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   Advocate (Newspaper) - May 12, 1933, Victoria, Texas                                "IT MAY BE YOUR EYES" WMT Cornel DR. JACK KAHN OPTOMETRIST Phone 233 for Appointment 609 WekUr VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION- FOR FURWnntl AND GASSTOVES1U Holland Furiitiri Ct. FJUY Terms CM. H. French, PubWwr FIRST, VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY, SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL Subscription: 96.00 Per i VOLUME 35 VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATE. FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MAY 12, 1933. NUMBER 218 Timely Topics IN THE MINDS OF MEN THE FUTURE ALREADY EXJStS. TOO iUANY MEN dto' suddenly in their nrilos. Ono picks up newspapers In ev- ery city tuul reitdH of notable lead- ers who dropped (load ;it their clonk, on tlio street, in thulr home, or on the golf course. SoinuUriios llifi report varies, and wo are told that tlio victim went to hod with a cold which suddenly turned into double pneumonia. Tim prominence or Uicso men in- dicates that alight heed IK given to the warning of doctors Urn I every- one should submit to a yearly ex- amination. One of the Follies of limn kind is the universal refusal to admit that we must slow down when wo readi the fifties, Men say, "I'm as hard and strong as and 'engage in violent exorci.se, or expose their bodies to unnecessary abusa If not common sense, then I duty to his, family and business or professions lassociates, should prompt a man to go to a doctor in order that ho may know whether his heart, his arteries, and other organs aro "as good as An unpleasant truth is never welcome news, but that kind of cowardice- does not slop us from having an midif. made of our ledgers. U'lty do we fear to know the truth about mini who Ima a weak lieart and knows it is often a bettor in- surance, risk than a man who need- lessly strains a good heart by play- ing -six sets of furious tennis. Such nonsense is Inexcusable. Equally guilty of stupidity is tho man who refuses lo take seriously a cold or a alight attack of the flu. The fiu germ seems Lo find Us eaaiest victims among the strong- est, the reason being that tlm strong refuse to lie down until they aru knocked down. HOUSE VOTES TO SUBMIT BONDS ViCTORiA-REFUGIO WELLS SHOWING FOR PRODUCTION HAN ANTONIO, Hay are Ihrce lest wells ill the lower coaslal region ol Southwest Texas, two of which are wildcats and the other a semi-wildcat, thai should provide final vcrdicls within tho nexl few days or a week at least. Two o( these lests are in .Hofugio County and Hie other in Victoria Comity. j The Victoria County lest is Hie StoneloiKh Oil anil Gas el al No. 1 Terrell, five miles southwest of Lite lown of Victoria and la miles northwest of the McFaildin district in thai county. The Terrell well has casing set and cemented and should be drilled in the lallor part of this week or the curly part of the coming week. This well had a big sand at to foot that showed litlO pounds pressure in three minutes on drill stem lost. Attitude of Hitler Menaces Peace of Europe H X H X M H r H Roosevelt Signs Farm Relief-Inflation Bill SCHOOLS SUFFER FROM HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION ACT The state will lose about in t six os in Victoria Counly basc-d nn tho present rule of G9 cents j as a result of the adoption of tlio humesteud e.xcmplion aiiiuiidinent. j Of tin's sum, the schools will bo deprived Ot nearly with ISSUEOBI levied Tor their support. This means nearly ?2 per capita on the It bids fair at least to open up an- o( Ulc pep- other blK Bas producing urea for Victoria County. In the northern part of Hofugio County the Humble Oil it UutinliiK Co.'s No. n O'Connor, semi-wihlciit test, was la illation of These figures are not definite hut are based on County T; sessor II. A. Lawrence's estimate j to llie stale comptroller of a de- I crease of Hilly in the i Urtjcs Mortgage Holders Not I to Foreclose Until Law Can j Be Made Operative. (PROMISES ALL SPEED feet. Tlie sand was-vsiiiU''Vto have an oil odor hut no uctual shoiy- illB. This weH: is-S33 feet south- ihe 5XOOO AS. Bill Signed by Roosevelt Gceatest Single Piece of Economic Legislation. county's assessed values by reason WASHINGTON', Hay of Ihe'homoslead iimonrtmenl. He- ].residont Uoosevclt .today signed the relief inflationary cast of the same No. 4 luw rcmllliollfi, will Vuthorillos as SKSi-sac ;r the most promising ot the three allowances are made for home-: welsl is the Greta Oil Ooimmny's cities in the proYhlolllli No. 1 O'iJrien, also in Refugio districts they embrace a maximum County and about 1'ivu miles north- of 200 acres. As much land in cast of the nearest production this county is assessed at from which is in the Fox-Lambert tlis- (n per acre, the exomp- trictuf tlie old Hefngio field. At tho lion is more than the assessed fimu of hist reports from (ho field value of a eotisideniMu number A PSYCHOLOGIST, after a vast clinical experience, concluded that good health was tho principal in- gredient of happiness. "I should he affirmed, "that