The story continues with the second journal. This is an entry from her personal diary, by Elizabeth Lancaster
No post today:
Here’s what else was happening 80-years-ago today:
Nine Power Treaty Conference opened in Brussels to consider means of ending the war between Japan and China.
Ethiopian Crown Prince Asfaw Wossen petitioned the Coptic Church Council in Egypt for a divorce from Wolete Israel Seyoum, declaring that he could not live with the daughter of a man who surrendered to the Italian invaders.
Police in the
Free City of Danzig seized Jewish bank deposits
Count Basie and His Orchestra: Boogie Woogie Blues (Basie)
(no entry) We know she is spending time with family in El Paso and preparing for the move to Roswell for her second teaching job. Her next entry is tomorrow!
A look ahead: She is getting ready to leave for Roswell. I’m surprised how often this teacher stays out late on a work night. And we find out what movie inspires the latest dance craze!
Here’s a look at what was making headlines 80 years-ago today.
President Roosevelt signed the
Guffey Coal Act and the Revenue Act of 1935 into law.
Reichsmusikkammer banned non-Aryans from playing in German orchestras.
Nazi Germany ordered workers under 25 years of age to surrender their jobs to older unemployed men, especially fathers of large families. All employers would be required to submit reports to the labour office divulging the number of workers they employ under the age of 25 and what measures they would be taking to replace them
El Paso Herold-Post August 30, 1934