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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

Emm ■ ' IS 9UW«Y, «[AY J«, SWEETWATEB REPGBTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS 1/ t | o Women** Interest Clubs ■ Churches lone D. Perrjr Society Editor Dial 2328 Beautiful Parties Honor 1938 Qraduates Of Newman Hi Dances, Luncheons And Banquets For Seniors By IONE 1). PERKY High school graduates have been in the spotlight last week, with parties, dances, luncheons and class banquets given for their pleasure and as a happy culmination of high school days. Admiring friends and relatives have showered them with gifts. Not only material presents, but gifts of kindness and of thoughtfulness of friends will be written in the new diary, with its tiny lock and key and con- ned in years to come. Climaxed by the commence- ment exercises Friday evening, when diplomas were received, the 108 graduates have now laid aside the more sober things and are ready for vacation-time. The lure of the out-of-doors is calling them to new scenes, new interests and "wanderlust" for a few months, while plans are being made...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

A Held Mrs. Harvey and Mrg. Tim Turner irreturned from Abilene and where they were at the ile of her mother. Mrs. Mar- Ula Harvey, 80. widow of i'iate James E. Harvey, death occurred Thursday WSUr funeral was held at 3:30 m Friday in Palava at the ■eh of Christ. .The Harveys are pioneer resi- snts of Fisher county, having S engaged in the stock raising business until 1918, when they ^no+ed to Abilene. Surviving Mrs. Harvey are -three sons, \V. T. Harvey, twater; Wiley J. and Otis P. Slarvey of Abilene; three daughters, Mrs. Turner and Mi&i Miltqh Harvey and Mrs. Euftice H. X,ee of Abilene. Sweetwater friends attending thrf rites were Mrs. George Spirks, R. S. Covey, Dr. A. A. ' Qiipman, J. H. Williams, Mr. ana Mrs. Alec Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coalson, Miss Sata Wheat, Miss Velma Sharp, Mra. E. S. Johnston, Mrs. Al- bert Brann, Mrs. Flesher, Mrs. Ben Roberts, Mrs. Delia Mont- gomery, Mrs. P. Paddock, Mrs. Clara Wetsel, Mr. and Mrs. Pajmer Hodges, Mr. and Mrs. John Aycock, Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

w % ?-r- i \ . ■ fi mm mm mm ms SUNDAY, MAY &9, 1998 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS / Opening Of Cities «2S« Among the newer business houses opening in Sweetwater • is the recently completed Cities Service station at Third and Elm streets, which inaugurates Its formal opening week Mon- day. f Roy Pittman, manager of the station, is Well-known to Sweet- water people, having lived here J • give the products a fair trial, promising in return pleasant and efficient service. Banquet— (Continued from page 3) ness as the members realized that this would probably be the last time the group as a whole would sit around a ban- quet board. John Palmer Leeper moved that an alumni banquet be held in 1942, that the group might meet again as a class to exchange ideas of college and business life. A telegram was read from Randolph Neblett, spring grad- uate of the Monroe, La., high school, who was a member of the class until two years ago. Sponsor (irt (ilfte As is customary with each cl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

SWBETWATEK, ,W CHURCH school, 9:45 a. m., E. gt, superintendent. " 11 a.' m., sermon by -a ___ r_ople's service, 6:30 |iP- « • Sennonu 8 p. m A ChriflHan welcome awaits you at these services. m —t ° IWHLANU HEIGHTS v MsmouiiT lb B. SnuUIwood, pastor Bible study, 9:45 a. m. 4 Worship, 11 a. m., sermon by the pastor. leagues, 7 p. m. Evening worship, 8 o'clock. We invite you to worship with us. CHURCH OF CHRIST J., P. Crenshaw, minister Bible study, 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m., with the minister in charge. Young people's meeting, 7 p. m., two classes taught by H. A. Tansil and Moye Smith. Sermon, 8 p. m., by the minis- ter. Bpecial song services, at 8 o'clock each Friday night. Come, let us learn together. CALVARY EVAN. LUTHERAN CHl'Rt'H F. W. Henkel, Pastor Through the nineteen cen- turies of the Christian era the Spirit of Christ so filled the souls of true believers with the water of life that from them in turn flowed rivers of living waters, making waste places of the earth fruitfu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

