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t(Continued from Pagi One) was only alightly hurt since of the south plains cattle arc leaders. At Midland, it was 11 bt-ow the coldest weather since 1898 City twice M recent years had nc imr cury dropped below zero. Pam.ia and Amarillo had 10 and 8 below respectively. As the temperature crawled above zero for the first time in 3«J hours. Amarillo had reason to be ieve that the peak of the storm had passea. Cattlemen were checking th.w looses but so far no serious uiroaos oil their licrd* had been reported A Texas & Pacific pa&sengei train stalled two miles west of Big Spring In a temperature of 7.1 degrees below zero and had to be brought ui by an emergency loco motive from the shops at that city Zero Marks l all It was 5 below zero, only one degree above the all tune low at Abilene. Livestock was suffering and wheal was mjured. The cola aided fruit by retarding budding. Two inches of sleet and snow were on the ground at Vernon ana the lowest overnight temperature was 3 below. Official ther. >meter» at Denison and oiney registered 1 degree below zero although those exposed to the north wind at Denison dropped to a minus 7. With the thermometer standing at the zero mark and no indi je tton of rising. Texarkana was grip ped in the most severe winter of the past three years. The Sunshine Special of the Texas & Pacifw railroad, west bound, arrived tw» and a half hours late ihis morning ^because of heavy snowdrift* In north Arkansas and Missouri. Gainesville. Wichita Falls and Denton suffered at 1 above. The Denton temperature was the low est February registration since the state experiment farm weather station was established 24 years ago. Some damage to oats was anticipated and early gardens were killed At Dallas and Fort Worth the lowest mark was 2 above. 8an Angelo re|X»rted 3 above and a new minimum for the season of 4 1-2 ▼ a* reported at 6 30 a in a? Corsica;.r. The countv farm agent reported no damage to crops or livestock at Longview desDite the 4 1-2 tem perature. At Austin the mercury dipped to 11. 13 at llou>ton As the weather man marked down a temperature of 13 at Houston he expressed ilia on »nu that pos sibility «i J. rise & myrtii mark w.f* nmou* vp wrwrto spread suffernTu ;tr,.jap jobless •nd relief ofciie*gf; ha/f nm*} than they conki handle FSibbr buflo Ings were kept often during the n:ght for the homeless. Vegetable crops through the .area were be lieved to have been wmed out. It elso wax t3 at San Antonio Cold weather records to- a frwr year period were broken early to nay when the official thermometer a* Beaumont stood at 18 1-2 Not s.nee Jan 2 1928 had such a low mark been recorded The reading them was 17 Severe losses to fn*it trees in bloom and gardens was expected Galveston k minimum was 20 The lowest temperature of the winter prevailed in the region about Lare«io as the reading drop 1 -'d 57 degrees from a maximum ^>f 78 yesterdav afternoon to 21 a 7:30 a m Considerable apprehen aicn was felt for citrus fruit since t:ees w-ere in blossom DEATH \X" SlFFERIXCi IN RI-IZZ ARD'S WAKI * Bi the Assocla ted Press* Winter rode the full crest of its power today, with blizzards, sub zero temperatures, transportation tte-upe. sufferings and even dcatu : in a wide section of the nation From the far northwest to the Orcat Lake- regions, whence the lev- blast apparentlv was heading eastward ar.d from Canada to Texas, the storm ruled with un abated fury. Bv nightfall the weather man said the eastern * aboard would be feeling the full effects of the disturbance H Below Zero In Chicago alone it was estimated that 11.000 homeless flooded char ity shelters and police stations. At least six persons were dead from (lie effects ol the storm in the . alion's second largest city School* were closed. Surface car trans portation was badly crippled Thu mercury was near aero, with tea below predicted No immediate relief was in sight. Highways were lined with help ltss automobiles, caught in snow onft. and air, rail and bus trafric was crippled throughout Middle