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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

mmi 9 lis po- 311 Tf, Ids 9 t ' ch i JlT- ist |fy pn- ?s. ) ^ sr HI By MILTON NBA LONDON—If Adolf Hitler, by war or plebiscite, acquires the Sudeten German regions of Czechoslovakia, the first great, cru- ciafstep will have been 4aken in the Nazi dream of annexing all lands bordering the Reich where Germans dwell. The Nazi propaganda department long ago put forth the claim that wherever there are Germans, they must belong to the Reich and must acknowledge Hitler as their Fuehrer. They long ago "mm "Xae-M T COME published maps showing the territory contiguous to the Reich that some day must be made German. If Czechoslovakia is thrown to Germany, this will, instead of bringing peace to Europe, be the first chapter in a long story of crises. For what might work in Czechoslovakia, the Nazis would attempt elsewhere. The Sudeten German case is an exact laboratory case. Before the Nazi advent to power, the Sudeten Germans outwardly were content. There were no wails about mistreatment. With...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

'k,r'-1 ■ mm. ;s f -T<#• ' ' " i- IPII1I111 Tie Score In Second, 1 fetsel Tallies Twice In Period Imctwattr Mutngi Initiated the Fort Worth Tech Bulldogs to dm A football competition Friday night with a 85 to 6 at Newman high stadium. The Mustang gridders were break- in new uniforms, and the squad sported new scarlet and white outfits for their ini- tial game this season. The Mustangs opened scoring in the second quarter when Rhodes, Tech half, kicked 25 yards to the Fort Worth 37 yard line. Buck Wetsel, 152 pqund left half, took a reverse from Quarterback Snooks Thomas for the touchdown. Webster failed at the conversion. Ft. Worth Scores A few minutes later, Mat- thews, Tech fullback, kicked out on the Sweetwater 15 yard line. Jake Webster, Mustang full, quick kicked to Rhodes, who returned the punt 10 yards to the Sweetwater 40 yard stripe. Matthews' pass to Roberts was low and incomplete. His reverse to Karolivitch netted 2 yards, and a long pass, Matthews to Karolivitch for 3...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

..." J- ' . nt wiHiCv. • v ;;V . :■ ■ 'i ;Y V'^;" ^f§Y SWEETWATER «■ .« 1 .:i:-.r fW® „. -„ . v'-r , SWEETWATER, TEXAS Women's interest Clubs ■ Churches IM.D.1W* Dial XXM ' WM Society Editor . • t • . • • I • • • * f Is 1° li Id Ir, 15 rr ix Id ly Ir, Id te il- ls, Id 3 Study Clubs lnaugrate 1939 Season In Friday Meetings Luncheon Opens New Year For Athenaeums The Athenaeum Study club opened the club year with an attractive luncheon at one o'clock Friday at the home of Mrs. H. W. Broughton. Mrs. J. Ft. Eid- son and Mrs. M. H. Jensen were assisting hostesses. Mrs. Brough- ton met the guests at the door and introduced her mother, Mrs. T. E. Michael, of Lubbock. The entertaining rooms were lovely in fall flowers and cleverly ar- ranged containers of odd and attractive potted plants and trail- ing ivy. Mrs. Ada Reed Posey opened the program with two vocal solos, "I Love Life" and "Evening," accompanied by Mrs. John Hubbard. See ATHENAEUM Page 6 * * * New Deal In First Meeting Of Season ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

Developments Czech Problem No Cause for Rejoicing in Meeting Of Chamberlain, Hitler MOSCOW — (UP) — Soviet Russia Saturday interpreted developments in the European crisis as the beginning of a move to, isolate this country and draw j Britain and France into a unti- ed front of capitalist nations against communism. * "German Chancellor Adolf Hitler's main objective in Czechoslovakia is not to pro- tect his oppressed German bre- gren (the Sudeten Germans) but bring pressure upon Czech- oslovakia to abrogate her pacts ' of mutual assistance with Frapce and the USSR", the Gen- eva correspondent of the news- paper Izvestia telegraphed. The correspondent viewed British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain's action in flying to Germany to confer with Hitler as a "profourji humiliation for Britain, comparable to the ex- ploits of the Christian martyrs who stopped at no sacrifices in order to preach the gospel." Lost British Prestige Reflecting the views of the Soviet commissar for foreign aff...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

