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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 January 1939

V W TUESDAY, JANUARY 17, 198$ •' * IH' % * ; \ * SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS We have in Sweetwater and vicinity a few piano's, small uprights new style consolettes and grands: repossession from customers and close outs from dealers. To save re-distribu- tion expense, these pianos will be sold at sacrifice pric- es. Responsible parties may make their own terms. ADDRESS: W. E. ALLEN Blue Bonnet Hotel Sweetwater, Texas t ♦ DR. ALICE E. WILMOT Chiropractor Vapor Bath, Massage, Diet and Electro-Therapy. One spinal adjustment FREE. 007 Elm — Phone 519 For building new homes and modernizing - through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE BHOF , I Is i/our Aesl PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 ' 1 <9 Loans-Rentals Insurance Real Estate McCALL And LOW ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 January 1939

a Sl ■ Wmm iKj &KV. Prices For noon, Wc Thursday After- Bit-O-Honey CANDY BARS 5c Bars 5c -to Kelloggs PEP 12c pkg Qc Valley Rose Grapefruit JUICE Wic 12 oz. bottle Tall Can Del Monte Apricots Pears Peaches Pine Grove Blackberries Pride of Illinois, Country Gentleman _ Corn • • • I2\c No. 2 Can l©c NO. 2 CANS Libby's Queen OLIVES ,o, 4'A Oz. Stuffed All A >n Pure Cane vUtlHIl 10 lb. paper bag . AjV TllllA California Salad B UllA 2 15c cans OUVES 25c SYRUP Libby's Ripe OLIVES 5 oz. can. Sultana Pressed FIGS 10c 8 oz. pkg. ^BAKERY Cinnamon Rolls 42c 25c 49c Ma Brown Pure Strawberry 10c PRESERVES <.<* . , 39c Del Monte 5c PINEAPPLE BARS ; , 15c ^I Upside Down mgg 15® Cakes each doz. Made to melt in your mouth-chuck full 1 8 inch layer white cake topped with Pineapple, Apricots, Cherries and Pe- cans. of raisins and icing and sweet icing. Devil's Food Cakes Osgood each 20« Pies each 19® Round or ■QOOD QUALITY BEEF Pork SWISS STEAK 19C SAUSAGECoun rv Style lb. LOIN STEAK „ 1...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 January 1939

€> O s O k * * i * i J • ( ii. |0 n- re k- 50 a id as le ie of 6- ' f % I '/ J i . #- O 73 TRANSACTION T AU Salazar Veniremen Must Report For Duty Jan. 23 Want To Shovel Off To Buffalo? If seeing Is believing, City Hall workers ha«l to do some fancy tunneling to get home after a Buffalo blizzard. Here's one slant on wintry Buffalo's January storm. FDR May Call International Cotton Parley WASHINGTON — (UP) — Secretary of Agriculture Henry Wallace after a con- ference with President Roosevelt disclosed today that the president is con- sidering culling an internat- ional cotton conference. Knew Too Much, Newsman Ousted By Mexico Says BROWNSVILLE — (UP) — Frank L. Kluckhohn, New York Timc-s correspondent, blamed his expulsion from Mexico to- day on his dispatches "about Mexican political deals with Germany." He said he would continue to write about Mexican politics but on United States soil. The Mexican government, he said, has been reprimanding all U. S. correspondents for writing p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 January 1939

If# ' A« >*'■ inn hii iihr-i inr'ii ■ in in ' mtatives fest Texas Through A Blazing Hoop On Skis Sweetwater Field Called Ideal For Organized Play, b Already Lighted Baseball fans interested in entering Sweetwater in the West Texas-New Mexico class D baseball league will meet to- morrow night at the American Legion rooms in the city hall at 7.30 p.m. to discuss plans for any possible action. Attending the meeting will be Joe Tate and Neal Rabe, mana- gers in the league, employed during the winter months by the national association of min- or baseball leagues in a cam- paign to expand the two year old circuit into an eight team league. They have also made ov- ertures to Abilene. It has been estimated that it will take in the vicinity of §2,500 to properly finance a baseball club in the league, S500 of which is a deposit to the league which will be returned upon comple- tion of the regular playing sche- dule. Both Tate and Rabe have ex- pressed 'their opinion that the Sweetwater bas...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 January 1939

