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Today’s Radio Features
SUNDAY. APRIL > (Certral and Eastern Standard Time)
Note— AU program* to key and mate chains or groups thereof unless sped*
fled coast to coast (e to cl designation includes all available stations.
Program* subject to change. Da7.
(07 The A—ociated Prttt)
NBCWEAF NETWORK
.ASIC— heat* weai tkeyi ereei wtlc
wjar w tag wcsh wfl will wfbi wic wgy
when «c«e wtan. wwj wssl; Midwest:
*maq wed aad woe-who wow wdaf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wimj
wtba kstp webs wdsy kfyr ckgw cfcf
SOUTH - wrva wptt wwnc wls wjaa
wfla-wsun wlod warn wme wst wapi
wjdx w t mh kvo* wkv wfaa whap kpre
wuai ktbs kthe
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kglr kg hi
COAST—kgo kfl kgw komo khq kpo
kfsd ktar kgu
tUOKMSOt
Cent. East.
/:CO— g:0O— Melody Hour—east only
*:00— 9:00—Songs by the Balladeerg
g 30— 9:30—Sparklets Woodwinds
1:45- 1:45—Jay Alden Edkms, Basse
9.56—10:00— Sketch if the Southland
S;3q_10:30—Italy Music Impressions
10:00—11:0O--Tha Radio Rubes. Songs
10:15—11:15— Major Bowse—also coast
11:15—12:15—To B# Announced
11:30—12:30—Cleveland ••Pop" Concert
(AtTBKNOOJU
12:15— 1:15—Oahu Serenadera—c to o
12:30— 1:30 -Moonshine-Honeysuckle
1:00— 2:00—Ooerr't Saxophones—to c
1:15— 2:15—IntT Radio Forum—r to c
1:30— 2:30—Vocal A Orch.-weaf only
2:00— 1:00—Wayne King Hr.—also c
2:30— 3:30—Dr. S. P Cadman—c to e
3:00— 4:00—Music Well-Spring—to e
3:15— 4:15— Johnny and Vee—also cst
3.30— 4:30—The History cf Medicine
CBS WABC NETWORK
BASIC—East: wabc (key) wic« wade
*oko wcao waab woac wgr wkbw wkrc
whk ckok wdre wcau wip wjaa wean
Wwfbl wspd vjsv; Midwest: wbbm W£Q
wfbm krabe wcco kmox wowo
EAST AND CANADIAN — wpg wfcp
wi:»w whsc wlb* wfea wore efrb ckac
DIXIE - wg:. wafa wbre rqam wdod
Mtwnox kira v.rec wlac wdsu wtoc krld
fVrr ktrh ktsa waco koma wdbo wodx
Wwbt wdae wbi* whaa wtar wdbj wwva
winbg wsjs
MIDWEST — wbcm wsbt wcah wmbd
wtaq wkbh kfab wisn ksej wibw kfb
wrr.t wnac wkbn wgl
MOUNTAIN— kvor kl* koh ksl
PACIFIC COAST — khj koin kgb kfre
kol kfpy kvt
iAlOKMSOt
Cent. East.
MOO— a:0O—Morning Musical*—wabe
0:00— 0:00—Columbia Junior Bugle
*:30— 0:30—Daily Health Talk - east
only. In Luxembourg—west
0:45— 9:45— Marion Carley, Pianist
0:00—10:00—Cnureh of the Air—to rst
9:30—10:30—Aeolian String Quar.— toe
10:00—11:00—Children's Hour — wabe
only Arnold and Carlite—also cat
10:30—11:30—Mtr.njn Choir and Organ
—also ccan. but wabe out
10:00—11:00—Mormon Choir and Organ
11:30—12:30—Oeutsch Orchee.—also cst
11:45—12:45—Tho Street Singer—also •
(ARTBRNOONt
12:00— 1:00—Church ef the Air—c to e
12:30— 1:30—Lazy Oan's Show—basic
1:00— 2:00--Ed McConnell—also coast
1:15— :15—The Tango King—basic:
Music Maker Wendell Hall— mldw
1:30— 2:30—Sunday Matinee—basic
2:00— 3:00—N. V. Philharmonic—to •
NBC-WJ2 NETWORK
BASIC — East: wjz (key) wbz-wbza
wbal wham kdka ' gar wjr wlw wsyr
wtual. Midwest: wcky kyw kfkx wear
wls kwk kwcr koil wren wmaq kso
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wtmj
wlba ksto webc wda.v kfyr ckgw cfcf
SOUTH — wrva \.ptf wwnc win wjax
wfla-wsun wiod wsm wmc wsb wapl
wjdx wurnh kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprc
wool ktbs kths
MOUNTAIN—koa kdvl kjjlr kghl
PACIFIC COAST — kgo kfi kgw komo
khq kpo kfsd ktar
(UORSISOf
Cent. East.
