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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

t * P vouse rime mber B/6 leviticus' fam'lyf wull here they are. that's his pop an' mom an' his sister hepzibah. 7-/7 X seen a lot OF hill-billy pitchers since an' it's cervnv funny how much they risemble leviticus an' his fam'ly. JOE PALOOKA !I) 1938 McNaught Syndicate. Inc. • • * • <* • « • 0 • ^ • • • • • what's THE matter with that IDIOT oh he probably HOOKED HIS ball. he probably came across from the ' tenth hole. . & a \\ FORE / ooh •••• that ) >ain is 6ITTIN' A By HAM FISHER pain worse. A S' " r hope you make x IF I make this putt- it' ll give me a birdie. IT. you ■<©*// / vj WHAT THE ?P poo°°Re V«vop v*: v ^ i'll MURDER THAT ? — HE PROBABLY slicep.nobopy woulp peliberately prive > on to the green while \ we're puttim6. then you t WERE peliberately PRICING into us f W-WHAT ? are you the guy that was behind us p say po you guys realize yer 6oin' awful SLOW e lissen fellas why not let me go through i'm in a terrible hurryy po you realize you coulp crack our skul...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 July 1938

• Si'' Mmrn , • r ^ 1 V I) I I mi V- YOUNG FLIER. IN $900 PLANE. SOLOS' ATLANTI * * * ★★★★★★★★ ★★★★★★★ 5 New State Records Set At Qulf A A U Swim Meet Bob Tarlton of Fort Worth Hangs Up 2 New Marks i Merrel Clubb, Ft. Worth And Dean Smith, San Antonio, Aid Cause ✓ Pour new rcrords were Bet in five senior swimming events at the Gulf AAU swimming and diving meet which closed at the munici- pal pool yesterday. (Jus ('le- mons, of Han Antonio, set the only junior record of the meet on Saturday, making five new records for the two- day meet. Merrel Clubb, of Fort Worth, lowered the time in the senior 100-yard free style by 1.4 seconds, covering the water course in 55 seconds. The old mark of 5G.4 seconds was set by Harris Mc- Olammrock of Houston in 1937. Clemens, the San Antonio jun- ior champ, was second, Bill Mc- Lellan, of Son Antonio, third, and Hilly Bundiek, Fort Worth, fourth. Tarlton Has Big Day Bolt Tarlton, blond-haired swimming champ of Fort Worth, set two records yes- terday...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 July 1938

• "lS> ' • . :• ••;■ ' 1 ;# V v, '■** •_ <:~ ;:£ . / ' \ DRf€ ^v'y '■'••"■"**f*W "■' * ■' *" '■ 't i-1' * '. SWEETWATtt SWEETWATER, TEXAS , JULY 18,192* tional Conference Opens Today, To Plan War Oh T-B Millions Campaign on Strategy Outlined by National Organization; Cleveland's 5-Year Plan CLEVELAND — (UP) — The nation's coming "war" on tuber- culosis will be fought along lines essentially similar to a five- year plan put into operation here six months ago, it was in- dicated today. The National Health Confer- ence opfens a three-day meeting in Washington today, during which it is expected to adopt a nation-wide anti-tuberculosis bat- tle strategy, prepared by the National Tuberculosis associa- tion. This plan, calling for expendi- tures of $140,000,000 already has been endorsed by Dr. Thomas Parran, Jr., surgeon general of the U. S. public health service. Battle Half Won Dr. Parran, discussing the struggle for eradication of tuber- culosis, has described it as "a battle half...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 July 1938