^ .. / ■ REPORTER, TEXAS mm * • i " •• ~ ^ • ' -••• • • , ■"■ . ' ■ • "■■■*: Men Qet Major Posts In District Scout Cow Paxton Reelected President; Legg Is Finance Head R. M. Simmons Renamed Treasurer; Rosebrough Covey, Ferguson Honored BY RUSSELL BEN N ITT Sweetwater again heads into the new year assuming a role of leadership in the Buffalo Trail Council Boy Scouts of An.eri- ca. At the annual meeting and scouters convention in Big Spring Tuesday. men of this community played an important part in shaping and preparing to carry on the .program of work for 1939. Charles E. Paxton was re- elected to the office of coun- cil president and R. M. Sim- mons is again treasurer of the council. Aubrey Legg was cho- sen to fill the position of fi- nance chairman; Dr. C. A. Rose- brough heads the Health and Safety committee: Ross Covey, Educational Publicity; J. A. Ferguson* Sea Scouting; Mayor B. N. Roberts is chairman of the Sweetwater district. Sweetwater Wins Prize Climaxing an afternoon de-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 January 1939

mm*-* PAGE FOUR ' WW A w 'W ■ w • 9WEETWATEH, fEXAS, k £ j Wednesday, jan. 10, 19s9 therefore $haU confett me before tetti I con feu alto before my father it te heaven.—Matthew 10;32. |g not oar wrong actions which it requires to confess, so much as those which are and foolish.—Rousseau. WHO ARE THE MASSES? INTERESTING QUESTION. TOO Who are the masses? That would seem to be an interesting question. It is a word that you see used so often but seldom, if ever, defined. It is the favorite word of many a politician or office-holder. No one stops to ask the user of the word just who is meant. Are you one of the masses because of the kind of clothes you wear, the work you do, where you live or how you cut your hair? Or does it depend upon the amount of money you have in the bank, your income tax or lack of it or how you walk-' It would be very interesting for someone whoo uses the word to really say what he means instead of leaving you to guess about it. Masses is an overworked word of do...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 January 1939

jPjRiP^ 'V ' *.'■.' . ■I^K^ mW ?i'-^S!8! WfcD?teSDAY,JAN. lfc, 1939? SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS _Effl SPi *S8r ^p5« Dpi ,(i Optometrist* Expert examina- tion, lensea. repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS P ALICE E. W1LMOT, B.S. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Phyiriotheraphy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nui-h- ing. Technician in colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the Nick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 51!) For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. i Only Neatly Repaired 8hoe Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE BHOl Is //our Aesf PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 Loans-Rentals Insurance Real Estate McCALL And LOW Aycock Bldg. Ph. 99'< SHIRTS If fine quality shirts are the kind you prefer . . . Here they are! $175 MAN SHOP Whitten and Simmons Do...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 January 1939

o Propose t Hits sing Tax Unfair Levy HjNHgt p '• • State Wages. Securities Would Be Included Under Plan, Roosevelt Says WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt said today that he will send a special mes- sage to congress tomorrow pro- posing future reciprocal taxation of state, municipal and federal salaries and bonds. At the same time he con- demned processing taxes as eco- nomic depressants which, he said, fall into the general class of taxes on consumers. Secre- tary of Agriculture Henry A. Wallace is advocating enactment of processing levies to finance future parity payment programs under the farm control act al- though the supreme court in- validated them in 1935 when it held the agricultural adjustment act unconstitutional. Mr. Roosevelt said that his mm Knagguif'.':* PssSBEwsjl Too Late To Classify For sale: 220 ewes, about a sec- tion of land, 70 acres in cul- tivation, across railroad from airport, Dial 6G5. message will be predicated on the New York Port authority case in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

