Sweetwater Reporter (Sweetwater, Tex.), Vol. 41, No. 305, Ed. 1 Wednesday, April 19, 1939 Page: 4 of 6
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also Sunday morning and its
on Thursday bar The Swr
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1939
Inc. Entered as second claw
office in Sweetwater, Texai
George Bennitt and Russell
I will bleu them that blest thee, and curse
thet eurseth thee; end in thee shall til font•
of the earth be blessed.—Genesis 12;3.
are like young chickens, and still come
Save found employment
It is refreshing to read news that is as constructive
as that showing the employment of 80 per cent of the
211 graduates of the New York University's College of
Engineering last year. In spite of the tendency to em-
phasize unemployment, relief, pensions, etc. in the po-
litical forefront, young men and women are finding it
possible to make their way once out of school.
Of the 211 graduates from the Engineering col-
lege last year, 167 are working, 78.2 per cent. Sal-
aries and occupations vary but the main thing is
that they have found something to do.
The fact that this number of engineering graduates
has found employment indicates that much work is
being due. The job of an engineer is such that when
he works, the real result of his work usually means
work for many times as many men. This becomes a
hopeful sign not only for young men of the engineer-
ing profession but for others as well.
soviet HAS REASON AT HOME
for its PEACEFUL ROLE
New light on Soviet Russia's apparent tendency to-
ward peace is given in a recent article written by Vir-
ginia Cowles in the New York Times and coming from
London. She says at the outset that Stalin has killed
off three-fourths of all officers above the rank of colo-
nel through the "liquidation" process. Under such
conditions the directing forces of the great Soviet
army are in no way prepared for offensive warfare.
When you have 2,000,000 men under arms the officer
personnel takes on great importance. According to
Miss Cowles of eight officers who courtmartialed Mar-
shal Tukachevsky and his seven colleagues, six have
since been shot; and that when the Red army paraded
before Stalin in November, 1937, officers were not al-
lowed to carry guns in their holsters.
Obviously Russian diplomacy has been centered
on peace with such a condition existing in its arm-
ed forces. So when Adolf Hitler rang out his chal-
lenge last Autumn, the controlled press gave it but
four lines of space. It is also notable that in a recent
address made by Stalin, France and England were
made the butt of his sarcasm, while Hitler and
Mussolini were treated with kid gloves. Everyone
knows that although Russia aided the loyalist
cause it did not attempt to give major aid that would
win the revolution.
So, while the Soviet is still the Russian bear at home,
it is playing the role of a lamb in international affairs.
Report is that Clark acted very "lovey dovey" at his
marriage to Carole. So that movie manner is the real
thing after all.
A "colossal" wrestling match was staged at a smelt
festival. How appropriate!
Orthodontia is the dental name for teeth straighten-
ing. Suggested, maybe, by sound of a wide-mouthed pa-
tient's reply when a dentist asked him a question.
5 Pertaining to
13 Plane surfaces
15 To dip lightly.
16 To intrigue.
18 Native peach.
IB Good will.
22 Gripped with
28 Play on words
30 Nay. jjl
31 Spore sacs. ™
32 Pigeon's home' ,
Answer to Previous Puzzle
41 Italian river.
45 She sang in
60 She is now a
4 Sweet potato.
6 The same.
7 She is in
8 To border on.
9 Knave of
10 Kimono sash.
11 People united
22 Her native
26 She starred in
29 Fiber knots.
41 One who is
43 Spore masses.
46 To attitudinize
47 Fetid air.
48 Beast of
49 Chart. '
Nolan county's agriculture
and home demonstration agents
and a number of farm men and
women are to attend the West
Central Texas annual dairy day
program at Abilene Saturday.
More than 200 farm agents,
dairymen, farm men and wo-
men, 4-H club boys and others
interested in the development of
the dairy industry in 11 West
Texas counties are expected to
The meeting is open to dairy-
men and farmers in Nolan,
Taylor, Eastland, Stephens
Shackelford, Jones, Fisher, Run-
nels, Coleman, Brown, and
Among the expert dairymen
to attend the meeting are E. R
Eudaly, dairy specialist of Tex-
as A and M college extension
service; G. G. Gibson, asslstan*
to Eudaly; W. V. Maddox, ex
tension service specialist ir
dairy manufacturing; D. T. Si-
mons, Fort Worth, secretary of
the Texas Jersey Cattle clut
and field representative of the
American Jersey Cattle club.
Jack Shelton, vice-director of
the Texas extension service; W.
