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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - March 19, 1938, Abilene, Texas day t rd. jng, SPC- lard W    It rn    ^    fir' Cfje Abilene Reporter ~i£rtus ii “WITHOUT,    OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR    FOES,W E SKE I CH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS GOES,"-Byron n N 'P* VOL. LYU, NO. 301. A**4»rt*te4 rr»«i (API ABILENE, TEXAS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 19, 1938. EIGHT PAGES Gut** Pm* «rr> PRICE 5 CENTS For Business' Relief— NEW DEAL LEADER SEES TAX MODIFICATION WITHIN MONTH Carswell, C-C Manager Since 1924, Resigns WASHINGTON, March 18.—(J5)—1 proved by the house, would be The senate heard an administration (riven right-of-way on the senate leader predict today that congress’ floor after the senate finance com-long-delayed gift to business—tax mittee completes work on It, modification—would be handed out The committee, meanwhile, re-withln a month.    I ceived testimony from numerous Responding to a statement by    witnesses that the house bill did Senator Copeland (D-NY) that fed-    not go far eonugh toward reliev- eral t. xes “have discouraged busi-! tog the tax burden of business. ness men as I have never seen bust- The witnesses urged complete re- _______  ^    _ .... ..... ness men discouraged before, De-    peal of tire undistributed profit.' tax    chamber    of    Commerce, and    its    ac - mocratic leader Barkley of Ken-    and subsitu’ion of a fixed rate for    ceptance    by    the    board of    directors, lucky, forecast "a very subMantial teh graduated capital gains levy. were made known yesterday after-moderation of tax laws” which Clinton Davidson, New York to-would be "of very material benefit vestment counselor, testified tax to business.”    modification would start $3,000,- Barkley predicted the tax revision    000,000 of froaen capital flowing in- bill would be enacted within 30    to channels of business and enterer.?. He said the bill. already ap-    prise. Resignation To Be Effective Af Fair's End, Nov. I Resignation of T. N. Carswell as secretary-manager of the Abilene Troops Approach Lithuania As Poles Await Ultimatum Reply Peace Hinges On Nation’s Action FP WANTS ANSWERS- Sphinx-Like TVA Chief Given ll Hours To Decide Whether He Will Reply To Questions At Hearing Hitler Phrases Czech Warning Hints In Reichstag Address Czechs Should Not Make Error Austria Did By The Associated Press BERLIN, March 18 Reichsfushrer Adolf Hitler tonight held up Austria s fate as an implied warning to Czechoslovakia. noon Tile announcement was made in a letter from Carswell to J. C. Hunter, C. of C. president in a reply from Hunter to Carswell. The resignation is effective November I, after close of the West Texas Fair. Carswell, who has been in his present position since early in 1924 has WASHINGTON. March 18—cP)— President Roosevelt brusquely gave Chairman Arthur r. Morgan of the TVA 72 hours today to decide whether he w'ould answer questions in a presidential investigation of the bitter charges that have reduced mighty TVA to two quarreling camps. The chief executive delivered this tion Vice Chairman Harcourt A. president, "that question is of such Morgan and Director David E. Ll- utter simplicity, so clear, a ques-lienthal had knowledge of “bad tion merely asking you whether you faith’’ in five Bnrry marble claims are willing to proceed with this in- follow s: March 17, 1938 Mr. J. C. Hunter, President, Abilene Chamber of Commerce, Abilene, Texas. Dear Mr. Hunter. I submit herewith my resignation as Secretary-Manager of the Abilene He e ked the Rnchstag at its farewell meeting for ‘another four years Chamber of Commerce effective one of the longest tenures in office ultimatum at the conclusion of the of any Chamber of Commerce execu- second Sf^ion cf a hearing on the live In the southwest.    