Palacios Beacon (Palacios, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 23, 1946 Page: 3 of 8
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Thumiay, May 23, 1946
PALACIOS BEACON, PALACIOS, TEXAS
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1st Thursday each month 7:30 P.M.
Visiting Brethern Always Welcome
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championship of the Oak Park
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the National Barn Dance, displays
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“With veterans returning to the
Matagorda Bay rental urea in in-
creasing numbers, some families
are opening up portions of their
homes to veterans’ families unuble
to find housing accommodations,”
Mrs. Emma I,. Carleton Area Rent
Director said today.
“It is hoped ’’Jfiat hundreds of
other furnilies will share their
homes with veterans’ families, who
are finding it increasingly difficult
to find living quarters in this
crowded area. In most cases, these
housing units are being rented foi
the first time and some residents
are not familiar with the simple
procedures provided by OPA foi
fixing legal rents in these cases.
“Whenever premises are being
rented for the first time, the land-
lord may set his own rent with the
understanding that it will be sub-
ject to adjustment later to conform
with the prevailing rates for com-
parable accommodations rented in
this area on the maximum rent
date. If the landlord prefers, how-
ever prior to renting the premises
for the first time, we will inform
him of the gcnerully prevailing rent
for comparable accommodations and
give him a rental range commit-
“If the landlord wants to fix his
wn rent, the first rent he collects
become! the maximum rent. How-
ever, he must register the property
with the Area Rent Ofiice withir.
30 days after renting it and the
rent may be reduced by the OPA
Rent Office if it is not in line with
the rent for comparable aecommo
dutions fixed at the rate charged
; on the maximum rent date.
“Landlords who prefer to be as-
sured of the maximum rent that
I they may charge before renting
For Lieutenant Governor
of Jefferson County
The father of two children, he
left the Senate to volunteer in
World War II, served overseas and
now asks promotion to the office
of Lieutenant Governor, for which
he is qualified, based on service and
experience. Address Allan Shivers,
Port Arthur, Texas. (Pol. Adv.)
either sleeping rooms or an apart-
ment for the first time need only
notify the Area Rent Office, 2109
Avenue G and request a prior opin-
ion as to the proper rent under the
Regulation. Prompt attention will
be given all requests because we
realize how vital it is to returning
veterans that housing accommoda-
tions be made available to them as
soon as possible.
Residents are performing an im-
rtant service to their country
when they offer housing accommo-
dations to veterans and their offers
will be appreciated by the veterans,
their families and the OPA.”
Subscribe to the BEACON,
Dr. Geo. W. Cox
AUSTIN.—Dr. Geo. W. Cox,
State Health Officer, has issued
the following statements and sug-
gestions concerning the control and
prevention of poliomyelitis which
is now occurring in certain sec-
tions of the State.
Until recently it was generally
believed that this infection is trans-
mitted by means of discharges
from the respiratory tract. It is
now believed that poliomyelitis may
be another of the several gastroin-
testinal infections. Therefore, con-
trol measures must include clean-up
campaigns and improvements in
Strict sanitary measures must be
observed in all communities. Strin-
gent efforts should be made to
eliminate the house-fly and to de-
stroy its breeding places. All mo-
squitoes and mosquito breeding
places must be eliminated at onec.
Every effort should be made to in-
stitute approved garbage collection
sysf ms immediately. Safe water
supplies must be assured. Where
adequate municipal sewage disposal
systems are not in operation, it is
vitally important to promote and
maintain sanitary septic tunks and
All swimming pools should, under
rigid supervision, maintain those
standards approved by the Texas
State Department of Health. This
necessurily includes maintenance
qf proper chlorine level. Where
such standards are not maintained,
these pools should be closed im-
All raw foods and vegetables
should be washed thoroughly before
use and protected from flies, filth
and insects. All eating and food
handling establishments should ad-
here strictly to the State Law con-
cerning the sterilization of dishe_
U. S. Navy Man
Weds Chinese Girl
BOSTON, Mass. — Richard M.
Biow, 26, New York writer and
former Navy lieutenant, pictured
with his bride, the former Adet
Lin, 23-yoar-old daughter of Dr.
Lfn Yutang, Chinese author and
philosopher. The former Miss Lin
has recently returned to America
after two years as a captain in the
Chinese Army where she served as
aecretary to the surgeon general of
the Chinese Forces.
and utensils. Those restaurants
with insufficient nersonnel to mmn- j Yardg amJ Dockg>
tain approved sanitation should Th(l Knl,nl Aji.
close one or two hours a day so that
employees can assist in maintaining
cleanliness and high sanitary stand-
Every effort should be made to
secure approved milk. Rats and
mice should be eliminated. Main-
tain in the home the same sanitary
standards that are necessary in
community life. Particular atten-
tion should be paid to personal hy-
giene. Excreta from cases and con-
tacts should be handled and disin-
fected with the same scrupulous
cure as in typhoid fever or bacillary j ™
C. P. L. Honored
Service by Navy
Central Power and Light Com-
pany and its employees have been
commended by the United States
Navy for “meritorious service and
outstanding performance rendered
beyond normal responsibility during
World Wur II."
