Advocate, September 13, 1929

Advocate

September 13, 1929

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Advocate (Newspaper) - September 13, 1929, Victoria, Texas Filled .JACK KAHN 'f Oplomelriil Welder Bldg. Phono 233 -AFTERNOON EDITION FOK FURNITURE AND GAS STOVES SEE HOLLAND AMOUR Easy Phone 159 to, H, French, Publisher, FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWLSf IN GENERAL. Subscription; Per Annum VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 13, 1929, NUMBER 29 "Timely Topics NCtMAN It boui into the world woik is not born with lilin. STREET PAVING ESTIMATES GIVEN A'lflECENT estimate places llie of tliireholtlws In Ainerl- lies Tweii- Ko Hit number of iierubns slock is about Ihlillelh of the present Intnl. iiwl jnoie alioiil (he stool: of UK country, and that i slcidllxVmii ihlnitliercenlaKe of -'ire interesting tliem- in fill nice So general has nee onto that, for tlie t time in hhtoiy the person of meaiis finds himself in a position lo hiiy interest in the s which lie patronizes or (Yorks for Tins development of stock ex- fhanges in leading cities is rcdiic- jiig the poEsibllllies for crookcil- jitss am! fraud anil emibting the public- lo more easily be Some an active factor In the iridiis and financial structure of the this is in oulbl Hiding economic loicmenl of llie country.: Its so- ul im! political ImpjicMlioits caa- not be. me isurcd. They cannot, 'even be imagined at present.. H the facts of are itny i tumnirov the prescwit invesl- ment tiind of oui nation will comfort anil power to the mi ton ot the people. A CERTAIN motorist iii Knslaml fenud himself facing a justice of lie peict. V fine of five pounds way imposed, ami drawing out his tase, he laid.two noles on llie desk. said ,thu clerk, ''you've mr.de a mistake, -sir; there's ten pounds here" ami lie held np the tivo fivo pound notes. mist iko." said Ibo -niotorist i m out ot this town quicker than I cami! in. CONTROVERSY OVER FUNDS RAISED FOR SALVATION ARMY EFFICIENT iiroductlon of oil is a subject o[ In every American citizen and indus- try A iniijor part ot the world's oil supply conies from the United Stales. In the last CLUarler-eeiilury, with Hie invention ot theauioino- lilli1, tlie of our pelro Iccm' rqtiourres lias been an nui- slRMdiiiK iuditslrial ncnlcveinuiU. Mellmds luwe liecu coniisteiitly improved, cost of production huii Cone down nhil niiinerons improve- ruenlH iiavc lukeii jiiare. The problem of the oil COUIIKUI- ic Is lo milutiiin an orderly ual- .iiico bclwciiii crude oil sumilics and dcnusnil and thus iirevent waste due to Unnecessary drilling ami storage of oil above ground. In several of the great oil fields o' lev i wlerc production under Iho supervision of the State Nail- read Commission lias been in cticel it has.been found Hint oil can be piodiiced In an efficient and iKtnlciiV way to meet the demand oi: a promtinn basis, which simnly means that individual pi'iipei'tie.s arc permitted lo producv pro rativ A lending authority on this sub- jrcl "Orderlv- iimducllon means more economical production with lowc-r cosls to the ultimate t onsmnt-r.'' YOUNG 'HENNERY had come to II, c c-lly to lake- the preliminary slops for becoming president of the United States or something. Thai nli; lleuiiery had utciunpnnleil him for a few last words of admonition and advice. he nskeii. "you see tlit'in mountains of apartment build- "Yes. father." yon slay awiw from them my boy. Thar's gold diggers in tiiar mountains." e you go. always TEACHER (al Alchic. tliat is tbe fourth lime 1 bnve socn you peeping over Ger- ald's sliotiliter! I know, teacher, Gerald writes so badly I can't read it the first Dr. 0. S. JicMulleii requests The Advocate to stale lliat the use of bis name in an article published in these columns yesterday as a volunteer worker in a drive for ion funds was unau- thorized and thai lie docs not care lo have anything fnrOicr lo do with the soliciialion of funds for Hint organization. Or. declares be was dmlrjnan of ibe local committee tor the Salvation Army for two years and each time (ho represen- tatives of the orgiiuizaiioii promised to permit 20 per cent of the funds raised to remain.in cite .community for local relief but'did not keep