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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

,, mm mm wMm m FRIDAY, JULY IS, 1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE IS le I V • la Id lr I V t I • Id If be le t b- 11 1° p * 1° In Id BL- a Ito er |ty Rectification of Rio Grande River Nearly Completed 155 Miles of Meander- ings by Stream Elimi- nated by Project EL PASO — (UP) — The $6,- 000,000 Rio Grande rectification project started in 1934 has been practically completed and the river is flowing once again ih the San Elizario channel which it abandoned in 1858. The earth work is finished. There remains some floodway leveling and, possibly, additional structures. Even exchange of lands between the United States and Mexico, which were involv- ed in the project, has been ac- complished, with the exception of two small tracts in Hudspeth country, Texas, which will go to Mexico. The channel which the river left 80 years ago for a new one six miles away is today an entire- ly different affair. In former years the channel was 24 miles long. Now, it is 12 miles, in prac- ti...

Publication Title: Sweetwater Reporter
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

•' ' ' - .1.1 I I ■ II II II II ■- .. J. If [ pie Industry Stressed By Speakers At Short Course Markets, New of Cotton of Farmers Cheap Labor and Poor Quality Blamed for Loss of Markets COLLEGE STATION — (UP) —P. K. Norris, senior marketing specialist for the United States (Apartment of agriculture at Washington, told 2,000 Texas farmers attending the a. and M. short course that cheap for- eign labor and the lack of pro- gress on the part of American 666 Liquid, Tablets Salve, Nose Drops Try cures MALARIA 7 days and COLDS first day Headache 30 Minutes Bub-My-Tism"—World's Best Liniment planters both were responsible for the loss of the foreign cot- ton market. "The blame falls half on the foreign nations now producing cotton in competition with the United States and half on the American farmer," Norris said. "The foreign nations produce cotton more cheaply because of lower paid labor and primitive methods of cultivation. Responsible for Quality "American farmers on the other hand ar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

m ■■■ :-v. FlODAif, JUttf 18, 19S8 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATElt, TEXA'Sf r mge 1 i i • LEGAL DIRECTORY BEALL, BEALL. YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneys-at-Law Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texaa MAYS & PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Texaa • Professional Directory Protection and Preservation of Precious Vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Quast, Optometry LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures \To Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woolworth's 5 and 10 Guaranteed Priced ' GOOD ranged Dial 2872 "POPS IS TOPS" BROUGHTON MOTOR COMPANY 1 Door N. Blue Bonnet Wiring Electrical Contracting VAN ELECTRIC SERVICE Night and Day Scrvlee 110 W. La. Ph. 3212 -LOANS- • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terms • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED"...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 15 July 1938

■£■? V. > vv Wm^- M ;. >% :, . ; ... "V? ' | * a !W3MIWr?>- ; fMi Jl ■ " ,r« • '• O SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER. TEXAS . .'/ifv' ' ;';£:VX's£- FRIDAY, JULT15,M* Wheat Set at to'77 Cents Ralw at Rural Points To Consider Freight, Plus 4 Cents Deductible COLLEGE STATION — (UP) -^George E. Slaughter, State Agriculture Conservation Com tnittee chairman, announced to- day that federal loans on Texas Wheat would range from 71 to 77 cents a bushel. The wheat loan rates, as ap- proved by the Department of Ag- riculture, were received by tele- graph: The rates were: •No. 2 hard winter wheat, Kan- Busink/s GifcL jtsy&yd* AmA* u/o/ikj TImmm* ei mo4*m on« km *. Iihv Ml J CARDUL A. • taafc, ft U* to itrMftkM *•«&• ««••• If U «* * ** *• m II lf l Codui nCm th« (u«ck- lwl*ce-««tef meMMypwie*. Mwlid I - -• du B l«<g« «TM« >l el Ik> «h«l wlmcli MmM h C«M for Dim Al «M dnif i*«* CAfcDUl m for u/oman |H§ Katharine Hepburn Hides From Reporters, And Maybe Hughes NEW YORK — (...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

