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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

• f* V# ?>mMw ;?v SI '■< " li t i 411 fl fa 'W jli it -«* .w.' ■ I, r • ■ WEPowTKK^' S^yEE'T^^Pffefi< TEXAS $2,250 Is Sought In Sweetwater To Last During 1939 Council Quota Is Set At $8,602; City The District Headquarters Approximately one third of the goal had been raised at noon Saturday, according to Aubrey Legg, chairman of the f'nance committee in charge of the Sweetwater District Boy Scout campaign. Pledges totalling $710 have been received from 50 firms and individuals. This year's finance effort dif- fers from previous years in that the committee in charge hopes to eliminate personal so- licitations. Letters have been sent to previous contributors and additional prospects. The local finance campaign is part of an area wide effort to reach the council goal of $8,- 602. Sweetwater is headquarters for the Buffalo Trail Council. Mr. Legg asks the cooperation of all in responding promptly to the appeal. "Sweetwater has always reached its goal in Scout financing and we as...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

armers Plant. Warehouse , 1939 To Make Public Cotton Conscious Is Started In West Texas YSLETA — (UP) — Farmers of this far western part of Texas are doing something about the farm surplus problem be- sides just talking about it. They opened a campaign several weeks ago to have cot- ton base highways built in Tex- as as one means of using up excess cotton. They have en- listed the El Paso county com- missioners in the cause and negotiations have been started with state and federal officials for a test road with a cotton base. Now the farmers are discuss- ing the organization of a com- munity canning plant and a sweet potato curing house. Sponsors say that a cannery Gulf Company Pilot Visits Sweetwater Beck Roe, aviation represen- tative of the Gulf Oil company of Dallas, flew a Gulf cabin iplane into Sweetwater Satur- day night accompanied by W. P. Wright of the Abilene Gulf office. They will remain here today. and curing house would give the other than cotton and alfalfa, other tha...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

f(Ijupur* • t • j 0 I • • : ! • n — editorials classified ads ffigfj ■>*? ■■ ■ ; . ';■ ••tvk-'^rV *v ■, -• *' •,t- ''i yiV ***7' "' ' •>/#;'• V.'• -^V'v Section ii ; - ;, Bill a— ?".* * '-^fcPi^^SwliF m- K;- '" "AtV v®: SECTION II EDITORIALS CLASSIFIED ADS SUNDAY, JANUARY 29, 1939 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE Texas Federation Of Women's Club Head To Be Honor Quest i • I t i • 4 9 i m C i • Athenaeum Club Will Be Hostess BY IONE I). PERRY Featuring the social activities of federated women's clubs this week will be the Guest day and Federation day program Thurs- day afternoon on the Blue Bon- net roof. The Athenaeum club will honor the president of the Texas Federation of Women's clubs, Mrs. Joseph M. Perkins, Eastland; the sixth district pre- sident, Mrs. M. H. Hagaman of Ranger and her secretary, Mrs. Carl Hill, Ranger; and Mrs. W. S. Douglas, San Angelo, state chairman of the Penny art fund and a life member of the board of directors. Other honor guests who wil...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

Hen 61- H: *'M ■■ * (M ■ pt_ mm?, PAGE TWO SWEETWATER, TEXAS, O my toul? and vohy tfifitwi wJllUii me? hope in God; for tt yet |write him, teHo it the health of my mmd my God.—Puimt 43 ;5. Hope springs eternal in the human breast; never is, but always to be blest.—Pope. iNOLAN AND FISHER COUNTIES JOIN IN GREAT 4-H PROJECT . The enterprise of those who have arranged the par- ticipation of Nolan and Fisher counties 4-H Club boys in the fat stock show at the Golden Gate Exposi- tion is worthy of commendation. By the coopenation of the two counties this area will make a showing at San Francisco worthy of comparison with the Nolan Hereford display late next month. Both counties will feel the stimulus in their club work from participating in the show and give the livestock industry here defi- nite publicity of national significance. Nolan county is participating in the livestock show at Denver through an entry from a 4-H club boy, too. This project should stimulate inter- est of boys in t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

