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FARE THEE WELL, ANNABELLE
You’ll hear Ruddy Vallee and Ann Dvorak singing ' Pare Thee Wen
Annabelle." one of the big hits of the year in ‘Sweet Music." Warner
Bros’ new musical showing Friday and Saturday at the Capitol,
Brownsville. Tare Thee Well Annabelle" is Just one of the many
eong hits Vallee Introduces either alone or with Miss Dvorak. “Sweet
Music" has a cast that includes Ned Sparks, Helen Morgan. Robert
Armstrong. Allen Jenkins. Alice White. Joseph Cawthom, Al Shean
and Phillip Reed. Rudy’s Connecticut Yankees and the Frank and
Milt Britton musical maniacs provide the melodies in the film.
AT RIVOLI THEATER
Bing Crosby and W. C. Fields ih • Mississippi” showing Friday and
Saturday at the Rivoll Theatre in San Benito.
Culbertson and Sims Play
***** *****
For 25 Cents a Point To
***** *****
Liven Up Bridge Tourney
NEW YORK. April 12. (Jf)—The
160-rubber bridge battle between
the Ely Culbertso-/. and the P. Hal
Simses comes to its close Friday
night with the twin mantle of vic
tory already draped on the shoul
ders of Ely and Josephine Culbert
son
They hold such a lead over Hal
and Dorothy Sims that nothing
short of vulnerable grand slams in
•ach of the six remaining rubbers
of the match would bring the
Smses out on top. Sims enter
ins no hope that such a bridge
miracle will come to pass.
At the end of the 14th rubber]
Thursday night, the Culbertson
lead amounted, to 13.970 points
which means that the Simses would
have to average a plus of 1.400
points on each of the remaining
rubbers to win.
• How do you feel. Hal?" asked j
Culbertson at the close of Thursday
night's play.
“I wont deny It. Ely.” replied
8ims. “I feel terrible.”
* v Tib so glad to hear it," said
Culbertson merrily.
Although Culbertson professed to
have some fear he might be de
feated. he was obviously elated that
victory was definitely within his
grasp.
Eleven rubbers were played
Thursday and six of them went to
the Culbertsons. Nevertheless, the
Simses made a net gain for the day
of 750 points.
Although Sims, Is on the losing
end of the match, he got some sat
isfaction from a successful after
noon session when he and Culbert
son had B. Jay Becker of Phila
delphia and Albert H. Morehead,
respectively, for partners
The two principals decided to
play for a stake of 25 cents a point,
just to liven things up.
Sims had a plus of 2.610 points
for the afternoon session and Cul
bertson had to hand over $652.50.
It was one of the few bright spots
of the match for Sims.
The Culbertsons have a total of
121.600 points to 107.630 for their op
ponents.
Laura Wheeler Designs
CROCHETED COLLARS
PATTERN 954
FLATTER YOUR FACE WITH
CROCHETED NECKWEAR
SAYS LAURA WHEELER
To be smartly dressed this season
moans to be crocheted right up to
the chin. And you’ll enjoy it. If you
choose these collars. The plain;
round one-very easy to make—:s
axauisite to P*111 boucle. The
Pierrot coliar-and how much In
voaue that is now—is in a lacy
mesh. The butterhy jabot com
petes the choice. Fashion notes arei
Fining ta so much of the bftterfly
mesh and is tr.mmed with dainty
medallions that are seam along the
edge. Any of this neckwear will
transform a dress and make It look
like new for 8pr.ng.
Pattern 934 comes to you with
detailed directions for making the
neckwear shown; illustrations of
them and of all stitches used;
material requirements.
Send 19 cents m stamp or coin
• coin preferred* for this pattern to
The Brownsville Herald. Needle -
craft Dept., 83 Eighth Avenue.
New York, N. Y.—Adv.
WEST POINT OF THE AIR
Robert Young and Wallace Beery in “West Point of the Air.” pro
duced at Randolph Field. San Antonio. Texas, showing Sunday and
Monday at the Capitol, Brownsville.
MUNI — BORDER-TOWN’
She had been the cause of his humiliation — his life and career were
ruined through his love for her — (the dramatic moment when
Margaret Lindsay enters the life of Paul Muni, to the disgust of Gavin
Gordon in Warner Bros production. “Bordertown." which shows Sun
day and Monday at the Queen. Bette Davis, talented blonde menace
is also featured in the cast).