>0 ' Vi ' m mi wmday, Ma awr, rase •-.** ■ ■ •• ■" ; , ' •> - p. ■ •• ■ '■' " — * •' ■ SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, Angel Cream >') PACE BROS. WOMEN'S WEARi FOOD MKT. mVAVTEm You t« Call 2007 Free Delivery Ice Cream—Magazines Rental Library Books—3 Days 10c Sweetwater Newstand Open 7:30 a. m. to 11:00 p. m "You've Tried the Rest Now Try The Best For Better , Results" A (y T i Try Charley's I \ .1.00 to 4.95 79c to $1.65 Hats .. Hose . fittik m*. HUDSON-WINN Phone 2553 Registered Optometrists ^ Expert examl- nation and glasses correctly fitted. Re- pairing and broken lenses duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Only Neatly Repaired Shoes Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Roots BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP Want to buy cabin on Lake. Want to rent house. Want to sell hiway frontage ■Want to sell nice residence lots on paved street, north side, cheap. McCALL & LOW Phone 907 TAYLOR'S CAPE 'Biggest Little Place in Town' Beer, Steaks, Short Orders Cold Dr...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

fA&y*. &&Xmums* which he holds interest. They also visited the Paul Brown family. Mrs. H. 0. Dean and Mr. and Mrs. A. M. (Jack) Armstrong. ws Briefs Jim Cave and daughter. Will McKinney and nep- jt*r, Raymond Aiken of Rotan in town Friday after- * * * i W. M. Hodges of Clay- Mnville was a Friday afternoon visitor in town with relatives. I M>'. and Mrs. George Sheppard •nd daughter, Mrs. Gay Shep- Jmrd of Austin are spending several days here with Mr. ana Mr*. G. E. Ingram and daugh- ter, Lemoine, of Delano, Calif., are arriving here this weekend to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harris en route to Abilene to attend the graduation of Buck Ingram, her son, from McMurry college. The Harris and Breed- ing families are to be present for the commencement exercises June 2. Other family members expected here for the week are Mi. and Mrs. J. D. Bryant of Gladewater. * * * Dr. and Mrs. .). W. Barb of Roby were in town Friday on business interests. ♦ • * Mr. and Mm. Horat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

& mamr ■ GENERAL NEWS AND EDITORIALS SECTION II Sweetwater Reporter SECTION II IS 1 m-iSSSmmt" GENERAL AND EDITORIALS VOL. XXXX SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1938 NUMBER 350 It I. j • New Industry Developing Among Agriculturists Of State More Than 600 Farmers' Co-Ops Found in Texas Organization^ Designed To Add to Farm Income Through Sale of Products COLLEGE STATION — There are more than 600 farmers' co- operative organizations in Tex- as, according to C. E. Bowles, Texas A. and M. college exten- sion service specialist in co- operative marketing. The orga- nizations are designed to add to the farmers' income through the handling of his products. "The pattern of Texas farm- ers' cooperatives has changed from the spectacular interstate organizations which attempted to control farm commodities for price advantage to a steady growth of small cooperative as- sociations owned and controlled by local groups, which depend upon efficiency in their opera- tions f...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

