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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 March 1938

•> ■j O «• A 1 t r ft © ' « i * i i i • JKK fCTfpil r, mar. 9o,1m8 SWEETWATER HEPOfeTEi, SWtiCT*ATOK,TEK*S I* « CLASSIFIED LOST: Monday night, in down- town district, child's white fur scarf. Please call 2121. SPECIAL NOTICE Zone meeting in Abilene, March 31st, P. G. M., VV. S. Cook will he the speaker. Meet at hall at 6 p. m. C. D. Conley, W. M. J. S. Schooler, Sec. AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. Joe H. Boothe. •10NES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene. Waves.... $2.00 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 # apartments for rent FOR RENT: Nicely furnished • apartment in brick building, close in with Frigidaire. 407 A East Third St., duil 2101. FOR RENT: Three room fur- nished apartment, hot water, utilities paid. 701 \V. 3rd St. FOR RENT: 2 furnished light houseke...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 March 1938

s$mm n . '-Mi" rgs« " ; -S,; v-sg '"i ®s Vloto u4 Dorothy Tuscola ate visiting A. B. Carman of Pand Mr. and Mrs. Bert of Sweetwater. m * * I Mrs. Everett Burks oa City are to Join Mr. A. B. Carman and " of Roscoe in Abilene to- o visit Mrs. I. P. Burks. ♦ it Wastelln Baptist church f the attendance banner at B.T.U. meeting held Sun- ' In Buford. * W. Arledge, Jr., who is tving treatment in the John Hospital, Galveston, is Bring nicely. Young Ar- was accompanied to Gal- by his family who re- Sunday. He suffered se- b injuries recently when he struck on the head by a ^ Person, who was trying to steal j\ Apiedge car. * * * fr . R. L. Churchill is report- 1' to be improving from a se- 18> operation she underwent Thursday in the Young Hos- pitytl, Roscoe. Slkfe ■ * * * E. H. Pearl, district engineer for the state department of health, was here yesterday con- ferring with Roy Duckett, city engineer, and the Nolan County Health unit personnel. * * * Mr. and Mi's. Bi*h Kgbert of Floydada...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

J4 ■ v NB $21,000 Filtration Project Approved ) i •j i r> fi / V Congressman Clyde L. Gar- rett Wednesday advised City Manager S. H. Bothwell by wire that Sweetwater's applica- tion for a WPA grant to re- build and enlarge the city fil- tration plant has been granted In Washington. The project, in- volving approximately $21,000, now awaits work orders from H. P. Drought, Texas director in San Antonio. This improvement includes addition of two filters to give additional capacity of a million gallons a day at the plant, brick and concrete construction to enlarge the mixing chamber, a brick building for storage of materials and supplies, and a garage. liabor Provisions The setup calls for the feder- al government to advance appro- ximately $7,000 on the project, the remainder to come from the proceeds of the water depart- ment. It calls for $3,126 in un- skilled labor, $1,116 intermedi- ate and $1,320 skilled labor, in addition to supervisory provi- sions. Work cannot start until th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

wSfm ■■ m ,C. Webb, Jr. jHBUS _7-38 term of El Paso . at a cost of $83,815.23. _ pupils, ranging in ago l six to 15 years, attended 19 I elementary schools. Webb the average cost per year ; re-education of "flunking" sters is $50. i ' The percentage of failures was . The highest failure total found in schools for pupils Mexican descent. [^However, looming larger in , reasons for failures in these ticular schools than the bi- pual handicap is part time in- uction and private life condi- lis," Webb said. phe survey showed 3,131 child- of 16,000 attending local lie schools are over age, an- er cause of failures. fi "Still another reason for fail* _j is the lack of uniform grad- | and promotion system in all .^■Boools," Webb said. "Even this iikw in school work will be cor- ■Bfir _ ; 1^# rected in several years with continuance of the 12-grade s; tem," El Paw Has Little Crime EL PASO — El Paso had less crime during 1937 than any of the five largest cities of Texas, according to uniform ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