IX XEW SCAXDALS SHOW I
Alice Faye and James Dunn who head the featured east of screen
stars in "George Whites 1935 Scandals" showing Friday and Saturday
at the Rivoli theatre in San Benito and scheduled Saturday midnight,
Sunday and Monday at the Arcadia Theatre in Harlingen.
At The Theaters
CAPITOL
Wallace Beery, who in the past
three years has been established at
the pinnacle of box-office populari
ty, is to be seen in the most stirring
dramatic role of his career in West
Point of the Air," story of the United
States Army Air Corps to be shown
Sunday and Monday at the Capi-,
tol Theatre, Brownsville.
In “West Point of the Air” his
supporting cast includes Maureen
O'Sullivan, as the youthful roman
tic lead; Robert Young, as Beery’s
son; Lewis Stone. James Gleason.
Rosalind Russell. Russell Hardie.
Henrv Wadsworth, Robert Taylor.
Robert Livingston and Frank Con
roy.
At famous Randolph Field, Texas,
the $10,000,000 army aviation school.
Beery's son, played by Robert Young,
finds romance with Miss O'Sullivan
the generals daughter. She offers
encouragement to the cadet while
he goes through the rigors of tests,
flying instructions, solo flights, and.
finally, spectacular aerial maneu
vers and training reviews with hun
dreds of planes.
QUEEN
Practically all border towns are
lawless, according to the author of
•Bordertown." the Warner Bros,
production, which shows Sunday
and Monday at the Queen Theatre
Brownsville, with Paul Muni in the
stelltr role. He speaks of this as
“the taint which seems to envelop
all boundaries."
••Bordertown” is the story of a
young man who grows up to be a
power in his particular part of the
underworld.
The role of Johnny Ramirez seems
particularly suit to Paul Muni,
suggesting s great similarity to his
part In “I Am a Fugitive from a
Chain Gang "
In “Bordertown." however, Muni
Is called upon for a greater dra
matic range, since this story has
greater scope. It takes him from
the cantaloupe fields of Imperial
Valley to the vice haunts of Bor
dertown'' and thence to the drawing
rooms of his American society
friends.
RIVOLI. SAN BENITO
W. C. Fields, dean of film comed
ians, with Bing Crosby, Joan Ben
nett, head the cast in the screen's
new musical “Mississippi." sched
uled for showing Friday and Sat
urday at the Arcadia Theatre in
Harlingen and Saturday Midmte
and Sunday. Monday at the Rivoli
Theatre in San Benito.
Fields Is cast as the Captain of
the “River Queen," and the biggest
liar on the river and the champion
caliope player of seven continents.
Crosby plays the part of a Yankee
youth in the old South of crinoline
days who falls Into disgrace and
loses his sweetheart because of his
unwillingness to duel with every
belligerent stranger.
♦ %
ARCADIA. HARLINGEN
"George Whites 1935 Scandals"
presents a chorus of more than two
hundred breath - taking beauties,
personally selected bv George White.
In the chorus of the scandal addi
tion, which is booked for showing
Friday and Saturday, at the Arcadia
Theatre, ar.d for Saturday Midnite
Freview and Sunday. Monday at the
Rivoli Theatre in San Benito, are
two Texas girls. Kasha Haroidi and
Marbeth Wright both of Dallas.
The entire show was originated
and supervised by George White.
In the selection of the stars, prin
cipal players, creation of the dances,
and even to the origination of it's
story. The plot of the new issue of
the scandals could stand on it’s
own even without the opulence of
son<r, dance and comedy. It concerns
a vacation bound producer who
stops off to a small Georgia town
to send a telegram, and sees his
own name on the marquee of a
theatre. Scar lalized. he objects and
proceeds to discover some unusual
ong and dance talent buried in
this small town. He brings the local
talent to Broadway, whose bright
lights lures a pair of lovers from
their vows, until the producer re
vives the romance, and packs them
back home.
Came Postponed
The Kiwanis - Goodyear Play
ground ball game scheduled for
Friday night has been postponed
because of yet grounds._
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
NOTICE OF HEARING ON CONDEMNA
TION BEFORE COMMISSIONERS
THE STATE OF TEXAS )
COUNTY OF CAMERON )
To Vista Del Mar Irrigation Company
Mr# Melile Rsperson Stewart. H E
Stewart. B F LouU. Cameron County.
