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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

LlS) wSw) CONTEST!; E t '••" 1-* :-' ■" '- -'ft■' ' '"■■ V^-^Y-V^V'.' '-u'-- ••jSs^lbafcW Pi ——————~ te a flumber of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tare out the advertise- Ifimling the largest number of misspelled words and who presents the ads accompanied by a lofcfyck p. m. Monday will receive a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest [rst brize winner will receive a prize of $1 cash. Please note entries will be received up to 6 tei §ntry is declared winner. Desicion of co ntest judges is final. 2nd Prize $1.00 ED WORDS YOU CAN FIND ln CHILDRENS" ANKLETS Last ex Tops 10c Values Finest gauge mercerized Cotton or Rayon Plat- ed. Choose from an arrey of Spring Colors and paterns. Size I) to 10'- Jc pr« Monday Only SPECIAL WALLPAPER Paper that com paires with 14c Single Roll They are now offered for less than half tliier worth. die single roll BUCK AND CO. Monday Only Sweetwater, Mr. I!. F. Gee Dail 611 'Theatre T ickets! • • i ♦ lanagment...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

1 1 i o * i. v;•' I ■ i ii in«i> ii in ■ WWrni; ■; WM iir ' ' m.iM ft **'• .-frfo l*p - Ml rings Revenue Bill Mon Hop* Act Stimulate " less in U. S. At The Theatres *«r Cent Surtax Oi Small Corporations Rejected In House WASHINGTON — (TTP) — The 1938 revenue b>H, designed to stimulate trade bv providing relief to big and little business and which passed the house Friday, goes to the senate where Monday Chairman Pat Harri- son, D., Miss., of the finance committee plans to open hear- ings on it. The measure goes to senate after the house passed -i 25-cent a gallon increase on the federal liquor rate as a substitute for a surtax on closely-held corpora- tions. Sharp differences in t lie sen- ate and an anticipated fL>or fight probably will delay final disposition of the measure for several weeks. Provisions Ol' Kill The revenue bill provides for: 1. Exemption of corporations earning $25,000 or less annually from the 1 to 27 per cent oro- fits tax rates. They would pay a gradua...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

o , > I • i * - J mr~rt • (iPEC'IAli NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS • Ben M. Davis & Co. IClms 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 9 a record of successful man- agement.. On this basis the Southwestern Life Insur- i ance Company invites com- parison, and solicits your business. 9 Joe H. Boothe, Rep. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 CEDAR Special On Permanents Eugene Waves.... $2.00 } Others Priced Right Phone 2449 APARTMENTS FOR RENT THREE room duplex unfurnish- ■) ed. Private bath. 907 Crane. Phone 411. DESIRABLE furnished apart- ment at 1200 Walnut 'Street. FOR RENT—Furnished apart- ! ments. Phone 484. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished i apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel, West Broadway. FOR HAJjE 208 East New Mexico. 5-room brick. Good condition, excel- lent buy $2350.00. 1004 Oak...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 March 1938

II I Mcdonald post no. 109 American Q Legion's FIRST BIG BOXING SHOW UNDER AUSPICES A.A.U. Join the crowds and attend Sweetwater's first big boxing show. Leading amateurs from this area will match gloves in 10 fast bouts. Not a dull moment during the entire show. Come and encourage the boys in promoting amateur athletics. MONDAY NIGHT 8 P. M., March 14 MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM Amateur boxing under American Amateur Union rules is a clean, fast sport. Plenty of action is assured, with well-matched contests prevailing. 10 FAST BOUTS City Elimination Tournament LADIES FREE WITH EACH ADULT TICKET Ladies enjoy boxing as well as the men and in order to encourage them to attend, one lady wi, be admitted free with each adult ticket sold. Everything has been done to provide good clean enter tainment. ADMISSION: First 10 liows Reserved Adults General Children .35 .25 .15 Gulf Oil Corporation Xey Sheridan, Consignee Jess Lambert George Outlaw District Attorney Dr. R. 0. Peters Physician T. & P....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 March 1938