Mo Specials /00 Pair Ladies Shoes 345 and 4,95 Values These are wonder- full values ~~ Both* SPftCIAIj ing wrong with them PRICE! —They must be sold. Our loss is your gain. No Approvals, exchanges or refunds! PER PAIR I MILLINERY Thoroly washed, dried and pressed to perfection at this low price. * No 1 Approvals ,, • No. n+t Exchanges UJI • No. Refunds LADIES' New Special Type Trowser Presses Sweetwater, Mr. C. C. Johnston The Dept. of Hundreds of Styles Heres An Hem You Need! 4 master 1000-Hour First Quality Light Bulbs. 40-50- 60-75 Watts. We Preserve the right to Limit Your Purchace. 10c Values Monday ca. Only ikmxr,' MAY , «M f i i ' ■ ' - Beautifully *rimmed Kitchen . ENAMELWARI- • Coffee Pots • Double Boillers • Pales • Covered Kettles • Saucepans (In Sets of 3) • Oval Dishpans In Ivory Enamel • Beautiful Black Contrasting Trim 79c Value Monday 48c Only • • c Greater Savings At Sears! Lii c :: SEARS, ROEBIJ( 206-8 Pecen Sweetwater, Miss Margie Edes Monday Special Loretta Young...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

r, may as, SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS '' ■ "' SECTION n—PAGE 18R&S A/e/i's Soft Cool Polo SHIRTS Nice and Cool for Summer. Sport wear. Made of fine Combed Yarn. Blue, Maize and White colors. Small, medium and large. A duel 50c Values Monday 26c Only Sweetwater, Mr. Floyd Reed BUCK AND CO • • t • Shear! Cool! Dress Length MATERIALS Beautiful Selection of Summer Sheer Materials 2'/4 to 4 yds. • Voils • Batist • Dotted Swiss • Lace Cloth • Lady Lovelace Check-o-Lawn Prints and Plain Colors Actual Values Up to 49c Monday I6cyd. Only Values Galore Every Day! Phone 611 Sweetwater, Texa9 —,-JKr • • 'In SWEETWATER • shoppers that seek out the treasure of bargainsoffered every Monday by Swetwater Id at the savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in West fe $3.00 IN CASH! esejtwo pages are a number of mispelledwords. You are to find these words, ntsContaining them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and i an led] by a sales slip...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

Bpr- •aid unto them*. Ye hmve kept all that mrvant of the Lord commanded you, obeyed my voice in all that I command- u—Jothua 22 ;2. race to truth known in the king's high- way to that which is still beyond us.—Aeschylus. county FACES PROBLEM in maintaining RELIEF SET-UP A crucial problem has developed in connection with providing facilities for Nolan county's participation in WPA work. Funds from which the county has been pay- ing for the services of those who man the relief office and for rentals are about exhausted. The money came from the old Trammell lands and not from the general fund of the county. As the limit for general fund pur- poses is a rate of 25 cents per $100 there is no means of increasing collections from this source. Raising val- uations for ad valorem purposes it has been pointed out would lead to an increase in the state ad valorem taxes automatically, in order to raise additional county funds. The state would get $2 for the county's $1 since the state rate is ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY, MAY 29, 1938 377-5-23-*js 1 m by Edgar Rice Burroughs UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE. Inc. CALL OF THE JUNGLE 0 AS TO WARRIOR'5 RIFLE JABBED TARZANi'J Rl&S, ONE of the pioneers^struck it down. to ape-man FO'jght on against the powerful ishtak and locked him at last in a steely GRIP. vVHEN THE INVADERS JAW THEIR chieftain VANQUISHED PANIC SEIZED THEM. AND LAUNCHED A SMASHING DRIVE. MANY OF THE FOE WERE JLAIM; SOME WERE CAPTURED; .J HE REST FLED NOW, AT TARIANS DIRECTION, THE DEFENDERS RACED TO THE .STOREHOUSE FOR FRESH MUNITIONS one of the captives snarled at the fallen ishtak, and to puiiled taftzan asked him why. *' wish peace'! he continued there is land enough for all." 50 a was chief," the man jaid; but evil ishtak overthrew ME AND FORCED US TO WAR WITH THE WHITE MEN." TREATY WAS JIGNED. • tvSwMD 'jjr 'v- ' . . . AND TO PIONEERS KNELT IN THANKSGIVING FORVICTO AND FOR PEACE TO CARVE A NEW DOMAIN FROfATHE ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