accusations. During the session Carswell s letter of resignation Morgan clung to his position that only a congressional investigation could reach all the facts. While he modified his attitude to the extent of presenting a bill of particulars to support his accusa- case. he otherwise declared himself not a participant in the inquiry. Repeatedly, the president asked Morgan lf he would be willing to answer questions in an inquiry which Roosevelt said he, as president, was authorized by the TVA law' to conduct. Morgan replied that the law in question would restrict such an Investigation to “certain very limited subjects,” whereas, a muTh broader investigation was needed. “Chairman Morgan,” said the quiry, either under my general powers or under the TVA act, that I cannot conceivably Imagine why longer consideration is necessary. X X X X “A matter of grave public concern confronts both of us. I have a duty to perform. I have asked you to cooperate with me in the performance of that duty. “I regret it but I think, it now being half-past one on Friday, I can give you only until Monday at 1:30 to answer that question.” that I may complete the tasks ahead in the greater Reich. Before Hitler began his 38-minute speech, Field Marshall Hermann of the Board, November I, 1938. or at the pleasure CANDIDATE? Welheim Gen ring as president of the Reichstag announced dissolution of that body and called legislative t- ————---- elections for the new pan-Germany for April IO. NATION-WIDE PLEBISCITE The Fuehrer as he completed hLs address announced all Germany— not onlv Austria- would vote in the plebiscite on union of Austria and Germany at Ute same time, A plebiscite April lo in Austria already had been scheduled. The new Reichstag will be the first representing the greater German' Hitler thanked Premier Benito Mussolini again for his approval of the Austrian conquest and pledged: “Italy’s frontiers remain for us inviolate. Behind this word stands the German nation” riTIES DEMOCRACIES He pitied "the democracies” befame they did not understand his move into Germany's southern neighbo . a state which he said was “based upon a stark violation cf the right of self-determination rf tr.e 6.500.000 people of German nationality '* Justifying hLs swift seizure of Austria, he said his decision to march Into the land of hts birth. I hope my work with the Chamber during the years has been as profitable to Abilene and "The Abilene Country” as it has been pleasant to me. Verv cordially yours, T. N. Carswell. Secretary-Manager. March 18. 1938. Mr. T. N. Carswell, Secretary’ Manager, Abilene Chamber of Commerce, Dear Mr. Carswell: The tende r of your resignation as Secretary-Manager of the Abilene Chamber of Commerce as set forth in your letter of March 17th has been considered and accepted by tin Board of Directors, effective November I, 1938. As president of the Chamber o: Commerce and on behalf of the Mexicans Expropriate Foreign Oil Companies Action Climaxes Labor Dispule SINCE METERS INSTALLED— Nearly Half Million Parking Hours Paid For By Abilene Autoists; Price $10,088 Ultimatum Expires At 2 P. M, Today; European Chancelleries Watch Crisis By The Associated Press WARSAW, Poland, March 18—The danger of war between Poland and Lithuania hung over Europe tonight more ominously than ever. Peace depended on Lithuania's acceptance of a Polish ultimatum that will expire at 2 p. rn. (C. S. T.) tomorrow. One Lith-uanian offer already has been rejected. Poland, with an army thirteen times the size of Lithuania’s, moved troops close to the border throughout the day to back up her ultimatum with force. — - Poland s strong man, Marshall Smigly-Rydz, returned late tonight from Wilno, center of Polish troop concentrations. MILITARY MOVES QUIET He wan met by the cabinet amid great pomp. While Polish army authorities were extremely reluctant to give out military information, it was disclosed that reinforcements had been arriving at Wilno and vicinity since morning. Authoritative reports in Berlin said Germany had agreed to keep hands off if Poland would acquiesce to Germany’s seizure of the free city of Danzig. The possibility also was raised that hostilities might lead to Ger- j man annexation of Memel, a for- ; mer German city and now’ a Lith- ! Surprise Decree Affects 17 U. S., British Concerns ,,p __ Vv a&HINGYON, Mar It—(AP) —James Roosevelt, asked to run for Lieutenant Governor of Massachusetts in the September pnmnrv, told a bay state delegation he would require “a few weeks before giving “a final reply.’’ i Automobile drivers have paid for 403,530 hours of parking in Abilene streets since October I. A checkup at the city treasurer's I ofiice yesterday revealed that motorists have paid in $10.088 25 for the privilege oi parking at the 468 Abilene. ......    ,    eminent    of    foreign    oil    companies I Average take of the meters per wish to extend to you our commend- operating in Mexico    ‘ adon and genuine appreciation fbi K J5 .,    .    Bryan ;3all. city treasurer. Opera- all the fine and constructive service    JIie    pir^d<?nt anition cost up to date for the me ten which you have rendered as Secre- I £ J    hli    7    nrftuh    has bern only $640,24, with $300 of tary-Manager of the Chamber of e properties of the 17 British and ^ salarv to J E Goodwin Commerce through your fourteen    traffic of net detailed to the met^ beat. MEXICO CITY, March 18-_    . , _    .    .    ..    ,    -.President    Lazaro    Cardenas    tonight, Board of Directors and the people of announced expropriation by the gov- niters in operation in Ahi Ic ne and surrounding countiv, I prnm»nf fortiori nil enmnanies Average tako of the Se# HITLER, Pg. 2, Col. 2 Youth Admits Tale Of Hijacking False Boosting Texas Session Theme BALLINGER, March 18 —(Bpi.) - E. R. Overstreet, who reported he was hijacked by the driver of an automobile In which he thumbed a ride Thursday evening, was fined $18 50 in justice court tins afternoon on a charge of disturbing the peace After Overstreet reached San Angelo, he admitted to officers ’here in a signed statement that his story about being robbed of speaker. $5 50 was ne’ true and that the reason he told the story to Ballinger officers was to secure a ride to San Angelo, where he has been living with an uncle. Bv ll VR RI’ HOLT big SPRING, March 18—Advertising Texas was the principal topic for discussion tonight as managers of West Texas chambers of commerce here for the main program *0Jilf'.o1ur1 ^utjure success beginning tomorrow, me? in the    * Crawford hotel dining room for a banquet. L. A Wilke, manager of •lie Gateway club, FT. Paso,was ’hr Abilcnian Heads Hospital Group George Barber, secre’ary of the Sweetwater board of city development, served as toastmaster. The welcome address was by P. W. Malone, president of the Big Spring chamber of commerce. W. A Wilson. president of the Chamber of Commerce Managers amidation of West Texas, talked on "West Texas Development Through Her Chani- years tenure of that office. You ln* investments of $400,000,000. have accomplished much for which The announcement was made less vou and the community can justly that two hours before the time set feel proud.    bv the Mexican oil workers’ synch - I feel confident that we can and cate for a nation-wide “folded arms shall have a successful and pleasan’ strike ’ as the outcome of months of operation of the Chamber of Com- labor dispute, merce activities in Abilene during The president s office, immediately the coming months and am pleased following Cardenas' unannounced that we shall have the benefit of and unexpected broadcast, said the your experience and able service un- government would proceed to issue til the close of our annual West a decree setting forth the terms for Texas Fair, for the success of which nationalization of the industry and you have so diligently worked in new basls for operation former years    INDEMNIFIC ATION NOT SET I extend to you the best wishes of No announcement was made as *o myself and the Board of Directors the amount the companies would be paid as indemnification for their properties. Under Mexican law, such indemnification must be made within ten .'