7.00— 1:00—Tone Pictures—east only
8:00— 9:00—The NBC Children's Hour
9:0<^-10:0C— Mexican Marimba Band
9:30—10:30—Fiddlers Three and Piano
10:00—11:00—Concert Organ Recital
10:15—11:16—Morniftg Musicale. Vocal
11:00—12:00—Baby Rose Marie—wjx
11:15—12:15— Radio City Concert—to a
(AFTBRXOOXI
12:15— 1:15—Malcolm La Prade, Talk
12:30— 1:30—The Samovar Serenade
1:00— 2:00—The Mystery Tenor—to e
1:15— 2:15—Pilgrims Mixed Chorus
basic. Money Adventures—midw
1:30— 2:30—The Chronicle—cst to cst
2:00— 3:00—Our American Music. Or.
2:30— 3:30—Merry-Go-Round—basic
3:00— 4:00— Dick Daring's Adventures
3:15— 4:15—A Cappella Chrir—c to c
3:30— 4:30—Youth Conference—« to s
SUNDAY. APRIL 2 (Central and Eastern Standard Time)
Note—All programs to key and basic chains or croups thereof unless sped*
fled; coast to coast (c to cl designation Includes all available stations.
Program* subject to change. P. M.
(Bit The Associated Press)
NBC WEAF NETWORK
■ASIC—East: weal (key) el wtlc
wjar wti( wcsb wti wlit wfbr wrc wgy
urban wcae wtatn wwj wsal; Midwest:
wmaq wcfl ksd woe- who wow wdaf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN - wlm)
wtba Kstp webc wday kfyr ckgw cfcf
SOUTH - wrva wptf wwnc wls wja*
wfla-wtun wiod wsm wmc wsb wapl
w)dx wsrnb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpre
woal ktbs ktbs
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kglr kghl
COAST—kgo kfi kgw komo khg kpo
Cent. East.
4:30— 5:30— Review in Music — east;
Matinee—west. Ballads—Dixie
4:45— 3:45—Chicago Knights—west
5:00— 6:00— Lawyer & Public—c to «
5:30— 6:30—Cathedral Prog —c to c
6:00— /:00—H V. Kaltenborn—c to C
6:15— 7:15— Mori n Downey—c to c
6:30— 7:30—Piano Team Recital—to a
6:45— 7:45—Angeio Patri, Talk—ba
sic: Theo Karle, Tenor — Dixie;
Kansas City Presents—west
7.00— 8:00—Black River Giant—to e
7:15— 8:15—Kostelanetz Symp.—to c
7:45— 8:45— Black River Giant—to c
9:00— 9:00—Fred Allen Revue—c to a

- THIS CURIOUS WORLD -
| THE BROOK TROUT
| IN AMERICA IS NOT A
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TO THE CHAR. GROOP...
FISH OF THE
SALMON FAMILY A
ONE EGG OF
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ALBANIA,
IS THE
ONLY
UNMARRIED
SOVEREIGN
IN
EUROPE.
the Vy INTER AtOOTHEASrSGS
OF THE ATLANTIC STATES TRAVEL
! UP THE COAST FROM THE
SOUTHWEST
C 'W T HO M»VCI l»c ^ _
I SIDE GLANCES. George Clark
wn.n t.wn on
"Not a but filar, eh? Weil, you can juah tshpUuu to the copan where
you sot all thoahe milk bottlea.” 1
‘VAMPIRE BAT’
Another thriller “The Vampire Bat” with Lionel Atwill and Fay Wray
who thrilled you in “The Wax Museum" and supported by Melvyn
Douglas and Robert Frazer showing Thursday only (Family Nltej at
the Capitol. Brownsville.
DISCOVER LAND OF HOT-CHA
■nil - 'll mill II mull. ...... _
Bt rt Wheeler. Raquel Torres and Robert Woolsey In “So This Is
Africa", showing Sunday and Monday at the Rivoll Theatre, San
Benito.
