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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 September 1938

mm J f |h Ih I jp I . i • WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1938 SWEETWATER, TEXAS S9S % ;S Dominions Reluctant To Follow England In Case Of War Few of British Possessions Are Willing to Aid Britain's Refusal to Take Firm Stand Against Germany Blamed CANBERRA, Australia — (VP) — Australia expressed solidarity today with Great Britain in the international situation after a cabinet meeting. GENEVA — (UP) — Brit- tin's refusal to take a firm itand against Germany in the Czechoslovak crisis is due in >art to the reluctance of the 3ritish dominions to follow the nother country into a European lonflict and contribute armed orces, it was learned today. The United Press learned on ligh authority, after a long onference between British and lominion delegates to the Lea- ;ue of Nations Council Monday light that only New Zealand tnd Canada are willing to go o war to prevent German ag- ression against the Czechs. This disclosure was believed o have a direct connection with 'eports from Paris that Britain...

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

... Th ■LISP to attention the char- _ of any wtilcSi may 's publica- upon be- the publishers. PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS REPORTER—Fe*wes WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1938 US' i on Thursday by The Sweetwatw Rep Inc. Entered as second class matter at office In Sweetwater, Texas Feb. 9, George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubd An4 Jeuff f«M unto him, Receive thy tight; thy faith hath taped thee.—St. Luhe 18;42. Faith does nothing alone—nothing of itself, but everything under God, by God, through God.— Stoughton. LOCAL CONTESTS DETERMINE THE NATIONAL ISSUES All of this talk about the presidential party "purge" may be turning into something of a bore, but it ought to have ope useful by-product; it is emphasizing anew the importance of the various state elections. Although we do about as much talking about politics as any people alive, we Americans really • don't pay a great deal of attention to it. Our four- year presidential contests are gaudy three-ring cir- cuses, and so we give them a lot o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 September 1938

I JI. Is I" f It lr- It ~1 4 9 • j 9 I I f f _ i' • • 621 il9 n I • ( % % Sr" t '< v,.V , I f, SEPT. 14, 1938 • „•• ' IV — > V" •'•?'. ;yt • .• # SW££i WATER iU^Otti&t, SWEE'i'WATEIi, TEXAS Say! the music and entertainment at the tavern makes it the place to go! Harri- son's Texans are back again! . & THE fAVERN Across From Airport 5—'*—~- t 1 [ y Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Bon of Judge and Mrf. R C. Crane, 001 Bast Third St, Sweetwater f * • f 1 i WrJ*ggi£™ ^NWNttMEKH mKTV rvouuJcWl C0K16RATULMIQWS,)' -" AT S A HUAA-t>IM6ER. HAI P \ an^> ' By ROYSTON Fashion Flow America's Smartest Furniture Featuring "The Formal" 4-pc. birdseye maple and mahogany, vanity 56x54 plate glass mirror with glass shelves, swivel bench, large chest and pane! bed. Reg. 169.45 8129-50 Your opportunity to save on the season's smartest furniture. 'We furnish your home Better For Less" jjVELnng v FURNITURE M N. Side Square 1 g PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 September 1938

fSBk; SWEETWATER SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. tf, 19Mf •y • - i' • • jt " i • Separation Of Sudetens From Czechoslovakia tee New Teachers ■ Loraine Faculty " f LORAINE—With three new , faculty members, Truett Shults, football coach, Edward F. Brown, agriculture instructor jknd Mrs. L. G... Baker, third fcrade, the Loraine* schools op- ined this week. Jnitial enrollment was 345 with half that number being transported by buses. 1 (flODC o' DOy k RAYON \ * TAFFETA SLIPS * * IVVi SPECIALLY PRICED 59 AM Sizes ... Full Cut Pleated Bottom .... New Fall Shades . . . Buy Three or More . . . On Sale 3 Days Only Thurs., Fri., Sat. No Hint as to Her Intentions In Case of ^ar Pronouncement Bore Stamp of Premier Mussolini's Authorship ROME — (UP — Italy broke its rigid silence. on the Czech oslovakian crisis last night with an official pronouncement urg- ing the separation of Sudeten Germans from Czechoslovakia as the only means of avoiding war. The statement, made in the of- ficial lnforma...

