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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

m Mi j*M> •«& £Mi£ fl "Bathroom Fixtures Tend To Held at m In Muny Building Lumbermen, Realtors, Architects, Contractors And Others Invited New amendments to the Na- tional Housing act will be dis- cussed and explained in a spe- cial meeting called for Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock in munici- pal auditorium. R. E. Sikes, mortgage conference represen- tative of FHA, will be in charge of the discussion, according to announcement by William H. Clark, Jr., of Dallas, state di- rector. Invitations to the conference include lumber dealers, realtors, architects, contractors, represen- tatives of financial institutions, newspapers, utilities and all in- terested in building construction and repairs. New I'liin Projected KHA representatives also will outline sales possibilities of the new state-wide program. This is especially important to lum- ber dealers, says the announce- ment of Clark, and they are urged to attend themselves and to require their employees to at- tend. An informal...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

2£, 1938 SWEETWATER, TEXAS MONDAY, PAGE FOUR What Does the Catcher Say? •r every houae it builded by tome man; but built all things it God.—Hebrew* 3;4. A foe to God was never a true friend to man.— George SYLVANIA BREWS I POLITICAL MESS • , Pennsylvania is the first state to furnish an odifer- smell occasioned by an attempt to utilize WPA ' workers for their ballots in the coming elections. An investigations by G-men is in the offing as the charges of coercion have been rushed to Washington. It is just as well that Pennsylvania furnish the proving ground for this type of election maneu- vering. Political observers have looked upon the WPA and other forms of government spending as affording dangerous threats to our ballot sys- tem. If Pennsylvania puts on a demonstration of how WPA is used to recruit voters, other states can be on the lookout and guard against it. At- tempts to influence those who are being given work on WPA projects should be summarily dealt with. Probably the reas...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

• • "• '^4 it-i^:\'i.'z j %'w-' -jt, SWEETWATER, TEXAS h ' ImgiileEB^kaMS ■ • ; • • • • • ■t • n • • N • m • • I • • • • MZZY DEAN PROVES HE'S WORTH THAT $250,000 TAG WRIGLEY FIELD — (UP)— Dizzy Dean settled once and for all that his $250,000 right arm is completely sdund by whipping his old bedfellows, the St. Louis Cardinals, with a four-hit pitch- ing masterpiece. A skeptical Sunday crowd of 34,520 saw Diz register his second victory of the season for the Chicago Cubs, 5 to 0. Using a crafty change of pace, Dean retired the side in order in the first, fourth, sev- enth, eighth and ninth and scat- tered his hits over four innings. The fire still was in his fast ball but he held it back until he fell into holes with men on base in the second and sixth. Knew Weak Spots Eight days ago, Dean was an unhappy member of the rough- house Cards. He worked with them for six years and he knew every weakness of every regu- lar but one—Terry Moore, who drove two doubles into left field. Rookies...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

iSSsLV-1. •••>*{ <?>.• './*+,■,•■■' :3[ • -y^?' ■: .■■ <■'*&■•': ""- ■ ■ ■ -' J - alls Entertains WTCC Convention $Wk r! ft< 5 ;r Kp& tfO- ■-ai* •s.x-viii,'- -*£* ptfefc iIHHSI *'a Wichita Kails, "the city (hat faith Iwilt," is en terlahiiug the twentieth annual conven- tion of the West Texas Chamber of Conimer re, April 24 to 27. The conclave, lo attract thou- sands of visitors, opened Sunday and will con tiniie through Wednesday. Tuesday afternoon, Mayor Kiorcllo H. LaCuardia, left, mayor of \ e\v York «'itv, will address a convention assem- bly. Wednesday morning, l". S. Senator Tom Co nnaliy, of Texas, n ill speak. Miss Elizabeth lluff, eenter, as "Miss Wichita Kails," is the official WTCC convention hostess, and Ihc host city's "Oi 1 Queen." Cake Making Is Discussed At Club Meeting Miss Christine Czako Outlines Methods of Mixing and Baking By MRS. JOHN HOLT DIVIDE ''There are three mcjst important things to remem- ber in ^baking an angel and sponge "take,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

