Sweetwater Daily Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 44, Ed. 1 Monday, March 24, 1930 Page: 2 of 6
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TH® SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY EVENING, MARCH 24, 1930.
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THE GLIDER IDEA
WEETWATER aviation enthu-
siasts on April 1 will have an
opportunity to see one of thu mo si
novel aviation feats of the year as
Captain Franji Hawks arrives in
a .;liiler, being towed by
What is all this glider idea, any-
way? Lindbergh for the last
month or two has devoted his
time to the study of gliders and the
wise boys have chirped, “That’ll
he the end of his.” It might lie
welt for them to look up records
h;J see that Germany, long a lead-
er tin aviation, is instructing lier
seliool boys in gliding. Adore than
3,0h0 boys of high school age re-
ceived such instructions last year
at the government’s expense.
But what, of it; what’s it going
to do, eventually?
“Gliding activity will bring a '
substantial advance in the import-
ance of aviation,” says Colonel
Lindbergh, “it will form a means I
of training for thousands of pilots
from school age up, and In train-
ing them it will create a much larg-
er mn- ret for power planes. More
pilots mean more men and women
wH8 will use flying as a part of
tlieir daily lives. More flying ac-
together with improved machines, I
plane than the one who has always
had a powerful engine to pull him
out of difficulty.
The soaring glider or sailplaa
differs from the training type in
that it is of lighter construction
and better streamlined. The pres-1
snt American record holder lias a
span of 60 feet, weighs less than
175 pounds and with a 160-pound
pilot has a wing loading of about
one and one-half pounds per square j
foot. Soaring gliders have remain- j
ed aloft on wind velocities of le3s j
than ten miles an hour. Being
light in weight they are compara-
tively safe and easy to fly.
Of tile hundreds of tkousmub cfownm
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BY RODNEY DUTCHER
Nea Service Writer
WASHINGTON—Someone is al-
most certain to lose his job as a
result of the scandal in the Feder-
al Power Commision. The situation
may he solved by a complete reor-
ganization, or the commission may
ge on “us is” after a process of
weeding out, but everyone seems
to agree that continuation of the
present personnel organization is
The three officials
, DAILY 4
$50,009 for $100
of the com-
precedes higher production,! mission most vitally concerned are
F. E. Bonner, the executive secre-
tary; Charles A. Russell, the solid-
ower prices and a g.eater number, tor. and William V. King, the chief
of ways in which planes can be 1 accountant.
usbd economically. . The main charge against Bonner
•, ... . is that he has consistently favored
jT Glider (lying is comparatively J the “power trust" to the detriment
safe, ns a sport or as a method of1 of the public interest. The charge
flying training, if the beginner is i f,sain^ Rttsse11 a.‘“d Ril,s is,tl,at ^WhsEY
i they disagree with Bonner, bear-j u nflIi f ’
ing down hard on the utilities, i
Ordinarily such a condition might
BY WM. E. GILROY, D. D.
Sditor of The Congrecjaticnalist
IJ/HEN we speak of the valm-s
W of life it is wanh while to ask
what is tlie value of our own.
How ■ 1
The real value is, of course, wliat
God sees in us; but we cannot,
know just what that is. Would
not a very practical estimate of
ourselves and our activities be
found in seeking the answer to I
if^OME in and let ns show you our
*|_y variety of attractive models.
has paid a cent
What greater proof of the supreme effi.
ciency and economy of the General
Electric Refrigerator could be asked?
Not a penny for service! What is it that makes
surh an unheard of thin}: possible? Look at that
small round unit on top of the General Electric
cabinet. Your answer is there.
Iji that amazing unit on top is housed your re-
frigerator’s entire mechanism —sealed forever
against dirt, rust — and trouble.
Ask About Our
Open Every Night Until 9 o'clock
Texas Electric Service Co.
Your Electric Servant
ipuier the supervision of a compe-
■ViM, in-tmotor while he is obtain-
ing his initial experience. The
gresmt danger lies in home made
yd1 i which are not properly eon-
i< and i at
"tempts to tow them behind motor
to happen due to structural failure
What would the world lose i,
we were suddenly to die?
