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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

" ■■•■■■ -v.- ' ■ THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1030 ■ 'm m ■M SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS - ' M, I'M ' r> ■ PACE1 was proclaimed the most 1 tiful child in Sweetwater. Shirley Ann Whitaker, 3, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whitaker, is shown -holding a .'■ilver loving cup presented her by Rufe Davis, stage and movie player. Forty-three were entered Jn the contest.. Shirley Ann is wearing a I white satin evening gown trim- I med smartly with tiny bows of | brilliant red velvet, offsetting her doll-like face, baby blue eyes I and golden curls. I • f I . . ! I • l, <• • i: • • * t 1 • i « • • # • • i • I We Announce With Pride Remodeling and Rearranging Women's Ready-to-Wear, Millinery and Our Entire Shoe Department— Completely Modernized and Rearranged • New Women's Shoes • New Men's Shoes • New Millinery • New Ready-to-Wear Opening Ahoul January 25(h Russell'i s aaBtMBKUKBC-'.'ifc -J -v®: \ . X,.*. . ♦ Kil Kare Klub Is Guest At Meeting Blossoming potted plants dec- orated the...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

Inc. Entered as second class ma office in Sweetw£*er, Texas. Fel SWEETWATER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, JANUARY 12,1939 OlUCe III nwcciYY George Bennitt and Russell Bennjjtt, J % tter at port- 'ek 9, 1920. nnitt, Pub*. Let the enemy persecute my toul, and take it; him tread down my life upon the earth, and lay mine honour in the dust. Selah.—P alma 7;5. Persecution is not wrong because il is cruel, but cruel because i: is wrong.—Wluitlcy. m WEST TEXAS RAINS MARK WATER AND SOIL CONSERVATION WEEK Maybe one reason why West Texas has had so much rain this week is because it is the State Water and Soil Conservation Week. Nature is simply doing its best to furnish the water which is conserved by proper meth- ods of soil cultivation. Certainly there could be no finer coincidence than to. have record early January rains when the subject of water conservation is uppermost in the minds of farmers and ranchmen. Today, mora than any time in the history of agriculture the tendency is to save every drop of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

!>* rUMr? • • • • • • ) I • • • • • • * • • • • li n 9 |v- lic ky |lv J Jul |of I"1 he >-FiT^ST • ' I^P*If, '*i'}J>:Z ji' i.. ■ ■',' ' ;'£ ''.^.''Q.'^-•'-"•'■? J!>V/V'-'.' fff'': - i JH ' - •'. . THURSDAY, JANUARY H, 1939 WswSiPs? PWHi lill BIHB WSM m M -.■- BreJ ii to SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Official Nazi Foreign Office Organ Backs Claims Of ltd |,0 • • |ig lul lilt 1.1c- f 9 rs. f*y lay In. • • Vol* ICS • |w. '• • • • irs. ho, |ne Ire |er. at Jld, Iier lwo | • lmd (lie, t • > u •> ) • > ) t > t Germany Intends To Work Together With Mussolini Statement Breaks Long Aloofness On Duce's Dispute With France BERLIN — (UP) — An en- dorsement of Italy's Mediterran- ean claims by the German fore- ign office organ, diplomatic poli- tical information, was interpret- ed widely as meaning that Ger- many and Italy intend to work together to obtain concessions from the western powers. The foreign office organ's an- nouncement, coinciding with British Prime ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

m ^ iiK§ -J-". ■ 'm- . m£ Wm. > • * • I • • • i • • thursday, january 12,1939 sweetwater reporter, sweetwater, texas P"3P?;7;fi we e ,.., .. for building new homes ana juOflernhMng through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. In 1911, Colonel "Buffalo" Jones visited Africa and captur- ed a rhinoceros, a giraffe, a lion, a zebra, a cheetah, a wait hog, and many other animals, using only common lasso ropes and cow ponies. WASH TUBAS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Only Neatly Repaired Shoe* Please those who are Carefn' of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot# BKANTLKV'H SHOE HflOl DR. ALICE K. WILMOT Chiropractor Vapor Bath, Massage, Diet and Electro-fherapy. One spinal adjustment FREE. 907 Elm — Phone 519 fsyauriesi PROTECTION - ton Williams General Insurance Aiilo Loans Registered Optometrist* " Expert examlna "* tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS DUUP \N«\LE WOADIW PLAV4E...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 January 1939

