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

o o ) f !, • ; ♦ \ > , Srar® or 1938 eon Tragedy Ends Cinderella Story A Cinderella girl when she left a $15-a-week telephone switch- hoard job recently to marry the heir to the $!),IHM),000 Dodge car fortune, Mrs. Laui'ine McDonald Dodge, is now a widow after her husband, Daniel Dodge, drowned in Georgian Bay. Young Dodge went overboard as he was being taken to a hospital after being horribly injured in a dynamite explosion at a summer camp near Little Current, Out. Mrs. Dodge was Madly hurt in the accident, but doctors said she would recover. Final Sales Drive to Be Planned At Mass Meeting ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Sweetwater Reporter VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, AUGUST 1 8, 1938 NUMBER 1 13 O'Daniel Says Battle Already Begun At 8 o'clock tonight salesmen and other interestad persons, are to meet in the municipal au-1 ditorium to make plans for the final drive in the National] Salesmen's Crusade which open- ed in Sweetwater nearly two weeks ago. Tonight's mass meeting was called by Ge...

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

.! i.' I I I ||l I Is; Shop Players Administer facing Defeat This Morning' A Champion: Three Times * * It had reached the wee hours of the morning when Softball teams find spectators trudged home from the district tournament at • Colorado last night, but fans had witnessed a triple-header series in which those Good Gulf Oilers of Sweetwater took a semi- final victory and dropped a final match to the strong Maurice Shop of San Angelo, 9 to 0. The Angeloans were on the big end of a 15-to-0 score in their semi-final round with Forsan's Continental Oilers when the game was called at the close of the fifth inning. Takes Cleaners Gulf's Oiler delegation last night gained a 14-to-6 semi-final decision over the Lamesa Mod- ern Cleaners, who defeated the Magnolia-Medico crew 19 to 16 Tuesday night. Maurice Shoppers were strong- ly desirous of evading the 95 mile drive back to Colorado and convinced the district leaders that they should administer their 9 to 0 decision over Gulf for the distr...

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

F ' ■ : V' • r I "■ ' ' L ■ ' l*-v V" ' •?*' ; " '" ..... , ,, J?; -,... ^ ■ ~~>AY, AUGUST 18, 1938 .mSthm W V' tiWianf ATBt MflNlKl'i^ SWEETWATER, TEXAS 'Go To Church Day' • i • ToBePartof Sales Crusade # Observance Record Attendance at All Churches Is Goal • Of Cooperating Pastors Sweetwater churches are co- operating in (he National Sales- men's Crusade which will open f its third week in the city next Sunday. Record attendance at all ser- vices of the various churches has been set as the major goal by the different pastors and min- P isters who have had several meetings to plan for the obser- vance of "Go To Church Day" set for Sunday. The event is being widely ad- _ vertised through the ministerial * association, which today was placing cards in the windows of down-town stores advertising "Go To Church Day." Announcement of the event 9 has been carried to the different denominations from the pulpits, church bulletins and in every other possible way. Ask Cooperation Ministers...

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

n ii ■ r I; a upon i publiahe W®. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1938 8wMt«rat«r .. Texas Fall. f§2a #l# George"*Bennitt and Russell' Bennitt, Pubs! Features SSS office in Sweetwater, Texas, •f I it it written, Be ye holy; for I am .—I Peter I',16. , all the pomp and pageantry of worlds re- flect Midi glory on the eye supreme, as the meek virtues of the holy man.—R. Montgomery. V- ? PLEASE PASS THE f BISCUITS, PAPPY ;■ It looks like O'Daniel, who has set himself up as the - - Political Pappy of Texas, has already started to pass I out the biscuits to a few of the favored ones and there will be little left for the rest of us folk except some Hillbilly flour sacks full of empty promises. A very - Bad outlook for the thousands of good citizens who be- v lieved him when he told them that he would declare * " war on professional politicians and give the people of Texas a business administration unhampered by the old ties and influences that have been holding the state b...

