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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

r— f • : • • • f :-,$a >v-v ■ ,;,• .; •, ■ ■,. . ■..-■■ -y "■•>,<,■ "•^^■y.; , I ^ WANING YOU NOW- QUIT THROWING THAT > THING AROUND WWILE N mgli WmI/M/M Wmlllik I LL GIVE VOL) A SWIFT KICK IK) THE PANTS IF VOU HIT ME WITH THAT/ STOP-IT MAKES ME NERVOUS WHY, IT CAN T/i hurt yc*,);4p S IMHBB I'M TRYING TO / \ nc af> / n Ailtl READ. 8 ^ 3R.WILL1AM3 EEC U S PAT, OFF yiiiwni^ mm W^r i can't read with that thing flying around mv ears/ YOU LEARN SLOWLY, BUT THIS WILL PEP up YOUR BRAIN)—TAKE that SHUCKS- IT'S ONLY MADE OF PAPER... DON'T TRY TO TELL ME IT hurt you: BROKEN ,<yy^k WL *Sy: v sr. ,T"N f-. /C' ~ ■ VOU DID THAT ON PURPOSE VOU FILLED VOUR POCKETS WITH OLD IRON OR SOME- THING AND THEN GOT ME MAD ON PURPOSE OO -OOH.' OH, WHAT IF MY FOOT'S BROKEN. AND I KNOW IT IS/ OH, I MIGHT BE A CRIPPLE FOR LIFE AND IT'LL BE ALL VOUR FAULT/ HELP ME UPSTAIRS TO MV ROOM.' OO -OOH- JIST A minute KS ■- w wi oh. give me x a hand: let me lean on your \ shoulder..' hah — you snip: y/\ n...

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Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 May 1938

■ ?!' • I}■; Wy<? ^ '' v TIDE CAPTAIN and THE KIPS ByB.v " w" ! FRUIT (HUICE B0ITNDAV9I ( for DER KINK fJ tiefer GIFF A SNIFFLE AT MAM-1A |r ^ ^ J?*: * 3 SfcSsili H/C mm HIC | '1* - J' M -y.:■>;:+? . V QsJi^ s ■^ilk ,4&- ..K. M/V£l. . VELL KINK, HERE'S M # Copr. 1! 3J by Cnltrd Feature Syndlc.it*, Inr Tm. IU|. I'. S. Pat. Off —All rlihl« reifufd 7JIRK S HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE Jq- IT IS ABSOLUTELy IMPERATIVE WAT50 THAT 1 DELIVER THESE MAURETIAN PAPERS AT THE STATE DEPARTMENT A.S VOU KNOlx>, 1 ACCEPTED THEM FROM THE MAURETIAN AMBASSADOR V FOR. SAFE KEEPING* OVEP NIGHT—BUT LUE. OOiNO OUT CAN'T £isk keeping "THEM HEPE lpngep— m K % Syndicate. lac. Tm. IUf. P. I. Pat. Off.—All H«hU fmrrtl ny oh my! ape you HURT, My DEAP? BETTER GOME IN AMD PEST LUHy^Tr) You Look iomeqe' YOU'RE 60IN- ? V AT LOUT OF A I D9NT MIND IF I Dd-Tmank you si e. "That / J LL LEAVE AND PETU&N By WAy of The Roof; so as lo avoid spies! MEANWHILE,BEUJAfcE OF S^NGEes! SANDWICH MAN! HE COLLIDED WITH AT P...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

■mt •1 ' W11 IRIm" US^ If PIpt 5 * MFr*«uIs V "' **"% _ H aWiP J^-w? M Mrs. H. A. Walker Takes Prizes In Women's Section Largest Crappie In Singles and String Caught By Taylors Charlie Stracener again caught the largest bass, a 5 Im- pounder, for the prizes offered in the second annual Fishing Derby sponsored jointly by Sweetwater merchants and the Reporter. Stracener used his own bait. Mrs. H. A. Walker took prizes for her record-catch of the larg- est string of all kinds of fish, 13 1-4 pounds, and for her 3 pound bass. Mrs. Walker fished with Mr. Walker, in an out- board motorboat, and her string included besides the bass, a l'/i pound channel cat and crappie. Mrs. R. C. Taylor caught the largest crappie, a 1 1-4-pounder, to take honors for the ladies; while R. C. Taylor, fishing with C. P. McCelvy, Big Spring, had the largest string of crappie, with 0 pounds. McCelvy had 6 pounds. Other large catches of crappie included J. R. Biggs with 7 pounds, and Jim Barnes with 6 pounds. Mr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

