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

i) c> Ctk*y> • p .'l.,k ■>■ Q w. * ★ & Influential Brokerage Firm Suspended By Exchange Honored •Whitney and Co. Reported Insolvent NEW YORK—(UP)—The firm of Richard Whitney and Com- pany, long regarded as one of the most influential brokerage houses on Wall Street, was suspended from the New York Stock Exchange today for insolvency. y Following the suspension, the firm filed a voluntary petition in bankruptcy in federal court. The initial petition merely set forth that the firm had debts of "more than $1,000" which its ) members were unable to pay. The exchange planned an in- vestigation of principles of ■ trade. The New York attorney gen- 5 eral's office at once began a separate inquiry. Richard Whitney, the partner from whom the firm took its name, was president of the New York Stock exchange for five J years and helped guide it through the crisis that follow- ed the market crash of October, 1020. The Whitney firm was known . at times to have handled brok- ' erage tr...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 March 1938

w ft Jleet Health and Safety, Senior Scouting: to Be Stressed in Area ' Plans for advancement of Scouting in the region compos- ed of Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico were definitely mapped at the regional convention for Scout executives in Galveston March 2-5 attended by A. J. Stiles, area executive of the Buffalo Trail Council, Darold Wilson, Pecos and Ed McCur- tain, Big Spring, field represen- tatives of the council. Phases that will be stressed in 1938 are district organization, leadership training, scouting ex- tension, troop service, senior Scouting and advancement of the health and safety programs. The Buffalo council will stress senior Scouting, health and safety, camping and activities. More Attention Given It was brought out that the intensive health and safety cam- paign has resulted in increased number of health hazards re- ported, especially polluted wat er supplies. However, this is not attributed to lack of health precautions, but to added at- tention resulting in incr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 March 1938

mn w WfoWk ot*i • ■ llfei ■a le, MreS m 'p- H f'fl •.Virginia Quint Looms Strong #Meet Contender National Basketball , Championship Play ^ Held in Kansas City KANSAS CITY, Mo. —(UP) —A goal in the last 15 seconds gave North Texas Teachers _ College of Denton a 31-2!) vic- tory over Morningtfide College I of Sioux City, la., in the first • night game of the National In- tercollegiate Basketball Tourna- ment at Municipal auditorium. • The game was nip and tuck all the way, and in the closing seconds Yarbro, Texas forward sank a field goal to decide the issue. • In the third game scheduled, ■ West Kentucky Teachers of Murray defaulted to Simpson College of Indianola. • Other games saw Northwest 'Teachers of Maryville, Mo., « beat Sioux. Falls College of South Dakota 39 to 27, and Val- pairiso University beat Oregon Normal 57 to 48. .Missouri Teachers Win Central State Teachers' Col- % lege of Warrensburg, Mo., broke away from a much shorter Da- kota Wesleyan squad f r o m Mitchell. S. ...

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

$ SWEETWATER. TEXAS PAGE FOUR TUESDAY, MARCH second class matt ottict In Sweetwater, TWtas, Feb. George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Therefore i say unto you, What thingf toever „ JMre, when ye pray, believe that ye receive ii ilMjpp, oik! y $hatt have ifccifi.--I -I >24. Every prayer that is really such—that is, which flows from the inward necessity of the sowl— God answers.—Olshausen. ——o man made planes oufshone by nature Man is pretty smug with his air liners, his air speed and his predictions of stratosphere planes five times as big as any aircraft now in existence. But he really is just a novice and a beginner at this flying business. Nature has him whipped to a frazzle. Dr. Roy Chapman Andrews, director of the Am- erican Museum of Natural History, tells of a little insect, the cephenomyia, whose bullet-like speedy breaks all known records. The cephenomyia flies 400 yards a second or 818 miles an hour. That is faster than sound travels, almost twice as fast as the fleetest ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 March 1938

