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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

fw jiitj*i .v ;'. •}AMx n +M,j,-iBt fk^Vg lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial 2328 Guba ■ Churches I;. • III 11, I! t # In Id It Ik f Mrs. Johnson, > Champion, Qets Award . lly MR8. IONIC I). I'KKUV Mrs. M. H. Hagerman of Rang- er, prominent club woman who has held many state and dist- rict offices and a former re- gent of Texas State College for ) Women at Denton, was una- nimously elected president of the sixth district, Texas Federa- tion of Women's Clubs, at the concluding session of the an- nual spring convention held-at lEastland last week. Mrs. C. I). Bruce of Santa An- na, was elected first vice-presi- dent and Mrs. C. Thompson of Colorado, second vicc-presi- ient. Mrs. Hagerman appointed 'Mrs. Carl llill ol Ranger as her secretary-treasurer. Han Angelo Selecletl San Angelo is to lie the city where the next spring conven- tion will lie held, Willi the Con- cho County Federation of Wo- men's Clubs as hostesses. A dele- gation of men representing the Ranger Chamber of Commerc...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

• PAGE POUR - ^ VltTHTAft":^'/' V-g|] sm m' wmv ' $;:.>4$W r . -. Ww--. thdl not tpemk teickednest, nor niy deceitj—Job 27 ;4. is dw false road to happinMi; and all i we travel through to vice, like fairy ban* vanish when we touch them.—A. Hill. iVORABLE PLANTING SEASON IIS FOR OPTIMISM }ifoxt to actual harvest the most promising period of the year is the spring planting season. It is the begin- ning of a new crop year and brings the assurance that orderly production is on its way. Local crop conditions were never better. Rainfall has come at the right time to give the soil a deep seasoning. This is one of the most vital needs and should create general optimism. Prospects certainly measure up to the highest expec- tations- t When growing conditions are favorable one of the biggest hurdles has been surmounted. Even the late frost can be swallowed without much trace of bitterness when consideration is given to the moisture conditions. This year has begun so satis- factorily in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

lie h fie ch r« !>!>• Iw, py. ini# lid, lici Jifi- Ity, ght id' ICI- ned ley Srt.# lied Kirt [hi- [ho Idy* Ing- le n- lhat. had It ho fay. line in- J101 live* '■y Check Dam Built By Vocational Class BLACKWELL — The voca- tional agricultural class of Blackwell high school has com- pleted the construction of a wire netting dhecR dam on the farm of; J. A. Oden. The purpose of the dam is to s(op a gully, 10 feet wide, from further Washing. All materials used in construction were pick- ed up as waste from around the farm.. Wire netting was buried a foot beneath the bottom of a BUSINESS DIRECTORY • Business Service FRED C. DAUGHERTY Lawn Mower Grinding Complete Welding Service Across Hwy. from Morgan Hotel • Flowers and Wreaths SWEETWATER FLORAL COMPANY - Member F.T.D. Ill Beyrle Ph. 2621 • Keys-Made CHAS. STRACENER Use Charley's Bass Bugs Made In Sweetwater, Texas 114 Oak St. • Laundries sweetwater laundry CO. Dependable Service 212-14 Locust Phone (>21 • Magazines sweetwater ne...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

iHWHMn At SatWrrffcy J a&arti thrilled Sweet- hints fans with a court turday, when he van- Dth Paint Rtx-k and stars at Abilene to win onal meet and a trip state contests in Austin. JBtwxt expected trouble from Kfpgiejrt of Paint Rock. Instead, Be won handily after a l>ad stsrt, in the finals, 7-5, 6-3 and fcSf. Support had him 5 0 before loe got going in the first set. "py Tough ries of Mason wasi tough, and here Joe had bis real match. He nosed out tine semi-finalist 8-fi in the last set, after taking the first 6-1 and losing fti® second by the' .same margin, 4-6.. It was as tttruUftg a game as one would Want to see on k tennis court. Among the plaudits .loe re- ceived was "a handsome outfit from his coach, C. L. Harliss. Henson Wins Webster and Waddell, other Newnjt&h entries, did not fare so well. They lost in the javelin and fee high jufnp respectively in strong competition and ad- verse conditions. A, D. Henson, Roby's stellar' jumper, took the high jump at Six feet...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