-'v • l< IS |e. •! • flfCUitAY, MA(Wh Si. l9*8 f Umdm SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Nolan County Enumeration Ends Enumerators to Have Until June 1 To Make Reports Decrease Expected in Most of Districts Throughout the County Today is the deadline for city and rural scholastic census, enumeration having continued during the month of March. While all information has to lie secured today, the solicitors have until June 1, to submit their tabulated forms to Mrs. Virginia E. Stanfield, county su- perintendent. Mrs. Stanfield and deputy. Mrs. Mildred Shuff, expect to submit the roll to the state de- partment by .July 1. Approvals from the depart- ment usually reach the county superintendent's office before July 31, since that is the month that all school transfers must be made. A decrease is expected in most all county districts, Mis. Stan- field staled. "This is probably duo to the decreasing1 births in Nolan county, as in all sections," said the superintendent. The model for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

f life, # AGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1938 second class matter office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1920. George Bennitt and Russell- Bennitt, Put* thingt be done decently and in order.— 'Victory Is In Sight' urn* 14f40. is heaven's first law.—Pope. LOSE RUGGED riDUALISM IN DOLE ' You can lead an elk to hay—and he will stay right ere. He will lose his individualism. He will become lazy to forage for himself. That sad commentary on elk nature comes from ^Thomas J. Allen. Jr., regional director of the Na- tional Park Service, who now states that he and his men are unable to solve a problem created by Itheir own kindness. 1st summer tney grew some hay to give to the when the snow got so deep the animals couldn't for themselves. Now that the hay is gone the elk fuse to leave the place where it was stacked. More- irer, they have become so fond of the easy life that |iey won't get out and get their own food and they ex- d&Ct the government to continue them on the ha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

MARCH 31, 193S Second Program For Sweetwater Staged By Legion Oscar McDonald Post Announces Inter-City Contests On Schedule * * ~ -J • # • • ** • • • • <\ % # • * * * Tonight at 8 o'clock Sweetwat- er amateurs square away in Municipal Auditorium for the second card of the Oscar Mc- Donald jiost American Legions sponsored AAU program, when boxers from Abilene and Big Spring will tangle with locals to supplement the continuation of the city eliminations. Trainer Bobby Clark is not announcing in advance the boys who will be paired, as lie wants to see who is in the best con- dition for the matches. Abilene and Big Spring are reported bringing topnotch amateurs for the widely heralded Sweetwater swatters, and naturally Clark wants his best boys to bo match- ed with the visitors. There is doubt that H. M. Foster will be on the card to- night. as lie is reported to have a slight ailment that may pre- clude his appearance. However, there are plenty of good boys for the heavy divisions, ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

■——■■■ -, . , . . ^ - . ---1 yr-T-f-r Are To Be Held Saturday , Us! Be Named County Board Members Are to Be Selected by Voters The annual election of rural 1: school trustees Is to be held Sat- urday in 13 districts where 26 istees of the various schools |KJj| are to be elected for a year. tlHffir Ballots have been printed and are ready for voting boxes. On • the ballots were 45 names from Which are to be selected local /j trustees. The Brownlee district ' has 10 candidates, seven of whom are to be elected. The large number to be elected oc- curred since the district's ap- plication for independence last year. At that time seven were appointed temporarily. Three county board members are to be selected, terms expir- ing in precincts 1, 2 and 4. Names on the ballots for these offices follow: Precinct 1, A. J. Hunter, re- election; precinct 2, A. H. Me- Elmurray, re-election: precinct 4, W. W. Youngblood. Names of Candidates Trustees names and the dis- trict they represent follow: Bitt...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

. 51 'K ' \ ''if M — HnH o * J* r* r • i Pfipw El , ■ - V.^TtI V?- ■?Jr ■ SETWATER M " " ' " •*r trr . : -' >y.-: ■ • ■ ■ W&i® •: By SweetwatW"* Own Cartooalst Bob of Jmtge and Mm. R. C. "i e, «01 Ka t Third St, Bwoetwater BY ROYfi ! jvc spotrV^:f.E^^?] * «> LttHT AND FOUND o LOST or Strayed: Male Ger- man Police puppy, answers to name of "Sandy." Reward if returned to 906 Pine St. HPEC1.1L NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Minis Hldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today • can save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. Joe H. Boothc. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves.... $2.00 Other Permants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT: Nicely furnished apartment in brick building, close in with Frigidaire. 407 East Third St., dial 2101. FOR RENT: 2 furnished light housekeeping rooms to adults only. Close in. Utilities paid. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 March 1938