America." Al<£%; the Canadian border temperature leadings of 30 to 4u below zero were common yesterday v.hcn the cold snap began it* eastward spread Two persons were re ported dead in the wind-swept provinces ol Canada—one near Teuion. Manitoba, and another at Leask in Saskatchewan. Unofficially it was 55 below zero at Moran, Wyo. Bemidji. Minn, had the lowest temperature m three years, with 41 below. It was minus 23 at North Platte, Neb., and 18 below at Sioux City. Iowa Two died from the cold at De> Moines bunny South Hit Reports from all sections ol the sunny south told of indications of below freezing temperatures. Nash ville, Teun., was prepared for near zero conditions New Orleans look- , ed for a reading of 29. Winter ! vacationists in Florida were swim- ! ruing as far north as Jacksonville, but weather forecasters predicted < the peninsula state would receive a share of the cold today. The Rocky Mountain area, the i «*in states, and the nudwest. how ever. were apparently bearing the btunt of winters latest onslaught. Zero and below prevailed in Ulau :.nd Idaho, and. although no ad ditional snow fell yesteroay. many roads were still blocked Anton;* Pamentoe. a 9-year-old schoo: girl, caught by the blizzard at Ravage. Mont., was frozen to death. Two youthful companions suffered lrom exjiOBiire. Pike* Peak in Colorado registered 20 below. Near Gallup. N. M . snow drifts lour feet deep blocked Navajo Indian reservation roads, and un official reports said the mercury dipped to 50 below at Eagle Nest. N. M. Oklahoma had sub-zero readings and snow, with one man frozen to death. Similar conditions ruled in Kansas. In the Ozarks the farm experts said the peach crop had been ruined. Kansas City. Mo , j however, resumed normal street 1 car traffic after a long tie-up. Zero in Panhandle Texas shivered with, temperatures Ranging !rom 6 above at Fori Worth to zero in the Panhandle. Heavy frosts were forecast for California ox the noth, section, with Ibcal frosts in the southern .'•ectlrth, The Pacific' northwest— Washington and Oregon—had sub irto readings. In- the midwest Michigan haa t?fter cokt fit the upper epmnsula. while Detroit was fighting a. snow and sleet storm with 2.700 jobless hard at work digging the city out from under the deluge Over exer tion while wading snow drifts kill ed one man at Grand Rapids. Valparaiso. Ind. had 12 inches of snow ar.d a forty degree drop In temperature In Louisville. Kv.. ihr t» mperature was sinking at the rate of two degrees per hour Snow as in sight and all airplanes were held to the ground. Automobile mishaps, due to ice. *i ow and screeching winds, caused three deaths in Missouri and om ir southern Illinois In northern I’hnoia the blizzard was describes as one of the worst in manv vearv One man who left hLs home In Chicago six days ago to roam the streets in quest of employment suddenly went blind shortly after the storm struck He was Duan» Oiesey. 23. and married Polio** rescued him Another man, Mathew Pohl. trudged 19 hours through srow drifts seeking Geraldine, his three-vear-old daughter, only to find her home upon his return SIDE GLANCES . George Clark | , * ran u * «sr. orr l» ^ .. .. ^ >* : ttM C : '.C - "Baxter. I think the chauffeur was hurt when you didn't notice we had • new car. RUTHLESS ROMANCER Loretta Young and Warren William ui Employees Entrance.” the Warner Bros picture which shows Wednesday only at the Capitol. Brownsville . .— City Briefs Mr and Mrs John W Pace of Haskell arrived in Brownsville Tuesday for a visit of several days. Mr. aud Mrs F. F Try on, Fritz Martin and E W. Hudlow are vis iting in the city from Tulsa. Okla. R M Jeffries Is here from Chi cago. IU.. and is registered at a Brow nsville hotel. Mr and Mrs C S. Denison ol Pittsburgh, Kas., are spending a short time in Brownsville. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Fleming ar rived here Tuesday from Detroit, Mich. Here Ironi Anderaon. Ind, are Mr. and Mrs. T. V Summers who plan to spend a few days in the city. Judge James D. Hanoi is here from Far well. Tex. O A. Miller is in Brownsville for a short time. He is from Clovis. N. M. PLATE LUNCH. 