94BH1 Wfflm .' - y . '■■>,■ : ■ -ff ■'.■v " w W$$! wm v:mm m >m MONDAY, JULY 18, 1938 SWEETWATER KEPORTKIt, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Fort Worth Qolfer Retains Title In West Texas Tournament Yankees Reach Seven Straight Wins In American League, Pirates Lose MO « • 1 • 4' • - t • > I • ,i * • ,1 9 • i il lie ,d- • t he or er. ve at • , • lor its ar- ▼o do « 9 of KR • «• NEW YORK — (UP) — New York Yankees ran their win- ning streak to seven yesterday when they smothered the Detroit Tigers, 16-3. It was the Yankees' 16th straight victory at home, and en- abled them to hojd their 1 1-2 game lead in the American Lea- gue. Second-place Cleveland In- dians also won, nosing Philadel- phia 7-6. Bob Feller received credit for the victory, his first since June 27. Boston's Red Sox pulled with- in two games of the Indians when they swept both ends of a double header from the St. Louis Brwnos, 11-15 and 14-4. The Chicago White Sox raked Kelley, Krakauskas and Apple- ton for 16 hits to beat...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 July 1938

on Don th* diUS itlOD wv> PAGE FOUR SweETWAtER 1 , V ' I* ' 'V ' * ; - SWEETWATER, .TEXASMONDAY, JULY 18, 1936 Features publlih«^j«ab «£y Inc. Untei office Gaorfe and tte .Sweetwater seeond alass ma id daas i atid'R^Tl' £tmit it? But seek ye firai the kingdom of,God, and hit rtghteo usnes$; and all theue thing* shall he add• td unto you.—St. Matthew 6 $33. The body, that is but dust; the soul it is a bud of etwirity.—N. Culverwell. Work on This Awhile. Gentlemen SWEETWATER DOES A BIG JOB IN A BIG WAY The past has been a big week in Sweetwater. The activities started with the holding of the annual "Miss Sweetwater" contest Thursday night and ended With the close of the Gulf AAU swimming meets in the municipal pool Sunday afternoon. During this period, Sweetwater has been host to Harry Hines, member of the highway commission, who officiated at the crowning of "Miss Sweetwater;" bath- ing beauties from twenty-seven cities in West Texas; thousands of visitors who came to see the show...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 July 1938

mm t> I « t< * \ MONDAY, JULY 18, 193ft LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneys-at-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas • Professional Directory Kl' Protection and Preservation of Precious Vision •'Glasses Fitted ONLY When Nccessary Dr. P. T. Quast, Optometrist LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures Mo Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woolworth's 5 and 10 Guar.-inteed I'ri/m,! ^ GOOD Terms ranged Dial 2872 "POPS IS TOPS BROUGHTON MOTOR COMPANY 1 Door X. IJlue Bonnet • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. FREE Wed., Tliurs., Fri., Sat. Of This Week Only 1 40c PINT CA...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 July 1938

j " - < T*«iv SMW y* ^wmi'S'- ■*■ tto'cL •;• •;.ic ' .'• V::'V SWErrWATBt TSXAS ■WiWwWff Ipppil * - T'*~ - ' ANTONIO — Authority i granted the Works Pro- i administration to assist the States Housing authority Nt the execution of its program inr the promotion of housing, it been announced by E. A. WPA director of opera- i for Texas. Projects acceptable to WPA ytify include the construction, extension and improvement of such public facilities as streets, curbs, gutters, sidewalks, drains, sewers, water mains, street lighting, and park, in connec- tion With USHA developments. Baugh stated that WPA pro- ject applications may not include actual construction work on buildings included in the pro- gram of a Federal housing agency. WPA project applications for housing surveys are eligible for consideration provided they com- ply with current WPA regula- tions relative to such work. Sur- vey projects are operated under the division of women's and professional projects, directed in Texas ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 July 1938

