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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

' • )• ♦ M H M H « * " « « " « « « " " " W " * « X ..".:. " .;'*. ;, ..'.... i66ji£SSij' < ' - : " ' • ' ■ • ', I Capone Moved From AIcatraz To San Pedro Prison Public Invited To See Laundry */ "We cordially invite the people of Sweetwater and surrounding territory to eome and,see the new quar- ters of the Sweetwater Laundry this week " nuid C. It. Simmons, president of the company yesterday, in commenting 011 the formal opening. While the laundry has oc- cupied the new quarters for a number of weeks the many finishing touches have just been completed. The new plant at First and Cedar streets is rated one of the finest in Tfxas; and is eq- uipped with modern machin- ery throughout. The entire week was set aside for the formal opening t<< afford everyone an op- portunity lo visit the plant laundry. Mr. Simmons, member of the city commission and civit leader, is completing "2 years in the laundry busi- ness. Czechs Moving More Troops To Magyar Border New Once Czar Of Chicago ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

1 tiv,\ '- >i~v SWEETWATER REPORT!*,- SWEETWATER; TEXAS SUNDAY,. JANUARY 8, 1999! lone D. Perry Society Bditor Dial 2328 'riple Four Club Honors Mrs. S. V. Mudge At Shower [ Mm. S. V. Mudge who is leav- within the next two weeks make her home in Cleburne feas complimented with a hand kerchief shower Wednesday af I ternoon at the Triple Four | bridge club meeting at the home M Mrs. J. F. Wills, 800 James. Mrs. Mudge is a charter mem- ; ber of the Triple Four club. ' In entertaining the club and two guests, Mrs. Wills chose a jmid-winter theme of a snow- !; man on a background of blue * for tallies and score markers. Mrs. H. C. Meyer received the high score award and Mrs. C A. McCorkle second. Prizes were Pictures painted by LaBecca Wills, art student at Oklahoma 1 university and daughter of the f hostess. Salads, rolled sandwich- es, relishes, frozen cup-cakes and hot tea were served. Mrs. Meyer and Mrs. O. Ste- fihenson played substitute hands or absent members, others pre- sent ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

•. ••• SUNDAY, JANUARY ft, 1939 7ATER REPORTER, S TEXAS lU « * • c it t CiO# DURHAM, N. C. — (UP) — A yelling crowd of 0,000 tonight gave Duke university's Blue De- vils a rousing home-coming and five minutes- later there was talk of Duke's meeting South- ern California in the Rose Bowl ne>Jt year. Three bands were at union station when the Blue Devils' special train pulled in from Pasadena and although the Dukes lost 7-3 to the Trojans in the Rose Bowl, it took a 30- man police squadron 30 minutes to take the team through the throng of back-slappers. An "official" welcoming at the university was delayed near- ly an hour as Coach Wallace Wade and the Devils struggled through the crowd to get to the special automobiles thyt were to carry them to the univer- sity. Co-captains Eric Tipton and Dan Hill were all but mobbed by autograph seekers who had forgotten that Duke lost the game and remembered only that ".Duke won the first 00 minutes of the game" and "then it took four teams to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

attires PAGE FOUR SWEETWATER, TEXAS, SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1939 ■—3T a"*1**!}* on Thursday by The --- Inc. Entered as second claw offJce In Sweetwater, Texas, Feb. o, i«w. George Bennltt and Russell Bennltt, Pubs. , i ■ ■ -I • i rewarded me according to my right- I according to the cleanneu of my hand* he recompensed me.—-II Samuel 22;21. ever wait on virtuous deeds, and a late, a sure reward suececds.—Congreve. GREAT PLANS MADE TO USHER IN O'DANIEL REGIME Governor W. Lee O'Daniel's inauguration is in keep- ing with the spirit of the incoming executive. It is to be what Hollywood would call "colossal." With the football stadium of the University of Texas as the scene there will be room for thousands and the fan fare of the day will not in anywise be cramped. Austin is to be gay with decorations and at night thousands of extra lights will illuminate the proceedings. ' Texas high schools have been given a holiday that the students may join in the inauguration and sing "Beautiful, Beautif...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

