Advocate, April 24, 1929

Advocate

April 24, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - April 24, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, tlrong and stylish. Tiiey arc wearing them now, DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE KGLLAKD AMOUR Easy Terms Phona 159 I Gco. H. French, Publisher, VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF IN GENERAL. Timely Topics FAITH IS THE substani.-o of things hoped for, the evidence' of tlilne.i not J'nul. THAT THE CITIZENS of Vic- toria do mil lake enough interest In the welfare and the problems of boys and girls Is readily appar- ent to anybody Interested enough ti> seek some concrulo evidence of that inlorcst which an enlightened ailnlt population should have in (be Jicoct goneritUoii. Tho general opinion Is that the ages between 17 and are most dangerous to young people and society, particularly in regard to boys. What has Victoria to pro- vide for her citizens ot llial aso'J IN MARCH, 1630, a little vessel left England seeking America. It carried less than two hundred, souls, and the trip lasted Tl days. What would these originals think of. the shores upon wiiith they lauded, if. they could see Ibem to- day? More limn this, what amaze- ment would move them, contem- plating, airships crossing Ihu same ocean in about that number of hours? Surely, they would realize lhat the world "does which Is what our citizens tbonlil keep In mind, facing always ailmig tho path of progress. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, APRIL 24, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 245 TO K 0. HANSELMANN, 86, PROMINENT FARMER, DIES ATJOADALOPE Otto Ihviselraann, SO, prominent retired fanner of the CJuadalnpe community of this county, died [it his home there at o'clock last nitOit. Mr. ilanselmann was born ijn Kasel-Krb, Germany, and tame to this country from his native land In 1SU6, in Colorado Coun- .SENATOR NYE o( Xortli Dakota a radio sla- ty and moving to Victoria County ill IS73. lie lived at Mission Val- ley until IS'jO, when he acquired large farm at tluadalupe. .Mr. Jlivuselmanu was married in Colorado County in 1870 lo Miss Mary Wetgcl, who died In 1821! at tl'e aKC of 70 years. Surviving arc four sons, .lohu, Anton, Otlo and Frank Ilansehminn, and Ihrcc daughters. Mrs. Sam SiUerle, Mrs. L. M. Jlcyer Miss Cecilia Han- lelmann, all residents of this coun- ty. The funeral was from the resi- tion to be used by executive depart ments to broadcast debates, in con gross on Important issues and lo j be used in political campaigns. The idea is line but the location deuce at Onadaliipe Ihis aflcruooii of (he station in Wasliiiigtoti will smlSj Raymond Siiterle, Edwin 4 render It useless for the above pur- Mever Meycr, Raymond poses except.to a limited group Mcvcr Lco Iiauscimalm .lml hearers. Why docs nut (lie aena- Hansclinunn. Rov. u Etschenberg propose that tile government conducted the rites, establish a chain of, say fifteen broadcasting tlatioiiE, strategically 'plix-eil tlie1 country IrV such a nuvulcr as to afford daytime re- ception everywhere? TOPMOST WOMEN notbitm (a jp EH old as last year's hat. Unless it be her last year's dress, or coat, o'f skirl-length.- Men can't understand it. They hugh genially at nucb sitnplv-mlml- ed folly. Am! while they laugh, they thinking of how micvr the old car looks, even though it's only tv.-o seasons old, and how old-fash- ioned lust year's neckties make a man seem. Itt other words, icteit are just about the same as women when it cynics to wmiling ''the latest." It's a desire shared tiy everybody who is young in spirit, eager to lie in on everything new and different. It's the most human thins in 'be want tho newest, the hit- csl. the best. The surest war lo knov.' what is the latest is to advertising. They'll settlr, the niH'slion of skirt- leoglli. They'll show the newest modols in overcoats; in touring cars, sedans and And they'll keep you pnsted on the latest development in every- thing lhat makes up life. The new- est theories of milrilion, tho most recent additions to rad'ui, tho lat- est tooth-paste ami silverware and n household appliances. IF I WERE a yoiins man on r. fflirly decent salary would decide bow much 1 ought lo save nut nf 11 oai-li week. Then 1 would put that amount in the lw.uk. nvcvy Sat- urday as 1 drew my pay, and I'd either livn on the rest or starve. I'd rather lake Ilir. tbauce starv- mi. i littlo as ;i young Ilian of being depeudi-nl upon .somc- br-dy else when I'm loo old to work. When I hat! .