wmme • • G>,&yv o>, rrT^\ iA I \ V '•' : ! ■mmm liSBBKlBaiSs it*Mr :;A m* r 11 /<! M ME. WOULD PULL SOMETHING LIKE TMAT-- WERE, RED — FOR AND I M TIPPING YOU OFF BECAUSE TWE RAT DOUBLE- CROSSED ME AND STOLE MY PROFITS— LISTEN j WINS LOW, HE'S LAUNCHING A RACKET RIGHT NOW THAT WILL LEAVE AMERICA DEFENCELESS- VOUR WAR OIDNT PAY- YOU SOLD MUNITIONS—VOU PILED UP PROFITS, YES-- BUT YOU CANT USE THAT BLOOD MONEY IN PRISON YEAU ? VMAT IS IT ? THERES SOMEBODY m USE IT; WINSLOV- TNAT SLIMY AGENT OF MINE, DOCTOR next vcek. WATCH IT, DON j HE'S GOT A KNIPP U w YOU RS THROUGH, WAR -MAKER. THERE'LL BE NO MORE PIRATE RAIDS, ON PEACEFUL SHIPPING IN THE MEDITERRANEAN ■ RI6HT KNOW ALL &"Ms! rnmmBUBS A PICTURESQUE REMINDER OF OUR*OLD NAVY* ^■MMl111 ON TME YANGTZE PATROL REGULATIONS PERMIT AMERICAN NOT OFFICERS; TO GROW FULL BEARDS • /V££0£0 MS P£Kf£Cr SiV/M. ff£j9£>rS7Wir£6r,A/V0 //£Aimr/¥£W£Sr///S 7/M£.f "in spite op the downpour,johnny took. the \ thirteenth and i managed a bir0...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

ffSMWjHb ■ ""C ' 'wf?%v '";«S '; . \ : ? ^ ;!i^ wj'v't j v < t -«r . EPPHHBSSBswP ...... MV. My.' VOU TWO LOOK CHIPPER THIS MORNING.' WHAT'S HAPPENED? HAVE OUR BOVS WON A VICTORY? NOT VET. UMPA, BUT VOU CAN BET IT WON'T BE LONG NOW/ VEf? MAN POWER ALONE AIN'T ENUFF IN THIS MACHINE AGE, 50 WE'VE JUS' MODERNIZED UR DEFENSE- BOVOBOY// I -* V \ Jty* ... * 'Jw': jS% SU 'V: W 0 V. V 'l &ftt ffl FABLE OR FACT? with vou an' dinny i now am through - so back. to th' shop with both of you.' i'll stay here an' instruct th'crew _ as to operation an' ' Vv what they do.' veh/ with it, we \ rBOy,this\can throw is_sure ) mess of wotta SOMB {STORES /HEADACHETHIst WEAPON/J ALL OVER ( 15c30kJMA be th place i tq /j . LEMIANS// 1 u^tSay' jTjfrfa-r. 1411 T ■ tpOR several weeks this panel has been devoted to a discussion of the r "Lost Atlantis/' a tontinent which many think once existed m the Atlantic Ocean and which, with its highly civilized inhabitants, was de- stroyed in a single day. , , . . ....

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

COMIC SECTION v: ' . ■ The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION i'm so sure this will stop that puddle-pogo pumk that i'll take bets at ioo-to-1 ovosf i'll take your ber ^ that is, ip vou'll lend me s bucks' yy THIS IS A TRANSMITTER TH' WAVES IT SENDS OUT INTERFERE WITH TH' ELECTRICAL HOOK-UP IK) AMY MOTOR AW' STALL IT/ WHAT there, it work ec me's slowing powkj / when he stops, WE'll wrinkle mis collar 1 thanks _ite this WELL HAlK "°::p ?h~ I I t' lull i!l" <! I fl j OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE T. M REG. U. S. PAT OFF i egad i'll pon my medals and military regalia and c30inj in tribute to the hero dead t um-mv- every inch a soldier/ haw, the love of combat ever courses through the hoople blood/ /> $ m The tramp of mapchinjg feet is music TO the eafis of old' campaldwers ah-tekj-shum forward men [ imm I i hev/ lookit flavin' TH' TRICK UMIFORM . a lookit aedal must i ■ — ■ — ■■■■ - . V C 6-v*-" I 1 SL„ <$x> A £— hen oh, ethel/ take a peek at hoople com i...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

