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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

. JULY 7. IMS • - • FELIX RIESENBERG V V V « V FIRST INSTALMENT Warm mist, filled with vague forms, hung above the lower stretches of the Hudson. A boy, his arms folded, leaned on the cabin trunk of a barge, the Cavalier, of Haverstraw. "Gee !" The boy kept repeat- ing the one word—"Gee!" His arms, bare to above the elbows, capable arms, browned by the His doubled fists were hard and his face was freckled. The barge carried way with her, as the water slapped her low side, for the Cavalier was at the stern end of • tow. Far ahead a tug, a little wood- ea puffer, exhausted white vapor in har struggle with the river. The last tow, whipping about as the course was changed to avoid the ferries, aaaiaad the tail end of a gigantic kite, •onetimes in view and sometimes lost to sight. A large black double-dccker washed If, her paddles drumming an ener- getic tattoo on the sluggish river, her aharp stem carving and curling the water into an open greenish scar, her hows throwing off brace, whi...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

\p '« >e It A POLITICAL A Ainiiicemerto Hdpi Hill Children doesn't seem to matter much where boye end girls live, if there is any chance at all to carry on 4-H club project* they do it in some way •r another. Take Kanawha county Weet Virgin*. It ha* the largest en rollxnent of any county in the state, —some 1100 boys and girls. As a farming section it has little to re commend it. The county is mostly embraced in the valley of the Kanaw- h* river. The country is very rough and almost mountainous. The young talks have to make their own social life, and here is where 4-H club work has come into the picture. It has provided a means of bringing the young folks together in a social way and at the same time made their diversion count for some* thing in keeping up the home and ap- pearances. In mining settlements and here 4-H club work is the only social diversion fbr the young people. fCiub work was started when some, business men in the county and in Charleston made funds available to ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

El ¡Ü fe' á class matter at the Cain well, Texas Poet Office, under Ml oí Congress, March 3, 1870. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger. ' t, Caldwell, Texas. $1.50; Out of County $2.00 STATIC CALDWELL NEWS And The Rurlaa*n County Ledfter • C. S- CgOMAHTIB. gdltor .ml P<khtaf Subscription 1 Year: In County Advertising Rates, per Headers, per line 25c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head must be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the tcing such notices upon preeegtatiiÉ Jf statement. This paper _ir accept for publication such matter gnd wai^; until estates are up or cases finally adjudicated for its few. The regular legal rate of 10 cents per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and I cents per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. The Two-Thirds Rule Mr. Peter Molyneaux, editor and publisher of The Texas Weekly, Dal- las, under date of July 2, published...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

* > • * * —— Democrats who Helped Make Wheels Go Around At Margaret Sayles and Ruth Ryan were honored last Thursday after- noon by Margaret's, aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Clay, with u swim- ming party at the Gun and Rod Club in Brenham. A delicious picnic lunch was served. The guests were: Dorothy Perkins, Judaon Womble, Pat Easley, Neddie Cade, Mrs. H. H. Womble and son, Bobbie, Mrs. John Sayles and Elizabeth Sayles. Mrs. Allen Bowers Was a very pleasing hostess to the Forty-two Club Friday afternoon. An abundance of crepe myrtle, roses and daisies filled the rooms where the guests were received. After the games, a salad and ice course were served Upon trays whieh held vases of flowers for the center adornments. The guests were: Mei>dames J. L. Giddings, J. Earl Porter, Malvin Hare, W. M. Stone, Maude Morgan, J. R. Heslep, J. A. Gray and Fred Ellis. The Blue Bonnett Club wtfa enter- tained in a most delightfu) wvf Thursday afternoon at the Mmv Mrs. H. P. Cobb where she...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

TU 9 mW ',,•- . í -S V,i i A CALL TO SERVICE PLATFORM Or CONGRESSMAN JAMBS P. BUCHANAN The following is the platform of principles on which Cong. James P. Buchanan, of the Tenth District, is making his campaign for re-election at the Democratic Primaries, Saturday, July 23, 1932 "In making my announcement this year," Mr. Buchanan said, "I do so with deep gratitude for the loyal friendship ^uid support of the peo- pie of thii district during the past nineteen years. When this Congress convened last December I went to Washington without announcing my candidacy for re-election, and while there in the discharge of my duties friends and constituents circulated petitions and procured approximate- ly ten thousand signatures thereto requesting me to stand for re-elec- tion and continue to serve this dis- trict in Congress during this tragic depression. Among other things these petitions contained the following statement: «'We are determined to have a well informed man of long experi- ence, ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

