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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

*1 % SPARS ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ 7"Inch Rain Forces Brady Residents To Flee Homes ■®Wm Court Prospect WM: A Vale law professor and eco- nomist, Walton Halo Hamil- ton, is mentioned as a possi- ble appointee to the supreme court, to succeed (lie late Jus- tice Benjamin N. Cardozo. Hamilton has never been a practicing lawyer. Settlement of Czech Problem Likely Today Solution May Restore Prospects of Continued Peace in Europe By 1'nitrd Press A solution of the minority problem in C z e c !i o s 1 o vakia, which has plagued Europe and threatened general peace, is imminent, French Foreign Min- ister Georges Bonnet indicat- ed today in Paris. Bonnet announced, after con- sultation with Stefan Osusky, Czech minister to Paris, that a situation, has been evolved fav- orable to Czechoslovakia. The state visit of King George and Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain gave statesmen an op- portunity to confer on European problems and seek united ac- tion. Meanwhile, Japan and Soviet Russia faced each other acr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

Up in o Cool Manner Committee Opens Ticket Campaign Today For Meet Shoes Hurt Legs, Dick Runs Unshod Ducat Entitles Buyer To Matches, Calcutta Pool, Barbecue, Dance Vi ,4 % tbjmcat, mar Invite Trade Territory To QolfTournament Wearing smiles of confidence, three of the east's best hopes in the Women's National Swimming Championships at Santa Barbara, Calif., July 22-24, pause for a'few moments while training at the President Pool, Swan Lake, N. Y., before leaving for the coast. From left to right on the diving board are Elizabeth Ryan, defend- ing champion in the 100-meter free style, Lorraine Fischer and Helen Rains. Beaumont Defeats Dallas Steers In Texas League, Oklahoma Wins STANDINGS DALLAS — (UP) — Aided by four errors on the part of Dallas, Beaumont defeated the Steers 6 to 1 last night. Dizzie Trout, Beaumont hur- ler, proved too much for the Dal- las club, holding the steers to four hits. The Exporters took 12 safe blows off Sul Gliatto and Results Yesterday American League...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

w, n> vm AJ. SWEEtlrAfE# 1KfoRTF.lt, SWEET***!®, TfcXAS paci rmtt Rations Play Important Role In Production Of • Yontk Will Be Served—When • Meat Is Served Demand Fop Small Cuts Causing Feeders to ® Change Their Methods That "Youth Will Be Served" is still true, at least so far as the serving of meat is concern- * ed. A general demand for small- er cuts of meat, from "youthful" animals, has been evident in meat consumption for a number p of years, and is causing live- stock leaders to urge feeders to change their methods to meet this demand. Typical of the views of live- f stock leaders is the following comment recently made to South Dakota stockmen by H. J. Gramlich, of the University of Nebraska: "For years there has been a * very definite trend toward light and medium weight cattle. By and large, the future demand for feeder steer# will be for calves and yearlings. % Nebraska Conducts Trst "The University of Nebraska has conducted/ fattening work with cattle of different ages ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

may public* n be- " era. SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR iff'iB 1*> on Inc. Features Inc. Enteral as second claM matter office In. Sweetwater, Texaa, Feb. •, George tionnitt and Russell Bennitt, THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 \ ' :m mssmfS I * The tcaya of the Lord are right, and the ju t hell walk in them; but the tran gre$ or shall fall .—Hoaea 14 ;9. If you do what you should not, you must bear what you would not.—Franklin. * 4 WEST TEXAS DRIPPING AS RAINS FALL ^ West Texas can afford to smile and look forward \ with optimism. Sufficient rain has already fallen in this area to assure the best possible mid-summer grow- ling conditions. Literally everything outdoors is soak- ; ing wet with bountiful moisture. Farmers have had to lay up their cultivating tools and get indoors as the i 1 clouds opened up to fill dry creek beds and turn those : trickling streams into full-fledged water courses. Rang- ; es and pastures already green from previous rains , , will carry one of heaviest growths of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

