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

' % ' 'W! I: will m 'FRIDAY, JULY 29, -1938 SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS PAGE SEVEN I The Galapagos Islands get their name from the plural of the Spanish word "gala,pago"( meaning tortoise. Huge turtles, or tortoises, are found on these islands. Itajy regulates hotel rates by law and prohibits tipping. A 10 per cent increase in rates for the benefit of employes at the expense of all customers alike was made to eliminate tipping. You're Money Ahead With A MAYTAG "Use Maytag Water Softncr" SAIiES & SERVICE G. D. RRASHEAR Authorized Dealer 417 Oak St. Ph. 2381 • I] * I n Wiring Electrical Contracting VAN ELECTRIC SERVICE Night and Day Service 110 W. La. I'll. 3212 BOWLING For What Ails You Sweetwater Bowling Alley D & D TJkyi CITY 2067 IHAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service SHIRTS REDUCED ^ Cool Summer Shirts Reg. $2 to $2.50, now $1.50 VAUGHN MEN'S STORE 125 Oak St. Dill you know—Elrod's is showing (lie new Beach Tone bedroom furniture. New in color auri design. The ...

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

-5 * • •' ■ if>\ * mm • JULY 29. 1988 mum t wmm+mmimmm Sf4**' tr*e /OOfi <i PIGGLY WIGGLY I YOU CAN'T BEAT OUR PRICES! Largfe Fancy Heads LETTUCE New Red POTATOES Ea. 5« No. 2''a canl GOLD BAH IPEACHESI Pound Large Size BANANAS APRICOTS PLUMS Lg. Size Doz. 10c In Our Market Better Meats—Tender Meats at all times, not lower our quality for Week End Specials We do GRAIN FED STEAKS TENDERLOIN pound SEVEN STEAK VEAL CHOPS pound T-BONE ROUND PORK SAUSAGE 2,,., Choice Fancy Meat ROAST Fancy Meat lb. 2fi£ 35s Fully Dressed Tender juicy ID. Sliced it Swift's Premium Cured Gold Bar Crushed Pineapple 2 Flat Cans Pure Cane ICS to- Cloth Bag Bird Brand Shortening 4M'u- Gold Bar—15c size Orange JmesXfcr 6 Box Carton Matclsas mteed 39c 69c fi9c I'kg. Cook Bonk Free With Oxydol | e| 59c II 2 Fresh Cream Meal Relative's Rites In San Angelo Mr. and Mm. O. B. Eidson Entertain Relatives and Friends; Childers are Hosts BY MRS. BILL BOYD BITTERCREEK — Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Stroman have return- ed fro...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

c fl 0 7W W. M # |g at she her u. Dal- tinpe, J held jllnw |, the oft the Jlohn- le |f hiver w <P Made For Salesmen's Crusade I : t V'j™ ★ ★★★★★★★★★★★★ ********** HOPE DIMS FOR SAFETY OF 15 ABOARD CLIPPER Circle of Oil Indicates Ship Crashed in Sea Airline Officials Believe Plane May Still Be Afloat And All Passengers Alive MANILA — (UP) — A circle of oil and gasoline on the sea near the position where Pan American Airways' Hawaii clipper last reported dimmed hopes that the big plane and its 15 occupants would be found safe. U. S. army transport, Meigs, radioed that samples of water from the oil spot contained both gasoline and lubricating oil. The message added to the grave fear that the "oil slick" was left by the clipper in a crash into the ocean. Discredit Evidence Pan American officials, reluct- ant to give up hope, pointed out that even if the oil spot was left by the clipper it did not prove tha plane had crashed. They said the "slick" could have been caused by the clipper...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

JOLT 91,191# Belt City Recreation Department's Checker Champ rtsLBJun FmalMter Both Pearl of Jofca H. Reagan Playground Takes Girls' Title i h.-.i Shirley Belt, small boy frorr) J. P. Cowen playground, moved a dozen checkers through a se- ries of plain and fancy moves Saturday morning, lost one game out of five, and emerged the champion playground check- er, player in a field of ninety players entered in the recrea- tion department's tournament. Young Shirley, who at his ten- der age has developed a "sys- tem," defeated L. D. Dunn of JTohtp H.- Reagan play area in the finals and white-washed £arl Vandervoort of Philip No- lan in the first round of the match play, after qualifying for the Championship round , by wading through eighteen con- testants at J. P. Cowen. r. Ruth Pearl of John H. Rea- gjTn won the first place ribbon ;for girls' play by defeating Myrtle Lewallen of Highland iPark three straight games in the finals. • In the championship bracket played at John H. Reagan yes- ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