fm. (V • i > t ★ To Intensify Her Rearmament Program Austrian Seizure Is Denounced By Prime Minister Does Not Reveal At- titude Toward Further Hitler Aggression LONDON — (UP) — The German annexation of Austria will foe followed by intensifica- tion of British rearmameht, Prime Minister Neville Cham- berlain told a crowded house of commons today in a vigorous statement on foreign affairs. Chamberlain denounced Ger- many's seizure of Austria as deserving "the severest con- demnation." He promised in- creases in Great 'Britain's al- ready tremendous rearmament program. "What has happened," Cham- berlain said, "cannot fail to prejudice His Majesty's govern- ment's hope of removing misun- derstandings between nations and promoting international co- operation. His Majesty's govern- ment must always be interest- ed in developments in central Europe, particularly events such as those which have just taken place." No Commitments Made Asserting that the British government had no commitment...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 March 1938

Ilgjfl fgi ' , ■■ JJ'"'fll'JllMl!! im '' "i . HRHI ^MpSSPtsiR our Bathroom a Room of Beauty? A beautiful, modern bathroom is a distinguish- ing mark of a home-loving family. Keep your bathroom new with the latest modes in fix- tures. Our Standard equipment can help you have beauty and convenience in your bath- room. WESTERN WINDMILL COMPANY 111 WEST 1ST ST. Large Living Rooms Feature. Of Modern Homes A large living room is a fea-i ture of modern home building- Indeed, a proud home own$r te more apt to tell you, not now many baths or how many rooms or how many porches his domi- cile includes, but how large is the living room. Return to home life during the depression is one reasorj for this return to large living rooms, builders declare. In pio- neer days it was customary for homes to provide a big room in which the folk of the neigh- borhood, young and old, could gather for dances and parties. But as modern life plus auto- mobiles sent the youngsters es- pecially to outside points o...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 March 1938

'JS3^S Ifv; v vi$p-.- ff. fATER ■ 3jB ■ SWEETWATER, TEXAS ^Srl *wW$$wymm P*W Amateurs Square In Municipal Auditorium Tani, 0 Record Crowd In Prospect For Opening Rounds Trainer Bobby Dark Declares Proteges "In Pink" of Condition Sweetwater sports fans await the gonp tonight at 8 o'clock that will start the first of the AAU scheduled amateur bouts in Municipal Auditorium. With ten bouts of the elimination series assured, officials pre- dicted a sell-out as demand for tickets became intense. A reserved section proved inadequate, but it was too late to provide more. However, the ring is in position that general admission seats will afford a good view. Hoys "In The Pink" Trainer Bobby Clark report- ed his proteges in good condi- tion for the opener, as tney were not entered in recent houts to which they were invit- ed but saved their fire for the contests tonight. Efforts to .start the program promptly at 8 o'clock are being made, with several previously scheduled meetings being rush- e...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 March 1938

MONDAY, MARCH 14, 193ft PME POBRl Over the Border rv. *r t4*5' £ \kff i ■ \ . ■ the merciful thou wilt heu thyteif mer- it pright.—V Samuel 22;26. ifulness makes us eqtfal lo the gods.— tUun. '4 \V . by tFe Swwtwa^r^Repor Inc. Entered as second class matter at p office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, 1 George Behnitt and Russell Beitnitt, Pubs. , BUILDING GIVES OS TO BUSINESS Construction of homes under the provisions of the federal Housing Act promises to be a major business stimulus during 1938. Interest in home building is keen in every community in the country and Sweet- water is no exception. The past year has shown an in- crease in the building of new homes and remodeling of old structures. All parts of the city have shown the stimulating influence of home improvements. Many re- modeling jobs have been confined to interim's which have none the less been part oi the building piogram. It can be said with assurance that there nevei has been a time when financing for home build- ing...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 March 1938

