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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

:vsSi.: • ',<&*? .. '-i-^i-gn i im^ t ^ • lniii.iiii 1" n i r-WM TER REPORTER ssas ■ I i — J ^-3 it.-, .v.^i—- n q pi i |=g ttsswfsis:,; ■" x n. Mil I i, ijL.i'imi1.1 isf! Women's Interest Clubs • Churches lone D. Perry Society Editor Diul 2328 Altar Society's Tea Highlight Of Week , The largest social fete (if the week and one of the most en- joyable of the spring season was the book review-tea Thurs- day afternoon in the Crystal Ballroom of 'the Made. Sponsor- ed by the Altar Society of the Holy Family Catholic church as a benefit entertainment, pro- ceeds from the d<>or fee and from the sale of two oil paint- ings by Father Marin will be applied on the new church build- ing, according to Mrs. Thomas J. Donahue, president of the so- ciety and chairman of arrange- ments. Mrs. Aubrey S. I.egg entertain- ed the large group of matrons with a review of A. C. Mills-! paugh's new book. "Men Are | Not Stars." The refreshing story ! of an Irish family and life as i seen throug...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

'i ■ ■ ■ .&'1: :" 1 1 ■PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER. TEXAS Bennltt SUNDAY, MARCH 20, 1938 Ihe Lord thy God ahall deliver them tiV thou ahalt smite them, and utterly thou ahalt make no covenant with merry unto them,—Deuteronomy National Self-Sufficiencv in Russia lit: I'-:. I Dr. -v I*. 1.; r I: J Opportunity i* rare, and a wise man will never ...<• let Hi $6 by him.—B. Taylor. " " J ■' 4 - ^ 0 i&ni-."; ■. • * DICTATORS SHINING EXAMPLE OF'TOO MUCH POWER TO ONE MAN We now have the best demonstration in history of the3 evil of too much power vested in the hands of a single person. What one man thought swept aside the boundary lines of Austria as though they had been ma&e of floss. The rattling of sabres of Europe's three dictators, Stalin. Hitler and Mussolini have reverbrat- ed around the world with the cries of rearmament echo- ing through the chancelleries of every land, not ex- ■ cepting the congress of the United States. Ears of 74,- 000,000 people in Germany and Austria st...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

inference Schedule For 1938 Unchanged Western Division Deadlocked In Vote At Abilene Saturday iwdm® ~ , y-iA/.fAtl .K k■ ATER REPO Oand Old Man of Pirates Opening County Games Held Saturday By WALT STKELK "They mot— they set—they parted." That tells the story of the second spring conference of the Oil Belt loop committee to de- cide the muddled sports situa- tion in West Texas, aggravated when the six teams in the east- ern division kicked out the four in the western Feb. 5, when the schools met in Abilene Satur- day to greet the new member, Mineral Wells, and consider the bid of Lamesa for a berth in the western half of the confer- ence. Dean Thomas H. Shelby of the extension division of the Uni- versity of Texas, and chairman of the executive board of the State Interscholastic League, Di- rector Roy Bedichek and Rod- ney S. Kidd, newly appointed athletic director holding the po- sition of the late Roy Hender- son, came all the way from Austin in the hope that some- thing might be ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

jgggg, '^v ; yillP Mtall LM(iim> WVII'KllwWII citlaea, t|w Svoet- formally in- fer the of- —amkaloiwr, fa. 1, subject to the the democratic prl- in July. Harkins needs little in- to the citiisenB of No- county having served them itly in one elective, of- -and has since served in erous capacities as a "good of the people. A Resident of the precinct for | 32 years and acquainted with I the needs of the entire county, j Itr. Harkins feels that he can; faithfully, efficiently, and eco- nomically ijsrform the duties of the preciftct No. 1 commis- sioner. As in all public matters, Mr. Harkins will deal with pre- ciaet ^problems and programs in an unbiased and impartial man- ner, seeking to give each resi- dent zbt the precinct the best and ibost efficient representa- tion jjjossible. MrjfHarkins is not making any f^bmises he knows it will be itaitossible to fulfill, but he does promise, if elected to "serve faithfully, efficiently ,and eco- nomicfilly the interests of every citixcii' i...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

