M03-15 - DANIEL DAVID MADDOX NEWSPAPER COLLECTION

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CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of January 31-February 4, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 19, Whole Number 1352:

“White House Door Still Remains Open,” “Illness is Linked With Low Incomes,” “Did They Leave the Island?,” “These Wings made Air History,” “Mexico Increases Tariff on Imports,” “Sweden Has Work Plan to prevent Depressions,” Japan Calls Home Her Ambassador from China” “All They Know is what they read in the Paper”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of February 7-11, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 20, Whole Number 1353:

“Roosevelt Asks Stronger Defense,” “League Fails to Fulfill promise,” “Many New Warships will be launched,” “World Trade is urged by Belgian,” “Buffaloes to Disappear,” “Fires in the Sky cause much Alarm”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School newspaper, week of February 14-18, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 21, Whole Number 1354:

“Japan Is Asked About Warships,” “Hitler Takes More power in Germany,” “Memorial to a man who gave the world light,” “Little Business Raises Its Voice,” “New Housing law To Speed Building,” “China Needs Help,” “Egypt’s Parliament Refuses to go home,” “A Princess is Born,” “Will Water Fleas Hold Key to Life?,” “Spring in the Artic”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of February 21-25, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 22, Whole Number 1355:

“Hearings held on Naval Bill,” “Congress passes New Farm Bill,” “News Around the World,” “Should profit be taken out of war?,” “Services Without Salary,” “Women Want (Don’t Want) Equal Rights With The Men,” “More Money for relief work asked for by the President,” “Berle Gets Appointment,” “Red Cross Head Dies,” “Many May Soon Read by Radio,” “Help Draws Near to Men on Drifting Island of Ice”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of February 28-March 4, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 23 Whole Number 1356:

“Hitler’s Wood Horse May End Austria’s Independence,” “End to  Air Raids Sought by France,” “Republicans Meet on Lincoln’s Birthday,” “A Page of history Has Come to Life,” “Hope to Conquer Everest,” “End of an Epic,” “Coroner’s Verdict,” “Scorched Earth”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of March 7-11, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 24, Whole Number 1356:

“Should Uncle Sam Help out Schools?,” “Hitler’s Speech Rouses Europe,” “Congress Gets to Work,” “Ten Highways to Safety and Relief,” “Robert Takes the Cake on Twentieth Birthday,” “Big New Cave Is Found by Rancher”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of March 21-25, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 26, Whole Number 1358:

“Austria Becomes Part of Growing German Empire,” “Shoe Treaty means step toward peace,” “New series of stamps to honor dead president,” “Should Uncle Sam have New Basket?”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of March 28-April 1, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 27, Whole Number 1359:

“World Faces Many Problems After Austria’s Annexation,” “Do the Philippines Want Freedom?,” “Housewife invents Ice that is Ironed Smooth,” “Is the Deer Fly Such a Speedster?,” “New Air Giant Planned”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of April 4-8, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 28, Whole Number 1360:

“Mexico Seizes Oil Properties,” “Congress Debates TVA Investigation,” “Hope Held Out to Oppressed Groups,” “Sale of  Helium Gas is delayed by Ickes,” “Japan To Stop Salmon Fishing,” “Stamps to be changed,” “Texas memorial Rises,” “Jews Must Leave Austria,” “Great Britain’s Position”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of April 11-15, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 29, Whole Number 1361:

“President Defends Reorganization Bill,” “Air Mail’s Growth To Be Celebrated,” “Mexico Must Pay,” “Hoover Warns Us Of Fascist Danger,” “War To be Waged on Yellow Fever,” “Britain Prepares For Possible War,” “Su-Lin Is Dead”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week, of April 25-29-, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 31, Whole Number 136(3)?:

Italy and Britain Agree on Treaty,” “Congress Debates Spending program,” “France seeks a cure,” “Shrine setup to honor Wright Brothers,” “China Deals Blow to Japanese Forces,” “Rebels Split Spain in two,” “Modern Ocean Travel Is One Hundred Years Old,” “Should we Trade?,” “Dizzy Dean is traded”

CURRENT EVENTS The National School Newspaper, week of May 9-13, 1938, Vol. XXXVII, No. 33, Whole Number 1365:

“Hitler Comes In Triumph to Rome,” “Pulitzer Prizes for 1937 Given,” “Britons Must Pay For More Arms,” “King Zog Weds Hungarian Girl,” “New Third Party Organizes Liberals”

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