m Growth Gty Brings litional Cash BalMing. OrMna!!y To Coat $75,000, Will Be Breeted For $130,000 - •' -.:u • ! .;W4 '- MM If!*** '■Ay:') ODESSA — Bids on the $130,- 000 Odessa postoffice are to be jtaken in Washington Jan. 20. f White stone is scheduled to be used, according to original plans. Rapid growth in the city's population increased the appro- priation from $75,000 to $130, 000. Inland Waterway Importance Told CHICAGO — (UP) — Great Lakes interests today were war- ned that the United States face disaster in the event of war ptett transportation facilities Br the inland waterways are developed and maintained. Tao Late To Classify Lost: Ladies' onyx dinner ring with diamond. Finder bring to Reporter office. Pledger Farmer Remodels Home PLEDGER — Completing a remodeling program at their farm home this week, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Burk have redeco- rated and repaired all the rooms to their home. A hot water heat- er has been installed, a bath add- ed and new furnishings placed in ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

^•< V'"' fivyM ri >.* € ♦ v. 1 i -if f, (j Mi ★ ★★★★★ flrarfl ★ ★★★★★ m Doc Barker Shot As 5 Try To Flee Alcatraz Pair Sawed Way Out Of Prison Cells Dale Stamphill, Kidnaper, Is Also Wounded; All Five Are Soon Recaptured SAN FRANCISCO — (UP) — Five convicts, including Arthur (Doc) Barker, member of the once notorious Karps-Barker gang, made a desperate attempt to escape from Alcatraz prison, but they were captured after guards opened, fire and wound- ed two of them. Barker was wounded serious- ly- Warden James A. Johnston identified the five as follows: Barker, serving a life sen- tence for kidnaping; Dale Stamphill, serving life for kidnaping; Rufus McCain, serving 99 years for national bank robbery and kdnaping; Henry Young, serving 20 years for robbing a national bank; . William Martin, a negro, serv- ing 35 years for armed robbery of a postoffice. Warden Johnston said that Barker and Stamphill had been wounded. Barker was hit in the left leg and head. Stamphill was shot in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

OF THE PROGRAM AT ROME Hips Qatstaatfiif for fast starting in freezing weather is high test gasoline. And outstanding among high test gasolines is Phillips 66 Poly Gas. Economi- cal, too. Costs nothing extra ... because Phillips is the WORLD'S LARGEST PRO- DUCER of natural high test gasoline. A Pro-French demonstrations like the above in 'Jibuti, French conversations at Konie between Mussolini and Peace-seeker Homulilnnri, bear indirectly on Neville Chamberlain. White and glistening in the African sunlight lies the rich French-owned port prominent in Itulian clamoring for colonial territory now owned by France. of 'Jibuti, 13th Child Reaches 101st Birthday On Friday 13; Had 13 Brothers NEWARK, N. J. — (UP) — Countess Virglnie De Launej, a frail little French teacher, who was the 13th child in her fam- ily and had 13 brothers, reach- ed her 101st birthday today — Friday the 13th. She lives with a canary for company in a small apartment. She said that she was not su- perstitious and d...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