S54 !ra? - - --*• - ' JIMMUF a ' W m SwEETwATEIItr TEXAS ' ■ ! 11 n,i. _ i • ' Taylor's Inn To Be Opened Today Scheduled for formal open- ing Sunday is Taylor's Drive- Inn, a new addition to Sweet- water's growing facilities, locat- ed at 1405 East Broadway. A newly constructed building has belli provided for this establish- ment featuring home-cooked foods and home-made ice cream. Owners are Mr. and Mrs. Ira L. Taylor, who have lived in Sweetwater since 1921. Mr. Tay- lor has been engaged in making ice cream for several years. Featured on Menu Fried chicken dinners, ice cream, sandwiches and cold drink:; but 110 beer, will be served. Home-baked liam, and hot sandwiches heated on lei- tuce leaves, will be featured. The building itself is modern- istic, with room for 100 cars in the drive-in space. The room is lighted indirectly. Both inside and outside service is offered. Building Contractors Ferguson Lumber company hud the materials contract for Knot Hole— (Continued from Page 6) o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

itkmMhfktwmm' mmmM m rvices Father of Mrs. Means Succumbs Members, 000 House of Native Rock, ir Does Moot of Wood Work i membership of the Church Nazarene is today cele- ag looked forward n—the formal open- : and dedication of their new ch at Oak and Ninth streets. |veral years ago a handful members, through public iibecrlptlon and various dona- d^s, built a little frame struc- jirei at West Third and Grape £r£ets. Soon, it seemed the Jtilding was inadequate and feel of a real church was ied- J Through the efforts of the R^v. H. E. McClain, the church's pastor for a little more than a y£ar, a plan was outlined for the construction of a new edi- Kb. aed at $<8,000 '■* The building, nearing com- pletion, is to have a value of approximately §0,000, with an indebtedness of less than $300. This phenomenon was brought About by the minister's untiring efforts on the construction. An inborn talent for manual train- ng proved invaluable, when the Rev. Mr. McClain decided to build all of t...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

!| «• - - IK ; "f;' * . , ''■ ^"■■' >' ; y,;"' *f/ '"' '' ' ■ '' ' ''V* \-v /•■■•*•■ : • *! ' ' ' O CLASSIFIED ADS FEATURES AND GENERAL NEWS :«£• SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, APRIL 24, 1938 :Vf|:p;;:,,: s s. H CLASSIFIED ADS FEATURES AND GENERAL NEWS i i NUMBER 329 •West Texas Chamber Of Commerce Meet Opens Monday Sweetwater to Make Bid For 1939 Meeting LaGuardia and Sen. Tom Connally Are Msted As Principal Speakers • IJ.V RICHAKD M. MOKIiflKAD (UP Cori'ospuiifdcnO WICHITA FALLS — Fiorel- lo H. LaGuardia, mayor of New York City and possible 1940 pre- ® sidentiai candidate, was the No. 1 attraction today as thousands of Texans prepared to attend the 20th annual West Texas Chamber of Commerce conven- — tion. ® LaGuardia's trip was regarded with unusual interest, in that it was his first cross-country visit since the dynamic little Fusionist mayor attracted na- 0 tional attention by putting New York's governmental house in order. Fift...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

& i Wc Siza 2 to 10 Values to $1.00 Mondaymg* Only^^C * ~~iU" - - l<- -ti ■ ty" •'• '< '' '; GROUP BOYS' KAYENEE P0LL0 SHIRTS AND BUTTON-ON BLOUSES Monday ff £? g* Only 93 J. T. Cunningham, Rohv Regular $3.95 METAL LAWN CHAIRS Blue, Red, and Orange Trim Monday Only $2.50 Metal Bottom Novelety WASTE PAPER BASKET Monday Only 9c 89c and 1.39 TENNIS RACQIITS Monday Only W Nolan Furniture & Hardware Company H. T. Marshall Pecan and Third 4 1st Prize $1.00 SPECIAL Directions! MISSP In the advertisments on these two pages vertisements containing them. The person nied by a sales slip showing the purchace of a Monday Special at the Reporter office before 0 ond largest number of misspelled words and complying with the regulations pertaning to the up to 6 o'clock Monday. Price winners will be announced on Tuesday. In cast of tie, neaics In Cash! SEE HO\y MANY MISSPELLE are a findii 'clock I firstI ®ntr; Again 10 Free THEATRE TICKETS Through the cooperation of the management of th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