Texas, and all other person* having any
interest in the hereinafter described
lands:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that on the 3rd day of May. 1935
at 4 o'clock p m In Room 320. of th#
United States Postoffice Building, in
Brownsville Cameron County. Texa*. th#
undersigned Special Commissioners
duly appointed by the Hon. Thomas M
Krnnerly. Judge of the District Court
of the United States for the Southern
District of Texas, to assess the darn
fftes occasioned by the condemnation of
the following described property, to
wit*
"Lying and being situated In Cam
eron County. Texas, and meted and
bounded as follows:
Beginning at the Intersection of the
West line of Share No. 6 of the San
Martin Orant In Cameron County. Tex
as. with the center line of the proposed
Brownsville Ship Channel, said point
also being North 2 deg. 13 min. 33 sec
West 317 16 feet from reference monu
ment **I" (Concrete* as set by the Corps
of Engineers of the U. S. Army; thence
with the West line of said Share No. 6
North 2 deg. 19 min. 40 sec West 2789 28
feet for the Northwest corner of the
tract herein described; thence North
68 deg 50 min 32 sec. East 8049 61 feet
to e point In the East line of said Share
6 this line being parallel to and 2640
feet measured perpendicularly from
he said center Itne; thence with the
"last Une South 12 dag. 53 min. 40 sac
East at 2667.60 feet crossing the said
USE THE HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS
They Are a Sure Guide To Economy and Profit
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
center line end et 2930.31 feet the
Southeast corner of the tract herein
described; thence an a line parallel to
and 230 feet measured perpendicularly
lrom the said center line South 08 deg
50 min 32 sec West 8015.45 feet to a
point on the West line of said Share
No 8; thence North 2 dag. 19 min. 40
sec West 284 14 feet to the place of be
ginning. containing 352 83 acres, more or
leas:" which property Is to be used as
a right of way and spoil disposal area
for the construction of a ship channel
under the River and Harbor Act of July
3. 1930, Public No. 520, Seventy-first
Congress, all of which more fully ap
pears from the petition filed by The
United States of America, on the 25th
day of May. 1934. In a certain cause now
pending In the Brownsville Dlvtsion or
•aid District Court of the United States
for the Southern District of Texas,
styled “United States of America versus
that certain parcel of land, et al..M and
Numbered 827 on the Law Docket of said
court, to which petition reference is
here made, having heretofore duly ta
ler ted such time and place for the
hearing as required by law, will pro
ceed to hear said parties and to act
thereon In the manner directed by the
lawv of the United States of America
and the State of Texas.
This notice la. therefore, given by pub
lication In The Brownsville Herald for
once a week for four consecutive weeks
the last publication being more than five
(5) days before the above hearing.
Witness our hands this the 39th day
of March A D 1935
OBOROE C RICHARDSON
W B. CLINT
J. 8 FORD. Special
Commissioners.
3-29-5-12-19-4t-4939
CONSTABLES SALE
THE STATE OF TEXAS )
COUNTY OF CAMERON )
Notice la Hereby Given that by vir
tue of a certain Order of Sale Issued
out of the Honorable 103rd District
Court of Cameron County on the 21st
day of March 1935 by J. J. Bishop. Clerk
of said Court, for the sum at $40.400 00
with Interest from the 27th day of Feb
ruary A D. 1935. at the rate of ten per
cent per annum, together with the
^um of 94.040 00 Attorney's Fees and
costs of suits; and. whereas, the said
Judgment Is a foreclosure of a Vendor’s
Lien. Belle W. Mr Near and Mrs Edna
Schlefelbeln vs. Sam Jones, placed In
ray hands for service. I. H D. Lozano.
Constable Prct. 2 of Cameron County.
Texas, did on the 28th day of March.
1935. Levy on certain Real Estate, sit
uated In Cameron County, Texas, de
scribed as follows, to-wit: (11 Lot or
Block Number Forty-Two (421 of the
Mlnnesota-Tekas Land and Irrigation
Company's Subdivision of a portion of
said La Ferla Grant, as shown by the
map or plat of said subdivision duly
ecorded in the office of the County
Clerk of Cameron County. Texas, con
taining Thirty-Nine and 69-100 i 39 69»
acres of land, more or less. Including
,uch parts thereof as may underlie
roadways, canals, and canal rtghta of
way and reservations therefore which
are herein expressly reserved;
(2) All that portion of Lot or Block No
44 of said Mlnnsota-Texas Land and
Irrigation Company’s Subdivision of b
portion of said La Ferla Orant. as above
described known and described aa Lou
Nos Nine (9) and Ten <10i Eleven (11J
Twelve (12) Thirteen (13) and Fourteen
(14) of A W Amthor's Loma Alta Re
survey and Subdivision of a portion of
the south one-half of said Block No. 44
as said Loma Alta Subdivision is shown
end delineated on the may or plat there
of duly recorded, and levied upon aa the
propertv of Sam Jones and that on th*
first Tuesday in May. 1935. the same be
ing the 7th day of said month, at the
Court House door of Cameron County
in the City of Brownsville. Texas, be
tween tbe hours of 10 a m and 4 p. m
by virtue of said levy and said Ordei
of Sale. I will sell said above descrl!:.
