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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 May 1938

mim mm isiiiiiaj 5) Wf-w ? Wmg. . ' - - *^r ' '•' - ?' • r' r, apart Masses 60,000 Troops For Southern China Invasi ★ ★ BERLIN BANK OFFICIALS HELD IN REVOLT South American Populace Urges Death Penalties Fascist Leaders Among 600 Arrests For Investigation I 9 <4 n ?■ RIO DE JANEIRO — (UP) —Seven officials of a branch of a Berlin bank were under ar- rest today, charged with parti- cipating in the unsuccessful re- volt to overthrow the govern- ment and assassinate President Vargas. The suspects were employed by the German bank of South America. Police said all were linked with the revolt. The suspects were among more than GOO who face trial. Newspapers violently demand- ed the death penalty, permitted for the first time under the new constitution. Loyalist forces backed up the stern provisions of the consti- tution and were in complete domination of the country. o Hospital Holds don Today 1 ^ | Recepti Sweetwater Reporter VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1938 NUMBER 339...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 May 1938

HI 'i*8W TO0H8DAY, MAY 12, MM • OBSERVE HOSPITAL WEEK VISITING HOURS 2 O'CLOCK 10 I P. M. i*'K* YOU ARE INVITED •'1 \ * Now Entering Its Third Year Of Service To The Community Vdii The Sweetwater Hospital is happy to join the slate and nation in acclaiming the splendid work and accomplishments ol Hospitals and the medical profession throughout the United States. The Sweetwater Hospital is an institution, devoted lo community service and as such recognizes its responsibility lo those whom it ispledged to serve. Swcctwtiter Hospital Miss Berlha Nielsen, Supl. Levy Bros. ' Mrs. Ihelma Bowen Postmaster Sunbeam Market Place Dr. George A. Gray Director Nolan County Health t'nit P. Edward Ponder Lawyer Starrs Sandwich Shop D and D Cafe and Taxi The Tavern s. G, W. (Jack) Cochran t ounty Treasurer Sobe s Fashion Shop Burioii'Lingo Co. Bowen s Drug Store £0;i OttU AI Moore, Mgr. INolau Drug Store © •(ieorge lieakley The Home Dairy Co, Browning Bros. n Buck and llenrv Service Sta, J Youngs Ph...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 May 1938

1 i • ' m I • I* I ' : i i i I if I * I | i I ^ I o J -mmw&M ■' v fflWISDAY, WAV 12, |W£ETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 1 Boost In Importance of Air Mail Cited By Postmaster Schools Join Post Office Personnel In Marking Campaign In keeping vviih the National Air Mail Week observance May 15-21, Mrs. Thelma H Bowen, postmaster, has prepare^ a book- let, the cover of which bears mail planes, giving dispiteh and arrival schedules and tlomestic postage rates. The foyer of the office is decorated with red. wljite and blue streamers, festoonkl from the coiling. Each postal employe is wearing an air mail! badge, from which a miniature plane is attached by red antj white satin ribbons. Schools Join Aside from tlie cleveilly ar- ranged air mail display housed in a two-tiered glass enclosure, depicting Sweetwater \yas an air mail center, a demure blonde, dressed in red organdy, Is post- ing an air mail letter. She holds in her hand a card on which is inscribed, "Only ."> cents more....

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

WW. H m PAGE FOUR low the Lard thy God with aii with alt thy soul, and with oil ronomy 6;5. _ it an image of God, and not a lifeless but the living essence of the divine nature teams full of all goodness.—Luther. o HOSPITAL DAY HAS ~*AL MEANING HERE This is National Hospital Day. A day set aside to im- | press upon citizens the place hospitals occupy in our nj modern life. So many of us only think about a hospital when an emergency arises that forces us to seek the comfort and facilities such an institution offers. We do not1 stop to realize the day by day needs filled by the hospital, needs that no other agency can properly fill. Yet every day the hospital brings relief to the sick iuid injured, setting the forces of recuperation to work to retufjh persons to health. It is a haven to the af- flicted sufch as no other could be. Sweetwater boasts a hospital embodying the highest standards in this modern day. It has made an enviable reputation in its record of service to all West Texa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 May 1938

