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Herald Classified Ads are the Loud Speakers that Speak in All Languages
AUTOMOTIVE
10th & Adams
STEVENSON MOTOR CO- Inc.
Brownsville Texas
M->B BALE—By owner, one 1927 Chev
iwet Landau in f.lrst-class mechan cal
condition. 9223.00. If In teres led, cell
*• W, Stubblefield, Point Isabel. x!47
PERSONAL
WANTED—By office girl, roommate
Address xgl. care Herald. xSl
LOST ANlT POUND
LOST—Small bull dog. brown with
*blte markings on face, chest, small
« baek Invalid boy's playmate.
Mease phone 1438.xl43
BUSINESS NOTICES
Having sold my interest in ths Alex
ander Tire Co., of Brownsville. Texas
to 8. X. Veuter snd C. A Nletert. the
public Is hereby notified that the said
8 E. Vauter and C. A. Nletert art re
sponsible for all outstanding bills and
ere also to collect all accounts due
ths said Alexander Tire Co Dated
this 7th day of December, 1929 Haoi*
Alexander. in#
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the stock
holder* of the Merchants National
Bank of Brownsville, Texas, will be
held at Its banking house on Tues
day, January 14. 1930. at 3 o'clock p.
m.. for the election of directors and
the transaction of such other business
as may properly come before the meet
ing. E. J. Tucker, vice-president and
cashier—1-13. *1«
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the stock
holders a* the Rio Grande Valley Trust
Co., of Brownsville, Texas, wtu be held
at Its banking bouse on Tuesday.
January 14. 1930. at 10 00 o’clock a.
m . for the election of directors and
the transaction of such other busi
ness as may properly come before the
meeting. D. F. Callahan, vice-presi
dent— 1-13. *1W
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of ‘he First National Bank In
Brownsville. Texas, will be held at Its
banking house on Tuesday. January
14, 1930, at 3.30 o'clock p. m.. for the
election of directors and the transac
tion of such other business as m*v
properly come before the meeting. G.
C Wagner, vice-president and cashier
—1-13.
BUSINESS NOTICES_
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the State National Bank, erf
Brownsville, Texas, will be hald at its
banking house on Tuesday. January
14. 1930. at 3.30 o’clock p. m., for the
election of director* and the transac
tion of such other buslneat aa may
properl' coma before the meeting- A.
H. Fernandez, cashier.—1-13. xlOB
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS
The annual meeting of tba stock
holders of the Texas Bank gi Trust
Co., of Brownsville. Texas, will be held
at Its banking house on Tuesday. Jan
uary 14. 1930. at 3 30 o’clock p. m.. for
the election of directors and the trans
action of «uch other business aa may
properly come before the meeting. Joe
Celays, Jr., cashier.—1-13. xllO
HELP WANTED
WANTED—Mexican girl; must be clean
and experienced in working tn Ameri
can homes. No eooktng. Apply la
forenoons and after 3 p. m. Mrs.
Sweeny, Sweeny Apartments. x!44
WANTED: Oood housekeeper at once;
omeone able to take entire charge of
home. Oood wages Mrs. A. E. Ander
son. El Jardln District.W-224
SITUATIONS WANTED
MIDDT E-AOED l°dy would like posi
tlon. Experienced as managing house
keeper in one of largest hotels In
South. Also experienced nurse. Ref
erences Phone 619 or write xlSJ, cart
Herald. xl33
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES
Valley Representative
Wanted
Established firm with 40 years of sue
essful business experience, rated half
million dollars, has an opening tn a
permanent, successful business that
has unlimited possibilities for a man
living in any town In the Valley. No
selling, guaranteed monthly Income;
business with proven record through
out the United States. Requires 61400
cash investment, which is fully secured
against loss. Will be at Reesa-Wil
Mond hotel. Harlingen, from Sunday.
Dec 15. to Saturday, Dec. 21. all this
week. Call, write, or wire Paul N. Pat
rick. at above hotel, for personal inter
view.
