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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 January 1939

BY FLYING BULLETS AS2 DIE IN ★ ★ Killer Salazar Denied New Appeal Is Planned Mexican Carries Bible With Him; Looks Dejected Defense Files Twelve Exceptions; Questions Court's Jurisdiction Frank Salazar — a grimace of dejection across his once expres- sionless Mexican face—appear ed before Judge John F. Sutton today, fidgeted with a Bible in his right hand and heard one of his last desperate hopes for life blasted. Motion for a new trial for Sal- azar, 23, was overruled by Judge Sutton bringing him one step nearer death in the electric chair for the murder of Paul Kennedy at Miles on Dec. 15. Immediately following the judge's ruling Eugene Mathis, chief defense counsil, made verbal announcement of appealing the case to the court of criminal appeals. Appeal must be perfected within 90 days. In a Nolan county courtroom last week, a jury, after deliber- ating only nine minutes, had doomed Salazar to die for his crime. The case was transferred here from the 51st district court at San Ang...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 January 1939

frostbit, Vimtxt SI, 19 nid 'Embezzled* 500,000 Votes, Texas Solon Charges Peddling' Governor's ion Is Hit Joe Hill Of Henderson Continues His Barrage Against State Executive New Settlers May Request Relief, Keep 'em Out, Coke Judge Warns BU IiAHOMA DICKSON Through the years since the Pilgrims dared to cross the treacherous Atlantic in rickety ships, one called the Mayflower, the ideal of the American peo- ple has ever been expansion. From a tiny cluster of people on the cold Plymouth rock grew the 13 original colonies. Soon carts drawn by oxen started their trek across the "desert waste" to penetrate through In-1 dian arrows and scalp hunts to; the Mississippi river. And then came the gold rush ! of '49—another attempt of the American people to launch out into the deep—to conquer the unconquerable. But now, after all these years of expansion—all these decades of espousing ownership of land —even though the hated nest- ers resulted in Texas—comes a warning not to sell land! i County...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 January 1939

IK" |t° ■in |n*i- bn- ■i." }iy lacl Ihe to les, lac- • !• II > •• J. 1 f • I. it py > I • ?A ^ ♦ • : • t # • • mm' MlM ~3r: TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1939 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Three Tied For City League Lead, Qulf Beats Athletics 63-5 Second Guess BY BOB COOKE We got tangled in the ropes again yesterday. The Sweetwat- er basketball team plays Abi- lene in Abilene—not in Sweet- water. The game is tonight. That we are assured, is- correct. * * * If you don't mind getting bounced on the head occasion- ally by a basketball, you can see some good basketball games be- tween teams in the city recrea- tion league. Last night two nifty teams met in the second game of the bargain bill—Gulf Oilers against the Athletics. The first game was between Gyp and IHC—both have pretty fair clubs — but they didn't show the class of the two teams in the second game. * * * Glenn "Pop" Warner, origina- tor of the double-wing back foot- ball offense, has tendered his resignation as head co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 January 1939

$wm ly corrtcted u attention of the puti SWEETWATER, TEXAS, PAGE FOUR REPORTER—Features TUESDAY, JANUARY 31, 1939 so Sunday morning and Its weekly t Thursday by The Sweetwater vftB] c. Entered as second class matter ai i« our refuge and tfrength, m very present in trouble.—Pm/ini 46fl. As a countenance is made beautiful by the isr!r'i shining through it, so the world is beau- tified by the shining through it of God.—Jac- ob!. TOE SENATE TAKES THE BIT IN ITS TEETH Governor W. Lee O'Daniel is unquestionably aware of the power of his senate and how necessary it is to have those gentlemen in accord with your ideas if you don't want your appointments to miscarry. The manner in which Carr P. Collins was rejected as high- way commission chairman is the notable example. The other is the senate's bill to abolish the office of tax commissioner so the governor's appointee will have no office. Probably the governor foresaw this difficulty but believed in having his say and the senate theirs. Th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 January 1939

