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   Advocate (Newspaper) - January 24, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                Good Eyesight Necessary For Good Work in School DR, JACK KAHN Optotmlrist Permanent, Safe, Reliable 609-10 Welder Dldg. 233 Geo, H. French, Further, VOLUME 31 EDITION. For Furniture and Gas Stoves see HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. Subscription Per Annutr, VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JANUARY 24, 1929. NUMBER 1G3 BELIEVE IT OR NOT "Till.; WOULD conference on narcotic says Ihe I'ort- Orcgoiilnii, '-insists on a twen- lielh ameniiincnl lo the Keileral Constitution as a means of com- bailing (he evli it is organized lo Mippress. It does not nppear, how- tvcV, that pnssiiBc ot a Federal nnieiidnttMit npuld m'en'.ly facill- late detection or higlicr-upg who could now be heavily punished if convicted. The problem la not con- stiutional but administrative. The Federal Government ami states, operating under present laws, can li.iwlle the situation, provided they i ill arise tu gravity, as well as Ihey could it an amendment were passed." The ili-UK habit is abhorrent lo nil normally minded persons but, .ii tbc OrcKonian says, an amend- ment lo Ihe constitution mi top of our present drastic legislating on the subject, will not secure enforce, nidit. Tlic program Of confer, nice for a mode! narcotics control law to be submitted lo all legis- l-'-tures, is practical and should have hearty and unqualified sup. licrt. Wo have n proliihitlon amend- ment to our constitution but (hat difs not mcu-i enforcement. Ihere have been nltcmiits lo enact uiUI-nlslnl-ownliiB laws as a means nf crime prevention but such laws merely clod.ne the issue which is proper enforcement of our present Naturally, more laws DAIRYMEN BOST BE CAREFUL IN THEIB SELECTION OF STOCK Victoria Turning its Eyes Toward the Dairy Industry COWS BY CARLOAD LOTS [FLOES OF MICH Gl Pays Largest Price for Farm Feeds Leave Field Equipped With Wheels and Skiis ''ike other progressive counties j mean more law breakers null in Texas, Victoria is liii-jiinK its 'he past the mnlliplicily oE laws 'lairy-ward ami cows will soon has meant more loopholes escape just pun- into Victoria in car which criminal ishment. Fewer laws, more spccitil in character, wild strict enforcement and certainly of sen-fug sentences once conviction has been scoured, onld, in Ihe opinion of persons ex- licrleuccd in criminal tmV.ters, be (he best remedy tor crime, MONEY spent In Victoria slays here. It circulates. You bave a jof culls unloaded upon them. i tlmacc to see It again. j li tonic in mind that I jbntterfal is the basis of price, und TUB BIOC1KST CHAHHERs'lhat il Is mil nlways the cow that about town arc tbc Fellows who j Produces thu must milk (bat is the never on the Chamber of Com- most profitable, said Mr. lioss. A 1 load lots, us a result ot the recent movement fostered by (he Chamber Commerce ihrougli its Agricul- tural Chairman. Kubin Krels. The coinniitteo has tlie cu -opera- tion of County Aijcnl H. 11. linss in (he selection of co-.v.s for Ihe farmers L'Hd it is urneii tliul those Itilcrcslcil ill Hie, subject cum- munieate with tlie-m, as irrespoii- sihle traders will have lo he watch- ed or the farmers will have a lols HAS FUEL BUT WO FOOD On Shifting ice Flcs On Lake Near Straits of Mackinac, merce budget ami who have never Biven a day of their time in com- munity service. The reason some towns don't grow Is because there fie too many trying t0 ride who ouR-ht to be pushing. around four and one-half jjalloiii! a day and still fail' SELFRIDGE FIELD, Mt. Clements, Mich., Jan. airplanes took oft today from Setfrldge Field to aid bj the search far Lewis Sweet, marooned or the fJoat- ing ice of Lake Michigan. One of the planes was equip- ped with wheels and the other with skiis. The pilots were instructed to land on the Ice 'Ice if possible and pick up Sweet. Hungry-Mouth AIR MAIL PLANE MAY STOP HEBE IN NEAR FUTURE Victoria Chamber Commerce Distributed Air Mail Literature INTEREST BEING SHOWN .5 LDS1 TmifNSHP MIES i Wired Only Brief Message