F? Friday — Saturday — Monday . ' Spring and Summer Frocks 1 Group and prints in crepes, chiffon*, and marquisettes, lues! Regularly Now 5.95 4.76 7.75 6.20 12.75 10.20 14.75 11.80 16.75 13.40 19.75 15.80 22.50 18.00 Kayser Panties 78c Regularly 1.00 3 Lengths . . . Pure Thread Silk Uten's Shorts and Shirts - - - - 18c Regularly 25c Ribbed Shirts and Broadcloth Shorts I Spring Coats and Suits 1 Group Toppers and full lengths . . in high shades, navy, grays, beiges and tweeds. Regularly Now 12.75 9.56 14.75 11.06 16.75 12.56 / 19.75 14.81 22.50 16.87 29.75 22.31 Clean-Up On Silks 1 lot pretty printed crepes in light and dark grounds and pastel dotted satins. Regularly 1.00 yd. 2 yards for 99c 1 Group Men's Suits Light and dark grays, tans and Itltics . . . all wool ... in varied styles. Kiddies' Panties and Bloomers 2 for 25c Regularly 2.V anil 20c each. Itayon and tearose. Sizes 2 lo II ill pink Luncheon Squares 48c 5.1x5:$ Plaids ... in blues, greens, yellows, browns and reds. Fast...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 April 1938

rr-.v^'-f *i lp • -v;- OHSAM rly Passage Of WASHINGTON — (UP) — Rising opposition to President Roo- sevelt^ government reorganization bill today forced administra- tion leaders to qualify their prediction that the measure would be approved by the house this week. As debate resumed in the house, the senate passed and sent to the house the Glass bill, ex- tending powers of the Recon- struction Finance corporation to lend to business and political subdivisions. A new tide of telegrams and letters opposing the reorganiza- tion bill roiled in on congress, and Speaker William Bankhead said that final action might be postponed until next week if many amendments were offer- ed. Republican support of the sen- ate finance committee's revised tax bill was promised by Minor- ity Leader Charles McNary of Oregon. TVA Quiz Now Up To President WASHINGTON — (UP) — The senate completed legisla- tive action for a joint congres- sional investigation into the Tennessee Valley Authority by accepting hous...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 April 1938

; &WEETWATEA, W®S§ APRIL FRIDAY, Gulf Bowlers S Eligible To In District at In SweetwAter County Interscholastic track and field contests, ned from Saturday on ac- t of a downpour of rain, scheduled for tomorrow at an stadium. Dalton Hill, land, is chairman of the etics committee of the lea- and with a corps of assist- Hl is prepared to run off the i, in one day, weather per- m- ior rural events are sche- Jto start at 9 o'clock Satur- lorning. Junior class B f will open at 10:30 o'clock, afternoon at 2 o'clock igsenipr rural division is set ,, opening gun, and the Ojoi' class B features are on OUTSTANDING Page 6 -4- Defeat Paces Gulf bowlers took three games from the Paces in the Sweet- water league Thursday night despite the fact the losers had a total handicap of 156 and took high game honors with 197 and for the evening for three games with 524. Hawkins rolled thefee high scores. > Pace Bros. Hawkins . 107 137 100 524 Whitaker . 115 157 09 371 Pace .81 150 102 333 Blind . ....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 April 1938

