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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 March 1938

.' -A. . ,1. , . A i -f' ' Designed To End ' Slump In Business WASHINGTON — (UP) — Chairman Robert Doughton of North Carolina of the house ways and means committee today introduced the administration tax revision bill, designed to help end the recession by removing some restrictions on business. ^ Doughton planned to begin consideration of the bill Thursday. _ Simultaneously, Chairman Mary Norton, New Jersey, of the ? house labor committee, appoint- ed a seven member subcommit- tee to write a compromise wage hour bill. Meanwhile, the house naval affairs committee met privately to report out the president's bil- lion dollar naval expansion bill. The committee earmarked $3,000,000 of a $15,000,000 experi- mental fund to construct a new dirigible. Burucli Testifies Bernard Baruch, advisor to j President Roosevelt, declared before the senate unemployment committee that he opposes re- peal of any new deal legisla- 1 tion although he advocates some modification. Senator Harry Byrd of Vir-...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 March 1938

WmMm equate Defense tsures Peace Itr HBP. C4RL VINSON Chillraian of the House Naval Affairs Committee Copyright, 1038, by United Press WASHINGTON — (UP) — The navy of the United States is maintained for two general reasons. One is the prevention of war. The other is readiness to wage war effectively so that if it is forced upon us, it may be brought to a close as quickly as possible with a minimum loss of men and economic resources. The peace which the American people so devoutly hope will continue to be their heri-] tage must be insured and gua- Airl flit tfl ranteed by adequate defense j **Oa(l ^1U ^Ul lU measures. To Promote Peace The building program pro- vided for in the naval expan- sion bill will continue to bet- ter promote peace for it is as true today as in Biblical times that "a strong man armed keeps his palace in order." To be fully prepared for eventualities in this peace lov- ing nation does not create the danger of war. The measure of adequacy of our defense must nec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 March 1938

I* ' • I ' I > I f * r>oc ^ I 2.ric* I : 50c r,o% • # • # us . TCBOAY, MABCg 1, ■ Formal Invitation To AAU Swimmef State Events -Will Be Staged August 4-5-6 Gulf Contests To Be Run Off During ■) Annual Water Fete Sweetwater will issue a for- * mal invitation to Gulf AAU swimmers to hold their annu- al diving and swimming con- tests in this city, it was de- cided at the Board of City De- velopment directors meeting 'Monday night. This was the recommendation of the recrea- ion committee in a special meet- ing Monday afternoon called by Jack Rich, chairman. When ,%Rich presented the proposal to the directors, it was heartily approved. Tentative date was ;et for August 4-5-6, in conjunc- tion with the annual water car- nival. Recreation committee mem- bers Rich, Zollie Steakley, Jr., George Barber and William Mc- Jall, the latter federal recrea- tion district director fom San Angelo representing James E. i Houlihan, Sweetwater director, met with Homer Williams. vice president of t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 March 1938

j Stfsip 4% i Hatnii Tuesday, March i, 1938 i luwIlti^wKKly vi on " Thursday by The Sweetwater Re] Inc. Entered as second class matter at office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, j. . 'M 0 for yt*n, ye thought evil again# me; „jd mM it uuto good, to bring to paw, I if thi dayt to wve much people alive.—Gen- 50;20. &*od hat but one enemy, tlte evil; but the evi) falft twp enemies, the good and itself.-—J. Von Mpflfr. KING LIVESTOCK HOLDS SWAY IN SWEETWATER Livestock is king in Sweetwater. The 4-H club boys and Future Farmers are here with their fat stock and are busy in preparation for tomor- row's sale when the Sweetwater ranchers, business and professional men will vie with each other in buyiny the best of the show stuff. Nolan-Fisher Boys' Live- stock Show has been the greatest this year of any yet held. It is an achievement in cooperation and is backed by the enthusiasm of a number of men who believe in the value of well-bred and properly fed l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 March 1938