c ■m *« i"V:■'•* fi| f! 1 i i \ ■ / • 1 > I § I 0 TUESDAY *Y, MA*CH8,m« ' ,"l 1 I'lf. PH " HP v-:. ' ■ ;# ,-:i" «tr«^9*f** CLAS LOST AMl> FOUND i- LOST: Two Riverside 550x16 tractor tires and wheels. Re- ward: Return to J. C. McDon- ald, Care Reporter. SPECIAL NOTICE AUDITORS * ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims 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... $J.OO Others Priced Right Phone 2449 AUTO LOANS Cash to register your car, pay local bills, reduce payment on your present loan. See me at once. C. S. Boyles. APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT. Nicely furnished apartment in b...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 March 1938

i I I 1 l-v I i i ■ lii ..Jf.l StfSSB, ID-WEEK SALE prices For Tuesday Afternoon, Wednesday, Thursday arrots - 3 Large Bunches TENDER LEAF Spinach PEASFul1 Pod Eng,ish lb. CELERY s,",: 15c LETTUCE RHUBARB chr. 7 /2C 10c ORANGES Z 19c TURNIPS P-C., LIMES No. 1 Golden Colored Fancy doz. 10c Firm Head 2 heads 9c 5c BEETS 3 bunches . 10c APPLES UJS """''T.... 29c Large Pink GRAPEFRUIT 6 22c Seller TEXAS Oranges Dozen Reg. 5c size Large I Seedless Grapefruit 6 for | Fancy TEMPLE Oranges Dozen 1.39 Texas Seedless ORANGES J-Bu. Pure Cane SUGAR 1 Limit 101b. Paper Bag 49c 1G lb. Cloth Bag 52c Blackberries Bakery or SPRY Fresh Country EGGS - i Up no'2 lib CANS Lemon Chiffon or Cocoanut CREAM PIES Ea. 20c SANDTARTS That New Delicious Cookie Dozen 10c Light Fluffv Cake DOUGHKIiTS Dozen I5« LB. CAN - • Dozen Admiration Vacuum Packed COFFEE - 1 Kraft's MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing or Sandw ich Spread Tomatoes Market Day Raisin* - J-Pini Jar 14c Marsl&mallows Pint Jar 24C Quart Jar 57c S8 2$c ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 March 1938

mm Tl SE G wm colonial . .... * ★ Richard Whitney Assumes Responsibility For Failure •t Wrong Doing Is Admitted by Head Of Bankrupt Firm 'Ready to Suffer the Consequences,' He Tells Attorney General NEW YORK — (UP) — Rich- aid Whitney, former president of the New York Stock exchange, through his attorney today ac- cepted full responsibility for the bankruptcy of his brokerage house, admitted that he knew certain of his actions were "wrong" and said he was pre- pared to meet the consequen- ces. Whitney's statement followed testimony in a preliminary state investigation that he personally withdrew securities valued at between $210,000 and $400,000 from the accounts of two cus- tomers. He Mukc.s Statement Whitney's statement includ- ed, "I want to say emphatical- ly that the difficulty in which the firm has become involved is the result of actions to which I alone have responsibility." '"I fully realize that certain of my actions have been wrong. I am determined to'meet 1 lie consequen...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 March 1938

Favorites Dropped In .Scoring Sprees As Games Contested KANSAS CITY, Mo. — (UP) —St. Ambrose College of Dav- enport, la., trounced Kansas Wesleyan of Salina, Kans,, 50 to 35 jn a fast scoring competi- tion which concluded the first round- of the national intercol- legiate basketball tournament. The game marked the meet- ing ■of the Iowa conference championship team and one of three teams to tie for the Kan- sas conference title. Mississippians Win The Mississippi Delta State Teachers college of Cleveland, Miss., playing up until the final minute at a speed equal to a slow southern drawl, stepped up play to defeat Drury college of Springfield, Mo., 52-51 in an overtime period, the first in the tournament. The- Marshall college "team from Huntingdon, W. Va., estab- lished itself as one to watc;h by beating a lightly regarded? -but battling quintet from "Peru '(Neb.) Teachers college. The score was 60 to 67, a scoring ses- sion unparalleled so far in the tournament. ' AH-Star Candidate...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 March 1938