Kr-^"iv ;« :■■ /, ' <51 Bent Mineral Water Baths and complete, modern Electrical Department. Our Motto: —"THE BEST" GRtiGAN WELLS SANATORIUM DIAL 2012 (ZfX* omt IMV Tt e% TO AMD A6AW... AND EASY By w *twatern Own Cartoonist •oa of Judge and Mrs. B. C. Ciww, 001 East Third St., Sweetwater By • I Registered Optometrist* Expert examina- tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. a MAJORS ' * t I ALICE E. WILMOT, R.S. Phc. Graduate In CHIROPRACTIC Physiotheraphy, Elcctro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Teclimcran in colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the sick. 007 Elm St. Ph. 510 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Rills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boots, BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP I «! ( ' i SsyourAesi PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 HIG...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

J WmtsgSm* is*. - SMWtt sSMIBBHiHBS '■'-. ' ■:-,i Ki «*««« . ftMMMMMUll "*«W>4d#t% ifc .-iCfe+iStaui 4 afcSSsHKtaaiB " «?'.'"=.• a-^fesw « iiv'zkk I HELP A • • ATTEND THE PRESIDENTS BALL ' . m m w«r«r CUJler CUrt* * ) DANCE to the Lilting Tunes of JOE BUZZE'S ORCHESTRA * i M MONDAY NIGHT on the BLUE BONNET ROOF THIS ADVERTISEMENT SPONSORED BY THESE CIVIC LEADERS Business And Professional Nolan County Health Unil HAPPY SYMBOL OP A WORTHY CAUSE W omen's Club Miss Kditli Bradford, President Texas Bank and Trust Co. Joe, Bovven's Drug Store Drs. C. A. Rosebrough and A. H Fortner L. W. (Dock) Scott County Cterk Dr. R. 0. Peters Mrs. Thelma Bowen Post master Or. George A. Gray, Director D. and 1). Taxi and Cafe Mrs. G. W. (Jack) (]o<*liran County Treasurer Nolan Drug Store Raymond Bishop Tax Assessors 'oilcctor G. A. Beeman Music House Shook Tire Company lieo V ii II ii George Iteakley Vandervoortf E. L. Duncan County Attorney Sweetwater Federal Savings and Loan Assn. Miss Fern Carl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

i V.' COMIC SECTION wk'p>; ■; ■ ■ ■ -1 . '' ,' " • ThE Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION S^DAY. JANUARY 29, 1939 4*2-'-29- by Edgar Rice Burroughs Copr I9M. Ert*nr Rtc* Hurronr 'V fnr -Tm ltcg V *. Pal Oil Prnd>cr<j ft** Fnmni'j Htv,k *•.* P'nvs Di-.t ribucd UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc. man ok &fast? AFENWS IN THE OWE WILLTAME HIM" WARSAW CHUCKLED. *AND THEN WE'LL GET UNDER WAV." r BUT THE BLACKS CAMMED THE CASE DOOR AND LOCKED IT. "BRIAN WAS .SAFE— FOR A TIME. UNOBSERVED BY THE WZEIJ INFURIATEDTAR7AN, MARwA .STOOD READY "TO KILL HIM .SHOULD HE ESCAPE. i ya \ MEANWHILE LINDA HAD WATHED THE CASED CREATURES GALLANT FIGHT WITH AWE AND ADMIRATION. AND NOW JHEiAW THE WOUND IN HIS HAND HAD BEEN RE-OfENED. TOUCHED WITH PITY, SHE HURRIED TC HER TENT AND RETURNED WITH MEDICINE AND BANDAGES. 'DONT GO NEAR THAT BEAST"," MARSADA CRIE? FEARINS "THE "MISSING LINK' WOULD REACH OUT AND JEIZE HER. b. m AN, .STILL IN A JPEECHLESJ DAZE, JTEPPED CLOSE TD THE MRS, DRAWN ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

