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   Advocate (Newspaper) - July 8, 1929, Victoria, Texas                                AMERICAN PLANE BEGINS NON-STOP FLIGHT TO ROME "White Gold Frames" Not only the latest, but comfortable, strong and stylish. They aro wearing them now. DR, JACK KAHN Exclusive Eyesight Specialist and Optometrist Geo. H. French, Publisher. VOLUME 31 VICTORI -AFTERNOON EDITION FOR FURN-TURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND mm Easy Terms Phone ISO Timely Topics WHO KNOWS most, doubts most; entertaining Iiope weans recognizing [car. UltOWNINO. A MAN who died In recently Iclt lo be kept in- until 212U, at which data it would amount to HGO.OOO.OOO and distributed. The gentleman looked too far n lit ail. 21i9 conditions may b'J so changed that the money bequest wcn't amount to miicli. THE PATENT OFFICK has Is- sued UOO intents for new devices to curl the hafr. OVER boxes of rouge were used Jast year. in (lie United States ?K I HEARD a I'unuy remark at an Introduction the other day, A tcl- low said to Eviolher: "yon renicm- her Miss Jones, don't "I sjs don't remember her face, but her S knees are very familiar." PARENTS IMAGINE Ihny arc ij good lo their children when father brings In ihe coal, kindling, or at- tends lo the furnace, mows the jfjfl sard, plants ind cares for the gar- -5fjL den; when mother prepares tho py! mculs, washes the dishes, makes up the hods, sweeps the house, looks after the etc. Ilul arc those parents doing the right y thing? Is it essential that Bill and !s Jennie should lie permitted to grow up without any knowledge1 of the sort ot work father and mother do every day? Abraham Lincoln, _r Gen. (nil-field. Calvin Her- bert Hoover, Al Smith, all very much in Ihe lima light in their time, early learned to labor with Ihelr hiinds. Wilbbut any qucstioi lessons a human being can learn is discipline and that lesson should often a companion of labur. does not necessarily mean FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL. __________VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, MONDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 8, 1929. Subscription: Per Annum NUMBER 308 Courageous Airmen Start on Hop to Eternal City. TOOK OFF AT 845 A. M. Believed Roaring Through Mist 600 Miles Out at This Afternoon. OLD OHCIIAIID BEACH, Maine, July dense banks of fog to seek a new trans-Allanlic distance mark In a I.SOO-inile flight lo Home, the Tiollanca monoplane "Pathfinder" was believed (o be roaring through (he midst Mil miles out at o'clock Ibis after- noon. The plane was last reported 75 miles casl of the Portland lightship by a convoy of coastguard amplil- liiau planes. Heamse of the dense fog it 'is not likely that Ihe giant craft was seen as she passed over Cape Sable on the Nova Scotia coast. According to the pilots, Cape Sable was to bo the'last land of doubt, one of the most valuable they were loipass. over this side of President To Honor Former Victoria Physician Victorian To Be Cashier Of La Grange Bank the 'Atlantic.! Undaunted by a series of learned curly in life. It is more denls and delays, thc two courage oils American airmen, Itoger Q Lewis A. Vaucey, punishment. It goes much farther started oti their non-stop flight lo' tlian many imaKine. Discipline j Home when limy swept off lhc beach here at o'clock this tenches efficiency, obediency, uian- liurss and above all else, self con- tiul. It makes for wholesome mcii and women, good homes, fine com- niuiiitk's and a Ijetter loil MISS STATUE Liberty spent her Inificst Sunday in 1X2S when en Scplemher 21 from Ci a. in. to 0 P. in., she waved welcome to re- turning sea travelers. IN SOME iiii.wters the nncstion. wl.al to del with our vice presidents disturbs the, calm. A question, which it appears to us to he of more importance and which it ap- pears is not receiving the attention i> i importance deserves, is to do with t.hs old automobile tires. EINSTEIN SAYS Mint a straight line not Iho shortest distanc