The Brownsville Herald (Brownsville, Tex.), Vol. 42, No. 131, Ed. 1 Sunday, December 10, 1933 Page: 8 of 24

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To the people of Brownsville and the port leaders
for their splendid victory—for making Brownsville a port
W« wish to extend our sincerest thanks our deepest
appreciation for the years of patient work frequently in
the face of opposition and obstacles which brought the
port to Brownsville.
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To Vice President Garner to every one of the voters
in the Brownsville Navigation District who backed this
project and to all others who have worked tor it year in
and year out goes the credit.
A city whose people have foresight We hereby express mr appre-
and courage combined is a city that elation to our people and their leaders
must go forward. for having those qualities. _
The Mecca Cafe Gonzales Furniture and Mattress Co. International Iron Work*
Serve (J Beet lCil 14th St. Clyde Thorp. I»r p.
Miller Radio Shop Hayden Hays Mason Transfer Co.
Philro—The Mimical Instrument Electric and Plumbing Prompt Service
Sherwin-Williams Paint Co. J. C. Penney Co. Inc. Patteson Motor Co.
Paints — Varnishes — Brashes Drpartment Store Eord Cars — sen r
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Bishop Print Shop American Cleaners & Dyers The Style Shop Spikes Meat Market
Where Printing is an Art 1041 Washington Mr*. I Noriega A Sister Market Square
Hargis Electric Shop Star Electric Co. The White Kitchen Vines Furniture Co. The Texas Cafe
836 Elizabeth St. 956 Elizabeth St. Immaculate Service Home Furnishers Eats — Service — Beer
City Cash Grocery Covacevich Supply Co. Manautou’s Brownsville Tailors Brownsville Ice Co. Brownsville Title Co.
J. R. Guerra Million Article Store Department Store & Cleaners Prompt Sendee 1134 Madison
Frontier Lumber Co. Fidelity Products Co. The Fashion Inc. Harry’s Auto Repairs Hargrove’s Eagle Pharmacy Inc.
Building Material Clarence Ragan. Mgr. Men** Wear — Sam and Leon Dependable Service Books — Stationery — Toys Drugs and sundries
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