Real Estate at public vendue, for cash
to the highest bidder, as the property
of said Sam Jones.:
And in compliance with law. I give
this notice by publication. In the Eng
llsb language, once a week for thre<
consecutive weeks immedately pre
ceding said day of sale. In The Browns
ville Herald, a newspaper published In
Cameron County.
Witness my hand this 28tb day of
March. 1935
H. D. Lozano. Constable Prct 3.
Cameron County. Texas
By Mrs. S. N Bvrne. deputv
3- 29-5-12-31-493.'.
NOTICE OF EXECUTION SALE
THE STATE OF TEXAS >
COUNTY OF CAMERON )
By virtue of an order of sale and
execution, issued out of the 103rd Judi
cial District Court In and for Cam
eron County, Texas, on a Judgment ren
dered in said Court on the 4th day of
March. 1935 In cause No 13415, styled
Martin Lafferty. plaintiff, vs. George
C Rlha et al. defendants, on the docket
of said Court, said Judgment being In
favor of Martin Lafferty and against
Qeorge C. Rlha for tbe sum of 91.338.32.
with interest from March 4. 1935. at the
rate of six per cent per annum, and all
costs of suit, and such Judgment bo
ng also In favor of Martin Lafferty and
against both defendants. Oeorge C Rlha
and C. A. Swanson, establishing and
foreclosing s vendor’s lien on the here
nafter described property, to make the
foregoing amounts. I did. on the 3rd day
of April. 1935. at 10 30 o’clock a m , levy
upon the following described tract and
parcel of land, situated in Cameron
County. Texas, as the property of the
-aid George C. Rlha and C. A. Swanson,
to-wit:
The south 998 acres of Block 60. of
the Hooks & Hodges Subdivision No 1
of the La Ferla Orant. In Cameron coun
ty. Texas; and on the 7th day of May.
1935. being the first Tuesday In said
month, between the hours of ten o'clock
a m and four o’clock p. m on said
day. at the Court House door of said
county. I will offer for sale, and sell
at public auction, tor caah. tbe above
described lands, aa the property of tbe
said George C. Rlha and C. A. Swan
son.
Dated at Brownsville. Texas, this 3rd
day at April 1935.
J. A GOOLSBY. Sheriff of Cameron
County. Texas
By Gustavo Vera. Deputy.
4- 5-12-19-3t-4940
NOTICE OF HE ARING ON CONDEMNA
TION BEFORE COMMISSIONER*
THE STATE OF TEXAS )
COUNTY OP CAMERON )
To James B. Jones. Laura M Jones
Brownsville Navigation District of
Cameron County. Texas, the First Trust
Joint Stock Land Bank of Chicago. Mel
vin A. Traylor. Trustee. Pan America
University. Cameron County. Texaa.
Point Isabel Independent School Dis
trict. and all other persons being any
interest In the hereinafter described
lands:
You and each of you are hereby noti
fied that on the 3rd day of May. 1935
at 2 o'clock p. m In Room 320. of the
United States Postoffice Building- in
Brownsville. Cameron County. Texas,
the undersigned Special Commission
ers. duly appointed by the Hon Thomas
M Kennerly. Judge of the district court
of the United States for the Southern
District of Texas, to assess the dam
ages occasioned by the condemnation
of the following described property, to
wlt:
"Lvlng and being situated In Cameron
County. Texas, and meted and bounded
as follows:
(First Tract): Beginning at the inter
section of the center line of the propos
ed Brownsville Ship Channel with the
West line of Share No 7 of the San Mar
tin Grant, said line also being the East
line of Share No. 32 of the Esplrltu San
to Grant, said point also being North
2 deg 13 min 33 sec. West 317.1# feet,
thence South 68 deg 50 min 32 sec
West 7177 50 feet from reference monu
ment "I" as set by the Corps of En
gineers of the U. 8 Army: thence with
the said San Martln-Bsplrltu Santo
Grant line South 0 deg 58 min East
1406 44 feet for the Southeast corner of
the tract herein described; thence on a
line parallel to and 1320 feet measured
perpendicularly from said center line
South 68 deg 50 min 32 sec West 2695.52
feet to a point in the East 11ns of the
Jones Tract; thence with the East line
of the Jones Tract North 0 deg. 26 min
S3 sac. West at 1411 19 feet crosalng
said canter line and at 2822.39 feet, the
Northwest oomer at the tract herein
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
described: thence on a line parallel
and 1330 feet measured perpendicular
ly from said center Une North 88 deg
50 min. 32 sec. last 2668 28 feet to a
point In the San Martln-Esplrltu Santo
Grant line: thence South 0 deg 30 min.