1&1S mm tm 1 • I I i i? H gkf 4s..] , ); JSpd 1?$®# I ^*$r-w .' v- ■ Reporter Classified Advertising OlRBsified nds accepted until noon for putilicntion Knmc day: until r> p. tn. Hat urday for the Sunday Kdition. (Jhangcn and cancellatiouu miiHt be made by satno time. LINK RATB 3 linca M times ...... 75c 3 Hues ft timed (1 week) $1.20 3 lines 2 times 60c 25 tiuieq (I month) per lifie $1.00 Rates for more than 3 linea in proportion. 5 Hverage words are counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 time L f 0c per inch 2f> times (1 month) $0.00 jier inch Ad ordered by telephone are accept- ed from pairons listed in the telephone or city directory on memorandum charge;'in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly week nd .ru ns. Ads ordered for more than one inser- tion. but cancelled before expiratiou date, are charged at rate actually earned. Errors in ads must be reported at once, as the reporter does not assume responsi- bility for more than one i...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

ss mm ' -i^yj lave on Measure *i • Department At Roscoe Adds Latest Equipment t Planning to Build SI Warship*. 2 Aircraft furriers. 25 Submarines " WASHINGTON—(UP)—Ger- many's armed might is being augmented by a fleet that will equal any in the world on a "ship fol- ship" basis, according to confidential reports received by the navy department. reports, the United Press wajg informed today, show that Germany is building, or has ap- propriated funds for, a total of 51 ^warships, including five su- peMreadnaughts, two aircraft cairiers, three heavy cruisers, foqr light cruisers, 12 destroy- era-and 25 submarines. President Roosevelt's $1,157,- OOWXH) navy expansion program calls for construction of only three battleships, two aircraft carriers, nine light cruisers, 2:? destroyers and nine submarines, a total of 46. "On a ship for ship basis." a high navy official said, "the new- German navy would be at least the equal and perhaps the su- perior of any in the world up- on completion of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

k \ f ! * f *1 v/ir In Nation's ****** ****** T- + T> T ****** RECORD FLOOD IS FEARED ON GUADALUPE ;#*C. Cuero River Has Inundated 5,000 Acres Farm Land Trinity River Two Feet Above Flood Stage And Continue? Steady Rue VICTORIA — (UP) — Resi- dents of Victoria and lowland farmers today feared a record flood on the Guadalupe river. The river was seven feet above the danger mark ' at a virtual standstill near 28 feet, but in western Victoria merch- ants and residents moved their property to safety. Farmers along the stream took their livestock to higher ground. Cause of the fear was a re- port that flood waters from the Cuero area were expected here tonight. If the Cuero flood does not pass by, observers said it will be caught here by more water coming from Gonzales where crecks and lowlands were full. May Exceed UCtli Stage Should the two crests meet, observers believed the river would exceed the record flood of July, 1936, when the river reached a crest of 31.4 feet. Thousands of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

DiMaggie P^WT YORK — (UP) — The fHttsburgh Pirates ran their Inaugural winning streak to sev- en games when they rallied for four runs in the eighth to heat the -Chicago Cuhs 8-fi in one of the two national league games not rained out. Pittsburgh, only undefeated club in the majors, had put on a !our-run burst in the fifth to take a two-run lead, but the Cubs pushed four home in the seventh. Arky Vaughan's sin- gle wtth the bases loaded brought in the first pair of tal- lies in the winning rally. Gus Buhr's single put the Pirates one run ahead and Brubaker doubled home Suhr for the final counter. Tony Lazzeri hit the only home run of the game for Chicago. Bauer? and Brown com- bined to scatter 11 hits to the Cubs with the victory going to the latter who hurled the final two innings. Four Chicago hurl- ers were solved for 12 with the Joss being charged to Bob Logan. Rods Beat Cards In the other game. Paul Der- ringer pitched the Cincinnati Reds to a 5-0 shutout over the St. Louis Car...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