••-la,; &-;a 4: ® 'i%$ Kli 4 « ) , « Q FINALS IN GULF A.A.U. MEET TODAY One New State Record Set in Junior Events Giis Clemens, San Antonio, Slices 8-10 Second Off 100-Yard Free Style Gus Clemens, San Antonio swimmer, set a new record time of 56.4 seconds last night in the junior 100-yard free style event of the Gulf AAU swimming and diving competition staged liefore a crowd of 1500 people at the Sweetwater municipal pool. All junior division events were run-off yesterday afternoon and evening and senior competition is scheduled to start this after- noon at 2 o'clock. On the card this afternoon in addition to the senior class aquatic events, are several exhibitions of swim- ming and diving skill. Included in these special attractions is an exhibition meet between picked teams of girls from Sweetwater and Abilene. Clements Hots Record Clemens bettered the old time for the 100-yard free style event by .8 seconds. Gordon Catts, also of San Antonio, had estab- lished the mark of 57....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

■ "I Wr: mm' i' ' km*' ;:#$# i £?JHH ■* •mm •Iv I "-'.!> In San PW " ^ ■ 'JiflPWB ' ""WF ■ ■ , 111. 11H.I UJ.4J! ML .■# . ■ W ' lo Meet Roque Club Invitation Bncktt Winners to Meet for Pint T«un lienors, Play on Fiv# City Courts Play is scheduled to start at 9 o'clock this morning in the invitation roque tournament be- ing staged today by the Sweet- water roque club. At least twenty-five teams are expected to compete in the tour- nament to be played on the four courts at the city park and at the ground just behind the cen- tral fire station. Invitations were sent to more than thirty-five dubs inviting participation in the meet, according to E. B. Hull, secretary of the local group. The elimination roque, a sys- tem new to Sweetwater, is to be used in the contest. Players are to be divided into two brac- kets for the primary playoff. Losers of the first bracket go into the second bracket competi- tion, and winners of the two brackets compete for first prize. Jtunners up in each un...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

3.) I r IF- Jib ■ I- V'tlT ATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PACE M Women*! Interest dubs - Churches lone D. Perry Society Editor Dial Annual Beauty Revue Accelerated Tempo Of City's Society •Tea And 'Goddess' Ball Top Events ly lone D. Perry Social events moved rapidly last week as "in honor" parties or attractive visitors vied with the festivities of the annual beau- y revue to accelerate the social tempo from the adagio of mid- ummer lethargy to an allegro rhythm. What, with a popular movie actor in town—the genial and andsome George O'Brien who ndeared himself to everyone he > I V) let by his unaffected and cor- ial manner as he conversed <4 nd visited informally with va- ious groups, answering ques- lons and complying with re- uests for autographs; the rowning of "Miss Sweetwater" ^ -the Junoesque Miss Joyce Vhaley, glamorous in a royal lue satin suit which accentuat- d the beauty of her titian hair nd brown eyes; and then the limax of the beauty feto when ^ Ir. O'Brien pl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

Kli — ISf Beaaitt Rogers, manager of R & R theatres, kept O'Brien, famous ig RKO star, some- busy yesterday show- ___ him the various points of interest. Accompanied by Perry "jyeber, O'Brien's personal representative, they paid a short visit to the Sweet- water Reporter office where the star promptly took off his coat and went to work. • He immediately proceeded to the composing room and made himself at home. U. H. Morgan, foreman, sat him down before a Linotype machine operated by Ran- dall Kirgan, long enough to pose for a picture. Working his way to the front office, he occupied Editor Bob Cooke's chair long enough to check over some photographs and read copy on a story about him- self. It was suggested that he write an eight column "head" on the story and he quickly replied that his head never got that big. He left the feminine mem- bers of the staff in some- what of a daze as he shook their hands on leaving and many deep sighs were heard as he stepped out the door. The Swe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

