Abilene Reporter News, May 4, 1938

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May 04, 1938

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Abilene Reporter News (Newspaper) - May 4, 1938, Abilene, Texas © 0 ® ®l)e Allene Reporter-Bettie“    WITHOUT,OR WITH OFFENSE TO FRIENDS OR FOES,VV E SKETCH YOUR WORLD EXACTLY AS IT GOES,"-Biron VOL. LYU, NO. 345. As»octat«d PRM (AP) ABILENE, TEXAS. WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 4, 1938-SIXTEEN PAGES (.ailed Pre*# (IP) PRICE 5 CENTS House To Take Up FDR’s West Outpost Relief Measure Tuesday Gives Extension Consent For Debate After Report Given Amendments Due To Await Formal Right-Of-Way AS HITLER, MUSSOLINI CONFER Rome-Berlin Axis Cools 4.— number of I WASHINGTON, May — by undftOTm,ned (UP)—The house agreed by southern Methodist.. unanimous consent today to Anti-unlficatlonists, who raised | take UP the $4,512,000,000 tho negro question again, contended Roosevelt relief-recovery bill |last Friday, today a-next Tuesday. JO HOURS DEBATE Of Avoca Field New Quarter-Mile Spread For Jones Deep Lime Area STAMFORD. May 4~€oring of 14 feet of oil saturated lime in Humble Oil & Refining company No. 2 R B. Spencer & company today BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. May 4. (/PV-The "supreme court* of Southern '.ad J1™" Methodism today upheld legality of procedure for unification of the    j ys A%ora    <lelcJ a wes* extension of 8.000,000 adherents of the denomination that was split by    a negro slav-    more tban    a Quarter mile, ery controversy in 1844.    Thp outpost, prematurely report- The ruling of the judicial council, highest tribunal of    the Methodist    I cd having    missed the Palo    Pinto Episcopal church. South, came In the face of a threat    of "recession"    | section, found top of the pay    horl- METHODISTS' MERGER VOTE IS UPHELD BY CHURCH COUNCIL Ruling Made In Face Of Broadening Secession Threat By Southerners QUIRINALE PALACE IN ROME THROWN OPEN TO HITLER AGENT IS SLAIN Chairman Clifton A. Woodrom, D„ Va., of the house appropriations sub-comm it tee preparing the administration recovery measure, obtained consent for IO hours of general debate to begin shortly after the measure has been reported by the full committee. The house may not begin reading the bill for amendments until the house rules commKtee gives It formal right-of-way to the floor. Majority For Wage, Hour Petition Seen WASHINGTON. May 4— (^) — Speaker Bankhead predicted today a majority of the house members would sign a petition to force floor consideration of the administration-supported wage-hour bill. religion What effect the judicial ruling would have on the broadening “secession" movement was not immediately apparent, as the quadrennial general conference of the southern church, which voted 434 to 26 for the merger lsat Friday, today was moving swiftly toward adjournment.    | Laymen opposed to unification of the north and south branches had extended a "truce" earlier today,! pending decision of the judiciary COLUMBUS. Miss., May 4— (AP) — Dr. J. W. Lipscomb, president of the laymens organization for preservation of the Southern Methodist church, said here today that the plan of unification adopted at the Birmingham conference of the Methodist Episcopal church. South, would be attacked at once in the courts. council on constitutionality of the merger approved last week by the "On the basis of information I Mrthodlst Episcopal church, South. have received, I think that there Tim anti-unificationist leaders will be a majority of the members    congregation*    planning    "se- sign tho petition, Bankhead told cession" to withhold action, but reiterated they were prepared to carry the fight into civil court lf the Judicial council upheld the confer- ncwsmen. Chairman Norton <D-NJ) of the house labor committee will file the petition Friday. She said she believed 218 members—a majority —ifnc* 'vf*    ,    ...    ... would sign It In time for the con-,    Methodist    Episcopal    ti    orth troversial legislation to be called up i *-nd Methodist Protestant churches for debate May 23.    