:o;. mm -&m o ! • • *• \ • 3 I • ."? t o 31, 1939 gWE'TwxTSK K^sponrm", *sirasnrte«, ts**S In Diagnosis. Su- I perlor Druglesa _ treatments, i'ne Best Mineral Water Baths and complete, modern Electrical Department. Our Motto: —"THE BEST" We Specialize est Mineral Water Baths and complete, epartment. Our Motto GROGAN WELLS SANATORIUM WASH TUBBS AND EAST By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Son of Judge and Mrs. R. C. Crane, 601 East Third St., Sweetwater By ROY8TON DIAL 2818 Registered Optometrists i Expert examina- tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS ALICE E. W1LMOT, B.S. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Pliysiotheraphy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician In colon Irri- gation and X-l{iiy. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 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...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 January 1939

; .. 3W' R39 Rp#w£ y«5ZW* m m#:w■ ■ w*'- '%• «§ w wFi&ygmmM * ' TEXAS 1 ; If^C^ •>;., ...*/••' ,'^v,J {" !£f: Tuesday, rmrm si, OUR CLEAN (G DISPLAY of choice quality our uniformly Low Prices .... Our iendly, Courteous way of Doing siness. i Prices in Effect Tuesday Afternoon, WetL and Thurs. coffee Maxwell House Pennant ffcAggPg Ground Fresh in our Wl iCL store, lb. pkg. ... PAA( Fresh Country |f M Armour's CUIlO doz ljC MILK 8 small cans 25c POST TOASTIES pkg- 9c Hearts Delight Freestone Peaches, taste like fresh peaches No. 2lA can . 19c Miracle Whip Salad Dressing, 8 oz jar, 14c; pt. 24c; qt. 37c BANANAS Central American Don't Confuse with Mexico Bananas . . doz. lie GHMMI ORANGE TeXTtmplc 19c 12c LIMES Well Iileached doz 15c ca. 2c LEMONS'l"T,Su"kisl 15c 96 Size Seedless GRAPEFRUIT Purple Top TURNIPS „ Florida Green BEANS Florida Yellow SQUASH HUMUS 19' I .a rare Texas Regular 25c Seller lb. Wit 12'ic 12'ic APPLES ier CARROTS, BEETS, ,! 19c Hll LU Doz IjV Nice Size Texas...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 February 1939

I • n H T W H w T If « K W "T ^ K « W T T T T w X Roy King, Sought In Sweetwater Cab Holdup, Jailed Suspect Caught After Holdup Of Dallas Oil Firm Others Who Escaped From Prison With Public Enemy Were Killed Or Drowned Sweetwater Reporter Roy King, West Texas' public enemy No. 1 captured yester- day in Dallas is wanted here in connection with the hijack- ing early Christmas morning of F. L. Bryan, youthful taxicab driver, who was bound, robbed of $10, and driven about Sweet- water for sometime before be- ing dumped out near Garland Vinson's residence at 1101 Mul- berry. Following the robbery here, charges were filed against King who escaped from Eastham state farm Aug. 16, 1938. King is wanted for a series of crimes perpetrated in several West Texas cities, including Dig Spring and Abilene. King was arrested in Dallas an hour after he had held up a filling station operator, rob- bed him of $15, kidnaped him in the operator's automobile, Captain Homer Bradford of the Sweetwater polic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 February 1939

Hour New igPlan Plants Mechanize After Wages Regulation Rather Than Shut Down By NBA Service SAN ANTONIO — There's a miniature "industrial revolu- tion" in the Texas pecan in- dustry as the result of a deci- sion tho Wages and Hours division of the Labor Depart- ment that the nut factories must pay a minimum wage of 25 cents an hour. Faced with this rise from 15 cents an hour, an increase which the companies had said they could not pay and survive, mechanization of the industry is being speeded up. When the mechanization is completed, it is expected that one employe will shell for his $10 a 40-hour week as many pecans as did three employes at two and three dollars. Thus the la- bor bill is the same, purchasing power is the same, and two out of three are out of jobs. It won't be quite as bad as that sounds, however, for many of the workers in the pecan in- dustry were women and child- ren. Whole families often work- ed all week to produce S10. Now if the father of the family is put o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 February 1939

