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

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

miM' n r;;< • l&jffr , Srm Epidemic rlet Fever ealth Reaches Peak For mrrWAT™ THCA8 " ■ '"" ' '" "' MONDAY, VEETW Aim, 1XMB , *UtWJ1*' •'.""• '-•"'!• !•' - ■•' Ir.rr; , • - , ,s * ' •" Blue Bonnet Saturday Registered Its 100,000 Guest Since Opening Itbess from General £*u8e* Declines; Im- munization Continues Aside from the prevalence of scarlet fever, illness rrom gen eral causes was less during May than during any previous mottth this year, records of the Nofin County Health Unit show. The mild epidemic that reached a peak of 50 cases is waning, said Dr. George Gray, unit director. Communicable disease report- ed to the unit included one case of polomyelitis and mumps and 18 scariet fever cases. Im- munizations given through the Writ totaled 45 Schick tests, 22 tuberculin tests, 55 diphtheria toxoids, 7 typhoid vaccines and 94 smallpox vaccines. Three new cases of venereal diseases were reported and four were treated during the month. 22 Given TB Tents Tuberculin tfests giv...

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

sm* f.W. 'iW r.iiVfy r, «WR ' i • Set For Septem BCD To Aid Relief Work Gives $100 A Month Nolan county's participation f- in the federal work relief pro- ject was Solved for 12 months, when the Board of City Develop- ment directors Monday night, in called session, voted $100 a month for a year starting July 1 to the fund, contingent on the county commissioners appropri- ating the balance of the estimat- ed $450. A committee headed by A. S. Legg held several meetings last week to study the matter, and it reported the concensus was that participation should come from tax money instead of from public subscription at this time. The county commissioners, said County Judge Charles W. Lewis, chairman, can revise the budget to take care of the amount aside from the sum voted by the BCD. Through this participation and including the direct relief, No- lan county gains an average of approximately $14,000 from fed- eral work relief projects in the current setup. The local expen- ses are items ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 June 1938

SWEmnTES nPOKTER, SIPETTWATES, THUS Breeze Jnsteady Ground CI«Shfl Settle Down To Fair Game After Shaky Start In First Sunbeam had two big in- nings last night in their game With Roscoe to score a decisive 17 to 10 victory over the newly entered club. Starting off by scoring 8 runs in the first in- ning, Sunbeam added 8 more In the fifth to clinch the con- test; ! Both clubs got away to a shaky start, there being 13 runs scor- ed in the first inning. After that, both settle down until the fatal fifth, when 8 more Sun- bean) players tallied to take a wide lead which was never ap- proached. Gain In Standings A terrific sandstorm raged in- termittently over the playing field, but the crowd remained for the final out. Sunbeam gained on the second place Gulf club who was idle, and are now only one game out of second place. Kite walked 4 Roscoe players while striking out 4, with Fitts giving up 6 walks and striking out 6. More hit batsmen were registered last night than at any other conte...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 June 1938

anie i&r 'T$;'&!$■*< ■T. JUKI 7- 1M> Rflll J* -%WEETWATEB' REPORTER^ SWEETWATER, TEXA# r'-,,«V iOTpl w$M> y nts Put on ay at Open Houie Held Today MoreThan 1800 Pieces Apparel Made Each Month; Nothng Is Wasted Few yersons I'ealize the stu- pendous operations of the No- lan Couity WPA sewing room, whose ipen house today has drawn lundreds of visitors to see the display of intricate de- signs, tie thousands of wear- able gaiments to clothe this county's needy people, and the uniformjdlscipline employed by the pro jet personnel. Underthe capable guidance of Mrs. Ddma pavis, project su- perintenlent, and Mrs. Ruth Cortriglt, supervisor and time keeper, 64 women are busily engaged at 25 machines, others making trimmings and orna- ments, ome at cutting tables, and twe employed in the stock room decking yardage where most ofihe time 20,000 yards of material are stored. 1800 Girnicnts a .Month An acrage of 1,800 garments are conpleted monthly at the sewing room. These repre...