FOR RENT—One sales room and garage
AS by 100 ft. Splendid location on
h.ghway. One store room 23 by 40. on
:-.;ghwav. ore block from high school,
one sales room and garage. 30 by 90
ft , gool location, two doors from high
way. Address P. O. Box 235, or tale
m» 410 or 261. *100
Classified Business Directory [
ARCHITECTS
BEN V. PROCTER
ENGINEERING CO.
Archtitcts—Engineer;
208 Merchant: Bank Bldg.
Phone 617
Brownsville, Texas
E. G. HOLLIDAY
Architect and Builder
409 State Nat. Bank Bldg.
Phone 906
NEWELL WATERS
Architect
0-12 Security State Bank Building
Weslaco, Texas
BUILDERS—CONTRACTORS ~
PROCTER & DUDLEY
General Contractors
528 Washington St.
Brownsville. Texas
Phone 627
" E. M. RIDLEY
General Contractor
Roads, Land Leveling,
Plowing, Sub-soiling !
EXCAVATIONS EMBANKMENTS
4(S MERCHANTS NAT L BANK
BROWNSVILLE
_—————»
DRAY—TRANSFER
Mason Transfer &
Grain Co.
BONDED WAREHOUSE
SEEDS OF ALL KINDS
Li^ht and Heavy Hauling
WE MOVE ANYTHING
1105 Adams. Phone 139
* AUSTIN TRANSFER
COMPANY
Crating. Shipping. Hauling
Phones 421 and 518
" HOTELS—CAFES _
* WHITE KITCHEN^
Famous for !t»
Cook i ng~ I m ma culacy
and Service
The popular place for
buetne*!* lunrhee
12th between Elt. abeth and
L eve*
REAL ESTATE
HERREX REALTY
COMPAXY
Realtors
Reoae-Wit-Mohd Hotel Bldg.
Ha^lr.ften. Texas
VALLEY CITRUS GROVES
OUR SPECIALTY
Write, phone or call
"4.0S EBAXOS
Brownsvi Re's Supreme Residential Dts
carrfuliy restricted, completely
Unproved. Home sites from #1200 00
‘ZZ t*c%M Jmea - Diclctnson Co.
Realtors. corner El Jardln Hotel Bldg
Brownsville. _
fcneHai directors
REAL ESTATE
Riverside Park
Brownsville's most exclusive residen
tial district. Carefully Unproved home
sites from $750.00 up. terms. 1-acre
citrus groves planted to trees, modem
improvements. 3-years* care. Riverside
Development Company, owners and de
velopers. Rales otftce Riverside Boule
vard. Riverside Park. W. M. Egan. Bales
Director, phone 1398-W. x39
MATRESS RENOVATING
Let Us Renovate
Your Mattress
We make mattresses to order. All
repair work guaranteed.
SOMMERS
12th and Adams
Phone 674
OFFICE EQUIPMENT
ART METAL
FILING
Equipment
Maverick-Clarke Litho. Co.
208 Merchants National Bank
Phone 617—Brownsville
Office Equipment and Supplies
HARGROVE S STATIONERY &
BOOK STORE
Brownsville, Texas
FLORISTS I
BOWYER THE FLORIST, flowers
and funeral designs. St. Charles
and Pita streets. Phone 312-J.
TYPEWRITERS
DAVENPORT Typewriter Exchange
(Brownsville’s Typewriter House)
Distributors. New L. C. Smith “Si
lent” 8 and Late Corona 4 type
writers. Also sell Royal Portables
and "Factory” Rebuilt®—all makes.
We repair all makes typewriter and
adding machines. 1112 Elizabeth
St Phone 1105.
WOODSTOCK TYPEWRITER
SALES CO.
Typewriters—Adding Machines
Supplies—Repairs
Phone 506—Harlingen
Exclusive* Sales and Service
UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITER
COMPANY
!23 8. First Phone 2#5
Harlingen
PROFESSIONAL
DR C. RANZELL
Chiropractor
Electro—Therapy
Massage and Bath
No. 6. Arcade Building
Brownsville. - - - Texas
"attorneys
RALPH A. DUNKELBERO
Attorney at Law
Commercial Collections a Specialty
106 Seabury, George and Taylor
Building
Brownsville. Texas
H. B. GALBRAITH
Attorney at Law
Merchants National Bank Bldg.