J t 3 i • : !< . ' t ' 5 ij, ■ ■j j • \ • 0 fT> vWsfir^llliP1 IsqiPii f M ., |. - 1 > $|gp.f| fST?s' Wm2- ^ % ^wpppM-><* MONDAY, MARCH 14, 1038 K-'f'v-5 ■"*& 2JSp' :-wr, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, Tl • '■ ^ ^ x • ' - u -MVK J , t - ■ - ? CLASSIFIED SPECIAL NOTICE FOR HALE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mtms Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas MADAM ANNA gives advise in all affairs of life. Hours from 10 a. m. to 9 p. m. Camp Joy. FOR RENT: 5 room apartment, partly furnished. 210 Orange. Mrs. R. C. Sheppard. 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 $2.00 Others Priced Right...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 14 March 1938

Budgeting Laws Misnomers, Says tant King |rir GORDON K. SHEARER U. P. Staff Correspondent AUSTIN — (UP) — No busi- ness organization could sur- vive even for a short length of time, under conditions prevalent in state government, Tom C. King, state auditor and effici- ency expert, has reported to Governor James V. Allred Two hundred independent un- its with overlapping duties floun- der along without any central executive authority, King said and without any accounting standards that would make pos- sible effective auditing of annual business amounting to almost $170,000,000. ''The State of Texas, with res- pefct to its fiscal affairs, cannot be' said to be organibed in ac- cord with any plan", he sum- marized. King found that the state gov- ernment is operated without ef- fective planning as well as with- out any means for post-checking. "Present laws relative to state budgeting", he reported, "could tions. Suggested amounts for ap propriations are made from mea ger and superficial...

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

ati t| 1? • * ★ ADOLF HITLER FORMALLY ANNEXES AOSTRIA Germany's Fighting Forces On Parade VIENNA (By telephone to London)—The pride of the Ger- man army marched past Adolf Hitler today as he formally ac- cepted Austria into the German Reich and proclaimed it to be the newest eastern frontier of greater Germany and its defender against enemies. War planes roared overhead As infantry, cavalry, tanks and armored cars passed in review. Approximately 25,000 German and Austrian troops participat- ed. Shortly after the review, Hit- ler left i>y airplane for Munich,, leaving his lieutenants to com- plete the Nazification of Austria. In accepting his homeland in- to the Reich as "the greatest accomplishment of my life," Hit- ler gave hint of the promised land of Naziism when he said, "By work and industry and col- laboration, we will solve the great social problems." Thousands Ciiet'i* Hitler Hundreds of thousands mass- ed around the square where Mil- ler stood, madly cheering Hitler and ...

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

Crowd of Paver Hanna Is Feature packed auditorium greeted tfye first card of the McDonald poRt American Legion sponsor- ed; AAU boxing schedule for Sweetwater Monday night and cheered to an echo the ten good bouts which for the most part were well matched and hotly contested! Climax1 of the card was the heavyweight bout between H. M. Foster and Tryman Berry, which was called a draw. Fos- ter ■ show.ed good form in the first round and outpointed his opponent/, with frequent jabs td the face. The second round was cleatiy Berry's, and he rocked Fftster with a right to the head that had him reeling at the gong. The third round was a nip-amd-tuck affair, which was compromised as even, to reach draw decision. However. Berry shbwed promise of a good heavy contender with little more tech- nique, and probably will be the favorite when these boys meet again; Fwer Pleases * Another bout that pleased the fans was the showing of R. D. Faver against Dick Hanna in the lightweight division. Hanna w...

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

1)1 1)5 |i:s 1)4 sn i w«i<iiiii— 'm •■"i'1 swrPfPP k. i % 9 . i I to . I t :] ♦ • i fl May Be Too Iiate To Stop Fascist Drive, Says Dodd Negative Attitude Of Democracies Blamed For European Crisis '.. NEW YORK — (UP) _ Co- operative action of the world's democracies could have prevent- ed Germany's seizure of Aus- tria, William E. Dodd, former ambassador to Germany, assort- ed today. Dodd, whose hatred of Nazi- ism was ill-concealed when lie was ambassador and who re- signed because of the resulting friction, declared that unless the democracies cooperate now. no one may predict where the fas- cist drive will penetrate. "if we in America are not willing to cooperate," he said, "I see no future for democracy in the world." Only one-third of Austria's peo- ple are Nazi sympathizers, he said. "The other two-thirds," he continued, "hold to their own opinions, but because they will never speak out again nobody will know in the future what they think." Democracies I'lay Part The democr...