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

I I i I M if there be a controversy between , amd they come unto judgment, that judge§ may judge them; then they ahatt justify the righteous, and condemn the uicked.—Deuteronomy 25 ;1. Judgment is forced upon us by perience.—Johnson. ex- BOARD OF CITY DEVELOPMENT AIDS IN RELIEF CRISIS By pledging $100 per month for the next year toward the expenses of maintaining administrative facilities for relief work in the county, the Board of City Development has shown its willingness to cooperate in a county-wide problem. The pledge was forthcoming when a crisis developed in ob- taining funds for an estimated budget of $5,000 to provide relief machinery. Other funds necessary to complete the budget will come from the county by taxation and pub- lic subscription from other communities. During the discussion of the relief crisis investigation showed that the ten- dency is for those out of work any- where in the county to drift to Sweet- , water. Under normal conditions they might be residents o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 June 1938

p, tr t • Pe In I0' Id- |p • Ik- 7 ,,. m mm mm; M#W*i -----j « SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS m&M- Storm Provides #Plenty of Work For Carpenters Mrs. Wright Hostess • To Thursday Club; Robinsons Are Leaving By Mm. P. B. Knott 0 ROTAN — Extensive repairs are underway in Rotan following the damage wrought by the hall storm Thursday night. The storm provided plenty of work for carpenters and roofing •men, the roof on nearly every building in the city being dam- aged by wind and hail. Lumber yards were having a big demand for window panes ^with which to replace the thous- ands battered out by ihe hail. Headlined in 'Bloody Harlan* Trial .MBS. WKItiHT HOKTRSK TO THlTR.HI)A V CLUB ROTAN — Mrs. F. A. Wright #was hostess to the Thursday clug at her home south of town when three tables oi 42 were in play. Mrs. Jack Wilkes and Mrs. gL. C. Miller held high score. A sandwich plate was served to Mmes. Imogene Lane, Gerald Jones, Aud Gerald, J. T. Step- henson, Homer Aaron, Nowlin, Ja...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 June 1938

mm ■" j. #rw- '"■ *"* :'; ■ •'itte; Miai«^aRSBWs ■ TUESDAY, SWEETWATER' REPORTER, At Meeting Of Medical Society Shelansky of Philadelphia Is Guest of Doctors Two, Papers Presented , At $«gnlar Session of Fisher-Nolan Group Two motion pictures dealing with the science of medicine were shown and an instructive paper read at a meeting Mon- day night of the Nolan-Fisher Medical society for the regular dinner at the Sweetwater Hos- pital. An outstanding visitor was Dr. H. A. Shelansky, who is as- sociated with the Philadelphia General hospital, who presented a film on the "First Treatment of Trichomonas Vaginalis." The doctor assisted in the production of the film in the Philadelphia hospital. He is visiting relatives in Roscoe en route to San Fran- cisco to attend the annual meet- ing of the American Medical as- sociation. Two Papers Road Dr. R. O. Peters read a pa- per on "Induction of Premature Labor," his own preparation. Dr. Sam A. Loeb presided for showing of a film on "Sterility,"...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 June 1938

o tm :V ti V'/ • > "' fJi ■'-'•<•' '* " ■*V: 7-' '* ;v PIN?®"vsv^' '.. ••'^•V ''•' v. • ' • -/rx*\ ' s : ■"' '■ Kmw:" ^ •; • W.f* S& Wr'-C* m' ^ ■ '-.V/* Wt^' wwm TOtSDAT, JWMftt, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER* TEXAS PACE 0 Behind the Ears Anybody can wash the sur- face of your car. But that's only the beginning with us. We scrub it clean from bumper to bumper. Pick- up and delivery. Dial 2872. SPECIAL COUPON Expert 1.00 £Aj, Wash Job .... OjV Vacuum Clean Free "POP'S IS TOPS" Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel Lee Burns Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized ) • Washing • Lubricating • Polishing Guaranteed Satisfaction Complete Auto Repair ) (Next to Service Welding Company) WOMEN'S WEAR; Hats ....1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 Sfl Dine i-rl Oancc LAKE INN Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. « Made on Your Income And Credit Record • Open Note • 3 Years to ltcp:iy • No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 June 1938

