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   Advocate (Newspaper) - August 14, 1933, Victoria, Texas                                Ww Gomel UttU tetter Yow Eyes Iht DR.JACKKAHN OPTOMETRIST M9 W.ldtr Bldg. Phont 233 VICTORIA ADVOCATE -AFTERNOON EDITION- 'OR FURMVUM AND CA53TOVUXI Holland 1M CM. H. VOLUME 35 FIRST. VICTORIA AND VICTORIA COUNTY. SECOND, SOUTHWEST IN GENERAL VICTORIA DAILY ADVOCATt. MONDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 14, 1933. SobtcripiiM.) UJ09 Timely Topics THE BLOCK OF GRANITE WHICH WAS AN OBSTACLE IN THE PATHWAY OF THE WEAK, BECOMES A STEP- PING STO.NE IN THE PATH- WAY OF THE lyle. NUMBER 297 MASSACRE, KIDNAPING LINKED IT IS WELL FOR MEN and wo- men to have periods of vacation from .their regular duties, regard- less of whether these be In the home, or the btiRiiiess world. That n roBt from tho daily rou- tine affords relaxation which brings freshness into the appoint- ed tasks is well known. Besides. o I LiU Ll I ft, a vacation properly spent should f offer opportunity for quiet reflet- j tion and cons ki oration of thu f tic- tors Unit make up life. Thinking may not, he over in- dulged in but the man or woman who 1ms an opportunity to get away from the rush of everyday affairs, to withdraw for a short space from Liu; selfnili grapple, and to dwell on the ambitioini and aims which hire one on, should come buck with renewed zest for greater accomplishment. The vacation period is not lost, even when viewed solely from I he expense standpoint. Business af- fairs can well wait a few weeks while the workers rebuild their physical and mental vigor. In tho long run is pays ti> big dividends. MM HUGHS. JOHNSON ASKS WOMEN'S AID j IN NBA CAMPAIGN r D NT Company Preparing to I est No. 5 Keer an STOCKS. HONDS and commodi- ties have been pnrsuiiuv a steadier gait within the (lays recently past, but it has not been very lung since for nhmiL four days prices tumbling at a rate tu CUUBO Home worry. However. Ihe worry any one umlnly heeii forced up upon a HI discount of what the a  patient sweltering crowd h to hear General Hon. (.Jovmmr (Jity tl. Park of .........Hiri, and other dignitaries, ap- I [.landed vkoroiiMy. Krcqnontly tlin national recovery a dm in IK tra- tin- was interrupted hy hand clap- ping In asking the co-operation of the American housewife lu> said; "Woniiiti in defense of the sup- port of her home is about as safe for triflers as a liunuss at the door of a don full of cuhy. When every Amor trail housewife understands I hat the ltlin> Kaple on everything that she permits to come into her ONE DIFFICULTY with life is that we are called upon lo live a good part of it before we. havo learned what it is all about and then we spend the rest of life try- ins to adjust, ourselves to takes we have made. SOME liny figured it out that it would take 47. (ill freight cars, making a train miles long. to move enough silver to pay Eu- rope's war debt to America. NEGROEUILLED BY ALABAMA MOB; HELD IN SLAYING home is a symbol of its restoration lo security, may Cod have mercy on the man or group of men who U.S. EXPORTS TO 16 NATIONS SHAW HIKE YORK. Aug. in- in Amorcan exports to 10 widely scattered over the world, in tho.first half of compared with the first six months last year, is hailed hy the na- Gulf Company's Fifth Keeran Well Has Sand Around 5200 Feet. CONTINENTAL DRILLING Using GavS from Keeran Field for Test on John Bennett Ranch. The Gulf Production Company was preparing today to make a drillsk-m (cut of its No. Ti Keeran in Southeastern Victoria County at a ilHjifh of f.aar. feet, where likely looking oil sand was cored. A saml showing a heavy gas pressure Wat; tested a few hundred feet The Gulf Company liar, four pro- ducing wells in tin? Keeran Field, !hroe oil wells and a gas well. There is one other commercial pro- ducer in the field, a gianl. ga.