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

"X rv -- mfm #. t:>Jit-fli'^fpi MsvrcF%WsSRB-?..*.■ v&fc-sS WeJu&WSt &vJx; /■&■:*>* ':: :■' SWEETWATER, TEXAS TUESDAY, MARCH 15, 19M PAfiE N?* Nolan County Folk At Ft. Worth Show Spring Thaw ye thall be hated of all meft for my name'* kmI k« ifc«< endureth to the end thall be 10,22. blood of the martyrs is the seed of the ,—Jerome. v '- r." B*ai5 S?J ' ->*' _«1 ■ ft "\ •••'"•'"• ' * "x"1 • -V- ' • • .. ''••••' ■ '■■■' \ :.-!(v;:■*•'•• - • c V^^-V.'-r -X...--fit. - ' mm m W ■■■ rm-, _BWIW u second claw mattof office tn Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, JMO. George Bennitt ar.d Russell Bennltt, PUbs. HIGHWAY 15 WINS PfSDERAL RECOGNITION When good fortune comes to your neighbors you should congratulate them. The announcement that Fed- eral highway aid is now available to highway 15 from Roby to New Mexico is most fortunate for communi- ties along this entire route and our good neighbors to the north in Fisher and Scurry counties, particular- ly. Modernizing of high...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 March 1938

j/ liey ■trs. iU\K. macmm- im D t MIST _l_ LOST: Man's Elgin wrist watch on golf course Sunday. James Rogers-at Sunbeam. SPECIAL NOTICE FOR SALE 208 East New Mexico. 5-room brick. Good condition, excel- AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Rldg. 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.. $2.00 Others Priced Right Phone 2*149 APARTMENTS FOR RENT lent buy $2350 100J Oak Street, 5-room Stucco, well built, Modern tOOCA in all respects.... 9&&OV 401 East Arkansas. 4-room frame —corner lot. Fenced "I O CA in back yard D. A. CLARK 307 Oak Street Phone 722 FOR SALE: Youn...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 March 1938

safe-.* BAKERY SPECIALS HOT CROSS BUNS 15c Jellv Rolls and Chocolate Marshmallow bolls '-*• °rsr. 5c DEVIL'S FOOD CAKE , 20c Butter Pecan COOKIES doxen .. IOC Wilson's Certified BOILED HAM : 39c 12c 14c 25 19 STEAK - - Boneless ROAST roll - Wilson's Thrift Brand SLICED BACON NliCOA - lb. lb. Cello lb. C C I lews 's Priew in Blf«et To-day AfUraoon Wednesday and Thursday Poteet 2 pint boxes mmg iWBERRIES - 25c ir 25c Texas ^ ft |NGES " " Dozen 19C Winesap .j - - - Dozen | |JC Regular 5c Seedless GRAPEFRUIT 39c Large Central America BANANAS do, 19c CARROTS BEETS 1 flr RADISHES Bunches 1 U * Tender Leaf ^ ^ SPINACH - - - CELERY Jun,siaik 15c BEANS' V 12*ic ENGLISH PEASPn" Pod,H 9c CABBAGEFlrm ?r." J'/ic RHUBARB chT 5c SQUASH Sma"row 12 ic Van (.'amp's PORK AND BEANS , 4'ic Gingham Girl PEACHESSyrZ. 2'i c,n 15c Wilson's Advance SHORTENING carton, 35^^ carton 78c CRACKER JACKS Vd™"2 ic Pure Cane SUGAR Pap"'bBaS 49c cUV 52c Ocean Spray CRANBERRY SAUCE17 £... 15 ic Chocolate OVALTINE 33c Fr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 March 1938

