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THJBTY-NIXTH YEAR NO. 295 BROWNSVILLE. TEXAS. FRIDAY. MARCH 13, 1931 TWELVE PAOtSb TODA) W t <
' OUR
VALLEY
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cbeerfsL ahra?i read? zo da la txS
fcr jwsr project *ad hopenc that
Fob a*c baas ac na. tm rcser
AJR) A LCWDOT jejc
***** n*Ss ant as Meant mad sars
ttal Ymlie? trmprfrtax » THE
•npefraft Tisa; aaeaas «wr
cocoas inn £atl*r»g He mar*
Tiir trapefrss baint Is xcctot
firm!? ci: a hr Mined sa ESt-arei Yew
eaa now rot iise garnet toe them
ar?-»bert
And ngfa: bene ubk out get*
^ *tj» and
grar*-!rur: tost’ Is a. perchance
aeortisaig m the nature of a mac
ocie that you wear m your eye lor
jwoseetjco* Or la A a bow! into
winch the half gently fits'* We
e*V« Jt up. although rrjrhrrrg lo
the first theory
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We will appreciate A. roae-.er A
Mr Elrod wdl mn*e fcj* T ~rt1m~
Inenc tor foa parfiniiar* regarding
this said glass. Would even he a
pbKograpc of one for our archives
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ihose English nay be thppsn|
•otorthing over on aa Lets not
Of* csqgkt nap5xng..
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ONCE THERE WERE two Irish
men —but there will be thousands
cl Irishmen at Port Isabel m *ast a
-Jtw more days. Roy Gollloyle aatai
starting statement that an even
> TONS of fish base been nr©
rwaad lor the horde of hungry Irish
men and Irishwomen who are ex
pected to take that city by storm
next Tuesday.
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And a zood time mzH be hzd by
as a usual when the Irish get
together
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WALLACE IRWIN m the Valiev,
they m2 come here sooner or later
Bort: as New Tort state, "raised"
is Colorado. exposed to education
m Caufcrruu. a true eaznopoiiee.
and one cf those real good fellows
‘ you are always hoping the next man
JOU meet ril aim cut to be
rtothmsrd orer Texas and, we aa
ac^ar accre entteaed ewer ttur Val
lf5 liifr fca iia* stay here.
• • •
T*--* zscx at trace! ss ansj to
^>-Jbe Lower Rjo Graade VaZjz% jot
T.-i' brsqg tie case, let's aZ f»
m. tori of t=s aea bss old. a*
Aid as tor VaZsj. propcsa. *cr. aacec
ttes^isne by E. M Card of McASk
tber toiZj Viler n^rti-s
River Dragged For
Closed Motor Car
PORTLWD. Ort, Uarra U—a»
—>Tiie WSamtUe rrrer n< drax
A
RUSSIANS TO
COLONIZE IN
TAMAUUPAS
Forced From Native
Land By Bolshies,
Come to Mexico
20,ON SLAVS
Are Cmhbi to XodWn
B1 tUKI L sUIO>
WUHIIWUBW. Mac 13—Txessr.j
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j \
' r tie
be tie Stt-aiaac of an ant aC^ticc*
10 be ie.4. c^oaeij oj SLavti co
opeTa-_-.es and ouer wcae^es ra
tie Csitd States and abroad to
provide the lands Jar parehase of
tbe land Farther financing x~J be
done bf tie couocnsu thnsseise*.
asanj of xiae sarceeded in re
•orsng part aC their xea-tn Irons
Thai section of tie state of Taec
aanpas oaj between the R1-.
Grande and Soto la Manna is
eoendmtf one of lie one: ferine
is llree: Ii a xatered 9f nsaaer
oos streams xtsh large areas sec
crpube to rr-?a*nac Most of tie
area is ao» deroced to large cattle
At lie headquarters of the Kan
(Coetnraed on page Si
LIQUOR HALTS
COMMENCEMENT
Minnesota Seniors Make
Walk Out Threat to
Authorities
ST PAUL. Minn . March 13—»
-More than 100 senior* at the
Oaiwwily of Minnesota farm school
today threatened to ~valk out’ of
commencement exercises March 3
■Bless 13 of their fellow classmen,
suspended tor liquor drinking, are
allowed to graduate The thirteen
were aaoe? 17 scodents at the
school toTolxed in suspension*
While the campus seethed wtth
tadiznaticn jger what students
termed :nhraesj.~ preparations
wr» made to Isaac h a legtilatr t
toqoirr taco the firm Mfautn of
the case today.
