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Advocate (Newspaper) - May 2, 1933, Victoria, Texas TT MAY BE YOUR EYES WMT Correct DR JACK KAHN OPTOMETRIST 233 for Appointment 509 Welder VICTORIA ADVOCATE FOR AND GAS STOVES Id Holland Co IW CM H French FIRST VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY SECOND SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL VOLUME 35 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE TUESDAY MAY 2 1933 96.00 ftt NUMBER 209 Timely Topics It requires a good strong man to say I was mistaken and am sorry A weak man hesitates and often fails to do the riant FOLLOWING health given by a tor of a church to his congregation might provo ing reading to some of us hero in Victoria County they 1 your parents by ing a thorough physical tion every birthday for an of prevention is worth a ton of cure RELIEF MEASURE LOSES IN SENATE U S COURT ENDS TERM HERE WHEN CASES CONTINUED M TT State Pro Repeal Fails of Required Majority STUTE The United Slater District Court which convened hero for tho first time in months a I 10 o'clock Honor your friends by taking adjourned ruptly fur the term at four o'clock thai whon attorneys in all con lusted criminal and civil cases requested continuances Tito court had intended to try a ber of these cases and with this H daily hath for cleanliness Is pail of godliness u Honor your family by having your lUe insured for life guarantees the cooperation of the insurer in of tho life of the insured your patent medicines for the most of these nostrums are bugs 5 Honor your stomach by bavins your carefully examined by a dentist at regular intervals for bad teeth sire in abomination to the system Honor your digestion by bo- ing careful o-f your diet for many a man digs his grave with his teeth 7 Honor your lungs by ing fresh air for ventilation a means of grace 8 Honor your nerves by ing plenty of rest in sleep for they who work all day and play all promote the brevity of their lives by burning the candle tt both ends 9 Honor your country by ing the laws for it is a of good citizenship to obey a law whether one likes it or not 10 Honor your Clod by chastity in word thought and deed for race that wishes eternity must exalt maternity Congressional Redistricting Agreement Reached IS intention in view u petit jury was j impanelled The court disposed of a number of liquor cases on pleas of guilty tried a number of alien cases and granted applications for j In addition to liquor cases previously reported Pancho mora Cantu Carlos r i i i n i i and were tO Vote tea need to thirteen months each in the Federal Prison at worth Kans and had their suspended during their good behavior for five years Henry Jumna also charged with a liquor offense received a six months j pended jail term I Inez Chavez i Pedro Campos and calixtro i were convicted of unlawfully enter ing the United Slates and were ordered deported to Mexico World's Largest Blimp Aloft VACATION is just around corner for ihc hundreds of of school children col- lege students and teachers Alter a session of hard work a little period of rest and tion is deserved and appreciated by all of them il be fine if in all cations in life there could be ar- ranged a vacation like hat of school children and teachers pay all the twelve Too many men and women grind start to finish of their and stop only at the final heartbeat Sooner or later in the progress of the world leisure time will be available for the man and woman What will be done with this spare Arts wo pre- paring ourselves to on joy leisure in a healthful mid helpful LITTLE BUSINESS TRANSACTED BY P 0 II M P I I I W Ull I U U U N U I L vol on Repeal of State Mobbed Judge House and Senate tee Agrees on Congres- LACKS Amendment for Repeal Same Date as Beer tion Also Defeated The city Council no at its regular weekly in eel ing last nit hi I ing of a number of billn and Inr an division of tho insurance on the city I hull among five instead of Four local agents with the a Id il ion of J I Pool Jr Tin other agents receiving a share of this aiv I L M Stevens J K and tho I Insurance Company CALF STOLEN AFTER BEING KILLED ON OWNER'S PREMISES FIREMEN ANSWER ALARMS FOR BARN AND AUTO BLAZES A bold robbery u station in j burns of this city some j day when a call was stolen from his cow lot after its throat bad been cut officers traced three men leading into a nil from I I ho loi to highway The AUSTIN Tex May Kur