yfM'-i-r — km] H m: m mm w I ■« WASHINGTON, D. C., July 6. (Autocaster)—Outside of partisan politics which still centers largely around the question of Prohibition, the most important topic of discussion here is still President Hoover's in- vitation to the world to reduce all f land armies to their "police compo- nent," to abolish bombing planes, cut down battleships by one-third, reduce other naval craft by a quarter, cut submarine tonnage to a maximum of 35,000 tons per nation, abolish tanks, large mobile guns and chemical war- fare, and so reduce the cost of mili- tary and naval expenditures by one- third. This would "save the people of the world from ten to fifteen billion wasted dollars" the President estimat- ed. Nobody expects the rest of the world to accept this proposal in full, but it is the belief of those in closest touch with foreign sentiment that it will have a powerful effect on the Disarm ament Conference. Relief Bills Par Apart How far the relief bill, which is the...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 7 July 1932

' Mb m W™ —a JULY t. INS S£§Sm . w Free*" Lf * The periods in life when carefree are limited. Child- hood is one of those periods, and rightfully so . . .an inheritance due all. Other periods of carefreeness seldom mat+rUij , except through an individual's own planning and consistent work to that end. Relief from financial woqles brings a sense of carefreeness which well repays one for the effort made to «ave and to have, as hundreds «f depositors in our bank will testify. \. First State Bank in Caldwell (/KM if' i 'i i *4 TBB CALDWELL NSWS '•7 To Prelicli Here Sunday Morning dNtw COOKS POINT NEWS School Teachers ' Salary Checks Tax Exempt Ism m. ' I N. Shaver, State Superin of Public Instruction, Austin, issued an official bulletin an- that school teachers' salary vanante sad checks drawn by school aifirialB to meet obligations of the public schools of the state are not avbjact to the federal two-cent check tax, according to the ruling of the United States Internal Revenue Of- floe...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. 5, No. 29. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY, TEXAS. THURSDAY, JULY 14, 1932. Burleson Co. Ledger, VoL 47, No. 17. BUCHANAN RALLY IS SET FOR SATURDAY NIGHT 1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII B REVITIES.. OF THE CITY iiiiiiiiiiiiiii' iiiiiiiii .minimum J¡^|RS. J. C. WOMBLE, the pust week had a new cement sidewalk put down in front of her brick building occupied by the Simpson Grocery Company, known more recently as the "Minimax" Store. The old walk got undermined with water and wont to the bad. ♦ ♦ * • J. E. BATSON ol' Moody, McLennan County was a visitor Tuesday in the ink-rest of L. A. Woods of Waco, candidate for State Superintendent of Public Schools. t • * * gENATOR CAIN E K OF Bryan, Brazos County, was a visitor Tues- day. He was on his way to Dime Box where a barbecue was staged. He stopped by to electioneer a little —se...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

THURSDAY. JULY 14. 19U. THE CALDWELL NEWS FELIX RIESENBERG V « V V ¥ SECOND INSTALMENT SYNOPSIS: Johnny Breen, 16 year3 old, who had spent all of his life •board a Hudson liver tugboat ply- iag near New York, is tossed into the river in a terrific collision which sinks the tug, drowns his mother and the man he called father. Ignorant, and friends, bravery is a virtue. The Lipvitch Clothing Emporium— "New and Second Hand"—was not unlike the barge Cavalier, in shape, at least. It was a nice little business, buying and selling. In the back, branching from a dark, narrow hallway with a splintered pine floor, were the work rooms lit by naked yellow gas jets and crowded during ten hours of the day with operators on pants and vests. Lipvitch took in piece work on the less difficult parts of manufacture, hiring his help from the tenements of the street. His stock did not spoil, he bought cheap and sold at a profit, even when protesting with vehemence that his loss was great. Back of the two...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

TBI CALDWBLL NEWS THURSDAY. JULY M. During the fifty-sixth Inetrcollegi- ate A. A. A. A. track and field cham- fiionships held in Edwards Stadium, Berkeley, Cal., William Carr won the 440 yard dash in the amazing time of 47 seconds flat. On May 16, 19IU, at Philadelphia, that great athlete, Ben Eartman of Leland Stanford Junior University, ran the same distance in 47.4 seconds. That time was to have been submitted by the Amateur Ath- letic Union of the United States to the International Federation governing track and field athletics, for adoption as a world's record. The original time for the distance made by a college athlete back in 187H was 50 seconds. In 1910 J. E. Meredith of the Uni- versity of Pennsylvania ran the dis- tance in 47 2-5 seconds. Ellsworth Vines, Jr., not yet climbed to the pinnacle of tennis greatness in defeating H. W. (Bunny) Austin to win the British singles championship. By winning the cham pionship on his first attempt, Vines becomes the third in all the l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