15c. The Mecca —Adv. Mi and Mrs. Charles Rice, for merly with the Southland Beauty shop! left Tuesday for an extended motor trip to points in Texas, plannmg to stay for several oays in Alice en route. The shop has been leased by Mrs. (Jladys Ag new, who is now in charge at the location on 14th and Elizabeth streets. Mr. and Mrs. A. V Smith ait the parent* of a sou. Robert Von. born Saturday at Mercy hospital. lag baby weighed 8 1-4 pounds and he and his mother are at theu- home m West Banker Addition. Mr* Smith is the former Miss Doris Faulk Mr. and Mrs W' J. Young an nounce the birth of a daughter Mary Alberta, born Monday. The baby weighed 7 1-2 pounds. Peach Crop Killed FOR TSMITH. Ark. Feb 8—T —Sub-zero temperatures in the Ozark mountain fruit belt today had killed a large portion of the commercial i>each crop and severe ly damaged the valuable apple ana grape crops. Temperature* in the Oklahoma Arkansas-Missouri Ozark* ranged from 12 below at Springfield Mo last night, to 34 below at port Smith. Ten degrees below was re oprted at Rogers. Ark. in tin* heart of the fruit belt, and Pay ette ville had a reading of nine be low. Highsmith Child Dies Betty Jane Highsmith. l-vear old daughter of Mr and Mrs C C Highsmith died at the family home. 505 Adams street at 5:3u Wednesday morning. Funeral ser vices will be conducted at the home of Rev O C. Crowe at 4:30 p m. with interment In Masonic section of the city cemetery. Slit Is survived by her parents, fou* brothers and three sisters nailing Funeral Home is in charge Bodies Sought Ct'FRO. Feb 8— 4»—The Gua dalupe river was dragged today for the bodies of Herman Hotz. 59 and Joe Hctz. 73. cousins, missing .suite Saturday and believed to | have drowned when they attempt ed a crossing in a small skiff. Their boat, filled with water, was found by a searching party yesterday a short distance below p opint where Jot* Hotz had tied lus horse. The men apparently hau tried to cross the river to a camp or the opposite side. MARKETS NEW YORK STOC KS NEW YORK Feb. 8 — The stock market tried to rally today.' but lound the way to higher prices blocked by further selling of the tobacco issues. Rails acted 1 airly well, and American Telephone resisted sell ing, but the market as a whole de veloped an easy tone after midday, although most losses were limited to fractions. Liggett and Myers B lost more than 2 points’, and Reynolds and American Tobacco class B issues lost a point or so. Declines of 1-2 to 1 points appeared m U. S. Steel common. Consolidated Gas. East man. Borden. National Biscuit, and Westinghouse Electric. American Telephone rose a point, then lost most of its gain. General Motors held to an extremely narrow range Union Pauiic was largely erased An extreme rise of 1 1-2 points In alter uudday. Among minor spe cialties. New York Shipbuilding and Industrial Ra;on were bid up mod erately. The rails were evidently helped by such individual loadings reports as have apjieared for last week, in dicating a check to the decline of the previous week. NEW ORLEANS COTTON NEW ORLEANS. Feb. 8—/Pi— Cotton opened fairly steady lodav Mad moderately active Cables were a little lower than due anu f*rst trades liere showed losses or 2 to 4 points. The severe cola weather in the western belt, prom ising to extend all over the cotton region. Was considered • bearisn influence. Prices eased slightly lurther alter the start Marca dropping to .>.!K» May to 604 ana July to 6 18 or 3 to 4 points down from yesterday's dost This slight carlv decline attract ed lair trade buying and price fix ing and prices soon recovered th-„ early loss and near the end the first hour were on a level with the close of yesterday r IIH \GO (>R \IN CHICAGO Feb 8.