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Laredo Weekly (Newspaper) - June 8, 1928, Laredo, Texas ONION SPI NACH LIVESTOC HomeTown Published By LAREDO PEOPLE LAREDO Subscription Two Dollars a Year ERCHANTS WAS O THE RTH HIGHEST DER Out Justice VARIABLE WEATHER RECORDED IN LAREDO DURING MONTH MAY fo a promin 6 r J to Have the Texas Railroad Commission I City Depository and Offers to Pay Percent t Been Operating Several i r if ent Operators Who T f Tolial With Hailstorms on May 21 r T rniv Putting all competitors oui member greWltioiw that Say be eScted by I i 1 H I l J 3 J L f In n and monopolizing the LaredoSin Antonio highway for their I in the office o The bids for the city deposi com mission through were opened on Monday Texas Railroad Iat as required by city or t dim r 29 Temperature Ranged from 49 to 104 Degrees Much More Rain in Outlying i f th f t The most variable weather conditions experienced during the month of May in the history of the Laredo section are AMUUa District t ation J r v V V 1 v T r i J frt t or a Mullally and t i 30 attorney Bank h ceeding the late r m M i his F f President Zambrano has been member of the board of direc tors of the Merchants State own selfish appeal to She purpose of the bus lines city secretary by City Secretary shown by the monthly meteorological report issued by Toseoh San Antonio this The sentiment of I r r j F Laredo to this and they I The following bids were sub their opposition known to the Texas Railroad I on daily balances La redo National 3 per cent At a mass meeting of on Monday night at the I ynon Statc Bank Trust f f J mmf V V PA in charge of the Radio Station at Fort Me In recording for the United States Weather II Executive re ffotiv the and fj ction Bobbitt has I i on f b ict one i ofFice of action was iakcn to this purpose and fcnt and Merchants Independent Automobile Operators Association organized Statc Bank Trust Co These bus lines want the T1LC of thc Mer to carry all along the highways outside fhnts Statc Bank of The taxpayers built these highways financial aid was given by any bus con open to the especial ighways before the bus lines n r o Dcsiacs MeBdobit s P 1 cst esteem b m thelii west attire isrpar an r JT I one r h v f if earners used eVer entered this t b j V r I t Trust was were instructed to provide the necessary bond of to become the deposi tory of the city of month of May the wind came from au qua the northwest and and the temperature m a minimum of 49 degrees on May 23 to a maxi mum of 104 degrees on May On May 23 the range of the the morning to 104 degrees in the while on May 27 it ranged from 72 degrees in the morning to 104 degrees inthc On a number of other days the mercury was down as low as 52 degrees in the morning and up to around 90 degrees in the Rainfalls were recorded as follows j r J t P matter of whether or not the independent passen ger carriers will be to continue their business stated Roark 1 r i Texas Rauroa r 1 p V 1 w t f TOM CONNOLLY MADE ADDRESS j I r i r f past post commani n d mahi itt nave one H H J I 1 4 F F J I A ie y h h new Mexican customs is up to to the m i law provides that wheie a driver was be t he is entitled ti a permit to continue but the cpmmissidn has not seen fit to grant these temporary I Candidate for Senate to permits to our If the Commission should rule that J Succeed Earle Mayfield men are not to receive permits there will be about 50 or out of thousands of dol latf in automobile value will not be earning money as it now mm w Spoke Monday Although only fair these are homeowners 111 Laredo and otherl crowd was on hand to hear ation requiring all towns and are lavyabiding entitled to the qpening address of the t j h A brokers haiiclli mg business into L maintain a same con ion any other bus r campaign during the past month May from to May from 2 and all that May most of May all May from to 030 Total precipitation for month of Heavy hail was recorded May and light hail on May The report shows that during the month of May there were 14 clear 11 cloudy days and six partly cloudy While the meteorological report issued at Fort Mclntosh covers only the data for the city of Laredo and the military nevertheless measurements of the rainfall kept by indi duals both to the eastward and northward of Laredo show a sized I rainfa11 10 to 11 indicating that the out lying country more rain during the month than was recorded fro ritithe local The heavy rainfall recorded on May 12 elided onlv a v f i t m Laredo f question was also raifed by the attorneys for the I delivered by Congressman Tom I mtles ffom but to flicnii were not American Connolly at the district court J on that date was reported from 8 to 9 on tnc Mexican side of be licenseaiani is well known that Mexican citizens are entitled to a placed wijlbe put 11J room on Monday the t i i r i N n on under bonds of J the business protection that any one else in this country and j candidate for the United States into I except and hold senate to succeed Senator Earle Tt is annpunc J j I V i