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

'•Vv' • i I le Id r • • ♦ I L&| - • !• lee ♦ • led Ira- ise bj • • • 1 led, Ive. % • lur- fcnt. 1906 :all« • bad- buth lart- St., « 1 V • i 624 ice • • BE vr Ion Wtmi WmB 889? tEDNESCTAV, AW. 3, 1938 Sweetwater reporter, sweEtWAter, TE*M A 4 All MeCAXX and LOW BOWLING For What Ails You Loam, Infwranee, Rentals Real Estate Aycock Building Phone 997 Sweetwater Bowline Alley m Registered Optometrists Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS (Night and Day Service) WIRING Electrical Contracting Van Electric 110 W. La. Ph. 3212 G. A. Beeman Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Instruments See our window displaj Haddorff and Rudolf Pianos Good Used C00LERAT0R All white inside and out— 100 pound capacity. Only used short time. Looks like new. Will Sell For Only ... 40 Good Used PIANO Good Condition With Bench 40 Quick Sale I'rice —■ N. Side Square — D & D TA VI CITY 2067 IMAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service TRAILERS We can build trai...

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

IH t Plan ied to Stability Recognition, Right Organize, Right to n Are Recognized Ctfcyrlsht By UP WASHINGTON — The admin- istration, seeking to accelerate economic recovery, has proposed a three-point program to repre- sentatives of labor and industry as"the basis of a cooperative drive for industrial stability, it was learned today. The program was outlined by a top-flight administration liai- son official after he conferred with more than 150 industrial- ists and President William Green of the American Federation of La^or and Chairman John L. Lewis of the Committee for In- dustrial Organization. Key points of the program call for: 1—Recognition of a wage suf- ficient to guarantee workers de- cent living standards. 2—Recognition of the right of employes to organize freely. 3—Recognition of labor's right to bargain collectively "free from coercion by either unions or employers." Favorablp To Labor The administration spokesman said the industrialists were al- most universally in fav...

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

• , ft ' National Salesmen's Crusoe irwwiririrwwxirwww m w w n www $80,000 ARMORY IN PROSPECT FOR CITY PWA Application Pending Before Region Officers Proposed Site Inspected By General Nimon of State Armory Board Prospects were bright today for an $80,000 modern, re-enforc- ed concrete armory for Sweet- water. General C. E. Nimon of the state armory board was in Sweetwater this week inspect- ing the proposed site of the structure and expressed himself as well pleased with the location of the site, the facilities offered by the city and interest being shown in the project by city, civic and National Guard offi- cials. An application for a govern- ment loan for the construction of ihe large building is now in the hands of the legal depart- ment of the Region 5 PWA head- quarters in Fort Worth; the city's success in getting the armory will not likely be known before Sept. 1. Tentative location of the arm- ory is in the fair park north of the city. When completed, the building will hous...

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

kk'K,.# MODERN HIGHWAYS One ctf 7exaA (jteat fiAAetA -V? Texas' State Highway System comprises ocer 21,000 miles of modern, improved roads. $146,969,604.04 was spent in state road building in the last live years. The modern traffic circle at Waco shows what pride Texans take in their fast, trat el-sa^n highway system. Evidence of its adherence to highest standards is the fact that the San Antonio Brewing Association is the only brewery in the United States where complete air-conditioning accompanies every step in its modern, skillfully controlled brewing process. Finest ingredients, San Antonio's pure, world-famous artesian water and fifty-two years of expert brewing, give PEARL a matchless pedigree of perfectly balanced quality, body and flavor—that "Extra Something' that makes it a Winner with people everywhere. "THE REASON IS IN THE BOTTLE !" ( [This Brewer? is completely air-conditioned and air- 1 refrigerated to insure the purity oi BEAR!. Boer. J "EXTRA SOMETHING" makes SietVi...