w^ft^L'^tt'irw \ttf i(fif r,> •[; ^,i rfftfoiMtytift ,i}I^M ''<ir in' K- -. .... ■_■:■ ■ F'r'' T—— wwpAy, vakh 20. vm -, !—„......I.—XI J....—j! pj . J..WI 'l.l SSI IJg: m ■ m -M --fWprSf*/ . '■" --i£ ' f J- .V/ * ' v'fr-:, y ■■ "•' " -• *•*«=- fjrand Old *Circuit Rider' Has Had Part In Religious Development Of Texas, Particularly In West Texas Wash Enters Race For Commissioner Anson Weeks And Orchestra to Play In Sweetwater March 28 ,>v BETA WEAVER Assuredly no person has play- ed a greater part in the religious development of western Texas tlvan the Rev. M. L. Moody, an early d<iiy Methodist minister, *r\d, a resident of Sweetwater since 1887. The hardihood of the pioneer ministers is shown by the many obstacles they encountered and «vereame. Through ups and owns of half a century, through wars, booms, drouths, de- pressions and changes I hat time has naturally brought, their teachings have become fixed ideals and the basis for good ritizen.ship. • Today the list of su...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

W and 1, and son, .eft today for Stephen- be Joined by another , a student at John Tar- ,liege, to attend the litock show in Fart Wortli. * * * i Horatio Bard well left tliK lend for Lubbock to visit p mother, Mrs. R. L. Dupree. Veil accompanied her'| there anil returned today. * ♦ * 'iV-Mrs. George Mcknight is ending this weekend in ownwood with Mr. McKnight, who is storekeeper for the San- ta Fe railroad. * * * ' Mrs. Edd Dodd of Rostov and Mrs. Richard Bridgford of Colo- rado were here Friday visiting friends. * * * C. E. Mays, local attorney, ent most of the week in stland at the court of crimi- nal appeals. S. C. Perkins, of the firm, was in Snyder Thursday on legal matters. * * * No Cochran, malaria control and community sanitation su- perintendent for this district, of San Angelo conferred here Fri- day with the personnel of the Nolan County Health unit. * * * Miss Laura Sheridan, who was ill several days this week, was able to meet her classes at Newman High school Friday. *...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

m 8WMTWATER REPO! SWEETWATER, TEM1 KA8T SIDE MISSIONARY BAPTIST K. Third and McCanllcy H. Prank Port, pastor Sunday school, 10 a. m. Sermon, 11 a. m., by the Rev. Ben D. Johnson. Dinner "on the ground," 12 noon. Afternoon services. Evening worship at 8 p. m., with the evangelist in charge. Come and spend the day in worship with us. • • • • • • • • :< a f .i f LAMAR STREET BAPTIST T. J. Spark ■■■ a li, pastor Sunday school .9.45 a. m., George Lewis, superintendent, in charge. Morning worship 10.50 o'clock sermon by the pastor. Baptist Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening sermon, 8 o'clocft, pastor in charge. We extend an invitation to all to come worship with us. • o—- CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES "Matter" is the subject of the lesson-sermon which was read in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, today. The golden text is: "Tremble thou earth, at the presence of the Lord, at the presence of the Cod of Jacob" (Psalm 114:7). Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon is the followin...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