morning'bound for (he Klemal City on the most ambitious trans-Allan- tic voyuer: in the history of avia- tion. TELEGRAPHIC BRIEFS K Assistant Cashier of People's National Bank Here Five Years. STARTED AT EOT T 0 M Began Bank Service as Mes- senger Boy for Victoria National Bank. William F. Hofmann, for the past fiye years assistant cashier of the People's National Hank erf this city, has been elected cashier of" the First National Ilnnk of LaUrause and will assuiueh is new duties on July 10. .Mr. Hofmann was born in Vic- toria und is a son fine lule City Street Commissioner oiin llofmaun. lie began his bank service as mes- senger for the Victoria National the Concrete Hank iu his early manhnoil and fol- lowing the nslnbli.sliRieiit of the People's National Bunk Icn years ngo he accepted Ihfc pcsiiion of tel- ler with that institution, being pro- moted to assistant cashier iu lie is a most capable young man and recognized as wie of the host accountants in Victoria. j Lorcn Mcmlell and It. II, itein-! Cicorge Mikcska, teller, will suc- hart registered the 115th hour ufi'-eed Mr. Hofmanu as assistiinl Iheir endnraiici: flight over Culver! eashier; Flarl Fischer, individual City, Calif., at o'clock this! VO REMEMBERCW5IH6 THE YW0WS IN PEP ROOM TWENTV MILES HOME N.O.I WINNER FLIES PER IN BHIIISH RACE inoriilng. Tlie fl.ver.? are confident' of surpassins Hie ITl-lumr record I LONDON', July Klisht Lieut. Atcherley Saturday won the king's keeper, will take Mr. .Mikeska'.s cup nice round llritain. He uvci'ag- established at Cleveland. j keeper. iis teller, nnil John Doiialsnn e the ned individual book- miles one fliers women. hour. Forty- took parl. IneluiHns 3 Fear of mob violence at Tccnm-'V U I UKIA DUlLDiNu' Vlllltrcrt Spooucr, finished fifth. '......................................ACTIVITY MANY HEW HOMES 14-INCH PRISONER were BREAK HOG'S BACKS! SHiELOS COMRABES rrv" _____ thill Col. Arient is to be appoint- Colonel Wilt Decline Position to Newspaper. Had Been Dracjcjetl From Truck and was Cold and Stiff. NO MARKS OF VIOLENCE Shirt was Pulled Over Head and Blood Had Trickled from Mouth. Kugeno Haldaramos, 20, whose dead body was found near the ga- rage entrance in the residence yard of Mrs. Henry Scans Sunday morn- ing, came to his death from unde- termined causes, according to the verdict of Justice of the Peace T. WIFE OWNED TELEGRAPH v The youth had been in o, i i n i "ou "''out n inoutli'nml had worked OOICI raper Year AgO and the Snens farms. Members of Husband Will Start An- saw him w sitting on a chair under a tree in Ihe yard late Saturday evening and lie acted like he was drunk. A member of the family discovered other in New York.- Col. Lytion a. Antcnt. former physician of Victoria, who was Her- bert Hoover's iiersonal representa- tive in Kurono during the World V.'ar and under Hoover's direction supervised tiie lehihilitalion of Roiimania, in Victoria for a few hours Sunday from Houston. liis dead foody early the following mornlni; and immediately notified the authorities. The body had been dragged from the bed of a truck that vyas stahd- In the yard about sixteen, feet Tlie lower part ot where he was called on business' from New York >'oml1'8 Bllirl had been pulled Col. Ameut close frtend l.ta hcutl arms, President Hoover, who him "biK'C as a highly executive, no ,va of llc Hoover ,.U3ue of hefcro and during the and services in be- Ml: of Die were consid- lirt, were crossed above He was lying on his The body, which was cold and stiff, bora no marks of violence, hut blood had trickled from the month. ICxcept for the shin, the clothing was undisturbed. between two [mints. got a Iinilc of a hundred per cent several years ago for demonstrating lo It'iv-her's satisfaction, that a between twu points anil we don't picpose to hav soli led lo the removal early today from Ihe jail there In (he Oklahoma! City jail w.1 Thbmason, Federal prohibition olficor. ami three imssemcn held in connection wilb the. fatal shouting of .James j _____ Harris and Oscar Lowery, Therc