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Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

■ ' ; ■ a ■ : ."v^ ^ispi . Mww&' f ■ if* v. * J VA1 - ' ;w-'; •< •<• ■ h* • • * i • • t .f. t f WERE ENTERING tt- YEAW--now WATCH CASTENEDA JFORMADAME CHICO^ STREET DON- J TME FIRST OF OUR spy suspects- |sw|ii|i icoshi t^oav besins^e ©ck-up of for* ~ cv* «=^ in 6am Ma itll I CM ICO £<30(3D3V0(P0(3 o'oia'o'osona •ifbcicicha^ LOOK /. THERES HER SIGN- ssbgp-i rigmt/ we'll come to anchor 'round tme next gorner-- 8mob ewmmmtaa % < f '' i • ±£ you dont feel-er-nervojs n-not a bit—it^ going to be fun-b fGSP •«xs4 f take it, v blast it, red-^ easy / we llt l'm losing my 4 be waiting rigmt mere- entmusiasm for this idea ! suppose madame . cmico is really the duchess" • it's asking too much of mercedes to rope in a clever spy i've rehearsed my part- itaS easy— well, h-here goes i you do not but i must mave u wave appointment f ) madame cwico'sadvice- wm-m-i am sorry- J and sme advertises special attention young through history in double-harness in 1805" the stars and stripes w...

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Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

m SAY, OOP- HOW'S G-MAN 7 THAT LOUS-NOSED FALSE DETECTIVE FOOZ.Y DOIU? [ ALARM? HE COULDN'T FIND HIS DYA RECKON HE'LL FIKJD V HAT - IF HE HAD OUT WHO STOLE TH' ROVAL CROWN JEWELS? A HAT/ UCkJ msjj OFFICER, OOP- ODOS AND ENDS OF PREHISTORIC BROWTOTHERIUM- THUNDER-BEAST OF THE ' ANCIENT WEST. UNDIS- PUTED MO MARCH OF THE OPEN CANOE MILLIONS OF YEARS BEFORE CATTLE BECAME KING. Thi: sen will P mm OOP-I'M WORR1EO GUI.' \ ABOUT FOOT// H^S WHAT'S J BEEN GONE A UP? V LONG TIME AN* = COT A HUMCH HE'S IN TROUBLE/ IV TROUBLE ? My PAL, FOOZY ? BY GOLLY, GUZ-1'D BETTER, LOOK INTO THIS/ D"YA KNOW WHERE HE WEKJT? TH' LAST ANY- ONE SAW OF HIM, HE WAS HEADED OFF THERE - ■■■.•V: • ■■■■ ■■■ ■ p / J(Ml ,.,va; AMONG THE SEVERAL THEORIES ADVANCED FOR THE SUDDEN EXTINCTION OF THE DINOSAURS ARE— RICKETS,THE SUDDEKJ LOWERING OF PLAK1ETARY TEM- PERATURES, AND THAT SMALL MAMMALS "DE- VOURED THEIR UNPROTECTED E<SG S. II. v. . „ 1 ■Hm THE REMOTE ANCESTOR OF THE MODERN! DOG FIRST MADE ITS APPEARANCE ABOUT 5Q ...

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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

r— mm COMIC SECTION ;m¥: st* ... • :• - w v± . :■ -A".. 4 awse 4*7 Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION 'v' SO THAT'3 WMV VOU'BE .MAILING HIAA THAT TIME CLOCK SOOT BOMB* vour "brother forgot to "put postage on this package., UNK, FILBERT IS always PLAYING JOKES on ME LAST YEAR, HE SE.KJT me some AFTER-shave POWDEC. AMD IT turned OUT TO be itching powder' oh ves, leave it on th' table he'll. take care of it ] LATER/. J l ■h j ^ \ SHI 1 ifibiss&r sa/hi fe- there goes th' 4 o'clock whistle I GOTTA CATCH THAT 3:SS LIMITED TO MEXICO/ say, that spat- tee- effect is swell- must've taken vou all dav to do that/ i could open this crate up to qo miles am hour but i'm a law abiding citiz.ee.kj/ *•%->; safe hm~^ecomd childhood always plavlmg games.' BEAINWAVy/ ">w; i \vi ■: ;&$$$& • <*• ,vJ^ Atku. OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE T. M. REG. W. S. PAT. OFF haw.' egad, i'll have mv fill to das' at the first oyster. fry of the owls clubs fall picwic/ s5§=ip=- %0* dressed as...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