their promise. Harry Morris; thc Salvation representative now in llie city, when informed of Dr. McMul en's .statement explained that lit, did not know what arrangements were made by previous envoys o llie army, but that when he visitcc Victoria iast year be made il clcai lo the local commiuee that 20 pe' cent of the funds subscribed would be allotted for local charities only if the city subscribed its full quota, which it failed lo ilo. Jn fact> iie said he was given no assistance whatever in soliciting funds and was able'to.rulsu otily n smallsum. He is certain the proposition was the same in previous years and (bat none of llie funds was npporlionecl Cor local relief because 'the town fell short of Its designated quotas. However, in tlie article submit- ted for publication in The .Advocate yesterday by Dr. Jack Kahn, the present chairman of the local com- mittee, the unqualified statement Plan for Relief of Tefcas Cotton Farmers Explained H n K X X H 1929 Victoria Fair Races to be Greatest D. E. -Blackburn to Attend Meeting in Houston Monday. was made thai "20 per cent of the money donated this year will re- main for local nothing about a quota being mentioned. Possibly Dr. Kahn, like former eliaiv- CO-OPERATIVES' FAVORED Will be Able to Secure Four Per Cent Loans for Mem- bers, from Farm Board. H. K. lilaukburu, active. vice-presi- dent of the Victoria "Hank and Triist merrilier of the Texas bank- eis receVtJy Jappuiitfed 'by (Jover- einor Dan Moody to devise a plan lliat will enable the cotton farmers of this slu'te to take ail'rautajre of llio benefits of tjie. Federal turin relief act, will be present in Hoas- ton Monday al tbe first meeting of llie committee. t A plan for the creation ot com- nimiily marketing associations was apiiroved -by the Kxeculive Committee of the Texas Hankers' Association at a meeting of the committee. al Dallas the early man, misunderstands tbe proposi- lion. It is the opinion of Tlie Advo- cate that 20 per cent of whatevcr amounl may lie raised should be retained by llm local committee for home relief without any iiuota restrictions al all, especially Purses Named in Honor of Institutions and Individ- uals Giving Them. THE' MERCHANT'S DERBY Leading Race ol Meet Will Be for Distance of Mile and Piirse of While-in Victoria He Gives Figures Based on Neigh- boring Program. COST PER BLOCK This is for 26-Foot Reinforc- ed Concrete Residential Pavement. Jolin Fci'iner of San Antonio. I former Victorian, is'ser.vins as city engineer of Yoakum ill connec- tion with tlii'.l city's present, exten- A bred reater, number ot thorough- tiiaii has been ii.rTe.vas for 'j icn will abbiire ui luUieslini, sliluf; of iite.13 It tbe District l-'alr next moiitb, mill lov years old, Dr. Hrdlk-ka said. He bores lo return to Alaska to con- tinue bis search, probably on Ibe Kuskokwim River, where lie be- South today after covering I miles Ibc Yukini II twceii ils source flttd its lleves he may be successful. Hoi was assisted by Dr. Vidl Maly. pro-! fessor al Prague University. 'j one nicmbi-r of liie bandit lean1 nbile the oilier smoped np al' six weeks, BHITliWRlAlO TO HAVE MADE 390 MILES AN workhis pressure of -5'} pountls, STENOGRAPHER MAT B'E IN01GTEQ FOR; NJ.BANKSWINDLl i available oreanlxcd LONDON', Sept. llie i-niilriiry Imiications of wau-lu-s, Leader A. 11. Orlcbar was estimated by the Kve- i cvrs was hasliiy i guard all roads. J After his ]virtin.T had taken tlu1 i cash be herded his pilMiners into bank vault. However, the vault Tim rtvimpHor iltM-nioil liistiUe norlliorji portion Uoiipltl. is leuaWo patronizingly Ivml.iy nins News to have made 330 miles i could be unlocked from the inside an hour down-wir.d lu his air trial; anil, as soon as the vobbcrs left I1ENVKK. Sept. t INS) -Ills Frances Curlson. iS-svar-old stem uriiplicr In the Iwnk at Tellurlit faces tbe possibility nf slam inK cluii-ges with t'narles Deli for complicity in IV half million dnlUr biiiV fraiul. A delccllvn said she aitmiltcd I him abe was unwillingly sent of Ihe fake telegrams from Deny Sat- [at t'uHint (mtuy i'.nrt miles up- buildinsr, tin? iiiisoncrs freed that enabled llu-nisdvos save the alavm. tho swindle. ;

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