-ears. Cardenas’ decision was made after a three hour meeting of the hastily summoned cabinet. The two-year conflict between the foreign companies and their workers had apparently reached a stalemate Tile 18.000 members of the following a decision of the labor board dissolving exlst- collection is sent Dual Parking Meter company, Oklahoma City, and the other fourth to the city treasury. Tile money to the meter company is v Dpi led on the original cost of the meters At $58 each the principal cost of _    _    the meters was 827.144, of which week runs from $425 to $450, said i $6,786 34 had been paid up to March I. Ball estimated that ie would take about one more year to pay off the debt. Operation cost averages wily a bom $125 per month, including salary, since the company ] pays for all parti and repairs for month s j one year. Barcelona Air Raid Toll Rises Rebels Inflict 7 Attacks Friday; 600 Known Dead BARCELONA, Spain, March 18 — r --Insurgent bombers pitilessly pounding Barcelona    today    raised the toll of known dead in a 42-hour series of raids to 600 and the number injured to 1,200. Seven attacks today by 5 p. rn. (ll a. rn. C. S. T.) alone killed uanian    port,    and the    Polish cor-1 more than IOO and    wounded    an ridor.    estimated 150. All three are territories Germany J An unknown number of persons lost after the world war and pro- j j»y burled to the wreckage of tho claimed    himself protector.    blood-soaked capital. STRINGENT DEMANDS    The    United    States    embassy and Poland demanded that Lithuania consulate temporarily were transferred to outskirts of the city aa were other foreign embassies. POPULACE ON MOVE Thoustnds of persons filled tho streets, trekking with bundle* and I children toward r'-.r 'Troupt* Ade Pebus, Spanish government nows agency, said a captured Italian pilot said the insurgents had 700 planes, mostly made to Italy and Germany and flown by Italians, Germans and Spaniards. With kindest personal regards, I am Sincerely yours, J. C. Hunter, President Bronte FFA's Hold Outdoor Barbecue SAN ANGELO. March 18.—-cpi— J. F. Morrison of Abilene was nam-1 hers of Commerce." rd pi evident and Waco was select- Others on the program were Bill Od as the convention site next Collyns of Midland, secretary of March as 8.1 of the Northwest Tex- the organization, and M. J. Bene BRONTE, March 18 —<Spl>—A barbecue on the banks of the Colo- syndicate, rado river tonight replaced the annual father and son banque' for ln* contracts, decided to suspend the Bronte chapter of Future Far- operations. ruers of America.    Tile    bone    of    contention    was    a Gathered around a huge camp- federal arbitration board ruling fire, the crowd ate barbecue in tha’ the companies should pa western style. R, E, Cumbie, presi- higher wages, which the operators dent of the chapter, introduced each said *ould cost them $12,000,000 « vumc ami ll .-spit.-,! Manors a,- tmd VT Bv* ,"V l^pr^d'enC and    SS    moL’f rf1""    fwl'Klwl    the.r.    H. Green,, secretary or thl Big    r'M*“pf.?.? £1 t,od.U""ilf    expected    profits Spring chamber. Tile main session will open at 9 tenth annual meeting here today. Other officers elected were Ida Schorlemmer, San    Angelo,    first vice-president; and Gertrude L. Wetzel, Wichita Falls, second vicepresident, Miss Schorlemmer was reappointed secretary-?reasurer by Morrison. J. H. Felton of Lubbock    .    „    .    .    ....    . and O F Priest of Big Spring were    a^fman^of e,    ra^T' re-elected directors to serve with I    '    Paso._ the officers. father. Noe Perciful read a record of the year’s achievements. J. G. Henry is sponsor of the o'clock in the morning af the Settles chapter. Out of town speakers inhotel w rh a business meeting chided R L Milholhn and E. J Speakers will be Ro«er Miller of Hughes, representatives of the soil Dallas, w. R. Martin of Waco, Sena- conservation station at San Angelo, tor E. M. I>avls of Brownwood, D. Penrose Metcalf, state represen ta- E. tive. and H. E. Smith, agent. Dis'f Postmasters Meet To Organize Session To Open This Afternoon Registration will begin this afternoon for a convention of postmasters from the 17th congressional district, called for formation of an organization. Registration and a reception will begin at 3 p. rn. Greeting the visitors will bo Postmaster and Mrs. O. A Hale, Assistant Postmaster and Mrs. Paul Scott, Supt, of Mails and Mrs. Eugene C. Pearce, Mrs. Jack Batts, claim and dead letter clerk, and P. N. Carswell. Following the reception, visitors Fast