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WHERE BODY WAS HIDDEN
* —--—- —
In this crypt-like grave beneath the floor of her Plymouth, Mass.,
home, the body of Mrs. Edith M. L. DuBois was concealed. The hus
band, Charles E. DuBois, shot himself rather than face investigation
of her death. He left a note saying she had shot herself and that he
concealed the body, fearing this would not be believed.
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SUNDAY. ■'CTOBER 2 (Central and Eaatern Standard Time) I
No**—All pro* ■ - *o key and basic chain or group* lh*r*ef nnl—a sp*el- j
fled; coast to coast »«. •« e) designation Includes ail available stations.
Program* subject to '*• ^®y>
(Bv The Auotu.:i
nbc-weaf netv—
BASIC — East: wear (key) weel wtlc
wjar wtsg wcsh wfl wUt wfbr wrc wgy
wben wca* wtam wwj waai: Midwest:
wmiq wcfl knd woc-who wow wdaf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtmj
wiba Kstp we be wday kfyr ekgw cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwnc w!a wjax
wfla-wsun wtod warn wmc wsb wapi
wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wraa wbap kpre
woat ktba ktba .... . ..
MOUNTAIN —koa kdyl kglr kahl
COAST—kgo kfl kgw komo khq kpo
keca ksx kjr kga kfsd ktar kgu
(HORNING)
Cent. East. , .
7:00— 8:00—Melody Hour—east only
8:00— 9:00—Balladeers witn Trio
8:30— 9:30—Sparklets Woodwinds
8:45— 8:45— Jay Alden Edklns. Bass
9:00—10:00— Gordon String Quartet
9:30—10:30—Ths Southland Sketches
10:00—11:00—Impressions of Italy
10:30—11:30— Major Bowes—c to c
11:30—12:30—Legion of Lost—c to a
(AFTERNOON I
12:00— 1:00— Rapes Symphony-alM* c
1:30— 2:30—Moonshine A Honeysuckle
2:00— 3:00— Wayne King's Or.—also C
2:30— 3:30— Sunday Forum—c to o
3:00— 4:00—Jane Froman—c to c
8:15— 4:15— Elisabeth A Vee—also a
3:30— 4:30—Kremlin Art Quintet
1:45— 4:45—Pastels String Quartet
CBS-WABC NETWORK
BASIC CHAIN — Essti wabc (key)
wade woko wcao waab wnac wgr wkbw
wkrc whk ckok wdre wcau wip-wlan
wjas wean wfbl wspd wmal; Midwest:
wbbm wgn wfbm km be wcco kmox
EAST AND CANADIAN — wpg wpb
wlbw whcc wlba wfea wore efrb ckac
DIXIE — w-gst wfsa wbre wbt wdod
knox klra wrec wlac wdau wtoc krla
wrr ktrh ktsa waco kfjf wqam wdbo
wdae wbig whaa wtar wdbj wflw wwva
MIDWEST — wl-em wabt wcah wmbd
wtnq wkbh kfab wlan kacj wlbw kfh
wmt wnax wkbn
MOUNTAIN—kvor kli koh kal
PACIFIC COAST—khj knx koln kg*
kfre kol kfpy kvi kern kmj kfbk kwg
(MORNINO)
Cent. East. . , .
7:00— 1:00— Morning Musical#—wabc
g:00— 9:00—The CBS Junior Bugle
9:00—10:00—The Church el the Air
9:30—10:30—New World Salon Orehee.
10:00—11:00—Childrens Hour — wabc
only; Mahoney 4 Carlile—coast out
10:30—11:30—Melody Makers—wabc out
11:00—12:00— f ormon Choir—coast out
11:30—12:30— Reis and Dunn—coast out
11:45—12:45— Deutseh Orchestra—also c
(AFTERNOON I
12:00— 1:00—Labor and Nation—to c
12:30— 1:30—Church of the Air—to c
1:00— 2:00— Faculty Recital—c out I
1:30— 2:30—Ann Lesf, Organ—e out
2:00— 3:00— Symphonic Hour—c to c }
3:00— 4:00—Cathedral Hour—c to c
4:00— 5:00—Rose* and Drums. Drama
NBC-WJZ NETWORK
BASIC CHAIN—East: wjs (key) wbi
wbia wbai wham kdka wgar wjr wlw;
Midwest: wcky kyw kfkx wenr wla
kwk kwer koll wren wmaq
NORTHWEST 4 CANADIAN — wtmj
wlba katp webc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwrc wit wjax
wfla-wsun wiod warn wrr.c wsb wapl
wjdz wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpre
woal ktba kths
MOUNTAIN—koa kdvl kg!r kghl
PACIFIC COAST — ken kfl krw komo
khq kpo keca kcz kjr kga klsd ktar
(MORNINO)
Cent. Eait.