> V :j * ; rc ir- ne ] DIRECTORY BEALL. BEALL, YONGE & NEBLETT Attorneyi-at-Lmr Doscher Bldg. Sweetwater, Texas. MAYS St PERKINS Attorneys-at-Law 322-25 Levy Bldg. Sweetwater, Tezaa • Reasonable Rates • Easy Terras • Signature Only Investigate our new plan for paying for a new or used car or making neces- sary repairs. PAY AS YOU EARN SEE OUR GOOD USED CARS Lot Located Just Behind Post Office MURCHISON-CRAMER MOTOR CO. • Professional Directory Protection and Preservation of Precious Vision "Glasses Fitted ONLY When Necessary Dr. P. T. Qaast, OptometriM LOANS $5.00 TO $50.00 TO EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN On Plain Signatures N'o Mortgages, No Endorsers No Security Required QUICK — CONFIDENTIAL PERSONAL FINANCE COMPANY Room No. 1, Aycock Bldg. Phone 431 Over Woohvorth's 5 and 10 FREE Wed., Xhurti., Fii., Sat. Of This Week Only 1 40c PINT CAN CITIES SERVICE INSECTICIDE With Combination Car Wash and Lubrication Reg. Price f £A Both Jobs Kill Those Flics ROY lMTTMAN'S CITIES SERVICE ST...

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

.mmm '£. ■ -.- ■ ■' ■•■■■■' B$>1 -,-. V?*' '• H&S& . ?i FpS ta I , of Gaorga attendance at the „j tor the "Goddees ; Texas" entrants Fri- moon, was an lm- _j interview in which Sweetwater" turned ®^PWhat was your first Ion of Sweetwater, O'Brien, favorable or unfavorable," interrogated "Miss Sweetwater." "It couldn't have been anything but favorable, for you, "Miss Sweetwater", were the first person whom I met," replied the gallant O'Brien. "Do you enjoy making trips of this kind, or do you Just consider it your duty." "I really enjoy these trips. This one particularly because last year I had plan- ned to be in Sweetwater with the RKO convention party when they were here but I had to work on a picture and couldn't come. They pro- mised me the very next opportunity that was avail- able, I would get to make the trip to Sweetwater. And here I am." "Do you like the type of farts you now play in pic- tures?" "I Rurely do. I much pre- fer the parts I am now play- ing instead of...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1938 NUMBER 86 < > * Senate Campaign Committee to Probe Kentucky Senate Race Sen. Sheppard of Texas to Head Investigation Report Is That Federal Funds Ustfd in Barkley- Gov. Chandler Battle WASHINGTON — (UP) — The senate campaign expendi- tures committee has decided to send one of its own agents into Kentucky to make an indepen- dent inquiry into charges that federal and state funds are be- ing used freely in the primary battle between Senate Majority Leader Alben W. Barkley and Gov. A. B. (Happy) Chandler. Chairman Morris D. Shep- pard, D., Tex., said the decision grew out of disclosures in a ser- ies of newspaper dispatches written by Thomas L. Stokes, Washington correspondent for the Scripps-Howard newspap- ers. Stokes cited 21 instances of alleged coercion of workers on Works Progress Administra- tion projects in behalf of Bark- ley. WPA Administrator Harry L. Hopkins issued a blanket de- nial of the charges, declaring that onl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

' 1-tf ' Shkk lajactan 11MB SKlS! ■" IMVR 8 Blade in AutOMctic INSERT KEY 1 Large Tube T 1WRTTAV i CO n juir coUvi All for 59c $1.50 Value USTERINE TOOTH 2 OCr PASTE for Sweetwater, ftfrs. Sam 6lay ALARME CLOCKS 98c 102 AlexanHe!^™ Joe Bo wens KRSE DRUG STORE bi 156I i OH. MOHEYl You Can Pay Our Loans Back In Small Monthly Installments • Reasonable Rates • Refinance • Signature Only Automobile repair charges may be paid back in small monthly payments. Let us repair your car today. Bring your financial wor- ries to Murchison-Cramer and let us help you figure them out. Our loans are sasy to make and easy to pay. Simply make applica- tion on your own signa- ture. Our plan makes it possible to reduce car pay- ments by refinancing. Sweetwater, Miss Doris Daniel, 503 Elm St. MURCHISON CRAMER MOTOR CO. 314 E. Broadway Ph. 3114 All Service Work at Hartgraves Firestone Station atwres is done under close supervision by factory trained men. Finest equipment and first grade materials in expert ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