Moving Auction Sales Write Obituary Of Whittle Hoss Trader Bv HARRI HOLT    No longer do they ha\r time to Tile art of whittling, popularized whittle, but instead nervously bite by hoes traders, is doomed. Tins hasI at black cigars or feverishly chew-been brought about by auction tobacco as the auctioneer hits tile *ales-    “going-going—ill put him in th" There was a time when a sharp bank—going part of his speech. No pocket knife was essential In inak- longer do they have time to whittle tog trades. The buyer would ride up and “talk things over.’’ to a farmers houi-r. tie his horse, Almost overnight the livestock pick up a board and Start a conver- trading forces have been coneen- and would force them out of business. After the workers’ syndicate announced that the strike would start a* midnight the companies. in statements to newspapers, said thev had offered to pay the amount (estimated by the govern-county ment to equal $7,200,000 annually1 stipulated in the aw’ard. This was on condition they be allowed to ’'write their own ticket in administrative clauses of the labor contracts—the clauses governing the syndicate’s Intervention in the actual management of the companies, t "rdenas' was said to have re-ph d:    It Is too la*e now.’’ Three fourths of each Revision Plan Wins First Test Effort To Deny President Full Authority Foils WASHINGTON. March 18. V Administration supporters won a crucial victory today in senate consideration of the government reorganization bill. defeating by four votes an amendment designed to deny the president final decision in reshuffling bureaus. It was a galling defeat for Senator Wheeler (D-Mont), leader of last summers successful fight against the president's supreme court reorganization proposal. Hp fought furiously for his amending'*' which would have given congress the right to accept or reject the president's reorganization orders As the bill stands congress can only override those orders by enacting legislation which would be subject to a veto. The Montana sena’or accused administration leaders of exerting 'pressure' on senators and of obtaining White House "assurances” certain bureaus would not be transferred, in order to defea’ his amendment. Eagle Concert Scores Smash Comic Novelty Is Highlight; 'Gate' Amounts To $500 Musical taler.‘a of Abilene high school bandsmen went on dress parade last night. although band members were clad to their familiarly shabby cotton uniforms— some of the stilts to service the past decade. Tile high school musicians, appearing in their annual spring concert, played to an audience of between 600 and 700 person.* Fathers and mothers and brothers and sisters were there, many expecting to hear melodies stale in their ears after long hours of individual home practice They lisl tened instead to the smoothly blended product of nearly 90 Instruments. Under the baton of Director Raymond T. Bynum the band played a program of 16 numbers They varied from more formal overture I to Boieldieu’s ’Caliph of Bagdad” to the rollicking "Pop Goes the Weasel.” Hit of the night was the coml- j cally miscued (by intent! “Uncle j Tom’s Cabin.” a dramatic novelty by Harry L. Alford A stooped Unci'- renounce any claim to Wilno, her historic capital, and re-establish relations with Poland that have been broken for 18 years. There has beer. no exchange of diplomat* md n traffic, either rail or at. bitb4*n i..- neighbors since Poland seized Wilno and about one-third of Lithuania’s territory October 9, 1920. See CRISIS, rg. 2, Col. I Abilene Druggists To Ask Fall Meet Abilene Retail Druggists’ association voted Friday to invite the West Texas Pharmaceutical association to hold its fail convention in Abilene. A delegation will be sent to the spring convention in Big Spring Thursday, Friday and Saturday to extend the invitation. A dozen members of the association attended the meeting. N. E Peak was elected president to succeed Frank Myers, and Or >rge Shahan was made secretary-treas-urer. See BAND. Tg 2, Col. 3 Airport Land Body Preparing Report Reports of the special commission named by County Judge Lee R York to evaluate 9 95 acres of land adjoining the