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   Advocate (Newspaper) - March 22, 1933, Victoria, Texas                                It MAY BE YOUR EYES" WMT Cornet OR. JACK KAHN OPTOMETRIST Phone 233 for Appointment 509 Welder VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR AND GAS STOVES SCI Holland Furniture Co. MOM 1M GMI H. French, Publiihw FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND. SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL VOLUME 35 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 22, 1933, NUMBER 176 Timely Topics Truth forever on the scnffold; wronj forever on the PETULANT DKIUUS mill older wives in ii huff, otlon tliroiilcn to "so buck to mother." Tho word mother eouveys the Iflou security ami comfort null right now ninny of the Irniihluil people of this country are Koins hack to old Mother lOurlli. Just a short while hack, I he farm lost Its ajltractlvolless for lots of people, but liuiiKer, mint mill troubled minds make many moru want to tako refiiKe back on old Mother Earth. FOOIt IXDUSTIillOH. SUIT SENT BACK FOR TRIAL K M K K H X K H NEW TEETH.IN 6AS IT T Q A A i D i T n TAXLAW WILL SAVE jU. Acts to Aid Persecuted Jews in Germany TEXAS K M M M M M AUSTIN', Tex., .March .shroud of darkness Umt has robbed Texas of In tax revenue.-; yearly and pui'mittcd development a tremendous "racket" in Texas Awaits Action at Austin on 3.2 Beer rasoline been turn zinc published In the interests of commercial foodstuff, thinks "Nor- thern food producers are rapidly I Ilwa-v b-v KUK loshiK nn important market- for (ax enforcement hnv, in (lie opinion tlio South. The de- pression start (Ml ;t vnst movement. th.-lt likely to dec reuse tho dependence of tin? Houthua.sl on outside .sonreeK of supplies of food for both man and animals. It is estimated that about III) per emit of tin; supply of fruits, vegetables and moats recjuired in tho .Southeast in was pro- duced in Unit section. Approxi- mately 5" per cent of tlie animal feed requirements also was lo- cally grown last year, comparing with Jij per in Ihe JUL'fM'y period." WIO WEKK VISITINC friend in a nearby town rucuntly. by. We Hindu, some imiulry about, liim. "Thai- our friend said, "deserves a Io! of credit ftir Ihe tiling he has tried to do. For years lie has looked just like thai. He bas worked early and late just to make a living for his family ;md liftcp bills paid. II has not been erfsy. Some tiines he haw bait fn put bill colledors off until tlie next mouth. Through some slip up in the natural st'lie'mu of things he has JIBE OTIGKED of elosu observers at the capltol. The bill, passed by both bouses, was signed tjy the Governor Tues- day, it becomes effective immedi- ately as an emergency measure, and repeals all previous legisla- tion on the subject. The now law makes deliberate evasion of the gasoline tax a felony jail sentences nt' from one to six with fines of from to months and penitentiary lerm.s up to two years. II creates a motor fuel tax tlivis-' ion under the stale cumplrollor. with two lawyers and a full force of invcslisators. auditors, chemists. CONSULS INSTRUCTED In Unique Marital 1 angle Eight are Jews and Amnesty Act Thwarts Punishment Sought by U. S. rif American Representatives pay them. Their nc.Liviltes are ox- jn Germany Told to Re- port Persecutions. WASHINGTON. March The new law sets a chemical tandard for gasoline. Provisions f the law dealing with manufac- ture, transportation and nitirketliiK llil-v "it- cause of sasoline are as "thief- "Upresjilon of the Jewish race ijdf" as possible. Complete hinds. The American amhassy in Merlin received fnsirnrlions to noiify j every American i j records inns! lie from the run of crude oil un- til gasoline into a nover been what you would call an t..M.t mlls( be Germany to inn lie a report ou j efficient man. Me is conscious