--.'ued tip a feu tlrod dollars ill (his way, I would gel my banker to find a real e tit loan anil I'd nee how it tell tj a few dollars coming in fguiarly lhat I didn't have to wori; for. This policy is safer and better lor the average, young man bt.in fcoing into bnsiurss for himself, and followed out, will land him in Vomfnvtable by mid' die life, Whereas, spending ovory cm! b0 as bo can easily ri} 10 maM'-r how mtieb it n pnrond sradn; third, Jnp in Hi.' third cv.idiv Intcrm an- nounced late today j Arthur M. Hyde. Thr riuai.inti.'ie jreirnbilon.; will be drastic, it v.as learned. j nripadlcr Central llerbr-rt M. il-oril. diriTtor of tiiu Hun att nf the will ennfer with JFfoover today rohiiive to iei-t.la (lion that may be ner csvary di vci-t a fund of il.riw.oeii (m- ihe eradication nf the pink boil wrnui in Texas and the cMenniimiuin of the fruit fly in Florida. WEAfflEfREPOBT Fas! v.'n.-raliy colder and Thnr..day ccin.TjIly fair. rx. cept in the ranliamlle. (.'older and rain or snow probably tonight. A number of specimens of pe- can leaves infected witli a, leaf gull (have been received by County H. Ii. Hoss within Ihe .past week and numerous iiuinirics are bum; received dally as to their j control. The palls are small swell- ings that occur on the leaves and jleaf petioles and oflen in the cius- 1 icrs of tho mils. They usually jnciur in the .sprin.; and are caused 1 by ?on-boilied in-sects commonly [cailed pl.-tnl lice or aphids. They j ntt.icli themselves to the tender or loaves and the swelling is 'fnt mod over them. These swell- ings wc at first closed but later, at the proper time, the Kails burst. and thousands of aphids i crawl out to start life for them- i si Those galls have never bcon considered injurious enough to justify any means of control and for this reason no means nf eonlrol bm worked out. it seems lhat baud picJiines might be prac- lict.-il on small trees, provided this is done before tha galls hurst. The company acquired the lease statement to the authorities, in for a bonus of or pcrin'liii-h he said ho acted in self-de- acrc. 'ISO cash ami the remaining j tense. The bodies were recovered to lie paid in oil. The the river the day following first came in a passer but was! tho slayiiiBs at a point where nohi- a few fcut and made oneidmix said he deposited them. Dis- the best nil wells in Ihe field, [trit-t Attorney j. V. Vandeabeire iTho produeiiis sand is of about opposed the motion for a con- f and the motion for ja change of venue withdrew his opposition to tin; second motion jwhen it was agreed that both eases j would be transferred to Vlcibrl.i jCouiily. f-'ormer District Attorney H.-L. er wells, around 37CO feel. MEXICAN'FEDERALS MOVING ON REBELS JDanic'l of this city and Lewis of (loustor, are Attorneys tor :tlie defense. They entered the' jcasr; only a few days ago and nol j MEXICO CITY. April 21.- familiar with i! did not JTbc Federal army divisinn in an immediate trial. They ex- 1 northwest commanded by doner.il Pres.-crt themselves as picked with [Lazardo fardenas at :'he action of Judge I'ool, as it will jilawn today u> give batlln in thc'Kivo them nearly a month for pre- i-cbela entrenched at Mavhi.ic.i, So-jpiiration and they believo their nora. 10 miles sinilli nf x.ivaj.i. i client can obtain a fair trial here. Cencral Kilns C'.tllvs, roin- jinandcr-iii chief of tho j slated lhat tho l-'eddal.-i w-.r.- well jsnpportoil by artillery and forward f> the rebels in combat. r BMyFTERfUNEMLSi MEXICAN IS IN JAB. i TOKYO. Apl il 21.- Thirteen; (ishcvmc'i. who stt sail Shi-' kokn Island, returned home to find i Schindler. :i ;tliMiiselvea officially dead. In the; anii i.-i at the Inns inttTval their families had villcl'ia Hospital suffering from them up as lost and funeral head, s.'id 'rervirrs had bcrn held. i indii'Sfd with a hm- Fuji Man: l-.roujrbi tho men "e- au knit- wound in lii- i" ibf-ir liomrs porl. having taken !r-S''' Jiille- lln-m nt1 the tiny of Hactii- tt'fft. whom they had been strand-: I-onis Vasqiics. ed for wc< ks .-ifler their ffjliins charged .junk, llrr SaMgakn Marn, was! Schindlor, which damaged and carried there hy wind; eastern portion and current. in (he coiui- jlii attack "n .i.curroit in f city about o'clock this morning. iBOTH BRANCHES OF CONGRESS TAKE UP I FARM RELIEF BILLS WASHINGTON', April Farm relief legislation dominat- ed 1-i't'n braiuhps nt Concross today v.iih Shu House leaders promiiiag .l( (he first farm bill of the MV.iion in IS lionis. bill and the export debenture, plan were ID brousbt forth In thj linn--- in oppnjlilnn to the M< call- i'i "Hoover prncram'1 for a cjcan- ii'- co-operative markotinc srltfrtr.'i b.ieks'd by the cuionimcitt tj tlia extent (-1 t'Hfier the ex-port plan fr.e farmers woaM hi- paid a bounty of annually for losses on the expert of

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