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

THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 19M SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Sunbeam 10 Leads Victorious Team For Six Rounds Gfoceryliien Take Early Lead In Tilt, Gulfers Rally For Extra Round Those Good Gulf Oilers last night discovered at the close of the sixth inning that the Sunbeam grocerymen were' lead- ing them by an 8 to 3 score, so turned loose to capture the right to enter next wieek's play- off final by annexing Sunbeam 13 to 9, in an extra period con- flict. Gulf gained their points with one in the first and two in the second period, then stood hands- down until the close of sixth. Sunbeam registered a single, double, and triple in the first three innings, and added one more in both the fifth and sixth to lead the Gulfers 8 to 3 at the close of that round. In Kxtra Period Gulf scored five times in the seventh to tie the count and then added five more in the eighth. Sunbeam scored only one in the extra round to drop the game 13 to 0. The victory gives Gulf the right to enter the final ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

To will what God doth will, that is the only flmt gives us any rest.—Malesherbes. ■ |g . . o SWEETWATER LAUNCHES ITS •fgALES MEAN JOBS" PROGRAM Sweetwater is going crusading! - For a week past, men and women have been busy preparing the start of a campaign to sell more goods ami esrvices. This newspaper has focused daily atten- tion on*the objective of the city's business houses to 1f join in a nationwide movement to create jobs. Soon the general public's response to the program is going to bft tested. First opportunity for the test comes tomor- row night when a great roundup of sales people and bsyers will join in a public demonstration at the New- man High stadium. Sweetwater has hitched itself to the National . Salesmen's Crusade because it is a progressive community that believes in leadership. While oth- er cities are debating about the proposition, Sweet- water has made its plans and is bent on doing a job. By taking the lead in West Texas it is impera- - tive that this city a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

«|^>'<vrVvv "'\v * mm. stt■: t#'#s■'■' - " i®S •• " •, . ■ iY, AUGUST 4, 1938 ww*<?5 ■:-, ' ' : ': v-ir' -,' v .' SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • • t t • t • • • > • I • • • I • > • • • • *1 • • • • • • • • • • • 41 * 20-ft, Garden Hose Actual $1.00 Valueti! Much finer, longer wear- ing hose than ordinarily found near this price. % inch size, constructed of fresh Jive rubber. Coup- lings. 77 8-Inch Fares SI.5!) Values! Quiet. No ra- il i o interfer- ence. Up-Down a (1 j u stments. Cords. Under- writers listed. Men's Dress Shoes Compare With $2.40 The same construction a* found in the very expensive lines of shoes. Choose the comfortable blucher . . . or the popular bal. Sizes C to 11. 2-Cell Lights 30c Values: 29c Foesuing type with nickel plated brass cases, (live 500 - ft. Beams Complete with bulbs, cells! 14-in. Mowers ■\l Havings «f 20% Heavy Cutter Bui's Easy-running. Ball bearing; 1 crucible steel blades; 8- , inch wheels; strong shrub- liars. Accuratel...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

w ' ■ HH8I , V-- mm SfEETwATEB, TEXAS' ■rtnmstfAT, xBetsf * MM MIES MEAN JOBS For a Greater Sweetwater — Let's all go forward with the Sales Crusade Ladies' HATS Sheer BLOUSES Ladies and Children's SLACKS (9c - 89c SILK DRESSES *SrM 1.98 - 2.98 - 3.98 Fast Color BROADCLOTH 10c yd. M'CORDS 28-Story Building A ir-Conditioned DALLAS — (UP) — The larg- est air conditioning project in the south was underway today, after D. A. Little, president of the Magnolia Petroleum comp- any, announced that the 28- story Magnolia Building here would be completely air condit- ioned for both winter and sum- mer. Construction of a steel and concrete shaft near the sky- scraper is underway. The shaft will be used to house machinery for the air conditioning work and otherwise prevent distur- bance of tenants of the building during the conversion period. The shaft will be as high as the building. Four floors of the structure already are air conditioned, Lit- tle said, and the full project will be completed...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