of his inability but this has never him. lie has continued to work and do I In- he.st he Knew HEARNE MAN MILS WIFE, SON AND SELF IN FIT OF MADNESS travel or own a home as pretenti- ous as he would like, hut be lias "paid his way." The words, "paid his way" remained with us. Koine- how after alt .the fellow who pays his has done a job. lie has not suffered tlie humiliation of (jailing on the .Salvation Army or tlie Red Cross or the {'niuily Com- missioners fur help that some other man has earned. He bas paid his VCK A MAX who not lone (ion a I any t inn1. Hooks in IKS also oilier lax-free fue'ls commonly put with gasoline, and retailers may be cheeked lo see if Ihey sold such ury fur one tri keep a after it three alleged perHecution of Jews under! limes, 'there fii'ein.s to be a dhlVrrnL rule for iiuitriiiLuiiy. ttih-.s I1, Hillerism i AVnthcriH sun of ('olunc! and .Samuel Price Wetberill, of Philadelphia, and won his wil'o. Mrs. Justine -Ionian Wetberill, tliree litmw and lo.n her Lhree times via tho divorce irouri. Not only that but lie was held in SSOO bail on a statutory offense charged by the HINDENBURG'S ACTION THWARTS PUNISHMENTl .March ex-wife, who is shown in court FAMILIES IMPLORE ACTION DEFERRED tli lax evasion, by which a relailer mixes tax-free, fluids with lax-paid gasoline, and colleels lax on the vntire. amount. j The old familiar answer of lXl don't know" to official is now outlined. The records must alleged Nazi storm troopers who RUSSIAN MINERS TO END HUNGER STKIKE llimlenbm'K today. The chief exet'iit ive charges the Nazis and Nn- WAI1SAW, Mardi 'lionalists who prior to ON PETITION FOR BAND TAX VOTE The- Cily Council at its inx-Mni; li'.Ml nielli deferred action on a Hlunv. livery must tho iu lux soi.arntely from tho llu: Milll, the (or Unit n nn.torlsl vllli; Amerie.-ins iivonme i-iin ilr.-iw Ills tacked were own conclusions. And every dealer i miners self-ellfoniheil under tiroiinil lo cnil Ihcii- hnn.tier strilo must allow Iho mime of tin: rlrin MURDERED JEW'S BODY U-hieh MIC third wliich ptiiil Iho lux. I DEPOSITED AT CEMETERY j from 111. Uvi-n trucks. Minkeiirs anil nil LONDON, SI a r c- h 2-'.- of Iheir iniiu- Ihoy vvnnlil n- j other vehk-les that transport motor u'on.vriKh, vtvlil ile.alls or ami- in ,s, i must In; ready ul nil limes lo Semitic nclivilicK in tier.......y in- eimM -m Marhl.-. owni-rs. I] rehltivu who (Neil. 'I'llc Ants larfjo cnoutih that Io most peo- ple It represent a fortune Hill! illllopendenee for life. The re- cipient of the estate, however, has done little else since his Kood for- Itiiii! came his way excepl alioiit. taxes. lie worries more over the luxes he has lo pay than a manifest sliowliig Ihe lypo dereil Jewish elltzi-.i has heen di- moiit folks we know who do not amonnl of his rarKo. its origin. imsiled al Ihe entrance of liave nnyllililK. worry aliont Iheir deslinalion and the amonnl. of lax semee Cemelery in Merlin linv condll'ion and their shorliu-ss of j I" addition, every dealer must been received hen- from nnini wish and employmenl. lliounlil record Ihe nnmher of liny truck peachalile KI us wo listened lo him the other day port of a municipal hand nnlil the new aiimiilisllalion ijnalilies ill April. Tire pelilion refincdlrd !hat Ihe flection ho called for Ihe same dale Ihe soncra] cily olcolioi I Tex.. Jlaivh IS. ril-yeiir-uld eU-ctrlclan. I shot and killed his wife and son. then took own life ai his home hero Tuesday in ii fit of mafine.sH. Mrs. Uoaxe. wa  burial sronnd In the r.erioai merely increased his burden and polnled out. today the fact that Ilia worries. Instead of hrlllsius j every peace in Texas Is em- i T Tri nT peace and coiHenlment to him. it j pmverod lo stop and Investigate Til All I i.s lirlngliiR worry and fretllilE .....I j any carrier, mid nrBcd them to do I "VWWI.I UW I IU njl is lleslroyiiiK Ills peace of