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

• 1 t •! • f. W w- m m CHAMBERLAIN DEMANDS SHOWDOWN FROM HITLI World Waits For Results Of Meeting BERCHTESGADEN, Germany — (UP)—Neville Chamberlain, British prime minister, and Adolf Hitler bargained face to face in the Bavarian Alps today while ? worried world waited to hear whether the results would mean peace or war in Europe. The head of the British government and the leader of greater Germany met in the great hall of Hitler's retreat within an hour after Chamberlain's unpre- cedented 700-mile dash by air and train from London. Chamberlain came for a showdown on what must be of- fered Hitler to satisfy his de- mand for self determination by the Sudeten German minority in Czechoslovakia. It was impossible to know what went on at the momen- tous meeting, but in London dip- lomatic sources said that Cham- berlain would, in effect, ask Hit- ler point blank: Point Blank Question "Are you anxious for a mili- tary adventure or seriously an- xious to collaborate in working out a peace p...

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

i ■ 'A>'!■/.HM*§ te%&- Mill '• 'S '-'5 '• • <■- • : •• ;« ' '.- • ,;.t ...;'', . *Sf •: • •• "I i^s ,. ...v,r • SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, ftS* .ustangs Inaugurate Season With Fort Worth Friday Night Bitsy Grant Gets \ Win Over Quist In National Meet ■ i * Victor Gets Surprise Upset Over Australian, Four Women Are Left FOREST HILLS, N. Y. — (UP) — Bryan "Bitsy" Grant, hard luck kid of the 1938 ten- nis season, got a big smile at last from Dame Fortune yester- day, and he turned in a thun- dering upset victory over Ad- rian Quist of Australia in the fourth round of the National singles championships. Plagued by illness that caused poor showings in four succes- sive tournaments this summer, the little Georgia "giant killer" was so certain of being beaten by Quist, second seeded foreign star, that he had his trunk packed, ready to return to At- lanta last night. Instead, this southern Grant went out on the No. 3 court of the West Side club's st...

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

W$. Www; asSsiff? A- <" -Ti .. Siffi ■%&$ TOFf?4 I 1 Bill' •" 111 fe 1 P -./- 7. 5*1 THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1938 ( 25 SWEETWATER R^PpRTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS % VJ r ss " • i.i PACE- *■ ■■ —mmmbJB • t • I • 1 • I t 4 'I % % 1 • • • , . i • i • I .!• c t Ada School Opens New Term With Large Enrollment Five Young People Of Community to Attend Colleges By Mrs. E. O. Evans ADA — School opened Mon- day with a large- enrollment. Most of the patrons attended the opening exercises. Mrs. Em- mitt Glass is principal and Mrs. Mae Keith Reagan, assistant. FIVE FROM ADA TO ATTEND COLLEGES ADA—Five of the younger set of the community are attending college this year. They are Miss Frances English and Miss La- Rue Scott to Texas State College for Women, Denton; Merrell Hutchins and Miss Yvonne Hut- chins to Hardin-Simmons, Abi- lene; Miss Tillie Marie Rice, Port Arthur business college. "i—" mm HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS GO TO SWEETWATER ADA — High school students of the district are being trans- porte...

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

any may publica- n be- ers. Reporter's cheerfully corrected it to attention of the pu PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS REPORTER-Features THURSDAY, SEPT. 15, 1938 Publiahed each afternoon except also Sunday morning and Its weekly nuwu on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter, Inc. Entered as Becond class matter at post- q office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 0, 1920. George Bennitt and Russell Bennitt,- Pubs. |p '/ y® theit be risen with Christ, aeek those tilings which are above where Christ sitteth on the rev right hand of God.——Colos iatis 3;1. The name of Christ — the one great word — well worth all languages in earth or heaven.-:— Bailey. MEMO: ALL ARMIES CONSIST OF PERSONALITIES As the threat of war deepens in Europe, people nat- urally are trying to figure out which of the rival na- tions is likely to be the strongest in a knock-down and drag-out fight. The easiest way to do this is the obvious way— count noses among the opposing armies, and as- sume that the side with the most troops h...