ft — ***** . tV3 MorrmM* iUT PAPER*/ VOU/ .fiv w; I i I'ii 'in f. m ■Lw ffiJt* ^S/ llllllllllmlli fttc. u.«. f«r. orf SAV/ THAT'S A GOOD IDEA.' I'LL SPEND ALL "DAY TOMORROW ~ 1 WITH HIM 2) .SEE? JUST SHOW "THE "DOG HOW IT'S DONE. DO IT SEV- ERAL TIMES. THEkl HE'LL PICK IT, >r UP — -V YEAH... BUT I / OH, WO HE ISN'T. VOU CAW TEACH GUESS HE'S JUST ) ( AKJV TXXS TRICKS, IF SOU JUST PLAIKJ DUMB.' j— > KNOW HOW. KEEP / HOLDING THE , V HOOP AMD ELL ) SHOW VOU .SOMETHING HELLO, SOW- TO/MA TEACH THE HOUWD TRICKS, HUH? COME OKJ - COME OKI -—JUMP THROUGH/ WSki;M m i: k v. • ^ M ■ *• ' a iiHH ■P ■BHH■ m mil ' Mm i® " /" I'VE HELPED HIM THROUGH A FLOCK OF THESE - HE OUGHTA BE ABLE TO DO IT A LOME, MOW. I'LL TRY HIM OUT TOMORROW, NOTHING.' RIGHT MOW/ VOU" RE ALWAYS PUTTING THINGS OFF. WAIT'LL I GET THE STUFF AND I'LL MAKE VOU SOME MORE HOOPS WELL, I'VE MADE ABOUT ENOUGH. IF VOU GAM'T TRAIN THAT HOUWD TO -JUMP THROUGH WITH ALL THESE, THERE'S SOMETHING THE MATTER. WITH YOU WOT THE DOG.' v\E ...

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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

pi* iwm 'y^ff 1 n m • i [ • * • ft • •I* • t • i ' i • > ' i • i I • • • • • • • t ) i i • > i * • ■hhf IgsflL ,i t,: w ■ to ^/;v^ ibm 4t? /o s ,, , «?-*// rissvw, 7 " iiiii £h ii mamiihi JOE PALOOKA © JH.IS. McN.HItfhl >ivlHll«T f . tltr By HAM FISHER fell/as in the public eve alweez got these law suits by chis'lers aint thev a fine thing: this ch/s'ler suin\us an' takin' up our timemhy he alnt ksot /a leg f'stand on/ you said it/ they're called nuisance suits. soon /as a guy makes a name ev'ry chis'ler /an' shyster lawyer tries t'git some of ms dough. he CAN't WIN CAN he? HSis *-;a that's th' trouble. a smart lawyer kin ball a witness all up an' make mm look silly. gee i'd rather fight ^ .the toughest fighter in the ring than hafta go on the witness stand. PLAY SMART. DON'T ANSWER THE LAWYER'S QUESTIONS DIRECT. INSTEADA him ballin' you UP - HE'LL git balled up an' sore" haw haw. Ill TELL YA WHAT T'SAY. GOLLY YOU'RE THE SMARTEST FELLA IN THE WORLD. mr. palooka, where were ...

