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tected by jetties, through Brazos
Santiago Pass, gnd for a channel
16 feet deep and 1000 feet wide
from the Pass to a turning oasin
500 feet square about 8,000 feet
Southwest of the Point Isabel head
land, at an estimated cost of $1,700,
000, subject to certain conditions of
local cooperation including a cash
contribution of $700,000. Interested
parties now state that a channel of
the proposed dimensions will be in
adequate. They offer to contrib
ute sufficient funds to construct
a 25 foot channel from the Pass to
Point Isabel, or to a point near
Brownsville, and to construct ade
quate turning basins and harbor
faculties, if the United 8tate3 wiU
provide a channel 25 to 28 feet deep
through Brazos Sa.^iago Pass.
3. The Board believes that a 25
loot channel is necessary to attract
commodity movements of the class
expected by local inteersts. the es
timated tonnage of which is 775,000
tons, on which savings of several
million dollars are expected. A de
pendable channel of this depth can
be provided cr.ly by extensive works,
including jetties extending out to
the 25 foot contour of depth. The
aoption of such a project is consi
dered advisable under certain con
dit.ons of local cooperation.
4. The Board recommends modifi
cation of the existing project for
Brazos Island Harbor. Texas, suffi
cient to provide for a channel 25
feet deep and 300 feet wide through
Brazos Santiago Pass, with jetty
protection, at an estimated cost of
$2,358,000, with $60,000 annually for
maintenance; for a channel 25 feet
deep and 100 feet wide from the
Pass to a point on the westerly side
of Long Island, at an estimated cost
of $200,000, with $40,000 anually for
maintenance; for a channel 25 feet
deep and 100 feet wide from the
end of the Brazos Santiago Pass
Long Island Channel to and in
cluding a turning basin 500 feet
square at Point Isabel, at an esti
mated cost of $250,000. with $10,000
annuaUy for maintenance; and for
a channel 25 feet deep and 100 feet
wide from the ed of Brazos Santi
ago Pass-Long Island Channel to
and including a turning basin 1.000
feet square in the 'icinlty of
Brownsville, at an estimated cost
of $1,975.000, with $40,000 annually
for maintenance; or a total esti
mated cost of $4,783,000. with $150.
000 annually for maintenance, sub
ject to the provisions that local in
terests shall donate to the United
States the north end of Brazos Is
land from a due east and west line
2.000 feet south of the old Coast
Guard Station, and the south end
of Padre Island from a due east and
west line 500 feet north of the Quar
antine Station, and give assurances
satisfactory to the Chief of Engi
neers and the Secretary of War. that
suitable terminal facilities will be
m&de available, and provided furthei
that no work shall be undertaken
on the channel to Brownsville un
til the sum of $2,175,000 has been
contributed to the cost of the pro
ject and necessary rights of way
and spoil disposal areas have been
furnished free of cost to the United
States, and that no work shall be
undertaken on the channel to Point
Isabel until the sum of $450,000 has
been contributed to the cost of the
project and necessary rights of way
and spoil disposal areas have been
furnished free of cost to the United
States, and provided further that no
work shall be undertaken on any
part of *he project until local in
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*T~ke Reservations
V Associated Press Photo
The house of expenditures committee and me mbera of the treasury department who met to con
sider Secretary Andrew W. Mellon's recommendation to transfer the prohibition bureau from the
treasury to the Justice department. Seated, left to right: Rep. William Williamson, Rep. John J.
Cochran, Secretary Mellon and Rep. Don B. Colton. Standing: Rep. A. H. Gasque, E. C. Alvord, spe
cial attorney to the treasury department; James M. Doran, prohibition commissioner, Seymour Lew
man, assistant secretary of the treasury in charge of prohibition, and Rep. G. G. Goodwin.
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Associated Press Photo
Here are three member* of the younger *oe!al *et at Florida's winter resort*. Left: Dew Ault,
2 years old, *on of L. Dow Ault of Cincinnati, Ohio, enjoying himself at Miami Beach. Center: Mr*.