We Save You Money
20% to 50%
Discount
This Week
By Trading at the
COVACEVICH
SUPPLY CO.
Opposite the Chamber
of Commerce '
Under Gateway Hotel I
Lawn mowers. 16-inch 5 blade,
self sharpening, ball bearing,
special at . $5.90
16>inch 4 blade, otherwise
same as above . $5.70
30x31 j tires, special ... $2.95
30x3'a tubes . 55c
Cast nets . $2.75
20 ft. Fishing poles. 25c
25 ft. Fishing poles . 35c
Lockheed Brake Liquid
Fire Extinguisher Fluid
Storage Battery Acid and
Separators
Hardware, Plumbing and
Electrical Supplies
Auto Supplies, retail and
wholesale
Bring your brakes and let us
rrline them for you at a
great saving.
Announcements |
LADIES OF THE VALLEY—See
the Reducing Chair at Marine
Iron Works, Port Isabel. Hips,
Abdomen reduced quickly and
pleasantly. K89
LAGUNA FISH MARKET— New
management. Fresh oysters, fish
and other sea foods. Shrimp for
the fisherman. We deliver. K98
usi
CLASSIFIED
ADS
I
__ _ _ _ w If you are not able to buy
//F yr Fr I F the new things that you
r1 FF F want and need, why not fix
^ * up the old? You’ll find
listed below men who specialize in their particular
line of work. They are dependable and welcome
your patronage.
GENERAL WELDING
and REPAIR SHOP
Key and Locksmith
T. J. ROMMER
539 - 13th St. — Phone 732
(ELECTRICAL
REPAIRS Sc SERVICE
Motors, Vacuum Cleaners,
Fans, Appliances, House
Wiring. Fixtures.
STAR ELECTRIC CO.
Opposite Postofficc Phone 171
I Aanonnecmenh [
8 Lost and Found
LOST—German Police dog; ans
wer* to name Queenie. Call Her
ald office. K-lOfl.
7 Professional
DR. W. A. JONES
Dentist
403 State National Bank
Phone 7t4
Credit Extended If Desired
8 Travel Opportunities
WHEN YOU need dependable travel
information to save time and
money, call Golden Eagle Travel
Service. Madison Hotel Lobby.
Harlingen. K97
WHEN YOU need dependable travel j
information to save time and |
money, call Golden Eagle Travel
Service, Madison Hotel Lobby.
Harlingen; Del Walt Hotel, phone |
1176, Brownsville; T. Hull, op- i
posite Postoffice. Weslaco. KS7 j
9 Cafes and Hotels
HOME COOKED food that’s dif
ferent makes Kit’s the nearest to
home. Kit Carson’s. “It’s Dif
ferent”, Washington between 12th
Sc 13th. K90
Automotive
10 Autos for Sale
FOR SALE—14 ton track, 3250.00.
Practically half value. R. M.
Johnson. l1i miles north, 1 mile
west, Los Frcsnos. K105
12 Trade Autos
- - - - -
NEED CASH? Have 1930 De Soto
coach will trade for later model
Ford or Chevrolet closed car and
pay cash difference. Write box
892, Donna, Texas. L4
Busmen Chances
20 Wanted to Invest
HAVE PARTY Interested in buy
lng large block of Doyle L. Smith
Oil Company stock. Address full
particulars Box 474, J. B. Bow
man. Harlingen. K99
-j
Bnsiaett Services
28 Moving, Trucks, Storage
AUSTIN TRANSFER Co!] *00
Washington. Moving and crating.
Phone 421 1)66 j
Expert Watch
and
Jewelry Repairing
Dorfman’s Jewelry Store. Inc.
The Valley's Finest
Brownsville
Your ad *in this space
will go before approxi
mately 50.000 readers
every Sunday. Phone 8
f—-■
1 Business Services
MASON TRANSFER CO.
