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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1938 i'wt a a ) is' THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS INTERESTING REPORT OF TRIP FROM NEW YORK CITY TO VENEZUELA Following is a letter from R. H. Uerry to Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Stroud of Atlanta: We departed New York City on the SS Carabobo, for Maracaibo, Venezuela, on November 24, 1937. The trip enrout being very enjoy- able, seas not too rough and just rough enough to put a keen edge on our appetites. Rooms, service and food being all that could be desired. The time spent on the wa- ter was fourteen days and such ports as Porto Cabello, LaGuaria, Curacoa, Aruba, etc. were visited. LaGuaira is the enrance port for Caracas, the capital of Venezuela, which is situated in the Andes mountains at an elevation of 4,000 feet. On leaving the ship at La- Guaira we were greeted by a host of taxi owners, all possessing mo- dern up-to-date American made automobiles and for the sum of ten dollars in United States money a party of six made the trip from LaGauria to Caracas an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

-•'^saftsaw Si : fr 'WW 1 ale Cavmm :. >JJp* •, ••■ nv- ', . • ■ -.vV' '■ - ■«*" ,, ,, rj.v;(; . ' f* " THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1038 5-Minute Biographies n A r ■- ~ , Author of *How to Win Friends and Influence People,n BENITO MUSSOLINI He Used to Keep Bombs in the Stove but He Won't Risk Sleeping With Moonlight On His Face Mussolini boasts of the fact that- build a fire while the bombs were as a child he was a holy terror in his neighborhood. Aggressive, beli- gerent, he was always in trouble. He frequently came home with a black eye and bloody nose, and sometimes with his head cut open by a rock. Yet when he went away to a boarding school, he was so soft that he wept from homesick- ness. Mussolini's father was one of the fiercest international revolutionists of his day, and he named his son Benito Juarez, after one of the wildest revolutionists in Mexican history. Mussolini was expelled from his boarding school; and later on he was chased out of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

\ - I.:.. ' n..-.nrini ' ill rel THURSDAY. FEB. 24, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS Early Chicks Mean Extra Profits COLLEGE STATION— Poultry flocks over the state will be in- creased by some 40 million baby chicks during the next few months, according to Geo. P. McCarthy, poultryman of the Texas A. and M. College Extension Service. Purchasers of baby chicks can realize extra profits by buying ear- ly and by securing chicks from nearby hatcheries, McCarthy said. Early hatched chicks are usual- ly in a higher priced market than those hatched after March 15, he said, but the difference in price is more than made up by other bene- fits. Early chicks grow off faster and cockerels from this group find a better market as fryers. There is also usually less from disease, es- pecially in the case of coccidiosis. Pullets from early hatched stock come into production earlier and lay more during the late summer, fall, and winter when eggs are rel- atively high, he pointed out. Many Tex...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

: ' I I v. S- V PT - • ~ —— • THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1988 Mrs. Hefner Presents Marietta 4-H Girls Pupils in Recital On Sunday afternoon at grade school auditorium, Mrs. Byron Hef- ner presented a few of her piano pupils in a musical. Program was as follows: Chopin Polonaise (duet) Rosalie Price and Mrs. Hefner. March of Young Gallants, Dolls Dream, by Mary Anne Cash. Little Tin Dancing Man, Frolic of the Frogs, by Helen Smith. Fluttering Leaves, Valse Blue by Mary Joyce Perdue. Fluttering Moths, Robin's Re- turn by Minnie Lee Salmon. The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise (song). Indian Love Call (song) Betty Jo Rabb. Dolores, Napoleon's Last Charge by .Jacquetta Smith. Betty's Practice Hour (reading) Helen Smith. Country Gardner, Minnie Lee Sal nron. At the close of the program Mrs Hefner presented Minnie Lee Sal- mon with a gold locket and chain as an award for making the most progress in piano studies. Organize The school girls of Marietta high scho...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

lnt;i > > THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1938 Proclamation Is g Issued by Mayor Designating Feb. 27 to March 5 as Texas Week. WHEREAS, the State of Texas is an empire within itself, vast in its area, unparalled in the glory of its heroic deeds an dromantic history, unrivaled in the splendid progress and achievements of its opportunities it has in store for its citizens ever in the future; and WHEREAS, we are approaching the date, March the Second, which marks the birth of Texas Liberty and the beginning of the Republic of Texas, and its subsequent entry into the Sisterhood of States of this Union; and WHEREAS, there is a movement throughout this State that Texas Week, beginning February 27 and closing March 5, 1938, be properly observed in commemoration of the birth of the Republic of Texas; Now, Therefore, I, T. R. Richey, Mayor of the City of Atlanta, in accordance with Senate Concurrent Resolution No. 8, of the Forty- Second Legislature, proclaim TEX- AS WEEK and invito our citizens to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