(Sir '"ft' llf #®v> \ n '■ ^ ' i * W M1 ^ . '* ,' • • ■('■ V'. >f^ '! ' .' '. '" v.- -y-* .HV; IB® IPIPP^ H& tHTHW' rwpi S, > I! :• > si ■1 . ) if < c >: j. <? • j t' "Just want to thank you for reminding us of the 'best spot in West Texas' to go ... . swell place! "Very ftasom able, too, con- sidering the ex- cellent music and service." n Hi ' i "It's the 'spot' for us from now on." ife m.« The Best Advice Evkr Offered, If jroa are looking for Batertalnment Relaxation Enjoyment Good Food and Lot«a' Fun It's All at— YSsv . mi r$m ■ SWEETWATER fplm • • hwateh, tms THE Across From the Airport wash tubbs and easy ■ iweetwaWK* <Nfb Cartoonist goa of JTadge ud Mrs. U. C. Crane, 001 Barf AM 0t. Sweetwater f HOPE VE DOH'T tJmv Vr X HtTCH-WtCSj ^ [ AN' fiOWfT cAt V*E ^AtiC. YOU SEE'tW^ qfowV. I'M 60tN* tO A WO«CLM? lH WV TiMf ■ ! , VE . A'CIDE, SOfcNV. X'U CiOWT tO A , FBIEWS WEDDlW. <-"7 SURE 0 - —- i — -y< — — — js ? WV T wt 1 Ml A TW0-8UKJ| A CIRCUS ST60...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

11 t County Association ting Monday Efforts to Be Made ftt Enlarge Area in Northwest Part County A called meeting of the Fish- er county No. 1 Game Manage- ment association is to he held at the Hobbs school house at 8 o'clock Monday night. •All members of the associa- tion and all landowners. not in the association are urged to attend this meeting, especially those landowners or tenants in the northwest part of the coun- vX., F HATS BY MALLORY teen The Rujh'O II iy in soft new green tones to com- plement your new Fall suit... sty led with an eye- pleasing brim width and flare. Showerproofed by "Cravenette" and Cj richly lined .... 5 Russell's Exclusive Willi Russell's Beautifully tailored velvets, Sheer Wools and Crepe Dresses < 'henry's Cinderella Velvet 22.50 A new high in crush re- sistant velvet At The Theatres m m ■ Love has to fight for its life in a land left prostrate by four years of a brothers' war in "The Texans," which stars. Ran. <!<>lph Scot I and Joan Benn...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

•i mil mi Kill ■ 'V -v *!W '-W 7 ' XX'■■ ' -• * I ' Ak^aMU,m,-mw BwBM GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS WaffllWi ®raKS 3™: s« ••- aECTK"'" Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II GENERAL N1 AND EDITORIALS VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1938 NUMBER 136 IraK«« XII i [«« O 1 W €> C *> •t I o I 9 O * i EAST SI I) 10 BAPTIST 9:45 a. m., Bible school. 11 a. m., sermon. 7:45 p. m., song service. 8 p. m., sermon. The services are to be con- ducted by the Rev. E. G. New- comer of Loraine. Everyone is invited to attend these services. o FIRST METHODIST CHURCH G. T. Palmer, pastor Church school 9:45 a. m. Worship at 11 a. m. with ser ipjn by the pastor. Evening worship at 7:30, and Rev. S. H. Young, presiding el- der of the Sweetwater district, will bring the sermon. The fourth quarterly confer- ence will be held at tha close of the evening worship. You are cordially invited to join with us in these services. o CATHOLIC SERVICES Sweetwater: Holy Family, mass at 8 a. m. Sunday follow...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