I® <i ,r;. n TO FORTIFY Texas Mutual Assessment Insurance Firms Face Sift 1 * }• 5 )) • D | * ■> o p 111 pe |)c lie Irt a- gs >0. 50 bs d M); ed or ut i i'J Mann Says State Will Not Bother Reliable Firms i : j; Former G-Man Will Lead Investigation; Insurance Department To Cooperate AUSTIN — (UP) — Former G-man D. Burle Daviss, head of the bureau of evidence of the attorney general's department, wiil make a thorough investiga- tion of operations of mutual as- sessment insurance companies, Attorney General Gerald Mann announced today. There are approximately 3!) state-wide mutual assessment companies in Texas and 250 or more local mutual assessment companies. Mann said that many of them are reliable and will not be bothered. The inquiry will be carried on jointly by the insur- ance division and the bureau of evidence in Mann's department. Wm. J. Sanning heads the in- surance division. Mann said that criminal action against responsible officers will be taken if found necessary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

or Virginia Murray ively appoint*) .teste* for Vir- hride-elect of 0. >wn, dotted the f * Tuesday and Murray, who has been gnomics instructor at high school for the last is leaving Friday for in Lubbock where she be married next Wednes- morning. The announce- ment luncheon was Saturday in k with 10 Sweetwater and matrons present. «t Simmons Home Tuesday afternoon Bettie Sim- ons and Mrs. Phil Sparkman ^entertained with a bridge party ynd gift shower at the Simmons home. A bridal theme of white predominated in appointments and prize wrappings. White car- nations were floral decorations. Mrs. A. A. Autrey won high score award in contract games, and Miss Murray was presented 'with eight crystal sherbets in her chosen pattern. A snower of gifts was brought into the living room in a red wagon drawn by Robert Simmons Wil- liams, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Williams. Individual white bridal cakes filled with custard were served with coffee to 18 guests; Misses Murray, Laura Sherid...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

mm' rp Refiners, IHC • Plays Athletics First Contest Will Get Underway at 7:30 p. m., 4 Second An Hour Later Two fast games are on the card tonight at junior high gym- nasium when the Gulf Oilers, runnersup in the men's loop last • year, tangle with the P'aculty' Five, newly - organized cage squad of former college stars, at. 7:30 and the Athletic Club meets the International Harves- ter's quint at 8:30. This will be the second batch of games play- js ed in this year's city re-creation league. Bob Anthony, former All-Tex- Ias Conference guard, and Ossie #Witt and Jim Tyndalf, two vet- erans of Gulf quints, will lead the Oilers' attack, while Laur- ance Prickly, former Texas Tech captain, Doc Autrey, ex-Trinity college eager, and Jack Rolen, Two Ton Tony, Orange, N. J. Bowl, Is 2-1 Favorite In Brescia Battle NEWARK, N. J." — (UP)— Tony Galento, the original "Orange, N. J., .bowl", is a 2-1 favorite to beat Jorge Brescia, Argentine heavyweight, in their 10-round bout at the armory to-...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

(UP) — The commenting edi- iv. W. Lee O'Dan- to the state legis- sday, said that the tax program might be stupendous ever pro- fcxas. said in part: issomewhat difficult, ev- er careful reading of aor Lee O'Daniel's pen- ge, to determine ex- what the chief executive proposes i . . . "Mr. O'Daniel estimates that the transaction tax will raise $45,000,000 annually. But others believe the total may be as high as $70,000,000 to $75,000,000. m "If the latter totals are cor- rect, is is one of the most stu- pendous tax measures propos- ed in this state. It will mean a complete change in methods of financing the state government, a complete overhauling of the tax collections machinery, and probably sweeping changes in state bookkecDjrfg methods. "The possible effects upon business and the consumer are so staggering as. to demand the most careful inquiry .... it appears also that the transac- tion tax would * amount to a gross income tax upon every business in the state . , . these questions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

