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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

' -vfa ' r " ymp Tmmmm '. ' *>< •#; '" " *?v" m - ' !l ' •'■*'" M thursday, august 25, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS \ ?. -m a pace t I < i t • . I Ji, •BndwIchM Vpu should trjr our bar- beetle land- wiclies. they are delicious. "It'a not the Top jr Tttr- \y anymore . . . Let's all keep cool at the Tav- ern ; . . where every- body goes . . . !" WASH TUBBS AND you can . . . Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DINK and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport — — -HI, a| —a jiffy is the time it ; takes for us to your crankcase with genuine drain and fill KOOL MOTOR OIL. ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 ft - j .YOU LL LIKE OUR .SERVICE. Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-l-and Labor Day "If Yoa Miss It —you will miss it." PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 Elm. St. Sweetwat...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 August 1938

© mm ' 3 SWEETWATER ■ mm •b\ ' ■*;< mmm r • D-TOKHUPBi <*#( llP* l, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, AUGUST 38* 19S8 ck Exhibit List For Roby Fair Expected To Set New Record Entries in tual Fisher >. Horse Show Annual Exposition to : Be Held Sept. 9; StiU Time to Enter Event ROBY — The fifth annual fisher county jack and stallion show, which is to be held in Roby, September 9, has created considerable interest among Jiorse fanciers of Fisher county, and up to the present time 121 &nties have been received by Guyon Davis, secretary-manager Of the show. The entries are as follows: Clsfcs 1, Fisher county jacks only, 2 Class II mule colts under one year old, 13; Class III, mule colts over .one year and under two years, 10; CIess IV, Fisher coun- ty draft stallion over two years, 4; Class V, draft colts under one year, 6; Class VI, draft colts ovei one year and under two years, 5; Class VII, Fisher county sad die type stallion, 0; Class VIII, saddle type colts under one year, 2;...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

WPvi ... I' ^ ^ <1 m vffi* •<# * ■ Pi, jPII?;'' ■#*$a •'•""■ * >;.<y t J fPJ. ^:rv- * ♦) o o o f * *> 0 . t f/ * * ★ w ★ ★ ****** *,,.***** * * * * * CIO IGNORES CHARGES OF REDS' IN RANKS tf & O I f/ <7 Labor Leader Warned Not to Solicit Funds Sheppard Tells Head Of Wolrktrs' Alliance Not to Violate Law WASHINGTON — (UP) — Chairman Martin Dies of Texas of the house committee on un- American activities said today that he was "at a loss to under- stand" why CIO officials have not investigated charges that the CIO has "numerous commu- nists" on its payroll as organ- izers. Dies said that John L. Lewis had ignored repeated in- vitations to testify at hearings at which the charges were firought out. In the meantime Chairman Morris Sheppard of the senate campaign investigating commit- tee warned Davis Lasser, presi- dent of the Workers' Alliance, to drop plans to collect a $50,- 000 campaign fund. Sheppard had said previously that Lasser would l)e "conniv- ing" in vi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

< W 2 Magnolia Medico Captures Humble In Regional Play Attorney General Of Texas His Nolan County Friends Unhesitatingly Commend Him to You And Sincerely Believe MANN'S THE MAN Teams Score In First Three Innings, Visitors Drop Decision 5 to 4 Sweetwater's Magnolia Medico eliminated the Humble Oil and Refining company of Andrews from regional competition last night by a 5 to 4 count. Both teams scored their runs in the first three innings, Hum- ble scoring one in the first and three in the third, and MM tak- ing two in the first and three in the second. Peeples Pitches Pat Peeples, 16-year-old sensa- tion, started on the mound for MM, and gave up three hits and four runs but walked 7 and struck out 4 before being replac- ed in the third period by Howe. Howe allowed 2 hits for no runs. He walked 3 and struck out 2 with 1 error behind him for the final 4 periods. Eleven Hum- ble players were left on base in the game. Pitcher Morgan of the An- drews crew allowed 5 runs, 6 hits 3 walk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