m* ■ m:y\- f • 9 • 9FEDNB80XY, FEB. I, mi. $ <>{$*■ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS KHSEt 8ys3E-l/''v: ■■ am <j T • ' « I i • ji % * t • i! • • j • 1° |ii f-e }n 1 lie In. |)i- 1 is ko T # # * • * • Mustang. Quintet Extends Eagles Before Losing Qame, 46-3 Second Guess BY BOB COOKE Having missed the name of "Hooty" Lynn from the Mus- tang basketball lineup, we in- quired this week what had hap- pened. In workouts before the opening of the basketball sea- son, we watched Coach Adrian Clark's proteges and Lynn looked promising. Not only that but "Hooty" showed every in- dication of eliminating one- fourth of the worry of Coaches Laurance Priddy, Clark, and Jack Roten regarding the Mus- tangs' backfield this fall. * * ♦ For some reason, we were told, Lynn was slow in enrolling for the second semes- ter at high school. We want to see the lad back on the scholastic firing line—We be- lieve the boy is a good athlete and know he is a good student if he wants to be. He was ba...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 February 1939

jpjp' I «•> ffp^" ■ %. \7JJ S . :• r «* }■■••$jr- * •■■ " V"'" i char- of any which may d#E$tWATEJt, TEXAS, PAGE FOUR Features WEDNESPAY, FEB. 1, 1939 «,JW- ' ~'~L A r Published each afternoon except. Saturday, — , jes _ j ..—1-1" edition irter, I Wt .J lt> office ill Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, George Bennitt and Russell Bennitt, then they in their trouble did turn unto God of hrael, and Bought him, he teas of them.——11 Chrotydet 15;4. If you tell your troubles to God, you put them i*to the grave.—Spurgeon. m DO WE FEED THE EGO OF DICTATORS? Maybe the psychologists know whether or not the fact that the world is supposed to bend its ear every time a dictator talks increases his ego. At any rate the world has. been doing its part by emphasizing the importance of utterances from the mouths of compara- tively few men- If the public actually thinks and feels that this one-man rule subordinates all thoughts and activities of millions of people, then no one can deny that the dictator...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 February 1939

t ■ ; > h a * o 3 ■a Ih > O 'en0 rix ay, ty, Ige lan lay 9 •by to nd of I ' ♦ 9 I • I \ ' • WEDNESDAY, 1,1939 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS We Specialize Best Mineral Water Baths and complete, modern Electrical Department. Our Motto: —"THE BEST" 6R0GAN WELLS SANATORIUM dial 2618 WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater*. Owl Cartoonist Bon of Judge and Mrs. R. C. Crane, 601 East Third St., Sweetwater By ROYSTON HIGHEST QUALITY CLEANING Dresses, Cleaned and Pressed.... Hats, Cleaned and Blocked ... Suits, Cleaned and Pressed I *i P OH.MV GOSH! HERE COdAE THE RESELL AM WE'RE STOCK ON A -&A.MD0AW AGAIN QUICK* BUkM> THE GOLD OVERBOABP. LI6HTEN THE LOAD. *top AUO OtttK* we WEET As S JU80AT. TUER*6 PLENTY OF 6AS TO GET OS 5AFELV TO COSTA SRAMPE. VJORKEr/^16®!, DOUT fr.ee: AwAV § Sfr'yiSf Cash and Carry ALLEY OOP By HAMLIN SHUX.' THERE A\M'T> WO SENSE IN) OF COUBSE \ \ ' % HIM HAVIKJ' TO f WOT.' I'LL tellvou\ . / COME AM' LIVE / WHAT-WE'LL HAVE '' WITH US' INJTO DiNNEB. J...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 February 1939