7:00— 8:00—Tone Picture*—east only
8:00— 8:00—NBC Children1# Hour
9:00—10:00—Modern Inetrumentaliete
9:30—10:30—Fiddler* Three 4 Piano
9:45—10:45—A Song for Today, Organ
10:00—11:00—Morning Musical*. Vocal
11 rf)0—12:00— Concert Organ Recital
11:30—12:30—Mexican Marimba Band
(AFTERNOON) . _ ,
12:00— 1:00—Biblical Drama 4 Trio
12:30— 1:30—Clyde Doerr’a Saxophones
1:00— 2:00— Pilgrims Chorus — east;
Mystery Tenor—midwest
1:30— 2:30—Agnew Orchestra—e to e
2:00— 3:00—American Music, Orches
2:30— 3:30—48th Highlanders' Band
3:00— 4:00—A Cappella Choir—c to e
3:30— 4:30— Bible Highlight*—c to C
4:00— 5:00—World of Religion—c to t
4:30— 8:30—The Road to Romany
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 2 (Central and Eastern Standard Time) V*
Note—AH programs to key and basic chain or groups thereof unless spec!
i Red; coast to coast (e to c) designation includes all available stations.
Program* subject to change. P. M.
(By The Associated Press)
NBC-WEAF NETWORK
e.VSIC — Eaati weaf (key) weel wtlc
wjar - ttg wcsh wfl wlit wfbr wrc wgy
a-ben w«;ae rtam wwj weal; Midweet:
wmaq wcfl ksd woc-who wow wdaf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtmj
wiba kstp webc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wwnc wla wjax
wfla-wsun wind warn wmc web w*pi
vjdx wimb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpre
v.oal ktba ktba
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kglr kghl
COAST—kgo kfl kgw komo khq kpo
keca kex kjr kga kfsd ktar kgu
Cent. East.
4:15— 5:15—Le Trio Charmante
4:30— 5:30—Oream Dramas—also o
4:45— 5:45—Cleveland Concert—c to c
5:00— 6:00—Catholic Program—c to c
6:30— 6:30—Orches. & Vocal—also e
6:00— 7:00— Donald Novia—alio coaat
6:15— 7:15—Ray Knight's Sketch
6:30— 7:30—Orchestral Gems, Soloist
7:00— 8:00—Georgia Price—c to c
8:00— 9:00—Our Government, Talk
i 8:15— 9:15—Familiar Music—c to c
8:45— 9:45—“Beachcomber," Drama
9:15—10:15—Women’s Vocal Octet
9:45—10:45— Seth Parker—c to c
10:15—11:15— Xylophone A Piano—to e
10:30—11:30— Melodic Serenade—to e
11:00—12:00—Eliot Everett Orchestra
11:3(k—12;3fr— Charlie Kerr’a Orchestra
CBS-WABC NETWORK
BASIC CHAIN — East: wabc (key)
wade woko wcao waab wnac wgr wkbw
wkrc whk cl-ok wdre wcau wip-wfan
wjaa wean wfbl wspd wmal; Midwest:
w bbm wen wfbm kmbe wcco kmox
EAST AND CANADIAN — wpg wph
wlbw whec wlbz wfea woro efrb ckac
DIXIE — wgst wfsa wbre wbt wdod
knox klra wrec wlac wdsu wtoc krla
wrr ktrh ktsa waco kfjf wqam wdbo
wdae wbijr whaa wtar wdb) wfiw wwva
MIDWEST — wbcm wsbt wcah wmbd
wtaq wkbh kfab wlan ksej wlbw kfh
vmt w-iax wkbn
MOUNT AIN—kvor k'z koh ksl
PACIFIC COAST—khj knx koln krb
•vfre kol kfpy kd kern kmj kfbk kwg
Cent. East.
