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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 September 1938

• |• ;!| 1 • i • i • i * illff FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2,1996 P SWEETWATER -fiv wm ITER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Pi • • «> T •I* t « | 2 \ \ $ i I * i > AD DEI. MONTE SALE! Friday Afternoon an# Saturday Only! Store Closed Monday, Labor Day!' 1,000 Cases Del Monte Merchandise Bought for This Sale! PEV ">S Del Monte Pears 12 ic 15c 18 ic 15c Tall Can 19c No. 2 Can 22c No. 2Vi can . Del Monte Crushed Pineapple. 10c Flat « can J for 17c No- 2 can ... 21c No. 214 Can 15c 19c Z>e/ Monte Apricots 10c 15c 17c 12'/2c Tall Can 19c No. 2 Can ....... 22c No. 2'A Can Del Monte Sliced Pineapple 3 for 25c 17c 19c 10c Flat can 19c No. 2 Can Del Monte Peaches lie Be 15c 12!4c Tall Can 15c No. 2 Can 19c No. 2Vi Can Del Monte Royal Anne Cherries 19c Tall Can .. 15c 23c No. 2Vi Can Del Monte Fruit Cocktail 15c Tall Can ... 12 ic 10c Tall Can ... Del Monte Orange Juice 5 f>r 25c Del Monte Tomato Juice 10c Tall Can Del Monte Fresh Prunes ll/ic No. 2Vi Can ... 15c Del Monte Prepared Prunes 19c No. 2!4 ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 September 1938

tin pul PACE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS •Features FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1938 office in Sweetwater, ~ Texas, Feb.9, SS George Bennitt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. ' eye tricklelh down, and ceateth not, with- liRjr intermission.—Lamentations 3;49. Sorrows humanize our race; tears are the show* l that fertilize the world.—Owen Meredith. Mr. Lewis Has His Own Labar Troubles PICTURE OF PROSPERITY DRAWN FROM LIFE . In these days of depression, class antagonism and the threat of war, try to imagine a country where— There is a solid business boom that has brought industrial production 50 per cent above the 1929 level. Unemployment is at a minimum, and the national income can buy 25 per cent more than ever before. There is a "new deal" which has the hearty co- operation of business, which has scared no single industrialist or financier, and which is able to carry on a great spending program without piling up debt for future generations to pay. There is no armaments race on, and the people are not l...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 September 1938

Wm-. y&yh mam T'*"*$:i FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1938 ;W ■iSfaBi v)/- I, . •'.•■■ fpp r ". i-W !') 1 f. jmmfWgM SWEETWATER MTOrm, SWEETWATER, TEXAS Maryland Senator Revives U. S. Supreme Court Controversy mmrn ■ a • • • • • • • • • • • « 9 • • Tydings Charges Effort Made to 'Get' Hughes' Post White House Aides Deny Any Plan to Traffic in Justices' WASHINGTON — (UP) — The controversy fired by Pre- sident Roosevelt's ill fated at- tempt to expand the supreme court flared again today while he went ahead with plans to carry the new deal's drive against con servatife democrats into Mary- land on Labor Day. Sen. Millard E. Tydings, next on the list of party members marked for banishment by the president because of opposition to the new deal, revived the dispute with charges that new deal senators offered to com- promise the court fight if Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes would resign. He said that foes of the legislation rejected the offer. White House aides denied that the president was...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 September 1938

111! liP EEpM>& . . TEXAS II >AY, i : 1 "msL H.19M ress To Nazi Party Congress' 1 !r Ito Give . of Action dzech Crisis Eight Days Program Outlined for Eighth Annual Celebration NUREMBERG, Germany — (up) — Chancellor Adolf Hitler is expected to answer Europe's anxious queries on Germany's course of action in the Czech crisis when he addresses the an- nual Nazi party congress open- ing here Monday. The sixth annual congress will reach a climax a week lat- er with a sham battle and a review of the army. Hitler will speak several times, probably reserving his most important ad- dress on foreign affairs for the closing session, Sept. 12. Usually the congress is pre- dominantly domestic, with the traditional mass demonstration of loyalty, enthusiasm and solid- arity for Der Fuehrer, but this year it already has taken on in- ternational character and is ex- pected to serve as a sending board for Hitler's future course. The keynote will be sounded by the annual proclamation, which...