-iHer owned by the Union Oil Company of Nevada. lliis from this well is he ing useil by tho Continent til Oil Company to drill a well on the John Bennett Hanch, just across the rjarcitas Creek in Jackson County from the Keeran Ranch. The drilling of this well was begun a few days ago. Operations at the Humble Oil Kef in ing Company's 8 IX O'Connor in North Kefngio Coun- ty near, the 'Victoria County line have been delayed by continued Wets-Drys Fight for Texas rains and an overflow of the San tioiial foreign Irade council in a Aiitunlo River. The derrick was stiilcment Sundriv. erected over a. week ago and mn- Thi> council sees the improve- thiiR-ry is now being hauled to the menl as indicative of the progress Cation over a newly constructed by American industries wlth tho otlier j in recovering (he ground lost J ing tho previous three years and (cites i he increasf in some active lint's of American exports as the j mnst fiiicnnragini: feature of the j present upward trend. j A not n hie turn for the better was no led in Lai in America and ex- ports to Argentinn. Hnixll. Chile, 01 liter En Houte from Fort Crockett lo Brownsville eel at Green Lake. TREATED IN VICTORIA Wife and Two Children Es- caiie Serious Injury When Car Overturns. TWO U.S. WARSHIPS ARRIVE OFF HAVANA; NEW CHIEF FETED Fingerprints of Kidnaped Oklahoma Oil. Man Found in Hideaway. ESCAPED CONVICT HELD Determined that the Lone Star State Shall remain dry, Senator Morris Sheppard, called the "Father of 18th is making a wnirlwind tour of the State, exhorting its cltlzena to stand fast against the flood of wet sentiment that has swept 21 States into the repeal fold. Farley hag the dispensing of Federal his advice is not to HAVANA, Aug. Cuba's new president. Dr. Carlos Manuel de Cespedes. moved into the presidential palace today while a crowd of citizens stood outside cheering with al- most as much enthusiasm as that with which a mob looted the palace Saturday. HAVANA. Aug. American worships dispatched by Presideiu ftoosevplt arrived off Ha- vana shortly before dawn today. as (Ue men-of-war steamed into the harlmr one of the hist tracer of the di-ijosed Machailo re- gime disappeared- with the precipi- tated flight nl Gtfuontl Alhei-io Her- m mister of war and military dictator [or a day. IlemTH led the members of his family to escapp the tidal wave of retribution meted out by the liber- ated Cubans against thu pillars of the Machado regime, believed to have taken a lull nf nearly 511 lives and property damage of finynnmis war, badly cut I exteilt- ,-tfid Hh; :iml daugh-j TO GUARD NATIONALS. MM! with mhinr injuries. WASHINGTON. Aug. >d tu the Victor- i irlenf Koosevelt Sunday night or- dered three warships to Cuba to protect American citizens from the disturbances accompanying the transformation of [be island's gov- ernment. The destroyers Taylor and Clay- ton, standing by off Key West. HOBOES CONVENE TO ADOPT CODE >d a year ngo TL'SCALOOSA. Ala.. Aug. Three negroes, who were beltm re- j moved from-TiiHcaloosa to Ilinniiifi- hiim for safe keeping pending Irial South Alnca. Kgypl and New Xen- on rlnii-KUB of .slaying a old whiln girl, Sunday were; laken from officers by armed men and two of them later were found shot to death near Bloelon, 2'A miles j west, of Hlnnlnghiim. No trace baa been found of the third negro, dospllu an intensive scHrcli Iliroiighoiii, tbn day by pt-ncu officers of three counties. The removal followed increasing minors here that an n I Lack would I be inado on I ho Saturday night to tuke tho noBrops, Dnu IMppon, CHICAGO, Aug. Kilver itnniversary convention of the Ho- boes of America convened here i, in1 la. Colombia and Mexico higher than in the first in out IIH I IKIII tho comparable, ner- Tho rest of the Kllllllav !ost tilllu in Ilaly, (iermany, France, Kin- h'K Ifle falr j laud, Spain. I to Ip him. Austria, i ONLY FOUR VOTES CAST IN ADVANCE The code provides: Holmes will not wash dither, in n restaurant or work otherwise in a restaurant for a