ba%e sanctioned the merger. AU The house rules committee refus- j three groups are tentatively per-ed last week to grant legislative I footing machinery to complete un right-of- oxy so the measure and! ion. details of whlcli would re Mrs Norton said she "reluctantly" William R. Ramsey, above, agent for the federal bureau of investigation, died at Danville, 111., from four bullet wounds suffered in a gunbattle with Joe Earlywine, suspected bank robber, who was killed. roil at 3.275 feet after coring from slightly below 3.200 feet. Six-inch casing was being run today at the wtII for cementing above the oil gone. Completion as a producer will give the field a spread of nearly a mile and a half to the east and west. SECOND PAY POSSIBILITY Structurally low, the topping of oil saturation brought possibilities that a second section of pay might have been encountered In the well. It is located 1.494 feet northwest cf the company’s No. I Spencer, completed last week after addition for 532 barrels in five hours of railroad commission gauge. No. 2 Spencer is 998 feet from the east and 1,006 f£et from the north lines of section 195-BBB&C survey. It is seven feet higher on elevation than tile No. I Spencer. On the southwest side of the pool, Iron Mountain Oil 'company reported completion of its No. 3 Carl dander for a gauged natural flow of 853 barrels in five and a half hours, giving it a daily potential ol 3,650 barrels. Pay was in Palo Pinto lime at 3.194 to 3.222 feet. Location is in the northwest comer o< the southwest quarter of section 196-BBB&C survey. Rome wore holiday attire as it turned out for the dramatic visit of Chancellor Hitler with Premier Mussolini Above is shown the Quirinale palace In Rome where the German fuehrer was the guest of the king and occupies a suite once used by various popes when the papacy was installed there. Eight-Hour Test On Anson Strike READJUSTMENT DOWNWARD SEEN— U. S., BRITAIN, FRANCE TALK MONETARY ACCORD REVISION Mercury Sags After Rainfall wruld he compelled to resort to the petition to obtain action this session. A similar bill was brought before the house by petition last December but was recommended to the labor committee. The present bill * Ion. details of which’ quire about two days. Tot, Kidnaped By Mistake, Is Found Abilenians To ■ Safely Parley City To Make Bid For Group's First Session In 1939 PARIS. May 4. 'VPV—Officials said today that conversations had been started among the United States, ANSON. May 4 Mack Hays and France and Great Britain looking Montour Production company No. I toward amendment of their ac-I Chittenden estate, western Jones cord of October, 1936, for monetary county pool discovery well eight stabilization. I miles northwest of here, was pull- Bankers said they believed the Local Weather ■ Bureau Records .39 Inch Moisture XOS ANGELES, May 4. (UP)— Arrangements have been is the result of the committee work Two-;, ear-cld Sally Tiesanger who pieted for a delegation of some 20 ing rods today for reconditioning after valve cups sanded up. The mechanical trouble terminated an eight-hour gauge when the well pumped 144 barrels into tanks. It had made 72 ba rrels th. f st hour on the pump, after ma mg several flows by hlad through both casing and tubing. Pay is from the Swastika .sane’ at talk* w pre designed to facilitate a 3.004-22 feet Location is near the new readjustment downward of the center of a 2,500-acre block, in the value of the franc, southwest corner of Amerada sub- They said stabilization of the com- division 18, L. Kortz survey No. 335. fr&nc at about 35 lo the dollar (2.86 originated by France had a prelude in last week’s visit to London by Premier Edouard Daladier and Foreign Minister Georges Bonnet. Tills, officials declared, was followed by talks at the treasury In ^ precipitation .varying from .55 of an Inch at the airport weather Herd local thundershowers that PARIS. Mar 4. (APi-Pre-mirr Edouard Daladier today announced devaluation and stabilization cf    Frenh lr.: c in full acca.J with Ihe governments of the United States and Great Britain. he oririnal legisla- 'ulu no. of revampin tion. The speaker said lie sign the new petition. "I never ha’.e signed a petition and I never am going to." he said. Rep. Rayburn of Texas, tile ma- ...a    HMQ'iuiTiffiv    hv    thieves    "    —    1    HASKELL.    May    4 Forest Dcvcl- was abducted    unwittingly    by    tm    5 .or    25    Abilenians,    accompanied    by    orment corporation and    J W    Mc- who stole    tie    car    in    which    she was    * ° Unharmed : tbf    Simmons    Cow'boy    band    Millen    No.    I    A.    E.    Perdue, prospec- to    attend    the    fourth    annual    Oil    f’ve southern Haskell county    pool discovery well south of    here,    was asleep, was found today and in good health despite the chill night, the    baby was found    In the    Belt Safety Conference in Eastland, abandoned    automobile.    Frida'. ,    .    .    ..    .    ,    .    