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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 August 1938

I 9 I 't; :k ' *■ Nil "t ■ A KILLED IN MID-AIR C - : Gulf Coast Dwellers Safe From Tropic Storm LAKE CHARLES, La. — (UP) —The U. S. wealher bureau to- day warned coastal residents of Louisiana and Texas that rains and high winds would follow the hurricane which blew itself out in this area last night. The hurricane caused one death. Charlie Johnson, a boat- house caretaker, was drowned. Storm signals were posted last night along the Texas and Louis- iana coasts. Residents began a general exodus, seeking safety in storm cellars, civic buildings and at Inland cities. The hurricane did not reach the intensity expected. It broke window panes and overturned small fishing boats. For an hour, however, Lake Charles was with- out outside communications. HOUSTON — (UP) —With an- nouncement that a tropical hur- ricane was dissipated after strik- ing Lake Charles, La., the Unit- ed States weather bureau warn- ed today of continuing local storms along the Texas-Louis- iana coast. Crafts from a w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 August 1938

mx Sweetwater bkpoei**, sweetwateb, i monday, august 1«, 193* fcSee irn Of Parimutuels j .a AUSTIN — (UP) — Results tht legislative races in the primary election to be 'August 27 will be watched fat their effect on possible re- turn of horse race parimutuels to Texas. 'Many Texans will watch the trend of this state election as eagerly as the nation's voters scan other results to determine the country's attitude on the "New Deal". Hope for the return of pari- mutuels originated when it was reported that the name of W. Lee O'Daniel appeared on a peti- tion to the Texas legislature op- posing repeal of the parimutuel act. O'Daniel now is democratic nominee for governor. The peti- tion indicates'that he has a view on racing directly opposite to that of retiring Gov. James V. Allred. Governor Allred opposed racing and made passage of the repeal act an issue. He demanded that the legislature vote upon it at the last session. CLOSE VOTE IN SENATE -The house readily acquiesced. Forced to a ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 August 1938

m • I • • * i• • i t n • i * • i t T MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1938 SWEETWATER , SWEETWATER, TEXAS ...jnSH ntinu National, State Leaders On Texas A. & M. College Program Farm Teachers To Hold State- Wide Meeting More Than 500 ■ Agricultural Workers Expected to Attend COLLEGE STATION — Lead- ing state and national agricul- tural figures have been invitad to participate in program of the annual statewide confer- ence of vocational agriculture teachers to he he id at Texas A. and M. college Aug. 22-26. More than 500 agricultural work- ers are expected to bring their families to the campus for the conference, according to Henry Ross, of the A. and M. depart1 ment of vocational agriculture, in charge of the meeting. Program for the conference will offer opportunity for group sessions, where various prob- lems of the work can be iron- ed out in informal discussions. A general session will be held daily with outstanding speak- ers who will tell of their work along agricultural lines. o Open F...

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

iip?i f$V * ^ gt? jmpa / m g ■;. v; ■ f •;. «; 0 -£ ;H ';r V- m •-'''•••7 - Wfspw ' ^/frv p' ■ " '-; &£;• ' - ■ v ,v":" PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS & MONDAY, AUGUST 13, 1938 W Bennitt?' Whose soever sins ye remitf they are "remitted them; and whose soever sins ye retain they • Pardon, not wrath, ii God's best attribute.— are retained.—John 20;23.— t: • r u it THE WORLD'S 'SECURITY'— AT THE POINT OF A GUN A sufficient number of young men having died to cool the ardor of both sides, the Japanese and Russians seem' to have agreed that they will not go to war—not now, anyway—to decide which nation holds title to that scrubby hillock in Manchuria. So another war scare blows over, and the world gets one more chance to take a look at the direction in which it is traveling. What it sees can hardly be reassuring, but the immediate danger is lifted and we are all right . . . until the next time. It isn't especially comfortable, this business of liv- ing in a world which is forever tee...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 August 1938