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

SWEETWATER, TEXAS 10, • Fd In lh 3l « • * • • IS le « • la • t li- r Is li- ft • I * • • • • • • • t Fri.-Sat.—Last Two Days of Dramatic Low Prices—Hurry! ■*>v£r e M? y.> . " Summer Anklets 15c Values! 10c Striped or sol- id mercerized cottons for children, miss- es and women. L arge selec- tion here! Men's Polo Shirts 09c Values! 39c Cool, comfort- a b 1 e, "airy" / weave tuck- stitch in white, maize or blue. Buttoi^ necks; all sizes. Men's Overalls 79c Values! 59c ■)> High - I) a c k / style "Sturdy i - Oak" ()<' 2:20- / weight blue ' ' denim! R i p- proof s e a m s. Sizes 34 to 46! Feather Pillows 69c Values! 2 For $1.00 Full 17x24 - in. size P r i m e curled western hen feathers, fancy drill ticking covers. Get a pair! Velvet Rugs $1.98 Values! $1.00 J'K Modern design if| with grden, 5ifi blue and rust borders. VVell- jp'< bound edges. Rubber treat- ' . ed backs. Rotarus Rugs $5.95 Values! $3.98 !Jxl2-ft. Rota- rus felt base rugs in pat- terns for evt ery room. Sa...

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

|p S,f' ' -v-- f 'ffiw? BWmWAim '■ - . . ■ -•W«bP' • * Hi ATDt,lTEXA -- As Hines Went to Trial Tammany Hines Is red by Dewey liical Leader Alleged 'Fixer' of $20,000,000 fjtchultz Policy Racket' NEW YORK — (UP) — The once powerful Jimmy Hines, the ruddy-faced ex-blacksmith whose political prestige was so formi- dable during the hey-day of Tammany Hall that a crook of his finger could send a man to success or damnation, sat in a sweltering courtroom today and heard himself called a crook. He sat, immobile as a graven Buddha, while a slender, black- eyed young man stood before a jury and shot swift verbal darts —and every dart found its mark in Jimmy Hines. It was the second day of the trial for which all New York has waited—James J. Hines, ac- cused by the ex-choir singer from Michigan, young Thomas E. Dewey, oi being the "politi- cal fixer" for the $20,01)0,000 "Dutch Schult" policy racket. It was even more than a trial of Hines, the power behind the throne of Tammany Hall, it was a...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 August 1938

,s : jsb • • * • • i t *HURSDAY,AUGU8T 18,193ft Dili RHI6E— Meet Tour Friends at Sweetwater's Favorite Rendezvous Mike Muilican ind His Orchestra Playing Every Night THE TAVERN Across From The Airport I Visit WILLIAMS GRILL Music • Dancing - Good Food "A Cool place to Go" Alice E. Wilmot Doctor of Chiropractic Massage Foot Correction Diet suited to Y-O-U-R individual body chemistry. 907 Elm St. Dial 519 • I Only Neatly Repaired' Shorn Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-iinri Labor Day "If You Miss It —you will miss it." CLEARANCE USED FURNITURE WALTON LOWRY Is Entitled To One Free Haircut at Our 3Ioderu Shop Loafing and loud talk is not permitted here Ladies may feel perfect- ly at ease while patroniz- ing his shop. I fti A BARBER LiITLVJ SHOP (Next to Woolworth 5-10) "Just anything you may need in the line of Mu- sical Instruments . . . We can provide them . ....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 August 1938

: m W -• V m & THURSDAY, AUGUST lft, 1988 ny Spurns Hull's For International Peace S. Virtually Id It's None Of Her Business9 Reich's Military Games May Continue On Into October BERLIN — (UP) — Germany today spurned U. S. Secretary pf State Cordell Hull's appeal for international peace as "an American attempt to assume the role of moral schoolmaster" and hinted that the Reich's ^urrent military maneuvers may be extended into October. The foreign office, in semi-of- ficial comment on Secretary hull's speech, said that the fjnited States is "straying even farther from the fundamentals of the highly praised principle Hot to mix in the affairs of other nations." May Call Reserves Simultaneously, usually re- liable informants said that the government might call up a new batch of army reserves in mid-September to engage in maneuvers, replacing reservists now taking "freshening" cours- es with the army. Fuehrer Adolf Hitler, accom- panied by leaders of the general staff, spent the day ...

