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   Kerrville Mountain Sun (Newspaper) - August 31, 1933, Kerrville, Texas                                PAGE TEN KERRVILLE MOUNTAIN SUN KERRVILLE TEXAS AUGUST 31 1933 DingDong goes the bell on F R E E Rugby Football with each S2 purchase of School supplies hurrying children crowd into thoir seats for the first day of school Everything in readi ness for them here Note Erasers Pens and Pencils School Bags and every other need for the school room can be obtained here at lowest prices For an extmple Library Paste Tube or bottle 5c Cedar Pencils each Ic ROCK DRUG STORE Phone 60 Prompty Delivery Service WK FILL ANY DOCTORS PRESCRIPTION COUNTY VOTERS ROLL UP j collector upon the filing of pcti MARGIN OF TO 1 lion as required in the original li I cense The nercwal license may be secured in December of each year Continued from rirnt 1nire i rvLu i uu in jfutjtiiiutji ui tucn yem precincts voted against the amendj If the application for n license ment is made by a partnership each By an emphatic majority Texas partner must make an affidavit joined the parade of wet States in the Saturday balloting Latent com piled reports of the Texas Election Bureau showed a majority of 000 for repeal and for the legalization of beer in the State At that time a total of votes had been counted A final vote of was forecast with an estimated final majority of for repeal and majority for beer Texas was the 23rd State to rat ify repeal of the Eighteenth Amend ment and the 38lh State to legalize the sale of beer On the basis of the latest count the State voted on three other amendments as follows that he is a lawabiding taxpaying citizen of Texas more than 21 years of age and has not been con victed of a felony for two years prior to the filing of his petition and that he has resided in the county in which the petition is made for a period of two years next preceding the filing of his petition Petitioners may not have contrib uted to nny candidates campaign fund for two years prior to his ap plication If applicant is a corporation then its president or manager must make the same affidavit as the partnership and the corporation must have complied with all the corporate laws of the State No manufacturer or distributor may T v orn i iiiHiiuiaciurer or msirioutor For home rule against own any interest in any retaj I1 or homestead exemption ing beer or premises occupied by one sell 003 against For belief bonds against County local option elections on beer were held in 188 counties Saturday and the incomplete re turns early in the week indicated The amount of the license fee to the State per year are as follows Manufacturer General distributor Brand business or general distributor Local distributor that 44 ofthe counties or portions weal of them had voted dry and 33 oth Rutal1 consumed on i c premises S crs to legalize the sale of beer When Texas adopted Statewide prohibition in 1018 11 counties in the State were wholly wet and these counties automatically revert to that position without local op tion elections They arc Bexar Co tuni fui iuiiis intv art1 iitXiu mal Kendall Guadalupi Kinnev omie the legalization of beei Providccl lor the lev of premises Retail dealer not consumed on premises The county and city each may levy onehalf of the State tax in each class To enable the State to derive rcv bancl on a11 thc bcer Lavacn Harris Fort Beml Jim Hogg Austin and Zapata I Thirtyfour counties were wet imputed into it part and dry in part when the I he tnx ls to be ln the folm State voted dry and these counties revert to this same status unless changed by local option elections last Saturday They are Bastrop of revenue stamps purchased from the State Treasurer Half the pros pective tax revenue from beer was allocated by the Legislature to the OULIII inuv uu o iii ii Blanco Brewster Burleson Cal school fund and the noun Chambers Colorado Camer on Dallam Duval El Paso Fay cttc Galveston Gillespie Goliad Hidalgo Karnes Kerr Llano Mav erick Medina Menard Presidio Refugio Starr Sutton Terrell Val Verde Victoria Wharton Wichita Wilson and Washington KERRVILLE TO HAVE AMPLE BEER SUPPLY Cunlinufd frum Kirst Company will serve their trade with Rhcingold beer from Brook lyn N until such time as the Houston brewery can get the pro duction of its own Southern Se lect brand under way No estimate on thc probable number of retail beer dealers in remaining half to the general fund The act makes it unlawful to transport within the State any beer which does not bear a cancelled rev enue stamp showing the tax has The act sought to guard against blind operated by felons by providing that applicants for license must make affidavit that they have not been convicted of iiuiiiuii ictaii ueuiers in Kerrville was available early this before the doors of a beer week Applications for State Couni llne establishment nor may the painted to obstruct the MOUNTAIN LEAGUE Standing of Clubs Club Won Lost Alamo Heights 11 6 Kerrville Comfort