I 0 ll II « In ; < h ■r III * It ' ( I; |\ 1" * I < r. * MARCH * Ci 4 t I •V * . SWEETWATER I, SWEETWATER, TEXAS CLASSIFIED SPECIAL NOTICE MADAM COLBERT A PSYCHIC who sees tomor- row. She will tell you how to be successful in business, love and marriage. Regardless of what your problem may be she can and will help you. Special readings, 50c. Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Hotel Ezell, room 9. AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 Abilene, Texas Buying IJfe Insurance is buying Dollars for future de- livery to the insured or his family. The fulfillment of such a contract should be entrusted to a strong, con- servative institution, with a record of successful man- agement. On this basis the Southwestern Life Insur- ance Company invites com- parison, and solicits your business. Joe H. Boothe, Rep. JONES BEAUTY SHOP GOD CEDAR Special On Permanent s Eugene Waves — $2.00 Others Priced Right Phone 2449 APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT: 4 room brick apartment. Cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 March 1938

mm ~ ^ * - *■,'<' •-■ * ." r: np IBBm* W *• ?:oj|ME ible Salt May Become Ally I§s 1 CHICAGO — (UP) Ash Wednesday Rites Tomorrow Asl Wednesday, tomorrow, first day of Lent, Roman Ca- tholic* throughout the world kneel, like these children, at the altar rail while priests an- noint their foreheads with ashes, intoning in Latin the words, "Remember, man, that thou art dust, and shalt re- turn to dust." The ashes used in this hallowed custom are made by burning palms con- secrated on 1'alnt Sunday, the previous year. N who for years have Sought the cause and cure of Certain baffling mental diseases, this week have hopes they Would find at least a partial answer to their problem in a simple solution of table salts. The experiments, developed by investigators of Northwest- ern University's medical school, are based on crystal formations obtained by diluting spinal fluid of mental patients with table salts solution. Researchers explained that the same laboratory technique long has been ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 March 1938

■ ■if:',. * Sale Nets Ken Lewis $360; Record Price For Lamb Seized As Spies Ut-Orolce o|r(U)&U NUMBER 307 SWEETWATER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2, 1938 VOL. XXXX Searchers Comb Area Near Fresno For Airplane Disappeared About 9 O'Clock Last Night; Gnroute to Angeles LOS ANGELES—(UP)—A twin-motored Transcontinental and Western airliner was lost in the mountains east of Fresno today, and fear was expressed jfor the safety of its six passen- gers and crew of three. Officials sent searching par- ties into the mountains where eight feet of snow had fallen. Last word from the plane's •radio came shortly after 9 p. m. Tuesday when Chief Pilot Capt. .John Graves reported first that he intended to return to Fres- no, then, that he intended to seek the Bakersfield airport. % The plane was en route from San Francisco to Los Angeles. Mrs. C. G. Landry, wife of a , power company employe, re- ported that she saw the plane flying down the San Joaquin •River at 9:20 p. m. C >• "PHONY" MESSAGE S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 March 1938

a . mmm f¥Wl ;':' WvWtfV' ace i: & # *g &9HH9B1 Si f* : M " •'* II. rC\ I r fli. m ita •' 4t Outside Chance ' Northwestern Also May Share Pennant Through Upsets CHICAGO — (UP)—Stream- lined basketball without the center jump was easy for Pur- due's famed firewagon boiler- makers and the rest of the big ten was almost as easy. Acknowledged the fastest team between Columbus, O., and the Pacific coast—they didn't tour east—the Boilermakers already held a share of the big ten title today and were expected to make it an undisputed claim by whipping Northwestern Satur- day night. Always Fast Team "We're no faster than we've ever been," said peppery Ward (Piggy) Lambert, who has been coaching high-speed offense for 25 years. "We bring up our boys on the fast break down in this country and keep them trained Up to it year after year. The liew rules were made to order for us." Northwestern and Minnesota, big name football schools of the league, have an outside chance to share Purdue's...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 March 1938