Belly    was asleep in the rear seat Announcement of the arrange- Jority leader, recalled tha^ he of her parents sedan shortly be- ,    .    ,    .    .    ,,    . "waited    a    while    ’    after    backers of    fore midnight while her    mother    ments *as made    5'«*t«rday by Rob- wage-hour    legislation    initiated the    waa eating    with friends at    a beer    ert Westbrook,    chairman of the ^    ^    ^    ^ petition last    December.    He    said he parlor. After an    absence of    20 min-    transportation    committee for    the    totskl deoth    of    2 854    fee* it    was h«H    nnf rviaH*    ,,r>    Hic    minrf    „    "    •'*    " t    J,    ll Ute* tile    mother,    Mrs.    Herman    j delegation. Groups represented    will    showing for    production from    the Tiesanger,    went    to    tile automobile.    ^ the Abilene    traffic safety com- ^    Adams Branch    lime.    Location    is in waiting on cement today for plugging bark in an attempt to shut off water from lower casing perforations. Gun-perforated from 2.815-44 feet after pipe had been cemented at a had not made up his mind what he would do this time. cents to the franc* and 175 to the English pound was under consideration. The conversations which were County Adds To Fund Balance Washington among Secretary Mcr-genthau, French Ambassador Count Rene St. Quentin and British Ambassador Sir Ronald Lindsay. Premier Daladier. it we* announced. would address tile nation in tho gening. Ministers said the cabinet discussed at its extraordinary ae don many financial maters, including national defense loan details, which they said would be announced within 48 hours. Tile government today ordered a new two year plan of increased war^ plane construction carried out to strengthen the air force, the only national defense arm in which France admitted!? is Inferior. Cutest Kid' Contest Closes Al 5 Today Entry Total Is Boosted To 525 Tile "Cutest Kid" contest, sponsored by the Thurman studio and the Abilene Reporter-News. was practically at an end today - the closing hour is 5 o'clock. At noon, there had been a total of 525 children photographed. 72 of them yesterday and 15 of them this morning. Monday, apparently. had been the rush day. instead of mlttee. the chamber of commerce. Both it and her baby were gone. Police, who found the automobile five miles from the place it    b005ter    club    and representatives    of war stolen, believed that the thieves    the gas    and    utilities    companies, had abandond the car when they    I Als*>    going    from    Abilene to    the M. Collum survey No. 4. noticed its sleeping occupant. Mather Of Mrs. R. A. Maddox Dies Oklahoma Farmer Victim Of Twister April automobile registrations were largely responsible for Taylor county’s entering the month of May with a treasurer's balance of $96,911.42. more than $30,000 above the balance for April I, County Auditor L. R. Thompson reported to-Wllltam day    balance at the begin- 67-year-old farmer, and    of Aprii was $56,540 ll. Disbursements for the month of i at her home In Concordia, Kansas, conference has been a one-day an-; ^ a? *"000.    amounted    to    $46,375.15,    as meeting will be representatives of the stare highway patrol stationed here. T. N. Carswell, secrctary-manag-er of the chamber of commerce community today, killing stated yesterday that Abilene would ask for the first convention of the Mrs. C. E Burkinan, aged 80, died conference in 1939. Heretofore the causing property damage estimat- BLUE JACKET. Okie , May 4 (UP'—A small tornado struck this Afton station to .39 at the / weather bureau blew into I yV'x/k* last nlght t0 brlng a ret ore of 57 degrees early orning. Forecast for the day cos partly cloudy and cooler tonight,* warmer Thursday. The showers filled stock water lakes in {-faltered sections of West Texas .but reports this morning Indicated tha* no water was caught in either Lake Abilene or Lake Kirby. Only damage by tile winds which preceded tile rains was reported from Jayton where light poles were blown down between the town and Its water supply lake. Heaviest rain of the section was also reported from Jayton where approximately three inches fell during the afternoon and night. Other towns in the nrea which received rains were: Baird, estimated two Inches; Rotan, half inch: Roby,    In lf Inch; Hamlin, half inch;    Sweetwater. .42; Ballinger and Winters, half Inch; Coleman and Brownwood, estimated half1 Verification    of the story of a    inch;    Haskell, Stamford and Al- Russian doctor    held    by immigration    bany.    three quarters inch; Asper- offlcers