balls but it was an error by Johnny Vergez, Just when the Giants appeared on their way out of the hole, that let pinch runner Danny Taylor cross the plate. Benge set the Giants down with three hits, two of them by Schumacher, while his mates got to the Giant hurler for nine. Revenge for Cubs The Cubs, who last week helped Dean establish a new strike out record, avenged themselves by de feating the Cards in the opening game of the series. Although suf fering from wrist injury, received at Pittsburgh last week. Dean fan ned five batsmen. The Cubs, paced by Kiki Cuyler and Gabby Hart nett, collected eight hits, one more than the Cards were able to get off Charlie Root. Scores by innings: NATIONAL LEAGUE New York... 000 000 000 00—0 3 1 Brooklyn .... 000 000 000 01—1 9 1 Schumacher and Mancuso; Benge and Lopez. St. Louis . 000 200 00—2 7 0 Chicago '. 010 020 Olx—4 8 1 Dean and O'Farrell; Root and Hartnett. Only games. AMERICAN LEAGUE Washington ... 000 220 010—5 7 0 New York . 000 100 000—1 5 1 )Vhitehill and L. Sewell; Allen, Uhle and Dickey. Boston . 00 220 110—6 14 2 Philadelphia ... 302 002 OOx—7 11 4 Pipgras, H. Johnson. Welch, and Ferrell; Grove and Cochrane. Only games. To plant the American flag in flowers, use red foliaged coleus, dusty miller and ageratum for the colors red, white and blue, respec tively. New York City has 800 theaters; 252 of these are legitimate theaters and the rest movie houses. - ~ ~ ' The Sports Spade ■9 SAL KUSTAGS When the “Old Timers’ ” parade swings down the line at Hatlingen Aug. 19. F. G. Spears, big Cherokee, will head the Indian delegation with Lon Hill, Sr., Chief George and others. Spears, long a resident of the Harlingen section, is full of In dian sport yarns, for in his day he had such playmates as Jim Thorpe, Will Rogers, Little Bear and Chief Bender. The solid Cherokee was Quite a baseball pitcher himself and once appeared headed for the big leagues. Spears tried an "iron man” stunt once too often, however, and threw his arm away. His salary wing went dead after pitching and win ning a double-header for his Hugo, Okla., club. • • • In his time, Spears frequently hurled against Thorpe, and take it from Spears, the big Sax and Fox was plenty good with the willow, even if they do say he couldn’t hit a curve ball in the big league. The Valleyite takes a great deal of pleasure in telling yarns at the expense of Indians- who could not speak English very well. He tells of one of his friends get ting very mad at an opponent. He did his best to express himself in English but the best he could do was: “Helly. helly. You — you — you .... you what I'm thinkum.1’ • » « Donna. About Due Although they have lost a fine ccach, Claude Dailey, to Mission, the Donna Redskins are about ready to step out in Valley football cir cles. We are taking it for granted that George Vest, Dailey's able as sistant for several years, will step up as head mentor. This fact- cou pled with a lot of good material, should continue the Braves around the head of the class this season. Vest has that will-to-win which means a lot in any competitive sport, and he has the ability to hand it on to his boys. George showed his fighting spirit last sea son with the Mercedes Robins—one of the best amateur basketball ag gregations in the state. • • • Just in case you have forgotten, the leading clubs in the Valley last season were Mercedes, Donna, Pharr-San Juan-Alamo and San Benito. The bottom bracket was made up of Raymondville, McAllen, Mission, Weslaco, La Feria, Edin burg and Lyford. Mercedes, defending champion, has very little material returning from their titular aggregation. Don na and P-SJ-A finished near the top and they have plenty of mate rial available. San Benito appears to be a dark horse entry. FIGHT RESULTS CHICAGO—Laddie Tonielll, 141 1-2, Chicago, outpointed Carlos Herrera, 140. El Paso, Tex., (8). Frankie Wolfram 126. Canada, stop ped Gordon Ross, 125, Chicago, (3). DES MOINES—Jimmy Le Grone, 135, Des Moines, outpointed Buzz Smith. 