Brownsville. Texas
H. L. YATES
Attorney at Law
State National Bank Bldg.
Brownsville
Try a Herald Classified Ad
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY
FOR SALE—Well ’ established ’ Valley
business on paying basis. Well located
and will stand Investigation. Pries
MOOO.OO. Best of reasons for selling
Address X«2, ears Herald. *«
ARTICLES FOR SALE
BRIGHT CANS HAT tor sale: $17 per
ton, delivered. Bailey Kee. Phone
1393-WW-193
FOR BALE—Set of fixtures and other
fixtures. San Benito Mere. Co.. San
Benito. Texas. xl34
FOR 8ALB—Cheap, 30 pounds shelled
pecans only. H. 8. Marks. Market. xlM
FRUIT FOR SALE—Tangerines, Valencia
orange*, small Marsh Bearless. W. c.
3wmmer. Mercedes, Tex. xl46
STEINWAY PIANOS
and other standard makes. F. D. Hamb
ly. Box 552, Phone 868-J. Brownsville.
w-iai
Player piano In first class condition.
Sacrifice. Box 552, Phone 565-J. F. D.
Hambly. • W-185
*
TREES, PLANTS AND 8EED
FOR 8ALB— Fruit Trass: fsw hundred
Duncan. Washington Navel. Valencia
and Prollfloa. Priced to sell. Must
clean up nursery between trees. W. C.
8warner. Mercedes. Texas. xl43 ,
WAVTED TO BU*^
ONE THOUSAND fioilars srorth "df Llb
erty Bonds. Address x93, cars Herald.
i«3
LAND FOR RENT
FOR RENT—50 acres potato land, lrrt- <
gated. Call at 101 Adams Steet, or I
phone 551. T-97 j
FINANCIAL
FOR BALE—Limited amount of Gate
way Bridge stock. Address x37 care
Herald. x37
LIVESTOCK—POULTRY
WE ARE booking order* for January
delivery of baby chicks from the beat
flocks in South Texas. Reds. Rocks.
Wyandottes. Orpingtons, and White
Leghorns. Write or call for price list.
Book your orders early for early chicks.
Cameron County Ch lotteries. La Perla.
Texas. XJl
POLICE PUPPIES—Por tale Mrs. Staf
ford. 1719 Hkyes. Phone 1075-J. xl39
POR SALE—My fine dairy herd at a
bargain. Will sell cattle and rent
pasture with good retail route. The
cattle are In good shape end clean of !
ticks. Apply to T. H. Poag, Mercedes.
Texas. xl26
GERMAN ROLLER CANARIES—Make
splendid Christmas gifts. We have six
excellent songbirds for sale. Call at
Glmble's Millinery shop, 1155 Elizabeth ;
street. *137 ,
FOR BALE—Baby chicks from tha Val
ley's beet flocks. We do custom hatch
ing. O. R. Slbson Co.. La Perla, Texas
W-108
REAL ESTATE
POR SALE—Donna property and 13
acres near La Blanca. Robt. Rhodes, ad
ministrator, Donna. Texas. x!48
For Sub-Division
160 Acres
Located 4 blocks from the high
school and closer to Brownsville
than the exclusive Los Ebanos
Subdivision. Winding resaca run
ning through property offering
natural lake front sites for sub
division. This property is for sale
by owners and can be bought at a
very attractive price. Hen son-Lo
max Si Houston and Brownsville
Development Co. W-19I
INVESTIGATE
SUMMIT PLACE
THIN INVEST
In Brownsville’s new Business
and residential sub-divulun.
located on 13th and 14 th
streets, one mile from Gateway
Bridge, on the main thorough
fare leading to the proposed
ship channel, municipal air
port. rich farming 'lstrlct of
El Jar din, and Boca Chlca
Beacb. Easy terms. Ten per
oent down, balance 5 years to
pay. Jeeee Dennett. pbone437,
Brownsville, Texas.