• • • • • I • • • r |e I<1 • • • • SWEETWATER, TEXAS In Colo rado Softball • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • Forty-Eight Clubs Compete In Meets In Five Districts Leaders To Regional Meet Here August 29, State Meet At Abilene Magnolia Medico and Gulf, top ranking teams in the Sweet- water softball league, are to re- present Sweetwater in district softball play at Colorado this week. Only tseyeh teams are entered in the district tournament, which is under the direction of Jack Christian, head coach of Colora- do high' school. The first-round schedule fol- lows: Monday night, only one game —Forsan Continental Oilers vs. Shell Pipe Line company, Colo- rado. Game starts at 8:15 o'clock. Tuesday night, first game starts at 8:15 p. ni.—Coltex Refiner vs. Magnolia Medico of Sweetwater; second game, Ijamesa's Modern Cleaners vs. Sweetwater's Gulf He- finery. Wednesday night, only one game—Moureed of San Angelo, drawing a bye in opening rounds meets the winner of the Conoco- Shell game of Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 August 1938

iSimday JEW f Nncnn uwu- r w HoUowtll Infant Paul Brand, 34, died at tfehxk Sunday morning at Sweetwater hospital, follow- taR « brief illness. Mrs. Brand, tbe former Miss Pearl Robertson, was born and reared in Sweetwater and edu- cated in the local schools. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Robertson, pioneer res- idents of this county and cafe owners for many years. At pre- sent Mr. Robertson is operating a cafe in the west side of town. She is survived by her hus- band and two sons, Paul Kel- ton and Jimmie Bob, her par- ents, and a long list of relatives. Funeral services were held at the graveside in the city ceme- tery at 10 o'clock this morn- ing with Dr. Gary L. Smith, pas- tor of the Presbyterian church, officiating. Johnston Funeral home was in charge of arrangements. Members of the Oscar McDon- ald post of the American Legion, who are close friends of Mrs. Brand's father, Jess Robertson, former post commander, acted as pallbearers. Funeral services were held at 2...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 August 1938

Loi • Bee- 9 |Big turn ech; vail. 624 MONDAY, AUGUST 15 , 193ft McCALL and LOW Loans, Insurance, Rentals Real Estate Ay cock Building Phone 9U7 Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot) BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Visit WILLIAMS GRILL Music - Dancing - Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. C. A. Becmaii Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Instruments See our window dispiaj Registered Optometrist! j Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. .1. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS 4* €E©OIT§|©/ w©'ff© sure missing out on a cs©®sS tSssnM Ufa — —r- "That's right, .lim! <*<>sh, i< wouldn't lie so bad il we had some of that furniture lliey feature a( IClrod's. There's a whale of a lot of value there for your money!" TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you on that trailer you liave wanted. • Complete Auto Service • Wrecking Service 0 Phone 2371 SCOTT WRECKING COMPANY Bdwy. Phone 2371 At...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 August 1938

v:'/ 1.', Spf4"?® ®'t . tSF- dfi: t i® -.-• r-.i?fif!- « •>8 i .-'• MwcmX .- ■jiii&'i cglwBli '" ' • £ , '. '-■ t 1 -.•- « ■' # ;■ rrmm,m a*-® ^ ^;v; " , ' ; .^'"v ^1^3® !(Mwl!£|RBk ' ' {§5?v ' . • : :r f-> - ' i.)V.-'>•••'£** V' ' ■'>*• Continue Speaks Over Air Tonight Maryland and New York {Moils Marked For Roosevelt 'Black Ball' WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt's aggressive campaign for liberal control of the democratic party today en- tered a significant week during which he is expected to demand additional political death sen- tences for office-holders who nave opposed fundamental new deal issues. Reported next on the "purge" list are Sen. Millard E. Tydings of Maryland and Rep. John O'Connor of New York, chairman of the powerful house rules committee and a leader of the democratic-republican coalition which killed the president's gov- ernment reorganization bill dur- ing the last session. To Answer Roosevelt As prosecutor for the party's liberal wing, Mr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 August 1938