I. Glass, district agent for the
extension service; and Maurine
Hearne, district home demons-
An added feature of this year's
event will be a dairy products
division in which farm women
and dairy farmers are urged to
Principal objective of the
dairy day series is to stand-
ardize the blue ribbon cow.
Among those to attend from
this county are County Agent
R. B. Tate, Miss Viarena Stin-
son, home demonstration agent;
Miss Katherine Lightfoot, as-
sistant home demonstration
agent: Mesdames George Pepper
and Ollie Cox. Sweetwater: and
D. D. Pitts, Roscoe, and others.
8 Civil Cases
Set For Hearing
Eight civil cases today were
set by Judge A. S. Mauzey for
trial during the April term of
32nd district court. They are:
April 27—Ilia Brand vs. Dude
May 1—G. H. Arledge vs.
Sears, Roebuck and company;
Sears, Roebuck and company
vs. G. H. Arledge, both for dam-
May 4—Inez May field vs. The
Western Mutual Life Insurance
company, suit on insurance po-
May 5—Sam Gensberg vs. Tex-
as & Pacific Railway company,
May 8—Jack Smith, by next
riend, E. W. Smith, vs. I. Stur-
May 9—Eula May Thomas vs.
I. C. Thomas, divorce.
May 11—G. W. Tilson vs. Con-
inental Casualty company, com-
There's a cold wave sweep-
ing the country . . . but there's
no need for extra blankets, for
it's enclosed in box cars! The
statements refer to 150 car-
loads of refrigerators. They're
rolling over miles of track, con-
signed to Montgomery Ward
stores all over the country.
F. H. Boyle, manager of the
Sweetwater Ward store, point-
ed out that Montgomery Ward
has bought what amounts to al-
most a mile of refrigerators
for the huge semi-annual Ward
Week sale. He said that nearly
every department in the Ward
store has made similar volume
"In making such large pur-
chases for a single event", he
said, "we are able to effect con-
siderable economies. Through
the economies we can natural-
ly offer our customers l>ettei
merchandise and lower prices
than would otherwise be pos
According to Mr. Boyle, stor<
preparations are virtually com
plete for the Ward Week sal
which begins Saturday. The sale
will be featured by extensive
AUSTIN — (UP) — A bill
to punish persons libeling pub-
lic officials or candidates was
re-committed today to the Tex-
as house of representatives com-
mittee on criminal jurisprud
The committee reported the
bill favorably, but Rep. Max
Boyer of Perryton, chairman,
said the committee had been
asked to set a public hearing on
the measure. The house then
voted to send the bill back to
The house defeated, by 05 to
!4 vote, a bill to revise the state
sanitary code. Rep. R. L. Reader
of San Antonio, sponsor, said
the Texas health statutes were
"out of date." After numerous
objections were voiced to the
bill, the house voted to kill it.
In Texas Ordered
AUSTIN — (UP) — Investi-
gation of organizations collect-
ing money from old age pension
seekers was ordered by the
Texas house of representatives.
Rep. James E. Taylor of Ker-
3ns, author of the resolution,
■laid aged citizens throughout
the state received letters mail-
ed from the state capitol postof-
fice station here last week ask-
ing for SI contributions to help
get $30 a month pensions for all
•persons over (15 years old. The
organization has no official con-
lection, but uses the capitol
"I expect they have already
collected $5,000 on this proposi-
tion." said Taylor.
The investigation will be con-
ducted by the cotnmittee on
representation before the leg-
islature under a $500 appropri-
Rep. Roy I. Tennant Jr. of
Longview charged "high-binding
racketeers are stirring up the
old folks." The resolution that
the old people can received only
"disappointment" from their
contributions to pension organ-
In 1946 Race
DALLAS — (UP' — Lawrence
Wood Roberts, Jr., Atlanta, Ga.
secretary of the democratic nat-
ional committee, said Pres.
Roosevelt would be an import-
ant factor in the 1940 democra
tic presidential nomination re-
gardless of whether he would
be a candidate.
Robert said, however, he did
not believe the president would
seek a third term.
The national committee sec
retary said that Vice President
Garner, Postmaster General Far-
ley and Secretary of State Hull
were the strongest potential can-
"But it is too early to make
any predictions now", Robert
Robert was in Texas as the
executive director of the south
ern governor's conference pro-
gram for industrialization. He
planned to visit Gov. W. Lee
O'Daniel at Austin, Gov. Leon
Phillips of Oklahoma and Gov.