Charles Shipman Payson with her 3on, Oanny, at Palm Beach. Mrs. Payson is the former Joan Whit
ney. Right: Rita Bend Byfield of Hibiscus island, Miami Beach, V/2 years old, shows latest In bathing
tercsts shall have contributed either
or both o fthe sums aforesaid.
5. After dus consideration of the
above mentioned reports I concur
in the recommendations of the
Major General, Chief of Engi
Boy Scout Council
Meets Next Friday
Tickets are now on sale for the ,
annual meeting of the Valley Boy
Scout *ouncil to be held at the
Stonewall Jackson hotel. San Ben
j ito. Friday nigh!. Ticket sales are
in charge of W. O. Washington.
More than 200 people interested
; in Scouting are expected to be pre
sent. according to Tom Murray.
Valley Scout executive.
After clearing away preliminary
busienss. the meeting will turn in
! to a celebration of the third an- !
! niversary of the council. An en
tertainment program is being ar
ranged by W. W. Housewright of
San Benito.
Officers for the coming year will
b? elected and reports of the past
year will be read.

Harry’ Slavicheck was named as
administrator of the Mrs. Elizabeth
Slavicheck estate by the Cameron
county probate court Monday. His
bond was set at $4,000.
Bert Cormack. C. C. Wagner and
A. W. Buetschcck were named as
*' '..“Ul. ■' ' .“ ’ * I
It is dependable and safe.
Grove's drvggutg i
Truck lj
| Markets j
F. O. B. Shipping point informa
tion reported Saturday. Jan. 25.
Lower Rio Grande Valley Point*:
Cabbage: Haulings light. Good
wire inquiry. Demand good, trading
light. Too few sales to establish
market. Quotations for next week's
shipments wide range in prices.
Carrots: Haulings increasing.
Good wire inquiry'. Offerings light,
demand good, trading light. Too
few sales to establish market.
Beets: Haulings light. Good wire
inquiry, demand good, trading light
account of light offerings. Too few
sales to establish market.
Primary destinations of Lower
Valley movement reported Saturday
and Sunday:
Cabbage: 19 Houston: 3 New
York: 1 each Chicago, St. Louis,
Dallas. Beaumont, Chlckasha, Bir
Carrots: 17 Houston; 16 St. Louis;
7 New York; 2 Montreal; 1 each
Dayton. Minneapolis. Philadelphia.
Toronto. Buffalo. New Orleans. Ft.
Worth. Washington. Boston, Shre
Mixed vegetables: 5 Houston: 5
St. Louis; 1 each Memphis, Chi
cago. New York. Philadelphia, Beau
mont. Kansas City.
Grapefruit: 12 Houston: 5 Fort
Worth; 3 St. Louis; 1 each Dallas.
Kansas City. Ottawa. Detroit. Chi
cago. Minneapolis, Portland. Tulsa,
Spinach: 1 each Houston. Cleve
land. St. Louis.
Beets and Carrots: 2 Houston; 1
St. Louis.
Oranges: 2 Houston: 1 Chicago.
Parsley: 5 New York.
Beets; 1 Houston. 1 New York.
Mixed citrus: 6 Houston; 1
Additional FOB information re
ported Saturday, January 25:
Rochester. N. Y. (Western New
York Points):
Cabbage; Good wire Inquiry, de
mand good, market stronger. Ship
pers holding for higher prices. Car
loads FOB usual terms—Danish type i
bulk per ton $42-43. few higher: 90
and 100 lb. sacks per ton $43-45.
fe~ vn'-her.
Carrots: Light wire inquiry, de
m md slow, too few sales to es- j
tablish market.
San Antonio, Texas (South Tex
as Points):
Spinach: Haulings moderate. Good
wire inquiry, demand good, market
firm P *shel baskets—carloads FOB
usual terms, mostly fair quality.
$1.15-1.25: cash track $100-1.15.
Sanford, Fla. (Winter Garden
Cabbage: Haulings very light.
