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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

mm o o 0 o 9) 9 Ik Ih Ih Id Tn le in d. >d n- ad as ;d si- y. >n- () > : | * 1 HBPT. J*.? ■ J*| IB v following aocout of the devastation eaaMd in MMdfeoratral Chile by South America's worst earthquake was written by Charles Ber- ry of the United Press bu- reau in Santiago, the first newspaper man to land In Chilian, which watt the hardest hit by the disaster. BY CHARLES BERRY Copyright 1939, United Press CHILLAN, Chile — I was the first newspaperman to reach this city of Chilian after it was devastated by last night's earth- quake with a death toll of at least 10,000. With Capt. Enrique Byers of the Chilean army, I took off from El Bosque military airport at Santiago at 9:25 a. m. today. There was no room for pas- sengers in the Junkers bomber and I was obliged to lie on the floor with a parachute strapped on me. I viewed the stricken area far south of Santiago through a slit in the plane. After flying as far south as Talcahuano, where a naval base is situated, we headed no...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

v: f ~ (UP) - Leo mrconvict, wm Ml' given the by a district the murder of last Christmas *t a Galveston beach if fnry deliberated only two l a half hours before demand- Lera's life. ~ lllps was shot during a with Mike Calandra, Le- i's companion who was charg- jointly in the death. Lera and Calandra entered a beach cafe early Christmas morning and Calandra demanded Phil- lips to give him his stool. The two began scuffling. Lera drew lis pistol to stop the fight. „ Lera claimed that he intend- |ea to fire over the men's heads <? to frighten them, but his bul- let struck Phillips. Mode O'Day Head Visits At Store W. B. Malouf, president of the Mode O'Day corporation, ■; Los Angeles, Calif., and Jack i Wright of San Antonio spent Tuesday here visiting their lo- cal store. j For the second time the Sweetwater store is winner of the gold loving cup, presented annually to the store in Texas showing the greatest increase of sales during December. There are 11 stores in the state. Mrs. J....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

Wf*\ v; :* •• ,f '■J* v. ■"?. • O .. , —■ .nHH.. l . ■ ' mi j' I .'■li hi J Ife , . •- • maps %V> ^ %\ ' SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS v,vS, VMM • • c 0 I Rag Rugs, 18 x 36 in. 9c ea. Hit and miss designs. A real value. 22 Shells Boxes of 50 18c Non - sticky 1 u b r i c a ted. Smokeless Work Gloves Tough canvas Heavy weight 8 oz. Canton {7 Flannel. Sweat Shirts 89c Values 69c Excellent for s p orts and home wear. Roller Skates 1.39 Value Strong steel chasis; long wearing Kitchen Shades First Quality 49c White o ip a 1 glass, fit any I in. holder. Cross Country Plugs Guaranteed 3 For Twin power. $1 Toilet Seats 2.49 Value White seam- less celluloid on hard wood. HUNDR EDS OF TEMPTING NEW SPRING "BUYS" FOR YOUR HOME! Beautiful Motlcls Women's Slips 79c Values 59® Many lovely styles to choose from. T a i lored or trimmed. Sizes 34 to 44. Generously Cut Women's Gowns 49c values %9e Hand embroid- ered. Full 50 in. 1 e n g ths. Colors white, flesh, tearose. Size 15 to 17. Pure...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

PAGE FOUR growers Attack TRADE THEORY . i 8v;' speeches of leaders of the National Wool Grow- Association meetinig in San Angelo this week it revealed that they stand as a unit against the re- ciprocal trade treaties made by Secretary of State Hull. To understand how heated is this opposition it is best <' to quote F. E, Mollin, Denver, Colo., secretary of the organization, who says, "that the government' fails to give opportunity for the presentation of growers' inter- ests, that too great power is given tho executive branch in view of the fact that Secretary Hull has been known throughout his public career as low-tariff man, that foreign producers are given the greatest consideration, that they are casting stockmen in the role of guinea pigs for experimentation with tariff tinkering." i V 1 s %' a s a 11 n !i *1 m • ' : m¥\ m * w I I « i n t $- t* * * « i • « N t i I • i i $4 It has long been known that those engaged in the production of all livestock for a livelihood are in fa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