in Del    Rio,    that. he stayed    merit,    half inch; Benjamin, 1.40 at a Roswell, N. M. hotel March 30, inches. Colorado. "Just enough to settle the dust"; Big Spring light rainI and light hall; Midland, sand j storm. Verify Story Of Frame Suspect Tuesday night after an Illness of some time. Burial will take place Friday at Talmo. Kansas. Mrs. Burkman was the motlier of Mrs. R. A. Maddox of Abilene. Mrs. Maddox and her daughter. Christine. left by automobile Tuesday nual affair, but at the Eastland I    *«    crushed    to    death    runjnit    n.H meeting complete and permanent when hls barn was blo*“ doan on ccmPared *lth <->6')4011 Paic‘ oul organization for all vear activity hlm Wilbur O. Wallace, a garage during March. Thompson pointed w’hen murdered bodiev (/f ?lr?. Weston G. From? and her daughter, Nancy, were discovered, was announced here today by A. L. Barr. senior criminal investigator of the department of public safety. The doctor was arrested in San Angelo and questioned in connection with investigation of the Frcme deaths, before being taken to Del Rio. Barr said Pat Taliaferro, Tornado Demolishes Rotan Farm Buildings ROTAN, May 4. which completely (Bpi)—A tornado demolished one Welcome For Der Fuehrer Less Cordial • Austro Seizure Is Pondered As Threat To Italy (Copyright 1938 By United Press) LONDON, May 4.—(UP) — Italian fascist sources said today, as the ears of Premier Benito Mussolini and Fuehrer Adolf Hitler rang to cheers of scores of thousands of people, that the “Rome-Berlin axis” had reached its zenith and that the future would witness its decline. STATEMENTS CONFLICT This was not in accord with official statements but the United Press advices, which were from high Italian sources, said that nevertheless It was the fact. Mussolini, the informants said, had found the axis very useful during the troubled period Immediately after the Ethiopian war and during the most dangerous days of tim Spanish civil war. But since Hitler's absorption of Austria, they added, he has been wondering whether Germany’s expanding power did not constitute a menace to Italy's position, especially in the Adriatic and in southeastern Europe. Moreover, on the Italian side of the Brenner Pass, the Alpine gateway between Italy and what was Austria, but is now Germany, there are 250,000 German I speaking people who are Italians unwillingly, because of the world war treaties. It is assumed that Hitler has in them the "protective” ; interests which he has asserted in Germans of countries adjoining Germany. Now the South Tyred adjoins Germany. There mere signs of a weakening of the extreme cordiality between , Italians and Germans when Hitler arrided at Rome yesterday. Bespit# the cheers and pageantry, dispatches from Rome said there wert ! big empty spaces behind the front lines where the cheering took place. PAPER IGNORES VISIT Observers also were struck with what they railed a surprising absence of German nazi emblems at certain significant spots in Rome. There were hundreds of thousands of nazi swastikas, but none on the various ministerial buildings, the chamber of deputies, the senate, the post offices and other public buildings. the buses and street cars all gay with Italian national and fascist emblems. It was noted also that the Osse?-vatore Romano, official organ of the Vatican, completely ignored Hitler* visit—a token of the Vatican’s displeasure because Hitler did not respond to the urging of Mussolini to ask for an audience with Pope Pius. Most fascist political quarters believe that Mussolini is not preparer VISIT, Pf. 15, Col. 6 Fund Approved AUSTIN May 4 (4’ —Governor James V. Allred today approved a $25,000 deficiency appropriation to operate Die Kerrville state sanatorium for tubercular negroes, ad 80-bed institution. ,,    ,    _ .,    j    state    criminal    investigator,    had    house    min    damaged    hsmi win be completed    ;president Sf ^    300    °Ut    **    dUrln*    M*rCh    "V*ral    !    a1red    hllTl    that    handwriting    th«    and    outhouses    struck    eight miles Based on registration figures at 0I“> resident oi mis town oi ow    .....    Bhioti    I    Oftc-eii    ^*____.    ..    .    .    _    ... the three previous conferences H.    persons who was injured. ___    J. Tanner, director general of the    ^be twister swooped from a thV dosing' "day* "arid "that waTgrau    af^rno?n on    receipt    of a telegram    conference predicted that 5 OOO per-    cloudy sky after a light rain began    some>what hlgher than    those for ifylng. Especially so. In the midst    m    bfr    was    gravely    111., sons or more will attend the ses- alhif- The Storm struck benorth-    partlv    due    to    more    than of the rush to get pictures to the    Dr Maddox and 50,1    R*J’.    