'win" ■■ir ':}■"■ #:•. '■';:^. .V -'.■?,?i Mi"■" . •vwiHr S@y sesw Siafeafe? ?;% V&W& "J M&ik ^.. ^kJSSKfi. ,f ■ " MONDAT, MAY i we '■.:■<•■ • '- ? ' *£" ' ^ ■■ .- : i J : — • ' ' i—^ kl . - *- In rural areas rurally a total of rttmn one hundred aad IWlllion dollars in this In addition to this loss of property "rural residents lose lives or suffer Injuries year. *>; Obviously any precautions - that will assist in reducing : these losses should be of - prime consideration. The correct Installation of elec- tric systems for farm homes fiazard Lessened Using Electricity S and outbuildings offers effective means of che^kli possible conflagrations. Carrying oil laterns, light- ing matches, and candles are among the most fre- quent causes of farm fires. Under the Property Im- provement Credit Plan of the Federal Housing Admin- istration farmers may now obtain funds for installation of electric systems and oth- er improvements to be re- paid over periods as long as 5 year...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

'.VffiSt : -:.1? K V. H. I if < j - fi f S ! m. '• «? § 1 # : j-i i •I 1 ■ ■> t ■ ■i • ' > • > arm Improvement By Cooperation For Tenants Launched Landlords Join In Extensive System In Federal Setup Copies of a new lease form which provides for greater co- operation between landlord and tenant in making farm improve- ments have been received by Dale Campbell, county supervis- or for the Farm Security Admin- istration. Both owners and ten- ants are urged to call at his office in Sweetwater and ltoby and obtain a copy of this lease for study and consideration, Campbell said. Leasing systems built around the idea of cooperative improve- ments have been profitable for both owner and tenant in other parts of the United Stales, the supervisor indicated. Cooperative l'lan "Such a plan is used by the Scully Estates, whose system in several Midwest states was stu- died recently by a representative of our organization," Campbell said. "Under their arrange- ments, the tenant makes ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

' . v-. PAGE FOUR SWEEfTWA'ItBl, vi i \ g « * MONDAY, MAY 2, 1938 iBPMH mmd earth nkM pat* mvuy, but my not jmm away.—Matthew 24;35. i spirit of man, which God inspired, cannot perish with this corporeal clod.—Mil- FIRST AID TEAM "BRINGS IE THE BACON" fow it is Sweetwater's Boy Scouts that have put "Old Home Town" on the map in a big way. Com- peting against teams from all Texas, Oklahoma and >New Mexico, our own first aid team brings home the | bacon. It is a tribute to all of our Boy Scouts, no less than to Maurice Reich, Jack Fitzgerald, John Simpson Jr. Dewitt Conley, Vance Jobe and Nelson Boothe, who by their ability set a new high mark and won over a really competitive field. Due credit must also go to those who have given so much of their time to training fine boys, Jack Shipley, Ace Forgay, Lloyd Rogers, to Jack Harris, Scoutmaster and A1 Stiles, area executive for Buffalo Trail Council. There may be others too - who should be directly commended for this achievement which...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

Mi rfflii , 8 SWKKl'WATEB REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Two Divisions Prepared For 1938 Schedule "Knothole Gang" Organized Among Youngster Fans PLAY BALL! That favorite cry of the national pastime will become an actuality for local sports fans tonight when the lid is blasted off the 1938 Sweet- water Softball Recreation Lea- gue with two fast games begin- ning at 7:30 at city park. In the opening contest, two girls teams represenling Nolan Furniture and Roscoe, clash in what promises to be a torrid af- fair. Climax Hume In the climax. International Harvesters will play the Recrea- tion entry to open play in the men's league. Umpires for to- night's games are Bolton Head and O. O. Hollingsworth. A feature of the league this year will be the newly-organiz- ed Knot Hole Gang, for child- ren under 15 who have register- ed at one of the city play- grounds. The league is sponsor- ed by the Lions club, and ad- mission to the games is 10 cents. Rudy York Puffs Like Chief Meyer DETROIT — (NEA)...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