Good wire inquiry, demand good, i
market firm. Carloads FOB usual I
terms—round and pointed types
1 1-2 bushel hampers $1.50.
Carlot shipments of entire United
States reported Saturday and Sun
Cabbage: California 8. Florida 22
Minnesota 5, New York 58, South
Carolina 1, Texas 35, Virginia 2,
Wisconsin 9, Wyoming 1, total US
141 cars.
Carrots: Arizona 4, California 85.
Minnesota 1, New York 16, Texas
56, total US 172 cars.
Spinach: California 9, South
Carolina 2, Virginia 7, Texas 46
total US 64 cars.
Mixed vegetables: Texas 26, oth
ers 110. total US 136 cars.
Grapefruit: Arizona 2. California
3. Florida 109, Texas 59, total US
173 cars.
Lower Rio Grande Valley move
ment reported Sunday and Monday
Grapefruit 30, mixed citrus 6
oranges 4, mixed vegetables 19, cab
bage 26, beets 2. carrots 34, beets
and carrots 2. spinach 5. potatoes
1. parsley 4. total 133 cars. Freight
movement to date this season—Fruit
3659. Vegetables 3486, total 7145; to
same day last season—Fruit 1086
Vegetables 3226, total 4312 cars.
Hearing Set
A preliminary hearing for Rov
Shelton. Harlingen man charged
with reckless driving, probably wll
be held Tuesday.
Sheldon was taken Into custody
by County Traffic Officer E. E
Dancy Wire* Sheppard to
Urge Support of
Dowell Measure
Judge O. C. Dancy has wired
Senator Sheppard urging support
of the Dowel! hill which would in
crease federal appropriation for
highway and fifty million dollars.
If this bill were put through,
chances would be good for federal
aid on the Hug-the-Coast highway.
The Judge’s wire follows: "Urge
your strong support Dowell bill in
creasing federal appropriations for
highways fifty million dollars thus
adding some three million dollars
to Texas quota. Account Valley
isolation impossible to overestimate
importance to Cameron county and
the Valley. In my opinion, two
additional highways are needed for
Valley, one down coast through
Kenedy county and another up
river through Starr and Zapata
The telegram was sent upon the
request of W. O. Huggins, president
of the Gulf Coast Good Roads as
sociation. Huggins also is editor of
The Houston Chronicle.
Magnifying Glasses
Enter Election Probe
WASHINGTON, Jan. 27.—(.Ft—
Magnifying glasses were handed to
day to members of the house elec
tions committee hearing the contest
of Harry M. Wurzbach. republican,
for the seat of Augustus McClcs
key, democrat, from the 14th Tex
as district, with the request that
they study the "mute testimony”
of tally sheets and return sheets.
John H. Btckett Jr., attorney for
McCloekey, in opening argument
against Wurzbach's charges of
fraud, made coulter claims to the
contention that returns had been
tampered with ti six precincts of
Bexar county.
As he passed the magnifying
glasses about the room, Bicfcett!
askede'the representatives present
to deliberate on whether certain
markings were “honest corrections."
as he claimed, or ‘‘fraudulent al
terations," as claimed by his oppon
“Gets Break” As
Trial Postponed
DALLAS, Jan. 27.—WP)—Trial of
Yancy Story. 38. Denton county, on
a charge of burglary growing out of
a bank robbery at Ponder four
years ago was passed in district
court here today by agreement of
state and defense attorneys. No
reason was given for the indefi
nite postponement.
ati.ry smiled broadly at the agree
ment. aserting that at last he was
“getting a break" in the courts
He planned to return to Denton
county and resume work on hL
NEW YORK. Jan. 27.—<#)—Mixed
price movements ushered in the new
week on the New York stock ex
change today. Montgomery Ward,
which published a disappointing
1929 earnings report over the week
end opened 1 1-4 points lower at
The Valley’s Perfect
Talking Picture Theatre
Today and Tomorrow
Edmund Lowe and
Constance Bennett
I all rnusu
all sou no
all dialog
All Talking Comedy
Vita phone Vaud. Act
Fox Movietone New*
Sound SportUghta
Today and Tomorrow!