THURSDAY, - AUGUST '4, 19S8 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS :^SJi PAGE McCAIX and LOW Loans, Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Aycock Building Phone 907 11* ■ Registered Optometrists pj Expert examina k tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. H. MAJORS (Night and Bay Hervicc) WIRING Electrical Contracting Van Electric 110 W. La. Ph. 3212 r G. A. Beeraan Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Instruments See our window display Haddorff and Hudolf Pianos • • 1 « . t • t v § More Sales For More Jobs SALES MEAN JOBS We Are Cooperating N. Side Square BOWLING For What Ails You Sweetwater Bowling Alley D & D TR VI CITY 2067 IHAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service TRAILERS AVe can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Ijct us figure with you on that trailer you have wanted. • Complete Auto Service • Wrecking Service 0 Phone 2.171 SCOTT WRECKING COMPANY AV. Bdwy. Phone 2.171 Visit WILLIAMS GKILIi Music - Dancing - Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. LOANS $r&...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

ask you to BECOME SHOE*MINDED FINAL CLOSE-OUT SALES MEAN HOBS Ladies' Black Patents Men's Sports Oxfords Coppers, Blue Gabar- dines*, Btitge Gabar- dines, calf trims. Values to $6.00 1.98 .„d 248 Grey and white, brown and white combination. Values to $3.50 1.98 248 Ladies' White Shoes Styles, open and close toes, pumps and straps. Values to S6.00 1*98 and 248 One lot of children's sandals in black and white. Closeout. 98* ENTIRE STOCK OF SPORT Jarman's friendly fives 0NSALE $3.95 Includes whites, white combinations, grey, two-tone tans, cool, perforated shoes in all white and all black. These shoes mean VALUE in anyone's language. Stock Up On Your Drugs now—Let The Crusade Prices Be Of Benefit To You. Joe Bo wens DRUG STORE ^561 HOTEL BLDG. Mexico And Cuba Is Mission Topic "Mexico and Cuba" was the topic of the mission program at the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist church Mon- day afternoon at the church. Mrs. E. D. Duniap was leader for the afternoon, with members of ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

I ® |a- ?s| Ifi. | to 4 lg d# V Ihe I las In- r • pri- c- es; I in J of jar-# Ics; lin- lal- the last ♦ V t I X ) w NATIONAL SALESMEN'S CRUSADE wp;;* SECTION II 11 jfH SECTION II SAl CRUSADE VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1938 NUMBER 99 'Sales Crusade' Idea First Tried In Lincoln, Nebraska Born in Office Of Corporation In Detroit, Mich. Three Words, 'Sales Mean Jobs' Make Up Backbone of Project This is the story of a new idea and how it grow. It is, in a word, an idea to pump new blood into the arteries of anemic bus'ness: a sort of economic transfusion frir an admittedly sick palient. It was born in the executive offices of the Nash-Kelvinator corporation in Detroit, nurtured in the city of Lincoln, Neb., and now is spreading from coast to coast. . Three words make up its backbone—"Sales Mean Jobs." With those three words as their flag, officials, from Pre- sident George W. Mason on down, moved into Lincoln on May 18th and announced that they would personally try ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

Aiding Sponsored filing Event Jack Rkh General Chairman Movement; Trade Group® Formed Sweetwater's National Sales- men's Crusade has not just happened. It is the result of organization and utilization of the facilities of the Board of City Development. Civic ana business leaders have volunteer- ed their services so as to create as quickly as possible complete plans. Committees working in every trade group in the city, including that of its industries have shown a determination to make the crusade an outstanding success. Heading the movement as general chairman is Jaok Rich, manager of Morrison Supply Co. An executive committee has as its members Glenn Russell, finance; George Bennitt, publici- ty; A. S. Legg, group chairman; George Thompson, Pete Starnes, parade; Howard Yates, Ben Roberts, Luther Watson, and S. H. Bothwell. Full Corps Tradesmen Backing the executive com- mittee is a full corps of trades chairmen, who have been respon- sible for calling numerous meet- ings to discuss...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