' II iSE •5" p| .; <* mm i^Cl 'wure GREEN BEANS TOMATOES No. 2 Cans tpJume Quality ' MEATS 7 tStk 3 11 PfiVHI ■PPjP^ •' ' (2 Limit ) UcT"*Co ^ Your Choice - Angelus, MarshmaUows Full o* Gold Fruit Cocktail Tall Can AMI ^ We do everything we can W to please you at Sunbeam's and we do it YOUR way. We stock the brands and quality for which YOU have preference. We offer the conuniences YOU expect of a modern, self-service market. The low prices YOU want to pay are plainly marked on each neat display and show the substantial savings YOU make GROCERY PRICES FOR FRIDAY AFTKKXOQN, SATURDAY, MONDAY ^ahm PRODUCE Fresh Country j : Morrels lender Cured HAMS Whole or Half CHOICE QUALITY BABY BEEF 30c ,?m".Koast 23c 25c ^"l""€r R'""" 20c 18c !;h«kK"'-1 18c Round Steak lb Loin Steak lb Seven Steak lb. LEG-O-LAMB small size Choice Quality, II). LAMB SHOULDER ROAST A Real Buy, lb LAMB CHOI'S Never Before at this Price, lb. . OLEO Our Favorite OLEO Good Luck SLICED BACON Sugar Cured, lb FRESH COUN...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

ipft J ISL * y r Have ONFIDENCE TAfl# He Is Qualified For The Office Of DISTRICT ATTORNEY Political Advertising Paid for by Sweetwater Friends 1 3 1 Read the Reporter Classified Ads. SchrtliB i A good attendance was report- ed for the school conducted Tuesday and Wednesday for employee? and field men of the Sweetwater Production Credit association. The meeting, held on the roof of the Bluebonnet Hotel was for the purpose of familiar^ izing employees with the prin- ciples of production credit. Representatives from Nolan, Dawson, Scurry, Fisher and Mitchell counties attended, and reports from these counties in- dicate good livestock and crop conditions in s^ite of some dam- age to crops by boll and leaf worms. Those attending the school, together with their families, were treated to a bar- becue supper at the city park Tuesday night. Attending were R. S. Spraber- ry and L. B. Stuart, Lamesa; J. C Ezell, Snyder; G. S. Barnes, Sylvester; Bob Weatherby, Jr., and Fred Jay, Roby; F. L. Ter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

m 111*1 :.wf m h l •■>.: •• v il ' I I f t < « • • *• <? I -> { 4 ' r i T «!• 4 ! V •y-zU If It las Birthday Party Dolores McCright was feted Wednesday afternoon with a play party to celebrate her sixth birth anniversary. Her mother, Mrs. E. H. McCright, entertain- ed at the West Broadway home. Games were played by the children. Snapshots were taken of the group and individuals. Summer refreshments were passed to Jackie Lane McCright, Mary Tom Washam, Peggy Ann Walker, Billie Mac Washam, Julia Pearl Dragoo, Lois Jean 'SHIPPERS' 1 '' f No buttons to break or come off on these faultless nobelt shorts. 50c MAN SHOP Whitten and Simmons Doscher Bldg. ' — - • —et Smith, , Jackie Butts, Don- nie! McCright, Loma Faye and Beth Sttrman and Anna' Lou Fuqua. Burkett Family Reunion Held Honoring Mrs. J. B. Burkett of Eastland, her children and Trandchildren gatherpd at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burkett, 411 East Avenue C, for a reunion. All were present with the ex- ception of o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

J I H i M* " ' t-f P v?^ wi --' ' SWBBTWi , ,, TfXA *• «***' • Hr I Sri ■ '-v- Yon Hire a Young, jrienced Lawyer to Try i Important Lawsuit? Would you not show the State of Texas the same consideration U you do your own private business? Would you vote for a man for an important public-office who has had his license little more than four years, during which time he managed a political campaign and then accepted three appointments under that administration in preference to the man who had held three elective offices, none of them full time, all of which required knowledge of the law and the problems of government and which were offices of high honor instead of high salary? Would you believe a man to be sincere when he charges his political opponent with being a "professional politician" because this man has served you as your elective State Senator for little more than one term and Lieutenant Governor for two terms, whereas the man making the charge, in 1934, when he started practici...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