Carl Bailey of Arkansas.
Bound Over On
LOS ANGELES — (UP) —
.Toe Jeffers, dapper pastor of
Kingdom church, and his attrac-
tive wife were bound over for
trial on charges they held "nude
orgies" to which they invited
More than 100 followers, who
had prayed, sung hymns and
occasionally rolled on the floor
of the municipal court corridor
throughout the day, set up a
chant of "hallelujahs" and
.'praise the lords", when the
preacher and his wife emerg-
ed from the courtroom. The pre-
liminary hearing had been clos-
ed, both to spectators and press.
Their total bail of $12,500 was
continued and they were releas-
ed, pending arraignment in sup-
erior court on May 4.
The state introduced two wit-
nesses who described nude or-
gies they said Jeffers an<
By Factory Trained
AUSTIN — (UP) — A consti-
tutional amendment providing
four-year terms of office for
state, district, county and pre-
cinct officers instead of two-
year terms was passed finally
by the Texas house of represen-
tatives and sent to the senate.
The resolution by Rep. Eug-
ene Talbert of Tyler received 103
aye votes, 29 noes, enough to
submit it to the voters at an
election this summer if the sen-
ate gives it two-thirds approval.
The amendment provides for a
four-year term as governor and
ind stipulates that no person
^hall succeed himself in that
The house had approved the
•esolution earlier with it J favor-
able votes, but 100 were needed
for final passage.
A senate committee voted a
'avorable report on a constitu-
'ional amendment to authorize
cities to establish civil service
Mrs. Bailey. 81,
Dies; Rites Held
Funeral services were held at
10:30 a. m., today at Yates Fun-
eral chapel for Mrs. Parelee T.
Bailey, 83. who died at 2:21) p.
m., Tuesday at the home of her
granddaughter, Mrs. John Brook-
shire on Locust street.
Mrs. Bailey had lived in West
Texas more than 80 years. She
was born in Paris, Tenn.. and
was married to J. H. Bailey who
died in Abilene in 1912. Most of
her married life was spent, in
Jones and Taylor counties. Last
winter she lived with her child-
ren in San Angelo.
Rites were conducted hv the
Hev. Sam H. Young. First Meth-
odist pastor, the body being con-
veyed overland by Yates to An-
son for burial.
Children surviving are J. E. N.
Bailey, Kermit; R. Q. M. Bailey,
Abilene; J. W. Bailey, Mrs. B. L.
McCoy, San Angelo; Mrs. A.
Graves. Teloga. Tenn.; Mrs. Earl
Calhown, Abilene: slster-i are
Mrs. P. R. Henson, Sweetwater,
and Mrs. Josie Hart of Borger.
The gaactfc system, as well as
thousands of similar astronomi-
cal systems, Is composed of
stars, globular clusters, gaseous
nebUlae, meteors and apace
DALLAS — (UP) — Several
hundreds of the nation's Indus-
trial and financial leaders are
attending the three day cel-
ebration honoring Nathan
Adams, president of First
National Bank of Dallas, for 50
years of continuous service with
Speakers included U. S.
District Judge Randolph Bryant
of Sherman, Gus F. Taylor, Tyl-
er bank president, Frank K.
Houston, president of the Che-
mical Bank and Trust Co. of
New York and Jesse J. Jones,
Of Boy Scouts
To Visit City
John Triplett, assistant nation-
al director of registration, from
National Boy Scout headquarters
in New York, is to arrive in
Sweetwater Thursday evening
for a two-day trip through the
Buffalo Trail council, Scout Exe-
cutive A1 Stiles announced to-
Triplet is responsible for the
promotion of the troop budget
plan in councils and troops
throughout the United States.
Thursday evening he is to be
guest at a dinner meeting here
at which Scouts from the Sny-
der, Colorado City and Sweetwat-
er districts are to attend. The
meeting is to start at 7:30 on the
Blue Bonnet roof.
Friday noon, Mr. Triplett is
to meet with Scouters of the
Big Spring district, the meeting
to be held at Big Spring and is
to be attended by leaders of
Howard anil Martin counties.
Friday evening a similar
meeting is to be held in Odessa,
attended by leaders from Mid-
land. Pecos and Odessa districts.
The troop budget plan applies
to both Scout and Cub units.