is considcrabh: durmg a Fourth of .Inly liquor raid. jMlivitv in a( tjmc> The raiders are charged ivilh mtir- OXTOHD, Neb., July S j jtr.iics that broke liogs' backs de- vastated a strip of land niic to five miles wide JUKI 20 miles long in this vicinity recently. Some of the stones measured 1! inches in circumference. ItJ.CIf.VO.VD, (nil.. .Intj- tit to one of the best places Federal service in New York. ai-mi-u m jsew The II a prisoner paddles noisily (Q in the hath ami bursts.for.h In- ,s t, to baihroom. harmony, exuberant j porl york spirits are not always the sole j cause, Sheriff Henry Long ot i I .Ma} in Victoria about this U ayne County, hm learned I-'oi- while Robert Williams, nc- The body was given a pauper burial in the 'Evergreen Cemetery i a few hours after it'was found. No 111 lc 'iinlopsy was performed. Mrs. Kfieiis is the widow of former Deputy Sheriff Saeus, who met death iu an automobile accident at Pierce a few months ago. ruinorcil appointment, Col. Aincnt declared that Victoria News of Long Ago der. pecially in the residential jtricts. Contractor I.onis t'rb'j Commerce Itoherl hvt, -i electric hut-j rive-room collages tor if trun. merely proves that th small boy wtm is sent on mi errand and (old to hurry straight hack, knows he is doing he takes a mure or less erratic, course huinc. WE ARE reminded as we turn i WIIK'AT I'l.A.VTKI) IS" COIT.VTV Ii is estimated that between 7w and Si'o acres of wheat has been sown (his season by the farmers i of this county. Mr. K. K. Sihlcy bus ,hj.. landsnne I estimates made of iv- -c, j qmsjtr for a (louring i, South-! mil] liKI u.on t.mncs in J' next spring will un ihiuht be in Secretary of some fellow coins i and upset that now. Also. :tt "fs "fficfi "'asliiiifrton and K. M. day lo inaugurate (ralll coast air-rail service, Xcw and Los AnScles within IS i ern norlinn of citv neir Un- I) l C hours of each Tar llospUa" j present wheat of this counly r Tim same contractor is complet-j Secretary of Davis has ap-1 ing a beautiful seven-room homej pointed William II. lingers coinmi's- ;fnr T. C. Callioun on .Vorth Wlu'i'I-j sioncr of to mediate jer -Street on the lot adjoinlnc tlicj street car strike in New Or-1 Callioun and Ibis morniim IJiis Th November 17. 1877. is more experimental Hum other- wise, we are pariiriilarly anxious lo si'e it Thc ICK1) KISIL Mr. I.onis !-'ril7. s'Mit lit I safely and j snbsideil. An Ifyi.k's home on -South Main Si: Other tors are ,y as Tims. on Tuesday i a finv led fish e. cr spade f, after s iidcfu, of the ,hlM stubborn Blnhc thc hack llosers'arrival at Xcw Orleans ami i hnu.e on So.ith l.iherly Slreot. Jlr.i .in.) obsrrv.- Ihe many :H1gIe worms thc wst fow wriBRliiiR their way lo srciirily .tiiat worms no better cents ;i ilozi'ii on Ihe Northern An X'ia> was Inkcs last summer. It niiRlil lie a 1tl of Killg n.oie murK.-l Hio right chest where tl wcrms yew and permit some-j Minis from an abscess never entiiv-i _____ I nul will-mn'v ih i on, lo raise the j !y hpillwl. The king is under! Tonight Tuesday p.rUv j I'hysicians' care. [cloudy and probably showers. 11-n.m The Advocate of .lime S.JS7S :el. which was :imons ihe lir.sl install- 'iut-i I r, on Ice- by this enter- itcah-r I'mm Imliaiiola. Mr.   of the publication. About .1 ag.) Mr.'.' Amvnt sold and ratn'InnMi. Amollt is I fame as an actress. Co. Ament and m wspaper a IKMV pub-.' Ms pilll tcation. which h.. said would be in (ho patterntd niev York..chests nf .vrl Times. All the stm-V liU Marie. The kins, on a nuai- corporaiinn has alro.vly her of occasions his dealh, Mr. furgiisi.ii niii-ivd I he service, n1'1'11 Mibscribed. funlior slated, [look the oppoiinuity to express his of jlic Kouihcrn Pacific System in Mrs. Amcm, Ijei'.ir.. her marriase Btalitud" In Col. Ameut for the lal Fi'lM-navy. 1SS7, the fnllowing' -Mr. Thomas, wwke in sti..iqlileuins out year was promoted to conductor, C.ition of Uoiision and ataineil jthe aft'.iirs of his st.-icJ.on kiagdotu.   

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