JAHJt my Moate FEUV 6ALT A RUNNING MAN GOULD, OSAPPEAf? weo ttr&cr ATresmoN— 5ujj STOOD BEHIND rrs OPENED B\6ES/R?BEKON6 TO l^AD — TTHtfrfe vU*/ I'MSUKEHE DIDN'T COME THIS WAV, MISS — w HA-A CIEv/EK eiPO.-BUT MOT QOOE. CLB^EK EM0U6H-STUJ. MS 0ME.TWIW6 ABOUT THIS RCTUtCEj IF I CCHJLD JUST LOCATE. AND lrM PosmvE Tvwr , HE13N< OUTTHAT oooe / z I 5)/HEY,. ^(TAXl/ Nqjy THAT 6WM ft ■GRAND! CEKmeAL ISTATtONJ ■QUICK/I WON© WTTH REJOIN'TWE PAPE*£ ^ \h THATO , NATURALLY THE CKCNvO IS CUPOOUS-ALL BUT THAT ONE MAM rSEADlMG , A NE^SFAPQ^.' MCNv i X m ^Cppy right, 10.19. Register and Tribune Syndicate Great Britain Rights Reserved OFF THE RECORD ^ ED REED ( WELL, BOYS, \' ) How oo vbu ) I i IUC fc/lV KICIA/ / The Three B ^ NOW HERE'S /p<\ //// // ahics New /yr^±2 ''/ ( UKE MY MEW . SPRING OUTFIT^/ # \ I "It's Jones—the owner of that restaurant across the streets" V innnnr^ "His fever's down, but he still complains of that ringing in his 'A f luvwofc I t • • 1 • • • • • I •! • > « i ♦...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

* ' # • 1 • i • • • • • • • i • • • • • • i • • • i • t • > • > . i. • i • i • | • v i « ... > \ v,fef ' • ■' ; V /' M. v ; ' • - if >■:/ . 4'.< ^ , ff Mtf r shelter/ bah/, . r this bay's a. ^ we've been death trap/ iit'sfl bearing ■oowNg on us/ it's a tidal, wave/ I w«sa i„,r Jr ' f ' l\ -f 1 foead^lS WM I I ■ '■'■ in fwe giant wave carries wigh up grab something/ hang on—here'3 h7 on tme 'sl amd's rocky slope - the crash v.;-A v mrnsm. W:!;! wamssn mm? mmmm BJWWWWBJfK a miracle/ -i'm still alive// but the yacht-and my island base - all wrecked/ „ and my men—great heaven/ am i the lone survivor? spsg-ps® ■■pim smbiss WTJNUED- surgical torture in aboard ship during battle, amputation shattered limbs 1 frequent occurrence-- the best surgeons were the fastest— often performing the agonizing operation without anaesthetics in fifteen seconds.' BOS'N HAL, Sea Scout Painful Parting By LIEUT. COMDR. F. V. MARTINEK, U.S.N.R. on a remote mountain valley only fifty miles from t...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

n //^ HAS NEVER BEEN) A RACE OF GIANTS.. IF ANY- THING, THE HUMAN STATURE IS GROW- ING LARGER. ODDS AND ENDS OF prehistoric LORSr——^ accordlng^to "the method of determining the age of ribcks .from the amount of badlo active material they contain, the age OP "the earth in years is not less than 1,725,000,090 say, by gollnf that ) looks like ol' guz. himself/ f muaapu tha's pretty 1 hmmph CAN that crown MONKEY-LIKE ANIMALS FLOURISHED IN CALtFORNiAl 55,000,000 " YEARS AGO. the great meteor, crater in north- ern arizona was made during the last ikjterglacial epoch, perhaps 40,000 to 75,000 years ago i-h dotsj'tcha think it'd look more like his highness if you'd make his nose just a mite bigger? hvwvphj shux.' can't that ouy sav i? nuthin but ' hnw\ph' ? ht'5 actlw' (/ pretty snooty, it seems t'me/ h 1 never did like 5mooty people' by gollv, under. th' circumstances a bit of retouch in' here an' there kinda seems to be in order/ HIS IMPERIAL atajfstv oozzu 0^00 toro of t«e ju/vglf uu whu...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