in tif f T r J H H l This which also requires t m at emoloyes or the customs JP9P emp be required to of Mexico been the Automobile of influential 0 Mr Roark Mid The r I Laredo season amounts to a gpne mto L I wis ei m another te help of the Chamber of Mayfield made a good impres rs and a mini sion on t On Tuesday who s one CONVICT MADE SURVEYING Bruni and cssman of the HIS GETAWAY NEW ROADWAY Juiievlv June extension I attorneys been employed to look j ablest orators in call R Wardi fed of promin Urcdo Chambers and of San Antonio ent citizens of Laredo and got and Kerchevilleand I and left 1 i unui Roberto Rafael Molina Made I Road His Escape from Mercy L f Hospital Wednesday i t J itions LPH r j FiT otners cotton picking I o Y T ij and of the American OIK is i can iMwvo La th i n there I I 1 V r i From Mirando to New 1 Being on the forenoon bus for the north This was the first e campaign of Ip28 nere April 23 on a charge j Pen n and the members of the or theft of an and councy Who was taken io Mercy Hos1 over of th ered in there will be others as this is a big campaign RobemrRafael given I Prompt action followed the two years in the pen in district visit of County Judge 1 I F provisions of the V L of TooU Give Work to Many Men in Laredo Oil a Greater Point Than for a Booming commissioners court r i tfie roadway pita for an operation from Mirando City south a escaped from the hospital Weddistance of aBoUrtwelve miles nesday night at 11 He to the new Las Albercas Field was under guard of On Monday oT Ihis week i H I H 1 t sales the but had gone small adjoining room and County Engineer Huff man and a force of to a escaped from there V r i H t welli in the new field in the Permits for Six Some With Total Value attention wjth oil men coming into Laredo every day to take a i f v ldj n a the Laredo oil district attracting more and t DAWSON th AFFIRMED William Marks 6 the with the is the west side exten1 big homebuilders of fieia ft Webb County where one flowing welt wai continue the work of and building the new roadwav handsome under Y Man Convicted Transport men began e work of surveying and stak ing off the proposed new road way and have their report ready for the commissioners court one next It is probable that within the next week or so work of grading olia and Cole Petroleum has two wells ready I mg on to good starts it begl considerable development with the district ck to normal after more than a year of h i I b i i IT in this They are building become evident I Copies tjiat range in value all the way from to and the buildings are of types ed in Court of The case of E with m f W I d j Veidi the activities many men are being put to work I that are of types that are popu in all sections of the counyear at the F of Webb County is beginning weight ofIain inwraied jtry the Magnolia Petroleum 1 Valdez in On NEW HIGHWAY IS TO TRAFFIC i the i i 500 Tuesday morning in the extension of the Cok fieli Marks concern secured building daily Harry Pansier of permits from City Secretary Garcia for six new homes i 192ft j M 11 of tools at work in ttt district and of I with total valuation of foilowm i the case was earn V H I j t jjV As u taket about per day These some of i itrinir of Uooli it will be Mn that consiacr which are already in course of court i H i m I were the follow S i was the n i rf i Imnuu William Marfcs brick M ij Hi rl m r f4 m If a v ssmfl tf rfe i tK i into the of workmen week to come in Howing by hitting the Petroleum 2 half mile to the southeast for I Lots I and the Halliburton J Block 783 on Lane street showing of Division of La of oil hit the crown block wkh an estimated flow Lot 3 and East UK the now making between 500 and of Lot No Block i r K V on Galveston street in Eastern Division of Laremg transporting m and given one of district was affirmed by the court of criminal appeals j Total of 23 Miles WebbTloun After his convic Dawson made which which ied on appeal I about of the paved ot criminal from Laredo eastward to ward the Duval county line is LI i ILW inow to traffic and Marts more detours are in1 over that Within a short time it is ex tys New Paved Highway to East Twentythree or just pca e Penney Wednesday iday this when no necessary h iP01W t KM V V d pccted the State Highway Corrt the at noon for the mission wiUcall for bids on the the day and the next iJoy a halfday va each 9ye iV I X JSsKfP V iL r 1 r i 4 r f b XI v isaf LVV f I ii J U IF VI I V l II S I 3h M lv fJ tfipiitf jJ I Fl 1 kM i II 1 w IrlJJ flttifl i 4 iftw projMtion on I one This third section will be of a grade of Paving as the cpRjmission will continue dur ers court have protested against months ot June and any change to a cheaper grade of paving fox Webb TL I l f1 i Ahs highway when comblet It ts announced that the will be of Lot Block I NoT on street in AC Extern piyision of Laredo I gctld Union brick veneer i Nosf 5 and win be the 1 paved ty in as best kind of stretch o f the T r 1 stern Division H F J VV n r P J n Ml i 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