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

o ') V i *) • •) % • I t r° in r 9 re Fk d • ie 24 |>y |ln er ' m Man Kills Girl When Proposal To Wed Is Refused Minister Starts Life Term 15 Hours After Confessing Murder NEW YORK — (UP) — John Bellinger, an advertising man, went on a date with his girl friend with a sawed off rifle concealed in his brief case, pre- pared to kill her if she refused to marry him. She turned him down as they reached her apart- ment early today, and he shot her through the back of the head. Leaving the body in the hall- way, Bellinger went to tho home of Father John Sheehan and confessed the slaying. Together they went to the po- lice station where Bellinger re- peated that he had killed Marie Joyce, 25. NORTH DAKOTA JUSTICE MOVES SWIFTLY STANTON, N. D. — (UP) — Rev. Helo Janssen, 51, minister, began a life term in the state penitentiary today less than 15 hours after he had confessed the poison murder of his 16-year-old housemaid, Alma Kruckenberg. He pleaded guilty in a special session of circuit...

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

H earns To ^ , • • ■ ^ *"■ ' , *SP ^ FRIDAY, AUGUST 19,193* WB- In Regional Meet Opening angs Increase Heavier workouts twice a day are on the docket for the Mus- tang grid squad next week, ad- vises Coach Laurance Priddy. Approximately thirty-five boys have been reporting for duty this week, with light workouts in blocking and backfield forma- tions and signal running. Coach Adrian Clark has been supervising the backfield drill and Coach Priddy is taking the linemen through their daily workouts. Average weight of the men re- porting for duty runs from 140 to 195, and looms well for the coming season. Lack of seasoned experience on the part of the major portion of the line, appears to be the strongest difficulty to be over- come by this year's squad. Dallas Club Plans Girls' Tournament DALLAS — An invitation girls' softball tournament is to be conducted by the Dallas Municipal Athletic association on September 3, 4 and 5, for the Labor Day weekend. The tournament is to be con- ducte...

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

■r^i* S"" „.<** ^ \ ' * ;; "" .1 WUDAY, -AUGUST 19, 1930' ' -*. / Hp ' -SWEETWATER , ,p" R, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ' | Why wear yourself outshopping from store to store for a bar• ' grain or £u?o, £asi/ i« fAe word for saving on you food bill when you remember that your money buys more at our conveniently located, complete market. We're famous for quality foods at low prices... low prices, not on just a few items, but on all the good things you like to give your family to eat! __ GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDA Y AFTERNOON i n Huxson Red Pitted \ gc Cherries - - Can 2 Limit Del Monte or Libbys Sweet Pickled Peaches 25c no. 2 y2 CAN 19* YOUR hArs. 8 0 Is «oS!y mere ■ Sugar Northern Tissue 5 Rolls Sacks [i. 5c 4 Limit Lifebuoy SOAP Bar 10 25 5 THERE'S POWER BEHIND A NICKLE AT SUNBEAM! Nancy Hanks PEACHES N 1 No. 1 LaSalle vienna| SAUSAGE No. 300 can Chum Salmon 121-2 c TOMATOES 4 NO. 2 CANS 2S< Pure Cane Limit lb. Sugar 10 ''a""r Bag 47* W ilson s Advance A il n SHORTENING % £ £ Limit...

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

m m msim tht char- of any which may _ jy of The Reporter's publica- be cheerfully corrected upon be> to attention of the publishers. Editorials- SWEETWATER REPORTER PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS Sr-i i FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 1938 office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb.9, George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. - The Lord knoiceth them that are Hit. And, let Bringing in the Next Heavy weight Contender M everyone that nameth the name of Christ depart w Br- ' from iniquity.—II Timothy 2; 19. Jesus Christ is a God to wliom we run approach without pride, aud before whom we may abase ourselves without despair.—Pascal. CDANIEL'S FOLLY PUT INTO RHYME Poor W. Lee, now it seems he is making a great fin- ancial sacrifice by becoming governor of Texas. Prob- ably it is just as well for this unknown concern that • W. Lee turned them down. No doubt they can get him a lot cheaper later on. The following poem written by a young man in Tahoka packs such a wallop that we are passing it on for the benefit of...