FOR 3ALE—1 acre grapefruit grove just
outside of city limits. City water, gas,
and electricity. Excellent homes:te
Call W. M. Egan. 1398-W. x40
LOTS FOR SALE
LOS EBANOS ESTATES
Investigate the most beautiful ait ur
ban development In the Valley, imme
diately north of Brownsville. Tracts
of one acre up. under Irrigation. For
sale. James-Dickinson Company. Real
tors. corner El Jardln Hotel Bldg, xtt
WILL SELL 4 modem lots, plenty of
orange and grapefruit trees. Paving
paid out. On comer Grant and 16th
St. Maks me an offer. 4 lot*. 4-room
and bath frame house, gas. water,
tights. Plenty of oranges. Terms. Hayes
at 16th. E. B. Gordon. W-222
FOR SALE—Comer lot. good business
location. 3th and Madison. Inquire
of owner. Box 244. City. x43
HOUSES FOR SALE
FOR SALE—New 3-room cottage with
furniture. $700 00 cash. Leaving city.
1423 Roosevelt Street. Victoria Height*
C. K Harlan._
FOR SALE—Practically new 5-room
house with bath. gas. automatic water ,
heater. Located on pavement. Will j
sacrifice for 62800 00. Terms. See W
A. Rasco or phone 941 - J.*104
SACRIFICE—Thoroughly modern 5
room house. Best buy In Browns
ville. Small payment down, balance
like rent Mrs Florence Stafford.,
owner. 1719 Hayes. Victoria Height*.
Phone 1075-J. xl38 .
WANTED—REAL ESTATE
ONE LOT on either Washington. Ad- ,
am* or Jefferson St. between 8th and
Palm Blvd. Give best cash price.
Wallace Harwood. Phone 1023. x70
WANTED TO RENT
WANT TO RENT—5 aetvs legated
good tomato land near Weslaco. Mer
cedes or La Perla. Pleaae state terms. |
Address J. Clausen. Oea. Delivery. Mer
cedes. Texas. xlU
WANTED TO RENT—6 or 7 room fur
nished house. Must be in good neigh
borhood and at least comfortably fur
nished. and reasonable In rent to re
sponsible. permanent tenant. Bank
references. Address *141. *141
RENTAL
PRACTICALLY NEW store building.
16x55; attractive front. Elizabeth street
Rent $75 00. Phone 247. x55
APARTMENTS
4-APARTMENT, frame building. Eliza
beth street. Phone 1237 from 9:30
to 11:30 mornings, or address zll4 care
Herald.*114
FURNISHED APARTMENT—Elizabeth
street: lights, water and gas furnished.
Reasonable. Call 1237 mornings. xl33
3-ROOM APARTMENT. hot water,
new house; also 2-room apartment.
Telephone 946-W. El 16
EURNI8HED APARTMENT In duplex.
Oarage. 1133 W. Levee. Phone 818-J.
El If
ALONSO APARTMENTS—Nicely fur
nished. Comer 6th and Levee. Phone
839. *142
Furnished 3-room apartment with gas.
lights, telephone, garage. $30. Phone 911.
W-77
FOR RENT—Newly reflntahed apart
ment in duplex. 1620 West Elizabeth,
or call 1119-W. xl29
CONLEY APARTMENTS—3 rooms, hot
water and gas. $31.00 and $36 00 per
month. Phona 847-W.
Nebraska Apartments. Furnished, frlgl
dalre. Furnished and unfurnished cot
tages. Jefferson and Fourteenth. Phone
1194. V-71
FOR RENT—Newly furnished apart
ment In duplex. 1112 W. Elizabeth.
Phona Carlos O. Watson. W118
FOR RENT: New apartments and rooms.
Phone 957-J.8-170
Light Housekeeping rooms: hot water.