' rm „__.w ^ai.. ,.. ¥> ' ' %$**?' ■ sMW.'i . ■ SUNDAY, APRIL U, 19311 " - " ' " wr*m PEL ED WORD CONTEST! • Iges rsor e r, are a number of misspelled words. You are to find these words, clip or tear out the ad- finding the largest number of misspelled words and who precents the ads acompa- /cTock p. m. Monday will recieve a first price of $2 cash. The person finding- the see- to the first price winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note entries will be received ^4os|t (ifitry is declared winner. Desicion of contest judges is final. 2nd Prize $1*00 ,EP words you can find In Cash! Special # Notions Assortment Consists of buttuns, threads, ^ bias tapes, needles, darning threads, bobbie pins, hair nets kerchiefs and many other items. Monday Only • 5c and 10c Values Shop Early—Get Your Share 3 1-2 to fi yd. Dress Lengths Consists of sport weaves, waffle suitings, floral printed smock- clothe, Prints, Cords, and plain color suitings. Monday JQc Only 1!. B. Smith, Uobv 1 i i I...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

iiS SUNDAY, W>WWS&',- . _ f.:** '■ • ' K v: # .;■■■• ii^mMSP.«9 JL X." L JL> d 'MU ' II Reporter |[ • Lo i and Found Classified Advertising: «4t accepted until 100a for un« day; until 5 p. m. Bat- Sunday Edition. Changoa ha must be made by une LINK HATE timet 75c times (1 week) $1.20 times 60e (1 month) per line $1.00 more tkan 3 lines in proportion, words are counted to each line. IM &v. classified display 50c per inch (1 month) $6.00 per inch _ ordered by telephone are accept- from patrons listed in the telephone directory on memorandum in return for this courtesy the er is expected to remit promptly ad runs. ( ordered for more than one inser- bet cancelled before expiration are charged nt rate actually earned. KvfOTa in ads must be reported at once, aa the reporter does not assume responsi- bility for more than one incorrcct inser- tion. Rates for 3 or more days are for con- aecetive insertions, when not consecu- tive* the one day rate applies. In answering "Blind B...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION COMIC SECTION SUNDAY, ArRII, 7.4, 103d VWit «>:;; mm ■" Jp- ' «!§£ ^^iKKwrsv^cATEr-'i^' three times the foe 5ur6ed forward and was thrice repulsed. CENTER YOUR FIRE on THE MEN WITH TME SCALING LADDERS/' TARZAM DIRECTED. *X"/7// FLASHING VOLLEYS RIPPED THE RANKS OF THE SAVAGES AND THEY FELL BACK. ■H iriTii Id i /7 ' \ j/ X now the women hurried to 5mit1s -store for fre5h supplies of powder, shot wd cartridges. but when the new ammunition was loaded into musket and rifle, it failed to fire Rk 1 * ♦WE'VE PLENTY OF POWDER; WE CAN HOLD THEM Off," JAN VAN B0EREN CRIED CHEERILY at first the GIRL WAS .SHOCKED BY HIS TREACHERY, BUT HER VANITY WAS DAIILED BY THE PROSPECT OF RICHES. -THE DEALER CHEATED ME,".SWT LIED, TO ' COVER THE FACT THAT HE HAD DELIBERATELY later he confided ID ANNITJE, THE .SPOILED THE POWDER .savages promised me much (sold if they take the v' town tonight" S\^:| U.' Ik Udi i~W WEN WE ON GO TO THE CITY AND LIVE IN...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

