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Reach Your Prospects Through the Herald Want Ads—Save Time and Money
STEPS TAKEN
TO EASE 1RED
HOUSE REBELS
Lower Group Hat It*
Feeling Hurt Over
Alleged ‘Wrong*
And Fights Back
WASHINGTON July 3 UP) —
Democratic lead;rs strove Wednes
day to prevent further “revolt” In
the house tgaimt the president and
some of hii; advisers.
L Privately. soms New Deal chiefs
^expressed |Tave fears about what
will happen ne\t week when the
V>use reaches tie Tennessee valley
authority amendments. They were
concerned lest tie chamber repeat
the defeat It gave the president
Tuesday wnen it overwhelmingly
rejected hi* “d«ath sentence" for
utilities holding companies.
Other Clashes Seen
The adriinist ration has been
seeking to broaden TVAs powers
through an.endrrenta. Opponente
.save wag«*d a fight on the measure
Through some leaders said that
the revolt Tuescay would satisfy
the house f>r ths time being, oth
ers saw clashes ahead.
They apprehensively predicted
"mud-slinglng” when the rules
oommittee legin* its investigation
of the activities of Thomas Cor
coran, RFC attorney and "brain
truster”, in connection with the
utilities bill.
They also behoved some legisla
tors would insist upon the with
drawal of Charles West, a former
congressman and now liaison man
between the president and Capitol
Hill
The house, many members said,
has been in a resentful mood for
weeks. They ssld a number of
things contributed to this, among
them:
(1). Repsa ed c incessions by the
administration to the senate after
similar concessions had been re
fused the house;
i (3). A feeling by house members
that they wire net getting patron
age while senator* were;
(I. The presic ent's appar e n t
willingness to deni and talk with
members other than the regularly
ilected democratic leaders;
(4). Recent activity of "liaison
men and “brain trusters "
GOP Start! Firework*
The spark for the initial ex
plosion was provided by a repub
ican. Rep. Brewster of Maine. He
uaid Corcoran hid warned him
rork on the $36,000,000 Pasaama
ijuoddy power project in Maine
would be stopped unless Brewster
''oted for the utilities "death len
ience."
Rep. Moran <D-Me> denied this.
He aaid Corcoran simply warned
that Brewster would not longer be
•trusted to proceM" with legal
work in connection with Quoddy
Alter the house decided to inves
tigate all lobbying in connection
with the utilities MU. pro and con.
Chairman O'Connor iD-NY) said
Its rules commune would make
the inquiry quickly.
Farewell Party Is
Compliment For
Two Y i sit o r s
(Special to Tae Herald)
SAN BENITO. July 3.—Miss Vic
toria Atkinson entertained recently
^et a farewell party honoring Miss
>lh n Atkinson and Miss Lily Herrera,
of Longmott.
Among those present were Misses
Bara. Otilla. Carolina. Celia and
Azueda Rodriguez. Sara Escobar,
Elvira Atkinson, Lilia Garza. Eliza
Valenzuela Adela and Julia Trevino,
Lucrecla Naranjo. Joseflna and Re
becca Gonzales, Celeste and Estela
Esparza. Maria Luisa Zepeda. Bertha
and Celia Atkinson, Lily Herrera and
Eva Atkinson.
Mesdames T. C. Atkinson. Alberto
Atkinson. Juan Rodriguez, Jose Sal
dana Santiago Cortez. Theodore
Orona, of Longmott, and Alberto At
kinson. Ignacio Trevino. Abel Cantu.
Mr Tom Atkinson, Jr., and Mr. Tom
Atkinson. Sr.
-o
. Careys Recovering
* < Special to The Herald)
MERCEDES. July 3 — Mr and
Mrs Jack Carey, who received in
juries in an automobile accident
north of Mercedes Sunday night,
and who were attended at the Mer
cedes hospital, were able to return
to their home in Harlingen Tues
day.
In the District Court of the I'nited
States For the Southern Dis
trict of Texas — Brownsville
Division.