lyfgSm , m ^ T mam, KB SAVE MONEY AT RUSSELL'S i Thomas Cole, Sweetwater MONDAY ONLY printed Battiste, Bright Prints, Pok-a-Dots, Regular 19c Value for One Group of 12 SPRM6 OR Valus to $5.95 Monday Only 105 s2ot SHOP EARLY We Give Premiums—Save Your Duplicates 'Hrr * f 50 Feet One Ply Cotton Fabrick Tennis WATER HOSE $3*25 is RACQUETTS 75« MO) HOUSE MINT sl.45 Nolan Furniture & Hardware Company Monday Only Outside or Inside—Gal. Monday Only H. T. Marshall Third and Pecan i Into Spring - - - With Eager Zest In _..... ARCH SHOES We tnoroughl.v understand the anatomy of the feet, bring us your foot troubles. We use precision in fittinj? these shoes. « Black Gaberdine « Black Gaberdine, pat- ent leather combinations 9 Black Kid—Blue Kid Copper Kid Sizes 5 to 10 Widths B to A AAA $6.oo See Our Big Selection of Knox Hats $5 to $S.75 Russell's Shoe Dept. "The Dept. o^ Hundreds of Styles" AMAROSA Satin Slips 88« Biass - cut Amaro^a satin slips, rip-pioof seams and form-fitted brassier ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

•v- ~w- SUNDAY, MARCH 26, W&8 ATOR RF,PORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SECTION n—PACE JfcS «BW ELLED WORD CONTEST! are a number of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tare out the advertise- fim ing the largest number of misspel led words and who presents the ads accompanied by a o'cbck p. m. Monday will receive a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest ifst H'lze winner will receive a prize of $1 cash. Please note entries will he received up to () eatet 'entry is declared winner. Desicion of co ntest judges is final. 2nd Prize $1.00 ID WORDS YOU CAN FIND ' Cash! Puerto Rican Gowns Fancy, hand embroidered. Tucks and sas " al warst. While, flash and tea rose sTiades. Regular 4i)c Value Only 37c Monday Mrs. S. A. Broaddus, Sweetwater Felt Base Mats 24 x :ifi in. Selection of colors and patturns. Handy for doorways, kitchen and bath. A 19c Value Only J Qc Monday Limit Two to n Customer Dail 611 z'iheatre T ickets! ana; went of the R and R theatres ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

W FOR BAUD L*""™ * ACCOUNTANTS 1L Davis 4 Co. Dial 581 Texas is of Importance in of life insurance, the careful buyer today rave money without sac- anything in the of security. Joe H. Boothe. MADAM ANNA advise in all affairs of Hours from 10 a. m. to ftp. m. Camp Joy. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 509 Cedar - Eugene Waves.... $2.00 Other Pennants $1 to $5 All Work Guaranteed Phone 2448 APARTMENTS FOR RENT K>R RENT—Furnished apart- ments. Phone 484. FOR RENT: 3 room unfurnished apartment. Phone 486. FOR RENT: Nice 4 room mi- furnished duplex apartment, private fcath. 902 Cedar. Phone 446. FOR RENT: Unfurnished 5 room apartment 909 East Third St., See Mrs. Overton fat 1009 East Third St., or phone 3170. FOR RENT: Three room fur- nished apartment, hot water, utilities paid. 704 W. 3rd st. FOR RENT: Nicely furnished apartments and bedrooms at minimum cost. Morgan Hotel, Wist Broadway. DESIRABLE furnished apart- ment at 1200 Walnut Street. ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT: Bedroom nicely furnished, adjoin...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

* p COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. MARCH 20. 1038 ser-3-ie-u THE PIONEER FORTRErt by Edgar Rice Burroughs >aurtd br Pnmoui Books at. J Plays. Oulfibutrd br UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc TARZANS TR00PER5 FOUND TWO MORE HOMESTEAM LOOTED, AND THE PWELLER5 MAS5ACREP BV HATCHET AND SUN. "BUT FIR5T* T&RZAN URGED;* MUST BUILD A FORTIFIED TOWN AS A REFUGE FOR THE WOMEN AND CHILDREN." "WITH RIFLES, THE 5AVAGE HORDE WILL WIPE US OUT." GROWLED ONE OF THE BAND. i "WE MUST ATTACK TUEIW IN THEIR MOUNTAIN BEFORE THEY MORE GUNS, iAlD ANOTHER i 50 THE WORD ** * MORE THE OXEN WERE IN5PANNED; ONCE MORE THE. GREAT WAGONS RUMBLED—AND THE UPROOTED JETTLERS CONVERGED ON THE PLACE APPOINTED FOR THE TOWN. GREAT TIMBERS WERE BROUGHT FROM THE DISTANT FOREST; STONES WERE GATHERED FROMTWE PLAIN. 500N5T0UT LITTLE C0TO6ES BEGAN TO WSE IN THE WILDERNESS. AROUND THEM, TARI AN DIRECTED CONSTRUCTION OF WALLS AND RAMPARTS. EVERY MIGHT ISHTAK'S SPIES CREPT THROUGH T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

