Graham Daily Reporter (Graham, Tex.), Vol. 2, No. 228, Ed. 1 Saturday, May 30, 1936 Page: 4 of 4
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WU PANG'S DEM, A <oPV REPORT^]
' YUS, I KNOW,
THIS IS A
OUT I WANT TO
DAN KNOWS TME
SMUGGLERS AND TME
RISKS BETTER TWAN
ANYONE SO IE YOU'RE
PREPAREO TO GO
TWROUGW WITM IT, GO
I BELIEVE TMAT'S
TME PLACE I
WANT- A LOT OF
AND X BELIEVE fl
ILL MAVC A \
GOOD BUSINESS ) \
WERE WE ARE-- RlGMT
NEXT DOOR TO WU
PANG'S OEN. THEY'LL
MOVE IN OUR STOCK
TOMORROW - NOW BE
CAREPUL AND NOT
DO OR SAV ANYTHING
THAT WILL GIVE ANY
OP MS A.V/AV Ou WU FANG.
AH/ A WHITE GIRL ANO BOY ARE
MOVING IN NEXT DOOR---YOU
WILL OP PER YOUR SERVICES SO
CHEAPLY, THEY CANNOT REFUSE
VOU A POSITION---MUST
TAME NU CHANCES IN OUR
_ SMUGGLING BUSINESS /
DO IT, AS LONG
AS I'M HELPING
v DAN/ >
MONEY-- YOU'LL GET
MORE AS VOU NEED 07
that la placed near Philippa’*.
"At the cinema aha waa much
nearer," Philippe objecta.
"A little nearer, U you plaaaa,
MaSsnaniuallj, " Ik. i__
What kab oonb aaroaa: Philippe
Martin, a young Parisian actor,
takes a seat in a darkened movie
theatre next to Monique Pelerin,
mietaktng her for him friend,
liaeUe," the Judge lnetructs
F. W. Fischer Makes
For Governor Texas
.••otoc Texas heavyweight will be
discovered who will be worthy of j
a match with Joe Louis of De-
mMiuntny im /wr hm /iwnu,
Yvonne Be kisses ksr and she
slaps Mm. The president of the
Society for the Protection of
Public Morals makss an issue of
the episode. The newspapers pic-
ture Philippe as a “fiend". Be
loeee Ma fee, and ie summoned
to appear in court.
His text is from John 3:35-36.
■ 'i r. hv •' i
The courtroom b packed to the
door* .and the stairs and corridors
Jammed with disappointed apecta
tom. The trial of Philippa Martin
la an. , ....... <■ i , ,■
On the wltnaaa stand I* Madame
President of the S. P. P. M., who
converts her testimony Into an im-
pamloned plea for the right of
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. T«H GBAMAM MAILT gKPORTBR SATVUttAK. MAT 59. 1»»
HORSES, STEERS, INDIANS USED
EGR SHOE SHOP WALL DECORATION
You’ve heard the old song—
•‘horses, horses, crazy over horses"
. . . Ward Spivey and A. B. Woud
wouldn't be at all surprised if the
song were written about them. W ith
one glimpse tostde their- shoe shop,
it is easy to determine that they
(not only \ like cowboy boots -tnd
spurs thiT jingle. “But ntov twrsea=—
and steers. ,
For the past ten years, Mr. Spivey
and Mr. Wood have fbeio collecting
For Negroes To
C. C. MEETS JUNE 2
At Revival Meeting!
jjk-un-- of cowboys and horses, an i ajj f »nd it is hoped that
Bow they have a
of their hobby. The pictures cost
railed a meeting of the new Board
Be Held June 19 of r>ir*ctors for Tuesday, June 2, at
three-thirty o'clock in the Cham-
Dahae. May «WTW frrat State! ^ of Comm™* offic“-
wide amateur championship contest .....
for Negroes ever held in the South- pr0(fr*m * WOrk
weTt will be staged at the Texas ^ ^ n-mbrwiup. *->d other
' . . _ . . ... important matters
Centennial Exposition on June 19.
up. He is urging
J Rev. Joe R. Mayes, who is con-
■ " ducting the revival at Oak Street
Stanley H. Peavy, president of|Baptirt church will preach Sim-
the Chamber of Oommeece, has day morniBc on the subject ..From
Peavy stated that the new
Medals and cuj s will be awarded
the outstanding Negro amateur in
very little, but the frames run
the bill. Out of the 45 pic-
tures hanging on the wall ih their
shop, not one frame cost les* than
than one dollar.
troit. outstanding professional fight-
of his race.