No 563. In Bankruptcy
In the matter of Edgar Vance
Sprowl. Bankrupt
To the Creditors of the Said
Bankrupt
Notice is hereby given that on
the 30th day of June. 1935. the
Ujaid Edgar Vance Sprowl of Mis
sion. Hidalgo County. Texas, a as
duly adjudged a bankrupt, and the
first meeting of his creditors will be
held at the office of Ira Webster.
Referee In Bankruptcy. In the Steg
man Building. Brownsville. Texas,
on the 11th day of July. 1935. at
Eleven (11> A. M. at which time
and place the creditors of the said
Edgar Vance Sprowl. bankrupt,
may appear, prove their claims,
elect a trustee examine the bank
rupt and transact such other busi
l ness aa may properly coma before
i such meeting
Dated June 30. 1935 •
IRA WEBSTER.
Referee In Bankruptcy.
(7-3—It—4974)
I On the island of Ball temple
dancers are retired at the age of
, 13 on the theory that *helr mus
cles have beoome too stiff for the
exquisite grace and agility of the
dance by that time. These danoers
are considered in their prime at the
•fc of &
Immunity from Prison
***** .****•
For Keeping ‘Mum’ Is
*'**** *****
Sought by Press Groups
!
CHICAGO. July 3.—h£*>—A 'free- i
don; of the pres*” movement to|
trant newspapermen the same
immunity from punishment accord
ed physicians and clergymen for
BULLFIGHT ON
REYNOSA CARD
Only French Matador In
World to Appear
In Arena
(Special to The Heraitf >
REYNOSA. June 3—The annua!
Fourth of July bullfight here, which
always draws a large celebration
crowd from both sides of the Rio
Grande, will feature the only French
n-.atador in the world, Emilio Re
greny of Part*.
The Frenchman became interest
ed in bullfighting while cn a vaca
! t on in Spain and at first took it up
at a hobby His skill developed jso
rapidly, however, that he soon be
1 can to fight professionally and even
tually came to Mexico to follow his
profession. The Frenchman is said
to be unusually skillful and daring.
The second matador to appear on
the card is Miguel Gonzalez who has
been very successful in Mexico City
ard in the other larger rings of
Mexico.
The management has obtained
four bulls from the “Oarabato"
ranch for the Fourth of July pro
gram. Bulls from this ranch were
used on the May 5 fight here and
they made a very excellent showing.
The same type of bulls are being
used at the request of the Valley
“i/lcionadc*."
Seats for the fight are verv rea
sonably priced and the prices are
not being Increased for the holiday
card
The fight is scheduled to get un
der way at 5 p. m.. avoiding the heat
of the early afternoon.
A strong supporting cast of ban
deriUercs, picadores and caps* ha*
been organized for the Fourth of Jul>
card.
_
refusing to disclose sources of con
tick ntial information is gaining;
impetus. |
Legislation to make it impossible
to Imprison newspaper reporters 01 j
fine them for remaining mum when
asked to tell where they obtain
newt given to them in confidence,
has been enacted or is pending in i
several states.
This was disclosed by a survey-,
made after the Illinois legislature
recently voted for a bill by F W
Lewis. Robinson, 111., publisher,
specifically exempting newspaper
n er. from being forced to tell courts
and grand Juries the sources oi
ynfkTential information. Governor
Henry Homer, however, haa not
ct signed the measure.
Similar legislation is pending or
contemplated In the legislatures 01
Alabama and Massachusetts, and a
movement along the same line is
being studied by the executive com-1
mittee of the Kentucky Press as
sociation for possible submission to
the legislators of that state In 1930.
The movement, both In Massa
chusetts and Kentucky got under
way after official action had been
taken in several Instances to punish;
newsmen for refusing to “talk.”
Five Fined Here
Three men were fined by Justice
cf the Peace Antonio Barreda Wed
nesday as the result of fights Sun
day.
Emilio and Raul Canul were fin
ed $5 and costs each on charges of
assaulting Manuel Torres at Las
Prletas dance hall Sunday. Santoa
Trevino was fined $25 and costs or
charges of assaulting Benaneio
Garza here Sunday morning
Justice Barreda also fined a wo
man $25 and costs on charges of
vagrancy and a man $1 and costa on
charges of drunkenness.