mm iY* JULY 21, 1988 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Congregation, Pastorless 6 Months, Calls Levelland Ministi • • The Rev. L Trout New Pastor of Rotan Church Couple Wed Sunday; Mrs. Callan to Chicago To Join Her Husband By Mrs. P. B. Knott ROTAN — The Rev. Lawrence Trout has accepted the pastor- ate of the First Baptist church of Rotan and with his family has moved here. The minister formerly was pastor of the Levelland church. He was selected from a large number of visiting ministers during the six months the church was without a pastor. MISS NELMS BRIDE OF HERMAN HANSKOKI) ROTAN — The marriage of Miss Lucille Nelms and Herman Hansford was solemnized at !) o'clock Sunday morning at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nelms. The Rev. William Fisher, pas- tor of the Methodist church, pre- sided for the vows, before a group of close friends. The bride has lived in Rotan most of her life. After she was graduated from Rotan High school in the 1937 class, she has...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

IPMg J " - 'W0i K-(r,fOsiPP^f^''I fci' -;'f •? 'f:' ;'ip . W: ' V r- '- M:'- '■■ "■■ "." . :.. " ' :fPlW ■.'"./ ? ■ ''■*'■■ '''••■■' TWDI*, JBM 's Leading Lobbyists of Two Third 5' Mourned P?w Darrouzet and Jeff Strieklaad, Considered Above Ordinary Lobbyists By Gordon K. Shearer UP Correspondent AUSTIN—(UP)—Two mem- bers of the "third house" will be missed when the next session of the Texas legislature con- venes. Neither were members in recent years, but both were known better than most senators or representatives. Effective members of the "third house", they were distinct from the button-holing, tricky advocates who have made the term "lobbyist" anathema to most Texans. John Darrouzet of Galveston and Jeff Strickland of San An- tonio both have died sin^e the last session. Different in person- ality and type, each rose above ordinary "lobbying." The State Supreme Court had a memorial session in honor of Darrouzet. Gov. James V. Allred has de- nounced lobbyists with bitter- ness, b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

TmmsKXY, jtitY % 1^1 BWEETfTATER REPORTER, SWZETWATEtf, TEXXS PAGE SEVEN By ROYSTON CRANE tU MOTHER 6«EV ID vRWATE LOVE TO lAEBCy! AT w\s eye, /we HM>\ sweov OWE M TUB MOTHER. / LOTSA UEltHBOMtOOO, Y0UM4 •>_ J-f HACK. / MAM. VOU «T «6HT YOUR / OBOV W\S . 6VNELL/ MAM. VOWM. 6BT SOME EMM WEAT,\1\MIWIA-—I'LL THAT LAMB'S is rw. 1938 Bv HAMLIN 50 H£ CLEANEP UP ALLEY OOP CHIEF? NO, BV V (H FORCE AN' T00;< GEE! HE GAVE THAT TO MF--AN VER STAR,EH? MOW _ I SUPPOSE HE THINKS^ HE'LL BE CHIEF - A PRISONER. HE SENT DOWM. SO WHATCHA WANT TO DO WITH TH1 CLOWN? 'S/ LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attornftys-at-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas • Professional Directory Protection and Preservation of Precious 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 Mo Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK —...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 July 1938

% Father LINGER — State highway . county and city of8- of several West Texu continued their search Richard Zedlitz, 17, son of A. C. Zedlitz, Balllnger, af- hls automobile was found oned and wrecked ridrth of nwood. ether he was Injured in > wreck was not known. lis father could give no ex- ation of the boy's dlsappear- e, but has urged that his son In touch with him. r o Lambs Selling For S& Cents In Area Lambs in the West Texas area are bringing 5 1-2 cents a pound, local breeders report. Raisers ask 6'cents a pound but, in most in- stances, accept the lower bids. •Rain was expected to boost prices by insuring adequate sum- mer grasses. Dry range sheep and lambs are bringing lower quotations. Buyers are driving into the muddy sections, seeking acceptance of bids before a gen- eral price rise, expected within two weeks. All the robins of the United States belong to one species. ta Fe Again Offers Awards GALVESTON — Educational awards to 19 Texas farm youths, permitting them ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