rnmom January S, —m WHS ■■ — REPORTER, 5ppy- ■ it®- •'*??•* •; ' TEXAS MONDAY SPECIALS SCRAMBLED WORD CONTEST U. •M ■ 4 FIRST PRIZE $9.00 CASH SECOND PRIZE 2 FREE THEATRE TICKETS 2 contest directions In the Monday Special advertisements on this page are a number of scrambled words. You are to find the scrambled words mid unscram- ble them to their correct spelling. It Is simple and entertaining and yet remunerative. The person finding the largest number of scram bled words, according to the master sheet at tin; Sweetwater Reporter, and presenting the list with a sales slip showing purchase of a .Mon- day Special before 7 p. in. Monday at the Re. porter office will receive a cash prize of $2.50. The person finding the second largest list, ami complying with all the rules pertaining to I lie first prize will receive two theatre tickets lo either the Texas or Itif/, theatres. In case of a tie neatness will decide. Please note that entries will be accepted up to 7 p. m. Monday. . An- no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

1 iU ..J ii egislature Opens For 120 Day uesday To Mark Until New reraor Seated * Resolutions Will Take Up Moot Of Opening Doya; Allred To Give Report AUSTIN — (UP) — The 46th Texas legislature will open at noon Tuesday for a session of 120 days, ending May 9. After formal organization Tuesday, committees will be named to arrange for canvassing the vote for governor and lieut- enant governor, and to arrange for their inauguration on Jan. 17. The house and senate will hold a joint session Wednesday to hear Gov. James V. Allred's farewell message. Excerpts from the message have been released by the gov- ernor from time to time, and he had planned to send the docu- ment to the house and senate for reading by the clerk and secretary. House members, how- ever, have requested that he de- liver the message in person and he has agreed to do so. Awaits Inauguration Both house and senate then will mark time on big issues un- til after the inauguration of Gov- ernor-Elect O'Daniel and Lieut. G...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

PiPPpr n- ' ■ ■ (v- ■ • ■'- >^,'. " " t\ Y m •KWHSiY, JANUARY 8, 193$ SWWWATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER TEXAS PACE SI For building new homes and modernizing through the Information free, See A. Ij. Bills, contractor at Jennings Lumber Co., phone 2701. Only Neatly Repaired Shoe* Please those who are Careful of their Appearance. Hand Made Boot* BRANTLEY'S SHOE SHOP fsyour&esi PROTECTION - Clayton Williams General Insnrance Aulo Loans 302 E. 3rd Dial 591 DR. ALICE E. WILMOT Chiropractor Vapor Bath, Massage, Diet and Electro-Therapy. One spinal adjustment FREE. 007 Elm — Phone 319 Registered Optometrists Expert examina- tion, lenses, repaired or duplicated. J. P. MAJORS, J. B. MAJORS Dr. C.H. Elliott CHIROPRACTOR & NATUROPATH Spinal adjustments, Diet, Massage and Electro-Therapy THE NATURAL WAY TO. HEALTH Texas Bank BIdg. Ros. Ph. 2754. Of. Ph. 2901 w INSURE With The Best "Best Protection at Low Cost" SWEETWATER LOCAL MUTUAL LIFE ASSN. Sweetwater, Texas AUTO HEATER 220 W. Bdwy. F...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

SUNDAY, JANUARY 8, 1939 i in Wj lijiil ii i I III. . . , ' . ■ * 1 - 1 1 ■ ~ gressional Qroups WillStudy Secret Report By Lindbergh Air Force Strength Told By Lone Eagle Germany's Fleet Has Nearly 10,000 First Line Fighting Planes WASHINGTON — (UP) — A secret report by Col. Char- les A. Lindbergh on Germany's civil and military air strength will be studied by congressional committees in connection with President Roosevelt's forthcom- ing national defense message. Lindbergh reportedly has ad- vised this government. Germany now is supreme in military air power and soon may challenge the United States' dominance in the manufacture of commercial transport planes because of highly-developed mas* produc- tion methods. Military aspects of the secret memorandum — existence of which has been denied by state, navy and army officials and Mr. Roosevelt—is expected to pro- vide a powerful argument for presentation before congression- al committees which \ti!l study the chief executive's future r...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