the second time the House to day refused lo submit to the o pie a constitutional amendment pealing constitutional and substituting hx ti option The amendment if n I ion by ver Moore of Houston got on final passage nr voles less than the required for submission Prior o vote on final sage t Mouse refused to adopt an amendment which would have made the election dale August the date vote on beer will be taken The adoption nl menl would amend Hit as lo raise the o Ico of be one lo per cenl The failure of the I In her element for the first time the U S Army airship i just after she took off on her trial flight from Akron Ohio The is largest airship in the United States having a gas capacity of cubic feet She is feet long Inset is Ala jo r W JS Kepner commander of the blimp TEXAS HOOSE VOTES TO REJECT SALES TAX BY VOTE an re- will continue jt in in Texas for at least two more years er the is in meantime or not as the stale will 1.0 await thn of I IK Legislature at ils lar in ent Legislature reverses its action before tin end of its present sion as constitutional amendments cannot bo except at ular of the MAN KILLED IN AUTO COLLISION The Fire Department responded 1 surveillance i followed two recently i lo two firo today One WHS j tlf filling station j rj by u fire ot of suspects at the residence burn of A C at Street at a in The other alarm was turned when Alfred Post's caught fire while he was i traveling down Kasl Santa Street about i p m Ho stopped I car In front of home and extinguished tho with t a length of garden hose he had In i his car attached to some hose on IN ACCIDENT MAY BE INJURED FOR LIFE a hydrant in the yard Mr Post ii local building had almost reached Iho Mrs Jus Slange the wife of well known young farmer residing a few miles southwest of city one of eight persons injured in I wo automobile accidents on Texas May HJ ni identified as Dudley was in a tuary Saturday night while counly officers conducted an investigation into an aulo collision on t he Kasl road at Little York in which i he man wits injured lally and Joe Trapolino bile mechanic was hurl AUSTIN May House of the Texas Legislature Monday voted 73 to 51 against ing a to levy a sales tax The was brought before the House on the suspension of Representative Harold Kay ton of San Antonio its author ton said lie would make another effort to have the ed although the chances of its being passed were generally re- as doubtful It proposed to a tax of 2 per cent on sales of all com- except food Kayton said the was dead unless the house permitted it to be taken up out of order It would be impossible for the to be reached on the regular endar in the remaining days of the session because of its high number he said REYNOLDS BABY TO GET TWO MILLION BY COURT DECISION SUBJECT OF LONG FIGHT Galveston Placed in This District and Three New Districts Created Tex April a ical center for the and lures has imon agreed i free conference I he House and SUSPECT IN CHILD SLAYING ARRESTED N tl May Wilson Warlick in ty superior announced late Monday he would give formal proval in an agreement whereby estate of tho late Smith would by used to establish a charitable ion after is divided equally between his two-year-old Anne Cannon and her half-brother the infant of Hohnan Key HIM an noun cc mad ft when he denied the Bank and Trust Com- pany seeking to its ian Airs Annie Cannon to join it in what it termed its to protect rights of Annie The sought to have i void an agreement by which mother now Mrs Smith of waived her and it ft fo the U lic tobacco fortune for Jii the lime she divorced young Reynolds in Heno three new that wan i van wing t he census will go to Kasf Texas Centra I and West The recent death of mun Clay Stune nf in with I ho elevation of District Judge Charles C of Lemars la who from his court by a mob of farmers who choked him with a rope in o in- duce him to swear lie would sicti no in ore farm the judge refused they told him to iray before they hung him His prayer asking for nil moli and he was thn tin ECONOMY POLICY OF an i been objecting isl rifling plan any incumbent con- n he same district of luck of liun Texas now has thai were from tlir state at largo They am Representatives J W Jr Terrell and P SAVING FO The Jury County Cc veiled here term unit hilled HI and probably will r until the latter pa judging from the point opposite the way No 128 near town early where he Is erecting a home for Mr and Loon