• • • • COMIC SECTION ALL SfcA7ES BQUIPT WITH CHAIS&i TO AVOID Sl/PP/K/O (50LD IW IH VlJKON 1 a little COMIC SECTION SWEETWATER, TEXAS yeh f well, oje of those little pans /might tip some hot gravy on you / why DO you always make fun of me ? T. M. REG. U. S. maybe, but only a few comedians (sot famous pakjn iwg 1 LOTS OF <3UYS MADE MOKJEY DOING IT/ Besides, panning never gets you. anywhere OUR BOARDING HOUSE fa w caught klondike that COPR. 1939 BY NEA SERVICE. INC. d' brainwavy t there, tve shot th' starting gun like a 0 ^ sap/—- it'll take 0, him asj hour to jr run through this cock and bull Hokum t j~> o o . ' S o O ° O U o O / o MAJOR HOOPLE AMD HUWQREC HIGH y-—=^-- L> 0 O 0 O c 0 0 O a 0 0 6 0 c? - 00 c- 'M THAT MEMORABLE KLONDIKE BLIZZARD/ 'BAXTER, THE GROUND WAS BARE VVHEN THE FIRST FLAKE CAME PANCAKING DOWN, BUT BEFORE X MAD WALKED TEW FEET 1 WAS UP TO MY CHIN IKi SNOW/ YOU DON'T HAVE TO GO TO ALASKA TO GET INTO A 15-FOOT DRIFT/ IN THE BLIZZARD OF lS6 MY FATHER D...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

s>;:' 'w " x he d read till morning if 1 didn't watch him - amd what a job "to get him up mornings/ with that cracklv piece op 71kj under. th' staib. carpet, she , cakj't ketch me bur ww „ th' midnight oil. m mm r • * ■■ \ ■ - hswvs ,atw y qrw>tt am5 rce.u,s oh, so that's it/ y//^- a warniklg sig- nal under. th' carpet, eh ? well -- slip up quietly amd see if his ^ light's out yet or if he's still read* img -goodness/ WHAT'S THAT? lights out-heh-heh-that noisy piece of tin did th' trick/ now for a little snorin'/ it's okj th seventh well, ill just change this dowkj a step ■za step — i step over, j© V that'n-- five, hungry/ they sly:, - nova/, i skip this n now ham well r what was that swlsh ? w/////// ,v that? / \ oh, th att was |x/'/ willis gjoing to bed/ i miscounted v//v er. sumpin/ r-ij i j:r.will\ams cop*. 1939 by nea service. inc. The comic zoo know you can oo a -tight rope act; but ow acs. you also going ro do a juggling- act \nh£n you got to use your. arms to £alance y...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

• t • • v m w-'t; • • • t • • • • • t • • • • • • JOE PALOOKA • • • • • • • • • • • • • • t • • ; • • ' * i. * r i'll knock 'em cold at sherm fairchtld's egg-nog party with this outfit. hc dig get v.' oA e,/v ^ -3 0 1939 McNau^M Syndicaft. VM. i'm stuck down on v- lcinderella st. x lost the i key op the car.willyouse bring me the other key. it's in my brown By HAM FISHER hullo — well per gosh sakes where are ya? we'll be late. th' sap/we'll be! here ya a half hour late ( are boss on accounta a this is far THIS. as x go. whatta ya mean ? this is slugg st/ x want 0 cinderella/ l3( va gotta go through slugg st. t'get -w t'cinderella an' x^ wouldn't drive through slugg st. fer five or and. m it's the toughest street in .the country. *? they hate anybuddy who even washes once a month.an'you n that outfit -- phew// better come back up town ^ he's got more nerve than a brother-in-law. pity. 7 an' x cert'ny wouldn't walk through-even if i WASN'T wearin' them clothes you're wearin h-huh ■2 ?...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