Would not many people he ,
have been terminated disastrously | started to discover L’u mil'.!
for Russell and King, but several j death the world would not )<>-•
newspapermen and uewspaperwo-! very much at all? Someone might •
men appeared who w< r4 will j ; ’ '' " * ’ ’■ '
tell their story to the country and circle mlghl I e affected, but would
lately Russell and King have had 'any good cause or any great en- j Leila, an ordinary milch cm,
tlieir day In court before Senator i deavor lie really worse off,
GENERAL f| ELECTRIC
JOIN US IN THe GENERAL ELECTRIC HOUR. 0HOADCAjT CVERY SATURDAY EVENING AT 0 O CLOCK
. OVER A NATION-WIDE N B C N ETV/ORK.
h little more than $100, i; the cause
or ! of litigation in King oowity, York, that may involve $50,000. One
£ hints should not lead one to he- go of Bonner and suggestions from lives in that bald and ver\ prac- „ ■ m - -— —— —. m >w..».
Wt tl : gliding is a dangerous the administration for removal of ttcaj way we ought to see very _ iiAiiTlin IMAllirn nil i
■«.c„nMnn Bussell and King. readily in wliat life consists. It rAnTlf fily 1101ITIIC1 flainiLTl! Dll I
They All May Go Out I is tile lim-sCment of real living UltU I W LI! H I f ! • •
lias only two
letlmd of teaching
Hows tile student to
omed to his controls
leeds tliat il is hard-
bim to get inio scri-
To begin with, he
control levers to
All three may lose out. It is
significant tliat the warmest friends
of the solcitor and the acountant,
while lauding their brave honesty
as public servants, express no great
hope of saving their jobs when
Bonner goes. They know that non-
conformity in a government bureau
no matter how softly its motives,
handle. Every maneuver is made j is the one great cardinal sin in
these two levers. Y^bington.
j t hairman Gouzens, who is far
. mciiamsm to j froni a wild-eyed radical, called ttie
There is no <
taken into :lio
is first towed
1 at t
Joirofl * < ■
one oi t
ins car i
.of the glider.
.raise the mad
but he c
Willis by rain
than two or t
is not 1 commission “one of the rottenest
jjr. ! examples of government 1 have
' ever seen.” The hearings are on
across j Gouzens’ bill to erect a new power
en miles | commission whose members will
m nccus- ',0 full-time men Instead of. ar, at
t ! present, the secretaries of war, ag-
animates | ricniture and interior, who can giv
Hows his ; littlo time to the commission’s
voted to 1 important duties.
. Russell and King have testified
t,lf> tov,‘ | tiiat Bonner triitd to get them to
■n a littli faster and 1 evade or liberally interpret provi-
abie to raise the tall aions of the Federal Power act for
ti, m , , the benefit of the power compan-
H - ul is ,inable t0 |ies. They showed that the utilities
!ti I t om the ground ; were padding .acimunts with mil-
lions of dollars in Inflated values
j which, if allowed to stand, would
have to be paid by the taxpayers
after 50 years (Hiring which 'll •
glider in | inflatoil valuations would be used
for rate-making purposes.
. Russell said one of tlu? first
Mid or going niore i tilings Bonner told him to do was
to get in touch with one of the !
“power trust” representatives and
then “to vr King to lay .......
oreiiininary work, power companies." (The commis-
ot require more sion's work, of course, covers only |
m it-., the gtu. I development cf- power sites leased
j by the government.)
''1 f' ' * hat will in counter-charges, Bonner char-1
liit.ut five feet | ged that King was "too meticu-
lous,” that Russell was in debt and
■ angle of the
what life consists. It
j is the investment el’ real living I
! and influence that marks the rcu!
worth of our lives, and wimre (here
is no such moral and spiritual in- :
vestment life is the mere semblance I
' of living.
! It was this, apparently, that the
New Testament writer menu! when
| he spoke of certain Christians as
I "having a name to live," but being
! in reality dead.
That man is already dead whose
j death would mean no loss to the
(Copyrig.it, 1930, Nea H, i", ice.
Plane Stops Here
A plane belonging to U. 0. Grin-
null, Tub-a, Okla.. stopped at t.l»
Municipal Airport Monday morn*
ing on rout * to Tulsa from ID:;
Spring. There was a pilot, and
| three paEst*liters in this plan^.
Simmons Prof, is Visitor
Mi. and Mrs. Joe Burnum and
son. Wayne, of Aniloj’.e. •; ut Sat-
urday and Sunday with Mr. and
Mi W. Job ' '
i street. Mr. Burnnm, professor of
| mathematics in Simniods uni"
sity. was a delegate to the nth’elir
conference held here Saturuay.