TORE >VAL The Leader Store Is Moving To New Location, For 11 years we have had the pleasure of serving: the buying public of Sweet- —- water and vicinity at 317 Oak St. About March 1 we will move Into the building formerly occupied by the United Dry Goods Store at 217 Oak St. And we are using this means of show- appreciation for the business you have given us. is advanced our store from a small business to he public buying institution it is today. Our stuck large for the new bulding at 217 Oak . so we are going to give you one of the year's greatest selling events. Prices that will really save you money. Our $35,000 stock will go on the bargain block. Next Friday, Jan. 20th at 9 o'clock. S. D. SAIEI). OPENING MORNING SPECIAL 36 INCH PRINTS Will Go On Sale For One Hour Hero is a value unsurpassed. Iteautl- i'ul fast colors, splendid quality in all the season's popular patterns and col- ors. lie sure and l>e here <.t ! a. in. for this l)in bargain. (Limit K) y«ls.) 25C^ ' m \...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

i ■■■ -Ji i id bond*, m bound $uff*r mdvertity, a* t alio in the body.-—Hebrew* 13;3. virtue at the law, and none bat ty- b Ik cruelly.—Shakespeare. YOUR POLL TAX YOU CAN VOTE THIS YEAR Although this is not a statewide election year you should pay your poll tax now. There is one very im- portant issue likely to be voted upon and you will want to be qualified. That is a taxing program which the legislature may propose in the form of a constitutional amendment. The ground for this procedure was laid when Governor W. Lee O'Daniel proposed a transaction tax of 1.6% as the means of raising pension funds. It is early to make much comment on this tax. The legislature must frame the law and the way it is written will largely determine public reaction. At the moment the transaction tax proposal is much in the nebulous stage. But there is sufficient reason to believe that it is a question the voters of the state will be called upon to pass judgment on. It is too bad no more time is permitted ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

W-«8 •V MR. Itf^lW* sflp SWEETWATW RKPORTM, 8WEETWATEB, TEXAB FM a5w5* r^^ tlon, leiuMn repaired or duplicated. #, P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJOR* ALICE K. WILMOT, B.8. Phc. Graduate In CHIROPRACTIC Pliyslotheraphy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Tccliuicran in colon Irri- gation and X-Iiay. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 510 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoe* Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boote BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP ton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 Loans-Rentals Insurance Real Estate McCALL And LOW Aycock Bldg. Ph. 99V SUIT SAVINGS $24.50 Two Pants Forget about the ordinary suit values you see at this price. $30.00 Values MAN SHOP Whitten and Simmons Doscher Bldg. HIGHEST QUALITY CLEANING Dresses, Cleaned ana Pressed.... Hats, Cleaned jitkm and Blocked . ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 January 1939

mmtitkssaim 1 • i i I JP More Expected Short Time ■; Comity Agent Says Cost * Of Administration Less m Than Two Percent '■£ 1 ROBY — According to T. H. Roensch, county agent of Fish- er county, 1938 conservation checks totaling $75,165.50 were 'received today by A. H. Jeffer- ies, secretary-treasurer of the Fisher County Agricultural Con- servation association. Cards are being mailed to individuals ■whose checks are here, and when others arrive the same procedure will be followed. This is the start of 8475,000 in payments to be made to farm- ers in Fisher county for partic- ipating in the 1938 Soil Conser- vation program. Only five farm- ers out of 2001 farm units fail- ed to comply with the provi- sions of the program. Expense of handling the pro- gram in the county, as figured by the state office, was 1.8 per cent. This figure was raised to 2 per cent to take care of any miscalculations by the state of- fice. M," mm iliMiiifimrr'- eceive $!<&! . ' laii ' ,1-j '■?' . i;r .v:...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

mi :>i: Kr$& w" I • I I I# i > • | I t i ■* * 1 • 7s H^gSafMf REICHSBANKHE M w m ^ ^ " « « « « « H ^ ^ W T "T T T T Jobless Goldsmith Man Murders T<wo, Ends Own Life Coroner's Report Blames Killings On Jealous Rage Welder and Waitress Are Shot As Three People Sat Down To Dinner ODESSA — (UP) — Paul V. Bruner, a former oil company employe, shot and killed Jay Melton, a welder, and Mrs. Peg- gy Gladeheart, an unemployed waitress, and then killed him- self last night. A coroner's verdict of murder and suicide was returned at Goldsmith, an oil boom town 18 miles northwest of Odessa where the shooting occurred. Witnesses said that Bruner was jealous of attentions shown Mrs. Gladeheart by Melton and H. B. Overholtz, who was vis- iting at the Melton home. The killing occurred as the group was sitting down to the even- ing meal. o Suspec Coast Kidnap ict Faces Grand Jury Sift ENTERPRISE. Ore. — (UP) —Hudson Dodd White, 25-year- old federal employe arrested here for kidnaping an...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

