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   Advocate (Newspaper) - May 6, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                PRINCIPAL IN AMARILLO TRAEGDY WELL KNOWN HERE "While Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist Geo. II. French, Publisher. -AFTERNOON FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWL5F IN GENERAL EDITION, FOR FURN-TURE AND ji! ii! GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Terms Phone 159 Subscription: Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTOR, A DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 6, 1929. Timely Topics THE CITY OF ChuuHO, aroused over the death of it schoolboy, al- ter seveiul visits to roailliouscs oilier youiin students, is con- a vigorous against the reports v.'bieli sell union- slcine to youns people. I'M win Tofoiii. .-iiperinleiKleiil of Ihc schools of tlie county, openly that "about 7') per eenl ot you n K men" and "50 to. CO lier cent of tiio Rirls. above seventeen" ac- cept regular standard recrea- tion a party, an auto rlile, dancing Kiwi a holtle of gin." If Ills Milti.-DK'Ill is COlTCCl. it H Jifeli lime that Chicago parents ti.kc action. Moreover, it is about time for invents iu Victoria lo open their eyes an'l see what our youiiK neoiihi do [01- utmisc-mc'nt. H their recreation is not whole- some, then the adult population should get busy. That parc-als fan exercise Jir' pressure, dcspiie tlie tioii that children are disvt'Kiml tbeir fathers i-ji'l mothers, is seen iti Mr. Tolda's observation of the r.ttitutle of Hn; youngsters at the "One tiling tliat impressed me at (tie inquest Hint llio youthful witnesses were morlully afraid to have their parents know they lia'l been drinking, llicy went the limit of uiilruUifuliicss lo hide tilings from (heir proents. 1 dare say that fl.J [ier edit of parents are fiercely to their children's drink- ing. The significance is that tlie parents still bold llio hand, If they will use it." While, conditions iu Victoria ;vi'-i not nearly as had as those picturrd iti Chicago LHiri other Urge cities, is for much tinprore- aii-iit Incally in Hie Ir.'havior ami ci'stonis of llio so-called younger generatinn. The trouble, we suj; pest, does not lie willi the young- sters, who, liy nature are prone to go us far as they can in experiment- NUMBER 255 K K Victoria Officer Billed For Assault To Murder R, L.. Groce, Jr., Heads Croce Parrish Company Formerly Appeals Judge and i Resident of Port j Lavaca. Jewish Frat Barred BOND FIXED AT j Boy He Shot Secretly Wed- j dec! His Daughter Last February; Girl in j Hospital. I (Judge It. 11. Hamilton, one of; the principals in tlie R-ad tragedy related iu tlie following dispatch, formerly lived at Port l.avacu and is well known in Victoria. ing with life. The fact is, w.j he litve, Ihivt modern parents, ;i3 rale, have thrown np their hands ard permit the i-hildrcu to do ti'.ey please, v.illiout proper train- ing at liome. CHARACTER IS what we find after (he veneer and nolisii of civil- and custom is nibbed off. The individual who refrains from things im-rely of what people will say decs not hav1. character, lie is a coward. He iloes ris'it. not heeause it is right. It'it lieeairsc ho i.s afraid of what will say and it will do to reputation. IT IS REFRESHING to tallf to a man who has had tile coinage, to cxpre.-'s his views miliamiieteil by v.hiit hi; without first won derltiK whether it is altogether AllAItll.1.0. Tex., May H. llr.mlllun, a former judge, of tlie Commission of Appeals of the Tex- as State Court. Saturday shot and hilled liis 21-year-old son-iti-luw. Tlioniiis Walton, Jr., and explained tlie staying only Nikying: "I hu'l j rather lie dead (ban kill a man, but 1 had lo protect my family." Tiie shooting occurred iu the law office of Hamilton, where the boy was reported lo have gone to dis- close his marriage lo Hamilton's daughter, Theresa, 10. Both Wal- ton mid his yotmif ivifc formerly nllended Texas Univcrsily. Although Hamilton, after tlie Served Previously as Man- ager of Firm's Bay City Branch. L. C. ROUFF PROMOTED Made Assistant Managerand Mrs. R7L" Sr. Elected Director. .Court Merciful to "Honor" Slayer v Believed to Have Been Shot I by Bandits Who. Kidnap- i ped Them. LIVED NEAR HOUSTON Ml! Edward Stone and Ola Wounsch Were Going to Houston to Attend Theatre. HOUSTON, Tex., May bodies of Miss Ola I r-- r- _ liie lioilies ot MISE Ola rirerj at Escaping Prisoner and stone. 