•«v''4\ SB41 -'', v S® • '\V> ,1 ' :-7 r, *wr #. *..■ «i, ■•■ ' , ' J- tv HNPSPP^l; • ' j$Sjp fcw^TJtA _ ' ' 1 — ., . wr*s«B*!j ss * ;V, M^PPw:: ' ' £ * I««p o. Perry gtclety Editor Dial £328 -*r- oaching Marriage Of Miss istine Czako Announced parchment scrolls vrtth gold and white satin boos and inscribed in gold re- lief announced the approaching marriage of Miss Christine C'zako ■ and A. M East, when Miss Viarena Stinson entertained with a late afternoon tea Fri- day at the home of Mrs. G. W. Davis on Elm The event was one of the most elaborate of the early summer socials. A delicate color note of gold and white accentuated with more colorful tints was carried out In the bowls of California poppies larkspur. carnations, hydrangeas and pink primroses, which abundantly adorned the spacious entertaining suite. The Davis home, recently re- decorated in ivory and beige, offered a beautiful background for the prenuptial affair. Creels Guests Greeting guests at the door was Mrs. .1....

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

MUDW, W % IM0 PSafc >.1. HI '^Wm SWEETWATER BEPOBTEB, SWEETWATER, TEXAS CLASSIFIED Reporter j Classified Advertising ClaRaifiotl ads accepted until noon for publication name day; until 5 p. m. Sat- urday lor the Sunday Kdition. Changes and rarirellatioiui inuat be made by aauio time. LINK HATE \ lines 3 times 75c i linea 0 timea (1 week) $1.20 U lines 2 timea 60c 25 timRR O month) per line $1.00 ,Katfs for more than 3 lines In proportion. 5 average words are counted to each linn. classified display ] time — 50c per inch 25 times (1 month) —$0.00 per inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- ed from patrons listed in the telephone or city directory on memorandum charge; in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly we -k ad runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but cancelled befor* expiration date, are charged at rate actually earned. Errors in ads must he reported at once, ns the reporter does not assume responsi- bility for more than one inc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 May 1938

p£rT IFF ins Are In Blood Mabelles County Breeder Herd By i 7 m m&mm 9 ; V«;- ' Nebraska Purchases ROBY — A recent trade of Interest is the purchase by John B. Stribling of twenty-three head of the tops from the Harold Dev- eny herd at Indianola, Nebras- ka. Mr. Deveny is in poor health and wishes to retire. No doubt he would otherwise have been unwilling to allow the buyer a free hand in mak- ing his selections. Mr. Pevenv started in the Hereford business in 1923. Among his foundation animals was a heifer calf purchased from his neighbor, John Harrison. This was Mabelle 31st by Maj- or Domino 18th and out of Ma- belle 26th by Beau President, second dam by Lamplighter. Although Mr. Deveny had oth- er Herefords, he considered the Mabelles, all descendants of this heifer calf, to be the cream of his herd. She has been a regu- lar producer and her earlier calves Were daughters, which partly accounts for the fact that, prior to this recent sale, Mr. Deveny has been able to sell a to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 May 1938

£ .v" •' zfjfM 0 i 11 li # I JAPANESE VIRTUALLY ADMIT WEAKENING IN CHI ★ ★ Buffalo Scouts Prepare for Round'Up at Big Spring Record of 763 Registered Last Year for Event Mark Expected to Be Exceeded When New Troops Arrive Buffalo Trail Council Loy Scouts under direction of Al- fred J. Stiles, area executive, are making plans to attend the ninth annual round-up to be held at Big Springs, May 6 and 7. V Troops will be classified ac- cording to size of membership, and will compete for trophies in the various events by divi- sions. A grand champion will be declared from the winners in each group. Upon arrival, troops will be assigned campsites, and proceed to set up camp in designated locations. Contests Planned Contests include besides games and sports, cooking, sani- tation, and first aid, the spe- cialty of Sweetwater Troop 40, which won the tri-state event at. Dallas. A feature of the meeting will be the canipfire celebration Fri- day night, at which time select- ed troops will pres...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 May 1938

