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El heraldo de Brownsville. [volume] (Brownsville, Tex.) 1934-19??, May 13, 1935, Image 6

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THAT* IT- ,
SIT THERE /
WHY DON'T YOU GO
ONRR TO DIM'S
SEE IF ME NEEDS
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MAYBE YOU CAN TAKE
I CARE OF SOME OF HIS
affairs- he might
fEYEN BE THINKING’
1 ABOUT HIS WlLL
DO SOMETHING
CAN'T YOU ?
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TO FIND FAULT IF YOU
WEREN’T ALWAYS CMAN6WG
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DO
AND WHY SHOULDN’T
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like the water in a
pond- if you dont
change it- it stagnates*
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A BILL OF SALE I DREW UP. FOP,
THE SALE OF YOUP HORSE TO ME \
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" WHEREAS AND TO WIT‘.-FORTH'
SUM OP^'ZOO/I SELL TO 3ACOB
AUGUSTUS HOOPLE;ONE HORSE AND
TRAPPINGS,OUTRIGHT, AND WITH
NO FURTHER CLAIM ON SAID HORSE
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THE LAKE
WITH THE BOAT
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IT TRAPPINGS ^UM
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BRUSHES AND ROBES,
HM-AA ^INDEED !
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^*300 l-BY NOAHS
BEARD,! WILL
OH .VERY
BOTH Vt>U AMD YOUR
FATHER WOULD CLIMB
OVER A MOUWTAIN OF
JUKI*, A MILE HIC3H,
BEFORE YOU'D PUT <JP/
A MAIL, SO YOU COULD.
HAMS THIM6S UP.
WAIT' WAIT'LL
I GET BACk A.
BLOCK ER. TWO, SO
IF I BLIWK MY
EYES,ER SMEEZ.E,
I. VVONJ’T arr BLAMED
FER YOUR 'AIM.
THE \EWFANGLES (Moo'd Pop) — When You Agree, You’re Wrong
By COWAN
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SEVEN YEARS OF MAQQlED
LIFE TUE DEACON AND
HETTY UAVE AGREED
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SUED NEVER ADMIT
tuet SUE WAS WRONG t
TUE WOMAN IS
RIGHT, NINE
TIMES OUT OF
f SUGAO,YOO'QE ONLY NINE
TENTHS QIGUT.'TlL GO
YOU ONE BETTER-TUE
WOMAN IS RIGHT TEN
TIMES OUT OFTEN /
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TO AN AQGUMENT WITH YOUR
WlPE THE SAME AS TWEYS TWO
SIDES TO RyPADEQ. BUT WUO
EVER PICKED OUT TUE BOUT
s»de,tst DOWN ON?
WASH TUBBS — Nobody Want* It
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BRICK BRADFORD—With Brocco the Buccaneer
By WILLIAM RITT and CLARENCE GRAY
BROCCO THE BUCCANEER AND MARTY
CALMLY WATCH AN ARMY BOMBER
ROAR DOWN TOWARD THEM
WHAT IF HE
MISSES,
J2S5JLT
THOSE GUYS
NEVER MLSS/
LET'S JUMP
FOR IT, BOSS/
TOO LATE, BOY/ WE
PLAYED AND LOST —
OUR LIVES/
m
A TRIPLE CHARGE OF BOWS FLASH
TOWARD THEM/ | rlAiH
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FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS — What a
PAPER, MISTER? READ
ALL ABOUT RUFE
PETTIKK5ILL, THE
MAN WHO.
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\ BUSINESS SETTIN
IN OWE OF THOSE
THINGS, AT TOUR
AGE / BEEN
Sellikj' papers
LONG ?
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FDR TWO
YEARS 'TWIN'
TO RAISE
MONEY FOR
A New
WHEEL
CHAIR *
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GET A NEW
WHEEL
CHAIR /
YtXJPE GONNA
GET THAT LEG
FIXED, SO 'ttXJ
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AND I KNOW JUST
THE DOCTOR WHO
CAN FIX IT !
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AGAIN,
AND
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RUN ?
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RADIO PROGRAMS
MONDAY, MAY It (Central and Eastern Standard Tims)
Note: All programs to key and basic chains or groups thereof unless speoi
fled; coast to coast (c to c) designation includes all available stations.
Programs subject to change. P. M. (Daylight time oae how later#
NBC-WEAF NETWORK
BASIC — East: weaf wlw wnI wttc
wjar wia* wcab kyw whio wfbr wrc
wgy vb«n wcae wtam wwj wsal. mid:
ksd wrung well who wow wdaf wkbf
NORTHWEST A CANADIAN — wtmj
wiba katp webc w day kfyr crct cfct
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwrno wia wjax
wfta-wsun wiod wtm wmc wsb wapi
wjax w»mb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kprc
woai ktba ktha wsoc wav* w tar
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kgir k(hl
PACIFIC — kgo kfi k*w komo khq
kfsd klar kgu kpo kex kga kyr kya
Cant. East.
3:30— 4:30—Alica In Orchestralialand
3:45— 4:45—Sam A Dick in Wood*
4:00— 5:00—Congress Speaks to You
4:30— 5:30—Press-Radio Nows Period
4:3S— 5:35—Gallagher A Shean—weaf
4:45— 5:40—Billy A Betty-weaf only
5:00— 5:00—Gould A Shatter, Pianos
5:15— 5:15— Black Chamber, Drama
5:30— 5:30— Easy Aces. Serial Sketch
5:40— 5:40—Uncle Ears Radio Station
5:00— 7:00—Richard Himber Orchest.
5:30— 7:30—Monday Evening Concert
7:00— 3:00—Gypsies Concert Orchest.