s :7 . -• rn Ih ps In K • • jie Ici- ly • • Id o |h- l'h to , Im 1" ♦ • py (ip be 9 • P • Ht- 111- • • Ig' le- f n ll't lid • • a • lal * l,d • • ig ay of • * • • • • • • « • « t • t <D 1*1 H 11 BaU ier Event' Aim Of Sponsors "Let's make the President's Birthday celebration in Sweet- water a banner event." With this slogan, under sponsprship of the Business and Professional Women's club, the entertainment and dance slated for Jan. 30 at the Blue Bonnet roof, is expected to help in- tensify the national drive for funds to stamp out infantile paralysis and bring happiness and health to afflicted child- ren, stricken by the scourge. Miss Edith Bradford, club pre- sident, in charge of ticket sales, is anticipating a 'record gathering at the ball. Fifty per cent of the funds are to be kept in Nolan county to aid victims. Admiral Urges Fortification Of Guam At Once WASHINGTON — (UP)—Ad- miral William D. Leahy, chief of naval operations, told the house naval affairs committee that the U...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

m— BBHHVHHHhmBBHRB H.'■«':!:■' . V?V" JKPitpsfflfesiP ■ ... 1" ■ •■- ,. ; ■.. . . . n ---■"I I '«,I- I. I' ■■ ' I 11 1 n w ;,! 'I Is For Bomber mis Attack Used Champ Reminiscent Of Schmeling Slaughter jack cuddy new YORK — (UP) — With murderous attack reminiscent i qf the Max Schmeling slaughter, [Heavyweight Champion Joe! ! Louis retained his title with a technical knockout over John . Henry Lewis in the first round at Madison Square Garden. It took the smashing cham- pion only 25 seconds longer to dispose of the Arizona negro than it did for him to knock out Schmeling last June. And the Schmeling kayo Avas the fastest in the history of heavy- weight title fights. Louis, although a warm friend of John Henry outside of the ring, showed his negro buddy no mercy before 18,000 thunder- ing fans. Joe belted his man out at the earliest possible second after they had sparred cau- tiously for a moment. He floor- ed the stream-lined western negro three times. Referee Arth- ur Donovan halted...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

m SWttmrAtEB REPORTER, SWrHTWATEfl, TE5DO ■• In Diagnosis. Su« *.P perior D r u g less treatments, t |j © Beit Mineral Water Baths and complete, modern Electrical Department. Our Motto: —"THE BEST" GR06AR WELLS SANATORIUM DIAL 2012 WASH TUBUS AND EASY By Sweetwater's Own Cartoonist Registered Optometrist* * Expert examlru tion, lenses repaired or duplicated .1. P. MA.IORH, J. B. MAJORS ALICE E. WILMOT, B.8. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Pliysiotlierupny, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician in colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoea Please those who are Caretul of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'N WHO* * fit if Is your Aesi PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insurance Auto Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 Loans-Rentals Insurance Ileal ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 26 January 1939

£. "Y %-"S- A.y.',iVV- •'*• jrswp '.v-: tit H ;/^ '•■' m :m*t n ; tlb Of Meet; Planned' * 1 1M Members Including Operation of 250,000 Acres In Association ROBY—At a meeting of the Fisher County Game Manage- ment association which was held •t the Hobbs school house for the purpose of electing officers Dr. R. G. Davenport, Rt. 2, Sweetwater, was re-elected pres- ident. Edwin Aiken, Rt. 2, Sweet- water, was named vice-presi- dent and W. B. Willingham, Ro- tan, secretary. Directors will be:—H. C. Den- son, Rt. 2, Sweetwater, S. A. J. Willingham, Rotan, Ralph Col- lins, Rt. 2, Sweetwater, Clinton McCain, Rt. 2, Sweetwater, Glenn Ratliff, Rotan, and John W. Wheeler, Jr., Trent. At this meeting the date of April 29, 1939, was set for the annual picnic for the members of the association with the pro- gram committee to complete plans for the annual event, are Guyon Davis, Roby, A. R. Wil- lingham, Rotan, and Demp Kear- ney, Rt. 1, Sweetwater. The present membership of the association is appr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