airport was being completed Friday tor filing with Judge York. If no protest or appeal is made by Louis and John Wise, owners of the land, the acreage will be ordered condemned at the price set by the jury of view The jury fixed the value of the land at $50 per acre and awarded the owners 8300 as damages. The City had offered the WW brothers $100 per acre for Cb* tend. Crash Kills Angelo Surgeon And Wife FORT WORTH. March 18— </P>— Dr. H K Hlnde, 46. prominent San Angelo surgeon, and his wife. were killed and six other perrons injured when two automobiles collided on highw ay IO near here shortly before noon today. HENDAYE. Frace tat the Spanish Frontier) March 18— P—Spanish insurgents hammered their wedge deeper into government-held territory today in the drive for the Mediterranean seaboard. Motorized columns were reported approaching Maella, five miles from the boundaries of Catalonia. MaeCa is the Junction point of a highway connecting Caspe, which : the insurgents captured yesterday, with the main Date between Al** caniz and Gandesa. The insurgents announced 2.000 government fighters, mostly foreign volunteers, were killed in tho fall of Caspe. BRITISH SHIP DIT Reports reaching Cerbere from Spain said a freighter flying the British flag ran aground in flames near the Spanish port of Llansa. It was believed at La Nouvelle that the vessel, which Spanish reports said aparently had been ’orpedord, was the 5.103-ton Navarino registered in Glasgow. Th.e freighter had hit La Nouvelle, French port north of Cerbere yesterday, en route to Barcelona. Mitchell Road Plea Hearing March 21 AUSTIN, March 18—</P—High* wav commissioner'; today set March 21 for a public hearing on requests from counties for road improvements The hearing docket, by counties, included Mitchell, highway 101 location from Colorado south Dictators With The Dice- The Weather sat ion. Comfortably located on a lot fence or under the shed. thev trated in Abilene. On Thursday all roads lead here and horae-shoe „ini,1 .    *    .    ,    ,    .    ,    I    ,,    7,    MsriMPssw.    I    rrxii    Kl    wining    Niuinrriv    Winn: would start ‘augurin. It was some pens around the auction ring are <*n rn. <■.«.»« .iimim.M,,, s.iurd*, n»<ht V HI I ( NI \M* VICI MT Vt Tartly rloitfU to nmrltled and roolrr *ifttard«*. VV t •* I ll \Vs; lair. rooter In MHithrotl portion saturday ; sunday fair, mmn in norih portion, BIST I IVV*:    Tartly cloudy la -ct. *h>wrr« In nil portion, roolrr In I hr In trrlnr Saturday; Sunday partly cloud, wanner lu northwcxt and nortll-rrntral    .    ,    .    ,    .    ,    .__ portion, i rr»h to Mrong o,ithrri> wind* reeded far enough in their bro .lei- Mussolini, Hitler Envisage Domination Of Old World With Equal Division Of Power, Spoils By DEWITT MAC'KEN7.lt Associated Press Foreign \ffairs Writer NEW YORK March 18 Centurions Hitler and Mussolini have pro- But will be (ntgrtnined with golf at the into time before the subject got around a reminder of North Fort Worth to trading. Of course, that was the Thla HXlcUon business in Texas primary purpose of the visit.    wa.s star(ed by Hereford breeders times change a»cl always ancl county agentj. followed quickly ti I ft St Of* slot, I od ay tile lion* Witll ft not ton ^ of nrlTf*    ThuTP SountrTrlub’ T*1™* evening they will est-to-goodness horse swappers of W£,re NOld bv WpJt Texas Hereford r1 a,re ,®us scarc? as fow: . breeders at 29 public auction sales boys belonging to the same school. during thp 1937 ae R tota, of The remaining ones are grouped to 2^4i head of registered Hereford Uieir last stand. For years they cattle. These brought an average of have been facing the scarcity of horses and mules and today there OHI VIIOMV I'urtlv cloudy, cooler In ra>| and «outh portion* saturday ; Vinda> lair and warmer. N I: VV MB MCO l,rarrall\ fair San* da., and .sunday; warmer Saturday, be guests at a square dance in the Veterans’ clubhouse. Sunday morning they are invited to attend Victory Bible class, and church services at the various churches. Only business session will be at a Sunday noon luncheon. D, C. Harris, Mineral Wells postmaster, will preside temporarily while a permanent organization is formed. I, intr of Ir.’iiprralur,' >r*lrrda\ : VI.    