9, v |4 j-r, |fi5 I(i5 :m! '.O. mi- d Re- ses RS mmmm m: iJL rkHSM 1 )AY, MARCH 9, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS House Eliminates 20 Per Cent Surtax On K' mmm Expect Action To Be Vetoed By 0 Pres. Roosevelt Demos and Republicans Unite in Defeating Administration Bill WASHINGTON — (UP) — Disregarding threats of a pre- sidential veto, the house today tentatively eliminated the 20 per pent surtax on closely held cor- porations from (ho administra- tion's tax revision bill. The vote in committee of the whole was 180 to 124. t Two persons were A coalition of democrats andjjured in the town of Tacuba| dents, republicans successfully attack- when the\ were struck by fail- ed the center to the administra- ing walls. j Mr. I spent tion bill to relieve the tax bur- den on industry. he house, however, presum- ably will vote a second time on the amendment when the reading of the bill is completed. __ o Tremors Rock El Salvador SAN SALVADOR — (UP) — New earth tremors today jar- red Achu...

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

{' '• ion of bllca- iw" sis m mmkmm m pp i '• - iifW • / ft- A ■'v ® g *' B8&r"L Brf PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER. TEXAS WEDNESDAY, MARCH % 1938 on Thursday by Tifie^ Sweetwater Inc. Entered as second class matter at office in Sweetwater, Texas Feb. 9, George Bennitt ai J Russell Bennttt, it-' 0. bs. ykere i* the wi*e? where it the scribe? where disputer of thi world? hath it of God made the wisdom of this world?—Corinthian* i„ too often seen, thai the wiser men are it the things of this world, the lew wise they about the things of the next.—Gibson. Will It Come to This? BROWNWOOD MUNICIPAL Election centers on meters A city to have one of the hottest municipal ejections thisf year is Brownwood. The reason it is of interest to other cities is the fact that the chief subject being discussed by prospective mayoralty candidates is that of parking meters. Two of the candidates have come aut forthright against the parking meters and prom- ise to use their official prerogatives to have them re...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 March 1938

,n li. h* (i i • ) jr- * |!<) f I |>e l*i- In- Jiu« |ve lir! pin « or htv Igh liar J be In! | he |HR. he liny Inn- -i o o V p 4 i 'I H V 1| ,]! *§5 'jT*t "> '*^■'2 MME ' fr ' ' ** -."iJv*' r' * *{T r*-. ^ • *? vr & - 1 w : m. V '5": "*' ' ' '• ."' '" , MARCH 9, 1998 ■CTIfv:rr ?> iPM w CLASSIFIED SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEfiTWATEtt, TEXAS WA8H TtJBBS AND EASY LOST AND POUND ftPK«AL NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davia & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas Buying l'fe Insurance is buying D611ars 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 2449 AUTO LOANS Cash to register your car, pay local...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 9 March 1938

. -| 7ffjft JjgZS - m la IBllliSHBa .. " '-:j ' . , :■ MKBBI ... ' '• '. ....J.. HostvAt ier-Bridge i of yellow Jonquils and tall-stemmed gladioli a pretty spring setting f :* dliner-bridge on Saturday fwhen Mr. and Mrs. ' George Bennitt entertained six- guests at their home, 1207 aucom. Contract bridge games were c pleascfit aftermath to the three-course dinner, and a St. Patrick motif prevailed in the score markers and prize wrap- pings. High score for women went to Mrs. John Per- ry. while J. H. Beall, Jr. won the high men's prize. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. YOU Pale, Weak? Waco, Texas — Mrs. Roy Brock. 4 B Hack- berry St., says: "A few i years ago I had no appc- ) tite and felt weak. I used , Dr. Pierce's Golden Medi- cal Discovery and it made me feel ever so much stronger and my appetite was Letter." Buy it in liquid or tablets from your . druggist today. Sec "how much more vigorous you feel after using the Golden Medical Discovery. • George Willis, Dr. and Mrs. I A. J. Wimberly,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 March 1938

