The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 221, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 26, 1938 Page: 2 of 4
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THE SHAMROCK TEXAN, Shamrock, Texas
Wednesday, January 26, 1938
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HOW WOULD THE PEOPLE
CURE THE DEPRESSION?
The United States is a democracy
and the people are supposed to run
it, through their chosen representa-
tives. But just how directly the in-
fluence of the people is felt in
Washington and the various state
cajfltais is open to debate.
When crises arise, the President
holds long and anxious consulta-
tions with his official advisers; Con-
gress engages in wordy debates; in-
dustrialists, statisticians, college
professors, and other experts har-
angue congressional committees
with their ideas for remedies.
In such times, one wonders what
the people think. Wihat, would the
man on the street do if he suddenly
were placed in power? What does
he think the President ought to do,
for instance, to cure the “recession?
Questions like these make doufrty
Interesting a recent experiment in
which a Philadelphia newspaper un-
dertook to And out what Mr. Ave-
rage Man would do if he were Pres-
Reporters interviewed scores of
persons, of every profession and
every economic level. Their replies
were interesting and illuminating—
evrji more so. perhaps, because
some of the suggestions appeared
One man, a minor C. I. O', official,
said he thought state lines ought to
be wiped out to prevent destructive
competition between various areas.
A woman, a drug store clerk, said
she would see ,to it that automo-
bile financing charges were reduced.
A paperhanger thought the cure
for the slump would be to get John
L. Lewis and William Green togeth-
er and force them to make peace
between the rival labor factions.
One student said he would raise
most of the import duties if he were
Another said he believed the Pres-
ident “doesn’t know a thing” about
the real economic problems, and
should talk things over more with
A taxi driver said that if he were
President he would make every em-
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WERE USED AS
IN THEIR. EYES.
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209 N. Wall St.
WILL TRADE—House and lot in
Shamrock for house trailer. W. H.
Finch, 6 mles southwest Shamrock
on old Dozier road. 121-6E
FOR RENT—My farm west of
Wheeler highway without improve-
ments. See C. L. Nickel!. 219-6E
FOR TRADE —Maytag washing
machine, gasoline motor, good con-
dition, for good milk cow or chick-
ens. R. M. Greer, 1 mi. north, VA mi.
west Twitty. 218-4tp
FOR SALE—Good farm, cheap.
Splendid terms, immediate posses-
sion. See. O. T. Nicholson. 218-6tc
FOR SALE—600 bu. QuaUa and
Watson long staple cotton seed, $1
bushel. Roy Oswalt, 4 miles
IS THE REMNANT OP A GREAT"OCEAN
THAT ONCE COVERED THE »
north of Midway on 66 highway.
FOR SALE—Or trade for dry cat-
tle, 9 fresh and heavy springer cows,
good ones. Fred Holmes. 218-6E
EXAMINATIONS made at the Johns Hopkins University showed
that out of 455 infants, only 28 had plain blue eyes. Examine a
baby’s eyes closely, with good illumination and a magnifying glass,
and you will be able to see the real eye color shining through the'
cloudy, dark-blue Veil. ,
HATCHING EGGS WANTED—
Get in touch with us if you care to
sell. Wheeler Co. Hatchery, Sham-
NEXT: Where motorists travel fastest.
WILL PAY market price for
maize. R. C. Lewis at Gerald May-
field Tire Co. 185-tfc
ployer guarantee a living for a cer-
tain number of years for every
worker displaced by labor-saving
A candy man said he would not
allow any employer to fire an em-
ploye unless his books showed with-
out question that he was losing
Whether any of these schemes
would aid return to prosperity is
not the question. What the survey
shows is that nearly every citizen
has ideas, and very definite ones,
about what should be done.
Whether our democracy func-
tions properly depends on how close-
ly elected officials listen to those
ideas, how carefully they weed the
good ones from the bad, and how
conscientiously they strive to trans-
late the good ideas into workable
New Georgia Coach
ROOM AND BOARD — Private
entrance. 1418 North Main St.
Stronger U. S. Army—
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of what other countries had been
doing, he said.
It was to Taylor, the president
wrote recently that “world events
have caused me growing concern”
and that “the United States must
Representative May said the con-
front the Gloyd horizon, including
all Marion county wells, was not
The commission boosted the daily
allowance of the McCamey field
from 13,865 to 17,700 barrels.