m.;. Wmmm Jm0<L. Wyfr?:' Ms I ly Is Id If- |f- ■n- Ist Is- las ly. ' $pR• * *W;> -'■ WzwW" - '4 • ■ : - - ■ '■,< • , . ' >' " MM W _ m\>'{ H •tiff • V • ' : . /•• ■ ■ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Gotham Nines • Take Spotlight In Major Loops Seventh Straight Chalked Up When Champions Connect NEW YORK'— (UP) _ The * world champion New York Yan- kees moved into first-place in the American League for the first time this season today as the standings suffered a severe 0 shake-up. The Yanks moved out in front with a 4-1 victory over the Cleveland Indians. Washington, which had been in first, place — for a day, dropped back to sec- 9 ond when it lost to Detroit 1-1. Cleveland slipped into a tie for third-place with the Boston Red Sox who defeated Chicago -1-2. That defeat dropped Chicago p down into sixth place as Detroit moved up to fifth. The last-place St. Louis Browns beat the Phil- adelphia Athletics, 9-5, in the only other game. The Yankees won their sev- # e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 May 1938

> oves To Avert y Sought i iinl Attempts To Disprove Strong Hitler-Dure Alliance HOME — (UP) — French and > Italian diplomats say that a . pact of friendship between Rome n arid Paris, built on almost the exact pattern of ihe Anglo-Ital- ian agreement, may be conclud- ed before the week-end simul- taneous with the League of Na- tion's Disposal of the Ethiopian problem. Premier Benito Mussolini was represented as desiring a speedy drafting Of the pact as a means of convincing the world that the Italian visit of fuehrer Adolf Hitler in bo way altered Italy's desire to restore solid friendship with the western powers. Conference Hcl<l Count Galeazzo Ciano, Ital- ian foreign minister and Mus- solini's son-in-law, conferred at Chigi palace for 15 minutes with the French Charge O'' Affaires, Jules F. Blondel, who is handl- ing all the groundwork negoti- ations on the pact. French observers said that if Ciano, who returned from Flor- ence where he hade goodbye to the German Reichs...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 May 1938

SS'*Wfr$£-48l«.-: m .. pi*«•<•.>;> m; v ■ '* -* ' ■ ",f 1 *c '^," ■ ' - ^535 ^ ■' .\H ' '-*t \fv$\ * ' ■■S'f,.;1 ,' ' '<•_ "' ,>j *" f,. , , • ;<i tv , •• - .• .• . .as s*. ,.,-.... ' A- , •.- ••*. ■?, thursday, may 12, 1988 SWEETWATER reporter, sweetwater, w5sc0i 0 le's me the rn -0 Tty Q wn- 9 Inch Delicious Apple PIES 19C PACE BROS. FOOD MKT. OZARK CAFE Beer and Short Orders arid Plate Lunches 101 Oak St. Mack Lamm Registered Optometrists *s Expert cxami- it a t. i (i n and glasses correctly filled. He- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MA.IOKH, B. MAJORS Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please tlmse who are Careful of their Appearance. II.mil Made Iloot« HRANTLIOVS HHOK SHOP 18R S ■V¥ • y$: 'M W$L „ ' jEWefflfel • < .a r?' • ' ■'■Hn,'.' * '•. y. ' ' .?■ ■MB' — It Is Dangerous It is dangerous to sell a SUB- STITUTE for 666 just to make three or four cents more. Cus- tomers are your best assets; lose tlieni and you lose your busi- ness. i!06 is worth three...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 May 1938

mm Nailed In tionFor Staff#* Auditorium O ' /•M- ■ And Gymnasium In - Structural Plans t J ROSCOE — Work on the Ros- iot $80,000 school building is progressing rapidly with laths tailed in preparation for setting concrete walls. Several floors and preliminary walls have been poured with finishing plas- *r yet to be spread. ♦ Electrical outlets were placed throughout most of the struc- lure with virtual completion of plumbing connections, save for installation of facilities. , Further structural work is Scheduled with workmen busy plumbing levels on the floors. Steel framework on the combi- nation auditorium-gymnasium is virtually installed with tiers of seats and otqer details to be addod ater. Thet. stage is being encased in laths\_ with cement- ing expected soonA Metal laths are being used to give added strength and protection to the structure. ' o i Traveling Bridge Club Complimented Complimenting members of the Traveling Bridge Club,11 Mrs. G. H. Green entertained Wednes- day af...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 May 1938