♦ • 1 p .% • * ' • I • • I > ♦ 1/ 9 n v t SUNDAY, JUL* 31, 1938? SWEETWATER ■SBsUSteiv wtU&i i ■-• • ■ ■ am.!. SWEETWATER, TCXAS Women's Interest Clubs - Churches IdieD.^r Hodetjr Bdttor Dial Miss Nell Baugh Becomes Bride Of Alvin Kendrick In a quiet ceremony at 7 o'clock, Friday, evening, Miss Nell Baugh, daughter of Mrs. Lucy Baugh, became the bride of Alvin Kendrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Kendrick. The nuptial rites and ring ceremony were read by Dr. Gary L. Smith, pastor of the Presbyterian church, at the Presbyterian manse, G01 Josephine. The bride chose for her wed- ding ensemble a modish frock of black corded crepe with a touch of white at the neckline, and long-sleeved bolero with black velvet lapels. To complete the black and white combination she wore a small black felt hat, a shoulder corsage of white gar- denias, and carried white gloves and a black bag. Mrs. Kendrick is a popular member of the Young Women's League and the younger society set. She has made her...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

>lia Medico Hurler Records iplete Shutout In Gulf Conflict Double M. Captures Win . From Oiler Delegation Despite Loafing Session Pitcher Mabry of the Magno- lia-Medico softball team tossed a no-hit, no-run game against tjie Good Gulf Oilers Friday night in the city men's soft- ball league race. This is the first time in the history of the softball league in Sweetwater that a hit and run shutout has been recorded. In spite of a seven inning 1 if- ing session on the part of the major portion of both teams, MM won the tilt by a 12 to 0 deci- sion. They scored 13 hits in the game, with one error. Buddy Lee started on the mound for Gulf and gave 2 Walks, 8 hits, and 7 runs in 3 1-3 ihnings. Belton Lee took over in the fourth to finish the game with a total of 9 walks, no strike outs, 13 hits and 12 runs. Mabry Goes To Town Mabry, in addition to the scoreless record, gave 4 bases on balls, struck out 4; then on the plate chalked 3 hits and 2 runs out of 4 times up. He made one error. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

J!m*W< m JULY SI, 193fl( m SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS • • •I • • • Cities Promote Sale of Water in Off-Peak Times Selling Campaigns Increase Demand; Aids In Beautification Many cities can lake a leaf from the advertising and sales promotion methods of private business* and by selling more water during off-peak times, they can make the water plant a more profitable undertaking, R. E. McDonnell, consulting en- gineer of Kansas City, asserts in a report to the American Water Works association, na- tional organization of water of- ficials and operators. Demand for wat«y- can be stimulated by aggressive merchandising meth- ods, he says. Although some cities do not have large excess supplies of water, there are hundreds of cities through the country which can supply their rate- payers with additional gallon- age if demand for water is cre- ated, says Mr. McDonnell. Such cities may well consider meth- ods for increasing demand for water during off-peak times when use of wate...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

': {3?S®3x *■ ■■■■I gMsSR*1 mswt ; ;''7ii/ :?.';:>utf:}r"; •/""r ■ i Pf •• f-.#.' /I'vi '■ 1 -,' • 'v.'::-'v' . - • V! . I I h Supplies Conditions of [ealth Outlined Civic Groups Aiding In Health Work Are Given Recognition An eighteen page folder show- ing a summary of Nolan county health conditions relative to nutrition, and outlining a four months service on propel- foods, has reached the desk of Dr. George A. Gray, county health director. The nutrition service was com- piled by the state health de- partment and made possible through consultation of a nu- tritionist assigned the county for a four months period, and the assisting personnel of the Nolan County Health unit. In the outline is a chart show- ing the type of nutrition ser- vices and the channels through which nutrition information was made available to the commu- nity. The outline shows the loca- tion of Nolan county and as having an area of approximate- ly 90 square miles, with a to- tal population of 20,000, of whic...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

