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Advocate (Newspaper) - May 29, 1929, Victoria, Texas "White Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They are wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURN'.TURL GAS STOVES HOUAHD Easy Terms Phono Geo. M. French, Publisher. FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSI' IN GENERAL. Subscription; Per Annum VOLUME 31 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 29, 1929. Timely Topics ONLY ONE JwdBR Is lor One. Knoweth Hie hearts men. Arnold. DON'T FORGET tiie value of the natural bounty dial abounds in Vic- toria. We arc so apt to livke Ibcsc IhliiKS for granted, to believe that we can treat them in any fashion, and thai they will always remain. Thw Advocate is intensely inter- cslcd in preserving the beauties of nature Unit exist here now. We would lie glad to sec all civic or- take Ibis matter under advisement, lo (he end that a con- certed program of public svonld tend lo protci'.l our lawns, shrubs, pla-ils and flowers. Really, it ought to be safe for a property bolder in Victoria to beaii- tify bis premises, lie uiiKhl to be able ti fide no VICTORIAN'S MOTHER DANGEROUSLY HDRT IN AUTO ACCIDENT TJ- 1 of lii'r mother. Mrs. Kcimelii While. realize, wllh absolute con- that in doing Ills iiarl to Officers Of S. P. Visit Victoria K K K n Witness Stand For Hours In Murder Trial was seriously injured in an automobile accident there yesterday aflc-riion. Mrs. While's skull was fractured and she is under Ircalmeiil at th' the beautification of the commun- ity thai he has the. active support of every man, woman ami chiiil. He onslit to positively know, his own mind, that others will have n proper regard for his efforts and help Mm in his (ask. No man r.r woman can forsec the wonderful clnvns'J that would be broiiBhl to be in Victoria if every properly owner would replace bare places with beauty. It would nuikt about, systematically, year in itiifi year out. to Victoria a marked place set it apart from more care less communities, where iinlliink people disregard the need fo besuly and fail to realize its are; worth tci .1 people. CORRECT THIS sentence: knew we couldn't afford a nc car, lint my wife insisted that buy THRILLING STATISTICS: 10 per cent of the college graduate fspccl to have (ho world by tl tail before the first of October. HALF OF THE jokes that yo bear are versions of the half tli you don't hear. BUY WHAT you need at hoi and maybe the merchant you p; will have some money spend widl you. That looks logic but there are a lot of people who think it is bunk. Methodist Ilospilal. the accident have RESIDENT ACCEPTS ESIGNATION OF MRS. Tmc MABEL MLEBRANDT LAH3 U I) details been received Poppy Time Remain in Victoria Few Min- utes on Inspection Trip to Valley. WASHINGTON. May Hoover yesterday accepted the of Mrs. Mabel Willo- randt as assistant attorney sen- feou Mr, TRAIN IS USED randt has been a most effective r. fticial ami shown the utmost VJCC President Lull, Supenn- evotiou and great ability. She remained after March ABOUT FIVE MONTHS Col. Lindbergh was appointed Adviser oa Aeronautics lo the Department of Commerce and bis salary fixed r.t -V25 per day. and if cd. Up lo the present, according lo news from Washington, the serv- ices of Ihe astute flyer had not been needed, as there had not arisen any problems requiring his advice, lie. drawn mi salary. It becomes ahinnnltv.itly plain that this young man is no politi- cian. If lie had been, in dm first place, he would have accepted nodi- ing hut a yearly salary. The work of his office would seem to have Iron planiu il for the benefit of some politician, and the Irihe of olfice-holdci-s probably view it w ith envy. No work, plenty of pay. is the motto of Ihe politician. EVERY MAN ought (o have :i vmalion. Many of diem are inter- cstod in knowing how it can he d'liie. cmplete some special work al the lersirlmenl of Justice but has re- jeivnd an extraordinary offer which he president did not feel justified n asking her lo decline. President Hoover made public Mrs. Willebrandl's letter 'it lation and his response in whicli IP lauded her record of eight years devoted service lo the government. At die snme lime die White House emphalically discredited re- ports that there had been a ser- ious disagreement between Mrs. Willbrandt and Attorney General Mitchell or between her and 1'resi- dent Hoover. .Mrs. Willebran.U's resignation was prompted by her wish to ac- opt