' Irish Officials Formally Return'Crate' To Corrigan ~ I I 4 • I I f I' J. 0 if f, S Flier Becomes 'Problem Child' Of Two Nations Under 'Technical' Arrest In Dublin; Punishment Expected to Be Lenient DUBLIN — (UP) — Douglas Corrigan, young flying mechan- ic who hopped off from New York Sunday in his antique $900 airplane bound for Los Angeles and landed in Ireland "by mis- take", today was a problem child for the Irish and American governments. Arriving without a passport, or permit to land in Ireland, the 31-year-old Irish-American was held in "open detention" at the American legation pending an investigation of his status. Thought Hp Was Home Corrigan, grinning broadly as he explained that he "thought" he was flying to his home, Los See FLYER Page 0 British Royal • Pair at Paris, Given Ovation Britain's First Step In Effort to Stabilize Peace of Europe By United Press Great Britain's position in the world's struggle for stabilized peace today reserved the page in future history bo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 July 1938

pi , yl . ,■' J&ifti-. swEtr#A'n EXPORTER, swiEtfrAtai, IttCSDAt, JULY W, 19*6 I * 1 Lambasts Bankers For To Aid Loans ! < > to Get "Sidelines* And Aid Recovery Teum Said H* Was Not Recommending They Make Unsound Loans WASHINGTON — (UP) — Chairman Jesse Jones of the Reconstruction Finance Corpor- ation today warned the nation's bankers that they must get off "the sidelines" and participate in the recovery drive or the government will go deeper into the banking business. In a letter addressed to the Heads of all national and state banks, Jones pointed out that the RFC, since the end of Feb- ruary and through July 14, has authorized 2,001 business and in- dustrial loans aggregating $85,- 344,788. Banks participated in only 302 of these loans in the aggregate of $11,438,444. In addition, Jones said, the RFC has 2,^65 applications aggregat- 81,616,1 WEST TEXAS EDITOR FORECASTS NORTHER BRECKENRIDGE— In an effort to get ahead of the oth- er fellow, the editor of a lo- cal newspa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 July 1938

• * >• |he- 2d- Ic- • l in- line '49, Ben fitic ^ 3ve lid a |ad- of r Ifas- pnd fore I the J the |run ^ as hob- Tiza- I No. land llim pstic lan's his "ink ,-am- 11 of* 1 win |ourt [). had vens, funn, yes- ii i </>:■ mm m: ?&:v if. -■ KjjfcTHBB TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Coaches, Judges, Contestants Praise Swimming Meet, Swimming Pool Judges, coaches, and parti- cipants in the Gulf AAU swimming and diving meet at the municipal pool Satur- day and Sunday were unani- mous in their praises' and congratulations to local spon- sors and citizens on the suc- cess of the meet and for the friendly reception accorded i hem while in Sweetwater. Bob Skelton, Houston, chief referee and director general of the meet, said he thought it unusual that so many records were broken in a single meet, when the records were plenty fast to start with. He commented especially on the good start- ing, the good pool used in the meet, and good general attitude of th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 July 1938

' : /;;V. ■ ' - **& nay of The Reporters publica- cheerfully corrected upon be- to attention of the DUblishere. PAGE FOUR n\sts,- w I « |o REPORTER SlfiEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, JULY 19, 1938 & eacfi •fumoo* wwp« George Bennitt and 'Russell Bemiltt, • I) - Waa to him that bmildeth a town with blood, and mtiheth a city hy iniquity.—Habakkuk 2;12. Nothing is politically right which is morally —Daniel O'Connell. VETERANS HOSPITAL IMPORTANT INSTITUTION Preliminary examination of sites for a Veterans Ad- ministration Facility in West Texas is already slated. Administrator Frank T. Hines will have an engineer in the field to gather information on prospective sites next week. This is much quicker action than anticipated and Sweetwater is one of the first cities to be cities. As has previously been reiterated in these col- umns, Sweetwater has more to offer the Veterans Administration than any other city. Here is anoth- er time when transportation facilities must be considered as off...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 July 1938