V « ) () o • Two-Thirds of Entire System • Is Wiped Out Blaze Discovered at • 5:45 a. m.; Only High ^ School Is Left SNYDER—Fire of unde- termined origin early this . morning wiped out two-thirds ^ of the entire Snyder school system, doing damages esti- mated at $100,000. Only the walls of the gram- mar school, junior high school and auditorium, hous- ® ed under the same roof with the high school, were left standing. The high school building was damaged by smoke and water and to some • extent by the blaze. The Snyder fire depart- ment, assisted in the later stag- • es of the blaze by a truck from the Sweetwater department, ^ was unable to prevent the blaze ® from consuming the high school. The science and home econo- nomics departments, partially 41 housed in (he auditorium and basement under the auditorium, 0 were destroyed. None of the equipment was saved since the blaze had gained considerable headway before it was discover- ed. Discovered at 5:45 a. in. • The firo was discovered...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 March 1938

iIf :il fi 'U ■istf Matches Volley Kail arch 18-19 PltjfnHind EVeiils Included in Early league Eliminations Time and place of the volley ball, tennis and playground ball matches in the Nolan county in- terscholastie league play have been announced to start Friday afternoon, March 18 and con- tinue through Saturday, March 19. Friday afternoon March 18 at 1 o'clock in the Reagan gym the girls volley hall contests will start, with Divide, Highland and Black well in the Senior di- vision; Blackwell, Divide and Highland in the Ward: and Rural entrants being Brownlec and White Flat. Playground ScliiMlnlc Both boys and girls playground ball will be conducted at Rea- gan school Saturday morning. Girls entrants in the Ward di- vision are from Divide, Black- well and Highland; Rural, White Flat. Hyiton and Brownlee; Class B, Divide. Highland, Reagan and Blackwell. Boys entrants, Ward division, Highland, Divide and Blackwell; Rural, Ada. Hyi- ton, White Flat and Brownlee; class B. Reagan, High...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 March 1938

On State Cost Estimated At $1,600,000; Bids Due Soon Highways In Palo Pinto And Parker Counties Included AUSTIN — (UP) — Eight federally aided road projects and 15 secondary projects weie chosen today for bidding before the state highway commission March 22. Estimated total cost is $1,600,000. The list included: Grading and drainage from Highway 06 in Palo Pinto coun- ty to Whitt in Parker county on a feeder road. Grading and drainage of a feeder road in Palo Pinto and Hood counties from Highway tl'i to Li pan. Double Funeral For Crash Victims . COLORADO — Double funer- al rites were conducted Wednes- day afternoon for Mr. and Mrs. Edd S. Glover, pioneer Mitchell county residents killed in a highway collision Sunday near Midland. Mr. and Mrs. Glover, 05 and 55 respectively, were turning from a visit with their only son, Dick Glover, in Odessa. They were accompanied by their on- ly daughtor, Lottie Glover, also injured in the accident. Services were held at the First Baptist church w...

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

,... „.mm Russell Bennltt, Pubs. Bennltt THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1938 SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE FOUR mill 1! m whatsoever ye shall ash in nty namef that vdo, that the Father may he glorified in the — John 14;13. ffof one wlio is not accustomed to give grandly pit ask nobly and with boldness.—Lavater. GI0NNAIRES READY TO AGE AMATEUR BOUTS Sweetwater will have an opportunity Monday night to show its interest in amateur boxing. Oscar McDon- ald Post American Legion is staging a city-wide pre- liminary show at the municipal auditorium. Several weeks ago the legion post decided to pro- vida the funds for training quarters for local young men. Training has been in progress for more than a month during which time an inter-city con- test with San Angelo showed the presence here of good material. The project has had the support of the recreation program in the city and this has been of real help. However, all that has been done will avail nothing unless Sweetwater sports fans turn out for the bouts...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 March 1938