shopers that seek out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Sweetwater :dkt the savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in [West ii&! $3.00 IN CASH! ^ • th^se two pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or containing them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who d V a sales slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 if da first price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled ulapions pertaning to the first prize winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note 6 oclock Monday. Prize winners will be annouced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst of contest judges is final. MISPELLED WORD CONTEST NOW! Theatre Tickets Each Week « i • i <jf the management of the R and R Theatrs ten more free tickets will be given )n attached to this offer. If your name appear in one of the Monday Specials ads just at theiTexas or Rtz theatres a...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

f*6$ mmEfM PA6E FCHJ* SWEETWATER TVLAB . KRpn I 1/vSf,- • ••• • " "•V4i.lt4?'*- " I SUNDAY, JULY 17, 1988 Bwuitt and Bennltt, Pubc rn« M, tmdymKtUfe it hid with Christ - Sf3t mm t argiei not displeasure, because he whom I loved beat diet first, and the murderer ia pun- with living.—Hall. NOLAN COUNTY CITIZENS WISH DAVISON WELL While Howard Davison, who served Nolan county for two terms as representative from the 117th district la not a candidate for re-election this year, the people of Sweetwater are interested in his campaign for the office of district attorney for the 104th Judi- cial district, composed of Taylor, Fisher and Jones counties. Nolan county people feel that Howard Davi- son truly represented all of his district. The fact that his residence was in Fisher county never occurred to Mm in his two terms of office. He studied the problems of the district as a whole and while in Austin worked ar- duously for the good of this entire area. Nolan county has the highest regard fo...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

e P COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY, JULY 17. 193ft s •i * , iiu' > i • • I • I Ifi- if' in je- >, |as • ' * Irn lilt to • lis, r" i ire Je- f "m • ,3 • IS bol Ins- pad Irs. pm Ind ® its li; 130+-7-17-3d ' by Edgar Rice Burroughs Cap* tttt B4g t *'<« Inr -Tm «U« U ► Off r>o<i<irnl t Fi««u> and «ajr PutttWM kl * UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE, lne - —- • - —J THE HORSEMEN OP DOOM THE GLAMOUROUS PRINCESSJMILED.HER PI© HAOiAVED THE fASONKTINQ .STRANGER—FDR ATIME, AT LEAST & V IN THE DM5 THAT FOLLOWED, THE FRIENDLY SOVEREIGN TOOK EAGER INTEREST IN THE'BARBARIAN/ 'THE PRISONER IS REPRIEVED THE EMFEROfVDECREEDj 'UNTIL HE CAN LEARN OUR LANGUAGE AND DEFEND HIMSELF. ( y. i HE INSTRUCTED TARZAN IN HIS LANGUAGE iO THAT HE MIGHT LBRN CF THE VJORLD BEYONP HIS FORBIDDEN EMPIRE iOON THE JUNGLE LORD TIRED OF THIS LIFE OF IDYLLIC EASE HIS ADVENTUROUS JPlRlT HUNGERED FOR ACTION. LULING BECAME A TEACHER,TO; BUT HER INTEREST CENTERED IN TH...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

>4) • i <1 w t <\ 9 4 ij o # j • .*i * i • • • • • • • • V • • • • • • o r- • • • ® • • * #> • * > • >1 CDjOyv- th£ mast/ why didn't we think of it before ? look f it's plain as day/ a section was been cut out and then replaced/ wouldnt vou , know it? tm6ri something mipqg ■■ i pea,! * .*s5f5 5pv - ^ : a.- 11 w i pi**i moly cow / take a squint don train on that snip passing out there WHEW: MOST POWERFUL GLASSES l\/E EVER SEEN/ yeah-lets put 'em together and mow f mm. '■ Jr V 17 f \ 1 , | ^ * ■ i " , i ► ^ ' v J I iN Af / 1 well, this puts us wise to fuzzy wuzzys" little game--while pretending to be fishing out at sea me was really picking up morse code from somebodv with these " —~—*! i .. i" i'l ■ ■ i ■ ■ V 11 Syndicate, Inc.) Fat. Office) mmm but the e^, trent, will you take question is--t us to the exact spot frqm whom?j off the coast where you caught that fellow? THE ANSWER'S WATTING OUT THERE r-t \!7D[^QS03[SZ^ NO. 126 don wins low's "rules of .conduct * 1." a...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