—A* - Grain tended upward early today, in fluenced by Liverpool reports that China was buving Argentine wheat. ' /* ro temperatures southwest and continued absence of snow over large areas. Openins at a shade to 3-8 up wheat afterward rn-c ‘‘urther C m started unchanged to I-R to 1-4 advance and later held near the initial limits Hotel Is Sold The Cameron hotel 912 Wash ington street, was sold under fare riosure of $*?9 000 mechanics' and materialmen's lien at the court lcuse door Tuesdav afternoon The lien was owned bv the Central State Life Insurance company. Tlie same company bought the hotel in a bid of $33,000. Theater Properties Receiver Is Named DALLAS. Feb 8 — »•>— Federal Judge William H Atwell late yes terday named Clarence Linz o: Dallas as receiver for the theater properties In Dallas. Fort Wortn and Houston heid by Southern Enterprises. Inc., reputedly a sub sidiary of Publix Enterprises. Ine of Delaware, itself the holding comapny of the Paramonut-Pub* x corporation. which also is in re ceivership. Theaters involved were the Palaci and Melba of Dallas, the Met ropolitan. Kirby and Queen in Houston and the Worth and Palace in Fort Worth, all regarded as among the leading theaters of the ! southwest. VALLEY CROPS (Continued From Page One) would lull practically all unpro tected produce. Beans Ready tv Pick Mr. McDavttl said souk beans were just ready to begin picking next week He said in many fields, however, the seed has Just oeen planted and will not be hurt. It will be possible to plant and pro duce a bean crop alter the present cold—with the danger of a low price when it is produced. W. D Googt. m charge of the U. S.-Texas market news bureau here said that if temperatures >>uch as are forecast occur that the beet, carrot, and cabbage crops will be damaged. Extent of damage to them will depend on the nature of the thaw, and other conditions generally. Mr. Googe had reports showing temperatures of 16 degrees in the Wuiter Garden and 18 degrees at Robs town. This indicates prac tical all crop there will be wii>od out. leaving little competition for any Valley produce that weathers the cold. In checking up on the citrus situation hi the Valiey The Herald was mformed that there Is a sert ous possibility of the crop for 1933 34 being cut into by the cold. A crop of around 20.000 cars had been forecast. Bloom Is Threatened It is practically certain that most ol the present early bloom on the trees will be killed, but the fruit trees will bloom again in time to produce unless the bud wood, or fruit wood is damaged Officials of the Texas Citrus Fruit Growers Exchange at Mission said temperatures of 26 or less to night will undoubtedly damage the budwood, and seriously cut into the 1933-34 crop of fruit Meantime Valley citrus growrers and packing plants were putting ever> facility at work today to get the present fruit off the trees and into storage. There are about 200 carloads of fruit on the trees in the Valley, it was estimated, and this fruit will be damaged bj such cold as is lore cast. A large pari ot it will be in packing plants by tonight Small citrus trees will be damaged some, but in mast parts of the Valley , they are banked, and the loss will not be permanent. Cobb Stumps Valley | In Congress Race (Special to The Herald» MISSION. Feb 8—Moulton (T>) Cobb, candidate for John Gainers congressional seat, declared here today inat Valley shippers had been assessed about $10 each to send representatives to Washington to fight proposed tomato tariff changes. 'll I am elected I will save the shippers and growers individual as sessments by taking eare of such matters personally." he declared. Cobb this week u> campaigning in the Valley. Mr. and Mrs. J F Racine of Grosse Point. Mich are visiting in Brownsville for several days. AYALA RITES SET Funeral service* will be held at 3 p. m Wednesday for Domingo Ayala Jr. who died Tuesday at the family residence on Jackson street between 14th and 15th. The parents survive. Delta Funeral home was In charge. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT THE STATE OF TEXAS To the Sheriff or any Constable of Cameron County. Greeting: Merchants' National Bank of Brownsville. Texas, formerly ex ecutor of the Estate of F. N. Booth. ! Deceased, actmg by its receive!. John M. Young, has filed in our : County Court its Final Account of the condition of the Estate of said F N. Booth. Deceased, numbered 1828 on the Probate Docket Oi I Cameron County. You are hereby commanded | that by publication of this writ ' for ten days in a newspaper print- I cd In the County of Cameron you give due notice to all persons in terested in the Account for Final Settlement of said Estate, to ap pear and contest the same if they see proper so to do. on Monday the 13th day of February A. D IF33. at the court house of said county, in Brownsville. Texas when said account will be acted upon by said court Given under my hand and sea' of said court, at my office in the city of Brownsville. Texas, this 31st day of January A. D. If33. j H. D. SeaRO Clerk. County Court Cameron Co By O F. Brenner. Deputy. I hereby certify that the above and foregoing is a true and cor- < rect copy of the Original Writ now j in my hands. W. F Brown Sheriff. Cameron County, j By L. A Jagou. Deputw Feb. 2-8t-450U The State ol Texas > County of Cameron > Notice is hereby given that b\ Virtue of an order of sale issued out of. and by the Clerk of. the Honorable District Court of Cam eron County. 103rd Judicial Dis trict ol Texas, on February 6. 1933 on a judgment rendered In said Court on November 7. 1932. In cause number 10500. styled Hous ton Building & Doan Association v. Jas A Browne, et al. in favor of Houston Building Ac Loan As sociation. a private Texas corpor ation. plaintiff, and against the defendants Jas. A Browne, also called and being James A Browne, and wife. Eugenie Browne. A. Wayne Wood. C. L Jessup. C. P. Earrcda. Marie C. Browne, a feme sole, Southland Life Insurance Company, a corporation. Security State Bank of San Juan. Texas, a banking corporation. The First National Bank of Brownsville. Tex as a banking corporation. Angus M Raphael. Myron Turfitt ana Descl-Boettcher Company, a cor poration. and each of them, fore closing plaintiff's lien on proper^ hereinafter described and placed | u. my hands for execution. T. W F. Brown. Sheriff of Cameron County, Texas, did on the 6th day ci February, 1933, al ten oclocs a ni.. seize and levy upon the .‘ollcwing described property sit uate in the city of Brownsville. Cameron county. Trias, to-vtit Lake Front Boulevard Lot num ber 5. of West Brownsville an addition to the city of Browns - THIS CURIOUS WORLD - SEA LIONS THAT ARE TO BE TRAINED MU6T BE CAPTURED AT EXACTLY THE R^HTAGi IF TAKEN jg QBO I USED THE TACTICS OF B MODERN REAL ESTATE H SALESMEN WHEN L_ HE NAMED . GREENLAND/ _ HE WROTE, "ANANV PEOPLE WILL GO THITHER. IF THE LAND HAS A PLEASANT NAME. 0 BEFORE LEARNING TO SWIM, TH Ey DIE IN CAPTIVITY IF CAUGHT AFTER. THE AGE OF SIX MONTHS) THEY ARE DIFFICULT TO TRAIN. _ l*3J ar HIM SCBVI.f IHC VV>V^\ ABOUT I one out op evERy SEVEN Eskimo men has an £XTGA £>/& / LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ville. in Cameron County, Texas bemg located in Ebony Avenue iu accordance with the map and plai O', said addition recorded In Voi. 1. • >age 18. of the Map Records ot Cameron County, Texas, reference to which 15 here made for a full description thereof, being the icentical property secured by a certain deed of trust dated Jan uary 15. 1926. recorded In Voi. 4a. or. pages 285-289 of the Deed oi Trust Records of Cameron County. Texas, whereby Jas. A Browne anu wife. Eugenie Browne, conveyed such property to Raymond E EJledge Trustee for the benefir of said Houston Building & Loan Association. And on the first Tuesday in March. 1933. same being the *e* er.th day of said month, between the hours of ten o'clock, n m. aim four o'clock p. m . on said day at fhc court house door of said coun ty in tile city of Brownsville. Tex as. I will offer for sale and sell rt public auction lor cash th» above described property, and ah the right, title and interest of the above-named defendants to the a bore-mentioned suit, and each or them, in and to said property. Witness my hand at Browns ville. Texas, this 6th day of Fob ruary, 1933. W F. BROWN Shent 1 of Cameron County. Texas By J R Snoebergcr. Dcputv 2-8-15-22-31—1.11 Annonncementi NOTARY Pl'HLIC and Public Stenographic Work Day and Night Service ROSS DRIVIRSEEF SYSTEM 1223 Levee St —Phone 1033 ---—— Dependable Prompt Phone 353 Brownsville Title Company Opposite Court House Brownsville Abstracts of Title Title Insurance Complete abstracts of title to all lands in Cameron County, Texn« Daily Coverage of All Cameron County Court Records Can be secured from the RETAIL MERCHANTS' ASSN Brownsville — Phone 443 8 Travel Opportunities PI \/ \ HOTEI rmvdei B Bureau. Tbo.se w mg to travel or room for little money phone 486. 