y ' o I 1 f' I < > i > ■ K ■ I ' ;*V, mw- M,'' m f \ RUN IN SWEETWATER *. M Crisis Reached In European Peace Negotiations Great Britain Throws Force Behind Moves American Mission Bombed By Japan In Attack By Air Great Britain threw her full strength behind European peace today while in the far east Ja- pan struck in redoubled fury in her conquest of China. The British bid, backed by powerful air rearmaments to prevent a German war on Czechoslovakia, was far more determined than expected. Kon- rad Henlein, Czech Nazi leader, flew to London to discuss Ger- man minority demands. Offense Increases In Asia, two powerful Japa- nese armies were wrecking de- fense lines in north China where the Chinese had hundreds of thousands of troops along the important Lunghai railroad. At the same time, Japanese naval and air forces along the south China coast gave strong indications that a delayed of- fensive in that area where Brit- ain has huge interests was about to open. Rom It American ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 May 1938

o Slacks Popular Street Market Rotan Farmer Dies Suddenly Close Erratic Campaign Breeding Places Of . Pests To Be Cleaned Up In Drive Launched m "The war is on," says Charles V. Carney, saritarian of the frolan County Health Unit, "to fid Sweetwater of mosquitoes." Now to Test Your HEARING Home Free Don't decide you are goinsr deaf until you make the free, no-risk OURINE home test. Merely hearing: poorly or having buzzing:, ringing head noises may not mean deaf- ness. Septic condition or hardened accumu- lations often cause poor hearing:. Hundreds •of other ear-worried people have reported that they hear well again and once more know .the full joy of living because ju?t a few drops night and morning of OURINE famous Ear Drops jfeelped clear away the septic condition and soft- en#] up the sound-muf- J fling obstructions caused hardened accumula- * . and good hearing: back. Will yon make this free test? Then get OURINE at your drug store at once. Use it as directed. If not joyfully sa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 May 1938

o o o o n o n o I o o I 0 6 <3 © 6 • ' * . .*•*. $ VI . ^ ,... .,,. vv . ,iv*v<.- *&,<■*£- • "< .-'/ ■' -M v -v.? ■'.• MAV 13, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS '! ■ ■ 'J 1. '■ - —1 nnf m il i rm IF YOU WANT TO SAVE BIG MONEY HURRY TO SUHREAM FOR THESE DEEP-CUT PRICES! GROCJSmjl'RICES FOR FRIDAY AFTERNOON, SATURDAY, MONDAY. • FRUIT, VEGETABLE, MARKET, BAKERY 1'RICES FOR FRIDAY AFTERNOON AND SATURDAY. \\ '£!$&' , ■ <v >' Full O' Gold Fruit COCKTAIL z9.mr. ?-.m &>*• - ml Halves O' Cold PEARS 22cN'"2" Can Del Monte Crushed PINEAPPLE ( a ns 90-100 mmamm m m 8 %* m Curtis KRAUT No. 2'a ('a n N ormandie French Fried POTATOES mc can A. Jumbo m mm # CELERY - - -15^ J! Snow White 1 CAULIFLOWER UVic ''i,,u'.v Green TOMATOES,, 7'ic Tender Well Filled -J ROASTIN' EARS 2ic Yellow or White -d SQUASH - - > 3ic NEW POTATOESN 1 ,r 4c peas ,r4":r 5c BELL PEPPER 1 i f 9c BEANS 7^C CUCUMBERS '""li1":"5"'"" 7*/ic okra 22c CARROTS - BEETS - ONIONS - RADISHES 3 —10...