A British anatomist had ad
vanced the theory that while bralffs
develop, teeth rest and that man>
men with defective teeth have more
than ordinary brain power.
The year 1931 was an exception
ally healthy one in the United
States and Canada, according to
life insurance records, which show
the lowest death rate on record for
that year.
The new serial,
“Sun • Tan,” by
Nard Jones, is the
story of a girl...
and three men
... jealous rivalry,
dangerous intrigue
... and a romance
that is unforget
table. Watch for
“Sun-Tan.”
Beginning July 8 in
Stir Unnunsuflk HeralO
ANNOUNCEMENTS
WALL
PAPER
Financed
MORRIS LUMBER '
COMPANY
6 Personal
STOMACH ULCER, Gab Pains, In
digestion victims, why suffer?
For quick relief get a free sample
of Udga, a doctor's prescription at
McKay's Pharmacy L-58
8 Travel Opportunities
McALLEN,
REYNOSA BUS
DAILY SCHEDULE
Leaves
McAllen
8:30 s. m.
10:00 a m.
12:00 p m.
.00 p m.
6:00 p tn.
4:00 p. m.
8:00 p m.
Leaves
Reynosa
130 a m
9 00 a m.
11 00 a m.
1:00 Pl m.
5:00 p nv
8:00 p m
1:00 p. m.
Special bus from Reynosa Sat
urday and 8unday 10 30 p m.
Try The Herald
Classified Ads
.
To On ftMUii
Classified rales:
M words or leas, one laseration .. 00c
Over 30 words, one maertloo
per word . Sc
iubeequent insertions run consecutive
ly. per word .llfcc
Minimum. 10 woras.
' By month per word . 30c
To insure publication on the same day.
Classified ads must be in the office by
10 a. m. on week days, and by noon
on Saturday for Sunday's paper.
Local notices le per word each Inser
tion.
Phone number • and ask far ths Classi
fied Department An experienced ad
writer will give helpful suggestion* II
wanted, and tall you what the ad will
coat. Then later in the day a boy will
call on you with the bill and you may
pay him
Cheek your ed when It first appear*
as The Herald Is not responsible for
more than one incorrect Insertion.
Note: All Classified advertising Is on a
strictly rash beats.
Giving Johnson
‘the Bird’-for NRA
Recognition of hia bird training
ability for potting tbe Blue Eagle
through tta paces was accorded
General Hugh 8 Johnson at New
York by initiation Into the Circua
Saints and 8inners He waa pre
sented with a blue dyed duck.
The newly appointed Federal
Works progress administrator for
New York City looks relieved on
learning he doesn’t have to eat
the bird.
FLACii YOUR ftusined ads before
10 a m week days and noon
Saturday for proper classification.
8 Travel Opportunities
UNION BUS LINES
Past bonded Buses Leaving Har
lingen 6:30 a m and 3 pm. dally
Arrives San Antonio 1:15 p. m and
10:15 (x m. San Antonio *350
Dallaa $8 80— Abilene *835- Austin
$5.10—Chicago *2140 — St Louts
*17JO Madison Hotel, phone 409.
Harlingen, Miller hotel, Browns
ville; Corte Hotel, phone 70. Wes
laco; McAllen, phone S3; San
Benito, phone 334; Raymondvllle
phone A
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Auttoe tor Sale
PHONE M PHONE 88
USED CARS
1931 Pontiac Coach.
1933 Chevrolet
4-door Sedan
1930 7 Passenger
Packard, new paint
1930 Plymouth 4-door
Sedan.
Wells Motor Co.
iOth and Washington Sts.
Bulck-Pontiac Dealers
PHONE St PHONE M
SEE OUR USED CARS
At
Lot Across from Herald Bldg.
Brownsville Motor Co.
CHYSLER — PLYMOUTH
PHONE 421
BARGAINS
Model A Ford coupe ... *100 00
1929 Chevrolet 4-door sedan,
new paint, two new tires
1933 Ford V-S Tudor sedan, new
tires
1929 Stuts 4-door sedan
1931 Chrysler 4-door sedan
TOM STEVENSON CO.