, JULY 14, IMS. THE CALDWELL NBW8 THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledger C. E. CROMAR TIB, ftlitor and Publisher MP Enterad as second class matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under Mi of Congress, March 3, 1879. Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Echols Street, Caldwell, Texas. acilities as fast as they can get the noney. . . Subscription 1 Year: In County $1.50; Out of County $2.00 Advertising: Rates, per Headers, per line 25c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head ■tost be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the attorney placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper con no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are oettled up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of [ that is asked of the citizens, U to ob- 10 cents per line of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and f cents per line for each sub...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

the caldwell news 'iff,1 thue8day, july 14, INI. ■ SENATOR CHAS. S. GAINER CANDIDATE FOR RE-ELECTION MAKES STATEMENT TO VOTERS —' IJ'f 11 " I am a candidate for re-election call upon my opponents to meet me to the Texas State Senate for the at the Cross Road, Public dinner , or second term. arranged debates that the people may My record is as a dye cast in the know for whom they vote and why public record of this state and I am I claim no privileges, I ask no proud of the same. ' favors, I want the right to prevail, No outside influences have guided but permit us to see the color of the me nor have I gained thereby. Any man's eye ,to hear his voice in the statement, inference or insinuation forum and on the stump in his ac- otherwise is a base fabrication. j claim for precedent rights of repre- My reference is "The world at sentation. Our people are impoverish- Large," and all the people who are ed, and though toiling industriously, in it, including lawyers, legislators garner but s...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

JULY 14. IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS Club Girls on Riff Tour Pour dresses of their own making: are giving four 4-H girls an educa- tional tour of shrines of American history which is to cover 3,500 miles ami last lor three weeks. Each of the four was winner in their class at tha national style revue, a feature of the National 4-H Club Congress in Chi- cago last December. One of them, Annette Yonkelowitz, ef Hoopeston, 111., waa named national champion. Her winning dress was a tailored wool outfit. Her three com- panions arc Louise Morgan of Bu- chona, Ga., who won on a cotton school dress; Helen Louise Thomas ct Amesville, Ohio, who won on a semi-tailored silk dress, and Mary Marley of Ashland, Mass., who won on an informal party dress. The tour started at Urbana, 111., and continued eastward to Washing- ton. D. C., where the party dropped hi at the last day of the National 4-H Camp. While in this vicinity the party will visit the homes of Wash- ington and Jefferson. Homes of favorite Am...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

THE CALDWELL NEW! WASHINGTON, D. C\, (Autocaster), July 18.—The most exciting question among political gossips is: Will Con- gress try at this session to adopt a constitutional amendment on prohibi- tion for submission to the States next fall ? Both parties in their national con- ventions have pledged themselves to the submission of such an amend- ment. Why can't it be done right away ? The difficulty will be in framing an amendment which can obtain a two- thirds vote in both Houses, which is the majority required by the Constitu- tion for the submission of a constitu- tional amendment. The Democratic platform calls for an amendment explicity repealing the Eighteenth or Prohibition Amend- ment, although coupled with this is the demand that "the Federal Gov- ernment effectively exercise its power to enable the States to protect them- selves against importation of intoxi- cating liquors in violation of their laws." The Republican platform, however, specifically says: "We do not favor ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 14 July 1932

it. JULY 14. int. TBI CALDWELL NBW8 Care* Free"" The periods in life when etrefree are limited. Child- hood U one of those periods, and rightfully so . . .an inheritance due all. Other periods of carefreeness seldom materialise, except through an individual's own planning and ronsistant work to that end. Relief from financial worries brings a sense of carefreeness which well repays one for the effort made to save and to have, as hundreds of depositors in our bank will testify. First State Bank in Caldwell COOKS POINT NEWS Sunday School Convention Held With Snook Church The Sunday School convention of the Brethren Churches of Texas con- voked Tuesday, July 6, 1932, at 9:00 a. ra. on the lawn of the Brethren Church at Snook with Rev. Jos. Barloa of Granger presiding at the devotional services. Tho convention was organized with the following officers: Rev. F. H. Horak of Caldwell, chairman; Rev. Jos. Barton of Granger, vice-chair- man; Mr. J. E. Feifer of Rosenberg, secretary, and Mr. ...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 July 1932

