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Advocate (Newspaper) - March 22, 1933, Victoria, Texas It MAY BE YOUR EYES WMT Cornet OR JACK KAHN OPTOMETRIST Phone 233 for Appointment 509 Welder VICTORIA ADVOCATE FOR AND GAS STOVES SCI Holland Furniture Co MOM GMI H French FIRST VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY SECOND SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL VOLUME 35 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON MARCH 22 1933 NUMBER 176 Timely Topics Truth forever on the forever on the PETULANT mill older wives in ii huff to so buck to mother Tho word mother the security ami comfort null right now ninny of the people of this country are Koins hack to old Mother Just a short while hack I he farm lost Its for lots of people but mint mill troubled minds make many moru want to tako back on old Mother Earth FOOIt SUIT SENT BACK FOR TRIAL K M K K H X K H NEW IT T Q A A i D i T n WILL SAVE jU Acts to Aid Persecuted Jews in Germany TEXAS K M M M M M AUSTIN Tex March shroud of darkness Umt has robbed Texas of In tax yearly and development a tremendous racket in Texas Awaits Action at Austin on 3.2 Beer been turn zinc published In the interests of commercial foodstuff thinks thern food producers are rapidly I b-v KUK nn important for ax enforcement hnv in lie opinion South The de- pression start Ml t movement likely to dec reuse tho dependence of on outside of supplies of food for both man and animals It is estimated that about III per emit of tin supply of fruits vegetables and moats in tho Southeast in was in Unit section mately 5 per cent of tlie animal feed requirements also was cally grown last year comparing with Jij per in period WIO WEKK friend in a nearby town by We Hindu some about liim our friend said deserves a of credit ftir tiling he has tried to do For years lie has looked just like thai He bas worked early and late just to make a living for his family md bills paid II has not been erfsy Some tiines he haw bait fn put off until tlie next mouth Through some slip up in the natural of things he has JIBE of elosu observers at the The passed by both bouses was signed the Governor day it becomes effective ately as an emergency measure and repeals all previous tion on the subject The now law makes deliberate evasion of the gasoline tax a jail sentences nt from one to six with fines of from to months and penitentiary up to two years II creates a motor fuel tax ion under the stale with two lawyers and a full force of auditors chemists CONSULS INSTRUCTED In Unique Marital 1 angle Eight are Jews and Amnesty Act Thwarts Punishment Sought by U S rif American Representatives pay them Their are jn Germany Told to Re- port Persecutions WASHINGTON March The new law sets a chemical for gasoline Provisions f the law dealing with ture transportation and it- cause of are as of the Jewish race as possible Complete hinds The American in Merlin received to j every American i j records lie from the run of crude oil un- til gasoline into a nover been what you would call an be Germany to inn lie a report ou j efficient man Me is conscious of his inability but this has never him lie has continued to work and do I In- he Knew HEARNE MAN MILS WIFE SON AND SELF IN FIT OF MADNESS travel or own a home as as he would like hut be lias paid his way The words paid his way remained with us how after alt the fellow who pays his has done a job lie has not suffered tlie humiliation of jailing on the Salvation Army or tlie Red Cross or the Com- missioners fur help that some other man has earned He bas paid his A MAX who not lone ion a I any t Hooks in IKS also oilier commonly put with gasoline and retailers may be cheeked lo see if sold such ury fur one tri keep a after it three alleged of Jews limes there to be a rule for I1 i sun of and Samuel Price of Philadelphia and won his Mrs Justine and her times via tho divorce Not only that but lie was held in bail on a statutory offense charged by the HINDENBURG'S ACTION THWARTS March ex-wife who is shown in court FAMILIES IMPLORE ACTION DEFERRED tli lax evasion by which a mixes tax-free fluids with gasoline and lax on the amount j The old familiar answer of lXl don't know to official is now outlined The records must alleged Nazi storm troopers who RUSSIAN MINERS TO END HUNGER today The chief ive charges the Nazis and Mardi who prior to ON PETITION FOR BAND TAX VOTE Cily Council at its deferred action on a livery must tho iu lux from tho Milll the or Unit n Ills tacked were own conclusions And every dealer i miners under lo strilo must allow Iho mime of MURDERED JEW'S BODY MIC third Iho lux I DEPOSITED AT CEMETERY j from 111 trucks anil nil LONDON SI a r c- h of Ihoy j other that transport motor or in s i must In ready ul nil limes lo Semitic in in- who Neil Ants that Io most ple It represent a fortune for life The re- of the estate however has done little else since his Kood for- came his way taxes lie worries more over the luxes he has lo pay than a manifest lypo Jewish has heen di- folks we know who do not of his rarKo its origin al entrance of liave worry and the of lax semee in Merlin linv and their of j I addition every dealer must been received from wish and record of liny truck KI us wo listened lo him the other day port of a municipal hand the new ill April Tire flection ho called for same dale cily I Tex IS I shot and killed his wife and son then took own life ai his home hero Tuesday in ii fit of Mrs through New Beverage Will Go