. .... ; • • i c I • # • 0 • • • • • c • • • ( • • • # • • • • HELLO, COMMANDER — you've been down for twenty minutes- are YOU ALL right? mmik hull inside hunting captain e/ I % ,9 PlAWNWe W -ecsx/ERV^ wcut comM ^ - !*V.-MARI3NBK'fa mh ihmilmmhta a moment later on the surface WHAT WAS THAT ? QUEER / FOR A MOMENT I THOUGHT THE DECK WAS (A MOVING/ ^ _W - - ■— skipper; what'S ' wrong? don YOUR AIR LINE MUST that-you pump pennington- your pal's calling something but i can't make it out here, take the pump— holv mackerel ( t see that's happened— the sub did move — it's settled deeper on the smashed conning tower/ v "■n-.y'Vv. ..;.;. // -^\Jk . 1938, by Ttic Bel] Syndicate, Inc.) (Trade Mark Jltg. tJ 18. Pat. Office) ^ THROUGH AND OUT his escape cut OFF, his air failing, DON'S THROBBING BRAIN TELLS HIM THE. END HAS COME a what will happen next week? ojcagosogcsflffi no. 109 YOU CAN ORGANIZE A SHIP IN THE DON WINSLOW SQUADRON OF PEACE I ONE PATRIOTIC BOY /" \ ^ OR GIRL MAY START A shir AT ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

■:■■'■ '' ■ \ ' I ' v: : . ,-■■:• '■.-■• i :'■** : " . ■. ■ .'■'■■ v..;. v,.■ , , ) .. ... ■ ■ r • i ' ; ■ - '■'' . s. - ! v ' l|3kf ' ■ 't, . 1 \yjT\ V,mA\ "■ V «p2 * iPCJ My/s/d, VJ or mah'S EARLY Mil TORY how old is man? V-T- HA^LIM sr .-r ^ w /\ VEH,AMD Vr~SMESBE ITS ^Vf*- S SAV/\USSEN-/W^TS\ GOMNJA S*%«n SMELL\ 1 CAM [ V,- BE SOME 5M0KE/J HEAR A\ ^F^OUTI K1KJD OP LOTTA V™|«E/AN ATTACK.' HOLLERlM'/n ? /! WFT> rfttpc <J&. %?t HUM66R, WE D BETTER.1 REPORT THIS/ $1* THE ROYAL MOOVIAN CIRCUS IS OM ITS WAV TO LEM, AND MAKING A LOT OF NOISE A WE DUNNO FOR SURE, \AILAt 177- ATT\ ®L)T THERE'S SUMPlN VVHUZxAT:) n>iicpp mmKi' AN ATTACK OKJ OUTPOST NUMBER SIX? COWING sootf ROYAL aioov/an CIRCUS QUEER GOlN' OKJ OUT IKJ / WE SAW SMOKE TH BUSH// AKJ' HEARD A LOT OF HOLLER IN'// WHOEVER THEy ARE THEY'LL PROBABLY ATTACK RIGHT SOOKJ PUN FOR FVtRVONf comc owe, COHS AIL r mMU. IBBI? till royal PALACE OP LE/A king-, TUN^ eoss lis TAKING as our guide the geological evidence of the strat...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