pfes# i' ' L Kw'ntkIzwMk • ,i#" ,1,.,,,,, i ' >" , ar>- *"v , |S$j ^v'.'S.'1 * • ' ' 1 jpjff- ■■ _ f , ;f- Pv .i4iV '■ ■• "■' i.~v 'wsswffiswss m HIImI /> \rr>* f/ s * -j,/f j //* y/i ////jMP '/jf / * £ I H'\_0,0?A\_! \€> VW fcAfcY HOME ? she swo ml come RV6HT IN ♦ . AAAfe :. mail i ni"i i'" "i /. , *• i ■ ,pt p',,., /' ' / ...." ' E ''. ,% I h rJjJJ (IjII 'llljlllll'-lili 'sLmw-z ift® M I i' / 9 J / W>l!lilil!lili!lliill! wilmimi i\will ii Stt DO\*^, FERO\NiA\^0 ! &OOTS VO\U_ fcE A ,}\FFY lY\_ NEVJER, FORGET TH' VfVbT OATE I HAO \rt\TY\ 'ER, PROFESSOR! LESSEE — VOA<b \T ? - wz \_ast t^\GHT "V OH, SORE 1 GORE V VOE VOERE STROIUN' THRO TW ?Ate\< • I • • • • ■ • ONO V/OE . VOEVA., AWVa^AV-SHE \MAS A P\CTuRE IY\_ ^EV\EV\£>ES. TH' ^.E<bT OF V\V \_\FE I TH006HT VOO VOENiT FOR A R.\OE ^HAT 6HE W)EAR\K>G ? r i \AiHy ,OH — i oo^o( WmJ ^>OT , VAVAVA-m \ SHE VOAS DO T\FO\-1 i jgjfM «• c/ 'TjJllt nBr I PRESUME YOU TAV.KEO ABOOT TH\**6«b PART\C01AR\_Y \NT...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

• • • + « • i • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • t • t • t • • • t • • • • • • • # • • • • • 6 J - « „ • • • IF wlN3LOw AND PENNINGTON reached that british cruiser alive they've set tm& INTER NATIONAL PIRATE PATR ON MV TRAGIC I I rTwiir*^^ cevxr S - twey may even find their wav up the ironian river and dra<3 mb out of wid/n© from aav capital ' BUT I KNOW A ^ WAY TO HALT THE FIRST OF MY ENEMIES ytxj command that we anchor here at the mouth of our river your excellency MINES pi hastily filling a small boat WITH deadly cargo the outlaw crew begins yj their treacherous WORK gg^Tji SOON THE RIVER 15 THICKLY SOWN WITH EXPLOSIVES LYING IN WAIT FOR A WARSHIPS KEEL-CUNNINGLY PLANTED DEEP SO THAT SHIPS OF LIGHT DRAFT CAN PASS UNDAMAGED MEANTIME, AT SEA,WlNSLOV AND HIS COMPANIONS ABOARO THE ITALIAN DESTROYER ARE COMING UP IN HOT PURSUIT- r"* .<w ay? & ' - '3S asi. HL 'HI 1 ^ ' 'I ** ■ *'* i K t f " ■> - "j &• this river of ironia- i have never navigate him, m i ll take that job...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

:* V or MAN/ EARLY HII TORY CAVE MEN OF THE HIMALAYAS |o> AIMER THAN PAY AN OUTRAGEOUS "TAX BILL QUEEN UMPA ABANDONS HER CIRCUS TO KING TUNK.WITH ALLEY OOP'S DINOSAUR. LOADED WITH THE PROCEEDS OF THEIR. FIRST LEMIAN PERFORMANCE, OUR MOOVIAN FRIENDS PREPARE TO RETURN TO THEIR HOMELAND BUT.TUNK, BE REASON ABLE/ WITHOUT OL' DINNY, WE CAN'T POSSIBLY GET ALL THIS STUFF BACK TO MOO.' THAT DINOSAUR IS PART OF TH'CIR- THAT'S JUST ^ CUS OUR LEMIAN YOUR HARD / GOVERNMENT LUCK' V HAS LEGALLV ACQUIRED FROM VOU, AND AS SUCH HE STAVS RIGHT HERE/ fr R.*fI SAY, ARE YOU GONNA LET THAT SLAB-SIDED SLOB GIT AWAY WITH DOP- WHAT ELSE CAN WE do 2 HE'S WITHIKJ HIS LEGAL \w ("bringsback the hitherto unsuspected it cave men lived in the Himalayas during i\ge and saw the mountains grow loftier mm i tnem. / i r 1 rr^ i " T . v , (, t, .V r.,(vt V > \ M ' \ Proof that man beheld this spectacle and heroically held his own against one of the worst climatic catas- trophes of the earth's history, is contained...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

