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   Advocate (Newspaper) - June 25, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                "While Gold Framet" Nol only th? latest, but comfortable, stylish. They arc wearing them now, DR. JACK KAHN Exclusive Byejight Specialist and Optometrist -AFTERNOON EDITION. FOR FURNmjRK AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR 1 Easy Phono 159 1 jSeo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSF JN GENERAL. VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, TUESDAY AFTERNOON, JUNE 25, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 298 Timely Topics OH, FOR boyhood's time of June. r CnnvdiUf; years. In one .brief moon. HUNDREDS OF Victoria County fiiini boys ivtd ylrls -Hid lhe.tr pur- tills today were in tiUcuilance at (he first AKik'Ullural Hliort Course 1 and Club rialiy, an event thai Is destined to become an annual cele- bration fur rural people of this cn- k tire section. Tht. Kalhering of Vic- toria Comity People, whlcli niim- liered fully was augmented by hundreds of farmers and their fiuniltcy from Ihe neighboring coun- ties. At noon Mf Club boys and fiirls wen.' hosls to ilndr iiarenls at a huge barbecue. C'lnli dunces- nous ;ilso served foods tti the hundreds or visitors at nom- inal iiriccs. A number prominent speakers ntnoiiK ilium I'residi'iu 'I'. 0. V.'at- thrciigliuut (he day's pro- lectnri'o Alt of were. Indulged in, with nvizes soiiiK to tho rospoftive winners. 30-iiicce Hoy Seoul Hand i--avf a concert in the laic nfter- lioon. Tlie program will he in thnriM cf die Victoria Csuuher of Cbiniiiei-cc from 7 p. in. lo 10 p. m.. at which time die commercial dub will provide some lively en- (o'tiiijiini at. The Winners' l.nnciieon C'lnh k-irdored UK- A. and M. College ex- perls and members of the press a mimil ;u thu o'clock. Ueiiver Hotel at NO MATTER how many beer kitiss they kill in Chfc-ago there ways .seeiris to be about us. many left. fT'S THE CARELESS driver who is reckless. CLOSED WINDOWS I death rale. raise the THE OLDER ive set, the traztci people become, .'t'he above item appeared lust week in one of our exchanges. ohiit the mime of Hie author for the Reason that ive do not believe Ihe expression is (lie result of more than a flippant thought, li it is then Die Individual making; it should try and discover what is the matter wil'.-. himself. ive think the young, people of Ihe d.iy are Iho smart est. iive.sl j-ronji i.f individuals thai tJic world has ever seen. They average boy or jtirl who graduate? 'IJ'C'in liifh school today is as ivell cdiK   years To our way of looking at il Ibc people of foi'iiy have in Ibem the milking- of a very .superior race tomorrow. SOMETIMES WE believe the stories on the Scotch were started hy some tightwad of anolber na- tionality as ;l sort of a smoke siicen to bide Ibeir own sliusinfiss. VICTOR K ST H YOAKUM BAIL MEN COMING HERE FOR PIC.N1CJATURDAY Tlie Southern Pacific employees of voaknm will wme to Pleasure Island next Saturday, Juno lielr annual picnic, arrangements for same having been completed by a. committee composed of if. I-J. .Morgan and Jotin Olsen, who came to Victoria Monday for that pur- [JOSC. The committee slated (lint ap- pinxiinalcly SOO employees and lic-ir families would conic for the [iienic and they extend an invitar tion to all of Victoria to :orne ditiv.i to Pleasure Island and nave a Kood time .Saturday after- noon as (hey arc liritigins the Huske Orchestra to musiol for the iliindnx which will be.dti p. in. Added to this diversion will be .swimming contests; in which .several prizes he ed for the various events. The Missouri Pacific lias fjiveu ptrmissinn for the S. P. train bring- ing the picnickers to run over their tracks and unload on the DnPre spur and also to return for them Ibeir homeward trip about 7 p. m. 