HiPSSHBHP |h - - , ■ m". ■ 7 * m:: *"■"■?- -■'■•• "/-" o o %) V 6 •) 4) I • «i> © 0 | • < • • « • i • I I % « I F .. gST ^'•'t ^P>;^ :'7 £ TODAY, JANUARY 13, 1939 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 64 Size Seedless Pink GRAPEFRUIT 6 for. Fruit and Vegetable SaleS Two Truckloads of Fresh Produce Rushed to Our Store Straight From the Valley for This Big Sale. Fresh Crisp 2-c •nm PAGE Merchandise That Will Tempt You... Amaz- SP£NACH ingly Low Prices to Thrill You! CAULIFLOWER Snowhite lb. . V/ic Marsh Seedless GRAPE- FRUIT - b, Any Size To Select From 88 0 Texas Tree Ripened ORANGES - BEANS Florida Green Lb IOC Bu. 1.39 NEW POTATOES r,":-h Wit Medium Large r—. pa Arizona Iceberg 75c LETTUCE Doz. 15c Doz. 25C 2 ■Bu. Head 4 ENGLISH PEAS Fancy Winesap APPLES Nice School n--. Size DOZ. 25c APPLES Jr.h"." 19c ORANGES ;;r T 25c LEiONS ^Sunkist 19c ES8 PLAWf 96 Size Marsh Seedless Doz. 1 lc Grapefruit Full Pod lb. . 9c Medium Size Lb 5c ^ —J Golden Colored 15c Tangerines Dozen OR...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

any maj publics eriuuy corrected upon be- ttention of the publishers. PAGE FOUR num -n m. - - ™ m pf * ?• REPORTER—Features SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1939 Published each' *ft«Wioo* l also Sunday morning and it_ on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter, Inc. Entered as second class matter at post- office In Rweetwrter, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920. George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. tretpas* money and tin money was not into the house of the Lord} it teat the fa' 11 King 12,16. Money is a bottomless sea, in which honor, conscience and truth may be «5rowncil.—Koz- l y. iff TEXAS REPRESENTATIVES MOVE ON RATE ISSUE If the actions of the Texas house of representatives in demanding from Congress that the Interstate Com- merce Commission provide a fair system of freight t rates for the Southwest, is an indication of their future * deliberations the present session is going to be fruit- ful. Clarion cry on the matter of high freight rates af- ' fecting Texas and other Southwestern s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

wt V.:? to I wsKm- %-?W Jmm ■■WffcW' V' 'fe sPRil Pw Jffi9 m&0,r. ' pilpss • mlDAY, JANUARY 13, 1939 i re- Ik pa lie |u- ler Int. lll- icoe lual |the is I a re 1 W. G. |rhe T. I w. Dr. less- llivi- 1 to ■ear • • • • • • • • • • • * t • • • • t • • • • • • 1 • > • •I • * • 9 • O • •"> • • • I • * t • • • • t « « t Now Is The Time To Plant Roses, Grower Advises Flowers Thrive In City; Gardens Should Have Protection From Winds BY RITA WEAVER Amateur Ronu Grower What is more beautiful than the first rose of spring? To lovers of gardens, whose first impulse in the spring is to dig fresh turned soil, the rose probably holds a warmer place in their hearts than does any other garden flower. Culte vated as long as any ornamental plant, roses have figured in the literature of all nations. Delicate in fragrance and .perfect in beau- ty, roses grow to bless the poor and rich alike. It is rose planting time in West Texas. In these parts where moisture- is limited and late freezes take ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

mm "■W WM- Sweetwater reporter, Sweetwater, texas FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1939 Tommy Farr Favored For First Time In U. S. Fight WU1 Burman |t's Sink or Swim For ftanmy Who Hasn't Won A Battle In America NEW YORK — (UP) — Tom- Hay Farr of Wales is a 12-5 fav- orite to achieve his first Ameri- can victory tonight when he inlets Clarence "Red" Burman Of Baltimore, Jack Dempsey'.s protege, in the feature 10-round bout of an all-heavyweight card 9t Madison Square Garden. It is a sink-or swim battle for the tough Welshman who has been defeated four straight times in the United States. Another lots and he will be on his way ^ack to the Tonypandy coal mines. Burman promises to provide this 5th defeat, despite betting Odds. In fact, he promises to knock out Farr, a feat which Joe Louis, Jim Braddock, Maxie Baer and Lou Nova could not accomplish. Burman, a body- punching specialist, says he will concentrate on Tommy's mid- riff instead of wasting blows on his granite chin. Plenty of money is bein...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