p I I > I * I * I * )t * 1 • ■*> 7 3' r i DAMAGE Allred Appointment Unpopular, Dies Tells Senators Sheppard Places His Approval On Former Governor Sen. Connally Offers No Objection But Fails To Give Definite Sanction WASHINGTON — (UP) — Rep. Martin Dies of Texas to- day told a senate judiciary sub- committee that popular senti- ment is "overwhelmingly against the appointment" of former Governor James V. All- red as a district judge for the southern district of Texas. Dies told Senator Joseph C. O'Mahoney, the only sub- committee member present at the start of the hearing, that the same objection ap- plied to "any other non-resi- dent of the district." Senator Morris Sheppard of Texas said he did not think non- residence in the district a suf- ficient objection to Allred's ap- pointment. "He has been both a govern- or and an attorney general. He is a citizen of the state at large," Sheppard said. Sheppard added that he wanted to "go on record" in favor of Allred al- though he h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

test thai ever ... no it starts cold motors r! And we do mean faster Phillips 66 Poly is the high test champion. Costs nothing extra, since Phil- lips is the WORLD'S LARG- [BST PRODUCER of natural [high test gasoline. SSI "?MY- Rte;* m. wiiiii l ii&m taw'1-.. I • Bomber's Next Foe? Jacobs Is Worried NEW YORK — (UP) — Pro- moter Mike Jacobs announced tonight that Heavyweight Cham- pion Joe Louis will make an- other title defense at Madison Square Garden in March if he can find a suitable opponent. "But where am I going to find him?" Mike asked wearily after emerging from a confer- ence with champion's co-manag- ers, Julian Black and John Roxbcrough. That question featured the af- termath of the latest title bout in which Louis knocked out John Henry Lewis, king of the light heavies, in 2 minutes 29 seconds of the first round. Lack of heavyweight talent was emphasized when only four possibe opponents were consid- ered at the conference: Maxie Baer, Lou Nova4 Tony Galento and Bob P...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

fc> 9 v I • 4 « : • • I • i o c 0 1. hhdat.jakoabt *t. i in iihiim^MII iminiii ii in TFT^TI inBwlwHWl |fc'V; §®Ptew l'iS: T"'. -i'■■' - TOSS'S :'1"- " 'V • :,v ; % *; if; w ■, V^W?"'«!i s-.*". - " " .'*/*"" y,v"'r V ' *■. wsr .m. ' - ■ • « 5 w f«wsroafjj SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS o Incidental Cost Of Case Totals More Than $760 Added Utilities, Ranger And Attorney Fees Not Included In Estimates Forty-six out of county wit- nesses who traveled from far- flung Texas points to be called in the Frank Salazar murder trial heard this week in district court received $5G0.(i8 for ser- vices. Other incidentals spent locally brought the figure to $760.68 for the three-day per- iod. Aside from the daily fee allow- ed a witness, mileage was ap- portioned. Script issued each witness by Mrs. Myrtle Robertson, district clerk, must be forwarded to the state comptroller's office to be cashed. Some of the group sold the paper while in Sweetwater, taking a 10 per cent discount rather th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

1 I a a i i pInmp !s . s4v ♦ ttll ,. . • ■ ~&Wa&&iaRaB W lllllll II I MM « s IB .j«> I Buy and Save With These outstanding values in fine foods invite you to our modern market. During this store-wide sale, we have everything women want in a market... clean stock, Quality foods, uniformly low prices and the kin^ [1 r *vsJ "\ [ (uSi «•**««* ' ► * «••• rwLcass. ^Kca-saa All Grocery Prices in Effect Fri< day Afternoon, Sat. and Mon. WILSON'S ADVANCE HEARTS DELIGHT SHORTENING FRUIT COCKTAIL ' TALL CAN IQc ROYAL BRAND •f* expec i[sen APRICOTS GAL. CAN m California loc can SALADTUNA 37, ! S«HMIID MdOMS Pride of Illinois ffcftJSft? Country Gentleman No. 2 can Market Day RMS 2 lb. pkg Kraft's Macaroni DINNER 18c pkg 27c Value (1 Limit) i;<aBU[ssaa2 aKk.JC&J & €L ^ Qiant Bars 5 MB— — >C—■— — 1 Silver OHQB«K3aBnEmsBr.£!3e9E33roraacnEKBri3Zi : 46-Ot. Can Juice 1MB—————■—— — — 16-Oz* Can 39c value Treesweet Orange «s 10c tall can _ 1 Iharvest time Ml 01 i i FARM O...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