SWEETWATErt SWEETWA liM ■ Annual Scholastic Check Are Appointe for all lift ras |t 10 89 15* 15 4f 175 1«5 |C5' I □ Nml ics !S P.O.* . ..50c | ...25c . .5dfc 1. 50c "1 • School Census Gets Underway • In Nolan County Each Child Between 6 and 18 Years Old Means $22 to Schools The annual task of taking the scholastic census in Sweetwat- er and Nolan county is getting • underway this week with the appointment of enumerators practically complete in various * districts. R. S. Covey, superintendent g Of city schools, announced the following enumerators: M. D. Mauldin, John R. Lewis principal, to take the census in the south part of town,,his dis- trict to lie south of Alamo and 0 Lewis Front streets, and east of the Orient railroad. H. D. Reed, Philip Nolan prin- , cipal, was assigned all hQmes east of the T arid P underpass, south of James and Fifth Q Streets to the Santa Fe on the west. L. C. King, J. P. Cowen prin- , cipal, is to take the portion of the city west of the Santa Fe and nor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 March 1938

m i w$ PAGE FOUR t edition SWEETWATER, TEXAS • I \ n|m| nil|•'"iAlt*''— —- - - ^ on^Thursday by TEe Sweetwater Reporter, &C inc. Entefed as second class mattef at ik*. office in Sweetwater, Texas, *eb.9, J92((. George Bennitt ai.l Russell B,ennitt, Pubs. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, I9S8 spat*? Or if b* ** hh* wilh a ltand """l"* **t woqA tdker«fi>ith he may die, and he die, he it m mur• * r ri the murderer shall mrely he put tfi death. —Number* 35;1S. Every uiipunwhed murderer lakes a*ay aop e- thing from the security of every man's life. Panjel Webster. VEW PUNISHMENT MUST FIT THIS CRIME Use of bombs to murder persons is not only con- fined to war zones. An Amarillo man innocently stepped Qn the starter of his automobile the other morning and a bomb exploded and so mangled his body that he died some hours later. The bomb had been attached to the starting device of the machine in such manner as to ©t it off Of course, this is a lower form of murder than shooting a man in the back, if...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 March 1938

. ilWaiiti• «M>V iWiiiJUjtlii'lil ^'llHl] .1 tvy&f ■ 9E&V3 pBBroi VV- _ Vc'iw^-V'- • ;A% #im ■ , -r: ••' i *$$&*, ■ '.fi ■ 7'Hiy wmm?w SWEfclWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS !! • 1) |ICC ig lis. al- I AM ken- p. 1 1 "l' U-h- j rti f 1 lii'liii 1} I I ilcc- I flight ciinft rot- I U-"f vcruif. % * nxi- ri'M- N;i- tho • wlASHTlSbS XND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist *"Son ofJudfp unit tjht., R. C. '"awe, 6Q1 E*st Third St., Sweetwater TV ROY8TON OfjQ IjOHT and found FOUND: Metal tool box—owner can have same by describing contents and paying for this adv. 302 West Ave. B. special notice MADAM COLBERT A PSYCHIC who sees tomor- row. She will tell you how to lie successful in business, love and marriage. Regardless of what your problem may be she can and will help you. Special readings, 50c. Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Hotel Ezell, room 9. AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 Abilene, Texas Buying Lffe Insurance is buying Dollars for futur...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 March 1938

11HH " • 1 -•* '>v • ' # .v f Briefs • ; : I ■' I V : t II r DallaH Shoentake U leav- [ today sfor her home in El after*a visit here with her Her, Mrs. Lennie F. Nichols •nd her brother, S. L. Nichols. * * * *r . G. W. Lackey and child' ren, Bertie Jean and Jerry, of Abilene, are visiting her sister, Mrs. C. R. Rhodes. * * * R. H. Asblll, local drygoods store manager, is ill in the Sweetwater Hospital. His con- dition is painful, though not serious, according to attending physicians. * * Dp. M. H. Jensen is recovering at his home on Elm from a attack of influenza that forced him to bed late Sunday. * * * Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Jenkins and Mrs. W. B. Thomas spent Monday evening in Abilene. * * * Mrs. Tom Parker of Roby vis- ited friends here Tuesday af- ternoon. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Collins, •who live on a ranch northwest of Sweetwater, spent Tuesday here on business and attending the calf show. * * * He/, Hawley continues to ini Mrs. Radcliffe Entertains First Baptist Circle day....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