o Children Begin To Demand Choice 3 Of Their Toys Manufacturers to Display Their Products at Fair; 3 War Toys Are Fading NEW YORK —(UP) — The American Toy Manufacturers association has announced on 3the eve of the annual toy fair that children now are begin- ning to demand choice of toys, and the trend is decidedly to- ward more complicated and ^educational playthings than their parents would pick out. Director .lames I,. Kri said that toy consumption is on i lie- rise. The reason is American toys and their "acceptance by -'educators as essential factors iu child development", he said. Among the 15,000 new toys on display will he remote con- trol barnyards, prefabricated jhousos in every style, tourists camps, electric pencils for woodburning, printing presses, magic guns that "shoot" pic- tures on walls, streamline au- tos, trains, trailers, and planes, ^skyscraper equipment, and road building machinery, polaris- copes, projectors and a bumper crop of new games. I'Vtr the girls the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

pi? George Bennltt aftd fPHREt snjp ;;v ** ' ■<* ■ " ;•- -,• TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1938 do 1 put mfy trust.—Pttdm* who inuta Men Will make fewer mi* dun he who distrusts them.—Cavour. 'I Like to Watch You Wore' JV .? • 4:\ •VI * i .*# 3f tf 2 *5 * * ; j s* t 3 3 •« | s r r /ATER DISPLAYS HJRAGING SIGNS "Sweetwater is displaying encouraging signs along With other West Texas cities in building for the future. There has been a continuous program of remodeling and enlarging of business houses. Future plans, already an- nounced, promise that this feature of development of our city will continue on the upgrade in the coming months. These substantial investments that are being made in Sweetwater should be an inspiration to everyone. They indicate that confidence is running high- There is no lack of faith. This demonstration has indicated itself to be widespread with a number participating throughout the city. There is no substitute for building to show the direc- tion in which a city is mo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

II it* 10 ■it III 111 ?, St IW lo- lie ]"• ry |r- a In- l>n# ■re jrt |e • lit ■nt It h : • Parked Cars Are Not Immune to Accidents. Texas Report Shows in., kin In \ / What were most of the driv- ers, who participated in acci- dents in Texas last month, do- ing at the time? Of a total of 1365 automobiles involved, 1002 of the drivers were going straig- ht.through to a death toll of 88 persons and the injuries of 466 people. Of this group, property damage resulted in 488 of the accident^ Down the line numerically comes those drivers who were making left turns at the time of their accidents. These number only 104 and resulted in two dead and 44 injured. "Those who contend the saf- st thing to do while driving or owning an automobile is to park may find no "safety" there. During March 50 cars were smashed while parked. Two per- sons were killed and 17 injured. The report gave no evidence of the location of the parked cars —whether along a country road where traffic is slow or on a hi...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

I • 11 mmiiM ■■a" ■ BBMHfll jSfh& '..^ >:?' '■f," fc - Today • rty TeHs Therab No i In West Texas FALLS — (UP)— of Tut&a, vice presi- the independent Petro- vipssociation of America, Texans today to pro- e4r greatest resource, oil. was principal speaker ;il the oil conference of the West f Texas Chamber of Commerce. I|S declared that the industry had kept pace with mounting tastes toy increased drilling and increased production efficiency. Ss^h progress, lie said, "cannot be maintained indefinitely." Mayor Fiorello LaGuardia Avas to give the principal address of the day at 3 p m. Society Calendar Freddie Bartholomew, In Debt, Struggles To Make A Comeback i Beauty Revue Held WICHITA FALLS—( UP ) — The annual West Texas Cham- ber of Commerce convention veered to the amusement side last night, as dozens of beauty queen nominees paraded in an oil festival revue. The nominees sought the title of "Miss West Texas." Sen. Tom Connally of Texas presided at the revue. Miss Inez May...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

sbsaw sb & L ,. H Mi*! '' «®W *s S^®9k ■■ T \ W>'< <!*'$ CL ASSIFIED Reporter Classified Advertising ClMUlfird «• M pt«d nntll noon for publication *n,e d,f: hsvii p'/s' urilny f r l#e Sunday KdlUon. OhMgoi and ranrrllation« must be made by saino link rate a linns 3 tiroes — --7Sn n Imihh * f'nes (1 wnek) $1.20 8 lines 2 times --®0« 25 times (1 month) per line — $1.00 Rot«H for more than 8 lines in proportion, i 5 average words a*e counted to each line. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY 1 tirnn —, 50c P*r 25 times (1 month) -__$6.00 per Inch Ads ordered by telephone are accept- ed from patrons listed in the telephone or rity directory on memorandum f charge; in return for this courtesy the advertiser is expected to remit promptly week ad runs. Ads ordered for inore than one inser- tion, hilt cancelled befor* expiration <)nt'>, are charged at rate actually earned. Errors in ads must be reported at once, ns ih ' reporter does not assume responsi- bility for more than one incorrect...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 April 1938