f* LAUNDRY SECTION KlIiSwnHffi* SiwPHPHBPPr SECTION II mm _E vi TP6** • 1 fefM ATER iPf/ -- f.-.'tw.- SECTION II LAUNDRY SECTION volume xu sweetwater, texas, sunday, JANUARY 8, j 939 NUMBER 226 met Sa am- land 1 arc laid# palls re- can- enri* alay Iheir l>und ltol- our frfile-t suld ided fistic Sweetwater Laundry Doors To Formally Open On Monday C* R. Simmons Has Successful Career As Laundry Executive i) — |s oft lfed- Jera- fcants in then fcarti- Inoin- I'eral lown la tors I their In to |neet- thc ■peak- P > |l out- for 0> I'ough oduce Uc . He .. 7c 4c -• ] week (tellers tellers 6.50 0.251 > Iminal; ■Steers lo 9.50 Is 3 to i > the 7 to EOl/S DLOfi d ji 9 irm" C. R. Simmons, who just re- cently moved his Sweetwater Laundry into one of the most modern plants in the state as the climax of a successful career of thirty-two years in the laun- dry business, was born in Round Rock, Williamson county, Tex- as. His father was D. P. Simmons and his mother whose maiden name was...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

Hill I E aHR SWEETWATER REI SW! TEXAS wm Wmi. .-■■ ;■ - : —- SUNDAV MNW«* a, 1939 NOW—A GREATER LAUN .-, ,v Psfe®# BATTERY OF ROTATING WASHERS Here is a view of the washroom, equipped with modern washers of various types and sizes to accommodate the par- ticular type of work it is adapted for. These machines rotate backward and forward sending soft sudsy water through the fibre of the fabric and thoroughly cleaning your clothes and linen. The washing action is so gentle that it will not harm the finest fabric. MODERN LAUNDRY SUPPUES ALL TYPES OF SERVICE TO MEET CUSTOMERS' NEEDS The SwM'tv.'j! quirement it can by this modern I Iry supplies any type of service demanded by its patrons. No matter what the re- h!:- riuni'ry. Housewives -.viil be amazed at the low cost of the weekly wash done fori of laundry services are available, such as Rough Dry, Damp Wash, it!'. ! fnrnii 'lies. We inviie your investigation today. % m mm 1 v i MAMMOTH FLATWORK IRONER This is Dm ••• tin' . : - 1 - in o...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

, JANUARY 8, 1939 SWl^ffATER REPORTER, SWEETWATER, TEXAS mmm '4 Of lie ?d lis n- « is Y FOR SWEETWATER 'Home of k LAUNDRY CO. \ND FIRST STREETS MSIT THE LAUNDRY THIS WEEK We will hold open house the coming week and the general public is extend- d a cordial invitation to visit our new home. We would be particularly glad io have you come the fore part of the week as this would afford us the best op- K'tunity of showing you the many di fferent processes in modern laundering ^ n full swing. However come when ever it is convenient for yourself, you will ve Ifind a friendly welcome and we will do all we can to make your visit inter- • listing and worthwhile. N INSTITUTION SWEETWATER AND VICINITY E OF LAUNDRY SERVICE • • Jpreseifc the latest developments of Laundry science as worked out by rid plait have been incorporated the ideas provided by a lifetime of (new- lleitf we have striven to provide equipment and facilities that Ion. Jniroved and better service to our customers has been our c...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

rvr * $§'$ "*%* f friii';;"'. ' 1/ SBBSraroi -ra®W 'v HSS i 1W n rap r>. lp ft' WE TAWfc PLBASUKK IN KCTWfMNG TO C. R. Simmons • ^ Our Best Wishes FOR CONTINUED SUCCESS ON THE OPENING OP THE* NEW Sweetwater Laundry D. A. CLARK INSURANCE Best Wishes To C. R. Simmons And The Sweetwater Laundry TEXAS BANK & TRUST CO. Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. We Congratulate - C. R. Simmons On His New Home For The Sweetwater Laundry And Wish Him Continued Success Mammcth Food Store of West Texas SAM LELAND GLASS Congratulations To C. R. Simmons And The Sweetwater Laundry Best Wishes For Continued Success Shook Tire Co. LEO NUNN, Mgr. With Modern Plant To Serve City U. S. Air Base In Puerto Rico Believed Near Navy Is Prepared To Spend Four Millions On Site At San Juan WASHINGTON — (UP) — The establishment of a United States air base in Puerto Rico, now regarded by naval observ- ers as a virtual certainty, will go far toward making this coun- try's control of the Caribbean "airtight,"...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