ran from the Sale in Many States on April 7 TEXAS MAY GET State Supreme Court turns Case for Trial 1 in District Court was slain first also was shot through and his nil Karl hy lo his father hade Legislature Has Only to Amend Dean Act to Change Alcoholic Content i hut WASHNGTON March I Mi thirteen head and was dead experiment with bone dry when arrived A came to an end today was to have when President Roosevelt signed saved her life hy to the a legalizing 3.2 per cent beer i hen Fifteen days from new beverage will go on a sale in almost half of the states j on a chair in lie it of the union Approximately clip empty and a similar American citizens will i of beside be affected The between and REFUSES WRIT OF ERROR Upholds Decision of Court of Civil Appeals at San Antonio j Tex March of Fooshee I engineers against the City of Victoria for an alleged debt oi on a street improvement con- must be tried in the District Court The Stale Court today refused a writ of error iu the in effect upholding tlie or the Third Court of Civil Appeals at San Antonio which ordered a trial the ease A general to the tiff's petition was sustained h the County District Court and Uie decision of the Supreme Court means thai tho case will tried in the District Court ou its merits in revenue will be obtained by the law t unpie hy six ers and one ar werr leM in TO RELEASE PRISONERS from FOR BEER VIOLATIONS j Knuse Inul spent in Maxell in his way has asked home Jhe slopped al Mi linnie or a Attorney for an where his wile release of shr homo prisoners now in him 10 prisons fur of Hiie she would iii I TWO COWS KILLED BY LIGHTENING AT NURSERY SUNDAY owned by County W K hy in liLs storm he il one of tho near and cnu twenty of tli a four IIP tons have niTU of h n LI IT a BONO IS REDUCED BY CITY COUNCIL HEARING MONDAY NIGHT ON AMENDING TEXAS LAW j that the Uix hits boon the that fur tl paid iruck driver must past a body of a nu thai his good fortune is not a him motor fuel j The Texas Good burial In the merely increased his burden and out today the fact that Ilia worries Instead of j every peace in Texas Is em- i T Tri nT peace and to him it j lo stop and Investigate Til All I worry and I j any carrier mid them to do I UW I IU njl is Ills peace of mind be so Only by and i Tfl DCI he has lo pay taxes Mosl hy public can I IU folks would have less and j be for tin tlm lo enjoy il than motorists for schools MUK I be with j for fill CLEANUP WEEK TO BE OBSERVED HERE slons Hint rob of peace j county bonds Iho j mid content mid apoll j said L March lion mill rob night of for tho morlKaKe THEO SIMON DIES AT HOME IN GUERO i Iii Ii i hy ihr from j SI al c will nl April In iu ils of like to make of Ilie sehools and j look al a salary as all it of how small If Is Ill many school boon eni In two Hun pay has mil reduced more Ion per Mini Oilier are us fair III tho f as he ary heol rill the hoard has lieen cut In rim Record Iho of ul dial city Mr Simon formerly in County the of Ids county but IK Ilvod In for llu in Ity I i i and small owner I on j It WHS at Mir Will I u Mint Hut Iran of thn now this re- J would lit liy M on ilu y lit Hut council until i iin front thn is con his a by and properly I by lo levy i lax not half a mill on of for of This amount lo f nn or on i lie INFLICTED BY SON lo 1111 Ohio Jk A Iu a I today ol by His i sou NOMINATION OF PUBLISHER ACTED UPON FAVORABLY WASHINGTON March II AV and ami Must Bolder boy told police In- shot liis j of daughters Airs partly and rather lu was bum hill li House shall have cent is j is only i H iias i i pay mi I BLACKERT AND FAVOR BEER FOR TEXAS b T i ol in i days Hi was lo Art o NEAR BERTRAM TEX Mr Mr Sunday Ibis ami in in in MIC ibis was any of i he i a such and rat fu it I if ii would In- advisable to send a They killed ilii ami lo j round in cd lic on would lie by cad ol i J bv a majority itt and he was smv that it umild only in ii least voted Iff of ji i el in fool hi i I hr Miakos In- was heartily in Infer of iroin two he and would o Nod and Kvn Klimm J West Texas cloudy and Ills j 10 llin of people of over live ami Kf j Mrn coolor not i by ilie they mon a short Mine ugo 1 fair I iiwihiHl boy j to LEGAL BEER Page i bad broken Today's Grapevine from Lape Morris Opinions differ as to whether our will let us have legal beer now along with most of the people of the country or make us wait several years un- til the iSth Amendment is re- pealed Only a simple ity of the two branches of the Legislature Is necessary to complish th'S most desired re suit The dry provision of the constitution of Texas like that of the United States merely hibits intoxicating liquors It necessary for the ture to pass a putting this provision of the constitution effect and this law is known it Act which like original national prohibition en- forcement law or Volstead Act limits the alcoholic content of legal beverages to one-half of one per Congress has now amended the Volstead Acf by changing the alcoholic con tent to 3.2 per cent and our Legislature can do the sain thing with respect to the Dean Act It is simply a question of whether we want legal and wholesome beer or illegal and unwholesome beer By the we would help to bring about a revival of ness md provide the state with much needed revenue But if we don't adopt this course now we will be compelled to dc so eventually especially by the tion of more and kss bigoted border states au happened in the CAM of tho bank holiday
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