i; 0 fresh Reg:. 20c per lb. Walking Past Our Shelves and Count era, assembling your order, is a discovery in economy. You make your selections from clean, fresh displays of nationally advertised foods—each display plainly marked with our low price made possible by our quantity buying and low overhead. You save all along your order—not on just a feu specials. (irovery Prices In Effect Friday Afternoon, Saturday, Monday * Fresh Country JP c EGGS * 2 Dozen Heart's Delight Fruit Cocktail 2 tall cans '! No. 2 cans 29c Dried Fruit Sale 29c 25c 29c CHOICE APRICOTS 2 lbs CHOICE I'EACHES 2 lbs. CHOICE APPLES 2 lbs 25c TOMATOES GLO COAT jq"T's "• It FOLGERS COFFEE WHI Quart 9sc Mar^« -• I If III) Ml AY J«h"son's pt 59c KAIdSNd LIQUID WAX ^CRACKERS 2JC SALAD DRESSING 5c OLIVES 10c !5c CRISCO 3 ,, ,, 54c CHERRIES l":crc"' 15c PEAS7„ "aLTir*si,u"' 25c TOILET TISSUE Whll"ES;„lrrs.2;: TUNA M'sca"n 15c MARSHMALLOWS T " 15c CHUM SALMON 2 ,, 25c Del Monte Pineapple Juice l(i o/.. can TOMATO JUICE SP...

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

pi . JB ragli ' '> ; ■ • • Hi " > •; -> if . . " ' • * r- t . upon be- of thep ublishers. REPORTER-Features PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 Published each afternoon also Sunday morning: andtta on- Thursday by The Sweet Inc. Entered as second class office in Sweetwater, Texas, George Bennitt and Russell Bttiattt, 'f hit God doth inttruct him to ditcretion, and temch hin\.—Isaiah 28:26. Discretion in speech is more than eloquence.— Ml. Sue | [tpor nt v. ilani lletic an is 1 to ICQ'S LACK OF SILVER / MARKET BRINGS CRISIS llPPpStii spite of the fact that many officials high in government of Mexico made statements to the contrary, the cessation of the purchase of silver by the United States, has added a mighty sour note to the Jubilation that followed seizure of the privately owned oil properties below the border. Uncle Sam was playing the role of real benefactor to Mexico in buy- ing silver at 45 cents an ounce for which we were delivering gold. In feet, the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 April 1938

FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ■ail # Mussolini Hints Of '3rd Victory' • In Spain's War Hitler Says Truce With Catholic Church *0 Almost Impossible Copyright by IT1* LONDON—(UP)— Now con- q demnation was heaperl upon the Nazi-Fascist dictators today as Generalissimo Francisco Fran- co's Spanish insurgents drove closer to victory in eastern Spain with Ltalian black-shirts in their vanguard. Italy's 53.000,000 people and the world in general juggled with the puzzle of what Premier £ Benito Mussolini meant by his privately-stated prediction that a "third victory" is in store for his Fascist war machine after Franco's Spanish victory has been gained. 0 A widespread belief that II Duce believes war to be im- minent and inescapable had an adverse affect on the liourse in Rome, driving down leading aviation and industrial shares D as much as II! points. No Hope Of IVacr While Adolf Hitler, in a rous- ing Austrian plebiscite speech at Frankfort-On-Main, told wi...

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

sip"' swEvrwAiK tmom FRIDAY, AFWfc I. 19S* iinl ewr lleti its nek , Refuse, Rubbish •Hi Hedge Ttfi*- Mttlf* Npt Included; SeMUile Is Planned Notices are in the mails and Me been handed by teachers school children calling at- ntion of all residents to the up week April 3 to 9, in- >us$ve. The city is to receive a thor- [h cleaning through eoopera- of County Sanitarian Ties V. Carney and officials who are providing trucks haul away garbage, refuse ,d trash. Trash, tin cans, rubbish and 'bage will be handled when in containers that can picked up and destroyed. It 11 not be hauled away unless compact containers, and plat- convenient to the street here the trucks traverse, ac- rding to members of the No- County Health unit. o wo Divorce Suits iled With Clerk divorce petitions have n filed with Mrs. Myrtle bertson, district clerk in Mrs. Bertha Wade asks paration from W. E. Wade, Maggie Wilson petitions di- orce from Floyd Earl Wilson. ion ind Jan Two een tober phich ep. fcind Is This ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 April 1938

