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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

I. «. * 6 It For Top In First Hour Hereford Sale f! J- Jack Frost's Bull Leads in Early Bidding Breeders In Spirited Competition for 68 Registered Animals •'oil 11 Gist of Odem paid $500 for Superior Anxiety 13th, bull consigned by Jack Frost of Blackwefl, t® top the early selling in the 21st auction of the Sweet- water Hereford Breeders as- sociation today. Gist chose this bull in a lot of two, the other Superior Mis- chief 18th. Superior Anxiety 13th was calved Sept. 2, 1036, by Superior 13th out of Myrhl's Blanche. Present for the sale were many of the nation's leading breeders, men who yesterday j paid fabulous prices for the j Herefords auctioned by John B. | Stribling, Roby breeder. In addition to the breeders, hundreds of spectators crowded around the sale arena as Col. Earl Gartin pushed the buyers to high prices. fi.'l Head On Block Bidding on the 63 head of j registered Hereford, guaranteed to he of Gudgell and Simpson extraction, was spirited and in- dications were that t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

' ,v<V - — i La's' •■ -"'a - ' ' !H • v >-v'.'v * * f . - * W-ML** *■ ' u- 1 i's v ■"/ ,1 «fjfRTCra W *■;.'■■ HP rs^: • ;■. -- "V " * >r. * ..<i; "|' J mw niiji'i : .if-,, *.j * " 1 -r- V-j 1 r.1 >' Mark For Mile A | m Seconds Cut Previous Time Of Famous Miler HANOVER, N. H. —(UP) Glenn Cunningham, the flame- scarred warrior from Kansas who now runs for the New York Curb Exchange A. C., set a world record of 4 minutes, 4 $nd 4-10 seconds for an indoor jniie. He made the record in a spe- cial test at Dartmouth College, eclipsing his own official world mark of 4:08.4 set in 1934. Fastest Ever Clocked It was the fastest mile ever recorded by a human runner. The next fastest was the out- door mile run by Sydney Wood- ersen of England in the now of- ficial time of[ 4:06.4. The brilliant veteran clipped to the Music of Sunshine Butler at Th,e Made Hotel 10 Piece Colored Orchestra Script $1.25 9 till 1 Saturday Night AT THE TAVERN The Blue Rhythm Swingsters Colored Orchestra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

I h&iRm • swm- " i sfffc h:- nmum ■MM V*1' % rtH&AY, MARCH 9, :sk •SWEETWATKR REPORTKK, SWEETWATER, TEXAS , f * PAGE Freak Country EGGS z. Guaranteed 29c 25c WHAT A BUY KRAFT'S FRENCH DRESSING 20c Bottle 15c Market Day Raisins 4 lb. pkg Del Monte Crushed Pineapple 3 flat cans Del Monte Country Gentleman Corn 9 Cm 2 No. 2 cans Windex Window Clean- « f er, 25c bottle l/V Chum Salmon 2 tall cans Hearts Delight Fruit Cocktail *)£?«* 2 tall cans MjC Heinz Tomato Juice Q_ 10c can OV Come in and Sample it Heinz Ketchup |a. 14 oz. bottle JiyC Heinz Cooked Maca- f s roni, 17 oz can .... JLt Heinz Spaghetti 17 oz. can .... A 1 Grocery Prices for Friday Afternoon, Saturday, Monday! See Every Tuesday's Re porter For Our Tuesday Afternoon, Wednesday, Thursday I' rices 4 lb. Ctn. 38C Wilson's Advance Shortening '« 8 76c Toasted ^ 4^ Marshmallows 12c ■ X 10c Cans'25c IH (ioltlen SYRUP 65c Gallon 49 Apricot Nectar Htalev C'amav Soap Ocean Spra> S Bar 2 Cube Starch ioc Pkg. §c Pure Cane 1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