I wt*. fc' You'll Save . . . Every Way! If You Shop At Sunbeam! If your menu calls for vegetables why nat buy them fresh. Our truck ar- rives Monday with the freshest vegetables that the market affords, for this Mid Week Sale BEANS 3LES Green Stringless IOC 5c Large Firm Heads LETTUCE each No. 1 Red NEW POTATOES 4c Tender Grain ROASTING EARS Long Green CUCUMBERS White Velvet OKRA Lb. 3 lbs. IOC 15c doz. 25C White or Yellow 3 lbs. TV 111 tv VI M. viu SQUASH 10c Fancy Vine Ripened TOMATOES, b Florida Wax BEANS L„ Well Bleached LIMES each .... California Valencia ORANGES n < Fresh Blackeyed PEAS Lb. 4'/ic Firm Small Heads CABBAGE lb Florida Bell PEPPER Lb. Wit 9c lc I Extra Large Fresh PINEAPPLE Each y/zc 9c Sunkist LEMONS 22c MIUHAS Large Golden Fruit 19c 12C Cherry Boston Cream PIES each* Butterscotch C A KE each" Luscious Old Fashioned Cinnamon Roils doz-' Chuck full of raisins, nuts, and sugar icing. Country Style Pork Sausages >b 11c Sugar Cured Sliced Bacon ib Blue Bonnet O...

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

..AjM Ax. i. teatm |6c 18c l5c b loo Fedf Irict |hen jral lone 1 (lis# Dffi- |ten- |rry, aphfc irr Ives, Ivith Ities, land 1° t'fe llays Iwat- - I • lod led Iws P* arl- 1.75 pal- I1S4 re- B00; < i ' I ■ • r- FOR THREE Ateir Yorker Likes Sweetwater 9 Praises West Texas "This is the garden spot of the business world," said R. E. An- drews of the New York Daily Times, who stopped at the j Blue Bonnet Hotel Tuesday night while in the territory on busi- ness for his paper. "You don't seem to know what the "recession" is. And if you think business could be better, compare it with conditions in the fforth and East. You'll find you are in the best area in the -j nation," he said. The Gothamite, en route to the Pacific Coast on a business trip, was enthusiastic in his praise of the area, its temperament. He said it was a relief to be someplace where labor strikes are "something you read about in the newspapers." Sweetwater Reporter ^Vokt. VOLUME XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8,193...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 June 1938

Md •yw- wmm- wmvrmw. vm i'il ...!■ -II J-1 '- -It.) UM ' 'US' ''"P Jig-1 :Vty 3? aji ■MD's L I •• KKjj .1"; I. If H TuruOn Power To Win Handily Double Plays Cut Praising Rallies Shorl of Success Magnolia-Medico increased its lead over the second place Gulf club to two and one half games last night by defeating Sunbeam 11 to 4 at City Park in their third meeting this season. Sunbeam took a one run lead in the first inning and it looked as though the usual procedure would be reversed with Magno- lia-Medico trailing for the first time ir four or five games, but the M&M crew came back . strong in the second inning to score five runs and was never headed. A feature double play in the third inning by Sunbeam, Han- " Jia to Younce to Bird, cut short an M&M rally with three men on bases. 'Two double plays by Magno- lia-Medico infielders aided in keeping the Sunbeam batters in check. Heinie Smith hit a home run with nobody on in the fourth inning. "Only 10 hits were made by both club...

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

;• ;• bus wmmm -Mm ,t I yfl^WjM' W-sWM&m WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6,1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGETHJfl 1 '* ff Range, Shade And Qreen Feed Needed For Poultry In Summer \ m Weil-Balanced Rations Aid In Development Home-Mixed Feed Should Contain Plenty Minerals And Protein Supplement Barn Demolished By Windstorm By Mrs. Frank decider WASTELLA — During a high wind and sandstorm that struck here Friday night a barn on the farm of Newt Turner was blown down and a cow slightly injured. Adequate range, shade and green feed are essentials for well-managed poultry flocks during summer months, poultry authorities agree. Good man- agement, combined with ade- quate, balanced rations, bring proper development of pullets and young turkeys during the growing period. When chickens and turkeys are ready for mar- ket, farmers will find that they have been well paid for efforts necessary to insure clean range, green feed and adequate ra- tions, containing minerals and proteins. Growing M...