WW V' - y'/i D D |he ny. > 33c .00 too .00 foot |ch- '.80 f75 laki ).35 lerg Finat re- 1100; lort is Gng InecP Is of 1 the I • : I* I I : ■8 r I M" "*w'l IP "V ■ ,.-u W$m * ft HELD AS SUSPECT IN FROME CAS ★ * •k ★ ★ ★ Eight Convicts Stab Texas Prison Quard, Then Escape Escapes Net i;1 Floyd Hamilton, one uf the I Koutliwest's number 1 rats, is believed to have escaped a po- lice net laid around a wooded section in northwest Ar- kansas and northeast Okla- homa. t) Brush Fire Puts Stop to Army's War Maneuvers Soldiers Resume t) 'Battle' After Blaze Extinguished CAMP BULLIS — (UP) — A brush fire that swept between f the invading brown army and the blue defenders in the United States army's maneuvers was brought under control last night and communication lines were restored. The fire was checked by a party recruited from the blue army after a temporary armis- tice had been affected in the mock battle. «■ The armistice was delayed be- cause of the broken communica- tion lines aross th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 August 1938

HK1 IS Kisv -*! •■-.. f^jrara,? A-rsSTWWyr"-, '* - i-'"vvy ' -'V -r-jf: k'.. * . -' '..u ■"<-. ■■ A ■ , , c * ' 0 SWEETWATER REPO&TE&, SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, AUGUST 16,1988 qi; ' T' Only Third of Area Susceptible To Wind Erosion Drought and Grasshopper Damage Would Open Up Acreage to Blowing AMARILLO — (UP) — Fav- orable moisture conditions have brought "control of the so-called dust bowl nearer realization than at. any time since it came into existence," H. II. Finnell, re- gional conservator of the soil conservation service, said today. Finnell, who has been in charge of the government's bat- tle against wind erosion since 1934, said that dust storms could originate on only one third of the land that made up the dust bowl in 1936. "The prospective blowing area of next winter and spring now centers about the point where Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, Colo- rado and New Mexico join," he declared. Drought Still a Foe Drought would open up addi- tional acreage to blowing, how...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 August 1938

« . € Ion* 0 Icir |ay, at |the |an* • P. pro- ar- ^n<* « ma lion |her 5:30 J>n£ Itro- flele- at to % is the nort ad- |esa® )me I has ex- it^ the i'ked dis- lival, Itur^l Inded ( "do ! ce It i 4 Ifrom Tig "a lift « fnies, 1 ■flow- 5c lc tc >c !c fc ic >C 0 I l > t II • 1 n l| )i • t w ' . ■ <; 'y? r■' '' 'X- ^ ; MCElUMiif TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1936 'i'X./' r- SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■ agnolia Medico, Qulf Oilers Compete A t Colorado Tonight I r 5 4 • Harvesters Capture Third Place In Men's League Softball Contest By capturing the second game of a double header series last night, International Harvester company took third place stand- ing in the men's softball league for this season. In the, first game, Sunbeam grocerymen scored a 16 to 4 vic- tory to tie the standing and force the playoff into a third game. IHC had previously won a three inning game 8 to 1 on Friday night, and came back to take the second tilt last night 12 t.o 9. Sunbeam took their win...

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

At that time Abijah the ton of Jeroboam fell Kings 14 f I. In sickness let me not so much say, am I getting ,, letter of my pain?! as am I getting better for 1 h?)—Shakespeare. ' JAPAN'S ARMIES RACE A RIVER OF GOLD One way to get an idea whether Japan will finally whip China is to follow the troop movements as re- ported in the daily papers. Another way is to keep an eye on the gold movement. Armies move to the accompaniment of crash- ing guns, and go to the field of action with a cer- tain amount of fanfare and drum-beating, even in this day of mechanized fighting. Gold moves quietly, like a thief in the night, and only a few people bother to trace its course as recorded on the financial pages. But in the end it can be the more important of the two. Not long ago John T. Flynn noted the heavy drain of gold Japan has been suffering recently, and pointed out that in 15 months the country had been obliged to send $346,000,000 of gold to the United States. A little later a New York Time...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 August 1938

pn. •> 624 9 1 t I ■■JHwl I TUESDAY, AUGUST: 16, •*•■•■♦• .-*■■■■■ ■■■■- • f ■ & <?■*' ' 1930 Ay cock Building Phone 907 McCALL and LOW Loans. Inrarance, Rentals .Real Estate Onljr Neatly Repaired Shoes Pleaae those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP OptometrMa j Expert examina- ' tion, lenses. | repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORSl Visit WILLIAMS GRILL Music - Dancing • Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. G. A. Beeman Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Instruments See our window displaj George, we're sure missing out on a good deal! "That's right, Jim! Gosh, it wouldn't be so bad if we had some of that furniture they feature at Klrod's. There's a whale of a lot of value there for your money!" JW.ELROfl " FURNITURE N. Side Square TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you on that trailer you have wanted. • Complete Auto Service • Wrecking Service t Phone 2371 scon WRECKI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 August 1938