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

4TER*8 SCHOOL# PARADE ' schools put on a stirring demonstra- ty afternoon when they paraded in a School observance. Every school had its pupils in the of march which centered around the square to proud parents and others an opportunity to see mini on parade. "Much credit goes to the corps of teach- ers, school principals and superintendent for the color- ful costuming which entailed extensive planning. The parade was an education to the grown-ups for the extent of the school attendance is not re- alized until one sees these hundreds of girls and bpys marching in long columns. We realize then that Sweetwater's school system, has a tremen- dous job in providing education for this vast throng. Ways and means must always be at hand to care for increasing attendance that comes with each added year. . Holding such a .parade is a good idea, if for no other purpose than getting a first hand picture of the school population. It is an inspiring sight and creates a closer contact between the s...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 May 1938

r o N "U MAT SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Relics Exhibit Features Meet Of Area Group Colorado Prepares For Historical Unit ® Conclave May 14 When the annual convention of the West Texas Historical society meets May 14 in Colora- do, an exhibit of relics, old let- ters and pictures with other items of historical value is to be a contributing feature. R. C. Crane, Sweetwater, pre- scient of the sopiety since or- ganization many years ago, is announcing one session on the program arranged to feature well known writers of West Tex- as history. #nit Presi' -it Mrs. J. 3. Merritt is to pre- sent a history of the Colorado clubs; Joe Ernest, is in charge of the exhibit; H. B. Spence, sec- *tary of the Chamber of Com- erce, is in charge of general arrangements. Each year the meeting is pub- lished in book form, and filed with the records intact since organization in 1924. The one-day session is expect- ed to draw about 50 persons with Judge Crane presiding. "Program Saturday will b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 May 1938

!MM f.;'1 ^V.'-v I-, ■■ ~},i.r. ;. .li.'-v" ■*,"'•'■ 1 nUBAY,MAY M,i!— " ^.J'j f.i, .•■■,*. ?r.z - -> ■ -•-■ DII|ECTQRf Beauty Qhqp • Real Estate if- «•. ' $<J W I; mm St :;l J if i'air Grounds Completed by Claris Ready > For AAU Schedule Boys Monday Night •Boxing is to resume its place among the major sports in Sweetwater Monday night at the AAU headquarters in the fair founds, according to Louis A. liberie, in charge of the sport. f> 4 •j Oscar McDonald post of the Sfmerican Legion is sponsoring the event, and Uolihy Clark, tfainer, is ready to continue in- struction,.. The new headquarters pro- vide more space for the work- outs, and new and modern eq- uipment has been added to give the boxers every advantage to receive valuable instruction. Listed As Preakness Favorite Dauber Dauber, which added the Kentucky Derby to hit* list of start# in which lie placed a notable second, finally gets a chance to go as the favorite when lie leave* tlio harrier in the Preakness at I...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 May 1938

. V-;Vi IF: FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS o o • I OLD FASHIONED GUP CAKES Doz. 15 c PACE BROS. Z" 4) OZARK CAFE Heer and Short Orders and Plate Lunches 104 Oak St. Mack Lamm D & D TAYI CITY 2067 I MAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service .< Jl . ... Women's Wear' Ma Huts 1.00 Mojud Hosiery 79c HUDSON & WINN Phone 2553 > Registered Optometrist* Expert examl- natlon and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. IMAJOKH Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are 4Careful oli lliflr Appearance. Hand Made Hoots BHANTIjICV'H 8IIOK SIIOI' TAYLOR'S CAFK 'Rig|>esl Little I'laee in Town' Heer, Steaks, Short Orders ( old Drinks 201 10. Hroadway \VK CAN'T Please them all—but we do our best to please you. Four competent barbers lo servo you. Ij.M.4 HA Itlt hilt SIIOI' I.:nlics—Men—Children H. W. While, I'rop. WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater'* Own Cartoonist r I 5AV etU2. TrV \ M/VYBE DADDY CAN f v!5 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 May 1938

' 51>r ■ ' / W** wrn^^mW. , w m is, SP , -i;L ■' ' Leave Annual Tour m .i J. than 125 seniors from an high school left at 6 FS-raaock, this morning to spend ttttfr -6«uwal Senior Day at Buf- £ ftOo Gap, south of Abilene. Mrs. Oi O. Harris, class mother and Alec Edwards, sponsor, accom- panied the group, which went by tguck and private cars. •'An all-day program which in- cludes swimming, hiking, danc- ing, and bawball will be con- cluded with a late barbeque be- fore returning to Sweetwater. Edwards, Juno Brooks, Burl Gene Lynn, and Murl Jones are in charge of arrangements for transportation. Virginia Pace, ahd Tommie Lou Yoakum are in charge of food. -o Counties In Area Get New Project ' AUSTIN — Federal sewing rooms are to provide employ- ment in 23 Texas counties, ac- cording to information received here. WPA sewing rooms will be equipped in counties parti- cipating in the program. Includ- ed in the list of new plants are Jones and Fisher counties. Checks COLDS and FEVER first...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