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

i m '■ $ -V 8? ' mk^M <?■• •■ J W&{ . m}'M t-. '■%$$<-M , * -■ , r ii&r. '•' < 'jSSMN? i / •; , mf>' «?$ •• «-urv 5pp,i^'?^v iP|,;- ?/«^|.fti- SiPfssS.-;,?.- *• rfrVfl *«• v^Bwwi 0 0 I I 0 © 0 H • / i t t E I [ ( KS «« ix- r i r« 5 >n I P- * | is- ( to >r- «> «) f! : - \ .- • • S IN JURY DEADLj If W, T X W WTW n ■* r* n -f- * M n -r T Soviet Breaks Diplomatic Relations With Hungary Adherence To Fascist Bloc Cause Of Split Reports From Berlin Say Czechs Are Preparing To Go 'Anti-Communist' MOSCOW — (UP) — An offi- cial announcement said today that the Soviet union had brok- en off formal direct diplomat- ic relations with Hungary. The action was taken because of Hungary's adherence to the anti-communist accord among Germany, Italy and Japan, the announcement said. Recently Hungary had advised the three members of the anti- communist bloc that she was adhering to their accord. Reports from Berlin have indi- cated that Czechoslovakia even- tually is expecte...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

WrT:' - rr. mm Wm earns fw ! J Expected To Take Up Just W here They Left Off IOB COOKE If the Mustang basketball team continues to show as much strength as exhibited Tuesday night in the game with j the Eagles at Abilene, Coach \ Adrian Clark's quintet stands a good chance of evening accounts with the San Angelo Bobcats Friday night. Coach Clark takes the basket tossers to Angelo for H a return engagement, the Bob- cats having won decisively over the Mustangs in a game here several weeks ago. * * * And op the face of the show- ing the Mustangs made at. Abi- lene this week, the Sweetwater team has a good chance of up- setting the cocky Abilene quin- tet. The Ponies amassed the biggest score the defensive Eagles have permitted this sea- son. And Sweetwater stayed fairly close to the Taylor coun- ty team Tuesday night, pulling up within seven or nine points of the Eagles in the third pe- riod. Abilene's scorer placed the difference at nine points — Jack Henson, student manager and scor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

mm THUttSDAY, FEB. 2, 1939 _ SUTEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Pre-War Estates Remain With Few Owners Of Lands 'In the Sprinjr, Will Hitler Fancy Turn To Thoughts Of Balkan Conquest?" Melanin L. Pflaum, woman Journalist, has just complet- ed a trip through the uneasy Balkans where, as they used to say, "there may be trouble in the spring." By MEL AM E L. PFLAUM BUDAPEST — In the path which Germany has apparently chosen for southeastward ex- pansion of influence, if not of territory, lie the pawns of Eu- rope. Hungary, Yugoslavia, Ruman- ia, Bulgaria, Albania, Greece are all essentially peaceful coun- tries whose fate in peace or war no longer lies in their own hands. An Athenian student stood with me looking up at the ruins on the Acropolis. "Just think," he meditated aloud. "They would still be standing in all their ancient glory if there had been no wars. If they would just let us alone!" Throughout the picturesque countries of southeast Europe, where ancient ways and dress ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

•V 1 wgsm ?'ri' ff KfeX reflection upon the cha «- . or reputation of any or corporation, which may any of The Reporter's publica- — je cheerfully corrected upon toe- *ght to attention, of. the publishers. Editorials PAGE FOUR REPORTER-Features Published each afternoon excep't^turday. also Sunday morning and Its weekly edition on Thursday by The Sweetwater Reporter, • • !P1 m u M t ti h H > s f! t; u ' <t r t] J a ( s ; jy a. K ti SI s) U a K \\ A h o tl d ; u E t t ti t 'I e y 1. 1< f a (S ]. 0 1 H i o n t: a li v ti n SI fl ti o u fi t: A G 11 g t / jli c ic sj te Lord your God hath multiplied you, and mheld, ye art this day as the stars of heaven for Multitude.—Deuteronomy 1;10. * A grateful thought toward heaven is of itself a prayer .—Lessing. o DIVERSIFICATION MUST REPLACE ONE-CROP PROGRAM Much of the responsibility to meet changing condi- tions on the farms made necessary by reduced demand for cotton will rest on the shoulders of individual com- munities. Legislation...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