CAPITOLA — Jeff McCain,
Jttlefield CCC camp enrollee
is visiting relatives and friends
.Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fair and
Mr. and Mrs. Blackie Owens
By Mrs. J. H. Pitman ! were Saturday night visitors in
MESQU1TE — Thirty-seven j Sweetwater.
persons attended the mid-week j Edward Petty and liennie
prayer service Wednesday. In- j Clinton Kidd spent Sunday
creased interest is being shown, j night with Alton McCain.
Jim Spence is leader this week, j Mr. and Mrs. Scott Toland and
The Rev. J. W. Newsome fill- j
ed his regular appointment here ,
Saturday and Sunday, large,
groups attending both sermons. |
Garland Dixon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. A. It. Dixon, suffered a j
broken leg and cuts and bruises j
Saturday afternoon in Roscoe,
when he got in the path of a mov-
Raymond Dodgion suffered a j
crushed foot and two broken I
toes this week when his foot 1
became entangled in a power
lift on his tractor, lie is improv-
The Rev. and Mrs. Newsome j
were Saturday night guests of
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blankenship.
and Sunday gdests of the
Misses Betty Joe and Ernes-
tine Harris of Roscoe spent Sat-
urday night with Misses Gladys
and Nelline Dodgion.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Pitman
were Sunday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Porter.
Miss Billy Kate Porter was
the Sunday guest of Miss Nel-
Sunday visitors in Colorado
City with Mr. and Mrs. J. R.
Klser were Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Hair and family.
Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Hestand
and Mr. and Mrs. A. Reece were
Sunday guests of the Ike Hest-
Mr. anri Mrs. W. E. Blanken j
ship and family spent Sunday
visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. it. Dix-
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37 At Mesquite
children and Misses Lillie
Stella Rogers were weekend
itors at Cross Plains.
Mr. and Mrs. Watson McCain
Doug Fairbanks Jr.
Will Wed Saturday
HOLLYWOOD — (UP) —
Doug Fairbanks, Jr.. 20, .took a
couple hours off from the stu-
dio to make a hurried trip to
the hall of records where ho
and Mrs. Mary Lee Epling Hart-
ford. 28, applied for a marriage
They said they would he mar-
ried in a Beverly Hills church
The actor said ihe wedding
would be a quiet affair.
Best man will be the bride-
groom's father, while Mrs. Giles
Thomas Rpllng, mother of Mrq.
Hartford, will give her away.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hewley of
fort Worth are parents of a son,
born April 8. IP.: has been nam-
ed Kenneth Paul. Mrs. Hewley
was before her marriage Miss
Mrs. .1. u. Bryant spent Tues-
day and Wednesday with Mrs.
W. M. Seui loek and family.
Mrs. M. K. Atkins was moved
to a Dallas hospital this week.
Her condition is said to be criti-
Curry McCain and Buck Ow-
ens were Monday business vis-
itors in Sweetwater.
Mrs. Gladys Brown under-
went major surgery in the
Sweetwater hospital. Her con-
dition is improving.
Barney Toland is visiting the
Paul Bewleys in Fort Worth.
Mr. Bewley was a visitor in the
community during the week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McCain
spent Sunday evening visiting
Mr. and Mrs. Curry McCain.
Mr. and Mrs. Blackie Owen
visited in the Buck Owen home
Cub Camp Planned
At Midland Saturday
Scout Executive A1 Stile is
busy this week making arrange-
ments for the Cub day-camp at
Midland Saturday. The camp is
to lie similar to the one held
here March 25, Stiles said.
FDR Kin. Friend
Die In Air Crash
MEXICO CITY — (UP) —
Donald Roosevelt, a nephew of
Mrs. Franklin D. Roosevelt, and
Peter Rumsey of Sands Point,
L. I., were reported killed
when their airplane crashed in
the vicinity of Guadalupe Vic-
toria. Puebla state.
Miss Cariotta Constantine. 21,
daughter of Arthur Constantine,
International News Service Cor-
respondent here, who also was
in the plane, suffered a broken
leg. Miss Constantine was grad-
uated last year from the Sarah
Lawrence college, BrOnxville, N.
Roosevelt and Rumsey, both
Harvard students, were on an
aerial vacation in Mexico.