7:30— 8:30—Musie at Haydn’s—to cat
8:00— 5:00—Eastman Concert—also c
8:30— 8:30—Max Baer. HDetectiveM
5:00—10:00—Gene Marvey’e Orchestra
•:1S—10:15—Jesse Crawford. Organist
5:30—10:30—Stan Myers A Orchestra
5:45—10:45—The Hooflnghams. Sketch
10:00—11:0O—E. Madriguera Orchestra
10:30—11:30—Leonard Keller Orchestra
CBS-WABC NETWORK
BASIC—East: wabc wade woko wcao
waab wnac wgr wkbw wkrc whk cklw
wdre wcau wjas wean wfbl wspd wjav
wbna; Midweett wbbm wfbm km be
kmox wowo whaa kfab
E AST—wpg whp whec wlbs wfea wore
wicc efrb ckac wlbx wmas
DIXIE—wgst wsfa wbre wqam wdod
klra wrec wlac wdsu wtoc krld wrr
ktrh ktaa waco koma wdbo wbt wdae
wbt# wdbj wwu wrnbf wsjs wmnr
wala ktul kgko wcoa wdne wnox kwkb
MIDWEST — w*l wmt wmbd wisn
wibw kfh wamk wkbn wcco wsbt karj
wnax woe
MOUNTAIN—kvor kls koh ksl
COAST — kbj koin kfre kol kfpy kvi
kfbk kmj kwg kern kdb kf mb kgb
Cent. East.
3:30— 4:30—Jack Armstrong—ea. only
Piano Duo—Dixie: Melodies—west
3:45— 4:4S—Dlok Tracy —basic: The
Cosmopolitans — Dixie; Between
Bookenda—w: Miniatures— midw
4:00— 5:00—Buck Roger*—east; Bea
trice Osgood, Piano—west A Dixie
4:15— 5:15— Bobby Benson—east; Og
—midwest; Judy A Jesters—weat
cent. Ban.
4:30- 6:30-The Muglc Box — wxtoc:
Miniature*—east; Organ — west;!
Jack Armstrong—midwest repeat
4:40— 0:40—Concert Miniatures P-ob
4:50— B:SO—Frees-Radio News Period'
6:00— 0:00—Just Entertainment — s.
Chicago Concert Oreheatra—weal
5:15— 6:15 — Juat Plain Bill — east;
Dance Orchestras—west and r ixlw
6:30— 6:30—O’Neills, Sketch — dB
Guy Hunter—Dixie: Buck P igrroM
midwest rpt; Knicknacks—west f
5:40— 6:40—Bosks Carter’e Comment
6:00— 7tOO—To Be Announced
6:30— 7:30—Kate Smith’s Program
7:00— 8:00—"Public Enemy," Drama
7:30— 6:30—Block A Sully’* Big Show
3:00— 6:00—Wayne King Orch.—to e
6:30— 6:30—The Night Singer—basic;
Orchestras—midwest and Dixie
6:00—10:00—Claude Hopkins Orch set.
6:30—10:30—Art Jarrett’a Orch.—west
9:4S— 10:46— Bill Hogan and Orchestra
10:00—11:00—Blue Monday Jamboree
11:00—12:00— Dance Music—west only
NBC-WJZ NETWORK
BASIC — East: wjs whs-wbsa wbal
wham kdka wgar wjr wlw wsyr wmal
wtll. Mid: wcky wenr wls kwk kwer
koil wren wmaq kso wkbf
NORTHWEST A CANAOIAN — wtraJ
wiba kstp webc wday kfyr erct cfcf
SOUTH — wrva wptf wwne wls wjax
wfla-wsun wlod wsm wmc wsb wap*
wjdx wsmb kvoo wky wfaa wbap kpro
woal ktbs kths wsoc wave
MOUNTAIN—koa kdyl kgir kghl
PACIFIC—kgo ktl kgw komo khq kfsd
ktar kpo kex kfa kgr kya
Cent. East.
3:30— 4:30—The Singing Lady—east
3:45— 4:46—Orphan Annie—east only
4:00— 5:00—U. S. Army Band Concert
4:16— 5:15—Capt. Tim Healy, Stamps
4:30— 5:30—Press-Radio News — ba
sic, The Singing Lady—midw rpt
4:36— 6:36—Three X Sisters, Harmony
4:46— 5:46— Lowell Thomas — east:
Orphan Annie—repeat to midwest
6:00— 4:00—Ames ’n* Andy—east only
5:16— 4:16—Tony A Gus. Serial Skit
5:30— 4:30— Red Davis Serial Sketch
5:46— 6:46—Dangerous Paradise, Skit
6:00— 7:00—The American Adventure
6:30— 7:30—Msredith Wilson Orchea,
7:00— 6:00—Weekly Minstrels Show
7:30— 3:30—Three Act Radio Drama
S.-OO— 6:00—Cuckoo’s Whole Hour
6:00—10:00—Harold Stern Orchestra—
east: Amos *n* Andy—rpt to west
6:16—10:16—Tony A Qua—west rpt.
9:30—10:10—Ink Spots, Nsgro Quartet
6:30—10:36—Jolly Coburn A Orchestra
10:00—11:00—She nder and Hie Violin
10:00—11:06 Manny La Port# Orche*.
10:30—11:30—Bob Chester’s Orchestra
THE BROWNSVILLE
HERALD
43rd Year of Service te the
Rio Grande Valley
Gomi**d 50% Mon Paid Circulation TKaa Anf
Olka- Newspaoer Published ia Ilia
Rio C-'ndo Valley.
Complete Associated Press, NEA And
Central Pre%» Service

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