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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

WRHSP* u - s ..ft tm Wii SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • SUNDAY, MARCH 6, W9fr # Sweetwater Begins Early To Combat Mosquitoes c General Cleanup Being Planned Far Early April Citizens Asked to Remove AH Possible Breeding Places With the first breath of spring comes mosquitoes. Sweet- water's cooperation with the No- lan County Health Unit last spring was responsible in a large part for the elimination of many breeding places and re- duction of minions of the germ carriers and p sts. An early drive to rii the city of mosquitoes is expected to get underway at once. A city wide cleanup is slated for April, with • citizens cooperating in a survey of their premises before hand. fr Mosquitoes are responsible for the spread of malaria, dengue and yellow fever. The best way , to prevent these diseases is to -lestroy the breeding places of the mosquito. * Drain Water Holes They breed in standing water, , therefore, one should drain, Hitch, or fill such places, spray oil on water each...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

rnMiMM m m- K ■' SWEETWATER REPORTER, Sweat WATEE, TEXAS SUNDAY; MARCH 6, 1938 4- Belt Education Association Convention To 2,000 Auual Convention II and 18. i#38, Sweetwater v • Afternoon Intendents and principals section, J H. Reagan Junior high school. Music—Choral Club, Sweetwater high school. "The Gioup Discussion Project."—Supt. L. E. Dudley,, Abilene. "The Single Salary Schedule"—Supt. W. B. Irvin, Lubbock. "A Practical Program of Visual and Sound Education—Supt. I, S. Covey, Sweetwater. Evening, T p. n . iquet session, Blue Bonnet hotel. Music—Abilene high school violin trio. ^ggdress—Joe C. Humphrey, assistant principal of Abilene High .'?? school. yiocal solo—Mrs. Frank M. Posey, music supervisor, Sweetwater. Effective Organization for Texas Teachers"—B. B. Cobb, ¥Fort Worth, secretary of Texas State Teachers Association. S^dress—William C. McCraw, attorney general of Texas. Stnrday Morning, General Session reetwater municipal auditorium. ^00 Music—Sweetwater high school ba...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

v Mfyir & i<m "Church News F1R8T METHODIST G. T. Palmer, pastor . Church school. 9.45 a. in. Worship at 11 a. m. ancl 7.30 p. m. At the eleven o'clock hour • the pastor will bring the mes- sage, and Miss Wanda Weathers will give a vocal solo. • The young people will hayc charge of the service at 7.30 P- . m. and one of the young men from McMurry college, who is preparing for the ministry, will bring an inspirational message, • and special music will also be ^ given by students of McMurry ) col lego. Young people of the cljy are given a special invitation to attend this service. t Epworth Leagues 6..10 p. m. o-- — <ATHOI,I< SFItVJCKS > SweelwaJc'H Holy Family, mass at 9 ;i. m. Sacrer) Heart mass at 0 a. m. Sunday school, , Saturday at !) a. m. Services, Wednesday at 7.:i0 p. m. Mass v each morning at 7.30 o'clock at Holy Family church. ITermleigh: Mass at 11 a. m. Colorado and Loraine: Mass at • S.riO and 10 a. m. FIRST BAPTIST ft. II. I )ii n lap. pastor * Sunday sch...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

HUMMi IV 1 ,'li "'-I- .*■ , Tdilete Articles Including Creams, Pouders, Rouge Lipstick and Dry Goods Notions Jc Each 4 FOR 10 CENTS VALUES TO $2.95 LADIES' COTTON DRESSES Monday Only 55® SIZES 11 TO 17 AND 12 to 44 CONGOLEUM (iold Seal Remnants 6 FEET WIDE 20c RUNNING FOOT Extrordinary value. M&sure your room and come in Monday. LARGE SIZE NEW WOOL BAGGS HICKORY HAMMER HANDLES 5« Sweetwater, Mrs. J. L. Draper Nolan Furniture <k Hardware Company \j H. TTMkfillfr s~ - Third and Pecan LADIES' NEW Spring Hosiery FULL FASHIONED $1.00 Two Pair Regular <>9c All the new shades. Itingles, line fashioned. fhtee thread in the crape twist—all sizes. Mode O' Day Sweetwater, Mrs. Elsie Robinson Sensational! $;U>5 VALUES III PARIS FASHION SHOES Black Gabardine Black Patent Copper Gaberdine Copper Calf $1.99 Monday and Tuesday Only This is absolutely the greatest value ever presented in ladies shoes. All of our early spring modles to go. Others at $2.97 to $6.00 HUNDREDS OF DIFFEREN...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