V s of Thrift After Visiting Capone on 'Rock ■ £ I J I lit 1 Further Attacked as 'Face Saving' Device Of New Deal Leaders 2 WASHINGTON — (UPl — Hep. James Wadsworth, New York Republican, in debate on the administration's revenue act charged today that the principle of the undistributed profits tax had caused revulsion among canal) business men throughout the country. He asserted that the principle of the tax was contrary to all established principles of thrift. Republicans promptly assail- ed it as a "face saving" device intended to combat a business re- volt against - New Peal reform levies. ' The sharpness of the attack Which whs led by Minority Lead- er Bertrand H. Rnell. of New York, and Rep. Allen Tread- .Vav. R.. Mass., brought a ^confession from Democratic leaders that the measure will '.reduce aggregate federal reve- nues ' $22,000,000 or $23,000,000 ' annually. It was the first hint -that, the tax-makers had been 'unable to comply with Presi- dent Roosevelt's demand that th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

. ; ' * .it. : ■■ • Hwi .„. , KMH 4, '1988 - *m SWEETWATER! , ■; v_ ;*< ; SWEETWATER, TEXAS * * Ifrerf Cars Must Look Good, Too % % t DETROIT—The automotive industry long has recognized the influence which women fxert in the selection of motor cars, and each year has seen greater emphasis on the style, comfort, and appearance factors which mean so much to feminine buyers. It has remained for Ray Whyte, proprietor of Eastern Chevrolet Co., Detroit, to apply this fact to his used car operations, by appointing a young woman to check each reconditioned used car, inside and out, before it is offered for sale. Miss Rosemary Melford, who does that unusual job, is shown checking over the interior of a car whose upholstery has gone through the mending, vacuum cleaning, and scrubbing which these units receive in addition to mechanical adjustment and repair.' * Cotton Farmers Urged to Vote In Marketing Quota Referendum News Briefs Sirs. Steve Proctor of Gan- non visited Thursday at the coun...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

ife" HImSI n V, ■BSi SS@3?&il3! - «•-. - ' •'•V.'; WS^V ''AVM'i'-v.i® feJul MHK 1 1 " " " i.i ^"! IH III■_ ;i.«.I ;^IU...mip/,,,,1,1.. ■ Wt'-Wi m ' *ah,(mey Champion Fine Wool Lamb Robert M. Jackson Bitterly Attacked By Vermont Solon WASHINGTON - (UP) — Democratic foes of President Roosevelt's governmental reor- ganization bill charged in the senate that the new deal had "black-listed" them on patron- aye because of their opposition to administration policies. Senators Josiah Bailey. L>., N\ C., and William P>. King, D.. Utah, challenging constitutional- ity of" the program, related to astounded colleagues their per- sonal experiences with govern- mental departments to show that they had fallen into dis- favor with the administration. A high official told Bailey's secretary that he was "surpris- ed" that the senator would ev- en recommend an applicant for a job because of his opposition to administration measures, Bail- ey related. Elmer T. Cunningham of the national assoc...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

?•&§«' E*5i™ ■BE* MARCH «* s«$ v'"'" ■*■ "■**+.-■ i;.ff -tyr-t, -.* . ^JHWL - s®!!'1T**SS1 —T7- SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS a • Mrs. Robinson Is Selected As President Group Composed of One Member From Each Club in City Mrs. Elsie Robinson was elected president of an executive board formed at 5 p. m., Thurs- day, to supervise a day nur- sery school to be established here, operations to begin March 14. The board is made up of a member from each civic club and unit contributing to the school. Other officers chosen includ- ed Miss Virginia Murray, vice president: Dr. George A. Gray, secretary and treasurer. Meeting with the group was Miss Clancy Baldridge, WPA nursery supervisor, who ex- plained in detail the purpose of the school. To Carp For -10 Of the 200 eligible undernour- ished children in Sweetwater, approximately 40 can he cared for at the school. Five workers, including a supervisor, maid, two instructors and a cook are to be chosen today to take charge of the sc...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

laimed By Governor James V. Allred has pro- d g the week beginning "'ft as "Natural Resources for Texas, to be held .. the auspices of the Texas itute of Natural Resources ... Industrial Development. , Accordingly Mayor Luth- {er. M Watson of Sweetwater has added his official endorsement to the program with a local (reclamation. ^ Purpose of the program is to foster and promote by research, Investigation, exhibit and educa- tion, the conservation, orderly development and proper use of the State's natural resources, and to aid in the establishment of industry in Texas. Industrial Era Born J. B. Dube, with the research department of the sponsoring organization, declares that more than 100 kinds of Texas miner- als await development, and that the 1038 Centennial marked the beginning of a true industrial era for the state. Dube outlines three stages of development that led up to the industrial era. First was the pioneer use of the open range and the prairies. Then came the development o...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