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

2, 193# SWEETWATER TEXAS Say, can't you have a lot of fun out here at the Tavern. It's Bo Cool, too You will like the Tav- ern, too. Mike Mulli- | can and his Orchestra every night. The Across from Airport . A A camel can Vo5)fvLC | eight days with- ' ol,t watei' J'01"' battery can't, free tost, uiui Gas! Drive in for water. Koolniotor •> KOY PITTMAN'S STATION :t01 K. 3rd Ph. 43:1 i : * . you ll like our service He Sure to Attend Eighth Annual DOUBLE-HEART RANCH ROUND - UP Sept. 3-4-and Labor Day "If You Miss It " —you will miss it." PKIOIAXENT WAVES $3.50 Wave for $1.30 $3.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 907 Elm. St. Sweetwater If you work alone in a dark room, a neat hair- cut is not so important. O11 all other work, it is! Visit us today. Unex- celled work and guaran- teed satisfaction. Ly A BARBER .Ifi.Wi SHOP (Next to Woolwoith 5-10) BIT LISTEN TO THIS New Rudolf Pianos only $250 to $325 lladdorf and Bush & Gerts $203 to $475 Terms. Good Discount for ca...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 2 September 1938

*$tg&4* •'■ SPPlfpP*"'** Mrs. Ney Sheridan ' will have as weekend and Mrs. Hubert >pf Longview, Mr. and Merlin Toler of Odessa and and Mrs. Holly Toler of [to. Mrs. Hubert Toler, who been visiting in the Sheri- home, is spending a few . s in Hamlin in the home of ;j son, Holly Toler, and will be joined there by her husband who Will accompany the family to Sweetwater for a weekend isit. The Toler family lived ere for a number of years. * * * t Former Residents Honored At Party Two former Sweetwater res- idents, Mrs. Hubert Toler of Longview and Mrs. John M. Hen- drix of Fort Worth, were honor guests at an afternoon bridge farty Wednesday when Miss Laura Sheridan and sister, Mrs. Carlos Morris, entertained at the Ney Sheridan home with two tables of contract. .< Pastel shades were chosen for the game appointments and the floral decorations. Mrs. W. F. P'Pool captured the high score award for the afternoon and the two honorees were presented with gifts. A salad course and ice...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 September 1938

I • If I, < i % ' J';:Ufl'.;'1 ■! .-"-'v' .OT&raj E MTU ' $:ji '0 W'M1 Here's a Picture of Perfection • * 'i- i Par excellence in precision Hying is this demonstration of perfection l y tin- army air corps' 27tli pursuit squadron from Helfridge field in Michigan. The big crowds at the national air races in Cleveland thought these sky-jinks were pretty good, too. Kidaped Woman Alive Because Gang 'Boss' Defied MAKYHVILLE, Cal. — Mrs. William Meeks escap- ed death at the hands of her abductors only because one of them disregarded orders cf "the boss", mysterious leader of the hand of three who held her for ransom Dist. Attorney Jjoyd Hewitt revealed today. The man ordered to do the killing, Hewitt said he had learned, would not car- ry out his orders. He left Mrs. .\lecks unharmed in a woodland hideout from which she escaped Sunday morning. She Escapes MARYSV1LLE, Cal. — (UP) Six groups rif peace officers to- day searched among the camps of itinerant workers in the "Nation's Pea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 September 1938

the Lor# it my dmfenaef «md my God it I rock «/ my re/«f«.—P$almt 94;22. lf«lp fhj[ie|{ it«d God will help thee—.Herbert. i i ■ SWEETWATER MOVES FORWARD WITH MIDWEST EXPOSITION Sweetwater is putting its right foot forward in re- viving' the Midwest Exposition which opens a week from today. For many weeks preparations have been Underway with community-spirited men and women giving their time freely so that this area might enjoy a fair here at home. Fairs are a distinct asset because they bring together the people in the enjoyment of those pursuits that make this a thriving and produc- tive section of West Texas. The exhibits, displays and programs offer worthwhile entertainment for all ages. This is our fair and as such we should assume an individual responsibility for its success. Mem- bers of the fair board have accepted the job of leadership but with the belief and knowledge that everyone would do a part. A feature of the opening of the fair is the parade sponsored by the Busi- ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 September 1938