Pi! in wifg vrXi Km mi m $ MM © WORD * ' • lare i number of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tare out the advertise- fhdlng the largest number of misspelled words and who presents the ads ac companied by a o'elik p. m. Monday will receive a first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest Lret ](ri{e winner will receive a prize of $1 cash. Please note entries will be received up to 6 ;ates| entry is declared winner. Desicion of co ntest judges is final. 2nd Prize ED WORDS YOU CAN FIND ln Cashl i • Regular 2 c Dozen Cloths Pins | Kant liolI type, of selected quality wood, 1 smooth finished. Monday Only Only lc Doz. Sweetwater. Mrs. J. M. I .aw ret ice Windsor Tennis Balls Brand new .stock. Real live rubber. Choice of Red or White. Regular 25c value. Limit 3 to Custumer Monday Only Only 1 yc each BUCK AND CO Dctil 611 Theatre T ickets! I « * mailasjmCnt of the R and R theatres ten more I Cl 10 strings or obligations attached to this of- i r c 1)1 tie...

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

FOUKD , Oil Corporation Bte No. P-021128. ■Hon regarding same ■ Bqk F, Reporter. NOTICE MADAM ANNA advise in all affairs of Hours from 10 a. m. to . m. Camp Joy. ilriKTORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas ROOMS FOR RENT FOR RENT: Large, south bed- room, will a commodate 2 or 3 boys. Shower and bath. 506 Locust, dial 2598. FOR RENT—Large comfortable furnished bedroom. Arranged for two, in brick home. Phone 2264. Buying L'fe Insurance is buying Dollars for future de- livery to the insured or his family. The fulfillment of such a contract should be entrusted to a strong, con- servative institution, with a record of successful man- agement. On this basis the Southwestern Life Insur- ance Company invites com- parison, and solicits your business. Joe H. Boothe, Rep. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 500 CEDAR Special On Permanents Eugene Waves... $2.00 Others Priced Right Phone 24-19 AUTO LOANS Cash to register your car. pay local bills, reduce payment on your presen...

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

t I COMIC SECTION SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. MARCH 6. 1938 e %/ o ti T"*-.11 ,;-5 ■ b Wmmippp Copr llll *4g r *tf« •uffoufh* trv< Tm Rrf U • M O* PrivlocHl Pr Fimouj deok* and r:«vi D>«'ribut«tf b UNI NITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc A RACE WITH DEATH - THE VAN BOERENS KNEW THEV COlM HOT WOLD OUT LONG, FOR THEIR AMMUNITION WAS ALMOST EXHAUSTED. 4 18 HM ii //? I I J r'%M BELIEVING VICTOR WAS CERTAIN, THE HOWLING JAMAGE5 ATTACKED WITH RECKLES5 FURV. WBwwSIm m&M MEWNHILE.TAR1AN Rl\CE0 TO SSR-FUJN5 FiP./.M, RAiSillj AM M® FORCE TC RELIEVE THE BESIEGED BEl 111111#^ BUT IT 5',V: AED THEY WOULD SURELV U)SE THEIPv WILD RACE WITH DEATW alreadv the attackers WERE hacking at THE poors, and THE TUEN ME DASHED ACR055 THE VELDT AT THE MEAD OF A MOUNTED TROOP OF PIONEERS. DEFENDERS ABANDONED HOPE. BUT THE STOUT-HEARTED VAN BOEREN MEN EXPECTED TO PIE F1GUTIN6. ♦MUST WE KILLOlMLVESfANNlTJE WOAN0LCJ W THE OTHER REPLIED; I SHALL TAKE ^ " AND NOW MOTHER NAN BOEREN CALLED HER DAUGHTER...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