SSSs5 Si r/\ € FRIDAY, JANUARV 13, 103?* K|4i'S^?: SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE t) •) Fcd« J?uif Dope, Get Baking Soda DALLAS —Narcotic ipeddlers, since federal, state and city agents started on their trail, have been selling baking soda to government informers at high prices, local police reluctantly ad- mitted. Agents testified before U. S. Commissioner John Davis that, they had a hard time geting evi- dence on three suspects. Sodium bicarbonate looks like heroin, which usually retails for $250 an ounce. For building new homos and modei-iii/.iiig through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. Sec; A. Ij. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 271)1. Only Neatly Repaired Hhoet Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot/ BRANTLEY's 8HOK WHO? PROTECTION Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans Martin Dies Voted Americanism Award NEW YORK — (UP) — The Constitutional Educational Lea- gue, Inc., announced that its "Americanism...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 January 1939

;iR«S <i MsM' 1' MSI t-r. " A LUCKY THING FRIDAY THE 13TH LAST ONLY TWENTY-FOUR HOURS! By IiAHOMA DICKSON Superstitious people will pro- bably stay at home today for at dawn this morning a dreaded day—Friday the 13th — crept upon Sweetwater. But Friday the 13th didn't catch too many unaware. Sweetwater's building pro- gram, the pride and joy of civic leaders, may prove to be the downfall of local residents who taunt superstition and walk un- der ladders—especially those .loaded with open cans of paint. f When Casper Milquetoast's counterpart sat down to break- fast this morning, he probably placed his chair in a corner so "nothing could stand behind" him. And when he started to salt the eggs, he flipped salt grains over his left shoulder— but without looking for a single glance backward would break the charm. Surely the worst calamity that could befall anyone would be for a black cat to walk across the road in front of him. Driv- ers may be expected to per- form peculiar antics, ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 January 1939

■ , . g • I* • it !! • j • 11 • i t t • • 4 • * 1 t • t f| • • Df • « # I • .s. } • if # • j • f 9 ♦ p V • I I K • ! I • ! R -x. 'wUJ w§. *9nmH ^3*5 rag* NOT GUILTY IN SWEETWATER COU Arrest May Solve Series Of Auto Thefts Sheriff Says Boy Confesses Wave Of Crime Two Filling Station Incidents Allegedly Are Admitted By Youth, 19 A 19-year-old Sweetwater boy was in the Nolan county jail today, a trifle bewildered him- self, as authorities sought to piece together a story of a series of wild rides around the county in which, authorities say, he confessed he stole a half dozen automobiles, one of them twice. The youth, Edwin Green, was arrested late Friday by Sheriff ;Tom Wade after his officers patched together a trail that zig-zagged back end forth and covered more than 200 miles. Starting Monday of last week with the theft of a car from in front of the Gilbert apartments, the boy, in written statements, revealed how he not only took the six cars but twice entered filling stations, ord...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 January 1939

- tVEETVATKR MMSftt, SWfeRVAin TEXAS • \«W®AY, JANUARY 15, 1W9 Ticket Sales Underway During Week in to go en sale •k for the President's Ball., sponsored by the and Professional Wo- club, Jan. 30. dance and entertainment Will be held on the Blue Bon net roof, Miss Edith Bradford, praddeut, has announced. & Fifty per cent of the funds are to remain with Chairman James N. Dulaney, the other fifty p4r cent going to the National Foundation for Infan- tile Paralysis. Money, to be held in trust to be used wholly for children suffering p o 1 iomyelitis, will combat and give immediate at- tention to sufferers in each county. Roseoe Schools Open On Jan. 17 ROSCOE — Roseoe schools will not dismiss January 17 for the inauguration of Governor Elect W. Lee O'Danlel, Supt. I. R. Huchlngson announced. A majority of superintendents, meeting Recently, voted to per- mit high school students to at- tend the inaugural ceremonies and planned to grant a holiday. o Nearly 500,000 weddings take place i...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 January 1939