'f'be Voakuzn committee wished it understood that all who wished to come would be welcome ami that they would enjoy the day much more if Ibe people of Vic- toria would join in their festivi- ties. 1 News Transmission History By Telephone MadeHtlQlISW mm IT FIH5IEM" Grandfather Drops Dead After Children Drown Finally Makes Grade TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS A lenk in his air lank having hocti hurriedly rfpiiirtd, CaiiUin I'vank liohlcr ot the Irans- conliuental iiou-biLoii flisht rctoril, look off from St, today on second lej; ot" his flight from Los Angeles to New York. Unoii Vork, Hawka will at- tempt lo break his cro.ss-coun- tr> veconl uT !S hour.-: ;nnl 20 mill- pcitilsr wo otrh c.TirjU'iioji wn fiu.uier than of. ji hut fottml some f ny S< otrh man of jinv I'rcsiil'.'nl Hoover today signed p-recliiinalion ftn-mally the Moulder dam project in effect. A sevca-stiile compani marks the settlement of interstate ipiai-rels of yeiirs standing which have pre- the Catherine M. Mornn of Philadelphia has been saving from htr salary as typist to attend flying school. She lias finally made the grade and holds the distinction of being the first girl to receive a'student's pilol license and federal flying permit Pennsylvania. UnU-inations I Xcwsrccl) venlcd the development ot Celftratlii Itiver basin. I'apt. Charles Kinssford-Kmith anil Him: companions hopped off from Hyrlney. New South i today on :i to Der- by. Xorlliwi'sl Australia, on the first IVK nf their from Ans- Irali.i lo in their famous Monoplane ".Southern Cross." BATHER THAN BE WITNESS'IN COURT He Hollywood's fam- (loi; movie actor, ilicil today. w.is is years old ami hail lieen Relative Succumbs Upon Reaching Scene to Join in Search. HAPPENED NEAR EDNA Myatery Disease Wastes Floy's Life Children Were Waclintj in Lake on Lowrance Ranch and Stepped into Hole. Special To The Aiiviifau-, KDXA. Tex., .liine wo culoreti eliilihen. 1'illniore Williams. T. anil Humes, S. were tlrnwneil in 11 laku near the Navidml itiver on the Lowj-ance llaneli in Jackson t'unnty Snndny The children were wad- u; in th" wlit-n they stepped into a tit-en iiol-j. Noijoily was neathy at the lime. children left the home of Isaac Karnes, father of the ptrl. in flic afternoon anil when they not return hue in the eve a party way to search for them. Some honr.s later their boiiie.s were recovered from the laku alioiu lull y.lnls from the names liome. lloherl oi of tlie victims, who came fuim his ilm-u miles liistanl lo join in the sijnrc.il, (iroppcii dead ;tt his snn'H lunne upon enterin.i; s lielieveil the ex- A. and M. Specialists Parti- cipate in Instructive Program. BIG BARBECUE FEATURE Weather Ideal and Crowd Has Enjoyable Time at Pleasure Island. N. S. Representative R< ceives Story of Opening of Parliament. Tin- first Annual Victoria Coun- ty Short Course, held at beautiful Pleasure island on the. western out- skirts of tliis city today, far- med ideal ivealher .ind prov- ed lo be most successful. Tho ionr.sn was by the C'ouuty <'oiincil of Ihe Boys' and Girh' 4-H Asi'icnUnral Clubs in to operation wiih Ihe Victoria Chamber of Com- men-is anil iho A. and .M. College of Texas. The attendance was es- timated at from three to four thou- sand with practically every farin- community in this, inimcdia'.o June The assfmily was called to First News Story in History Sent to Plane from One Side of Ocean to Other. I.ONT10X transmission hl.