- "i ■' - v ' aas&fs H HSra ' |t^l'#ATEp niEgnAV, MAY a, ipsa * ;-r- t ti ::.- ■■ Points To Aid Business dScouts •tail Active &&9 'AN — Scout Court of is to be held , Tuesday at. the Methodist ill for the Rotan Boy its. At this ceremony bad- will be awarded all boys 'ho have been qualified as lerfoot Scouts. Cards are to be issued to ich member of the troop and formal presentation of troop ifter for the year. Leaders of troop are to be awarded 5 Girls who are interested in iiQlri Scout work are to be pre- • sent, where a troop is to be Formed. Two Fines Paid ■/it Justice Court ' Two men arraigned before ^Judge S. H. Shook Monday paid rftnes of $14. O. B. McLean was arrested on a charge of drunk- .enenss. and Harvey Howard, pleaded guilty to theft of a bat- tery. BVCKETG BLUNDERERS ! COLUMBUS, O. — Ohio State students have formed a Behind- The-Eight-Ball club. Mike Ka- bealo, football co-captain, quali- fied because he once fumbled deep in Buckeye territory. modern women ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 May 1938

c N e i- I I V 1 t s * [ • • :> v t 1 i- t • i. TUESDAY, MAY S, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS * i' Pitcher Duel Features Initial Contest In Softball Loo Internationals Beat Recreation Club In Opener Large Crowd Turns Out For Sweetwater Recreation Games Recreation battled Interna- tional on even terms for five and one-lialf innings last night, but blew up in their half of the fifth frame to allow 8 runs and lose the ball game, 12 to 0. A sensational pitcher's duel surprised and delighted the large crowd in the opening con- test of play in the men's league, until loose fielding brought on a series of miscues that decided I he contest, Hoav.v Slick Work McGlothlin and Roy provided the heavy stickwork for the winners, while Quattlebaum hit a homer for the losers. The con- test served notice to fans that the games will be much more closely-contested this vear than See INTERNATIONAL Page 5 Oklahoma City Blanks Missions OKLAHOMA CITY — (UP) '—Oklahoma City stopped San Anto...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 May 1938

" -w to attention •"*V: 0 | r-W- Jv -SUft^e Editorials— SWBETWATER REPORTER-Features and itn ■SweetwH OB Th - ine. Ente PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1938 ai* second clW matter it office in Sweetwater. Texas, Feb.9, 1020, George Bennitt and Russell Bennitt, Pub* witqmm—T— - 'I 1 1 ||l ! Uuse, O Lord, do I put my trust; let mo never put to ctmfution.—PnUma 71il. We lp*u t as we love, aiul where we love. If we love Christ much, surely we shall trust Hiui much. HK'i' Mm ■ _T. Brooks. 4«H CLUB BOYS MAKE PROFIT ON PROJECTS The achievement of two Fisher county 4-H club boys in winning Gold Stars for their accomplishments in farm projects is not only inspirational but shows that there is economic satisfaction in the program There are few pursuits that a school student can enter that bring the compensation for time devoted that do these club projects if we are to take those of Tommie Stuait and Harold Neves as a criterion. In addition to the finan- cial reward offered by the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 May 1938

i * I. MAY t, 1988 ■BH SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TSX£$ CLASSIFIED Reporter Classified Advertising ClaRRifind adn accepted until noon for publication name day; until ft p. m. Rat- urday for tb« Runday Edition. Change* and cancellationa roual be made by ftaino time. LINK RATE t lines 3 times ?fic I lines fl times (1 weak) $1.20 3 lines 2 times 60c 25 times (I month) per line ___ $1.00 Rates for more than 3 lines in proportion, fi average words are counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time 50c per inch 25 times (1 month) $0.00 per inch Ads ordered l>y telephone are accept- ed from patrons listed in the telephone or city directory on memorandum charge; in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit, promptly week nd runs. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion, but cancelled before expiration date, are charged at rate actually earned. Errors in ads must be reported at once, as the reporter does not assume responsi bility for more than one incorrect in...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 May 1938

' .'-• ■ • |§f^|§|L' -® <-"^w-.tfL-, 7>'fe«p MM1MI..1W IIMMIIW for Grate of 24 Pints Crate 79c 3 Pints JJJ© *ves G-Man Dies Of Gunshot Wound DANVILLE — (UP) — Wil- liam Ramsey, 34, a G-man, died at a hospital today of bullet wounds suffered yesterday in a gun battle with a bank robbery suspect near Penfield. The suspect, Joe Earlywine, was killed. His seven-year-old son, Virgil, and State Police- man W. A. Stammuth were wounded. While 50 Crates Last Carrots-Beets Parsley Onions Bunch 2U White Velvet OKRA 19c Florida Bell PEPPER Lb. Large Bleached CELERY Stalk 15C Tender Leaf SPINACH Ll>. 2l/lC Lb. 10c Yellow or White SQUASH Lh41/ic Large Size PINEAPPLE Each 22C Wage-Hour Bill Political Issue WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt thrust his controversial wage-hour bill be- fore the nation as a vital po- litical issue when he rebuked the house rules committee coali- tion which bottled up the mea- sure and urged that the entire house membership be given a chance to express i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 May 1938