m Wo NViO^EOl 1 EVONW 9KPTO C0\_0 TOOKf, II 00\_\-*b TH\<=> *\\V\fc CO^OKitY. ? 11 OF VEfrS. W GOODNESS* \6VST \T Wlm1Mb tints': ''•'••;••■'••'•// THL \_\TT\_E. CH\N* DOU_ iiillri'llwllm am 1i <> BygaBBtgiBi REG. 0. S. PAT ■'■;i-r' .iiiifTrn. THEN SO muv cx.Q'xw'tJb SY\H \6^T COLO ,<=>HE^ 5ost <5V\OV/O\^e OFF M.V OW \_0^6 \\)t VO/WTFD, of tvws MOtAEMT ,V0Y\EN 1 COOLO \_00\< \NTO \OOte tVE<b H\_0. MER\)\E BOOT6 N/O . YOU YOU'RE ^LVb' BF.-000-T\FUU r i■'■' ■ ■'- ■'. '-•'. '//V/ ■'. / -'/ -'/7 ^ < I ^ / V'/.' ^ .'•. M ■as VMKTb TvV ? VOVAY ? V0*\T ,£>om TEVA_ ME - LET WE. 60E<bS V0Y\^T SORT OF £\CT NT'S TO S>E TON\<bV\V.YOO Y\O^E<bT\_Y ~TEE V\EE YOO VAE.K5 £\R.ETV\E 6\LUE<bT ^ 6\9.\_ K>EV>EQ. \<K)OW)<b V/OYW TO EXPECT * <bOMET\^E<b YOU'RE V\E^O\C , OQ. E\_<bE teOtAf\VST\C TttWs^GS ^ 'fr< JP I "j-'ViV-i, i \ yw.cm HsBi 17'1 v17 urn TvA^Ki VOO TRY TO £>E \^0\FFERE^T , OR E>0«b<bY , OR POETIC .OR ATVMJETIC , ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

' J *• • I • I f • !' v • • • • • • mfemiktlA Ver ■ <? CAPTAIN, DO VOU REMEMBER A CERTAIN CLEVER SCHEME THAT YOUR NAVY USED AGAINST TS UNDER-SEA ENEMIES DURING THE WORLD WAR ? v, ■ ■ ; r?i' s .. % * *>'■' rffagtgpfy'&i•*■&&}■ w.i" ■ SUPPLY OFFICER ? CAPTAIN DAWSON SPEAKING " BREAK OUT FULL DIVING GEAR FOR ONE MAN IMMEDIATELY * hm ■ wmi 'MANY TIMES BRITISH DIVERS LOCATED WRECKED ENEMY SUBS- BY JOVE! I KNOW JUST WHAT YOU MEAN ' THEN WE LL FOLLOW THEIR * EXAMPLE / CUT THEIR WAV INTO THE; HULL AND BROUGHT OUT SECRET CODES AND PAPERS--WELL, I'M A QUALIFIED DIVER-; Lag WILY ^ „.Vr\ "••.■SSRjS ittS« 2!2S 5-ISV4 CRO S**A e I Wl^LO^ e Jf IBM ft r' 7 IT MAY BE TOO LATE WELL SEE — TRY TO PICK UP TRACES OF THAT WRECKED PI RATE SUBMARINE AYE, AYE, SIR PLENTY OF OIL AND AIR BUBBLES STILL RISING THERES MAN THE SEARCHLIGHT THE SPOT.' mnr> DIVING GEAR READY, CAPTAIN STOW IT IN A POWER BOAT AND LOWER AWAY e UeTT Syndicate, Inc ^Trade Mark Reg U 8 Pat Office) WOOLEN SOCKS,1 WOOLEN...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

k#*.v , - :."* . , ■' ■■ ;. Va % WELL, IT LOOKS LIKE OUR. CIRCUS MAS GONE AS FA £ AS IT'S , AMD \ GOIN'// AND AFTER ALL, THERE'S Vir~s/ TH* WORK WE'VE NO WAV TO ^ \ 'J DOME TO GET GO AROUND / jj SL THIS FAR - THIS X OH.ME/, 6L)LLV 3AV.OOP- VKNOW I'VE GOT' AW IDEAR-.' I'LL TELL IT TO VOU J$t\ IF YOU'LL GIVErT me your / OkA!V, mfc tuuk. r fooiv, SHOOT TH' WORkS/J EAR-.' >-,V. ■ v t «ovj av -.6'. x « rv - «£• • ^ 3'' sm: M i r maw , EARLY With all of Peking man's great antiquity of three-quarters of a million years, he is regarded by scientists as a progressive; able to organize, to select materials useful for weapons,, fuel and tools, to hunt successfully for animals. These attributes are evidenced, as well as his knowledge of the use of fire, by the finding of charred animal bones in the charcoal debris of his cave. As additional evidence bearing on this early man's intelligent use of the materials at hand, more than 2000 crude artifacts, including scrapers, choppers, gravers and ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