ITORIALS FEATURES wm¥ WWW ■ ' V ' .^i;r t NEWS Reporter ■MMMHIMHI SECTN NSWS EDITORIALS] FEATURES VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS, FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 1938 NUMBER 310 .'Sweetwater Joins In Observing National 'Used Car Week' 9 Stimulation of Business One of Campaign's Aims Dealers Here Are to Offer Modern Types * Of Used Automobiles Sweetwater joins in a nation- wide sale of used cars with a group of dealers making a spe- cial offering to prospective buy- ers in today's Reporter. This is ihe opening thrust in a cam- paign to stimulate business all over the country by a gigantic sales camps drive. The Sweet- water motor car dealers join- ing in the nationwide campaign have made special preparations for the event. The used car selling drive is being hailed everywhere as one of the most forward movements in ihe industry. E. M. Lied, president of the National Automobile Dealers as- sociation, declared in a state- ment just, issued: t> Car Owners Hide Key In Same Place, Inadvertently Swap Car...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

mem* S jw t i is purely for defensive purposes foes charged. HlflllM •J 8 * J.V 41125" mam ram ouse iada Afloat ' Itf AlMHion to BuHdin* New Ships, Shipyards 'Are to Be Repaired life J \ WASHINGTON — (UP) — President Roosevelt's $1,113,- 546,000 naval expansion bill was reportedly favorably to the house' along with a "policy" amendment which commits the administration to ultimate es- tablishment of the greatest fight- ing armada afloat. The measure, approved 20 to 3 by the house naval affairs committee, calls for three sup- er-dreadnaughts, two aircraft carriers, nine cruisers, 23 . des troyers, nine submarines, five destroyer tenders, three sub- maririe tenders, 11 seaplane tenders, three repair ships and 950 planes. To Acquire Inventions In addition it authorizes $8,- 000,000 for repair of shipyards and earmarks $30,000,000 for' "experimentation." This em- braces acquisition of strategic inventions, construction of small "mystery ships" — apparently high-powered, torpedo-laden mo-...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

I " ■M | [ M 1 H v r BBKESMiaii X HBp SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS M i ;■* r ' Jiy jid le- ' i? y t rs lii- lal ps. ?n il- o I'O- ip rs l/e, I I'- ll o (th le Ve fa |n- re lr* lin Its Die I12 lr it * •J ■ ' y. Rates Have Injury to termers of U. S. Commercial Agriculture Treaty With England To Be Aided by Trade COLLEGE STATION — The masses of the United States, and especially the farmers, are begin- ning to realize fully that if our commercial agriculture is to be saved there must be a reasonable lowering of our tariff rates, > Deartp}, J. Kyle, of the school of agric&ltjfere at Texas A&M Col- lege, said upon his return from a trip to Las Moines, Iowa, and Washington. D. C. At Des Moines Dean Kyle spoke before the second annual National Farm Institute which had as its program theme the topic: "The Farmers' Stake in Exports and Imports." While in Washington he accompanied the Texas delegation in Congress to extend invitation to Secretary of State Cordell Hull to v...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

wmM which may r„ er"t publlca- rected upon he* of thep ublishers. -i ?.p ' • <>. 0 JISS P' on Thyi Inc. Entei SECTION II—PAfcfe FdtJR SWEETWATER. TEXAS FRlbAY, MARCH 1938 office In. Sweetwater, Texas, George Bennitt and Russell fGS AID tG ARSON to cost the United States 100 million dol- of property each year. That figure has now to a mece fraction and the scientific, f- liook" detective is responsible. The War on b|g brought out instruments which point out tttefendiarist like a screaming siren. instance a warehouse fire supposedly burn- a half million dollars' worth of silver fox pelts, itt a photcmicrographed bit of ash revealed that skins were not silver fox, but rabbit, and this fcvelation brought a confession. The spectroscope, originally by astronomers, has been turned to fuse by the arson fighters, and rubbish from a prned building can be spectrographed to de- line every possible chemical element in the ze—or used to start it. An incendiarist using Shlight powder was cau...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 March 1938