three out of four people who come whimpering a runnel to the it could not he learned whether tlie of homesteads, mind doctors ought to he learning casing had boon cemented iu tins _ The figures w common sense about, their stom- achs, eyes, noses, (and lungs in- stead." Take care of yourself. When you feel glum, and arc about to break with your friends or your job, make sure that your trouble is not due to lack of sloop, over-eating, or ill- fitting spectacles. A heavily burdened man om-o Confessed that when ho felt as [hough ho could not go forward another step he went to bed early enough lo get twelve hours' sleep. The next day ho was perfectly rest- ed and cheerful. but it was known to bo en he known when the tax assessor siilimils his route to the location several days report of renditions lo the Counly ago. At any rate, the well should Commissioners' Court the latter be ready for a final lest hy tho part of this month. The court will early part of the coming week. j use lhi> report in connection with The O'ltrien we'll really promises ils work as a Board of UqnalizaUun something in the way a now oil in Juno. field for Kefugio Counly. The well topped an oil sand at tool and j at tolal dcpili of feet it test- the president obtains almost czar- like powers over monetary infla- tion and through tho secretary of agriculture extni'onfiinary powers to curtail production of tho basic crops of the country. Coincident with UIG signing o the bill, the president issued statement urging farm morlgag holders to abstain from foreclos nres pending tho lime Hie admiuis tralion can put the measure iut< off Retire opera! ion. He pro mi set tbis would done with all speed TO SERVE SCHOOLS i UNDER DISCUSSION City Engineer K. p. Miles la making a preliminary survey for n liroposed extension of the iniinid- piil sewer system to Hie I'utU Wel- der H It'll School and Victoria Jun- ior College, located in the eastern end of the city. The schools now have their own private sewer systems and these will soon have lo he replaced at a considerable expense. For that rea- son the School Board is trylns to secure an extension o[ the munici- pal system and is willing to pay a substantial portion of tho cost us is permanent investment. The nearest main is on North Street opposite tho Wepri'ck Store, I Inlorimlmnal News Service) Announces Intention to Build Great Armaments at Once if Conference Fails. FAILURE IS_ PROBABLE France and England Threat- en Allied Reocciipation of Rhineland Area. FOUR CONVICTIONS IN DISTRICT COURT IS EFFECT! I House Votes to Submit Bonds After Learning Ex- tent of Destitution. HERE THIS MORNING pleading guiiiy in the District Court here fills morning (0 forging j his foster father's name to two checks, told tho court thai In or about nine blocks from sihools, and because the fall is not iu'u: sufficient it would not be practi- :in" cable to extend this main. That he- ing tlm case, it will be necessary lo 'm1' lay an entirely new main from UI1Cl A ineiiai'mi; situafioti suddenly FINAL VOTE 114 TO 12 Resolution Returned to Sen- ate for Consideration of Amendments. AUSTIN'. Tex.. May j By H vole of 114 to 12, the House j' lold the court thai he he- [o (he neved ho v.-as justified in doies so amemlment f and dnlnt he was viola, lag tho to tho law because his foster father b ds to 000 for took a enw Unit belonged to him at lhc rcije( of destitution. the death of his ami Tlle resolution must now return cause he owed him some money. to Uln SHnate consideration ot So ncrtect wero the forgeries thai, amendments upon it by thfiUsi n bank cashed both chocks. One j House. It passed the Senate sev- ivas for and the other j eral jiiys ilKt, by a vole of 2li to 5. One of the canes was dismissed I Tlio amendment would lie voted and he was given two years in llie upon by the electorate at u special penitentiary in the other case. John Henry Kuss, negro, cha with burglar iziti today duo to an j Suluipfo by tho Hitler A'l- pluadcd guilty and received two- isfration Unit Germany .intends dint; up armaments at if tlie tieneva Disarniiunenl schools to the sower disposal plant, fails, which seems prob jr for u distance of about thirlv blocks, or approximately Itl.uOU feel. This proposed main would fol- low a route through the Hrownson i and uieshach Additions, aloim he French foreign minister de- clared Hint Ki'anre in such a c would insist upon application oi fourhles of clean pipe line ill M niimilcs. This is about as good st as has ovnr boon res is- lered in that section of the slate 1 and estimates arc that the well 1 will in for at least several 'i hundred barrels daily. j HOUSTON OFFICERS CATCH 3 FUGITIVES WHO KIDNAPED COP LAYS AN EGG WAGNER RELIEF BILL SENT TO PRESIDES WASHINGTON, .May The U'agner relief hill providing funds of as loans f tile stales to feed, rlotho and shcl ler their unemployed- and anothe: i for outright Fedora _____ contributions to slates which hav  MiinoKO Iroop fell today and ook up a new pnsllloti south of air iiKiiln, and it dnosii't loavo inuuh i (ho gFuno lifiv Sunday afternoon with the Woodsboro Athletics. Tlm reason will be- Uort. IJallia, veteran