-'*j M .. - jaawi,. I'v f" l$p O > ) SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1931* SWEETWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEX^S ? 1| p 1$, PACE T . > • :> • * • I • ) • • • :> • 9 • . • 9 • * • • I ♦ I Aycock Building Phone 097 McCALL and LOW Loan*, insurance, Rental* Real Estate Registered Optometrists ps Expert examina- tion, lenses repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS! (Night and Day Service) WIRING Electrical Contracting Van Electric 110 W. La. I'll. :i2i2 You're Money Ahead With A MAYTAG "Use Maytag Water Softncr" BALKS & SERVICE G. D. RRASHEAR Authorized Dealer 417 Oak St. Ph. 2381 all right—but 'V1 you must keep 'em sold! "... SO 1 (il'KSS the smart tiling for mc to do is to hop over to Klrod's and order tliat swanky porch furniture Mary wants. There nothing like good furnishings when a follow marries—and El- rod's prices are LOW!" N. Side Square BOWLING For What Ails You Sweetwater Bowling Alley D & D TAVI CITY 2067 IHAI 2502 Guaranteed 10 Minute Service SHIRTS REDUCED ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

ite Taxes County Total In State Received >1.835, Report Shows ■ Following the official notice ' the state rate of 49 cents from George Sheppard, itate comptrol '3tr, Raymond Bishop and his ■Seputles, Mrs. Myrtle Schooler and Miss Willie Elliott, are Monday beginning to compute stale taxes for Nolan county. , The rate is divided as follows: State revenue, 35 cents; 7 cents for Confederate pensions; 7 cents frir state school aid. • Of the $117,523.43 collected in 1937 for road, school, county and state taxes, $38,835.37 repre- sented state taxes on Nolan county property. ;The law also stated that every citizen between the ages of 21 and 60 pay a poll tax of $1.50. Churchill Buys Out His Partner ... Chet Churchill Saturday an- nounced the purchase of the in- terest of R. R. Daniels in The white Spot cafe, located at the corner of Oak and First street. Under the new management It is to be known as Churchill's White Spot cafe. The $600 direct draught bev- erage dispenser, purchased wh...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

\ • j. I • | w i •; f i K . . • '' O • • • <0 • r • -« • m • • • # • t* I I % fffiBSS an6 EDITORIALS SECTION II SECTION II VOLUME XU SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JULY 31, 193$ NUMBER 98 Twelve Nolan County Boys Leave For Club Encampment i&vjam FIRST METHOMST G. T. Palmer, pastor Church school 9:45 a. m. Worship at 11 a. rft. and 8 p. Epworth Leagues 7 p. m. We cordially invite _ you to unite with us in worship. o CHRISTIAN SC IENCE "Love" is the subject of the lesson-sermon to he read in all churches of Christ, Scientist to- day. The golden text is: "The Lord is good to all: and his works" (Psalms 145:0.) The lesson-sermon includes the following: "For thus saith the Lord Cod; Behold, I, even 1, will both search my sheep, and seek them out . . . 1 will seek that which was lost, and bring again that which was driven away, and will bind up that which was broken, and will strengthen that which was sick" (Ezekiel 34:11, 16.) The lesson-sermon also in- cludes the following passage fr...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

— „7 Era Monday Only Crepe and Satin Taillored and Lase Trimmed Sizes 32 - 44 Mrs. \V. G. Dugger, Sweetwater >?! Close Out 18 Summer Cotton Sheers Reg. 29c Value LIGHT AND DARK SHADES COTTONS Cottony Mujeka Crash Crepe Wale Pique Cream Puff Valus to 39c yd. 21 Mrs. D. C. Wilson, Roscoe Dorothy Clay, Sweetwater White and Pastle Felt HATS Values to 2.95 $1.49 Ladies' SLIPS Valus to 1.29 59® Summer DRESSES Price SOBE'S North Side of Sqare Fashion Shop Would You Like to Win a FREE Theatre Ticket? The management of the R. and R. the- atres would like to have you as their guest, and they are preparing a new list of names of Monday Shoppers who are interested in winning a ticket. It is very simple for you to signify your willing- ness—regardless of whether you have won in the past—simply sign your name and address in the blank space below and present the,blank at the boxoffice'of either the Texas or Ritz theatres, and your name will be placed on the selection list from wliich the 10 wee...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

mm Wr- gV> ■ 9WEETw ATVt ICXaS CONTEST and ffl WIBm^ 1(1 SWEETWATER lopi at (rs that seek out the treasure of bargins offered every Monday by Sweetwater the savings you will find. This has become the outstanding sales event in ]West El! $3.00 IN CASH! ^ • 1 iese mtaln |by>a le a latioi 1 o'cl 5io ,wo pages are a number of mispelled words. You are to find these words, clip or ing them. The person finding the largest number of mispelled words and who s^les slip showing the purchase of a Monday Specials at Reporter office before 6 1 irst price of $2 cash. The person finding the second largest number of misspeled s pertaning to the first prize winner will receive a price of $1 cash. Please note Monday. Prize winners will be annouced on Tuesday. In case of tie, neatst «f contest judges is final. c ck IMPELLED WORD CONTEST NOW! e Theatre Tickets Each Week • I • of |he management of the R and R Theatrs ten more free tickets will be given attached to this offer. If your name appear in...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