:;v 'I ■ ■}.. • ^ ''' ' WW-1BPEIWWSI® * %-Ejw;, i. , ipllp ppjEgsMj «i S VvfcjSVJ * ' 15 C Ca-", Xy.JW > ?•$ ■ .'•'v MC B? 3w « ' -*! SMI ill Si iE4 «w JOE PALOOKA 6 KM. MeNiutht Syndicate. In*. By HAM FISHER r KNOW HIS LIKKER.STRAIGHT STRAWBERRY ICE-CREAM SODA. WlSsi WHAT KIND WOULD YOUSE LIKE 2 I KNOW FROM EXPERIENCE. HOW TOUGH IT IS WHEN A FELLA AINT GOT THE PRICE. I BET YOUSE WOULD LOVE A SODA. *■1 • VII WHY WHAT'S A )> HE'S POINTING TO MATTER?CAN'T \ A CONTAINER. X YOUSE DRINK J THINK HE WANTS TO € AINT THAT CUTE HALF. HOME WITH TAKE V HP \ A E OH HELLO MAX. JUST A MINUTE AND I'LL CALL ALICE. ' ( OH MAX DU'RE S THOT'FILL YOU'LL CALL ME AGAIN p-C~> _Ll_ - WM5#~ ' i~i T IF YOUSE BOUGHT HER ^ /4 SODA EVERY WEEK SO f THAT'S WHERE IT HE BROUGHT ME PART OF A CRULLER LAS' WENT,: r it III AN' EVERY TIME YOUSE \ NOT EVERY7 SEE W/M S7^NP//V' OUT f TIME JVE. \ FRONT BRING HIM _A HC'P BE /VE«E /N /W <5/VE H/M _rrJ X EVERV HOL/fc, /4 SODA IN A CONTAINER AN' PL/r /r CW BILL. • a ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

■:fl • I • • I • • I • • I • • • • I • POUT COME STOMPING IKJTO THE KITCHEN... 1 JUST PUT A CAKE IN THE CVENJ.' SHE'S GOME THE STORE §nljijijii mm mmwmmmm •■is u. s. p*t. ofp, f WILLIAM^ ^TTT, , ■ WmBm HAH.' YOU PUT A CAKE IN) W MO SMART > THE OVEW? WHO EVER. TOLD 1 CEACKs/ 1 VOU VOU COULDJ NOTICE YOU'RE BAKE A tf>f\ ALWAYS GLAD CAKE? TO EAT THEM WHEW I BAKE THEM.' OH, I'LL EAT ANYBODY'S ^ (^YOU'LL HAVE A LONG WAIT, CAKE...GUESS I'LL STICK I YOUNG MAW-YOU d\ j WON'T GET A '■ Ji V CRUMB TILL V SUPPER mipia M'liwiimiiiiiiiiiiiii ^ TIME/ mm FEOSTIKJG ALL MADE, HUH ? BOY, IT LOOK5 PRETTY GOOD.' CHOCLIT'S MY FAVORITE/ % LET THAT BOWL ALONE/ DON'T YOU DARE YOUR I WTO AROUKJD AMD SEE HOW THIS COMES OUT RIGHT ^ jmmmmwm *v. .v*r.v. .,. ,,, AMMwttn w S&W ■ rrc-"? "HP5 <£§=&£ fin |pa "#>3 m tef • > <§lllr ilk i WHAT'S GOING OK) HERE? HE SWIPED MY &OWL OF AMD YOU COME BACK HERE/ I'LL CHASE YOU TILL YOU DROP... AMD WHEM 1 GET SOU ... !! BETTER START RUNNING/ rc -i A...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 29 May 1938