will    slons Friday. The program will    western edge of the town, breaking    r, ^    -fnr    marh,nprv engraver for the special Baby edi    leave Abllene    this afternoon    to    at-    open at IO a. rn. with a highway    eifclr5c 1Jght poles and communication of the Reporter-News    tcnd thr Mineral.    | traffic safety meeting and will close tion lines and unroofing houses. The Baby section will be present- . J*’0 °lher dau*hte:s- Mr*. Es-,with demonstration of an automo-ed Sunday. In it will be more C 5Vcl? kansas City, and bile safety lane supervised by tile than ten pages of children s photo- „    ® ? Burkman. and a son, Texas department of public safety ,    r    v    W VA. Uneirman    ____ rn*..    «sv _    ___ graphs—all the babies, little bovs bond payments were made which I Roswell hotel register checked with ^uth of here about 8 o’clock last did not come In the April ledger, j that of the suspect.    1    night. Precinct expenses for April were j ‘There are several other angles 7^ occupants of the ha.ise Mr of the care that bear investigation and Mrg> pjoyd Copeland their but nothing new has turned up,” daughter and his sister, had taken What Is Your News I. Q.? and girls competing for the title of "Cutest Kid." The Weather R W. Burkman, of Kansas City, at IO p. rn. also survive. A sister, Mrs. L. C. Only change in the program to Hoss of Los Angeles, and a brother, date is the substitution of a high John Engstrom of V ichita, are oth- school band marching contest for tr surviving relatives. Mr. Burk- the band concert slated at 6:30 pm. man died several years ago.      —    ----------- -------- Madrid Cleans Up After Plane Raid $2,000 spent for machinery On the whole, the financial condition of the county is not so favorable now as it was at this time last year. Thompson said. For April said Barr. Magazine Is Banned HOLSTON, May 4    4*    -Current refuge in the storm cellar of some relatives about a half mile away See WEATHER, fg. 15. Cot 3 Examine Diz's Arm Gets New Trial ABILENE an* elclnfty: Innlrtt And Thursday; warms'- Thursday. WEST TEXAS: Fair tonight tad Thuri- Partly cloudy cooler tonight, The case of John Harrell, who CHICAGO. May 4 (UP) Dizzy    was sentenced to serve two years Deans $185,000 pitching arm was    in the penitentiary wVrma?°ThurTd    *“1    r^nion    -toniKht.    placed under an X-ray today in an    burglary by Judge M S. Long of fast texas''partly cloudy tonight and effort to flnd mysterious "kink" 42d district court last October 30. ba* hampered his baseball jv as reversed and remanded today Christi Bay;    warmer ta northwest portion    l'da-vln& wlth the Chicago Cubs this    by the court of criminal appeals at TSKaVt- temperature 'est.rdnv ... *7    ____ AUStl11’ «^tUn« ti) a HOW trial. Lowest temperature this morning..37    .......... RAINFALL: ii hrs ending 15:30 a.m.    Wed.    39    inch Rlnre first of year ......... 9.09    Inches' Kame period last year ........ 3.43    inches I Normal since fir*t of year    ...    a 41    inches TEM TERATt MADRID. May 4. (UP(-Madrid today began cleaning up the ruins of the most intensive nationalist bombardment in many months. Tile majority of Madrilenos were dining and only a few were on the streets at the time of tile bombardment. Tile damage was heavy, but on charges of | were few- victims It was officially announced 13 were killed and 26 wounded. Beginning at 9:40 p. rn., shells 1937. the books desert with a treas-    copies of the magazine ‘ Ken’’ were    _,    _    ^ urers balance of $115,801.17. Tie    banned from news stands here b\    JCOtt’ To    PrCOCn auditor credited the decrease to the    police today because of an article lowering of tax valuations and of    the city council claimed was ob the tax rate Tie valuations have    scene, been lowered by approximately a — ----------------- half million dollars and thr present cc unty tax rate is 50 cents per $100 'Rluation. Elect Scholar First President Of Eire DUBLIN, May 4.-'UP'-Dr Harvey Scott, new minister for the College Church of Christ, will preach at the mid-week service this evening at 8 o’clock In Sewell auditorium, ACC. _    _    _    v    ,    ,    Mr    Scott,    who    began    his    mlnia- Senator Connaliy (D-lexasi asked jiere sunday, will go tomorrow an appropriations subcommittee of tv Terrell to address a cemetery me-tile senate to recommend payment mortal program near there, answerer the 1937 cotton subsidy by early ing an invitation recently received. summer.    