; - ' M -'• ••• * gjyililijill|ap|g^ '•fW! i?M IwlK ##p|l w, GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter ••■•■ •■ _.. V SECTION II MA** •mmmmmmmttrnhtim GENERAL AND EDITORIALS VOLUME XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS,.FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938 NUMBER 123 6 Texas Industry and Trade Begins Upward Trend In July Variety Program For Cox Rodeo Visitors to the Double Heart rodeo and frontier fiesta, Sept. 3, 4, and 5, will he furnished a variety of entertainment. Be- sides the program of bronc rid- ing, trick riding, brahma bull riding, wild mare races, cowgirl bronc riding, calf roping, mat- ched roping, etc., they may dance on a new floor, remodeled from a recently purchased 40 by 2D skating rink. A popular orch- estra will furnish music, and square dancing will be an added feature. The Ross acrobatic team, three sisters, 8, 10 and 12 years of age, is expected to add to the hilarity of the roundup. They have a novelty act of stunts, some call- ing for participation by specta- tors. AUGU...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

I I II mm.- * \ • ' C f : mm w«SS8i!sl£ REPORTER—Features £ Of tht PAGE TWO SWEETWATER TEKA8 FRIDAY, AUGUST 26, 1938 pM George Bennltt and 'Ruasoll' Bennitt, Pubs, WE TRADE OUR FRANCHISE 1 FOR A MESS OF POLITICS? W« pn all familiar with the biblical story of Esau and Jacob and yet right in Texas today, we have a virtual reenactment of that simple story of ancient tiroes.* Hie people of Texas today are being asked to trade their right of franchise for a mess of poli- tics and it will be a sad day for this great state of ours if we make the same mistake that Esau madp back in the days of Isaac. Tomorrow, citizens of Texas, we go to the polls and by our votes, we will decide an issue that will have a vital bearing on the future course of our government. Tomorrow we go to the polls to vote for candidates of our own choosing or cast our ballot at the behest of a man, who has set himself up as the "little dicta- tor" of Texas. Every time he opens his mouth, he displays a lack of understan...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

v, W£ f iv: ■ • i M t ) t } „ * * .> t :> • ' i * t i I i , « I • « r* 1338 ro« oar bar* ■ an d- Idies. They delicious. "It's not the Topsy Tur- vy anymore . ■ . Let's all keep coo* at the Tav- ern . . . where every- body goes . . . t" ffll m YOU CAN . . . Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DINK and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport It —A JIFFY is the time it takes for us to your crankcase with genuine PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 JW17 Elm. St. Sweetwater drain and fill k00l motor oil. ROV PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd I'll. 433 fr . snr — j , YOU LL LIKE OUR .SERVICE Be Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-and r Labor Day "If You Miss It —you will miss it." LAHOMA DICKSON Ts Entitled To One Free Haircut at Our Modern Shop A Pleasing Appearance begins Willi a haircut. We start you right! V...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 August 1938

i ? V ill m M I f * B 1>| nn'iiiinw i I •jp hi iV 'Ilfi'li i f ! fa-' ^Sb I'-I ..I .ni " ■■■ r. JSCs ■ r: Let1! Go to the Polls Tomorrow and 1 era • buJ da] coi| Me msj STATE REPRESENTATIVE # A forceful character who will make himself heard in our Texas Legislature. A man who is fearless in fighting for what he thinks is right. A man with a complete understanding of the laws of our State, gained through 12 years prac- tice as an outstanding attorney in this section. HE IS A WINNER! Dickson lead his run^off opponent over the district by over 1400 votes* He is supported by Charley Jones of Fisher County and R* T* Dockrey of Mitchell County, each of whom were candidates for this office in the July primary♦ This Advertisement paid for by Fisher, Mitchell and Nolan County Friends of JR. Temple Dickson i 0 inl ne inl H. Bf • hj \v| v<r le| '• a rr Pi tlf el % 1(l \\f ftft '• - -• *•. .• 1.\