1233 Levee Phone 222
USED CAR
SPECIALS
2 1934 Ford Coupes
2 1934 Ford Tudors
2 1930 Chevrolet 4-doors
1 1933 Chevrolet Coach
1 1932 Buick 4-door
1 1932 Hudson Coup#
PATTESON
MOTOR CO.
927 Elizabeth — Phone MS
10
Auto* for Solo
CHEVROLET
USED CAR LOT
Across from Postoffice
inn CHEVROLET
I TRUCK
lOH CHEVROLET COACH
IVOO R c A RADIO
1930
1931
FORD PANEL
DELIVERY
CHEVROLET
8EDAN
Seaman Chevrolet Co.
PHONE 410
BUS. SERVICES
25 Boil dere-Con tractors
BEN V. PROCTER
Consul tin* Engineer
Preliminary Investigation*. Detail
Plan* and Construction
Supervision.
Examinations and Report*
519 11th St Phone 151
BROWNSVILLE
READY CASH ean eaally be had fot
old furniture and miscellaneous
articles you no longer need Just
place your offer In The Herald
Classified section.
28 Moving Truck*—Storage
MASON TRANSFER CO.
Contractors for Missouri
Pacific
°lck up and delivery service
Hauling of All Kinds
*th At PRONTON - PHONE 139
Pecking of AD Kino*
AUSTIN TRANSFER CO, 303
10th 8t. Moving and crating.
Phone 431. U-66
34 Insurance
EMPLOYMENT
37 Salesmen—Agents
| "
Our summer drive la our best
selling period. For this we m'snt
ten representatives tn etch
Valley town. Prefer High
School graduates, college stu
dents or School teacher* For
appointment address P. O
Box 430, Harlingen, or phone
Mr. Wise at 46. Real Silk Hos
iery’ Mills.
SIDE GLANCES -
I "" ’ ' . mg'
George Clark
!
“Ye*, that’s wonderful. Can we now?"
FINANCIAL
42 Auto Loons
AUTOMOBILE
LOANS
REFINANCING
Delta Automobile
Finance Co.
PHONE 171 — WESLACO
INSTRUCTION
47 Schoola-Col leges
SHORTHAND STUDIO—Will teach
private class short system short
hand. Two months to learn.
Reasonable. 7 E. St. Francis
M-6
NEW OPPORTUNTir.8 are offered
dally on The Herald Classified
page. The bargain wise read and'
use th page regularly.
LIVESTOCK
49 Horae e-Cattle
FOR SALE—One rood young jereey
cow; giving about three gallons
milk Mrs Chitwood. El Jardtn
M-l
FRESH JERSEY Cow. 4 yean old.
reasonable 1415 Roosevelt M-4
MERCHANDISE
54 For Sale, Miscellaneous
POTATOES — We hire several
hundred sacks of good 1 - V
home grown potatoes for sale.
Interested parties please call
Alexander Marketing Company.
8an Benito. M-8
57 Lbr. A Bid*. Mat’1
MANY REAL BARGAINS
Car 5 x Pan Douglas Fir Doors di
rect from mill; 2.6 x 6.6 12 60; 2 8 x
B 8 82.75; B B. Sdlng $25 00; good
1 x 4 flooring $26 00; No. 1 oak
flooring 151.00. Red wood, Hard
wood, and white pine. Split second
growth white hickory for fish
rods. 14 million feet bargain lum
ber, new. J. W. Richards, Inc.,
Combes.
60 Seeds-Plants-Flowers
FLOWERS for all occasions. We
telegraph flowers anywhere. Los
Ebanos Greenhouse Company.
Phone 1588. K-S5
ROSES, beautiful roar*—Many va
rieties and colors. Only 25c doz
en. Corner Ringgold and 18th
rt.L-98
61 Wanted - Miscellaneous
WANTED TO BUY—Farnlture for
two rocm office If priced right
Reply tu P. O. Box 810, Harlin
gen. M-7
(P TOC WANT to bay sell rent
or exchange Just phone The
Brownsville Herald Classified Ad
Department An experienced ad
taker will gladly assist you.