Contractors for Missouri
Pacific
Pick up a*vJ delivery service
Hauling of All Kinds
1105 ADAMS ST. - PHONE 139
Packing of All Kinds
34 Insurance
INSURANCE
BONDS
W. B. CLINT
Phone 4
WOOD and DODD
INSURANCE
SURETY BONDS
Phones 100 - 101
Brownsville
Spivey • Kowalski Ballding
-1
35 Hip. Wanted—Male
CALL FIRF.STONE
THE PRICE
WILL BE RIGHT
36 Hip. Wanted - Female
WOMEN—Earn $12 dozen sewing,
materials cut, instructions fur
nished. experience unnecessary,
addressed envelope brings par
ticulars. Superior Dress Com
pany, 203 Havenmeyer Street,
Brooklyn, N. Y. L9
37 Salesmen - Agents
"distributor wanted
Opportunity to earn up to $250 a
month right now with double
ramings as business Increases.
Steady permanent connection.
Prefer man well respected and
with ability to sell Safety De
vices and Service to Schools. Col
leges, Shops. Stores. Public In
stitutions. Truck and Bus Own
ers, Home Owners and Farmers.
No house to house work but a
high-class, dignified position with
one of the largest manufacturers
of its kind with A-l rating. Write
complete details of your business
experience, etc. Distributor
Manager, Box 983, Dayton, Ohio
LI
38 Hip. Male or Female
CIVIL SERVICE salaries for sten
ographers are mo6t inviting. Val
ley Business College starts new
classes Monday. April 3. See Pres.
Moothart. K f>7
WANTED—Good man or woman
barber. Must also be able to do
fingerwaving. Write Box K93,
Herald. K93
39 Situations Wanted
AMERICAN Man and wife wish
employment. Wife as cook; man
to drive and general handy man.
Phone 557. L10
40 Services Offered
AMERICAN Man with car wishes
employment of some kind. Phone
557.L1Q
Financial
42 Auto Loans
AUTO LOANS
Quick Service — Low Rates
Refinance or Direct Loans
AUTO LOAN CO.
Arcade Bldg.. Room S
1C41 Leve St.
BROWNSVILLE
livestock ,,
. ■ii——— 111 i ■—i'■ --- .. —
50 Piillry - Supplies
CHICKS 5* SMfc bertealnr April
4th. Both Ugot sad heavy breeds.
Place your ordeu. Palm Osrden
Hatchery. HarUpgse. No Sunday
business. K101
baby CHICKS at am lew price*.
effective at once. Leghorna, RsUs,
Anconas, and Bocks as low as
84.50 ptr hundred, Oetzel’s Poul
try Bredeing Farm and Hatchery,
Donna, Texas.K ill
Baby Chicks from Cameron
County Chickeries La Feria; all
breeds; English leghorns. 5c; all
heavy breeds. 6c. For sale at
JACKSON’S FEED AND
SEED STORES
1036 Washington. Phone 867,
Brownsville
Mcrehan&c ]
52 Household Goods
ANTIQUE furniture and other
pieces. Wardrobe trunk. 724 W i
Elizabeth. K82 i
54 For Sale - Miscel.
JUST ARRIVED—4 blade, site 16
well constructed, self adjusting,
ball t aring lawn mowers. T. J.
Rommer, 539 13th ~ K58
SEWING MACHINE; tews good,
$6.00; also electric machine; sac
rifice for $20.00. 1122 W. Harri
son, Harlingen. K104
BOGGS POTATO grader; 2
screens; extra screens; platform
scales; both good condition. Mrs.
A. H. Allen, Route 1. Browns
ville. L5
60 Seeds, Plants, Flowers
FARM LIGHT Batteries rebuilt
now at tremendous savings. Any
make guaranteed same as new.
Battery Exchange. 1260 Washing
ton St, Brownsville. LU
61 Wanted - Miscellaneous
WANTED to buy either a Bobcat
or Ocelot kitten; male preferred;
give price wanted. Lewis Baker.
1820 Wesley. Evanston. 111. K102
WANTED CIGAR show case and
wall ca^e or cabinet suitable for
cigarette and tobacco display;
good condition. Box K-113 Her
ald. X-113
Rentals 1
*—■■■ - j
63 Apartments
DUPLEX furnished. $25 month;
bills paid. One unfurnished $15.
1114 tVest Elizabeth St., Tele
phone 1013. K-42
SETHMAN APARTMENTS — Mod
em comfortable, well furnished
apartment. Phone 1231. K59
63 Apartments
NICELY Furnished apartment, 517
W. Elizabeth. Summer rates. Ex
cepting Saturday and Sunday
call or phone 429 after 4:00 p. m.