!i> •. uHii' L- •,i'-. &•* ~ • - -.fei!' Y ww^te|*Heip|6 . you'll find Sunbeam Prices jtttt «s low during the week as you t on Saturday. These prices in effect Tuesday afternoon/Wednesday and Thurs- iM Monte Crushed pineapple * • nc°an2 1$c Texas Grapefruit Juice4 |M - - 410c can's 54c 3 lb. can Cut-Rite WAX PAPER . Pk, 7c SHELLED PECANS,,; 39c MIRACLE WHIP !4 pi. . 14c I't 24C Ql. 37c OVALTINE Ch0 3 °" 33c Best Yett Salad DRESSING pt 19c 29c FREE TELESCOPE With 2 Pkgs. WHEATIES 25c FREE lgaS DOWL With 3 lb. Pkg. BRIGHT AND EARLY COFFEE 65c FREE TEA POT j. Pkg. WORTH BLEND TEA 25c Japanese With 1-4 Lb- Pkg. Bakery Specials A RARE TREAT FRUIT SALAD PIES Each WHAT A VALUE SUNBEAM'S REGULAR 20c POUND CAKE Special For This Afternoon Wednesday and Thursday Each 14C HAVE YOU TRIED IT TOASTED? RAISIN DATE DREAD Loaf 12C Fresh Ground COFFEE 10c Wilson's Advance SHORTENING 78c 1 ii). Ctn. 10 lb. Paper Bag PURE CAME SUGAR 49c a? 52' _ 25 lb. Cloth Bag 1-29 Extra Large Bunches U. S. No....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 April 1938

<Lc 23 Oc 3c mmr. ^Ue>^oke.o|^<^)c^t^fexa^/t VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1938 NUMBER 332 THREE DEAD IN LYNN CO. STORM 4 Twenty Others Injured, Baby Not Expected to Live Many Survivors Taken to Hospitals at Lubbock and Lamesa Early Last Night TAFIOKA — (UP) — Three persons were dead and 20 others suffering from injuries today as the result of a tornado that whipped through Lynn county last night. The dead are: Mrs. Vernon Caswell, 25; .John Waiters, 10; and George Walters, 40. They were killed near the Draw com- munity. Irene McKay, year-old daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mc- Kay of Draw, was not expected to live as a result of a skull fracture. She was taken to a Lubbock hospital. Four other injured persons also were taken to Lubbock. It was reported that It per- sons were injured when the tor- nado struck near Okay commu- nity. They were taken to hos- pitals at Lamesa. NORTH DAV^HOX CO. FEKLK STORM'S Kl ltV LAMESA — (Spl) — The storm, which Wreaked h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 April 1938

I And Girls Tate Part 'Mtvch of Tln^e' to Be TbfWe of Fete; Queen Has Been Selected ROBY — Tuesday evening, 3, has been set as the date far the annual May Fete of ftoby schools, an annual event fot the past ten years that highlights the year's activities ai\d has grown with each suc- cessive presentation. More than 300 students will take part, supervised by Miss Fannye Beaty and Miss Lena ma, physical education in- strwStors of the high school and grades respectively. £neen Selected A queen has been selected but her name will not be an- nounced until the evening of the fete. Last year's queen was Miss Rose Jackson, now Mrs. A- L. Barnes of Robv. A march of time will be the theme of the fete this year, the events of the months being re- constructed in pageant form for the approval of the cur- rent queen. Colorful costumes and program features are being arranged for the event. This May fete will be held on the school campus, starting at 6 o'clock Tuesday evening. WEBNtSDAY, APRIL 27, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 April 1938