•0 >9 ln t • M€ I f • ' $£ ^ ..w,v THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 199H mSrmgm <'■?$■$ > "; ,.," "T'C BVOTWATOi BCTflWER, SWEETWATO, TOMS P| mrns^mmm r Pjwhkh ?f M'.wl«S ' Gfe ''P< ', " " '* ' r <*P**VVJ*MP<Jiwww Dairy Industry Contributing To Cash Income In T& Not Developed to Point of Doing Greatest Good Readjustments Taking Place in State; Under Government Pressure AUSTIN—Although the dairy industry of Texas has become a substantial factor contribut- ing to the cash income of the state, it has not been develop- ed as extensively as apparent- ly is possible in order 10 realize the greatest economic good, both to farmres and members of the dairy industry, it is pointed out in a bulletin, "Manufacture of Dairy Products in Texas," re- cently issued by the University of Texas bureau of business re- search. 8c |>e of Study In describing the scope of the study, the authors stated: "Significant developments are now taking place in agriculture and also in industries depend- e...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

I * Bier Sets for Centers First One Outside Populated Ones Have 'Sales Crusade' | In launching the National aen's Crusade in Sweet er, this community is tak- definite leadership among ies of the state. So far, the ade has been confined to ely populated centers, such Fort Worth, Dallas, Hous- pn and San Antonio. This puts veetwater in the limelight as |ty brimming with business iterprises and civic conscious- ness. Sweetwater is known far and wide as a city with definitely high ideals and aims. Endowed with transportation facilities, industries and wholesale hous- es possessed by few other cities, it has long since gained a naine among the cities of the South- west. By its initiative in launch- ing the National Salesmen's Cru- sade in West Texas it but adds another demonstration of its leadership. Progressive Cities The rosier of cities which have joined in the crusade over the country is a blue book of progressive communities in many states. These communi- ties dot the nation from t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

tWu'■ ^Sr>%vr^jgaw ;' 'M£i' "~ ■ A PI „.. . ?®i I^EEl ATER SWEETWATER,' t ■ f •;. ■: >V ■ "V .- ' I! 1 !'■■!"* Unemployment In • • « • • • • • WPA Projects to Care for 5700 Needy Workers San Angelo Area Office Plana to Take Care of Laborers SAN ANGELO—Funds suffi- cient to employ 5,700 persons on Works Progress administra- tion projects in this territory during August have been grant- ed the San Angelo office, it was reported today by John C. Burnside, administrative officer. The August budget figure makes it possible, to hire 500 additional persons in the coun- ties administered from the San Angelo office, provided that a sufficient number of suitable project are provided by local governmental agencies, Burn- side stated. Urging that cities and coun- ties take full advantage of the opportunity to provide Jobs for the Unemployed, Burnside stat- ed: "Budgets have been allotted on the basis of existing need and we hope that local officials will provide enough projects of integri...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

n A-i *#vi $Mfci-w:-W,- Health Gppdlast Month; ras^S 3r' i iiltiiBAiHBriiiHrii ■ ® ' ?$ il ii In f I * W little Sickness Much Immunization Work Carried On By Members Health Unit General health conditions in Nolan county were good during last month, according to the monthly narrative of health unit activities released today by Dr. George Gray, director. Frequent rains during the month were beneficial from the standpoint of health but creat- ed a mosquito threat which has become the greatest single prob- lem of the unit, Dr. Gray said. Only three cases of communi- cable diseases were reported to the unit during the month. They consisted of one case of infan- tile paralysis and two cases of scarlet fever. * Immunization Work In the fight against contagion, the health unit staff gave 16 Schick tests, 10 tuberculin tests, 47 diptheria toxoids, 21 typhoid vaccines and 38 small- pox vaccinations. In the units's drive against soc- ial diseases, one case of syphilis was reported and the vict...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