MtV'K ;• SWEETWATER, TEXAS •* - mv- - o I • ARKANSAS CONCORDS w Arriving Late This Afternoon or Early In The Morning From Springdale, Arkansas 1,150 Baskets Extra Fine Quality Picked Yesterday Afternoon From 6 to 7 Pounds to Basket Per Basket Shortest Concord Crop in Years. Don't wait because this will be our only load. 22 c Snappy Colorado Green BEAN [S m * Lb. 5c Full Pod English PEAS 5c Large Stalk Pascal CELERY su,k 9c Home Grown OKRA „ Vic Fresh Blackeyed PEAS J n*. 5c Fancv Bell PEPPER CARROTS J L„auTh,s 10C IV* 432 Size Sunkist LEMONS - do, 19« California Hale Thompson Seedless PEACHES 39c GRAPES V/2c * . ■ , Nancy Hanks Peaches OK Pears - Full O'Gold FRUIT COCKTAIL Del Monte Crushed or Sliced Pineapple - Rosemary Grape Juice No. 1 Can Tall can (2 Limit) WILSON'S ADVANCE SHORTENING SUGAR Pure Cane .... TOMATOES 10c 15c Qt- 25c NO. 2 can 4 Ih. ctn 8 lb ctn (1 limit) |Q (1 Limit) Paper Bag 4 No. 2 cans 39c 78c 47c 25c ■■' # m„ ,, - French J • . ' f Wn DOUGHNUTS Doz 20c Angel Fo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 August 1938

■V fwM ■- wtk im m -m ■ I * :' . ■&*?/*', . :• VirvS' !&•? ' . 3r*.«; •'* •" •' PRISON ARE D ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Europe's Nerves Jangled By Nazis' War Maneuvers Hitler Views Two Million Soldiers By United Press Adolf Hitler personally in- spected armies of the reich to- day in a tour along the sum- mer war games front. Hitter spent the day with troops 20 miies west of Berlin. As the German army massed men and material in number and quantity unequalled since the World War, the German air force displayed its might for the chief of staff of the French air force who is here on a cour- tesy visit. The tramp of hobnail boots jangled the nerves of a contin- ent already strained by wajf scares. At least 2,000,000 meh were testing modern war ma- chines, the largest number since the e*fd of the World War. In Germany 1,000,000 men marched to wartime commands, in Czechoslovakia 400,000, in Holland 60,000, in Turkey 50,- 000, in Italy, 40,000, in France (JO,(XX) and in England 50,000 reg- ulars,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 August 1938

'SWM. ; I ' ? lis See a(% Additional Foil-Time > Finance Clerk Pat On; Delivery Is Extended The Sweetwater postoffice has scored again through efforts of Mrs. Thelma H. Bowen, postmas- ter, whose determination has netted one of the most substan- tial enlargement programs for the office in years. Application, plus invaluable in- formation gathered by a postal inspector, reached the u. s. postoffice department, when Mrs. Bowen sought an additional full time clerk in the finance di- vision. Approval of the enlargement program, designed to provide more efficient service for pat- ronage of the office, came this week direct from Washington. Not only is another clerk to be added to the office force but the step will mean promotion for three regular employes. Petition Is Gantcd A petition signed by residents of the southeast part of the city, filed with Mrs. Bowen recently, asking an extension be made in the city delivery route to serve about 20 families, was also grant- ed by the depart...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 August 1938