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

t • • • « • t • • • • • • • -v*&f TODAY, AUGUST 19, 1936 Two Unsolved Mysteries On Board's Books llgp^tv jpa^Gr' I • • Safety Department Has Yet to Unravel Frome And Blanton Cases AUSTIN — (UP) — The third anniversary of the state depart- ment of safety passed last week without ceremony. Aug. 10 was its birthday under the act that consolidated rangers, motor pa- trol and other law enforcement agencies. Actual operation as a department, however, had to be deferred until funds were avail- able and an organization could be perfected. Now the department, forrnpriy scattered about Austin, is con- centrated at Camp Mabry. On its records are listed two major unsolved mysteries — the disappearance of John and Luth- er Blanton in Willacy county and the brutal murders of Mrs. Wes ton Frome and her daugh- ter, Nancy, in the desert near Van Horn. Offsetting these unsolved eases however, are numerous succes- ses in other puzzling cases enter- ed by the department of safety. BECKWORTH WOULD B...

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

is • § SEswJKk mm tfiyk SutlUy KITCHCH (RIFT 48-lb. $ Sack 6 lb. Sack 23c iem ZTmw* SWEETWATER REPCMWER, SWEETWATER.TEXAft Sons of Governor Elect to Enroll At Univ. of Texas Lanham's Sons Left Most Indelible Mark At State School s tfeiv low Every 11(111 J^v Cotfee Airway ~ P"Un2 Pounds 27c POU^S ■#// Puipoia 7lout HMVEST BtOSSOm 48 lb. Sack $1.09 12 lb. Sack 35c IV - - Ice Tea Blend W Jb. box C.H.B. Cucumber 25 oz Chips .. . Jar Tasty Pint Grape Bottle Libby's ^ Tall Pineapple .. 3 cans Fail O'Gold 2 No. 21-* Whole Unpeeled eans Maximum "i Brand . f sc.- v-izis Potatoes Idaho Red Triumph Pounds Concord n Scot Tissue Scot To we Grapes - - White Onions % Or an^es - . Peaches - Basket lbs. 288 size Doz Biff Hale. doz. Lge. Roll 10c Ol&o Best O Spread " Blue Bonnet lbs. Standard Quality No. 2 Can Fa I mo live Soap Reg- Bar King0 Toilet Soap 5«R Frtnchs Bird Seed pkg. 12c Stokely's Tomato Juice lg. can 10c Marshmallows, 4 oz. box 5c Hockless Sugar Cured Picnics Beg. Bar Pound 19c Pac...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 August 1938

9 • 1 ! , s I • * I * ' * ' t ■? } 1 * , ^ * -- * i f = J. mm1' *•> 'y ■ ffclDAY, AUGUST 19, I9«fi 1 f • ji * 11 DUE DANCE— Meet Your Friends at Sweetwater's Favorite Rendezvous Mike Mullican and His Orchestra Playing Every Night THE TAVERN Across From The Airport Visit WILLIAMS GRILL Music - Dancing ■ Good Food "A Cool Place to Go" 415 Oak St. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boota BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-and Labor Day "If You Miss It —you will miss it." Alice E. Wilmot Doctor of Chiropractic Massage Foot Correction Diet suited to Y-O-U-R individual body chemistry. 907 Elm St. Dial 519 WHITTEN HARRY Is Entitled To One Free Haircut at Our Modern Shop Loafing and loud talk is not permitted here Ladies may feel perfect- ly at ease while patroniz- ing his shop. BARBER fj SHOP (Xcxt to Wooiworth 5-10) L.M.C CLEARANCE USED FURNITURE TWO PIECE USED LIVING ROOM SUIT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 August 1938

VttlDAY, AUGUST 1*, 1938 ;,;r . ^ - ^ ■ nd Hereford Association Holds Its Annual Meeting fa Ranchers ivor O'Daniels Stock Program <\4 Hereford Association P Also Endorses National Meat Board at Meet f "4 MARFA — (UP) — Agricul- tural and livestock policies of W. Leo O Daniel. Texas gubei- pitorial nominee, were favored and the work of the national meat board was endorsed liy the Highland Hereford association at a", meeting here. . Problems of the cattle industry were discussed during a three- day field meeting. Anions the speakers were R. C. Pollack, chairman of the national moat board; Luther Sharp of Dallas, who discussed chain stores as a medium for distribution; and Henry Fletcher, manager of the W. P. Fischer Cattle Co., who spoke on ranching in ihe Mar- fa section. - Considerable attention was given to advertising as a means of increasing meat consumption, ft was recommended that the south make special efforts to ac- quaint the public with the merits of meat in the diet by ...