' Two mxesngat:acs max be started
by the law maker*—one ato file
genera: 3qsiar situation a* the
rriiers.:y of Mmoesoca. sOtaaOed
ts Mf.neapoLs and the other mtc
the anpeosaaos at the local tnstt
tBhan. whxh is an agrsralraral
txh school branch of the ansicr
sty
Revengeful Father Returns With Indian Scalps
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I_
VALLEY POTATO
MARKET GROWS
Opens Five States To
Valley Product
A qaaraaame an Valley potatoes
wineh had bees a effect lor free
years m Wishar* Mate. Utah
Oregon. and Cahfxsaa will be lift
ed a the near fstare as the r*&j&
of as apprgruus ler a pxa&o
— 11. j wtsch has bees granted this
mtzxn by the state department of
The sterna vbxs has asprsed
the goKantaae represents 1* per
oeK of the Valley's mantel. accocd
BZ to F B T j;ha?T - a- /IT*- of
the Rio Grande Valley Potato Grov
ers Association and the Litis?
at the qpsaransaae wiE mean much
to local grower* The aiaooatxc.
has bees itrcr? on the matter
for some time., and Mr Latham
vest to A -jstm thus week to appear
before the msu^oKit He re
turned here Thursday sight... and a
telegram from J E McDonald
coo-«ir.u*ioner of agriculture. noti
fied han of the rxtzsdci outcome
of the fight today
An emergency appropriation of
SI 300 will be ava—abie uruced-ate
ly. and fifteen expert estozneio
gttts will Man work possibly next
week oc a survey. the result of
which will clear the Yaiiey pota
toes and hft the quarantine The
sppropruiuc also is for S3JM* a
year for two years, mak.ng a total
Of S7UOO
Tbe stages winch placed the quar
antine m effect claused Texas
potatoes, which of course included
Valley potatoes were infected v.th
the tuber moth. This moth is as
dangerous to potatoes as the More
los fruit fly is to extras. Mr. Lath
am explained The survey by ex
perts vtll prove beyond a doubt
that Yaury potatoes are not infect
ed
The oziiy tuber moth found in
Texas vas found near Wharton,
easily 30Q miles away, about fire
years ago. and then only a few were
•terosfTTC Mr Latham concluded
The Ri> Grande Valley PsUw
Grovers Association gets full eredit
for securing the appropriation, and
gmng the Yahey a dean bill of
health it was pointed out today.
Quiet Night Spent
By 111 Chancellor
BEP.LLY March II— T-The
former rhanceHor. Dr Herman M u
eller. who is iE here, ni sail to
day to be m a serious rooditiae.
aJUMorh he spent a quiet rut?*.
Chicago Fireworks Start
As *Big Bill’ Cuts Loose
Ceram* Hat ai'*r mao. m &
~uoet. cf g-Serin tap arterm
-lf ejected Mjor,' ad TSaaB*
«l *be ail p&ci tae arms focers
v, He nS new ibe .«x< tet'jtzi
al ctcifscx Tie pengiir « —t acr.
mart a dra:x:^v £ '*&» coje
1TT^~ _ _ _ ^ ^ _fc
Gantt aid be vooid "*r. oar re
speettie records speak for theee
as tae cassp^oai adAr- that
be mm mac O'ltraMan; y»Tj, -
The rtsrtwi win be beU AgrS 7.
.T V ▼ "T * ^ W W *
Houston Mayor
Will Visit
Brownsville
HowstaE- secaK^amed a* Dts
in Orr zac. Smn B«tr es atf
use suu csj. nil amt &
Brorai Jit :.t» Afteraoa* Isr
* not er.5 Kxcef L. Pi^r. sc
csrcof to ware recent* zese
Tie H^astac party vsZ Mx*"**"
lac scmrxi <U:> sad at! apeaa
toeir tear s*ms«a® aaC
sag at Port Isabel
TSsc tstamcmaSHa Chaarier at
Caccxat::» nE ssfaiw si et'er
isir.wrau pir.nt !or tie ca
tmf'zzicec party.
i^ah a> a a a a ^ ajjS ■
BO ND ISSUE
VOTE TALKED
Refunding Issue Planned
By City; May Hold
Election April 9
At elect-oc to decade whether or
nor the citt of BromniQe shaZ
issue refunding bonds to the
amour.* of tliSJQOe, to draw nee
more than 3 per ore; interest, was
tentative:- set for AprZ 9 at a
meet mg of the ctj rw—nniii i inn
this morning..
In e'en: the issue is approved by
tise voters, it is planned to use the
proceeds in retiring oat standing
obligations of the city on which the
city is par-3* € per cent interest
Discussion at the ■Ttertir^g brought
out that a material reduction in
the «:t tax rate ru’d be effected
by cutting down the interest rate
and extending the exty s indebted
ness over a longer period of years.