an opportunity to become Washington for the Avia- tion corporation her letter to the president said. i I WACO, May am not dis-, cussing it." Mrs. Mabel Walker tendent Gootlloe antl Other Officials in Party. Haie Hoidt'n of New York, the. new ehairmaii of the Executive Hoard of the Southern I'acilic Lines, accompanied by A- D- Mc- Donald, of New York, presi- dent: M. Lull of Houston, exe- cutive vice-utc'Sidenl: Gall IJ. ICiKuUoe, of 'his division, and many other railway officials, arrived in Victoria at hull o'clock this afternoon ou a lour of inspection, traveling on a sjeiial train of four coaches. j The parly remained in Victoria (m la Corpus Christi. where they will spend die night. They will spend Thursday in the Kio Uriiiidu Valley. This is Mr. Hohleu's first 'visit ti> Te.sas since he became HOODS' m GREENS' BRIGADES TO MEET hest executive Willcbrandl declared from her] r r-rtnum-m piano al the airport here yesterday 11 Cj in ansiver lo a engulf a area f (own, interraptias traffic ALLEGED KIDNAPPER IN offer is doubtful. The. of die si-ih as rerinirins u Imnd for lailli- (ul performance, would seem lo be I all Ilial is necessary lo protect the public against incompetent ron- Last week Hie City of New Vork. in cnu-ideiillK an express elevated j highway, rcjei led a bid of v7J and awarded the job to one. j who bid ?I.S7f.lS5. Just where the j iuieresis of die of Iliav! AVSTIX. May cily will be sened is. beyond our while en route to New lledford. Mass.. lo vetiini Jacl; I'reith. ihai-Bed wilh kidnappius WHAT THE modern yonns man Miss Lee Minter. university locd. .Miecls is not as important Freilh was lale yesier- wlial he sets. I day. _ Ni-v.-s and Kayiiiond Kimepp.-l of N J'l York loday w re nomiiinii'd for ''jibe iiresidency of Kolnvy Intevna- li'lllill In sill .-.'I'd I. H. Kllllon ef Tampici'. M.'i.. at ivenlioii at H.iilas. MABEL -mEBRAHDT GETS BAYLOR DEGREE Ihiit earles do nol bald- hfiide.l until they attain a certain ace. The item is ;v; follows; i i eniiiiiscence was the sub- ject disell.-scd by Col. .1. C. Warden and Mr. Vree Green on Saturday says that Ihe lays but two esss for a sellins, and Ihai n-i simner does be kill a pair of til- in IlKin aiiotber ji.lir lakes of die ncsl." Heir- is W. II our coniitry dionfili they differ ni'on (lie maximum avoir.lnpois of one we told on him die nth' them. The colonel d.'.lare- dint Cloyde says be was sitiin> 'they do not r.wh a creater weicht i Llile cafe last week when May than Iwolv pounds, tllonch he known business man of 111 ikir Will-bran.lt. assist- killed one. lalons of wbir-h he showed him a rini; lie w.s- Si'ii.s afouif-y p: evented to Tiie Advcu.ite, whii h ins and wbiiii li" said bad been trom office w.i- measured from tip In tip of its (lie bis family for yei-n-lday i're.-idelit viin-4.-. feet, wbilp Ihe winirs.tt.at nnml-.T of year.-. il h.id an lionovaiy de- t.r die one which Mr. Gr.-en killed l.irpe k s'l'iiii; and eimuv. eh.li.r of law today and ivreinly ,1 >ix feel nine on tiie stone w.i- a bird res-mblin I lie and he declared that Cloyd.', examniin.-, li.ivl'M- rnuersiiy. more lll.in twelve iHiiuuls. moie cl.is.-ly. it 'MIS will ben-mi- Ttie u.lon. I casles do not be an beirlonm. ri'plicd 111- uiinsi'l for a aviation have white he.ul-. or become li.ilil "wner. ihink it is M.mc odi i.ip.iraiion, until they are two or three kind of a hlr.l." 'Hi" Third County Wen-nib Coinmer.ceinent promam v.-i'.s held ill the auditorium nf die Crnt.al I'ire Station last class arc express- 'e.i l.i dioie uintl.' the (iccasinn lille. flesid.-s (hose OU Ihe should be mentioned Mrs. 'Urn ll.iuiia-. who rliarse of ler.iiion.-. and Miss Anna and Klinor l-'ranu-f v.i-.n the I handed him the of i fni nier ti'slimony ;m'i u d i ____ I Coutinued on two) TO BEGIN v.iil 1-e don.' to the pl.vu and rail- facilities of the saxet. Saml ,n-.d tlr.r, ci Coiuli.uiy. Tiie pl.mt is located near flond waters from the I'ower iev.e i.-acii their highest level atid hlotf tli-.: swiftest. This is af. tha [i.-ol i'f CJldman Hill. The Vlc- Sand atnl Or.ivc-1 Corap.iuy. tugs, dred- Ol.II OIU'IIAKI'. (IXSi -The scln-diil. trans Atlanl i. air protect its im the over- r ee of ba iiven-.l .1 Ku-ls kindly lure show but jut0 ;t 1 owniHjiii-nf lain oniyj Anicrii .in !''lasb." ruiiiiin.: 'for Hi.' (aki'iiff. I W "-'lain la'kl.'s' n i. C. r i BUSTER PAGERS ARE BOUND FOR DEMING X. JL. May V.iniea deiby left in- N'e-i MvM'i-o. 5.)
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