T&f: •I •) • ') 1 • •) • «> •I : 0 •) I • •) ft * * tframraaraMU' W'. 1 -*•'; vwTta COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION p,a- -'">r* zvllujo-Js * P° 6 M SWLISH^- HERE WE COMES IKl "THAT [ ME'LL FINC? TERRA FIRMA J f OUT SOOM ~rUGBOAT/ J EKJOUCiH WHEN! PL terra strikes WE'LL NEVER ) . / HIM IN A *•' '<<« YOU MEAM VOL) BURIED A PIT/ MUM? WHAT KIND, PEACH OR, THIS TIME THAT HOCK-CROCK HUSTLER WON'T GET AWAV X PUG A P T IKJ TH' ROADWAY/ ,YY\ KMCW WHAT , ^ I PIP,MA MAPPENJBD: WAY / P* ;'r A'/|Wjjjfjff' CHES^WAL T. M. RED. U. S. PAT. OFF / UP AM' ATTEM, > COVV0OY/ go/m' vowxi CORSErS AMV/L.5 AMP qoLPFI5H ^ / MAYBE X S HO LI LO SW\tch A STITCH SO I CAM SAVE NINE ' WAL £ COPR. 1938 BY NEA SERVICE, INC OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE Ip! X'D LIKE SOMETHIMG CONSERVATIVE BEFlTTlMG MY SENATORIAL BEARING/' H AE-I?aMp: INCHES/ WELL, x'll show you the largest we WAVE IN STOCK/ piPTV-SiX INCHES/ PEAT CAESAR/ 1 MUST GO TO WORK ON M\V GIRTH AMP REGA...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

WW times h6j. hanps on your chest. miFw- inhaue as sou raise ind exhale aswu lower. • • JOE PALOOKA lW.tS. M^nirtil Myiirtlmt*. Inr. By HAM FISHER /W/?/GH7- /4A//Y. i'll hafta apola6ice. i'm sorry ole man. * don't talk baby talk to him pear. oh what a par lino look mansarp. yes m'pear k itchy/ kltchy' a man his size resents it. tee hee. goo/ 1 // he talk-oh he MUST-- talk to him mahsarp no ma'm but he thinks mr. rufe and i are just wild about children. such beautiful blue eyes and golden hair. hasn't he MANSARD? why he's the spitting image of you sir. uh—er—i think he favors his mother- uh the nose. yes m'pear & "I'M 'iirifiiiifi i SA/P he looks like a his FATHER / one gets such joy out of babies —i always say9 a home isn't a home oh you lucky girl --- you lucky girl. ^-?y —j uh - he's tch tch. why uh escuse me but ya see- uh- YES m'dear without one. it's just a ho manner speak- uh- we have canary lucky too amelia. 7 you were so sweet to watch bobby while i telephoned the cook. ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

$!§? jBf • I • • 1 • • i t • 1 t • 1 I • I • • § • • SAY, WHERE'S THAT BAKERY WHERE YOU GOT THOSE DELICIOUS 5WEDISH WELL, I CAN SHOW YOU BETTER THAN I CAKJ TELL VOU - OH, THEM? WHY, A KIP TOLD ME ABOUT THEM I KNOW... BUT WHERE IS THE PLACE?] *EC U. S. PAT. OFF. V'-ty >3iT?.\A/lLLlAM5 LET ^ SEE ■■•TO FIND THAT BAKERY SHOP, VOU GO FOUR BLOCKS FURTHER AN'TURN EIGHT...THEM GO .STRAIGHT OUT- OH, A MILE, AT LEAST ABOUT HERE VOU'LL HIT MYRTLE AVENUE - WHOAF? WE'VE RUN OUT OF HOUSE A BIG6ER STICK - SHOW YOU BETTER. TH' DRIVEWAY HERE.. HERE WE GO NOW tSam * —i—ft-- mk r WAIT A MINUTE/ THEM VOU TURN LEFT ON MYRTLE AVENUE, RIGHT HERE, AN'GO OUT -- LE'S SEE... LIKE I SHOWED VOU ON TH' HOUSE... YOU GO ABOUT A MILE STRAIGHT OUT THIS WAV ■■iff ■ smsMMmm1:.... if ifMIIIIIIIMIIIIImlllm x'JBc ■ LI t v;\ ir SImi, ( COME ON.. GET ) IN HERE r GO OM -- SHOW ME TH' REST OF THE WAV/ AND HERE'S A LONGER- STICK- m \ "s?/ '""'•nififjifiiiiiniimiim,,,,, y , msmh mllllllfllr, HIIIII rv • ifclVT /*'/ /V, "• i...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 24 April 1938