Grossman when ho discovered Mane He had the hose In his car for in to be conveyed from the Victoria building Ihc concrete foundation I Hospital to her home in tho SOUTHWESTERN LIFE INSURANCE MAN NOW LOCATED IN CITY hood of tho car to a height of ton or twelve foot before they were ex- They uro believed to been caused by a short day morning had hor right leg of ly crushed at knee an x-ray tho southwestern Life Insurance examination revealed Sho was able company of Dallas nnd family are now making home In this city located at Street Mr Purdy has the territory He has been employed by I h Is com pa ny for a number of years formerly being located at Texas KANSAS CITY Kan May here were Informs Monday thai a man who answered the description of seen near Iho scene of the ing of April 20 had been arrested at Kan April on u diargo of at- templing attack a child Tin man described ville as mentally petent Officers from Kansas city were prepared to no to Belleville to question the suspect noon bul she will be confined to her hod for six or eight months physicians said and It Is doubtful whether she will over tho full of the limb Knst fair night Wednesday partly cloudy lo cloudy West cloudy night Wednesday partly cloudy ELKOWITZ SISTERS AND ON ROTARY PROGRAM Sweet music by the Sisters melody irio and H unique program of put on by 10 W Conway secretary of V C A was ing today for members of the la ry Club at the regular weekly period U T WHS the program chairman Secretary Con way staged several contests among peanut ching balloon blowing feather and I blowing and others Practically every member of club look part n one or more of the foals ached by of the new West Texas district Mason tho center of the new Central as d is I rid ami Comity will he in 1 OIL DIES FROM INJURIES IN EXPLOSION OF GAS Senate Refuses to Submit Proposed Constitutional Amendment FAILS BY THREE VOTES Unless Legislature Acts as Will Receive No ther Federal Aid AUSTIN Tex April The Texas Senate today refused to submit to the people the proposed constitutional amendment for a state bond issue for tho relief of the unemployed The voto on the measure was IS lu H lucked three votes of receiving tho two-thirds majority to submit i il H in end in en L to IL vote of thu A bitter attack was launched against the resolution yesterday when il was engrossed Lawrence state di- rector of relief has Informed tho county that no mom funds will Texas by i ho Finance Cor- for relief work until bond issue is submitted to tin electorate since the state Is in no condition to make a direct to match these funds Halt a billion dollars for relief is soon to be distributed among Urn states by Hie Federal Government 1 on the basis of one dollar for evc-ry expended by the states under what is known us the Wagner but unless it makes provision to j it Texas will receive i of this money until after October 1 when whatever portion of Iho might remain will be equally distributed among the states without any re- strictions The chances though that the remaining amount will be very small if It Is anything at all II tho Legislature provides no state relief funds and thereby de- prives Texas of further I relief funds each community will havn to take care of its own and jobless people ever most communities have been doing that for the past two or more and no more local funds available while many citizens have boon pro vet ing funds have already limit of their ability to PRISONERS TAKEN FROM VICTORIA TO CORPUS TRADE UNIONS IN GERMANY ABOLISHED BY HITLER REGIME BERLIN May Hitler Government abolished Germany's Socialist unions today arrested their leaders seized their offices and ed Nazi workers societies in their place MANY WOUNDED IN CUBAN REVOLUTION bet worn troops at Jim according to n San The fight inn was mi resumption of revolutionaries the President gu I Hubble Hurshal lj O'Neal and Russell all naid to be residents of the Lower Kio Grande Valley held in jail here on narcotic charges were con to Corpus today by Deputy United States Marshal to appear before Unx il Grand Jury there men wero arrested at and aro alleged to been peddling morphine then They givon hearings bo fort soon their the action of tho Gruml Jury Hubble's bond was fixed ut and of O'Neal and ul Arrested with them was Mrs May about SS said to I be from Bonito A bond ot 1 was made for hor It Kigon reported to be her husband
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