Electricity. Oas; down town; reason
able. 1407 Elizabeth. X3
FOR RENT — Furnished apartment.
Lights, water and gas furnished; $27.50
per month. Also two desirable sleep
ing rooms. Phone 189. X21
FURNISHED ROOMS
FURNISHED ROOMS—South exposure,
very close in; reasonable. 942 Levee.
T-112
FURNISHED room. Private home;
meals If desired. 702 Levee. Phone
400._ *71
NICE BEDROOM In private residence.
All conveniences: $4 00 per week. 622
8t Charles, phone 658. x49
HOUSES
FOR RENT—5-room house, comer West
12th and St. Charles. Phone 722.
W-131
FOR RENT—1304 Washington street. 5
room house: gss. all modern conveni
ences. Good neighborhood. Phone W ;
C. Craig. x52 I
FOR RENT: Houm located at 1323
Washington Street. Eight rooms, bath,
closets, kitchen, two garages, gas and
water connections. Apply abovs address
or phone 20 or 720.
5-room house with garage and gas
*30.00. Phone 911. W-238
NEW THROUGHOUT—5 rooms, sleep
ing porch; gas: on paved street; $32 00
per month. Phone 247. x56
FOR RENT—Furnished home. Strictly
modern. Call 842 or 1098-J. xlll
FOR RENT—5-room house with bath,
gas. instantaneous water heater,
shades; choice neighborhood. Will
furnish If desired. Mrs. W. A. fias
co, phone 941-J. xlOS
FOR RENT—5-room cottage; hot wa
ter heater, gas. and other modern con
veniences. Phone 110. *140
AUTO WRECKS
FATAL TO TWO
(By The Associated Press i
Two fatalities and numerous in
juries, some of which may prove
fatal, were reported in week-end
automobile accidents in Texas.
A search for wild holly ended In
death for George Christopher, 45,
of Paris. His truck turned over
near Antlers. Oklahoma. Vernon
Terry, 25, also of Paris was less
seriously injured.
Levi Mitchell. 22, Bavtovm, died
Sunday of injuries suffered when
a truck overturned near Houston.
Others Injured were Arthur Sam
ora. Joe Mitchell, and J. A. Oliver,
all of Baytown.
Two 16-year-old girls were seri
ously Injured In a collision near
Houston The girls. Ethel Grant anu
Nettie Wilder, both lived in Ooose
Creek.
Taken from the scene of the
accident near San Marcos, to a
hospital in San Antonio. John M.
Bennett. Jr., University of Texas
student, was still in a dangerous
condition. Bennett, Alex W. Ter
rell of Fort Worth and Fates Davis
of 3 Paso, all university students,
were injured when their car over
turned. Young Bennett is .he son
of John M. Bennett, president of
the Standard Trust company of
Today’s Radio Features
Program* In Central Standard time. A’l time Is F. M. unless otherwise
Indicated. Wavelengths on left of call letters, kilocycles on rtfhL
444.3—W*AF Now Yerk—440 (NBC Chain)
6:34—Piano Twine—Aleo KSD; Baekof the New* In Washington—Aleo WOC
WEBC KVOO WDAF WOW KOO KOW KSD WKY