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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 11 September 1938

r Is b< line [ sho wi gr fes' set. mi to i tion sur you Its ai I', COT I ■ "'lit tr; x c mm , t'-'m •' a 'qm/qfxz •••.•• w" ■ % ^ s?yjyi'' ' !swi 2?.d£'.-?sisikki,v\ rayeayl suh ! &s8 y%$■ r1 . 1hm mit best vi5hesumd mi6ht5e it 61 peace ^ippwpi^^ai rni^j/ wblw' \ w v-^ :a&; @¥w *-\ sir cheese/ k s:^s '-v-v dunner vetter* votoer do0-6a5t crtffs it here? /want umpe ace \ get um peace « ■£>(*) 'ym% w.«#*• ^tfloudt. y \ | i / k. 1 ' v\*^' 4, \. 11/ / /* •*v.viv 4 &&;• *«*%& , ' ar i ■■■:. v-a . :•, a i . .* ik*m*v5 i wvhel^/v / yep-der main t'jno i5s peace, vot again? oudt der vay, dom- kop/ fy golly/ gpsf? W6""'" sf!*fcw •<;. -i ( opr. i93t by i'nim frtliirr srmlratf. inr tin. r*f. ii. s. pal. off.—all right* reserve^ %>&'** s — *-"• ewyfm hawkshaw the detective (^cheep-io; coatso-—)^ p-r-keadrpaim o :fel^ut let fjr 11 us torn tpe clock back about* an mou^td cohtqd hau*shau) hafl' suddenly spotted jpme- thimg outside theirl cell— fc2 let<s have it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 September 1938

Lo Nazis Chant Their Faith in 'Fuehrer' - By United Press (^ hundred thousand Nazis paraded the streets of Nuremberg, Germany, today, chanting "the fuehrer can do no wrong" as Adolf Hitler prepared to say the words that would mark the turn- ing point in the Czech minority crisis, the gravest since the World War. Foreign observers predicted that Hitler's declaration on for- eign policy would be a double barrelled denunciation, an at- tack on the Czech government and a plainly spoken resentment of England's intimation that she would support France if France defended Czechoslovakia against German attack. As the time drew near for Hit- ler's speech, these were the latest developments in the capi- tals of Europe: Knsli Protective Measures Prague: Workmen hastened the completion of a bomb-proof cement and steel shelter in the garden of the U. S. legation. Vinton Chapin, legation secre- tary, was beseiged by Americans asking what to do in case of war. The cabinet was ready to declare marti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 September 1938

To lose Tifle Fort Worth Won Laurels Six Consecutive Times, Beaumont Leads Series DALLAS—(UP) — Four lead- ing teams in the Texas league are ready for the Shaughnessy playoff which Fort Worth won last year for the sixth consecu- tive time. The series starts to- morrow. This year, however, the West Texans finished in the cellar, leaving the championship play to Beaumont, San Antonio, Ok- lahoma City and Tulsa. Games Tuesday The series begins Tuesday With Beaumont matched with Tulsa and San Antonio With Oklahoma City. The two win- ners of the best three out of Ave of the opening series will meet for the championship. The league title will go to the win- ner of the seven last round games. Beaumont's final game with Houston was called off yes- terday because of rain. San An- tonio defeated Shreveport 3 to 0 and 1 to 0 in a doubleheader. Tulsa defeated Dallas 10 to 1 and Oklahoma City stopped Fort Worth 9 to 3b The schedule called for 161 games played to a decision. Games not played off ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 September 1938

N at fcn re# 1e bn Jie In# SI « a 111 ile s.% ro- t i • rbs Ph pty i > I *? 'i - f w — ■" " TER SWEETWATER, TEXAS rnmmmm ■I- I ► ) •> I ! u, I t % V t Congress to Be Asked for Funds To Buy Supplies Uncle Sam Taking Steps for 'Defense* Rather Than 'Offense' (Copyright by VP) WASHINGTON—(UP) — The amy is rushing new mobilization plans for use in event of a mili- tary emergency, it was learned today. War department strategists have stepped up defense prep- arations at an unprecedented rate, apparently being motivated by the European crisis. When the new congress convenes in January the department plans to ask for $142,000,000 for imme- diate purchase of "mobilization supplies." A dual plan has been develop- ed. It envisions instantaneous marshalling of the nation's arm- ed strength, augmented by vast stores of reserve supplies, to- gether with legislation to gear national economy for a war em- ergency. Is 'Defense' Plan The plan is predicated on "de- fense," rather than "offense,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 September 1938