-tory was 'to- Oriental parasites, a diseas: as K.ila-Azar, are believed slowly day when the London em-respond- the hlooti of George Mustier, ,-jrjet) 14, in a'SJgJch .Y. ll thl: News Ser- hospital. His blood must be replsnishecf every vicfk with- healthy I vice telephoned direct 10 Homer II. blood as the only means known of him alive. When appeals j Ration editor of tile Inter- ior volunteers for the trnnslusions were ssr.t out. fifteen people came forward to aid the boy. Intel national NYnsreel) CONVICT SUSPECT LARGE ACREAGE IN HELD AT SINTON' DEWITT COUNTY IS i LEffl FOB OIL SINTOX. .Inne A inun fiis- petted of heinj; one of tile pris- ________ oners who escaped from the stale (Ctiero llciordl prison farm at Clemens, near lions, j Iir vafieil interest in possible oil j the oucuiiant of an airplane on the national Mews Service, in the cabin of an nirnlane high over New Jersey, a news story describing the of the Hritish Parlia- ment and (lie re-election of Kdward A. rilzruy to the office of siieak- This was til in history transmitted directly from one side of the Atkuuii: to ton, was tuken from a bux i-ar on dcvt'Ioinnent in County has a freight train Monday liy Deputy evoked ihrn-jjh the recent H. M. Downds of Odcin. '1'he IIIMI he was from Unui Ohio, lie wore a cartridge hell activities   lunnn. .iroiiinl Ihe falls he met a friend. AUcr tlie "And where is the Dark at Ihe "fib IMI." replied Sandy. "I left her !i ill I'hiliidelphiii, sin ate today when a motion lo print the bill on favor.iblc minority re- HAZING DROPPED BY GEORGIATUDENTS ATLANTA. .Imie I'niversity or freshmeii; will mil be bawd iirxl >ear II voted by tbe .student hndy retenll.v, but they must continue to aloi and must not enter pool rooms. l.AKKDO. Jinn- .ipinr- t'lilly from ambush as he sat in his iUlomotiilc at the sale of liis iVance riini ii in Mexiiii llie bi'iiy of .lann.s II. r-iln Mondiii. ii.iil rancii. four miles nrnlhW'S', Laredo. In eiiRnse in a Sliorlly afler mion he stalled luck In Laredo. M m. Ililee started for l.ineiln. They loilnd in iiis (ar ;ii Ihe h cate. h..vr an opiiortiinily In UM- "e.ilioii lie bail in bis is CIH-I.I ImiidiiiK in T. therefore lo he retained for Giaves. n Icwlins dry Roods dealer j mother year. .Should the demand that plan-. The price paid was i ft" stock be iioiid next year. pMlies have vice licf-n eiisasrod for several weeks in! to l: extensive operalions in various soc-j linns of llur coiinly. The present pl.ly hy i of tlii'sc- compiitiies who! In.ve found unusual conditions that w.uTruited liieir in tak- conversa'.iuns were clear ex up leases tn protect themselves for occasinaal brief breaks .'shuiilii icsts for oil lie mad.-. j'li'e apparently funliy radio com- Til.. Inr.ni'sl leases niivie by any! muniralinn helwren tlie ailplun'. are situated in the relay stulion at Whlppaiiy. eastern of tbe inilnty in ________ "id near Terryvill... cdaimunity and laKfii by tbis com- i'-iuy. whlili so is (In- first lo i'ii'--r that immediate section nf Ih0 conuly (.u.-r sevel'ill .Air. Res.iii bus determined iv-i l-'roin Tlie Advocate of .Seplem- has b.-.ised main in business here and will re- he'.' 