Scott    came    here    from    Tyler. Asks Cotton Payment WASHINGTON, May 4 r fell    at.    the    rate    of    about    IO    per    Douglas Hyde.    78-vear-old Gaelic minute for    an    hour    and    IO    minutes.    scholar> ^    playwright, and a protestant, was elected first president of Eire    (former Irish Free state) today. He was unopposed. Hyde will be    installed in office June I. Until then, he will not have official status. His term is for seven, years. NOT CHRIST'S CROSS'- Pope Deplores Swastika In Rome HOTEL, CAMP RESERVATIONS MADE— ^Quarters In Homes Sought For Visiting Musicians Hi'    i10 ,,kt a °“rd t0 hls Par,n,S ,hlch !    “    (*■“    rt0    havc    roon,!..............M    <»    —    « wag in nome aura. «, R0 accommodate I 560 persons the first    show    the number of rooms cculd be made available during tile candidate appeared, he automatical- visit cf Fuehrer Adolf Hitler. We si!step in a drive to secure rooms for ava^ab^c an^ whether the accom- three day period have been request- ^ became chief executive at a sal- Hie swastikas, he saki, “certainly unc at least 1,500 more visitors In Abl sv lent homes was made this morning. 60 To launch the drive. R M. White, special convention chairman for the Sunrise .. COOLER    Sunset    .. 7 p.m. 7 t m. Dry thern'ometsr    SC,    «<> Vet thermometer    69    <7 leUtlvs humidity    48    33 their assembly program this mom-,rill be visiting our city,” Ing. White requested each student, said. CA8TLE GANDOLFO. May    4—    the feast of the Holy Cross of i UP)—The Pope. In an address to    Christ, the banners of another cross ,500 newly-married couples today, j which certainly is not that of crow, ’ Nominations    for    the    presidency    deplored the appearance of    the    should have been hoisted in Rome,    j All pe:sons who have rooms which closed    at    noon,    and when    no    other    Swastika flag in Rome during    the    I "This was out of place and time    1 tell you this so that you may    i understand how' necessary it is to! modations would be for boys, girls.; el to register with the Abilene ^ ot I75’?00 ayear«, „ u, .    |    arLk^5hrlat's Cf?**-"    4    *    pray. pray and pray for ihe mercy .    uu*    A    protestant,    he Will be duet    ev- The Pope,    recalling    that yester-, of the Almighty in all it* largeness." I , f *?r °?up , chamber of commerce.    ecutive of a predominantly Roman day was the feast day of tile Holy The Pope’s remarks emphasized! we nave already reserved every Meanwhile, the band entries in Catholic country. It was believed Cross, said the newlyweds deserved the coolness between him and Hit-j ZV'Wm °V i cja .,1'af contest continue to come in that    the    chief political parties    se-    die Papal benediction because    ler, culminated by    the    Pontiffs! will bo available at tile time of the [This morning a wire from the band lated him in a gesture to proles- "such sad things are happening, sad withdrawal to Caste! Gandolfo dur-1 'northern Ireland'    things, very    sad. both    near to us    ing Hitler's visit to    Rome    and his* Minister Eamon    De    and far away."    displeasure because    Hitler    did not1 H 5 so Tri-State band contest to be held 7:2i hfrp May 19-21. appealed to the contest but we still lack space for leader at Waco was received re- tan. ulster 12:39 ®n,dpnts Abilene high school at (approximately 1500 persons who Questing that reservation*, be made which Prime White for Hie 98 members of the high school band. Waco Va>ra wants to , United Ireland. incorporate in a "Certainly among these tad; request an audience, despite the i things," he continued, “Is that on urgings of Premier Benito Mussolini i Each question counts 20: each part of a two-part question, IO. A score of 60 is fair; 80, good. Answers on page 7. 1. What is the name of this baseball player who signed a contract to play with the New York Yankees after a long hold-out? 2. Jose Varela is a* a Texas labor leader, (b) the Chilean ambassador to the United States, (c) a Spanish insurgent general? 3. To the members of what organization did President Roosevelt say both he and they were descendants of "immigrants and revolutionists." 4 Soviet leaders decided to continue the purge of collective farmers. True or false? 5. What did the French army’s chief of staff and the British war minister talk about when they met In Pana? © ;

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