Y --.7V . " i-'.J.. • ••■ * - ■ . «' 1 ",,V: ' t •" ; V ■ • ■ B&jE fty,m' 8 wjtr". THE CAPTAIN a 0. i\ • .ty *vi By R. Dirks: f ■■[ ■vrtM.'W •> i-j i i • r V I / / \ A /L / &' V i DOTOVOT COMES FUM RLNIG6LING ^ DER LESSONS! J/BRAINS StFF A 6000 ^kP°T* *&? LOOK, DUM- •* SKULL? I \ Ml'/ ipssp; tJf n § % I BACK TO DER flSH POND.' DER LESbON AINT YET OVER.' WHO DONE VOT? -OUDT M)T IT/ SO IL A . "yJ: "" t)/KK S f-21 HAWKS HAW the DETECTIVE HEy, MUC?! LOOK u^HtRE^/B<aASEME7Bu^y^ youj feE <3piN' ? jMyCLUMSy FRIEND, MgSSPT u*.i D U A P Ri A R HERE/ BUMPED ME . PAr lodgin&S ,vt£< OH PARDON, CUATSO- I'M / Soeey?j (Can u;e have a /room for. the .NI6HF0S THE (SECOND , •sroeEy if « PSOTflUlfB t>C pr. 1931 by Vnitfd Feature Syndicate. Inc. . iTm. Beff. I. 8. Pal. Off.—All rlfhtt re*enre3" (WHY HAWKSHAU/S >(SOT A 6!MLtT? •IHEIS BORING CUHAT5 THE IDEA OF LODGING IN THIS (CHEAP SAILORDUMP.'fR^AUSE 7 IF X9U'Rt UCRK1N6 0N\, , ^ A caSt COuJN HERE IN JJ THE HAeeoR WHY #...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 May 1938

■ ■■ ; ■ ■ WMmm IW Wm T*>q Ri; • 'Big Shot Fixer* The most legendary and pow- erful political figure in New York, James J. Hines, virtual j. "boss maker" of Tammany, faces charges as the alleged head of a $100,000,000 policy acket. Japanese Air Raid On Canton -<$> M K M M M X w w M w w •X e. Kai-Shek Takes Over Campaign In Lunghai Area Crack German-Trained Troops Hurled at Gen. Doihara's Trapped Men SHANGHAI — (UP) —Crack German-trained divisions of Gen- eralissimo Chiang Kai-Shek's Chinese army were hurled into the Lunghai battle area today as a rejuvenated Chinese attack, converging from three sides, sought to annihilate the army of Gen. Kenji Doihara, trapped northwest of Lanfeng. The generalissimo arrived at Chengchow, 100 miles west of the present battle front, early today and assumed personal command of the operations, in which the jubilant Chinese pre- dicted they would deal a smash- ing blow to the Japanese drive on Hankow. Within the walled city of Lan- feng, which...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 30 May 1938

BlbNDAY, MAf i , 1$3§ Cosden Oilers To Win 17 To 4 Sunday (an Grid Coaching School Is Announced NTSTC Coach Jack Cisco < I To Have Week's Course At Denton July 9-16 DENTON — The first in- struction in coaching of six-man football to be offered in Texas will be given during the last week of a course in the coaching of football to be taught this summer at the North Texas State Teachers college by Jack Sisco, Eagle grid mentor. The grid coaching course will be given during the first summer term, June . .-July 16, at the col- lege. One or more outstanding ex- perts in the six-man game will lecture during the week devoted to stream-lined grid warfare. Sisco hopes to have both Joe Ailett of Louisiana Normal, Natchitoches, and R .E. Albright of Lowe and Campbell, Dallas, as speakers. Ailett was largely instrumen- tal in introducing the isx-man game in Louisiana, and Albright has been active in league orga- nization work the last two years in that state. The coaching course at North Texa...

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