K95
SWEENY APARTMENTS — Well
furnished modern apartment;
electrical refrigeration; garage;
completely furnished. Phone 103d
K21
VAN SICLEN—3 rooms furnished;
porch; garage; Frigidaire. Phone
518 W. K37
ROOMS and apartments; large and
cool; 2 blocks from Postoffice.
912 Levee St. L6
ONE 2 or 3 room furnished apart
ment with garage; 2 blocks from
Po6t office; summer rates. Phone
194 W. 1005 St. Charles. K96
DAVIS COURTS. 2nd and St.
1 Charles. Southeast 4 and 5-room
furnished apartments; all mod
em conveniences; electric re
frigeration. Phone 1365 J. L8
Rentals I
M 1... 1 1
63 Apartments
t AND S ROOM apartment; 8
room house; cheap. Call 578.
422 E. Levee. L7
64 Rooms
FOR RENT—BeantifuIIy farniahe*
southeast bedroom with separata
shower and garage. l‘i blocks
from Boulevard. 127 W. Levee.
KM
FURNISHED ROOM private fam
ily; board optional, phone 578.
442 Jjnm.K3
65 . Houses
FOR RENT—14-room isms; mod
ern conveniences; suitable for
apartments or rooms; 2 knocks
postoffice; Very reasouabla Cal
deroni, City Drug store. K-1W
8 ROOM furnished Haase 14ti SU
£1 Jardin. Electric stove, hot wa
ter heater. Kelvinator. ftpi
April 15th to January 15th. A.
C. Capron. K81
Now is the Time to
BUY YOUR HOME
Texas Building and
Loan A sen.
Pay Like Bent
434 11th St. — Phone IIS
FURNISHED 5-room home. 2S1
Sunset Drive, Loe Ebanos. Phone
789J. KM
BEAUTIFULLY furnished heme;
double garage; Frigidaire well
located; also other houses and
apartments furnished and un
furnished. Call 183. K01
124 WEST 9th SL, modern cosy 4
room furnished house; garage;
shade; fenced yard, $15.00. K100
FOR RENT — HOUSES »
5-room modern, double garage,
Los Ebanos Estates.
5 Rooms furnished, good '
tion.
Store building wiy*r*uving quar
ters. 14th St., W toria Heights.
4 Room House 242 Jefferson
“ /
Frontier Lumber Co.
f Phone 872
08 Land For Rent
65 ACRES for rent. Want real
farmer; must be able to run him
self. See R. M. Johnson, Los
Pres nos, Texas. K106
69 Wanted to Rent
RESPONSIBLE couple mat tar
nished home or small apartment
house to care for in exchange
for rent. Write Box K103 Herald.
WANTED 6 or 8 room unfurnished
house; permanent tennant. Box
K-110 Herald. K-110
WANTED FOR JUNE 1ST
Modern unfurnished house. 4
to 6 bedrooms, in desirable resi
dential section convenient to
Central School plant. House
equipped with electric refriger
ator and gas cooking and heat
ing stoves preferred, with rental
not exceeding $50.00 per month.
Address Box L3, Herald.
FIVE-ACRE GROVE. Small new
house; near Donna: Clear, take
small car in trade. J. P. McDan
iel. Postoffice Barber Shop. Don
na. Texas. K-112
76 Wanted to Buy
WANTED from owner 2 to 5 acre*
good citrus land; near Browns
ville on pavement; want bargain;
give details. Box K-107 Herald
K-107.
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FU MANCHU—The House of Hashish—Where is the Body? BT SAX BOHMEB
_ ___
As we nailed for Warder Morrison, who had had the
dead Samarkan in his charge, the Colonel sat drum
ming his fingers upon the table. Nayland Smith walk
ed restlessly abcut. and Dick and I puzzled over why
our Inend should be so p f iurbed over a dead enemy.
When Warder Morrison appeared, he saluated Col. a long pause followed while Morrison's uneasiness |
Warrington and glanced uneasily from his to Smith grew by leaps and bounds. His eyes were curiously dull |
My friend stood stock still and stared at Morrison, his and their pupils interested me professionally,
eyes as hard as steel. With a wave of his liana, the "You were in charge of the prisoner Samarkan?”
Colonel turned him over to Smith. began Smith harsly.
The man went white as death. "Yes, sir,” he replied II
I drew Smith to one side. "Look here,’* I said. "whJI
ail this loss? It Samaritan is dead so much the bet jfl
ter for us." *'"*
“His body has disappeared,” replied Smith ter J'J*
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