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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION • 0 • • • • % • • • « • 1# i •' • f i • ♦ • • t • • • • • what about thtft new leaf you were goin6 to turn over ? yes-—and can't vol) see this stack of unfinished here it is it looks oust th' same on the other side t this new/ - slow aleig ^0i?k,mu se <3uv, eh? maybe x can scare mdu into making some Resolutions f I resolve to quit starvin6 myself at WAITER, HURRY UP WITH THAT SECOND ORDER okay- vou win / a MP/7: i of pa.m , v. cakes / i he braikjwavvi Q syffljf COPR. 1939 BY NEA SERVICE. IN OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE step on it, ma30r ' we're about to hoist a to/v3tto th' new ye=ar f that'll. probe wim 'mto action ' 7~ti ( i'll be right > y , (cj^ with you / lads/ [ x, / a upinplf kipver } a hoople never needs a second ur6e to attend j, a nevai year's ritual 1 J vx "Sw^STr /ma30r iMr MAPpy MEW yeAR# LAPS/ y/ (lemonade / hm 'tis stran0e indeed to recall that time was when x tholj6ht it an ill omenl j to ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

?*sp • S i • ! • ( I l • ( ^ * t t ' • • ^ i • • •r i i W STAi TOMITE . MSN r WOTTA MAN 9 HE ITH. - i mrnrn, ) Q Q ,, b(i JOE PALOOKA I 1939, McNauqtif SynJidfi, Inc. J DO VOU THINK K VOU COULD GET LITTLE MAX TO PLAV THE PART OF THE*NEW VEAR" AT THE PARTY TONIGHT, DEAR? I'LL SAY J HE'D DO ANYTHING IN THE WORLD PER YOU/ S —AN' SHE'S GOT ALICE'S MOTHER T'LET ALICE STAY UP AND BE THERE CTIST PER YOUR SAKE. By HAM FISHER % : Iced WILL YOUSE DO IT? I'M GONNA BE DRESSED UP TOO. I'M GONNA BE ViJJ X WISH YOU'D CHANGE YER MIND AN' WEAR THEM GORGISS NEW CLO'SE I BOUGHT YOUSE — BUT OP COURSE IF VOUSE INSIST ON BEIN' IT'S TEN OP TWELVE. YOU AND MAX HAD BETTER GET READY DEAR. NOW RIMEMBER—WHEN THEY HOLLER "happy new Year"—YOU COME SLIDING IN ON THE WIRE .IT RUNS RIGHT INTO THE FTT PUT LIVIN' V*?, ROOM. COMF'TABLE- I St V o f ypP r /V BE AWF IMBARRATHED (TJtiH AT ALL OTHER MEN HAVE y AAAXTH-- ( YOU AREN'T GO/NG TO > let all p thothe , thtrange ladieth thee you that WAY ARE you? 7 MAN T*MAN ^ X...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 1 January 1939

Vv % / • Bs^fe mam mm , , . , ... .. « • : • . " • • .. ■ • . «vS:&::A;Vlg .• p„ ^ &:■. f'J.: • ' • .• *■ :V: V' ;.W. r TAKE OFF DER COAT UMD COME BACK GANGVAY* D FIGH GANGVAY My: :<•< m* r"" v / ow: dEYAINT MONKEYS, DEY I5S KIDS, DOD- -<SAST EM f HOLD EM MISTER Ocxl Y 2 O.K.CMENT5. BACK TO DER UESSOMS? VELL. DUMBER, ISSYOU WISHED OR DO I GOT TO 0XPLA1N ? 6AN6VAV .* AW SHUT UP/f U-URRK! -v EfSilll HIMiislii Copt 19*9 kr Ifettei restart SmdtraW. rm In V S Pai OB —All rights HAWKSHAW the DETECTIVE RATVIE^ m > SINISTER THE IWOUR. NEW NEIGHBORS KEEP THEIR <2^ SHADES ^ DOLUHj a IUATSO J NEWSREELj^gg THEATRE ^ ^At)) DO HAUJK5MAW > WD, AND AND LmTSO ^ **'" ,i,F ARE "TAKING IN THE SOMETHING- T&ANSPIISES JN TT-4E AUCHON ROOMS BEHIND THE THEATRE — ^snowiD MET)CYEAM^ r/_v BRACELET5-f a^^jjljANPCUFFS^ l^OU'CE 6ETTIN' 'A BREAK—■ I HAD TO 'S1ART CU1D ?■ SLOT f MACHINES THERE'S OUR LOOT? THE W MCfi&WBlLT VASE — UJOETH 100, OOO, 0 5MACKEBS * PUCK DOWN lurs ALLEY TM...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 January 1939