y -• THE tAFfAlK and THE -*^*Djl|g :::-i. '^'^l By B. Plrka gjAMA AND ^WELLBICi SCATTER HAW HAW. WE* TEACH tM TO PLAY HOOkV AND 5TAV OUT NIGHTS • LUMP > ICIN E, DOT'S E OUEEN ■BRAIN.WOTIUW APART UND HAVE THE BOVfAwE 00 ?>■« HUNT.D0D-6A5T HIMMEL CAPrAiN WORRIED.* MESS =g§geS§ HEY LADIES ! ISS YOU IN ? 5PEAK TO ME? OOPs y & Q / m wmm QUICK THINK- VUNCE: QUEEN MAMA DID YOU UNCLE MORE MUSKELS I VOS GEDDING VARM,VEN "BIN60 6IFF6 A KLOPP ON .DER NOBBER R MAMA. nuitK DIDN'T KMOW ^ VfUicrc *yo sftp/k.k i • I ! J 1 HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE I MY HANDBAG 'S VANISHED/ UJITH OUR. HOUSE f MONEy IN IT W (JUHAT 7s THERE'S Bt£N i living (£eaujbe IN Mtet BESIDES us ? "THERE HAVE BEEN A NUMBER OF SIMILAR. M>CSTEfclOUS DISAPPEARS OF HANDBAGS AND PUBSES- I'LL COME QU5HT" UP, Ej toy""'" "N ■MM [THAT U)INttXU (X As)/ 'BOSHfj VOPEN SLI6HTLy PBOM <W EVEN<| "THE TOP LIKE THAT?/* BAB/ COULD < HAVE COME IN TVIEPE • < TMATS OUT ! , NEVERTHELESS/ '"THERE'S A brown threap hepe—ujas > you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 January 1939

•:V 4 1 3 I .! • V • 1 • S c . OTHERTfOlrw HITLER PROCLAIMS ON REICH'S SIXTH AHNIVERSA Communism Is Smallpox Scare At Pyron Brings Plea For Vaccine iJJSsS 130 Points Of Serum Rushed To Nearby School Inoculations Started Immediately; 500 Will Be Given Immunization A case of smallpox breaking out today in the Pyron school, northwest of Sweetwater, prompted the citizenship of the Scurry county town to appeal to the Nolan County Health unit for vaccine. In an effort to prevent an outbreak in the school district lying partly in this county Dr. George A. Gray, health director, has secured 130 points of vac- cine sufficient to immunize 500 children. Dr. Gray assisted by other physicians is in Pyron this af- ternoon beginning the inocula- tions. Sweetwater and Nolan coun- ty's compulsory school vaccina- tion against the disease l#is Pre- vented an epidemic for many years. This is the second appeal the local unit has answered this month, the other was from Sag- j erton, Jan. 16. More than 10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 January 1939

interest^ Ift fortunes of the Khtttangs, Aw dif thfc i tn the city basketball lea- by reading about ihetti. we discovered in the last or five weeks. We have that it is necessary to the games. Athletic of- of Sweetwater high __ intend to get fans in- _jted in the court game so .yt next year they Can put the liew gymnasium into use in a big way. ♦ Apparently, Coach Adrian Clark, who has been assisted the last few weeks by Coach Laurance Priddy, has moulded dne of the best quintets to rep- resent the high school in a nifmber of years. The Mustangs nosed otrt Big Spring last week. It was bhfe of the few wins the Jiustangs have tiirned in over a Bfg Spring basketball team in a fAimfeer of seasons. However, the Sweetwater team will get a real tfest Tuesday night when they tackle the Abilene Eagles on the jfmior high court. The Eagles have lost only one game this year,, ain parly season affair to tfie Woodrow Wilson Wildcats of Dallas, last year's state champs. * * * ; On the face of recor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 January 1939