if ' I «' 1 ' - Wmr: ■"</- |l Q I -^ ¥ ppr* $1 jagaag r INVOLVES U. ★ ★ Pipeline To Provide Outlet For Fisher County Pool Rotan Enthused Over Prospect Of More Wells M '' Bronte Test Drilled In Lime Formation; Water Encountered ROTAN — This area is en- thusiastic over the report that Humble Oil company plans to construct a pipeline extending five miles from the Rotan field to Royston, thus giving an out- let for oil in the field. A crew of men is reported being moved into the territory soon to start construction of the line. Homes are being sought in Rotan and Roby for about 30 families. May Extend Reports of additional loca- tions could not be verified, but oil men presume that Humble intends to drill out its acreage in the area. It is pointed out that pro- ration and shutdowns do not affect fields such as the Ro- tan as much as they do others, and that factor lends encourage- ment to anticipation of a small or revived oil boom in the re- gion. Screen Success bronte well drilled ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

■wwiwiim - ,'wnf^1 •; • -77 yrw■ - • ■ , 'ormal Dinner Features Honors For Bride-Elect m ft : ; Among the many delightful : •octal courtesies for Miss Chris- tine Czako, bride-elect of A. M. East, and president of the Beta Sigma Phi sorority, was the formal dinner party Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. J. D. Dulaney, when she and Miss Ruth Gray, sponsors of Beta gigma Phi, entertained nine eorority members and seven new pledges. Appointments featured the black and gold sorority colors, {land-made place cards were topped with the Greek letters standing for Beta Sigma Phi and marked places for the 16 guests t at two long tables centered with yellow California poppies in black bowls resting on mirror- ed placques. Small yellow tapers burned in crystal holders at each place and were given as favors, while tal- \ ler candles and yellow daisies graced the buffet. A three course dinner was served, the menu emphasizing the yellow and black color note with the ices molded in the form of ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

5 • In O la 9 l>f It je lie r n |e, J III- ) lie By lar lis to re- ed pn- of I in led a ■lor lim - ) c yd. L ) • ' • • • • « : v 38 • SUNDAY, MA* 15, 1M8 tuHMMMIAMn' BXSMkBflWA AMMMflBti'lflMf UWBBW^ M JDI« HEWIHI "H, U1TUDT W ^nnl) Women** Interest Clubs • Churches lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2328 Philip Nolan Will Present 'Snow White-Seven Dwarfs' The operetta, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs", will be presented Tuesday night in costumes and lighting effects similar to Walt Disney's in- terpretation of the old fairy tale by pupils of the Philip Nolan school directed by Mrs. Grace Faver and sponsored by the Parent-Teacher a s s o c i a t ion. Miss Mozelle Brothers is pian- ist. The perfortnance will be given at Nolan school, the curtain rising at 8 o'clock Tues- day evening. Many songs and dances not found in Walt Disney's or the Grimm brothers interpretation will be used, according to Mrs. Faver. Cast of characters is as follows: Snow White, Mary Ila Ul- lom; .prince, Do...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 May 1938

<3fr & , ■' 'W ■ own "mmmy %w$mi SUNDAY, MAT IS, Believed In City's Future Front of New Cox Building ml mce Opening In New Location Marks JFurther Progress Bjr RITA WEAVER Since 1895 when John R. Cox, Sr., established his first jewel- ry-business in a "corner" of thp.;store where First National Bgnk building now stands, he has believed in the inevitable growth and future or Sweet- water. pioneering in the West, the Cox family has continuously operated a jewelry concern since those early days when Sweetwater was a trading post in- the sand hills. 'This week, in keeping with that faith, the firm has expand- ed- to occupy a spacious new ho^e on Broadway. Purchasing f Archer building recently " Cox family has complete- nodernized the structure, ity being emphasized throu- the generous use of carrara glass, which out- the frontage, transforming lows into beautiful dispay ges at the entrance. Level Windows jtckgrounds of the windows, jioned at the eye level, are . selected quarter ...

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