Similar recognition of the com-
pany’s wartime service has been ex-
tended by the War Department in
the form of a certificate addressed
to Lon C. Hill, CPL president.
Specifying "patriotic service in a
position of trust and responsibil-
ity,” the certificate is signed by Lt.
Gen. Walton H. Walker, command-
ing officer of the Eighth Service
Command, Dallas; Robert P. Pat-
terson, Secretary of War; and Lt.
Gen. LeRoy Lutes, commanding of-
ficer of the Army Service Forces.
The Navy citation, also addressed
to Hill, expressed the Navy's ap-
preciation to the management and
employees of the compuny. It was
signed by Rear Admiral J. T. Mat-
hews, superintending civil engineer
of Area IV. and Vice Admiral B.
Moreel, chief of the Bureau of
The Naval Air Training Station
at Corpus Christi, largest in the
world, and its uuxfliary fieldi were
among the IS military establish-
ments served by Central Power and
Light Company during the war.
Post Office Changes
Dispatch Closing Hour
June 1 To 7:30 P. M.
In view of the small volume of
mail deposited in this office after
dysentery. I 7:3° P’ the Post OWice Depart-
Over-exertion in children should I n'enL W ashington, D. ( has order-
nvoiHpfi Chilrirpn shmil/1 not visit ^ that be^innin^ June 1, 1946, the
last dispatch will be closed out at
7:30 P. M. instead of 9:00 P. M. as
be avoided. Children should not visit
homes where there is illness. Polio
cases should be quarantined for 14
days and adults who work in fooo
heretofore. The post office lobby
establishments should be partieu-.^e c'ose<* at that hour,
larly instructed in persona! hy- | Ail post offices of the first and
giene. It is advisable to reduce to a ( second class now sell postal notes,
the easy-to-buy, low cost money
orders, and any post office or bank
will cash them. Postal notes are
safe, easy and economical, and may-
be purchased at your local office.
According to Grace M. Barnet*
postmaster, the recently enacted
embargo on parcel post shipments
has been lifted. The limit in weight
minimum all human contacts, espec
ially in children, during an out-
break of this disease. It is not ad-
vocated that schools, churches, and
theaters be closed.
Early symptoms of infantile pa-
ralysis are headache, fever, vomit-
ing, drowsiness, following by stiff-
icss in the neck and back. When
suspicious symptoms appear, a phy- is 70 pounds and an overall length
sician should be called immediately. I and girth is 100 inches.
"A TEXAS 9ULP COAST SERVICE INSTITUTION"
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Never a worry about spoilage! You’ll buy meat and other perishables by the week when you
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modern, economical way. It’s silent... has no moving parts... nothing to wear out. It’s GOOD
to have GAS in your home!
NATURAL GAS PUTS DOLLARS IN YOUR POCKET
There would be no natural gas industry in this area today if it were not for the initiative and
enterprise of private firms like the United Gas Pipe Line Company and its associated produc-
ing and distributing companies. The United Companies built a complex network of pipe lines
to link wellheads with markets, released millions of pent-up dollars in payments to royalty
owners, taxes and payrolls. United Gas investments and operations benefit every family in
Texas, in one way or another.
THE NEW MODELS are rolling
off the production lines right
now. Keep in touch with your
local dealer and be among the
first to inspect the big, roomy
Servel. You’ll especially like the
storage space for froien food*,
and the just-right temperature
zones for meat and vegetables.
“Lucky us! We picked a Servel Gee Refrigerator. K
never makes a sound or causes trouble."
Like the Fred MacMurrays, you’ll
feel lucky if you choose a Servel.
Because, as more than 2,000,000
Servel owners have found, this
modern gas refrigerator is basically
NO MOVING PARTS
A Servel freezes with no moving
parts. Just a tiny gas flame keeps
its refrigerant circulating. So, there’s
nothing in the freexing system that
can make a noise. Nothing to wear
or need fixing, either.
Talk to your neighbors who’v*
enjoyed Servels ell through the war.
They’ll tell you their refrigerators
have never given a moment’s worry.
And they’ll advise you—change to
a silent, long-lasting Servel.
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Dismukes, Mrs. J. W. Palacios Beacon (Palacios, Tex.), Vol. 39, No. 21, Ed. 1 Thursday, May 23, 1946, newspaper, May 23, 1946; Palacios, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth725131/m1/3/: accessed November 18, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Palacios Library.