RENTALS
S3 Apartments
sKTHMAN trARTNENTt - tie
tncy. veil ramianec cool and
comfortable Pboor 1131 E-lil
FURNISHED Apartment, water sad
gas paid. Pitch Apartment*
Phone 1" K49I
NEBRASKA APARTMENT! - HRr
nished. utilities paid S3AOO. lira
Jones Phone 1194. K-123 .
SHAPIRO Apartments—Now mail
able Pour room modem apirt
ment. upstairs, balcony. Phone
314 I«-IR
NEL-ROY Apartments, newly dec
orated. 130 00 and ua All hills
paid. J-t*
MAY-DAY — Earn‘shed, modern.
Zeroaone. utilities paid. Phsna
714. 130 Washington. L-103
SAN CARLOS Apartments — Bed
rooms and apartments. Private
or connecting bath. J. P. Du on.
Mj>r.. Phooa 1580 L-100
THE CHEAPEST easiest way I#
rent, buy or sell Is through the
Classified columns of The Herald.
64
Rooms
LARGE Cl ran, cool tarnished v
twin beds; reasonable. SOS
6th St.
!(-•
65 Houses
MODERN 6 - room boose West
Brownsville. Enquire 1131 East
Levee.L-U1
REAL ESTATE
REAL BARGAINS to homes, farms.
ranches, city lota Twenty-sis
years in Valley. Re Us Die service.
John Qregg. 763 Washington St..
Phone 1197. J-d7
' MONEY TALKS”
$1.80000 buys modern 5-room house
tax tone finished inside, newly
painted outride, large front porch,
concrete floored garage for 4 cars,
concrete floored shed: $200 00 cash;
balance $22.62 per month including
Interest.
$2.050 00 buys modem S - room
house textone finished inside, new
ly painted outside, concrete floored
front porch, screened in back
porch, garage, on comer lot and
on pavement: $250.00 cash; balance
$25 45 per month including Interest.
$4,500.00 buys modem 5-room brick
1 veneer home well located on pave
ment. with hardwood floors, front
and back porches, double garage,
servant quarters and concrete
driveway: $1.750 00 cash: balance
exceptionally easy term at In
terest.
& C. Graham A Company
Arcade Bldg. — Phone 179
Brownsville Texas
HERALD CLASSIFIED ads do Mr
jobs for little money. Phone
16.1 and place your offer before
thousands of Valley bargain hunt
ers.
Foreign Envoy |
HORIZONTAL
1 An envoy from
Europe. Sir
12 Helped.
13 Wand.
14 To renovate.
16 Manufactured.
17 Helmet
shaped part.
t> Evergreen
tree.
20 To deny.
22 Deed
26 To make rich.
30 Elements of
speech.
31 Mineral
spring
33 Harem
34 To mark with
a stamp.
36 Boxes.
37 Nee
33 Cantaloupe
40 VII.
41 Doctor of
Medicine.
43 Skin.
.1 iiower to Previous Punle
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44 Preposition
45 Rowing device
47 Moisture.
48 Self.
49 English gold
roin.
&! Musical note
IS Chaffy part of
fraljt
S3 To leave out.
S5 Black bird.
S« He is a
envoy.
57 Wigwam.
VERTICAL
1 Inlet
2 Queer.
3 Born
4 Paid publicity.
§ Yellowish
fra)
* Bobs up.
7 Thought
* Doctor
9 To harden.
10 Collection of
farts
11 Taxaceour
tre*
12 Hit official
title it .
15 He la stationed
Id —-w
17 Cat
IS Dined.
20 Cry for help
21 Being.
23 Billiard rod.
24 SIreet car
25 Lnay nerso*.
27 Inwurgent.
2S Metal.
29 Auto.
31 M»-at between
tliret of bread.
12 Bronx#
36 Pine fruita.
IS Soutbetel.
39 Cover
42 City mafia
irate
44 One* morn.
4* Branch#*.
iS Sea eagle.
50 Kindled
52 Flying matna»*|
54 Note in acala.
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• By Walt Disney
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