"• % *V;'tf&Vt ;'V --^vy" ''••• *v' ;i- -iJ v V'Y • '*'* ri - >.:■&£' Y-\ ivksHi:%3sLM6l&.i&ta& §§£!*■' ■ si For A Land Purchase Loan |m w ch lie lid * |y lid • ■in- px- Ivy - k • Ictk Id" I'd, . Ilit- recl Ire- • pw: of 111i 1 - ling 111 as 1 af- per. loin Jing ill'! If he said Irth. > Divide Students At Angelo Show By MRU. EDNA ROBERTS DIVIDE—Members of vocational agriculture class Divide high school attended the San Angelo Fat Stock Show Monday. The group was accom- panied by their instructor, R. R. Petty. the of Ij.AIXES visit DIVIDE RELATIVES DIVIDE—Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Laine, parents of Mrs. Wiley Post, visited in the community last week in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Weems. They lived here before moving to Halls. • Clarence Clark of Van Zandt county stepped into head place 0 this week in the procession of Texas tenant farmers who will move into land ownership und- er the new Bankhead-Jones Act. Clark was the first Texa...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 March 1938

!<&: is im| ■ ifij I III M l ■ 'II Not Horse ijg, Believed fective Weapon Modernized Thievery Costing Cattlemen About $500,000 a Year SAN ANTONIO —(UP) —The scourge of the Texas cattle lands—the rustler—who died with the Wild West, the bustle and celluloid collar, rides the range and raids the ranch again today, but modernized with truck and butcher tools. The same terror of marauding cattle thieves that beset ranch- ers in the era of the Golden West stumped the Texas and Southwestern Cattleraisers as- sociation in its 62nd annual convention as members sought to end rustling depredations FREDS PLACE 110 Oak For Good Steaks, Chops, Plate Lunch Short Orders Sandwiches Cold Beer L. B. MILL8AP CHIROPRACTOR 17 Texas Bank Bl'lg. Chiropractic removes the cause of disease. hour:: ■?-l? a. m 1-0 p. m that cost them $500,000 every year. But instead of organizing posses armed with six shoot- ers to hunt down rustlers as their forbear did, the cattle rais- ers believe the courts are thei...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 March 1938

t IwvMDATf m «St, if hi ii , l<! ' f te' "; ■-. •CLASSIFIED • SPECIAL NOTICE MADAM ANNA GIVES advise in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Camp Joy. AUDITORS ft ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis ft Co. >Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas FOR SALE Buying L'fe Insurance is buying Dollars for future de- k 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- I 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 Pennaiicnts Eugene Waves — $2.00 Others Priced Right | Phune 2149 APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR RENT. Nicely furnished apartment in brick building, I close in. Frigidaire. '107 East Third St., Dial 2164. $2750 FOR RENT—Furnished apart- * ments. Phone 484. _ FOR RENT: Nicely furnished ® apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel,...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 10 March 1938

IP:: n I physician* pre- !the annual one-day re- ourse for doctors of let held Tuesday it the net Hotel were Dr. jckett director of the inlt In distr'c. i, and it. Vat Tipton of liio state 1th department. ''4 * * * Mrs. R. M. Kinwy, Roby, Mrs. J. W. Jessee. Moody, and Mrs. B. S, Smith, of Longworth shop- ped here Wednesday afternoon. * * * Mrs. tjt'iie Archer of Dallas arrived here Tuesday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Harkins. * * Mis* Mildred liogge, 700 W. Colorado, is ill at her home of scarlet fever. * * * Elnoru All hoi of the Brow nice community has been out of spjiool this week on account of scarlet fever. * * * Mrs. A i Irene Taylor is iinalilc to be at her work at a local beauty shop on account of ill- ness. * * * Mrs, Ted Sloan of .Abilene who lias been the house guest of Mrs. Curnis Rone and other friends, returned Wednesday to her home. * * * John I'inson, local manager of the telephone company, spent Wednesday in Rotan on business for the company. * * * Ml*....

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