Valley Morning Star (Harlingen, TX) - SUnday December 5, 1948

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Valley Morning Star (Harlingen, TX) - SUnday December 5, 1948 - VAILEY MORNING STAR, HARLINOiN, TEXAS Three Die...
VAILEY MORNING STAR, HARLINOiN, TEXAS Three Die As Plane Crashes Near Houston interest In Water Problems Cities Of Valley Revive Thier Royal LONDON one day rule royal court (Continued from Page One) a condensed version of it from an of Buckingham Grande City and San Juan. The unimpeachable authority El Paso's nurses situation has been changed consid- application for a permit to appro- Members erably since then but no accurate priate 27,000 acre-feet per annum roval miles north of Houston Deoutv sheriffs identified the officials, quite obviously, among all parties concerned m ed son who as Mr and Mr« Sterlin» all possible support New Mexico and in Texas above old Sunday. Wooten and T P Rohannan rom Valley s cities to help in Fort Quitman. The boy nilnt «ll’nf Ahilpni’ * pushing through the state legisla- Part Return Flow 10 ounces, nisnatrh^r TirtimiP Wnm«rk nf ^ special bill to establish prioi Part of the waters proposed id when he " water rights for those lands using be diverted will consist of return nursemaid. ""1^ water on or before Nov. g, 1945, flows of the Rio Grande Valley In describes throuEh oaoers found in the"*''" southern ^ew M^ico and m the pr^ce. tnrougn papers louna in the j^to effect. upper part of El Paso county, and The most a d^uirhtpr nf Another problem on which W’CA of certain storm waters onginat- nurser>' is ^vnnt^ns «rtAninr seeking all possible aid was mg m the arroyos below Caballo cess ‘ whereby over- Dam , ÍI: from Amiene that the tmrd development of water - requiring Whatever the outcome of the in the aPPHcation it^s a sure bet th^at the Margaret «a ^ ^ halted. (After Falcon Dam has interests of the Lower Rio Grande the Wooten 39. was president of the ^een completed the esli- Valley will not be affected. Though often with Grocer company of Abi- „^ated volume the Valley can ex— a strong protest for the sake of the I^uchess .'The Wooten properties in- p^ct is enough to irrigate 580,000 possible self-protection is never their ui- . acres. And, unofficial but care- out of line, from the Lower Val- The most Abilene, the ooten Invest- fully-made calculations at present ley’s viewpoint. the palace ment company and the Roscoe, show there are 882,000 cultivated Neglibile Fart acres requiring irrigation supplies. The distance between El Paso’s gnVdW 7n7paclfi“c'ralVway'. in Experienced Pilot WCA officials also were looking proposed diversion and the Lower Winner Bohannan, 47. was co-ouTier of for co-operation from municipal Valley is between 1100 and 1200 three Abilene iaxicah companies officials in perfecting methods to miles by river and many diversions A « pilot with more safeguard supplies for domestic* exist in betw-een. For all practical LOniCil 1* than 3 000 hours flvlne time to his ^consumption during the dry davs theiefore, the water »n«;Tnv "““rs ti.ung time to pis / f ■ ■ passing port Quitman forms onlv :_ BOSTON_ t"»" «»urs ,,ymg time to p,s passing'Fort Quitman forms o”niy:_BG«TOX soon. a negligible part, if any, of the ^«turday saying her father had been in »ack to El Faso s plea and ^.PPly of the Lower Rio Grande Galveston about a month receiv. ^ So‘there it is verb.itim‘.h* ing treatment at a hospital and his mother; three sisters Mrs. possible re- that her mother joined him there Charles C. Mitchell of Fort \%orth: ^ desires and in- G. Nov. 24. Mrs. George W. Parker of No- tentions. It comes to you directly credit ' ^ Womack quoted Miss Wooten as Witnesses .«»aid the plane crash- gales, Ariz., and Mrs. Anna a man who knows, to the ed about a half mile ea.*»t of Hum- Wooten Jones of Abilene, and a extent that any many could know jackpot m ble road and 10 miles north of the brother, Horace W. Wooten of exactly what’s going on along thé VVoodbrid^e Houston city limits. San Antonio. pao Grande. 29 Witnesses' said the plane ex- Mrs. Wooten’s .survivors include And, still and all, a timely pro- entries ploded and caught fire before it her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. test against the dubious designs of 85 when 92- hit the ground. Amyx, fonnerly of Abilene and outsiders is always quite in order. 'The Deputies said all bodies were now of Mission, and two brothers. ‘ the contest and ters, Barbara. 14, and Ann. 16. tor. He was a prominent amateur totaled $709.621,000 during the past was badly burned, one practically be- Hurst Amyx of Tucson, Ariz., and TO FLV TO MEXICO closest yond recognition. Charles Amyx of Mi.‘?sion. WINDOM, Kas. The Kansas of the Wooten was the former Bohannan operated a flying flying farmers will gather at La- tial vote. Georgianna Amyx of Abilene, school during World War II and redo, on Jan. 14, to start a flying land’s total are They were married March 16, was a civilian pilot* training in- vacation into Mexico. mm 1931. structor. For a number of years __ Each of he They are survived by two daugh- he was an independent oil opera- Fire losses in the United States on an Wooten’s other jiurvivors Include golfer. 12 months. required,

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