i COMIC SECTION % ' The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION QUACK QUACK QUACK « • • • C • • • • • I • 4 • « • « • • • • • i • w. THIS MAY SO UMP pUNNY BUT I'U? SAY YOU'RE INNlTATlMa A BEAM BLOWER f they told ME 1 WAS A QUACK DOCTOR SO I'M ADVERTS 1 WOULD HAVE BE EM A GREAT TRACK STAR BUT MAW WA5 AFRAID TO LET ME TRAlM OM TH' "TRACK/ KJOPE -—JUST TRYlkl' TO SEE F I CAM PLAY BY EAR f (=, R TICKETS OKJ AMY TRUMK OR E3K8S BRANCH LiKJE £?> i'll have:' to hurry TO TH' YARDS — X'M supposed TO MA^ TH' COALTEKiDE 3UT X CAM'T EVEM box r ARS' sure x am——1 oustgot a semtewce'to do at th'"pem for usim<g th rt ype w r it er7 come up amd see my files sometime —I'll prove it f BO/—-T GOT A SWITCKlkJQ TOPAY-— BUT I TURklEP 1H TABLES OKJ VEM\ AT TH' ROUMD r" HOUSE ' wam j're author oat/4 tal ! i ) ^KfsTbk i.i-in. ! ■■■■■ WWN AL^O SOU-P APT DEALER ALSO. COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE INC OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE it's "th mooples—they've beenj battlisjg amd yellikjq back amd for...

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

LOOK OUT, NOW* LOOK OUT/ . REG. U. S. PAT. Off. V/ ar.wllliam> ,,,, , well, you grabbed me first —turn loose/ LET GO OF ME/ DON'T GRAB meeee/ turn my neck loose and i will.' i said let go of me, you snip/ do vou hear. me"" I'LL HANCf ON TILL YOU TURN LOOSE... LE GOO, YOU'RE TWISTlN', MY NECK/ well, you're twisting my arm ! ; iLMi <a> \7/^r ■ WHY, THEY'RE FIGHT IN (3-ACTU- ALLY IN A BRAWL.' RIGHT OUT in THE FRONT yARD, OF ALL twy u -J*\„ • • OH, WHY DO THEY MAKE PEOPLE THINK WERE a FAMILY OF HOODLUMS?/ THEY SEEM TO LIKE TO WHY, THEY DON'T PAY THE SLIGHTEST ATTENTION to ME' I'LL END THIS RIGHT NOW IN A OUIET DICbNIFIED WAY... I'LL SHOW THE Win " NEIGHBORS THAT -liter- \ THERE'S SOME REFINE MENT AND DIGNITY IN THIS FAMILY/ a LOOk out, U^r~\ COFR 1W BY NEA SERVICE. INC ihttwm+i CE, HAH r WELL, I'M SORRY, MA'AM - SOME ri I MEIGHBORS CALLED \V SAID SOME KIDS WAS BEATIN" UP THEIR MOTHER U^>AA/ / ^%<<'■ j.rwilliam^ THE COMIC ZOO laleLPV/ THAT TPUANT OFFICER is after me aga...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 March 1938

ww- 1 • ■ " .'•• -o":'/: '•/'k -.v. v' "- ■ •- ••• '■ft??;";•■>?,P -■ • ' !• • £</ hfim Oft ic/ANS AND fy tows V.HE v>-: CS TRAIN- 4PER. ED REASON. SAYS artie* *soak UP SUNSHINE AND BREATHE PLENTY OF FRESH AIR '• •V :V gym over~tr*.„..„. w *00 YOUR EXERCISE TEN* NOT ALL AT ICE. BE SURE TARE A TEPID \HOWER IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWED BY A COLD ONE RIGHT AFTER WORKOUT. DRINK PLENTY OF FRESH WATER DURING THE DAY BUT NEVER AFTER EXERCISING/' " THE STOMACH. REST SHOULDERS AND NECK ON FLOOR AND BRING LEGS DOWN TO SHOULDERS AND UP again. JOE PALOOKA By HAM FISHER % KNOBBY do you realize that tie poesn't go with that suit ? sometimes with what i got on my minp r aint got time t' think. why don'T you get yourself an' english valetsyou can'T GO wrong then. anp it's very swank KNO&BY'S got A ENGLISH ML it COM IN'. ah knows IT. he tole me ah aint got taste. well if pis boy kin taste bettah THAN me he kin po - p'cookin'.^ yer right, 1 will. smokev kin press SUITS , but outsida that he pon'...