SIMI ; faiyi * fp I9R I }t j||gSf SWEETWATER w mk K, SWEETWATER, TEXAS __ a « /• n Is la |"i- l r u 4 i - •! • 0 - I 7 • 8-Day Demonstration Has World*Wide Million Nazis In Show Near Czech Border Other Nations Watch To See if Show Pro- duces War or Peace By United Press Europe talked peace today and got ready for war. Within 10 days, it the dip- lomatic barometer is right, the outcome of England's attempt to mediate the Czechosiovakian crisis should be decided and the question of releasing the armies mobilized in Europe will rest with Germany's Adolf Hitler. Hitler began the public buildup toward that deci- sion today with indications that he has not reached a final judgment. Addressing 800)000 Nazis at Nui-einburg, he defied the world ever again to try to blockade Ger- many as was done during the World War. He denounc- ed Jews and glorified the "greater community" of Ger- mans. At Prague, the Czech government put before the insistent Sudeten German minority its "final" propo- sals ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 September 1938

It, Topple jht Victory Record For Hosts i • ' Local Nine Annexes Two Out Of Three Games In • Series, Split Yesterday Sweetwater's Swatter base- ball delegation toppled the win fecord of the strong Hamlin Oilers by capturing two victories in the three game series at Hamlin Sunday and Monday. Hamlin's string of 24 unde feated games in as many starts this season went down in the opening game Sunday, wher the local delegation took a 5 to win. The teams split the double- header series yesterday 5 to 1 and 3 to 2 with victories foi Sweetwater and Hamlin respec tively. Combined Teams The Trent and Svveetwatei nines had been scheduled tc meet on Sunday, but cancelled their game and combined team: to play the three game series with Hamlin. The manager oi the losing hosts made an attrac tive offer to 0. O. Hollingsworth Swatter manager, for the series because the Swatters had offer- ed the strongest opposition foi his team this year, and the fans enjoyed the games with Sweet water. In the gam...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 September 1938

wlttBm ■*' f; • i •i- 4 - j > 24 • * W '* ««•, - V '; •* VK$' ' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER6,1938 §m ■^W: 7'$M* ■'•■I. ■ ,<• SWEETWATER Say, can't you have a lot of fun out here at t|ie Tavern. It's So Cool, too WASH TUBES AND EASY If Sweetwitort C *IHOT WITH B0YIW6 AM CM&ACfiMEMT KMG.l W HElPtM' A BUMCHA ftUY* WTAW —^ VMttGttJIA'S OFERA.TIOU, fiEE WtZ! I "DlDUfT REALIZE I'D BeIu r SWEETWATER, TEXAS «l«t Boa of Jadfe iia| )ta & C. Crue, Ml But Tfclvi St. SfTMtwater You will like the Tav- ern, too. Mike Mulli- can and his Orchestra every night. The Across from Airport ' <JU\T6 OVJEV wmmM iW'*, %■ wm^mrnmmsm ALLEY OOP «P! only 48o BACON? DREAM COTTAfiE FOR^IE 4IA00 90MU imv.vMttx. «*U- BEUT A PLACE WRAVEAR OR TWO. >>l..FEn. J. s. PAT. OFF. > COP/?, 1938 CE, INC By —ymrr*m LiTTLE HOME Of OUR OWM, , WITH A ROSE 6AR0EU AM® A RECREATION LODGE AMD i SVMIMMG POOL. YOU'LL ISA TREWEMDOUS SUCCESS IU k DAPO/S BUSINESS 1 X JOfT KVJOVW VOU MJVLL !! By HAMIIN Sisters, my message i...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 6 September 1938

Ll ,J ai j 81 Krs iPlita ; ' m:;: AY ATslfflBEMl! These specials in effect Tuesday afternoon,. Wednesday and Thursday. Pure Cane mmmg sugar - 10 rr 45c Texsun Brand Grapefruit JlliCG 2^ 15 10® Dei Monte Whole apricots TALL CAN Del Monte Peaches Sliced or NO. 2 Yi Melba Halves CAN 15« Del Monte Crushed or Sliced Pineapple NO. 7Vi CAN 19* Tomatoes - 4 NO. 2 CANS Lifebuoy Soap Bar 2 Limit 5* Wlbrfs Advance ^ ^ _ 81b MA _ Shorf ing 39c cm ySc Nancy Hanks PEACHES • * <5« gt Valrnar BARTLETT PEARS &' 3 Golden Poppy Apricot NcfitSP 2 «« 1> BAKERY SPECIALS Banana-Nut Cakes Delicious Cake Do-nuts Doz Pecan qg MSS£ Pies 8-in. Size ts« Apricot ® 8-in. Size Red Malaga GRAPES Colorado Elberta PEACHES Large Bleached LI Sunkist LEMONS Large Bleached 25 0 - Doz. Large Bart let t - Doz. - Doz. lb. §C 29c 5c 19c CELERY - Fancy W ax <*f BEANS - - • 7ic Yellow mat SQUASH - Jic CARROTS BEETS 3 PEARS Seedless GRAPEFRUIT *. 252 Size Valencia ORANGES - * S talk 10c Long Green f CUCUMBERS ib. 5...