nroal. No real hobo ever look a Job away from a man with a wife and children. Pay for dunning snow and icn otf sldowalky shall liu no more mul no less than GO cents an hour. I -Jr. LSI Hlmoru Ulark, 28, and A. T. I !inn 2fi. The Harden, 16, wlm wore under Imlicl- I "'Ivnnec volliiR ex- mont In slaying of MlKtt Vnii- (in AiiBiist 'M. dine iMnddox in rural TiiHuiiloorta who have become of ago Minco .laniiary I, IJCli1. are, entitled lo-vole wilhoiil poll ijix and viilurs who comu within Ibo poll tax miulrnmonlH nocd only lo have paid Iho Mlato poll tax. Thin county lovloB no poll tax and no OF AUGUST 26TH LOUISIANA-SABINE SECTION OF CANAL ALLOTTED Only four absentee hnllols havo been cast here for tho slate elec- Ciiiinly Severn I wuohb IIRII. LEATHER REPORT All partly cloudy. dty poll lax payinunl. IM iKMi lo voto in u slalo oloctlon. WASHINGTON, Aug. allotment totaling nearly J700.000 for mulntenance work on riven and harbors wai approved hy the War Department today. Included it (or the New Orcleani-Sablne River sec- tion of the Introcoaital Canal of Texaa and Louisiana. REFORMATORY NEAR BOSTON SCENE OF SERIOUS REBELLION BOSTON'. Aug. prisoner was believed shot and an- other escaped this afternoon when M inmate-; of the Hoer Island House of Cnrre.ction mnde a break for liberty diiriuj; a riot in the dining room of the institution, in which approximately hun- dred heeaine insubordin- ate and the guards. COMMOTNERSIN QUARTERLY SESSION T h e County Commissioners' Court is holding its regular quart- erly meetini; this week to pass on accounts and receive' officers' re- ports. MANWHOTERRORIZEO WOMEN IN ST. LOUIS FOUND TO BE NEGRO ST. LOUIS. Aug. phantom marauder who had been terrorizing women in 1st. Louis and vicinity for weeks was believed tu have been apprehended today with the confession to the police of John T. Boyd. a nepro ox-convict, that. he criminally attacked nine women in the past several i The chief of detectives said I negro admitted the alter i being 'identified by all his vic- am- Tho major was tnkPii to the hos- pital at Ualvest'jn this afternoon in an army ambulance plane from Fort Crockett. The plane arrived shortly alter two o'clock and a mini at the former government cmei'Kfnry landing; field at Telfer- nnr. Tin1 army officer was convey- ed in that point in the Ryan cim- hnlance. He was on his way to to accept a transfer to ihiit post. Much of Ransom Recovered with His Arrest for Kansas City Massacre. DALLAS. Aug. mystery surrounding the kidnap- ping of Charles wealthy Oklahoma City oil man, was rip- ped aside today as Department of Justice agents told of finding the finger prints of Urschel in an outlaw hideaway near Paradise in Wise County. Harvey Bailey, wanted In con- nection with the Kansas City in which lour' officers and a prisoner, Frank Nash, were slain, ,was arrested at the place Saturday. Fred Blake., in charge of the local Department of Justice bureau, said that a laryc amount of the money paid in the Urochcl kidnaplny had been recovered. DALLAS. Tex.. Aug. Harvey Bailey, escaped Kansas convict wanted in connection with the massacre at the Kansas City I'nion Station of four officers in j an attempt tu rescue Frank Nash, i a prisoner, who also war. slain, is a prisoner in the fJatlus jail Balloy was arrested near Para- dise in Wise County by u posse'of Federal officers. Although the capture was made Sat cials remained silent until today. as (her bad hoped to eaptur? other men SAYS BUYERS NOT FOLLY PROTECTED BY RECOVERY ACT ROOSEVELT FACES LABOR TROUBLE DOE TO RECOVERY ACT WASHINGTON. Aug. Declaring (he of HIM nation will not be fully protect- ed under 'he present National ile- COVPIV Administration plans, I'ro- fessnr William F. Ogburn. ChkviKo savant, today resigned from I he ('on si i in or Advisory (tuani. was (or transfer tu anothr-i' depHilmeiit hcc-iuse of Uis (lUagreeincnt with the woman head of tlie hoard. patently awaiting thr