last 1406 43 feet to the place of begin
ning, containing 102.54 acres, more or
leas, out of Share 32 of the Bsplrltu
Santo Grant. Cameron County. Texas."
iSecond Tract): “Beginning at the In
tersection of the center line of the
proposed Brownsville Ship Channel with
the East line of the Jones Tract In
Share No. 32. Bsplrltu Santo Grant, said
point being North 2 deg. 13 min 33 sec
West 317.16 feet: thence South 60 deg
50 min. 32 sec. Weet 9059 40 feet from
reference monument 'T“ aa set by the
Corps of Engineers of the U. 8 Army,
thence with the said East line at the
Jones Tract South 0 deg 28 min. S3 sec.
But 1411.10 feet: thence on a line par
allel to and 1320 feet measured perpendl -
cularly from said center line South 80
deg 50 min. 33 sec. West 2003.27 feet to
s point In the West Une of said Share
No. 32 of said Orant; thence with the
said West Une North 0 dag. 01 min.
West at 1415 28 feet crossing said cen
ter Une and at 1377 67 feet an angle In
said Une. thence North 0 deg. 11 min
East 1234 56 feet: thence on a Une par
allel to and 1330 feet measured perpen
dicularly from said center Une North
68 deg 50 min. 32 sec East 2665 83 feet
to a point In the Bast Une at said
Jones Tract: thence with said Bast Une
South 0 deg. 26 mtn 32 sec Bast 1411.20
feet to the place of beginning, con
taining 162 48 acres, more or Ira. out of
Share 32 of the Bsplrltu Santo Grant.
Cameron County. Texas;” which prop
erty is to be used aa a right of way and
spoil disposal area for the construction
of a ship channel under the River and
Harbor Act of July 3. 1030. Public No
520. Seventy-first Congress, all of which
more fully appears from the petition
filed by the United State# of Amrlca:
on the 18th day of July. 1934. In a cer
tain cause now pending In the Browns
ville Division of said District Court of
the United 8tat«s for the Southern Dis
trict of Texas, styled "United States of
America versus that certain parcel of
land, et a)..” and numbered 830 on the
Law Docket of said court, to which peti
tion reference Is here made, having
heretofore duly selected such time end
place for the hearing as required by
law. will proceed to hear said parties and
to act thereon In the manner directed
by the laws at the United States at
America and the State of Texas.
This Notice Is. therefore, given by
publication In The Brownsville Herald
for once a week for four consecutive
week# the last publication being more
than five (8) days before the above
hearing
Witness our hands this the 39th day of
March. A. D 1935
OBOROE C RICHARDSON
W. B CLINT
J. 8 PORD. Special
Commissioner#
S-29-5-13-19-4t-4938
NOTICE OF HEARING ON
CONDEMNATION BEFORE
COMMISSIONERS
THE STATE OF TEXAS'
COUNTY OF CAMERON*
To Brownsville Navigation Dis
trict of Cameron County. Texas.
Mrs Mellie Esperson. Eugenio O
Anguera. Rita Trevino. Eva Garcia
Trevino Anguera, Cameron County.
Texas. Point Isabel Independent
School District; El Jardin Inde
pendent School District. Cameron
County Drainage District No 1.
and All Other Persons Having Any
Interest in the Hereinafter De
scribed Lands:
You and each of you are hereby
notified that on the 3rd day of
May. 1935. at 10 o’clock A. M in
Room 320 of the United States
Postoffice Building, in Brownsville.