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

<) n ii r Barber Noses Out Outlaw Dock Scott Elected County Clerk rney's Race L. W. (Dock) Scott, for sev- eral years engaged in the gin business in Sweetwater, Satur- day was elected clerk of Nolan county, nosing out Marshall Morgan, incumbent, by the slim margin of 108 votes. Scott carried nine out of the 14 voting boxes in the county, the two dividing the laurels In Sweetwater. County Clerk Morgan led Scott 30 votes in Sweetwater's voting precinct No. 1 and Scott carried Sweetwater's No. 5 box by 83 votes. Scott polled his biggest vote in the Divide box, where he gar- nered 198 of the 278 votes cast in that precinct. Morgan's big- gest leads were tabulated in Blackwell, where he led Scott by 44 votes, and in Roscoe, where Morgan obtainet 374 votes to 287 votes for Scott, a lead of 87. County Clerk Morgan is due to retire from the office in Jan- uary after serving the county many years. Before the runoff, political observers predicted the race would be close—some even suggestin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

at Park fweetwttor Swatter beaoball eta* i to triBU* «he fttyder group at the city park at 3:30 this mrnrnton. The SwatUrs are to have two new players on their roster to- day. Lyman Greer, Who has been playing with Big Spring in the 'West Texas • New Mexico league, and Charles Walker, out until after a recent appendix operation, are both scheduled to be in the lineup. Snyder dropped a tilt with the Sweetwater team two weeks ago 7 to 4. The return game was eohsdmied imfre Sunday, July 12, but was called off due to rain and a muddv field. The visi- tors lost to the Forsan Oilers in the find rounds of the Colora- do baseball tournament staged three weeks ago. Gofters Complete City Tournament This Afternoon Prizes To Be Awarded To Competition Winners After Today's Matches Prizes to winners, runners-up and consolation winners la the annual Sweetwater invitation golf tournament, which ends to- day, are to be awarded this af- ternoon immediately after the completion of the last final match...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

1$^ *v 't' 'M ■ X JEJSH Wf. A:>W ' . noraen1* latere* Clubs • Churches yft-¥f$r I' AV'.^H - >.• * — loiu* D. Parry Society Hdltor Dial 111 le E# lh In al rd in ■le fch ki- bi# Jto |al J a rn >y« ie Die les Ptr Id- h,« Post-Nuptial Parties 4 Honor Mrs. Neblett o <• Brightening the society calen- dar during the last weeks of August as care-free vacation days are drawing to a close, are a series of post-nuptial parties honoring Mrs. Parkes Neblett, the former Miss Inez Crenshaw, whose marriage was solemnized August 13. The initial social courtesy for Mrs. Neblett, soon after her return from a wedding trip to New Mexico, was an afternoon bridge party Wednesday at the home of a sister, Mrs. Sam Le- land Glass, 1011 East Twelfth. Summer blossoms graced the rooms where twenty guests were entertained at five tables arranged for contract bridge. At the conclusion of the games Mrs. Peter Fox held the high score and Mrs. Eldon Ely received the consolation for low score. The hostess...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

y Rotan Oil Mill Begins Season Payne Prepares To Spud New WeD News Briefs District Rotan and DoweH | Bydtems to Begin I Sessions Sept. 5 iy Mrs. P. B. Knott £ ROTAN—The Hobbs school opened the 1938-39 school term 1 st Monday and registered the gest enrollment in the history the school. C. J. Dalton, county superin- tendent, and Superintendent N. J. Guiilet were the principal speakers at opening exercises held in the auditorium. • The increased enrollment was due to the transfer of scholas- tics in the County Line district, which gave the Hobbs school all of the students in an area that covers more than 200 square miles. New Building Planned Superintendent Guiilet an- nounced that construction is ex- pected to begin soon on a $4,- 000 agriculture building which is to be partly financed through a WPA grant. The new building is to have work shop rooms, tool racks and display space for completed projects. A special room is to be provided for the members of the Future Farmers of America....