n't we Und at SUNBEAM expect you to meet many new neighbors and make many new friends because we know we i^service that makes shopping a pleasant interlude each day! OTS 3$ 1 2 ROYAL BRAND SORGHUM ^ 25c *•< 39 PURE CANE SUGAR 10-lb. 42 C (] Limit) 25-lb. Cloth *| .15 ichtd atf 0^ Firm Green Leaf ^ -g Arizona Iceberg ^ •* PRY stalk lWc CABBAGE ib. 1 LETTUCE Head 4i® Fresh California 2" bbi i uvEi neao *#2 Snow White EN lEANSih. 10c CAULIFLOWER 9c RHUBARB 5c Florida Yellow Jumbo Roasted NT 7V2C SQUASH 12*ic PEANUTS ,lt 10c • • jFlorid; Snappy ENIEJ I S#e 0 PLANT Iga Florida Fresh Dug N!PS« IV2C NEW POTATOES Lb. 5c Qt TURNIPS ANI) TOPS, MUSTARD, BEETS, COL- LAltDS, RADISHES, GREEN ONIONS, CUCUM- BERS, PEPPER, TOMATOES, WAX BEANS. Ihis had of fruit was gathered off the trees late Wednesday afternoon. What you buy now will be )0(^tic^ weeks from now—buy it fresh! I Texas I Large Marsh Seedless ORANGES - Each lc GRAPEFRUIT Dozen Nit^Siz^or School Lunches Don't Confuse with small Grapef...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

SWEETWATER, TEXAS, PAGE SIX m FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1939 Wlico Ul nnroiwoKi. TeXOf, rm • George Bennitt and Russell Bennitt, Pubs. p 'U V ''ill'. ' J"""■ •* )• I _ before the combined meeting of the Board of City Development and the Sweet- Chib, last night Carr P. CoBina sounded the of a balanced prosperity for any Texaa com- ;y that bas'the will and the energy to put it over. m t * ♦ * He said that in a personal interview wish the head of the Kraft-Phenix cheese people in Chi- CJtgQ on his recent trip east with Governor W. Lee (^Daniel, he was told that the Kraft concern is willing to make a $50,000 investment in a cheese factory in any community where they could be guaranteed the milk production from 3,000 cows within a radius of 25 miles. The president of the Kraft company went on furth- er and said that they already had several plants in Texas and were producing as fine a quality of cheese as it was possible to be produced anywhere. He also said that the Kraft company paid out $50...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

08? mm —— rui 8u> i glen , „ nU. <%Bm Beat Mineral Water Baths and complete, modern Electrical Department. Our Motto: -r-THE BEST" QROGAN WELLS SANATORIOM DIAL MM )j i K11 a i <i' WASH TUBBS AND EASY Sweetwater's Owa Cartoonist im BWKETWATKX, TBCIJ MO.H&Mt! THERE Aiwt woeotvow LAMD Esf Sf A VNOT KIM OUTSNVACT I OLT> BULL PA.WSON, By THUMPEP! TH' ENTIRE PANAZUELAN TREASORV.AM' IT'S MIMC ! *VE OUTSMACTED EIA ALL. rUE GOT US OFF THE Registered Optometrists Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated J. P. MAJORS. J. B. MAJOKH ALICE E. WILMOT, B.8. Phc. Graduate in CHIROPRACTIC Pliysiotheraphy, Electro therapy, Massage and Nurs- ing. Technician In colon Irri- gation and X-Ray. 15 years experience with the sick. 907 Elm St. Ph. 519 For building new homes and modernizing through the FHA loan— Plans, estimates Information free. See A. L. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Caretwl ol their Appearance....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 27 January 1939

W.; t-1 It tacting Regime Comnontetic Tendencies Of Former 8p% Ftoyed ;■ # i . ■ By Successor In- House WASHINGTON — (UP) — Criticism of President Roose- velt's nomination of former Rep. Thomas R. Amlie, Prog., Wis, as a member of the interstate commerce commission reached the house floor with a charge that Amlie once violated feder- al law by communicating direct- ly with the Spanish loyalist gov- ernment. Rep. John S. Schafer, republi- can of Wis., accused the LaFol- lette progressive of getting in touch with the loyalists with- out consulting the state depart- ment, as required by law. He did not elaborate the charge but said that the justice department should have submitted the mat- ter to a grand jury. Schafer was the second Wis- consin republican to assail Am- lie. Rep. Stephen Bolles, who succeeded the progressive in the house, charged that Amlie's views are "hostile to the estab- lished order." He said that Am- lie's so-called "human rights amendment", had it been enact- ed,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