PAGE FOUR r'lS Pub* SWEETWATER, TEXASMOlVDAY* SEPTEMBER-12,1938 > 'B^unbie jromnelfet therefore under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time.— I Peter S;6. - .They thai know God will be humble; they that 1 know themselves cannot be proud.—Flavel. . TEXAS CONGRESSMAN FEARLESS IN SUBVERSIVE INVESTIGATION Texas can be proud that Congressman Martin Dies of Orange is head of the committee unearthing sub- versive activities in this country. Although handicap- ped for lack of funds, with the help of his committee- " men the campaign of tli o radicals boring into high places in our government has been brought into the limelight of public knowledge. Despite the lack of cooperation of such high officials as Secretary of Labor Perkins, Congressman Dies has directed the inquiry to uncover the perfidy of communism. The radicals and pinks, intelligentsia, who swal- low the pill of Soviet emanations, naturally voiced their protest when they were caught in the inquiry net. Som...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 September 1938

BtV< '* I# • , • • i • • i * • I o • i f 2-1 • • ! • /i -rv?ym.n r Say! The music and ) entertainment at the Tavern makes it the place to go! Harri- son's Texans are back again! 'iiLi THE TAVERN Across From Airport BasS H®e®©y IXFSSs 't.,. ida sisa hzvel PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 007 Elm. St. Sweetwater ■HKKi: I am al a matinee when I could l>e at J. W. Elrod Furniture buying a beautiful ItedVoom suite. They showed a peach yes- terday — and priced so low!" JWEIROU FURNITURE M N. Side Square ■fames Hud^ins Is Kntitled to One Free Hair Cut It pays to look well in all lines of business! Re- fore buying your new fall suit call on your barber and get a good hair cut. You will be easier to please. I U A BARBER LcSrlArj shop (Next to Woolworth 5-10) BROADCAST I YOUR OWN PROGRAMS With The Wilcox Gay Phonograph Records PLAYER Music For The Entire Block Furnished in Your Own Home G- A. BEEMAN MUSIC HOUSE Pfione 2681 ftre$to...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 12 September 1938

— m® .sun -m+mmmmm—m m&Wf®, tjfe Wifl!9MI8H8fcsSfei y in t in Touch European ilopments : Ambassador Kennedy %' $ la Conference Sunday With British Minister WASHINGTON — (UP) — Secretary of State Cordell Hull today reiterated a plea for "the principles of fair play, justice and order under the law," in in- ternational relations ROOSEVELT KEEPS IN TOUCH WITH EVENTS ROCHESTER, Minn. — (UP) — Anxiety over the foreign situation s h a red President Roosevelt's con- cern for his son James to- day. The chief executive kept in touch with events by telephone and eagerly sum- marized ail the information given him. A special tele- phone wire was strung to his private train on a siding here in order that he could receive messages from the state department with the least possible delay. There was no hint, from Mr. Roosevelt or his attaches as to how he regarded the foreign picture at the mo- ment. Hull made his statement in ac- cepting an invitation for Uniied States participation in the eigh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 September 1938

/* McCluskey lo r h Gloid McCluskey, Sweetwater, a youth In his early 20s, was charged at noon today with the murder of Harry Monroe Smau- ley, 30, a farmer living in the Plasterco community in Fisher ^ county after Smauley died at 4:20 o'clock this morning in the Sweetwater hospital from a head injury sustained in an al- tercation at 11:10 p. m. Monday on the sidewalk in front of the . stairway leading up to the WOW hall in the 100 block on South Oak street. Smauley suffered a deep lac- eration and brain concussion on the side of the head, according a to the examining physician, who said "the wound apparently was made by some sharp instru- ment." Witness Makes Statement. In a statement made at noon today by W. D. Roberts, Jr., a farmer living east of Roby, who was with Smauley at the time of the fight and was an eyewit- ness to the tragedy, to a rep- j resentative of the Sweetwater Reporter, said that Smauley was one of a ^party of several persons from Fisher county who came to Swe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 September 1938