At Legion Meet
Seventy-five L e g i onnaires
from the Musicians post, Sweet-
water; and posts at Roscoe, Ro-
tan, and Abilene, were guests
last night of members of Oscar
McDonald pvst for a "bean feed"
at, which the candidacy of
Gebrge Barber, Sweetwater, a.s
district 17 commander was pro-
Delegates from Roscoe and Ro-
tan informed the group that
posts there had already endor-
sed Barber's candidacy, bringing
the total out of posts backing
him to* five. Others endorsing
him are Abilene, Mineral Wells,
A group from Oscar McDon-
ald organization is to go to Al-
bany Thursday night for a joint
meeting with the Moran post
at which they are to further
The Rotan delegation last
night was headed by Hugh lluc-
aby, post commander. E. Martin,
past adjutant, was spokesman
for Roscoe, and the Abilene
group was headed by Roy John-
i son, past post commander.
APPLICATION TO MAKE
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN:
Notice is hereby given that I
have this day made application
to .the County Court of Nolan
County, Texas, for authority to
execute a mineral lease on the
.real estate owned by S. B. Bui-
lard, which will be heard by said
Court on Wednesday, April 20th,
1939, at 10 o'clock a. m. at the
Guardian of the person and
estate of the said S. B.
April 17th, 19.'$!).
Lost and Found
Lost: Black and gold Champion-
ship Mohawk tennis racket In
northwest Sweetwater. Please
return to or call Reporter.
The Southwestern Life Insur-
ance Company has assets of
over sixty million dollars. Joe
H. Boothe, 'Representative.
Lest We Regret
We made and sold 20,000 pounds
of butter last month. Good?
You bet! Try it. Home Dairy.
Dahlia tubers, bedding plants,
canna roots and seeds. Plant
now. Sweetwater Floral Co.
Will trade '34 Plymouth for
equity in late model auto. Les-
lie McBeth. 113 Pecan St.
Wanted To Buy
Wanted to Buy: Three loads of
poultry this week. Will pay 13
cents on hens four pounds and
up, ten cents on all under four
pounds, six cents on cocks.
Get our prices on eggs and,
cream. Western Produce Co.
-120 Oak St.
Wanted girls to loarn Photogra-
phy. Offer a few girls chance
to earn tuition and salary
while learning. Text books
and all material furnished by
us. Preference given to high
school graduates with a record _
of good grades. Give age, edu- *
cation and address in first
letter. TEXAS PHOTOGRAPH-
IC INSTITUTE Dept. A., P. O.
Box 963 Sweetwater, Texas.
Wanted: Young single man to
work in furniture department.
See L. T. Whitlock, Montgom-
ery-Ward, between hours of
8-10 a. m., Thursday.
Apartments For Bent
For Rent: Three room unfurn-
nishert apartment. Private
hath. Garage. Modern<. 104
Over 2000 Women Confirm
Texas Query Results
Every day the "Touring Re-
porters" get more figures con-
firming what they discovered
when they queried Texas wom-
en not long ago.
Of the first 100 Dallas users,
88 declared they were benefited
by CARDUI! And now, with 2011
users visited In 16 states, the
record stands—93 per cent pay
they were definitely helped by
Back of this great record of
help to weak, rundown, nervous
v. omen who suffer from head-
ache, depression, cramp-like pain
and other symptoms of function-
al dysmenorrhea due to malnu-
trition, is a sound medii-jl ex-
planation. CARDUI stimulates
appetite, aids digestion, and so
helps build physical resistance.
Begin the CARDUI build up
For Rent: Furnished garage
apartment. Northeast part of
town. .1. C. Morris Jr. Phone
2564 or 2602.
For Rent: Three room furnished
apartment. Hardwood floors.
Private bath and garage. De-
posits paid. 211 West Ave. D.
Two-room furnished apartment.
Call at 808 James street after
Apartment for rent. Dial 2424.
Nicely furnished apartment in
brick building. Close in. With 4
Frigidaire. 407 E. 3rd St. Dial
For Rent: Two furnished house-
keeping rooms. Close in. Utili-
ties paid. 309 East 5th St. Dial
FOR RENT: Furnished apart-
ment. 1(M) Hickory.
FOR RENT—Furnished apart-
ments. Phone 484.
Houses For Rent
For Rent: Modern five - room
house. 311 East 5th St. Dr. A.
Rooms For Rent
For Rent: Southeast and south-
west bedrooms for rent to
boys. With meals. Call 2598 or
For Rent: Two furnished rooms.
Utilities paid. 515 Ncff St.
FOR RENT:: Front bedroom.
Gentleman preferred. 908 East
FOR RENT: Southeast and
Southwest bedrooms for rent
to boys. Witli meals. Call 2598
or 500 Locust.
High temperatures in factor-
ies, according to authorities, in-
crease the number of acci-
MAYS A PERKINS
522-25 Levy Bldg.
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