! 1 si ii m j t; I i 1 *) -) -) MADAM COLBERT A PSYCHIC who sees tomor- row. She will tell you how to be successful in business, love and marriage.- Regardless of what your problem may bo she can and will help you. Special readings, 50c. Hours 10 a. m. to 8 p. m. Hotel Ezell, room 9. MADAM ANNA GIVES advise in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. m. to 0 p. m. Camp Joy. AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Minis Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas Buying L'fe Insurance is buying Dollars for future de- livery to the insured or his family. The fulfillment of such a contract should be entrusted to a strong, con- servative institution, with a record of successful man- agement. On this basis the Southwestern Life Insur- ance Company invites com- parison, and solicits your business. Joe H. Boothe, Rep. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 CEDAR Special On Permanents Eugene Waves.... $2.00 Others Priced Right Phone 24-19 AUTO LOANS Cash to register your car, pay local bills, reduce payment on you...

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

ril Service ml 5 V:, ' p Determine If Employes Be fev Given Examinations LUBBOCK—A special amend- ment election April 5 will de- termine whether certain clas- , ses of Lubbock 's city employes shall be placed under civil ser- vice regulations. Duties of the civil service board, as sot up under the pro- posed amendment, would be to provide for appointment and employment in all positions of employment classes affect, as based on merit, efficiency, char- acter and industry. It would observe regulations of dismissal and reinstatement of employes and investigate the function of <he civil service. According to present provi- sions. the civil service examina- tions would apply to police and fire departments, as well as pub- lic utility employes of the city. In addition, certain administra- tive offices were expected to be placed under competitive rules. Federal Loans to Wool Growers SAN ANGELO — Government leans on West Texas warehouse! receipts of wool on a net basis of 23 to 24 1-2 ce...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

On Lost Plane o % V <c Ilescuers seeking the Trans- continental Western airliner forced down near Fresno be- lieve the only hope lor the nine persons aboard was that the plane, landed intaet in an eight-foot cushion of snow on the mountains east of Fres- no. Hostess of the plane was Margaret H. Wilson, top. Among the six passengers were Mary and Tracy Dirlam, students in Stanford Univer- sity. I * Death Victim's Relatives Sought Efforts were being made last night to locate relatives or friends of R. E. Stanley, about 70, who died at 1.20 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the Sweetwater Hospital of pneu- monia. He had been under an oxygeno tent since Thursday night. Stanley, /ho M. nday night became ill in ;> Sweetwater hotel room, told fiis physician that he was a minister and that he had lived in Statonville, Tenn. Further investigation re vealed that he had once held a pastorate in Royce City, Tex as. A telegram sent to Staton- ville last night was answered by a Mr. Stanley who ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

•>. •••"• 9UNBAY, MAtfcH 6, ems Day Programs Presented By Women's Clubs Friday Curry Represent Athenaeums In observance of Texas Day an interesting program was presented by the leader, Mrs. L. C. Curry at the Friday afternoon meeting of the Athenaeum Club in the home of Mrs. George Barber. She first introduced Mrs. Grace Faver and Miss Mozelte Brothers of the Philip Nolan school who in turn introduced the members of the octette of the choral group, who sang two numbers. They were Mary Ila ITllom, David Elrod, Betty Sue Curry, Carl Bennitt, May Beth Butler, Evelyn Meyer, John Berry and W. O. Schultz. The nuisic was followed by a three part picture show of timely interest. The first show was "Texas Under Six Flags", in color, then the life history of Frances Scott Key. and last a short talkie on the Social Sec- urity program of the govern- ment. The federated club wo- men of America endorsed the enactment of this law. Mr... Barber, assisted by her daughter Dorothy, served attrac- t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