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

■no ment n 1939Forecas Mfflx my*. Sweetwater Reporter o|- ^vavks Youth Details Story of How He Killed Girl Who Spurned Proposal VOL. XU (20 PAGES—3 SECTIONS) SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, AUGUST 2 1, 1938 NUMBER 1 1 9, BERLIN FREES ENGLISH OFFICER Today Is 'Go To Church Day' In City Today is "Go To Church Day" in Sweetwater.. It is the churches' part in the National Salesmen's Crusade which opened in the city more than two weeks ago. It is the second phase of the churches' cooperation in the campaign to heljr restore prosperity in the community, the state and the nation. Most of the churches were represented in the parade inaugurating the event Fri- day, Aug. 5. Ministers of the churches, as well as others, are convinced that real, permanent prosperity cannot be restored in America until the citizenship has under- gone a thorough spiritual re- vival. And Sweetwater churches are making a concerted effort "to sell the citizenship" on the need of this spiritual revival. Record attendance ...

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

o City's jt^jm5io®pi^i loathly Grose Nolan County 4-H Girls Club Rally At The Theatres + . IMA AAA $22^90 Utilize Approximately 26,700 Gallon* of Milk And Cream Each Month |; f i _rf li II r I fix:. ' B SL^P Sales Mean Jobs! An average of $22,380 gross sales each month by the nine dairy and creamery establish- ments of Sweetwater means em- ployment for more than 50 per- sons at an average monthly pay- roll of $3,495. * These enterprising concerns Utilize the productivity of Sweet- water's trade territory by con- OTftiing an average of 26,700 gal- lons of milk and cream each month in the production and sale of their various products. One establishment reports that their purchase of cream will ex- ceed $100 each day, represent- ing an expenditure of some $3,- 000 each month by that one es- tablisment for cream alone. Sell By-Products And cream is not the only product of these dairies and creameries. These participants in the National Sales Crusade movement sell milk, cream, ice cream,...

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

SWEETWATER, TEXAS- Wbtten'i Inlerert Clubs - Churches * More Than 100 Nolan County Ctub Women At Annual ! • r 0 0 Recreation Period Opens Program More than 100 women repre- senting the home demonstration clubs of the county were present Saturday at the fair park grounds for a one-day rally and county-wide meet. Miss Viarena Stinson, county demonstration agent, was pre- sent for the day's activities. Opening the day's program was a recreation period at 9 i o'clock, where swimming held sway, followed by registration. Mrs. Jim Johnson led a sing- song in the mid-morning, where new songs were introduced. At 11 a. m., short course re- ports were given by several dele- gates from the various clubs. At, 11:30 to 12 o'clock Jim Hou- lihan led a recreation social games, followed by a welcome address by Mayor Hen Roberts. Lunch At Noon At the lunch hour where bas- kets were opened and a picnic spread served more than 150 friends and women were in at- tendance. Another recreational period was ...

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

1 I that Rabbit aught five- Schorr as she Bted from a third- window ledge of her home. Attracted to the scene by screams of neighbors who saw the child clinging des- perately to the ledge, Siejak plunged through a gaping crowd as Mary's grip on the casing broke. She fell into his arms unhurt but fright- ened. Her parents were unable to say how she found her way to the ledge, c. o Five Are Fined In Justice Court * Five fines were assessed Sat- urday in justice court by Judge SVH. Shook, collecting $70 from offenders. W. W. Biggs ot Tennessee paid a $1-1 fine on a drunken charge. Fred Rice and J. H. Burns were fined $14 each for speeding; Charles Brown paid a similar fine for driving a car bearing the wrong license plates; N. H. Williamson was fined $14 charged with operating a car without license. ; The case of L. B. Carlisle, charged with drunkenness, has been set in justice court for 10 a. . m., Aug. 25, after the plain- tiff entered a plea of not guilty to the count. Charley McCar...

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