21. shot to After He Had Cut His Half-Brother. denied that his married, records in the eouu- ly clerk's office at Georsetovvn, Austin, site of the university, j Albert Cornsweet, top, is one of the i Groce. Jr., president and general revealed that Theresa Hamilton j founders of Pi Lsmda Phi, Jewish [mr.uager; L. C. Rouff, assistant KC-ncr.il manager; Jos. first vice president; K. i M. Harbison, second vice president; and Thomas jr., were mar- national fratornity at Uni- ried last rehruw 10. Justice of vcrsily, which Dean Otis E. Ran- dall, hclow, has ordered disbanded tin I'cace Bryan Klnloek saiil he hail purformed tile ceremony. Hamilton had been in Brown on the grounds that it is j John H. Clccg, secretary and trea- i purely sectarian organization. Lmcl. u. L. (jroce. Jr.. Mrs. K. formation of the chapter r'rnre r r1 iTmiff tin wi.h dau-rhter since Jan-1 P den Harb iof J He" narr. it hevame after from the olh.r 6re.k f r TH WHH.m, S r fii-'itii Mm b. t. 1011 h Clt.ltlU linU ULIJ'l i mriotinc mi r-ininnc icltcr societies on iht campus. a patient iu an Austin hospital fov 1 recently, friends liters said, but efforts lo find the and In r mother were unavailing and it wa.i assumed they bad left for j Walton, whom friends said had been sent to the Hamilton office lo "explain everything'' was shot or as Iho holicvcs fow al'loi- he eutcrcil t We i ;m- a vniiety of diet. The m  iniiny a.; to, onroe JIOH roe (Houston) and W. A. Gcfferi direttors. The Grocc-l'arrish Company is (no of tlie oldest established and tn'st known wholesale grocerj firms in Texas. Tlie company raiiit.il stock- of acil r> liam Hearn' rear' tlle at Freehold, N. J., where he ms bcil13 for Johnston, 19-year-old high! i At a meeting of tlie U ire dors ot the Grot't-IVirrish Company in this city nflemoon Hobti Cvoce. Jr., was elected president I Fllrru3g'Q. with court officers Barney Fcllman, left, and Wil- gencMil uuuiHgor ol the tom- lo succeed hia father, whose occurred several days as0- -Mi. Grocc's widow was elected to his the lio.'ird of jand L, C, nouff was made assistant ;cneral manager. ThR and of ths omininy now as follows: K. L. death iipparonUy by bandits (ft thy wevo found uu (he way ton nntca uut of Houston Ly a pcuHerhy ourly today. iitficers working on the I theory that buntlits lield np the I couple'us they rode fnf.0 Houston.! I in h'tone's rar. His body was found I besides the car. The girl's was I la mile away, lying it truss tlie road. I Wlii-t'ier Oavia, is believetl xhe was kidnapped J watchman, hay been placed the hixtidiis and when she jmnu-j ?50'J bond follnwing his indicUiieniU'd fi'wiu Uiu uui1 sht was shot in the! charge of aysanJt lo murder I with Uie yanie weapon, n shot-] conned inn wjili tho killed Stone, jaii inlsom-f, Jnlin Ct-ivau-i BULLET ENTERED HOME Man .Shot in. Back by Officer Under Indictment for Aggravated Assault. school student, for the of his daughter. Farruagio was Jnlin at and thci milted to change his plea to "guilty" ana court sentenced him tht; nisl11 uf way rudiiUiis at Spring, both] 30 years for murder iti the second instead of iirst degree as he was lillot in hero. Stone told his father tried. I ami suffered Unit-matiiulal it.-i and main ttt) VictoriH has brunches at Cf'r- pus christi, Iteevi' ton and Alitc. H. .IT., the new inci- dent and gciitirul will n> move bore at from Tiny City, where ho was of one of Hi? branch stores. Ho is one of mi'ji ever for inch high executive position but exceptional ability and has lite complcle confidence of WEATHER REPORT tlfll -W LBOURNEl T' "f lhl; ILUUUHIIL hi, Inr illo, Uay LMlv, ARk sculp wound. {bsi Il1slu llult llf, to take still iu the Victoria llospiial. Rlrl to a tllcalrc iu Tiic was uinibtutlly beautiful. It i.s thought the sJuyings wvrc committed by nn escape'l vii.-t or Ufgvucs. was indicted for ajtsravale.! assault for Chas. Hill, service ear Tonight and Tuesday ct'uidy aiu! possibly sliotvcrs. JOKES ON VICTORIANS v.-hen tin. 'w marriase Ro Xnhotly HKoly ever heard cf ducks Idu k. AUSTIN. Tex.. May Wiiluni. Jr.. shot to death in I he offiro .if li. II. Hamilton al Ani.i- in Austin till VYliriuivy 1-. lo reconl.- in tlv- (ourt (I.