m WmBm r I j ftBttii most stmuiinc double up- the history of the nation- j tennis championships occur- red yesterday when Helen Ja- cobs, America's top-seeded worn- $n star, and Bobby Riggs, the Ration's second-ranking men's player, were eliminated from the tournament. Miss Jacobs, Berkeley, Calif., favorite to recapture her fifth jingles crown, was beaten by Margot Lumb, a brown-haired English girl who was seeded only sixth among the foreign women in the tournament. Miss Lumb won in straight sets, 7-5, a-2. This upset came after the elimination of Riggs of Chica- go, who was ranked and seeded right under Donald Budge, the defending champion. Riggs was beaten in five sets by Gilbert A. Hunt, Jr., of Washington, D. C., ranked only 19th and winner of only two minor tournaments this year, Hunt, a stoop-shoul- dered mathematics student at George Washington university, eliminated Riggs, 6-2, 0-6, 9-7, 0-6, 6-4. Miss Jacobs* defeat occurred in the women's third round, and the Riggs atastr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 September 1938

I l)t r II. }r, lb- I k |s- \v% m )? f Is' rs> fS, h* ]>t- iii- p); J1- ;• |se- l); !ll- |>); ,1V. lor |'0- is, Iw Irk A IS I© * riNO % TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, ~ 19Sft If ,4?.'. -JE 8 ■■ it'.SjKS,•■ -Jswh. :259 * • • SWEETWATER Unit Director > Urges Diphtheria Immunization Large Per Cent of Deaths From Disease Occurs Early in Life Dr. George A. Gray, director of the Nolan County Health unit, has called to the attention of parents the importance of hav- ing their children immunized against diphtheria at six months of age. Citing the deaths among in- fants in Texas during 1937, 238 were caused from diphtheria. Of the number 1G per cent were under a year; 20 per cent one year old; 29 per cent two years old and only 11 per cent four years old. In other words the very young child is in great- est of danger when contracting the disease. Since three to six months are necessary for toxoid to produce immunity, it is highly impor- tant that children receive the toxoid at six months of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 September 1938

to attention of the pub PAGE FOUR m mw mmnifettoHon of the Spirit it given to every lbin to profit uithal.—I Corinthian 12;7. All the principles which religion teaches, and ijl the habits which it forms, are favorable to Itrength of mind. It will be found that whatever purifies also fortifies the heart.—Blair. o GOOD SENSE ACHIEVED A CENTURY OF PEACE It is an odd thing, when you stop to think about it, that this country never got around to dedicate the Per- iry Memorial at Put-in-Bay until the fall of 1938. The official government commission which is putting the big monument through the hoop is, to be sure, formally comrac:.".orating the 125th anni- versary of the battle of Lake Erie. But it is an ob- servance too long delayed, for the story which be- gins with a battle and ends with a monument is one which cannot be told too often. The annals of the world's wars are full of stories that can be described that way, of course—stories that begin with a battle and end with a monument. E...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 September 1938

1 jl* I] I! f IJ It f f f ' * i • a • ^ • ^ • ^ • j • < i • j * ! * ♦ * ; • i • ' J * 1 PBj lm n IMP$ ■fspn -m^. a; r. u, f Say! The music and \\ ^ entertainment at the Tavern makes it the place to go! Harri- son's Texans are back again! r*\ THE TAVERN Across From Airport • * = Fashion Flow America's Smartest Furniture Featuring "The Formal" 4-pc. birdseye maple and mahogany, vanity 56x54 plate glass mirror with glass shelves, swivel bench, large chest and panel bed. Reg. 169.45 $129*50 Your opportunity to save on.the season's smartest furniture. 'We furnish your home Better For Less" J.WELR01] " FURNITURE M PERMANENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 Elm. St. Sweetwater G. A. fireman Is Entitled to One Free Hair Cut It pays In look well in all lilies of business! Be- fore buying your new fall suit call on your barber and get a Rood liair cut. You will be easier to please. I |f A BARBER LclTlaVj shop (Next to Woolworth 5-10) N. Si...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 13 September 1938