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Mrs. liondiifi, who tried un; u
cf.ssfully to communicato with her
departed husband, apparently is
not a very happy medium.
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J illj iii L!'i
3 o UnL
v RM if
v;io arc out
a number of
live players ;
were also it
The first ve
paring for a i
period whicii i.* to smrt Monday
afternoon at Swatter Park.
Coach Lowe is not uiv .tin
youths any imw pluys duriu:-’ this
period us Gntc!’ I’d Hcmug, ti
Rutgers Preparatory seliool is to
tic iii cliarge o fiiie training next
full. He is giving only fitadnmca-
tai'i in offensive and licieusivc
football, spending two weeks oc
At till- close of tile tr, 'cu-
soii, which Is expected in uboul
three or four weeks, two pick- d
mains will play a practice game ul
Grimslc..’, l’lue'r.viii. Holland:
Forty-Six ir, Training
Site."tie Wood, K> le Sanders, '
Jaci; Dodson Owen (laibrai:li, Wil- ■
lard Vaughan, Arvil Johnson, 11 or-1
utio Hurdv.o 11, Glynn Wyatt, Lean
,Kitz, i-h Shorhhui, Gene Sirtii-
era, Curt Simmons.
Ceertre Lunger. Lilly C.ijte. floni-i
van CrcsH, Alvis if Item. Marlin
Harris, Ch les Nu 1 urge I
Ma”vji, Mndsuy, Pcvld Biymit, W.!
! H. I’artleti Toni MeClcnnan, Anion |
Henry Lund, l’;od Bledsoe, Guy |
ij.’v.in- Stiine-ii Gun" r. Darrell 1
! Kirkpatrick, Sum •• -ling. Sam:
! .rones, Wesley Anderson, Floyd j
f* C* 1
oc~ • ore wivii.v.tO’i's
allow him to
above the ground, twenty to thirty i
,..... ,, ... | tliat the power companies had been
miles an hour. At this altitude he | "persecuted
Russell replied that
he bad “lost everything," Including
house and automobile, after a long
illness, and had owed $9000 but
had already repaid liuif of that by
undergoing with bis wife privations
which were still continuing.
ir i MM
can learn to loud properly and
"completely master his controls, if
he makes an error the tow oar is
slowed down or the tow rope trip-
bed and the weight of the glider
G so light that it Will settle to
earth without damage, even though
Jhe c.r, "Is are not properly man-
ipulated As the student becomes j
more adept he may climb to 100 ]
meters or nice before cutting
loose from the tow rope. The United Slates delegates at '
It Is a short stop from tile glider London wired the president lot-
to the power plane. A’gUde'r rein-| Hftwu.for expenses' You wonW
fbreed for a small engine and pro-
Poller is called a power glider, and
it Is difficult to differentiate be-
tween a power glider and a light
airplane. Tho student who takes
ltiu primary training on a glider
has tl: ■ adtant.ig.. of knowing how
to maneuver without motor power
and will have a finer feel of hie
think they were at college instead
of a conference.
. .y, '
"The Chicago police,'' said A1 j
Capone, "are the least of my trou-
bles.'' Most racketeers iu Chicago |
feel the same way. __ „|cturo 3|iovrs George W. Wickeivl.um ch i. ma,
Fannv \\ uni. actress, who ad. a She tee t if led before the Senate Judiciary Committee
mltted being over 66, Bays .,he feels 1 Impruing Left to right........... ..
spry as ever. Some enterprising '■ I i.-ltuiu. and Semit'ir-; ...... S. 'tern i i ... 'h 1
producer should get her to play I Stephens. Mist b -ippl: tdandinc, Si aators Cl: rlo.-
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ver’e law t
. net >a >od rough! out t!:at aaves tired mothers
nitmy minutra in preparation at night feeding.
An o!'! r.at inn;-IIv known autotnobilc manufacturer comes out
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A maker of ref rip; <atois for mere than half a century sud-
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Sweetwater Daily Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 10, No. 44, Ed. 1 Monday, March 24, 1930, newspaper, March 24, 1930; Sweetwater, Texas. (texashistory.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metapth561047/m1/2/: accessed November 16, 2018), University of North Texas Libraries, The Portal to Texas History, texashistory.unt.edu; crediting Sweetwater/Nolan County City-County Library.