<§|i 1 m -o o %) © v] ■< %) * ! ^ % ji ' « r / > % \ t * V ', j * O 0 « Youthful Texans Sought After Officer Slain McKinney, Texas, Patrolman Shot Down By Thug Bloodies Aid In Hunt ^fter Man Flees Thnftigh Field McKINNEY — (UP) — Of- ficers searching today for the youth who killed Motorcycle Pa- trolman Marion Taylor last night said they tyad identified him as an army deserter. The killer, they said, was a Wolfe City you'h who was want- ed in connection with a Green- ville filling station robbery. Bloodhounds were brought here from the Oklahoma peni- tentiary at McAlister to join the search but lost the trail sever- al miles northeast of here. The killer was the object of one of the biggest manhunts in North Texas history. iiWOO He ward Posted A reward of $500 was posted for capture and conviction of the killer. The city of McKinney offered $250 and Collin County the same amount. Henry Jackson, Dallas taxi driver, was "kidnaped by the same gunman. He described the man whom ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

>*.*** •••* t_^ 750,000 Signed By its to Roljs Hiring March of Two and tftek HtlDlbn to Be Employed This Month WASHINGTON — (up) — PrMldent Roosevelt has signed the $250,000,000 deficiency re- lief bill to provide 750,000 Works progress Administration jobs un- til July 1 when' new appropri- ations will become available. His Signature came less than 24. hours after congress com- pleted action on the measure an) wpa officials announced that they would add 500,000 persons to their rolls by the end of March to soften the blow of the business recession. WPA officials said that the money, which President Roose- velt asked in a special mes- sage to congress, will permit them to bring their rolls to 2,- 500,000 persons within 30 days from the present 2,000,000 level. Which is the highest in almost a year. In addition, they will not be. compelled to cut 250.000 others from the present program be- cause of inability to carry them under the regular $1,500,000,000 relief appropriation for th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

t . ' ' ■' Ij|p? r —■y SWEETVTVIE RTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS i ) * I) •f. V §1J • t • I 1 «i V Former Russian Ambassador To Germany on Trial Takon For Granted Ex-Officials to Die Before Firing Squad MOSCOW — (UP) — A trem- bling olu man. 'Mice one of Sov- iet Russia's f'veatest diplomats, stood alone today among 21 Bolshevik leaders on trial for treason and turned upon his ac- cusers in a desperate attempt to escape a fascist, spy's death before a firing squad. The denial of Nicholas Krest- ; insky, for nine years Russia's1 ambassador to Germany, that lie- was a traitor was almost un- precedented in the drama of Dictator Josef V. Stalin's ter- ! rible three-year jjurge that lias claimed more than 1,500 lives.' Many I'loart (juilty The others on trial with him —men whose names are famous j —all answered "guilty" to the reading of charges ranging through murder, revolution, sa-! botage and espionage. Two of Krestinskv's compan- ions in the prisoner's box, Nich- olas Grinko and S. A. Bess...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1938 Inc aS'secon* class matter al offlaiiiF Sweater, TT|M8, Ftf>. ® George Bennitt..ai 4 Russell , JM' : Pubs. miam SWEETWATER. TgXAS of thep PAGE FOUR The Attack on the Business Problem ifrf.p bound unto a wife? teek not to be Art thou looted from a wife? teek not t,,— t Corinthiant 7 ;27. any nM " to match above his rank, itt. but a^l his liberty.—Massinger. BOYS* LIVESTOCK SHOW, A PfELLAR EVENT The curtain has fallen on the Nolan-Fisher Boys' Livestock Show which certainly surpassed the expec- tations of everyone because of the uniform excellence of the stock. It is doubtful if any boys' show in the state can be credited with any finer array of calves and lambs. Some shows may be larger in their number of animals and exhibitors but none will be found where the uniformity of quality dominated to so great an extent. 1 Certainly those in charge of the show and sale are due the thanks of everyone. It takes men with a keen interest in both boys' work and livesto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