- i ' v, April l, waft CLASSIFIED m I 11 \ l T\l I;vtu DAD Dnvm iyr and found LOST or Strayed: Male Ger- man Police puppy, answers to name of "Sandy." Reward if returned to 906 Pine St. ICIAIi NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mjrns Bldg. Dial 581 ^ Vbilene, Texas Safety is of importance in the buying of life insurance, but the careful buyer today #an save money without sac- rificing anything in the way of security. Joe H. Boothe. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar Eugene Waves.... $2.00 Other Pennants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2449 IJpOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT: Bedroom, close in adjoining bath. Private en- trance, very reasonable. Ap- ply 507 Locust St. I^R RENT—Nicely furnished bedroom with private bath. Phone 2231. Many From Here At nichardxon's Kites A large number of Sweetwat- er friends attended funeral ser- vices at 3:30 p. m., Wednesday aftsiater's Chapel for Dr. F. J. Richardson, 72, a retired pioneer physician of this county. Among the group were Mrs. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 April 1938

mm tates FRIDAY, APRIL 1, 1*88 bit . Ella Patton, county ilth nurse, is ill at her room Elm Street. She is suffering a sore throat. MiMifs Saiiy Kiikin anti t'lau- iline McKinney of "the Roscoe school faculty were here late Wednesday visiting Miss Eak- iti's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Eakin. They were accompa- nied by Miss McKinney's moth- er who lives in Sherman and who is visiting her daughter -this week. * * * Mrs. Virgil Absher of Roscoe was among the out of town visi- tors here Wednesday. * * * Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Miller of Rotan were guests Wednesday of their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Kiker. * * * Mrs. Lavonia Nail aiul Min. Claud Weems of Rotan spent Wednesday here with friends. * * * Mi*. H. O. Dean and Mrs. Jack Armstrong expect to leave Sat- urday for Austin to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sheppard. Mr. Sheppard is state comptroller. * * * Mrs. J. li. Hornbuckle and Mrs. In F. Hawley spent Wed- nesday in San Angelo. Mrs. Horn buckle's mother acco...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

""Iff ■*Sr ., ff , .:VSTJ.- - *?' '• V' &J llf J White Flat Wins Rural School County League Title n w . ★ ★ ★ ★ * ***¥*★★★★** I ■ v Reagan Junior Hi Takes Class B Championship Highland School Annexes Ward Division With 112 Points, Blackwell Second White Flat won the rural di- vision of the Nolan County In- terschotastic League contests held in Sweetwater over a per- iod. two weeks and amassed the highest total of points in any division in the all-around cham- pionship rating with 198. John H. Reagan junior high school took the class B high school division with 160 points, and Highland annexed the ward school competition with 112. Other Standings following White Klat in the rural section was Brownlee, 102 points; Hylton, 79.5; Ada, -18.5; Blackland. 30: Bittercreek 8; and Cottonwood failed to place. Runner-up to Reagan in class 1.5 was Highland. 151 points; Blackwell 41; and Divide 40. Close Results In the ward division Black- well was close to Highland with 108 points; Divide 10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 April 1938

SP J SUNDAY, Al RIt , 1M8 lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2388 % Meet At ' • ... V ercreek « 1 G i .*■ Bittercreek Home Demonstra- tion club will entertain the No- te! County Federation of Wom- an's Clubs at the Bittercreek school Saturday. A Texas Day program will be MaturM. Beginning at 11 o'clock in the morning the school child- ren will present the program and Mrs. L. C. Vinson will tell the Mory of "Texas Under Six ♦lags." A luncheon will be serv- ed at noon. The Euterpean Music Club of Blackwell will present the af- ternoon program, stressing folk- lore in cowboy, Indian and mountain music. Eveiy member club of the county federation is urged to send a representative to the meeting. Bittercreek is just south of Lake Sweetwater and a good highway leads to the school. * * * Newman High PTA To Meet Monday The third session of the New- man high school parent-teacher association for the 1937-38 term Is slated for Monday afternoon in the school auditorium. The program is to be open...

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