1 IN It. s: OVER NEW 98%^ ■ $ Man, Window Washer, Falls To Death f T. j. Keating, 21, Earned Own Way • By Dangerous Job Student Was Cleaning Panes Of Houston Bank ® At Time Of Accident The imperative urge for an education cost a Biackwell youth his life at 6:30 Sunday night in Houston, when T. J. Keating, 21, member of a prominent Nolan county family, fell 12 stories to his death as an apparatus hold- ing a scaffold on which he was washing windows snapped,- hurling him to the pavement below. Young Keating, a second year student of Houston university, was working on holidays, week- ends and while business was sus- pended for the holidays as a member of a students window washing company to provide funds to carry on his studies. At the time he met death violently he was at work cleaning win- dows of a bank building. His body is to arrive in Sweetwater Tuesday morning to be conveyed overland to Black- well where services are to be held at the cemetery in the af- ternoon. The Rev. J. H. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 January 1939

Utah and New Mexico In Sim Bowl; Duke And U&C. In Rose Bowl By UNITED PRESS Hundreds of thousands of fans, swarming five bowls in widely scattered parts of the United States, watched foot- ball's last stand of the season today. At New Orleans, an estimated upwards of 50,000 watched Little Davey O'Brien lead the Horned Frogs of Texas Christ- ian against the plaids of Carne- gie Tech, in the Sugar Bowl which ordinarily is Tulane sta- dium. In the Cotton Bowl at Dallas, the Red Raiders of Texas Tech are playing against Slip Madi- gan's Galloping Gaels of St. Mary's at Moraga, California. Miami has its Orange Bowl with undefeated Oklahoma meet- ing the also unbeaten Volun- teers from Tennessee. The Sun Bowl at El Paso has Utatt and New Mexico in its feature game. Probably the greatest bowl classic of them all is being played at Pasadena where the Rose Bowl sees University of Southern California's Trojans clashing with the opponent they picked from a list of unbeaten teams, formidabl...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 January 1939

r • ts w in ■e- Jer fd # ■w- Ice 1AY,JAB0JARY M B jpp: L.' v, "•." • ■ ; 5$PfP CATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS weetwater Students Returning To College After Holi • Texas Tech Has Most Enrollees, 9 Many To Austin TCU, Denton College For Womeit, Oklahoma g HSU Pupils To Leave BY RITA WEAVER Home for Christmas Sweet- water young people are to troop back to college this week after 9 the gay holiday festivities. The college set dined, danced and led the social' activities of the season, celebrating the vacation that ends with the New Year. ~ Returning to the University of Texas are Keith Manroe, John Barry Hubbard, Miss Thel- ma Margaret Fife, Miss Joyce Whaley, Sherman Coleman, Leon Reeves, Charles Griggs, Robert t Lusk, Miss Harriet Reich, Miss Jane Young, Miss Rose Herman, Gerson Berman, Juno Brooks, Evelyn Cathey and Emmett Mc- Donald. Miss Nancy Fortner is re- • turning to Fairmont college, Washington, D. C.: Miss Mickey Tubb to Christian College, Co- lumbia, Mo.; Miss Josephine P...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 January 1939