Cameron County. Texas, the under
signed Special Commissioners, duly
appointed by the Hon. Thomas M
Kennerly. Judge of the District
Court of the United States for the
Southern District of Texas, to as
sess the damages occasioned by the
condemnation of the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
"Lying and being situated in
Cameron County. Texas, and meted
and bounded as follows:
(First Tract): Beginning at the
intersection of the center line of
the proposed Brownsville Ship
Channel with the East line of
Share No. 6 of the San Martin
Grant in Cameron County. Texas,
said point also being North 31 deg.
09 min. 28 sec. West 300 feet: thence
North 68 deg 50 min 32 sec East
3.469 4 feet from reference monu
ment "H" as set by the Corps of
Engineers of the U S Army; thence
with the East line of said Share
No. 6. North 12 deg 53 min 40 see.
West 252.62 feet; thence on a line
parallel to and 250 feet measured
perpendicularly from the said cen
ter line North 68 deg. 50 min. 32
sec East 1,977 86 feet; thence on
the long chord of a circle with a
radius of 5,479 85 feet North 63 deg.
32 min. 42 sec. East. 1,011.78 xeet;
thence on a line parallel to and
250 feet measured perpendicularly
from the said center line North 58
deg. 14 min. 52 sec. East 26.913.04
fen to a point In the North line of
the San Martin Grant as estab
lished by Martin Hanson; thence
with said North line North 87 deg
29 min. 45 sec. East 51168 feet
same being a point on the said
center line, said point also being
North 89 deg 29 min 31 sec. West
749.5 feet from reference monument
•‘J’*; thence continuing on the same
bearing with the said North line
511.68 feet; thence on the line par
allel to and 250 feet? pleasured per
pendicularly from the said center
line and the center line produced
Westwardly. South 58 deg. 14 min
52 sec. West 28.360 39 feet; thence
on a line parallel to and 250 feet
measured perpendicularly from the
said center line and the center line
produced Eastwardy, South 68 deg.
50 min. 32 sec West 2.604.97 feet to
a point in the said East line in
Share No. 6; thence with said East
line North 12 deg. 53 min. 40 sec.
West 252.62 feet to the place of
beginning, containing 349.9 acres,
more or less, out of Shares 2, 3. 4
and 5 of the San Martin Grant in
Cameron County. Texas."
(Second Tract); “Beginning at
the intersection of the center line
of the proposed Brownsville Ship
Channel with the West line of
Share No. 6 of the San Martin
Grant in Cameron County, Texas,
said point also being North 2 deg.
13 min. S3 sec. West 317.16 feet from
reference monument *1” as set by
the Corps of Engineers of the U.
S. Army; thence with the said
West line of Share No. 6. 8outh
2 deg. 19 min. 40 sec. East 264 14
feet; thence on a line parallel to
and 250 feet measured perpendi
cularly from the said center line.
South 68 deg. 50 min. 32 sec. West
7.184.19 feet to a point in the West
line of Share No. 7 of said Grant;
thence with the said West line of
Share No. 7. North 0 deg. 58 min.
West 532.74 feet; thenoe on a line
parallel to and 250 feet measured
perpendicularly from said center
line North 68 deg. 50 min. 12 sec.
East 7.170.81 feet to a point in the
West line of said Share No. 6;
tbence South 2 deg. 19 min. 40 sec.
East 264.14 feet to the place of be
ginning, containing 63JI acrea,
i
LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT
more or leu. out of Shares No. 7
of the San Martin Orant In Cam
eron County, Texas.’*
(Third Tract): “Beglning at a
point on the North boundary' line
of the Brownsville Ship Channel.
Turning Basin, said point being
South 21 deg. 09 min 28 sec East
90.0 feet from reference monument
•F” as set by the Corps of En
gineers of the U. 8 Army; thence
with the North line of said Turning
Basin North 68 deg. 50 min. 32 sec
East 853.12 feet a North corner of
said Turning Bas:n; thence South
62 deg. 47 min. 28 sec East 48168
feet; thence on a line parallel to
and 250 feet measured perpendi
cularly from said center line North
68 deg. 50 min. 32 sec. East 1419.28
feet to a point on the West line of
Share No. 32 of the Espiritu San
to Grant; thence with said Grant
line South 0 deg 11 min. West 105 78
feet; thence South 0 deg 01 min.
.last at 162.40 feet crossing said
center line and at 430 44 feet the
Southeast corner of the tract here
in described; thence on a line
parallel to and 250 feet measured
perpendicularly from said center
line South 68 deg. 50 min. 32 sec.