I as^:^SSf8v<5^' rati*' ' I • SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■>■ ■ " - li'.1,1-""*' roves wrmmmm SNlKSl BV fl —rTirr^'T-* *• • • T^S Freedom of Action Pledged #To Executives Resolution Requests ^ Withdrawal of Nationals And Ships From China ♦ WASHINGTON — (UP) — The house naval affairs com- A mittee overwhelmingly endors- ed President Roosevelt's nat- ional defense policy and urged complete freedom of action by 4 the navy at the discretion of the chief executive. ^ The issue was drawn when an amendment to the president's billion-dollar navy expansion program by Rep. Frank C. Kniffin, D„ O., designed to ros- trict operations of the fleet to ♦ a theoretical defense line in mid-Pacific and mid-Atlantic, was rejected 10 to (1. « Chairman Carl Vinson, D., Oa„ vigorously fought against j the proposal, declaring that its| ® effect would he to ''set up a j prize ring for the navy to fight in, which is absolutely imprac-1 * tical and contrary to all naval tactics." f The committee then b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

o|ir' Candidate I ibership Grows s 24 Official 3s Are Granted JjJ^cellent progress has been ■jioted in the activities of the Sweetwater Rifle and Pistol club since its formation only a few weeks ago. Twenty-four members have joined and have been issued official membership cards. State charter has been granted and affiliation with the National link- Association is being completed. " fep'riUfd (•(.iiiijji-iitioii between club K am., afiit groups from the National board Unit has de- vqUiptjd, Willi the club having the better «.r the argument to (late, but til. Gi-anJ boys putting in extra practice sessions to , bring up their scores. Tonight a handicap contest has been arranged, open to all elub members. fiSeh shooter will be permitted to name his own han- dicap, but will be penalized for each point lie makes over a "pos- sible." For instance, a man takes 20 points as a handicap and his actual score is ,85. 1-1 is total Score will be 105, but he will be penalized two points for each of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

JK ' r ' * $£ •'/ ;-■■•-,■ ■■'■//■■ ..'■ :VX; " ' ' S ,: *" 7. ■..">'-..■ VV,, ... . ___MEia %t^l^ATER^EPC«TER, SWEEtWAtgg, .B|B||WW WASH TIJBBS AND EASY By Smrtwitor1! Own hirtooiiiat Son of Jadge and Mrs\ R. C. />«ile1 001 East TWrd Bt, Sweetwater SPECIAL NOTICE MADAM COLBERT i A PSYCHIC who sees tomor- row. She will tell you how to be successful in business, love and marriage. Regardless of what your problem may be she can find will help yoy. Special readings, 50c. Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Hotel Ezell, room 9. madam anna GIVES advise in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Camp Joy. AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. 1 Mims Bldg. Dial 581 3 Abilene, Texas < • ) • ) Buying L'fe Insurance is buying Dollars for future de- livery to the insured or his family. The fulfillment of such a contract should be entrusted to a strong, con- servative institution, with a record of successful man- agement. On this basis the Southwestern Life Insur- ance Co...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 March 1938

and Mrs. H. W. Broughtou Wednesday from 1003 Street to 402 Rugland St. JlHlge 8. H. Shook is unable i be at his office as justice of ac<_, on account of illness. It ' * * * Judge y \V. drashear, who lhas beerr ill two weeks with flu, is able to be out part of the time. ♦ * * Mrs. Horatio Bartlivell has returned from a two week's trip to Dallas, where she visited Mr. and Mrs. Laverne McDon- ald, Fort Worth and other East Texas points. « * * Mr. and Mrs. Kayniond liisliop and daughter, Joyce Nell, and Mrs. Albert Brann and daugh- ter, Joan, returned Tuesday from Crockett where they visited Mrs. Bishop and Mrs. Brahn's par- ents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shiv- ers. + * * Mr and Mrs. lioyri Jenkins and Mrs. S. L. McNay of Ft. Worth are visiting here with Mr. Jenkins' sister. Mrs. Arthur Steele and Mrs. McNay's aunt, Mrs. A. G. Elliott and family. * * * Leo English, student of Dan- iel Baker college, Brovvnwood spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. I- English in Ada. ■f * * Mr....

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