mind be.. so. "Only by geiiernl inlci'csl and i MCVT Tfl DCI ciiiiso he has lo pay taxes. Mosl hy widesin-eail public ednciillon can llCA I IU nLLlLTL folks would ralhor have less and j ihis be rocoyo.rod for tin; llflnTPlPr Jinvu tlm c-npiu-ity lo enjoy il than motorists, for schools MUK I uAut be hnrdiMied with (jrcnt posses- j for Ihe depaymeiil. fill CLEANUP WEEK TO BE OBSERVED HERE ONAPRIL2T09 slons Hint rob Ilicm of Iheir peace j county bonds." Iho iissoclafion's j mid content mid apoll Iheir diges- j siatemenl. .said. L WASlll.N'riTON'. .March lion mill rob Iheir night of rc.il- -liellef for tho morlKaKe fnrmer THEO SIMON DIES AT HOME IN GUERO i Iii Ii ;i I'oiiniiiiiiii'it- tiuii riTclvMl hy ihr ciiy from ill-' j SI al c l''iiv Ilisiiniticr :AciiiifA Miiyiir Juki- llummoi will nl' April In !l CliMli- iu Virhn-iit Jinil inyiui: ils oh.sorviiiif of I.KdISbATUllKS like to make a] (nriiot of Ilie sehools and Ihe sellonl j leiudiers. Tiixpnyers look al. a Hcliool tcnelier's salary as all prof- it, rogiirdloas of how small If Is. Ill many dislrletH school leaidiers' wuguii linvo boon eni In two wlillo llio lioard Hun. leachcrs pay has mil liucn reduced more Ihnii Ion per (Mini. Oilier (llslrlels are us fair III tho nuillm' "f .liniinl nluifKeH as llinchor'.s milnrlUH- -when (he sill- ary' IlllH heol) rill lll'lwo, the hoard has lieen cut In 'rim Record ciirDiiicJori Iho di'iilli of ''I'liou Siniuii. ul' dial city, Mr, Simon formerly renidofl in (Jnliifd County nuar the Colotlu- coniinnnlly of (Ids county, but IK; liiid Ilvod In Ciict'o for iniiny vidM'H. llu in mirvlVf.Ml Ity I i i and Ihe small lioim> owner I nii.vt on Prrsidt-nt ItDonctvoll's lyg- j IsliLtlvo It WHS iiniumnccd at. Mir Will I u llousi- Mint. Hut lii'sl (Iran of thn 'now UiKlslnliou .oxUMidiiiK this re- J liut' would lit; ruiidy liy Krldny. nnil Tin.- ptii itiun tin1, t'tniiicil M on ilu y nit: lit uinl Hut council ri'i-i'sscd until niiiht. ;i iin ophiinn front thn  fvci'c illliL-rirt. Tlh- pi-lilfntl by nins liundrcii and ci'.'Vi'n properly piiyi'r.s. nvi- (I by -iCihi lo levy ;i lax not half a mill on ill.- ilulhir of proiH'riy vnliios for iln- stipiinrt- of ninnicipiil Jmnils. This wrtnld amount lo f. ci'iiis nn UK  JKM1 FAVOR BEER FOR TEXAS pl.r y.-nr, It-nuiiK b T ;i -lif- Tlit- 'IVxas th.msr ol' Tii.- ooinn-il tiv.-s in ;i days adopi 'Hi was iiiiK.-iHhn.'in lo tin- Art ;o SUfnci'jni. NEAR BERTRAM, TEX. cuiiiny. .Mr. VDKI callnd Mr. Sunday ai'i'-nmoii Wiiltcv ivprcscnts Ibis rllMritit MurllTi ami oihort in Imvcr IHHISI-. in Iparu   AiiHtin lo }i. j invi-iMuniiuir th'-y round UurlxnK nuilf.siiukrs in iln- .i-Mi. Tlmy cd ;lic iijiiufon ilu- lnM-r anifMid- fa.sk'iuMl :i on uii'iii would lie adiijitcd by ilto cad ol' ;i loim siic-k am! pullcil ilu> J Hoiisr bv a siittMiniiial majority   people of pIV.t-( over live lY'd Innn. ami h.id Kf j wll'u, Mrn. ('arrlo ftiuldu SI- coolor l.nnljxlil. .monttral- iiulhm'ttlrs not iH'Mon i orably n-poried by ilie ih-s they kiilod and! mon, db'd a short Mine ugo. 1 fair. I iiwihiHl boy, rlRii HelaMous CnmmlitiH'. j   original national prohibition en- forcement law. or Volstead Act, limits the alcoholic content of legal beverages to one-half of one per Congress has now amended the Volstead Acf. by changing the alcoholic con tent to 3.2 per cent, and our Legislature can do the sain; thing with respect to the Dean Act. It is simply a question of whether we want legal and wholesome beer or illegal and unwholesome beer. By maktny the chnnge we would help to bring about a revival of busi- ness ;md provide the state with much needed revenue. But if we don't adopt this course now we will be compelled to dc so eventually, especially by the ac- tion of more forcsighted and kss bigoted border states, au happened in the CAM of tho bank holiday.   

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