... •.- -"'"W. , ■ ■ • _qtiaaiJ£Ji^_jtaaajK3aefcAmMfc^hMi ' ■" iS£ ; ■■f .'■■ 1 Prices for Tuesday Afternoon, Wednesday, Thursday P. AG. Soap Giant Bars 25* Del Monte Crushed Pineapple Del Monte Pears - Del Monte Peaches NO. 2 CAN 1 Cn TALL IOC CAN NO. 2}* CAN 15« 12c 15« ft"- CRACKERS 2 to- Box 15« White Crest ££ Pur. Cane 10 III. ^ W Flour lb.$ack™^C SugarPr.Bg. 75c Butcher Knife FREE 1 Limit FLOUR 24 to- Sack 4^ to. Sack Wilson's Advance Shortening 4lb-Carto" 39c 8 lb. Carton 78c C. H. B. 1 Limit Tomato Juice y-can 35c Bright and Early COFFEE 25c Pkg. 19C Jelly DOUGHNUTS ooz. 20 c O' Life CAKES Ea. 20C With a rich caramel-nut icing. Cocoanut-Molasses PIES Ea. Large Golden Fruit BANANAS Colorado Elberta A !■ PEACHES - ooz 25^ Valencia ^ ORANGES - o-19 California Tokay GRAPES PRUNES Sunkist LEMONS Seedless Large Gravenstein lb. 7urge uravens icI APPLES Dozen 10c - Doz. 1 lc Ooz. 1 7^C Pound 25c Doz. GRAPES - Fresh _ Blackeyed Peas « 4|c Yellow SQUASH lb. 7 Small Firm Heads ^ ^ CABB...

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

\ i t VOL. XLI CKED IN BITTEIf BA K oke. ^txaks* SWEETWATER, TEXAS, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 14, 1938 NUMBER 134 Midwest Faif P rawing Qood Crowds JEALOUS SUITOR KEEPS GAL CHAjpNED, SHE LIKES IT r le at pr pe Pe py as hd kv ' ry |c- 1S ly ' I • IS v % <y , 1 |er ct- i I ak ril ler pn- le |iu- it ft re Iffy (he Ind I's Ax armed rebellion broke out hi the Sudeten area, President Edotiard Bencs today extended martial law to three more Sudeten areas, making II now under military rule. Heavy Casualities In Czech Fighting PRAGUE—(UP)—Two grave outbreaks with heavy casualties among Czech troops and police and Sudeten Germans occurred in Czechoslovakia today. Severe battling with an undetermined number of casualties on both sides occurred at Haberstarirk, near Eger, when 2.000 Sudet- ens fought Czech troops and po- , lice. Advices here said 10 to 15 police were killed in the early fighting which was still in pro- gress. LINDON, N. J. — (UP) — Miss Wilma Leaycroft, an attractive and docile young ...

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

imrfl f-n • mm - - ..,. "WMW'' YORK ' itm - JUP) — the . far first piace league failed to liae • yesterday- when b of the circuit's four games ■ fEned out. e Pittsburgh Pirates lead, however, was increased to four IHHHHBI ttaH&MAY. Mine Yanks Slap Cleveland t _ games as- the second-place Chi cago Cubs dropped a 5-2 encount- er to- the Boston Bees. The Pittsburgh-New York, Cincinnati- Brooklyn and St. Louis-Phila- delphia games postponed be- cause of rain and wet grounds wiil be played as part of double- See BATTLE Paige 6 - Rain Postpones National Tennis Singles Matches Expect Change To Prove "Pennies From Heaven" For Championship Meet FOREST HILLS, N. Y.—(UP) —A morning rain, which post- See RAIN Page 6 Follow the Crowd to Penney's THURSDAY 'All You Can Stuff In A Sack For A Dime" Scraps These are factory cuttings of expensive mate- rials! We honestly believe it's the biggest val- ue we've ever offered in quilt materials. All you can put in a 61-4" x 91-4" bag— jjou do the stuf...

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