rnmmmW i . !-".h ■ :' ft,% • * '• ft * • i <H • * Ammm TOMO Irish and American Officials Sigh Corrigan's Plane Shipped Home DUBLIN — (UP) — Dou- glas G. Corrigan, the only aviator ever to set out for California and land in Ire- land, last night bade good- bye to his "good old jalopy" when the nine-year-old plane that carried him across the Atlantic sailed aboard the U. S. freigher Lehigh for Baltimore. The unpredictable Corri- gan, turning down lucra- tive offers right and left, remained behind for an Ir- ish holiday and will sail for home aboard the United .States liner Manhattan From Cobli (Queenstown' Ju- ly 30. The Manhattan will ar- rive Aug. 5 in New York where "the poorest naviga- tor in aviation's history" according to his own ver- sion of the amazing wrong- direction solo hop, will be given a welcome in the manner reserved for he- roes. Irish and American offi- cials sighed with relief when the freighter L.high, operated by the U. S. gov- ernment-owned Oriole line sailed...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

ph 4u'\ •'%¥%' 5 .-.' .PV '•?. >T- - y.. - rl ,-^y: ' 8 9WEET1MI $|f% Wssasoigsr ' •P^ .. . _ s^SJBSI y* vv m& *> ? s?®sy ^ v >!< fsSgf f? -* ■ ri^| J ^ r4 <• |HHgi ■PJPfP? Hit In First Mound Appearance iryjiii Forfeits, Exhibitions ictory Over IHC Volunteers Aid Grocers In Taking Delegation Last Night 8 to 1 Alter forfeiting their schedul- ed game last night to the Inter- national Harvester company ten, the Sunbeam squad added four volunteer recruits and de- feated IHC 8 to 1 in an exhibi- tion game. The game was called at the end of the fourth inning, in order to get the regular league tilt between Magnolia Medico and Roscoe underway before the threatening rain drove baseball fans and teams to cover. Greer, pitching for IHC, scor- ed 'the lone run in the third inn- ing. Sunbeam chalked up 2 ruijs in the second, one in the third and 5 in the fourth. Ma- bry, borrowed second baseman, led the 'scoring for Sunbeam with 2 times up, two runs, and two hits. No errors w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

7 MIMY, rorftma 111 UilHPfSl TWATER lBBrOtTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE Rosemary GRAPE JUICE Full Quart Sunbeam Invites Comparisons Our Consistently Low Prices on Brands You Know Means You Can Save With Confidence in This Big Friendly Low-Priced Food Store OXYDOL pk„. ] Limit All Grocery Prices in Effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday and Monday See Tuesday's Reporter For Our Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday Specials CHUM SALMON 12'/ic Tall I Can 2 Limit CHERRIES-10< Thompson Seedless | Nice Size Elberta GRAPES ,,121^1 PEACHES 19c PURE CANE SUGAR io 10-lb. Paper 25 lb. cloth bag 1.24 Clyde Vine Ripened Large Bleached CANTALOUPES 3 Winesap APPLES 29c Valencia ORANGES 19c Large Green Tip BANANAS - - <* MY LINDY FLOUR 48 Sack BLISS COFFEE - i^e JELLO All Flavors LIMES d . 12c Large Seed GRAPEFRUIT 5c Wilson's Advance Shortening lb. 4 8 lb. ctn. . 78c Del Monte Whole APRICOTS 15C CAN IOC Large California ORANGES doz. 29c Snow White lb. CA'FLOWER 12 ic Fresh BLACKEYED PEAS 3 Fresh Lima BEANS...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

Jj> public* d upon be- to attention of the put '; m PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, JULY 22, 1938 clM ? Qe^e^^ittMwSr'nuu«u' Bennltt, ¥'rWky do im deat treacherously every man againtt ; brother, by profaning the covenant of !mmtr fathers?—Malachi 2;10. Wealth is a weak anchor, and glory cannot sup* f - port a man; this is the law of God, that virtue only ; 1 it firm, and cannot be shaken by u tempest.—Py- I thagoras. ? • it VOTE EARLY AND MAKE "RETURNS AVAILABLE ' Everybody will be anxious to know the results of the election tomorrow. The outcome is being watched in every county of the state. While the race for gov- -ernor over-shadows the whole field many county and district contests will hold the center of attention be- cause of their greater importance here at home. One way to make these returns available at the earliest possible moment is for the voters to go to the polls in the forenoon instead of waiting un- til later in the day. In most precincts all ballots could be c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