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

Ill I • It IS fs In fy ly Je # 10- r rs je • Il- ls t. In 111 lof * rd 111! rn tin fa I % tel. * |tic a ■lie * Ich Ick Ivn Ins' Lch m ie- ht, ag- nd for In- # ing od, for ted all. « Hi |y|&i 11$' [ $ WWMf ' '. '.V jj®.- 1I M j ill •,r ■ * * * * * * OIL ST NOW County Exhibits To Be Feature Midwest Exposition i > o i, 1 Dozen Schools To Display Work Of Farm Classes ' Demonstration Clubs VV Aiid Communities to Vie For Fair Awards Midwest Exposition, which operts Tuesday, will feature an exceptional array of exhibits from Nolan and adjoining coun- ties la the genera exhibit build- ing-. <• Splendid cooperation has been shown by,communities in eiiifa-ing exhibits which will prove of interest to everyone attending the fair. Seven counties are represent- ed among the exhibitors giving an indication of the widespread Influence that the Midwest Ex- position is exerting in this area. Outstanding is the interest of vocational agriculture depart- ments in schools with 12 signed up to ...

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

Itt, PubfjP ) j, — , T t and R PACE TWO WI4)NES AY, SE*T. 7, 1938 A Strange Combination of Primary Winners ■ | i • ** • terror unto me; thou art• my hope in of evil.—Jtremimk 17; 17. Teach me to feel another's woe, to hide the fault I see; that iiarey l to others show, that mercy show to me.—Pope. BUSINESS NATION" BEST DESCRIBES THE U. S. A. Someone has truly said that the United States is a "business nation." Thirty-one million persons earn their ftving from business pursuits of manifold types: manu- facturing, mining, construction, transportation and utilities; service industries, distribution and finance This very graphically demonstrates the importance of "business" to the economic structure of the country and each individual community. "Going after business" is properly as idealistic a job as anyone can have when its importance to the community is known. The welfare of millions of persons depends upon how well business keeps up its' morale and does its job. Working to keep bus-...

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

iP ' sr ' ■ ,'/> "w all wr Wednesday, SEPT. Y,~~BHI i ATER REPO i**: ,';^. ''.'■ ATER, TEXAS ' ** - i-i • ,$•g®pjop?, «s-^u-;.■ - #■*• • *r'.- j« ;fl -|■ A-. S"fpf. 'v' ■.% ' Czech Government Submits i Dema 3 t Country Opposes Revision of Her Foreign Policy m No Single Point of Carlsbad Program Has Been Entirely Rejected fc l y. |e- Tlf tin |nK*' luo ps- ; 11 Ian' |fOL ' ,9tS |er/ to lazi * lthe • |ian of )e ? fiay; |thc ® any To-. bpc |ng- ier, aw-. Iwer |*ian' US 13 0; i a n luod. 1 |em- | hisJ i . • 1 Inc.) to Iher as- % | the ack, Ida.v W) 3hil R. m Imefl for larie M# lam Wit. I I '■ PRAGUE —(UP) — The Czechoslovak government was reported today to have submit- ted to most of the Sudeten Ger- man party's eight-point autono- my program but to be stubborn- ly resisting demands for a Nazi realignment of the nation's fore- ign policy. The -government of President Edouard Benes withheld any for- mal announcement of its "last \ and ultimate" offer of conces- sions to the German mino...

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

if 19 I .Byr .Burt Hhelton "They are all guilty, so let him who Is without sin cast the first stone," commented several in- terested Oil Belt fans last week When rumors flew around that the conference papas were to discuss eligibility and the prob- lem of importing players. When the smoke cleared away from the heated con- ■t saltation of the Belt di- rectors, a little fatherly ad- • vise was issued to the ef- fect that four boys were not , legally entitled to partici- pate in this year's grid ' classic. Abilene lost two—Cisco lost tWo, and any other team sport- ing ineligible members would likewise have been called on the carpet and spelled down in the voting session. The Abilene delegation has been weeping long and loud, ' crying over their lost play- ers. The truth is that the losses will not seriously im- pair their future prospects, if floating rumors are any- where near correct. The elimination of those men merely means that the lo- gics will be more stubborn than ever to defea...