Maceo Smith, Fedeial official in
Tyler, Texas, Mi$- 30.—F.
the Mountain Top to the Valley
with Jesus." At the evening service
he will speak on “A Fugitive Made
a King.” I
Music before and during all the
set vices of the meeting is participat-
1" by a large number and the meet-
ing iK growing, both in attendance
The minister win speak tonight
on the (subject “Blessing* With
Jesus, Calamities Without Him.
Five of the most interest • ig cow Exposition will have charge of the
boy scenes, of bulldogging, branding, 0penjn^ program at the champicn-
and riding the range, were jainte j meeting. The bouts will
charge of Negro activities at the !>cher of Jy‘el who M uruM,i"K f°r
Governor of Tex** on the platform
of paying oj‘d age pension In full,
^ is spreading Jus philosophy of tax-
in crayon"by Will H. Kennedy, also j ££ ^"the “toxing ^ar^Tn the'new “tU™! r“°u™* °"e end
of Graham. With a keen sense o jivestock building with a seating * * • 8 0
the artistic, Mr. Kennedy has color- j c it of 10 quo • A new *ou,,ce of revenue me*ns
ed the pictures. «d m-J. them out- ^ than W Negro am.teu.-s ' * "T* fcr T”“’" ^ ^ H*
standing in the. collection. L.v( already entered for the events. * re‘u,ned
Two picture, were drawn by Mrs Lv.ley ^ ^ through taking ^he Ux off of
BltT Phinney ' One obi long-bernad t^oirnnirancient rivals of the foot- and.putting it on gas. Oil. sul-
Hteer has a T-X brand, and the . ., .. .. phur, etc. This new source of rev-
steer nas a • .-v u..ball field, are sending competing . ,,
other picture depicts an Indian rid- | been:'H*'* *“ ,a>S' W'°U'd P™V,de me“n9
Two small photograph. c« the j Brownw Hous Galve?lon, ^uCultuial mterests and the Tex-
wall have come from New York. I ^ ,ntnn.n Knrf Worth w consumers of gasMme who are
now having to pay a tax of 4 cents
Fischer, an oil attorney who gain-
bronc bus- I
ed prominence as
showing a famous r~ i and abut 20 smaller Texas towns.
Wr and bull jogger. * ' Gold and silver medals and cups
thinks that the picture ot “ ‘ I will be awarded the .winners and
^'SSam is u°Wen°.t R»lo th8 up in ''TJt laW'Ver ' th« ‘^al ^ble. over
Pinto There U a double "p" brand j b"Ht-< W,U. start at ' oclock '"Fast Texas oil fields, dealt the
,. hl„ • fianK tht‘ evening and continue until fim (|ealh blow NIRA when
l,I'j'rom the stampeding steers to the championships' are established. The ^ Uni.ed Slates Supreme Coult
chuck wagon scenes so famiimr to . f"?ht* wiJ1 , *** three two-mimi e U!>j,eld his contention against Sec-
chuck wagon scenes |~Sunds each Eiimmation contests ti()n y(c) [h(,
cowmen, the pictures represent the
spirit of the Old West. Br.ud.ng
and ropl’.'.g scenes, fighting in front
of a saloon, cowboys astride their
horses- -all these aie included in the
ar ay of pictures.
There is' only one discrepancy in
the entire collection -an : that is the
red headed, toothles- boy!
oil provision of the
A Tax On Natural Resources Will:
1. Pay Old-Age Pension* in Full
2. Take Tax Burden Off Land
3. Give Teachers More Pay
Sportitorium gymnasium *> Dal.as. Fischer was born in West Virginia,
Registered In IVlay ,i th<- psychologist -
| “Two,” replied the lad instant
Austin, Texas. May 3u.—Moderate ( ly.
gains in employment and pay rolls j “And how mr-iy eyes has a dat?’
in Texas were registered during! “Two."
May in comparison with April and j "And, how many legs has a cat?'
The big majority of the Negroes en- gpj.pt bis boyhood riding bronchos
tering the tournament aie h^avy- jn southwestern Oklahoma, and he
weights. * | later studied law on the farm. He
--r> -----i- js a Mason, a Methodist and a rttem-
TES.TER TESTED Let- of the American Legion.
The boy was , probably mentally --1-------o---— _
deficient, aid. an exaiVnation was You will find that Graham Daily!
indicated. " Rcporte:- want-ads will pay you.