HBXwWi W PACE FOUR SWEETWATER* TEXAS SUNDAY, JULY 31, 1998 Qwm " * I r: | •"f ' §: •T ;K i , >r IP- K 11 BUSINESS, NATION BETTBK LIVING FOR ALL i Sweetwater is about to enter upon a sales cru- t will lead the way for other West Texas cities most timely to reproduce below a recent ar- - ■ on "What Is Business?" written for the Advertis- 'I; ii| Federation of America: Exactly what do we mean by the term "business?" Try to explain fully and completely just what business is and you will discover that you are explaining the out- standing facts of American life. In explaining business, you go a long way toward explaining what made this country the best place in the world to live in. We in the United States are only 7 per cent of the world's people. We own half of all the wealth in the world. We have 71 per cent of the world's automobiles, 52 per cent of its telephones and 40 per cent of its ra- dios. How did all this come about? Why is the standard of living in America higher than anyw...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. JULY 31. 1938 <fc r. «_ 0 u 1. it 38b-7-31-38 by Edgar Rice Burroughs h«. lot --Tm Rrr^U RJ UNITED FEATURE * SYNDicATC.^Inc CAPTURED 3 % TAR7AN STOOD ALONE AGAINST THE SURGING FOE, HIS SWORD FLASHING POWERFUL, EFFECTIVE .STROKES BUT THE BANDITS DROVE HIM JLOWLY BACK. TO 5UNTAI, PEACE WAS THE HIGHEST VIRTUE; ALWAYS HE HAD HELD FIGHTING IN CONTEMPT BUT THE SIGHT OF TAR7ANS HEROIC STRUGGLE STRIPPED AWAY HIS ANCIENT HERITAGE OF CIVILIZATION. / IN HIS BLOOD STIRRED THE PRIMITIVE URGE 1 TO DEFEND HIMSELF AND LULING. HE SEIZED A .SWORD. THE COLJRTIERS, TOO, INSPIRED BY THEIR SOVEREIGN; TOOK UP JW0RD5, AND FOLLOWED HIM TO THE FRAY. K THE MIGHTY mo FOUGHT AS A MEN, COULD NOT JTEM THE TIDE. UNDER THE ONSLAUGH )AR OUTLAWS n BUT LONG DEVOTI TO THE REFINEMEN OF LIVING HAD WEAKENED THEIR VALUE AS FIGHTING MEN. hO(5A FZ TH— j2 J i AT LAST THE EMPEROR, PRINCESS LULIN6, AND TAR7AN WERE TAKEN PRISONER. THEN THE OUTLAWS T...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

• w rl •> • • • i f ■ • r • • • • • « « * 4 • • • • « • • • <t • • • O m « <- o • • ry t • 01 ,£ hm-m, tmati a fair jestion | trbn"0 i can't an®wbr-vbt WHY WOULDN T only qnk tmino spoils your thcornj commander winslow flashed from the old liomt- mouse be seen by MANY OTHERS ides that deaf-and-dumb spy ten miles down the shore ? I KEfP OUT 5 just the same we're on the right track-See THIS? come on - - we'll search the tower first ^-1 cheer up, red- it's worth it- LOOK HERE* wow, what a climb "hey this darn ?what do you guess we'll find under this tarpaulin, V. probably a search - ^ light? and batteries? (Trad* Mark correct [ PLUS TMB ANSWER TO LIEUTENANT TRENT'S QUESTION nbkt \-IIfel8D^ NO. 128 THE BEST KIND OF PEACE TREATIES are the ones that prevent wars— not those which f come too late to save the thousands ^ who have already^!! been killed and crippled in battle 7-3, d -b BOS'N HAL, Sea Scout Enter, Mike Redmond By LIEUT. COMDR. F. V. MARTINEK, U.S.N.R. ^ look here / my ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