An emergency rule adopted by the
commission provided that wells in
ferees had talked*bVcr the addition- j, corpus CJhristi field could not
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for an opportunity to catch him up
on the few senate rules which may
be invoked in such instances.
, At the outset, Vice President Gar-
ner ruled Pepper already had made
two speeches on a pending amend-
ment, all the rules allowed him. So,
Pepper offered a minor amendment
to the pending amendment, and so
became entitled to two more speech-
es of indefinite length.
The South and the governors of
the states of the South, he told the
senate, have been “doing all they
can to stamp out the crime of
lynching.” The pending bill, he add-
ed, “would do more harm than it
would do good in accomplishing its
CON of a bookseller called
Thibault, Anatole France
started his career humbly. He
wrote verse for his own amuse-
ment and occasionally contributed
a weekly article to a Paris news-
paper. He reveled in literature
but he preferred to read instead
And then Anatole met Madame
Arman de Caillavet in 1883.
Clever, wise, hostess to the lead-
ing figures of the day, she became
his life-long friend and she forced
him out of inertia into compost
tion. So commenced a literary
career that for 40 years turned
the eyes of the world on France
and his country. He had adopted
the name as his pseudonym.
Lively, solid, beautiful, pro-
found works flowed from France's
pen. Short stories, novels,
sketches, occasional verse. As the
years passed his philosophy deep-
ened, he moved from the skeptic
to the revolutionary. The World
War, for one thing, shook his
faiths deeply. He was too old to
Joel Hunt becomes head football
coach of the University of Georgia
after five years as backfield coach of
Louisiana State and three seasons
in the same capacity at Texas A.
& M„ where he starred as a triple
threat quarterback. Hunt spent five
seasons as an outfielder in the St.
Louis Cardinals’ organization. He is
32 years old and a native of Texico,
objective of eliminating lynching.”
He claimed the measure would
infringe upon the rights of the
“We want to save states rights,'
Pepper’s colleague, Senator An-
drews, Democrat, Florida, interject-
ed, “if we have to stay the year out.”
al needs of all branches of national
defense. Asked whether aircraft had
been included, he answered in the
More Money Needed
> The president’s message is regard-
ed as certain to increase the re-
quested appropriations for the 1939
fiscal year for army and navy above
the billion dollar mark.
Before Representative May’s com-
mittee high army offioers declared
yesterday 2,200 commissioned offic-
ers should he added to the regular
army. This would bring the number
There is “urgent immediate need”
for more officers in the air corps,
Brig. Gen. Lorenzo D. Gasser said.
A new small lightweight radio re-
ceiver built for the smaller type of
plane combines three features need-
ed in all planes. The radio has bea-
con reception, broadcast bands, and
shortwave bands for communication
with ground stations.
TEXAN ADS GET RESULTS!
TRY A TEXAN WANT ADI
be deepened from the 4,000-foot to
the 5,000-foot sand through casing
of less than seven-inch outside di-
ameter. Purpose of the order was
to guard against blowouts and crat-
ering. A hearing was called here
Feb. 8 to determine whether the
regulation should be made perman-
Special rules promulgated for the
Oilton field, Webb county, permit-
ted drilling of one well on each
slightly less than five acres. The
proration basis for the pool will be
half acreage and half per well.
The commission announced that
at its Midland hearing Feb. 7 it
would receive evidence from which
to determine limits of the Penwell
pool, Ector county, and the Jordan
When yon need Plumbing or
ate and daugh-
ter of F. C.
Red Cross head,
courses at Roo-
sevelt field, L.
I.. she will
join her coun-
try’s air force.
She asks other
nations to boy-
and Waddell pools, Crane county,
and to decide whether or not the
three fields, or any two of them, are
a common reservoir.
It is dangerous to sell a SUBSTI-
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The Eye Did Move
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Bones, Percy. The Shamrock Texan (Shamrock, Tex.), Vol. 34, No. 221, Ed. 1 Wednesday, January 26, 1938, newspaper, January 26, 1938; Shamrock, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth525988/m1/2/: accessed December 13, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Shamrock Public Library.