COMIC SECTION . SWEETWATER, TEXAS COMIC SECTION SUNDAY. JANUARY 8. 1939 ! TV } by Edgar Rice Burroughs Copr 111#. Kd«ar R>r* Burraufhs. Inf —Tm Rtg U H Pit. Off Produced bv Psmnut Book* and Plavs Distributed by UNITED FEATURE SYNDICATE, Inc. MZAN'J MISFORTUNE MARSAPA WAS ENRAGED ECf LINPA'J FASCINATED RE5I0NSE TO TARIAN'5 GAZE. OFTEN HE HAD JOUGNT HER FAVOR, WITHOUT JUCCE5I ^ . AND NOW .SHE JEEMED yfW < CAPTIVATED' K THE BEAST-MAN It mm HIS FIRST IMPULSE WAS TO KILL THE CREATURE BUT 6REED OUTWEIGHED HIS JEALOU-SV. THIS .SPECIMEN OF THE 'MISSING LINK" WAS WORTH 5100,000 ALIVE! .SUDDENLY, MARSADA HAD AN INSPIRATION. HE'D USE THE GIRL AS "BAIT" ID LURE THE TREE-MAN. HE .SIGNALED HIS COHORTS 6ACK, AND THE WAY JEEMED CLEAR F0RTARZAN. % THE ENTRANCED GIRL NOTICED NOTHING, BUT TARZAN PERCEIVED MARSADA'5 AIM. THE APE-MAN TURNED, TO JWIN6 UPWARD. WARSAW FEARED HE WOULD ESCAPE ENTIRELY. EVEN DEAD, THE ^MISSING LINK"WAS WORTH A FORTUNE.'MARSAPA JERKED RIFLE TO JH0ULDE1V 4 A .SHOT RANG OU...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

mm if y*m. «K ' i • ' ■■':■ - ■'•■ v ... .tk&' Sw^S"* OFF THE RECORD h ED REED "Tht Three Bret" |/^ 4 f k j "Wilbur's always trying to go me one better in front of the fliHil" 2 "Sorry, Chief—but it's the only picture of him we could find!" % 3 Cniiynyfit, |!KSfl. R«.|fi cr j n<1 1 rilmnv •P «irr.it Hlitain Right-; I s it too late to cancel that order? "Boy! Is she near-sighted! There goes your rubber bone in the soup!" As long as you're getting off here, Joe, —why don't you offer her your seat?" • I • • I t • I t JANE ARDEN Reg- U. S Parent Office by Monte Barrett ajsd Bnssoli K Ross l-S jjakje kncws that" auce. furze "took the ^tdlejki plans to her hotel room— THEN' COOLDNT^ £ BE ROUND — no-amd l'vE to* mcally takeki the place afl&jrt/l e^ekl a moth couldn't 6e hidden here NOW.' this was her s5dom- any luck, tom ? that vanish less than an hour after. she enhered this room ■she was arf8ested wmn<?/ that may give us a clue— wtth the aid of a the wmns on the 1srb/eesed,...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

4, ■ •r- r|p■ <.>?•.'".v. .4"; com. cr-S /I A<bl v^cX®\y\v VvJV-'v^vT YES, SIR... IT WAS PART XdAD/1 REMEMBER NOW-- OF THE PLOT FOR WINS LOU/ L WE DECIDED WIRELESS TO CARRY NO RADIO ON A ANTENNAE MIGHT SPOIL THAT ANCIENT WINDJAMMER/J THE ILLUSION —ROUSE THOR'S SUSPICIONS- ^ THE SAN DlEfiO, l,^,D VJEMHE.R 6ua| l%OU \N FROM Wfc. ^£WMCOA5T IP f QUICK, LIEUTENANT/ CANT „ . , I MAKE IT ESTIMATE MIS POSITION ]ABOUT 26 DEGREES MOMENT— 7 15 MINUTES NORTH LATITUDE... 116 DEGREES AND 10 WEST.... THERE'S JUST ONE POSSIBLE MOVE— SEND A COUPLE OF DESTROYERS AT TOP SPEED TO „ WIN SLOWS RESCUE ^ lV \ j WiM mm THOR'S CAPTURE MEANS NOTHING, NOW/ WINSLOW'S SMIPMUST REACHED LATE f THE BAROMETER * GREAT GUNS, SKIPPER IT'S GONE HAYWIRE f WHEW/ (Copyright, (Tnult Mark THERE'S A BLAST COMING.// WE'LL STRIP SHIP TO THE BARE POLES AND HEAD INTO IT WITH OUR MOTOR...ALL HANDS ON DECK/ MEANTIME.. FAR TO TME SOUTH, IN THE PATH OF THE UNSEEN HURRICANE- _ NO. 151 FUSING UNCLE SAWS FLYING LEGIONS PLANS AR...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