And The Burleson County Ledger A Weekly Newspaper Devoted Unreservedly to the Development and Upbuilding of Burleson County. The Caldwell News, Vol. S, No. SO. CALDWELL, BURLESON COUNTY. TEXAS, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1932. BurtaKM Co. Ledger, VoL 47, Now II PDITOR'S ^ COLUMN ^ I^HE PRESS OF the country, the air above ,and various periodicals are crowded with information per- taining to municipal power plants, telling what they are doing in scores of places to reduce service rates and taxes, take financial burdens off of the citizens where plants are estab- lished. JUST YESTERDAY interesting ac- counts of what municipal light plants in certain cities in Oklahoma are doing to reduce rates and taxes and to help citizens in general, was spread over the air and by the use of newspapers. *pHE CITY commissioners of Ponca City, Oklahoma, announced to citi- zens of its city that no tax levy will be made next year account of its city-owned light and water plant. An 8-mill levy for sinking fund la...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 July 1932

THURSDAY. JULY II. 1ML TBI CALDWELL NEWS FELIX RIESENBERG V V « f ¥ THIRD INSTALMENT SYNOPSIS: Johnny Breen, 16 years «Id, who had spent all of his life aboard a Hudson river tugboat plying near New York, is tossed into the river in a terrific collision which sinks the tug, drowns his mother and the man he called father. Ignorant, un- schooled, and fear driven, he drags himself ashore, hides in the friendly darkness of a huge covered truck— only to be kicked out at dawn—and into the midst of a tough gang of river rat boys who beat and chase him. He escapes and, exhausted, tumbles into a basement doorway. Later, he hears the trap door alammed, a padlock snapped down— and he is trapped. Exhausted, he falls asleep. When he awakens it is day light and he looks about for a place to wash the river slime from face, hands and body. The running water attracts the attention of a Jewish family living in the rear of their second-hand clothing store. He Is rescued—taken into the family— and ther...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 July 1932

TIB CALDWILL NEWS Presents Plan to Collect War Debts and Displace Taxes ACCEPT ALCOHOLIC BEVER- AGES IN LIEU OF MONEY, SAYS PUBLISHER PERRY Kiwanis President Engagement Announced NEWS PERSONALS John H. Perry, New York, news- paper owner and publisher, with properties in states throughout the nation, presents an original plan to displace — income, inheritance and nuisance tax. The plan is already re- ceiving the serious consideration of various national and international leaders. Mr. Perry proposes that war debt nations pay Uncle Sam what they owe with alcoholic beverages inas- much as they have no cash. He pro- duces figures which shows how the United States would thus net four billion dollars with which to lift tax burdens; eliminate bootlegging and its evils; release hoarded money; re- store respect for law: and, greatly aid in restoring International trade. The Perry Plan In outlining his plan, Mr. Perry said: "I have submitted this plan as an idea for the government to obtain su...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 July 1932

THURSDAY, JULY II. IMS. THE CALDWELL NEWS THE CALDWELL NEWS And The Burleson County Ledfter C. E. CROM ARTIE, Editor and Publisher as second clsss matter at the Caldwell, Texas Post Office, under Mt of Congress, March 3, 1879. ^ Published weekly by the Caldwell News and Burleson County Ledger, Echols Street, Caldwell, Texas. Subscription 1 Year: In County — $1.50; Out of County $2.00 Advertising Rates, per Readers, per line 25c 10c LEGAL ADVERTISING—Hereafter all notices carried under this head must be accompanied by the cash payment personally guaranteed by the attorney placing such notices upon presentation of statement. This paper can no longer accept for publication such matter and wait until estates are ••tiled up or cases finally adjudicated for its fees. The regular legal rate of 10 cents per lir of 8 point type will be charged for the first insertion and S cents per line for each subsequent insertion for all legal advertising. The Worst Spot On the Road Ry Albert 7 Hetd A WA...

Publication Title: Caldwell News And The Burleson County Ledger, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Caldwell News and The Burleson County Ledger — 21 July 1932

THE CALDWELL NEW! THURSDAY* JVL1 U. ■S0CI4TY- ¡guests wer:—Dorothy Perkins, Sara I Elizabeth Bowers, Sara Elisabeth Parkhill, Frances Davis, Dollie Pern 1 Wood, Zalee and Virginia Slaughter, , hi | May Bess Savage, David Reeves, Pat • - Easley, Neddie Cade, Judson Womble,! Mrs. T. L. Goodnight entertained Homan Hilliard, James Franklin1 the Blue Bonnet Club last Thursday Cobb, Douglass McHenry, William afternoon with games of forty-two. Duckworth, W. L. Surovik, W. C. The spacious sun parlor and living Mills and Redmond Savage. room were filled with a profusion of seasonable blossoms, roses and zin-' The Thursday night spent a very nias predominating. More of the enjoyable time out at the club house flowers graced the refreshment tráys on Mrs. Jessie Thornton's farm last when after several interesting games Thursday night when Mr. and Mrs. of forty-two, a salad course was serv- J* C. Shanklin entertaned in a de- ed to the following guests: Mesdames lightful way with a picnic supper ...

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