t 1 III llllit IrlC- nrl- aft r u..'j n - ■ . - - - t&y. v: ■■•=?■ j_r- -V i iV ■ . >■■:•■ > ' ' : WEDNESDAY, APRIL 27, 1938 RHHf W&f&m '■■• ■ '? "-\- ; >' ; w**fp ■ W. SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS *ACE Schedule For Softball League Will Be Drawn ) I Special Meeting Of Teams Called •By Club Leader Men's Division Of Loop Settled With Girls Group Open Efforts to close the schedule for 1938 play of Softball for ^leagues in Sweetwater will lie undertaken in a special meeting of team sponsors called for to- night at 8 o'clock by A. A. Eber- le, president of the sponsoring #Lions club, in the Texas Electric Service company offices. A five-team men's league is as- sured with Gulf, M&M., Sun- beam, International and Recre- ation club definitely in. •Girls Division Open Sponsors for girls teams in Sweetwater are indefinite, but may be decided by tonight. Out- lying teams from Busby, Roscoe, ^Blackwell and possibly Divich? "vill compete with one or more local...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 April 1938

bfv'tt'wsa*! PAGE | (KIR SWfXTWATEIt, TjEJ^AS WEDNESDAY, 4PBIL %1 Another Kind of Pump-Priming God i ngt in M in ;*0. Mffr, mor l power is to physical pari* out of four.-—Napoleon, FORMULA FOR RUNNING | FOR HIGH OFFICE v An editorial writer for The Austin Times unburdened " 'toimfeelf after reading statements issued by candidate* for office at the coming election?. He found that almost without exception that the candidates "began life as poor boys and had to work very hard in order to get their schooling. Indeed, it would appear," says the writer, "that the lives of all these great men' have be®n continuous struggles against extraordinary ad- verse circumstances." lie was loathe to leave our candidates at this point and said further, "Each of them, it seems, has been highly successful, but none has amassed any considerable store of worldly goixis. AH are fighters, but, of course, none has ever hurt anyone. AH are for the common man. although it is appar- ent that each is an uncommon...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 April 1938

111 lo. Ilo r>r Ins r' k It i. |>v loo I11 h)\ lif- li h is 104 I <Y\ JicF |ro to a tvC lino of bed |of! 10- aC 5 * 0 ? o o « O I f* 9 \ i '■■PW& 1 •?v w.A . •"iv"jrl*l *$ ■* *. 'V J?>*i '-.'- :' . '?* fllfM /I3« *:19t8 SWEETWATER REPORTER, ■>" CLASSIFIED Reporter Classified Advertising Classified ads aciieplfU until noon for tiubliriition sann' day; until ft p. in. Sat- urday for the Huiifjay Edition. OliangcH and < aiHM lla(inuH must be made by §ain.j time. LINK RATK :i lines Jl times 7ft« ;i lines 0 times (I wrlf) ^ - ? 1.20 3 lines 'J time ' OQe 25 times (1 month) per line $1.00 Hates for tnorp than Jl lines in proportion. r> averago words arc •.oiintcd to earli lipe. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ~~ I time - 50e | er inch 25 times (I month) $0.00 '^cfc Ads ordered by telephone are areept- ed from pairons listed in the telephone or eil.y directory on memoranduui eharjr<': in return for this eourtesy tlif advertiser is expeeted to remit promptly \v ek a<J runs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 April 1938

-r- Irt«#e Enrolled 'PA Nursery School Jobe On TWC Honor Roll ret Jobe. daughter K and Mrs. W. H. Jobe, senior at Texas Wesleyan , Fort Worth, was one of nts on the spring mid- ir honor roll, according |p Registrar Paul Crouch. She Mp also on the fall semester potior roll. t To be eligible for this honor student must be enrolled for it feast 12 hours' work and make "B" or above in Subjects with no incomplete -ites. Miss Jobe is vice president of $he student body and vice pre- sident of the Susan M. Key Lit- erary society. She is a member Of Autiss social club, Alpha Chi {lational honor society, and is fen honorary member of the Press Club. She is a student as- iistant in the physical educa- tion department and is a candi- date for the B. S. degree in June. * * * Miss Hodges Hostess To Modern Marthas 'Miss Elizabeth Hodges enter- Mined members of the Modern Marthas Sunday School class Monday night at her ranch home nine miles north of town. Miss Hodges was named pre- sident to succee...

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