I I If I i • • [j • * • • A P i * > ;v:' ' hWKZ*I TtfeSDAy, JULY 19, 1938 ■ ■ „ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TE*AS PAGE IMt 'LEGAL DIRECTORY h, BEALL, YONGE ft MEBLETT VAttomey sat-Ijiw Bldg. iter, Texas Swee • Professio & PERKINS brneys-at-Law 322-2?* Jj®vy Bldg. r, Texas Directory I'roteotioA, and Preservation precious Vision "Glasses Pitted ONLY Khen Necessary Dr. P/ x. Quast, Optometrist LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 to employed men and } WOMEN 0nf Plain Signatures Vo Mortgages, No Endorsers Security Required QUIC*{ _ CONFIDENTTAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room; No. 1, Aycock Bldg. ; Phone 431 Over Woolworth's 5 and 10 • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. FREE Wed., Thui's., Fri., Sat. Of This Week Only 1 40c PINT CAN CITIES SERVICE INSECTICIDE With Combination Car Wasli and Lu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 July 1938

IHKPfgj WtMiy AT KEEP THE CROWDS COM- ING TO SUNBEAM EVERY DAY IN THE WEEK PRICES FOR TUESDAY AFTER NOON, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY p&G SOAP ■; 25 10 Full O* Gold m Fruit Cocktail 15c Tall Can 2 Limit SUGAR>° Paper Bag .. 1 Limit 47C POST TOASTIES 'T„ 9c Crustene SHORTENING Del Monte Crushed PINEAPPLE 3 4 lb. ctn. Flat cans . 39c 25c Pecan Valley GREEN BEANS and NEW POTATOES NO. 2 CAN 10 Ice Cold ice oiu Watermelons-* Lb. 1© Over 200 Melons to Select from ^unkist £ Seedless IEM0NS 19c GRAPEFRUIT Elberta I Large Bleached PEACHES g 19c I LIMES ea«h Large Vine Ripened each 5c LiUl T lilt Cantaloupe & m California PLUMS APRICOTS, lb Winesap APPLES do, Small Size Home-Grown IOC 29C Thompson Seedless GRAPES Large Bing CHERRIES Fancy Green beans White or Yellow Large Yellow Dent ROASTING EARS a, 23c Green Sweet PEPPER 1..__=; 5c Large Bleached CELERY 15c iVilson's Fancy Slicefl * BREAKFAST BACON > 31C GROUND MEAT 10C r Choice Quality Baby Beef _ SEVEN STEAK - - • 18C 7'ic SQUASH...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 July 1938

•i .! A • I '"mi!. •'■••;;•. . M And Does It The Hard Way SfttiMfc* At" mUHUUi fWlimlnnfriTi—X m •1r- 'T-'Vfi BUST KILLS 11 M Reporter •^UtWotct o|-'0)fcU c<Jextv±sl VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1938 NUMBER 89 New York Senator Kills Self Nine0therPWA A fervent admirer of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh, Douglas l\ Corrigan had a yen lo fly the At- 'antic—and did just that alone like Lindy, anil in a ship similar hut smaller and less power- ful than the Spirit of St. Louis used in 1S>27 by his hero. The amazing young; man in the fly- ing machine, who announced when lie left Floyil Bennett Airport in New York that he was just returning to California, is pictured in the cockpit of his plane just before he took off on a flight that landed liini in Ireland. 1 Automatic Tax Board Recesses Without , Setting New State Rate Water Carnival Costs BCD $15, AAU Meet $145 Admissions to 2 Events Aid Budget of Sponsor- ing Organization The fourth annual Water Carnival and Bathing...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 July 1938

?W ■ - ; ■ " gifp STEETWA1XR T Loses e Conflict By 16 to 7 Score Harvester Delegation Loses Night Combat To Tune of 14 to 9 i tfMll Solid Comfort on the Firing Line -.V'vv < ' !:■ ■ - I" / / ' '''' : ^ WEDNESDAY, JULY 30, 19M Those Good Gulf oilmen scor- ed pgain last evening. This time they poured in sev- en runs in the first inning of the men's softball league con- flict, then increased the lead by two additional runs during the game with Sunbeam and closed out the tilt on the big end of a 16 to 7 score. Scoring wo runs, one out, then five runs in quick succession at the opening, Gulf set up a lead that the grocerymen could not overcome. Their strongest comeback came in the third and fourth rounds when they chalk- ed up five runs and five hits in rapid fire order for the two periods. Autrey and Kyle Lead Autrey, left fielder, and Kyle, third baseman, for the Gulf led the individual scoring with four up, three runs, two hits, and one up, three runs, one hit, respectviely. Lasate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 July 1938