A compete explanation of the
plan wiZ be written by City Man
ager Rosenthal, and wtZ appear
m the Sunday Herald.
IMnag the meetin* Friday »ar>
mg. commissioners approved chy
tCs amounimg to Cl 071 S& I:
aa* also decided -Jut the Camp
CoZecticn purchased by the at
and stored m a private warehouse
for safe keeping be moved to the
Centra: Fire Station where it wzl
be on exhibit, and where the fire
men can take care of it.
It was also decided Pndav morn
ing to pus the aty an a cash bases
Another item up far dUcnmna
wa? the feasibZity of putt a** aZ
tension wires m zhe e±tr un
derground instead of ac poSes. as
they are a* present The aader
fronnd me: .toe wtZ einrau the
poHEbdrry of danger to firemen is
case cf fire, and ha* other ad
vantages
Would Prohibit
I
Leonard o€ MrATec amhatf a
M ‘-ocix to prolate j&&s Jrtr
__(IIAXCLLIjOK III
rudip &3o*tkL teait rlar
nriior cf the fadeov posaed
' T*T tetf ratfct aad was nat ^o
•e£ today He a ssjffen
DR. STELL IS
CLEARED TODAY
Imeal Ohcter j
‘Special VB The Berad *
BEALHOSCT. March X*.—The ef
fort of she state medacau board. %
drp.-:*t Dr Gen Sse£ farmer? c€
BruwnmJe. of ias OacVn bcrar
backus* ci a pmaana eonrirSaac for
MSB?
Jotker 1 D Campbell of Obtfc lie
tract court held that an wnrondit usu
al pardon fc? Owcnor Das Uoac>
to Dr. restored to Hx pfetpotiac
the fah X3gb&s aC otiaeoiOap. mctaa
mg Ms ngir. to pursue act prates
son A nos was filed m dattrwt
court br the stofr medical boarc br
the count? attorney te retake She
former pbr.aaazi 1 li
aetpe Safloumg Dr fltell’c irnni »
For: Arthur where hr started prae
Dr Sser through ho morur
Judge James. A Hamaon comesmcd
that the pardon wiped out all giti:
high courts Jn: held the same cao
dusKK. rad Judge Campbell fourtf
thai the court has no right to 1 •
rake she hcecw
Stell iv cam acted and aratenr?!
to from orx to two years jc prawn
on a charge of murder Iran Cam
eron coustr m 1938 Me served his
term and tlx fell pardon was grar. -
ed afterwards.
Irish Committees
To Meet Saturday
The fii. mm-ak of etDnsur.ee*
viueii how tern appointed to eote
picto OfTBfflpBBarau far tte St Pa
trick's Day cetebrmzxm vta te tek:
Saturday at Pert latte: r
ns inBaar.aci toco:
All nxucitimt m3 <■»**» fmal
reports on work terse, ate com
parer moeseui * _ or ir» n r. -
k&ra for a prtxcrmx
Tte orjekraixsi » March IT arst
Tarsday. anc the -arpest crirara
t« of lass Bttere ewer teid id
Sox..: Tnai « aacsnpDtoc fcr *aco*
spoBsorsaf tte afhr.
Village Anxiously
Awaits Antitoxin
POINT BARSOV Marti IS—OP! „
—T»e asrpimaea arsatasf * ar»
■Mr at axzrxaSu tar urn 6aa
•Aato'iaUui «ert »«» •
<£ inaaauj : r»d* j.... CnwMB
kfl PaerOMks fOMOBSaf wOQk xMr 1
aaac *is ecimiward anrv zsem
*r* hesnc carte 2«r a haat
Defeat Is Escaped
By Only Five Votes
ixrraov Mjl- 1.3—a*—W—Iir
, M*^>r ag * foorraac;: escaprc
!jv cajp h» wee* a tie
two so re*** a szppjeaneszzarx e*~
taaa^ ^liUOl star
Marry laaornr*' ti&ed tc. tSr
«» *e£aodW» "“j
INVESTIGATOR
IS SOUGHT BY
GRAND JURORS
Creation of Criminal
i.i la son vPVTbce
Ur fed
REQUIRED
By Cmmty Qurf »,
Bmdj Fmds
MEXICAN ROAD
WORK TO OPEN
ftUt.»oro«-S«» Wmmmmdm
Hickw.% W«rk Will
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POPULAR LADY
MIXES * DATES.
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BIFF. BAM. BAM!
RABAGO DRAWS
FOUR YEARS
Student Slaying It
Being Investigated
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John Boyle Arrives Sunday
For Saint Patrick i Fiesta
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