■ " . ■ 4- &■>« - TSf B&lfl 6RAKJD WIZER,WEVEj GOT A PROBLEKA Xhmm-ASSAULT OK) OUR HANJDS- XBATTeS^- LOOKIT "THIS ( DISORDERLY COM DOCKET - IT'S V DUCT - DISTURBING DISGRACEFUL/ 1 TH' PEACE — all right, them, git up om your himd legs amd be sworm/ go git your equipmemt aw start pouwdikp a1 beat/ T. M. REG. 0. S. PAT. OFF. ME A COP? SURE - I'LL TAKE TH1 JOB YEZ2.IR, Y'BETCHA/ we've gotta have a peace officer" well, oop's th' omlv ome1 kkjow that'll fill th' bill-c'mom, let's go git 'im - ome that's plekjtv big am' tough/ GOOD NEWS PIPE DOWM, BIRD SEED-AH, HERE'S TH' STUFF I TOOK OFF'M THAT LEMIAM SHERIFF/ V'MEAM T'SAY THAT VOU'RETH' LAW ? A COP? WELL, OF ALL TH7 HAW, HAW, HAW/ MOW, By JIMIKJV, TO FIKJD SOMEBODY THAT WEEDS PIMCHIW'/ I NVARIABLY, during any discussion of man's history, his works and subsequent rise to his present exalted estate, there arises the ques- tion of his future. Forecasting all too often is an unscientific proposition. Neverthe- less, there are anth...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

i * # t • • • • * • «* • • • • • * i ** • • < COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION haro/ (so wav/ oaw't vol) see x'm busy testing the la suspewsio homo theory^ after 49 iwn/nos "the featherwhiskers dusted off our home team,owe to nothiwg i was 3ust going to prove to you that baseball is like cooking 4? c£ 'w n •' -h'"' T.M.#taU.8.MT.0n heh-heh/those rum pummi would use a palm leaf if told to fan th' batter / amd i hope vou won't bawl ip i bat you aroumd.' ' •V "£r but if vou made aw error, burwiw6 ome over th( plate « ^~would vou throw out th' batter awp serve a foul instead 2 awp x suppose th' pitcher's full- of well amd ovej right*? scum svrup' /-« C pemcils sharpened BV THE MOUC PAY COW*. 1938 BY MEA SERVICE. INC. % OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE egad/ by scientifically applying that principle, ^ there woulp be wo need ^ o T. M. REG. U. S. PAT. OFF ship wurus at sffia mawv prowm" wm-m watch me blow up thi balloow, jwcle oh, look LOOK/ it holds...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 17 July 1938

m IF YOU SWIPE ANOTHER CAN OF PEACHES, MOM'LL SLAY VOU/ WHO'S SWlPlW'AkiyTHIWG? I'M GETTIKJ' POP'S FJSHIN' TACKLE. WE'RE GOIKJ'.... WELL, ANYWAY, I AIN'T ^ TOUCMIK1' ANY PEACHES GOING FISHING,HUH? )'/ MAW/ OH, MAW/ m WITH n WHAT'S THE BIG RUSH? GET A COUPLE MORE FISH POLES, WILLIS - WE'RE GOING ALOKJG VOU FOLIOS GO AHEAD/ I WANNA STOP AM' SEE OWE OF THE FELLAS. I'LL WALK THE REST OF THE / HURRY UP AMD LET'S GET OUT OF HERE/ > WKff t pttwbj . iiiiiif' kWvvil ■M • OH/ BEES/ A WHOLE SWARM OF THEM/ THE FISH HAVE TAKEN MV BAIT AGAIN. PUT ANOTHER WORM ON THE HOOK, DAD i will NOT put a worm on mv hook/ i can't stand the 5limv, wigglv thikjgs/ wonder willis aw.thev won't hurtcha if ya "don't bother them. dnoaooo00 r , M/ ,'///' \\yw- 71 ■' ■■■ ■ ■■ well, i finally got here/ whv aintcha fish in'-? you AW' FDP CAW FISH IF vou WANT TO. WE'RE STAYING RIGHT HERE IN THE CAR/ okay, pop - hand over fiftv cents.' WHAT fer th' jar of bees 1 bought from okie of the kids VICE. INC * • • * • a • « • ...

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