136, r laha. (6>. LAUREL, Md.—Joe Knight, 167, Miami. Fla., outpointed Joe Ban ovic, 170. Binghamton. N. Y., (10). Carey Wright, 144. Washington, outpointed Kellar Crawford, 145, Salisbury, Md., (6). SEATTLE, Wash.—Freddie Steele 150 3-4, Tacoma, knocked out Frankie Petrolle, 147 1-2, New York, (3). LOS ANGELES— Maxie Rosen bloom, 180 1-2. New York, stopped K. O. Christner. 197. Akron, O., (6). Gorilla Jones, 158, New York, and Vearl Whitehead, 161 1-2, Santa Monica, Calif., drew, (10). Rail Chiefs Visit HARLINGEN. Aug. 9. — H. R. Safford of Houston, executive vice president of the Missouri Pacific Lines, and C. S. Kirkoatrick of Kingsville, division engineer, were visitors in the Valley this week. They inspected the lines and con tacted shippers in company with Oscar Williams, executive general agent with headquarters here. WRESTLING Tonight, V. F. W. Sports Arena, Brownsville —Main Event— George Cochran vs. Lilo Nardi Fighting Marine Wild Italian —Semi-Final— Roy Reynolds vs. Rex Smith OPENER Antonio Canales vs. George Chambers Admission: 25c - 35c - 50c Get the Wednesday Night Habit BEAUMONT IN DOUBLE WIN Cat* Fall to Exporters; Galveston, Tulsa and Others Win (Bv The Associated Press) The Beaumont Exporters have warned that they may yet play in the round-robin series for the Tex as league pennant and the Dixie series spoils. They checked the Fort Worth Cats Monday with a double victory, 5 to 4 and 5 to 4. The drubbing was a severe'blow to the Cats, who have been playing inspired ball in their attempt to reach the first division. It required ten innings for Beaumontto take the initial game. Minogue, Davis and White were bested on the mound by Wade of Beaumont who Imited the Cats to eight hits while his mates collected eleven. The Cats, lagging behind 4 to 2 at the end of the sixth inning, sprang to life and scored two runs in the first of the seventh in the second game, but again the Ex porters proved they have the punch by coming back with a run in the last of the seventh to win. York’s triple with Shelley on first base scored the winning run. For Buc Customers While 5,410 cash customers look ed on, the Galveston Buccaneers took an 11 to 3 contest from the Oklahoma City Indians. It was “appreciation night” at Moody stadium, and the.gate receipts were turned over to the Buc players. The Tulsa Oilers again nosed out the San Antonio Missions, 9 to 8, In a 16-inning contest, making a clean sweep of the three-game series. The Oilers came fro-* behind in the first of the ninth to tie the score and keep in the running for six more scoreless innings. With two out and two on in the first of the sixteenth, Hale’s double sent home two runs, wThile the Missions could muster but one in their half and leave the winning run on first base. Scores by Innings: (First). Ft. Worth ... 020 000 100 1—4 8 0 Beaumont .. 210 000 000 2—5 11 2 Davis, Minogue. White and Whit ney; Wade and Tresh. fSeoond). Fort Worth . 011 000 2-4 5 1 Beaumont . 100 003 1—5 10 0 Collins, Chambers, White and Warren, Whitney; Abberbock, Schultz, Fritz and Fisher. Dallas at Houston, off day. Okla. City .... 021 000 000— 3 7 3 Galveston ... 513 100 Olx—11 10 2 Chamberlain, King. Kennedy and Tesmer; Tubbs and Mealey. Dairymen Organize especial to The Herald) SAN BENITO, Aug. 9.