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

MMmn to attention of tl PAGE FOUR ! S r jT;\*if El A* i$i< ■ ia>|i i,3/-, jp, *.',T ■ V •",••. • n ft:'-' ■'■ ' i-" - _> • , . V-Cv-t - •' -•" ' - ■'•>■■"/• ■ •,* •■"'' •- 1 tytoort^wlm? wr by Tin 8wi SWEETWATER, TEXAS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1938 on r__ Inc. Entered aa aecond clan matter at office In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, George fiennitt and Russell Bennltt, ■ .a The Master Mind Is Thinking 2% - OUT in Tm« Book it says that pefWRACies A(*e WEAK iNBF^CCieMT AMP COWARDLY Resources of West Texas Are To Be Outlined New Quarters of WTCC At Abilene Are to Be Dedicated On June 15 ABILENE — Tate May of Hamlin, director of district five of the West Texas Chamber of Commerce, will represent the district on the program for the formal opening and dedication of the WTCC headquarters building and resource and mu- seum institute here Wednesday June 15. The cotton and feed exhibit, sponsored by the ten counties of district five, will be explained by Mr. May during the thirty- minute ra...

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

ilHII A 9 V/ PP —C 1) }0Wf' V .. ■■mMp ■ Vi.?~. \ ■ ■.' 'i" £§*11 Behind the Ears Anybody can wash the sur- face of your car. But that's only the beginning with us. We scrub it clean from bumper to bumper. Pick- up and delivery. Dial 2872. SPECIAL COUPON Expert 1.00 /i|A Wash Job .... Q/V Vacuum Clean Free "POP'S IS TOPS" Broughton Motor Company 1st Door N Blue Bonnet Hotel Lee Burns Sinclair Service Station 24 Hour Service Specialized • Washing • Lubricating • Polishing Guaranteed Satisfaction Complete Auto Repair (Next to Service Welding Company) WOMEN'S WEAR! Hats ....1.00 to 4.95 Hose .. 79c to $1.65 HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 Dance LAKE INN Repair Loans 5% F.H.A. • Made on Your Income And Credit. Record • Open Note • 3 Years to Repay • No Collateral Required Let us figure out your program to paint, paper, remodel, repair or make an addition to your homo. Jennings Lumber Co. 300 W. 3rd Dial 2701 Dancing EVERY NIGHT To Music of Charlie Johnson and his Blue Rhythm Swing8ter8 Music tha...

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

I 1 To Go er Camp twater Troops Plan rt ^Period Near Menard, th'er on Eads' Ranch I" ^proximately 250 Scouts are to attend the twelfth annual summer camp of the Buffalo Trail Council which is to be held July 26 through August 9 at Camp Fawcett at Barksdale. Immediately following the regu- lar council camp, a senior camp is to be held on Dr. Ead's prop- erty, sixteen miles from Camp Fawcett, Scout Executive A. J. Stiles announced today. Arrangements have been made for the Scouts of Sweet- water to camp near the re- cently restored San Saba mis- sion, at Menard. The campsite will be near the 700 springs which empty into the Llano river. Stiles, who recently returned from an inspection of the camp- site, said the swimming hole has been enlarged new tentage purchased, and the camp gen- erally improved. The cost for the camp is $6 for each week at the council camp, and $12 a week for the senior camp. Arrangements have been made, Stiles said, for the Scouts on the senior camp to do ex- pl...