matures MONDAY, JANUARY 2, 1939 off?ce"""in* Sweetwater Texas, Feb. 9, |w. George Bennltt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. ■tmm my brother Jonathan; haat thou been unto me; thy love to mm wonderful, pairing the love of women.— uel 1 ;26. Lave gives itself; it is not bought.—Longfel- law. TODAY'S HISTORY WRITTEN IN BOWLS Most of today's history is tied to what goes on in the several bowls scattered from Florida to California. Gladiators of the gridiron will joust for fame—and may- be fortune. Winners of the bowl games will be heroes of the hour while their vanquished foes are relegated to the also ran clan. Practically speaking today becomes the end of the football season, which once upon a time was laid away in moth balls on Thanksgiving Day. Texas interest is divided between its own Cot- ton Bowl where the Red Raiders of Texas Tech battle St. Mary's Galloping Gaels from the Moraga Hills of California, and T.C.U. making its final bit for fame this season in the Sugar Bowl at New Orleans a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 January 1939

1% a |G. 1 es- > !d. 'X. ty in sy n- oil # It \ . I" lb- t t * I * i, ve •es •t, ke ^ ■ 9 ttt)Ni*AY, JANUARY 2, 1939 MrEETWATfeR Rf f'dftTER, SWfeiMATfeR, fEXA^ Divide Girl Born At 220 A. M., Jan. 1 Although she Is not eligible to receive awards from Sweetwat- er merchants, because she lives out of the city limits, Nolan county's reportedly first New Year babj was born at 2:20 o'clock in the morning, Jan. 1, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garland Lewis, is Di- vide. She weighed seven and a half pounds. Texd Town Has $35MO Blaze CHIRENO — (UP) — Fire of undetermined origin swept through five brick store build- ings here and damaged a sixth. The fire was discovered by Nightwatchman Arch Holbrook in a general merchandise store. It spread swiftly to the other stores and was brought under control by the fire department from Nacogdoches, 19 miles northeast of Chireno. WASH TUBBS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist ~ XM AU AWEC1CAW YOUR BEST FRIEND, Grogan Mineral Baths, e...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 January 1939

. fyfmwm rr m •^wmaeBk. ■ i £&* ?!■&& ,(■. •■ 3* vsr*- --.A WL . •. A- ■•'•♦&, ■(*!!> -S-—-—^—'- ■-;■■• < ■ -. ... ' ' .'■ . " • , Is Ki ' Rescued Of Victims Are '•ring From The Of Fumes CLINTON, Ind. — (UH — Nineteen miners entombed for 12 hours by a raging fire in Crown Hill mine No. 6 reached the surface safely early today, but another, crazed by deadly "Mine damp", crawled toward the flames and was killed by gas. Rescuers, swinging sledge hammers and advancing behind a wall of pure air forced into the subterranean corridor under pressure, knocked down five par- titioning bulkheads to reach the trapped men. As the choking, grimy men were helped—some carried— to the surface, they told of a fight to retain their sanity when mine gas seeped through the cham- bers. It was the gas, they believed that affected the mind of Jesse Hayes, the single casualty. Hay- es tore away from the restrain- ing arms of his companions and plunged toward the fire. George Merritt, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 January 1939

© o til I 0 r> [ .• O 0 5 I O • I <, • I o :*x '■am S FIRE ON NEW ★ ★ ★ ★ ' ★ ★ * Houston Man Beats Mother. 73, Brother To Death m £ Crazed War Vet Surrenders After 2 Brutal Killings 'Sorry I Hit That Poor Woman After She Was Dead,' He Tells Police HOUSTON — (UP) — A de- mented World War veteran who beat his elderly mother and his brother to death with a shotgun said today that he was sorry only because he "hit that poor old woman a second lick after she was dead." Relatives identified him as John Bush, 44, unemployed oil worker, after he had insisted he was John Williams, nephew and cousin of his victims. Mrs. Silas Bush, 73, and her son, James, 42, were beaten to death at their farm home 15 miles east of Houston. The con- fessed slayer was charged with murder and placed in jail here. Bush surrendered after the slaying yesterday but refused to admit his true relationship with his victims. The accused man said he had spent two years in a state hospital at Terrell. o Airlines H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 January 1939