5. mcive tlic unsold portion of hisi sloi-k In this city, tie has CALLKU TO VICTOh'IA. ed lots mi Oiamoiid Hill1 The l-'.piscopal near the iiKiit Catholic Church.; cily have extended a cull t'.' wiil have iiis Judiiinola resi- Ilev. A. Hurduulis. the luist deuce removed to this ,vears ;tt Kin. df Jluy 1SS1. jiuke charsc of the here. I Mr. Uurroushs is a l.vonng still unmarried. ,aud ivas fninially   lio him and possession is to be sivcn i Is li-ely that nearly JiW.HDv head in j MFHIP AI QflPIPTV Siiiteniln'i- I. It is understood he forwarded from this point. Hie (Jnl'f 1'ruiluclinn OUulLl I GIVES DINNER FOR VISITING order :it a. m. hy J. 1'. Bar- riiiKton, general chairman of thu Mr Clubs, and the invocatiott was Siren by Rev. L. pas- of Our l.ady of l.ourdes Cliurc-h. K. Kranz. cliainniin of the Pro- am Committee, then succeeded Vr. uaiTiiigtou as presiding officer. "America'' and "The Eyes of Tex- was sung by the entire asseni- M.-IKI- with Miss Velva' Don-e. as song U'iider. The ivefcome a'lldrcss- 2-s were given by Judge li. L. Uan- iel for the county, in the absence oL' County Judjje J. J. who is in Austin on official busi- ness, ami hy Mayor S. S. for the city. The response.-; were by Uor.iiid Hill, president, of, th-J Coinuy Federation of Clubs. and iieliien Taylor, president of the County X-4-H Club, liolll of these young men made most credit- able addresses. At 10 a. m.. Dr. R ii. Shields .issuuied of thy metjlins while a lu'nlth lecture siveu hv Dr. K. Thompson of Kerrville. Tlioi'tiiisou conducts u luberctt- l.-ir sanitarium m Kerrville and-is one nf Ihe out-standing sii'echiilsts the slate. lie was tendered a. dinner by llie lii'.l .Mediuil Siiciety at a special tin- society held at the iii-nvt-i- Hotel upon Mis, arrival iu Ihe i iiy List He artrtivss- i i Die society ,111 "Tlie Difficulties ilinniiii; vs A in-; oivK srs. McivtiiKlit COLTS. and St'Mier Ihis They were sllipjiill.: ami ,1 Ihry no Ihe mlts. po.-ini a notice to lue beys th.-ni nf Ihe pro- (iisii of juvenile Nine.' ir.lt boys cillitl- lo ivi rive .1 mid v.'e ileiiMiiii was siu'fii ient tu lull u'inilier offered on h 'vrins.-- From the Ad- ,11" nf c'AI'Ti.i: SHII-.MK.S'T.-i. i'l the. large j The into l.aViu-a j icni Sni-icty. at e to Sweet illere yeslerd.iy Dr. Sum K. iniiin in ittti'T fails ot tin: iimn.l'if Ihe Dnnx-r Hotel. Ull. j soellons. indicate ilivvr will j slmit (i, some timeibercuhir M. H'ill coadnct services at l.'dmt. whelf- a small lion has been As s liislion Klliol! fi'i-ivards tin.' of the new church to be ci by Ihe (onKreKalinit brie, th" v, ill i nmnience. FuiMs tn build iiuiie a Ii.tinlsome t in'f; illrcady on Iiftnd. I'lolr Advoi-iilo of 1. n-- IIL'I'f-M- pi Ul'e. i'lalis iiinl is il i niniMiiifs for cur. jknnuii "Imliiiii. will'Of lubcrcld d-.'fvr any immediate Medical Si In this terril'.iy. whidi tic -e (irac- WEATHER REPORT ,-hipin-d K. CU; scasotl .iv.-r 1-J.O'l.l about The Illlli MKIE ON TIIK lilVKK. Fritz (terii'-r wi d nf and nearly ninde <-M nrsion trip diuxn th I. I year sliipnients riier to llie rut! tomoirovv, IIM ited nvei- cattle. Tht- ini; lhu lauding at I'l a. m.-- l-'r.ii in was due to (The Advocate of June 1SSO. MICHIGAN PRIZE WON BY ODORLESS SKUNKS Mich sk'JU.'vS I'lil u-ielit (J-oiKe lietz. Arthur .Mrs. A. Hill. U'. If. I'rain. w. K. frmiz, .1. II. SlD.ui. Mrs., C. Wiuoorn and 11 K. ll.-irpin occupied must of the These Meetings, w-ere .-icdres.-eil by spei ulists from tho ivice Dupai'diieiit Of the A. ami .M. Cnlfese. ineliiilins K'. A. .Mill'-i-. si'dke en soils; H.HIiehl. district, ajeut. impnivemeut; C. .V. Shcpherd.-.'ii. dairyiiu-: ,1. r. Kos- oiu-li. p.'ran culture: Mrs. IMr.i j K. and K. .V. illi.'llKii-c.-n. P-, an district also T. Walton, pre-i- 111" A. mid .M. I'ollcse. iiav, d-liver-iil the princip.il -.s. lo allcud be- matters il'e-.'in at Austin. R. of (be 11SJOU 'lil'S'7 June 11. Shields. T. DeTm ere a pvize ex- Tar. Jr.. .1 il Lander, y al the f.irm Mnll.-n. .1. V. Story.   

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