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

$p '! > t m :'-\v 15j$S$ - :*g thursday, sept. is,' 19311 sweetwater reporter, sweetwater, texas • * Children Found To Be Safer In School Than In The le lid Is lei • • • • • • t • • • • • • • • • • • • • « • • • • • lit pr re 5 • • |r, 't is- I • • e- • • lc Ir Id lc lit lc ly rf 11 1' |i- • • • n • it 9 * • 4 • I 4 • • V • ft ft Cooperation In Prevention of Accidents Urged Dr. George Gray, Head Of County Committee, Outlines New Program As children troop back to school this week, weary mothers will have far greater cause for thankfulness than merely the cessation of back-yard fights and the constant turmoil of a group of children, for in their activi- ties from now until June, they will be safer by a wide margin than they are at home. This statement was prompted by statistics showing the large number of accidents that occur annually in the home, Dr. George A. Gray, county chair- man of the home accident pre- vention program, stated. The facts of home accidents seem shocking, when...

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

HfMP !■ "SW f-Tfiw HffiPssP'ii-- # swybirATQi iisMKtER, swEkrwAim TEXA§ ' TlhjHsbAY, SEPT. 15, 1998 to Cope th Problems vent of War Roosevelt Concerned Over Czech Situation; To Speak in Tennessee WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt arrived in Washington last night to be ready to cope at first hand with the problems which woui'l be thrust upon this nation should Europe go to war. The chief executive, frankly concerned over the swift-mov- ing drama in Europe, left Roch- ester, Miri'n., at 11 a. m. (CST) after bidding goodbye to his pon, James and thanking the people of Rochester for under- standing that "I have come here not as president but as a fath- er." Low Prices Affecting Farmers' Ability to Liquidate Their Debts •WASHINGTON —'(IP) —•Tile foreign diplomatic corps and high govern- ment officials were stirred profoundly today by British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's hold plan for averting a C?ech-German ex- plosion, hailing it as the first ray of hope in war-clouded uki...

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

m' • A • • /« • / • • • f • \ \ O ^ . . « t « t « • •f . i. I I • • | • tj • • € i « < • • 1 * P&. p'if si ~ ; ' >V:"> v$ffl. I Sfch. 15, 1938 "Just want to thank you for reminding lis of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! i ft fflPIK :# 6WWW";* ' ' • ; • - • - ?. ' SWEfcTWATEK ■" -v y i'kl iSfe''V.v. Wm$wm ' :S EE1WATEK, TEXAS PAGE Too! WASH TUBBS AND EAST By Sweetwater'i 0w Cartoon!** Hon of Jndg* and Mm R. C. Crane, 001 Eaat Third Bt, Sweetwater ''V e r y reason- able, too, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." "It's the 'spot' for us from now on." "Your Credit Is f-ood at Elrod's" 4 Pc. Bedroom Suite This suite hits a walnut finish, 4 drawer vanity, triple or round mirror, poster bed, chest and nice bench. Reg. price 39.30. All 4 £A This Pieces Week "We I'ui'iiisli your home better for less" N. Side Square Budget Your Tire Costs BUY A SET OF FOUR V. On Our Easy to Pay Plan li.ARTGK.WES BROS. Super Firestone Service 218 W. Bdwy. Ph. 52...

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

m s f. -jsj.; #:?apaK- .: -FpimHBg! vMl ••• * ■UV" fmi a®' SWBTWXIBf IVtlXTER. SWEETWATER, TEXAS TBDSSBAY, SEPT. IS. 19M arvest Of S taple In Capitota Community Nearly "urn Out rite Insects Sleeping Sickness rAmong Horses Found In Capitola Area B* Bernice McCain CAPITOLA — Cotton is mak- ing a fair yield in spite of the insect damage. Harvesting is nearing completion. A few cases of sleeping sick- ness among horses have been reported in the community. T. C. Scurlock of Alta Loma is visiting in. the home of his mother and other relatives. J. M. Scurlock, who is recov- ering from pneumonia, has been ill at the home of a sister, Mrs. J. R. Bryant of Sweetwater. Louise and Bertie June Mc- Cain and Annie Clair Kidd visit- ed Edith McCain Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Farr of Rob- stown, and the Toome family of Temple have moved to the com- munity to live. Millard Smith was a business visitor in Abilene Saturday. Those visiting in the C. E. McCain home Sunday evening were Mrs. Watson McCain and da...