• • • • • • • • • • m i m- ■mm • • • • • • • • • • • • « • • • • • * • • 9 • 1 Designated for Loans to Tenants ♦ Applicants May Get Federal Funds With Which to Buy Farms DALLAS — Fifty-six counties in Texas and 27 in Oklahoma have been designated in which loans to tenant farmers will be made for land purchase under the Bankhead-Jones Act during the new fiscal year, it was an- nounced by C. M. Evans, reg- ional director of Farm Securi- ty Administration. Twenty-one Texas counties and ten in Ok- lahoma were designated in which the loan program had already be- gun in the past fiscal year, and 35 new Texas counties and 17 Oklahoma counties, were desig- nated in which no loans have as yet been made. The new Texas counties were: Angelina, Atasca, Bell, Cam- eron, Cass, Coleman, Cooke, Coryell, Ellis, El Paso, Fort Bend, Gonzales, Guadalupe, Har- rison, Hill, Hopkins, Jim Wells, Kaufman, Liberty, Madison, Mi- lam, Mitchell, Nacogdoches, Pan- ola, Polk, Red River, Robertson, Smith, Tarrant,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

KOTiii&jiiH BKMWLIWWWILH Sport worth — (up)—ft Worth livestock market: Hogs 400 mostly 15 higher. Top butchers 9.95. Bulk good butch- el's 9.80 to 9.95. Mixed grades 8;15 to 9.75. Packing sows 8 to 8.25. Cattle 1600; calves 700 steady. Steers 5.50 to 9.25. Yearlings 5.50 to 9.35. Fat cows 4.25 to 6. Cut- ters 3.25 to 4.25. Calves 4.25 to 8. Sheep 1300 steady. Spring lambs 6.25 to 7. Tomorrow's estimated re- ceipts: Cattle 300; calves 100; hogs 100; sheep 200. The source of the Thames riv- er is a tiny spring in the Cots- wold hills. GOP Expects FDR To Seek 3rd Term WASHINGTON — (UP) — Republican party leaders inter- preted a statement of WPA Administrator Harry Hopkins to- day as the launching of a Roose- velt third term movement,. Republican Committee Chair- man John Hamilton accused the administration of trying to per- petuate itself. He referred to remarks made yesterday by Hop- kins who said he believed that 90 per cent of his relief work- ers would vote for President Roosev...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

i fe,, mi r :r -:•) .imtmxm B SfF ATER REPOfiTEB, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE SI LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneys-at-L*w Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas I • Professional Directory -LOANS- • 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. Protection and Preservation of Precious Vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Qnast, 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 Woohvorth's 5 and 10 FREE Wed., Thurs., Fri., Sat. Of This Week Only 1 40c PINT CAN CITIES SERVICE INSECTICIDE With Combination Cur Wash and Lubrication Reg. Pri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 22 July 1938

w ■■■■>■, . %?• mm ... a r> JKH; , Nettle, returned f (ran vacation the Pacific coast. They were in San Diego with Mrs. r's sister. They spent time in Long Beach and Angeles returning to the ONnd Canyon, Ariz., en route home. - A cablegram today from their ton, Henry, who with Riley flmmons has been on an Euro- pean tour, informed the fam- ily that they were en route home having sailed this week. They have visited many coun- tries on their itinerary Includ- ing Paris, Berlin, Holland and ethers. B|PPP|asmexas Chides Allred's Stand in Race yo« 9«tmora glasses of JELLIES or JAMS The way to th« •rijM powdarad fruit pacdal PkL 25c LONGVIEW — Carl Estes, East Texas publisher dispatched the following telegram to Gov- ernor James V. Allred: "Isn't it a fact that you have been putt- ing words ln _W. Lee O'Daniel's mouth for the last several days? "Isn't It a further fact that several newspaper correspond- ents there In Austin saw the same passage of scripture under- lined In red penci...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