“How many cars has a cat?",___ »__________[
TAX THE UNTAXED— I NTAX
(Advertisement, Signed by Sarah
McClendon for F. W. Fischer)
ONE SWIFT AND SAFE
Midi " l S A
FOR HAIR AND SCALP
(MftrwE from Ordinary Hoir Tonict
ITS A SCALF MEDICINE
40c A $1. FEEL IT WORKI* At All Druggitfi
for FREE B*«blet "Tin Tmth Abwl
NillMil mmaAt G*. mw tor*
with May last year, the University I Say, Doc," asked the boy,
of Texas Bureau of Business Re-' n’t you ever see a cat?” _
The House of Hazards -
One supremely good prescription (or
- rheumatism, when caused or aggravated
by excess uric acid—as moat rheumatism
is—is well and favorably known to live
, pharmacists all over America Juat aak (or
8 ounces Atlenru prescription and take as
directed—it is aanft and aafe—often the
pain and agony leave in 48 boon—Coats
about 85 cents. Cut this out and am It.
young ladles to attend the cinema
without being kissed.
’’In the face of this testimony,"
she concludes, “who can doubt that
this dastardly despoiler stands
guilty of one of the most atrocious
crimes In the annals of French
There are mingled cheers and
biases from the audience.
Philippe takes the stand. His
handsome appearance makes a con-
siderable Impression on the specta
ly 1,50*1 representative Texas estab-
By MAC ARTHUR
tore, particularly on the women.
“Defendant." says the Judge
"have you ever been sen-
before for a simitar . . . «v
lishrnents coveting the weelj en7ed
May 16 give a total of *>:i,l20 em-
ployees. an increase of. 1.6 per cent
over the preceding month and o,o
per cer.t over May :a*t Total
pay rolls for the week- were $1,-
496,D00, an increase of 3.1 pdr
cent over the* corresponding week
in April and b.T per cent over the
like period last year.
Cities in which the increase in
the nundier of employees over last
year aas greater- tkan the average
lor the State as a whole were: Beau-
mont, Corpus Christi, Ih-mson, El
Pa»o, Fort Worth. Lubbock, Fort
Arthur, Waco, and Wichita Falls.
Industry groups showing better
than average gains were: Building
materials, clothing and textiles,
fumitute manufacturing, petroleum
refining, printing ar.d publishing,
At p , .
"Welt. Tour Excellency, I have
kissed a few times In my life but
I have never been sent to Jail for
it. 4 ’ f
OUT Of THt NI6HT-
TWO MORE (.1 ESSES
Excited Young Father: “Q i Cfc!
Tell me! It is a boy?"
Nurse: “Well, tne one -in the
vr I have dandiut
cles on piece of i>ap<
I tell wheth-
If they walk
away, you co
not have dandruff**’
General laughter and some ap-
plause! Even Monique Is amused,
and tries to hide a smile
. Th® ,Judge raps his gavel sharp-
ly- Very well. Now In this
'ery well. Now In this In-
stance, how did the Plaintiff react?”
The Judge is frankly pusalsd.
"The Court la confused. It still
does- not understand—the why of
Philippe shrugs his shoulders and
"You mean." the judge suggest*,
"that tfre temptation—w*s—irrs-
This suggestion saves the ship.
Philippe sees a way to defend him-
self without Implicating Tvonns.
"That’s it." he exclaims. "May I
The Judge assents. "You are per-
mitted to speak In your own da-
Phlllppe then launches Into an
impassioned bit of oratory, appaal-
Ing to tbs gallant Instincts of every
Parisian, to the world-famous gal-
lantry of the French courts, to tho
divine spark in every man. Ha
points to Mademoiselle’s beauty, her
dor&ble little ears, her I
Having tasted app!
had completely gained hia usual
"During the act, she didn’t react.”
This Is too much for Monique.
She jumps from her seat. "I did!
I did! I slapped him!"
“That was afterwards,’’ -Philippe
mgues gently. "While I was put-
ting my arms around you, you
f ™ paralyzed with
•bock, Monique says, furiously.
■Oh-h! I don’t paralyaa people
iRfcen I kjfts them.”
Again laughter and
charm. In conclusion, he says:
"Your Excellency, If I am
vlcted for kissing a girl-
ful girl—It will be the
such a thing _ has happened tn
France since the days of Charta-
ren the Judge la lmpn
'You have appealed to the
«M _ _
chivalrous instlpcts of the Court
Top have done wisely. But what
would the world come to If you
men wont about kissing every ghS
who had a sweet little ear? Mak-
ing allowances for the little ear, WB
find you guilty of merely creating
a disturbance |n public, and InfllaE
a minimum pMBtty of three day*
In ^11—or 180 francs and costs."
voice of the coart
gins to drone.
"Flno ISO francs.
(Te ha irearinasdJl '
More Than 20,000
20,272 welis in the East Texas field,
Wells In East Texas
—— I daily production allowed bj hwr is
Two hundred and fifty-seven new ' only 446,063 barrels. The iHsat
wells have been put down in the i Texas field, the largest in the wortd,
East Texas oil field within the past i could alone supply the
30 days. The production of the I of the world.
DAN DUNN * Secret Operative 49
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