—Dairy men of the San Benito community organized themselves at a meet ing held In Judge W. R. Crockett’s ofifce this week with Jack Wright, president, O. E. Gause, vice presi dent; and B. G. Eubank, secretary treasurer. A county-wide organization was formed recently and a Valley-wide association probably will be formed so that requirements of the NR A may be met more easily. f Announcements - GLASS AND Roofing. Morris Lum ber Co., phone 1400. P-16. Travel Opportunities McAllen - Reynosa BUS DAILY SCHEDULE Leaves Leaves McAllen Reynosa 8:30 a. m. 7 30 a. m. 10:00 a. m. 9:00 a. m. 12:00 p. m. 11:00 a. m. 2:00 p. m. 1:00 p. m. 4:00 p. m. 3:00 p. m. 6:00 p. m. 5:00 p. m. 8:00 p. m. 7.:) p. m. Special bus from Reynosa Sat urday and Sunday, 10:30 p. m. WOULD LIKE to dispose of trans portation to St. Louis, Mo. before August 14th. Cameron Hotel. P28 Automotive 15 Garage & Serv. Stations 17 Business for Sale FOR SALE — Lunch room with sendee station in connection; do ing good business. Box P29 Her ald. P27 _ Business Services 22 Beauty Shops SPECIAL—Mary-Pat Beauty Shop offers reductions of $2.CZ, on,, $8.50 and $1.50 on $8.50 Croquig nole permanents. Time limited. Phone 1272 048 j Business Services 22 Beauty Shops SPECIAL during August—$8.00 per manents, $5.00; $5.00 permanents, $3.50. Also beautiful waves, $1.95 or two for $3.00. Amaya's Beautv Shop, near Herald office. P-18 28 Moving, Trucks, Storage AUSTIN TRANSFER Col flal Levee. Moving and crating. Phone 421 U66 34 4 Insurance WOOD and DODD INSURANCE SURETY BONDS Phones 100 - 101 Brownsville Spivey - Kowalski Building INSURANCE I BONDS W. B. CLINT Phone € Employment 35 Hip. Wanted - Male BEER DISTRIBUTOR wanted in this and contiguous counties when legalized in Texas. Leading lines from a brewery that has manu factured beer in the United States continually and legally for over 75 years. We have no franchise for sale or similar methods. We positively guarantee delivery of products to our man or men qualified financially to keep deal ers supplied. This set-up beats anything you have been offered as our products are standard. Act now for a permanent deal. Write Brewery Representative, Box P23 Herald. WANTED—Reliable man for our representative in every Valley town for the distribution of ad vertising matter. Small cash bond required. P. O. Box 872, Harlin gen. P-10. 35 Hip. Wanted-—Male WANTED: Young, wide-awake serv ice station operator, one acquaint ed with Valley truckers preferred. Experience and small amount of car> necessary. Station located five blocks from business district on Valley Highway in Falfurrias. Leased to Major Company. Has small Cafe in connection. Apply P. L. Vickrey, Falfurrias, Tex. »P26 38 Hip. Male or Female OPPORTUNITY for men or women of character to build paying re peat business on established routes as Resident Representative in Brownsville or vicinity. Whole or part time. Puller Brush Company, Maverick Building, San Antonio. Texas. P23 Merchandise | 53 Musical Goods PIANOS: We have in this vicinity two very fine used pianos for sale for balance due, real bargains, terms. Collins Piano Co., Green ville, Texas. P-30. _Rentals_ 63 Apartments SWEENY Apartments. Cool, mod ern; furnished; reduced rates; service bills paid. 1st and Adams Streets. M19 MAY-DAY. Modern, cool, furnish ed apartments; reduced rates; ser vice bills paid. 139 Washington fit. L-33 64 Rooms UPSTAIRS BEDROOM; modern American home; 1 or 3 gentle men; garage. Phone 415W. 049 69 Wanted to Rent WANTED TO RENT—4 or 8 room unfurnished house with garage; must be reasonable. P. O. Box 306. P-17. SIDE GLANCES • George Clark 101933 NSA S£<3Vlo£lNC. BCG. U. S. PAT. Off. “We must be over Texas now, mamma. It looks awfully big " I - THIS CURIOUS WORLD - LiaearycAP, THE CONE OF AN EXTINCT HOT SPRING \ IN YELLOWSTONE PARK, 1 IS 4200 YEARS ( OLD/ IT5 AGE HAS ' 5EEN DETERMINED THROUGH THE MINUTE QUANTITIES \ of RAD/UM IT CONTAINS. BRITISH SOLDIERS ARE CALLED * TOMMIES" BECAUSE THE BRITISH WAR. OFFICE ONCE SUPPLIED THE SOLDIERS WITH A POCKET MANUAL, AND IN SENDING OUT FORMS FOR INFORMATION/THE NAME "7DMAiyA 7M/VS USED TO DESIGNATE. ANy AND ALL BRITISH SOLDIERS/ / _ TIGER. SHARKS OO NOT ATTACK D££PS£A D/WAS/ A!ft-BOBBLES ESCAPING FROM THE HELMET SCARE THEM AMEy/ 8-9 C tltt fTtA MWVKg. ■*.