■vm VM D fi • SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 193* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Virginia Murray To Wed O. O. Lewis Of Baytown Announcement of the ap- proaching marriage of Miss Virginia Murray, instructor of home economics in the Newman high school for the last two years, to O. O. Lewis of Bay- town was made Saturday in Lubbock when her mother, Mrs. W. G. Murray, and two sisters, Mrs. Sims O'Neal, Lubbock and Mr*. TV'vlo Coe of Goose Creek, entertained Sweetwater and Lubbock friends with a one o'clock luncheon at the home of Mrs. P. R. Friend. The wedding is to be solemn- ized Wednesday morning, Jan- uary 25, at '.) o'clock at the home of the bride-to-be's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Mur- ray, in Lubbock. The couple will live in Baytown or Goose Creek, where he is a chemist for an oil company. Those from Sweetwater at- tending the announcement lun- cheon Saturday were Mrs. S. V. Mudge, Mrs. Phil Sparkman, Mrs. Laurance Priddy, Mrs. Southern Shultz, Bernice Her- ring, and Misses Laur...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 January 1939

X REPORTER—Features IllffilSrsSS • BUI in awe, and sin not; commune with your K heart upon your bed, and be still. Selah.— 4;4. Certain thoughts are prayers. There are mo- ments when, whatever be the attitude of the body, the soul is on its knees.—Vielnr IIujjo. NEED FOR OLD-FASHIONED IDEALS EVER IMMINENT There is a need for us in this country to return to some of our old-fashioned ideals which docs not nec- essarily mean that we will discard the progress that has been won through man's ingenuity and desire to bet- ter his conditioji of living. Old fashioned ideals are those which sustain character and help in making the world a better place to live in. The tendency ever since the World War lias been to lay emphasis 011 our ma- terial needs and it seems that after all these years that this has not given us as stable a form of society as we should have. The other day a magazine came to our atten- tion which was so shocking in its content that it made us realize how far some have fall...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 January 1939

HHI i !i® US t 9 WmiM. ■ *r$h" ,w> ^ w-f:: '■ r^Mpsasi'«..- i -.vi ' :~f -Sfmi" '$?■ ^ '.<H 0% ■' ■•s f ffw^l |MU|||||||^0' — • SUNDAY, JANUARY 15, 1939 |§if i ':W SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY SPECIALS SCRAMBLED WORD CONTEST If P s I1 Is r In |( In |)- al In I re [i- ln to • • • • t • t • • it • t FIRST PRIZE $9.00 Mm CASH SECOND l'RIZE 2 FREE THEATRE TICKETS 2 CONTEST DIRECTIONS In (lie Monday Special advertisements on this page are a number of serunihled words. You are to find (lie scrambled words and unscram- ble (hem (o (heir correct spelling. It, is simple and entertaining find yet remunerative. The person finding (lie largest number of scrambled words, according to the master sheet at the Sweetwater Reporter, and presenting the list with a sales slip showing purchase of a Mon- day Special before 7 p. in. Monday at the Re- porter office will receive a cash prize of $2.30. The person finding the second largest list and complying with all the rules pertaini...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 January 1939

•• ' ■ ins? sweetwater REPORTn, sweetwater, texas C- ajfri rm'fW fS|lv? Sunday, January is, mm tang Cagers Drop 30-24 Decision(To Bobcat Quintet tome Floor WeU Played Su Angelo Leads All W y But Ponies Put Up Hard Battle Paced by - Carley, a sharp- shooting guard who slammed 17 points through the mesh to cap high scoring honors, the Robcat five from San Angelo high school clawed the Mus- tang cagers for a 30 to 24 win in a well played game at junior high gymnasium Friday night. !'ls Leading all the way, the Bob- i jcats from Tom Green county *lN^ed up a 15 to 8 score in the first quarter and were on the long end of a 21 to 14 count at half-time. Starting the second half a fresh team came into the game for San Angelo but, when the Pony quint pulled to Within one point of the visitors' lead, the Bobcat regulars went back into the contest to finish the game. It was the second loss in three starts for the Mustangs, the Sweetwater hoopsters having dropped a game to Colorado high school a...

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