T$-*-^ v' m® ■R.i'j ' VI"' 1 1 '!' 1 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, *-XAS SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER ■ y-5,(^y *. SSIIMpI ■ m. >1 for Fall wa lk -with I- | . I ... and you'll find you've adopted a new beauty treatment for face and figure. Vitality shoes accent your cos- tume with colorful charm and keep your energy in high with relaxing ease. Priced for your profit. 21. Army vs. U. of Wichita ft Myrno SIZES 2 to 11 WIDTHS AAAAA to EEfc S6".ad750 In Wine Suede V Haiiin* In Blue lilac! VITALITY s^Aaes Cowers 1. Spur vs. Sweetwater I Biggest Fur Sale In the history of our store. Look for our ad on the second page of first section. Two big sale days. MONDAY and TUESDAY 1 Group NEW FALL DRESSES Values io 6.85 Monday Only $3-98 SOBE'S North Side of Square Fashion Shop Sweetwater, Miss Eloise Bulge- 3. Abilene vs. Lubbock I | ;o1^HAU MPS# Be A Lady of Leisure On Washday ...You Can! Thrif-T Service 10 It- 50c 5c For Each Additional Pound SWEETWATER LAUNDRY CO. Phone 624 Centenary vs. T. C U. Be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

W 'r':- — ; ftKHi - 'f ' i'Vlf- >'4 ' ?.< , e^Vi> t • ' SWEETWATER sftmter Reporter Annual tball Dope" CONTEST $1.00 CASH EVERY WEEK - First One Turnin g In Perfect Score < • tball Tickets ' > ifst Guessers « ' the ' ext wci me its ill In ■y6uv , lie blank 1111 six o lie to bri I in next Ice; ffefcoi | mailing nies wilt jitry mi; |y Sj>eci I CLIP THIS ENTRY BLANK advertisements on this page is listed one of the outstand- ■end. ibered to correspond with nunibers in spaces on entry blank l5s as to the winning team or tie if yon think so. Dd sign your name and bring in or mail it to Reporter office ock Thursday night, September Ti. { in a peri.ct score will be awarded $3.00 in cash. Contest- it^ guess will be given :t tickets o game of following week TP'ize, 2 tickets; third prize, 1 ticket. In case of tie one ucss in first gels the tickets. >e counted as losses unless stipulated. be accompanied with a sales slip—showing the purchase O J[< 12 13 14 J 5 10 17 J8 ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

W'-" # puMica- RL v . I upon be- nt to attention of the publishers. .,AJri£ I A vs,:v;. - W''. re/XLi ,J 11 i ^ "feOCRA JcHOOS PAGE FOUR : SWEETWATER, 1ESAI • - * • ■ es SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1938 mp and II on Thursday by The Sweetwater , Inc. Entered as second class matter ai . office in Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. 9, George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, •V'/ \ I'RATIC VOTERS SPEAK OUT OOSE OWN LEGISLATORS Voters in South Carolina, Maryland and Georgia ive turned thumbs down on New Deal political dicta- ion. Each state has elected to the senate, Democrats who were openly opposed by President Roosevelt* "Cot- ton Ed" Smith of South Carolina was singled out by the Chief New Dealer for elimination, only to fight back and win by a heavy vote. Tydings of Maryland and George of Georgia in turn won their battles against the President's personal attack on their legislative rec- ords. There is no use pussyfooting on these results. They are a repudiation, plain and simple of the political tactics ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION £UNPAY. SEPTEMBER 18, 1938 ' . 111 1 . •••• ■ ■ - «ft " . ' "SftW? " 'vS A '' ' ■ '■ V, v ';v &a-?*.wk -it- • ssas * " ft: ft .ft \ . • T: .'ft ft i ■ 30^ ST ■ i . m :i ■ v ■ [ •;• -!•••; -ft 'ft^ft. JLMMtMtliMl THE TRAITOR t$um' #1 • w w • ii • •I • IB ' i *«I • THEN HE RODE AWAY, WHILE PRINCE#/ 1 III IMA WCPT RPI IC\/lKir, UCC ft> NWITH HEAVY HEART WE INSPECTED THE ILL-TRAIKED TPOOW, NEGLECTED THITO 1EARS OF PEACE * *KS \ • 3fn dsmm K AT THE EMPERORS COMMAND, TAR7AN MOBILIZED THE MEAGER AMY 10 RESIST THE INVADING HORDE. BUT AT THE FIRST CLASH, TARZAN1S MEN, INSPIRED BY HIS OWN EXAMPLE, BECAME FIGHTING FIENDS. OH THE PLAINS OFNAKON BUREE, TARZAN'J JCANTY ARM* HWEDO LAUGHED. HE WAV JURE HIS JAVASE FORCE WOULD JOQN WIPE OUT THIS UNWARLIKE ■SOLDIERY. i ft x mm'S MEN FOUGHT s DOGGEDLY, BUT THEY JfcAk, WERE FORCED HOW1"® v' BACK BY OVERWHELMING NUMBERS I BUT FANG CHU-FANG, TARlAN j AIDE AND iECRET ENEMY THOUGHT...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