w THOtSDAY, AUGUST i, 1998 .. r\; fry"-' - •>• Of-Wlariv '-V *•*.%,■£>' ■ $$889*9 '■-.IT' «J * -•*>.-.• StttttAtttl i lilt fP? 9 SWEETwATEKf ;>'' ■•'•••• • <HS5 Id lis ti- i' In: e>* I , > f ^ > P • ■;*j :?! ► a • • p • #; • • • • • Construction Federal Loans For Building of Homes Increase Home Construction Again Is On Upgrade After Hitting Bottom WASHINGTON — Advances by savings and loan associations for the purchase, construction ^reconditioning and refinancing of homes increased by two per cent in June over May, reaching a total of $63,536,000, the Fed eral Home Loan Hank board an nounced today. Loans in May ag- gregated $62,192,000. Loans for June of this year were less than those of the cor responding month in 1937—$78,- 667,000—but more than those in June of 1936—$57,402,000. Home construction again is on the up grade after reaching a low point last winter and early spring. Divided into categories accord- S*. ing to purpose, loans obtained from savings ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 August 1938

rnmiMMHmmmmmmm • A* ««aau. h ; ■awt. nn—un.if& *: WP. im, M . '■ /V -if ' ' ; la S5&HB&tfKKSl rvW-tJWBttftjaiWaf-Ar PPSi l?,' '(. 'V!'■*.: ' f> -t'fe ' . i"'™ 3&r*^T" ~*^>t'^';. :.':!j!!8!ig Pi as ■ , ik* ** j iBfiiwn SsPaR. it iH MX*."*'' >** —• ' •<• x. v r^v—r- f- -. ' i" • :!<.« J; *f *i 5 i * ? *;!,« '' L i i J : • * ?4. : ,^. .*** iiiliKi * o-'. . CfMKIfttW aftB* v.-; Let's Make The Sales Crusade A Great Success ; The National Salesmen's Crusade is the biggest merchandise movement ever to hit America. The selling of goods is the surest way to create jobs and end the recession. We Pledge Our Cooperation K / / • i Every man, woman and child in Sweetwater should join in this gigantic crusade and put Sweetwater on the map in a big way. Let's all put our shoulders to the wheel now. Sweetwater - We're Ready Let's Qo / Levy Bros. Sweetwater Floral Company Hark ins Dry Cleaners Texas Electric Service Co. \. s. IHstrlel M|?i'. Mrs. Myrtle Robertson Mrs. T...

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

•) * 9 * i ♦ i1, • r ♦ j * U lo Pearl White, Early Day Motion Picture Star, Dies In Paris PARIS — (UP) — Pearl * White, queen of such oldtlme movie thrillers as "The Perils of Pauline" died early yesterday in the American hospital at subur- ban Neuilly after a long illness attributed to injuries received when she scorned the use of a "double" for death-defying scenes before the camera. The immediate cause of death, which came to the 49-year-old actress at 1:55 a. m., was a liver ailment with which she had been confined to the hospital for six weeks. The actress, who left thousands and thousands of Americans in breathless suspense every Wed- nesday night — or perhaps it was Friday night— as she clung to some sheer precipice or found herself in the clutches of the villain until "next week at this theatre", had lived in retirement since 1021. Although she earned as high as $325,000 a year at the peak of her fame and had a large for- tune when she quit the films, Miss White lost heavily...

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

agnolta Rounds Tourney ^an Sunday AUGUST m Fir* Matches In First Week W aty Invitation Meet Five additional first round matches have been played in the city invitation golf tournament. In the first flight, Harold Stev- enson defeated George Barber 7 and 5. In the second flight, B. B. Brown defeated B. R. Brooks, 3 up. Two matches were played In the third flight, with Paul Com- olli defeating M. O. Rislnger, 3 and 2; and Joe Boothe defeat- ing James Patterson, 7 up. Pete Starnes defeated J. C. Pace, 4 and in the fifth flight. First ryund matches are to be finished Sunday and finals for the entire tournament are sche- duled to be completed by August 28. Second round of the tourna- ment opens Monday. More Dams Sought On Brazos River MARLIN — (UP) — The Brazos river conservation and reclamation district may receive federal funds for the construc- tion of six more dams along the stream, it was revealed to- day. Sen. Tom Connally conferred with Roy Sanderford of Belton, chairman of the ri...

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