Hot    K RA       I    ........ ,. ,. I’ Vt AZ A.’ A J A2 crack down on them Now Chamberlain knows the story’ of the dice. Hitler's lightning annexation of Austria, and Mussolini's acquiesence of conquest to make clear the    ence, have    lifted    the    smoke-screen appalling fact that they are out to    and made    a dominate the old world between    clearer. them, each having his assigned it is quite apparent that Napoleon sphere of influence.    has    been reincarnated to twins. And Statesmen of other countries have    there isn t even    a    single    Wellington senced for a considerable time that    in sight, the dice were being rolled for such j So far as the nazi chieftain is Seventeen Schools Enter ACC Tourney Annual Contests Begin At 2 P. M. More than IO contesants are expected to participate in Abilene Christian colleges fourth annual high school speech tournament beginning at 2 o'clock this afternoon. Sixty speakers representing 17 ihgh schools, had registered Friday. The tournament will Include contests in boys’ declamation, girls’ declamation, boys’ and girls’ cxtem-VII,1,Kr.vrir„,    .    .    ..    .pore speaking, reading of short tot    of    SI toes    much    clral with po!and’- Memel and nuite    5tory> and    poetry reading. .ct    or    rung    mu    hk( ly othpr    territory with German    Each high school is permitted to populations    on’ the borders of the    entei two    contestants in each division, and    interscholastic rules will ter Chamberlain preferred to bar- and powerful Germanic confedera-gain with the dictators rather than non which will dominate Europe. This involves annexation of Austria already achieved). Czechoslovakia, presumably Danzig and the Polish corridor 'perhaps through fatherland. Hitler also wants Russia’s rich Ukraine Other countries which he be used throughout. Those school which had register- are community canter auctions. Trading sharks of their respective towns meet weekly in Abilene for Rip sale conducted by the Abilene Livestock Auction commission. $210 per head, a total of $533 610. MORE AT PRIVATE TREATY Serving as a pace setter, or a show case so to speak, these auction sales were responsible for the See WHITTLERS, Pf. 2, Col. 3 rn sa A2 155 rn 14 IO Bt ..... a    .........  •     ...... i IU  .......... I#    ............. ■ss .....  ll Nora ...... *#    .Midnight ...... 47 Hlch<*i and lo»f\|    Irmperaliipp* In n p. rn. yrat*ray, H4 and SS; tam* date a >rar a^n, 74 and 40 >>iiii**t yratrrdk). a ♦»;    »«arl»<    today, j Ail, »aux I tod«), 650. doesn't    actually    annex, he hopes to    #d Friday morning were Crews, a division of power and spoils, but    concerned, through his owm deeds    control    through    iron-clad economic    Winch ell. Roscoe. Spur, Haskell, the idea seemed so utterly fantastic    and fiery speeches, supplemented by    ■‘5an Angelo, Heimleigh. Winters, that many of them refused to be-    the ventriloquistlc words he was    i    Within ll Duce's field of opera-    Stamford, Eastland Howard, Anson, lieve such a thing could happen.    placed in the mouths of his noisy    i    lions would be Spain, northern    Onola, Scranton, Roby, Girard ana Some there were who realized    Charlie MvCarthys’ he finally has    Africa, Egypt. Asia Minor, and at    Abilene, what clicking of the ivories meant, I compelled the chancelleries of EU- , least part of the lower Balkan states In addition to the medals to be Anthony Eden, Britain’s late foreign    rope to make two and two equal    ,    Jugoslavia, Bulgaria, Greece and    awarded to winners of the tirsfc minister and Sir Galahad of inter-    four. His position now is too plain    Albania All this area he is credited : three places to each division, there national polios, was one of these. for comfort, and it is this:    with    intending    to    control    in    one    wil be scholarships awarded to each He resigned because Prune Minis- j He contemplates creation of a vast ; way or another.    I    ranging from $100 down. ;

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