" kSwr? ft- : • ;•...,- > ; •• \\V?w.-; i , Ty fp * " '' 1 * %' | ' 5 ' r OH, FORTH GOOD OL' W/S WHEW "THERE WAS SOME EXCITE MEMT/ 000S AND ENDS OF PREHISTORIC $ 150,000 IKJ SILVER. V/' WOULD HARDLV MORE THAW BUV OWE KAODERATELV EFFICIEWT BOMBlWG PLAkJE, VET . A SIMILAR. SUM MORE THAW SUFFICED THE GREEK THEM ISTCOLES TO BUILD A FLEET THAT ROUTED THE PERSIAWS AT SALAMIS (4A<\ B.C.), A BATTLE OF SUCH IMPORTANCE THAT IT SHAPED WORLD HISTORV. yfrC- ( o' %- PROOF THAT BRITONS WERE IKJ THE PERIOD OF TRANSITION FROM THE STOWE AGE TO THE BROWZ.E AGE,ONLY JSOO YEARS AGO, l5 CDWTAIWED IW RECEWT EXCAVATIONS IW THE OCKWEY ISLANDS. THE PETRIFIED FOREST NATIONAL MOWUMEWT OOWTAIKJS WOT JUST OWE "FOREST1; BUT SI*. • -rf ■ wst f*,-' 5 ** -" . - =s«d-> * ** -o GEE; GUZ.- MOW WELL, HOW YOU'RE TALKIN'/ BOUT A SWAPPY \ TJZOT OUT VOUR LITTLE GAME OF J OUTFIT AW' LE'S CHECKERS TO / GIT AT IT/ fjittmf HI, OOP/ 3AV, / MAW/ I SWEAR, GUZ. - HAVE VA BEEM I I WEVER HAVE SEEN DOIW' AWYTH/MG V-THIWGS SO ...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

HpiJ OUR BOARDING / ALWAYS GLA.D TO SMOW A CIRCUS MAtsi A. ROOM- ARE YOU BY CHANCE A PERFORMER? WOPE-*~l WAS HEAD ' DETECTIVE OKJ THE lookout FOR COKJPl DEUCE mew awd oyp artists THAT MAMC5 AROUKJD EVERY CIRCUS' / HAW.' WHILE X WAS MJ INSPECTOR AT SOOTLAUP YARD,1 RAW TO EARTH ALL MAMKJER OF ROGUES EGAD, -SO VERSED WAS T IKJ EVERY TRICK PULLED BY COWPIDEWCE MEK1 THAT X WAS KWOWKJ . AS ^FOOLPROOF " HOOPLE/^AFF': KAFP; WELL, WELL / I'M (3LAD "TO V KSJOW YOU,INSPECTOR—^ £>AY, HERE'S A TRICK THAT TRIMMED MAMY A CUSTOMER The past summer^ have You cHAwae- POR THIS FlPTY-DOLLAR BU.L? t-v & THAT MUST BE THE TAVl MAM WITH MY BA66A6E t WOT ME/ 5UODY/ * The smallest X HAVE IS A^SO BILL~~CAKJ YOU CHAKJGE IT? LETfe SEe/ SAY, LANDLORD, CAKJ YOU LET ME HAVE THIS TWEMTV TO PAY THE TAXI AWD STORAGE OKJ THE REST OP MY LUGGAGE ? HE CANT CHAUGE THiS $sof CERTAISJLY/ GLAD TO HELP OUTA BROTHER - T£OUPER/J | Ml MAJOR HOOPLE HERE, THAT ■£Z0 IW CHAM6E WILL DO THE TRICK my word/the mam has momey MATT 3...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