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

sa m •' • 1 1 • . • • i <* 519 GE •% 'I Hon ■} Yo* ahotld try our bar- becme sand- wktn. They ar* Idklou. "It's not <h« TOp«y Tar- vy anymore , , . Let's all kfep cool at the Tav- ern . . . where every- body. goes ... J" YOU CAN Keep cool while dancing in the open moonlight gar- dens of the Tavern. Beau- tifully cool and lots of en- tertainment every night. DINE and DANCE THE TAVERN Across From Airport —A JIFFY is the time it : takes for us to your crankcase genuine drain and fill with KOOL MOTOR OIL. PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 007 Elm. St. Sweetwater ROY PITTMAN'S STATION 301 E. 3rd Ph. 433 i I . YOU LL LIKE OUR .SERVICE 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." LAHOMA DICKSON Is Entitled To One Free Haircut at Our Modern Shop A Pleasing Appearance begins with a haircut. We start you right! I ft!!* BARBER LcSYI.Vj SHOP (Next to Wool wo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

Sissa®*® ite First Trip Accorded Fine Reception in All r r Cities Visited Friday : Members of the Midwest Ex- position good will party, spon- sored by the Sweetwater Board Of City Development, entertain- ed a crowd of five thousand per- sons in Ruddick park at Colora- do Friday night. George Barber, secretary of the BCD. served as master of ceremonies and extended an in- vitation to Colorado and sur- rounding territory to attend the exposition in Sweetwater Sep- tember 13 through 17. Marshall Pior of Sweetwater explained features of the fair and likewise extended an in- vitation and welcome to the gathering to attend the Midwest Exposition. Entertainment fea- tures of the program included violin and whistling numbers by Miss Lahoma Dickson, ac- companied by Miss Georgene Bullock; rope twirling act by Billy Lewis; musical specialties by Dick Hanna, accompanied by Miss Bertha Eberle: guitar du- ets, and guitar-violin duet by Sweetwater Playboys, Jimmie Lynch and Dutch Larue: and the b...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

GE1 EDITORIALS ■' ; • • AND EDITORIALS VOLUME XU SUNDAY, AUGUST 28, 1938 NUMBER 124 U. S. Launches Battle For Control Of World Wheat Market t > i It. py rk pi- lin 1(1- et- Ira ,'lc is l))i- Int Move Designed To Dfepttse of Crop Surplus Price To Be Paid Is Not Announced; Grain Dealers Asked to Sell WASHINGTON — (UP) — Secretary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace Saturday launched the United States into a battle for control of world wheat mar- kets in order to dispose of 100,- 000,000 surplus bushels of this year's record crop through a government export-subsidy plan. He announced that the federal surplus commodities corporation would begin immediate pur- chases of wheat for export and relief distribution and telegraph- ed grain dealers to offer their wheat for sale Saturday and Monday. Agriculture Adjustment administration officials said lat- er that the move was the initial step in putting an export-subsi- dy plan into operation. Price Not Announced Wallace did not announce the pri...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 28 August 1938

mmm P#; ■M DRUG STORE! The Store MS Oak Street MONDAY SPECIALS MINE ASPIRI A EEGISTEBED PHARMACIST WILL FILL YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS MEAN JOBS _ ' ■ —- SON AT SPECIAL MISSP •—S-H 1.00 Wine of Cardui 75c Pazo Ointment bpsom CAREGA |f f 1 Pint Rubbing fl 0n ALCOHOL .... #3«* - -'.n« *c. Rexall Milk of MAGNESIA ... JJV 4 oz. Cascara 4A. SAGRADA .... jjFC Rexall Milk of Magnesia «f}j. TOOTH PASTE I/V 50c Jasmine Cleansing or COLD CREAM *l|C HAVE YOUR DOCTOR PHONE US YOUR PRESCRIPTION FREE DELIVERY PHONE 884 Look Your Best with a new fall coiffure! Make It a Point To Go to the Beauty Shop Monday... Gay, Vivacious Styles . . . Styles lor athletic tom- boys . . . styles for imperturbable sophisticates . . . any style . . Just make it a point to call any of the numbers listed below. These shops offer you a complete beauty service. BLUE BONNET, Blue Bonnet Hotel Ph. 2641 CROWE BEAUTY SHOP, 208 E. 3rd I'h. 26fi9 JEAN'S BEAUTY SHOP, .112 Oak Ph. 751 PATE'S BEAUTY SHOP, Texas Bank Bldg. Ph 2841 SHEL...

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