o • : c • • • ♦ • w • • i • • • ♦ i • « * c • •) • # c • • i I • • • COMIC SECTION he Sweetwater reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION MAYBE it'S BECAUSE HE's MEAT AMP POLISHED BUT ALWAYS IDLE AUNT HAIE-L BUT AWYHOW, UNCLE AMD AUKJT HAZEL OET ALOKia LIKE LITTLE DCGIES^ YOU ME AM LIKE TOUGH 5TEA^ AMD A BUTTED IAMIPE ( Ct\hAP? r ACM E. TAcKlMG CO. croit 6oyiMG dcpt Us-i T.M.REO. U.S HIR HE'S A Bl£r SPENDER IM A PEMMY ARCAPE/ AMD A BIG POOL OPERATOR HAS A SEAT MEAR TH' PARK RESERVOIR WH Y HE'S SO TIGHT HE UREASES HIMSELF SO HE CAM SLIP IM AMD OUT OF HIS CLOTHES TO SAVE WEAR AMD "TEAR OKI BUTTOMHOLES/ HE CLAIMS HE' CiEklEROUS, HUT ALL I EVER GOT FROM HIM WAS TH' BARBER^, ITCH ? HE'S A MAM ABOUT TOWM—LIKE A BILL COLLECTOR/ 0 , fl-f- --••v < ^ ^ & COPR. 1938 BY NEA SCftV*C£. INC I'liiiTiif OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE |p«f TWO MEM WILL BE WERE/JUST 5WOW "THEM "THE r^OMT ROOM AMD <3lV/E "THE.-. \ A HAKJ D WITH YOU'LL STAMD GUARD AT "THE HOME SPLi iT-SPUT.- EH DEAR/ r:| i Al...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

sp I * -r another these in mind. P BV LP SHOWER. avoid rough handling and unnecessary excitement IN the corner \YW'-VVV' \ V isiffl JOE PALOOKA YASSUH9 HE OVAH BY PE RING. IS KNOBBY AROUND THE GYM HOW'JA DO KID? IT WAS A CINCH EHP ER—KNOBBY I—I GUESS I'M J7STA PUMBELL. I GUESS IT'LL TAKE ME A LONG TIME T'GlT IT. I'M SORRY BUT WE'LL NAFTA USE MR. HAWKS LEAST A WEEK. MrN;tuglit KymllriK Inc. HAM FISHER WHY * NIFTY" HAWKs/ WHATTA YA KNOW ABOUT THAT. WHERE YA BEEN ALL THESE YEARS ?P HULLO , knobby. I LOST EVERYTHING BACK IN THE CRASH. IT'S BEEN AWFUL TOUGH SINCE THEN. COULD T WORK OUT WITH >TOE AND MAYBE MAKE A COUPLE BUCKSP WE-E-E-E-LL—YA 1 WOULDN'T BE NO >1 GOOD SPARRIN/ NIFTY—BUT—HOW ABOUT TEACHIN' '/M VER FAMOUS *NIFTY SHIFT!' m GEE-I'M TT CERT'NY PROUD T'MEET YOUSE 7 J-OB X WANT YA T'MEET NIFTY HAWKS THE FAMOUS OLD MIDDLEWEIGHTi HE'S GONNA TEACH YA TH' SHIFT HE MADE FAMOUS. SURE GLAD T'MEET YOU CHAMP: I IT'S A CINCH. J-OE'LL GIT IT IN TEN DAS RIGHT A FELL A'D HAFTA BE AWFUL D...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

• w • I « •r say, i forgot "the garage key-run in amd get it will well,tfcll me right where it is so i won't hafta be huntin' there- key the hall stand mow kitchen whimhihiuuhmimil V * JRW.LL.AM3 RfC. U. S. PAT SV WHUT ? NO ... CAR KEY •w\ EITHER? 1 it wasn't near. no door... it was exactly in the middle WELL, VOL) vE 60T IT, SO QUIT CRABBING AMD LET'S C3ET /( GOING.' SJO 1 SAID NEAR THE POOR.-THIS IS THE KEY FOR THE TIRE ' LOCK ON OUR OLD CAR- no,sir-how/ careless of me / it'e in on the top of the kitchen cabinet, nearest the door. WHUT "-THAT AIN'T IT ? IT WAS ON TH' CABINET WHERE VOU SAID ; :p,: th' KEY for th') \3 L GAS TANK, MA'AM ? WHY, WE WERE ALMOST OUT OF 1 GAS... LUCKY WE i GOT TO THE STATION I I DON'T SEE WHY VOU DIDN'T DRWE TH' CAR BACK FER THAT LAST KEY OH. THAT'S SOMETHING I NEVER THOUGHT OF... SAY, WILLIS RUN BACK AND GET IT.... CUT ACROSS LOTS - IT LL SAVE TIME... IT S ON THAT CALENDAR NAIL IN THE . -X \ KITCHEN " HAH, WE RE ON OUR WAY "TO GRAMMA'S 1 AT LAST/ YES, AL...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 20 March 1938