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

0 0 IP , 1? so T I # ! **,fEi'l. V, l?30 V"' " wSIRI&^S bVi Li. i vt A t tii iiLi'J>> * I«f i V\ LL i tV A i LK, i LXA& f ■ •?■ ■• • • ■• ' -1- : -"-: . • ,' • - . - ,< ■ .•■ Say, can't yon have a lot of fun out here at the Tavern. It's So Cool, too You will like the Tav- ern, too. Mike Mulli- gan and his Orchestra every night. The Across from Airport Sisters, nay message as ©3 the cjreaSesS importance! s I'ERMAXENT WAVES 83.50 Wa ve for $ 1.50 $5.00 Wave for $2.00 Also a beautiful Wave for $1.00 0(17 Kim. St. Sweetwater WASH TUBBS AND EASY Br SweetwaWrt Ow Curtooniat Bob at ji4n i VttLY SPELLS, DOC. X TWV1K. IT'S WW HEART. , W£LU) MvcVCEE, X\L BE FRfcNK WTH SOU MAVIE A, KNEEVC .■ TU8B6 40WfcTHMsl6 ABOUT RUNNING WV 8L>SIV1E«S. 3? HE'S TO WARRY MY DAUGHTER S00W. mzmm R. C. Crane, Ml East Third Bt, SwMtwater WELL, WELL! fOU'K TO BE COM {MW.MED.1 TU8W \6 A tPLENIWD CHAP. MEBV CHARITABLE AJD UW- SteLFiSH.. HAS A Hi AftT GOLD. SexBE ALLEY OOP rS'OU KNOW, FOOZV I'M JU3...

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

Worth Girl Weds Whittenberg- For 'Impending War mgm. and Mrs. T. S. Whitten- terg announce the marriage of their sor, Thomas, to Miss Ger- trude Richards, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Richards, 3610 Ave. H, Fort Worth. The mar- riage ceremony was performed Sunday morning at 8.30 o'clock at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. Roy Terry, Fort Worth. Thomas Rose of the Polytechnic Church of Christ read the ring ceremony. The home was beautifully dec- orated witn baskets of asters combined with palms and ferns. The bride was becomingly gown- ed in a costume of navy sheer with matching accessories and wore a corsage of gardenias. Among the out-of-town guests attending the wedding were Mrs. T. S Whittenberg, mother of the bridegroom, and Granull Hast- ings of Sweetwater; Mrs. Henry King, Houston; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Engalhardt; Mr. and Mrs. A. A Gocrte of Arlington; Mrs. Alma Corbin and daughters of Grapevine. ' Mr. and Mrs. Whittenberg left immediately after the wedding for their home ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

i '$r. ■ 1 m ifP' © © o © I < o 0 «> I CONVICT CORFESSES STATION ROBBEI Sweetwater Reporter VOL. XLI SWEETWATER, TEXAS, THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 NUMBER 131 Parade Is To Open Midwest Fair Exposition Is Discussed at Club Meeting Citizens Urged to Take Fart in Booster Trip To Fisher County Friday The Midwest Exposition to open next Tuesday headlined the program of the Sweetwater Club today with Watt H. Bennett as toastmaster. A round of impromptu talks discussed the importance of to- morrow's goodwill tour to Roby, Rotan, Hamlin, Longworth, and Sylvester to be made jointly by the Rotary and Sweetwater clubs. W. R "Buck" Johnson led the discussion by calling atten- tion to the need for citywide co- operation in boosting the fair and urged everyone who can pos- sibly get away at 1:15 p. m. Fri- day to be on hand to participate. Others to join in building up enthusiasm for the trip were Zollie Steakley, Jr., Glenn Rus- sell, Marshall Pior, J. H. Wil- iams, George Barber, County Attor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 September 1938

Made Last of Heath on Tuberculosis; • . .Milk Handlers Checked Contagion in Nolan county during August was light with only three cases reported to the Nolan County Health unit. Health conditions continue good for this time of year, ac- cording to Dr. George Gray, di- rector: Three cases of scarlet fever were quarantined. Immuniza- tions and Schick tests were giv- en to 35 children, tuberculin 26; typhoid .25 and smallpox 53. Four cases of syphilis were repotted. One of these cases was a man who had brain syph- ilis and was committed to one of the- Texas hospitals for the insane. Itriv* Out TB During the latter part of Aug- ust special attention was given to tuberculosis in an effort to see all active cases in this area. Forty-two visits were made, 10 examinations made of positive reactors and seven x-rays of the chest were made at the expense of the Nolan County Tuberculo- sis association. Eight antepartum and 31 post- partum maternal cases were ad- mitted to nursing service. Sixty-...

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