uppr:"'-- IRiPPP^ THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA. TEXAS THURSDAY. FEB. 24. 1988 swers to Your Income Questions Taxes on real estate and personal property paid during the year 1987 Are deductible. So-called taxes, which are assessed against local benefits, such as streets, sidewalks, drainage, and other like improve- ments, are not deductible but are to be capitalized, as they tend to in- crease the value of the property and thus constitute cost of a per- manent improvement. The Federal income tax on unjust enrichment— a Federal tax on income—is not deductible. Income tax, however, paid to the State by an individual on his income is an allowable de- duction in his Federal income-tax return. Customs duties paid by a person on articles imported for his own use are deductible. Import or tariff duties paid to customs officers; and business, license, privilege, excise, and stamp taxes paid to internal- revenue collectors are deductible as taxes provided they are not added to and made a par...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1938 ■t* THE CITIZENS JOURNAL. ATLANTA, TEXA8 Queen City News This Week's Subs Shep Clements, Queen City, $1. C. L. Cabe, Texarkana, $2.00 Central League The Central Young Peoples Meth odist Union met at Linden Febru- ary 17, 1938. The program on "Friendship" was presented by the the Linden Young People depart- ment. During the business session officers for the ensuing year were elected as follows; W. D. Baker, president; Joyce Pierce, vice president; Maude Bass, secretary; Verona Morris, treasur- er; George Adams, publicity sup- erintendent. After the business session games and refreshments were enjoyed by 114. The next meeting will be held at Naples on March 17, 1938. The banner for attendance was ■awarded to Jefferson after the bus- iness session. Golden Wedding The Golden Wedding of our loved Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Howe will be celebrated by their children this Sunday, Feb. 27 in the Emmett Howe home, Queen City. All friends are cordially invited to call Sun- day ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

Its TODAY and RADIO . . . fireside visitor A short time ago the Federal Communications Commission warn- ed one of the big broadcasting com- panies and a long list of stations that they were likely to lose their licenses if they ever put another program on the air like one which had brought an avalanche of pro- tests from indignant listeners, be- cause it overstepped the bounds of public decency and good taste. Up popped thousands of protests that such censorship of the radio was an infringement of the right of free speech. Of course, it was noth- ing of the sort. No one has a right to come into your home and use language which offends you or your family or tell stories which you do not want your children to hear. Radio is different from the thea- tre, the movies or the press. We can keep scurrilous newspapers, magazines and books out of the home. We can keep our children away from offensive plays and— though with difficulty — choose what movies they can see. But the voice of the rad...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

THURSDAY, FEB. 24, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS 3 i ) I I >NGRESSMAN TEXAS! NEW FARM BILL The President, when he signed the Farm Bill stated, it is a piece of "historic legislation," and called upon those now doing or about to undertake their spring planting to govern their operations in the light of the new law, and that it would be put into operation as quickly as possible. The State Director of Ex- tension will become an ex-officio member of the State Committee, and the Strite Committee is reduced from 12 members to 5. There will arbitrary increases for small producers in cases where payment to any person is so small as fol- lows: (1) If less than $20—increase 40 per cent. (2). ,$20-$40—increase $8 plus 20 per cent excess. (3) $40-$60—increase $12 plus 10 per cent. (4) $60-$186—increase $14. (5) $186-$200—increase to $200. Beginning with the calendar year 1939, no total payment to any per- son shall exceed $10,000 in any one state. This will prohibit a British- ow...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 24 February 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA. TEXAS •ict Court Proceedings O. A. Rogers vs. L. H. Turner et al, trespass to try title, verdict on special issues. Cass County vs. D. Rambo et al, trespass to try title, jury empanel- ed and sworn; case on trial. Mrs. Mattie Goldberg Wallace vs Chas. A. Graham et al, trespass to fcy title, judgment for defendants for title and possession of land. J. D. Simpson vs. United l'rod. Corp. et al, trespass to try title, general demurrer sustained, plain- tiff asks leave to amend which is granted. Robt. Baugus et ux vs. United Production Corp., severance of 112.49 acres out of cause No. 11,012 Baugus vs. Willis, verdict instruct- ed by court in favor of plaintiff. J. C. Harper vs. Traders & Gen. Ins. Co., set aside judgment and award Ind. Acc. Board, jury ver- dict on special issues. Traders & Gen. Ins. Co. vs. J. C Harper, setting aside ruling of Ind. Acc. Board, consolidated and tried with previous case. Mary Lou Barker vs. W. D. Chew et al, trespas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