a "Ik "21 9 n . BHM fiigi H ■Mpi p|ii AN Held As Spy * ★ \ .1 Charged with selling military defense secrets to a foreign power, Otto Hermann Voss, German-horn naturalized Am- erican, proves that seven years ran do much to alter politi- cal beliefs. G-men who arrest- ed him a( work in the Sev- ersky Aircraft Corp., Farm- ingdule, I;. I., said he now is an outspoken advocate of Nazi- ism, while seven years ago he allegedly was discharged from a shipbuilding concern for "preaching Marxism." Eight Men Indicted In Robbery Of U. S. Mail Car Board Considers Permanent Head Fair Association Organization Was Incorporated in 1925 For $10,000 Nolan County Fair Board di- rectors in session Tuesday af- ternoon voted that a nominating committee of three directors should be appointed by Presi- dent M. C. Manroe to make suggestions for a permanent pre- sident of the group, since Man- roe accepted only temporarily and is asking to be relieved of active duty. Philip Yonge, vice president, presided in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 March 1938

* M. fil J ' mimM'S&iz iSliPE^^I mM'M H.i( t" " egins ated New Shuffle Looms For Oil Belt Loop * Mil .Visitors From Other Cities Boost Meet On Sweetwater Links An enthusiastic group of Sweetwater golfers predicted a registration of at least 150 for the second annual tournament of the Sweetwater Golf associa- tion on the Lake Sweetwater course April 14-17, when they met Tuesday night to complete details of the open invitation meet. It was reported that a large entry list from outlying areas Is in prospect. Lubbock espe- cially is grooming a good dele- gation, and Abilene, San Ange- lo, Big Spring and others have Indicated they will be here in strength, probably with team entrants. Early Registration Henry Rogers, vice president who presided due to the ab- sence of O. Harris, president, and who ®heads the registra- tion committee, reported a flock of early reservations, and these wefe materially aided by Sweet- water entries Tuesday night. Most committees were repre- sented and re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 March 1938

mm ;wip -Jmm wpi 1° i Si iiiill* lifeflM —— SWEETWATER ■ I5iP Kr'. vftdfc® s &§*-* f.MwT. -. I, SWEETWATER, TEXAS ::f^#v-I •m, Safety To Be Stressed As Part Of May Day Observa *> < %) < • I o 1 . *) o X •' * • k) ' • State Helping in Protecting Lives Of Youngsters Provided 'Safety' Signs at Schools And Other Measures Death is not taking a holiday on the open roads and city streets of Texas, hut despite in- creases each year in population and the number of scholastics In Texas schools, fewer child- ren die each year from traffic accidents in this state, according to Dr. Geo. A. Gray, Nolan coun- ty health director. Hut the toll is still appalling. Last year 221 under 15 were kill- ed, 154 of them between five and 14 years of age, yet state safety officials, educators and others intensely interested in preserving child health are en- couraged. It has been definitely demonstrated that safety mea- sures are effective and the Irak- is cost in child life can be ma- terially r...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 16 March 1938

ill I i m iJsPs" $md to the woman, Thy faith hath p; go in peace,-—'Luke 7f50. mttst have adequate evideuce, else it is I l^penlitHtu.—A. A. Hodges* SAN HAPPENINGS, AND NOW is happening in Europe today is receiving, it s, even more attention than did events following the World War. At that time Europe was literally carv- ed up like a turkey ready for the feast. Boundary lines of nations that had been in existence for centur- ies were changed at will by committees sitting in Paris or in Geneva. The men who changed these boundaries eoukl tell you that this was just the way Europe should be for all time. It was the logical separation of peoples racially, traditionally. These men were acting to gain What they believed was an idealistic Europe. In those post-war days everyone seemed to take for granted that the European situation was being handled with the utmost of good judgment. No one questioned but what the creation of new . governments and re-setting of boundary lines was to solve p...

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