• - y w _ ; Beat Duke 7-3 ly Pass Attack 93,000 Pferaona Stand As Southern California Stages Last Minute Rally By Henry McLeinore United PH-sk Correspondent ROSE BOWL, Pasadena, Jan. 2—With fewer seconds left to play than a breath can be held, Southern California's Trojans struck magnificently through the air today to defeat an inspir- ed buke eleven 7 to 3 before 93,- 000 persons in the Rose Bowl. Duke went into the last min- ute of the final period with a three to nothing lead, scored on a perfect field kick eaHier in the game. You could have written your own ticket on the Trojans when with the game almost over, they took one of Tipton's boom- ing pUrtts and faced the Duke goal line, Bl yards away. If it was Nave who climaxed the winning drive, it was Lan- sdell who set it off. Running beautifully, he charged to two first downs and then faded back to Whip a pass to Peoples on Duke's 34. There was little more than a minute to go now, ahd Duke still seemed safe. Then Nave, who lacks...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 January 1939

:3§g * *51 3, 198$ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE' ye Says Neutrality Act Can Keep U. S. From Losing He< Would Delay Any Move Until We County Child Welfare Knew The Reasoni Service Is Expanded Should Enable America To Learn Issues Involved And If They Are Worth Fight BY SEN. GERALD P. NYE ( (Copyright 1938, By UP) WASHINGTON — (UP) — If there were better acquain- tance with the purpose behind the neutrality act there would be far less room for criticism of I It. If there were larger listen- ing to the teaching of exper- ience there would be larger cheering for the neutrality act and insistent protest against such changes in it as some peo- ple would have congress afford. It is quite true that given almost any set of circumstan- ces in the form of sides in an- other foreign war, the invok- ing of the neutrality act would prove more of a handicap to ' one side than to the other. To whatever extent that is true it is quite fair to charge that the 1 neutrality act is not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 January 1939

'ja. * & ■ '7 \ '""y, - ft '^'^v M i M mm SWEETWATER, TEXAS, ESSip^f u ,,., they were com* into the house, they f chiLiwith Mary his mdther, and and worshipped him; find when they itheir treasures, they presented unto n gifts; gold, and frankincnse, and myrrh.— HaUhew 2fll. First worship God; he that forgels to pray, bids not himself good-morrow or good-day.—T.Ran- f A JAPANESE WITH 0CCIDENTAL PHILOSOPHY A Japanese girl, born and educated in the United States recently journeyed to Japan for a prolonged visit and tour having a grandfather and other rela- tives in the Land of Nippon. When writing to friends ill this country she sings the praises of the United States in about every paragraph of a lengthy letter 6nd in closing writes, "Physically in Japan, Mentally in the U.S.A." Everywhere, says this peculiar Ameri- can product, she sees, hears and feels war. It fills the newspapers, it blares out on the radio and from her abode she hears machine-gunners at target practice. "People...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 January 1939

TUESDAY, JANUARY 3, 1930 SWfeteTWATEH REPORTER, SW EETWATER, TfejCAS PACE YOUR BEST FRIEND, Grogan Mineral Baths, experienced doctors. Complete electrical department makes the difference. GROGAN WELLS SANATORIUM In Sweetwater 26 Years Dial 2012 WASH TUBflS AND EASY Sweetwater's Qua Cartoonist ABM W0RW1U6. Bon ot -Judge and Mrs. It. C. Crane, 4101 Kant Third St., Sweetwater By ROYSTON CRANE SIAPRISOMEP iM OBBAD UA <oU£.eWk,\NASW awjaki m CORSAQES CUT FLOWERS FOR EVERY OCCASION m Sweetwater Floral Co. PHONE 2621 FREE DELIVERY I For Sandwiches • Beer And All Soft Drinks Drive To "PEE WEE'S" Formerly Taylor's Drive Inn Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Carefal of their Appearance. Hand Made Book BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOI Is //our if si PROTECTION - iams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 S.'i Permanent $2.5(1 S0.50 Permanent SI.50 si n-shim: heav iv shop X. of Post Office 007 Elm Ph. 510 % no ^ /MONEY D0WN\ EASY TERMS DU. ALICE E. lVILMOT Chiropractor Vapor lla...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 3 January 1939

