LIFE Magazine April 10, 1939
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Pg… 17 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Madrid Falls and General Franco's Spain Joins the Dictatorships
Pg… 18 THE WEEK'S EVENTS … Great Spanish War Picture Shows What a General Sees of Battle .
Pg… 20 THE WEEK'S EVENTS … Spain Was a Testing Ground for Tools of War
Pg… 22 THE WEEK'S EVENTS LIFE on the Newsfronts of the World
Pg… 23 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Spring: Senator Taft Inspects Ohio's First Snowdrop
Pg… 24 THE WEEK'S EVENTS France Becomes a Dictatorship as Italy Covets French Lands
Pg… 25 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Poland Cracks Down on Its Nazi Troublemakers; Jittery Europe Sends Largest Gold Shipment to U. S.
Pg… 26 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Egypt's Princess Weds Iran's Crown Prince; Pi Eta Musical Wows Harvard Campus
Pg… 28 THE WEEK'S EVENTS Fires Lay Waste Florida Everglades, Eat 5200,000 Worth of South Carolina Lumber
Pg… 30 THE WEEK'S EVENTS French President Gets Royal Welcome in England
Pg… 53 THE WEEK'S EVENTS New York Hunts "World's Fairest" as Hopefuls Pour into City
Pg… 64 THE PHOTOGRAPHIC ESSAY Texas: A Giant State Stirs Itself
Pg… 38 RELIGION Pope Wears White Cassock Made by Favorite Tailor
Pg… 35 ART Cartoonist Sleig Cuts Statues from His Own Fruit Trees
Pg… 47 MOVIES Italians and Russians Do Films of Armored Knights "Ettore Fieramosca".
Pg… 48 …. and Eisenstein's "Alexander Nevsky".
Pg… 50 A Dog Stars in "Hound of the Baskervilles"
Pg… 40 SCIENCE Harvard Physicist Clocks Light at 186,264 mp.s.
Pg… 42 SCIENCE Lie Detector Measures Kiss Reaction, Finds Men Greater Liars than Women
Pg… 57 SPORTS Sidney Freeman of England Buys Sweepstake Tickets in America
Pg… 62 SPORTS Kids Fly Kites Over Washington
Pg… 2 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Letters to the Editors
Pg… 8 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Speaking of Pictures: Masons Stage a Passion Play
Pg… 76 OTHER DEPARTMENTS People
Pg… 82 OTHER DEPARTMENTS LIFE Goes to a Famous Piggery
Pg… 86 OTHER DEPARTMENTS Pictures to the Editors : LIFE'S COVER: The man on this week's cover is W. L. Barter, 64, former captain in the Texas Rangers. The Rangers deserved all their fame. Small in number but long on bravery. they did more than any other group of men to bring order to a lawless State. Though their glory is still great, they are now only a small part of the Department of Public Safety. But in the wide open spaces of Texas they are still a power. Bader used to know famed Judge Roy Bean well (see p. 71). For a panorama of Texas, scenic, economic and social. see page 64.
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