$M fSB * t 4 * * l - ;* • • -.« ; lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 8388 *■%;?*> Women's Interest Clubs - Churches Music Study Club's Final Concert To Be English Born Baritone To Conclude Series bringing to a triumphal close ®the Hollywood Musical Arts Con- certs, presented here this sea- t son by the Music Study Club of Sweetwater, the conceit Tues- ^ day evening will introduce John tie Blois, bass-baritone, a new name to concert audiences. Born in London of American parents, Mr. de Blois has acquir- (jed the culture of both nations'. He is a graduate of Yale and a post-graduate student at Ox- - ford. • The concert is to begin at 8 t o'clock at the municipal audi- torium and all season tickets will be honored. Individual tickets for the last of the five concerts may be purchased at the door • for seventy-five cents "or adults and twenty-five cents for students. • Choral Club Guests The high school choral club! -members will be guests of the| 'music club and all junior high I cho...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs : # WWPi 1 w ^§i *V. SUNDAY, MARCH 6, 1938 George Bennitfe air.J RtS Pubs. M p t'¥. tnd Aaa did that which i«w good and right in • 0f09 of the Lord hit Gnd.—lf Chronicle* U2. Notaian has a right to do as he pJeaewe, exc«| when he pleases l« <lu ri^lil.—C. Simmons. ■■BP —— o— - V OUT-OF-DOOR TEEMS P WITH'A NEW SEASON AT HAND | These are days when it is inspirational to tret out into the country and see mile after mile of soil laid up \ by waiting for 'seeding. In striking contrast are other f. expanses of green shooting up under the warmth of the ' "Spring sun. The whole out-of-doors seems to be teem- ** ing with the promise of a new season. Even the March winds cannot take away the hopes that are promised of fulfillment. They may ... blow and carry the loose soil and dust hut this is "4*i a month of bluster that we go through to earn the • compensations of future months. () — FAIR GROUNDS ARENA NOW INADEQUATE FOR SALES E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

■n Is Is • 1(1 1° Is • |e r • Ik lr '3 C t t * — s f ' • J ose First Coaches Pat 40 Squadmen " Through Paces * Veteran Backfield Men Challenged By Reagan Recruits An even 40 Mustang hopefuls went through preliminary paces in spring practice the past week, under the direction of Coach Laurance Priddy and Adrian Clark, assistant coach. Job of building a new line was tackled by the coaches, with an array of green material showing deter- mination. The coaches were able- only to get a line on what they may expect the past week. Squadmen out, showing their status or playing year for the 3938 season, are described by the coaches. They show several shifts to fill in gaps, particular- ly at center and guard, with end and tackle positions better fortified with experience. Center Candidates Autrey Gill, junior, one year on squad, played fullback last year; Garland Raybon, senior, two years, former tackle, and O. H. Berry, junior, no experience. Guard Positions Robert Allen, senior, two years o...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

SUNDA1 L Malta r Prevalent l^tw^ Aw Given |fi IT; Oae Blind Case, Dm to Syphilis. Found Morbidity in general was above tne average in Nolan county during Febi(..iry, pneu- monia taking the largest toll. Contagious discease was re- duced to a small number with undulant fever, both acute and chronic, coming into the lime- light' 'in this area. In 'he monthly report of the Nolan County Health Unit, 15 cases-of chickenpox, one diphth- eria, five scarlet fever and 15 Malta or undulant fever, were contacted for the 28-day period. One -case of diphtheria was brought in from Fisher county and treated. Schick tests were given to 21 children. Syphilis Causes Mlindness Three cases of syphilis were reported to the unit. One case' of blindness due to the venereal disease was discovered in Sweet- water, another of the cases is bordering on insanity, Dr. Geo.. A. Gray, director, said. Tuberculin tests were given to 17 people during February. Fourteen examinations of posi- tive reactors were made i...

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