mwm JS m- SmmkM m ;n wrM SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER; TEXAS , 'fVM/C. _ • t • • • f ♦ tl • • 1 • r • K It- PS mm •mmHi m 'jf S| . • • PSBpar? 36 Years of Building On a Sound Foundation Southwestern Life Reports for 1938 its Greatest Gain in Assets $5,777,727 \ Measure the Company's Increase in Financial Strength During 1938 by Comparing the Two Columns of Figures Below: Statement of Condition (Unpaid Premiums IVot Included) ASSETS k « I December ill December 31 1937 1938 *U. S. Government Bonds , . . $11,386,665.62 $12,369,768.05 ♦Texas State, County and Municipal Bonds . . . • . . 10,666,835.34 14,296,401.34 Public Utility and Corporation Bonds ...... . . 2,662,581.62 2,711,302.32 First Mortgage Loans on Texas Real Estate .... . . 13,179,559.92 12,820,349.85 1,475,000.00 1,498,290.95 399,652.25 1,375,738.84 114,940.00 Interest on Investments Accrued But Not Yet Due . • . . 708,364.53 664,775.64 60,137.78 Loans Against Cash Value of Policies ...... . . 12,465,386.34 13,413,942.5...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 January 1939

George Bennitt SWEETWATER, TEXAS, MONDAY, JANUARY 30 PAGE FOUR mdth unto them, Why are ye fearful, f tittle faith? Them he aro$e, and rebuked Hindi and the tea; and there mu a great iatthew 8;26. ie to believe, on the word of God, what do not see, and its reward is to see and enjoy we believe.—Augustine. > AMERICAN DOLLARS ' PREFERRED TO GOLD Some people think the American dollar is better than gold. In recent European transactions, the Alexander Ham- ilton Institute learns, the "multiple currency clause" has been revived. This gives the creditor the choice of receiving payment in his own currency or in United States dollars. Specifically, a Dutch loan to the French railroads is mentioned, in which the recent renewal of the loan carried the dollar clause, whereas the original loan had had a gold clause. European jitters are a factor here. Recent de- clines in the American stock market may have been due to inflation fears in Europe, as Europeans hastened to cash their American sto...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 January 1939

I i; I le i Ia * JP w Id- he- Ml K 4 las pie J to len * 1 to a bur |ng in Ide- Ints las, ton rlor % aid in un- ary rge to- # tier vill the 939 un- me S> es- and uld I ou at • aur 10W o o o o o o Q O < * 6®st Mineral Department. MIn Diagnosis. Su- perior Dr u g lesa _ treatments. n e /ater Baths and complete, ttoderti Electrical Our Motto: —"THE BEST" ::v? * WW* 111? •" -'"",(3 — . .. N 6M8AN WELLS SANATORIUM WASH fuiBS AND EASY Bjr Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist AMO RIGHTS, AMP TOE TO TOE. HOW THAT PAWS OKI CAM FIGHT.' •on of Judge and Mrs. R. C. CMlie, «0i East Third St., Sweetwater By ROYSTON < DIAIi 2012 Registered Optometrists |$ Expert examlra • tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJOR* ALICE E. WILMOT, B.S. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Physiotlieraphy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician in colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 January 1939

mm Jobs •Id For Votes Cf,A«COMd Include Sister , And Son-In-Law Of New Detler Senator Chavez BY ROBERT WEAR VP Staff Correspondent ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. — (UP) — Congress and the nation were long-distance spectators to- day as the government began its most serious test thus far of charges WPA jobs have l>een traded for votes. Widespread interest in the is- sue and the prominence of those involved gave national im- plications to the trial of 71 per- sons charged with misusing the Works Progress Administration for political purposes. The trial opened this morning. In the "ring" for the govern- ment will be burly, good-nat- ured ex-sailor Everett Grant- ham, U. S. district attorney who presented evidence to the grand jury and obtained indict- ments in the case last Oct. 21. All State Affected The present federal inquiry tips touched every county, al- most every hamlet and sheep camp in the state. Facing tall, bald Judge Colin Neblett as defendants will be Sfrs. Anita Tafoya, sister of ...

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