4:30— 8:30—Musical Revue — east:
Foreign Legion—west; Ballads—
Dixie
8:00— 8:00—Poet's Gold—Also coast
5:18— 6:15— Little Jack Little—c to c
8:30— 6:30—Irens Beasley—c to e
6:00— 7:00— Dr. Julius Klein—c to o
6:18— 7:18—Chicago Knight*—c to c
6:48— 7:48—Angelo Patrl, Talk — ba
sic: Theo. Karls. Tenor — Dixie;
Cants Nina Singing Girls—west
7:00— 8:00—William V. Hall—c to c
7:30— 8:30—Roxy Concerteers—c to e |
8:00— #:0O— WCAU Dedication—c to c
8:30— 9:30—The Parade of Melodies
9:00—10:00—Ernest Hutcheson—c to c
9:30—10:30—Gauchos Oreh.—O to c
10:00—11:00—Ann Leaf. Organ—c to c
10:18—11:15—Angelo Patrl—rpt. for •
10:30—11:30—Ouk Nelaon Orchestra—
coast out: Parade—coast repeat
11:00—12:00—B. Cummins’ Or.—c out
11:30—12:30— Gus Arnheim Or.—also c
NBC-WJZ NETWORK
BASIC CHAIN—East: wjs (key) wbt
wbza wbal wham kdka wyar wjr wlw;
Midwest: wcky kyw kfkx wenr wls
kwk kwcr koil wren wmaq
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtmj
wlba kstp webc wday kfyr ckew cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwno tvls wjax
wfla-wsun wiod wsm wmc wsb wapi
wjdx w.«n»b kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprc
woai ktbs ktbs
MOUNTAIN—koa kdvl krlr kfhl
PACIFIC COAST — kyo kft kyw komo
khq kpo keca kex kjr kga kfsd ktar
Cent. East.
5:0b— 6:00— Paul Whiteman’s Concert
6:00— 7:00—Pickens Sisters, Songs
6:18— 7:18— Book Review Problems
6:3b— 7:30— Great Moments—c to c
7:00— 6:00—Through a Marble Lattice
7:18— 8:15—The Radio Luminaries
7:30— 8:30—To Be Announced
7:45— 8:45—Minnevltch'a Harmonicas
8:0b— 9:00—Melodies In Voles— c to c
8:18— 9:18— Russian Gaieties. Orches.
8:*5— 9:45—The Revue—c to c
9:18—10:18—Singing Master—c to e
9:48—10:45—Three Keys. Negro Trio
10:00—11:00—Detective Mystery Drama
10:30—11:3b—Rhyme A Rhythm, Orch.
11:00—12:00—William Stoess Orchestra
11:30—12:30—Cincinnati Danes Orches.
MOTHERS WOE
FORT WORTH —A little boy's
colorful dream of adventure has
turned Into a fitful nightmare.
George Light, 14, decided to seek
his fortune. Attempting to board
a freight train, he stumbled, and
the train passed over both legs.
He has been returned to his mother
who has had to bear a double bur
den—her husband was buried 12
hours before her son was hurt.
DAMPNESS DOES IT
WASHINGTON.— It is these
damp, cool days that make you
want to take an axe to your neigh
bor’s radio, or throttle his daugh
ter—the one with operatic aspira
tions. According to the Bureau of
Standards, sound la heard farther
on a damp, cool day than on a dry,
hot day. They have found that
sound Is absorbed more readily
when the air Is dry and hot than
when cold and full of moisture.
VALUABLE FIND
VIENNA.—Browsing In the pic
ture gallery of the Castle of Korom
pa In Czechoslovakia, an art ex
pert found 30 paintings which he
claims tA be the work of old mas
ters. Some of the artists represent
ed, he says, are Leonardo da Vinci,
Titian. Paolo. Veronese. Van Dyck.
Murillo, Velasquez. Tintoretto and
Holbein. An Amsterdam expen
declares them all to be originals.
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WASHINGTON—If you are fond
of sea bathing, do not read this.
But, according to the annual re
port of the Committee on Sub
marine Configuration and Oceanic
Circulation (whatever that is), of
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sea is literally alive with Invisible
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LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
TREASURY DEPARTMENT. Of
fice of the Supervising Architect,
Washington, D. C., September 15.
1932. Sealed Bids in duplicate for
each building, subject to the con
ditions contained herein, will be
publicly opened In this office at 2
p. m., October 13. 1932. for furnish
ing the materials and performing
the work required for furnishing
and installing time clock systems
in the following buildings: Al
toona, Pa, U. S P. O, etc.;
Brownsville, Tex, U. S. Ct. H. Cu.
H, etc.; Camden. N. J, U. 8. P. O,
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Jail, etc.; Ft. Wayne, Ind. U. S.
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U. S. P O. & Ct. H, Ext. & Rem.;
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Mendian, Miss, U. S. P. O. Ct.
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H, etc.; Portland. Me, U. S. Ct.
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Ct. H, Ext. & Rem.; South Bend,
Ind, U. S. P. O, Ct. H, etc.;
I Springfield. Mass, U. S. P. O, Ct.