m :M> 7-?i lor He *h kh I on |>lu- Ire. \?>;i' m f -' 2:I:-r : • -*# • f'M' -f ' ■: ^ ^#v ■ ? ■. v: . * : pf- v.fr sgl ^SSJWIK imm%? mm ' • • • i • • • • * # • • • • • • •>'" m 0 m i • • i • i • # i • • 9 • • • * • • • ' • ') f ) t 0 • fi FEB* . 12) W89 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS wSSwinliiP PACE FIVE Groundhog Sees His Shadow, Six More Weeks Of Winter "Me and thy shadow" . . . the groundhog 1b singing today as he stretches his lazy bones to see what the weather has to offer for the next six weeks. If Mr. Ground Hog, known to scientists as Arctomys Monax, sees his shadow today, tradition says there will be six weeks more of winter. If Arcy crawls sleepily out of his burrow to- day and finds an overcast sky, the moths will celebrate be- cause with the passing of win- ter comes the storage of furs, blankets—all furnishing vita- mins for moths. F)or years—probably from habit—Mr. Groundhog has hib- ernated during the winter, com- ing out after the long snooze for ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

mm m 0: o SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1939^ itor Chavez' ter Spoke To Aid Her Brother Spanish -American Women Reluctantly Admit How Politics Were Discussed ALBUQUERQUE, N. M. — (UP) — Women employed on Works Progress Administration sewing room projects described in federal court how Mrs. Anita Tafoya, sister of Senator Dennis Chavez, used her influence to aid the political fortunes of her bro- ther. Mrs. Tafoya, a dark, neatly dressed woman, sat .quietly at the counsel table and listened closely to questions and answers in the trial of herself and 34 others charged with conspiracy to trade WPA jobs for votes. The Spanish-American women were reluctant to admit to pro- secutors on direct questioning that Mrs. Tafoya made political talks to them. On cross examina- tion, they hastily pointed out that "all of the girls like Mrs. Tafoya." Mrs. Tafoya smiled at the witnesses' answers. One white-haired grandmoth- er, Mrs. Teloida Ortiz, a resi- dent of Albuquerq...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1939 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS O In Diagnosis. Su- perior Druglesa treatments, r n e Best Mineral Water Baths and complete, modern Electrical Department. Our Motto: —"THE BEST" We Specialize est Mineral Water Baths and complete, epartment. Our Mott GROGAN WELLS SANATORIUM DIAL 2012 WASH TUBBS AND EASY IRONICAL. SWT IT? I ARRIVED By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist mwwmstt PACE Registered Optometriata Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS ALICE E. WIIiMOT, U.S. l'lK . Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Physiotlierapliy, Electro therapy, Miissajji! anil Nurs- ing. Technician in colon Irri- gation and X-Itay. 15 years experience witli the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 For building new homes ami modernizing through (he FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. I* Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Hhoeit Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOW...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 February 1939

•r * I ' M - ' . . • 'j**' gga .-- ■ Praised former G.O.P. iidentlnTalk i t Says That Democracy Would Break Down Under Military Expediency CHICAGO — (UP) — The United States would be mobiliz- ed into practically a fascist state In the event of another great war, Herbert Hoover said in a discussion of "President Roose- velt's new foreign policies." In another qreat war, the former president t!old the coun- cil on foreign relations, "Dem- ocracy must temporarily sur- render to dictatorship" which could not easily be broken down T- once the war was over. He praised former President Wood row Wilson and the Ideals for which he stood. o Mrs. Broughton On Party Matron List Inadvertently the name of Mrs. H. W. Broughton was omit- ted from the list of matrons in the hpuseparty at the tea lues- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Roland Peters, introducing Mrs. James B. Stubbs. Mrs. Broughton had charge of the musical program during the afternoon. She was smartly at- tired in a Wedgwood blue ma...

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