iY- "fi' n INbbk^' \y/?s'a CAPTAIN and THE KIDS a :> ■•'' ' ' " •vv'':"\ By 1L Pirka WEV.' dots CAPTAIN LOOK J KLAAK- KLA AK, AILI&F0R6IFFENJ COME UND GET DIR NICE BLOATERS LET LOOSE DUM1ER! DOT BREAD Alhfr VET EFEN GE-BAKED.' m 1 *." i && "m I BET A rOOKJE ON MAf*MA f m OH HO! 50 VOU VONT LISTEN,EH.9 IT LOAFERS, A . BROOM SPEAKS MORE LOUDER DEN VORDS? MAKE 5UCH LOOMP i & REMEMBER-' VUN LOAF FRESH BREAD , F(JM DER STORE UND ' GET A Vl6GL"E OM/ -UND VUN UND VUN IS3 HAN5 UND TRlTZJ- VOT A LITE HMMff TWO UND TWO TOUR ? t opr 1938 by v Tm. Rrg. V.S. j5> . amujsj}/^ 1-11 HAWKSBAW the DETECTIVE hndtl </(wvli. Dog-face 1 6uess hobody'll p^eam o lookin for us heise in PELICAN LA600N in THE LONELY tVER6LADES; HEH! HEH! — AM' AT THE SAME TIME LUE'lSE RIGHT HANDY to £>U|§. ujo^k, loovn' SWANKY HOTELS OUTSIDE TTH& 3LOAMP THEGE. • ^ 1 - ^yi muA\ m *: ^ AIN'T IT THE TRUTH ! nfeillfej Mjffliiffl /^7^t^7^(fBAH! IT'S ONLV ONE 0' THEM THERE NOW) OSFBOWV-]Lmanatees--X&g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

h 1 I 3 1 fl • • : ' ** v ' AY ¥$ff ?f¥j;m SWSS1,. 3kV'jtff5* Roosevelt Wants Federal Employes' Salaries Taxed U. S. Bonds Would Be Subjected to Tax Assessment 'A Short and Simple' Statute Sought to Bring in More Revenue WASHINGTON —(UP) — President Roosevelt today ask- ed congress to enact promptly "a short and simple statute" to subject all government salaries and all future government bond issues to taxation. The president's recommenda- tion was one of a series in his economy drive. Mr. Roosevelt advised con- gress that he believed the re- cent supreme court decisions indicated tax exemption of gov- ernment, securities and salaries, both federal and state, could be ended without a constitutional amendment. The statute proposed by Mr. Roosevelt would enable the fed- eral government to tax income derived from federal, state and municipal bonds and salaries. On the other hand, the states could tax income from federal bonds and offices. Tax Exempt Securities The president declared th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 25 April 1938

Merged strict Statser of White , Succeeds the Late Purser on Bourd Nolan County School In a called session Sat- afternooh, passed an or- , waiving administrative ju- jon of the Pyron school ct No. 36, of Spurry coun- board made this move following consolidation of Was- t#Ha, Nolan county, school dis- trict With the Scurry county dis- trict £. B. Statser of White Flat was appointed to fill the unexpired term of the late A. Hf. Purser as trustee of the WWte Flat school. j. T. Harmon, Blackwell bank- er, who is chairman, presided. Others present were T. N. Col- lins, trustee-at-large; A. H. Mc- Elmurray, G. B. Sliger and A. Hunter. Mrs. Virginia E. Stan- field, county superintendent, met with the board. 22 Lads Crippled During March Somewhere in Texas 22 lads are remembering the month of March with a deal of pain and mingled feelings. These 22 boys are limping, or wearing band- ages and a cast or walking on crutches as a result of their ex- periences in March. Last month these youths w...

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