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

m V . . • i C • * • i * . « * v • I' d. llffre Sweetwater's long sought school gymnasium almost be- came a reality today as Super- intendent Ross S. Covey receiv- ed a wire from Sen. Tom Con- nally telling him that the ap- plication of the board of educa- tion for a PWA grant of $19,800 had been approved. "This does not mean," said Mr. Covey, "that we are as- sured of the gymnasium. We must advertise for and let bids and these bids and contracts have to be approved by PWA officials. "In any event, if the gym- nasium is built the sponsor's part Is to be raised without a $19,800 Aid For High School Qymnasi kltrl icjlmio > ,.„!j *1- n *•__ * t- 1 tkn tim* ...Ill J? j a- « a J 1 1 7^ *_ 1 l . . bond issue," said Mr. Covey. To Raise 35 Per Cent The board of education will be required to raise 55 per cent of the amount, which is approxi- mately $25,000. Total cost of the proposed gymnasium will be about $45,000 Mr. Covey said. Plans and specifications for the structure have been dMfwn ...

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

Gridders ILENE — Coach Maurice Dtuof Moran is bringing a bunch of gridders from hackelford cqunty town rnish the Abilene Eagles i what has been scheduled as arm up skirmish here at S:45 this afternoon. The Moran lineup has nine Aarters from the list of last year's lettermen, but last year's Bulldogs were not too eventful in the district 11-B grid race. Coach Dewey Mayhew, start- ing his twelfth season as Eagle mentor sent his boys through jjght drill yesterday and issu- ed new uniforms after review- ing the team on various assign- ments and weighing in the squad. -AbHene is starting five letter- men—Roland McAdams, end; Charley. Jones, full; Dub Sibley, center; Clayton Leach and Ray- mond Chambers, guards. Ellis Jones, ietterman. will be on the Sidelines awaiting call for the middle of the line. Bill McClure, who does the team's punting and passing, • is to direct the club's activities from the tail- back post. Mako Advances To Semi-Finals FOREST HILLS, N. Y. —(UP) —Gene Mako, "ugly...

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

. v '■ ,• - -.'is- ' <7v-'Tyf ■c. .. ft • feMs3H0 r* ;■..■;* '*• J " , .W'"3S Pv - " Hpppnnn FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1938 fc-SPS-* v,3 • ' .'{:''' ■-■' .'/V? UWt$ 'I !#f' ' vf. «* ■<' S '■Stiilrn: ?irP ' SWEETWATER REPQJITEK, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■ ' ' .': .' 1 2 PAGE PRICES CRASH AT SUNBEAM! COME GET YOUR SHARE OF THESE RED-HOT BARGAINS! GROCERY PRICES IN EFFECT FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY AND MONDAY PINTO BEANS 10lbs c|*URBCANE 2Slb, 5 SUGAR—8«* 10 II). Paper Bag 45c 19 r • • • 1 • JELLO BOBS! All Flavors 1 Limit Flour SpecialsI ORANGE SLICE CANDY - ■ r DEL MQNTE PINEAPPLE JUICE 46 : 5 a Wilson's Advance yS&B&eici c SHORTENING %T I 8 75c 4 « . W I AIv Lindy FLOUR 24 II) Sack 59 IS II) Sack Gold Chain FLOUR 21 II) Sack 84 c 48 II) Sack White Crest FLOUR 21 lb. Sack 75c Butcher Knife FREE • ! • • f • O i • / CHOICE ({UAL mm STEAK 33c LCI STEAK 25c SEVEN STEAK ,,, 18c ITY BABY BEEF ClfifCiC ROAST 18c ROASTLoi" "r Swiss Lb. 25c RUMP ROAST u, 23c Choice Qualitv <« ,4 LEO 0? ...

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

1 ■- i'.; ^Wl Wobmm reflection upon the char-_ _ A ' _ standing or reputation of any L tam^or«,wis ?'?iua: editorial! ill he cheerfullv corrected uoon be- ip hi ainr ui x inr ncyunci a yuuutu* as will be cheerfully corrected upon be- brought to attention of the publishers PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER REPORTER—Features FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1938 Published each afternoon except Saturday. also Sunday morning and its weekly edition on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter, Inc. Entered as second class matter at post- office in Sweetwater, Texas; Feb. 9, 1920. George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. SWEETWATER, TEXAS For every houae ia builded by aome man; but "b that built all thinga ia God.—Hebretca 3;4. God is a circle whose renter is everywhere, and its circumference nowhere.—Empedocles. 'Still Trying to Get Somewhere. Buddy? . ■ ✓—>. ( , ; <r«£M \ DIDM' j •? ' ' > V ? * *A i COLLEGE FRESHMEN 11 GIVEN BUYER PROTECTION * The college Kates begin to creak open again, and • thousands of...