West 1225.53 feet; thence with the
line of the Turning Basin South 20
deg. 28 min. 32 sec. West 48168
feet; thence South 68 deg 50 min
32 sec. West 1463 12 feet; thence
North 21 deg 09 min 28 sec. West
1220.00 feet; thence North 68 deg
5 min. 32 sec. East 610 00 feet to the
place of beginning, containing
62.47 acres, more or less, out of
Share No. 31 of the Espiritu Santo
Grant, in Cameron County. Texas;’*
which property is to be used as a
right of way for the construction
of a ship channel under the River
and Harbor Act of July 3. 1930.
Public No. 520. Seventy-first Con
gress. all of which more fully ap
pears from the petition filed by
the United States of America, on
the 27th day of September. 1934. in
a certain cause now pending in the
Brownsville Division of said Dis
trict Court of the United States for
the Southern District of Texas,
styled “United States of America
versus That Certain Parcel of Land.
Et Al .** and Numbered 839 on the
Law Docket of said court, to which
petition reference is here made,
having heretofore duly selected
such time and place for the hear
ing as required by law. will pro
ceed to hear said parties and to act
thereon In the manner directed by
the laws of the United States of
America and the State of Texas.
This Notice is. therefore, given by
l. .blication in The Brownsville
Herald for once a week for four
consecutive weeks, the last publica
tion being more than five (5) days
before the above hearing.
Witness our hands this the 29th
day of March, A. D.. 1935.
GEORGE C. RICHARDSON.
W. B CLINT
J 8 FORD.
Special Commissioners
(3-29-5-12-19—4t—4936» _
~~NOTICE OF HEARING ON
CONDEMNATION BEFORE
COMMISSIONERS
THE 8TATE OP TEXAS)
COUNTY OP CAMERON *
To Brownsville Navigation Dis
trict. Garcia Land and Live Stock
Company. B F Hardin. Tax Col
j lector. Cameron County. Texas, and
all Other Persons Having Any In
terest in the Hereinafter Described
Lands;
You and each of you are hereby
notified that on the 3rd day of
May. 1935. at 11 o'clock A. M in
Room 320. of the United States
Postoffice Building, in BrownsvtHe.
'Cameron County. Texas, the under
signed Special Commissioners, duly
j appointed by the Hon. Thomas M.
Kennerly Judge of the District
Court of the United States for the
Southern District of Texas, to as
sess the damages occasioned by the
condemns ion of the following de
scribed property, to-wit:
"Lving and being situated in
Cameron County. Texas, and meted
and bounded as follows:
•‘Beginning at a point on the
South line of the right of way of
j the proposed Brownsville Ship
Channel, said line being 1320 feet
measured perpendicularly from the
center of said channel, said point
also being South 33 degrees 39 min
utes East 920 feet: thence South
56 degrees 21 minutes West 3927 9
feet from Reference Monument
K”. as set by the Corps of En
gineers. U. S Army: thence North
33 degrees 39 minutes West 1120 0
: feet; thence North 12 degrees 42
minutes East 220143 feet to a point
on the North right of way line of
said channel; thence with the said
; North right of way line South 56
I degrees 21 minutes West 1872 3 feet;
thence 8outh 63 degrees 01 minute
45 seconds West 12 47097 feet;
thence South 58 deg 14 min 52
sec West 3062 71 feet to a point in
the Hanson line of the San Martin
I Grant; thence with said Hanson
line North 87 deg. 29 min. 45 sec.
East 5756 44 feet to a point in the
I said South right of way line; thence
with said South right of way line
North 83 deg 01 min 45 sec. East
10,437 84 feet; thence North 56 deg
21 min East 432 96 feet to the place
of beginning, containing 842 28
acres:
which property is to be used as a
right of way and spoil disposal area
for the construction of a ship chan
nel under the River and Harbor
Act of July 3. 1930. Public No. 520,
Seventy-first Congress, all of which
more fully appears from the peti
tion filed by the United States of
America, on the llth day of April.
1934. in a certain cause now pend
ing in the Brownsville Division of
said District Court of the United
States for the Southern District of
Texas, styled ‘United States of
America versus That Certain Par
cel of Land. Et Al. ” and Number
ed 816 on the Law Docket of said
court, to which petition reference
is here made, having heretofore
duly selected such time and place
for the hearing as required by law,
will proceed to hear said parties
and to act thereon in the manner
directed by the laws of the United
States of America and the State of
Texas.
This Notice is. therefore, given by
publication in The- Brownsville
Herald for once a week for four
consecutive weeks, the last publica
tion being more than five (5) days
before the above heanng.