7:04—Concert Oreh. A Soloist*—Alee WGY WWJ KYW W8AI KSD WOC
WOW FDAF WIOD KTIJS WSMB KSTP WTMJ WEBC WJAX WHAS
WSM WMC WSB KVOO KPRC WOAI WKY WFJC WTAM WFAA
7-30—Gypsies—WGY WWJ WSAI WON KSD WOC WDAF WTAM WOW
8:34—Family Party-Alao WGY W TAM WWJ WON KSD WOC WOW WDAF
KSTP WTMJ WHAS WSM WMC WSB WBAP KPRC WOAI
9:00—The Eternal Queatlon—WEAK and Stations. __ .. ,,,
9:90—Salon Singer#, Chorus of 14 Voices—Also WWJ WOY WOC WJDX
10:06—Hotel Dance Orchestra—Aleo WOW WFJC WWJ
11:00—Ted Florlto'e Dance Orchestra. Dusty Rhodes. Tenor—Also KYW
344.4— W A EC New York—440 (CBS Chain)
• :0O—Ensemble—WADC WISN WREC WFBM WOOD KOlL
wSl“wSm WCCO «Pcao*k,»%VibS wqhp
'^o'HpVMAQKM^KM&KSfLWHKVcOTWSPnWFBM"0
8;00—Maaasine Pro?ram-Also WOHP WMAQ WOL KMOX KMBC KOlL
in ra*T-A!,o° WADC W«PD KMOX KMBC KOlL WGHP
9:00—Country Club, Lopes Orcheatra—Aleo WADC WKRC WGHP WMAQ
KMOX KMB6 KOlL WSPP WHK 1JFBM _nHP
9:36—Voice of Columbia—Aleo WFBM WHK ''LAC WISN '^ADC WGHP
WCCO WRKO WMAQ WOOD W KBN KMOX KOlL KMBC KLKA
KFH WBRC WKRC KMOX __ _|BVT _xvvnxt
10:36—Paul Specht’e Orchestra—Al»o WKRC WBRCWiSNWDOD WFBM
WGHP WCCO WKBN KFH KLRA KOlL KMBC WREC
334.5— WJZ New York—7S0 (NBC Chain)
4:30—Rosy’s Gang—Aleo KWK W^l WSB WCFL WHMB WREN KFAR
7:36—Shavers—Also WJR WLW KWK WREN KDKA KBV WHAS WMC
WSB WKY KTHS KPRC KFAB VEBC W„ KnV KAVK KSTP
8:06—Favorite Mueic—Aleo KDKA WJR KY W V.RENj WLBC KV.K KBTr
*:36—Real Folks Sketch-Also KDKA KWK KYW WREN WLW WJR
9:06—Cabin Nights. Negro Life—Also WJR KYW KWK WR1.N KLKA
9:*>—Empire Bulkier*. WeeternRomance-Alio KDKA WJR KYV. KWX
AVREN WTMJ K8TP WLW W«BC WKY KP*C WOAI WBAP
10:00—Slumber Music. String Ensemble (1 *«E)-Atoo KDKA WREN
10:30—Amos *n* Andy—Only to WMAQ KYW KWK WREN WTMJ ksxi
WEBC WKY W’BAP KPRC WOAI WDAF
CENTRAL CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS
293.1—KYW Chicago—1020
5.30—Uncle Bob (Walter Wlleon)
0:00—Feature: Orchestra: Glee Club
7:00—WEAK A WJZ (3 hra > _
l«t:0n—News: Orch. (30m.); WJZ (15m.)
10:15—Dane* Music (3)4 hrs.)
344 6—WENR Chicago—870
7:15—Farmer’s Farmer
11:00—Grab Baa: Music Parade
11:30— Mike & Herman: Gossip
12:00—DX Air Vaudeville (« hrs.)
416.4—WON*WLI# Chicago—720
6:00—Quin: Kighthawka: Feature
7:00—Radio Floorwalker
7:30—WEAF UVfc hrs.) *
0:00—A Capella Choir
9:20—World's Fair Program
10:00—News: Features; Dane* (S hra.)
344.0—wUS Chicago—070
6:30—Supper Time; Books; Angelus
7:30—Fanner's Family
8:00—Water Witches; Musical
9:10—Steppers; Concert Orch.
10:16—Popular Program (45m.)
447.9—WMAQ Chicago—670
6:15—Topsy Turvy; Story Time
6:00—Concert Orchestra
7:00—WABC (It* hrs ): Concert
9:00—Hour from WABC
10:00—Dan & Sylvia; Aerials
10:30—Amoa-Andy; Concert Orch.