'' r- •' ft.: r tr - 'Wmm Mgmzm tw ■ pflillsp,;*' im | gg*t- WEDNESDAY, JULY 120, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • •:.? ' >' • :|W PAGE • i' (i Vew An Issue In Colorful Political [illbilly Band ets Precedent or Campaigners Future Candidates May Resort to More Show- manship in Races DALLAS — (UP) — Texas und itself In the midst of one the most colorful political mpaigns in several years to- y as the state's democrats pre- red to go to the polls Satur- y to nominate a governor with- it the new deal administration even a minor issue. The outcome of the election ipeared to hinge on the appeal a hill-billy band and the n commandments. O'Daniel, who admits that he is never paid a poll tax to table him to vote in Texas is umping the state with his radio 11-billies, used for years to Ivertise his flour. Opposed to the flour man are number of experienced office )lders. cCraw Is Popular William McCraw, attorney meral of Texas, is one of the ate's most popular politicians. :ver...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 July 1938

the of or corporation, which „ of The Reporter's cheerfully corrected to attention of the pu PAGE FOUR Six days may work be done; but in the seventh is the sabbath of rest, holy to the Lord; whosoever any work in the sabbath day, he shall surely be put to death.—Exodus 3l;l5. Next to faith in God, is faith in labor.—Bovee. Blessed be the name of God forever and ever; PRODUCTIVE FEED CROPS ASSURED FOR THIS AREA Good mid-summer rains have assured this area of pro- lific feed crops. The other factor, of course, is that more feed has been planted because of reduced cotton acre- age. In a way this year's large crop of feed is an object lesson. Feed is going to play an increasingly important part in our agriculture. Every sign points to the fact that cotton must be supplemented with other forms of farm income. Most farmers have turned to growing feed for this year because it proved the ready means of util- izing land. They may not have realized that it is likely to be a permanent proposit...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 July 1938

cimmk W (9 N If > I bm 3% • kes lthe the ■air f# * Fall \§ to 1 Idl- 1 ac- pr* * 5 i 1 cin! )N :r [ELL * JR. Otf «v ratal BOP f L ||| -HaWIESDAY, JULY 20, 19311 LEGAL DIRECTORY \ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneysat-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas • Professional Directory Protection and Preservation of Precions Vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Quast, Optometrist LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 to EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures \To Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woolworth's 5 and 10 • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. FREE Wed., Tliurs., F...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 July 1938

iJlwJ . Piff? IWEETWATER SWEETWATER. .« s L . •- --v.— .• : fea&fiSft ,i Continue ilar Bible Study Meets ntiiiuing the regular meet- during summer, circles of tit* First Baptist church met Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. Mary Alexander with Mrs. G. I,. Abbott with 9 present Tues- day morning at 9:30. After a brief business and devotional led by Mrs. R. H. Taylor, Mrs. W. M. Mulilns taught the Bible lesson. A refreshment plate was passed. Mrs. Dewey Geer will be the next hostess at 9 o'clock Tues- day, at which time "Fruits of the Years" will be started. Mrs. Kyle Blackerby was host- ess to Blanche Simpson circle Tuesday morning with 3 pre- sent. Mrs. Joe Kirgan led the business period and Mrs. Kyle Mrs. Kirgan will be the next hostess. Mrs. J. B. Routh was hostess to the Lucile Reagan circle with 11 present. Mrs. H. Blancett pre- sided and Mrs. H. L. Tomlinson led the new study course, "Pal- estrinoar. Tapestry." Mrs. W. B. Ferguson will be the next host- ess. Blanche Rose...

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