Witness our hands this the 29th
day of March. A. D. 1935
GEORGE C RICHARDSON,
W B CLINT
J. 8 FORD.
Special Commissi opera
0-29-6-12-19—4t—4937)
ANNOUNCEMENTS
MORRIS LUMBER
COMPANY
N O T I O I
This Is to notify the public that
R. M Kir Wand who was formerly
employed as watchmaker, Is na
longer connected in any capa
city with the Dorfman Jewelry
Store at Brownsville.
Signed: I. DORMAN
6 Personal
NOTICE
The California Perfume Co . pro
ducers of Avon and Perfection
products and sponsors of the Ra
dio program •PRIEND8” over
WOAI. KPRC and other stations,
are desirous of knowing Just how
many users they have In Browns
ville. Therefore, each and every
present or former user of our
products who will send their name
and address immediately to P. O.
Box 55. Brownsville, will receive
something of value to them for
their courtesy. If you would like
to know about our money-mak
ing plan for local Representa
tives. make a note on your card.
8 Travel Opportunities
McALLEN,
REYNOSA BUS
DAILY SCHEDULE
Leaves Leaves
McAllen Reynosa
8:30 a. m. 7:30 a. m.
10 00 a m. 9.00 a m.
12:00 p m. 11:00 a m.
:00 pm. 1:00 p m.
6:00 p m. 8:00 pm..
4 00 p m. 8:00 pm.#
8:00 p m. 7:00 p m.
Special bus from Reynosa Sat
urday and Sunday 10:90 p m.
UNION BUS LINES
Past bonded Buses. Leaving Har
lingen 6:30 a. m and 1p m. daily.
Arrives San Antonio 1:15 p. m and
9:45 p. m San Antonio 13.50—
I las $8 80—Abilene 18 85—Austin
15.10—Chicago 521.15 — St Leeds
517.65 Madison Hotel, phone 401*
Harlingen. Miller Hotel, phone 168*
Brownsville; Cortes Hotel, phone 70,
Weslaco; McAllen, phone 32; flan
Benito, phone 234; Elsa, phooa 1ft.
AUTOMOTIVE
10 Autoa For Salo
Check This List j
Before You Buy v
1934 Chrysler 2-door sedan,
equipped with radio, trunk
and six wheels, has run leu
than 11.000 miles .... 5875.0ft
1934 Plymouth 2-door
Sedan . $550.08
1933 Ford Tudor . 5450.00
1931 Ford Victoria. I wheels
and trunk. 5325.00
1930 Chevrolet Sedan.. 5200.00
1931 Chrysler Coupe ... 5295.00 .
1931 Plymouth Sedan .. 8350.00 4
1929 Packard Sedan .... 1250.00 *
1929 Studebaker Sedan. $350.00
1929 Ford Roadster.... $140 00
1929 Ford Light Truck. $140 00
1929 Buick Sedan . $170.00
1928 Hudson Sedan .... t 75.00
1928 Chevrolet Touring, g 35.00
Brownsville Motor Co.
CHRYSLER - PLYMOUTH
PHONE 427
CHEVROLET DEALER'S
USED CAR
BARGAINS
1927 Cadillac Coupe
1931 Chevrolet Coach
1928 Chevrolet Coach
1929 Ford Tudor
1928 Buick Sedan
Seaman Chevrolet Co.
5th and Elizabeth
PHONE 1111
PHONE 66 PHONE «0
BETTER USED
CARS
MANY FIRST TRADES
1934 Chrysler f, 4-door sedan,
1932 Chevrolet Coupe
1934 Chevrolet Touring fhrlen
1933 Chevrolet 1-door with
trunk.
These can are cOean and W
cheap, look at them today.
Wells Motor Co.
10th and Washington feta.
Buick-Pontiac Dealers
PHONE —FHON1 «
Office of the collector of customs.
Port of Brownsville. Texas, April
5. 1935 Notice Is hereby given that
on April 4. 1935. there was seieed
at this port for violation of Seat.
593 Tariff Act 1930 and Sect. 3063
R. 8 . one Ford coupe, motor No.
A774696. Any one claiming the
above described automobile will
file claim with me within twenty
(20 • days from the date of thle
notice, otherwise l will sell the
automobile at public auction at the
U. 8. Customhouse. Brownsville^
Texas, on Friday. April 36. 1935. at
10 o'clock a. m. Wm Neale. Deputy
Collector^ | H _
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