Boorne Handera 10 10 8 6 8 M Pet 617 625 555 170 222 Results last Sunday Boerne 7 Comfort Alamo Heights 3 Handera 0 Kerrville 2 Freder icksburg 1 exhibition Schedule for next Sunday Korrvillc at Hoernc bars an applicant from obtaining a new license for a year The Legislature provided that the sale of bcer would be prohibited in counties and subdivisions dry un der local option before thc State prohibition amendment was adopt ed To legalize the sale of beer in such areas a local option election called by commissioners court at its own motion or upon petition of 10 per cent of the qualified voters in the last general election must be held Local option elections un der the act could be held only ev ery six months oo KERRVILLE PUBLIC SCHOOLS TO OPEN NEXT WEDNESDAY Continued from First TRKC Winifred Taylor home economics Elementary Stan ley Brown principal Miss Lynn Burnett Miss Shirley Suttle Miss Mary Swayze Miss Ruth Burney Miss Ethelyn Kcllam Miss Clari bel Remschel Mrs E T Butt Mrs A L Harrison Mrs Louis Domin gucs Miss Beatrice Kincaid Mrs H Rose Mrs Bess Canafax Miss Mabel Deering Mrs T K Holds worth Mrs W H Keeling Mrs J C Baxter Miss Rachel Smith Mexican P G Can field Miss Madalyn Peterson School for A W Doyle principal Thelnia Walker assistant oo INSTITUTE WILL OPEN 11TH YEAR SEPTEMBER 18 Continued From First Tagel Green is the Schreiner commandant Lieutenant Fanhas had several years experiences as teacher and commandant at Oak Ridge Military Institute Oak Ridge N C Pie and Mrs Farr are expected to arrive here shortly after September 1 Football prospects at Schreiner for the coming year are said to be good with a number of letter ath letes returning to school Between 50 and 60 invitations to attend the training camp have been sent out to candidates for the Mountaineer grid squad Coach Bully Gilstrap returned from San An tonio where he attended the coach ing school conducted by Coach Dana X Bible of Nebraska Uni versity Gilstrap has announced that the football training camp will be opened September 13 when some of the outstanding Texas high school grid stars of the past year will report The 1933 football schedule for the Schreiner Mountaineers is as follows September In fantry at Kerrville October G Southwest Texas State Teachers at San Marcos October Col lege at San Antonio October Junior Col lege at Kerrville October of Texas B Team at Austin November Tarleton Ag ricultural College at Kerrville November 10 Ranger Junior College at Kerrville November Edwards Uni versity at Austin November College of Arts and Industries at Kingsville November oo LAST RITES HELD MONDAY FOR MRS ANNA SAENGER Continued From First Pace lelony within the preceding two ed by the profusion of beautiful years and must give the permanent floral offerings banked about the address of the place of business In grave in Glen Rest Cemetery addition it is provided that the Scores of outoftown people the county judge may revoke the li majority of them from Fredericks cense of a dealer who has the word burg and other Gillespie County saloon displayed at his place of communities came here for the fu business or who uses it in his ad neral services vertisernents Surviving are the husband Rob No blinds or barriers may be ert Saenger two daughters ty and city licenses will not be re ceived until September 1 and can VItw wthout 10ation of the regulations for not be finally granted until Scp X 10ation of the regulations for UMiiber 15 licensing and operation was made old in an establishment where beer Other cities and towns es s owns es1 pecially in Southwest Texas have IS s Consumption on the i IJremises To nrnviymn uoe permitted the open sale of the bev the fine provision was crage before its legalization j aklcd a of a jail term of Kerr County officials estimated I1 more lhan onti year fol dealers that the sale of beer would bring vho are found of selling beer a o eer wou rng approximately in additional i to than 21 years old revenue into the countys general selling establishments must fund i the law remain closed from General provisions for issuing the licenses have already been drawn midnight Saturday to 7 a m Mon day and from midnight to 7 a m on week days up by the State Comptroller and week days machinery to deal them out will be ol a license for vio ready to function by September 15 i atlou of the of the act First petitions for licences must be made to the county on or after September 1 The judge must set a hearing not earlier than five days or later than days after the date of its filing If the county judge from the hearing that the cants petition is true and does not Violate provisions of the beer Jfttory act he muaj issue a tificate to the county tax collector authorizing him to collect a and application to the er for not longer than December 4 31 following collecting the prorata of thi lor regaining tion jl M be issued before Renewal Misses Ann and Edna Saenger six sons Emil Walter Herman and Arthur Saenger of Kerrville Rob ert Saenger