O-';' \ I - * * ♦* i .*« f| y iK , * iv , :.■ * > :'\ '';:i'- > ^ *{T'4'W * * .. ' . .;. ! ■; V ... - . • ' \ V; •• . . • • : •' •■■. • THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS ■ W'fl: - , Tgc-jymrr. i jiuiwu r.^- ■ -■. : ■" y' - ' " •"v ■ ■■'■■•. ( Ms By R. Dirks oownia v africa iss bounded - study on der nort* on 600D.VK RAGE FIFE ,OND ON e?.lA■ DER EAST SIDE VEST SIDE All AROUND <& der town! 9 check; ■PS Wi <vy? -vjwiW ^WAARK dunne rvetter vot A -Si DUMMOX.'/ scramble vhile i am vet a l^dy? ■> ' keep up der good vork mister echo! ve luff school ve luff it not veluff SCHOOL ve luff it not v/£ LUFF SCHOOL mmm ve luff it m WOT - • i " im \ m •--;v . Copr I938 by VnMPMI«V 8yi «Ml*.lnr. Tin. IUk- U. 8. fit Qg.—AB H«mmrt .. ^ • is"*'* S 3 - 2 HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE da ng bust halukshau^ hide ANyHOu;'. he's ALWAYS using me roe the goat • hebe we (soot me cooking im this blasted turkish bath in a stifling 180 degrees inferno just td u>atch foe a guy mapped u>ith a ce!os<i-sha...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 March 1938

1 B«« I s HT. .'.•<. Is P''&* •'* D '<'"f"-"<"i'"-;'<i« «^«- M. mi; affi ft Jittery Peace Momentarily Calms Europe's Nerves O O o o War Preparations In U. S. Watched By UNITED I'HKHH A jittery peace momentarily calmed Europe's war nerves to- day and speeded military preparations behind a dozen fearful frontiers. Against a sullen background stretching from the Baltic to Barcelona and punctuated by sporadic military and anti-Jewish demonstrations, the United 0 States' mighty preparations to guard against future conflicts assumed new importance. The United States' activities stood out against a European background that bristled with resentment, fear and military demonstrations. Lithuanian Minister Quits In Lithuania, the foreign min- ister and justice minister re- signed as a result of a weekend settlement of the threatened war with Poland. The president re- jected the resignations, howev- er. It was predicted in London that tlie entire cabinet would retire. Adolf Hitle...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 21 March 1938

Swots Rub Off Saturday m: tils Will Be ^Completed In Meet Set Tuesday Night Final preparations for the Completion of the Nolan county Inter'scholastlc League finals will be m^de at a meeting in the John H. Reagan junior high school Tuesday night at 7:30 o'clock, it is announced by G. E. Williams, chairman of the athletics committee. It. is planned to run off all the remaining sports events in one day. Preliminary rounds were held Friday and Saturday of last week, when the volley ball, playground ball and tennis matches were held in Sweetwat- er. Winners to District Winners in the county con- tests will compete in the district meet in Sweetwater April 8-9 Palava Fan Makes Early Reservation* Demp Kearney, enthusiastic baseball fan of Palava has re- served an entire box for a par- ty he is bringing to the game and the Chicago White Sox in Sweetwater, April 7. However, Kearney is only one of many who are making early reser- vations, many of them for en- tire boxes. and also several of t...

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