• • t • • • t • • • • • § • • • • • t • t • • • APARTM meanwhilei up in madame quit worrying, skipper- it's simple—all sue was to do is get madame cm ico TO handle tmat photograph SO WE'll get wer fingerprints — x-m-.v.-.-.v . dovn ke NAVY I Ibssss^ S^oSiS- cwco^l OF THE LIEUT. CONOR. F V.MRTINEK.U.S.N,R YOU ARE ENGAGE TO YOUNG NAVY LIEUTENANT EW? SO YOU KNOW MANY TEENGS ABOUT l SHIPS OR COAST DEFENSES, MAYBE ? LOOK- MERES BILLS PICTURE- CAN YOU TELL MIS FUTURE ? NOTHING. REALLY ' WILL HE WIN STEADY PROMOTION 3* AND TWEES NOTE" IMPORTANT- KEEP GLOVES ON TO AVOID SMEARING SPY- \X/HATS TWEES? A LIST OF ALL FORTUNE TELLERS , IN SAN DIEGO1 Sf IP 3^ VAIRY CLEVER, MISS NAVY---SO SORRY I MUS' SPOIL YOUR LITTLE GAME // SUSPECT'S FINGERPRINTS ON PHOTO ro BE CONTINUED (^opyriRht, 1938, by The Bell Syndicate, Inc.) (Trade Mark Keg U S. Pat Office) PERSONAL EENFORMATION OFTEN " HIDDEN IN PATRONS HAND-BAG — MM-M-SOMETIMES VERY USEFUL FOR TELLING THB FORTUNE - WlMIMNfiAlS NO. 135 THE SECRET LANGU...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

OFFICER OOP, HOT ON THE TRAIL OF F002.V, THE MI95IN G-MAN, STUMBLES INTO A NEST OF AIE% I WAMT3X^^e^?/^WANX ^AINT GOT1 CHARACTERS [ ASK vaj mv$ ) aim't /cOPI^RA NUTHIN' A FEW _ yT^|Nj ( SCRAM! XON LJS>f T.. sot' ' : "'" .QUESTIONS; 5 V. L hey, no A flj funny business, if vou lugs wantaY hey, guvs - \m0 cop's stay healthy' i he's reachln'jyever beat ^ ^ SOCK mm quick.' ljj A SHARES TOOTH, PROBABLY A RELIC OF A VAST PRE- HISTORIC SEA/ RECENTLY WAS FOUND IMBEDDED IN THE SANDSTONE OF the GRAND CANYON# SOME SHARKS THAT UVEP MIL- LIONS OF YEARS AGO, WERE GIANTS WITH jaws jw. y|. FIVE FEET WIDE* km 0005 AND ENDS OF PREHISTORIC — ' ' . : take 'im, boys- Cl IR 'IM m ITf me to th' draw yet! nice marksmanship two-ax oop - - but now you're unarmed, helpless- awrjght — you asked for *14* Paleontologists of the university of colorado have founp a dinosaur • (skeleton), e>ut before they can entice the huge fossil from. its stony , matrix they must "dig up $ 20,000 to cover expenses" V * ^72 ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