MajORItt WWWWWK ^ ^ T ~ m m m m m Dickson, PiorAnd Jones Leading For Representative I • I • II Its lid I to m • In* Ito f i ,'i • If € BARBER AND OUTLAW IN LEAD Positions Can Be Changed By Uncounted Votes Dickson Appeared Certain Of Place In August Runoff A three-cornered race for rep- resentative from the 117th leg- islative district developed Sat- urday between. R. Temple Dick- son, Sweetwater, Marshall H. Pior, Sweetwater, arid Charlie A. Jones of Rotan. Incomplete returns this morn- ing showed Dickson leading the field with 218(1 votes to 1485 for Jones and 1330 for Pior. Several thousand votes are yet to be countcd. These totals included only the incomplete returns from pre- cinct No. I. Sweetwater, and nothing from l recinct No. 5, city, and Roscoe. It was likewise in- complete in Mitchell and Fisher I counties, but sufficient to indi- j cate that Dickson would be one I of Hie entries in the August tun-: off. 'Colitis Reported Totals of the incomplete re- turns were as follows...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

iwu'i'VATn Hwoam. NPIWB, nui fUNMY, JULY St, VHt Eligible For Colorado Meet Says Williams J/HlM dgls Card Seven League Tilts IFitb Exhibition Game This Week Roseoe To Engage loTeam Roscoe, leaders of the girls' tiraiff aoftball race, is to encage fte Cppa Cola feminine stars of San Angelo in an exhibition tilt Ijgre o Thursday evening at the municipal ball park. The visitors are leading the pennant chase at San Angelo, and are a strong softball delega- tion. in the last game between tbepe two league leaders, Ros- coe girts captured the visiting Bottlers for a 6 to 1 victory. lipacae has # percentage stand- ing of .888, having last only one during this season's sche- dule. They have von eight con- flict#. Recently, they dropped practice tilts to both the Young- Sturrs and -the Busby delega^ tiens. V. 8. Ranks Well In Sweden Meet STOCKHOLM, Sweden (UP) — U. S. athletes won four more events on the third and concluding day of Sweden's in- ternational track meet. The Am- erican team also...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

- ?•?$ Ww:; ^ f r ;pr ■:'< . ' ' :.^:^,i' #| ', ': ; •'-• '• '. •••'•' ', OWy* -/'! • : i#SK':&t' ' :-&¥ £'''*■ An ■ :'r>' 'Hf • ' " • " ?v: • ■■ .'r: ' . i ■ '--•'■''if: •'#¥*■"••'•' •. -r XV-^ , / . SUNDAY^ jftJfcV 2*, W3II ^ r '• * -;■■ *:.■ ' ■ ' SWEFTWATEK ^WHITER, SWEETWATBtf, TEXAS MSG®1 • • j • i • • • • • . t • Women** Qubi - Churches lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2388 Week's Society Calendar Filled With Several Informal Parties Are Held By lone I>. Perry A panorama of social events last week reveals many delightful courtesies for out-of-town visitors dotting the society calendar- as cooler weather gives impetus to indoor entertaining. Among those who were complimented with contract bridge parties were Mrs. Harris Toler of Tyler, Mrs. Louis Olsen of El Paso, Mrs. A. O. Dankers of San Antonio, Miss Frances Wolford of McKinney and Miss Mary Beth Wilson of Vernon. For informal fetes and entertaining, cottages at Lake Sweetwat- er have been the mecca for we...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 July 1938

r- • v& -Atlantic Qippers Will Give .viation Its Next Big Shot In Arm m I fH' I- Booing 314 . Its vast bulk seeming to dwarf the liuge buildings 011 the Seattle skyline, the skips down the bay, preparing to follow on regular schedules the trail blamed by Lindbergh and lately worn smooth by Howard Hughes and Douglas Corrigan. The infinite pains taken with the 314's tests contrast sharply with Corrigan's "get in and fly" technique, for the clip- per is aimed at final conquest of the Atlantic on a scheduled basis. SEATTLE, Wash. — Com- mercial "conquest of the Atlantic is the next big thrill which avia- tion has'to offer. , The methodically prepared Howard1 Hughes flight to Paris and on around the world, and the audacious and impromptu Hop to Ireland by Douglas Cor- rican, have paved the way fur- tfier for establishment of regular- ly scheduled passenger flights oVer the Atlantic. . The conquest begins late this s&immer. British, German and French planes are poised for t£st hop...

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