(f> *) f P) i * ? i 0 pse Ing lut- eal# i • ft ie •n si- . I I, I, ]; I! 0 m w W T w ~ -r „ * ★ * * *★★★★****★ * Chamberlain Warns World Britain Ready For War TEXAS SOLONS STUDY VARIED TAX SCHEMES Wants Peace But Will Not Yield, Official Asserts Armaments On Land, Sea And Air Perfected, Is Prime Minister's Claim BIRMINGHAM, Eng. — (UP) —Prime Minister Neville Cham- berlain told the world Saturday night that England wants peace but is taking no chances on ag- gression by the dictatorships and is rapidly perfecting her armaments on land, sea and in the air. Chamberlain's statement was pointed earlier in the day by announcement of a cabinet re- shuffle in which Lord Chatfield, admiral of the fleet and a big navy champion, was namsd min- ister for coordination of defense, which is entrusted with build- ing Britain's navy, army and air force to invincible strength. Chamberlain, who addressed the jewelers and silversmiths of England, echoed President: Roosevelt's statement to con-' gre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

liies resented erence ,>• — ■ r Federated Club Meeting Demonstration Group of Blackland Is Awarded Prize SV IONIC D. PKRRY The Blackland Home Demon- stration club, with 85 per cent of its memfeers present, won the attendance prize Saturday of the mid-winter meeting of the Nolan County Federation of Women's clubs. Approximately 90 women attended the all-day meet and luncheon at John H. Reagan junior high school. Other communities represent- ed were Divide, Champion, Wea- ver Springs, Blackwell, Roscoe, """V Wastella, Ada, Decker, Bitter- cTeek, South Roscoe and Sweet- water. Wastella club was given honorable mention for having third largest group. Bittercreek was second with 64 present. The spring meeting will be held at Weaver Springs, about 19 miles southeast of Sweetwat- er, the fourth Saturday in March. A Texas Woman's Day will be observed with Mrs. Roy Thomp- son as program leader. Several members of the Board George Bennttt, Roy Thompson, of City Development, including Mayor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

' • ■ ■: .. I />; >' .■■■;- .v * t '. v- ■:■$&' ' m■ ■ r* SUNDAY, JANUARY 89, 1* J**! BP ' *SS "V. ' -— SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS rnrnmtym Mustangs Nose Out Big Spring 30 To 29 In Rough Gai Clark's Team Gets First Test On Larger Floor Big Spring Scores 15 In Last 'Five Minutes' Of 10 Minute Quarter Game Sweetwater high school's rap- idly improving basketball team ran up against a new situation Friday night but came out on top of the Big Spring Steers to win 30 to 29. Used to playing on the smaller Sweetwater floor and for eight minute quarters, according to high school regulations, the Mustangs went on the lai'ge Big Spring floor and played ten minute quarters. Leading 15 to 0 at the half the Mustangs were still ahead 24 to 12 in the third quarter. With five minutes to play they were still leading 20 to 14. Big Spring made 15 points in the last five minutes, Sweetwater four. The game started at 7:35 and with ten minutes out between halves was' finish- ed at ni...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 January 1939

FIRST PRIZE SECOND PRIZE FREE THEATRE TICKETS A E SCRAMBLED WORD CONTEST CQNTEST RULES In the Monday Special advertisements 011 this page ai'e a number of scrambled words. You are to find these words and unscramble them to correct spelling. The words are • scrambled from words in 1 lie advertisement in which they appear with the exception of one word which is taken at random from any of fhc ad- vertisements 011 the page. The person submit- ting the most complete list of words is winner of first place and the second best is awarded second place. Kntries must be turned in at the Reporter office before 7 p. in. oil Monday accompanied by a sales ticket showing the pur- chase of a Monday Special. In case of tie, neat- ness will serve as basis for deciding. Judges' decision is fiual. Simple To Figure Out Fun For Everyone Every advertisement on this page has a series of scrambled words. All you have to do is to unscramble them, list them on pa- per and bring them to the Reporter of- fice w...

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