191 1 Automotive 10 Autos for Sale NASH COUPE 11.000 Miles 1930 Plymouth coupe, rumble seat— Extra good 1931 Ford pickup— Likr new 1932 DcLuxe Coupe. V-8— Bar gain Demonstrator. WREC KER SERVICE Day phone 8K8 — Night phone KH9 Patteson Motor Co. 14 Auto Repr’s. & Paint Can You Stop? Firestone Brake Dept. | Business Services 22 Beauty Shops SW * I U <>i I I i; for three weeks —Mary Pat Beauty Shop $8 50 permanents $6.50 and $6.50 per manents $5 00 To first ten per- j sons an extra reduction 28 Moving, Trucks, Storage tt’STIN TRANSFER < o himi Washington. Moving and crating Phone 421 U66 MASON TRANSFER CO. Contractors lor Missouri Pacific Pick up and delivery service Hauling of AU Kindc 1105 4D.VWS >T. — PIIONt 139 Packing ol All Kinds Business Services 34 Insurance INSURANCE BONDS W. B. CLINT Phone € t 36 Hip, Wanted - Female HANTED: (iirl to make home with family do general house *orn ana help take care of baby; oujy American girls, neat appearing and of good morals need apply; pay three dollars per wek; icf crences necessary. Apply at 1326 St Marie St., Mission. Tex. Jg _Financial_ 42 Auto Loans AUTO LOANS Quick Serrice — Low Kates Refinance or Direct Loans AUTO LOAN CO. Arcade Bldg., Room S 1C4I Leve St. BROWNSVILLE 45 Miscellaneous LISTED AND UNLISTED Securities f Vv/ur own selection may be purchased on our easy payment plan NATIONAL BROKERAGE CO. *10 Esperson Bldg.. Preston 8366 Houston, Texas | Livestock ""] 50 Poultry - Supplies ( Hit KS. t> l-lc. Hatching 2c. line \aneties: see our flocks. Palm Garden hatchery. 2 miles west Harlingen. No Sunday business. PI Rl BRED baby chicks; So.00 per 100: custom hatching; 2c per egg; open Sundays. Cameron County Chlckcries, La Feria. i m Merchandise H 58 Feed & Fuel GOOD < ANE HAY for sale cheap. 1216 W. St. Charles. Phone 812-J. J18 59 Machinery • Equipment VALLEY .MAt MINE A MFG. GO. Manufacturers of Coulter Duplex Air Cleaner Prepared to do * General Machine Work Disc Grinding — Hlacksmithinf Melding PHIL It MOVE. I ornnan For sixteen years in tlie Valley as mechanic, engineer and lathe worker. Our prices in harmony with pres ent condition* Paredes Line Road Phone 220 ( Rentals_ 63 Apartments TMO tilt Tllltl! -ROOM furnish ed apartment. Phone 578. 422 Le 097 PIVI ROOMS, porch tnd garage $35 phone ol8 W I \l I RNlSIlf l> lit 1*1.1 X apart ment gang) ard alt coi« venience $16. >0 with water. 1114 W. Elizabeth, phone 1013 or 818 J. 163 65 Houses I I RXISIII H houses lor rent :>h W. St. Francis St. J20 68 Land For Rent I OR RENT. Lot 15 and the north 1-2 ot Ur 16. Block 23. U* Block 24. total 100 acres, Hidalgo County. Goeth. Webb & Goeth. Ban Anton;o. Texas. J25 FI MANCIll—The lard of lair—A Turn of thr C ards? RV SAX ROUMtR X-57 ■ For one Instance I saw Karamaneh—standing there ;n her close-fitting traveling drrs* her lovely face pale to the lips, her ej.cs ter. i-bright. th.cn the two muscu'ar brown hands that had propelled her into *h» room whisked her out. -—.-m.. -.. -- .... (MB . ft* —f Not a word did she utter and I was stricken dumb as rne who has plucked the Flower of Silence. "I sail maintain my esteem for you. Dr Petrie." in 'er:uo ed Fu Manchu. and therefore I suggest a way i to gam your freedom.” • \Ve shall each pick cards from a deck." continued the evil genius. "If you get high card, you gain your lreedom. If I. you remain here as my guest with Karamaneh. Shall we decide your future then upon the turn of a card?" ‘Say yes. saj’ yes!” came hoarsely from Sir Bald win's throat. I stared at him like one dead.