A Talking Comedy
Paramount Sound
a Qtmrmount fycture
A Gorgeous Rerue
At Your
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Scene from Florenze Ziegfield'6 ’Glorifying the American Girl/’ with Mary Eaton, Eddie Cantor,
Helen Morgan and Rudy Vallee, now showing at the Capitol theater.
43 and quickly sagged to 42 1*2.
U. S. Industrial Alcohol fell back
nearly 2 points. National Cash
Register opened 11-8 points higher
and Radio Keith Orpheum. Stand
ard Oil of New Jersey, Westtnghouse
Electric and American Smelting im
proved fractionally. U. S. Steel
common opened unchanged at 179.
Montgomery-Ward ran into
rather heavy selling In the first
hour, dropping more than 3 points
to 40 5-8, or just 2 points above
the record low for the present stock.
American Power St Light. Nash Mo
tors, National Lead, Air Reduction
and Norfolk St Western lost a point
or so.
The main body of stocks con
tinued to press forward. Western
Union quickly extended its ad
vance to 4 points. T3eechnut Pack
ing moved up 3 1-2, and the Ameri
can Tobacco issues and Atchison
sold 2 to 3 points higher.
Foreign exchanges opened irregu
lar. with Sterling off 2-32 of a cent
to $4 86 1-2.
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 27.—<&>—
Cotton opened steady in spite of
considerably lower cables. First
trades showed no change to one
point gain. After the start, lower
cables and fear of an Increase In
acreage caused the market to ease
off. March traded to 16.97. May to
17.24 and July to 17.44, or 6 to 9
points down from Saturday's close.
Near the end of the first hour the
market became steadier in moder-1
ate support and trade buying, re
covering 2 to 3 points.
NEW YORK. Jan. 27.—Cot
*on opened steady at a decline of 1
Last Times Today
‘aim not***
Also a Good Comrdy
point to a advance of 1 point, but
soon eased under a renewal of
March liquidation and some selling
of later months promoted by rela
tively easy cables.
May sold off to 17.41 and October
to 17.60, making net declines of 7
to 8 ponts, but there was trade
buying as well as considerable
covering, and prices showed rallies
of 2 or 3 points from the lowest by
the end of the first half hour.
CHICAGO. Jan. 27—<A>>—'With
Liverpool much lower than expect
ed, and the amount of wheat on
ocean passage showing a decided
increase, wheat here headed down
grade today.
Opening 3-4 to 1 1-2 off, Chica
go wheat later underwent an ad-1
ditiona! downturn. Com. oata and
provisions were also wealer, with
com starting 1-4 to 1-2 off. and
subsequently sagging still more
Both com and oats made new low
records for the season.
CHICAGO. Jan. 27.—<AV~Butter
firm; creamery extras 36 1-2;
standards 36 1-2: extra firsts 35 1-2
to 36; firsts 33 1-2 to 34 1-2; sec
onds 31 to 32.
Eggs easy; extra firsts 36 1-2;
graded firsts 35 to 35 1-2 ordinary
firsts 32 to 34.
CHICAGO. Jan. 27.—UP)—Poultry A
firm: fowls 25: springs 24; No. 2. 17:
broilers 30 to 32: roosters 18; tur
keys 25; ducks 20; small 16; geese
For mischievous Maurice, life is
Just one gay woman after another!
Until an ultra-modern queen sings
her seductive songs of love to him.
i Then Chevalier answers her with
songs sung roguishly as only Chev
alier can sing them.
Sec and hear—
“The Love Parade”
t i —...
Starting Wednesday
Bebes second all talking,
singing serene triumph.
Meet Miss ADT. AKER
SHE is one of the courteous young ladies at your serv
vice when you phone your Want-Ads to The Browns
ville Herald. Miss Adtaker is thoroughly experi
enced in her duties and you’ll find her capable and “smil
ingly” willing to assist you in properly phrasing your
advertisement to insure the most gratifying results.
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