possibility of such a demand by the chief execu- I live. Sunday night steamed for Cuba uniler special orders flashed j to them. The two ships, acting under the comniHiiit of Lieutenant pr Oeorge T. Howard, will report lo Ambassador Sunnier 'Welles im- mediately upon arrival In Admiral William II. Stundley. chief of naval operations, disclos- ed that the third ship sailing to the island under White Htnise or- probably will 1m the dpstrny- Hamilton. Now cruising in the Caribbean, the destroyer will pro- ceed at once to Manzantllo. Roosevelt acted after consulta- I AC r] wnULHli CHOICE AS ADVISER tion willi 8 hi .1 formal statement he WASHINGTON, Aug. ert A. Thompson, Dallas, former chief engineer of the State High- way Commission, Saturday was-ap- pointed engineer for the Public Works Advisory Th-> appointment was marfe by Administrator Ickes from list; of. candidates recommended by tlie en- gineering staff of the Public Administration and the Ad- visory Board. Thompson's mm? u-as on both lists. Thompson will serve as '.v officer of the State Ach FARMERS MOD IN POSITION eifflUND CUSS OSED TO RECEIVE MONEY IN ouo WAR MAKES FOUR DEATHLY SICK Board, which is composed of Ike Ashbtirn, Houston; A. C. G'.'-' i Han Antonio: John Shary. Sh.- the move was made "solely for the idnd in Rio Grande Valley, and u nurpoae of safeguarding and pro- M KelJey, Lougview. tpctfnp the lives and persons of He will organize and American citizens in Cuba." 1 charge ot the State Public Wo I: was emphasized at the White otlice, directing'personnel, and all applications for Public Work-. lofliis and grants. His finding will he reported to the adviser.. board, which m turn will niMV- recommendations to Ariniluistrat-M' j Himiillaneously. it was iHsclosed in ijuarters that the presi- 1 dent's action would bring no oh- jeL'tion from the now Cuban presi- ileni. Dr. Carlos Manuel IJe (.les- u'A.sruNm'oN. AUK: HiHisovolt (tidiiy fuci-d llu? nccoHtfUy "f intiM'viMi- lions in new serious labor lliroaiciM'd by tlio drive of (he Na- tional HiH-ovory Adniiitislratton to bi'ini; all Inilu.siry under UK.' blue jrlit hy Soplombcr I, Till! CXplM'tUll to receive u survey oi tlio lahor Hiiua- linn durhiK thu day. Three hinidred and fifty cerlifl- uf perfornuinco showini: Unit any Victoria Cmiiity larintM't; liail d wloh their .agreements to rudni'ii their cotlon acmic.e Jiavt; been furwiirdod tt> Three hundied more will hi- miillcd by NVi'dneyday, and II cxin'clrd tiiat the rcnuHnhiK will he M-UI (jeFori1 Mir end of th'- week. TOLEDO. Aup. Fnnr pijr.-ionr. were !jlricken 111 today a flrr cat iuf: rollK pure ha sod at a lialicrv tu lu> involved in a Ciound i-.lans had been sprinkled inh. the roll.s, Ihe [udlce !Uiid. The ill are John her Jane -I, and Sliirlcy. '2, celvc? payinenl for the cnlhui rhey and niece, Marie Dennis, 17. destroyed wlhin Mvo wee Its from look pieces of llni; Ihtj tnu! thai the. cerlil'icalus readi from UciiiiiM in an oper- Thy fiiriuers prohiihly will re- Indication was that this had been le.kes. wild the nrlvisory boani. Thompson will a preliminary state program ascertained befurc the orders were will include projects where wnrk flashed tor the warships to pro- ceed. The Uoosevott administration known to be sympathetic to iho j graduate of Hie University of Tex- new order in (tie Islund republic, ao, holding: (hn of civil en- tod linmedliitely. soii. u-ho is a consul civil of pruininence. ri'itiilUiif; from the reyifruatiou President Machmlo. MACHADO IN NASSAU, The AUR. twin motored amphibian plane hearing (ieranlo Macluido into po- litical caino down on the, wa- {See U. S. WARSHIPS Page 2) iUneerlni; ami maslcr of ails. formerly In railroad work and u nicuibcr of the uii- Coni'.uyrco In Unit capacity, hln work chiefly on railroad valuation. Ho IUIH nltio been In charge of aovcrftl Irrigation and ix'ttervoir projuctu-In the soiitlnvcat.   

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