I 1 I imr m. SWEETWATER NBEHM MRRKETPLRCE IN EFFECT TUESDAY AFTERNOON, WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Oar New Year's Resolution is to give you fresher fruits and vegetables at all times of the week. Large Firm Heads LETTUCE HEAD 44* Lb. Rutabaga TURNIPS Fresh Dug HEW POTATOES ,,,4'ic Fresh Garden SPINACH 2 ■J'ic ib. 10c - 3 10c Snow White CAULIFLOWER Fancy Florida Green Leaf CABBAGE Fresh RHUBARB Lb 5c CELERY Medium Size Gaino APPLES - Large Pink Nice Size GRAPEFRUIT «f„, 25c TANGERINES 15c Florida Bell 2*ic PEPPER Lb. 7*ic Jumbo Bleached Stalk 15C DOZEN 12« Large Temple ORANGES Doz. 96 Size Marsh Seedless Large Texas 25c ORANGES n,„ 25c vb size .viarsn seedless GRAPEFRUIT ■■ 25* Extra Fancy Delicious APPLES Doz. CRISCO - Del Monte TOMATO JUICE 95c 4 tall cans ■■ Phillips m PORK AND BEANS A Ac 1 lb. can HT Jh Maraschino ^ M CHERRIES 1 (|c 5 oz. bottle I Medina GREEN BEANS l±c No. 2 can ■ Ju Del Monte WHOLE APRICOTS 1 flc No. 1 tall can I White House RICE 17c 2 lb...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 January 1939

* 1 t I 1 I Hi • t h • <} , .. \m M ill I IONS. HITS DICTA FDR Asks 700 Millions To Tide Over WPA Senators Open Fight On Relief, Political Link Proposal Submitted To Give Congress Powers To 'Police' Elections WASHINGTON—(UP) —Two far reaching measures to "take politics out of relief" were in- troduced in the senate today as President Roosevelt prepared to ask congress late this week to appropriate approximately $700,- 000,000 more to continue the Works Progress administration until June 30. Senator Carl Hatch, D., N. M., who was defeated in attempts to write a ban on political ac- tivity into last year's relief ap- propriation, submitted the two proposals. One would prohibit activity by all federal employes except policy making and dec- live official-;. The other would give congress wide powers to j "police" the elections. Senator William King, D., j Utah, vigorous opponent of the j present relief system, introduc- ed a bill under which the sec- retary of treasury could allo- cat...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 4 January 1939

-fp i ■ #?• H I V: 3k i£l-. I || & sWfefetifrAilft iiEPbi#^ siidrtirATteh, . ...... , ^ ■ • ."•■ ■ .-• T - : •. -<r\ . ■ •. • ■-••" \ • v ,w ' ' ' ' r ■■ ; :' ' • h ' • ; \ ' • *•* V- .'"' ' 1 ", " * ' • '' .(-•'•* '■ 'p? *fcbiteSittt, IAN. *, i*8« • 0 otball Coaches Change Equi m" Used Oftener Bv New Revision • AH Ineligible Men Must Remain On Scrimmage Line Daring A Pass COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. —(UP) — Making fewer revi- sions of the rules governing collegiate football than at any previous meeting, the national football rules committee today revised only one playing rule and confined other changes in gridiron regulations to revision of equipment. The committee adjourned its three-day convention. The single major change made in the playing regulations was a rule requiring that in the case of a forward pass, all ineligible men must remain on the line of scrynmage until the pass is thrown. Failure to do so will be considered interference and a penalty of 15 yards will he in- f...

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