!*? if, SI • (i • *, <V 0 •r « i y i ^ H P ■ ■ mm BMP in , •} . £Sj ' ma 1DENT DROWNS IN FR K K K * W . m W W " H W W K H « X « " « « " Hitler Visit To Rome May T urn Into Briton Triumph Italy To Move Troops Out Of Spanish Areas Japan Faces New Disasters Along China War Front By UNITED PRESS Adolf Hitler's celebrated visit to Rome today threatened to turn into a triumph for Prime Minister Chamberlain of Great Britain. Chamberlain made a tremen- dous effort to safeguard Euro- pean peace by breaking the partnership between Hitler and Italian Premier Mussolini. Will Move Troops Mussolini and Hitler were un- derstood to have discussed the future of Spain where the two dictators have backed, the in- surgents. Mussolini already has agreed to move his "volunteers" out of Spain after the civil war. Meanwhile, the third member of the dictatorial bloc, Japan, faced new disasters in her con- quest of China. Chinese troops again battered the invaders' of- fensive to a halt and opened counter...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 May 1938

' life l(Niei#ww ->mm Woman's Intereat Clubs • Churches .* ■ •i onary p Names ficers Thomas Lenox, pastor, gave the devotional from Mark 14 to 18, and led the lesson for the missionary meeting of the First Christian church Monday with Mrs. H. B. Allen as hostess at her home on West Texas. Two songs. "He Leadeth Me", and "Where He Leadeth I Will Follow", were sung carrying out the missionary theme. Mrs. Ney Sheridan, president, con- ducted business and the elec- tion of officers was held. Officers Named Mrs. Walter Anderson was named president; Mrs. Sheridan, vice-president; Mrs. Thomas Knapp, recording and corres- ponding secretary; Mrs. Birdie Pope, treasurer. Hi The afternoon program f'ol- .. lowed. Mrs. Anderson gave a I discussion on "Religion of the See MISSIONARY Page 4 * * * Church Circle Meets In Cortright Home Three hostesses Mrs. Ruth Cortright, Mrs. George Conlev and Mrs. S. O. Herring, enter- tained members of circle 2. of the Presbyterian church Mon- day afternoon at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 May 1938

t ; ? JEJ59 lil ■ Wm-asr -So ■ B5w H ' •«'•, H1 ^Pl? ' '' f:-w wednesday, may 4s 1988 sweetwater reporter, sweetwater, texas Derby Favorite Defeated By His Mate—The Chief Fighting Fox Shares Spotlight Because of Wood Memorial Win CHURCHILL DOWNS, Ky.— (UP) — Stagehand, the Ken- tucky derby co-favorite, was beaten in his first outing since March Tuesday afternoon, but the hardboots are saying that it was just a workout: that Stagehand could have won if he wanted to. The son of Sicke and Stage- craft finished third in the derby trial, preview for Saturday's Kentucky derby. The race was won . by his stablemate. '1 he Chief, after a savagely fought stretch duel. Nluhlemate Wins The Chief, which will run as an entry with Stagehand on Saturday set a track record for the mile as he outlasted the Woolford Farm's Lawrin by half a head. Five lengths back in third place, not under drive, t ;ime Stagehand, winner of $150,- 000 during the winter and early betting favorite for th" derby. Jackie W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 May 1938

I V if J vl 11 I 1 !jSfaPjnf? TEXAS SWEETWATER, PACE FOtfU they refuted to hearken, and pulled away thouhler, and toppe4 tfr#*r «im, that they not hear.—Zechariali 7ill. WEPNESDAY, MAY 4> 1998 on fhurwfty by^fffeSweetwa Inc. Entered as jecond class matter office lo Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. George gennltt and Russell Bennltt, ■ (H^tpicy ami vekeiueiicy iu opiuiuii are the garni proof* of ntupidily,—Burton. EUROPE'S DICTATORS TRY TO OUT DO CAESAR AH the fan fare being thrown around the visit of Adolf Hitler to Mussolini in Rome seems to have been copied from the history books of old. Europe's dictators thrive on display and show, with themselves Its the central figures of it all Utilizing huge armed forces as the background it is very easy to bring in the entire populace for a Roman holiday such as those of the time of Caesar. Underneath all this glamour of welcome the dic- tators themselves know a skillful game of diplo- macy is taking place. Both the Italians and the Germans are v...

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