Little Rock and William Saenger Houston two sisters Mrs Louis Eckert and Mrs Adolph Gold Fredericksburg and two brothers Emil Herbert of Gold and Adolph Herbert of Fredericks burg oo 10 CANDIDATES FOR TIVY GRID SQUAD TO REPORT Continued from First Page liff Flenniken Chas Peterson Claiborne Jones and Fisher Several brawny lads also have transferred f r o m neighboring schools and Coach Keeling predicts that some of these fellows will make rival coaches sit up and take notice when the conference race gets under way The grid candidate who have transferred to Tlvy are Kelton Locke and Hardin from Hunt High School Akin and Swin ney from Medina High Teer and Anderwald from Bandera High and Forehan from Ingram Athletic oificials at Tivy are ne gotiating with Robstown Beau mont and Fredericksburg for early season contests to be played be fore the District 12 competition be gins An effort is being made to book games for September 29 Oc ober G and 13 The district schedule will start on October 20 when Brackenridge ligh comes to Kerrville Other games on the card are October 27 AJamo Heights in Kerrvillej No vember 3 Austin High in Kerrville November 11 Harlandale High in temille November 17 San An onio Tech in San Antonio Novem ber 23 Thomas Jefferson High lace not determined November 30 s another open date WOMEN WORKERS CARRY NRA TO RURAL HOMES No lieenae oe issued year Renewal Jjcenses may be issued by the tax BARBECUE AND RODEO Sunday September 3 GASS PARK at ontiort Texas ASH PRIZES FO RALL EVENTS Baseball 31 unit DANCK AT MG11T Continued From Fint Faite towns and rural sections of the country Miss Minnie Irving has been named captain of the womens di vision at Center Point and she ad vised headquarters that all business louses there had signed the blan cet code agreement Results of the blocktoblock sur vey made Monday and Tuesday to leterniine whether all merchants were complying with the blanket code agreement to check up on the lumber of new employes added and he increases in payrolls had not jeen announced Wednesday As soon as the cards have been re checked the figures will be given out by Col W Scott Schreiner who was in charge of the survey The field workers who made the slocktoblock canvass were divided into four regiments commanded by Majors W W Miller L W Mc Coy J R Hart and W A Pawcett Additional signers of the blanket node here during the past week brought the number of Kerrville firms and industries operating un der the Presidents agreement up to 200 Postmaster E Gold an nounced Additional names listed on the Honor Roll during the week were as follows Cone Car 0 P Couch George Heiman Kerrville fee Storage E L Turner Mrs Wm Worthington Kerr View Farm J D Cotton B C Parsons Sinclair Refining Robert I Wilson Krueerers Blacksmith Shop Duality Laundry T E Reader Sunshine Laundry Additional names are being added as quickly as they are certified by the region al NRA office at Houston ericksburg hitters gatiged him for six blows but he had plenty in re serve and bore down in the pinches While the Kerrville hitters were held to four hits by Klaerner they utilized the sacrifice game in the second frame and the inside base ball netted them two runs Staudt led off with a walk and Morris laid down a bunt Both were safe when the catcher made a wild heave to first Myers then sacri ficed the runners to third and sec ond Beaver delivered a timely sin gle to score Staudt and Morris on a beautiful squeeze play with Hardy at bat Klaerner was complete master of the situation after this scoring en deavor The Giant hurler also led the attack of his club by swatting a double and a threebagger His triple in the seventh accounted for the lone run of the visitors The big pitcher led off with the highty clout and scored a moment later on a passed ball Up to this juncture Hardy had pitched 30 innings of scoreless baseball Spot Morris was the fielding star of the contest The Kerrville second sacker handled seven chances and three of them were labeled for hits that might have changed the complexion of the game The score AB R H 0 A E E Klnerncr rf 4 01000 H Klnerner cf 4 00200 Klctt If 3 00000 A Klacrnor If 1 00100 Kott BS 01011 Jenschko as 1 00000 Peter Ib 4 0 1 H 0 0 C Klnerner p 4 12040 P Klaerner 3b 400041 Hahn c 2 00711 Endcrlin 2b 3 01021 at a culvert the driver succeeded n bringing it to a stop but the mpact with the steering wheel cnocked him unconscious Mason svas brought to his home by passing motorists and it was five hours be ore he regained consciousness He also received a deep gash in his orehead Mrs Henry Murr Dies at Junction Tolnls 31 1 6 24 12 4 AB R H 0 A E Wootton 31 4 00030 Warren cf4 01000 McNair sa4 00822 Hollomnn Ib 4 0 1 15 0 0 Staudt rf2 11100 Morrin 2b 2 10250 Myers If4 00000 Reaver c 3 0 1 Hardy p 2 0 0 410 180 Totals 2 4 27 19 2 Score by innings Frederickaburg 000 000 Kerrville 020 000 Summary Threebase hit C Klaerner Iwobasc hits C Klaerner Warren sacri fice hita Morris 2 Myers Hardy stolen base E Klaerner struck