- ' If * f -* * * - « f| ' ; v,:,r'.-\.r. ■ ?■ ■. -If ' J PHH| iispl#. ;%tfp Ilfet ttAASIME OOP 3PORTIN' A STAR AM' 5WIHieiKT A WIGHT STICK- HAR, MAC. - 1 NEVER THOUGHT I'D 3EE TH* DAY WHEN A PAL OF MINE WOULD GET THAT WAV/ T. M. REG. 0.8. PAT. OFF. FOLKS USED T'LIKE ALLEV OOP A LOT, BUT NOW THEY WONT THINK HIM SO HOT/ NO MATTER HOW BIG AN' TOUGH I'D BE, I'D WOT BE A COR MOT ME,-' Vwy?j* ' VOU'VE GOTTA HAKJD IT TO OOP-HE'S SURE MAKlN' GOOD AS A POLICEMAN FOUND HE'S DO|N> GREAT/ LOOK AT HIM-A FINE, UPSTAWDIKJ' FIGURE OF A MAN, HE IS AND I'M THE ONE WHO BLITHELY SAID OL' ALLEV OOP WAS OLJTA -IIS HEAD/ -I'M VOLUNTEERING TH' LAW TO UPHOLD, BV SERVING MOO AS A POLICEMAN BOLD/ CRIME WAVES AN' SUCH WON'T AMOUNT TO HECK WITH OFFICER FOOZV AROUND ON PECK WELL, WMAT5 SO W FOOZV, I JUST CAN'T FUNNY, VOU BIG I IMAGINE A LITTLE DUMB BUNNV? A SHRIMP LIKE VOU t ,/>! /r a11„-A MAINTAINING I KNOW L AIN T V/ BIG, BUT VOU TAKE\ ORDER, VOU A COP? A PLAIN-CLOTHES VAN? WELL, JIMINV GEE - CERTAINLY,...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

COMIC SECTION The Sweetwater Reporter SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION • i • : * • i • • • • « • « • • • n • i • r- • DEVASTATI Mu IP TRUE yeh f but this injk op mime prevents lisping or stuttering in writ/ng^ YOU COULD IMPROVE I'VE JUST INVENTED A AJEW INK POR POUNTAIN) PENS' THAT BV IAJV/ENTlN<5 ANJ IMK THAT prevents misspelled words / STOP 60 ■■ ' jwwwtww escusa/ please^i. fdreo-tta to PEEDA TH cuckoo CLOCK BlRDlE / HE wasa TEN MINUTES LATE thisa /mor^ikjg to wake m e- up——yes / WHAT ABOUT TH' TIME YOUR. WATCH STOPPED and You waited till * th' hour came arounc? again so you wouldn't have to set it ? you call it madness "but l call it laziness—-you're so la^y you'd wait por a street car to rub against a match to. light it/ 1 WISH 1 could INVENT A RYHMIN6 INK SO X COULD WRITE POETRY/ / 41 LEFT- OVER. DOUOHAJU T WIL.L MAKE A DAHDY P/\JCUSHIOfiJ //= TR/MMEP W/7H GAY R/BBOK'S O H , KtJOTS \.^0 TO VvU'jW_sl : 1. — .If /1 /. -«sJa OUR BOARDING HOUSE MAJOR HOOPLE EGAD/ LADS/ HAVIW6 BEE...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 31 July 1938

«?; -rv. 'imfr- A Here's somethin' B'lieve me. it's a pitcher of the most modist BUT one of the grandist people i ever knowed. he's my pal an' |1m cert'ny proud t'have this pitcher of america's 6reatist ace captin eddie rickenbacker. Here's the only fella i ever have argamints with--i mean outs ida knobby. he's alweez tellin' on me an' stuff. but he's CERT'ny a ©enyus.t took this pitcher with my candid cam'ra. it's • walter w1nchell. JOE PALOOKA t> 1938. McNaujM Syndicate. Cne. IT'S PROB'LY NERVES.1 WHY DON'T YOUSE TRY ONE A THEM SIKYATRISTS P ^ t not in my body. i'm «jist ya know •• morbid er something. 'HATSA MATTER KNOBBY --ARE YOUSE PUNK r YOU SHOULD 7 TALK/ I FEEL WOISE AS YOU DO- BUT eo AHEAD TELL ME YOUR / I WAS LUCKY. HE'S GOT ONE APPOINTMENT OPEN. HE ONLY CHARGES S200 PER A VISIT v—- TOO MR. WALSH, DR. GOGGLE WITZ. HULLO DOC- SAY I FEEL PUNK GONK GOGGL im By HAM FISHER MEBBE IT'S BECUZ OF INVESTMENTS. THAT STOCK MARKET'S GOT ME GOOFY. EVERY TIME X LOOK AT TH' MARKET QUOT...

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