M: mm. ' sfasR WEDNESDAY, AUG. 17, 1938 ATER, TEXAS "■wiwmmii AW «, iTOO owp w —" •■■ -' f — *■' 'j .' i « V i .1 i mi j , ' "'7'•"""' ' .- - U",'" "i ' ii )'■'"' ■ ; Jif foft'f1'11* ■■ 1 "j ~ * Magnolia Medico Loses, Qulf Wins InColorado Softball MeM • i • 1 • r If • ft •; ♦ «; • • i • • c • Lamesa Cleaners Defeat MM, Gulf Captures Coltex Sweetwater Delegation At District Tournament Numbers Over Hundred More than 100 Sweetwater softball fans were among those who witnessed the defeat of Magnolia Medico by Lamesa's Modern Cleaners 19 to 16 in the first game, and a 6 to 2 victory scored by Gulf over the Coltex Refiners in the second engage- ment of the district softball tournament at Colorado last night. MM took a 4 to 1 lead in the first inning, and increased their standing to 10 to 4 in the fifth. Lamesa then brought in a suf- ficient number of runs to jump into a 19 to 10 lead. MM made a 6 run rally in the final inning, and had 2 men on base when the last out was made. Mabry tossed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 August 1938

I J PAGE FOUR t and Ruaaell SWEfiTVAtER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, AW. 17, MSI George 4 t JkmJL JLa llytf , and keepeth My umto the end. to him vAtt I fire power over tie motions.—Revelations 2; 26. , The only failure man ought to fear it failure in cleaving to the purpose he sees to be beet.-— George Eliot. o AN OPEN LETTER TO W. LEE O'DANIEL W. Lee O'Daniel, Democratic Nominee for Governor, State of Texas. So far in all your explanations you have failed to touch upon the real issue and that is, who are the professional politicians referred to in your campaign speeches? You made your whole campaign on the ba- sis of fighting the professional politicians and you owe it to the people who voted for you to "come clean' on this proposition. Either you set up a "bogeyman" to ride into office on or you haven't got the courage of your convictions to come out and name those profes- sional politicians who you claimed are jeopardizing the welfare of this state. Five of the men whom you indorsed have b...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 August 1938

HUY.AUG. 17/1^8 m- 'SW-S • ^K'/r «£. • m pifc- . Kl- I 13 | |e 8 ♦ I If If lir * f|* > t % k • * « # . • ♦ L • ^ I • t) 9 a McCAliL and LOW Loans. Inanrance, Rentals Real Estate Aycock Building Phone 097 Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Visit WILLIAMS GRILL Music • Dancing - Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. f G. A. Beeman Music House Exclusive Dealers For Kings Band Iustruments Sec our window displaj CLEARANCE USED FURNITURE 2 TWO PIECE USED LIVING ROOM SUITES $12.50 Each One Suite . 17.50 One 2pc. good Condition SI 7.50 One 3 pc. Suite $25 JWELROQ " FURNITURE N. Side Square Registered Optometrists Expert examina- tion, lenses duplicated. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORSj TRAILERS We can build trailer chas- sis of any type. Let us figure with you on that trailer you have wanted. • Complete Auto Service • Wrecking Service • Phone 2371 SCOTT WRECKING COMPANY W. Bdwy. Phone 2371 , Sweetwater reporter, swh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 August 1938

sifei ■ t SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS •:V'4* *!v" Circles [eeting Circles of the First Bap- jdnirch held regular meet- (onday afternoon and morninK. Annie Bagby met at the home of Mrs. Bullock with 7 present. Georgene Bullock directed theJwsiness in keeping with the observance of Youth Week in the. church. Mrs. Andy Brown led the Bible study. A refresh- ment plate was passed before ad- journing to meet with Mrs. H. S. Combs. Mrs. B.' S. Cox was hostess to the Lucile Reagan circle with 14 present. Miss Rubye Mvillins presided and Mrs. Mildred Jqnes taught the lesson. Mrs. E. C. Aston is to be the next host- ess. Blanche Rose Walker circle met at the home of Mrs. Norman Supulver, who led the business period preceding the lesson taught by Mrs. Garland Vinson. Mrs. Jack Roten will be the next hostess. Mary Alexander circle mem- bers assembled at the church Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock preceding the morning services at the church. Miss Mildred Hardin presided. Mrs. E. D. Hag- ar will...

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