to Headquarters in United .States EPIC OF THE SEA Biownsvillo Houston Hop I other Ships Searched in Proposed; Will Stop at Corpus Vain for Florida Then Gave Up to pay for hcf feed if her bnttorfalj lest is low. On the other baud, i LONE AVIATOR TAKES OFF FATHER AND SON SUSPECT HELD FOB i GONDITION OF PASTOR INJURED AS. CAR j THEATRE BOBBERY-OF PRESBYTERIAN HiTS LOOSE SANB GHUHCH IS CRITICAL TO SEARCH FOR FISHERMEN U-s handsome profits over feud costs can be slioivu by cows giving less! .Wch., Jan. but a rich balterlat test.; 1''''i'c' J'reslon, aviator, tool; off to- A on tiie cvc" tllc >wfl il is I" locate Lewis Anglesey, North has make; Bw'-'el- lmiu fislierman, wlio longest naino on 11-.., i'1 "1llcss Ilc houses sliiftinK ice A father Jan. su pect was arrested today in i o; and his son narrowly with iol (lie cashier of the liiu Tlionti 'Information prosressivc business men of Victoria" is tlic caption of a bulletin heins dislrib- uted by the Victoria Chambur ot Commerce slmwing the udvanltiROs or using ibe air mail service, which fa now nrnvMctt .between uracUcal-' all of (fie larger cities of the United States. Letters mailed in Victoria j p. m. will arrive in Houston I ft a. in. This mail leaves j Houston by air mail at a. m. i way of New Orleans, Atlanta.} mchmoiid. urrivins in Vork City at a. m. Is deliver-! tfi hy (lie first delivery .service.) A" mail addressed to 1 Ian ford, i nosinn, Alhany and Iluftahi arrives 1 before NEW YORK, Jan. in a battle moufitainous waves, Capt. George Fried of Ilia United States liner America pointed his ship toward New York to- day after snatching 32 men frcm a watery grave. After a 31-hour race through heavy seas the famous skipper located the disabled Italian freighter Florida some 700 miles off the Virginia Capes, where it had bten buffeted by the waves since sending SOS signals at noon Tuesday. Alt' members of the crew were sav- ed. VORK, Jan. tas when this ctiujjE) in winch they were nrt-! inif skidik-il in loose uravol ?205 was fakrn. Tltti polki- found 51 u under his ft VIVK (iirncd over on tin; Uuero-Vicloria is j highway, direclly in frnnt of John of MtCrabb's resilience near Thom.is ICpOl MlioKOROch. called Manfair for shnrl. Means: Marv CiinVf-li i> i Lit s (in ......i i lu H ij, [i tmj, cm i ft 111 11 it IK (n j tin ti record. It is i" "1llcss Ilc tMlls- ko "f; McCi-abb's residence near Thomas- lochuy-rmlrobwllty.i tnws Hie straits or; ton. Ci.nuly. The accident od Mnnfair Iorl A" 25 i shortly after H o'clock, I llOUflfls: lit fi-im- llfir fi.tit t OllC'f'f ;l ciii-itl _.. THRFF 'mLL four per cent milk daily all shack on the the I'ool or White l i ab Stone jiiiunil of biuterfat) will alut hut no >itiw the swift v.-hll pool ot Church of Tysilfo of jied r.lve ,c A 1'AIITY ot Chica-o They liont 1C. pounds ot hay a day. i need eight iim uoni and oals. son or oilier .0 hay, the cow will nls of With prairio, John- rass-liays, (be same MORROW TO AMBASSADOR ftirs and jevvelrv and then s, fully executed (he exit play. were probably playing for tvo.hil MOST men owe tl'cir fortune lo Hie fact dial (heir wives put (lie mnncy (lie bank. need lo in elude about two pounds] of cottonseed meal, peanut oilmeal I tir oilier liiKh protein j in addition to Hit- torii and oats. KtndU-s made by tin: Texas ex- licrimV-nlal slalion sliovv that tliu dairy ,-ow pays the piim for larni feeds (it any class of stuck. as the two were icUirnhm- from a business mission in Cne.ro lo their home hero. The injured are T. K. Carroll. 10 Is cmphiycd in I lie Max l.erm'r Tailor filiop, and his sun. IS. who is cmpl'iyt-d at Coffcy's American Maid Itakery ns a bak- .Ian. mcmbi'is of the I'aciiic Irekhi l iil the The of Dr. John II. Ilinl- 1 son. pastor nf din l-'irst I'reshyter-! ;ian Clniivh. was conveyed Inail tiye cenl Viclnria 'llosnilal early Kalnr- stamps may be used, jilay afteriKion from acute j if regular iiosfaKc. stamps Liiipemlicitis. look a (urn tu "s'-'' die enveloije "air worse today and t-onsiiicreil crit-1 as in Ihe case iisiji-. reva. !lar vnslaee stamps special d'- I livery. The more the air mail stamps are used by business ami prod's- sional men itulivi.tuaia well jib.