11:00—Dance Music (3 hrs )
428.3—WLW Cincinnati—700
6.00—Hour of Orchestras
7:00—Musician: Scrap Book
7:30—Historical: Automatics
8:jo—WJZ (10 m.); Auto Concert
9:3(1—WJZ (SO m ): The Club
10:39—Same as WJZ (30 m >
ll:0o—Hauer's Orchestra: Trio
12:00—Hotel Orchestra; Singers
299.J—WOC Davenport—1000
R:4S—News: Bulletin Board
7:00—WEAK Programs hrs)
»:*>0—Feature; Dr. Fulmer
10 ;G0—Chain*: Knaemble (1H hrs.)
338.8—WCX-WJR Detroit—750
8:00—Amos; Service Man
«:J0—Brevities; Movie Club
7:30—Same as WJZ (21* hrs.)
10:00—New.*: Dance Music (1 hr.)
11:00—Old Timcri; Orchestra <1 hr )
370.2—WCCO Minneapolis-St. Paul—810
6:00—Dinner Concert V
7:00—Hour from WABC *:
8:00—Banco-Opera '
9:00—Program of Brevities
9:30—Hamline University
10:00—Politicians (15m.): WABC («5m.)
11:00—Dick Long’s Orchestra
275.1—KMOX St. Louie—1090
8 09—Feature: Musketeere
7;00—WABC rrosrrams <3 hra )
10:00—Brevities: Orchestra (2 tort.)
263—KVOO Tulea—1140
8:00—Trio; Talk
g SO—Wanderer (15 m.): Talk
7:0(i—Same as WEAF
7:30—Oilers: Kay Dees
8:30—Navigators; Music (30 in.)
SOUTHERN CLEAR CHANNEL STATIONS
405.2—WSB Atlanta—740
6:05—Rudy Brown’s Orchestra
6:30—WEAF A WJZ <1% hr«.)
8:00—S. S. S. Program
8:30—WEAK (30m.): Concert
9 30—Conservatory Entertainers
10:45—Geo. Berkey’s Orchestra
263— WAPI Birmingham—1140
3:00—Soloist; Comedians; Talk
10:00—Hawaiian Trio; Organ
374.8-r-WBAP Fort Worth—600
8-.30—WEAF & WJZ <114 hrs.) ».-*
10:00—Concert: Orchestra
10:22—WJZ (15 m.); Mualcal
11:™—Theater Entertainers <1 hr.)
268.3—KTH8 Hot Sprlnoe—1040
7:00—WBAF A W.1Z <1 hr >
8.00— Dance: Fiddle Five; Vpcal
369.6—WHAS Louisville—820
6.00— Dinner Music; Radio Court
T:00—WBAF & WJZ (1 hr.)
s •‘—Chefs and Jug Band
Same as WBAF
0—Reporters: Saw Artiat
i»:30—The Horning Program
11:00—Dance Music Hour
481.3—WSM Nashville—€53
6 00—Orchestra and Contralto
6:30—'WEAF & WJZ <!•* hrs.)
8:00—Program of Brevitlea
8:30—Half Hour from WEAF T
9:00—Feature Program
KWWCt—"Voice of the Border"
Brownsville, Texas
Dally, except iu-iday—On air !0 a. m. to 1 p. m. Back or air at
tp.HL with Valley new* and Associated Press dispatches from The
Brownsville Herald. Remain on air 'inttl 7p.a
^ INVOLVED m BASEBALIi TRADE i
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•* Aooociatod Prooo Photo
Wally Schang (left), veteran catcher, hae been traded by the •!.
Louie Browne to the Philadelphia Athletics for Sammy Hale, inflelder, j
• ' WIN RHODES SCHOLARSHIPS '
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G. W. Gladney, Jr. (left), of Lewisville, Ark., and Lewis A. Smith
of Birmingham, Ala* were winner* of Rhodes scholarship* from thelp
respective states.
San Antonio, and the other boys
planned to spend the week-end with
him in San Antonio.
Mrs. A. D. Lloyd and Mrs. C. F.
Sullivan of Fort Worth were severe
ly hurt when their car crashed
through a bridge railing near Dal
las and landed bottom side up in
the river bottom. The accident oc
curred on a bridge which has been
the scene of two fatalities and fif
teen other injuries in automobile
accidents in the last sixty days.
