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Ed Warren, former newspaper editor/publisher, discusses his early life, news stories, newspapers and events in Post.

General Interview Information

Interviewee Name: Ed A. Warren

Additional Parties Recorded: None

Date: April 10, 1984

Location: Post, Texas

Interviewer: Richard Mason

Length: 2 hours


Tape 1, Side 1: Sun News, Southland, Texas, Herb Glynn, editor, Molly Jackson, Ed A. Warren, Charlie Guy (1927), Plains Journal, Merger with the Lubbock Avalanche, Newspaper Industry, Vocational interest, Grandfather’s influence, Post City Post, Post, Texas, Previous owner, Second newspaper, Garza County News, Warren (again), To Post (1925), Post City Post, publisher, Stepmother’s influence, Post Dispatch, Start-up, Location, Publishing, Family, Parents, Background, Born: January 1903, Southland, Texas, Appearance, Southland paper, Circulation area, Newspapers, Profits, Advertisers vs. circulation, Line-o-type, Purchase, Type setting.

Tape 1, Side 2: Newspapers (continued), Revenues, Printing jobs, Line-o-type, Staffing needs, Editorials, Awards, West Texas Press Association, Organization, Engravings, Photographs, Trick photos, "Giant" cotton leaf worm, Farm boy riding a "100-pound" turkey, Naval Photography School, Aerial Photography, Military career, Photographs (continued), Published photos, Collection size, West Texas Press Association (again), Organization, Edgar Bergman, Christmas gifts for the Korean veterans, Visit to Post, Show in Warren’s home, West Texas Press Association (again), Rationale.

Tape 2, Side 1: Southland, Texas, Changes, Post, Texas (again), Sandstorm, Thanksgiving Day (1926), Stories, Mont Bridges, murderer, Crime, Description,

-Off the record-

Jay Donaldson, Sheriff Kato, Killed an FBI agent, Shooting incident, Newspaper coverage, FBI investigation, Trial, Drug trial, Two doctors, Character witnesses, Plea bargain.

Tape 2, Side 2: Drug trial (continued), Transient’s role, Kato (again), Drug trial (again), Fencing operation, Sheriff’s death, Suicides, Sheriff Kato (again), N. C. Outlaw, attorney, Death, Sheriff Kato (again), Death, Dr. Kitchens, Dr. Hartman, Media coverage (again), Newspaper, Sale, Awards, Editors, Qualities, Local aspect, News, Lubbock television stations’ news, Lack of local perspective, Change in local papers, Bergman (again), Visit to Post, Newspapers (again), Outside ownership, Change in daily newspapers, "Canned" news, Inserts, Lubbock Avalanche-Journal (again), Repeated news, [TAPE ENDS].

Range Dates: 1903-1984

Bulk Dates: 1925-1984

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