-ik's otfit-e nt Ct'orpctowii. ivlu'fe liii-n-o oni. .Ir.slii-e of ihc Hla- nn'l thy Ilamilfoi) irl wtTi: ttie Univci.-iiy had Iwo r s-incc 'ri.int' yonui; V.M- a in .1 linal for a rctcntly, H'it' inlo I'ffort anil its provisimis. on at the regu- jor other fcimt of poultry sfssidii of the l-os'slalnrc sak- al a dry goods store unless j anil County Sitlcrlr has her-.! VVIM gpiicmi men hnn- tliat it will Iv.1- i in1; otfrrfivo Juno 11. Thy provides that applir.vi hall he niiiifi' at not more than h.> filins of I lie; knmvn a.-i "im-j [o the I for'a lid-use lluve aivl I thirty days after iappliialion. tn tiie of hifenli'.m eniuUy rlerk In i aM ssiio tho is s to the a.'4- party disc I'sUhlishmcnt located in somu town. Nevertheless, a r.aUeil at a Victoria dry ijooils stole a few months tieut on purchas- ing 5ome of these store the Crnmt Leader Ury btnre. rloins husiueas on Koulh Street and nf iiAin and prorccrlfil to sliow nifUonH'r somi1 of thi-i Xt-. (hn an IIP didn't .iiiv t-fiJiv.TK or only 'i'Kk-. ivliich remindtfl hi-5 firm vas ailvcrtisim; o'.HMdo jit ;v kir- giliil. So Tiio tho ninn frj Hir; of thi> .-for-'1 "ait btr.'iJdP to t broilicr Jake, the store, he afkc'l ad a ftocK any said to have hcjeii iiitosk-ittctl. [The officer (iluced him in bis 'liroilier's car and when [hey left: A aumhor nl Vietovia County the rar VMraun (.jly wlm wore; summi.nwi as cervanivs nil iu Mm side nesses went to Ileeville today tin- trial of .Mm M, Crahl) of afim- and' TiHmiit'.-toii Htiil It. H. Wilhonie. at liim as lit- ran. The last' ry. is w fnr in i in Ui- HeriCniiHly Philriet Court ,hc ,Vils I a rlianp! of venm: fi.mi (l, i kin's homi! and lie lell in Ihe stn-ci. Mi rrabli and are One of the Imlleis iienelnited an; il v.itii innnier in erauiei (inn itf tin- Hopkins' I'.il.i! of .Miss Annie home utid narrowly missi tl Mrs. J.j I'iyiarold sirl. in Ileudersnii, inuiher uf mi lln: nialil ot -VovernluT 11. Hopkins, who. siarlled hy the. Sunn, of Ilii. de- Ehols. had raised in rlnred that (ho shooting win a Cervantes lioca in this 'rle.u- of and no indn-l- ly only a short lime Mom Mexiro. !iiictils v.-err rcNiriicd liy the tirsl [comins here a ri.iys; L-rand jiiiy (hut invi'stisated Ihe j shixitinx. He is si id to iv.jil Lai a suereedinr. srand jury' educated and to have be. n a rail" ;indic-i.-d ilie tnen, ari% way station iii -v Hi-i promiii'-ni in Hi.'ir respediv.- com-': will lit! released fiom li'i: pin! i illMllilFie.-. Till' sill's holly i somi: time next week. ;wa i I'.Miipl Kireet in of A FUNERAL HELD FOR j LITTLE LENZ CHILD' IN GOLD PRIZE FOR PERSON NAMIN BIG FAIR FEST1VA Tiie Vii'toriii District Fair ASHO will ten dollars to liie person wbosf? suggt r.i." a name Cor the (oiirtli its tair is ;uiorUed. This night.] i'l'-ilav, OuMlier 11, will lie devote.lj v.mtlrtville, car- nisnl jiiiil oihrr le.-stivc (enui it ihc most Joyous event o; tiiL' vcar iu Victoria. Tills event will be y-.'iir in with tms tali1 .nut U is dL'sircil lo nrake it as iiu! limtivn lor ViL-toria ;is the Criis is Cor Xe'iV Orlonns or the: ot" rtawers for San ALI aihl tfiiit its iumf fov iii h-jLonie v.iiiely ktunvu tiou of it will at otue he ii w-tii ;ttui men Tiitrl l-'.ihv ,inl tin1 le-nv son o( Mr. aiei Mrs, lii'.ri l "f tllM comily. liiwl :it (lie name must through the miTit of (H-. 'i-Mtn itseli ;nul need not b..> "01 uoixls in al; ii" a }ii.tin.-o l procure i'i-> f'.'i.m fails and soM sl he (.in up' An tn hio.ite HsiniU-! npnvimrni w.is and it Lou hoi' rtrtiiHhlcr C.iilcd, Theiv jsind they left town. who ,itk> iU li'iiuo. rttsiiii; any ot ihf for :-iilm Jalio s-rtiil ho wjis nnt. KiunUy r-I fnr ijiickif flit'! ,I.tU''. on liini. llian bit livnllhT .nul wli.U till Ihrsf f lYaliy wan not fii-- but (Iir ixinl !J.H! to ]i-j vover snrviv one iiicM COMMISSIOMER IN HOSPITAL HERE in" ilii Mr. K.intest of I'iJ .Mr.-s. Mrliii- I...-IK of ili 'I'tli: tntn T.il iln ilemo of M.nti.- ullil Mis i11 'llork iltis IIT enjoy j fowls but cw.ivas cloth hearty Lui n-m :iu iufulioii ol ]lu- KH luiu-i ilu- 1 1-; tni'UL-h n haVt1 coijtiiu-i ciI i in? (loctui'ini; his cnUlo. Kuv. <1' f''i' LniJu'Van Clnirtii ui ihi.s tiiy. 5 proposal i'UiK oMc-' rluh i'i Tfx.u-. ami wll uii-lt T tii'j   OJMMI t >lmulil r.> to tl: Virloiiit District A- j so.'u.ii.Mi, Viciorut. May 20, 152y.   

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