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

v-ft'-Si'l .. m "M ■ :'' '* FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 15. 1938 It's No Easy Job, This Clowning Business in the Big Time Circuses • # In the men's dressing room of the A1 G. Barnes and Sells- Floto combined circus there are all sorts among the 70 clowns . . . tall clowns, short clowns, midget clowns, fat clowns and lean clowns. Since this circus was augmented with the Ringiing Bros, and Barnum & Bailey stupendous new fea- tures continental clowns have been added to the roster. There are of course, all shades of temperament among them, too, but that's another story. The big circus, with its super feature, Gargantua the Great, the famous giant gorilla, will come to Sweetwater fairground park, Thursday, Sept. 22. Around its vast hippodrome track the clowns make trip af- ter trip over its course. The won- der is that any of the clowns can be fat, even stout. They walk, they trot, waddle and run at each performance, and, with two performances daily, some of the 70 funsters really knock off as...

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

■w mmm SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS fwpay, september 16, 1938 its Predict Next War To Be 'War Of Suprises' loover Pombing HANKOW, Friday — (UP) — The Chinese central news ag- ency reported from Chungking today that the foreign office had delivered to the United States consulate a check for $264 ,887.47 in compensation for damages to the U-. S. Dollar line steamer President Hoover Which was bombed by Chinese wftr planes off Shanghai in Aug USt, 1937. WORKMEN FIND OLI) GOLD PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, Wis.— (UP)—Workmen excavating the ruins of old Fort Crawford un- earthed a gold half-dollar of 1856 which bore the inscription "California Gold." The thin coin is less than half an inch in dia- meter. Three Spanish coins also were found on the site of the 120-year-old fort. They are dated 1781, 1784 and 1794 and bear the image of King Charles III. Hazing At England Proved By IP Court EASTLAND — Hazing is not outlawed. Although the practice is for- bidden in most state colleges, Eastland ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 September 1938

< fT Mil PiWm f I rf !. -lJ I! * • 0 ■ M Iffifttf,Wttih 16, loak «MBp SW££I WAi^K HEPOKTEii, iWfiEl WATEH, 1EXAS "Just want tff thank you for reminding-us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! 1 1th, Too! WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Boa of judge and Mr* S. C. Crane, 601 East Third St, Sweetwater V e r y reason- able, too, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." "It's (ho 'spot' from now on." for ns The. Best. Advice Ever Offered, if yon are looking for \ Entertainment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and Lolsa' Fun It's All at.— THE TAVERN Across From the Airport 1&0T A fEELIWS, HCUEV, THAT SUftFlM TfRRlPLE (6 r.Ecuv TO , HAVTlrN. / £«,' vtBR//'''. ■ PAGE SEVEN By ROYSTOfc CRANlS swsss —r VICTrt\wi6 COULD POSSWLV HA,?rEv!, S\NE6T, TO -SPOIL OUR HAPPIUESS. COtAE, 1 VOANT VOL) TO MEET SOK\E OF QUC GUESTS. t . ■ COUNTESS AW COUNT VON ) Itieiuen - ^tuwei 7 m VHEIUER SWrZEU. "Your Credit Is '-nod at Elrod's" 4 Pc. Bedroom Suite Th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 September 1938

ivide Has Record Enrollment In Vocational Agriculture SWEETWATER REPORTER. SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1938 MARKETS FORT WORTH — (UP) — Fort Worth livestock market: Hogs 800 steady. Top butch- ers 9.10. Bulk good butchers 8.75 to 9.10. Mixed grades 8 to 8.70. Packing sows 7 to 7.75. Cattle 2000; calves 1000 stea- dy. Steers 5 to 8.25. Yearlings 7.25 to 10. Fat cows 4.25 to 6. Cutters 3 to 4. Calves 4.25 to 8. Sheep 1200 steady. Spring lambs 6 to 6.75. Tomorrow's estimated re- ceipts: Cattle 400; calves 300; hogs 200; sheep 700. o An old sea captain, Esek Hop- kins of Providence, R. I., was appointed in November, 1175, to to be first "commander-in-chief of the fleet" by the Continental Congress. Congress intended tc give him the charge of a squad- ron. New AAA Aide Begins Duties Joe K. Taylor, appointed by state headquarters at College Station to succeed Homer Lem- berg as administrative assistant in charge of the AAA program in Nolan county assumed his du- ties here this...

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