FIFTY-N inyni ■■: :■■*■! ;'.t I . J ■, sEEwiRsaa The Citizens Journal year ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY^ TEXAS, THURSDAY MARCH 3, 1938 Negro Borrows $1; Lender Loses Life Roy Steger, 44, colored, stabbed Ab Haskins, 63 year old colored man, Sunday morning at 3:30 a.m. The stabbing took place at the Cor- nelius Cooper place on the Ennis Swint farm, 12 miles northwest of Linden. Haskins was stabbed right above the heart and died within 12 minutes after the fatal thrust. Sheriff I. T. Hardegree arrested ^Steger on the Clive Henderson farm and lodged him in the county bastile, charged with murder. Date of examining trial has not been set. Justice of the Peace J. II. Shef- field, of Linden, accompanied Sher- iff Hardegree to the scene and held an inquest. Two weeks before Steger and Haskins had been gambling at Hampton's sawmill and Steger bor- rowed a dollar from Haskins. Sat- urday night they were again gamb- ling at the Cooper place and Haskins asked Steger for the dol- lar ho had previously ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 8 1988 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice in Atlanta, Texai, as second-claas mail matter, issued Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1.00 One Year - $1-60 Six Months 75 Six Months 10° Three Months ..... 50 Three Months ... 65 ATLANTA HIGH SCHOOL NEWS Editors: Myrtice Riley and Betty Jo Hogan HOLE IN THE WALL By Snoopy Hy-de Everybody! Buz, buz, Do you want to get married? You do . . . well then get in the first section of the Speech Class. Marine, Ruth and Frances are the only ones in school that have got- ten married and they were all in chance know why Christine Wal- ker is wearing white socks. YOU SHOULD HAVE SEEN Cotton McKenzie play Tarzan . Christine Walker choose chickens Betty Jo Hogan and Mildred Sneed do the Big Apple. . . Burr Logwood do ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

wmn rttmtnrniiTii IATTDVU. THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS * A CLOUDBURST OF BARGAINS DUNL A THURSDAY, MARCH 3RD FRIDAY, MARCH 4TH SATURDAY, MARCH 5TH ^ n STORE WIDE E&©ILI!>mi& IT WILL BE RAINING VALUES ALL DAY LONG DUR ING THESE THREE STARTLING DOLLAR DAYS THE NEW FOREST MAID WASH F RO C K S in 20 Fascinating $1.50 Styles THESE THREE DAYS $1 .00 Pastel Shades and Whites in SMOOTH FINISH BROADCLOTH 12 YARDS FOR 81-00 Hoy's Heavy Chambray Work Shirts 3 FOR $1-00 Quadriga or Topmost 80 SQUARE PRINT Regularly sell at 22c to 29c yard. All brand new Spring- patterns! 7 YARDS FOR $1-00 Children's Hickory Stripe Play Suits 3 FOR $1-00 BOYS VAT DYED DRESS SHIRTS sizes fi to 14 3 FOR $1-00 Womens New Rayon STEP-INS, BRIEFS, HLOOMERS and PANTIES! regularly sold to 49c each 4 FOR Sl-00 40-inch Heavy BROWN MUSLIN 24 YARDS FOR $1-00 Men's New Spring ANKLETS 4 PAIRS FOR $1.00 The New Spring Wash Frocks for Children by "Mitzi" $1-00 EACH FREE!! FREE!! FREE!...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

—- «fni f?w%rri TATTDXT A T ATT.AVTi Wax THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1938 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS * • Atlanta Woman's Club Meet8 The Atlanta Women's Club met in regular session in the beautiful home of Mrs. L. L. Dalrymple, Feb. 24, 1938, with Mrs. Henry R. King as cohostes. The meeting was called to order when the president asked Mrs. Wade Aday to lead the club in the reading of the club creed. Eigh- teen members answered to the roll call and the minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The club was happy to welcome Mrs. Paul Allen, a new member to to the club. During the afternoon's study course Mrs. Henry A. King most capably presented Pearl S. Buck's book "The Exile". This book is the true story of the author's mother. A story of a missionaries life in China and the hardships endured by a Christian waman and her hus- band. In giving this life story Mrs. King brought to the club one of the year's best books and each member was made to know and see these heroic ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