BiH fe'k- ■ .. :" Ji." &-■!'. ImM FRIDAY, JANUABY 20, CONSUMERS PUNIC Wl 6ALENT0 KAYOES BRESCIA M FUST ROUND OF BATTLE N. J. - (UP) Henry Lewis, a modest, ken negro fighter, pre- he will out-point Cham Joe Louis for the heavy- title at Madison Square Jan. 25. As Lewis sat on the rubbing in his dressing room, he >"I suppose I should tell fellows that I am going to ok Joe out. I suppose I should even call the round. But I don't do that, because I'm not going into the Garden to knock lim out." The king of the light heavies | explained that this will be his 100th professional battle and [that in his previous 99 trips ( through the ropes he never plan- ned to kayo any opponent, al- I though he did register 48 knock- I outs. "I always go in with the in- I tention of outpointing my man," he continued. "But if a knock- out opportunity presents itself, naturally I take advantage of it. I'm positive I can outpoint Louis. I know I'm a better box er than he is. I've had more ex- perience...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

Sk3' f I | i \ f i! h * FRIDAY, JANUARY 2ft, 1939 9> z o < > * • ;— • ' -\'s SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS mil ii ii hi mi mi ■ ' r .*" ■ ;'!■[ ■l^|£yK|j2y£iff >-530 ♦ Wmm mm mm ■r — — — PAGE mm . L ' ' - Our employees wanted to show their appreciation for your splendid patronage ... and this store-wide sale was born. They selected your fa- vorite foods to be the featured items and these have been priced special- ly low so that your savings will be tangible proof of their friendly ap- preciation. Grocery Prices In Effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday and Monday JELLO All Flavors (.'! limit) FRESH COUNTRY Eggs Dozen Ma Brown Pure Apple Butter 19c Jar Pine Grove Blackberries 3 CANS CORN DODGER MEAL 20« 37® 17c 13c 25« J Pkgs. 10c „ Cr m (2 lin,i° mJBr FLOUR iic 10c LUX SOAP PILLSBl'RY'S PANCAKE ARMOURS VERIBEST /VIVlTIUUIlkJ T IjUil)I>o I MILK S Small Cans !fc jC PURE CANE Sugar 10 a 42c Old Standby Flour 48-lb. Sack 9C ILibbv's TWATO JUICE 2 ,a„ cans 15c Queen of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 January 1939

'^■''. . - V*'■ *"'*,■ '*' - ^". i '■ BSf! . ■ ,:" v> ' eh publics corrected upon be- to attention of the publishers. I Editorials— SWEETWATER . „ ..vi l^X PuMUhd maK gftgHMM. II fterf I V; * . ■ :<• ru . PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 20, 1939 on Thuradnr by Tfie Swwtwittr Inc. Entered as second dan'inatUr at mat- office In Sweetwater, Tew, Frt.9, I#20. George Bennitt and Ruisell Bennitt, Pubs. many that are first shall he last; and the first.—Mark 10;31. Be wise; soar not too high to fall, but stoop to iMassinger. Itouj Jmet I fasl He' J old I thi: I fig' I | daj rin les 1 thj of di'i " TEN POINT PROGRAM * SUGGESTED TO HOPKINS "f It cannot be said that some organizations do not $ offer a tangible recommendation to cabinet officers of {the Federal government. The Illinois Manufacturers 'Association just completing their annual meeting shap- J ed a ten-point program for the consideration of Harry *r Hopkins, who possibly will be confirmed today as Sec- retary of ...

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