'A COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COM. SECTION • !• i i • • • •> • •i • •) • « • • • • • • • 1 r THEY'D BE LOWER IF THEY TOOK 1 THINJK. TH bull market bears WifiCTCHlNGJ IF EGGS amd BUTTER FLY BY PLANE to MARKET WILL TWEV BE higher in PRICE? MUCH T. M. REC. U. S. PAT. OFF. i'd bather. have some matured bonds/ well, sow my oats/ i'm gonna get me a high gollat2. 'cause i feel- like a little beer tonight/ what inj , hot " spot are vol! talk img about - stock market or live stock.? a farmer, is ikj th' stock market as well as th' city guy, dow't youf HONKS FROM 0 only ■W J}'-:; slfiVf Rial - hb 1 iwmm wr- it OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE veh, beat it, deadhead/ it costs mouev to look ikj om us / we get $ iooo )/ A performance/ WAlT'LL I RALLY MY ARMY/ we'LL TAKE A POT SHOT isp yas, 1 booked 15 acts today for our. sustainimg hour at 4 75 for 15 mlwutes/ say, who are those two guvs ikj there ? you don't kuow who theyare? whvj they're two op the biggest broad-...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

I'M GOMMA LEAQkJ THAT IF I HAFTA •STICK AT IT AVJL uav we cam outa but i'll fikjd sump'm else that'll to v ar.wllliam^ REG. U. 9. PAT. OFF r rolled cats amd oorm meal will to all right—i'll take both cosh, we bam outa stuff agiw, but if other peoplecam "do that 1 cam, with practice/ with hamds 2> ,'^v ' amlsl i dokj t mimd those boys havimg a picnic back of the garage but thev seem to be using a lot of well, that's all ther. is, am' we cam crush 'em up im our- hamds cjrahana crackers/ thev ain't so cbood fer this what ? learming r well, it's cheaper to roll cigarets \ thak) tobacco/ with ome hamd J we had a sack amd usimg ^ of that, but we good food used it up /*« i. ' well, whv do sou want to learm to roll them if vou dom't smoke well, some dav whem we're grown up, we a aav go to smokikj them we will be prepared sawmill? well, semda humored poumd sack of saw- dust quick / two humdred.'and . ' m rush it/ j c.w/'ll'a*5 COM. 1 1I tY MCA SCRVfCC. INC. THE COMIC ZOO By Scarbo kowto a...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

Wm • • • • • • • • ••• i • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • mwfm > ■ KsewEjL^ '.% This is a pitcher of my cousin herman maffel an' his truck. he is very romantic an' the g/rls cert'ny fall fer him. i'll say. he gives this pitcher to girls. 1 Here's my ole frem' bateese the french canadian lumber- jack what i fought. rln/iember him? what a swell fella. he hollers louder than anybuddy x ever heard, but he'd 6/ve youse his shirt. JOE PALOOKA (?) 1 W.TS. Syndicate, fur bv ham fisher ya poor SAPfhow could a guy let THAT hyena GIT AWAY with i TP DO x ? THAT'S TH'\ worst buzzard i ever come acrosst.' how's bizness ) punk.we had two over at th' j customers for dinner rest'runt, rs i came out to tack? j k relax. he's been eating in my place on the cuff for months.he orders DOLLAR cigars and champa6ne to boot. owes me eight hundred smackers. say vou know weidebottom don't you i *r $ well i HATED TO be tough.4 haw-haw and he said IT was through/ he aint got HIM MY SISTER-IN-LAW QOTy^ AS much j...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 18 September 1938

THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS By B. Dirks MY OLD SHIPMATE,ALL DER VAV FUM TIM&UCTOO CHU6T FOR A GAME OF PINOCHLE? HEFFINS.' VOT'S ALL DER RUNKUS OWDTHERE ? vELCOME IN MIS.TER SAILOR f DER PLEASURE ISS ALAKAZOOSH/ 4 LOAFER. WHO- -IFFER ISS IN COME OUDT, YOU HEAR • SHIVER MY PEEPERS, I LIKES the cut 0' her BLOOMlH' JIB* | gxe SH/PP, OOP5 — a polly/ TAKE ROUGH-HOUSERS GET FRESH DEY GOT BE SQUELCHED.' -TlDDy-Du/^r, DOWN THE third mate's THROAT 1% v*tpj Ia>J > - , \ THEM AS' pies-is-THf \yLUCK^0W£5 TUM C«pr 1921 tor LnlMVraivr Smtflc*!*. tac ■ Tm. *Pf t'. *. Pal. Off —All HfhU mrnf4 '1 1 y i i Jv- © I • IIWYKMIWV the DETECTIVE /1U\S IS "THE life!—Honored ^Guests of uncle SAM — CRUISING TC> PA7A7A ON ONE [ OF THE NAVYJ5 5PIFFIEST ftfillSHI - TREATED 10 Midnight SNACKS N'£VLR7THlNG — \\v /And dip uiecsive killer- THATGAN66TIR IN COCO — | JHE SUP? ARE WE SlTTiw' R Hist'mawkskawJ PIPE. LCHA7IST UP TWERfc IN THt MOONLIGHT! ITS 100 CLUMSy FOU A SAILOR OR AN APE SUPTO5IMG Jlilf Had AN A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 September 1938

' • !< • ,:i • i fb *r > i 'W Wewmw i HKK|aRHp( *i■'- Aj'C ' f' ' nwsf" Ml FORE CEDING No Resources For A Long War By JOHN T. FL.YNN (Copyright toy NBA) The world wants to know how long Germany could keep up the immense effort of a war against France, Britain, Russia, Czechoslovakia. General Goering answered that question before the cheering Nazis in Nuremberg last week. He said Germany could fight for 30 years. But could she? Could she fight for 30 years? Modern war—this war above all others—is a gigantic combat in which nations of workers produce materials and their armies hurl them at each other. The producing departments as important as the hurling department. Sweetwater Reporter VOL. XLI SWEETWATER. TEXAS, MONDAY, SEPT. ' 19. 1938 NUMBER 13" T err ell Quits As Head Of Commission The great question—how long could Germany last — boils down to the question, how much has she got to throw? The most important thing, of course, is metal. And the most important metal is steel—unl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 19 September 1938

:,' • '/ ■ • ■ • - • "V ... swbbbhhB _____ SWEETWATER REPORTER, sr TM *X">V3"* TEXAS MUNDlAY, SEPT. *9, 1« 'ew York Yankees Cinch Third Straight American Pennant Antonio Gets Playoff Victory Over Beaumont Exporters Seek Revenge In Today's Tilt, Took 14 Games In Regular Card BEAUMONT — (UP) —Lyn- wood (Schoolboy) Rowe, fight- ing for a comeback in the Tex- as league, was named by Beau- mont today to attempt revenge for the 10 to 3 defeat handed the Exporters yesterday by San Antonio in the first game of the Texas league championship se- ries. Rowe will probably meet eith- er Harry Kimberlin or Bill Trotter in today's game. San Antonio, defeated 14 out of 23 times by Beaumont in the regular season, took 12 safe blows from Paul Trout, Lloyd Dietz and Cloyd Stith yesterday to run away with the opening game. Beaumont aided San An- tonio's stampede with four er- rors. The victims registered two mistakes. Charles Wagener was credit- ed with San Antonio's win, al- though he was relieved ...

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