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

m m •e-' THE CAPTAIN and THE KIDS By H. Pirlf DONTTINK YOU fii ALONE, SVEET HEART J HOOP-A-LA EASY ^ COM EE AS Y 60/ om am 9 OLO klaak-klaak OER TATTLE-TALE? DOT SETTLES OER HASH* VELL SMARTY, RUK1NMQ AVAY FUM DER LESSONS TO BE PIRATES VOSVDUR IDEA*-VARE DOVE GO NOW ? DIDNTI SAID VE SHOULD BRING A CANNON MIT 9 VARE •EFFER DER LESSONS AINT/ DONTGIFFUP^V DER SHIP DARLING? 33 YO-HO-HO UND AVAY ItfO? j""— TOR DER LUFF OF PETE VOT NOW? m ^ 50 MUCH FOR DER PIRATE BlTZNESS- UND N0W.V0TI5S DER CAPITAL OF PEORIPv? hooky- - PL AVERS,]) -ff BET ME A ' safe der vindt und how many fifteens in fife? knigcjle: OOPS.' i. HAFF MAFF CHANCER ^ztdboblz ? ou&l£ n ouble s- (humps*' MAltIA brainy > assar HAWKSIIAW (he DETECTIVE COifc auasu. Opr. 1921 byThlfrtf fWfw* SmJlnk, Inc. Tm. WUt f. S. Pat. Off.—All rights rwrvrd yes. d& brush, AND JUST "THINK— ££>CT£>fe .CMAUNCy BELCHEfe, HIMSELF PRESIDENT of THE national ' AS2T MUSEUM, PHONED HED ollhuse this noon id buy. picture Fee the museum T...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 March 1938

.{ • I ♦ « Jt f -•-....v—•--r —,— •WMMi«WPI $30,000,000 vr,: Attorney General Charges 6 With Federal Tax Ruled Legal On State Oil Lands ,, , ° Men Show U p Price * ixmg After Snyder Long Standing 9 Tax Land Marks ' Are Wiped Away ' If Resources Worked By Private Firitift, Then Uncle Sam Can Collect WASH INGTON—(UP)—The supreme court today specifically reversed itself on two long- standing land marks of tax Taw and ruled that profits derived by private companies from state- owned oil lands operated under lease are subject to federal tax- ation. The tax decision, approving levies by the internal revenue bureau against Mountain Pro- ducers Corporation was expect- ed to have far reaching effects. It was reached by a 5 to 2 vote of the court. The tax decision highlighted a session of the court at which was presented an opinion hold- ing Charles Mitchell, former na- tional city bank chairman of New York, liable for fraud pen- alties on his 1929 income tax return. The reversal of tax law p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 March 1938

c# ;' . ir H^K^Ksv '-Tt'M :.•"•* i*K H-* ' <; ..r-v c •;;■ . ,v liJilMlli Mude MMMtoa-arita '.7<r; ■ Mary! If* th* Ifi PnA *nW Lav* Bin* with Otwmi trim. I«n' •nd dwtifal "SMMfcry?" IK do It NOW! fkm'i that COOK Stor*? TKw UGLY Kitdtan! Soma- | day I'll rad*c> orota! TOMORROW YOU, TOO, CAN HAVE A "MAGAZINE MODEL" KITCHEN It's bo simple and easy to make your exciting, colorful, ctuferful ideas come true. Only $3.00 to $6.00 buys all the Cook paint you need for the average size kitchen. So, act right now and enjoy this fresh, new, modern kitchen for months to come! ONE COAT COVERS WALL SMEARS . . . SEALS CRACKS. Tainted walls renewed in one coatl Smudgy stains, grime and faded tf^| If ■ If fir - places covered "like magic"... actu- lf|>| If IIW II h pi. ually hides small plaster cracks... ■ ■■■« S Villi you can cover Woodwork a ■ l RAPI DRY coiors^l .35 at s Between meals you can cover Woodwork and furniture with gay new NEW LOOKINO LINOLEUM IN JVSt 1 COAT! Paint old linol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 March 1938