- more impetus will sivi.n tn IKIOII. The farthci- UleorBe Fried of the United Jctlcr lins to travel iho nmr0 time liuer America again wrote his name h'nto of 'he sea Wcrtncsdav rale is five rents i "'Shi vvlicn lie rescued 32 mcmberV the first ounce, ten cents for of the crew of tno disabled '1 "'ercaftcr- anywhere States feighter Florida in either 700 miles off the Vir- or Capes. of what must have No dcliylls (Continued ou INJURED IN WHHIH8 DAILY ASH ROUTE TO TEXAS GOONTY AGENT GIVES GOOD FORMULA FOB THEE ERADICATION bv liv COHHICCT "I YON DON'T have to usrce will, what we write: there are quite a few others dunk they are) I T.IK YOIIXO tiling; >ria know (he stronger sex COMMITTEE REACHES PROGRAM FOR MIAMA UKACir. Fla., W. Morrow, hanker J jaboiit the brail, while his falln-r j train was sidi-swipvil received painful injuries about bis i frnlKlu on a side track. .-k and left shoulder and arm.1 KiiBineer llendersnn aiuomobile was badly shoulder. A. .1. Tni-k 111., Jan. iecau.S'. Ilic sin.-i-es.i- of Ihu i tweeu tbc principal of Tes- and ambassador lo Mex- ico, has consented (n carry un ambaxsuilorsliip administration afli-r was announced today. This was (he net result of a on- Terence between Hoover and Jlor- riiw today. was mad'' bin it was h-aineii from an- .llu'i'ilativi! Kouices (bat llurtow would coiilhniu as tbe ambassoil ...iiv Frallk- Wlll> U'1S Into W'1l'n lh" be driving at a mo'lrr- ate rate nt" speed wiien the. machinr I began lo skill in the snivel. uiiiilic-ti tbe brakes, tile car jplniiKiid in (In: riRlii siilu thi- jroad. finally comins: a standstill against ri calllo Mr. Caiivlt and bis sun were jhriiimlit in Victoria by tin; .of (be TlKiniasloii jfiremiui. and J. T. Duncan. braKe- m.in. were injured. Klcveii c.irs Men- hu Ion-; nuw air mail route from HID servici.. win (1 HI Mexico City, the Mext- Houstim nnil .Minis'.iy ot I'ominunicalion (lvo stops in bclwec-n. nnu at Vii toria and the other at Corpus Iiiie to numerous inquiries to nv.miy AKITII H. li. Ross tin- iu5t 'fciv (lays us tiio best incJlind of nf the f.dloii-itis funmila. which is far iiuickei- and iniri'i- (ban Klrdlins them, U SENATOR'S DAUGHTER APPEARS IN COURT TO ANSWER CHARGE Air Tr.tnsi.ort A This route is -oin-rat aervico ovi.r liiat i Ctiristi. Croat inter, In the Aim rit an i shown and preparation snc-Iatlon. I ward ,1 landing place, a'i t is army jot the latest am most as pilots. Tiiis sfTV-ice service the- travel....- roach! Victoria is h-rrk-r in nine hours tfit: step will, a- the hoars! fnr l.MAf.-r.YATtON Is tf Ihe valued essontialj of SIHTCSH. Kvcvy arhievfrnent i< only somebiiily's drcum come true. Don Mulfor, Jr. iMRSJICLEGGSiNGSiSENATEPASSES'BILl FOR VICTORIA LIONS; REPEALING CLAUSE IN CORPORATION LAW TIIK OXK vojascr on the ictlnn trip of Ihe German 1', lin saj's (fiat women .-idvisoi-y ccmiuittc. The pro-am was rtraft, d by j Tb.: Vir-tnri.-i I.ions club was for Cnue Johnson. hisliway umate tn havo will, them today a! and for a d of'thr-ir v.reUy n.ion luncluiH, liiiny million dollars (or II. wh year.-, a lioiul issno SOUKS. "Sti hiindi-cd mlllinii iliillnrs lor [by Carl lii.lim. ".Si) !is-J Ma ry Klizal In answr od AVBTIX. Jan. ;The Senate Iinlay I be Senate bill rcliiMlinir tlio purpose clause in the Coiponuioi, ULW in She was ilollar boii'l. il' a pnllceni.iii had purs blntkf. .it dnuldu that For the 1'L ______.______ IN CHAIH MARCH LINOBERGH WILL AMERICA ON GOODWILL TBIPgH; SAX Xinny-fourtli 'j I'diind i Ciillons Dissolve in finjii 'unmit Mix. the avK..'ni.: ii little wutcr   of a numljc-v of for which. Itr fovnicii. WEATHER HEPORT I'vobahly Colder iliV the i .tan. W. v.ill KscciiH., away en a turn- of unlay. Man h -'.nu'lii-.i wlihin Ih-j iifM Ihir.- Several iKTordliij; In C.ipt. K. Kii-k- itaiioii are muv b, wcrlil ;var ho le uill ihc I'.uiintu t in-.'ni iM.univ. if.vliv live, the itn.i the tivo. trnm iiii'.t to ii'urt ,ir moifl nf nfi' iviictiiiv inio tlu: cuts. ihoroushly. An i ii convvaiont to in ap liii' poison. Small trees may low dtnvn anil t'un nu l niih die p.MVon. Thi, ct- prevents   

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