? !|! THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 3 Oak Grove News Next Sunday afternoon is our regular singing date. All good sing en and visitors are invited. ROYAL CASTLE Sandwich Shop Bar-B-Q Pork and Beef DRIVE OUT FOR HOME MADE CHILI AND SOUP On Rodessa Highway Prompt Curb Service OPEN AFTER THE SHOW Afferent®' For Sale By Long Poultry Farm 619 E. Hiram Atlanta, Tex. liMiMiiimiiiiNiiiiiiiiiiHifiitiNimi Glad to report W. D. Loper and others that were on the sick list last week are able to be up. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Thomas and Miss Birdie Dotson of Atlanta were Sunday guests in the E. B. Dotson home. Miss Anniebel Stamps of Kildare, Rev. and Mrs. Crumpton Riley of Queen City, Mr. and Mrs. Met Steger of Law's Chapel were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Staums. Relatives attending the funeral of Miss Lillie Harper and visiting Mrs. A. Harper and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Walls and four chil- dren, Shreveport, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Land and three children ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1988 THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, A1 ..... PATMAN PARAGRAPHS By Wright Pat nun X Congressman from Texas PROCESSING TAX The campaign for parity for the agricultural commodities has been considerably stimulated by a pro- vision in the new Farm Bill that will permit parity prices to be paid if the money is raised. It is sug- gested that a processing tax be levied in order to raise at least a hundred million dollars on cotton and seventy million dollars on wheat in order to bring cotton and wheat prices closer to parity in ac- BLUE VALLEY CREAM STATION Will Be Open * Wednesday-Sat. Itear Norris Barber Shop L. A. HOLCOMBE, Mgr. Anyone interested in putting Cream on Route, drop me a card cordance with the new Farm Act. The Bolieu Amendment to the Farm Bill was indentical in lan- guage with the McNary Amend- ment in the Senate. Ordinarily it would have been a difficult matter for the Conferences to have chang- ed this Amendment at all, but they found a way around it, and al- th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 3 March 1938

j£?V wm T. F. Crawford For Com. No. 3 We are authoriied to announce the candidacy of T. F. Crawford for Commissioner of Precinct No. 8, subject to the action of the demo- cratic primary, July 23, 1938. Mr. Crawford is a native of Cass county and has been a resident of O'Ffcrreli community since he was 6 years old. He earnestly solicits your vote and influence in the coming primary. the flower mart Next Door to Atlanta Hotel POT PLANTS CUT FLOWERS DESIGNS Phone 260 Atlanta, Tex. R I. tateeii, Cass Farmer Dies P. I. Green, 49, died at his hon^e in Antioch community Monday a.m. Feb. 28 at 8 o'clock. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bertha Green, 2 daughters, Mildred Green and Mrs. Eva Mason of Antioch; one brother Oliver Green, Bloomburg; four sis- ters, Mrs. Dora Skinner, Lisbon, La Mrs. Sallie Bell, Arkansas; Mrs. Fred Cowley, Rodessa; Mrs. Otto Hufstetler, Oklahoma. Funeral services were held at the Antioch Baptist church Tuesday a. m. March 1, at 11 o'clock by Rev. Henry Wommack an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

i: J 1 A VTA TEXAS FIFTY- The Citizens Journal year ATLANTA, CASS COUNTY, TUX AS, THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1989 Cass County Extension Being Watched Closely Chamblee, et als, White-Walker, No. 1, J. J. Potter survey is drill- ing past 5,300 feet. They expect to reach the anhyrites by Sunday and will )egin coring. This well which is being sponsored chiefly by Atlanta business men, will add many acres to the Cass County field if it produces. The Vincent Hughes No. 1 Lys- ter, William Bateman survey, Cass County, north of Hughes Springs, is drawing considerable attention this week| Swabbing operations were begun Tuesday. A small gas showing has been reported. Total depth of well is 4,464 feet. Casing has been set at 1,345 feet for test- ing the Paluxy sand. Gulf-J. W. Hanner No. 1, sec- tion 1G-20-28, Miller County, was brought in Wednesday as a good producer. Mr. Hanner gave the company men bringing in the well a big barbecue Wednesday at 2:30 p.m. which was enjoyed by every- one. Standard-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Citizens Journal — 10 March 1938

"1 ..<■ ffftpp- ' 1 ; f. ■> It: r wwi spe' - THE CITIZENS JOURNAL, ATLANTA, TEXA8 THURSDAY, MARCH XO, 1938 The Citizens Journal J. W. HARRELL, Editor and Publisher (Founded 1879) Entered at the postoffice In Atlanta, Texas, as second-class mail matter, foam-d Thursday of each week—209 East Main Street—Phone No. 178 SUBSCRIPTION RATES (Payable in Advance) In Cass and Adjoining Counties. State aid Foreign: One Year $1-00 One Year - $1.50 Six Months .75 Six Months 100 Three Months 1 60 Three Months — 65 Everyone iB invited to attend church Thursday night. ANTI NEWS Huffines News Singing was well attended Sun- day night. We were glad to have some visitors from Bivins. Come again. The members of the Mt. Pleasant Baptist church wish to thank Mr. Ralph Wicks for the two beauti- ful gasoline lamps he gave the church. There will be a series of meet- ings at the church beginning next Thursday night, March 10 which will continue until Sunday night. Everyone is cordially invited to at- te...

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