out by C Klaern er 7 by Hary 4 base on balls off C Klnerner 2 off Hardy 1 wild pitch C Klaerner passed ball Beaver left on bases FredcrickszurK G Kerrville 7 Timu Umpires Baker and Knopp 00 Chas Mason Escapes Serious Hurts oo BRAVES VICTORS OVER FREDERICKSBURG 21 Continued from First Page ts schedule while the Braves have the two rainedout games to ac count for A victory over Boerne will give Kerrville a clear title to second ilace and the right to play Alamo Heights in the title series Next Sundays game in the fair rounds park at Boerne will start at p m The Boerne White Sox last Sun day obliged by dusting off the 3omfort Bronchos 7 to 4 while the eague leaders from Alamo Heights won a 30 shutout over Bandera The Braves accorded an off date on the schedule stepped out and jumped their arch rivals the Fred ericksburg Giants for a count of 2 to 1 It was the first Kerrville victory over the Giants since Au gust 16 1931 when Tony Leidl let he Gillespie neighbors down with ow hits and blanked them 2 to 0 uriously enough Chester Klaern er the big Rice Institute athletic star was the victim of the blank ng two years ago and took it on the chin Sunday although he hurled masterly game Harvey Hardy the Braves right hander continued the brilliant hurl ng that has given him nine wins in 10 starts for Kerrville The Fred Chas L Mason Kerrville busi ness man escaped serious injury in an automobile accident which oc curred at 6 p m Saturday While driving toward Ingram Masons car struck loose gravel and he lost control of the machine and he lost control of the machine When the car struck a guard post Modern CYPRESS CREEK PAVILION Saturday Night September 9 Music by Sweethearts of the South All Girl Orchestra ADMISSION Gentlemen Everybody Welcome COMJ V I COME ALL SHEARING PRICES We recommend to our customers that they pay not over 4c for goat shear ing and 6c for sheep shearing this fall This is an advance over former prices and is all the present prices of wool and mohair justify in our opinion This is an agricultural process and does not come under NRA Chas Schreiner Bank UNINCORPORATED CUSTODIAN OF FUNDS SINCE 1869 oo Funeral services were held last Saturday afternoon at the family lome near Junction for Mrs lenry Murr 87 who died Friday morning after a lingering illness Bather Allen of Brady conducted the last rites Mrs Murr was born in Lynch urg and after her marriage moved to Kimble County in 1882 3he is survived by her husband and hree daughters Mrs T C Johns ton of Kerrville Mrs A F Hodges of Brackettville and Mrs Nat Sanders of Junction Other surviv ors include 12 grandchildren and seven greatgrandchildren Grandsons and greatgrandsons icted as pallbearers They Were ordtran and Charles Johnston of Kerrville Murr Hodges of Brack ettville Nat Sanders Henry and Audie Murr of Junction oo Bonham ExMayor Dies at Hospital The body of Joe Thurmond 45 ormerly mayor of Banham was orwarded Saturday by Peterson Funeral Home to the North Texas city for burial Thurmond a veteran of the World War died last Friday at the U S Veterans Hospital Legion where he had been a patient for several months He was mayor of Bonham when he enlisted for serv ce in the World War and rose to the rank of first lieutenant Thurmond was unmarried A sis ter Miss Charlotte Thurmond sur vives oo Luna Joins WilliamsHeckler Inc Lloyd Luna returned last week snd from a visit with relatives at Dallas and Monday morning as sumed his duties as salesman for WilliamsHeckler mens wear store The addition of the new salesman was to carry out the NRA regulations Chas E Heckler owner of the firm announced Luna for several years was a member of the sales force of Peter son Auto Co oo IP YOU WANT TO EM PUT YOUR AD IN THE SUN COOL AS A CAVE Hill Countrys Perfect TALKING PICTURE Thursday August 31 AL JOLSON HALLELUJAH IM A BUM with MADGE EVANS HARRY LANGDON Mrs Arthur M W Cooper FridaySaturday Sept 12 Zane Greys Fastaction drama of the winning of the west The GOLDEN WEST with GEORGE OBRIEN Mra J W Ben Chambliss Sunday Monday Tuesday September 345 WILL In his funniest picture DOWN to EARTH Dorothy JORDAN Irene RICH Miss Charlotte S K Mason Tiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin PAYWAV JL THE CLEAN FOOD STORE JL Bargains for FridaySaturday Sept 12 The enthusiasm of our customers and the steady increase in sales is proof that our prices are right and that the quality of our mer chandise is superior Our Market is noted for its extremely high quality of fresh meats Pure I A 11 J Sugars 10 Is 49c CELERY fresh large crisp12c ONIONS White Bermuda Ib74c APPLES new crop Red Jonathans dozen12c each Ic Oranges California Valencia o Juice NUT ROLLS fresh dozen8c PINEAPPLE crushed or sliced 9ozcan8c 40 Ib 12c TOMATOES No 1 tall Standard 5c TOMATO JUICE BeechNut 12V2 THE SHORTENING FOR FRYING PASTRY AND COOKING Shortening 4 Its 33c MEAT LOAF Pork and Beef fresh ground Ib 10c JL rycrs ROAST young beef corn fed extra tender 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