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

0 o ''i: ••<< S ■•Yl* J^V ' ' "A*- . '■•)'► • "■'■.• ■* ." . -' '. ., •/■• W>?" / i v- :•;■•".■ ■ ; 1 4 - '-' "~ ■ ■' V' • ',v * Wii :• . < v ' ... ■■ ^ .,• '-Ff., v.-' Si ■< - v'fVK ? •','. h -'ZSSiWi v SPANISH WAR Japanese Troops Are Approaching Hankon Invading Planes Continue Aerial ■ Raids on Canton United States Files Protest of Bombing Of Lingnan University SHANGHAI — (UP) — Chi- nese troops today prepared to abandon the junction of the Lunghai railroad. Japanese said their troops were within a few miles of Chingchow, the gateway to Hankow, despite Chinese efforts to halt them by cutting dikes on the Yellow river. Reports said that Chinese troops dynamited the Ching- chow railroad station and other buildings. At Washington Secretary of State Hull formally protested through the United States am- bassador at Tokio the bombings of tin American financed Ling- nan university at Canton by Japanese war planes. .1Al'ANES 10 CONTINUE TO BOMB CANTON CA NTON, Thursday—(UP)...

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

I m-s SVHETVATUt REPORTHC nrOTWAT^TBWS: TIHIBSnAV, JUNE 9.193S *~*gfUi- .JL'UJjLl LJL. ... ' . . n .. 1. pi. ,1 X t-BBT^ay U.m -i- U- *■■■- ~~ lul ,.- • • ' ■ re National League Lead From Chicago >h Victory New York Team In Front Cleveland Indians Retain Place As Tanks Also Lose NEW YORK — (UP) — The New York Giants recaptured the national league lead when they swept both ends of a double- header from the Chicago Cubs, 4-2 and 4-1. The twin victory elevated New York a half-game above the Cubs. The first game went 10- innings. Harry Gumbert and Larry French waged a brilliant duel until Mel Ott clouted his 12th homer of the year with one aboard in the 10th. Gumbert held the Cubs to seven hits while the Giants found French for 11. It was Harry's fifth win of the year. Hubbell Right Carl Hubbell stopped Chicago batsmen with a fine distribu- tion of the 10 hits he allowed in the nightcap. The Giants jumped on Clay Bryant in the first inning when Hank Lieber tripled two mates home for ...

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

t \ t I o ! o > 'i l#sfc rr- ■m? ■a . i. «—~, t tii-7 /SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Boy Scouts' Summer Camp Fu AK w Most of County jOffice Seekers Attend Rally Alvtn Netnir, Chairman, ® Speaks for McCraw; Nelson Represented ROSCOE — Candidates rever- sed the custom and furnished ihe "box" for the rally at Ros- coe Wednesday night, when they dropped $38.19 into a box for the Troop 37 Hoy Scout sum- mer camp fund. 4' The program was arranged by Scoutmaster George Parks. Al- vin Nemir was chairman, in- toduclng the candidates and per- sonally speaking for William ^IcOaw for governor. ~ Another "proxy speaker" was 13. t3. Hamilton, who spoke in the interest of Sen. G. H. Nel- son of Lubbock for lieutenant governor. ^'Iiosf Who Spoke Candidates present and who spoke included Marshall Pior, C. A. (Charley) Jones, H. T. Dockrey, and John Barry Hub- >ard for representative. R. Tem- le Dickson, other candidate was absent due to illness but sent his contribution to the Scouts,...

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

1 '*.18 && •"! A '; Jf& !, . & JtV SWEETWATER, TEXAS jbturflM edit3 ^aMond elaaa matter at^SL stwawt. Texai, Feb. 9, 1920* and Russell Bennltt, Put* . THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1938 Aiisrr mamv AROOMR RtCHT MOST OP 'CM OONC TO WASHINGTON! TO sec ABOUT RELIEF FUNDS, fARM LOAMS, tiOV«3NM\eNT JOBS, Business LOAMS AM* QMS THIMC AM' AMOTHeft I £$. for n< t S! ci le? g : Nj e c? i b ' r„ Ji a > i«; vi : g; i 111 ; *5 a * G S c ,i \ - t ; x So Joseph died, being an hundred and ten years old; and they embalmed him, and he teas put in a coffin in Egypt.—Genesis 50;26. 1 I It is as natural to man to die as to be born; and tot a little infant, perhaps the one is as painful as thfe| other.—Bacon. Theatres • ■ L j: u SUGGESTED MOTOR POLICE ARMY COULD BE SOMETHING ELSE Someone has suggested that as a safety measure it would be nice if Texas had 20,000 motor police. One for each mile of main highway. That would be very expensive traffic control in an age noted for high cost of govern...

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