The schedule for the mall between
Brownsville and Dallas la announced
oy the postoffice department as fol
lows:
Southbound—
Leave Dallas . 7:43 a. m
Leave Ft Worth . 8:13 a. m
Leave Waco .. 9:20 a. m
Leave Austin . 20:23 a. m
Leave San Antonio ...... 11:20 a. m
Arrive Brownsville ........ 3:03 p. m
Northbound
Leave Brownsville . 1:33 p. m
Leave Ban Antonio ...... 4:13 p. a
Leave Austin .............. 9:10 p. m
Leave Waco .. 8:13 p- m
Leave Ft. Worth . 7:13 p. m
Arrive Dallas . 7:33 p. m
The schedule for the American alt
mall to Mexico City la as follows:
Leave Brownsville . 8:13 a. m
Arrive Tampico .11:00a. tn
Leave Tampico ........1130 a.m
Arrive Mexico City. 1 -45 p. m
Following is the schedule for thr
Mexican air mall:
Leava Mexico City ........ 7 43 a. m
Arrive Tampico .10:00a. m
Leave Tampico .10:3* a. m
Arrive Brownsville ... 12-33p ra
Following is the schedule on the
Brownsvtlie-Mamtlan Route:
Leave Brownsville . 7 a, m
Arrive Monterrey . 9:30 a. m
Leave Monterrey .. 9:30 a. m
Arrive Torreon . 12:30 p. m
Leave Torreon... 1:30 p. m
Arrive Durango . 3;5C p. m
Leave Durango . 4.10 p. tn
Arrive Marat an .. 0:10 p. m
Return trip:
Leava Mazatlan .. 71X1 a. m
Arrive Durango *.....». 9:00 a. tn
Leave Durango ... 9 20 a. m
Arrive Torreon .. 11:30 p. tn
Leave Torreon .... 12:10 p. m
Arrive Monterrey .. 2:10 p. tn
Leave Monterrey .......... 4:10 p. m
Arrive Brownsville . 6:10 p. m
POSTAL RATES
The United States air mall poatagt
rate is 5 cents for tbe first ounce and
10 centa for each additional ounce or
fraction thereof. Letter* mailed tn
the United States for tba points In
Mexico take this rate.
Train Schedules
MISSOURI PACIFIC LINES
No. 13—To Houston. San' Antonio
9:10 a. m.
No. 14—To Houston. 7:00 p. m.
No. 18—To Houston. San Antonio
* 00 p. m.
No. IS—Prom St. Louie. San Antonio
Houston. 7 30 a. m.
No. 13—Prom Houston. 8:10 a. m.
No. 11—Prom San Antonio and Hous
ton. 9:55 p. CL.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC LINES
No. 319—Prom Houston. San Anto*
nio. 8:15 a. m.
No. 320—To Houston. San Antonio
1:15 o- m _ _
NATIONAL LINES OP MEXICO
(Matamoroe Station)
No. 133—To Monterrey. Mexico City
8*05 a. irs.
No 131—Prom Mexico City. Mon ter
■ej. 330 o. m
RIO GRANDE RAILWAY ....
Pram Point Isabel. 4 p. m.
Tn Point Isabel. 930 a. m.
AUBURN PRISON AGAIN SCENE OF CONVICT RIOTf
Aaaortato* Pron Photo
Mutinous convicts at Auburn state prison. Auburn, N. Y., rioted and held Warden Edgar 8. Jerv
nlnge and 12 guards as hostages. The warden was rescued after stats troopers rushed the barricade
Hurino a tear gas attack. It was second prison riot at Auburn this year.
JAPANESE NAVAL DELEGATES TO VISIT HOOVEfc
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iim" Aaaociatod Prnao Photo
Member* of the Japanese delegation to the naval disarmament conference will confer with Pro*!- ■
dent Hoover in Washington before proceeding to London for the opening of the conference In January. *

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