right- Imiid hurler with a bii? curve. Tnn frtct ,-i IIKtutor catt hit bftior against a righthand pitcher will find An.nerstoin, Dcvereaux and Hfatirluimp in tht. lineup, it has been rumored about, town. in other words. .Mana.m-i- W. It. McCrU'hl wiuits tu use all lhc lefhniitl hitters he i an get Imld of. McKHvy. former Bay Cily star. will mure than lilii-ly start the KJimn for iho Buds. Hn is a right handor with lots of form and speed. and Muy will he- hold in reserve. Local diamond officials arc hoping n large crnwd will ho pres- ent, to Krct't the Huds following, Ibeir road trip and direr them in i view of llio IVarful loss htindod them by the Cuero Turkey Trotters j last week. Lcocardlo Vaklilkv. pleaded guil ly lo forgery in two ca-ses and. was Kunlonced to four years in tin. pcmitontiary. District J. P gin from Mm tinio ho in jail in January. Two oMie! of forgery aKainsL him we lie tl for to checks Tor and had lib M-yc-ar-uh them at various h Norman Wright, a youth, pleaded guiiiy p. of an aiitnniohilt1 and w two-year susiwiideii vni cleci ion net. for August 2li, the date whon two other measures will be- submilted, one for the legalization (if per cent beer and the other for the repeal of Lhc ISth amend- If tlie bond issue is approved by the people, the Legislature must then be railed to vote the bonds. Tho re .solution failed to get the necessary two-thirds majority in the Mouse yesterday. Last night J the mayors of the principal cities j of the state told of conditions in I their cities and overnight IS mem- j bcrs of the House changed their posit inn on the resolution and voted sio i theft Siv.-n a hf-nirn.v. The car, a Clievrolei toui'ini.1; car (twoed i by Bon F. Hogun oi' brother of Deputy Sheriff j for relief jork. A. Kogiin, was 2-1 last wliiln blic ACTION THURSDAY. May Texas lourtK> Thursday failed to approve Senate resolution proposing sub- ission of a slate bond to supplement Federal funds tjik'.'ii inio custody. If i.s was not im- 'd ill lhc- ilmn: and re- lea snl, Aftrr tin1 ap- plication for a sonkinco wits gninled he and a number of his relatives e.x.tended their thanks lo Judu'o Pool, wbu gave the youlh t guod locliire as to his future cun- LINDBERGH 'GAG RULE' Cnl. A. hind- Ilial adinonllion (o i The resolution received 96 affirma- tive votes, four short of tho 100 necessary to submit the proposition to a. popular vote. Forty-five voted against, the resolution. Tbo Mouse still can briny the resolution up for further considera- tion. On tho second vote, only SS affirmative votes were mustered. It requires a. two-thirds majority volt: of each Houso to submit a, proposed cottstituliouut a m a n tl- .The slate cannot issue bonds without amending tho Constitu- tion. Tho Senate already had up- proved the proposition. lie L oust ruction Finance Corpora- tion officials liad notified the gov- ernor that unless the bund is.-uio were at. least submitted to tho electorate it would withdraw Fed- oral funds for relief in this elate. They pointed out a policy had been adopted ot" helping those states that "help themselves." Tho Senate passed a Housa bill making an appropriation for port ot a, stato organization to work with the Federal Govern- ment in administering unemploy- ment relief funds, A. House proposed Allotting I to that function, but tho I Senate cut that amount in half. Marcus C. former resident} TIIC UOHSO refused to concur in of Victoria, attempted to end lib niat amendment ami other changes life with a pistol in tho baHirootn i ,uo upper house-. A con- of his honit? in Dallas Wednesday, ferouce committee was requested. CHEER FOR JOBLbSS N'KW VOIlK, N. Y., May u.-- J1NS) Free Milk for MabKis fund is alxMit to open anotb.M- of ts stnuilK id sc.rvi1 coft'eo and ivk-he.s daily to tlio jobless. Tluve of the an; now in operation. SUICIDE ATTEMPT MADE BY FORMER RESIDENT OF CITY (bis city. At last accounts his con- dilinn wan reported improved. Mr. is llio son of the lalo Mr. and Mrs. A. ami ;i OUTDOOR ART SALE N'UW VOliK, X. V. May .-In the fir.sl four days the Wash- to write almiil. The colonel livid grandson of the Into Abraham inutoii Oiitilnor Art. ICxhlbl- t observers eslimaleil down his new "gag rule" (his own pioneer merchant and hanker of: lion netlcd tlio exhibiting arlistu y; bat nl least Japanese and lenn for it) when ho visited Co- Victoria and fonnder of I ho I.evi ahour. representing 181 toil when a ear swerved Into his gnlurday. Imr. I.. M. Seay escaped from llio delegates will leave In aulos early i Chinese wero locked In bat- Iambus on his recent trip wostwnrd mini! ft Trust Company, succeed- paintings and sculpture sold. Do- path. Me said he did not hnvo lime cloudy lo- Wnxiiliaclilc jail several months Friday morning for a side trip to tlo In tbo stnnll sector south ot tlio on a Inspection of tbo lines ot ed a number of years ago liy tlio sides (his, 268 commissions lo swerve his cor. night and Saturday. ago.. I Monterrey, rotnrnlng Saturday. Lwan Rlvor triangle. Transeondnontiil Western Air. Victoria Dunk Trust Company, I pictures wero contracted, ...fviS-   

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