H„ etc.; Wichita Falls. Tex, U. S.
P. O, Ct. H, etc. Bids must be
made on bid sheetf furnished by
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sheets are to state the amount for
which the work and materials at
each building will be furnished and
installed in accordance with spe
cification requirements and awards
will be made to qualified low bid
der for each building. Lump sum
bids for furnishing and installing
time clock systems in all buildings
wiU not be considered. The suc
, cessful bidder will be required to
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1 (9-26-28-30—3t—4464*
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Phone S51
Brownsville Title
Company
Opposite Court House
Brownsville
Abstracts of Title
Title Insurance
Complete abstracts of title
to all lands in Cameron
County, Texas
7 Professional
DR. S. JUDD EARLEY
DENTIST
335 Elizabeth SU Phone "85
Brownsville Texas
Automotive
‘ .. ..
Expert Wheel and
Axel Aligning
Bingley Chevrolet Co.
Loe Fresno*. Texas
Business Glances
1 1 1 " ■■ ■ ■■■ ——
17 Business for Sale
FOR SALE: Hardware. Chinaware
and Sporting Goods business in the j
best town in the Valley. New, clean
stock and fixtures. This is a real
bargain. Address Box E131 Herald.
_ _
Business Services
. — 11
22 Beauty Shops
NOTICE—Special offer on per
manents extended through Oct.
10th. »a 50 value. *7.00; *6 50 value.
$5 00. Mary Pat Beauty Shop. E73
28 Moving, Truck*, Storage
AUSTIN TRANSFER CO, 800
Washington. Moving and crating |
Phone 421. U6<$
MASON TRANSFER CO.
Contractor* for Missouri
Pacific Ry.
Pick up and delivery service
Hauling of All Kinds
1105 AD/.MS ST. — PHONE 130
Packing of All Kinds
Employment ~
35 Hip. Wanted • Male
WANTED filling station operator
Sunday sure. Apply at Bowie Ser
vice Station, San Benito. F4
37 Salesmen • Agent*
i _* —
LOCAL COUNTY MANAGER
WANTED
Reliable man to manage and look
after our business in unoccupied
territory In this state; no capital
or experience necessary; we deliver
and collect and furnish everything
ready to start; your earnings can
start the first day; larg manufac
turer; products nationally advertis
ed; big demand; opportunity to
make up to $3000 & year to the
right man; age no handicap if you
are willing to *ork. Address; Terri
. tory Manager, Box 083, Dayton.
1 Ohio. F9
( Employment
WANTED—2 well dressed experi
enced major electrical appliance
and implement salesmen; Rive ref
erences; salary and commission.
Box Pi Herald.
39 Situations Wanted
GERMAN WOMAN wants house
work; unincumbered. Box El35
Herald. *
ASSISTANT doctors or dentist of
fice; graduate muse-stenographer;
experience; reasonable. Box F10
Herald.
Financial
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Dept. BB. Br wnsville, Texas
42 Auto Loans
—.... *
South Texa*
Finance Corporation
Automobile Loans
$25 and Up
Let us reflnanct jour ear.
Room 5 Madison Hotel Arcade
Harlingen, Texas
Phone 761
Automobile Loans
and
REFINANCING
Lowest Rates. Immediate Service
Pay While You Ride
OUT-OF-TOWN LOANS HANDLED
PROMPTLY
Convenient Parking
VALLEY FINANCE CO.
927 Elizabeth St.
Brownsville, Texas
E109
| Livestock [
49 Horses - Cattle
TEN HEAD joung mules. Charles
E. Barber, Phone 403. Barber Plan
tation Co. Phone 19, San Benito.
E108
Merchandise
53 Musical Goods
FOR SALE: A Chlckcring upright
piano. Good condition; a bargain:
Phone 269 W. Residence mile II and
the baseline road Mercedes, Texas
n
54 For Sale • Mi seel.
SEWING MACHINES, WOO up
Parts, supplies and repairs. Service
calls free. 1122 W. Harrison. Har
lingen. El 12
GOOD CANE and alfalfa hay for
sale. Phone 1278, 1216 West St.
Charles. D53
CANDY CASE 6x3x2 feet. Rhodes
Cafe, Donna, Texas. E134
60 Seeds, Plants, Flowers
FOR SALE or Trade—Healthy Cer
1 tlfied citrus trees, pink meat and
j regular Marsh seedless, also cab
bage, broccoli plants, exchange for
hogs, cattle, fcn4ng wire, fence
posts, riding cultivators, cotton dus
ter. etc. Phone 704. A. O. Kolberg,
McAllen, Texas.