r why. op course you can i but \ AWj I "DON'T THINK 1 GOT A CHANCE,.. but WAIT JUST A MINUTE. ELL ASK MA 1 don't suppose 1 cam oo skxtivt just because 1 fell through the ice last time, huhj how about goin skating willis? th' pokics frozen solid lillian will go with mx) to see that hcu don't fm.l through w again //£-*a ii wr' . ■. •v (\\s\v\v\\n\\vv u £§>: Vnws'Xi mam.wr.crr. y arw>ll>am5 surej tll help vou ..then we'll play crack the. whip youtee telliw' me.' but i got a hunch shb won't stay long' lace them tight. then vou can help me skate. this is the first time rve been on the ice ftm this year ma i'll be ready minute aw, per gosh sakes, f lillian ma; none of the goin' home/ always other kids hafta take their sisters skatin' with I 111 I ^ ir m wo j P w Iffllmiilt l-i" 5ssjt what's this *i crack the whip mv stuff, anvway ? ihi srasfeafi® why oldn t vou hang on to me?/ i did: thats the trouble! hand wait / * J—Vft',11, UATO.'.I- mice goiw,lil! a perfect one point landing/...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

i ^r*¥:y~:Ki ' ■ ■ . • t • • • • • • • • • • • j • JOE PALOOKA (T) 1939 McNaugM Syndicate. Inc. By HAM FISHER v boolp V,', u6hh ahem — delightful repast. ■H BRRP5K BY vTOVE —I'VE forgotten my wallet - i say — re Allv — how silly—but of course it's ahem---a common occurrence x should say. oh sure MR SHORR.' T <*C m v?! -X s\ are ya gonna pav or do va wanta wash dishes for a week my dear man--you don't know who x am ---x am hon. Victor weidebottom — my card sir—x shall send you a check—good day si r„ A ,&■ U 'xxust a minute—the kitchen's thus way// mm m BRRFSK— BY vTOVE SIR--PROBABLY YOU WOULD BE SATISFIED IF THIS PETTY ITEM WERE VOUCHED FOR-- ( C r R. X) \v ^by knobby walsh. he's my dearest friend.vou may charge it to him. good day sir. WAIT A MINUTE. WALSH'S CREDIT IS GOOD^-BUT X WANT IT IN 'PERSON FROM kWALSH fcOr x want to speak to mr. walsh. this is mr. walsh i'm tellin' va this is him/ va called my number didn't yas* x gotta be sure it's mr. walsh. X GOTTA V£ this is BE S...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — Sweetwater Reporter — 8 January 1939

. J&tW's raiSs#'***' KIPS By R. Pirka STUDYING! PY (SOLLY IP T DIDN'T SEE I V/OULDN'T BELIEF.* DER BOYS?-OH DEY MTP/IXSNA YOU HAFF VENT NATURE #Y0^ STtinVIKIA* III* AKIfUtlV) ^ ^cAN? V (MAS) 0ARLIN6. HOP FR06S ISS CHUjr LIKE BOIDS OXCEPT MIT- OUDT FEDDERS OERBOYSf-OMDEV VOT \ l "UN]) FURDER MORE DER - -)( A KANGAROOM UNO 0 r > A MACAROOM ISb A TISH OF A DIFFERENT COLOR f' STUDYING? UL' ANCHEL5: IBETCHA A KNI661E I DONT iiiiaiaiiiiiiiaiiiaiiiiiiiaiai QUIET PLEASE! DOT SETTLED na: HOME CHAMES? FOUR OF EM .• IT COULDN'T)/ MIGHTBE BE POSSIBLE! r-'C IT'S SUMTING DO VOU SEE V/OT I SEE INSPECTOR? TWO UND TWO? E^ShuiiSrS 1 ■ ■ ■-■j.k.j ■ "home quick der doctor ma- ma ,ve got der FEEL BETTER GENTS? X mister tritz meet mister hans? t&st mister hans meet DOUBLES^/~7 ON DER LEFEL. -TWO HAN5ES ahem: 1£& s mister g-. -■ ' ;v, und two ... tritzes! V *S>N^? C «.'J 1 /rr~l Ifccvn, arfvo oCoaMtr caAM/^au UfaTSO ' - 8 th* DETEfTlVE fHURRX DOCTOR uJATSo! My BETROTHED; PERCY V PALETTE....

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