a- re (><'« re fie §>f i !)- |i = ^ • MONDAY, 't.s IPPIHRH ; -v,. . r. ■•; w^m ** WW*2r>'i % SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Watch Those Dean Boys,' St. Louis Cardinal New Provisions Of Housing Act ' Now Make Home Ownership Easy By LEE MTU BBS Everyone knows that the ^FHA program set up by the gov- ernment has made it possible for anyone who really and tru- ly wants a home to have one. The FHA program makes it ^ easy in that it provides a low rate of interest, long time loans and 80 and 90 percent loans ot' the total value of the property. But even as easy as it has been made, it is necessary to 1 have certain cooperation from prospective builder, home own- er and public on the program in order to get the loan through, the house built and the family moved into the new home. ^ If the house is to be owner occupied he can get a loan up to 00 per cent of the total value • of his lot and house. This only leaves him 10 percent to put up. _ To cite the cooperation that '...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 March 1938

J" Hght to atteht ff|| * office eetwater ai" second class ftuttti MM "■ , Fet fc of thep PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER. TEXAS MONDAY, MARCH" 7,. I9S8 ?r,T3 Bennitt, Pubs. I 1 NATIONAL SALES N FOR USED CARS fat of the most outstanding campaigns for selling of nationwide scope is underway this week. Automobile dealers in every county are joined in an effort to sell tMd cars. AH manufacturers of motor cars are behind the effort in addition to the thousands of dealers. You might say the entire effort of the motor car industry is back of the plan to bring io the public attention the great values in the used car market. Tikd in with this drive is a most important eco- nomic factor. The used car market has been dragging somewhat in recent months, thereby di- rectly affecting sale of new cars, considering that the trade-in allowance represents the common method in the purchase of new cars. By clear- ing the used car market the way is cleared for trade-ins. This great concerted drive of the motor car...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 March 1938

V B ! 9 \ ; If 1 <j • k 1- o o I ' • I r EEL. E*M IK BPS SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, tfcXAfr j LOST ANI FOUND LOST: Two Riverside 550x16 tractor tires and wheels. Re- ward. Return to J. C. McDon- ald, Care Reporter. LOST: At post office, small black coin purse containing currency. Finder return to Re- porter office for reward. SPECIAL NOTICE AUDITORS & ACCOUNTANTS Ben M. Davis & Co. Mims Bldg. Dial 581 \bilene, Texas Buying L'fe Insurance is buying Dollars for future de- livery to the insured or his family. The fulfillment of such a contract should be entrusted to a strong, con- servative institution, with a record of successful man- agement. On this basis the Southwestern Life Insur- ance Company invites com- parison, and solicits your business. Joe H. Boothe, Rep. JONES BEAUTY SHOP 500 CEDAR Special On Permanents Eugene Waves... $2.00 Others Priced Right Phone 2449 Al'TO LOANS Cash to register your car, pay local bills, reduce payment on your present loan. See me a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 7 March 1938

efense Line t Race Jar Threat Cause Change ine Islands Would Be Moved 'ore July 4, 1946 John de Blois, Baritone, In Concert Tuesday Night pos- WASHINGTON — (UP) The world race for naval aerial supremacy and the slbility of war in the Pacific may force the United States to withdraw its Philippine Islands defense line to Hawaii as a pro- tective measure for the west coast, it was learned today. T^tie war and navy depart- ments are known to lie consid- ering such a plan in connection with Philippines independence which becomes effective July 4th. 10-16, hut some strategists feel that is not soon enough. They point out that should there he a war in the Pacific the nec- Philip Nolan PTA Board To Meet The executive committee of the Philip Nolan PTA will meet at 3:30 o'clock Tuesday after- — !noon in the school auditorium, and and all committees are urged to attend. o essity of holding the Philippines Tuesday afternoon at would require so great a naval o'clock. Mrs. Surrey Henry concentrat...

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