61 Wanted - Miscellaneous
_
I WANTED TO BUY baby bed; must
1 be bargain Box Fll Herald.
Merchandise I
L. j»
62 Let's Swap
WILL EXCHANGE 1910 Chevrolet
4 door sedan for diamond. J'»
Bader, general delivery or 160(1
block N. W. Madison. P«
_Rentals_ i
63 Apartments
ATTRACTIVE C •« furnished.
Garage and all convenlencea UU
West Elizabeth. Phone 1013 or 818J.
DM
SETH MAN APARTMENTS — Cool,
nicely furnished, modern. Phono
1231. E39
EEAUTIFULLY Furnished modem
5 room duplex; 2 south bedrooms;
Frlgldalre. Call 183. E136
FURNISHED APARTMENT. 517
West Elizabeth. Call after 4.
Phone 429. E98
SWEENY APARTMENTS— Cool
nicely furnished; ultra medem,
complete. Phone 1038. DM
MAY-DAY — Furnished, modern,
garage, Service bills paid. Reason
ably priced. 139 Washington. EM
DAVIS COURTS 2nd A St. Charles
8 E. Four and five room apart
ments. all modem conveniences,
low rates. Phone 1365J. KM
2 APARTMENTS?^telephone, lights,
water, paid. 442 Levee. Phone
I 578; EiM
64 Rooms
LOVELY furnished room. Cloee
Phone 1453.
ROOMS and apartments; 2 Mocks
new Poet office; garage. 1005 St.
Charles. 1127
THREE FURNISHED rooms, up
stairs; with shower-bath; Instantan
eous hot water; reasonable price.
1047 Madison. E133
I .. .—..
65 Houses
5 ROOM furnished duplex In Lot
Ebanos; care of lawn and water
furnished; rent reasonable. 10 Poin
sett a Place, Phone 1345. El33
comfortable five room mod
em house; just off Riverside Drive;
fine shade; garage. 854 West
i Fronton. El32
! " —.—. .... . ■ in—
HOUSES FOR RENT
8-Room bungalow. Lot fcbanot
3 bedrooms, strictly
modem . $25.00
5-Room bungalow, 10th
St Monroe . $18.00
5-Room dwelling. Jackson
near 18th Street . t 8.00
Frontier Lumber Co.
Phone 873
FOR RENT—Nicely furnished five
room bungalow, Phone 427 or 909.
F7
_
FOR RENT—0 room house, glassed
In porch. 442 West Levee. See Rob
ert Ernst, J. O. Penny Co. E13
FOR RENT—4 room house; will
rent very reasonable, inquire at
Barred a Sendee Station. E130 .
67 Room & Board
2 LADIES for room and board $29
month; close in. 535 Jefferson. 78
Real Estate j
70 House* for Sale
FIVE-ROOM HOUSE for sale. Pit
46 or 466. El29
72 Farms - Ranches
PERFECT 20-acre farm with fair
improvement* fronting on main
highway and 1-2 mile west of
Los Fresno* School, clear of debt
Make me an offer F. M. Thom-*.
ason, Corpus Chriatl, Texas. EW
FU MANCHII — The Flower of SUence—The Man With the Limp
,i i, m
BY SAX ROHMER
OT2
(Clttlbyi*x Jtobotr urfTb* Ml las) VI
Faintly and unevenly Sir Gregory commenced to
write—whilst I supported him on one side and Dick
on the other. Beeton stood helplessly aside, his ter
rified soul gleaming murkily in his eyes. Smith
looked on noncommitally. but I could see his tension
was lnconnceivably great.
The lamp above the bed was swaying as If in a
heavy draught. Six times it swayed and six ir
regular lines did Sir Gregory scrawl upon the blank
sheet of paper. Save for the gulping of the dying
man. there was no sound. Suddenly his body tight
ened. he gave a terrific yawp and then was dead.
Gently Smith took the page and read: "Guard
my diary.Tibetan frontier.Key of India. Be
ware of the man with the limp. Yellow—rising.
Watch Tibet....The Six-Pan!!"
As easily as we could. Dick and I set the man to
rest on the bed.
•"1 .H lrll • Mll .- . . —1 1r-. -.—
A swift frown wrinkled Smith's brow. -The maf
with the limp." he muttered.
Then suddenly we heard It. from somewhere out
side the room, a faint dragging sound accompanied
by a tap-tap. as of a man with a limp, coming near
er.... coming nearer!
MICKEY MOUSE— BY WALT DISNEY
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AND SPOOKS
AGAINST
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